January 1952: premiere at the Shimbashi Embuj˘ of Hagiwara Yukio's Kiyomoto-based d˘j˘jimono "Yuki no D˘j˘ji";
the music was written by Kiyomoto Eijir˘ III and the choreography was made by Fujima Kanjűr˘ VI; it is staged with a Kiyomoto ensemble led by Kiyomoto Enjudayű VI and the following casting:
August 1953: revival of Chikamatsu Monzaemon I's masterpiece "Sonezaki Shinjű" at the Shimbashi Embuj˘, based on a new script written by Uno Nobuo
and staged with the following casting:
January 1954: revival at the Shimbashi Embuj˘ of the Nagauta-based dance "Taimen Hana no Harukoma",
which is titled "Ataru Toshi Iwau Harukoma" and staged with the following casting:
June 1971: revival at the Shimbashi Embuj˘ of the drama "Banshű Sarayashiki";
the roles of Asayama Tetsuzan and the koshimoto Okiku are played by Kataoka Takao and Band˘ Tamasabur˘.
June 1989: the drama "Kaidan Botan D˘r˘" using ďnishi Nobuyuki's script is staged for the first time with a full Kabuki casting, at the Shimbashi Embuj˘:
June 1991: premiere at the Shimbashi Embuj˘ of Hagiwara Yukio's dance-drama "Sakuragawa", which is staged with the following casting:
January 2008: revival at the Shimbashi Embuj˘ of "Narukami Fud˘ Kitayama Zakura",
which celebrates the 1070th anniversary of the Naritasan temple, where the Deity Fud˘ My˘˘ is worshipped,
and which is staged with the following casting:
September 2011: Nakamura Kash˘ III and his son Nakamura Tanetar˘ IV
take the names of Nakamura Matagor˘ III and Nakamura Kash˘ IV at the Shimbashi Embuj˘;
the new Nakamura Matagor˘ III plays the roles of Takebe Genz˘, Toyotomi Hideyori and Ume˘maru in "Terakoya", "Hototogisu Koj˘ no Rakugetsu" and "Kurumabiki" [more details].
February 2012: Nakamura Kantar˘ II takes the name of Nakamura Kankur˘ VI in T˘ky˘ at the Shimbashi Embuj˘,
playing the roles of the priest Chichű (in reality the spirit of the ground spider), Matsue and Yayoi (in reality the spirit of the Lion)
in "Tsuchi Gumo", "K˘chiyama" and "Kagami Jishi" [more details].