|SHITENNď YAGURA NO ISHIZUE|
|Play title||Shitenn˘ Yagura no Ishizue
Aru Toki-ha Koi no Omoni
Yotsu no Tami Tsuzuku Nishikie
The Four Guardians and the Foundation Stone of the Drum Tower 
|Author||Fukumori Kyűsuke I, Katsu Hy˘z˘ I |
Katsu Hy˘z˘ I's kaomise drama "Shitenn˘ Yagura no Ishizue" was premiered in the 11th lunar month of 1810  at the Ichimuraza [casting]. Three dance-drama were staged within this kaomise program: the Nagauta-based dance "Yuki Akari", the Tokiwazu-based dance "Aru Toki-ha Koi no Omoni" and the Nagauta-based dance "Yotsu no Tami Tsuzuku Nishikie".
 Sh˘riya Aragor˘'s awkward translation: the four guardians (shitenn˘) and the foudation stone (ishizue) of the drum tower (yagura).
 The others sakusha were Sakurada Jisuke II, Shimizu Sh˘shichi I, Tsuchii Hy˘shichi I, Katsuura Shűz˘, Narita Yasuke, Kameyama Tamesuke, Tana S˘hachi I and Iozaki Kyűsuke.
 The opening day was the 3rd day of the 11th lunar month of the 7th year of the Bunka era, which was the 29th of November 1810 in the western calendar.
Matsumoto K˘shir˘ V (top/right) and Band˘ Mitsugor˘ III (bottom/left) playing the roles of S˘ma Tar˘ Yoshikado and Watanabe Genji Tsuna in the kaomise drama "Shitenn˘ Yagura no Ishizue", which was staged in the 11th lunar month of 1810 at the Ichimuraza (print made by Utagawa Toyokuni III)
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