Kyoka Gikyoku Jusshu (杏花戯曲十種)

Kyoka Gikyoku Jusshu refers to the eight specialty plays of Sadanji ICHIKAWA of Takashimaya (kabuki) selected by Sadanji ICHIKAWA the second. They were originally called Shoen Gikyoku Jisshu, but later they were given the present name derived from 'Kyoka,' Sadanji the second's Haimyo (the term originally refers to a pen name as a haiku poet, but it also refers to a kabuki actor's offstage name which can be used officially and privately).

All of them are works of Shin Kabuki, and six of them are written by Kido OKAMOTO.

Shuzenji Monogatari (The Tale of Shuzen-ji Temple) written by Kido OKAMOTO
Takatsuna SASAKI (kabuki) written by Kido OKAMOTO
Toribe yama shinju (Love-Suicides at Toribe-yama Mountain) written by Kido OKAMOTO
Ban-cho Sarayashiki (The Dish Mansion in Ban-cho) written by Kido OKAMOTO
Onoe Itahachi written by Kido OKAMOTO
Imayo satsuma uta (Imayo Satsuma Song) written by Onitaro OKA
Mongaku (kabuki) written by Shoyo MATSUI
Shinjuku Yawa (Evening stories happened in Shinjuku) written by Kido OKAMOTO