“Takekurabe” is the first edition to seventh editons written by Santei-syunba, the eighth edition to tenth editions written by Machuzono-umehiko, and its publication time is confused. Therefore, as a result of bibliographically analyzing the four original texts using the preface and the signature as keywords, the following was found. The first, the period when the author confessed that he neglected creative activities “Gesaku” because of busyness at the end of the text of the fourth edition of “Takekurabe” published in 1842 was before 1839 when the first edition was published. And I guessed the busy reasons are edition of “Kyoka” and slapsticks involved in family business and divorce. Therefore, it is thought that divorced around 1838, and recovered around 1840. The second, it was estimated that the time of establishment of “Takekurabe” first edition to seventh edition was published around 1839 to 1844. In particular, I pointed out that the fourth edition was published after writing the preface in 1842, the sixth and seventh edition was published up to 1844, four years earlier than the common opinion and the ninth and tenth edition are not simultaneous publications. The third, the book which was rebuilt in conjunction with the release of 10th editions is in the collection of the University of Tokyo, and although it was crude by rearranging the preface, it was a text that can be seen the full text.