Comprised of several short stories, the play stages a man’s joy and difficulty of being a single parent through a conversation between father and son. Circulation begins with a dance ritual followed by an old lady’s telling of her experiences during the war；she cannot but express her joy to be able to perform on the stage at her age. The eleventh finger tells an old man’s memory of his childhood when playing with his grandson. Dancing describes the intimate and mimetic relationship between mother and daughter. The actors also use dance-like bodily movements as the story proceeds. The Bridal veil illustrates an old lady’s education during the Japanese colonial era when this old lady is combing her grand daughter’s hair. The play ends with a moment of symbolic attire donning¡Xthe old lady takes off her kimono and dresses the grand daughter with modern Western bridal gown；a moment expressing her expectations for later generations.