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In noh, jishidai (地次第) is a version of the shōdan called shidai.

Jishidai is a shidai sung by the jiutai chorus. It may occur at a climatic moment in the body of the text (e.g in the play Kinuta), or as a prelude to a kuri-sashi-kuse sequence, as in the plays Kakitsubata and Yamanba). The latter is an adaptation of an earlier performance type called kusemai, which was adapted into the noh structure by Kan'ami in the 14th century.