- Japanese: 龍虎 (ryouko)
Ryôko (lit. "Dragon and Tiger") is a fifth-category (kiri Noh) Noh play. Meant to serve as the brief but exciting conclusion to a full program of Noh plays, it features a fight between a tiger and a dragon, supposedly taking place in a bamboo grove somewhere in China.
- Gallery labels, "Tsukioka Kôgyo: Selected works from the series 'One Hundred Noh Plays,'" Santa Barbara Museum of Art, February 2014.