Starting from the Zn17Sc3 cubic approximant, new icosahedral quasicrystal was searched by substituting Zn by other metals, M, at the alloy composition of Zn75M10Sc15. In the cases of M = Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, Pd, Pt, Ag and Au, new P-type quasicrystals were discovered in as-cast alloys. In the cases of M = Fe, Co, Ni, Pd and Ag, the quasicrystals are thermodynamically stable at approximately 700 °C. This result indicates that use of an approximant crystal as a starting material is very efficient way to search new quasicrystal alloy, and many kinds of metals stabilize the quasicrystal structures; i.e. noble metals and transition elements including Mn, Fe, Co and Ni in addition to Mg. Taking the variety in base metals of Tsai-type approximants into account, this variety in additional components suggests many possibilities of undiscovered quasicrystals. The equality ofthe electron concentration, ela ≈ 2.1, in Hume-Rothery rule may be a guide to these quasicrystals.