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Fujiwara no MasatsuneFujiwara no Masatsune
Period: Kamakura Period Occupation: Poet Family: Birth: 1170 Death: 1221 Fujiwara no Masatsune Fujiwara no Masatsune (藤原 雅経) was a member of the Fujiwara Clan and founder of the Asukai Family. He lived from 1170-1221. In his time he was a prolific kemari player1 and was the founder of the[...]
Thirty Six Poetic Geniuses of the Late Classical PeriodThirty Six Poetic Geniuses of the Late Classical Period
See also: Six Poetic Geniuses, 36 Poetic Geniuses, 36 Women Poetic Geniuses Thirty Six Poetic Geniuses of the Late Classical Period The Thirty Six Poetic Geniuses of the Late Classical Period (Chūko Sanjūrokkasen – 中古三十六歌仙) were a compilation of 36 esteemed poets compiled by Fujiwara no Norikane. The list of[...]
Yoryūdo The Yoryūdo (寄人 – Dependant People) is a role which can be applied both to scribes and laborers depending on the period. In term of farmers and laborers it applies from the 10th to 13th Centuries for those who offered their services to estates that they did not belong[...]
See also: Six Poetic Geniuses, Thirty Six Women Poetic Geniuses, Thirty Six Poetic Geniuses, Thirty-Six Poetic Geniuses of the Late Classical Period Poets This page serves as a list page for all the poets we have gathered on our website. They are ordered by the period in which they lived[...]