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Fujiwara no NobunariFujiwara no Nobunari
Period: Heian Period Occupation: – Family: Inpumon’in no Tayū (daughter) Birth: – Death: – Fujiwara no Nobunari Fujiwara no Nobunari (藤原 信成) was a member of the Fujiwara Clan. He is known to have been the father of Inpumon’in no Tayū.1 Footnotes 1. MacMillan, P. (2018) ”One Hundred Poets, One[...]
Inpumon’in no TayūInpumon’in no Tayū
Period: Heian Period / Kamakura Period Occupation: Waka Poet Family: Fujiwara no Nobunari (father) Birth: c.1130 Death: c.1200 Inpumon’in no Tayū Inpumon’in no Tayū (殷富門院大輔) was a Japanese poet and daughter to Fujiwara no Nobunari who lived from c.1130-c.1200. During her lifetime she served Princess Ryoshi. She was held in[...]
Fujiwara no TeikaFujiwara no Teika
Period: Heian Period / Kamakura Period Occupation: Waka Poet Family: Fujiwara no Shunzei (father) Priest Jakuren (brother-in-law) Birth: 1162AD Death: 1241AD Fujiwara no Teika Fujiwara no Teika, also known as Fujiwara no Sadaie (藤原 定家) was a member of the Fujiwara Clan living from 1162 to 1241. He was the son[...]
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[...]