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Detached Segment of Poems “Narihira-shū”, known as Ogata-gire

  • Attributed to Fujiwara no Kintō
  • Japan Heian period, 12th century
  • Hanging scroll; ink on decorated paper
  • h: 20.2cm w: 15.7cm
  • [00004]

This is one poem from the “Narihira-shū” poetry section that was separated during the Edo period from the Hongan-ji version of the ‘Anthology of Poems by Thirty-Six Poets‘. This section is known as an Ogata-gire or "Ogata fragment" because it was traditionally handed down in the Ogata family, which included the famous artist Ogata Kōrin.

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