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Narrative Picture Scroll of the Chronicle of the Heiji Civil War: The Removal of the Imperial Family to Rokuhara

Narrative Picture Scroll of the Chronicle of the Heiji Civil War: The Removal of the Imperial Family to Rokuhara

Paintings/Kamakura/National Treasure/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Segment from a Poetry Anthology Known as "Akihagi-Jo"

Segment from a Poetry Anthology Known as "Akihagi-Jo"

Attributed to Ono no Tofu

calligraphy/Heian/National Treasure/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Part of the [Collected Poems of Lady Ise] (One of the “Ishiyama Temple Fragments”)

Part of the [Collected Poems of Lady Ise] (One of the “Ishiyama Temple Fragments”)

Attributed to Fujiwara no Kintō (966–1041)

calligraphy/Heian/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Part of Volume 1 of the [Collection of Japanese and Chinese Poems to Sing] (One of the "Hisamatsu Clan Fragments")

Part of Volume 1 of the [Collection of Japanese and Chinese Poems to Sing] (One of the "Hisamatsu Clan Fragments")

Attributed to Fujiwara no Kōzei (972–1027)

calligraphy/Heian/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Horyu-ji Kenmotsucho (Record of the Imperial Bequest to Horyu-ji)

Horyu-ji Kenmotsucho (Record of the Imperial Bequest to Horyu-ji)

Nara/National Treasure/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Segment of "Collection of Japanese Poems Ancient and Modern", Beginning of vol. 4; known as "Suji gire"

Segment of "Collection of Japanese Poems Ancient and Modern", Beginning of vol. 4; known as "Suji gire"

Attributed to Fujiwara no Sari (944-98)

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Tokyo National Museum

Segment of Anthology of Poems Composed by Fujiwara no Atsutada

Segment of Anthology of Poems Composed by Fujiwara no Atsutada

Attributed to Fujiwara no Kozei (972-1027)

calligraphy/Heian

Tokyo National Museum

Detached Segment of an Album of Poems from "The Tale of Sagoromo", Known as “Himeji gire”

Detached Segment of an Album of Poems from "The Tale of Sagoromo", Known as “Himeji gire”

Attributed to Fujiwara no Tameie (1197-1275)

calligraphy/Kamakura/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Portrait of Fujiwara Morinao

Portrait of Fujiwara Morinao

Inscription by Genchu Zuishu dated 1515

Paintings/Muromachi/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Private Records

Private Records

By Fujiwara no Teika (1162 - 1241)

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Tokyo National Museum

Segment of "Man'yo shu" Poetry Anthology, Tenji Version

Segment of "Man'yo shu" Poetry Anthology, Tenji Version

Attributed to Fujiwara no Mototoshi (1056-1142)

calligraphy/Heian/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Shuisho Poetry Anthology, Segment "hito shirenu"

Shuisho Poetry Anthology, Segment "hito shirenu"

Attributed to Fujiwara no Kinto

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Tokyo National Museum

Detached Segment of Anthology of Poems Composed by Fujiwara no Kanesuke	, Known as ”Meika kashu gire”

Detached Segment of Anthology of Poems Composed by Fujiwara no Kanesuke , Known as ”Meika kashu gire”

Attributed to Ki no Tsurayuki

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Tokyo National Museum

Part of the "Collection of Myriad Leaves" (Indigo-Paper Version)

Part of the "Collection of Myriad Leaves" (Indigo-Paper Version)

By Fujiwara no Korefusa (1030–69)

calligraphy/Heian/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Poem, Known as "Masu shikishi"

Poem, Known as "Masu shikishi"

Attributed to Fujiwara no Kozei (972-1027)

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Tokyo National Museum

Calligraphy for Plaque

Calligraphy for Plaque

Attributed to Fujiwara no Kozei (972-1027)

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Tokyo National Museum

Portraits of Thirty-six Immortal Poets, Gotobain Version: Fujiwara no Motozane (Copy)

Portraits of Thirty-six Immortal Poets, Gotobain Version: Fujiwara no Motozane (Copy)

Copied by Kano Seisen'in (Osanobu)

Paintings/Edo/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Poem, Named "Ogura Shikishi"

Poem, Named "Ogura Shikishi"

By Fujiwara no Teika (1162–1241)

calligraphy/Kamakura/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Words of Prayer by the Wife of Saionji Saneuji

Words of Prayer by the Wife of Saionji Saneuji

Attributed to Sesonji Tsunetada

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Tokyo National Museum

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