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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

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

Poem, Known as "Masu shikishi"

Poem, Known as "Masu shikishi"

Attributed to Fujiwara no Kozei (972-1027)

calligraphy/Heian/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Calligraphy for Plaque

Calligraphy for Plaque

Attributed to Fujiwara no Kozei (972-1027)

calligraphy/Heian/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Selected Poems of Bai Juyi

Selected Poems of Bai Juyi

By Fujiwara no Kōzei (972–1027)

calligraphy/Heian/National Treasure/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Segment of Izumi shikibu zokushu Poetry Anthology

Segment of Izumi shikibu zokushu Poetry Anthology

Attributed to Fujiwara no Kozei (972-1027)

calligraphy/Heian/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Poems, Known as Hari-gire Segment "Nami takaha"

Poems, Known as Hari-gire Segment "Nami takaha"

Attributed to Fujiwara no Kozei

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Tokyo National Museum

Segment of Kokin waka shu Poetry Anthology Known as "Araki gire"

Segment of Kokin waka shu Poetry Anthology Known as "Araki gire"

Attributed to Fujiwara no Kozei (972-1027)

calligraphy/Heian/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Kokin Wakashu Poetry Anthology, Gen'ei Version

Kokin Wakashu Poetry Anthology, Gen'ei Version

calligraphy/Heian/National Treasure/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Album of Kozei's Calligraphy on Papers of Five Colors

Album of Kozei's Calligraphy on Papers of Five Colors

Textiles/Edo/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

Part of the "Collection of Japanese and Chinese Poems to Sing" (One of the “Horinji Temple Fragments”)

Part of the "Collection of Japanese and Chinese Poems to Sing" (One of the “Horinji Temple Fragments”)

Attributed to Fujiwara no Kozei (972-1027)

calligraphy/Heian/High Resolution

Tokyo National Museum

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