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One poem by each of the hundred poets (1235 a.c.)



Bondarenko Ivan

The contents and structure of the poetic anthology by the Japanese poet Fudzivara Teyka are reflected by its name.

It consists of the best one hundred poems of one hundred Japanese poets that lived in the period since the second half of the VII century to the first third of the XIII century.  The exceptional popularity of this poetic collection among Japanese who known by heart the majority of the poems became even greater when on its basis a keen game «Uta-garuta»(«Poetic maps») was created.

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