一首探究「袖ひぢてむすびし水のこほれるを春立つけふの風やとくらむ」(紀貫之)~貫之の名誉を回復する~

和歌の復興を成し遂げるうえで、どうしてもやらなければならない仕事がある。それは「紀貫之の名誉回復」だ。さかのぼれば定家にもみえる貫之批判だが、 むかし貫之、歌の心たくみに、言葉強く姿おもしろきさまを好みて、余情妖艶の体を...

一首探究「月やあらぬ春や昔の春ならぬわが身ひとつはもとの身にして」(在原業平)

「月やあらぬ春や昔の春ならぬわが身ひとつはもとの身にして」(在原業平) 業平を語る上でけっして欠かすことができない一首。古今集恋五の巻頭を飾り、伊勢物語の第四段にも載るこの歌には、長い詞書が添えられている。  昔、東の五...

Akane Utakai December 2021 “Fukunkoi” *Rated by judge

At the Reiwa Poetry Center, we aim to inherit ancient waka poetry and compile a collection of poems suitable for the Reiwa era. Excluding the songs that were included in the collection of twenty-three generations, we have collected excellent songs that have escaped the collection, just as a bird in the air escapes a net, and a fish living in water escapes a fishing hook...

Akane Utakai November 2020 “Ninkoi” *Rated by judge

At the Reiwa Poetry Center, we aim to inherit ancient waka poetry and compile a collection of poems suitable for the Reiwa era. Excluding the songs that were included in the collection of twenty-three generations, we have collected excellent songs that have escaped the collection, just as a bird in the air escapes a net, and a fish living in water escapes a fishing hook...

"Incandescent Classics Classroom" The sameness with us as seen in the desire for approval of the priest Kaneyoshi - A passionate discussion of Tsurezuregusa and Hojoki! ~

There is a reason why it has been read and passed down. We would like to introduce you to the ``Classical Classroom'' where you can enjoy reading and understanding medieval literature (Tsurezuregusa, Hojoki, and Tangisho). *Only the parts of my story have been excerpted ■Content of this time: Tsurezuregusa: 18th to 22nd stage Hojoki: Jodan (Rei...

Akane Utakai October 2020 “First Love” *Rated by judge

At the Reiwa Poetry Center, we aim to inherit ancient waka poetry and compile a collection of poems suitable for the Reiwa era. Excluding the songs that were included in the collection of twenty-three generations, we have collected excellent songs that have escaped the collection, just as a bird in the air escapes a net, and a fish living in water escapes a fishing hook...

Introducing all the waka poems about the harvest moon of mid-autumn. The source is the so-called ``Imperial Chosen Eight Dynasties Collection,'' compiled from the Heian to Kamakura periods. It provides an easy-to-understand explanation of the origin of the beauty of Nakaakizuki, the changes in the way it is chanted, and the points for appreciation. This is a saved version!

※歌塾ダイジェスト動画 和歌の型(基礎)を学び、詠んでみよう! 代表的な古典作品に学び、一人ひとりが伝統的「和歌」を詠めるようになることを目標とした「歌塾」開催中! 「歌塾」(オンライン) 季刊誌「和歌文芸」令和六年冬号...

Utajuku Monthly Poetry “Early Autumn” (August 2021) *Includes judge review

Utajuku is a school for learning ``modern classical Japanese poetry.'' We look up to the first imperial collection of Japanese poetry, the Kokin Wakashu, which is the epitome of Japanese beauty, and refine our studies every day. Once a month, we compose poems based on a specific theme. →"Uta School" for reciting waka The following poems will be performed at the August 2020 poetry session...

Utajuku Monthly Poetry “Late Summer” (July 2020) *Includes judge review

Utajuku is a school for learning ``modern classical Japanese poetry.'' We look up to the first imperial collection of Japanese poetry, the Kokin Wakashu, which is the epitome of Japanese beauty, and refine our studies every day. Once a month, we compose poems based on a specific theme. →"Uta School" for reciting waka Poems The following poems will be performed at the July 2020 poetry session...

“Engo” is a very important word that forms the foundation of what makes a waka poem a waka poem. We will introduce the basics of engo, how to distinguish them, and how to write them using song examples (Utajuku Digest Video)

和歌の型(基礎)を学び、詠んでみよう! 代表的な古典作品に学び、一人ひとりが伝統的「和歌」を詠めるようになることを目標とした「歌塾」開催中! 「歌塾」(オンライン) 季刊誌「和歌文芸」令和六年冬号(Amazonにて販売中...

Uta School Monthly Song Concert “Midsummer” (June 2021) *Includes judge review

Utajuku is a school for learning ``modern classical Japanese poetry.'' We look up to the first imperial collection of Japanese poetry, the Kokin Wakashu, which is the epitome of Japanese beauty, and refine our studies every day. Once a month, we compose poems based on a specific theme. → “Utajuku” for reciting waka Poems The following poems were performed at the June 2020 poetry session...

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