``Smoke is rising from a place on the edge of a field covered with snow-covered bamboo, where there are no traces of anyone walking. Ah, there are people living even in remote places like that.'' This is a song about the elegance of a hermit, which is unusual for Teika, but the song is based on the lewdness of the man himself, who is a Tokyoite and looks at the hermit's life with curiosity. However, if you live in the capital, the hermit who was mentioned in the poem must have lived in a leisurely manner, and even if no one came, he would still live.
``My hermitage is a world where only the capital lives, where mountains and people live.'' (Kisen Hoshi)
Learn the basics of waka poetry and try reciting it!
We are holding a "Utajuku" with the goal of learning from representative classical works and being able to compose traditional "Waka" on an individual basis!