The Komosō & Fuke-komosō Written Sources
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1486 - ŌUCHI UJI OKITEGAKI
"Recorded Commandments of the Ōuchi Clan" (anonymous)
1494 - SANJŌNIBAN SHOKUNIN UTA-AWASE EMAKI
"Picture Scroll Depicting a Poetry Contest on Thirty-two Professions"
1550-1560 - KUROMOTO-BON SETSUYŌSHŪ
"Kuromoto Edition of the Setsuyōshū" (late medieval Sino-Japanese character dictionary)
1614 - KEICHŌ KEMMONSHŪ
"Anthology of Observations/Seen & Heard During the Keichō Period"
(by Miura Jōshin)
1621 - TSUREZUREGUSA NOZUCHI
"Excursions in the Tsurezuregusa"
(by Hayashi Razan, commenting on Yoshida Kenkō's 14th century work)
1623 - SEISUISHŌ
"Laughs to Wake You Up" (by Anrakuan Sakuden)
1620s? - HAIKAI EMAKI
Title translated as either:
"Picture Scrolls of Poetry" or "Picture Scrolls Wandering About"
(anonymous, newly presented bu Izumi, 2012 & 2016)
Consists of two scrolls: Text scroll and picture scroll
1628 - KAIDŌ HONSOKU
"Basic Regulations for the Coastal Highways" (anonymous)