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Kinsei kijinden: Sei and Zoku

The digitized full text and prints of Kinsei kijinden. (Chinese characters in the old form have been replaced with present day equivalents. Characters and syllabary not in the JIS Code have been replaced with those having the same meaning and pronunciation.)

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(As of January 2002)


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