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Heian-Period Chronicles (Old Diaries, Historical Documents)

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Database in kundoku (“Japanese” or explanatory reading) of the full texts of diaries and other old records from the middle part of the Heian period. Now available (as of January 2024) are the following:
Hachijō Shikibukyō Shiki (diary of Prince Motoyasu);
Uda tennō gyoki (diary of Emperor Uda);
Daigo tennō gyoki (diary of Emperor Daigo);
Teishin kōki (diary of Fujiwara no Tadahira);
Seishin kōki (diary of Fujiwara no Saneyori);
Rihōō ki (diary of Prince Shigeakira);
Gosan buruiki (unknown editor);
Taikō gyoki (diary of Fujiwara no Onshi);
Kyūreki (diary of Fujiwara no Morosuke);
Koichijō sadaijin ki (dairy of Fujiwara no Moromasa);
Shamon Chūzōki (diary of shamon Chūzō);
Motokata kyōki (diary of Fujiwara no Motokata);
Nobumitsu ki (diary of Minamoto no Nobumitsu) ;
Chūgi kōki (diary of Fujiwara no Kanemichi) ;
Chikanobu kyōki (diary of Taira no Chikanobu);
Naritokiki (diary of Fujiwara no Naritoki);
Fujiwara no Nobutakaki (diary of Fujiwara no Nobutaka);
Shōki mokuroku (unknown editor);
Shōyūki (diary of Fujiwara no Sanesuke);
Hōjūji Shōkoku ki (diary of Fujiwara no Tamemitsu) ;
Gonki (diary of Fujiwara no Yukinari);
Nobutsune ki (diary of Fujiwara no Nobutsune);
Sōga ki (diary of Koremune no Masasuke);
Midō Kanpakuki (diary of Fujiwara no Michinaga);
Ichijō tennō gyoki (diary of Emperor Ichijō);
Sakeiki (diary of Minamoto no Tsuneyori.);
Shunki (diary of Fujiwara no Sukefusa) ;
Ujidono Gyoki (diary of Fujiwara no Yorimichi);
Doyūki (Minamoto no Morofusa);
Nitōki (diary of Fujiwara no Norimichi);
Munekane ki (unknown author);
Gosuzaku tennō gyoki (diary of Emperor Gosuzaku);
Uji Kanpaku Kōyasan Gosankeiki (diary of Taira no Norikuni);
Sadaie Asonki (diary of Taira no Sadaie);
Sukenakaki (diary of Fujiwara no Sukenaka)
Morohiraki (diary of Nakahara no Morohira)
Morozane kōki (diary of Fujiwara no Morozane);
Gosanjō tennō gyoki (diary of Emperor Gosanjō);
Kanji ninenki (unknown author);
Suenaka kyōki (diary of Fujiwara no Suenaka);
Takashina no Naka-akiraki (diary of Takashina no Naka-akira);
Kiyohara no Shigenoriki (diary of Kiyohara no Shigenori).
This is scheduled to be followed by Midō gyoki shō and Murakami tennō gyoki.
A digital reproduction of the Saikyūshō, a hand-written copy of the Heian book of rites Saikyūki, which contains numerous fragments of ancient records such as the Daigo tennō gyoki, Rihō ōki, and Kyūreki, is currently available.

This database is a part of research results supported by JSPS KAKENHI Grant Number JP18K00947 and 21K00864.

Data Count:29,872 items (As of January 2024)

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