List of Japanese-language poets

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Poets are listed alphabetically by surname (or by widely known name, such as a pen name, with multiple names for the same poet listed separately if both are notable). Small groups of poets and articles on families of poets are listed separately, below, as are haiku masters (also in the main list). Years link to the corresponding "[year] in poetry" article.

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See also

Notes

  1. ^ Claremont College: "Musashi, Flowers of Takada, ota Dokan and Yamabuki no koji" by Chikanobu Yoshu (woodblock print, 1884)
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