似雲 (じうん, Kanbun January 2, 13 (February 18, 1673) - age of an emperor July 8, 3 (August 6, 1753)) is a Buddhist priest, a poet of the Jodo Shin sect of Buddhism of the middle of Edo era. The family name of a priest is Kawamura. The popular name is luxurious golden mansion Kichiemon. The native place of the Aki country.
Brief career history
I become a priest (Hoei era six years) at the House of Jodo Shin sect of Buddhism light of Miyajima, Aki in 1709, and the Buddhist name called itself 如雲 at the start, but checks it later in 似雲 (or the cherry tree which I liked of the westing). I visit the capital (Hoei era seven years) in 1710, the following day and learn art of tanka poetry from Sanekage Mushanokoji of the court noble and write down the essay on tanka poetry of the true shade and wear it with "a collection of book of poetry ten". There was friendship and was close to a court noble and the royalty through the true shade of the court noble with 一乗院宮尊賞親王 which was a poet in particular.
I love the westing which is the song monk which is in the latter half of the Heian era and, visiting the countries, find that there is a westing mound in the Hirokawa temple of the Kawachi country and erect the westing temple. In addition, 似雲 is buried in the Hirokawa temple as well as westing, too.
In a songbook with "do it ordinary grass" .
- ^ "I assume it 似雲法師 ordinary grass" Shinkichi Dobashi, Hirokawa temple co-edited book, bookshop, 1943 of the whole country.
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