List of Japanese classic texts


List of Japanese classic texts

This is a list of Japanese classic texts. These classical works of Japanese literature are grouped by genres in a chronological order.

Contents

Genres

Buddhism

Confucianism and philosophy

  • Go Rin no Sho 1645
  • Fudōchi Shinmyōroku (unknown)
  • Rongo Shitsuchu (1600)
  • Okina Mondō (1641)
  • Daigaku Kuwakumon (1655-1658)
  • Seikyo Yoroku (1665)
  • Shugi Washo (1673)
  • Gomo Jiki (1683)
  • Banmin Tokuyo (early 16th century)
  • Santokushō (early 16th century)
  • Dojimon (1704)
  • Shugi Gaisho (1709)
  • Rongo Kogi (1712)
  • Yojokun (1713)
  • Seiyō Kibun (1715)
  • Bendo (1717)
  • Benmei (1717)
  • Oritaku Shiba no Ki (started on 1716), finished before the writer's death on 1725)
  • Seidan (written between 1716-1736)
  • Tohi Mondo (1739)
  • Shutsujo Kougo (1744)
  • Shizen Shineido (partially published between 1751-1764)
  • Kokuiko (1765)
  • Naobinomitama (1771)
  • Gengo (1775)
  • Sobo Kigen (1788)
  • Uiyamabumi (1799)
  • Shutsujo Shogo (1811)
  • Rangaku Kotohajime [1] (1814)
  • Kyukeidan (1815)
  • Yume no Shiro (1820)
  • Kodo Taii (1824)
  • Tsugi (completed on 1832, published on 1847)
  • Senshin Dosakki (1833)
  • Kyuo Dowa (1835)
  • Jurinhyo (1836)
  • Genshi Shiroku
    • Genshiroku (1824)
    • Genshi Koroku (1838)
    • Genshi Banroku (1850)
    • Genshi Tetsuroku (1852)
  • Komo Yowa (1855)
  • Ugen (1855)
  • Bimiyu Genko (mid 19th century)
  • Ninomiyaou Yowa (late 19th century)

Diary

  • Nittō Guhō Junreikōki (836-847)
  • Kanpyō Gyoki (887-897), written by Emperor Uda
  • Teishin Kōki (908-948), written by Fujiwara no Tadahira
  • Tosa Nikki (c. 935), written by Ki no Tsurayuki
  • Kagerō Nikki (c. 974)
  • Midō Kampakuki (998-1021), written by Fujiwara no Michinaga
  • Gonki (991-1017), written by Fujiwara no Yukinari
  • Shōyūki (982-1032), written by Fujiwara no Sanesuke
  • Izumi Shikibu Nikki (1008), written by Izumi Shikibu
  • Murasaki Shikibu Nikki (The Murasaki Shikibu Diary) (1008-10)
  • Sarashina Nikki (1020-59)
  • Shunki (1038-54), written by Fujiwara no Sukefusa
  • Tokinoriki (1075-1108), written by Taira no Tokinori
  • Gonijō Moromichi-ki (1083-99), written by Fujiwara no Moromichi
  • Chūyūki (1087-1132), written by Fujiwara no Munetada
  • Heihanki (1132-71), written by Taira no Nobunori
  • Taiki (1136-55), written by Fujiwara no Yorinaga
  • Gyokuyō (1164-1200), written by Fujiwara no Kanezane
  • Meigetsuki (1180-1235), written by Fujiwara no Teika
  • Heikoki (1196-1246), written by Taira no Tsunetaka
  • Sanuki no Suke Nikki, written by Fujiwara no Chōshi
  • Towazugatari (1271-1306), written by Go-Fukakusa In no Nijō
  • Izayoi Nikki (c. 1283), written by Abutsuni
  • Nakatsukasa no Naishi Nikki (1280-92), written by Fujiwara no Tsuneko
  • Entairyaku (1311-60), written by Tōin Kinkata
  • Hanazono Tennō Shinki (1310-32), written by Emperor Hanazono
  • Kanmon Nikki (1416-48), written by Prince Sadafusa
  • Sakkaiki (1418-48), written by Nakayama Sadachika
  • Chikamoto Nikki (1465-86), written by Ninagawa Chikamoto
  • Tokikuni Kyōki (1474-1502), written by Yamashina Tokikuni
  • Sanetaka Kōki (1474-1536), written by Sanjōnishi Sanetaka
  • Nobutane Kyōki (1480-1522), written by Nakamikado Nobutane
  • Tokitsugu Kyōki (1527-76), written by Yamashina Tokitsugu
  • Uwai Kakuken Nikki (1574-86), written by Uwai Satokane
  • Tokitsune Kyōki (1576-1608), written by Yamashina Tokitsune
  • Tamonnin Nikki (1478-1618), written by Eishun and others
  • Honkō Kokushi Nikki (1610-33), written by Ishin Sūden

Dictionary, Encyclopedia

Fable and novel

  • Suigakuki (late Nara period)
  • Nihon Ryōiki (810-824)
  • Yamato Monogatari (956)
  • Sanpō Ekotoba (984)
  • Nihon Ōjō Gokurakuki (985-986)
  • Taketori Monogatari (early 10th century)
  • Utsubo Monogatari (c. 989)
  • Genji Monogatari (c. 1008)
  • Honchō Hokke Genki (1040)
  • Ise Monogatari (early Heian period)
  • Hamamatsu Chūnagon Monogatari (late Heian period, late 11th century)
  • Kohon Setsuwashū (late Heian period)
  • Sagoromo Monogatari (late Heian period)
  • Torikaebaya Monogatari (late Heian period)
  • Yoru no Nezame (late Heian period)
  • Heichū Monogatari (Heian period)
  • Honchō Shinsenden (Heian Period)
  • Ochikubo Monogatari (Heian period)
  • Godansho (1104-1108)
  • Uchigikishū (1134?)
  • Matsuuramiya Monogatari (1193?)
  • Konjaku Monogatarishū (early 12th century)
  • Tsutsumi Chūnagon Monogatari (late 12th century)
  • Hobutsushu (early Kamakura period)
  • Hosshinshū (early Kamakura period)
  • Sumiyoshi Monogatari (early Kamakura period)
  • Takamura Monogatari (late Heian to early Kamakura period)
  • Uji Shūi Monogatari (early Kamakura period, early 13th century)
  • Ima Monogatari (mid Kamakura period, after 1239)
  • Towazugatari (late Kamakura period)
  • Iwashimizu Monogatari (Kamakura period)
  • Koke no Koromo (Kamakura period)
  • Senjoshū (Kamakura period)
  • Jikkunshō (1252)
  • Kokin Chomonjo (1254)
  • Shasekishū (1283)
  • Otogizōshi (collected from Muromachi to Edo period)
  • Kazashi no Himegimi (Muromachi period)
  • Seisuishō (1628)
  • Isoho Monogatari (Azuchi Momoyama period)
  • Ugetu Monogatari (1776)
  • Ukiyoburo (1809-1813)
  • Tōkaidōchū Hizakurige (1802-1814)

Go, Shogi

  • Igoshiki (1199)
  • Shōgi Zushiki (1636), written by Ōhashi Sōko
  • Sho Shōgi Zushiki (1694)
  • Shōgi Rokushu no Zushiki (unknown)
  • Igo Hastuyōron (1713)
  • Shogi Kenshoku (1804)

History

Mathematics, science

  • Ishinpō (984)
  • Jinkōki (1627)
  • Katsuyo Sanpo (mid Edo period)
  • Kenkon Bensetsu (mid Edo period)
  • Hatsubi Sanpō (1674)
  • Kyuritsu (1836)
  • Sekka Zusetsu (1835)
  • Zoku Sekka Zusetsu (1840)

Poetry

Kanshi

Waka

  • Bussokusekika (c. 753)
  • Man'yōshū (>759)
  • Kakyō Hyōshiki (772)
  • Shinsen Man'yōshū (early 10th century)
  • Iseshū (after 939)
  • Amanotekorashū (late 10th century)
  • Tomonorishū (late 10th century)
  • Kingyoku Wakashū (1007-11)
  • Wakanrōeishū (1018)
  • Yorizaneshū (after 1044)
  • Zōkihōshishū (mid 11th century)
  • Shōryōshū (1078)
  • Gensanmi Yorimasashū (1173-78)
  • Chōshūeisō (1178)
  • Tsuneiekyōshū (c. 1182)
  • Sankashū (late 12th century)
  • Kinkai Wakashū (c. 1213)
  • Kenrei-mon In Ukyō No Daibu Shū (c. 1233)
  • Fūyō Wakashū (1271)
  • Wakankensakushū (1277-79)
  • Shokugenyō Wakashū (1323-24)
  • Shūgyokushū (c. 1328)
  • Renri Hishō (c. 1349)
  • Tsukubashū (1356)
  • Shinyō Wakashū (1381)
  • Shinsen Tsukubashū (1495)
  • Kanginshū (1518)
  • Shinsen Inutsukubashū (after 1524)
  1. Kokin Wakashū (c. 920)
  2. Gosen Wakashū (951)
  3. Shūi Wakashū (1005-1007)
  4. Goshūi Wakashū (1086)
  5. Kin'yō Wakashū (1124-27)
  6. Shika Wakashū (1151-54)
  7. Senzai Wakashū (1187)
  8. Shin Kokin Wakashū (1205)
  9. Shinchokusen Wakashū (1234)
  10. Shokugosen Wakashū (1251)
  11. Shokukokin Wakashū (1265)
  12. Shokushūi Wakashū (1278)
  13. Shingosen Wakashū (1303)
  14. Gyokuyō Wakashū (1313-14)
  15. Shokusenzai Wakashū (1320)
  16. Shokugoshūi Wakashū (1325-26)
  17. Fūga Wakashū (1344-46)
  18. Shinsenzai Wakashū (1359)
  19. Shinshūi Wakashū (1364)
  20. Shingoshūi Wakashū (1383-84)
  21. Shinshokukokin Wakashū (1439)

Haikai

  • Fuyu no hi (1684)
  • Haru No Hi (1686)
  • Arano (1689)
  • Hisago (1690)
  • Sarumino (1691)
  • Sumidawara (1694)
  • Oku no Hosomichi (1702)

Zuihitsu

See also

Notes

  1. ^ WorldCat, Taihō Ritsuryō
  2. ^ WorldCat, Yōrō Ritsuryō
  3. ^ WorldCat, Nihon Shoki
  4. ^ WorldCat, Shinsen Shōjiroku
  5. ^ WorldCat, Nihon Kōki
  6. ^ WorldCat, Shoku Nihon Kōki
  7. ^ Nihon Montoku Tennō Jitsuroku
  8. ^ WorldCat, Ruijū Kokushi
  9. ^ WorldCat, Nihon Sandai Jitsuroku
  10. ^ WorldCat, Engishiki
  11. ^ WorldCat, Eiga Monogatari
  12. ^ WorldCat, Okagami
  13. ^ WorldCat, Imakagami
  14. ^ WorldCat, Mizukagami
  15. ^ WorldCat, Hogen Monogatari
  16. ^ WorldCat, Azuma Kagami
  17. ^ WorldCat, Shaku Nihongi
  18. ^ WorldCat, Genpei Seisuiki
  19. ^ WorldCat, Jinnō Shōtōki
  20. ^ WorldCat, Heike Monogatari
  21. ^ WorldCat, Masukagami
  22. ^ WorldCat, Taiheiki
  23. ^ WorldCat, Gikeiki
  24. ^ WorldCat, Gukanshō
  25. ^ WorldCat, Nihon Odai Ichiran; also Nipon o daï itsi ran
  26. ^ WorldCat, Taikōki
  27. ^ WorldCat, Honchō Tsugan
  28. ^ WorldCat, Tokushi Yoron
  29. ^ WorldCat, Sangoku Tsūran Zusetsu; also Sankoku Tsūran Zusetsu
  30. ^ WorldCat, Yume Monogatari
  31. ^ WorldCat, Tokushi Zeigi
  32. ^ WorldCat, Dai Nihon Shi

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