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Kada (Hagura) no Azumaro

Kada (Hagura) no Azumaro (Jap., 1669–1739). A Kokugaku scholar and poet. At the age of 29 he taught poetry (waka, see HAIKU) at the court bureau of Prince Myōhōin, the son of the emperor Reigen. His writings were mainly the exegesis of the Japanese classics and of the works related to ancient rituals and laws. Among his many disciples, Kamo no Mabuchi distinguished himself. Though the Petition to Establish a School may have been written by one of his disciples, there is no reason to doubt that he desired to establish an accredited institution for the exclusive study of Kokugaku.

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