愛國百人一首ゑはがき:賀茂真淵

kamo_no_mabuchi

大御田のみなわも泥もかきたれてとるや早苗は我が君の為
omita no minawa mo hiji mo kakitarete toru ya sanae wa waga kimi no tame
planting rice seedlings in a muddy paddy amid the pouring rain: even these tasks done for the Emperor’s sake

Kamo no Mabuchi (賀茂真淵, 1697-1769) was a major Edo Period philologist and a central figure in the Kokugaku school of national studies. Kamo was a student of Kada no Azumamaro, and his own most famous student was Motoori Norinaga.

松本盛昌, 愛國百人一首ゑはがき
東京:愛國社、昭和18年 (1943)。
Postcard, illustrated by Matsumoto Morimasa

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