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|Title ||:||東游艸 琉球尚元魯著 下|
|Title alternative ||:||Tōyūsō Ryūkyū Shō Genro cho ge|
Extemporaneous verses written by Shang Yuanlu/Shō Genro while traveling in the east vol.3
|Authors ||:||尚, 元魯|
|Authors alternative ||:||Shang, Yuanlu (J., Shō Genro)|
|Issue Date ||:||1843 |
|Type Local ||:||その他|
|Type (NII) ||:||Others|
This is the third volume of Tōyūsō, published in 1843, the same year with the first and second volume. It contains Chinese verses composed by Shang Yuanlu (J., Shō Genro, also known as Urasoe Ōji Chōki), the director of the Ryukyuan envoys attending the Edo procession in 1842. He was also well acquainted with the Japanese poetic form known as waka.
|Rights ||:||University of Hawaii at Manoa (UHM)|
|Appears in Collections||:||Sakamaki/Hawley Collection|
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