Takasue Sugawara, the author of the classic Japanese literature "Sarashina Nikki"
Takasue Sugawara Statue (Sugawara no Takasue no Musumezo)

Takasue Sugawara Statue (Sugawara no Takasue no Musumezo)

"Reclassification Diary and Ichihara City"

The classic Japanese literature "Sarashina Nikki" was published on September XNUMX, XNUMX AD, when the author, Takasue Sugawara, was XNUMX years old. It is a memoir that describes about XNUMX years from the scene of leaving Kazusa, the country where my father is in charge of the role of Kokushi (current governor?), To his later years. It is a recollection of life, such as the life of the palace, marriage, and family life.
The Kokufu of Kazusa Province (currently the prefectural office?) Is located here in Ichihara City, and the author is Yume Ooki Girls' Generation.
I spent (XNUMX to XNUMX years old).
It is not yet known where the national government was in Ichihara.
It is said that the title "Reclassification Diary" was written at the end of the work when his nephew asked the author.
The moon is coming to the darkness, and I'm going to ask you tonight
(Why did you come tonight in a place like a pitch-black Mt.
There is one theory that it is named after the song.
This song is from Kokin Wakashū
My heart Nagusame Kanetsu Exposed Nayaba Obasute Look at the moon shining on the mountain
(My heart as I travel is not soothed, even if I try to soothe it. It seems that sadness increases when I see the moon shining on this Mt.
It is said that the song is based on the song.
"Sarashina" is the name of a region in Shinano Province (currently Nagano Prefecture), and there is Mt. Kamuriki, also known as Mt. Kamuriki.
The author's husband was the Kokushi of Shinano Province, so it is thought that it is also related to that.
This "reclassification diary", which has been read for about XNUMX years, has many parts that are still relevant to the present day and is very interesting and interesting.
XNUMX marks the millennium from the departure from Ichihara to Kyoto.


Goi Station East Exit Sarashina-dori (median strip)