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用語集(Week 4)

Week4で使用されている用語をリストアップし、用語集にまとめました。 すべての新しい用語を覚える必要はありません。 この用語集に追加して欲しい単語を見つけたら、コメントに追加してください。

[]内の数字は、単語が登場するStep番号を示します。 (例:[2.3]→第2週のステップ2.3)

NOTE: This is the glossary for Week 4. For Week 1, you can find it at Step 1.4. For other weeks, you can refer each glossary at last step in that week. The PDF version includes the glossary for all weeks.


  • 市河寛斎(いちかわかんさい) :(1749-1820) Confucian scholar, poet [4.10]
  • 伊藤仁斎(いとうじんさい) :(1627-1705) Confucian scholar, philosopher [4.4]

  • 鵜飼石斎(うかいせきさい) :(1615-1664) Hayashi Razan’s disciple, Confucian scholar [4.2]

  • 英甫永雄(えいほえいゆう) (1547-1602) Kenninji priest [4.2]
  • 江戸(えど) :period of the Tokugawa shogunate (1603-1868) [4.1],[4.4],[4.5],[4.7],[4.8]
  • 江戸(えど) :modern Tokyo [4.1],[4.6]

  • 王維(おうい) :Tang dynasty poet [4.7]
  • 大窪詩仏(おおくぼしぶつ) :(1767-1837) a composer of Chinese poems [4.10]
  • 大阪(おおさか) :biggest city in western Japan [4.6]
  • 大田南畝(おおたなんぽ) :(1749-1823)a poet of the Writing in the Ancient Style school [4.7]
  • 荻生徂徠(おぎゅうそらい) :(1666-1728) Confucian scholar, thinker [4.4],[4.5]

  • 歌行露雪(かこうろせつ) :Hayashi Razan’s collection of annotated versions of famous works by Bai Juyi [4.2]
  • 柏木如亭(かしわぎじょてい) :(1763-1819)a composer of Chinese poems [4.10]
  • 葛飾北斎(かつしかほくさい) :(1760-1849) Edo painter [4.5]
  • 仮名(かな) :characters of Japan, derived from Chinese characters [4.2]
  • 寛永諸家系図伝(かんえいしょかけいずでん) :Hayashi Razan’s geneaology of daimyo and other prominent families [4.2]
  • 漢学者(かんがくしゃ) :scholar of Chinese studies [4.1]
  • 寛政(かんせい) :era in Edo period (1789-1801). See 1.3 for the timeline of Japanese history and era names in Edo period. [4.8],[4.9]
  • 寛政異学禁(かんせいいがくのきん) :(1790) reguration for study in the Kansei reforms [4.8]
  • 寛政の改革(かんせいのかいかく) :reformation of Edo shogunate in the Kansei era [4.8]
  • 官版(かんぱん) :government publications [4.8],[4.9]
  • 漢文(かんぶん) :classical Chinese [4.2],[4.5]
  • 寛文(かんぶん) :era in Edo period (1661-1672). See 1.3 for the timeline of Japanese history and era names in Edo period. [4.2]

  • 菊池五山(きくちござん) :(1769-1849) a composer of Chinese poems [4.10]
  • 京都(きょうと) :center of politics and culture for a long time in old Japan, modern Kyoto city [4.1],[4.6]
  • 享保(きょうほう) :era in Edo period (1716-1735). See 1.3 for the timeline of Japanese history and era names in Edo period. [4.5], [4.6]
  • 金龍山浅草寺(きんりゅうさんせんそうじ) :oldest temple in Tokyo [4.6]

  • 慶応(けいおう) :era in Edo period (1865-1868). See 1.3 for the timeline of Japanese history and era names in Edo period. [4.9]
  • 建仁寺(けんにんじ) :Temple in Kyoto [4.1],[4.2]
  • 乾隆帝(けんりゅうてい) :emperor reigned Qing from 1735 to 1795 [4.9]

  • 江湖詩社(こうこししゃ) :an association which leader is Ichikawa kansai [4.10]
  • 五山(ござん) :five government-sponsored Zen centers in Kyoto and Kamakura [4.1],[4.2]
  • 五山分編(ござんぶんへん) :Hayashi Razan’s own selections of fine writing by Five-Mountain authors from the 14th through 16th centuries [4.2]
  • 呉自牧(ごじぼく) :Qing poet [4.10]
  • 小林新兵衛(こばやししんべえ) :Edo bookseller [4.5]
  • 古文辞学(こぶんじがく) :the study of archaic words and phrases [4.4],[4.8]
  • 古文辞派(こぶんじは) :the Ancient Style School [4.4],[4.6],[4.8],[4.10],[4.12]
  • 古文真宝後集(こぶんしんぽうこうしゅう) :Chinese anthology [4.2]
  • 古文真宝後集諺解大成(こぶんしんぽうこうしゅうげんかいたいせい) :A commentary on the Chinese anthology Guwen zhenbao houji, edited by Razan’s disciple Ukai Sekisai [4.2]
  • 呉孟挙(ごもうきょ) :Qing poet (1640-1717) [4.10]

  • 三体詩(さんたいし) :Poetry in Three Styles [4.4]

  • 四庫全書(しこぜんしょ) :a monumental collection of writing compiled during the Qing dynasty at the order of Emperor Qianlong [4.9]
  • 四庫全書総目提要(しこぜんしょそうもくていよう) :Annotated Index of the Siku quanshu [4.10]
  • 四庫全書無版本(しこぜんしょむはんぼん) :a selection of previously unpublished works from the Siku quanshu [4.9]
  • 四書五経(ししょごきょう) :general term for typical four Chinese books and five classic sutras of Confucianism [4.4]
  • 下総(しもうさ) :modern Chiba prefecture [4.6]
  • 儒学(じゅがく) :study based on classic thought of Confucius [4.2]
  • 儒学者(じゅがくしゃ) :Confucian scholar [4.1]
  • 朱熹(しゅき) :(1130-1200) Song dynasty thinker [4.4]
  • 朱子学(しゅしがく) :Neo-Confucianism [4.4],[4.8]
  • 昌平坂学問所(しょうへいざかがくもんじょ) :Edo shogunate’s official center of learning [4.8],[4.9],[4.10]
  • 昌平叢書(しょうへいそうしょ) :a collection of miscellaneous essays [4.9]
  • 秦(しん) :dynasty in China (776-206 BCE) [4.4]
  • 清(しん) :last unified dynasty of China (1644-1912) [4.9],[4.10]
  • 真言宗(しんごんしゅう) :one of the Buddhism in Japan, and Kūkai is the founder. [4.3]
  • 神道(しんとう) :Japan’s religion, polytheism [4.3]

  • 隅田川(すみだがわ) :river in Tokyo [4.6]

  • 誠齋詩話(せいさいしわ) :a collection of miscellaneous essays on poetry by the Song-period poet Yang Wanli [4.9]
  • 禅(ぜん) :one of Mahayana Buddhism sects [4.2]

  • 宋(そう) :dynasty in China (960-1279) [4.4],[4.9],[4.10]
  • 宋詩鈔(そうししょう) :Qing period anthology Selections from Song Poetry [4.10]

  • 大名(だいみょう) :feudal lords [4.2]
  • 談唐詩選(だんとうしせん) :Ichikawa Kansai’s ferocious critique of the Tangshi xuan and its Kobunji-ha admirers [4.10]

  • 千葉芸閣(ちばうんかく) :(1727-1792)scholar of Chinese studies [4.5]
  • 趙嘏(ちょうか) :poet in Tang dynasty [4.6]
  • 長恨歌(ちょうごんか) :Chinese poem by Bai Juyi [4.2]

  • 通詩選笑知(つうしせんしょうち) :comic versions of the poems of the Tangshi xuan [4.7]

  • 天台宗(てんだいしゅう) :one of Mahayana Buddhism sects [4.3]
  • 天保(てんぽう) :era in Edo period (1830-1843). See 1.3 for the timeline of Japanese history and era names in Edo period. [4.5]
  • 天明(てんめい) :era in Edo period (1781-1789). See 1.3 for the timeline of Japanese history and era names in Edo period. [4.8]

  • 唐(とう) :(618-907) dynasty in China [4.4],[4.6]
  • 童観抄(どうかんしょう) :hayashi Razan’s selection of helpful maxims excerpted from the Chinese classics with clear, easy to understand explanations [4.2]
  • 唐詩訓解(とうしくんかい) :a commentary of Tangshi xuan [4.5]
  • 唐詩選(とうしせん) :a collection of Chinese poems compiled in Ming dynasty [4.4],[4.5],[4.7],[4.10]
  • 唐詩選画本(とうしせんえほん) :Each poem of Tangshi xuan is accompanied by a basic commentary and a picture illustrating the content. [4.5]
  • 唐詩選国字解(とうしせんこくじかい) :a commentary of Tangshi xuan [4.5]
  • 唐詩選掌故(とうしせんしょうこ) :a commentary of Tangshi xuan [4.5],[4.7]
  • 徳川家康(とくがわいえやす) :(1543-1616) the founder and first shogun of the Tokugawa shogunate of Japan [4.1]
  • 豊臣秀吉(とよとみひでよし) :(1537-1598) warrior and senior regent to emperor [4.1]

  • 長崎(ながさき) :harbor city in which Edo only trade port was located [4.9]
  • 南郭先生文集(なんかくせんせいぶんしゅう) :works of Chinese poetry of Hattori Nankaku [4.6]

  • 俳諧(はいかい) :form of Japanese literature popularized in Edo period [4.12]
  • 俳号(はいごう) :haiku name [4.12]
  • 裴迪(はいてき) :Tang poet [4.7]
  • 白居易(はくきょい) :(772-846) poet in China Tang period [4.2]
  • 幕府(ばくふ) :the samurai Administration who assumes the supreme power person of the samurai family a chief in the medieval or modern period in Japan [4.1],[4.2],[4.8]
  • 服部南郭(はっとりなんかく) :(1683-1759) Confucian scholar, poet, painter [4.5],[4.6],[4.10]
  • 林鵞峰(はやしがほう) :(1618-1680) Confucian scholar, Hayashi Razan’s son [4.2]
  • 林羅山(はやしらざん) :(1583-1657) Confucian scholar, a. k. a. Dōsyun [4.1],[4.2],[4.3],[4.4]
  • 藩校(はんこう) :schools operated by local governments in Edo period [4.8]

  • 琵琶行(びわこう) :Tang-period epic by Bai Juyi [4.2]

  • 藤原惺窩(ふじわらせいか) :(1561-1619) Confucian scholar [4.1]
  • 文化(ぶんか) :era in Edo period (1804-1818). See 1.3 for the timeline of Japanese history and era names in Edo period. [4.9]

  • 平安(へいあん) :period (794-1185) [4.2]

  • 本朝一人一首(ほんちょういちにんいっしゅ) :Hayashi Gahō-edited a complication of essays on single poems by Japanese poets of kanshi (poems in Chinese) [4.2]
  • 本朝神社考(ほんちょうじんじゃこう) :Hayashi Razan’s genealogy of Japanese shrines [4.2]
  • 本朝通鑑(ほんちょうつうかん) :a history of Japan completed by Hayashi Gahō [4.2]
  • 本朝編年録(ほんちょうへんねんろく) :Hayashi Razan’s compiled history of Japan [4.2]

  • 松平定信(まつだいらさだのぶ) :(1758-1829) feudal lord and chief of staff for Edo shogun [4.8]

  • 明(みん) :dynasty in China (1368-1644) [4.4],[4.10]

  • 室町(むろまち) :period (1392-1573) [4.1]

  • 明治(めいじ) :period (1868-1911) [4.9]
  • 明治維新(めいじいしん) :the recovery of the Imperial prerogatives in the late 19th century which brought feudalisim and the shogunate sytem to an end, and with which began the modernization and industrialization. [4.9],[4.13]

  • 楊誠斎詩鈔(ようせいさいししょう) :an edition of Yang Wanli (whose pen name was Chengzai)’s poems [4.10]
  • 楊万里(ようばんり) :(1127-1206) Song dynasty poet [4.9],[4.10]

  • 羅山書簡(らざんしょかん) :Hayashi Razan’s Correspondence [4.3]
  • 羅山林先生集(らざんはやしせんせいしゅう) :A monumental collection of Razan’s writing arranged by category [4.2]

  • 李白(りはく): (701-762) poet in Tang dynasty [4.6]
  • 林家(りんけ) :Hayashi Razan and his descendants [4.1]

  • 鹿柴(ろくさい) :poem by the Tang poet Pei Di [4.7]
  • 論語(ろんご) :records of Confucius and his leading disciples [4.2]

  • 和歌(わか) :Japanese poems [4.12]

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