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The "Ascetic Shakuhachi" Historical Evidence Research Web Pages

Introduction & Guide to the Documentation & Critical Study of Ascetic, Non-Dualistic Shakuhachi Culture, East & West:
Historical Chronology, Philology, Etymology, Vocabulary, Terminology, Concepts, Ideology, Iconology & Practices

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'Kanji' & 'kana' for Japanese publication titles may be added some day.



A:

Akedo Shin'ya: 'Hōryū-ji to Shōsōin no shakuhachi no onritsu.'
     "The Temperaments of the Shakuhachi Pipes Owned by the Hōryū-ji."
     Temple and the Shōsōin Repository."
     The Musicological Society of Japan. NII-Electronic Library Service PDF file,
     2013, 15 pages.
     Link: https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/ongakugaku/59/1/59_KJ00009557381/_pdf

Asai Ryōi: Ukiyo monogatari, 1661 or 1665/1666.
     "Tales of the Floating World."
     Printed in 'Tokugawa bungei ruiju', Vol. 2, pp. 333-388.
     "Collection of Tokugawa Literary Art".
     Edited and published by Kokusho kankōkai, Tokyo, 1916.
     Link: http://dl.ndl.go.jp/info:ndljp/pid/1883227?itemId=info%3Andljp%2Fpid%2F1883227&__lang=en
     Online PDF frames 174-202.


B:

No titles.


C:

Chiga Jundō: Zō:ho kaitei, dentō: koten shakuhachi oboegaki.
    



D:

No titles.


E:

Shusaku Endo / Endō Shūsaku: Silence.
     Original Japanese novel published in 1966.
     Peter Owen Publishers, London, 2003, 2007 & 2009.
     English translation first published in 1969
     by Sophia University Press. Tokyo,
     Copyright © by William Johnston, 1969.
     Movie by Martin Scors´se published in 2016.


F:

Fujii Joji: Edo jidai no o-fure.
     "Public Proclamations in Edo Period Japan."
     Yamakawa Shuppansha, Tokyo, 2013.

Fujita Shun'ichi & Kawase Junsuke, editors: 'Sankyoku' (music magazine).
     Publ. from July, 1921, through May, 1944.

Fuke kyōkai Editorial Board: Shakuhachi dokushū annai.
     "Guide to Shakuhachi Self Study."
     Kokureidō Shoten, Tokyo, 1915 (Taishō 4)


G:

Gaishikyoku, editors (Bureau of Un-official History):
     Meiji yonen fukoku zenshū jū Meiji shinbi.
     Publ. by Kitabatake Mohei, Tokyo, 1871.

Gunsho ruijū, Vol. 28. First published in 1733 by Hanawa Hokiichi.
     Zoku Gunsho Ruijū Kankōkai, Tokyo, 1933.


H:

Hayashi Kenzō: Shōsōin gakki no kenkyū.
     Kazama Shobō, Tōkyō, 1964.

Hosaka Hiro'oki: 'Jūhasseiki ni okeru komusō no mibun keisei.'
     Buraku mondai kenkyō no. 105, pp. 46-67, Kyoto, 1990.

Hosaka Hiro'oki: 'Jūshichi seiki ni okeru komusō no seisei: boroboro,
     komosō to no idō to 'kou' kōi no arikata.'
     Printed in: Mibunteki shūen.
     Publ. by Buraku mondai kenkyō shuppan-bu,
     pp. 161-216, Kyoto, 1994.


I:

Ide Yukio: 'Chūse shakuhachi tsuikō'.
     In: Research reports of the Kōchi University. Humanities.
     Vol. 41, 1-10, Kōchi, 1992-12-27.      The article may be downloaded from this location:
     Kōchi University


Igarashi Bunzō: 'Hottō Kokushi no denki to densetsu ni tsuite.'
     In the shakuhachi periodical 'Ichi-on jō-butsu 8'
     (November), pp. 66-83, Tōkyō, 1984.

Iizuka Erihito: 'Meiji ikō no Myōan-ji no shiryō shōkai.'
     "Materials about the Meian Temple since the Meiji Era."
     In: Bulletin of Culture Informatics, Sugiyama Jogakuen University,
     Nagoya, Volume 14, pp. 139-151.
     Link: https://lib.sugiyama-u.repo.nii.ac.jp/?action=pages_view_main&active_action=repository_view_main_item_detail&item_id=2110&item_no=1&page_id=13&block_id=21

Ikeda Hiroshi & Kitahara Yasuo, researchers & editors:
     Ōkura Toraakira-bon kyōgenshū no kenkyū,
     大蔵虎明本狂言集の研究.
     "A Study of the Ōkura; toraakira-bon kyōgenshū."
     Vol. 2. Hyōgensha, Tokyo, 1973. 3 volumes.
     Original work published in Kyoto, 1642.

Ikeda Juzan shū: Taizan-fu shūi. Tokyo, 1985.

Ikkyū Sōjun: Kyōunshū.
     Facsimile of a late 15th century manuscript.
     Ed. & publ. by Okumura Jūbei, Kyoto, 1966.

Ikkyū Sōjun: Kyōunshū, Kyōunshishū, Jikaishū.
     Rev. & annotated by Nakamura Tamaki.
     Gendai shichōsha, Tokyo, 1976.

Imaeda Aishin: Zenshū no rekishi.
     Shibundō, Tokyo, 1962.

Inaba Issui, Fuke kyōkai, editor:
     Shakuhachi dokushū annai.
     "A Guide to Shakuhachi Self-study."
     Edited by Inaba Issui, Fuke kyōkai.
     Publ. by Kokureidō shoten, Tokyo, 1915.
     Link: ???

Inada Hideo: 'Mai-kyōgen oboegaki.' "Dance-kyōgen Notes."
     Yamaguchi Prefectural University International Culture Department
     Bulletin of the Faculty of International Studies
     No. 3, 1997, pp. 65-74.


Inagaki Ihaku, Izui Seizan & Takahashi Ryochiku, editors:
     Myōan sanjūnana-sei Tanikita Muchiku-shū.
     Taizan-fu shūi. Tanikita Renzō, Kyoto, 1981.

Ishizaki Yūshi (1768-1846): Nagasaki meisho zue.
     "Famous Places in Nagasaki."
     Published in Nagasaki, 1820.
     Reprinted version publ. by Nagasaki shidankai, Nagasaki, 1931.

Izumi Takeo: Take o fuku hitobito.
     Kakareta shakuhachi suisō no rekishi to keifu.
     "Pictures of People who Blow the Bamboo.
     History and Genealogy of People Blowing the Shakuhachi."
     Tōhoku University Publishing Society, Sendai, 2013.


J:

Jinrin kinmō zu-i - see Asakura Haruhiko.


K:

Engelbert Kaempfer (1651-1716): Kaempfer's Japan: Tokugawa culture observed
     Edited, translated, and annotated by Beatrice M. Bodart-Bailey.
     University of Hawai'i Press, Honolulu, 1999.

Kamisangō Yūkō: "Shakuhachi no rekishi."
     In Hōgaku Taikei Vol. 4, pp. 7-16, Tokyo, 1971.

Kamisangō Yūkō: "Shakuhachi gaku ryakushi:
     suizen no rikai no tame ni". In descriptive notes for
     "Suizen: Chikuhō ryū ni miru fuke shakuhachi no keifu."
     Nippon Columbia LP recording KX 7001-3: pp. 9-22, Tokyo, 1974.

Kanda Kayū: Komusō to Shakuhachi hikki.
     Hōgaku Journal Serial Anthology No. 5649, Tokyo, 2019.

Kanda Shun'ichi & Ishibashi Gudō: Myōan shakuhachi-kai no kijin.      1981/1986.

K'ao Ku (Chinese periodical of archaeology) 1974, Vol. 1.
     K'ao Ku Publishing Co., Beijing, February 1974.

Katsu Kaishū (Katsu Yasuyoshi): Kaishū zenshū, Vol. 5.
     Pages 49-64: About 'Fuke shūmon' matters.
     Kaizōsha, Tokyo, 1927

Kikkawa Eishi: 'Hyōtan namazu to shakuhachi. Shakuhachi ni miru bigaku.'
     In: Kikan hōgaku 5, pp. 52-59, Tokyo, 1975.

Kiyū shōran. Comp. by Kitamura Nobuyo (1784-1856), first publ. in 1830.
     Reprint by Seikōkan Shuppanbu, 2 vols., Tokyo, 1933.

Koide Kōhei: Nihon no dentō ongaku.
     Ongaku no tomosha, Tokyo, 1970.

Koji ruien. Ruien kankōkai, editors. Tokyo, 1896-1914, 51 vols.
     Reduced size reprint ed. by Jingū shichō, Tokyo, 1927-1930.
     Latest printed edition: Yoshikawa Kōbunkan, Tokyo, 1967-1971 & 1995-1999.

Koma no Chikazane: Kyōkunshō.
     Original work completed in 1233. Publ. in 2 vols. by
     Nihon Koten Zenshū Kankōkai, Tokyo, 1928.

Kobayashi Shizan & Tomimori Kyozan - [Shizan Koji & Kyozanbō Sanshi]:
     Shakuhachi honryū Myōan suishō kikai.
     Ōya Shobō、Tokyo, 1930.
     NDL link: http://dl.ndl.go.jp/info:ndljp/pid/1258947?itemId=info%3Andljp%2Fpid%2F1258947&__lang=en

Komusō zakki, see Okumura Noriyoshi & Kodera Gyokuchō

Kowata Suigetsu, compiler & editor: Kyotaku denki kokujikai.
     By Yamamoto Morihide, Kyōto, 1795.
     216 pages, Nihon ongaku-sha, Tokyo, 1981.

Kowata Suigetsu: "Shakuhachi Kokinshu by Kowata Suigetsu [Showa 26]."
     Informally translated from the original by David Sawyer and Yoko Hiraoka, USA, 2017.
     Direct link to PDF-file:
     http://www.japanshakuhachi.com/ewExternalFiles/THE%20SHAKUHACHI%20KOKINSHU%20by%20KOWATA%20SUIGETSU.pdf

Kurihara Kōta: Shakuhachi shikō. Chikuyūsha, Tokyo, 1918, 1975.

Kyoreizan Myōan-ji, ed.: Kyoreizan Myōan-ji.
     3rd ed., Myōan Temple, Kyoto, 2003.

Kyotaku denki/Kyotaku denki kokujikai, see Yamamoto Morihide.



L:

No titles


M:

Mikami Sanji: 'Fuke-shū ni tsuite'.
     In: Shigaku zasshi 13, no. 4, 1902, pp. 61-76,
     & Shigaku zasshi 13, no. 5, 1902, pp. 64-82.

Makieshi Genzaburō: Jinrin kinmō zu-i.
     "An Illustrated Encyclopedia of Humanity."
     蒔絵師源三郎: 人倫訓蒙図彙.
     Originally published in 1690.
     Reprinted by Heibonsha, edited by Asakura Haruhiko.
     Tokyo, 1990 & 1994.

Minamoto Unkai; Kanda Shun'ichi, editor: Myōan shakuhachi-kai
     no kijin Minamoto Unkai-shū
     Orig. publications: 1927 & 1934, Shōwa 2 & 9.
     Edited & published by Kanda Shun'ichi, 1981.


Mizukami Tsutomu: Kyochiku no fue. Shakuhachi shikō.
     Tōkyō, 2006.

Miura Jōshin: Keichō kenmonshū (1614).
     "Seen and Heard during the Keichō Period."
     Ed. by Nakamaru Kazunori.
     Shin jinbutsu jūraisha, Tōkyō.

Mori Hikotarō, editor: Shūhū Yokō.
     Published by the Kōkoku-ji,
     Yura, Wakayama Prefecture, Japan, 1938, 1981.




N:

Nagasaki-shi-hen, Nagasaki History Editors: Nagasaki-shi. Chishi-hen: Butsu-ji bu.
     "History of Nagasaki City. Topographical Compilation:
     Buddhist Temples Section 1-2." 2 volumes.
     Publ. by Nagasaki City, 1923-1925.
     National Diet Library URLs:
     Vol. 1: http://dl.ndl.go.jp/info:ndljp/pid/978668/25
     Vol. 2: http://dl.ndl.go.jp/info:ndljp/pid/978669

Nakatsuka Chikuzen: 'Fuke-shū no seiritsu.'
     In Sankyoku No. 188, Tokyo, Nov. 1937, pp. 20-31.

Nakatsuka Chikuzen: Kinko-ryū shakuhachi shikan.
     Nihon Ongaku-sha, Tokyo, 1979.

Nihon Kokugo Dai-jiten. Nihon Dai-jiten Kankōkai, Tokyo, 1973-1975.

Nishimura Kokū: 'Kyotaku - Fuke-shū honkyoku.'
     Cover notes for the LP album.
     Toshiba Records TH-7010, Tokyo, 1965.
     Link til discogs.com: https://www.discogs.com/%E8%A5%BF%E6%9D%91%E8%99%9A%E7%A9%BA-%E8%99%9A%E9%90%B8%E6%99%AE%E5%8C%96%E5%AE%97%E6%9C%AC%E6%9B%B2/release/6488923

Nishiyama Matsunosuke; Edo chōnin no kenkyū.
     5 vols. Yoshikawa Kōbunkan, 1973-1975.

Nishiyama Matsunosuke: Iemoto monogatari.
     Chūō Kōronsha, Tokyo, 1971, 1976.

Nishiyama Matsunosuke: Iemoto no kenkyū.
     Azekura Shobō, Tokyo, 1956.

Nishiyama Matsunosuke: Iemoto no kenkyū.
     Yoshikawa Kōbunkan, Tokyo, 1982.

Nishiyama Matsunosuke: 'Komusō no ura-omote'.
     In: Kikan hōgaku 5, Ongaku no Tomo-sha, Tokyo, 1975, pp. 26-30.

NKBZ 25: Nihon Koten Bungaku Zenshū, Vol 25. Revised and annotated
     by Usuda Jingorō & Shimma Shin'ichi. Tokyo, 1976.


O:

Okada Fujio: Komusō no nazo - Suizen no kokoro.
     Akita Bunka Shuppan, 2001.

Okamoto Chikugai: Shakuhachi zuisō-shū.
     Publ. by Myōan sōryū-kai, 2012, 290 pages.

Okamoto Chikugai: "'Ōshū reibo' ni tsuite: Ōshū no suizenhō."
     In: Ichion jōbutsu, Issue No. 5, June 1, 1983, pp. 2-22.

Okumura Yoshinori (compiler) & Kodera Gyokuchō (editor):
     Komusō zakki, Komusō Notes.
     Photographic reprint of a no later than c. mid-1870s original
     published by the book store Mytown, Nagoya, 2004.

Ōno Osamu: 'Hottō Kokushi wa Fuke shakuhachi no so ni arazu ka.'
     In: Yura machi no Bunkazai 10, March, 1983, pp.89-100.

Ōkura; Toraakira / Ikeda Hiroshi & Kitahara Yasuo, researchers & editors:
     Ōkura; toraakirabon kyōgenshū no kenkyū,
     Vol. 2. Hyōgensha, Tokyo, 1973. Original work published in Kyoto, 1642.

Ōno Osamu: 'Hottō Kokushi wa Fuke shakuhachi no so ni arazu ka.'
     In: Yura machi no bunkasai 10 (March), pp. 83-100, Yura, 1983.


P:

No titles


R:

No titles


S:

Sankyoku, see Fujita Shun'ichi, editor, 1883-1974.

Sasano Ken, editor (1901-1961): Kohon nō kyōgenshū, Vol. 2.
     4 vols., Iwanami Shoten, Tokyo, 1944.
     Link: http://dl.ndl.go.jp/info:ndljp/pid/1125621

Sasano Den, editor (1901-1961): Nō kyōgen: Ōkura Torakiyo-bon, Chū/Vol. 2.
     3 vols., Iwanami Shoten, Tokyo, 1945.
     Link: http://dl.ndl.go.jp/info:ndljp/pid/11293180

The SAT Daizōkyō Text Database. Tokyo University.
     URL: http://21dzk.l.u-tokyo.ac.jp/SAT/index_en.html

Shakuhachi dokushū annai. "A Guide to Shakuhachi Self-study."
     Edited by Inaba Issui, Fuke kyōkai.
     Publ. by Kokureidō shoten, Tokyo, 1915.

Shichiku taizen, 1687 & 1699 - cf. Takanaka Shijo, compiler.
     Contains 'Ōnusa - Shamisen shoshinsho' of 1685.

Shichiku taizen, 1916 reprint - cf. Sassa Issetsu.

Shimura Satoshi - see Simura Satosi.

Shiraishi Kaoru: 'Hottō Kokushi ni tsuite.'
     In: Nihon gakushi-in kyō/Japan Academy Bulletin,
     Vol. 6, No.1, pp. 5-28, 1948. Publisher?
     Link: https://doi.org/10.2183/tja1948.6.5

Shizan Koji & Kyozanbō Sanshi
     Cf. Kobayashi Shizan & Tomimori Kyozan.

Shōsōin no Gakki (Musical Intruments in the Shōsōin). Edited by
     Shōsōin Office. Authors: Hayashi Kenzō, Kishibe Shigeo, Taki
     Ryōichi & Shiba Sukehiro. Nihon Keizai Shimbun Sha, Tokyo, 1967.

Shūhū Yokō, edited by Mori Hikotarō. Publ. by the Kōkoku-ji,
     Yura, Wakayama Prefecture, Japan, 1938, 1981.


T:

Tago Kōin [?]: 'Suizen no yurai ni tsuite.'
     In: Tozan-ryū gakuhō No. 1018, October, 2010.

Takahashi Kūzan: Fukeshū-shi. Sono shakuhachi sōhō no gakuri.
     Fukeshū-shi kankōkai, Tokyo, 1979.

Takahata Sōyū: Yasei no zen. Suizen.
     Own publisher, Kagawa, 2005.

Takanaka Shijo author!
Sassa Issetsu, editor: Shichiku taizen. "Encyclopedia of Strings and Bamboo."
     First compiled and published by Takanaka Shijo in 1687.
     Publ. by Miwa Itsujirō, Tokyo, 1916.
     Link to complete online version:
     http://dl.ndl.go.jp/info:ndljp/pid/956099

Takeda Kyōson: Komusō: sei to zoku no igyōsha-tachi.
     "Komusō: Odd People of the Sacred and the Worldly."
     Sanitsu Shobō, Tokyo, 1997.

Tanabe Hisao: Nihon no gakki.
     Kashiwa Shuppan, Chiba, 1964, 1972.

Takuan Sōhō: Takuan Oshō zenshū.
     6 volumes, first published in 1928.

Takuan Sōhō: Takuan Oshō zenshū. Vol. 1
     Republished by the Takuan Oshō zenshū Publication Society,
     Tankobon Hardcover, November, 2001.

Tanikita Muchiku: cf. Inagaki Ihaku et al.

Tokugawa kinreikō, Book 5, publ. by Yoshikawa Kōbunkan, Tokyo, 1931-32.
     Section with Fuke Sect related document on pages 106-116, frames 61-66.
     Link to online version:
     National Diet Library, Tokyo: Tokugawa kinreikō, Book 5, 1932-33

Tokugawa kinreikō, Book 5, publ. by Yoshikawa Kōbunkan, Tokyo, 1931-32.
     Section with Fuke Sect related document on pages 106-116, frames 58-63.
     Link to online version: National Diet Library, Tokyo: Tokugawa kinreikō, Book 5, 1932-33

Tokugawa kinreikō (complete). Originally compiled and eventually published in 1880-1899
     by the Japanese Ministry of Justice (Shihōshō, 1871-1948).
     Link to all volumes present in the National Diet Library:
     National Diet Library, Tokyo: Tokugawa kinreikō, complete collection

Tomimori Kyozan: Myōan Shakuhachi Tsūkai.
     Myōan Kyozan Bōdōyūkai, Tokyo, 1979.

Toyohara Sumiaki: Taigenshō (original dated 1512)
     1933 edition, 4 vols., edited by Masamune Atsuo
     Nihon Koten Zenshu Kankokai, Tokyo, 1933
     The entire 1933 edition may be downloaded
     from this location: www.archive.org
     - Cheng Yu Tung East Asian Library, University of Toronto


Tsuge Gen'ichi: 'The History of the Kyotaku.'
     In: Asian Music, Vol. VIII, 2. New York, 1977.
     Link to online PDF file: http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0044-9202(1977)8%3A2%3C47%3ATHOTK%3E2.0.CO%3B2-M

Tsukamoto Kodō, editor: Kinko techō / Kyoreizan Myōan-ji bunken.
     Publ. by Komusō kenkyūkai, Hosshin-ji, Tokyo, 1999.

Tsukitani Tsuneko: 'Shakuhachi koten honkyoku no kenkyū.'
     "A Study of Classical Shakuhachi Honkyoku."
     M.A. thesis, Osaka University of Fine Arts, 1969.

Tsukitani Tsuneko: 'Shakuhachi koten honkyoku no kenkyū.'
     "Academic Study of Classical Shakuhachi Honkyoku."
     Shuppan Geijutsu-sha, Tokyo, 2000.


U:

Ueno Katami: Shakuhachi no rekishi.
     Shimada Ongaku Shuppan, Tokyo, 3rd impr., 1984.

Ueno Katami: Shakuhachi no rekishi. Revised and expanded edition.
     Shuppan Geijutsu-sha, Tokyo, 2002.

Uramoto Setchō: Manpitsu shichibushū.
     "Collection of Jottings in Seven Parts".
     Jinbun Shoin, Kyoto, 1936.

     Ch. 5, pp. 195-244: About 'Fuke-shū shakuhachi',
     however dated January 26, 1928 (Shōwa 3, 1-26).

Uramoto Setchō: 'Zen mondō to satori.'
     Essay, 12 pages, publ. by Shunjūsha, 1960.


W:

No titles


X:

Xu Liu (887-946): Jiu Tang-shu (Old T'ang History).
     16 vols. Zhonghua shu ju, 2nd ed., 1986.


Y:

Yamaguchi Masayoshi: Shakuhachi-shi gaisetsu.
     Shiryō to tomo ni tadoru shakuhachi no rekishi.
     Shuppan Geijutsu-sha, Tokyo, 2005.

Yamamoto Morihide, compiler & author: Kyotaku denki kokujikai.
     Original Kyōto edition published in 1795.
     1925 edition publ. by Rakubundō c/o The National Diet Library.

Yamamoto Morihide, compiler & author: Kyotaku denki kokujikai.
     Modern version edited by Kowata Suigetsu,
     216 pages, Nihon ongaku-sha, Tokyo, 1981.

Yamashita Yajūrō: Komusō. Fuke-shū Reihō-ji no kenkyū.
     Tama kyōdo kenkyū no kai, Tama, Japan, 1972.

Yamauchi-ke Shiryō Kankō I-inkai, editors:
     Yamauchi-ke shiryō Dainidai Tadayoshi kō ki.
     Publ. by Yamauchi Jinja Hōmotsukan, 4 volumes, Kōchi, 1980-1981.
     1628 text in vol. 2, pp. 183-184.
Link: https://www.worldcat.org/search?q=%E7%AC%AC%E4%BA%8C%E4%BB%A3%E5%BF%A0%E7%BE%A9%E5%85%AC%E7%B4%80&qt=search_items&search=Search

Yoshikawa Eiji: Komusō keizu. "Komusō Genealogy."
     First published in 1905.


Yoshikawa Eiji: Komusō keizu.
     Yoshikawa Bunko (40),
     Kodansha, Tokyo, 1976.


Z:

Zengaku Jiten, ed. by Jinbo Nyoten & Andō Bun'ei,
     Shōbō Genzō Chūkai Zensho Kankōkai,
     Komazawa Daigaku, Tokyo, 1962.

Zengaku daijiten; Komazawa Daigaku nai Zengaku dai jiten hensanjo, eds.
     Komazawa Daigaku Zengaku dai jiten hensanjo, eds.
     Komazawa Daigaku, Tokyo, 1978.

Juzhong Zhang, Garman Harbottle, Changsui Wang & Zhaochen Kong:
     'Oldest playable musical instruments found at Jiahu early Neolithic site in China.'
     In: NATURE, Vol. 401, Num. 6755, pp. 366-368, 23 September 1999.

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