Haiku (Tanka)

Three Haiku by Matsuo Basho


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MINOMUSHIAN

This is one of Basho’s five hermitages, the other four being Mumyoan, Sairokuan, Torokuan, and Hyochikuan. Only Minomushian continues to be these days. It initially belonged to Hattori Doho, one of Basho’s disciples. To commemorate the completion associated with the hermitage in March 1688, Basho published a verse: “minomushi no ne wo kikini koyo kusa no io(come and tune in to the noise of bagworms thatched hermitage)”.
The name of hermitage had been thus obtained from the verse. At this hermitage Doho compiled Basho’s sayings and produced Sanzoshi (three-color Notebooks). > MAP

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