Shun'e (俊恵, also read Sun'e; 1113 – c. 1191), also known as Tayū no Kimi (大夫公), was a Japanese waka poet of the late-Heian period. One of his poems was included in the Ogura Hyakunin Isshu. He produced a private collection, the Rin'yō Wakashū, and was listed as one of the Late Classical Thirty-Six Immortals of Poetry.
He was born in 1113, the son of Minamoto no Toshiyori. His maternal grandfather was Fujiwara no Atsutaka. He was tutored in waka composition by his father, but after the latter died he appears to have taken monastic orders in Tōdai-ji. His exact date of death is uncertain, but it was likely around 1191.
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- Suzuki Hideo, Yamaguchi Shin'ichi, Yoda Yasushi. 2009 (1st ed. 1997). Genshoku: Ogura Hyakunin Isshu. Tokyo: Bun'eidō.
- List of Shun'e's poems in the International Research Center for Japanese Studies's online waka database.
- Rin'yō-shū in the same database.
- Shun'e on Kotobank.