The Encyclopedia is, and always has been, a fraud.
My main editing interests are Japanese literature (particularly classical) and (pre-modern) Japanese history. I have also done a fair bit on Chinese classical literature, and religion (Jewish, Christian, Buddhist, whatever).
My wikibreak didn't work. Partly because there's work to be done (I can't believe that after two days my speedy deletion request for a certain Wikiquote entry has garnered no attention), and partly because if Nagano has a WP:PRIMARYTOPIC it is the prefecture, not the city.
Explanation of my current username
"88" references the year of my birth, and has nothing to do with neo-fascism. The penchant of various editors such as the long-banned Til Eulenspiegel to compare me to a Nazi aside, there really is no such connection. (This was during my IP-phase in early-mid 2014; I reported the incident here. Curiously, he claimed to have been following me ever since; this is weird, because I made very few logged-in edits for like eight months. How was he following my edits?)
What my username is not
My username is not "Hijiri 88"; if you try to ping me with that I will not get your ping. "The Accuser" is also not my username, even though I do think that is a totally awesome nickname and I would not object to its being formally adopted by Wikipedians with whom I've developed a relationship of trust. "The Primary Accuser" sounds even more like a comic book character, but it is also acceptable.
Rant about my old username and how it has been usurped by ... me ...
I also used to own the username Elvenscout742 until some genius decided that the Japanese/French Wikipedia editor still known by that name who hasn't edited in years must be a different person from me, and all my redirects had "en" added to them and the old ones deleted. Am I allowed to re-add those redirects? Or must all my talk page signatures from 2005 to 2013 be permanently red-linked, lest I accidentally be confused with the "other" Elvenscout742?
Unified log-in confuses me...
Other random things people have called me
Response to off-wiki criticism by disturbingly racist editors
In case any overt racists like these two care about such things, by neither citizenship nor ethnicity am I Japanese, Taiwanese, Chinese, northern Han, Filipino, Tibetan or Mongolian. I was born in Dublin, Ireland to two Gaelic-Irish Catholic parents, and lived there until I moved to Japan in 2012 at age 24. My first language is English. My skin is pale, my eyes are blue and my hair is light brown.
How often have I been called a troll and never been blocked for trolling?
This list is not exhaustive. To be such, it would need to include the entire archives of the external blog the banned user JoshuSasori set up for the sole purpose of calling me a troll despite no longer being able to do so on-wiki. Google "trollvenlout" -- some of the pages are still visible despite the blog itself having been abandoned when JoshuSasori apparently decided he had better things to do with his life.
-  Go away, you said, bitter troll.
-  [Hijiri88's talk page posts are] trolling
-  trolling from [Hijiri88], a user who evidently has too much free time on his hands.
-  [Hijiri88's talk page posts are] troll droppings
-  I am going to ignore you from now on, [...] per WP:Don't feed the troll(s)
-  Sigh. Trolled again.
-  I have to believe you are trolling sometimes.
Tragironic aside: back in 2013, when I had myself been blocked for socking a matter of days earlier, even editors I was conflicting with considered the claim that I was a "troll" to be a dead giveaway that the account was a sockpuppet of a banned editor with a grudge against me.
And how often have I been called insane and never been committed?
-  At first I thought you were just a little crazy, but you are both crazy and insane.
-  this sort of behavior doesn't strike me as even being particular, well, sane (I know this user has called me insane numerous times, but I don't have the diffs on hand, so this is a placeholder while I find the more blatant ones; heck, ArbCom desysopped him for personal attacks, which when one checks the diffs were him questioning other users' sanity)
(As an aside, I really wish I were committed. Most of my projects on-wiki go half-finished. ;-) )
Other random stuff I've been called
-  a vendetta conducting wikihounding astro turfing WP:COI meatpuppet advancing a non argument that amounts to a personal attack on me who keeps telling lies (I did not remove any commas from this quote)
-  (no quote, just that I was called a WP:POLEMICIST without any evidence, and the accuser repeatedly refused to explain the accusation; I figured if I'm gonna be accused of violating POLEMIC with impunity I might as well record it on my userpage, since the worst that could happen is I will continue to be accused of POLEMIC)
My thoughts on BLP and GNG
If enough sources do not exist to cover a subject objectively and in-depth, then that subject does not merit a Wikipedia article. If a YouTube personality is popular, but he shamelessly spoils new movies in the middle of videos on unrelated topics, then a Wikipedia article on him should be able to discuss criticism of him for that; if enough sources do not exist to do so, then the article should be deleted. If an actor in a long-running children's television show is primarily notable apart from the other dozens of actors who have appeared in said show because he stole an auction item whose sale proceeds were supposed to feed sick children, then we should have sufficient reliable third-party sources to describe that incident and not violate BLP: if we don't, then the subject is not worth a stand-alone Wiki article.
This list is currently empty. I apparently created it and (partially?) filled it in 2015, but as of November 2017 it was woefully outdated, and will need work once I delete all the unnecessary redirects that came out of WP:WAM 2017, so might as well just leave it empty.
- It's nice when various members of the Wikipedia community with different points of view can come together and send a message that fascist propaganda is not welcome on the project; it's not nice when the same anti-fascist Wikipedians immediately break down into squabbling over bullshit as soon as the moment has passed.
- My sentences are too long. I'll occasionally start with "The fact that..." followed by a subordinate clause, and then forget to add a verb to the main clause at the end.
- Editing from an iPad and no desk while holding the iPad makes hitting letters in the middle of the screen difficult. I once misspelled "ignored" as "inored" twice in one post, twelve words apart. And then there's this monstrosity.
- When one has a serious issue that needs dealing with and takes it to ANI, providing any amount of detail in one's explanation is almost certain to backfire. Actively contributing to every other thread on the page in the hopes that someone will return the favour is generally fruitless.
- Templates are the Devil. Avoid them.
- This applies to both the article space and user talk pages.
- It especially applies to template shortcuts, most of which look like they work when you search for them and then suddenly don't when you transclude them.
- This applies to both the article space and user talk pages.
- Reverting someone's edit because they made a misprint in one word or because they mistranscluded a template (see immediately above) should be explicitly mentioned in WP:DICK if it isn't already.
- Wikipedia hates Samaritans. Not the northern Israelite ethno-religious group. The modern metaphorical Samaritans who try to do good deeds for strangers. If you try to weigh in on a dispute on any of the noticeboards, look carefully at all sides of the argument, closely analyze all the evidence presented, do your own independent research, and present a reasonable solution to solve the problem, the best you can hope for is that your solution will be accepted, you will get at most one or two "thank you"s on your talk page, and everyone will immediately forgot your contribution. More often than not, though, your solution will either be steamrolled or quietly accepted and enforced, and you will make enemies of one or both sides of the dispute and you'll wind up being the next person to open a noticeboard thread on it. Lather, rince, repeat.
- New accounts (less than 1,000 edits and less than six months since their first edit) and SPAS (including near-SPAs and until-recently SPAs) should never be allowed close discussions, especially things like GARs and AFDs. They are technically not forbidden from doing so in a lot of cases, but it is never a good idea to allow them to do so in my opinion, because more often than not (and much more often than is acceptable) they make a mess of things. Furthermore, non-admins should not close AFDs or RMs except in very clear-cut cases of consensus being to preserve the status quo.
- "You can't remove sourced content" is a really terrible reason for reverting someone. Not everything that can be sourced should be included in Wikipedia. WP:V is about not including unverifiable material; it says nothing about including everything that is in a source even if that source made a mistake. In fact it explicitly defines reliable sources as ones that have a reputation for fact-checking and accuracy: citing a source that has such a reputation as justification for including inaccurate (and so apparently un-fact-checked) content is a disaster. WP:VNT, similarly, does not encourage including information that is verifiable but not true; it is meant to discourage including information that is true but not verifiable. Information must always be included or excluded based on careful consideration of WP:WEIGHT, WP:NPOV, WP:NOR (if it's a choice between (a) including unnuanced misinformation, (b) balancing it out with factual information from other sources, and (c) leaving it out altogether, (c) is almost always the best option) and even (sometimes) WP:WIAE.
- I hate spending all my time on noticeboards. Writing articles is so much more fulfilling. I hate it when I keep getting dragged to noticeboards because of stuff I didn'tdo, and keep getting dragged away from building an encyclopedia. Users who criticize me -- or anyone, really -- for "constantly showing up on noticeboards", when we are literally dragged there against our will through no fault of our own, should be cautioned first, and then blocked if they repeat-offend.
- If you see a discussion in which you were involved get closed in an inappropriate way, dispute it immediately in the appropriate venue. Do not just post on the closer's talk page twice and then drop the stick. If you don't formally dispute the close, you can be held responsible for not having done so, and so having tacitly "accepted" the close, later.
- Certain topic areas (any kind of ethnic and/or religious conflict, for instance) should be banned from all general purpose noticeboards (ANI, RSN, etc.). AGF doesn't seem to apply on those articles' talk pages, and the editors involved invariably seem to assume everyone else already knows that providing a fair, neutral comment on any such discussion leaves one open to being pretty harshly insulted. Editors who voluntarily devote all their on-wiki time to those articles should have their own "special" noticeboards where they can fight to the death until only one remains.
- Temporary blocks and "You will be blocked if you continue" probation are ineffective methods for dealing with WP:IDHT. Surprisingly enough.
- Not following the elaborate instructions for processes that should be a lot simpler in a timely manner is bad. You might get distracted. And then when you get back you'll notice that you "made an error" by doing exactly what you were told in the order you were told. Note that with WP:GAR, this was implicitly made overly complicated with the intention discouraging its use.
- Admins who show severe misunderstanding of our policies, and of the limits of their own admin tools, should be desysopped immediately. If a community-ban appeal is made, and an admin says "Well, it doesn't look like there's much good reason to remove the ban, but if we lift the ban and the same misbehaviour occurs, someone can just ask me and I will reinstate the ban", that admin is expressing gross ignorance of the banning policy (bans are imposed by community consensus or the Arbitration Committee, not by individual admins except in certain very specific Arbitration Enforcement circumstances), and, worse, using their own misunderstanding of their authority as an admin as a pretext to lift a community-imposed sanction. That is extremely dangerous and irresponsible, and any admin caught making such a statement should be immediately asked to clarify that it was a misprint or the like, or should have their admin tools withdrawn as a precaution.
- Attempting to create a list of the revived series Doctor Who episodes SF Debris had reviewed was probably a mistake. That led me to RM the article Rose (Doctor Who). Which led me to dig up my 2013 RM of The Avengers (2012 film) as a precedent. Which led me on a nostalgia trip checking the other edits I had made under the Sarumaru the Poet (talk · contribs) account. Which led me to notice, apparently for the first time, what had happened to Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Mottainai. Which drew my attention to WP:ARS. Which led to me being branded -- and quite viciously attacked -- as a "deletionist", despite my actual tendency to create articles on obscure but notable topics and my general tendency to !vote merge on AFDs where I don't think a standalone article is warranted. (The one exception being BLPs where I think all we can really say is either promotional fluff or negative content gleaned from generally-reliable-but-not-for-BLP sources.) Moral of the story: don't post to the village pump without assuming up-front that soneone will question your motives, and post the response to them with all the historical background (starting with on-wiki evidence that you are an SF Debris fan and have been for some time) in advance, preferably using Template:Collapse top and "title=Disclosure/background".
- By happenstance, I happened across on-wiki evidence that I was an SF Debris fan last June, as I edited the Star Wars Holiday Special article around the time he mentioned the Special on his show. Still a complete listing of all the Star Trek episode articles I had edited would probably be more conclusive...
- As of May 2018, English Wikipedia does not have a standalone article on fan painting; we do have an article on fan art -- completely different type of fan -- with a quite-amusing disambig header. Just thought this was funny.
- BLPN is a drahma board like AN or ANI. Even if it looks like place for article content concerns, the majority of its contributors are looking for juicy fights they can comment on. If you go there with a "Hey, this isn't a dispute I'm having with anyone in particular, but I'd like a second opinion..."-type question, you will be roundly ignored. Seriously. I've posted there a bunch of times, and any time it's not either forum-shopping a dispute that's already quite fiery (something I rarely do) or commenting on someone else's fiery dispute, I've generally received no (or almost no) input.
- If you agree with someone on content but think the way they went about implementing it was counterproductive or disagree with their rhetoric and how it implicitly applied to you, never attempt to engage them politely and civilly in public, at least not until the "statute of limitations" has passed. If they're NOTHERE and don't actually agree with you on content but were simply looking for a fight, you've just given them one; if they're acting in good faith, they'll apologize and you won't have accomplished anything except self-gratification, but their enemies will jump on your comment as an example of how they just can't behave in a civil manner or some such (despite the fact that they've already apologized to you).
- Editors who want to pass their GA reviews so badly that they make vicious personal attacks against third parties who point out that the article is a clear auto-fail should not be allowed perform GA reviews. Personal attacks aside (let's be fair -- all personal attacks are policy violations and repeatedly making them deserves a block), they are clearly not judging the articles objectively.
- Comparing being checked by a CU to being raped is just wrong. Doing so more than 30 times in the space of a day is hideous. I was subjected to CU as a result of the opening sentence of this comment, and I never felt the need to compare the experience to being a rape survivor, despite the fact that I had recently survived severe personal harassment (I had had my career threatened in the recent past because an on-wiki enemy decided to harass my employer in retaliation for a block).
- Why did we elect ten of Wake Scalebound to the Arbitration Committee? Or rather, why did we elect a bunch of Arbs who thought I was Wake Scalebound. Or Eloy. In all seriousness, though: if you ever find yourself getting threatened or harassed on Wikipedia by someone whose bad content edits you have criticized, don't ever offer them conditional peace terms: the kind of disruptive editors who claim not to realize their edits are disruptive and engage in revenge-harassment are almost certainly the kind who will actively try to twist your peace offering into a "threat". I like to think that 2019 ArbCom, as opposed to 2015 ArbCom, would not unanimously fall for it though. All of this is to say that if you plan on doing something for the betterment of the encyclopedia even if NOTHERE editors might not want you to, just do it, and don't offer not to do it in exchange for not being harassed -- harassment should be dealt with by blocks.
- Ironically enough, editors who go around calling themselves "inclusionists" are often some of the most exclusionary, battleground-y, aggressive, and abusive people whose presence for some reason this Project continues to tolerate. Literally every time I've had to temporarily leave the project for the sake of my own sanity (at least in recent memory) was to get away from the harassment of these so-called "inclusionists".
Edit summaries that cryptically alluded to me without me noticing until years later
return to expanding this- hoping the acrimony from 3 years ago will have faded(the "acrimony" had actually been four years earlier; the article was hardly being touched during the winter of 2013-2014; also might be worth noting that bringing me up in an edit summary four years after the fact means it's a near-certainty that what happened in early 2013 was remembered when this comment was penned nine months later)
- Saying "it meets GNG" on AFD regardless of what the basis for AFD is (the page is a POVFORK, it's a COPYVIO, etc.).
- Users who close discussions as "no consensus" (in favour of the status quo) because a proposal was made by one user and not seconded but also not opposed by anyone. This is especially annoying in AFDs, RMs and the like where the closer is a non-admin whose lack of access to admin tools mean they are technically incapable of performing a proper close.
- Arguing that a block proposal is punitive when it clearly isn't.
- Bludgeoning talk page discussions so that everyone on the other side gets so frustrated they leave in order to go do something constructive (like they are supposed to), then claiming that you "won" the discussion. Or, worse, opening an ANI thread about how the other parties are "refusing to discuss on the talk page".
- Users who edit-war/tag-team to insert unsourced material or material that wasn't there before into articles, then open ANEW reports as soon as the one who isn't tag-teaming hits 3RR.
- Telling someone in a discussion in which they're not involved and have no intention of posting in again to "drop it" and pinging them to do so.
- Arguing that a talk page comment is "OR", even though WP:NOR applies to article content, and engaging in the equivalent of original research in a talk page discussion that is meant to determine, for example, whether something should be removed from the article (per WP:NOT, WP:WEIGHT or any of a number of other reasons) is perfectly acceptable. Similarly, it can never be an NOR-violation to remove something from an article, despite what seems to be claimed quite frequently.
- Unsourced plot summaries that read like they were written by Chad Summerchild.
- When editors write "You [do X] all the time" or "You [do X] over everything" when they really mean "You [do X] frequently on those occasions when I cross paths with you". (I'm fairly certain that I'm being a massive hypocrite on this, and that others could point to places where I've done exactly what I'm complaining about, mind you.)
- Demanding "consensus" to add maintenance tags. Consensus is, if anything, required to remove maintenance tags. Maintenance tags are, as a general rule, not considered a desirable thing to have in an article, but they are preferable to articles having problems but not being appropriately tagged, as this misleads readers. This is a constant, recurring problem that I first noticed this problem in cases like this, but it is most endemic in articles on modern American popular culture like here and here.
- Causing WP:DRAMA by opening frivolous ANI threads on problems you caused, then when someone suggests a WP:BOOMERANG immediately withdrawing and saying you are doing so because you are sick of the drama.
- Attacking someone for having been involved in a massive drahma fustercluck in which they were the victim, then when they complain saying "perhaps you should not have been hounded in the first place".
- Admins who attack non-admins for "failure to assume good faith" on the part of "new editors", socks, trolls, copyvio editors, etc., then aggressively threaten and harass editors who express frustration at how slow administrative processes are when dealing with issues that aren't "sexy" enough. It's kinda hard to follow both WP:DFTT and AGF when no one is actually doing anything about the trolls.
- And yes, the admin the above was referring to did continue to harass me, and not only did they not get any pushback (let alone desysopping, which should be a dagger always hanging over the heads of admins who violate WP:HARASS), but they actually got their way (I was driven off the project for several weeks).
- Admins who recognize that a tag-teaming pair of editors in a content dispute are completely wrong on the content, block the next one they see reverting to the bad version, and then when the blocked editor's friend continues reverting, just reverts back and protects the page. If you recognize that an edit war is taking place because of tendentious editors on one side, and one continues edit-warring after the other has been blocked, just block both of them, and don't protect the page as though the one tendentious editor was less tendentious than the other.
Favourite Wikipedia quotes
This section will be built up, hopefully, over time. I just wanted to preserve one particular gem that I noticed today.
- No one objected to the disputed statement
Other stuff to be kept here for the time being
- Until further notice, everything I said here still stands. Whether anyone else agrees is another matter.
List of editors who have hounded me
Not naming names, for WP:POLEMIC and WP:GRAVE reasons, except perhaps in cases of people who were site-banned and/or not naming them (or giving specific links that would identify them) would create ambiguity and lead to the reverse (my accidentally attacking editors who don't deserve it) being the case.
- In 2006, an editor who was absolutely convinced that the word "mythology" was in all cases uncountable and could not be used to refer to "a collection of myths and/or stories of gods, etc. associated with a particular culture or religious tradition" went around "correcting" my use of phrases like "Japanese mythology" (claiming it meant "the study of Japanese myths") and "the mythologies of various cultures" (which he believed to be ungrammatical), and so on. At the time I was going into my final year of secondary school and didn't want to get in fights with users who might know (certainly claimed to know) more than I did about scholarly topics, but looking back on it I can't believer I was stupid enough not to call the editor out.
- In 2012/2013, I happened across an article written by an obvious COI editor trying to shill his own book, and taking AGF too far as I normally do, I treated him like he was on the level and attempted to argue based on policy and scholarly literature that my view of the article(s) in question should prevail. When he couldn't get his way he started going around to other articles, many of which were in my wheelhouse and certainly not his, and making similar problematic, self-promotional edits. I had trouble convincing enough of the community to handle him the way he needed to, and eventually just asked for a two-way IBAN, at which point he basically left the project. For two months. Then he came back, claimed I had violated the IBAN by accidentally editing the same page he had, and suddenly made a string of edits to a bunch of articles on topics he had never shown any interest in before but were clearly within my scope of interest. At that point I was able to get the two-way IBAN converted into a one-way, and he all but left the project permanently.
- Also in 2012/2013, another editor who openly flouted his contempt for a particular aspect of WP:MOS-JA (specifically its mandating the use of macrons for long vowels) started harassing me for disagreeing with him. I noted that he had written a bunch of (honestly pretty bad all-round) articles that violated MOS-JA on this point, so I corrected them, at which point he started accusing me of hounding him in every second edit he made, while also closely following on my tail whenever I edited an article on Japanese cinema (an area I had been editing in before he had, but which he claimed I had no legit interest in). Eventually he made a real-world threat against me, and was indeffed. Then he created a sock account that continue to follow me around. After that account was blocked, he carried out his real-world threat, which freaked me so much the fuck out (also I was afraid I would be fired from my job if I continued editing Wikipedia at all, even during my personal time; my boss at the time was not very understanding and didn't seem to appreciate that it was not a concerned citizen worried about a waste of my employer's resources but rather an internet troll pretending to be a concerned citizen -- you can perhaps see my bias when it comes to the James Gunn article now) that I left the project. After a personnel shift in my office (new, friendlier, more net-savvy boss), and a renewal of my contract, made it clear that I would not be fired as long as I kept my Wikipedia editing outside of work hours, I returned in some capacity, at which point my harasser started keeping a blog about me and my Wikipedia activity. He also continued editing Wikipedia, creating several accounts whose usernames included references to my parents' home address (which he got by Googling my real name and tracking down an old CV I had uploaded to a freelance translation site), and ... generally making life miserable for me any time I tried to edit the encyclopedia, up to at least spring of 2014, when I started commenting on his blog and pointing out how all of his criticisms of me were full of shit.
- Also in 2012/2013, an editor who supported #2 up above and was also engaged in a milder form of self-promotion, started undermining me any chance he got. During the time I was off the project
Editors who were lost in the Great 2019 Purge
- wiki-suicide by a small cadre of malicious editors. AFAIAC, it was one of the greatest blotches on the history of Wikipedia. That no one made any attempt whatsoever to keep the trolls from coming after his friends after he was gone is a crying shame, but given what happened to him I can't say I'm all that surprised. was harassed to the point of
- -- thanks for your usual bang-up job, ArbCom!
- And very nearly me, if we're being honest.
A: So I really think the problem with the Wikipedia harassment policy page's wording is that it facilitates false charges of harassment against editors who are protecting the encyclopedia from tendentious editors.
B: Umm ... I'm just going to note that A is currently involved in an ANI discussion about POV-pushing on articles related to Rohingya people of Myanmar.
A: Wait ... what does that have to do with any of this? Anyway, as for the Rohingya, I think I'm correct on the substance; but seriously, why are you bringing that up?
B: You're clearly wrong about the Rohingya, and I don't think that statement by ArbCom that "A's conduct on the Rohingya talk page was perfectly in line with policy, and those who say otherwise are wrong and have apparently been doing so for tendentious reasons" means quite what you say it does. And I don't think you should be talking about it here.
A: Okay, if you really want to talk about the Rohingya, I'll take it to your talk page.
B: You are wrong about the Rohingya and I think it's a bad idea for you to be talking about it.
A: But ... you're the one who brought it up and kept honing in on it ... !?
B: I've been repeatedly telling you you should not be talking about it. Get off my talk page.
Articles I wrote
Here's what is meant to be a comprehensive list of both new pages I created and articles originally created by others but which I hijacked at some point.
These articles were started by User:Elvenscout742:
|Satō Tadanobu||2012/12/25||Article AFDed by sockpuppet of banned user JoshuSasori|
|Ukare Gitsune Senbon Zakura||2012/12/25||Article stripped of "unsourced" content by sockpuppet of banned user JoshuSasori, who had taken pride in having written a bunch of unsourced film articles|
|Utsunomiya Yoritsuna||2012/12/19||Article (successfully!) speedied by sockpuppet of banned user JoshuSasori; not recreated until I returned to active production more than two years later|
|Waka (poetry)||2012/11/17||Mostly a patchwork of unsourced crap from its creation to now (August 2015)|
|Flag of Iwate Prefecture||2012/10/24||Only prefectural flag to have an independent article! Wooh!|
|Uta monogatari||2012/9/13||Let's not talk about it...|
|Ochiai Naobumi||2012/9/11||Article stripped of "unsourced" content by sockpuppet of banned user JoshuSasori; earlier unsuccessfully speedied by a reckless edit-warrior who was apparently banned soon thereafter for unrelated reasons|
|Twenty-Four Eyes||2006/12/22||Living proof that I was editing Japanese cinema articles before JoshuSasori even had an account -- users who wrongly accuse me of trolling and edit-warring have a nasty habit of getting banned, don't they?|
|Cædmon's Hymn||2005/6/21||While I am not and never have been a specialist in Anglo-Saxon literature, it was a hobby of mine in junior high school. However, as the other articles on this list should demonstrate, I'm not very good at coming up with good articles off the bat, and at the time I started this article I didn't really understand WP:WEIGHT. My source for the statements in the early versions of the article was Brian Branston, who is anything but "fringe" or "non-mainstream" in the field of early Anglo-Saxon literature. Indeed, even now the article Anglo-Saxon paganism cites him 12 times. However, when I read him I was only 16, and the exact implications of what he was saying apparently went over my head. I have never been an expert on Cædmon's Hymn, and at the time I created the page I was working with only two independent sources (Branston and the 4th and 7th editions of the Norton Anthology of English Literature). I merely thought that as one of the earliest extant pieces of English-language writing, the Hymn definitely deserved its own article, and created an initial draft based on what I knew. It was wrong to assume bad faith and say that I "created the page to highlight a non-mainstream view". The page quickly got redirected to the article on Cædmon. I hadn't known that I should have taken all the information out of that article and added it to the new one, but I assumed the poem was more famous than the poet, and since the poem didn't have an independent article it probably hadn't been discussed anywhere on Wikipedia. I had never seriously argued the POV that the Hymn contains pagan themes, and would have accepted that this was fringe and should not be in the article if the other users had accepted that the article should exist. However, four years later (during my wikiretirement) my view that the topic should have its own independent article prevailed. I was still the one who started it, though.|
|Susumu Nakanishi||2014-02-18||Created page on the father of the Okura Immigrant Theory as part of my ongoing campaign of trolling against users of such diverse interests and editing patterns as JZ, CN, TH, ND and SG. Or something. Yeah, that's the ticket. I'm just trolling everyone. That totally explains my actions on the Yamanoue no Okura page over the past three years. And all my other Japanese poetry edits summarized on this page, for that matter. Yeah...|
|Ōe no Chisato||2014-09-14||Ogura Hyakunin Isshu 23|
|Sone no Yoshitada||2014-09-14||Ogura Hyakunin Isshu 46|
|Fujiwara no Kiyosuke||2015-04-01||Ogura Hyakunin Isshu 84|
|Asukai no Masatsune||2015-04-06||Ogura Hyakunin Isshu 94|
|Koshikibu no Naishi||2015-05-09||Ogura Hyakunin Isshu 60|
|Daini no Sanmi||2015-07-09||Ogura Hyakunin Isshu 58|
|Fujiwara no Sadayori||2015-08-02||Ogura Hyakunin Isshu 64|
|Sagami (poet)||2015-08-02||Ogura Hyakunin Isshu 65|
|Minamoto no Hitoshi||2015-08-02||Ogura Hyakunin Isshu 39|
|Egyō||2015-08-02||Ogura Hyakunin Isshu 47|
|Fujiwara no Yoshitaka||2015-08-02||Ogura Hyakunin Isshu 50|
|Fujiwara no Sanekata||2015-08-02||Ogura Hyakunin Isshu 51|
|Fujiwara no Michinobu||2015-08-02||Ogura Hyakunin Isshu 52|
|Takashina no Takako||2015-08-02||Ogura Hyakunin Isshu 54|
|Ryōzen||2015-08-02||Ogura Hyakunin Isshu 70|
|Shun'e||2015-08-02||Ogura Hyakunin Isshu 85|
|Gyōson||2015-08-02||Ogura Hyakunin Isshu 66|
|Dōin||2015-08-02||Ogura Hyakunin Isshu 82|
|Kashū (poetry)||2015-08-10||Created stub to fix redlinks in many of the other articles in this table|
|Suō no Naishi||2015-08-16||Ogura Hyakunin Isshu 67|
|Ariwara clan||2015-08-29||Removing some of the red-links I added to the Ariwara no Narihira article -- I wonder if I can get that one to FA-standard...|
|Prince Abo||2015-08-29||Removing some of the red-links I added to the Ariwara no Narihira article -- I wonder if I can get that one to FA-standard...|
|List of Japanese court ranks, positions and hereditary titles||2015-08-30||Removing a lot of the red-links I added to the Ariwara no Narihira article -- I wonder if I can get that one to FA-standard...|
|Princess Ito||2015-09-06||Removing one of the red-links I added to the Ariwara no Narihira article -- I wonder if I can get that one to FA-standard...|
|Ōe no Otondo||2015-09-13||Removing one of the red-links I added to the Ariwara no Narihira article (as well as my other baby Ōe no Chisato) -- I wonder if I can get that one to FA-standard...|
|Ariwara no Motokata||2015-09-13||Removing one of the red-links I added to the Ariwara no Narihira article (as well as the Ariwara no Muneyana article coming soon) -- I wonder if I can get that one to FA-standard...|
|Ōmi no Mifune||2015-11-17|
|Xiaopin (literary genre)||2016-04-03|
|Chinese influence on Korean culture||2016-04-19||Created page that was requested the previous June.|
|Yu Wuling||2016-11-03||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2016.|
|Zhang Hu (poet)||2016-11-04||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2016.|
|Han Hong (poet)||2016-11-04||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2016.|
|Zu Yong||2016-11-06||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2016.|
|Yuan Jie||2016-11-06||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2016.|
|Zhu Qingyu||2016-11-06||Originally meant to be part of Wikipedia Asian Month, but not finished by the deadline. Technically, since the page was started in November (see User:Hijiri88/Zhu Qingyu) it could have just about squeezed through, but that would have been questionable. I had already passed the four-article bar anyway. Hopefully in 2017, I will be able to write articles on English Wikipedia on topics I know more about; bear in mind that on August 2 of 2015, I created twelve articles in the space of a day. Topics in my principal area of expertise are excluded from WAM on Japanese Wikipedia, and my French ability isn't what it used to be.|
|Ma Dai (poet)||2016-11-06||Originally meant to be part of Wikipedia Asian Month, but not finished by the deadline. Technically, since the page was started in November (see User:Hijiri88/Ma Dai (poet)) it could have just about squeezed through, but that would have been questionable. I had already passed the four-article bar anyway. Hopefully in 2017, I will be able to write articles on English Wikipedia on topics I know more about; bear in mind that on August 2 of 2015, I created twelve articles in the space of a day. Topics in my principal area of expertise are excluded from WAM on Japanese Wikipedia, and my French ability isn't what it used to be.|
|Liu Xijun (poet)||2016-11-24||Originally meant to be part of Wikipedia Asian Month, but not finished by the deadline. Technically, since the page was started in November (see User:Hijiri88/Liu Xijun (poet)) it could have just about squeezed through, but that would have been questionable. I had already passed the four-article bar anyway. Hopefully in 2017, I will be able to write articles on English Wikipedia on topics I know more about; bear in mind that on August 2 of 2015, I created twelve articles in the space of a day. Topics in my principal area of expertise are excluded from WAM on Japanese Wikipedia, and my French ability isn't what it used to be.|
|Short Biography of Li He||2017-09-17|
|Matsuranomiya monogatari||2017-10-13||Article was created on en.wiki on this date by User:Feminist, based fairly directly on a draft I had put on fr.wiki and linked below.|
|Aigo no Waka||2017-11-01||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Kaki Mon'in||2017-11-01||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Un'yō Wakashū||2017-11-01||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Eiga Ittei||2017-11-01||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Nara Basin||2017-11-01||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Kenreimon-in Ukyō no Daibu||2017-11-01||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Prince Yuhara||2017-11-01||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Katō Enao||2017-11-02||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Sōmon (poetry)||2017-11-02||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Nijō Tameuji||2017-11-03||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Nijō Tameyo||2017-11-03||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Unshō||2017-11-03||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Saigū no Nyōgo Shū||2017-11-03||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Nijō Taikō Taigōgū no Daini||2017-11-04||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Nise Monogatari||2017-11-04||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Nijō Tamemichi||2017-11-04||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Kana preface||2017-11-05||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Kakinomoto clan||2017-11-05||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017. Technically, this was originally part of the Kakinomoto no Hitomaro article as written by me, but was split off because of it's feeling a bit too detailed for an article specifically about the clan's most famous member. Part of my "Hitomaro" series.|
|Ki no Yoshimochi||2017-11-05||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Kakinomoto Shrine (Akashi)||2017-11-05||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017. Part of my "Hitomaro" series.|
|Kakinomoto no Ason Hitomaro Kashū||2017-11-07||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017. Part of my "Hitomaro" series.|
|Nijō Tamefuyu||2017-11-07||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Nijō Tamefuji||2017-11-07||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Nijō Tamesada||2017-11-07||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Nijō Tameakira||2017-11-08||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Niiname-no-Matsuri||2017-11-08||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017. Title was selected arbitrarily, as the first spelling I could find that wasn't already a redirect to an article on a loosely related topic.|
|Nijōin no Sanuki Shū||2017-11-09||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Ogi no Shiori||2017-11-09||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Ni-jū-hachi Hon Narabi ni Ku Hon Shiika||2017-11-09||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Okikaze-shū||2017-11-10||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Chokusen wakashū||2017-11-10||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Oka Rokumon||2017-11-11||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Okayama (dance)||2017-11-11||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Okamoto Yasutaka||2017-11-11||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Okamoto Kyōsai Zatcho||2017-11-12||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Kojiki-den||2017-11-12||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Kojiki Uragaki||2017-11-12||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Kojiki Tōsho||2017-11-12||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Textual tradition of The Tale of Genji||2017-11-12||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Ishikawa Masamochi||2017-11-12||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Genchū Yoteki||2017-11-12||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Koshikibu (one-volume otogi-zōshi)||2017-11-13||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017. Part of the otogi-zōshi series I am obviously building.|
|Koshikibu (two-volume otogi-zōshi)||2017-11-13||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017. Part of the otogi-zōshi series I am obviously building.|
|Kojijū-shū||2017-11-13||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Asukai family||2017-11-14||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Aisome-gawa (Noh)||2017-11-14||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Komachi Sōshi||2017-11-14||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017. Part of the otogi-zōshi series I am obviously building.|
|Aki no Yo no Naga Monogatari||2017-11-14||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017. Part of the otogi-zōshi series I am obviously building.|
|Asada no Yasu||2017-11-16||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Asano no Katori||2017-11-16||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Asukai Masaaki||2017-11-16||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Asukai Masaaki (17th-century poet)||2017-11-16||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Anpō||2017-11-16||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Ikusa no Ōkimi||2017-11-16||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Tane maku Hito||2017-11-22||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Kōun Senshu||2017-11-22||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Umi ni Ikuru Hitobito||2017-11-23||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Sunao Tokunaga||2017-11-23||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Taiyō no nai Machi||2017-11-23||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Senki||2017-11-23||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Kōun||2017-11-23||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Tajihi clan||2017-11-25||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Ono no Minemori||2017-11-25||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Utsubo Kubota||2017-11-26||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Yūgure Maeda||2017-11-26||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Chikashi Koizumi||2017-11-26||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Aisome-gawa (otogi-zōshi)||2017-11-27||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017. Part of the otogi-zōshi series I am obviously building.|
|Aishōka||2017-11-27||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Zenmaro Toki||2017-11-27||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Satarō Satō||2017-11-27||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Shintaishi||2017-11-27||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Natsume Sōseki's kanshi||2017-11-28||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017.|
|Utatane no Sōshi||2017-11-28||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017. Apparently never submitted. No idea why. Part of the otogi-zōshi series I am obviously building.|
|Urashima Tarō (otogi-zōshi)||2018-01-27||Part of the otogi-zōshi series I am obviously building.|
|Ariake no Wakare||2018-01-27|
|Interpretation of the title of the Man'yōshū||2018-01-31||Part of my "Man'yōshū" series.|
|Ishikawa no Iratsume||2018-02-05|
|Hiketabe no Akaiko||2018-02-18|
|List of Man'yōshū poets||2018-02-18||Part of my "Man'yōshū" series.|
|Saeki no Akamaro||2018-02-24|
|Hitomaru-eigu||2018-05-13||Part of my "Hitomaro" series.|
|Shihon-ji||2018-05-13||Part of my "Hitomaro" series.|
|Komachi Monogatari||2018-05-19||Part of the otogi-zōshi series I am obviously building. Also part of the Ono no Komachi series I'll probably ultimately wind up building.|
|Sotoba Komachi||2018-05-19||Part of the Ono no Komachi series I'll probably ultimately wind up building.|
|Rashōmon (otogi-zōshi)||2018-06-24||Part of the otogi-zōshi series I am obviously building.|
|Yuki-onna Monogatari||2018-06-24||Part of the otogi-zōshi series I am obviously building.|
|Tennō Sekkan Daijin Eizukan||2018-07-07|
|Tenshō-daijin Honji||2018-07-07||Part of the otogi-zōshi series I am obviously building.|
|Tenjin no Honji||2018-07-08||Part of the otogi-zōshi series I am obviously building. Also part of the Sugawara no Michizane series I'll probably ultimately wind up building.|
|Medieval Japanese literature||2018-07-08||Part of what I hope will ultimately become a series of articles such as Ancient Japanese literature, Heian literature (title?), Early modern Japanese literature, Kindai literature (title?) and Gendai literature (title?)|
|List of Kokinshū poets||2018-07-15||Based on the List of Man'yōshū poets model; obviously it's a much smaller collection with a smaller pool of named poets, so it's never going to be a long list, but still.|
|Shimokōbe Yukihira||2018-07-29||A bit of malicious trolling on my part. I haven't gotten around to rewriting our Yukihira article yet, but before doing that I decided to create another article on a much more obscure historical figure, which as of this writing is longer and more detailed than our article on the "main" Yukihira.|
|Fujiwara no Akiuji||2018-08-30|
|Fujiwara no Akitsuna||2018-08-30|
|Fujiwara no Akihira||2018-08-31|
|Fujiwara no Akinaka||2018-09-02|
|Fujiwara no Asamitsu||2018-09-03|
|Fujiwara no Atsuie||2018-09-04|
|Fujiwara no Atsutaka||2018-09-06|
|Fujiwara no Atsunobu||2018-09-06|
|Jun Kubota||2018-09-08||Placeholder stub created because someone created a really useless redirect for a minor character in an obscure video game who had a similar name to a famous literary scholar, and not knowing this I linked to said redirect in an article I was drafting. Speaking of which...|
|Fujiwara no Nagaie||2018-09-08|
|Hiroshi Ono (scholar)||2018-09-10||Placeholder stub created because the existence of a Hiroshi Ono (photographer) article broke a link I added to another article.|
|Ruijū Karin||2018-11-23||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2018.|
|Fujiwara no Nakazane||2018-11-28||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2018.|
|Shichijō-in||2018-11-29||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2018.|
|Man'yōshū Jidai-kō||2018-11-30||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2018.|
|Fujiwara no Ryoshi||2018-12-16|
|Fujiwara no Taishi (died 794)||2018-12-18|
|Fushimi-in no Shinsaishō||2018-12-18|
|Chikakiyo's fifth daughter||2018-12-18|
|Aiko Satō (writer)||2018-12-19|
|Wasan||2018-12-30||Placeholder stub created because, while expanding the Medieval Japanese literature article, I noticed someone had created this page as a redirect to another article that had a perfectly good English title; since Buddhist hymn in colloquial Japanese is highly unwieldy as an article title, I think a reasonable argument could be made that the base title should be the Buddhist hymn, unless Japanese mathematics is so popular among en.wiki's readership that it is in fact the PRIMARYTOPIC and my stub should be moved to Wasan (hymn)...?|
|Ōtomo no Sakanoue no Ō-otome||2019-02-19||Just felt like it, I guess.|
|Kasa no Kanamura||2019-03-21|
|Abe no Hironiwa||2019-03-21|
|Takechi no Kurohito||2019-03-22|
|Abe no Iratsume||2019-03-22|
|Omina no Chichihaha||2019-03-22||The ultimate rebuttal to anyone who would ever dare call me a "deletionist".|
|Tanabe no Sakimaro||2019-03-23|
|Ki no Iratsume||2019-03-24|
|Fujiwara no Iratsume||2019-03-24|
|Heguri-uji no Iratsume||2019-03-24|
|Nakatomi no Iratsume||2019-03-26|
|Ki no Maetsukimi||2019-04-04|
|Onoshi no Tamori||2019-04-05|
|Kadobe no Iwatari||2019-04-06|
|Ono no Kunikata||2019-04-07|
|Abe no Kooji||2019-06-06|
Rewrites/expansions of existing articles (where 90+% of the text following was mine)
|Sakanoue no Korenori||2015-03-31||Ogura Hyakunin Isshu 31; total rewrite from scratch (drafted in user space based on independent sources; unaware that article already existed because of a misspelling in another article — Wikipedia is funny sometimes)|
|Kokuchūkai||2015-04-02||Total rewrite from scratch (drafted off-wiki based on independent sources)|
|Ono no Komachi||2015-04-02||Ogura Hyakunin Isshu 9; total rewrite from scratch (drafted off-wiki based on independent sources)|
|Imakagami||2015-06-18||I actually completely forgot I did this one for the longest time. Weird.|
|Kenji Miyazawa||2015-08-10||Total rewrite and massive expansion, originally taking place in user space, later on talk sub-page, before being overlaid onto mainspace on date cited left (but project still ongoing)|
|Ariwara no Narihira||2015-08-27||Ogura Hyakunin Isshu 17; total rewrite from scratch (drafted in user space based on independent sources); promoted to GA status 2016-06-26|
|Li He||2017-01-28||Noted Tang dynasty poet whose coverage on English Wikipedia until my edit was pretty bare.|
|Kakinomoto no Hitomaro||2017-09-30 to 2017-10-29||Noted Asuka poet whose coverage on English Wikipedia until my edit was unsourced and messy. Part of my "Hitomaro" series.|
|Kani Kōsen||2017-11-23||Part of Wikipedia Asian Month 2017. Don't ask -- it's a long story.|
|Akazome Emon||2018-02-18 to 2018-02-25|
|Kujō-in||2018-12-18||Originally meant to be a new article at a new title, but realized when it was almost finished that someone had created a shitty one-sentence sub-stub at an obscure, non-standard title back in 2011 (based on ja.wiki) without adding redirects.|
On other Wikipedias
- ja:満誓 (before I realized that articles on Japanese topics weren't covered under Japanese Wikipedia's Asian Month for a pretty obvious reason)
- ja:篁物語 (same)
- fr:Izumi Shikibu nikki (part of French Wikipedia's Asian Month)
- fr:Matsuranomiya monogatari (same; first draft written in English, if anyone is interested in reading it -- the subject is not covered on English Wikipedia as of November 2016)
- fr:Uchigiki shū (same)
- fr:Shōmonki (same)
Articles I haven't written yet
|Ariwara no Muneyana||Ariwara no Narihira red-link|
|Ariwara no Shigeharu||Ariwara no Narihira red-link|
|Fujii no Fujiko||Ariwara no Narihira red-link|
|Fujiwara no Minamiko||Ariwara no Narihira red-link|
|Narihira-shū||Ariwara no Narihira red-link|
|Sanjūrokunin-shū||Ariwara no Narihira red-link|
|engo||Ariwara no Narihira red-link|
|Kagawa Kageki||Ariwara no Narihira red-link|
|Peter McMillan||Ariwara no Narihira red-link|
|Makane Sekitani||Ariwara no Narihira red-link|
|Yōichi Katagiri||Ariwara no Narihira red-link|
|Britannica Kokusai Dai-Hyakkajiten||Ariwara no Narihira red-link|
|MyPaedia||Ariwara no Narihira red-link|
|Bungaku (magazine)||Ariwara no Narihira red-link|
|Kotobank||Ariwara no Narihira red-link|
|Fujiwara no Takaiko||Ariwara no Narihira red-link|
|Yasuko (priestess)||Ariwara no Narihira red-link|
|Sagoromo Monogatari||Ariwara no Narihira red-link|
|Teisuke Fukui||Ariwara no Narihira red-link|
|Gōshidai||Ariwara no Narihira red-link|
|Takashina no Moronao||Ariwara no Narihira red-link|
|Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten||Ariwara no Narihira red-link|
|Kanshō Nihon Koten Bungaku||Ariwara no Narihira red-link|
|Nihon Koten Bungaku Zenshū||Ariwara no Narihira red-link|
|Kama ga Fuchi Futatsu-domoe, ja:釜淵双級巴||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Kamakura Ōzōshi, ja:鎌倉大草紙||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Kamakura Kaidō (haikai anthology), ja:鎌倉海道||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Kamakura Gozanki, ja:鎌倉五山記||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Kamakura Sandaiki, ja:鎌倉三代記||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Kamakura Jikki, ja:鎌倉実記||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Kamakura Shogei Sode Nikki, ja:鎌倉諸芸袖日記||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Kamakura Senku, ja:鎌倉千句||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Kamakura Sode Nikki, ja:鎌倉袖日記||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Kamakura Buke Kagami, ja:鎌倉武家鑑||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Kōyō-hen, ja:巷謡篇||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Kōyō Wakashū, ja:黄葉和歌集||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Kōrai Honzō, ja:康頼本草||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Kōran Shōshū, ja:紅蘭小集||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Gō-rihō Shū, ja:江吏部集||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Kōryū-ji Engi, ja:広隆寺縁起||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Kōryū Ruidai Wakashū, ja:幸隆類題和歌集||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Kōryōshū (kanshi), ja:江陵集||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Kōryōshū (waka), ja:向陵集||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Gōrui Setsuyō-shū, ja:合類節用集||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fukuro-byōshi||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fukuwara Bin Kagami||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Buke Uta-awase||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Buke Giri Monogatari||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Buke Genseiroku||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fuke-go||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Buke Kojitsu||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Buke Setsuyōshū||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Buke Chōhōki||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Buke Hanjō||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Buke Myōmokushō||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Bukō Zakki||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Bukōjin Tsuika||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fusai Sonkō||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fuji (Noh)||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fujii Konozō Isshōki||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fuji-ishi||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fujii Takanao||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fujii Chikugai||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fujii no Hironari||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fujii Ransai||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fujiokaya Nikki||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fujikawa Sanpachi||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fujikawa no Ki||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fujikawa Hyakushu||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fushiki Soga||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fuji-gyōja Jikigyō-roku||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fujisawa Tōgai||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fuji-san (Noh)||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fuji-san no Honji||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Buji Shiyūi||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fuji-daiko||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fujitaka Jiki||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fujita Chōzaemon||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fujita Tōko||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fujitani Mitsue||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fujitani Mitsue no Ushi Kabun||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fujita Yūkoku||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fushizuke Shidai||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Buji Teiyō||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fujito||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fujito Mimasu Suehiro Soga||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fuji Nikki||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fujino Ōrai||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fuji no Takane (zappai)||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fuji no Hitoana||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fuji no Hitoana Kenbutsu||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fuji no Mi||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fuji-bukuro no Sōshi||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fuji-matsu||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fushi-matsu Kaka||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fushimi (Noh)||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fushimi-tennō Shinki||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fushimi Tokiwa (kōwaka)||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fushimi Tokiwa (jōruri)||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fuji Mōde||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fujimoto Kizan||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fujimoto Tobun||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fujimoto Heizaemon||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fujimoto Yūko||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fushimono||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fushimono-hen||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
|Fujimori Kōan||Has an article in the Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten|
- Fujiwara no Akitaka
- Fujiwara no Akirakeiko
- Fujiwara no Asakari
- Fujiwara no Atsumitsu
- Fujiwara no Ienari
- Fujiwara no Oguromaro
- Fujiwara no Ototsugu
- Fujiwara no Otoei
- Fujiwara no Otomaro
- Fujiwara no Onshi (died 907) (Empress Shichijō, Shichijō-kōgō, 七条皇后, 藤原温子, Fujiwara no Onshi (wife of Emperor Uda))
- Fujiwara no Onshi (died 954) (Empress Gojō, Gojō no Kisaki, 五条后, 藤原穏子, Fujiwara no Onshi (wife of Emperor Daigo))
- Fujiwara no Kagekiyo
- Fujiwara no Kadonomaro
- Fujiwara no Karyū
- Fujiwara no Kanshi (died 1127) (Empress Shijō, Shijō no Kisaki, 四条后, 藤原寛子, Fujiwara no Kanshi (Yorimichi's daughter))
- Fujiwara no Kanshi (died 1102) (Empress Ono, Ono no Kisaki, 小野の后, 藤原歓子, Fujiwara no Kanshi (Norimichi's daughter))
- Fujiwara no Kusuko
- Fujiwara no Kunitsuna
- Fujiwara no Kunihira
- Fujiwara no Kenshi (died 1229) (藤原兼子, Kyō no Tsubone, 卿局, Kyō no Nii, 卿二位)
- Fujiwara no Kenshi (died 1027) (藤原妍子)
- Fujiwara no Kunihira
- Fujiwara no Kisshi
- Fujiwara no Kōshi (Empress Horikawa 藤原媓子, Horikawa-chūgū, 堀河中宮)
- Fujiwara no Korekata
- Fujiwara no Koreshige
- Fujiwara no Korefusa
- Fujiwara no Koremichi
- Fujiwara no Koreyuki
- Fujiwara no Sadako (Empress Teishi)
- Fujiwara no Sadatoshi
- Fujiwara no Sadanobu
- Fujiwara no Sanetoo (Fujiwara no Sanetō)
- Fujiwara no Shishi
- Fujiwara no Shukushi (Fujiwara no Yoshiko)
- Fujiwara no Sumitomo no ran
- Fujiwara no Seishi (died 1025) (Fujiwara no Seishi (10th century), Fujiwara no Seishi (10th century), Fujiwara no Seishi (born 972))
- Fujiwara no Seishi (died 1181) (Kōka Mon'in, Fujiwara no Seishi (12th century), Fujiwara no Seishi (14th century), Fujiwara no Seishi (born 1121))
- Fujiwara no Senshi (Higashisanjō-in)
- Fujiwara no Sonohito
- Fujiwara no Takaaki
- Fujiwara no Takaiko
- Fujiwara no Takasue
- Fujiwara no Takatoshi
- Fujiwara no Takafusa
- Fujiwara no Takayoshi
- Fujiwara no Tadanobu
- Fujiwara no Tadafumi (Fujiwara no Tadabumi)
- Fujiwara no Tameko
- Fujiwara no Tamesuke
- Fujiwara no Tametsune
- Fujiwara no Tamenari
- Fujiwara no Tamenobu
- Fujiwara no Tamenori
- Fujiwara no Tamefusa
- Fujiwara no Tsunefusa
- Fujiwara no Tsunemune
- Fujiwara no Teishi (died 1001) (Fujiwara no Teishi (died 1000), Empress Teishi)
- Fujiwara no Nakamaro no ran
- Fujiwara no Nagazane
- Fujiwara no Naritoki
- Fujiwara no Narinobu
- Fujiwara no Neishi
- Fujiwara no Nobutaka
- Fujiwara no Nobutada
- Fujiwara no Nobufusa
- Fujiwara no Norikane
- Fujiwara no Norinaga
- Fujiwara no Haruaki
- Fujiwara no Hideyasu
- Fujiwara no Hirotsugu
- Fujiwara no Hirotsugu no ran
- Fujiwara no Fujifusa
- Fujiwara no Fuyuo
- Fujiwara no Michiie
- Fujiwara no Michitsuna
- Fujiwara no Michitsuna no haha
- Fujiwara no Michitoshi
- Fujiwara no Michihira
- Fujiwara no Mitsuchika
- Fujiwara no Mitsunaga
- Fujiwara no Mitsuchika
- Fujiwara no Miya
- Fujiwara no Miyako
- Fujiwara no Motoie
- Fujiwara no Motokata
- Fujiwara no Motonaga
- Fujiwara no Motomichi
- Fujiwara no Moromasa
- Fujiwara no Moromitsu
- Fujiwara no Yasusuke
- Fujiwara no Yasunori-den
- Fujiwara no Yasumasa
- Fujiwara no Yasukage
- Fujiwara no Yukimitsu
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- Kami, Hiroshi (1983). "Kamakura Ōzōshi" 鎌倉大草紙. Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten 日本古典文学大辞典 (in Japanese). 2. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten. p. 3. OCLC 11917421.
- Shiraishi, Teizō (1983). "Kamakura Kaidō" 鎌倉海道. Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten 日本古典文学大辞典 (in Japanese). 2. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten. p. 3. OCLC 11917421.
- Imaeda, Aishin (1983). "Kamakura Gozanki" 鎌倉五山記. Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten 日本古典文学大辞典 (in Japanese). 2. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten. pp. 3–4. OCLC 11917421.
- Uchiyama, Mikiko (1983). "Kamakura Sandaiki" 鎌倉三代記. Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten 日本古典文学大辞典 (in Japanese). 2. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten. p. 4. OCLC 11917421.
- Nakamura, Yukihiko (1983). "Kamakura Jikki" 鎌倉実記. Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten 日本古典文学大辞典 (in Japanese). 2. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten. p. 4. OCLC 11917421.
- Hamada, Keisuke (1983). "Kamakura Shogei Sode Nikki" 鎌倉諸芸袖日記. Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten 日本古典文学大辞典 (in Japanese). 2. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten. pp. 4–5. OCLC 11917421.
- Yunoue, Sanae (1983). "Kamakura Senku" 鎌倉千句. Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten 日本古典文学大辞典 (in Japanese). 2. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten. p. 5. OCLC 11917421.
- Sakaguchi, Hiroyuki (1983). "Kamakura Sode Nikki" 鎌倉袖日記. Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten 日本古典文学大辞典 (in Japanese). 2. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten. p. 5. OCLC 11917421.
- Hasegawa, Tsuyoshi (1983). "Kamakura Buke Kagami" 鎌倉武家鑑. Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten 日本古典文学大辞典 (in Japanese). 2. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten. pp. 5–6. OCLC 11917421.
- Asano, Kenji (1983). "Kōyō-hen" 巷謡篇. Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten 日本古典文学大辞典 (in Japanese). 2. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten. p. 526. OCLC 11917421.
- Tachibana, Ritsu (1983). "Kōyō Wakashū" 黄葉和歌集. Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten 日本古典文学大辞典 (in Japanese). 2. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten. pp. 526–527. OCLC 11917421.
- Yoshida, Kanehiko (1983). "Kōrai Honzō" 康頼本草. Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten 日本古典文学大辞典 (in Japanese). 2. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten. p. 527. OCLC 11917421.
- Maeda, Ai (1983). "Kōran Shōshū" 紅蘭小集. Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten 日本古典文学大辞典 (in Japanese). 2. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten. p. 527. OCLC 11917421.
- Gotō, Akio (1983). "Gō-rihō Shū" 江吏部集. Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten 日本古典文学大辞典 (in Japanese). 2. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten. p. 527. OCLC 11917421.
- Tada, Kazuomi (1983). "Kōryū-ji Engi" 広隆寺縁起. Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten 日本古典文学大辞典 (in Japanese). 2. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten. p. 527. OCLC 11917421.
- Yoshimizu, Noboru (1983). "Gōrui Setsuyō-shū" 幸隆類題和歌集. Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten 日本古典文学大辞典 (in Japanese). 2. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten. p. 527. OCLC 11917421.
- Hino, Tatsuo (1983). "Kōryōshū" 江陵集. Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten 日本古典文学大辞典 (in Japanese). 2. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten. pp. 527–528. OCLC 11917421.
- Nomura, Takatsugu (1983). "Kōryōshū" 向陵集. Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten 日本古典文学大辞典 (in Japanese). 2. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten. p. 528. OCLC 11917421.
- Yasuda, Akira (1983). "Gōrui Setsuyō-shū" 合類節用集. Nihon Koten Bungaku Daijiten 日本古典文学大辞典 (in Japanese). 2. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten. p. 528. OCLC 11917421.