Bin Ueda

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Bin Ueda.

Bin Ueda (上田 敏?, Ueda Bin, October 30, 1874 – July 9, 1916) was a Japanese author.

Born in Tsukiji, Tokyo, he graduated from Tokyo Imperial University. His major work is Kaichoon 海潮音(The Sound of the Tide, 1905), a collection of translations from Western Poets by Ueda himself.

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