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Gyōi (行 意?, 1177? - December 29, 1217), son of Fujiwara no Motofusa, was a Japanese poet and Buddhist monk of the late Heian, early Kamakura periods. Also known as 山科僧正, he is a member of the Thirty-Six Immortals of Poetry.
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