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July 22, 1621|
January 23, 1699 (aged 77)|
|Occupation||Confucian scholar, Philosopher|
A famed educator, Kinoshita's students include Arai Hakuseki (who became advisor to the sixth Tokugawa shōgun, Tokugawa Ienobu), Amenomori Hōshū, Gion Nankai, Muro Kyūsō, Nishiyama Juntai, and Sakakibara Kōshū.
- Zenan Shu (2009). Cultural and political encounters with Chinese language in early modern Japan : the case of Kinoshita Jun'an (1621-1698), Thesis (D.Phil.), University of Oxford
- Hiroyuki Takeuchi and Hideto Ueno (1991), 木下順庵 / Kinoshita jun'an. Tokyo: Meitoku Shuppansha.
- Arai Hakuseki, Joyce Ackroyd (trans.) (1979), Told Round a Brushwood Fire, University of Tokyo Press.
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