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The term Sanseki (三跡) or "three [brush] traces" is used in Japanese to refer to a group of three famous Heian period calligraphers:
- Ono no Michikaze, known as Yaseki from the character 野 in his name.
- Fujiwara no Yukinari, known as Gonseki from 権 in his court title.
- Fujiwara no Sukemasa, known as Saseki from the character 佐 in his name.
- Sanpitsu, a similar group of renowned calligraphers