Shinkichi Takahashi (高橋 新吉, Takahashi Shinkichi, 1901 – 1987) was a Japanese poet. He was one of the pioneers of Dadaism in Japan. According to Makoto Ueda, he is also the only major Zen poet of modern Japanese literature.
He was born on Shikoku.
- Dadaist Shinkichi's Poetry 1923
- Triumph of the Sparrow: Zen Poems of Shinkichi Takahashi Translated by Lucien Stryk and Takashi Ikemoto. Grove Press, 2000
- After Images: Zen Poems by Shinkichi Takahashi Translated by Lucien Stryk and Takashi Ikemoto. Doubleday, Anchor Books, 1972
- Seascape. (verse)
- Spanish translation: En la quietud del mundo. Translated by José Luis Fernández Castillo and Kyoko Mizoguchi. Madrid, Pre-textos, 2018.
- "Takahashi Shinkichi". Sekai daihyakka jiten (in Japanese). Hitachi Solutions Business. Retrieved 3 May 2014.
- Makoto Ueda Modern Japanese Poets and the Nature of Literature p.335 Stanford University Press, 1983
- Zen Poetry: Let the Spring Breeze Enter edited by Lucien Stryk and Takashi Ikemoto. Grove Press, 1977
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