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Takechi no Kurohito

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Takechi no Kurohito (高市黒人) was a Japanese waka poet of the Nara period.


The year of Takechi no Kurohito's birth is unknown.[1] His kabane was Muraji.[2]

He appears to have spent his career as a low-ranking civil servant.[3]

It is unknown when he died.[1]


16 poems in the Man'yōshū are attributed to him,[2] all of them tanka.[2] The poems are those numbered 58, 70, 270–277, 279–280, 283, 305,[a] 1718, and 4016.[2]


  1. ^ Attributed by some texts to Shōben.[2]



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