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Despite his comparatively humble origin, his poetic gifts brought him grudging recognition from the court and, eventually, a court-appointed office. The whole is dominated by a characteristic Buddhist view of the vanity of human endeavour and the impermanence of material things. His poetry was unusual in its extreme difficulty but possessed great tonal depth and resonance. Info Print Cite. Submit Feedback.

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It is admired as a classic literary and philosophical work. Traditionally, the ruler and absolute monarch of Japan was the emperor or empress, even if that person did not have the actual power to govern, and the many de facto leaders of the country throughout history—notably shoguns—always ruled in the name of the monarch.

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Kamo Chōmei

Information about Temples and Shrines in Japan. Information about famous Persons of Japan. Information about things concerning religious ceremonies, rites and rituals in Japan. Post a Comment. Daruma Pilgrims in Japan. He witnessed a series of natural and social disasters, and, having lost his political backing, was passed over for promotion within the Shinto shrine associated with his family. He decided to turn his back on society, take Buddhist vows, and became a hermit, living outside the capital.

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Kamo no Chōmei

Despite his comparatively humble origin, his poetic gifts brought him grudging recognition from the court and, eventually, a court-appointed office. The whole is dominated by a characteristic Buddhist view of the vanity of human endeavour and the impermanence of material things. His poetry was unusual in its extreme difficulty but possessed great tonal depth and resonance. Info Print Cite.

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