Objects & Places from The Kagero Diary: A Woman's Autobiographical Text from Tenth-century...

Edward Seidensticker
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Fujiwara's New Residence

This place was meant to bring comfort to an ailing person, though he or she quickly realized that they were not welcome at that place.

Fujiwara's Usual Place

This was the place of residence for a person's first spouse.

The Court Ministry

This place afforded a person his or her entire career.

Misasagi

This was a place of rest for a royal person.

Ishiyama

This place had a large monastery.

Shiga Mountains

This was the home of an adopted person from this diary.

Momozono Villa

This was the home of a high-ranking lady, who later left it to become a nun.

Kamo

This was a place visited by a person and their adopted child on a pilgrimage.

Nakagawa at Hirohata

This family residence was the ultimate home for one of the people when their health worsened.

Reizei Palace

This was the site of an annual...

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