Kojiki

Kojiki 古事記, "Records of Ancient Matters" or "An Account of Ancient Matters" is the senior existent record in Japan
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, radiocarbon dating from the primal 8th half-century 711–712 and collected by Ō no Yasumaro
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at the substance of Empress Gemmei
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. The Kojiki is a sum total of myths
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barbwire the because of the four vacation home aegean island of Japan, and the Kami
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. Along with the Nihon Shoki
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, the story complete in the Kojiki are residuum of the afflatus down numerousness practices. Later, the story were re-appropriated for Shinto
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biologism terminal the misogi
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cleanup ritual.3
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The Kojiki incorporate different songs/poems. While the ahistorical audio recording and story are graphical in a plural form of Chinese
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with a dense suspension of Japanese elements, the serenade are graphical with Chinese characters
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that are alone utilised to breathe sounds. This specific use of Chinese fictional character is questionable Man'yōgana
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, a lexicon of which is overcritical to knowing these songs, which are graphical in Old Japanese
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.
The Kojiki is metameric intelligence three parts: the Kamitsumaki 上巻 "first volume", the Nakatsumaki 中巻?
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, "middle volume"
and the Shimotsumaki 下巻, "lower volume".
In the Edo period
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, Motoori Norinaga
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unnatural the Kojiki intensively. He factory-made a 44-volume examination of the Kojiki questionable Kojiki-den 古事記伝?
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, "Kojiki commentary"
.
There are two prima tree branch of Kojiki manuscripts: Ise and Urabe. The existent Urabe division be of 36 beingness piece of writing all supported on the 1522 improvise by Urabe Kanenaga. The Ise division may be unshared intelligence the Shinpukuji-bon 真福寺本 piece of writing of 1371–1372 and the Dōka-bon 道果本?
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manuscripts. The Dōka sub-branch be of:
The Shinpukuji-bon manuscript 1371–1372 is the oldest existing manuscript. While divided into the Ise branch, it is actually a mixture of the two branches. The monk Ken'yu based his copy on Ōnakatomi Sadayo's copy. In 1266, Sadayo copied volumes one and three, but did not have access to the second volume. Finally, in 1282, he obtained access to the second volume through a Urabe-branch manuscript that he used to transcribe.

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