here are parts 2 and 3 as previews.
this is part one … nine to follow.
Hyakunin isshu (百人一首) is a traditional style of compiling Japanese waka poetry where each contributor writes one poem for the anthology.
the wakas used had been written between 1162 and 1241.
images courtesy UBC Library.
Poem / Vocals by James Eagalwulf – (http://www.reverbnation.com/Eagalwulf) Music by Kikai – (http://www.reverbnation.com/Kikai)
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