御茶屋之御掛物並御額御掛床字写 / Words, sayings, and verses of the scrolls, plaques, and tablets in the East Garden [Uchaya Udun]
The first volume of an anthology of words, sayings, and verses. There is no title written in the cover page, and the title Ochaya no Okakemono narabini Ongaku Okakedoko Ji Utsushi comes from the title written on the inner page. This book contains the words and sayings of Chinese envoys who came to Ryukyu, written on scrolls, plaques, and tablets placed in the East Garden (also known as Uchaya Udun "the Tea House"). Some red notes and reading aids can be found in the book, which indicates that the editor probably attempted to add some notes in the text. The book also includes Japanese verses composed by Giwan Chōho and others. On the inner title page is a note "copied in December, 1854," and on the colophon page at the back of the book are notes "mid-February, 1857," and "Futenmagwā Tarugani," who is probably the former owner.(Updated on August 4, 2015)
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