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no. 51, Lady Gosechi
no. 61, Gojo Bridge Moon
no. 32, Kitayama moon -Toyohara Sumiaki
no. 2, Chang-E Flees to the Moon
no. 4, The Gion District
no. 14, Tsunenobu
no. 16, Sugawara no Michizane
no. 48, Huai River moon, Wu Zixu
no. 60, Received back into Moon Palace -Bamboo Cutter
no. 1, By now you must be near Komakata, a cuckoo calls -Takao
no. 26, Cassia-tree moon -Wu Gang
no. 39, Inamura Promontory moon at daybreak
no. 42, Moon of the enemy's lair -Little Prince Usu
no. 43, Theater-district dawn moon
no. 21, Itsukushima Moon -a Muro Courtesan
no. 50, The moon and the helm of a boat -Taira no Kiyotsune
no. 57, Reading by the Moon -Zi Luo
no. 59, In the Moonlight Under the Trees a Beautiful Woman Comes
no. 33, Dawn moon of the Shinto rites -festival on a hill
no. 56, Gen'i
no. 62, Moon of Enlightenment
no. 64, Mount Mikasa
no. 65, Katada Bay Moon, Saito Kuranosuke
no. 67, Joganden moon -Minamoto no Tsunemoto
no. 68, Moon of the Southern Sea
no. 69, Season temple moon -Captain Yoshitaka
no. 70, Mount Ashigara Moon- Yoshimitsu
no. 72, Mount Miyaji Moon, Moronaga
no. 75, Hidetsugu
no. 78, Rainy moon -Kojima Takanori
no. 80, Moon of the Filial Son, Ono no Takamura
no. 81, Moon of the Red Cliffs
no. 82, Frost fills the camp and the autumn air is still, lines of returning geese cross the moon of the third hour -Kenshin
no. 83, As I am about to enter the ranks of those who disobey, ever more brightly shines, the moon of the summer night -Akashi Gidayu
no. 84, Cloth-Beating Moon, Yugiri
no. 85, Moon of the Lonely House
no. 86, Taira no Tadanori
no. 87, Moon of Kintoki's mountain
no. 88, Pleasure is this, to lie cool under the moonflower bower, the man in his undershirt, the woman in her slip
no. 92, Monkey-music moon
no. 93, A Buddhist monk receives cassia seeds on a moonlit night
no. 94, Cherry trees blossom by the Sumida river, boats fade from view in the gathering dusk, at Sekiya as I view the moon -Mizuki Tatsunosuke
no. 95, the moon's invention, Hozo temple
no. 97, The moon and the abandoned old woman
no. 98, the moon's four strings, Semimaru
no. 100, since the crescent moon I have been waiting for tonight, old man