Tokudaiji Sanesada

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Tokudaiji Sanesada
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Tokudaiji Sanesada
Occupationnobleman, politician

Tokudaiji Sanesada (徳大寺 実定, 1139–1192) was a Japanese waka poet and nobleman during the Heian period.

He is also known as the Later Tokudaiji Minister of the Left (後徳大寺左大臣, Go-Tokudaiji no Sadaijin), having served as Sadaijin in the Heian imperial administration.


One of his poems is included in Hyakunin Isshu :


hototogisu nakitsuru kata o nagamureba
tada ariake no tsuki zo nokoreru

( Senzai Wakashū 3:161)

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