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A
Adachigahara (also called Kurozuka)
Aisomegawa
Akogi
Ama
Aoi no Ue
Arashiyama
Aridoshi
Ashikari
Asukagawa
Ataka
Atsumori
Awaji
Aya no tsuzumi

B
Basho

C
Chikubushima
Chobu Soga
Choryo

D
Daibutsu kuyo
Daie
Dairokuten
Daiten
Danpu
Darani Ochiba
Dojoji
Domyoji

E
Ebira
Eboshiori
Eguchi
Ema
Enoshima

F
Fuji
Fujisan
Fuji taiko (also called Fuji daiko)
Fujito
Fumigara
Funabashi
Funa Benkei
Futari Shizuka

G
Gekkyuden (also called Tsurukame)
Gendayu
Genji kuyo
Genjo
Genzai Nue
Genzai Shichimen
Genzai Tadanori
Gio
Go

H
Hachinoki
Hagoromo
Hajitomi
Haku Raku Ten
Hanagatami
Hanjo
Hashi Benkei
Hashitomi: see Hajitomi
Hatsuyuki
Hibariyama
Higaki
Himuro
Hiun
Hojogawa
Hokazo
Hoso
Hotokenohara
Hyakuman

I
Ikarikazuki
Ikenie
Ikkaku sennin
Ikuta
Ikuta Atsumori: see Ikuta
Iwafune
Izutsu

J
Jinen Koji

K
Kagekiyo
Kagetsu
Kakitsubata
Kamo
Kamo monogurui
Kanawa
Kanehira
Kannyokyu (also called Kan'yokyu)
Kantan
Kappo
Kashiwazaki
Kasuga ryujin
Kayoi Komachi
Kazuraki
Kenjo: see Genjo
Kikaigashima: see Shunkan
Kiku jido
Kinsatsu
Kinuta
Kiso
Kiyotsune
Kocho
Kodama Ukifune
Kogo
Koi no omoni
Kokaji
Kosode Soga
Kotei
Kou
Koya monogurui
Kumasaka
Kurama tengu
Kureha
Kurozuka (also called Adachigahara)
Kuruma zo
Kusanagi
Kusenoto
Kusu no tsuyu
Kuzu

M
Makiginu
Makura jido: see Kiku jido
Manju
Matsukaze
Matsumushi
Matsunoo
Matsuyama kagami
Matsuyama tengu
Mekari
Michimori
Mimosuso
Miidera
Minase
Minazuki barai (also called Minazuki barae)
Minobu
Mitsuyama
Miwa
Mochizuki
Momijigari
Morihisa
Motomezuka
Murogimi
Mutsura

N
Naniwa
Nezame
Nishikido
Nishikigi
Nomori
Nonomiya
Nue

O
Obasute
Ochiba
Oeyama
Ohara goko
Oimatsu
Ominameshi
Omu Komachi
Orochi
Oshio
Oyashiro

R
Raiden (first character read, "kaminari")
Raiden (first character read, "kuru"; also called Tsumado)
Rashomon
Rinzo
Ro taiko
Ryoko

S
Sagi
Saigyozakura
Sakahoko
Sakuragawa
Sakurai no eki
Sanemori
Sansho
Saoyama
Seiganji
Seiobo
Sekidera Komachi
Semimaru
Senju
Sesshoseki
Settai
Shakkyo
Shari
Shichiki ochi
Shiga
Shikimi tengu
Shirahige
Shironushi
Shojo
Shoki
Shokun
Shozon
Shun'ei (also called Shunnei)
Shunkan (also called Kikaigashima)
Shun'ei (also called Shunnei)
Shunzei Tadanori
Soshi arai Komachi
Sotoba Komachi
Suma Genji
Sumidagawa
Sumiyoshi mode
Sumizome zakura

T
Tadanobu
Tadanori
Taema
Taihei Shojo
Taisan Pukun
Takasago
Takenoyuki
Tamakazura
Tamanoi
Tamura
Taniko
Tatsuta
Teika
Tenko
Toboku
Tobosaku
Toei
Togan koji
Tokusa
Tomoakira
Tomoe
Tomonaga
Torioibune
Toru
Tosen
Tsuchigumo
Tsuchi guruma
Tsumado (also called Raiden)
Tsunemasa
Tsurukame (also called Gekkyuden)

U
Uchito mode
Ugetsu
Ukai
Ukifune
Ukon
Ume
Umegae
Uneme
Unoha
Unomatsuri
Unrin'in
Urokogata
Utaura
Uto
Utsusemi

Y
Yamamba
Yashima
Yokihi
Yorimasa
Yoro
Yoroboshi
Yoshino Shizuka
Yoshino tennin
Youchi Soga
Yugao
Yugyo yanagi
Yuki
Yumi Yawata
Yuya

Z
Zegai
Zenji Soga


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