Help Haiku Mizuta Masahide

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  1. Benji78

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    Hi
    for a research I'm collecting documentation and info about Mizuta Masahide and his haiku.
    My preferred is this one
    蔵焼けて 障るものなき 月見哉
    and I also found the kana transcription here attached. I don't read kana (kanji just a little bit), can anybody confirm it is actually the same haiku?

    thanks for your help! :emoji_smile:
     

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  2. Toritoribe

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    Yes, it's exactly the same haiku. The attached one is not only kana version, though.
     
  3. Benji78

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    thanks Toritoribe!!! :emoji_smile: can you pls help me separating the kana part from the rest? I don't get it by myself sorry :emoji_frowning2:
     
  4. Toritoribe

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    The attached one is completely the same as your quote 蔵焼けてるものなき月見哉, thus, the red ones are hiragana. Don't you know kana at all?
     
  5. Benji78

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    >> Don't you know kana at all?
    No, sorry :emoji_frowning2: and I'm confused :emoji_frowning2:
    if I got it correctly: this is the haiku in hiragana けてるものなき, the attached in kana (??) and this in kanji kanji 蔵焼障月見哉 ? I'm mixing up a lot now :emoji_frowning2:
     
  6. Toritoribe

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    Er, do you understand the Japanese writing system in the first place?
    Japanese writing system - Wikipedia

    The haiku is written both in kanji and hiragana as same as almost all Japanese sentences. The red letters are all hiragana, and black characters are all kanji. If you want to know the hiragana version of the haiku, くらやけてさわるものなきつきみかな is the one.
     
  7. Benji78

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    thank you very much!!! :emoji_smile:
     

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