|ü@||6, 4-chome, Kitahama, Chuo-ku
in front of the east gate of Sumitomo Bank
|üm Yodoyabashi ünby Midosuji and Keihan Line
about 100m to the west
| Seisei, Yasaburo was his real name,
was born in the 2nd year of Meiji.
He had studied Chinese poetry and Japanese poems from his childhood and often contributed his manuscript of haiku to newspapers and ügHototogisuüh(the magazine of haiku).
His haiku was praised by the famous writer of haiku Masaoka Shiki, so he went over to Tokyo in the 32nd year of Meiji and was engaged in the editorship of Hototogisu for about an year. He became a member of the staff of Asahi Newspaper Company and got in charge of Asahi Haidan, a column of selected haiku.
He presided over ügTakarabuneüh and ügKenchoüh, two groups in the haiku world in 34th year of Meiji and played a chief role of writing haiku as its founder of the haiku world in Osaka.
He passed away in the 12th year of Showa.
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