Tomb of Fujiwara Ietaka@(transmission)
a historic site designated by Osaka Prefecture
@ 5, Yuhigaokacho, Tennoji-ku
m Shitennojimae Yuhigaoka nby Tanimachi Line
 about 100m to the west
 The tomb is familiar with people called gKaryuzukah.
 Ietaka was a selector ordered by the Emperor of gthe Shinkokin wakasyuh(collection of 31-syllable Japanese poems), who was classed with Fujiwara Teika as a famous 31-syllable Japanese poet of the early years of Kamakura period.
 He lived in a hermitage around here in the second year of Katei(1236), where he practised gNissokanh which is the meditation of the sun.
 The landname of Yuhigaoka, the hill of the setting sun, is said to stem from his hermitage's name.
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to the top of
The Uemachi-daichi kita course