Motoori Norinaga was a pivotal figure in Japan's 'Native Studies' or 'National Learning' (kokugaku) movement. An accomplished philologist, he helped decipher. Welcome to the museum of Motoori Norinaga! What do you think about Japanese behavior pattern or customs? Haven't you ever had questions like these? MOTOORI NORINAGA (–), regarded as the preeminent scholar of the Born Ozu Yoshisada to a merchant-class family in Matsuzaka, Norinaga.


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Museum of Motoori Norinaga

Using this notion, he attempted to free the analysis of literature from the moralism of contemporary criticism. Norinaga's major work, the Kojikiden Commentary on the Kojikiwas begun insoon after Norinaga's first and only meeting with Kamo no Mabuchi —a disciple of Kada Azumamaro — and a major figure in the Kokugaku movement.

Their meeting took place as Mabuchi was passing through Motoori norinaga on a pilgrimage to the Grand Shrine at Ise. Prior to this, Norinaga had already begun to read the works of Mabuchi, intending to study the Kojiki with him sometime in the future.

After their fortuitous meeting, Mabuchi accepted Norinaga as his student; through a lively correspondence that continued until Mabuchi's death, Norinaga gradually laid motoori norinaga to the intellectual successorship of the Kokugaku movement. Some thirty-five years elapsed between the time Norinaga began work on the Kojikiden and its completion in Norinaga took the view that the heritage of ancient Japan was one of natural spontaneity in feelings and spirit, and that imported Confucianism ran counter to such natural feelings.

Norinaga resurrected the position of the Tale of Genji, which he regarded as an expression of mono no aware [1]a particular Japanese sensibility of "sorrow at evanescence" that Norinaga claimed forms the essence of Japanese literature.

In undertaking his textual analysis of ancient Japanese, Norinaga also made vital contributions to establishing a native Japanese grammatical tradition, in particular the analysis of cliticsparticles and auxiliary verbs. And why is rice so special to Japanese? Don't you think they are too obsessed with the grain?

Motoori Norinaga (–) - Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Motoori Norinaga was a Japanese classical scholar and medical doctor who lived in Matsusaka, which is near Ise Shrine.

In the five years after he returned from Kyoto to Matsusaka, attended Motoori norinaga biweekly poetry gatherings at Reishoin temple, and gave motoori norinaga on The Tale of Genji Genji MonogataritheMan'ydshl7, and other Japanese classics at his residence.

He greatly admired The Tale of Genji.

He studied it enthusiastically, and interpreted it in the light of motoori norinaga literary concept he called mono no aware. The concept is at the center motoori norinaga his philosophy of literature.

Norinaga said that people desire to express their feelings when they see, hear, or touch something, Mono of mono no aware means "things, " and aware means "deep feeling. They have no other purpose.

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In the medieval age there were people who claimed that tales and poems were mendacious figures of speech. They believed that the author and readers of The Tale of Genji might be cast motoori norinaga Hell, and that the "Genji mass" should be held to save their souls.

Even defenders of literature conceded that it was word play. But they also thought that literature could lead people to the truth of Buddhism.

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Motoori Norinaga

In the Edo Period, when Confucianism was at the peak of its influence in Japan, many people saw Buddhism as an instrument for promoting motoori norinaga. Norinaga condemned the idea that literature should be morally uplifting.

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He argued that however hard they tried, people could not contain their emotions when deeply moved.



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