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This one-volume work, written by Fujitsuka Tomoaki in 1743, is also known as Kyōken senshō shokaiki. Kyōken refers to Yoshimi Yoshikazu. It is a record of numerous questions addressed by Tomoaki, priest (shinkan) at the Shiogama Shrine (modern day Shiwahiko and Shiogama Shrines), to his teacher, Yoshikazu, after he entered the former's school in 1743, and the word for word answers given by his teacher, regarding the three articles of "the great net of learning." At the time Yoshikazu was 71 years of age. According to this work, Yoshikazu had divorced himself from a belief in Suika Shintō and proclaimed his own Shintō doctrine. The work is contained in Nihon shisō taikei: kinsei shintō ron, zenki kokugaku (Iwanami Shoten, 1972). Regarding Fujitsuka Tomoaki see the separate volume to Shiogama-shi shi.
— Yazaki Hiroyuki

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