Sokotsu met Kawahigashi Hekigoto and Takahama Kyoshi in this school. He continued to contribute haiku to the magazine "Hototogisu" even while he worked. Sokotsu went to Tokyo and joined the staff of the newspaper "Nippon" in 1898. Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Sokotsu Samukawa (? ? ? ? , Samukawa Sokotsu? , November 3, 1875? August 18, 1954) was a Haiku poet in Japan during the Meiji period. His real name was Akimitsu (? ? ? ); Sokotsu was a pen name. He worked at the Kyoto Newspaper and the Osaka Asahi Newspaper. In 1894, he entered Daisan koto gakko (now Kyoto University). Samukawa was born in Matsuyama (now in Ehime Prefecture). He fell under their influence and took part in Keihan-Mangetsukai (? ? ? ? ? , Haiku club). Sokotsu was so absorbed in writing haiku that in the end, he dropped out of the school.
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