Jijojo (Calligraphy works written by Kaiso from Tang, China) (自叙帖)

Jijojo is the works of calligraphy written by Kaiso, a calligrapher in the period of the Tang Dynasty. It is written as "自敍帖" in the old form of a Chinese character.

Jijojo was reportedly established around 777 during the period of the Emperor Daiso (Tang) in the Tang Dynasty. As the name suggests, it is a personal history written by Kaiso himself. It has 126 lines and 702 characters. It is 28.3 centimeters long and 755.0 centimeters wide.

[Original Japanese]