Fujiwara no Sadaie, (藤原定家; 1162 – 26 September 1241) better known as Fujiwara no Teika, was a the late Heian and early Kamakura period's Japanese poet, novelist, scribe, critic, anthologist, scholar, and calligrapher. His the most famous works are “Hyakunin issu” (百人一首; “Single poems by One Hundred Poets”), “Teika Jittai” (定家十体), “Matsura Monogatari” (松浦宮物語; “The Tale of Matsura”), “Gotoba-in Kumano Gokō Ki” (熊野御幸記; “The Visit of the Cloistered Emperior to Kumano”), and etc.
“Hyakunin Isshu” (百人一首) is a “Single poems by One Hundred Poets” was collected by Fujiwara no Teika in 1235. It's include one hundred Japanese poems “waka” written by famous poets such as Ono no Komachi (小野小町), Harumichi no Tsuraki (春道列樹), Ukon (右近), Murasaki Shikibu (紫式部) and etc. This edition, also, has not only translation but romaji transcription of Japanese language version. Let's read and enjoy the magic atmosphere of Japan, the poetical words and simple but amazing poems!