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Statue of Hirose Tans? at Hita in the prefecture of Oita
Hirose Tanso ( ) (22 May 1782 in Hita - 28 November 1856) was a neo-Confucian scholar, teacher and Japanese writer.
Born into a wealthy merchant family, Hirose founded in 1801 the Academy Neo-Confucian Kangien (). In Hirose's lifetime, the school was attended by 3,000 young Japanese, and until 1871 by more than 4,000 young men came from all over Japan. Among its graduates were Confucian and Buddhist monks, doctors of traditional Chinese medicine and medicine of Western Europe, politicians and administrators, traders, farmers and samurai.
Hirose published an anthology of his poems in 1837, a three-volume edition of his writings was published as TANSO Zenshu (?) between 1925 and 1927.
^Kodansha (ed.). "?". ?+Plus on kotobank.jp (in Japanese). Retrieved 2016.
^Marleen Kassel: Hirose Tans?'s School System. In: William Theodore de Bary (Hrsg.): Sources of East Asian Tradition. Volume Two: The Modern Period, Columbia University Press, 2008, ISBN978-0-231-14323-3, p. 228-230 Seen on Google books
^ abEarl Miner, Hiroko Odagiri, Robert E. Morrell: The Princeton Companion to Classical Japanese Literature. 2. Auflage. Princeton University Press, 1988, ISBN0-691-00825-6, p. 165 Seen on Google books