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Nikki bungaku is a classic Japanese literary film in the kind of diaries. These diaries were traditionally written in Western characters on account of the fact that they were originally modeled after the diaries of Chinese government officials; it's also important to remember that diaries were composed by guys, before Ki no Tsurayuki in his Tosa Nikki, that was composed in 935 and the first journal of literary worth, took on the character of a female to escape the limits his place involved. Through using the point of view of a woman, Ki no Tsurayuki managed to compose the journal using kana rather than the kanji that he'd have had to use otherwise. As time progressed, moving to the Medieval period, the way of writing changed also. Kiko, a form of travel diary, where Tosa Nikki is a example, became much more common. An illustration of a kiko written during the Medieval period is Matsuo BashoвЂ™s Oku no Hosomichi at 1694, which overlooks his 156 day journey to the northern areas of Honshu. The Tosa Nikki and Oku no Hosomichi are extremely important cases of kiko literature. But partially as a result of lengthy period of time between both, there are lots of differences between these. Oku no Hosomichi explains things which are dirty and inelegant, which can not be seen in Tosa Nikki; the explanations for the writer to compose the kiko are extremely different, and the paths the writers travel are amazingly distinct; equally Tosa Nikki and Oku no Hosomichi use poetry differently, and also Oku no Hosomichi uses sketches as well which can't be viewed in Tosa Nikki. Throughout Matsuo BashoвЂ™s Oku no Hosomichi he describes many things that could have been considered inelegant, filthy, and even humorous. Writing about these types of topics was alm...