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■ biography (translation)

(Japanese)
また、蹴鞠に秀でていたらしく、延喜5年(905年)3月2日、宮中の仁寿殿において醍醐天皇の御前で蹴鞠が行われ、そのとき206回まで続けて蹴って一度も落とさなかったので、天皇はことのほか称賛して絹を与えたという。
(English)
Sakanoue was one of the greatest masters of the kemari game (Japanese ancient football game). On March 2, 905 in the Japanese calendar (April 9, 905 in the Julian calendar), he performed an outstanding football skill in front of the Emperor. He kicked the ball in the air 206 times continuously. The Emperor was especially pleased with the performance and gave him pieces of silk cloth.




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