- Japanese: 素性法師 (Sosei hôshi)
Sosei Hôshi was a 9th-10th century Buddhist priest and waka poet known as one of the "36 Poetry Immortals" (Sanjûrokkasen). His father Henjô is also known as a Buddhist priest and is counted among both the "Six Poetry Immortals" (Rokkasen) and the Sanjûrokkasen.
Originally affiliated with Unrin-in (a temple founded by his father), he later moved to Sekijô-ji (Ryôin-in).
- Gallery labels, Nakasendô Kaidô Bunka Kôryûkan, Moriyama, Shiga.