The Matsuyama Declarationwas announced in September 1999, reviewing the prospect of world haiku in the 21st century, and the shape that the haiku must then take. The declaration was first drafted by the Coordination Council of Matsuyama (headed by Gania Nishimura) in Matsuyama, Ehime on July 18, 1999. The declaration was officially announced at the Shimanami Kaido 99 International Haiku Convention on September 12, 1999. The proceeding of the convention was covered live on the internet to the entire world by the Shiki team in the Matsuyama Information Handling Chamber, and was also broadcast on BS Forum “Declaration of Haiku Innovation” on October 2, 1999.

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  • 松山宣言(まつやませんげん)は、1999年9月12日、松山にて有馬朗人、芳賀徹、上田真、金子兜太、ジャン=ジャック・オリガス、宗左近の各氏によって全世界の詩人に向けて発出した、21世紀において短詩型文学としての俳句の可能性と方向性を示唆する宣言。 (ja)
  • The Matsuyama Declarationwas announced in September 1999, reviewing the prospect of world haiku in the 21st century, and the shape that the haiku must then take. The declaration was first drafted by the Coordination Council of Matsuyama (headed by Gania Nishimura) in Matsuyama, Ehime on July 18, 1999. The declaration was officially announced at the Shimanami Kaido 99 International Haiku Convention on September 12, 1999. The proceeding of the convention was covered live on the internet to the entire world by the Shiki team in the Matsuyama Information Handling Chamber, and was also broadcast on BS Forum “Declaration of Haiku Innovation” on October 2, 1999. “The Matsuyama Declaration: An Annotated Analysis,” by Michael Dylan Welch, appeared on the Graceguts website in 2016, offering detailed responses and analysis of the document’s points of view as a road-map for international haiku in the 21st century. (en)
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  • 松山宣言(まつやませんげん)は、1999年9月12日、松山にて有馬朗人、芳賀徹、上田真、金子兜太、ジャン=ジャック・オリガス、宗左近の各氏によって全世界の詩人に向けて発出した、21世紀において短詩型文学としての俳句の可能性と方向性を示唆する宣言。 (ja)
  • The Matsuyama Declarationwas announced in September 1999, reviewing the prospect of world haiku in the 21st century, and the shape that the haiku must then take. The declaration was first drafted by the Coordination Council of Matsuyama (headed by Gania Nishimura) in Matsuyama, Ehime on July 18, 1999. The declaration was officially announced at the Shimanami Kaido 99 International Haiku Convention on September 12, 1999. The proceeding of the convention was covered live on the internet to the entire world by the Shiki team in the Matsuyama Information Handling Chamber, and was also broadcast on BS Forum “Declaration of Haiku Innovation” on October 2, 1999. (en)
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  • Matsuyama Declaration (en)
  • 松山宣言 (ja)
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