Goki calendar

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Goki calendar (五紀暦, Goki-reki), also known as Wuji li, was a Japanese lunisolar calendar (genka reki).[1] It was developed in China; and it was used in Japan in the mid-9th century.

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The Goki-reki system corrected errors in the Taien calendar which was used in Japan in the first half of the 9th century. The corrections were the work of Akasuga Manomaro.[2]

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