高倉永継書状 (Takakura Nagatsugu shojō)

Takakura Nagatsugu acknowledges and celebrates the praise that Awazu Kiyonori received from the emperor for his service in rescuing the emperor’s clothes. The Awazu were the retainers of the Takakura, and their relationship, and praise for their service (chūsetsu) mirrors the language of warriors.

Takakura Nakatsugu document
[Go-Hanazono in]
Concerning the Continental chest of the Retired Emperor (sentō)
Somehow you were able to accomplish this difficult task, and when you bring it to the palace, this will be a performance of first-rank service as ordered by the in.
In addition once you have managed to do this, it will be most wonderful.
Sincerely,
(Bunmei 2) (same as above [Takakura])
Seventh month, twenty-third day (monogram)
Awazu Gorō saemon no jō tono