Based on the chronicle made by Reiko Morita who is a daughter of Tama Morita
1907(Meiji 40): Enter Sapporo women's high school at the age of 13.
1909(Meiji 42): She left school because of sickness.
1911(Meiji 44): She could win public recognition by a short article
which she contributed to a journal "Shojo Sekai".
Went up to Tokyo. Married with an adopted husband.
1913(Taisho 2): She studied under Sohei Morita who was a famous writer.
Her first article "Katase made (To Katase)" appeared in a journal "Shinseiki" in september.
1914(Taisho 3): Tried to kill herself at Nankoin, Chigasaki.
1916(Taisho 5): Got acquainted with a student of Keio Univ., Shichiro Morita.
Divorced her husband and married with him.
1918(Taisho 7): First daughter, Reiko.
1921(Taisho 10): First son, Shin.
1923(Taisho 12): Moved to Senri-yama,Osaka after the great earthquake in Tokyo.
1925(Taisho 14): Went back to Tokyo and started a bookshop with her husband. But returned to Osaka after a while.
1932(Showa 7): Sohei Morita visited Osaka and she wrote "Kimono Ko-shoku" in a day. This appeared in "Chuo Kouron (The Central review)"
1970(Showa 45) Oct.31: Died at Keio hospital at the age of 76.
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