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Late Middle Japanese (中世日本語 chūsei nihongo) is a stage of the Japanese language following Early Middle Japanese and preceding Early Modern Japanese. It is a period of transition in which the language sheds many of its archaic features and becomes closer to its modern form.

The period spanned roughly 500 years extending from the 12th century through the 16th century. It is customarily split into an Early and Late division. Politically, the first half of Late Middle Japanese consists of the end of the Heian period known as Insei and the Kamakura period; the second half of Late Middle Japanese consists of the Muromachi period.

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