Daijoin Nikki Mokuroku (大乗院日記目録)
Daijoin Nikki Mokuroku is the book recording the politics, social events, culture, and the history of religion written by Jinson, the 27th Daisojo (highest ranked priest among Japanese Buddhist monks) of Daijoin-Temple, which is the related temple of the nobility oriented/established Kofuku-ji Temple in Nara Prefecture. The book contains the historical records of the period from 1065 to 1504. The original copy is stored in the National Archives of Japan.
The book contains the description of the peasant riot of Shocho, the first farmer's uprising that occurred in 1428.