Nijuichidaishu (二十一代集)

Nijuichidaishu is a collective term for the 21 anthologies compiled by Imperial command as a state project, beginning with "Kokin Wakashu" (A Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry) and ending with "Shinshoku Kokin Wakashu" (The New Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry Continued). The collection incorporates the 'Hachidaishu' (The Eight Imperial Anthologies of Japanese Poetry) and 'Jusandaishu' (The Thirteen Imperial Anthologies of Japanese Poetry). The three collections subsequent to Kokinshu are also referred to as 'Sandaishu' (Three Major Collections, including the New Collection of Ancient and Modern Poetry, the Gosen Collection of Poetry and the Shui Collection of Poetry).

Sandaishu and Hachidaishu

Books one through three are collectively referred to as Sandaishu and books one through eight as Hachidaishu.

Kokin Wakashu
Gosen Wakashu (A Later Collection of Japanese Poetry)
Shui Wakashu (Gleanings from a Collection of Japanese Poetry)
Goshui Wakashu (Gleanings from a Later Collection of Japanese Poetry)
Kinyo Wakashu (Kinyo Collection of Japanese Poems)
Shika Wakashu (A Collection of Verbal Flowers of Japanese Poetry)
Senzai Wakashu
Shinkokin Wakashu (New Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry)

Jusandaishu

Shin Chokusen Wakashu (New Imperial Anthology of Japanese Poetry)
Shoku-Gosen Wakashu (Later Imperial Anthology of Japanese Poetry Continued)
Shoku Kokin Wakashu (Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry, Continued)
Shoku Shui Wakashu (12th Imperial Anthology)
Shingosen Wakashu (New Later Collection of Japanese Poems)
Gyokuyo Wakashu (Jeweled Leaves Collection)
Shokusenzai Wakashu (Collection of Japanese Poems of a Thousand Years Continued)
Shokugoshui Wakashu (Gleanings from a Later Collection of Japanese Poetry Continued)
Fuga Wakashu (Collection of Japanese Poetry of Elegance)
Shin Senzai Wakashu (New Collection of Japanese Poems of a Thousand Years)
Shinshui Wakashu (New Gleanings from a Collection of Japanese Poems)
Shingoshui Wakashu (New Later Gleanings from a Collection of Japanese Poetry)
Shinshoku Kokin Wakashu (New Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry Continued)