Sagami (相模, dates unknown but born c. 1000), also known as Oto-jijū (乙侍従), was a Japanese waka poet of the mid-Heian period. One of her poems was included in the Ogura Hyakunin Isshu. She produced a private collection, the Sagami-shū (相模集).
She was supposedly a daughter of Minamoto no Yorimitsu.
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- Sagami's poems in the International Research Center for Japanese Studies's online waka database.
- Sagami-shū in the same database.
- Sagami on Kotobank.