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  1. a Japanese comic duo of Sun music group (entertainment agency)
  2. a Kiritsubo - Tsubosenzai
  3. a Machi-bugyo-sho office
  4. a Minor Affiliated Temple
  5. a boy (actually a girl) who loved Kurama Tengu calling him pop.
  6. a branch family of Umewaka family
  7. a corporation museum of umeboshi (pickled plum)
  8. a family line in a family, which is constituted by a lineage of eldest sons;
  9. a family name.
  10. a fence
  11. a grandson of Shinroku NATSUME)
  12. a gutter made of stones
  13. a heavy cruiser by the former Japanese Imperial Navy.
  14. a long piece more than the above
  15. a place-name of an area belonging to Kita Ward (Kyoto City) and Ukyo Ward of Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  16. a place-name of an area belonging to Yokosuka City, Kanagawa Prefecture (the site of Kinugasa-jo Castle).
  17. a post equivalent to a prefectural governor in ancient China.
  18. a post in the Muromachi bakufu to be an assistant to Shoshi (a governor of the Board of Retainers) leading Samurai-dokoro (the Board of Retainers) or an assistant to tonin (the director).
  19. a relationship with the immigrants ruling the regions around the new capital, who had a common ancestry with Emperor Kanmu's mother,
  20. a short piece within 60 characters
  21. a short piece within 61 characters
  22. a structure with hottate bashira (earthfast post)
  23. a tomb of SAKANOUE no Tamuramaro
  24. a town formed around a castle
  25. a well made of stones
  26. a) Don't express your preference about what you eat.
  27. a-vowels/a/
  28. acquiring the skill of 蘭漢折衷型医術, After returned to Honjo in around 1827 from his travel to Kyoto City, Kawagoe City and other places to treat patients, he opened departments of internal treatment, surgery and ophthalmology.
  29. administration of important points in river traffic in Yamashiro Province at Katsura, Kizucho, Uji City, Kamo, and Yodo, and
  30. administration of the Court fief, court nobles, and deputies to collect tax, and so on,
  31. administration of the tenryo in Yamashiro, Settsu, Kawachi, and Tanba Provinces.
  32. adzuki bean
  33. after fighting a fierce battle, Yorimitsu cut off the monster's head, and he found as many as 1990 heads of the dead in the monster's stomach;
  34. ai (interlude player): a servant to Kuronushi
  35. although Yorimitsu suffered from the illness, he slashed at the monk with his noted "Hizamaru" sword, and the monk ran away;
  36. amino acids/proteins
  37. an ayu (a sweetfish) - cicadas (chorus of cicadas) - Japanese dynastid beetle - firefly - mosquito (mosquito coil, kaya (mosquito net)) - register marks - goldfish
  38. an end-of-year general cleaning - All Japan Inter-High School EKIDEN
  39. an important cultural properties (designated by the government)
  40. and 4 sun in each direction or, 5 sun in each direction but the basic small target is 8 sun across so, size is by no means uniform.
  41. and Governor of Etchu Province.
  42. and Kanfu (guard division).
  43. and Koyasan-Shicchi-in Temple in Koya-cho, Ito-Gun, Wakayama Prefecture.
  44. and MINAMOTO no Tamenaka
  45. and Michiyuki, Tadamasa's retainer
  46. and Shimousa Province
  47. and TAIRA no Yasuhiro
  48. and Zendo (613-681) wrote "Kammuryojukyosho (Kangyosho),"
  49. and a transformation caused by a shift of the imperial line to Emperor Tenchi's from the reign of his father, Emperor Konin
  50. and at special autumn performance in October during the three days leading up to Health and Sports Day.
  51. and during the Ieshige TOKUGAWA, the ninth shogun era
  52. and for each there is a pocket-book version published by Chuokoron Shinsha), but it is said that each book includes significant fiction, and it is necessary to note that they significantly lack accuracy as historical materials.)
  53. and go straight about 200 meters--along the way you'll cross under the overhead railway of the Sanin Main Line for the first time--and finally you'll arrive at Toei Movie Land.
  54. and in 1585 he moved to the town of Osaka Temman, built by Hideyoshi based on the layout of the inner precinct of the Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple.
  55. and many others.
  56. and moss coats its awe-inspiring side
  57. and oshi (横死) means sudden or unforeseen, unreasonable, and unexpected death.
  58. and others.
  59. and so forth
  60. and so on.
  61. and special-purpose vehicles exceeding 2.5 m in width are banned from the road.
  62. and such exists.
  63. and the biological mother of Narinobu SHIMAZU,
  64. and the last one became the lawful wife of Tsugukoto HAGIHARA.
  65. and the small sword, Horikawa Kunihiro.
  66. and the song was used as the theme of some novels and plays such as "Koshoku Gonin Onna" by Saikaku IHARA, "Satsuma uta" by Monzaemon CHIKAMATSU, "Godairiki Koino Fujime" by Gohei NAMIKI, and "Kamikakete Sango Taisetsu" by Nanboku TSURUYA.
  67. and yet in each such appearance, the details are different.
  68. another daughter was adopted by Munenori NABESHIMA (the lord of Saga Domain) and became the lawful wife of Naohiro NABESHIMA (the lord of Hasunoike Domain, the branch domain of Saga Domain),
  69. are also reasons for the transfer.
  70. are saved and not reprobated.
  71. are some important tips.
  72. are the three parts.
  73. as in Sonoda Station, Ibaraki-shi Station, Takatsuki-shi Station and Katsura Station).
  74. as stated previously.
  75. as written in "Mutsuwa-ki" (A Chronicle of the Earlier Nine Years' War).
  76. asagao (common morning glory, Ipomoea purpurea) - sunflower
  77. at Itabashi Art Museum
  78. at Seimei-kaikan, a pair of six-folding screen
  79. at Setsubun-e (meeting of the traditional end of winter), held in two days from the day before Setsubun (the traditional end of winter) to Setsubun in February,
  80. at Shizuoka Prefectural Museum of Art
  81. at dawn, a beautiful woman appeared and tried to razzle dazzle them, but Yorimitsu counterattacked her with his sword; when the woman disappeared some bloodstains were left on the ground;
  82. at the Dai Nenbutsu-e (meeting to teach Buddhism to the public), the nine day period from April 21 to 29,
  83. at the age of 13 to 30;
  84. ater, Prince Mayowa and Prince Sakai no Kurohiko (Sakai no Kurohiko no Miko) ran into the residency of Tsubura no Okimi.
  85. atojite (main character that appears after nakairi): ONO no Komachi Female Costume: tsuboori (style of wearing a kimono tucked up at the waist), okuchi (wide sleeve hakama, pleated and divided skirt made in fine stripes), iro-iri
  86. atowaki (supporting character that appears after nakairi) : OTOMO no KuronushiCostume: kazaori, kariginu, okuchi
  87. b Information about the entrance examination of Kyoto University
  88. b Main Page
  89. b Sakaki - Matsugaura Island
  90. b) Never play games of chance like Igo or Shogi.
  91. bean paste ('an')
  92. because the other time honored castles, jinya, etc. t'
  93. behaving himself
  94. being suspicious of the skull, they went after it and reached an old house, where various goblins and bugbears hideous in appearance emerged and frightened them;
  95. bell's sound (Zen's spirit)
  96. bicarbonated salt springs
  97. bicycle racetrack = velodrome
  98. botamochi, ohagi (rice ball coated with sweetened red beans, soybean flour or sesame)
  99. but + on > button
  100. but I should not utter it.'
  101. but also appears in the following:
  102. but he was in conflict with Yoshiaki.)
  103. but stopped at every station between Ogura Station and Kintetsu-Nara Station).
  104. butterfly - shirouo sardine - swallow
  105. by Kamezo YOMO
  106. by rokushubiki mitsuyuri including the waka beginning with 'namuamidabutsunoekono.'
  107. by which all creatures that chant Buddhist sutra
  108. c Akashi - Uratsutai
  109. c) Never ever pawn your article nor lend money for generations.
  110. c.1630: Becomes part of the Pure Land Sect.
  111. ca. fourth century - sixth century
  112. ca. latter part of the sixth century - middle of the seventh century
  113. caffeine
  114. calligraphies and books - 1,860 cases (among which 223 cases are national treasures)
  115. capital: \ 10 million
  116. catechin/polyphenols
  117. cellulose
  118. cf O-Higashi Rebellion
  119. cf. Nationwide katsuobushi ranking list in 1822
  120. cf. The sizes of the pestle and the mortar is represented by their diameters in sun (Japanese inch) under the Japanese old measuring system.
  121. chaire
  122. cherry blossoms bloom peacefully, I cry remembering the deceased.
  123. cherry tree - Chinese milk vetch - white clover - rape blossom
  124. chrysanthemum, paulownia
  125. claimed Harumi's calendar making was unsound and issued an imperial edict ordering the use of a slightly revised version of the Daito Calendar.
  126. company name: Nogakushorin Co., Ltd.
  127. complete translation
  128. conferral of a posthumous rank Shonii, (Senior Second Court Rank) the Keihoukan chiji, (the governor of the judicial system) gijo, (official post) jokyoku gicho, (the chairman of jokyoku, a law making body in the Meiji period) the director general of the House of Representative
  129. conferred the official title: Senior Fourth Rank
  130. contained in short-story collection "Roran."
  131. containing 50% malt or more
  132. containing less than 25% malt
  133. containing less than 50% but more than 25% malt
  134. copper garden lantern with an inscription of the year 1471
  135. corresponds to Jushiinoge (Lower Grade Junior Fourth Rank);
  136. corresponds to the Jugoinojo (Upper Grade Junior Fifth Rank);
  137. court music of ancient Japan
  138. crafts - 2,410 cases (among which 252 cases are national treasures)
  139. d Shojo - Hikage
  140. d kSiti' means 'the earth' and 'gharbha' means 'in the womb' or 'womb,' but it is freely translated into 'Jizo.'
  141. daisakan (senior clerk) (correspondingjunior clerk) (corresponding to Juhachiinoge [Junior Eighth Rank, Lower Grade]) one member.
  142. dance of slow tempo
  143. dancing (athletic festival) - card game - a NEET (young people Not in Education, Employment or Training) - autumn equinox - rice reaping
  144. deRaijin
  145. dendrocopos major
  146. discontinued
  147. dispatching delegate
  148. drawers
  149. dyes
  150. e Wakana (1-Hakodori, 2-Morokazura, 1 & 2-Morokazura)
  151. e-vowels/e/ -?
  152. e.g. Ashikaga Naidaijin Shonii Minamoto no Ason Yoshimasa Ko
  153. e.g. Hosokawa Ukyo no Daibu Jushiinoge MINAMOTO no Katsumoto Ason
  154. e.g. Shoshii (Senior Fourth Rank, posthumously conferred); Naidaijin (Minister of the center), posthumously conferred
  155. e.g.: "Bosatsuban," "Seikogetsu," "Mankoku 満江紅," and "Chorenka"
  156. e.g.: "Gyokashi," "Torenshi," "Choshorei," and "Jomurei"
  157. e.g.: "Oteijo"
  158. e.g.: "Ranryo-o"
  159. e.g.: (novels written by Yasusuke GOMI, Keiichiro RYU, and Toru ARAYAMA, including "Kagemusha: Tokugawa Ieyasu" [Ieyasu Tokugawa's body double]; a manga series "Azumi;" a film and a TV drama "The Shogun's Samurai: Yagyu Clan Conspiracy;" the NHK historical drama "Musashi;" and a Play Station action game "Onimusha" [Oni warrior])
  160. edited later by disciples)
  161. edo no hyakumiko no makisen o, ate ni kozara no ichimonji, hyaku ga nihyaku to saisen no, kusune zeni see dandan ni (I gambled counting on offertories of hyakumiko (a gathering in which believers offer 100 kinds of food to the temple) in Edo, and the money I stole became more and more.)
  162. enContact (musical): April 21 to May 27
  163. enRaijin
  164. entered Gakushuin Primary School in April, 1998.
  165. esRaijin
  166. establishment: October 1907
  167. et cetera
  168. et cetera.
  169. etc.
  170. even at present, buses on a city bus route starting at Iwakura Soshajo (bus yard), placed on the west side of this station, stop here).
  171. examples of actual officers
  172. f Nioumiya - Kaoru Lieutenant General
  173. fa??????
  174. fiRaijin
  175. fifty-two fragments of earthen images in the West Pagoda
  176. fig
  177. fireworks - Bon Festival Dance - a night stall - water balloon
  178. first generation.
  179. flute (Noh pipe)
  180. for his home village,' it said, then it seemed that 300 years had passed from the time of his departure until his homecoming.
  181. for the other trains, the letter 'A' is attached at the head of the train number.
  182. for women, the ages of 19, 33 and 61.
  183. foundation stones of four structures
  184. foundation stones of two structures
  185. frRaiden
  186. fragrant constituents (several tens or hundreds kinds)
  187. frame = first-class car, white frame = ordinary car (railway car), U = unreserved seat, R = reserved seat, *All cars are nonsmoking.
  188. from "Amanohashidate-zu" by Sesshu, shown at left); and the view from the west is called "Ichijikan" (
  189. from "Kenpo Hiketsu" (The Key to Swordsmanship)
  190. from "Notes of oral instructions on kenjutsu of Hokushin Itto ryu."
  191. from 10:00
  192. from 59 to 90 characters
  193. from 9:30 to 15:30 (3,000 yen/volume)
  194. from the "Azuma Kagami" (The Mirror of the East)
  195. from the Meiji period to the Taisho period
  196. g Hashihime - Ubasoku
  197. gannishikudoku'
  198. gathers together to form a big rock with the passage of time
  199. general term for districts and towns where many of those engaged in commerce and industry and lower class samurai live, and the districts and towns with a friendly atmosphere
  200. generally means intangible cultural products produced by human cultural activities in a broad sense.
  201. generally, court nobles for daijo,
  202. gijo, (official post) the Governor of Tokyo Prefecture
  203. gojitsu tahe kasuto iedomo, ichigon iran korenaku.
  204. gojoshi (keeper of Edo-jo Castle)
  205. gold 86.28%
  206. government led people to deprive the Buddhist force, which had significantly affected them until that time,
  207. guts and flesh of ayu (sweetfish, Plecoglossus altivelis altivelis)
  208. gyokuan' (a desk decorated with a bead)
  209. h Yadorigi - Kaodori
  210. has gonkan.)
  211. has no gonkan (supernumerary position).
  212. hayashi-kata, kotsuzumi: 7, otsuzumi: 1, taiko: 16
  213. he Yojin had to be careful as the person who actually informed the lord of matters within the domain and his family was not the Yojin themselves.
  214. he origin of the word From the 1980s onward, Yoshihiko SAJI combined them and said 'koshi koden,
  215. he retained the posts ofTaikotaigo gu no suke and Governor of Wakasa Province.
  216. he took a boat this year,
  217. he was appointed t the post ofTaikotaigo gu gon no daibu (Minister of Empress dowager's household agency) February 24.
  218. he was first introduced by Ietsuna TOKUGAWA in 1659.
  219. he was reduced in rank after vehemently denying the presence of a son (in fear of his formal wife) when questioned about who will continue the family name, resulting in his illegitimate child, Akitomo KATO, receiving the 20,000 koku Minakuchi Domain in Omi no Kuni and continuing the surname.
  220. head-shaped helmet (the earlier style)
  221. history
  222. however, as Ono died before his time, his younger brother SAKANOUE no Hirono took over Hirano Sho and reins of the family.
  223. however, his son, Chotaro aged 10 was captured in Hoki Province, and his head was displayed in public, decapitated together with a child of his menoto (a wetnurse to a highborn baby) in the Rokujo-gawara riverbed on intercalary June 22 after Osaka Natsu no Jin.
  224. http//ookuraji.web.officelive.com/default.aspx
  225. http//park16.wakwak.com/~komyo-ji/
  226. http//www.daihongan.or.jp/
  227. http//www.jodo.jp/290004/03/
  228. http//www.kurodani.jp/
  229. http//www.zenkoji.jp/
  230. http//www.zojoji.or.jp/
  231. http//www5.ocn.ne.jp/~zendoji/
  232. http//www6.ocn.ne.jp/~jozan/
  233. i-Seat (seventh floor of the stand, 243 seats for non-smokers, 3,000 yen, to be booked by phone and paid by JRA Card) from October 11, 2008.
  234. i-bowels/i/
  235. i-cafe (at the Michi no Eki)
  236. i-seats are available on a first-come basis on the day of Park-WINZ (1,000 yen).
  237. if they belong to more than one section, they are categorized under the section they are better known for.
  238. illuminates all over the world,
  239. imobo (Dish of boiled shrimp-shaped potato and dried cod. A famous local cuisine of Kyoto.)
  240. improvisation
  241. in 1865, he quit the Roju position when the government became overburdened with difficult problems.
  242. in 1867, there were 151 daimyo families.
  243. in 1917
  244. in 1945 after the war ended and until the General Headquarters of the Allied Powers (GHQ) took control, this political structure remained unchanged in Kagoshima political structures.
  245. in 1965, in kyoto city, all the districts whose names included the terms oaza and aza (aza means a small section of a village) were rename,' so a place called 'Oaza XX Aza YY' would have been renamed 'XXYY-cho.'
  246. in Kyoto City
  247. indicating Naganori was adamant.
  248. initially belonging to Tozando).
  249. introduction
  250. ioriten
  251. is well known.
  252. it is also said that, distancing the capital from the established groups of Buddhist monks and nobles,
  253. it is considered that Fukagawaomi no mikoto, a son of Takekoro no mikoto, the kuni no miyatsuko of Ibaragi, was appointed as Umakuta no kuni no miyatsuko during the reign of Emperor Seimu.
  254. it is said that Yuzen-zome was welcomed by town people, who were then banned from using luxurious cloths and gold/silver leaf by Shashi kinshirei (Ordinance for prohibiting luxury), as a thing that satisfies their desire for charming clothing.
  255. it is seen in Tanto (short swords) after the mid Muromachi period.
  256. it is served as a snack on the international flights of Japan Air Lines.
  257. it originated from when, the fourth son of the Ashikaga clan Yoshitugu settled his home base at Kiranosho in Mikawa Province, the same as his older brother Osauji, and then he commenced calling himself, 'Kira.'
  258. itRaijin
  259. j Yume no Ukihashi - Norinoshi
  260. jodai (castle keeper)
  261. kachikachi-yama (Mt. clack-clack)
  262. kaibo stick
  263. kaioke' is a kind of bucket used to keep clamshells for 'kaiawase' (a Heian period game which involved pairing the two parts of clamshells) or 'kaioi' (an old name of kaiawase game in the Heian period, which involves pairing the two parts of clamshells) played from the Japanese medieval period to the Edo period.
  264. kaiseki' (bizarre stone)
  265. kamebara (a squarish bun-shaped mound covered with white plaster) is constructed under the floor.
  266. kamiage no gu (a set of hair ornaments): hirabitai ornament, sashi (ornate hairpin), a comb, like those used for a doll display during the Girls' Festival.
  267. kamowakeikazuchi-jinja Shrine (Honden (a main hall) and Gonden (the shrine used temporarily in repairing the main hall)): two buildings
  268. kani tsume' (crab leg)
  269. kanmon
  270. kara-mono (literally "tale of Things Chinese") (such as "Tsuru kame," "Kantan," "Ikkaku sennin," "Tenko")
  271. karo
  272. karo (chief retainers)
  273. karyu-kai (world of the Geisha)
  274. kasajigoro (a straw-hat-shaped neck guard)
  275. katana (single-edged sword)
  276. katata faces Lake Biwa and was prosperous as a center of water transportation system in the Middle Ages.
  277. kayu
  278. keep following Shimodachiuri-dori Street about 500 meters--along the way you'll see Kyoto Prefectural Sagano High School on your left and will go across the railway crossing of Keifuku (Randen) Kitano Line--and then turn at a three-lamp signal at a junction to the south (your right);
  279. kei MIZUNO is one of disciples of him.
  280. kenei (rolled ei)
  281. kidney of salmon
  282. kikaku ended up having to take back Onui.
  283. kiku dono
  284. kiri-hakama (short fringe hakama): Hakama with hems almost reaching the instep and it is like a wide-legged trousers.
  285. kirizuma-zukuri (an architectural style)
  286. kirizuma-zukuri, one of the roof styles, indicates the style of roof with two surfaces inclining from the ridge at the top, or having the shape of a book placed with its face on the lower side.
  287. kishimai (court dances and music)
  288. ko + i
  289. kocho no mai (a dance of butterfly) is a special weapon that appeared in Sakura Taisen (a game).
  290. koga' (tiger's fang)
  291. kojakin (a small wet cloth to wipe a tea cup in tea ceremony)
  292. koji buai (ratio of koji)
  293. kokata (child character) : EmperorCostume: uikoburi (a crown on a young man's head), kariginu (informal clothes worn by court nobles), sashinuki (type of hakama trousers)
  294. komimi ni kiita tottsuan no, ninu kowairo de koyusuri katari, na sae yukari no Bentenkozo Kikunosuke taa ore ga koto da (It is me, Benten kozo kikunosuke, who blackmailed people with awkward impression of my grandfather's voice, whose name is related to mine.)
  295. kon
  296. kon + ya > konnya
  297. kongojodarani-kyo
  298. konnit + wa > konnitta
  299. kuh-/kuhite/ >/kuute/,/kuQte/
  300. kujo-negi (leek from Kujo)
  301. kumiawasedate
  302. kumiishi is used as tate ishi (garden stone that is set in an upright position), fuse ishi (flat-bottomed stone), hira ishi (flat construction stones used to build the main sections of stone walls, excluding corners, often used in castle walls), or kamae ishi.
  303. kumiuchi (grappling)
  304. kure + i
  305. kutsunugi ishi (a flat-topped stone used for taking off one's shoes before entering the entrance or a veranda (a narrow wooden passageway along the edge of a house facing the garden))
  306. kwan + on > kwannon
  307. kyojuzazenmon
  308. lMeanwhile, the Japan Aikido Association (Tomiki school) practices randori (throwing practice with both partners trying to throw each other) with short swords in mind, and it's considered an art of self-defense against blades.
  309. leave" so MOCHIZUKI left his room.
  310. literary work
  311. local train (stopping at all stations)
  312. location: 3-6 Kanda Jinbo-cho, Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo
  313. m = the direction of Mitake
  314. mackerel - a saury, a Pacific saury - salmon - sardines
  315. made by crushing and salting down the small-size crabs caught in mudflats such as Uca arcuata, Marcophthalmus japonicus and Cleistostoma dilatatum.
  316. made by mixing the konowata and the shiokara of hoya.
  317. made by salting down alevins of rabbitfish called "suku" in Okinawa Prefecture.
  318. made by shredding the flesh of squid and dressing with the guts and salt.
  319. maejite (main character that appears before nakairi): ONO no Komachi Mask: waka-onna (young woman), fukai (middle-aged woman) or ko-omote (the youngest woman)Female Costume: karaori (outer robes) in kinagashi style, iro-iri (with red)
  320. maewaki (supporting character that appears before nakairi) : OTOMO no Kuronushi Costume: kazaori, choken (outer garment with wide sleeves), okuchi
  321. maintenance and repair of Nijo-jo Castle,
  322. makes the whole lake shone bright (regain stability and a bodhisattva's way in the search for truth.)
  323. mameni ikiru' (living in good health) and 'mamemameshiku hataraku' (working diligently)
  324. march leader
  325. may 19, 1822: He obtained additional 10,000 koku to his salary.
  326. minerals
  327. miscellaneous metals 0.52%
  328. monpe (women's work pants)
  329. monster and skeleton represent ignorance (Mumyo) and uncertainty regarding the root of the Twelve-fold Chain of Dependent Origination,
  330. montoshikisho (Buddhist tools used by followers)
  331. montoshikisho is a similar hogu used in the Jodo Shinshu Hongan-ji school.
  332. more than 10% of its population commuting to a central city
  333. more than 91 characters
  334. multi-capital system in Korea
  335. multiple drums, multiple drummers technique - various types of drums are struck by many drummers, commonly called "Kumidaiko" (united Japanese drums).
  336. multiple drums, single drummer technique
  337. multiple drums, single drummer technique - various types of drums are struck by one drummer.
  338. muso jutate (a kimono with a lining of the same fabric)
  339. my lord shall move and observe yourself."
  340. n 1587, he received Najima, Chikuzen Province after the Conquest of Kyushu and his land became 350,000 koku; he became a Gotairo (Council of Five Elders) under the Toyotomi government but retired in 1595 and died in 1597.
  341. nagikama (sickle-weapon)
  342. nakajima-date
  343. name-saying speech
  344. nibanme-mono (second-category play)
  345. nohkan (noh flute)
  346. o-vowels/o/-?
  347. oagesan: aburaage (deep fried bean curd)
  348. occupation
  349. odai ningyo
  350. of these eels, only the ones grilled on the Ox day retained their good flavor, so this gave rise to the custom, the guide states.
  351. officially covers only Kyoto City in Kyoto Prefecture.)
  352. ohagi (rice ball coated with sweetened red beans, soybean flour or sesame)
  353. ok
  354. okonomiyaki (savory pancake with various ingredients)
  355. okudosan: kamado (furnace)
  356. on February 20 (old lunar calendar), he returned to Yamashina Hongwan-ji Temple.
  357. on the fifth day of the first month (under the old calendar), he was promoted to Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank).
  358. on the fourteenth day of the twelfth month (under the old calendar), he was additionally appointed Sangi (Imperial Advisor).
  359. on the next day, leading "Shitenno" (four guardians), Yorimitsu traced the bloodstains left on the ground and arrived at the mound at the back of Kitano Tenman-gu Shrine, where they found a monster spider of about 1.2 meter in full length;
  360. on the seventeenth day of the twelfth month (in the old calendar), he was simultaneously appointed both Udaiben (Major Controller of the Right) and Kuraudo kashira (Director of the Palace Storehouse Staff), and resigned from his post as Chief of the Restoration of the Left Palace.
  361. on the thirteenth day of the sixth month (under the old lunisolar calendar), he was appointed to serve as Benkan (Major Controller, a junior fourth rank post).
  362. on the twenty-eighth day of the first month (in the old calendar), he was transferred from deputy shugo of Bizen to deputy shugo of Iyo Province.
  363. on the twenty-eighth day of the first month, he was also appointed deputy shugo (de facto governor) of Bizen Province.
  364. on the twenty-first day of the fifth month (in the old calendar) he was promoted to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  365. on the twenty-first day of the fourth month (according to the old lunisolar calendar), he was appointed Shuri sakyujoshi (Chief Overseer of the Restoration of the Left Palace).
  366. on the twenty-ninth day of the fourth month (under the old lunisolar calendar), he was additionally appointed to the Uchi kuraryo (Bureau of the Palace Storehouses).
  367. on the twenty-seventh day of the first month (according to the old lunisolar calendar), he was appointed Sachuben (Middle Controller of the Left).
  368. onan (横難) means sudden or unforeseen, unreasonable, and unexpected disaster.
  369. once upon a time, when yamato province had floods and the hatsuse'
  370. one
  371. one gold and silver plated Socho Hosogemon Kyobako box with a lid
  372. one of the chapter titles of Genji Monogatari (The tale of Genji).
  373. one of the government-regulated organizations or facilities under the Ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code).
  374. one of the major east-west streets in Asahikawa City.
  375. one of the major east-west streets in Kyoto City.
  376. one's body part to which their opponent pays their special attention
  377. onemoji: negi (leeks)
  378. or Haneda Yatsushiro Sukune) wife Kurome no Iratsume and on the other hand, in 'Futei' cited in Kenshoki in "Nihonshoki," her father was Prince Ichinobe no Oshihano and her mother was KATSURAGI no Ariomi's wife Haehime.
  379. or SHINGU Juro Yukiie
  380. or for meaning a mirage.
  381. oshiruko (sweet red-bean soup), zenzai (baked mochi and an) and kinakomochi (mochi rice cake sprinkled with soy flour)
  382. otsukuri: sashimi (sliced raw fish)
  383. otsumu: atama (head)
  384. outline
  385. ozo, who is a thief now, cannot identify himself and leaves there crying.
  386. pH 3 to pH 6 (exclusive of pH 6)
  387. pH 6 to pH 7.5 (exclusive of pH 7.5)
  388. pH 7.30
  389. pH 7.5 to pH 8.5 (exclusive of pH 8.5)
  390. pH 8.5 or above
  391. pH value
  392. pH: approx. 8.1
  393. pear - apple - Japanese persimmon - ginkgo - sweet potato - Japanese chestnut - matsutake mushroom - new rice
  394. please check; trans1 unclear
  395. please give your order to someone else".
  396. potato chips
  397. pro Noh musicians
  398. protagonist (shite)
  399. provision of executive allowance for temples and shrines in Kyoto,
  400. purl
  401. rakugo (comic story telling) and kodan (storytelling)
  402. rame seaweed (Eisenia bicylis)
  403. refers to Kagetsuna KATAKURA, Shigezane DATE, and Tsunamoto MONIWA, the three men of the meritorious retainers of Masamune DATE who made the greatest achievements.
  404. refers to Nobunaga ODA, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, and Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, the three busho (Japanese military commander) from present-day Aichi Prefecture, who brought the Sengoku period to an end.
  405. refers to Tadakatsu HONDA, Yasumasa SAKAKIBARA, and Naomasa II, the three meritorious retainers of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA who had outstanding military prowess.
  406. refers to Toshikatsu DOI, Tadatoshi AOYAMA, and Tadayo SAKAI, who served Iemitsu TOKUGAWA.
  407. refers to Xiao He, Zhang Liang, and Han Xin, the three who made the greatest achievements of the meritorious retainers who served Gaozu (first emperor) of the Former Han Dynasty, Liu Bang.
  408. refers to Zhuge Liang, Guan Yu, and Zhang Fei, the three men who made the greatest achievements of the loyal subjects who served Liu Bei, Emperor of Shu of Sangokushi (The Chronicle of the Three Kingdoms).
  409. referst to Takayoshi KIDO, Takamori SAIGO, and Toshimichi OKUBO, the three men who made the greatest achievements of the feudal retainers of domain and shoshi who made contributions to the overthrowing of the Shogunate and the Meiji Restoration.
  410. reki hakase (master of reki (calendar))
  411. representative: Keiichi Maruoka
  412. respectively.
  413. ri (unit)
  414. rice cracker
  415. ripples in the moonlight (carnal desire aroused)
  416. roasted beans
  417. rokoku hakase (master of the clock)
  418. ryo' and 'bu,' which were incorporated into Koshu-kin and the currency system of the Edo period, were highly likely to have been based on the previously-mentioned system, and the weight units' system of drugs was modeled after that of gold and silver.
  419. s = the direction of Sodetake
  420. saikaku' (rhinoceros horn)
  421. sakan (secretary (lowest of the four administrative ranks of the ritsuryo period)
  422. salt
  423. salted cardinalfish: it is used to pickle kimchi.
  424. salted crab: it is called kejan.
  425. salted cutlassfish: it is used to pickle kimchi.
  426. salted damselfish: it is called charijo.
  427. salted mysid shrimp: sometimes called seujo but usually referred to as chokkaru, and it is used in kimchi or pork dishes.
  428. salted sardine: it is called merucho.
  429. salted sea urchin: it is made of a sea urchin called kusaru in Jeju (an island of Korea).
  430. sam + wi > sammi
  431. samurai families for shojo was a manner of appointment.
  432. sanbanme-mono (third-category play)
  433. saponin
  434. sardines
  435. sasa-rindo (bamboo grass and gentians)
  436. sashimi (fresh slices of raw fish)
  437. sausui-zu (a painting of the landscape) (Museum Yamatobunkakan) : important cultural property
  438. says the ticket that is shaped like a petal of a lotus flower, with perforations in the lower part to separate the stub.
  439. sculptures - 2,623 cases (among which 126 cases are national treasures)
  440. se + i
  441. sea cucumber's guts
  442. secondly, they took control of farmers and peasants with "shumon aratame" (originally, an inquisition for suppressing Christianity, but later, it became like a general research on residents), and took religious policies as well, such as a ban of Christianity and issuance of "Jiin Shohatto" (the regulations for Buddhist temples in the Edo period);
  443. seeing millions of offsprings of spiders rushing out from the monster's flank, Yorimitsu examined there and found about twenty more small skulls.
  444. seishu for which no heating or pasteurization has been conducted
  445. seishu stored in a wooden cask and having a lingering fragrance (including those rebottled to bottle or other container).
  446. seishu stored without pasteurization after production and pasteurized just before carrying out from the production site
  447. seishu which, after brewing in wintertime, has matured in a cool brewery during spring and summer and bottled and shipped in autumn when the air temperature becomes low
  448. sesongaissin'
  449. set + in > settin
  450. setsugo (pseudonym using the character, 雪)
  451. setto (a sword given by the emperor in the symbol of his trust to the appointment of someone to a mission)
  452. shaved ice (flavored with syrup) - ice cream - Hiyashi chuka (cold noodle which is topped with egg, roast pork, bean sprouts, tomato, and cucumber) - somen (Japanese vermicelli) - beer - watermelon
  453. she decided to decamp from the Toyotomi clan and left Kodaiin
  454. she was accused by Yododono of spying for the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) and escaped to Edo because she felt endangered.
  455. shichimi togarashi (a mixture of red cayenne pepper and other aromatic spices)
  456. shiokara of cod (salted pacific cod): made by salting down the spawn of Gadidae (a family of fish including cod, haddock, whiting and pollack) until it is fermented.
  457. shirabyoshi (literally, White rhythm)
  458. shirozake (Japanese sake)
  459. shite-kata (main roles)
  460. shite-kata : 561
  461. shitetsure (subordinate to main role), Sato no onna
  462. shohitsu (assistant director of danjodai)
  463. shokkai (job ranking) system; professor, associate professor, lecturer (education), assistant (education), like the system in a university was applied to the staff members in the museum.
  464. short sword
  465. should be a sister or daughter of those at the status of Gunji or above; and
  466. should be selected carefully by their figures.
  467. should not be detected.
  468. shushincho
  469. shuto (salted and fermented bonito intestines) in Kochi Prefecture and others.
  470. side drumer
  471. sightseeing areas
  472. silver 13.20%
  473. single drum multiple drummer technique - one type of drum is struck by many drummers.
  474. single drum, single drummer technique - one type of drum is struck by one drummer.
  475. snow - hoarfrost - ice pillar - skiing - ice skating - Christmas tree - Arima Kinen Nakayama Grand Prix - bonfire - illuminations - treading barley plants - Hakone Ekiden - wooly aphid
  476. so that Jodo-kyo was established with a central focus on Invocation of the Buddha's Name, which was appropriate to the world of Mappo (Age of the Final Dharma) of Gojoku Akuse (五濁悪世).
  477. so the exact origins are unknown.
  478. so they captured it, pierced it with an iron bar, and gibbeted it on the shore of a river;
  479. soeyaku (assistant)
  480. special commuter express/special express/fast express/semi-express/local
  481. standing on the headland of naniwa and looking at the country i possess, i see awashima island, onogoro jima island and the island of ajimasa where the binro (chinese fan palm, livistona chinensis) grows, and i see saketsu shima isla'
  482. statistical report of Nara Prefecture
  483. steam locomotive/steam train
  484. stone wall
  485. stone walls, well, ankyo (culvert), foundation stones, structures and other things
  486. straw hat - sandals - a pair of breeches - yukata (light cotton kimono) - sunglasses - afternoon nap
  487. strawberry - cherry - bonito - tea
  488. strong Japan will be born").
  489. such a family system.
  490. such as above are mentioned.
  491. suguru > sugiru
  492. summary
  493. summer exodus
  494. summer vacation - National High School Baseball Championship - school camp - seaside school - summer time - the Bon Festival - Shoryonagashi (floating lanterns or offerings for the spirits of the deceased) - the radio gymnastic exercises - Tanagyo (sutra for the Bon festival)
  495. surigane (small gong)
  496. susuharai (December 13):
  497. sweet potato
  498. swordplay
  499. system: single track with 2 cars running alternately
  500. t is unknown when this shrine was founded.
  501. taburu > taberu
  502. tachishu (extra) : Choshin (Emperor's servants) Costume: kazaori, kariginu, okuchi
  503. tachishu (extra) : Kannyo (Emperor's female servants) Mask: mask of tsure Female Costume: tsuboori, okuchi, iro-iri
  504. takoyaki (octopus dumplings)
  505. tamemasu (a stone box for sewage to dwell) made of stones
  506. tannin
  507. tarutaru sauce (tartar sauce)
  508. tecchu' (iron pole)
  509. technical arts
  510. ten + wau > tennau > tennou
  511. tenshu (castle tower), yagura (turret), mon (gate), hei (wall), umaya (stable), ishigaki (stone wall), dorui (earthwork), hori (moat)
  512. terminology
  513. the Adachi clan, who filled jobs like Akitajo-no-suke (provincial governor of Akita-jo castle in Dewa Province) and Mutsu no kami (the governor of Mutsu Province);
  514. the Ancient Shinto
  515. the Asai clan, Hidetsugu HASHIBA, Takatsugu KYOGOKU, Kuruwa (walls of a castle), stone wall
  516. the Ashikaga clan, who, as the Toryo (the leading warrior) of the Minamoto clan, successfully filled Kyoto and large provincial governor posts such as the Jibu-no-taifu or Chief assistant to the Minister of the Ceremonies;
  517. the Battle of Miyakowan Bay
  518. the Central Negotiation Committee
  519. the Chikaeshi no Tama (Jewel of Turning Back on the Road)
  520. the Constitution of the Empire of Japan
  521. the Edo Period
  522. the Eight Views of Omi
  523. the Eighth Order of Merit
  524. the Eleventh Order of Merit
  525. the Emperor Organ Theory
  526. the Fifth Order of Merit
  527. the First Independents
  528. the First Order of Merit
  529. the Fourth Order of Merit
  530. the Fushu who were sent to the Japanese territory were a group of Emishi men and women who had yielded to the power of Yamato (Japan) during the wars that occurred intermittently between Yamato and Emishi between the seventh century and ninth century and thus were forced to emigrate to the Japanese territory.
  531. the Hachi no Hire (Bee[-repelling] Scarf): relation with the hire in the myth of Okuninushi is noticed.
  532. the Hetsukagami (Mirror of the Shore)
  533. the Hitotsubashi family first headed by Munetada TOKUGAWA
  534. the Ichijo family
  535. the Ikutama (Jewel of Life)
  536. the Imperial Edict (of 1870) for Establishment of Shinto
  537. the Imperial mausoleum of Emperor Tenji (Tenchi) (Gobyono burial mound, the oldest Imperial mausoleum of Kyoto)
  538. the Karasuma Line of the Kyoto Municipal Subway
  539. the Kingdom of Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia
  540. the Kishu clan, the first lord Yorinobu TOKUGAWA
  541. the Kunin-chojakunin was at least authorized to carry one small sword and to bear a family name.
  542. the Kusagusa no Mono no Hire (Scarf [to ward off] Various Things)
  543. the Kyogoku clan
  544. the Lord, the Jodoshu sect
  545. the Makaru Kaeshi no Tama (Jewel of Resuscitation)
  546. the Medieval Period
  547. the Mifa shanshui is a style of Sansui-ga (Chinese-style landscape painting) with ink that Futsu BEI and his son Mi Youren, literati painters during Sung dynasty in China, are reported to have started
  548. the Mito clan, the first lord Yorifusa TOKUGAWA
  549. the Mononobe clan
  550. the Muromachi and Sengoku (civil war) period
  551. the Ninth Order of Merit
  552. the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan
  553. the Nose clan
  554. the Okitsukagami (Mirror of the Deep)
  555. the Orochi no Hire (Snake[-repelling] Scarf): relation with the hire in the myth of Okuninushi is noticed.
  556. the People's Republic of China
  557. the Portuguese tempero (referring to seasoning)
  558. the Portuguese temporas (referring to sacred period of time)
  559. the Qing dynasty
  560. the Sasaki clan, who worked as a shugo or hereditary military constable and was appointed to Omi no kami (Governor of Omi Province) and Efu no jo (Lieutenant of the Palace Guards).
  561. the Second Independents
  562. the Second Order of Merit
  563. the Sengoku Period
  564. the Seventh Order of Merit
  565. the Shimizu family first headed by Shigeyoshi TOKUGAWA
  566. the Sino-Japanese Agreement
  567. the Sixth Order of Merit
  568. the Spanish and Italian tempora (referring to holy day in four seasons)
  569. the Spanish and Portuguese templo (referring to temple)
  570. the Takatsukasa family
  571. the Tarutama (Jewel of Plenty)
  572. the Tayasu family first headed by Munetake TOKUGAWA
  573. the Tenth Order of Merit
  574. the Teshima clan
  575. the Third Order of Merit
  576. the Twelfth Order of Merit
  577. the Uda administration is called Kanpyo no chi (Glorious Kanpyo rule).
  578. the Yatsuka no Tsurugi (The Eight Hands Long Sword)
  579. the announcement on the next station was changed from 'Next is XX' to 'Next stop is XX,' and basically the announcement was to be made only once except for major stations.
  580. the bowel, spawns and shirako (spermary) of sea breams
  581. the catalog of 'ryoseikoku' (province) > Tosando> Omi Province
  582. the circle in the middle represents wrath (symbolized by snakes) that is the cause of pain, folly (pigs) that represents ignorance and greed (birds)
  583. the early-modern times
  584. the end
  585. the five-household neighborhood unit system (Japanese history), Proclamations of the Keian era, the edict to forbid land transaction, and the hierarchy of samurai, farmers, artisans, and merchants
  586. the formal start of the sea - bathing season - beach - the game of "split-the-watermelon"
  587. the former main hall of the Kyoto Prefectural Office Building (located in Kyoto City and built in 1904)
  588. the fourth head of Okabe family of Kishiwada Domain
  589. the god Inari
  590. the graduation ceremony - cherry blossom viewing - entrance ceremony - open burning - puppet festival - the Boys' Festival - Golden Week (early-May holiday season in Japan) - Mother's Day - rice planting
  591. the guardroom of the right Emon was at the Gishu Gate, respectively.
  592. the head family of Umewaka families.
  593. the head of the family line; or
  594. the image at Matsuo-dera Temple (Maizuru City) - an important cultural property
  595. the incident is often interpreted as the Fujiwara clan's exclusion of other clans.
  596. the inner circular ring represents human beings, and
  597. the left-hand Migoro
  598. the left-hand Okumi
  599. the left-hand Sode
  600. the monarchism school (also called Divine right school) consisting of Yatsuka HOZUMI and Shinkichi UESUGI, etc. who established the theory by focusing on 'monarchism'
  601. the moon reflected in the lake (the moon indicates Boddisattva's heart)
  602. the official work of Sonobe Branch was integrated into that of main office on August 1 due to organizational reconstructing.)
  603. the original form of this Tsuchigumo is said to have been vengeful spirits of the above-mentioned local clans put down by Emperor Jinmu;
  604. the outer circular ring represents human behavior (omen),
  605. the period of the Northern and Southern Courts - the Sengoku period (period of warring states)
  606. the period of the Northern and Southern Dynasties (China)
  607. the post was promoted to Jugoinojo (Upper Grade Junior Fifth Rank) on June 9, 799 and was established;
  608. the post was promoted to Jushiinoge (Lower Grade Junior Fourth Rank) on June 9, 799 and was established;
  609. the rainy season (the spring rainy season) - thunder cloud - water mirage - sudden evening shower (rain) - squall - thunderstorm - sunstroke - sweat - blazing sky
  610. the regular number began with two persons each for the left and right posts, but was increased);
  611. the regular number began with two persons each for the left and right posts, but was increased.)
  612. the regular number began with two persons each for the left and right, but appointees for the job grade were lessened along with the decline of the power of fu (state)).
  613. the regular number began with two persons each for the left and right, but appointees for the job grade were lessened along with the decline of the power of fu).
  614. the regular number is one person each for the left and right posts.)
  615. the regular number is one person each for the left and right posts;
  616. the regular number is two persons each for the left and right Efu (palace guard) and Emonfu, respectively.)
  617. the regular number is two persons each for the left and right Efu and Emonfu, respectively.)
  618. the right-hand Migoro
  619. the right-hand Okumi
  620. the right-hand Sode
  621. the second circular ring represents Rokudo (in this picture, heavenly beings, human beings and Ashura occupy the same place),
  622. the second son of Ayame YOSHIZAWA (I)
  623. the sister-uterine
  624. the site in front of Nara National Museum
  625. the site of Fujiwara-kyo
  626. the site of Fujiwara-kyo - a special historic site
  627. the son of Matataro YAMASHITA (I)
  628. the spirit may curse the person who caused their death and in some cases drive that person to death, and in this way seek retaliation.
  629. the square front part is made smaller than the ones made in later times) but this is said to have been formed during repairs that were made during the Edo period.
  630. the town formed around a post station on a Highway
  631. the town formed around jinya (feudal lord's residence) or daikansho (district office)
  632. the year 1163 (31 years old)
  633. the year 1166 (34 years old)
  634. the year 1167 (35 years old)
  635. the year 1168 (36 years old)
  636. the year 1168 (45 years old)
  637. the year 1169 (37 years old)
  638. the year 1170 (38 years old)
  639. the year 1175 (43 years old)
  640. the year 1175 (52 years old)
  641. the year 1176 (44 years old)
  642. the year 1176 (53 years old)
  643. the year 1179 (47 years old)
  644. the year 1180 (48 years old)
  645. the year 1182 (50 years old)
  646. the year 1183 (51 years old)
  647. the year 1184 (52 years old)
  648. the year 1185 (53 years old)
  649. the year of Boar, November 24
  650. then quietly, from the woods behind the base to that prepared battle field (Sunaoshi),
  651. then, Yorimitsu soon recovered from his illness, and thereafter the sword "Hizamaru," with which Yorimitsu slashed Tsuchigumo, began to be called 'Kumogiri' (Tsuchigumo cutter);
  652. there are no accommodations for tourists.
  653. there is a holy stone in front of the haiden (worship hall) and it is the custom at Juni-jinja Shrine to circle it three times while laughing "waha ha" before offering prayers.
  654. this era is called Jogan no chi (glorious Jogan rule) due to the political situation having become stable and the success of the development support policy and Jogan Kyakushiki Code (Regulations and Procedures of the Jogan Era).
  655. this story is also known by the Noh program "Tsuchigumo" in "Gobanme-mono" (the fifth-category plays).
  656. though it is necessary to pay the extra fare for the subway section), for Tenri, and for Kashiharajingu-mae (to Saidaiji Station, the express stops at the same stations), while the limited expresses are bound for Nara, for Kashiharajingu-mae and Kashikojima (please see the section "Kintetsu Limited Express").
  657. through Rokujo-Santetsu
  658. through the Strait of Malacca to Singapore (from March 25 to March 29),
  659. thunder - typhoon - the first frost of the year - the first snow on a mountain - cirrocumulus - Indian summer - cold blast
  660. thus totaling three versions.
  661. thus, it's completely unreasonable to break the law only to satisfy their own demands without appreciating that they live under the protection of the law (paraphrased).
  662. to Yoshiya-Ino-Kuro-Omiya
  663. to became commonly enshrined in Shinto shrines.
  664. tori taku' (bird peck)
  665. toshiyori
  666. toshiyori (close associates of Shogun)
  667. tourist spots
  668. town formed around a hot spring
  669. town formed around a temple; in the case of a shrine, it was sometimes called Toriimaemachi (town below a shrine gate)
  670. town formed around the whole area of a sea port or river port (including a fishing village which is a settlement with residents engaged in fishery)
  671. town formed where shinto priests of a shrine gathered
  672. town formed with artisans engaged in traditional industries and those engaged in industries such as mining industry, civil engineering, and the construction industry, or a town that prospered as a result of trading related products
  673. town formed with artisans engaged in traditional industries, or a town that prospered as a result of trading their products, which is a kind of the aforementioned Industrial town
  674. town formed with many temples, many of teramachi were in Jokamachi or in the vicinity of Jokamachi during the Edo period
  675. town formed with residents and mansions of the wealthy class who succeeded in business
  676. town formed with temple priests, people involved in temples, and where devotees gathered
  677. town formed with those engaged in commerce and industry in a farming village
  678. town inside the Jokamachi and Jinyamachi, formed with those samurai houses like bukeyashiki (samurai mansion) and samurai yashiki (samurai resident) gathered
  679. town that prospered around a relatively big market
  680. town=>Town
  681. tracing the bloodstains, they reached a cave far up on a mountain, where they found a monster spider, the original form of all evil phenomena;
  682. translate name
  683. translating work was begun in 1862 when he was staying in Shanghai.
  684. trick (Shikake) or mechanism (Kamae)
  685. tsure (accompanying character) : KI no Tsurayuki Costume: kazaori (a traditional black fold-back cap), kariginu, okuchi
  686. two
  687. two sets of Kondo Kyobako Daitsuki
  688. u-vowels/u/
  689. uchimizu (watering) - uchiwa (round fan) - sensu (folding fan) - electric fan - air conditioner - a bamboo blind - wind chime - evening cool - highland - dabbling in water - pool
  690. under armour
  691. undivided Shorei
  692. utensil shop owner Jinzo: Hachizo FUJIKAWA, the second
  693. vase
  694. vitamins
  695. vol. 1 "Zosho Inpu" (Compilation of book seal marks), "Zoku Zosho Inpu", "Zosho Inpu Dai San Shu" "Shinsen Kochu Hyakuin," "Kinsei Kaofu"
  696. vol. 10 "Chikusei Zosho Mokuroku" (Catalogue of Chikusei Library)
  697. vol. 2 "Hon no Ohanashi"; "Hon no Hanashi (Tales about Books)"
  698. vol. 3 "Zokucho Showa"
  699. vol. 4 "Kinsei Nosho Den" (Stories of Skilled Calligrapher in Early-Modern Times)
  700. vol. 5 "Inwa Injin Den" (Story of Engravers of Tenkoku)
  701. vol. 6 "Kinsei Bunga Den"
  702. vol. 7 "Ise Jinbutsu Shi" (Stories of Personalities in Ise)
  703. vol. 8 "Kakisute"
  704. vol. 9 "Edo Hanashi" (Tales on Edo)
  705. vol.1 Hosu no Tachi (The sword of the promising boy) (ISBN 4198912475), vol.2 Koun no Tachi (The sword of a lonely cloud) (ISBN 4198912661), vol.3 Ryusei no Tachi (The sword of a shooting star) (ISBN 419891284X)
  706. volume 50 miscellaneous laws.
  707. volumes 1-10 Jingikan (Department of Worship).
  708. volumes 11-40 Daijokan (Grand Council of State) and Hassho (eight ministries and agencies).
  709. volumes 41-49 other government officials.
  710. waist strap
  711. waki (supporting actor), the shinto priest of Muro
  712. waki, the shrine priest of Muro
  713. wakitsure (companion who appears with the supporting actor in a Noh play), followers (two)
  714. was later revised, and also published as "Hijikata Toshizo Sange".
  715. was/were established.
  716. watakushi arazu.
  717. were appointed to the tonin, and Masashige KUSUNOKI and Nagatoshi NAWA were appointed to the Yoryudo (officer of the government).
  718. were beheaded.
  719. when he died, his oldest son Hisatoki was only 5, and it was March 6, 1304 when Hisatoki became Yoriai-shu at the age of 33.
  720. when he fulfills the requirements set by the Koyasan Shingon sect such as serving out as the chief priest of a temple belonging to Koyasan Shingon sect for 20 years, he would be admitted the title of a honorary chief priest.
  721. where Kamidani (upper valley) and Shimodani (lower valley) meet
  722. while Ukiyoe is descended from Yamato-e painting (a traditional Japanese style painting of the late Heian and Kamakura periods dealing with Japanese themes), and consistent with the cultural background of the comprehensive pictorial art genre; by contrast, it depicts scenes from people's everyday life and things.
  723. who once was a thief, and now a right-hand of Kurama Tengu.
  724. who serve for four years)
  725. whole lamp chimney
  726. wife of Mr. Yoshiki KURODA
  727. with four stanzas
  728. with respect to Noritsune, there is a record of a rumor in another historical material that he survived this battle and that he died in the Battle of Dan-no-ura.)
  729. with three stanzas
  730. with two stanzas
  731. within 58 characters
  732. wooden structure without basements
  733. yakisoba (fried soba)
  734. yakiudon (fried wheat noodles)
  735. year of death unknown
  736. yelled Naomasa, who couldn't stand it, at Kazumasa.
  737. yobanme-mono (fourth-category play)
  738. yojin (lord chamberlain)
  739. yokan color: when blackish clothes fade and get tinged with red, the color is called 'yokan color.'
  740. yom-/yomite/ >/yoNde/
  741. you should go back to Aki once'.
  742. yukata (an informal cotton kimono), kanzashi (an ornamental hairpin), comb, nakasashi (tool for the hairdressing), mosquito net and so on.
  743. yurei (ghost)
  744. A
  745. A "Buke Yashiki" is typically a mansion which a daimyo (provincial lord) kept in Edo as a second house and as a branch office in the Edo period.
  746. A "Daijokanpu", however, had a summary of command inserted between the opening sentence and the second line that contained the actual command.
  747. A "Kamidana" (a household Shinto altar) is a shelf used to enshrine the Shinto gods (Shinto) at home, in office, and in other places.
  748. A "Kamiyo" or "Kamishiro" is a place in this physical world where a god dwells.
  749. A "ge" was an official document submitted by a lower grade governmental official (hikan) to a higher grade official (shokan) in the ritsuryo sytem (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code).
  750. A "giko gafu" is a Chinese folk song (gafu) borrowing only a title from an older Chinese folk song (kogafu).
  751. A "maneki-neko" is an ornament in the shape of a cat beckoning with a forepaw.
  752. A "marquis" or "marquess" is the second of five peerage ranks.
  753. A "political community based on a league" that uses the armed forces constitutes ikki.
  754. A "rin (鈴)" a Buddhist instrument.
  755. A "shigo" (a posthumous name) is given.
  756. A "story book written in kana" said that they also gained popularity among townspeople in the early Edo period or in the middle of the 17th century.
  757. A "tea ceremony report" said that pieces of excellent classical calligraphy began to be used as hanging scrolls for decoration of alcoves in tea rooms.
  758. A "yako" is a low level yoko (fox spirit).
  759. A "yamakasa" refers to a ceremonial implement used in shrine festivals, the form of which is similar to that of a mikoshi (portable shrine carried in festivals) or a dashi (float).
  760. A "yonin" was a kokushi (provincial governor) who received all the benefits as the governmental officer without having ever gone to the place of appointment.
  761. A 'Hojo Kuyo Hoyo' is held every year on Health and Sports Day, which is the ritual event that fish are released into the pond within the precinct in order to give thanks to the animals that are eaten on a daily basis.
  762. A 'Itsutsujinomiya' who was dispatched to Kyushu by Emperor Godaigo is thought not to be from this line, however, details are not known.
  763. A 'Japanese sword' is a term originally used by other countries.
  764. A 'Oidashi' or 'barashi' performer does a short humorous routine until the audience leaves the theater.
  765. A 'Sutefuda' stating the details of the criminal such as name and age and of the crime itself was put up in each of the five places mentioned earlier and in the execution site (which meant 6 sutefuda were erected).
  766. A 'Tessen' made of iron ribs is hardly different from an iron bar, and can be a weapon used to slap or beat.
  767. A 'cold water peddler' in particular is introduced like this, "On a summer day, the vendors take water from a pure fountain and sell it with white soft sugar and rice-flour dumplings for four mon (unit of currency) per bowl, or eight mon at customer's request, and more sugar is added if it is sold for twelve mon.
  768. A 'kabu' of Ushioni is being displayed in the station building of Uwajima Station of the JR Yosansen Line.
  769. A 'kigo' (seasonal reference) is oftentimes included.
  770. A 'kinranwa' may be used informally in place of the 'kumowa'.
  771. A 'kinsoku no mori' (forbidden forest) is located behind the main building.
  772. A 'mud boat' where mud is put into a cut-out hole before the stage plays the role of a pond.
  773. A 'narrator' gives the impression that they would remain appearing on stage, but this is not always the case with kyogen-mawashi.
  774. A 'pistol' by the way, was a name applied for the public display, and in the strict sense, it was actually a handgun.
  775. A 'rin' is placed on a mattress called 'rin futon', which is put on a table called 'rindai'.
  776. A 'rindai' is a Buddhist instrument that serves as a table for a 'rin'.
  777. A 'rokaku' is drawn on two fragments of these vessels.
  778. A 'shadow lady' with a complex background
  779. A 'spontaneous village' to be mentioned often indicated a unity of several rural communities.
  780. A 'stone-fenced mokkaku' (wooden burial chamber) was found in the center top of the tomb.
  781. A 'temple bell' is mostly used after modern music, especially in contemporary classical music.
  782. A 'village' in the Edo period (1615-1868) was a unit of autonomous community of farming ranks that developed from medieval 惣村 (soson, a self-governing rural community).
  783. A 'village' used in this sense indicates an area much more spacious than a rural community.
  784. A 'yagura' refers to a frame including the legs of a hori-gotatsu (a foot warmer built into a floor) or a kotatsu, on which a kotatsu blanket is spread.
  785. A (嗚呼, あ), I (五十, い), E (可愛, え), Shi (二二, し), Bu (蜂音, ぶ)
  786. A 1,000-day nenbutsu memorial service and, after his death, a 10,000-day nenbutsu memorial service, a 30,000-day nenbutsu memorial service and a 40,000-day memorial service (100 years) were conducted.
  787. A 1/150th scale paper model kit of the station has been sold by the Kyoto Mokei as one of 'Showa no ekisha Series (post-house in Showa Series).'
  788. A 10 minute walk from the south exit of Ogikubo Station on the JR/Marunouchi Line
  789. A 10 minutes walk from Azuchi Station of JR Biwako Line
  790. A 10 monme bill was exchanged for 3 sen 9 ri, a 1 monme bill for 4 ri, and a 2 bu bill for 1 ri.
  791. A 10,000th shaku (ryo)
  792. A 10-minute walk from Tatsutagawa Station on the Kintetsu Ikoma Line.
  793. A 100,000th shaku (ryo)
  794. A 1000th shaku (ryo)
  795. A 100th shaku (ryo)
  796. A 10th of 1 cho is called tan using two different kanji or Chinese characters, '反' or '段.'
  797. A 110-centimeter long iron sword with 24 letters inlaid with gold was excavated.
  798. A 13 minutes-walk from Nagahama Station of JR Biwako Line
  799. A 15-minute walk from Hatakeda Station on the JR West Wakayama Line.
  800. A 178X72 centimeter painting.
  801. A 2-axle passenger car was small, its maximum capacity was 32 passengers, and there were no doors to connect to the other cars.
  802. A 20-minute walk after getting off at Ichu-mae.
  803. A 21-Faced Kannon statue, made by Tsuneo MYOCHIN, is installed as the object of worship in the present-day Dining Hall.
  804. A 3,000 koku of rice crop (approx. 180 liters/koku) was provided for the post yearly from 1723, and 250 ryo (a monetary unit at that time) in gold yearly in 1805 and later.
  805. A 300 year-old willow tree
  806. A 31-syllable Japanese poem which Sukeyoshi sent to Ryosa together with a priest's robe for the celebration of his ninetieth birthday in 1661 still remains.
  807. A 4.5 tatami mat-size teahouse named Sakumu-ken Teahouse attributed Joo TAKENO, the master of SEN no Rikyu, on which a work of calligraphy written by Shuho Myocho, who founded Daitoku-ji Temple, was hung to serve as the name of the building.
  808. A 400 year-old weeping cherry tree located at Guho-ji Temple in Mt. Mama-san near Konodai is called "'Fusehime-zakura' after "Hakkenden."
  809. A 45 km-long bicycle path connecting the Togetsu-kyo Bridge in Arashiyama and the Izumi Ohashi Bridge in Kizugawa City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  810. A 6.1-meter long vertical stone chamber was detected almost in the center of its back circular part.
  811. A 61-year old priest Chogen SHUNJOBO was appointed to the position of Daikanjin (priest to collect contributions) toward reconstruction of the Great Buddha and the Halls.
  812. A 7.1-meter long, 1.4-meter wide vertical stone chamber was discovered on the top of the middle circular part, in which a part of an assembled slab Nagamochi-gata (chest-shaped) stone coffin was detected.
  813. A 700 year old 'five-needle white pine' is also popular with tourists.
  814. A Background of A Policy of Europeanization
  815. A Betto was equivalent to the Kami (director) of the Shitokan (four classifications of bureaucrats' ranks).
  816. A Black Kite (a bird) and a Crow, Monochrome Light Ink Painting on Paper (a pair of scrolls) by Yosa BUSON
  817. A Book about Yoshiaki records that he was called Buke Gosho as another name.
  818. A Brief Biography
  819. A Brief History
  820. A British architect Josiah Conder who visited Japan as Oyatoi-Gaikokujin (foreign residents in Japan employed to teach new techniques) published "Landscape gardening in Japan" in 1893 from the Publisher, Kelly & Walsh.
  821. A Buddha hall is a building within a Buddhist temple that enshrines Buddhist statues and in which prayers and memorial services are made.
  822. A Buddhism funeral may be held at a temple, and a Shinto funeral is held at a place other than a shrine which is regarded as the holy precincts.
  823. A Buddhist mass held every 50 years to commemorate the birth of Kobo daishi, the founder of the sect, and to mourn his death
  824. A Buddhist mass held every 50 years to commemorate the founding of 88 sacred places in Mt. Joju
  825. A Buddhist memorial service commemorating 399 years after the death of Yoshimasa TANAKA, the lord of the Yanagawa Domain consisting of thirty-two thousands koku ("koku" was a system for determining land value for tribute purposes), was held in March of 2008.
  826. A Buddhist memorial service for Cloistered Emperor Kanpyo, the founder of the school, held every 50 years
  827. A Buddhist memorial service for successive monzeki, held every 50 years
  828. A Buddhist priest who is stationed at a temple and acts for the chief of temple.
  829. A Buddhist sect cannot be established without this process.
  830. A Buddhist sermon written by Daito-kokushi (Gegeshosango)
  831. A Buddhist statue is placed at the center and amacha is poured over it with a tea ladle as a celebration.
  832. A Buddhist structure called 'Tahoto-Reido,' that was built when the funicular railroad started operating, serves as the station.
  833. A Buddhist structure, completed in 1992 and called 'Fumyoden,' serves as the station.
  834. A Buddhist temple in which Hokke-e (Lotus Sutra ceremony) is held is also called Hokke-do Hall (example: Hokke-do Hall of Todai-ji Temple, commonly known as 'Sangatsu-do').
  835. A Bugaku (Japanese court dance and music) is also offered.
  836. A Cabinet consisting of the Prime Minister and the various Ministers (excluding the Imperial Household Minister) was formed.
  837. A Change in the Urban Employment Area (UEA) (10 percent commuting area)
  838. A Chinese Southern Song period landscape using ink and light color on paper.
  839. A Chinese book contains a record concerning the costume of AWATA no Mahito, which states that he 'wore coronet of office with floral decoration and a purple robe tide with a silk sash,' and seems to have been equivalent to raifuku.
  840. A Chinese character '簪' (kanzashi) refers to hair ornaments used in China.
  841. A Chinese character is used consistently for each sound, with characters needing many brushstrokes not being used.
  842. A Chinese stringed instrument called the sangen was introduced to Sakai, Osaka, through Ryukyu toward the end of the Warring States period (Japan).
  843. A Chinese-style hairdo.
  844. A Chiyokaze class patrol boat "Matsukaze," belonging to Japan Coast Guard.
  845. A Chorus Line: December 21 to February 5, 2006
  846. A Chronicle of the Later Three Years War in Oshu
  847. A Circular Arena
  848. A City in Japan
  849. A Claymore is struck against the side of a Japanese sword.
  850. A Comment on the Novelist
  851. A Company Commander and Army Infantry Captain Bunkichi KANNARI led the troops.
  852. A Confucian who was a close friend of Yasube HORIBE.
  853. A Coup d'etat and Prince Mochihito-o Raises an Army
  854. A Court cap roughly consists of three parts: the main part which covers the head, a koji where a topknot is kept, and a long strip of thin cloth called ei which hangs down to the back.
  855. A Crow at Dawn
  856. A Daifang Commandery envoy of Wei visited Wakoku, offering the King of Wa an Imperial Rescript and an official seal.
  857. A Daijo was equivalent to a Jo (Inspector; third highest of the four administrative ranks of the ritsuryo period; also known as Hogan) of the Shitokan.
  858. A Daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) had to make obligatory delivery of 100 Koku of rice per 10,000 Koku crop yields to the Bakufu.
  859. A Death Poem
  860. A Democrat.
  861. A Demonic Retainer
  862. A Diet staffer who exercises the police power in the Japanese Diet Building.
  863. A Dream of Dreams (夢から覚めた夢): May 27 to August 27
  864. A Drop of Moisture from a Stalk: The celebration of the construction of Hojo-ji Temple
  865. A Duke or Prince is the highest of the five peerage ranks.
  866. A Duke, which in English is said to be derived from the Latin word dux meaning a Roman General, or a Prince, the son of a member of the Royal Family, are equivalent titles for nobles in Europe and Russia.
  867. A Dutch doctor named Gerardus DICTEN (ca. 1696 - 1770) translated the text into Dutch.
  868. A Dutch scholar (Rangakusha) was a person who pursued and researched Western sciences by means of the Dutch language.
  869. A First Lieutenant.
  870. A French composer Olivier MESSIAEN composed 'Seven Haikai' (literally, seven 17-syllable verses, in 1962) of which the second number is titled 'Nara Park and Lanterns of Stone.'
  871. A French minister, L?on ROCHES, lodged an official protest and met with Shogun Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA to discuss the affair in Osaka-jo Castle on August 24.
  872. A French restaurant located on the seventh floor of the Kambaikan in Muromachi Campus.
  873. A Fudai daimyo with 100,000 koku (approx. 180 liters/koku) rice yields was sometimes appointed the post, but he was called Tairo-kaku (Tairo level) instead of Tairo.
  874. A Fukusa without a Board
  875. A Fuseya was a temporary relief station and lodging facility for travelers that was established in many parts of Japan during the kodai ritsuryosei (ancient East Asian system of centralized governance).
  876. A General Motors Cadillac was introduced as the fourth goryosha in 1951.
  877. A General Survey of Japan (only the table of contents survives)
  878. A Giyoden Hall that was reconstructed according to the original design stands at the present Kyoto Imperial Palace.
  879. A Gobosei (pentacle) mark-a symbol of the Army--remains on a girder of the Shidan-bashi Bridge over the Sosui (channel).
  880. A Gobosei was embroidered with gold line (silver line) on the top of the official cap of the military uniform (Imperial Japanese Army) formal attire (taireifuku [court dress, full-dress uniform]) that the under-officers put on as the formal attire or the ceremonial dress.
  881. A Gorinto (a gravestone composed of five pieces piled up one upon another) with two small Gorinto and stylobate (allegedly Chikafusa KITABATAKE's grave)- built in the first half of the Muromachi period, designated as an important cultural property on March 23, 1961
  882. A Group of Pine Trees (1918, Nakano Museum of Art)
  883. A Guji of a given shrine is considered equal in rank to all other Guji regardless of the sizes of their respective shrines, provided only that the said shrines are recognized by the Jinja-Honcho.
  884. A Gun Metsuke (an inspector of foot soldiers).
  885. A Gundai or Koribugyo was set up in each domain in order to administer government in directly controlled clan territories.
  886. A Gundan system was enforced under Taiho Ritsuryo (Taiho Code) established in 701.
  887. A Gunga was a kind of Kanga (government office) facility as well as a Kokufu (ancient provincial office or capital) and Eki (an ancient station, supporting facilities for a traffic system under Ritsuryo system) and also pronounced in several ways such as Guuke, Gunge, Kooge and Gunin.
  888. A Gunji candidate recommended by Kokushi had to visit Shikibu-sho to have an interview before being appointed.
  889. A Gunryo was placed behind them in Shiribeshi.
  890. A Gyokuto, a rabbit that symbolizes the moon, is said to be an inhabitant of the moon.
  891. A Gyotai (fish box) is an accessory used for Sokutai costume (traditional formal court dress).
  892. A Hakata-kei Kaki Yamakasa refers to a yamakasa that has the same style as a present-day kaki yamakasa.
  893. A Hakata-kei Yamakasa (Hakata Group Yamakasa) refers to a yamakasa that has the same style as a present-day kazari yamakasa.
  894. A Handsome Youth
  895. A Hane-sensu can be used for a prop in strip theaters.
  896. A Hanpu bag made with plain sailcloth, continuing the tradition from the time of Ichizawa Hanpu.
  897. A Hatsu-uma festival is held at Inari-sha shrines, and this is often counted as one of Japan's zassetsu (festivals other than those held on the twenty-four points of the old solar calendar, the five seasonal festivals, etc.).
  898. A Heian-period manuscript.
  899. A Heike no Ochudo legend in Yunishikawa is on display at Heike Ochudo Folk Museum and events such as the Heike Taisai Festival are also held here.
  900. A Hibashi chopstick consists of two iron sticks narrow at the points, and is about 25 centimeters to 40 centimeters long.
  901. A Hichiriki instrument is an instrument with unstable musical intervals.
  902. A Hichiriki instrument is put into green tea so that the reed gets soft.
  903. A Hidemitsu's son (later Shigetoshi MIYAKE) later became a vassal of Katataka TERASAWA and then was killed by the uprising force led by Shiro AMAKUSA in the Amakusa War when he was a Keeper of Tomioka-jo Castle in Amakusa.
  904. A Hikirigi presented by this shrine was also used in the Daijo-sai festival of the present Emperor.
  905. A Hira-jiro castle indicates a castle built on flat land.
  906. A Hiroshi Suekawa memorial room
  907. A History of Manyo-gana
  908. A History of the Japanese Performing Arts' states that the history of heikyoku can be traced back to a vision-impaired monk attending a ceremony to consecrate a newly made Buddhist image which was held in Daibutsu-den Hall (the Great Buddha hall) of Todai-ji Temple.
  909. A Hogin was a sealed paper bag that contained both Chogin and Mameitagin of the same quality that had been combined to attain a certain ryome (e.g. one silver sheet of 43 monme for a prize or present and 500 ryome for business transactions).
  910. A Hollywood actor (and a full-time worker at Industrial Light & Magic).
  911. A Hollywood actor and singer.
  912. A Hollywood actor.
  913. A Hollywood actress.
  914. A Hong Kong movie "Shaolin Soccer" expresses pitifulness by a scene of sucking a raw egg crashed on a dirty shoe.
  915. A Honke-matsuke-ronso was a dispute between a head family and a branch family of a daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) family (particularly early modern daimyo) concerning social standing during the Edo period.
  916. A Honzon enshrined and decorated in the Buddhist altar is called "Onaibutsu" in Shinshu.
  917. A Horokudama was a weapon designed to wound and kill enemies by lighting its fuse, putting it into a large gun, such as the 112-gram matchlock, and firing it off.
  918. A Japan Railways D51 Class Steam Locomotive (D51 1149) and 3 carriages of a B Sleeper (JR 10 class carriages) were located at the site and used as accommodation.
  919. A Japanese Haiku of Death
  920. A Japanese Temple
  921. A Japanese ancient festival of ancestor worship
  922. A Japanese ascetic monk who went to Sung devoted it when he entered a monastery.
  923. A Japanese carpenter.
  924. A Japanese classical literature scholar, Kiyonao MIKANNAGI (1812-1892) named OKIHARA no Miniku, a teacher of law in the Ritsuryo System, as the possible compiler of the document.
  925. A Japanese clock is a clock made in Japan mainly during the Edo period.
  926. A Japanese common flying squid dried and formed into the shape of tokkuri is called 'Ika tokkuri;' it is a sake bottle as well as eaten as a side dish.
  927. A Japanese cypress tree in Fuseya of Sonohara, Shinano Province.
  928. A Japanese dyeing technique
  929. A Japanese entertainer Tamori once said in a series of materials making fun of Nagoya City, that "Ebi furai is called "ebi furya" in the Nagoya dialect."
  930. A Japanese envoy to Tang Dynasty China; Kento-shi (Japanese envoy to Tang Dynasty China).
  931. A Japanese gardener who worked during this period in Europe was Wasuke HATA and in the North America it was Isaburo KISHIDA.
  932. A Japanese history book says that the Saga Goryu was founded in the Konin period by the fifty second Emperor, Saga (October 7, 786-August 28, 842), who had set up his palace on the ground of Daikaku-ji Temple.
  933. A Japanese speaking home, in which family members spoke Japanese even at home, was the ultimate goal of the kokugo movement.
  934. A Japanese style room offers a multi-purpose space that can be used for purposes from dining, to a family get-together, a study or a bedroom, achieved by taking out and putting in things such as a folding table, zabuton (traditional Japanese cushions used to sit on the floor), and Japanese-style bedding.
  935. A Japanese style three-storey pagoda housing Bhaisajyaguru stands on the eastern bank of the pond, and the main hall (Kutai Amida-do) housing Amitabha on the western bank.
  936. A Japanese sword is not really light if you compare in the blade length, because its handle is longer than other swords.
  937. A Japanese sword is originally suitable to 'cut off.'
  938. A Japanese sword is struck against a Rapier.
  939. A Japanese sword is struck against the side of an imitation sword made of stainless-steel.
  940. A Japanese sword is struck against the side of another Japanese sword.
  941. A Japanese sword itself is required to be registered, and a sword without a registration needs to be notified to the Police and investigated.
  942. A Japanese sword with an average shape with a warped blade and several parts including Tsuka, Tsuba and Seppa.
  943. A Japanese translation of the Old Testament was completed in 1880.
  944. A Japanese who accompanied the party to take care of the Jesuits and arrested along the way.
  945. A Japanese who was arrested in Kyoto.
  946. A Japanese-style posthumous name of Emperor Tenmu was Amanonunahara Oki no Mahito no Sumeramikoto.
  947. A Japanese-style posthumous name was 大足彦忍代別天皇 (Otarashihiko oshirowake no Sumeramikoto) and it was written as 大帯日子淤斯呂和氣天皇 in Kojiki.
  948. A Japanese-style room is a room on whose floor tatami mats are laid in a traditional Japanese house.
  949. A Japanese-syle inn, Kamiyuso Inn
  950. A Jidoku/Jito was a scholar who was an academic tutor for the emperor.
  951. A Jizo-bon event (an event to commemorate Jizo as the protector of children)
  952. A Jo (same rank as Jurokui [Junior Sixth Rank] and Jushichii [Junior Seventh Rank])
  953. A Journey to Nanga, Chuo Bijutsu sha, 1924
  954. A Juken disciple, Tene Gie, appeared and was known as the reviver of the Unmon sect.
  955. A Kado-ka is a person who arranges flowers.
  956. A Kado-ka is sometimes called "flower artist,""Ikebana-sakka," "Soka-ka,"or"Hana-shi."
  957. A Kaido is a traffic route or road which connects one place to another by land.
  958. A Kaigen-hoyo ceremony (an eye-opening ceremony) was held in 1185.
  959. A Kaisan-do hall is a hall dedicated to the founding priest of a temple.
  960. A Kamakura period statue crafted in 1250 that predates the founding of Ryogen-in Temple and carries the inscription "created by Gyoshin."
  961. A Kamakura-period transcription (done in 1274-1275) of the Shin kokin wakashu (New Collection of Ancient and Modern Waka, usually called the Shin kokinshu).
  962. A Kami (same rank as Shorokuinojo [Senior Sixth Rank, Upper Grade])
  963. A Kamon was created to serve as an unique emblem that represented a family's identity, clearly revealing the family name of its owner.
  964. A Kamuro is a girl around ten years old who is in charge of odd jobs related to an oiran.
  965. A Kanin is an official seal given to government officials and offices to prove their social and public status in China and Japan.
  966. A Kanpaku was assigned, but SHIRAKAWA attempted to rule directly like his father had done, after his father, the retired Emperor, died of illness in 1070 (Jiryaku 5), and also attempted to regulate the Shoen(manor) system thereby trying to weaken the influence of the Regent/Kanpaku Houses.
  967. A Karaoke box is frequently used for an after-party of a social gathering by students and corporate employees.
  968. A Kendo match always involved one-to-one fighting.
  969. A Kichiya KAMIMURA welcome-home party was held in Kitsuki City.
  970. A Kikkoman salesman, a second generation Japanese American, Tam YOSHINAGA, inspired by a Japanese teriyaki dish of fish which was prepared by his mother, invented the American version of soy sauce-based teriyaki cooking method that went well with meat.
  971. A Kimpu (envelope with gift money) can be put on a Sensu when offered.
  972. A Kinu, a sacred bird that symbolizes the sun, is a golden bird with three legs that is said to be an inhabitant or an incarnation of the sun.
  973. A Knight was initially a honorary title for warriors who fought on a horse, but later became one who held the no Kizoku title.
  974. A Kocho (head of towns and villages) was assigned in towns and villages.
  975. A Komuso was considered to be an itinerant priest who 'traveled around the provinces while collecting alms by playing the Shakuhachi (bamboo flute) and, did not have a shaved head.'
  976. A Korean history book, "Samguk Sagi" (History of the Three Kingdoms), also provided evidence of these same events; there were details describing repeated invasions into the Korea Kingdoms by Wa and the taking hostage of the princes of Silla and Paekche.
  977. A Kozan-ji Temple was a Chokugan-ji Temple (temple built at the order of the emperor) where the Imperial scroll of 'Kozan-ji Temple' was granted it as an Imperial gift from Emperor Goyozei.
  978. A Kucho (ward mayor) was assigned in each ward (Article 5).
  979. A Kuge (a Court noble)
  980. A Kugyo (high court noble) of the fourth court rank Sangi (councilor) or higher used the Gyotai with gold ornament and the Tenjobito (a high-ranking courtier allowed into the Imperial Palace) put on the Gyotai with silver ornament.
  981. A Kyogen (farce played during a Noh cycle) performer.
  982. A Kyoto City Bus line exists between Kamo kaido and Karasuma-dori Street.
  983. A Lady-in-Waiting Who Grieved to Wear: The death of Emperor Go-Ichijo and Emperor Go-Suzaku's accession to the throne
  984. A Lion Mask inscribed with the year 1598 has been handed down, which shows that it had started around that time.
  985. A List of Fudai Daimyo
  986. A List of Hanke
  987. A List of Traditional Vegetables of Kyo
  988. A List of Well-known Hibutsu in Japan
  989. A List of ichinomiya shrines
  990. A Malaysian and Indonesian porridge made with white or black rice.
  991. A Mamorifuda is usually called 'Omamori' and distributed in a pouch of cotton.
  992. A Mandala (Buddhist visual schema of the enlightened mind) is painted on the skull which is then padded out and a wide variety of delicacies are offered.
  993. A Master's program was established as an independent research course for research on America for the first time in Japan in the 1991 academic year.
  994. A Master's program was established in 1950, and a doctoral program was established in 1953.
  995. A Master's program was established in 1955.
  996. A Masterpiece of the Kyogen Play of Revenge
  997. A Meinichi usually describes the exact date and month of a person's death, called Shotsuki Meinichi after the first anniversary.
  998. A Memorial service for the festival day is held in the Fudo-do hall.
  999. A Memorial service for the regular monthly festival is held.
  1000. A Migyosho (or Mikyosho) was a form of ancient document issued by a Keishi (household superintendant) with a court rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) or higher used for conveying the intentions of their masters from the late Heian period to the Muromachi period.

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