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  1. Actor A: "Sah" ('sah' is a call for urging other person)
  2. Actor B: "Sah"
  3. Actor Makoto FUJITA was her nephew.
  4. Actor Yotaro KATSUMI, who had been working as a film director at Shochiku Kamata Studio, established this company and produced films in which he played the role of director as well as the leading character.
  5. Actors
  6. Actors and voice artists who played Toshizo HIJIKATA
  7. Actors engage in Monoimi (purification through fasting and abstention) called Bekka (literally, "separate fire," during which they cook with sacred fire, avoiding unclean fire used by others, particularly women) for a period of time.
  8. Actors in the first-time performance of the play
  9. Actors in the opening
  10. Actors of Kanshojo and tayu was compared with the 'lord Tenjin' worship, and they performed after purifying oneself (religiously) by abstaining from eating meat.
  11. Actors of the first performance
  12. Actors such as Bunta SUGAWARA, who had a strong constitution for alchohol fared well, but many actors who were not strong to alcohol had a hard time keeping up with Fukasaku.
  13. Actors such as Umetaro NAKAMURA (changed his name from 'Makino Umetaro'), Seinosuke HAYASHI, Ryosuke KAGAWA, Kazuichi NARIMATSU and Kiyoshi SAWADA
  14. Actors tend to have a series of Myoseki (stage names) that evolve and change over time. (eg. an actor may take an initial name of `Kotaro NAKAMURA` that is subsequently changed to `Fukusuke NAKAMURA` and ends up as `Utaemon NAKAMURA` after a period being known as of `Shikan NAKAMURA`)
  15. Actors use it to enter or exit the stage.
  16. Actors who play the other roles wear basically the same makeup.
  17. Actors who played in the first performance
  18. Actors who played the part of Ko NAKAHIRA
  19. Actors' disciples or supporting players usually work as kurogo.
  20. Actors, singers and so on who generally do not wear atsugesho may occassionally use it to follow planned content or to achieve an effect desired by the performers themselves or by a producer when they appear in photographs, movies, special programs, or advertisements for cosmetics.
  21. Actors, street performers, and so on
  22. Actors: Danjuro ICHIKAWA, Sanemon ARASHI the first, Tojuro SAKATA, Kikunojo SEGAWA the third, Kikugoro ONOE the third, and Koshiro MATSUMOTO the fifth
  23. Actress Takako IRIE (real name: Hideko) was his second daughter and his first daughter and Hideko's elder sister, Toshiko HIGASHIBOJO served Empress Teimei as court lady for a long time in the Taisho era and was married to Rikizo HOSOKAWA, the founder of Meguro Gajoen.
  24. Actress Yoshiko NAKAMURA
  25. Actresses from Toei Kyoto Studio Park perform Tekomai or dress up as Edo Geisha (the only place in Kansai?)
  26. Acts as Kannagi (written as 神和ぎ)
  27. Acts by the Sonno (advocate of imperial rule) Shishi
  28. Acts of celestial beings and angels are reflected in acts of humans and in contrast how humans show their freedoms and abilities is also reflected in heaven and the spiritual world.
  29. Actual Examples
  30. Actual class system
  31. Actual condition in Japan
  32. Actual crocodiles are rarely illustrated in the picture books of this story, but this is a result of misinterpretation of this point.
  33. Actual examples of his calligraphy
  34. Actual incident
  35. Actual information about hanami
  36. Actual management is currently implemented by the central and local organizations (30 parishes in Japan and three parishes abroad (開教区), with 420 groups (So (組)) in those parishes).
  37. Actual movements are:
  38. Actual name is Gennosuke UTSUYAMA.
  39. Actual name is Shigebe FUJII.
  40. Actual operations were conducted by bugyonin (magistrate), and kodoneri and zoshiki, lower-ranked officers, were also organized.
  41. Actual records of the Four Confucian Texts
  42. Actual results showed no remarkable changes in blood sugar level and some people are still doubtful of the effect of a mikan diet.
  43. Actual situations of forced labor
  44. Actual training was conducted by Kiyoshi NAKAKURA (who was at the time Morihei's adopted son-in-law), Junichi HAGA and Gorozo NAKAJIMA: These comprised the so-called 'trio of Yushinkan,' who were the three high-caliber disciples of a close friend, Hiromichi NAKAYAMA (of the Shindo-Munen school of swordsmanship).
  45. Actual vacant car indicator
  46. Actually Naishi no suke no tsubone, menoto (a woman providing breast-feeding to a highborn baby) of the Emperor Antoku.
  47. Actually Ukifune is not dead, and is helped by Yokawa no Sozu (the Prelate of Yokawa).
  48. Actually Yosuke is Shojaku YOSHIDA, a samurai in Kyoto.
  49. Actually he even said that "When I write something, I'm trying to write in a way that even monkeys can understand".
  50. Actually it was a war by proxy between Tokugawa and Toyotomi, but because of this the confrontation plot of "Iga vs. Koga" often appears in novels or ninja cartoons even today.
  51. Actually it was in the period of Yoshinori ASHIKAGA that the Ogasawara clan gained the position of the master of kyuba of the shogun family and furthermore it was not the Shinano-Ogasawara clan, but the Kyoto-Ogasawara clan.
  52. Actually some portions are omitted.
  53. Actually the Emperor Antoku who was thought to have died by drowning herself in Dannoura.
  54. Actually there were a case in which 24 shogunal retainers of the eastern provinces (Togoku) inclulding MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune in the time of MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, were appointed directly and were forbidden to go east of Sunamoto (Gifu).
  55. Actually there were not any of Mitsuhide's vassals among the traitors in Honno-ji no Hen, and furthermore, they did their best in the Battle of Yamazaki in spite of their inferiority.
  56. Actually, Ametsuchi no Uta (Uta means a song) is not a song and it may be appropriate to be called as Ametsuchi no Kotoba (literally, words of heaven and earth), however, it is commonly called as Ametsuchi no Uta.
  57. Actually, Ashikaga family of Seiwa-Genji and Koga family of Murakami-Genji served as Genji choja alternately (the former's tenure was longer than that of the latter).
  58. Actually, Buncho described himself as disciple of Bunrei in the introduction document in 1821.
  59. Actually, Chiyojo was a blood relative of the important family Mochizuki, and Moritoki MOCHIZUKI, who was a nephew of Shingen, became irimuko (a man who takes his wife's name) of the Mochizuki family.
  60. Actually, Furosaki Byobu is of great variety.
  61. Actually, Kumesaburo's mother opposed having him appear in a butch haircut from the very beginning of Act Two.
  62. Actually, Kuronushi added the poem to his bound book the previous night, after eavesdropping on Komachi's poem.
  63. Actually, Mitsuhide AKECHI's second daughter, who was Hidemitsu's wife, was an adopted daughter from Mitsukado AKECHI and therefore, it can be interpreted as meaning that he succeeded as the head of his wife's parental family.
  64. Actually, Motsunabe dishes made from many kinds of offal besides intestines are not unusual.
  65. Actually, Nakamoto TOMINAGA and others claimed that "nyozegamon" originally meant "secondhand information", and that it did not mean the information had been heard directly from Shakyamuni.
  66. Actually, Ninja minimized chances of direct fighting.
  67. Actually, Nobushige was lost because of dense mist on that day and could not make it on time, and reluctantly Mototsugu engaged the battle.
  68. Actually, Sada's lyrics includes 'Shoronagashi ga hanayakani' (spectacular Shoronagashi), and also his group's first album "Wasuremono" contains "Shoronagashi" which includes the sounds of firecrackers during its lead-in.
  69. Actually, Takako of Shinabe (technicians in offices) was in charge of raising falcons.
  70. Actually, Takenori AKASHI turned to Tadamasa TANAKA because Nagamasa KURODA banned Christianity after Yoshitaka KURODA's death.
  71. Actually, Toshiie MAEDA told that he disliked Narimasa because although in the Toami murder for which Toshiie paid the penalty of temporary banishment, he forgave the sin of stole of Toami due to the petition of Narimasa, he spoke ill of him.
  72. Actually, Yasubei planned to stop over Osaka and carry out the revenge resolutely by placing Soemon HARA as a leader.
  73. Actually, Yoshio IMAIZUMI says that Emperor Gohanazono's enthronement had the support of the shogunate, and had nothing to do with IKKYUU's recommendation.
  74. Actually, a rank list of regions with a large production of Udon noodles in fiscal 2004 shows that Kagawa Prefecture known for Sanuki Udon won first prize followed by Saitama Prefecture.
  75. Actually, according to an investigation in which both the components of the kosa captured in China and those in Tsukuba City, Ibaragi Prefecture in Japan, were analyzed, the kosa in Tsukuba City included more nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and hydrogen sulfate (HSO4), supporting the relationship described above.
  76. Actually, adhering to Mahayana has benefits.
  77. Actually, after finishing the shooting, Mifune shouted at Kurosawa, 'You kill me!?'
  78. Actually, as the case where the chuin period is over three months coincides with the case where a person died in the latter half of the month, such cases could account for more than half of all cases.
  79. Actually, because Kyoto Shoshidai, whose job was to monitor and negotiate with the Imperial Court, was governing from a mansion to the north of Nijo-jo Castle, in the Shogun's absence the castle was not used at all as an office of the Shogunate government.
  80. Actually, because even OYAMA said that 'SAIGO never participates in the rebellion', the general public also said that 'SAIGO does not participate in it, because OYAMA says so'.
  81. Actually, citizens of Nagoya City do not pronounce it "ebi furya", because they hardly pronounce the word 'furai' (fried), which originates in a foreign word, as "furya" in the Nagoya dialect.
  82. Actually, even after the invasion by the Satsuma Domain many famous masters specializing in Ryukyu-style swordsmanship, spear skills and archery are identified.
  83. Actually, he danced with common people and wiped their sweat, or appeared in front of common people when he directed construction.
  84. Actually, he died a natural and peaceful death.
  85. Actually, he was in the middle of the battle (incidentally, Masanori FUKUSHIMA, who was in a military reconnaissance group, didn't have much participation in the Battle of Bunroku-no-eki War, and stayed in Japan during the Keicho-no-eki War).
  86. Actually, he was in the rank of Shohachiinojo (Senior Eighth Rank, Upper Grade) and appointed as Sakan of Office of Todai-ji Temple Construction.
  87. Actually, however, it is believed that worldly music (old Sangaku) called Sangaku existed as early as the Zhou or Han era.
  88. Actually, however, it was done by Sadayori ROKKAKU (the father of Yoshikata ROKKAKU who was killed by Nobunaga), daimyo of the south of the Omi Province during the Sengoku Period, for the first time.
  89. Actually, if Masaie had established Omihakkei, some historic evidence of Omihakkei drawings produced in the Muromachi period should have existed.
  90. Actually, ikki were frequently formed without regard for suppression by the rule of the daimyo.
  91. Actually, in July, Mitsunari, together with Yoshitsugu OTANI, started moving his forces and took back Nishinomaru (the castle compound to the west of the main compound) of Osaka-jo Castle.
  92. Actually, in the early Heian period, the Imperial Prince with excellent political discernment and business ability, such as the Imperial Prince Kazurawara and the Imperial Prince Tokiyasu were frequently appointed to the Shikibu-Kyo.
  93. Actually, it does not mean that an enlightened Zen master instructs and enables someone gain enlightenment.
  94. Actually, it is considered that the Murakami navy of Noshima and Innoshima were too late for the battle and the Nomi navy and the Kodama navy made a decision in haste out of the wish be rewarded with merits, and suffered a major defeat.
  95. Actually, it is recorded that the meat of whales captured at Kumano-nada Sea, Kishu (the present Wakayama prefecture), was distributed in Edo.
  96. Actually, it only abolished the minimum annual brewing amount of six kilolitres (about 3.326 1.8 liter bottles) and examinations specified in the Liquor Tax Act, such as testing of alcohol content, have not changed so much.
  97. Actually, it was Ieyasu who assigned Naotaka II, the second son of Naomasa, as the second lord of Hikone Domain (the third lord, depending on the source document).
  98. Actually, jujutsu was actively practiced in local areas until the time of World War Ⅱ, and around the Taisho period, many schools were still prosperous having their own pupils.
  99. Actually, most of the miso soup eaten in the Nagoya region is called 'Akadashi.'
  100. Actually, regarding the inside of the tower, many colorful paintings covered the whole wall in all directions.
  101. Actually, setting up of Hibyoin started in various parts of Japan to establish a system of patient accommodation and quarantine in about 1878.
  102. Actually, some aged judoists who experienced jujutsu in the past are still alive today, and there also exist some practice halls of judo whose origin was those of jujutsu.
  103. Actually, some records were not, in fact, "verbatim" but rather copies of a speaker's notes, also some notes refer to the preceding shomono, so their contents range widely.
  104. Actually, the Ming and Korean navy did not retreat, but continued the naval blockage and obstructed withdrawal by sea.
  105. Actually, the Roju other than the one in charge for the month also conferred on and dealt with important matters.
  106. Actually, the aristocratic class and temples prospered and grew wealthy, while burdens to the farmers increased tremendously.
  107. Actually, the harvest festival by the farmers living near Otori Daimyojin in Hanamata is said to be the origin of Tori no ichi in Edo.
  108. Actually, the number of plant species found in the virgin forest, one of the major ones in Western Japan, is approx. 900, including Ashiu-sugi and Ashiu-tennansho as named after Ashiu.
  109. Actually, the recipe using tomato sauce instead of tomato paste is well-known.
  110. Actually, the shogun assassination was the Akamatsu clan's lone work.
  111. Actually, the succession of the imperial throne between brothers was common from ancient time, and when Yuge no miko was going to ask Kado no okimi about this, Kado no okimi scolded loudly Yuge no miko.
  112. Actually, the term '道学' (learning of Do) directly refers to Confucianism.
  113. Actually, the three households (including the Hisada family) adopted children from one another, and collaborated in developing each others institutions.
  114. Actually, the ujo lets the cormorants eat small ayu by adjusting ropes around their necks.
  115. Actually, the word 'kiri' comes from the phrase 'from the start to the last' and means 'the last.'
  116. Actually, there is also a theory that he was educated especially by Sessai TAIGEN (there is a theory that this was not a fact).
  117. Actually, there is no example among those existing letters sent from Masamune with a pinhole at the written seal marks.
  118. Actually, there was no movement to enact Yoro Ritsuryo Code until 757.
  119. Actually, these robbers and pirates were gunji or rich and powerful persons as well.
  120. Actually, these two assigned the descendants of the Oda clan as successors in spite of indignity, which shows his great influence even after death.
  121. Actually, they found the bodies of Hideyori and Yodo-dono, but they couldn't distinguish which were Hideyori and Yodo-dono's heads and could not identify severed heads.
  122. Actually, though belonging to the farmer class, some village officers were provided with the myojitaito right, and some were even treated as goshi (local samurai).
  123. Actually, under certain branch conditions a considerable rate of fruition can be seen in some cases.
  124. Actually, when the court rank of both Kami and Suke were Goi (the Fifth Rank) or higher, Suke made decisions on most of miscellaneous or ordinary matters without Kami, while Kami made decisions only on important matters.
  125. Acute diseases (in particular, when feverish), active tuberculosis, malignant tumor, serious cardiac diseases, respiration failure, dysfunction of kidneys, bleeding disease, serious anemia, progressing diseases in general, and pregnancy (in particular, first pregnancy trimester and last pregnancy trimester)
  126. Ad agency
  127. Adachi family
  128. Adachigahara (The Goblin of Adachigahara)
  129. Adachigahara (The Ogre of Adachigahara Village)
  130. Adaptations
  131. Adapted as a TV period drama.
  132. Adapted children
  133. Adapted for the movies.
  134. Adashino Nenbutsu-ji Temple
  135. Adashino Nenbutsu-ji Temple - founded by a Buddhist monk Kukai, to bury remains of the dead which had been left unattended
  136. Adashino Nenbutsu-ji Temple is a Pure Land Sect Buddhist temple located in Sagano, Ukyo Ward, Kyoto City.
  137. Adashino Nenbutsu-ji Temple originated in the year 811 when Kukai established Gochizan Nyorai-ji Temple and buried the human remains that had been left out in the open.
  138. Adashino in Okusaga was a place for an open-air burial, as was Toribeno in Higashiyama Ward.
  139. Adashinokunokami (God believed in by foreigners) and Imakinokami (new god)
  140. Adauchi (revenge) by gishi (loyal retainers)
  141. Adauchi at Joruri Zaka;
  142. Adauchi at Kameyama;
  143. Adauchi at Tengachaya;
  144. Adauchi by the Soga brothers;
  145. Adauchi in fiction
  146. Add a 15% salt solution, cooled after boiled once, to rice bran (sometimes used after roasted) of an appropriate amount.
  147. Add a brimful amount of shredded cabbage to the dough and mix it lightly.
  148. Add a little salt or sugar when eating.
  149. Add after miso.
  150. Add after washing to remove the sliminess.
  151. Add beef after 3 minutes.
  152. Add brine to flour and knead the mixture to make dough.
  153. Add enough water so that nuka-doko becomes a little harder than miso.
  154. Add hydrochloric acid to the raw materials for hydrolyzed solution, and hydrolyzed vegetable proteins are obtained.
  155. Add ingredients to moromi after the first fermentation to be fermented further (the second fermentation).
  156. Add it after chopping with a knife or mashing (Natto jiru).
  157. Add it after hot soup is poured into a bowl so the egg becomes half-boiled.
  158. Add it to water before boiling.
  159. Add konnyaku and potatoes after 14 minutes.
  160. Add konowata in the soup and boil quickly.
  161. Add oil and supply with air.
  162. Add onions after 31 minutes.
  163. Add seaweed at a rate of 20% to 40%.
  164. Add soy sauce after 10 minutes.
  165. Add soy sauce, ryorishu (cooking sake), mirin (sweet cooking rice wine), konbu (a seeweed for broth), and so on to water for seasoning.
  166. Add soybean paste while tasting, then add the chopped leek to the pot and turn off the heat.
  167. Add starch syrup and sugar to rice flour which has been steamed and dried, transfer the mixture into molds and let it dry in a temperature controlled chamber.
  168. Add starch syrup, like in the method above, to rice flour which has not been heat-treated, transfer the mixture into molds, steam and let it dry in a temperature controlled chamber.
  169. Add sugar after 7 minutes.
  170. Add tartar sauce to finish.
  171. Add the pork, whose flavor has been contained through the blanching process.
  172. Add the vegetables to the water and boil them over a high flame so that their full flavor is brought out.
  173. Added Chinese characters marking with "" for difficult kana to read.
  174. Added a set of occupation related to cows such as slaughter, leather products industry, shoe industry to the above, it became 48.8 percent.
  175. Added as a member of Kamakura bakufu hyojoshu.
  176. Added to this was the conceptual system of forced relocation in which the Shogunate moved the territories of feudal lords at its discretion regardless of the former territories or ancestral lands of daimyo or hatamoto (direct retainers of the bakufu).
  177. Addenda' of the catalogue of items collected in and after 1984 are published as needed.
  178. Adding 'ten' to the name of tane such as Ebi (shrimp) and Nasu (eggplant), deep fried Ebi and Nasu are called 'Ebi-ten (deep-fried shrimp)' and 'Nasu-ten (deep-fried eggplant),' respectively.
  179. Adding a hamburger patty to other dishes can also make the dishes more gorgeous.
  180. Adding alcohol
  181. Adding charcoal to control the reproduction of bacteria is the origin of the term akumochizake (which incorporates the character for charcoal) and in comparison the common sake brewed since the Edo Period was heated during manufacture in order to kill the bacteria and is therefore called 'Himochizake' (which incorporates the character for fire).
  182. Adding just plain flavor is preferred in order to keep the faint sweetness of glutinous rice.
  183. Adding minced citrus peel will enhance the flavor.
  184. Adding other circumstantial evidence to this research, the location of Kokufu was inferred to be a variety of different places.
  185. Adding soba yaki (fried noodle), modanyaki or seafood in season, basically based on grilled meats or fried vegetables, okonomiyaki was grilled on an iron plate in accordance with the literal 'okonomi' (preference) of the customer and was also served as snacks to go with beer or alcoholic drinks.
  186. Adding steamed rice or sweet sake or enzyme such as cellulose in order to facilitate decomposition to rice malt is allowed.
  187. Adding the records of 'Azuma Kagami' to the Kokatsuji bon in the popular edition line, this illustrated story was made.
  188. Adding to that, he is also enshrined at Idate-jinja Shrine (Wakayama City, Wakayama Prefecture), Shimada-jinja Shrine (Nara City, Nara Prefecture) and other Shikinai-sha (shrines listed in Engishiki laws).
  189. Adding to that, he is also enshrined in Noguchi-jinja Shrine (Gose City, Nara Prefecture) and Kusakabe yoshimi-jinja Shrine (Takamori-machi, Aso County, Kumamoto Prefecture) and is also called Kunitatsu no kami or Kusakabe yoshimi no kami.
  190. Adding to the descriptions above which appears in the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), "Shaku Nihongi," an annotated text of the Nihon Shoki, also says, "Iwatsugi fled as soldiers of the enemy camp rose," citing diaries of TSUKI no Oumi and ATO no Chitoko.
  191. Adding to these, the Tokyo National Museum possesses Dankan (pieces of a picture scroll) from the chapter Wakamurasaki and several others and the Shunkei Kinen Shodo Bunko of Shogeibunkain possess Dankan of Kotobagaki.
  192. Adding your own vassals to this, you should not be able to lose any battles.
  193. Addition of folk techniques
  194. Addition: a number of fragments of earthen images, twenty-five pieces of the remains of wooden statues, one earthen pagoda, the remains of two Wado-kaichin silver coins, one jade bead
  195. Additional
  196. Additional Facts
  197. Additional Information
  198. Additional Remarks
  199. Additional accompaniments for special performances
  200. Additional castle towers were lost due to various circumstances such as wars that broke out between the end of the Edo bakufu and the beginning of the Meiji era, the removal of castles according to the ordinance by the Meiji Government to abolish castles, and war damages that occurred during the Second World War.
  201. Additional fees are required for special exhibitions.
  202. Additional five Articles to denchu on okite
  203. Additional information
  204. Additional insecurity under the rule of Heike (Taira clan)
  205. Additional note
  206. Additional notes
  207. Additional notes for the above figure: the brothers are shown from the left in their order of seniority.
  208. Additional notes on daytime services
  209. Additional revolts, including Ikuta Yorozu no Ran (the Rebellion of Yorozu IKUTA), occurred one after the other, and the demise of the shogunate system appeared on the horizon.
  210. Additional salt is sprinkled on easily-burnable portions such as a tail and a fin of the fish to keep them from burning, which is called 'kazarijio' or 'keshojio' ("kazari," "kesho" and "jio" mean "ornament," "makeup" and "salt," respectively).
  211. Additional structures: The Nishimura house
  212. Additional wooden structures of Main Shrine
  213. Additional wooden structures of Sessha Izumo-Inoe-jinja Shrine
  214. Additional wooden structures of Sessha Mitsui-jinja Shrine
  215. Additional writers such as Shoen NAKAJIMA and Kaho MIYAKE also wrote for Jogaku Zasshi.
  216. Additionally
  217. Additionally Danjuro used silver for the family crest of the Chinese bell flower on the costume, which succeeded in creating a somber effect.
  218. Additionally Kodai-ji Temple enshrining Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI and Hokan-ji Temple with the 'Yasaka-no-to' (Yasaka Pagoda) are both branch temples.
  219. Additionally Prince Ichinobe no Oshiha was the father of the Emperor Kenzo, Emperor Ninken, and Iitoyo no Himemiko.
  220. Additionally because no description of his former kabane is found, it is considered that he had possessed no kabane before and it is supposed that he in fact came from hakucho (ordinary people or people in social statuses near to ordinary people).
  221. Additionally because the large hoshogami (thick Japanese paper of the best quality) that was presented by Shigehide SHIMAZU was used in making a clean copy, the manuscript was expected to be very expensive.
  222. Additionally in 1955, Daiei Unions which had the home ground in Tokyo Prefecture also held official games.
  223. Additionally sueki (unglazed ware) and so on was excavated.
  224. Additionally the play doesn't use the chanted narration with musical accompaniment which is typical of "maruhonmono" (Kabuki drama adapted from the puppet theater).
  225. Additionally there is a 'short barrel' where shooters compete shooting a short barrel with one-hand, using the same target at a shooting distance of 25 meters.
  226. Additionally to the historical evidence, folktales related to this pass are many because the pass commands a panoramic view of Kyoto and Osaka.
  227. Additionally, "Ekuni' (literally, "older brother country") is said to have been Kadono-gun (the present-day west part of Kyoto City).
  228. Additionally, "Fuso Ryakki" (A Brief History of Japan) says that Daikandai-ji Temple in the Asuka area had a fire in 711, the year following the relocation of the capital.
  229. Additionally, "Kakai-sho Commentary" says that FUJIWARA no Michinaga made an addition to the manuscript of "The Tale of Genji," by FUJIWARA no Yukinari/Koze.
  230. Additionally, "Teisei Kokun Kojiki", which was once regarded as the "Kojiki"'s authentic manuscript, is actually a book published by Norinaga's pupils in 1803 after he died; in this book, small corrections were made only to the text and pronuciations "Kojikiden" provides.
  231. Additionally, '33 Kannon' (see below) came to be believed based on the concept of Hoke-kyo Sutra in China and modern Japan, but there is no description of the 33 Kannon's names in Hoke-kyo sutra.
  232. Additionally, 'Minritsu kokujikai' by Sorai OGYU was put forward as required reading for judicial officers.
  233. Additionally, 'Nagaoka tenno Bosatsu den' (life of the Emperor Nagaoka Bodhisattva) in "Enryaku so roku" (the record of monks in Enryaku) described that in the end of the eighth century, the Emperor Kanmu founded Kojimasan-dera Temple at Mt. Nie (Niho?) in Nanjin.
  234. Additionally, 'shugi (goshugi)' that is something similar to gratuity is necessary.
  235. Additionally, 'striking with a shuriken' is also described as daken (striking knife).
  236. Additionally, 'ue' suggests that she is Genji's legal wife, being treated as such by Genji and other people, but there was never an official announcement of marriage.
  237. Additionally, Aizu and Satsuma warriors were said to have eaten the liver of the enemy.
  238. Additionally, Ajisukitakahikone, which was worshiped by the Kamo clan whose birthplace was its neighborhood, was considered a divided soul of Hitokotonushi no kami.
  239. Additionally, Akamon (the Red Gate) of the main residence of Kanazawa Domain in Edo which stands facing the old Nakasen-do Road has been preserved and on display as an Important Cultural Property.
  240. Additionally, Amenohoakari's younger brother was Ninigi, the great-grandfather of Emperor Jimmu.
  241. Additionally, Amenomahitotsu no Kami, a god of smithery, with one eye appeared in the Kogo shui (a historical work complied in 807 by INBE no Hironari, which contains material not found in the Kojiki and the Nihonshoki, and records of the Inbe family's achievements), instead of Amatsura.
  242. Additionally, American universities are energetically engaged in activities in Kyoto.
  243. Additionally, Atsutane HIRATA considers Omagatsuhi no kami, Yasomagatsuhi no kami, and Oyabiko no kami as the same god as Seoritsuhime no kami, one of the Haraedo no kami gods (the gods at the purification place).
  244. Additionally, Ba Yu (Ma Rong) put forth the idea of arranging a compromise between Kinbun and Kobun through integration of the learning of Keisho.
  245. Additionally, Baireiin did not accompany him when he moved but instead moved to a suburban residence of the Uesugi family in Shiba-Shirogane.
  246. Additionally, Chiko's own sobo (the priests' living quarters in a Buddhist temple) was called Gango-ji Temple, because he had hung Jodo Henso-zu (Jodo Mandala) which he had painters paint and prayed for the rebirth in Gokuraku-Jodo.
  247. Additionally, Chin Tei wrote the "Study on Old Sound of Moshi," clearly stating that phonology was changing historically, leading the way to ancient phonology research.
  248. Additionally, Cho Sai (Zhang Zai) preached 'the great vein is just a concrete objects' theory, defining the existences in the world as 'taikyo' when Qi is dispersed and high in mobility, and 'banbutsu' when Qi is congealed and at a standstill.
  249. Additionally, Cho Shido opposed the theory of Ko Yui (Kang Youwei) and wrote "Kangakuhen," preaching to maintain the form of Ju-kyo as the system teaching and learning while adopting Western culture.
  250. Additionally, Daiichi-Asahi, Ramen Fuji, Daiei, Manbuku, and others belong to this type.
  251. Additionally, DoCoMo and SoftBank started Keitai POST in November 2009.
  252. Additionally, En Jakukyo (Yan Ruoju) wrote the "Interpretation Learning of the Old Text Version of Shosho" to prove that the 'imitated old text version of Shokyo' was a gisho, and shocked Neo-Confucianism which preached a human mind-universe doctrine theory based on 'the forged Old Text version of the Classics of History.'
  253. Additionally, FUJIWARA no Motohira formed a friendly relationship with FUJIWARA no Motonari, who was one of close aides of the cloistered emperor and had been sent as Mutsu no Kami (the governor of Mutsu Province), and had Motonari's daughter marry Hidehira (Motohira's son); thus he expanded his influence on the cloistered emperor.
  254. Additionally, Fuji Musume is used in the making of Japanese dolls and in raised cloth pictures for hagoita (battledore).
  255. Additionally, Gennai, the construction site of Uji-gawa River Dike on the north side of the reclaimed land, is home for one of the greatest reed vegetation in western Japan and is also valuable in terms of plant life.
  256. Additionally, Gion-sha Shrine (Yasaka-jinja Shrine) also enshrines Daishogun.
  257. Additionally, Godaigo was isolated within the Imperial Court and there were insufficient human resources to work as his hands and feet.
  258. Additionally, Hanshun, a homugon (法務権) sojo (high-ranking Buddhist priest) who was a gojiso of Shirakawa since his days as Emperor, and who was the wealthiest at the To-ji Temple and the gon no betto (acting chief) of Kofuku-ji Temple, also served.
  259. Additionally, Harenaga TSUCHIMIKADO, who assumed the post of Onmyo no kami after the passing of Haruo TSUCHIMIKADO, was still a child and was in no position to challenge what had been said on his own initiative.
  260. Additionally, Hoheishi (an imperial envoy who presents offerings to shrines and mausolea) is also sent to the Ise-jingu Shrine.
  261. Additionally, Hokusai temporarily stayed in Bakin's home at one time.
  262. Additionally, Honmokutei and Nagatani Corporation operate the only comedy houses that regularly stage kodan.
  263. Additionally, Ienari fathered innumerable unidentified children, the care of which required enormous expenses that put further pressure on the already fragile bakufu finances that were ultimately pushed to the brink of bankruptcy.
  264. Additionally, Ikkyu, Bankei and Hakuin have made interpretations.
  265. Additionally, Imperial Princess Kazunomiya Chikako (Seikanin) was the seishitsu (legal wife) of the fourteenth Shogun, Iemochi TOKUGAWA, and was the aunt of the Emperor Meiji; because she was also once the fianc?e of Prince Arisugawanomiya, the Tosei Dai Sotoku, she had connections to the Imperial Court (the new government side).
  266. Additionally, Isami KONDO and Toshizo HIJIKATA of the Shinsengumi (a group who guarded Kyoto during the end of the Tokugawa shogunate) formed an army unit under the name of "Koyo Chinbutai" and advanced this army on to Koshu-kaido Road.
  267. Additionally, Ise, a poet, is known to have served Onshi; she exchanged poems with her and composed a funeral poem on Onshi's death.
  268. Additionally, January 26, when the murals were damaged by fire, became Bunkazai Boka Day (Cultural Property Fire Prevention Day), and temples and shrines were to participate in fire-fighting exercises throughout Japan.
  269. Additionally, Japanese and Western people made exchanges with each other, such as the many Japanese who received an education from Siebold who opened a school of Western medicine at Narutaki, Nagasaki.
  270. Additionally, Jinseigata (a court in Muromachi bakufu) and Teichugata (office of direct petition) were also set up for the purpose of retrial, instruction and supervision.
  271. Additionally, Jiun said, 'Kyoso does not exist without Jiso and Jiso does not exist without Kyoso, so that we should learn them together and try to attain Mitsugi (the Dharma of Mikkyo)(密義).'
  272. Additionally, Jushin names generically the gebon, (i.e., outer stages) the ranks from Juju to Jueko (called naibon, i.e., inner stages or the three virtuous positions) and the ranks from Jushin to Jueko (called 凡).
  273. Additionally, KOSHIN received a writing of the newly retired Emperor Gosai and the kogo (an incense container) made by Tofukumonin from herself, having close ties with the Imperial Palace and court nobles.
  274. Additionally, Kakuban built Daidenpo-in and revitalized Daidenpo-e in order to promote Shingon Dharma.
  275. Additionally, Kanera ICHIJO, who went to Echizen Province in person for a direct negotiations with Takakage to request the return of his territory 'Asuwa no mikuriya' and failed, wrote 'It was outrageous' in "Tokazuiyo" (a book on knowledge of court rules, ceremony, decorum and records of the past of the Ichijo family).
  276. Additionally, Kanzeon Bosatsu and Seishi Bosatsu are Bosatsu who work without regard to becoming Buddhas.
  277. Additionally, Kasagi-cho has the Kasagi-dera Temple, which was designated as the anzaisho (a temporary palace) of Emperor Godaigo during the Genko no Ran (Genko Rebellion) in 1331.
  278. Additionally, Katamachi Stop of Osaka City Trams was located nearby.
  279. Additionally, Katsumoto, who originally had no heir, adopted Toyohisa YAMANA, who was the son of Sozen, but he disinherited Toyohisa and compelled him to enter the Buddhist priesthood after the birth of his own son Masamoto HOSOKAWA in 1466, clearly indicating their diminished relationship.
  280. Additionally, Keisei's interest in death and uncleanliness can be identified.
  281. Additionally, Kengyo Mitsuzaki wrote masterpieces such as 'Nanakomachi' and 'Yoyo no Hoshi' (Stars in the Night).
  282. Additionally, Kiyoshi SANEKATA claimed a theory of a four-part structure, and the first part is from 'Kiritsubo' to 'Akashi,' the second part is from 'Miotsukushi' to 'Fuji no Uraba,' the third part is from 'Wakana' to 'Maboroshi' and the fourth part is from 'Nioumiya' to 'Yume no Ukihashi.'
  283. Additionally, Ko Ankoku, who adored Tei I (Cheng Yi), wrote annotation for "Shunju" in "Ko's Annotation of Spring and Autumn Annals," and criticized the New learning, which was based on "Rites of Zhou."
  284. Additionally, Koboku is categorized into the following 6 types in accordance with their quality and quantity, and these 6 types are called Rikkoku.
  285. Additionally, Komachi Dera (Fudaraku-ji Temple) has a portrait of a decrepit ONO no Komachi and the Commemoration Tower of Komachi.
  286. Additionally, Kutsuki-mura was called 'Kutsuki no Soma' (timberland in Kutsuki), supplying wood to Kyoto.
  287. Additionally, Kyoto Hogakko (Kyoto Law School) was established in 1889, essentially taking over the system of and assimilating Kyoto Hosei School; according to the historical record, the school owner, Keijun YAMASAKI, continued to teach at Kyoto Hosei School.
  288. Additionally, Manyoshu (The Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves) includes one Japanese poem composed by Toshitari.
  289. Additionally, Michinaga's daughter, FUJIWARA no Kanshi became Koichijoin's Nyogo.
  290. Additionally, Minoru HARADA mentioned three books: "Masumi Tantosho," "Imiji Yuraiki" and "Kankansen Datsuroku."
  291. Additionally, Mitsutaka's daughter Yaya, a grandchild of Mitsuhiro, married her cousin Mitsunao HOSOKAWA, the feudal lord of Kumamoto domain.
  292. Additionally, Mochikuni HATAKEYAMA who supported the shogunate as kanrei was also promoted to Jusanmi, and there are cases of the rank being granted to powerful members of the Ashikaga family.
  293. Additionally, Morozane started the Konoe family, which later became one of Gosekke (literally, "the five Sekke," meaning five regent families).
  294. Additionally, Motochika's position to prioritize the family's social standing rather than talent for the appointment of the government posts coincided with Chikafusa KITABATAKE's series of books in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts; some believe that Chikafusa had been influenced by the Kanshoku Hisho.
  295. Additionally, Munemori related at great length his doubts regarding Emperor Goshirakawa, saying "the order to suspend battle must have been an unconventional tactic, and its purpose must have been to distract the Taira clan so it would be defeated in battle."
  296. Additionally, Nagayasu OKUBO gradually distinguished himself, and at the beginning of the period of Koshu, it was a system based on Naruse and Kusakabe, but in the latter half, it was one of the three magistrates system with Naruse, Kusakabe, and Okubo.
  297. Additionally, Neo-Confucianism and Yomei-gaku were introduced purely as a learning, without the gyoho (method of ascetic practices) such as sitting on the floor calmly (Zen sitting meditation), and Neo-Confucianism in particular was adopted by the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) as thought for feudal governance.
  298. Additionally, Nishijin is the place where the first movie theater in Japan was built.
  299. Additionally, Nobori-ishigaki Stone Walls seen at the Japanese-style castle built during the Bunroku-Keicho War on the Korean Peninsula and a Daimyo Garden Genkyu-en Garden remain in existence today.
  300. Additionally, Nobuhide ODA of Owari Province (western part of Aichi Prefecture) began invading Mikawa Province (eastern part of Aichi Prefecture) in 1540.
  301. Additionally, Nobuyuki said in "幸村君伝記," 'There is a huge difference between us: Yukimura is a real samurai (warrior) who governed Kokugun (provinces and counties), while we are tool holders who maintain a facade and try to look big.'
  302. Additionally, Noinbon was used as a master copy in making the old plate of type in the early Edo period; therefore, it remained a dominant manuscript along with "The Pillow Book Bochu (marginal notes)" and "Shunsho-sho Commentary of The Pillow Book" (annotated by Kigin KITAMURA) until modern times.
  303. Additionally, O (意富) appears in different written characters in ancient books, such as; O (意宇), O (於宇), O (大), O (太) and O (多).
  304. Additionally, O Shujin preached 'living together as the unity of all things,' in other words, by taking into one's mind, the world which is made of fundamental components producing all things, the world and self will respond to the same Qi.
  305. Additionally, O Shuku (Wang Su) was known for forgery of "Koshi-kego" (a chronicle of the sayings and doings of Confucius and his disciples).
  306. Additionally, OYAKE no Yotsugi mentioned in the work that he was born on January 15 of the year of Emperor Seiwa's abdication, making his date of birth February 13, 876 (in the Julian calendar).
  307. Additionally, Odaimoku is sometimes used in the sense of public stance or in nominal terms.
  308. Additionally, Otani-ha established a regional parish system (連区制), aiming to establish partnership with each parish on a regional scale in Japan and to promote missionary work more in each area.
  309. Additionally, Otoshi no kami and Kayo-hime had a child, Mitoshi no kami (or Otoshi no kami), and a grandchild, Wakatoshi no kami, who were gods of similar divinity.
  310. Additionally, Parkes informed the officers of International Law allowing for Yoshinobu's asylum in a foreign nation.
  311. Additionally, Prince Kanimeikazuchi had been the shusaijin (main enshrined deities) of the Suchi-jinja Shrine, which is located in Kyotanabe City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  312. Additionally, Prince Oi was a great-grandchild to the Emperor Ojin; he was a nephew of Oshisakano Onakatsunohimeno Mikoto; and the grandfather of the Emperor Keiti.
  313. Additionally, Prince Yamashiro no Otsutsukimawaka was a grandchild of the Emperor Kaika; he was also a great-grand father of the Empress Jingu.
  314. Additionally, Ri Shi denied all traditional values, corrected O Shujin's ryochi theory to preach a 'juvenile mind' theory (pure mind prior to disruption by existing morals), and eventually even denied Koshi and Rikkei, "The Analects of Confucius," and "Moshi."
  315. Additionally, Riku Kyuen (Lu Jiuyuan) of the Kosei school had a different idea from Chu His regarding the theory of structure of the mind, and developed his original theory based on the theory that mind itself is the law.
  316. Additionally, Ryoo constructed a Seyaku-kan building (pharmacy) in front of the gate of the Anyo-ji Temple in Ise Province, established another Seyaku place (pharmacy) in front of the gate of the Senyu-ji Temple in Kyoto, and eventually prescribed more than 55,000 bags of Kintaien.
  317. Additionally, Ryoo delivered Japanese style sticky rice cakes, searched for the parents for lost children, and buried the dead people by the fire.
  318. Additionally, Ryoo donated funds for maintenance costs and repair expenses for various halls and sub-temples.
  319. Additionally, Ryoo donated three hundred Ryo for the learning dormitories at the Kanei-ji Temple for restoration expenses.
  320. Additionally, Ryoo received permission from the Shucho Hosshinno (Cloistered Imperial Prince Shucho), the first Rinoji-no-Miya, to create a small island ("Kyodo Island") in the Shinobazu Pond.
  321. Additionally, Ryukoku University put forward 5 objectives, "Equality","Independence","Introspection","Gratitude", and "Peace", as the plain summary of the spirit of the foundation, which is based on the Jodo Shinshu teachings.
  322. Additionally, SHIMOJIMA was Ryunosuke AKUTAGAWA's doctor, so, AKUTAGAWA wrote a postscript to "the collection of Seigetsu's haiku."
  323. Additionally, Sadayoshi OKUHIRA and his son Nobumasa, the lord of Tsukudemura-jo Castle (the Okuhira clan) in Okumikawa, claimed to be of the Mitsunori AKAMATSU line of the Murakami-Genji.
  324. Additionally, Sen Gendo argued that Rikkei was not only unrelated to the Duke of Zhou, but was also unrelated to Koshi as well, and the relationship between Koshi and Rikkei was entirely denied.
  325. Additionally, Shigemasa YAMAGUCHI, the grand master of the Negoro Group of musketeers and the lord of the Ushiku domain, was the first father-in-law of Masakazu's third son, Masatake.
  326. Additionally, Shinto priests and Buddhist monks were regarded as belonging to a special class and excluded from a population census.
  327. Additionally, Shinzei launched an effort to restore the Imperial Palace; restorations were completed in October, 1157.
  328. Additionally, Sotan's second son Soshu SEN left his adoptive family, returned to the Senke and started another family whereby founding Mushanokoji-senke.
  329. Additionally, Stanford University maintains the Stanford Japan Center in Kyoto City.
  330. Additionally, Tadaoki moved to the Kumamoto Domain in Higo Province in 1632 and invited Tadataka to Yatsushiro-jo Castle to formally reconcile in 1642.
  331. Additionally, Tadazane is defended with the statement that although he made his older brother Tadamichi surrender to Yorinaga his position as the head of the clan, it was based on the love between a father and a son and cannot be criticized.
  332. Additionally, Tahei TOKUDA died after choking on vegetable soup containing rice cakes, and it is believed this occurred while visiting Tadayoshi for New Year's, but the dates do not seem to match.
  333. Additionally, Taishu-gakuha (Taishu school) of O Kon included woodcutters, ceramic workmen, and farmers, reflecting how widespread Ju-kyo was among the common people.
  334. Additionally, Takachika HOSOKAWA, a political analyst and his nephew Ryuichiro HOSOKAWA are descendents of Tadataka and inherited the bloodline of Tadaoki HOSOKAWA and Gracia.
  335. Additionally, Takauji enacted the Kenmu Code, established an administrative policy and formally created a shogunate.
  336. Additionally, Takauji was dismissed as Seii Taishogun, the bakufu itself also lost its legal foundation.
  337. Additionally, Takauji's constant, proactive tactics even in a devastating situation played a major role in bringing about the betrayal of those who once sided with the Southern Court side.
  338. Additionally, Tamiki HARAMIZU pointed out that some lines from the tale appear in "Jinno Shoto-roku (A Record of the Authentic Line of Emperors)" and "Hojo-ki (A Record of the Hojo family)" ("Kanto Kassen-ki (A Record of Battles of the Kanto Region)").
  339. Additionally, Tansen (段銭) and Munabetsu-sen (棟別銭), etc., were charged.
  340. Additionally, Tenju-an Temple, the subtemple of Nansen-ji Temple, was built as the pagoda (graveyard) of Mukan Fumon by Kokan Shiren.
  341. Additionally, Tenyakuryo, Onmyoryo (Bureau of Divination), Utaryo and so forth were established as training institutions for specialist technical experts.
  342. Additionally, Toei took the initiative at the beginning of the coming TV era: it made an investment in Nihon Educational Television (now called TV Asahi Corporation) to start broadcasting in 1959 and became a major source of programs for the TV station.
  343. Additionally, Tokimori EMA, who was also from the same family, could not restrain Naoyori MITSUKI and other members of the Mitsuki clan from spreading their influence, and the Anegakoji family fell afterwards.
  344. Additionally, Toshihiko SAKAI and Sen KATAYAMA started an anti-war movement and Akiko YOSANO and Kanzo UCHIMURA from the Christian viewpoint spoke of pacifism.
  345. Additionally, Toyokawa Inari is a temple named Myogon-ji Temple, which worships Buddhist Dakiniten, who is totally different from Ukanomitama no Mikoto enshrined in Fushimi.
  346. Additionally, Tsukuyomi Shrine, in Iki City, is thought to have honored a god of the moon that is different from Tsukuyomi and that of Dewa sanzan.
  347. Additionally, Tsunamune DATE, the third lord of the Sendai domain, was her cousin on her mother's side.
  348. Additionally, Tsunayoshi promoted performers from his Kofu days and, in 1686, he caused a big incident by banishing Shichidayu KITA III of the Kita school and dissolving the Kita-za company, an act which 'shook the Noh world' (he was pardoned the following year).
  349. Additionally, Tsunekiyo married a daughter of ABE no Yoritoki, a member of the local ruling family who controlled Okuroku-gun (six counties in the middle of Mutsu Province) in Mutsu Province, to form a relative alliance with them and took charge of the south side defense of the Abe clan's family territory.
  350. Additionally, Tsuzuki, Tsuzuki-gun County, Kyotanabe City was Tanabe-cho, Tsuzuki-gun before the implementation and enforcement of the municipal organization system.
  351. Additionally, Unsui generally continued to study with masters even after receiving Inka (certification of spiritual achievement).
  352. Additionally, Yodo YAMAUCHI, Shungaku MATSUDAIRA, and Munenari DATE (the former lord of the Uwajima Domain), lords who continued to favor a parliamentary regime, each still felt a strong affinity in their hearts for Yoshinobu.
  353. Additionally, Yoritomo also seized the territories of Yoshisada YASUDA and forced him to his death.
  354. Additionally, Yoshida Shinto called upon Sanjuban shin that are different from those in the Tendai sect of Buddhism and the Nichiren school of Buddhism, such as 'Tenchiyogo no Sanjuban shin'. 'Ojoshugo no Sanjuban shin,' and 'Gokokushugo no Sanjuban shin.'
  355. Additionally, Yoshinobu (his biological mother, Yoshiko Joo, was as a sister of Takako Joo who was a lawful wife of Ieyoshi) was a cousin in law of Iesada.
  356. Additionally, Yoshinobu himself declared his continuation of diplomatic rights to the ministers of foreign countries, so gradually and then noticeably, the party of council by feudal lords recovered from this set back.
  357. Additionally, Yoshitomo attacks the gate that Tametomo is guarding, but KAMATA's army is defeated and Yoshitomo himself is driven into a difficult situation in which an ornament of his battle helmet is shot through with an arrow.
  358. Additionally, Yuan Shikai, who was a member of the Han race, held the greatest military power in the weakened Qing dynasty, and this in itself eventually brought about unrest and confrontation between the Manchu and Han ethnic groups.
  359. Additionally, a Chinese title accompanies the word '経 (sutra),' but in the title of Sanskrit text there is no word 'sutra' that corresponds to '経.'
  360. Additionally, a book asserts that the letter 'K' in 'K-Limited Express Orihime,' which directly connects it with the Katano Line, symbolizes either 'Katanoshi Station' or 'Kisaichi Station'; this is because 'K-Limited Express Orihime' isn't the through train between 'Kei' (Kyoto) and 'Han' (Osaka).
  361. Additionally, a bus stop near his birthplace in Minayoshi-cho, Kagoshima City, is named Daikeishi (which means the top of police department) after him.
  362. Additionally, a collection of outstanding shots under various themes including 'cherry blossoms,' 'abyss' and 'ghosts' as selected by Suzuki was shown during that show.
  363. Additionally, a conflict with the Quing continued in the palace, leading to deaths on both sides.
  364. Additionally, a dormitory (the origin of Otani University) stood at the western border of the site from 1678 to 1754.
  365. Additionally, a feud between the traditional Buddhist faction at Mt. Hiei and elsewhere and the emerging Zen Sect faction at the Nanzen-ji Temple of the Gozan (Gozan: the five most important Rinzai temples of Kyoto) and elsewhere developed into a political issue.
  366. Additionally, a few hours prior to announcing the flowering in Tokyo, the Japan Meteorological Agency reported during their third forecast of cherry blossoms flowering dates that it was forecasted for March 22.
  367. Additionally, a hot spring was found through drilling.
  368. Additionally, a kung-cheng (宮正) position was established to regulate against injustices inside the Kokyu palace.
  369. Additionally, a letter addressed to Katsutoyo from Okurakyo-no-tsubone, a lady-in-waiting for Yododono, still exists in the present Yamauchi family and writes the address in hiragana as 'Yamauchitsushima dono.'
  370. Additionally, a local clan, Kawashima clan was based out of a nearby region, Kawashima, and gave financial support to the loyalists.
  371. Additionally, a number of remains of buildings were discovered around 'Mt. Bingushi' situated between 'Second Castle Door' and 'Third Castle Door' whereby it is considered that a major facility such as lodging houses for Sakimori (soldiers garrisoned at strategic posts in Kyushu in ancient times) existed in that area.
  372. Additionally, a person who interferes with a funeral service shall be punished by imprisonment with or without work or a fine of not more than 100,000 yen according to the Penal Code, Article 188 (2) 'Crimes Related to Places of Worship and Graves.'
  373. Additionally, a portion of the content is similar to class 5, and it is a unique manuscript in the context of class 4.
  374. Additionally, a practice ground for the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force was also built, and Kyoto Prefecture and the northern part of Hyogo Prefecture have been designated as a security area.
  375. Additionally, a rare sokantotachi (iron sword with a ring pommel) was excavated in this early 'Kofun' period.
  376. Additionally, a squeeze on management is caused by steep price escalation due to the accelerated shift toward the use of crops for bio-fuel under the U.S. Energy Security Policy, and by raising the price of raw materials due to the escalating price of oil as an ingredient in packaging materials, etc.
  377. Additionally, a survey performed in 1843 (Tenpo 14) estimates the total population to be approximately 300,000.
  378. Additionally, a tanka (a 31-syllable Japanese poem) composed by Michizane SUGAWARA about ume blossoms is well known, having given rise to a superstition that 'if you place an umeboshi in a box lunch you take when you go fishing, you will not catch fish.'
  379. Additionally, a transition from the five-and-seven syllable meter to the seven-and-five syllable meter was detected.
  380. Additionally, a variety of cheap confectionary sold under the name 'noshiika' is often made from the ground and thinly rolled out meat of whitefish such as cod.
  381. Additionally, a wooden statue is enshrined at Chosho-ji Temple in Nishishigemori, Hirosaki City.
  382. Additionally, a worship tower remains next to the memorial tower of her husband Hisanobu, in Ankoku-ji Temple in Iki City.
  383. Additionally, a za received the privilege of exemptions from tolls at sekisho (checking stations) and business taxes in marketplaces backed up with the political power of their honjo.
  384. Additionally, according to "Hokkekyo Sutra," after Nichigatsu Tomyo-butsu entered nirvana in the past life, its disciple Myoko Bosatsu was reborn as Monju Bosatsu.
  385. Additionally, according to "Shinsen Shojiroku" (Newly Compiled Register of Clan Names and Titles of Nobility), Shimizu no obito and Ochi no obito in Sakyo-shoban, and Hekita no obito in Yamato Province-shoban were his descendents.
  386. Additionally, according to Tanigawa, the traditional Emishi control strategy of the court was 'use the Emishi to control the Emishi,' and they used Arahabaki, which was originally an Emishi god, to protect Taga-jo Castle as a sae no kami and tried to ward off the Emishi.
  387. Additionally, according to a survey conducted on 113 households in the metropolitan area, it seems that, starting around 2004, there have been people who don't eat osechi dishes during the New Year's holidays.
  388. Additionally, according to the "Biography of Confucius" by Shizuka SHIRAKAWA, 'it is a word describing the likelihood of valiant young men in hunting clothes.'
  389. Additionally, according to the poet, Mitsuyuki NAKAMURA, Binbo-gami has an uchiwa in his hand to fan and enjoy the scent of this miso.
  390. Additionally, according to the traditional story which was passed onward from the founder of the Shrine; after Prince Oousu was confined in Mino Province, he put his efforts into developing this local area.
  391. Additionally, after the Emperor Taisho was confined due to his illness, the Empress Teimei took care of the imperial household business on behalf of the Emperor Taisho and aggressively engaged with the Genro (elder statesmen) and the Jushin (chief vassals).
  392. Additionally, after the Pacific War, there were appearances of self-claimed emperors such as Hiromichi KUMAZAWA, who claimed that he was a descendant of the Southern Court and therefore the legitimate heir to the throne.
  393. Additionally, after the TAKEDA theory, many opinions such as the TAKEDA theory stating that "The Tale of Genji" was not written in the present order were advocated from various perspectives.
  394. Additionally, after the downfall of Shigenobu OKUMA, it was Masayoshi MATSUKATA from the Satsuma clan who seized real power on economic policy (for details of which, Matsukata Deflation should be referenced).
  395. Additionally, after the funeral service, the doctors were given a reward as an Imperial gift and Mitsuosa was exclusively given the deceased's watch since he had long been engaged in the medical care of the Emperor's hemorrhoid.
  396. Additionally, after the incident, Iwao OYAMA seemed to possess those bloody letters ("Tokyo Nichinichi Newspaper" dated on May 27, 1878).
  397. Additionally, all of the general explanations of the battle based on "Azuma Kagami" and "Heike Monogatari" would be fiction, such as the progress explanation in this section.
  398. Additionally, all the platforms within the entire line, except for Platform 2 at Kawaramachi Station, became accessible by the eight-car train.
  399. Additionally, although Hiyodorigoe was located a far distance to the east from Ichinotani, Akira SUZUKI states that "Heike Monogatari" created this idea to depict the setting as if the Minamoto clan could look down upon the headquarters of the Taira clan.
  400. Additionally, although Kanichi and Moto, who were brothers of the sixteenth-generation Kichizaemon Tomonari, were stockholders of the Sumitomo main company, they were never named as executives of the main company or any of its subsidiary companies.
  401. Additionally, although Senju Kannon is thought to have 1,000 hands and one eye in each of those hands, many statues show '1,000 hands' using 42 hands because it is difficult to in fact shape 1,000 hands (with minor exceptions such as Toshodai-ji Temple Kondo).
  402. Additionally, although the murals of the Kondo of Horyu-ji Temple are often said as 'lost by fire,' the charred murals do exist today as following mentioned and it is appropriated to express them as 'damaged by fire.'
  403. Additionally, although they are large buildings, there is a large difference in the height between the ground level and the floor level, thus showing a transitional style.
  404. Additionally, among the Southern people (survivors of the extinct Southern Song Dynasty), Go Cho emerged and widely spread Neo-Confucianism.
  405. Additionally, among the administrative districts of the ordinance-designated cities in the country, Higashiyama Ward has the highest ratio of those aged sixty-five and over in the general population.
  406. Additionally, among the eight gods, for Omiyanomenokami, a shoshi (small shrine) honoring Omiyanomenokami was built on the historic land of the sai-in at the Department of Worship.
  407. Additionally, an Imperial edict appointing Nariyuki to the post of Kanpaku was issued which he received.
  408. Additionally, an article dated August 1, 1191 (according to the lunar calendar) in the chronicle of the Kamakura bakufu from 1180 to 1266 known as "Azumakagami" states that Kageyoshi OBA, who had participated in the Hogen Disturbance, had praised Tametomo as 'incomparably adept at shooting an arrow.'
  409. Additionally, an attempt was made to theorize Shinto by borrowing the doctrine of the Tendai sect, which had adopted the reality-affirming Hongaku philosophy, and to re-edit several kinds of theory books by falsely attributing them to Kukai; but later these works were organized by Yukitada and Ieyuki WATARAI.
  410. Additionally, an increasing number of them were considered an obstacle for road expansion or housing development after the war, and were transferred to nearby temples and shrines or were torn down.
  411. Additionally, an office of gun (county) in the modern period of Japan (the Meiji and Taisho periods), formed by Gun-ku-cho-son Henseiho (Act for the alignment of local government system) enacted in 1878, was called gunyakusho.
  412. Additionally, an office worker, a pharmacist and a college graduate turned geisha, receiving public attention.
  413. Additionally, an uprising requesting that the lord of the manor reduce or decree an exemption from the nengu due to a bad harvest took place.
  414. Additionally, another one explains that the origin of Zipangu was from a dialect of ツィァパングォ (foreign lands) which was indicated as small countries in Southeast Asia, where the Yuan Dynasty sent a military expedition.
  415. Additionally, another reason is that ritsuryo law succeeded the Chinese ancient code that was considered to be its mother law.
  416. Additionally, archery in Japan adopts Kyudo's Shaho hassetsu.
  417. Additionally, around this same time period the Japanese people started to produce objects and tools: Sueki (unglazed ceramic-ware), Kyoku jin gama (a curved blade reaping hook), a U-shape edged spade and hoe, all were to appear in the southern part of Osaka Prefecture.
  418. Additionally, around this time, Katsuie SHIBATA of the Oda army implemented the fire attack over the Tedori-gawa River in Kaga Province at the battle line in the Hokuriku region.
  419. Additionally, as a following of Taishakuten it is said to live in Tengyo-jo Castle of Suishota, which is the north of Mt. Shumisen (Mt. Sumeru) or to guard Hokkurushu (uttara-kuru), one of the four continents in the world view of ancient India.
  420. Additionally, as a ritual in the Jotoshiki (roof-laying ceremony), which is held when a house is newly built, a set of bow and arrow is planted on an altar set up on the housetop in the direction of the Kimon ('demon's gate'; the northeast of one's position, superstitiously believed to be unlucky) in order to expel evil influence.
  421. Additionally, as a way to not invite Binbo-gami in the future, he taught as follows;
  422. Additionally, as administrative workers, the following duties have been posted.
  423. Additionally, as ancient structural remnants similar to Kodai Sanjo, the sixteen Kogo-ishi (rows of stones arranged on mountain slopes in Kyushu and Western Japan; also refers to "a mountain castle of Kogo-ishi style"), including Kinojo (ogre's castle) in Soja City (It was designated as a national historical site in 1986), were discovered throughout Japan.
  424. Additionally, as for the cooking method, soba is grilled and not boiled in some areas.
  425. Additionally, as in the celebrated lyrics of the popular song 'Funauta' sung by Aki YASHIRO, the surume which is toasted over the flame and eaten right away can be cited among simple foods eaten with sake.
  426. Additionally, as is seen in an anecdote written in "Yuimagyo" (Vimalakirti Sutra), that when Monju Bosatsu (Manjusri) and his followers visited a hojo of Yuimakitsu (Vimalakirti), everyone could enter that small space, in Buddhism there is a way of thinking that the entire space is contained in a hojo.
  427. Additionally, as it was recorded in 平姓東郷氏支族系図 that 'when Chui assumed the position of the jito of Bonotsu, he was given approximately 2400 square meters (or 0.24 hectare) of land near Kagoshima-jo Castle by his lord,' it is presumed that Chui left Kokubun when he became the jito.
  428. Additionally, as opposed to the above Buddhist scriptures, Juni Tensho, which is used in Rikujinshinka, one of the mantic or shikisen in Onmyo-do, is sometimes incorrectly called Juni Shinsyo.
  429. Additionally, as soybean flour comes in digestible powder form, the nutrients of soybeans are efficiently absorbed.
  430. Additionally, as the rice completely disintegrates approximately after two years of curing, it is said that those who cure funa-zushi for three to four years repeat the layering of the fish and rice using the fresh batch of rice halfway.
  431. Additionally, as the rice to eat while staying in Kyoto, he was provided Ogurisu no sho (Ogurisu village) in Ise Province.
  432. Additionally, as the terminal of the Sagano Sight-Seeing Tram Line is located a short distance away, many nearby residents hope the rapid trains will stop at this station.
  433. Additionally, at Kawanishiikeda Station the local train makes a connection with a rapid train that starts from and terminates at Osaka Station and is operated directly to and from the JR Tozai Line (or it waits for a limited express train to pass) (some local trains wait for a rapid train to pass at Tsukaguchi Station in the morning rush hour).
  434. Additionally, at Kudo-ji Temple in Hirosaki City, Aomori Prefecture, 'Oshira-ko' is held on May 15.
  435. Additionally, at a later time, the Imperial Prince Tomohito took the office of president of Saiseikai.
  436. Additionally, at the request of Sukeyoshi's pupil Tsunetomo ENDO, Mitsuo KARASUMARU took over the compilation of 'Tsuneyori shu', waka poems by Tsuneyori TO, after the passing of Sukeyoshi which was worked on for two generations to be completed in 1671.
  437. Additionally, based on the legend that Masanobu OURA was an illegitimate child of Hisamichi KONOE, Tamenobu became an adopted child of Sakihisa KONOE, the former chief advisor to the Emperor, and changed his original family name to the Fujiwara clan.
  438. Additionally, because Ashiu Oku-yama Mountain was vast and was located at a geographically disadvantageous place, the government side also considered that it would be too much for Chii Village to manage Ashiu Oku-yama Mountain after the forests owned by the communities were integrated into the village properties.
  439. Additionally, because Doken retained his title as a monk of the Soto sect until he died, 'Hoo-kyo' is generally considered to be a movement within the Soto sect as opposed to an independent sect.
  440. Additionally, because Shinran pronounced '南無' as 'Namo,' the Hongan-ji school of the Jodo Shinshu (True Pure Land) sect customarily calls it 'Namo amidabutsu.'
  441. Additionally, because Yoritomo wielded dictatorial power while keeping a power balance among those vassals, Tokimasa was never in a position to play a pivotal role in Yoritomo's samurai regime.
  442. Additionally, because Yoshitaka was enthusiastic about learning and art, and also because he permitted Christian missionary work and voluntarily protected kuge (court noble) and missionaries, a unique culture of Yamaguchi (Ouchi culture) was born in the territory of Ouchi family, which led to a height also in terms of culture.
  443. Additionally, because the area is outside of the range of cell phone coverage, hikers should not rely upon rescue efforts in the case of an emergency.
  444. Additionally, being the most popular tree for flower viewing can be called an indirect cause of disease.
  445. Additionally, below the brown belt, colored belts such as green, yellow and blue were originally introduced for children, but such colored belts have become common in the present day.
  446. Additionally, both SUGAWARA no Takami and SUGAWARA no Atsushige, who have been implicated in the Incident and appointed respectively Daigaku no kami and monjo hakase after returning to the capital, died at an early age.
  447. Additionally, buses for Hirakatashi Station run roughly once an hour, and the buses circulating the Keihan East Rose Town community are operated two to seven times an hour.
  448. Additionally, by facing the opponent from a blind spot such as the side or the back, and capturing the opponent along the line extending from one's center, the opponent's center of gravity and posture can be controlled and led to collapse with minimal force.
  449. Additionally, by learning ukemi one can prevent injury due to falling.
  450. Additionally, castles such as Shiraishi-jo Castle in the Sendai Domain and Yatsushiro-jo Castle in the Kumamoto Domain owned by the descendants of those who particularly contributed to the bakufu among vassals of feudal lords were exception to disposal of castle.
  451. Additionally, considering the age difference between Michihira and Moromoto, it seems natural to assume that they were brothers and not father and son.
  452. Additionally, couples' kissing on this riverside is sometimes called 'kamo chu,' an abbreviation of 'kissing (chu) at the Kamogawa River (kamo)'; yet, these two words are said to be those that young people like to use but older people do not understand.
  453. Additionally, depending on the individual objective the goma fire ritual is generally broken down into the following 5 categories:
  454. Additionally, drawings of the planned public facilities related to the new station and of the planned Kuzekitachaya road, which is to run under the site of the new station, were distributed to the local residents.
  455. Additionally, due possibly to the locality, soba made from whole buckwheat flour referred to as black soba and country-style soba tend to be preferred.
  456. Additionally, due to bad weather in the winter months, there have been many marine accidents including the Nakhodka oil spill accident which polluted the coastline with a large amount of crude oil.
  457. Additionally, due to the beauty of the colored autumnal leaves on Mt. Tatsuta, it was believed that this goddess who colored the autumnal leaves red was skilled in dyeing.
  458. Additionally, during Moriuji's reign, they faced issues concerning succession.
  459. Additionally, during the Heian period, on May 20, 863, Goryo-e was held in the Shinsen-en Garden.
  460. Additionally, during the Muromachi period, the post of Tendai-zasu was filled by members of the Ashikaga Shogun family.
  461. Additionally, during the World War II, the Emperor Showa worried about his mother (the Empress Teimei) who refused to evacuate from the Tokyo area when the war condition worsened.
  462. Additionally, during the Yuan period it had been repaired several times (repaired edition in Yuan).
  463. Additionally, during the meeting they did not pursue in depth discussion, but instead, concluded this meeting with several sessions of questions and answers.
  464. Additionally, during the summer, the sea routes between Shanghai City and North America usually start in the Sea of Japan proceeding to the Pacific Ocean via the Tsugaru Strait.
  465. Additionally, each of the former post station towns has developed its own historic museum and other related tourist attractions.
  466. Additionally, escalators and elevators were installed.
  467. Additionally, even today, nearly ten years after the construction, there are still many negative opinions stating that the form, with its heavy use of half-mirror crystals and aluminum panels, doesn't match the ancient capital.
  468. Additionally, factories to produce domestic jinrikisha were built in various locations throughout China, and jinrikisha became popular all over the country.
  469. Additionally, for a bus on a multi-section route, a circular sign board on which 'This bus uses a numbered ticket' was written vertically was placed on the bumpers.
  470. Additionally, for omu chahan, ketchup is not used and, instead, the finely-chopped scraps of roast pork (chankoma) are placed on the top and the roast pork gravy is poured over as a finishing touch.
  471. Additionally, for the fusuma which covered bodies as bedding (an old Japanese quilt which covers bodies as bedding) the clean white color was used.
  472. Additionally, for the learning of Keisho, he set up a learning of the Four Books of Confucianism as a preliminary step toward learning the Five Classics, and wrote the "Collected Annotations of the Four Books."
  473. Additionally, freshwater creatures including fish belonging to the Rhinogobius family and Lake Prawns (Palaemon paucidens) as well as turtles such as Kusagame (Chinemys reevesii) and Nihonishigame (Mauremys japonica) have made this pond their habitat.
  474. Additionally, from 1685 to 1694, Ryoo donated the Kyozo buildings to the 21 temples of the three sects, the Tendai sect, the Shingon sect, and the Zen sect.
  475. Additionally, from February 729 to August 731, and from March to April 806, Gon-sangi (temporary Sangi) was placed as temporary personnel, as well as Jun-sangi (associate Sangi) in June (intercalary month) 806.
  476. Additionally, from the Taisho period to the early Showa, a shooting form called Shomen-uchiokoshi (shooting with front-facing posture), as performed by the Honda-ryu school and its disciples, became very popular.
  477. Additionally, from the point of Sanbun, Hokke-kyo can be divided into three parts (one sutra of three parts) such as Jobun (Johon), Shojubun (from Hobenbon to the first part of Funbetsuhon) and Ruzubun (from Funbetsuhon to Kanbotsuhon).
  478. Additionally, genko (Mongol invasion attempts against Japan), which occurred around this time also intensified the various contradictions, and induced the increase of akuto activities.
  479. Additionally, given its active propagating power, the bacillus subtilis natto consumes nutrition materials ahead of other sporular bacteria that have survived, thus preventing the increase of other microorganisms.
  480. Additionally, gold, silver and mica powder were used to obtain a luxurious look.
  481. Additionally, government officials are appointed based on personal consideration and the connections.
  482. Additionally, he apparently wrote another book, the ten-volume "Shogaku hosho," but it is no longer extant.
  483. Additionally, he asserted that he received Shingon Mikkyo's 'twenty-third chakuchaku (legitimate) sojo, as extended from Dainichinyorai to Nichiren' (from "Fudo Aizen Kankenki," a posthumous writing by Nichiren).
  484. Additionally, he attempted to encourage new industries by inviting the agriculturist Nagatsune OKURA to Tahara.
  485. Additionally, he called himself 'The Great Japanese Emperor, Imperial Prince Teruhito,' so it is presumed that he tried to improve the status of the Emperor by restoring the Court Council.
  486. Additionally, he collaborated with Kenkado KIMURA and published "Sencha ketsu" (secrets of steeped tea) in Qing, whereupon he introduced it to Japan.
  487. Additionally, he contributed to launching the premiere issue of the magazine, "Waseda Bungaku" (Waseda Literature).
  488. Additionally, he contributed to the expansion of the influence of the Hosokawa clan by taking part in a number of battles in various places within the Kinai (the five capital provinces surrounding the ancient capitals of Nara and Kyoto) region with Yukinaga MIYOSHI.
  489. Additionally, he gave KAKINOMOTO no Hitomaro the court rank accorded to a god after designating Michimi NAKANOIN as a shokei, or a high-ranking court noble.
  490. Additionally, he got Nariaki's seventh son Shichiromaro to succeed to the Hitotsubashi family (Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA).
  491. Additionally, he is called Miroku-nyorai or Miroku-butsu by taking in advance the figure of appearance 5670 million years later in some cases.
  492. Additionally, he is known for handpicking Tadaoto KAINOSHO as a researcher on the setting of a movie and its customs.
  493. Additionally, he is often referred to by his Buddhist name 'Eirin Takakage.'
  494. Additionally, he lectured Confucianism to Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI and Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  495. Additionally, he made a large number of works that no longer exist today.
  496. Additionally, he married off his daughters to Masunobu KANO, Tanyu's adopted son who was alienated from him after Tanyu had a biological child, and Tsunenobu KANO, Tanyu's nephew, thus trying to unite the Kano family while competing against Tanyu.
  497. Additionally, he often held poetry contests and poetry readings at his residence.
  498. Additionally, he overthrew Shigetada HATAKEYAMA, a leading immediate vassal of the shogun, and firmly established the Hojo clan's position within the shogunate.
  499. Additionally, he protected Honen who advocated Senshu Nenbutsu (single-mindedly chanting Namu-amida-butsu, which means devoting oneself to Amida Buddha) and his disciple Shinran, who were regarded as heretics at that time.
  500. Additionally, he served as a precepts priest when FUJIWARA no Tadamichi entered into the priesthood.
  501. Additionally, he started to copy Kinji Dai-hannya-kyo Sutra in 950, and in 963 he held a mass for a large gathering of people on the shore of the Kamo-gawa River (Yodo-gawa River system).
  502. Additionally, he was a genius who could compose waka (a traditional Japanese poem of 31 syllables) and Chinese-style poetry, and most of his works and letters still remain.
  503. Additionally, he was called Jimyo in dono, the name of the successive sento (the palace for a retired emperor) Imperial Palace of Jimyo in line, and also the name of the place where Emperor Fushimi died.
  504. Additionally, he was jointly assigned as Acting Agent of Prime Minister.
  505. Additionally, he was referred to as Jikujo but was 'Shaku (Ken) jo,' so it wasn't that he had two imina.
  506. Additionally, he worked as an envoy although he was a dependent, which suggests that his ability as a koke was outstanding.
  507. Additionally, he wrote "Kuyo-bokushu" to honor Kuyo learning and wrote "Sashikoko" to attack Sashi learning.
  508. Additionally, hereditary succession of 'shindaisu (or shinnodaisu)' is exclusive and male and female disciples can receive the yurushijo for up to 'midarekazari.'
  509. Additionally, his address was in Kinosaki village, Soma County, Shimousa Province, one of his chigyo-chi (territory).
  510. Additionally, his promotion is thought to be due to his excellent services at Daijo-sai (the first ceremonial offering of rice by a newly-enthroned Emperor).
  511. Additionally, his trip to the Mutsu Province to ask for a financial contribution to the reconstruction of Todai-ji Temple to the Oshu-Fujiwara clan in later life is well known and his meeting with MINAMOTO no Yoritomo along the way in Kamakura is documented in "Azuma Kagami" (The Mirror of the East).
  512. Additionally, historic temples and shrines such as Fujiwara clan's branch shrine, the Kasuga-jinja Shrine, the Yoshimine-dera Temple and the Katagihara-haiji Ato (site of the Katagihara dilapidated Temple) are located in Nishikyo Ward.
  513. Additionally, historical scholars points out the influnence of Heike Monogatari" on "Azuma Kagami."
  514. Additionally, honjo who were in conflict with the residing shokan had to secure their own distribution route to transport the annual tributes, and the ones who carried out this role of annual tribute distribution were the drifting akuto.
  515. Additionally, if Ju-kyo is seen as a religion, the fact that its creed does not include the idea of equality, and that having no concept of the afterworld, reevaluation after death is not possible, is perceived as a problem.
  516. Additionally, if one changes trains at Fukuchiyama Station without passing through its ticket gate, the limited express charge is exceptionally discounted as that of a through train.
  517. Additionally, if the referees deem it necessary.
  518. Additionally, if you want to go to Toei Movie Land from Uzumasa Station on foot, please take the following route:
  519. Additionally, in "Feng-Shen-Yen-I," a light novel of China, there appeared mountain hermitscalled Fugen Shinjin and Monju Koho Tenson, who believed Buddhism later and became Fugen Bosatsu and Monju Bosatsu respectively, but this is fiction of a later age.
  520. Additionally, in "Gen-Pei Seisuiki (a story of ups and down of Gen-Pei)," a variant of "Heike Monogatari," Kiyomori mentions the 'diaries of Hogen and Heiji.'
  521. Additionally, in "Hannya Haramitashin-gyo Sutra Yusan," written by Jion Daishi Ki, a disciple of Genjo, there is a description to indicate that theory.
  522. Additionally, in "Kojikiden" (Commentaries on the Kojiki), it is considered to be the same god as Yachimatahiko and Yachimatahime in the 'Norito (Shinto prayer) of Dokyo-sai Festival' of "the Engishiki" (an ancient book for codes and procedures on national rites and prayers).
  523. Additionally, in "Kojikiden," it is considered the same god as Sokotsutsuo-no-kami, or Hayasasura-hime from Oharae no kotoba.
  524. Additionally, in "Okagami" (The Great Mirror), it is alleged that Kanetaka was instrumental in Imperial Prince Atsuakira's declining the appointment as the crown prince.
  525. Additionally, in 1275, the year following Bunei Battle, the function of Rokuhara Tandai was further enhanced, and authority for punishing gokenin and the trial system was enhanced.
  526. Additionally, in 1525, he deliberately killed Hidenori that was staying in the Kaigake-jo Castle, and he inherited the family.
  527. Additionally, in 1582, during the campaign to capture Takamatsu-jo Castle in Bitchu, which the military commander for the Mori clan, Muneharu SHIMIZU, was in charge of, Hideyoshi had colossal dikes built to flood the castle and it is said that it was again Yoshitaka who suggested this strategy to Hideyoshi.
  528. Additionally, in 1586 was given the court rank of Upper Junior Fifth Rank Principal cupbearer to the Emperor.
  529. Additionally, in 1641 Hirado was allowed to become the member of the itowappu nakama in return for vacating their position as a port of trade; so, the total numbers of Itowappu nakama expanded to six locations.
  530. Additionally, in 1688, he rose to Gon Chunagon (provisional vice-councilor of state), and in 1700, he was further promoted to Gon Dainagon (provisional chief councilor of state), but he resigned the post before long.
  531. Additionally, in 1990 it was discovered by the head priest that the white space under the center of the screen that formed a reverse triangle (corresponds to the black space in the preliminary sketch shown on the right) was a kakushie (a painting that needs to look for) of Mt. Fuji.
  532. Additionally, in 2004, for purpose of developing and enhancing educational activities, the Center for Enhancement of Teaching and Learning was established in the school.
  533. Additionally, in 640, "Correct Interpretation Learning of Five Classics," which summarized the annotation and interpretation of the Five Classics, was compiled under the supervision of Ku Eitatsu (completed in 653 after two revisions).
  534. Additionally, in 772, the surname "Funya" was again given to Oyasu (or Oo) HASE; such being the case, there existed several lines of the Funya clan (written as "文室氏" or "文屋氏") which were not descended from Naga no Miko.
  535. Additionally, in 779, Ganjin's biography, "To Daiwajo Toseiden" (Eastern Expedition of Ganjin, the Great Tang Monk) was written by OMI no Mifune, which is a precious historical material to indicate Ganjin's achievement.
  536. Additionally, in Buddhism it was originally prohibited for priests or priestess (except Buddha) to make a member of the opposite sex enter the Buddhist priesthood as a disciple (in order to avoid the ruination of the priest who would have his mistress around him as a disciple).
  537. Additionally, in Buddhism, '九品' is read 'kuhon', which does not contain dull sounds, but '上品・下品'is read 'jobon, gebon', both of which contains them.
  538. Additionally, in Edo, she was confined in Kotoku-ji Temple of the Jodo Sect instead of living in a residence of the Hirado Domain.
  539. Additionally, in Go (Three Kingdoms), there was Gu Hon who passed along Moshi's divination in Kinbun and I Sho who left "Annotation of Kokugo" (history book on Chinese Spring and Autumn Period).
  540. Additionally, in Hirosaki City, Aomori Prefecture, due to the use of apple-tree pruning techniques on Someiyoshino as a means to recover their vitality, many Someiyoshino have returned to health.
  541. Additionally, in Hokkaido many yose theaters existed from the Meiji period to the early Showa period.
  542. Additionally, in Kokai, Oizumi Town, Gunma Prefecture, there are a tomb believed to be of Takanori, a temple (Kotoku-ji Temple) where is believed that Takanori lived at, and a Shinto shrine (Kojima-jinja Shrine) raised to Takanori.
  543. Additionally, in Korea there is a custom of having seaweed soup on one's birthday.
  544. Additionally, in Kyoto, on April 9th, the Emperor Meiji worshiped the god of war at the Shishin-den Hall (hall for state ceremonies) inside the Imperial Court.
  545. Additionally, in Manyoshu (Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves) there are poems that connect Tsukihito (moon person) and the Japanese Judas tree.
  546. Additionally, in May, he learned all the secrets of swordplay while doing practices in Anraku-ji Temple in Chikushi.
  547. Additionally, in Mikawa Province, where Ikko followers were especially powerful, they were suppressed by the young Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, causing a conflict that split the movement in two.
  548. Additionally, in Mikkyo it is one of the juniten (十二天) and is said to guard the north.
  549. Additionally, in Nakagyo Ward, the Kamogawa River splits west into the Takase-gawa River (Kyoto Prefecture) and runs southward parallel to it.
  550. Additionally, in Tsuruga City, there are some stores where demonstration of oboro konbu making is performed before the visitors (whereby the finished products are put on display in the glass-front showcases and are sold by weight).
  551. Additionally, in a printed book, "Taisho New Daizo-kyo," there is information on the castigation of such texts as the above 'Shikei Shifuku-zo' (Sung book), 'Funei-zo' (Yuan book) and 'kizan-zo' (Ming book) against a copied text of 'Tripitaka Koreana.'
  552. Additionally, in an article dated March 26, there is a description as follows.
  553. Additionally, in beach resorts in Southeast Asia, some beachgoers lay almost naked, so it is a simple business offering a full-body massage using a towel and oil.
  554. Additionally, in case there was no original book of historical material, the material quoted in other documents may be criticized to be a forged document.
  555. Additionally, in contrast to the former series of Hanzeirei which defined their time frame as 'this year's crop' and enforced in areas deemed 'provinces in a state of war,' this law defined the time frame as 'for the time being' and the areas as 'various districts.'
  556. Additionally, in matches between different arts with Naginata (long-handled sword), the Sune-ate (shin guard) must also be worn.
  557. Additionally, in recent times the word 'ama' was used in reference to a prostitute girl or woman.
  558. Additionally, in some cases, a person who was considered to be Samurai-Daisho (commander of warriors) was assigned to Yorioya,
  559. Additionally, in some regions, people eat salmon fillets, sardines and similar things on New Year's Eve.
  560. Additionally, in the "Kojiki," there were only two Empresses, the Empress of Emperor Senka and Princess Tachibana no Nakatsu Hime, other than Prince Kasuga no Oiratsume, who were members of the Imperial family and do not appear in the paternal family lineage of their Emperors father's side.
  561. Additionally, in the Buddhist religious services of Nichiren Shoshu sect there is a manner called 'Hiki-daimoku' other than Shodai, in which way each sound is recited longer as 'Na-mu-myo-ho-ren-ge-kyo.'
  562. Additionally, in the Echizen-yaki (Echizen ware) kiln, Suribachi were also produced from at least the Muromachi period, and in the Tanba-yaki (Tanba ware) kiln, Suribachi having one ridged pattern in a single unit appeared from the middle to the latter part of the fourteenth century.
  563. Additionally, in the Fukagawa and Gyotoku areas, they shoulder the mikoshi in the Fukagawa-katsugi style and the Gyotoku-katsugi style whereby bearers lift the mikoshi high up and throw it up in the air or lower the mikoshi until it almost touches the ground.
  564. Additionally, in the Hannyashin-kyo sutra translated by Genjo there is a word, '菩提薩?' in the latter part, which is said that it was intentionally divided into '菩提' and '薩?' according to nirukti.
  565. Additionally, in the Kanto region including Tokyo, deep-fried spaghetti flavored with salt and pepper (soy sauce) only and without ketchup is sometimes called 'Italian,' which is also a dish unique to Japan and not seen in Italy.
  566. Additionally, in the Kinmei era, Buddhism was introduced.
  567. Additionally, in the Muryoju-kyo sutra of the Jodo sect, Shakamuni-butsu asked Miroku Bosatsu to preach the Hongwan (本願) of Amitabha Buddha against people in anguish of a later age.
  568. Additionally, in the Zuisho (Book of the Sui Dynasty), there were reports confirming Wakoku's (ancient Japan) affluence and possession of rare goods following the conquest of Goguryeo and Silla.
  569. Additionally, in the center of the eave, there is a transom decorated with fretwork of arabesque along with bamboo leaves and gentian, creating a simple but elegant building.
  570. Additionally, in the following year, 833, he compiled Ryo no gige (Clarification of Code) with SUGAWARA no Kiyokimi and others, under Emperor Junna's order, leaving a major impact in Japan's legal history.
  571. Additionally, in the other areas governed by the Maeda Domain, such as Ishikawa Prefecture, and neighboring areas, similar customs were practiced.
  572. Additionally, in the regions of Tohoku and Hokuriku, the term Kimoiri (sponsorship) was the commonly used name.
  573. Additionally, in the summer, it has a huge filed of wild grass and alpine flora on the top and visitors can easily get to the ninth station by car.
  574. Additionally, in the temples of the Tendai sect it is often seen that Senju Kannon is placed at the center and Bishamonten and Fudo Myoo are placed at its sides (Myoo-in Temple in Shiga, Bujo-ji Temple in Kyoto).
  575. Additionally, in this novel Monju Bosatsu and Fugen Bosatsu appear as sacred images (天尊) and later come to be Bosatsu of Buddhism, thus showing the rich imagination of the Chinese.
  576. Additionally, information up to 1635 was added to the original version written by Goho.
  577. Additionally, it also controlled the scriptures of Confucianism and Buddhism and Buddha statues and so on.
  578. Additionally, it appears that law existed to maintain public order and authority in Yamataikoku as well.
  579. Additionally, it consisted of other elements, such as a shoso (public repository) which maintained the collection of all denso (rice field tax) and a shozei suiko to (loaned rice plant as the rice tax stored in provincial offices' warehouse) and other architectural structures reserved for lodging.
  580. Additionally, it contains an essay on his view of life, explaining how people should live in troubled times.
  581. Additionally, it could be thought that the time when nyonin kinsei was adopted in festivals was the Edo period or after Meiji period when male chauvinism became widespread, and in "Kojiki (Records of Ancient Matters)" there is a description that women would join in festivals.
  582. Additionally, it describes that the one who hears this dharma (such as Buddha) is an existence having eternal life but can attain large good deeds only by believing it joyfully (一念信解・初随喜).
  583. Additionally, it has a branch line, called the Senzaki Branch Line or the Senzaki Line, that connects Nagatoshi Station and Senzaki Station.
  584. Additionally, it has been found that Musashi was represented differently, as the kanji 'Muzashi,' until the seventh century.
  585. Additionally, it has been syncretized with Doso-shin (Doso-jin), the traveler's guardian deity, so that many stone statues were enshrined by the roadsides throughout Japan.
  586. Additionally, it is a custom among the people to climb mountains as a sign of faith, and even today, many people climb mountains including those considered sacred grounds.
  587. Additionally, it is assumed that the work called 'The Tale of Murasaki' doesn't refer to the present whole 54 volumes of The Tale of Genji but only to the volumes in which Murasaki no Ue appears, such as 'Wakamurasaki" (the so-called 'Tale of Murasaki no Ue').
  588. Additionally, it is believed that Masashige KUSUNOKI (Kawachi Province), Akamatsu clan (Harima Province), Nagatoshi NAWA (Hoki Province), and the pirates of Seto Inland Sea, who took sides with Emperor Godaigo when the Kamakura bakufu collapsed, were so-called akuto.
  589. Additionally, it is believed that its scale, haniwa and so on served collectively as a model for the later kofun.
  590. Additionally, it is called Myo Kissho Bosatsu.
  591. Additionally, it is called Ordinance when the emperor's order is in oral format.
  592. Additionally, it is called Seiryu Daigongen (Seiryo Daigongen) and is also written as 清滝権現 (Seiryu Gongen, Seiryo Gongen).
  593. Additionally, it is clear that differences during the stage of development in the system for private ownership of land in the pre-Taika era were taken into account.
  594. Additionally, it is considered that he continues to preach even now.
  595. Additionally, it is described that Oyamatsumi was pleased when Konohana no sakuya-bime bore Hohodemi, and he made amenotamu-zake for offering to the gods, and this also made him Sakatoke no Kami, the god of sake.
  596. Additionally, it is described that two deities in the Jimmyocho refers to Mihishirihikohime-no-kami after the shrine's name.
  597. Additionally, it is expected that the colorful and delightful looking kompeito will have an effect of reducing the stress response that people may suffer in a time of disaster when emergency food is needed.
  598. Additionally, it is generally thought that the three-storied pagoda of Ishido-ji Temple was erected by the settlers of Kudara.
  599. Additionally, it is important to point out that Yo Ken (Yang Jian) of Sui was the first to perform Kakyo (Imperial examination).
  600. Additionally, it is mandatory for street stall business to indicate the actual food price; this has decreased the number of disputes concerning prices.
  601. Additionally, it is not only one of the shitenno but is worshiped individually over a broad region, such as Central Asia and China (other than in Japan).
  602. Additionally, it is noteworthy that the target manors for deregistration were extended to the territories of sekkan-ke.
  603. Additionally, it is often the case that various training such as music and Sado (tea ceremony) is required of geigi as basic cultural grounding.
  604. Additionally, it is one of Kyoto's three Kangakuin (educational institutions) and has been a prominent center of learning since ancient times.
  605. Additionally, it is pointed out that peasant revolts, particularly the revolt for social reform, was strongly influenced by the Miroku faith.
  606. Additionally, it is recommended that lay people keep fuin-kai only during the period in which they devote unobstructed cultivation, such as in Zen seated meditation and Buddhist invocation.
  607. Additionally, it is reported that no Chaire other than Nasu was used in the real Bondate (one of the ritualized forms of making and serving tea, specifically in relation to the handling of Chaire on a tea tray, in Cha no yu) before Rikyu.
  608. Additionally, it is said that Akira KOBAYASHI remarked about this film; 'I learned the play of film from this film.'
  609. Additionally, it is said that he let a cold mineral spring outwell at the Kao-in Temple, and people called it "Hosenbo."
  610. Additionally, it is said that once he considered excluding Tadayuki and instead, assigning Nagaoki KURODA as his successor.
  611. Additionally, it is said that some schools existed since around that time from folk tales, but it is highly possible that they are the fiction of a later age.
  612. Additionally, it is said that the phrase of Dokkoise originated from calls in carrying stones for fences during the building of Fukuchiyama-jo Castle.
  613. Additionally, it is said that the ruins of Sokan's former residence (Sokan Well) lie in the Osaka Prefecture-side (Yamazaki, Shimamoto-cho) of the village of Oyamazaki.
  614. Additionally, it is said that zakuro guchi was tampered with so as to put the used water back into the bathtub.
  615. Additionally, it is said that, in 1480 while living in seclusion, Takatada loaned "Inumonono ki," (the same book as "Tadataka kikigaki"?) the book of archery to Owari no kuni shugodai (provincial governor of Owari Province) Toshisada ODA.
  616. Additionally, it is said that, in the early Edo Period, there was Akame Fudo named for Akame of Iga in Dozaka (to be described) which subsequently came to be referred to as Akame at Iemitsu's command and was moved to the present location.
  617. Additionally, it is shared by National Highway Route No. 8 (east of Karasuma Gojo) and National Highway Route No. 162 (between Tenjingawa Gojo and Nishioji Gojo).
  618. Additionally, it is sometimes conducted as a hono-enbu in order to report the result of daily training at a Shinto shrine.
  619. Additionally, it is sometimes pointed out that there is a pathos in viewing downfall and nature along with the downfall of the aristocracy, whose power in politics had been taken away since establishment of the Kamakura shogunate.
  620. Additionally, it is sometimes viewed as an incarnation of Myoken Bosatsu who deified the polar star.
  621. Additionally, it is thought that the Yasutomi clan also headed the Noda clan that was from Nishioka, Yamashiro Province, as their vassal, and there are various documents stating that Mototsuna took military action together with the Noda clan.
  622. Additionally, it is well known for its 'Mii no bansho' (the evening bell at Mii-dera Temple) which is one of the Omi Hakkei (Eight Views of Omi).
  623. Additionally, it is widely assumed that the Soga clan was the first to adopt Buddhism when it was introduced to Japan during the Asuka period.
  624. Additionally, it seems that there were a total of nine gates at the north, south, east, and west ends of the streets and that only four gates were open as required at night to keep strangers from arbitrarily entering the town.
  625. Additionally, it stands on Chitennyo and two devils (Niranba and Biranba) instead of Jaki.
  626. Additionally, it was about this time when persons performing onmyoji acts outside Onmyoryo, that were originally supposed to be prohibited by the ritsuryo, became common in localities other than the capital and numerous charismatic onmyoji, including Doman ASHIYA, appeared in the private sector.
  627. Additionally, it was combined with the faith for Doso-shin (Japanese Shinto deity), so many statues were built as 'guardian deities of the barriers of town' outside of towns or on streets.
  628. Additionally, it was customary for the sons of Sekke (line of regents and advisers) to be assigned as Chunagon from Chujo (Middle Captain) without experiencing Sangi.
  629. Additionally, it was decreed that the family head must be aged between 17 and 50 in order to be entitled for an adoption of Matsugo yoshi.
  630. Additionally, it was equated with Buddhist Jizo Bosatsu (Jizo Bodhisattva).
  631. Additionally, it was recited at shrines.
  632. Additionally, it was revealed that Hamada Domain as a whole committed the smuggling at Takeshima Island (Takeshima Incident), consequently Yasuto was renamed Shimotsuke no kami and given eichikkyo (life incarceration).
  633. Additionally, it was revealed that the gate was repaired three times, in 1516, 1729 and 1859.
  634. Additionally, it was said that drinking the medicine was effective for refreshment of mind and body.
  635. Additionally, it was very rare, in that the Empress Teimei gave birth to four Imperial princes, so this fact helped to establish the concept of monogamy in Japan.
  636. Additionally, it would be a difficult task to burrow under the Tokaido Shinkansen and the Kamo-gawa River (Yodo-gawa River system).
  637. Additionally, it's a somewhat nutritionally balanced cuisine because it uses a variety of ingredients.
  638. Additionally, it's called chihaya-dofu in Osaka.
  639. Additionally, it's used as a common noun that vaguely refers to "aiki martial arts" in general.
  640. Additionally, its principal image, the statue of Amida Sanzon, was a work in the Nara period, and this suggests that the foundation of the temple goes back to the Nara period.
  641. Additionally, joryu-gidayu perform such activities as participating in the Jishibai (local kabuki) where sufficient numbers of joruri performers aren't available, or as cooperating in the reconstruction of the Jishibai, whose performances had been stopped.
  642. Additionally, kanjo (ceremonial transfer of a divided tutelary deity to a new location) from Kitano-tenmangu Shrine and Dazaifu-tenmangu Shrine was frequently performed.
  643. Additionally, kelp that has been shaved by machine is referred to as tororo, whereas, kelp that has been manually shaved by craftspeople is referred to as oboro.
  644. Additionally, kenban often provides training for geigi.
  645. Additionally, kiyarikata and kiyarishu are other names for tobishoku, originated from the word 'yarikata.'
  646. Additionally, koji mold (aspergillus oryzae) is aerobic and cannot reproduce itself in the container with moromi (raw unrefined sake).
  647. Additionally, large temples had warehouses in which to keep the articles offered by their estates, as well as temple household goods and treasures.
  648. Additionally, later folklore had it that the first emperor of Cao Wei named Cao Pi was physically so weak that people did not think he could have a long life when he was very young, but once he started to drink kikuzake on the recommendation of other people, he became stronger and eventually came to the throne of Cao Wei.
  649. Additionally, later when kugyo (court noble) who could not serve as ministers were promoted to Juichii, it became a common practice that they were granted Jun-daijin (Vice Minister) by imperial proclamation.
  650. Additionally, later, his mother remarried Masanao HOSHINA, so he spent an unhappy boyhood.
  651. Additionally, leaving the temple before dawn once a month Genkyo climbed Mt. Kurama via Mt. Daimonji and Mt. Hiei, continuing on to make a pilgrimage to Atago-jinja Shrine (Kyoto City) on the top of Mt. Atago before returning to Dairen-ji Temple.
  652. Additionally, like ABE no Yasuchika who later became the mainstream of the Abe clan, they came to interpret tenmondo with more importance given to onmyodo than to the astronomy which came from China.
  653. Additionally, limited express trains may have four cars.
  654. Additionally, loan services are available for Diet members and Diet staff primarily in the Diet Branch Library; but unlike loans to other libraries there is no restriction on the number of books to be loaned to Diet members and Diet staff.
  655. Additionally, lotus flower viewing has been very popular since ancient times whereby, virtually, one cannot mention Ogura-ike Pond without mentioning the lotus.
  656. Additionally, many Buddha statues, Buddhist paintings and so on except for hibutsu are placed in national museums in Tokyo, Kyoto and Nara Prefectures.
  657. Additionally, many bodies of the statue are basically expressed in ugly, lurid colors.
  658. Additionally, many commuters to Osaka City take the Kintetsu Kyoto Line, connecting on foot from Shin-tanabe Station (Kyotanabe City) to Kyotanabe Station to take a rapid train on the JR Katamachi Line to Osaka City.
  659. Additionally, many ordinary people have a rotensho business as a venture or for both a hobby and for profit in places such as flea markets hosted by municipal organizations.
  660. Additionally, many ryokan and hotels prepare yukata for their guests as night clothing, which is a unique custom in Japan.
  661. Additionally, many skilled potters such as Hozen EIRAKU and Wazen EIRAKU appeared from the Eiraku family after Ryozen EIRAKU, and this family has been making tea equipment for the Senke (House of Sen) ever since.
  662. Additionally, many sutras praise Monju Bosatsu as 'Buddha's mother in the three periods,' and in "Kegon-kyo Sutra" it plays an important role to take out Zenzai-doshi on the path to seek Buddhism.
  663. Additionally, many tales in the Honcho secular portion have no clear source.
  664. Additionally, many villages had a custom (Hoso Kami okuri) to prevent disasters from becoming serious by worshipping and entertaining Hoso Kami in order to convince them to pardon the villagers.
  665. Additionally, most commercially available umeshu in Japan has ten to fifteen percent alcohol by volume.
  666. Additionally, most court ladies and the attending eunuchs lived in Kokyu palaces and engaged in the routine work duties of a Kokyu palace.
  667. Additionally, new types of kumite (paired karate kata) were created by karate practitioners in the Japanese mainland, because Okinawan traditional kumite weren't fully introduced, resulting in the birth of modern karatedo.
  668. Additionally, next to those two pieces of stonework are gutters lined with stones and stone steps with stone walls and stone paving surrounding all of them.
  669. Additionally, nori is rich in protein, dietary fiber, vitamins and so on.
  670. Additionally, not only Japanese restaurants but also some of the Western-food restaurants in South Korea serve takuan-zuke which is a phenomenon that has been established as the Western food was brought over from Japan.
  671. Additionally, note that in response to those who say it is a shame to imitate a real torii for this type of purpose, an unusual torii has been in use with the nuki (lower horizontal rail) being longer than the kasagi (upper horizontal rail), which is opposite that of the classical design.
  672. Additionally, numerous scenic spots and national monuments scatter in areas along the Sea of Japan and the coastlines from Hokkaido to Tsushima offer valuable tourist attractions.
  673. Additionally, on December 28, Moromoto NIJO was appointed as Kanpaku.
  674. Additionally, on January 31, 1703, after forty-seven Ako loyal retainers surrendered to the bakufu with Kira's head, he was ordered to take nine of them into custody.
  675. Additionally, on March 8, 1998, the Maizuru Oe Interchange of the Kyoto Longitudinal Expressway was completed.
  676. Additionally, on October 11, he told Yoritomo through Kagetoki KAJIWARA that he wanted Yoritomo to allow him to serve as a gokenin (an immediate vassal of the shogun in the Kamakura and the Muromachi periods) in recognition of his work in destroying Toshitsuna and bringing his head.
  677. Additionally, on September 17, the day following the battle in Wada, Jochi KAI died in Kyoto, which conversely increased the influence of Takakage.
  678. Additionally, on the 24th, he met Ryoma SAKAMOTO in Kyoto and approved the purchase of weapons and ships that Choshu wanted, which represented an actual achievement of Saccho piece with Satsuma.
  679. Additionally, on the night of February 7th, parts of the former bakufu army (infantry soldiers from the eleventh and twelfth regiments) deserted.
  680. Additionally, one after another members of imperial families and nobles visited the mountain.
  681. Additionally, one more storage track supporting a seven-car train is provided on the Osaka side of Platform 4, and a Keihan Electric Railway Series 3000 train used for special limited express services has sometimes been kept there temporarily.
  682. Additionally, one must withdraw from Nogaku Kyokai when he or she goes out of business, which means that being a member of the association is in effect equivalent to being a regular nogakushi.
  683. Additionally, one of Gosanjo's wives was Koichijo's son, MINAMOTO no Motohira's daughter, MINAMOTO no Kishi, and she gave birth to his second prince, Imperial Prince Sanehito (Heian period) and third prince, Imperial Prince Sukehito.
  684. Additionally, one round-trip service of Tanba arriving at and departing from Toyooka Station was operated by way of Ayabe Station.
  685. Additionally, opinions are divided over whether the "aiki" of Aikido and the "aiki" of other martial arts such as Daito school are the same or different.
  686. Additionally, ordinary women who made their living such as familiar peddlers of the Katsurame (female peddlers in Kyoto from Katsura) and the Oharame (female peddlers in Kyoto from Ohara) tied their hair in a few bunches, wrapped them around their heads and covered the heads with tenugui (hand towel).
  687. Additionally, other Kogo-ishi castles are found as "the multiunit remain for religious rituals in inmost village community" or "the castles which were constructed in a backwoods area by exiled clans coming from the Asian continent."
  688. Additionally, other Oni myths have been handed down in various forms throughout Japan.
  689. Additionally, other domains which were coining counterfeit money successively submitted a jisojo, fearing future problems that would occur in the case that they were exposed by the government later.
  690. Additionally, outbound trains that start from the platforms of Kyoto Sanin Line (Platform No. 30 for Haruka, etc.) pass through the Umekoji Freight Station, and consequently this route is sometimes called the Haruka (faraway) route.
  691. Additionally, over time the treasures were often taken out of the warehouses for repair or some other reason.
  692. Additionally, part of the forces withdrew towards the Edo area.
  693. Additionally, people had the custom of cleansing their bodies with wet cotton that had been placed on chrysanthemums to draw up the evening dew prior to the day of the Choyo Festival.
  694. Additionally, people who go to Kyoto Driver's License Center use this station (by Hankyu Bus from this station).
  695. Additionally, people who take the position of the Hiyodorigoe theory, explain that the Taira clan constructed the castle in a different location, not in present-day Ichinotani Cho of Suma Ward.
  696. Additionally, places that placed an emphasis on defensive ability as a castle retreat were not in places with good transportation, and as they started to increasingly become trade cities, Jinya instead of castles became the center of government.
  697. Additionally, private calendars based on the Senmyoreki were independently published in various parts of the country and some of these calendars indicated different dates; in result, Japan needed to unify these prevalent calendars all over the country and to make a calendrical reform.
  698. Additionally, refer to the section of (Kyoto Prefectural Route 361, the Kamikuroda Kibune Line).
  699. Additionally, regarding this lineage, the Kai-Genji clan family could have been a direct rival to Yoritomo.
  700. Additionally, regular trains are run more frequently.
  701. Additionally, renga, a kind of waka poetry that alternates continuously between the upper and lower halves of three lines and two lines in turns, had become popular, since the Kamakura period, among aristocrats as well as the common people.
  702. Additionally, retired Emperor Sutoku was banished to Sanuki-no-kuni; he died a miserable death without being able to return to the capital.
  703. Additionally, ritsuryo law was important not only in the legal sense, but also in the sense of the history of philosophical thought.
  704. Additionally, rotensho which cannot be seen in Japan are often listed.
  705. Additionally, rutin can be mentioned as a functional element characteristic of buckwheat (or buckwheat flour).
  706. Additionally, seemingly the Oshu Fujiwara clan was entrusted with the management of shoen (manors in medieval Japan) of the Sekke family located in the Oshu region.
  707. Additionally, several legal terms relating to Gaichi are used as stated below, but their scopes are not uniformly defined.
  708. Additionally, she is believed to be the same god as Ukanomitama, who is also a Shokumotsu-shin (the god of foodstuffs), and is sometimes enshrined in Inari-jinja Shrine instead of Ukanomitama-no-kami.
  709. Additionally, she is sometimes considered the same god as Amenosagume, the follower of Amenowakahiko.
  710. Additionally, she reached Kunisaki County in Toyo-no-kuni and became the god of Himegoso-sha Shrine, and is enshrined in two locations.
  711. Additionally, shikiden (a rice field given to senior bureaucrats based on office) for Monjo Hakase was increased from 4 cho (1 cho under the ritsuryo system equaled to 11,800 sq. m.) to 6 cho in 859.
  712. Additionally, showing 'political stance of the government which aspired to take equitable measures being uninfluenced by and detached from movements of political parties,' Prime Minister Kiyotaka KURODA came into collision with the Diet.
  713. Additionally, since Mitsuosa's successor Mitsutsugu was also an adopted son-in-law, the maternal line of inheritance continued in Sennodo Irako school over three generations.
  714. Additionally, since PiTaPa was introduced in Kintetsu Railways and the Kyoto Municipal Transportation Bureau on April 1, 2007, ICOCA has enhanced its convenience, being accepted on almost all lines of the major and second-tier private railway companies and public subways.
  715. Additionally, since Uchigatana (a sword kept in the 'obi' belt), essentially makes no noise when it cuts or is drawn from and returned to its sheath, no sound effects used to be used.
  716. Additionally, since an article dated August 14, 709 of "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicle of Japan Continued) records that weapons were transported to Dewa no Ki, it is suggested that Dewa no Ki had existed by then.
  717. Additionally, since grand persons of the Fujiwara clan died one after another, national administration was managed by TACHIBANA no Moroe (maternal half-brother of the Empress Komyo).
  718. Additionally, since he was indifferent about money and would give his pay to his friends, he was always poor.
  719. Additionally, since it does not pierce deep into the target, it is not effective enough in killing or wounding an enemy, but sometimes such weakness is offset by applying poison to the blade.
  720. Additionally, since some castle towers (including those of Edo-jo Castle and Osaka-jo Castle) that had been burnt down or destroyed by disasters and the like during the Edo Period were not subsequently rebuilt, the number of castle towers fell.
  721. Additionally, since the Obama Line was electrified and opened in 2003, when there are many passengers such as during the tourist seasons and on holidays, the train is operated up to Obama Station running on the Obama Line.
  722. Additionally, since the school's founding they have been determined not to create an official school song, school badge and school gate.
  723. Additionally, since the soy milk extracted from the foamed go is covered with foam in a whipped state, it's impossible to add bittern and properly do the work of yose.
  724. Additionally, since there were frequent flood damages, the Tenjin-gawa River was excavated for flood control in 1935.
  725. Additionally, since wheat came from China, it was also referred to as Karako (Chinese flour).
  726. Additionally, sloppiness in historical accuracy is frequently seen in jidaigeki such as men wearing suteteko (undershorts) when they should be wearing loincloths and people wearing their hair in late-Edo-Period style when the story takes place in the Genroku era.
  727. Additionally, sloppy reading of "the Mahaprajnaparamita-sutra" is often performed but the text of the Buddhist sutra itself is rarely read and recited.
  728. Additionally, sobayu is usually not offered with hot soba dishes.
  729. Additionally, some attempts have been made to make the fermented sushi with black bass or blue gill based on the similar recipe as that for funa-zushi.
  730. Additionally, some eco-campaigners say it is a waste of resources to stand bon toro for only several days and then throw them away.
  731. Additionally, some of the Onmyodo ceremonies are outlined in Bunkansho written in the Middle Ages but the religious ceremonies of Onmyodo consist of large, medium and small methods that seem to be used depending on the circumstance.
  732. Additionally, some of them are designed for thick fabrics and others are for thin fabrics.
  733. Additionally, some people say the reason he changed his go so often was that it was one of the means to gain the income needed to transfer the go to his disciples.
  734. Additionally, some priests and voluntary groups of followers are concerned with and see it as a problem that the activities of Otani-ha and Shinshu Kyodan Rengo consisting of ten groups of Shinshu sects (including Otani-ha) seem to incline toward the left.
  735. Additionally, some say that Amenohiboko might have been connected to Koko, a Japanese retainer believed to have served Korean kings and help them found Silla.
  736. Additionally, some say that the Okura residence was located in Okura, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo City where a stone monument referred to as 'Shogun-zuka' (a mound of Shogun) that is said to be the grave of Yoshikata.
  737. Additionally, some say that 投汁そば (Toji soba) was the etymology of Toji soba but the former has become a registered trade name.
  738. Additionally, some say that, since hoshi-ii (dehydrated cooked rice), the key ingredient of Choseiden, was an indispensable food in military operation, the Kaga Clan's incentive measures may have been an excuse to maintain an adequate stock level of hoshi-ii for military preparedness.
  739. Additionally, some shrines have adopted koki-colored (red purple) hakama for young ladies.
  740. Additionally, some shrines in Wakayama Prefecture and Omishima Island in Ehime Prefecture have a Shinto rite called hitori sumo (one-man sumo) in which a wrestler is supposed to have a sumo match against a spirit of rice, and the wrestler should always lose because they believe that victory of the spirit will bring a rich harvest.
  741. Additionally, sometimes all the plants that were born by crossbreeding Edohigan and Oshima cherries are called 'Someiyoshino,' and Someiyoshino in a narrow sense is sometimes written as the binominal 'Someiyoshino 'Someiyoshino.'
  742. Additionally, special envoys called "toshi" (messenger from the Kamakura bakufu), who were directly sent from the bakufu, were in some cases, granted authority to directly negotiate with the Imperial Court or to command the Tandai, and such authority was constantly restrained by the central power of the bakufu.
  743. Additionally, special exhibitions are held at the museum two or three times each year.
  744. Additionally, special techniques such as 'gyakuhajiki,' 'surite' and 'bachi keshi' are sometimes used.
  745. Additionally, spirited craftsmen were fond of the hairstyle in which the U-shaped part of the topknot was bent up at the tip, and the ends of the topknot that was fairly thick and short were roughly splayed out to look manly.
  746. Additionally, squid is rich in taurine which is also contained abundantly in surume.
  747. Additionally, starch discharged from the dough in this process is collected and dried to make shofu which becomes an ingredient of confectioneries.
  748. Additionally, sub-express and local trains are used for this service, mainly in the early morning and late evening (in the past, these types were used as outbound section express during the weekdays, but since the timetable revision of January 2007 they haven't been used).
  749. Additionally, subordinate organizations pursuant to organizations in Kamakura such as hyojoshu (members of Council of State) were set up under it.
  750. Additionally, subsequent to the 442nd issue in 1903, Yubi AOYAGI became the editor-in-chief.
  751. Additionally, such change in the view towards the sky led to the development of a new forming theory of the universe centered around "I Ching."
  752. Additionally, such prefixes as 'Ai (mutual)-,' 'Nuki (dodging)-,' 'Kaeshi (returning)-,' 'Harai (sweeping)-,' 'Suriage (sliding up)-,' 'Hiki (pull)-' and so on are sometimes added to the above techniques according to a contender's movement immediately before a technique is used.
  753. Additionally, super-sized structures were built mainly in the Tohoku and Hokuriku regions in the first half of the period.
  754. Additionally, surume is buried in the sumo ring as a good-luck item.
  755. Additionally, sutra, vinaya, abhidharma and their commentaries were edited into a series called "Daizo-kyo Sutra (the Tripitaka)" or "Issai-kyo Sutra (Complete Buddhist Scriptures)."
  756. Additionally, teachings of some schools of Japanese martial arts included Ninjutsu.
  757. Additionally, the 'Monju quintet' Monju gosonzo was produced, consisting of Monju riding a lion, Zenzai-doshi as an usher, Udenno drawing the reins of the lion, Buddhapali, and the elder Saisho Ronin.
  758. Additionally, the 'Nishi System of Health Engineering' by Katsuzo NISHI, the director of the Aikikai Foundation, is employed.
  759. Additionally, the 126th poem in Vol. 2 for OTOMO no Tanushi has a caption on the left with a story in Sino-Japanese, and it is believed that other poems related to the Otomo family were also playful instead.
  760. Additionally, the Airport Express 'Haruka' and the Limited Express 'Biwako Express' for commuters came to stop at Yamashina Station.
  761. Additionally, the Chinese character 尺 (shaku) was also used to represent a meter.
  762. Additionally, the Chinese disliked the sea, as their values at the time considered it to be outside of their realm; therefore, the practice of eating raw meat and vegetables was abandoned early on due to the spread of disease.
  763. Additionally, the City bus has continued to introduce CNG vehicles and (CNG) low-floor buses.
  764. Additionally, the Cloistered Emperor Toba submits to fate and passes away as a divine message is received by a shrine maiden.
  765. Additionally, the Daigo Station bus stop is located about 200 meters from this bus terminal.
  766. Additionally, the Dazaifu-tenmangu Shrine was built in Dazaifu, where Michizane died.
  767. Additionally, the Doshisha established the fundamental educational ideals of "Christian principles," "liberalism" and "internationalism" in order to achieve the education of "conscience"; through these ideals the Doshisha seeks to send forth those who are "the nation's conscience."
  768. Additionally, the Emperor Showa was receiving a Shinko (giving a lecture in the Emperor's presence) lecture when he heard the news of the Empress Teimei's (his mother) demise.
  769. Additionally, the Emperor edited and completed "Tozui Ruidai," the poetry collection of his great grandfather, the Emperor Reigen.
  770. Additionally, the Empress Teimei was the first of the Imperial family to be interred by the Imperial House Act of the Constitution of Japan.
  771. Additionally, the Express Sanin Kanko had two variations of trains according to the types of operations, so that the overnight semi-express operated as the outbound train and the express operated as the inbound train.
  772. Additionally, the Gion Goryo-e (Gion-e) at the Yasaka-jinja Shrine, where Gozu Tenno (deity said to be the Indian god Gavagriva) is enshrined, is known as Gion-matsuri Festival
  773. Additionally, the Gosho for retired emperors (cloistered emperors) is called In Gosho or Sento Gosho, and the one for empress dowagers is Nyoin Gosho or Omiya Gosho.
  774. Additionally, the Great Buddha was damaged in the earthquake of 1662 and was thus to be reconstructed with wood.
  775. Additionally, the Hanshin Expressway Route 8 Kyoto Line (tentative name) was completed in such a manner that Jujo-dori Street has been extended to the east as a new road connecting central Kyoto and Yamashina Ward.
  776. Additionally, the Higashi-Harima region controlled the main road through which a large army could pass, and it was also an important route to the capital (Kyoto).
  777. Additionally, the Hikawa-nyotai-jinja Shrine at Miyamoto, in the Midori ward of Saitama City, was originally separated from Hikawa-jinja Shrine, and subsequent to the Edo period it has been treated as Ichinomiya.
  778. Additionally, the Imperial Diet consisted of 2 houses including the House of Representatives composed of the Members of the Diet who carried election and the House of Peers (Japan) comprised of the peerages.
  779. Additionally, the Isshiki clan was to later become one of the Shishiki (Four major feudal lords who worked for Muromachi bakufu) this was the lineage of the family of Norimitsu, the younger brother of Naouji.
  780. Additionally, the JR Nara Line and the Kintetsu Kyoto Line run north-south.
  781. Additionally, the Juni Shinsho have each principal image of Buddha such as Buddha, Bosatsu and Myoo.
  782. Additionally, the K-Limited Express--which started operating on September 8, 2003--marked the first introduction of a new type of train in 43 years within the Keihan Electric Railway after the express introduced in March 1960.
  783. Additionally, the Kato clan evolved nengu (land tax)-increase policy, so that the domain was said to still be a particularly high-tax area after it was transferred to the Minakuchi Domain.
  784. Additionally, the Kawaoka (railway) crossing south of the station is situated between the streets, resulting in traffic congestion.
  785. Additionally, the Kyoto International Student Film and Video Festival is held in collaboration with the Shinkyogoku Film Festival.
  786. Additionally, the Kyoto State Guest House opened in April 2005.
  787. Additionally, the Limited Express 'Edel-Tango' was replaced with 'Tango Discovery,' operated by KTR.
  788. Additionally, the Ming Dynasty was when Ju-kyo became secular, spreading from shitaifu (Scholar-bureaucrats) to the common people.
  789. Additionally, the Muromachi bakufu was in disorder because of the Kakitsu Rebellion and this incident occurred between the time after Yoshinori ASHIKAGA died in in July 1443, and Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA became the 8th shogun.
  790. Additionally, the Nijo-ekimae (front of Nijo Station) stop is located along Senbon-dori Street on its eastern side.
  791. Additionally, the Ofuda (paper charms) provided at Shobo-ji Temple at that time were called 'Ofuda of Kashiwa Oak,' whose shape was that of a Kashiwa oak leaf, and words, such as '伊勢熊野参詣輩' (visit to Ise and Kumano) and '許永代汚穢' (forgive the impurity of Eitai), were printed on the Ofuda.
  792. Additionally, the Prefectural School for Disabled Children (today's Special Support School) was constructed in 2005.
  793. Additionally, the Republic of China government in Taiwan has produced an official history entitled "History of the Qing" (in fact it is a revised version of the PRC's "Draft History of the Qing"), but the PRC government refuses to acknowledge this work.
  794. Additionally, the Saigyo-an Hermitage in Mt. Yoshino is well known.
  795. Additionally, the Sanno Gongen (present-day Hie-jinja Shrine) was relocated from the castle compound to Akasaka in the southwest where the Urakimon (literally translated as the back-demons' gate) during the reconstruction of Edo Castle.
  796. Additionally, the Seiryo-den imperial palace was struck by lightning, resulting in many casualties.
  797. Additionally, the Shamisen used to accompany Joruri or Nagauta have also developed to increase their sound volume levels so that their sounds could be heard clearly even in large concert halls, because they have also been used for traditional performing arts such as Kabuki, Bunraku and Nihon-buyo (traditional Japanese dance).
  798. Additionally, the Shinnyo-en Buddhist Order, one of the new religions adopting the teaching of the Shingon sect line Tozan school uses the kanji meaning 'equally bring together to improve' because the goma burns away every suffering from the effects of karma and fate.
  799. Additionally, the Shugo put jito (manager and lord of manor), the local lord, and myoshu (owner of rice fields) under their influence by adopting them into hikan (low-level bureaucrat).
  800. Additionally, the Taira clan had recovered in numbers to include tens of thousands of cavalrymen under militarily power.
  801. Additionally, the Tomyo-ji Temple (Yata-cho, Yamatokoriyama City) located on Yata-kyuryo Hills to the north of the Matsuo-dera Temple is also believed to be founded by Imperial Prince Toneri.
  802. Additionally, the Unehara type (type of Unehara Remains) is known mainly in southern Kyushu.
  803. Additionally, the Yasu-gawa River, as the largest river in the southeast to flow into Lake Biwa, is known to have flowed eastward, not westward, at that time.
  804. Additionally, the architecture of Shinshu temples has unique features rarely seen in other sects, such as wider Gejin (nave) compared to Naijin (chancel).
  805. Additionally, the area has a large number of mosquitoes that emerge from spring through summer, making it impossible for residents to enjoy their evening meals without burning mosquito repellent to drive mosquitoes away.
  806. Additionally, the art that a person, known as a Harima onmyoji (or Kanbarashu) Karindo OBATA, teaches is influenced by martial arts that are said to have originated from the samurai class.
  807. Additionally, the azana 'Takano' is thought to correspond to present-day Takanohara in Nara City.
  808. Additionally, the bakufu-side had to constantly monitor and control the movement of the Imperial Court.
  809. Additionally, the battle against Ezo (the name used at that time to refer to the lands located to the north of Japan), which occurred during the same period, brought the whole of Honshu (the main island), including the Tsugaru and Shimokita peninsulas, under the control of the Imperial Court, and this had a significant impact on local areas throughout the island.
  810. Additionally, the blossoms in the above poems refers to cherry blossoms.
  811. Additionally, the celebrated nishin soba (a bowl of soba in hot soup served with stewed herring on top) developed during the end of the Edo period was inspired by 'kelp roll with herring' which had long been a side dish in Kyoto.
  812. Additionally, the celebrated onigiri (rice balls) wrapped in oboro konbu has become so popular that it is being sold at convenience stores.
  813. Additionally, the chapters of the Kumogakure Rokujo are on the whole exceedingly short compared with the original chapters of the Tale of Genji, and they describe the story so concisely that the contents look like summaries of the story.
  814. Additionally, the coastal area along the Ariake Sea was where the problem of draining Isahaya Bay arose, when, just after the operation begun, the water contamination strongly influenced the production volume and quality of nori there, and in particular devastated the production area in Nagasaki Prefecture.
  815. Additionally, the concept of a method in which 'Kunibiki' would arrive at and depart from Tottori Station was promoted.
  816. Additionally, the date of copying, the owning temple name, the enshrinement place, ganshu, name, etc. may sometimes be written on the side of the Honzon, and the Hoshu name of its copying and his hangyo (Kao) are also written at the bottom.
  817. Additionally, the decline of traditional Japanese restaurants and the red-light district due to the small user demand stemming from diversified means of entertainment and drastic decrease in various business entertainments (See 'Traditional Japanese Restaurants') has been mentioned.
  818. Additionally, the details of how Sanetaka SANJONISHI got the text are in the "Sanetaka Koki," in the entries for November 4 and 8 of 1509.
  819. Additionally, the detention center, which is under control of the Ministry of Justice, is the only one in the northern area attached to the Maizuru Detention Branch.
  820. Additionally, the domain limited the executions to a certain time of the year, and established a practice called 'shikeibishin' where the major officials, including the feudal lords, behave themselves on those days due to the shame of having a death sentence within the territory.
  821. Additionally, the dried mekabu seaweed was used as a folk medicine in ancient times.
  822. Additionally, the efforts by food manufacturers such as House Foods Corp. cannot be ignored in terms of explaining its sustained popularity.
  823. Additionally, the elaborated woven textiles such as 'yamato nishiki' (embroidered texture in colored threads) and 'enishiki karaori' (embroidered texture in colored threads, making a design stand out) gained popularity.
  824. Additionally, the emperor's function of giving approval to families continued after the period of civil war (in Japan), as did the function of checking on court nobles (those going down to the provinces) who had neglected their services to the Emperor in Kyoto (including public duties).
  825. Additionally, the eruption of the volcano in Lake Towada-ko (the largest disaster in two millennia) occurred in the northern Tohoku region in 915, but nothing about the eruption or a series of natural disasters after it had been documented.
  826. Additionally, the events of the Wakoku (Japan, also known as Yamato sovereignty [ancient Japan sovereignty]) from the late fourth century saw a steady progression in Japanese militaristic advancement into the southern regions of the Korean Peninsula; reports of this fact were revealed in several documents of historical materials, and archaeological artifacts.
  827. Additionally, the express, semi-express and local trains are operated.
  828. Additionally, the fact that this chapter ended with the unique phrase 'tozo hon ni habemeru' (written in a book) is also noteworthy.
  829. Additionally, the family lineage of MINAMOTO no Yorinobu, the third son of Mitsunaka, (more precisely, the line of MINAMOTO no Yoshitada and MINAMOTO no Yoshitoki) was called Kawachi-Genji as it was based in Tsuboi, Kawachi Province (present-day Tsuboi, Habikino City, Osaka Prefecture).
  830. Additionally, the festival holds the World Program featuring student films from around the globe, screenings of works made by professional film directors when they were students, etc.
  831. Additionally, the first representative of Kyoto for the International Physics Olympics is from this school.
  832. Additionally, the following is a list of how 'Tsukuyomi' was spelled in the "Jodai" special kana orthography (the special kana orthography of the era of Nara or earlier).
  833. Additionally, the following trains are in service as overnight trains.
  834. Additionally, the governor of Kyoto, the professor of Daishin-in (professor of the Supreme Court of Japan), the chief and the public prosecutor of Kyoto Shishin Saibansho and the chief of police of Kyoto Prefecture were installed as honorary members.
  835. Additionally, the handcuffs used in those days remain in the possession of the Imanishi family today.
  836. Additionally, the harem signified the Kokyu palace is based upon the Ottoman Empire which Kokyu palace was called harem.
  837. Additionally, the head family ended up in court for a conflict over apportionment of the property left by the previous headman, and they were sentenced to sell inherited costumes and masks and apportion the proceeds of the sale among the family members of the deceased at the first and the second trials.
  838. Additionally, the hitatare (a kind of court dress in old days), kariginu (informal clothes worn by Court nobles) and kamishimo (samurai costume, old ceremonial costume), etc., are worn for special ceremonies.
  839. Additionally, the honorific title of Shinran within the hexagonal main hall is not 'Shonin' as is used in other branches of the True Pure Land School, but 'Shinran Shonin.'
  840. Additionally, the idea of providing an 'area map and information' together with the name of each station originally came from the Kansai Railway Company in 1893.
  841. Additionally, the ihai tablet of his father, Ieyoshi, was one hundred and fifty-three centimeters, and there was about one centimeter difference from his real height.
  842. Additionally, the inbound train enters the E&S System line from the quadruple track of the Tokaido Main Line by way of the crossover near Nishioji Station, and the train joins the Tokaido Main Line again by way of the crossover located in front of Kyoto Station.
  843. Additionally, the intersection of Shijo-dori Street and Higashi-oji-dori Street is called the 'Gion' intersection (it is often referred to as 'Gion Ishidan-shita').
  844. Additionally, the kanji '妹' (which means 'a younger sister') can also encourage the misunderstanding.
  845. Additionally, the meat of the conger pike is used as an ingredient for high quality kamaboko (boiled fish paste).
  846. Additionally, the name "Hideko" appears in the Oda family tree recorded in 'Koko Ruisan'.
  847. Additionally, the name 'Tokichiro KINOSHITA' was used in Shincho koki (Biography of the Warlord Oda Nobunaga) up to August 1572, while 'Hideyoshi HASHIBA' was shown after October 1572.
  848. Additionally, the name Ujitoyo does not appear in properly handed-down documents of the Imagawa clan, and some say that he was not the child of Ujichika, but a child from a branch.
  849. Additionally, the name under the former 'Law for the Historic Site, Places of Scenic Beauty and Natural Monuments' is 'Meisho Nara Koen' (Place of Scenic Beauty Nara Park).
  850. Additionally, the next year, Doko TETSUGEN, who was born the same year as Ryoo and also studied under the Ingen with Ryoo, published 6,923 volumes of the Obaku-ban Daizo-kyo Sutra (also referred to as the "Tetsugen-ban" [Tetsugen Edition], the Tripitaka in the Obaku Zen Buddhism Sect Edition, published by the Doko TETSUGEN).
  851. Additionally, the only other five-storey pagoda with a pent roof to exist stands at Horyu-ji Temple in Horyu-cho.
  852. Additionally, the operation of the station is consigned to JR West Kotsu Service.
  853. Additionally, the operations of the station are consigned to JR West Kotsu Service.
  854. Additionally, the origin of the word of kira as Kiranosho of Mikawa Province, is said to be derived from the word 'kirara' (in yamato-kotoba [words of Japanese origi]) which is mica, since the clan had a mica mine within its shoen from long time ago.
  855. Additionally, the original copies seem to have contained descriptions of kokushigenzaisha (shrines appearing in the six official histories) as well according to the introductory notes, but they are not found in the presently available book.
  856. Additionally, the outer two ribs of a mai-ogi are bound to fan paper with thread after they are stuck to each other with glue in order to improve the durability of the mai-ogi.
  857. Additionally, the paper money by the Hatamoto, the Matsudaira family in Nagasawa, Hoi County, Mikawa Province was exceptional case.
  858. Additionally, the paper should be somewhat dried before putting black ink; otherwise, the ink may run on the paper or become faint.
  859. Additionally, the place which permits women to worship and practice unobstructed cultivation is called a 'nyonin koya.'
  860. Additionally, the platform will be extended in around March of 2010 (the end of fiscal year 2009) to accommodate trains of up to seven cars.
  861. Additionally, the position of Tsukiza of bells in the Nara period and early Heian period were high and placed close to the center of the bell body, whereas bells after the late Heian period tend to have a lower Tsukiza position.
  862. Additionally, the prefectural road (Midosuji) running in an east-west direction to the south of this building was donated to the prefecture by the Imanishi family which was inaugurated to mark the occasion of the royal visit by Emperor Meiji.
  863. Additionally, the present Kintetsu-Tanbabashi Station, which was also called "Tanbabashi Station" until then, was renamed as "Kinki Nippon Tanbabashi Station."
  864. Additionally, the property of the criminal was seized, and neither burial nor funeral was allowed for the executed criminal.
  865. Additionally, the provincial system governed by the shugo daimyo is called the shugo-ryogoku system.
  866. Additionally, the rank was granted to the birth mother of the shogun.
  867. Additionally, the result of the Sino-Japanese War also had an economic impact with the war reparations serving as the source to implement the gold standard system and provided funds for building (and establishing) the Yahata Iron Factory.
  868. Additionally, the richly colored Zuiju (imaginary animals in ancient China), which is expressed with 4,400 gold leaves, has kept its vivid colors and gloss until today without repainting or any other repairs.
  869. Additionally, the rolling stock of the 'Ideyu' inbound train was connected with that of 'Tanba (inbound train) No. 2' while running on the Fukuchiyama Line.
  870. Additionally, the route for Uji-shako Depot (the first bus stop from this station) is available.
  871. Additionally, the same color combinations were sometimes called differently depending on the season.
  872. Additionally, the scene in the film in which the leading actors Eiji OKADA and Yoshiko KUGA kissed through a glass window attracted wide attention at the time and became one of the most famous scenes in the history of Japanese cinema.
  873. Additionally, the second son of Muneaki returned to the Miura name; he originated the Mimasaka Miura clan, which then flourished as a warring lord.
  874. Additionally, the shugo were granted the right to collect the tansen, a tax imposed in proportion to the area by the Imperial Court or the shogunate for the contingent project (for example, building the palace) and to collect the munebetsu-sen, a tax imposed on each house.
  875. Additionally, the singing of the kazura (vines) song is not performed in the torimono.
  876. Additionally, the station structure had caused various problems due to its age.
  877. Additionally, the station's operation is consigned to JR West Kotsu Service, and the station is unmanned early in the morning and late at night.
  878. Additionally, the station's operation is consigned to JR West Kotsu Service.
  879. Additionally, the style and manner of using words such as postpositional particles, auxiliary verbs, etc., are being studied and analyzed using statistical methods.
  880. Additionally, the style of keyhole-shaped tumuli went through some changes.
  881. Additionally, the style of the Seiryoji-type Shakanyorai, which was modeled on Zuizo of Seiryo-ji Temple in Kyoto, is also widespread.
  882. Additionally, the surrender of Edo-jo Castle was a historically symbolic incident during the continuous lines of the Boshin Civil War; the Tokugawa family completely surrendered to the New Meiji government which would assert the political control into the new age.
  883. Additionally, the tayu have to be familiar with Japanese musical instrument, songs, calligraphy, incense burning, flower arrangement, Japanese poems and Imperial court-style games.
  884. Additionally, the temple became a Shimogyo town society meeting place for the people of Shimogyo as well as a rendezvous point for troops heading out to fight in the various conflicts that afflicted Kyoto such as the peasant uprising and Tenbun Hokke War.
  885. Additionally, the term "yatsugashira" literally means "eight heads," and eight is a lucky number in Japan.
  886. Additionally, the term 'hoto' is used by professionals in reference to cylinder-shaped pagodas topped by squared roofs.
  887. Additionally, the terms Shinpan(relatives of the Tokugawa family), Fudai (Hereditary), and Tozama (Non-hereditary) are the classifications of feudal lords in effect at the Meiji Restoration, and the information on Kokudaka is based on the survey conducted by the Edo bakufu in 1863.
  888. Additionally, the theory advocated at one time after the war that senmin in the medieval period has its roots in zakko is far from true, and it is presumed that zakko system was effectively abolished in 744 and had become nominal ever since.
  889. Additionally, the theory that the statue was crafted in Japan comes from the fact that red pine also grows wild in Japan.
  890. Additionally, the train sometimes handles passengers up to Fukuchiyama (on Tango Explorer nos. 2 and 3, with additional cars connected without passengers simply in order to move these cars to another location).
  891. Additionally, the type of yeast used and the brewing process vary among sake brewers which produce sake of low alcohol concentration.
  892. Additionally, the underground passage connects Oteguchi and Higashiguchi.
  893. Additionally, the ura (back) of shuriken is for combat, while the omote (front) is used for daken (methods for toteki at the opponent).
  894. Additionally, the world one goes to when he or she dies is the world of Buddha, so to be born in that world is to become a Buddha.
  895. Additionally, the yamaoroshi-haishi-moto has the advantage of being able to keep the effect of the moto intact even the karashi, the period from the completion of the moto development to its use in the brewing process, is prolonged.
  896. Additionally, the yamaoroshi-haishi-moto is difficult to use since the utase (a part of the brewing process) can not be performed without maintaining the environmental temperature below 5 degrees Celsius.
  897. Additionally, there also geographical areas with the name Yakushi-do.
  898. Additionally, there are (and have been) many cases where kodanshi, being members of an association of rakugoka (rakugo storytellers), regularly appear in rakugo (comic storytelling) performances.
  899. Additionally, there are 117 clans that do not belong to any category.
  900. Additionally, there are Nobori-ishigaki stone walls and a Matsuyama-jo Gondola for visitors to the castle.
  901. Additionally, there are geigi (so called onsen geisha) in the hot springs areas and independent geigi who work through agencies but, we will discuss here only the orthodox type of geigi who come to work at traditional Japanese restaurants and machiai jaya.
  902. Additionally, there are journal-style books such as "Tohoku nikki," "Futana nikki," "Jinshin nikki," and "Nichigetsu nikki."
  903. Additionally, there are many excellent architectures and shohekiga since the early-modern times.
  904. Additionally, there are many farm shops, with agriculture and tourism being united more and more.
  905. Additionally, there are many kinds such as the Paulownia style, Boston ivy style and so on.
  906. Additionally, there are many prominent figures associated with Kameoka: MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune and NASU no Yoichi who passed through the area to engage in the Battle of Ichinotani in Fukuhara, Settsu Province, as well as Mongaku, Ippen, Rennyo, Mitsuhide AKECHI, Hideaki KOBAYAKAWA, and Ryoi SUMINOKURA.
  907. Additionally, there are many storage tracks in the station yard.
  908. Additionally, there are no historical materials mentioning "Yodo-dono" in her life time but "Yodo-sama", therefore "Yodo-sama" might be the correct name in that period.
  909. Additionally, there are numerous stand-up-eating soba/udon noodle shops where customers eat at the counter standing or sitting down on inexpensive folding chairs.
  910. Additionally, there are occupational organizations such as faculty federations and businessmen's federations, as well as school organizations.
  911. Additionally, there are other theories such as one originating from Saiho-ji Temple, Toshima Ward, Tokyo, and one that originates from folk beliefs.
  912. Additionally, there are over 2000 shrines that incorporate the 'okami' of the enshrined deity's name into the shrine name (Takaokami-jinja Shrine, Okami-jinja Shrine, Kuraokami-jinja Shrine, etc.).
  913. Additionally, there are some local trains that start from Yasu Station or Kusatsu Station, and also those that go to Kusatsu Station during the morning rush hour on weekdays.
  914. Additionally, there are some processed gluten cake products such as 'Mian Jin Sai Rou' which is gluten cakes with stuffing made of ground pork and other ingredients.
  915. Additionally, there are the one done in Horyu-ji Temple Saien-do and the one in Hasedera Temple.
  916. Additionally, there are the statues called the 36 youths or the 48 messengers.
  917. Additionally, there are two types of characters' names in "The Tale of Genji": one is the name that appears in the tale, and the other is the name that doesn't appear in the work itself but has been generated in the process of accepting the work.
  918. Additionally, there are types of cherry trees referred to as being of the 'Sakuraedohigan group.'
  919. Additionally, there exists a figure of Aizen Myoo that draws a bow toward Heaven (such as 'the statue of Aizen Myoo with celestial bow' at Mt. Koya) and pictures on which different features are drawn, such as two heads.
  920. Additionally, there is Kenzo Ninken-jinja Shrine which enshrines Emperors Kenzo and Ninken as deities in Kizu, Oshibedani-cho Town, Nishi Ward, Kobe City.
  921. Additionally, there is Nissan Technical School Kyoto in the neighboring town of Kumiyama-cho, with many more facilities related to Nissan in the area.
  922. Additionally, there is Tanaka Ozuka Kofun (Enpun [a circular type tumuli]; the diameter is fifty-eight meters long; and the familiar name is Ushizuka) which is believed to be a tomb of Hikoushio, located in Adogawa-Cho, Takashima City, Shiga Prefecture.
  923. Additionally, there is a bridge designed to be submerged during floods, like the Bito-bashi Bridge, Sogo-bashi Bridge, etc., as well as various relics which remain in the facilities of Fukuchiyama City, which tell the history of those citizens who lived with the floods.
  924. Additionally, there is a case that these were combined and changed over a period of history so that it is said to be difficult to reach general ideas from any one originating point.
  925. Additionally, there is a concept called 'sanjo takai' (in addition to this, there are kaijo takai, chichu takai, etc), which means that the spirits of the dead (ancestral spirit) return to the mountain.
  926. Additionally, there is a controversy regarding the burden of labor, in which one theory indicates that the burden was always mandatory and the other claims that it was a provisional tax that wasn't uniformly imposed.
  927. Additionally, there is a famous allegorical story called Dokku no En in the Nehan-gyo Sutra (the Sutra of the Great Nirvana).
  928. Additionally, there is a poetry exchanged between man and woman with an unknown person called Kume no Zenji, described from the era of Emperor Tenchi, which means they were written before the relationships with Prince Otsu and Prince Kusakabe.
  929. Additionally, there is a theory that since the original title of the Sanskrit text does not include the word "sutra," an invocation text made for litany (soji, 総持) came to be considered as a sutra in China.
  930. Additionally, there is a theory that states that there were noodles called 'kirimugi' that were made by kneading wheat flour and water, cut into strips, then boiled and eaten, and a distinction was made between those eaten warm as 'udon' and those eaten chilled as 'hiyamugi.'
  931. Additionally, there is a theory that the area of Iran, the original place of Zoroastrianism and the area of ancient Babylonia, which were fertile and flourished, served as the basis for the Western Land of Bliss.
  932. Additionally, there is a theory that the custom of common people keeping dogs started with the introduction of this law.
  933. Additionally, there is a theory that they cannot even go to 'Hell' but must repeat reincarnation at the same level.
  934. Additionally, there is a theory that this sutra suggested the social situation faced by the religious organizations that edited this sutra.
  935. Additionally, there is a theory which identifies him with San or Chin of the 'five kings of Wa' described in "Sosho" (Book of the Sung dynasty) Wakokuden but this is not definite.
  936. Additionally, there is a translation entitled "The Tale of Genji, Vols. 1 and 2" by LIN wen yue in Taiwan (Zhong wai wen xue yue kan she, 1982).
  937. Additionally, there is also discussion on the need of state officials to seriously study Ju-kyo.
  938. Additionally, there is an anecdote that Yamato Takeru was transformed into a white bird at Mt. Ibuki in the "Muchimaro den" (The Life of Muchimaro), and another one that says he changed into one in Omi in the chapter about the sword in the "Heike Monogatari" ("The Tale of the Heike").
  939. Additionally, there is an existing castle tower (of Uwajima-jo Castle) where a part of the building housing the castle tower was destroyed by fire and rebuilt.
  940. Additionally, there is an existing record that, on July 20, 1670, sobakiri was served to a feudal lord who stayed at the army headquarters in Motoyama-juku Station.
  941. Additionally, there is an opinion that it is because the place of unobstructed cultivation in Shugen-do was in a severe, trackless mountain area.
  942. Additionally, there is an opinion that karinto originated from a non-perishable food for soldiers during the Sengoku period (period of warring states).
  943. Additionally, there is another method using model paper instead of a printing block.
  944. Additionally, there is dessert made from sweet bean paste of black sesame seeds or coconut milk in these countries, but the relationship between those food items and Japanese shiruko is unknown.
  945. Additionally, there is only one example of Western-style architecture, namely the Oura church in Nagasaki, that has been designated a national treasure.
  946. Additionally, there is soba made from locally produced buckwheat flour with yam grown in Kameoka as the binding agent.
  947. Additionally, there is the possibility that radioactive materials abandoned by some countries including Russia have polluted deep waters whereby there is a concern about contamination of crabs and deep-sea fish.
  948. Additionally, there is the theory that Dainichinyorai originates from Virocana, the king of the Asura family in Indian mythology.
  949. Additionally, there used to be the exclusive tracks extending to Camp Katsura of the Ground Self-Defense Force and the Kyoto Works of the Kirin Brewery Company (which closed in 1999).
  950. Additionally, there was O To (Bun Chu-shi), a scholar without any power.
  951. Additionally, there was So-Shin (So-shi) who was known for practicing filial piety and was the author of "The Book of Filial Piety," and his disciple, Shishi, was the grandchild of Koshi and the author of "Chuyo" (Doctrine of the Mean).
  952. Additionally, there was a civil punishment where they threw the believer into a waterfall and poked him with bamboo, whereby the person would be held underwater until he drowned.
  953. Additionally, there was a written article on "A child of Prince Hikoimasu (Hikoimasu no Miko), Hikotatsuhiko (彦多都彦命)" in the articles of 'Inaba no kunimiyatsuko,' which were written in the document: Sendai Kujihongi (Ancient Japanese History), and in a section of the Kokuzo hongi (the original record of provincial governors).
  954. Additionally, there was ceaseless factional infighting for leadership within ikki.
  955. Additionally, there was his signature, 'Katsuzo INOUE' in a letter sent to a sake shop where he was under care.
  956. Additionally, there was shinbutsu shugo (syncretism of Shinto and Buddhism) performed before the Meiji period, and even Shinto shrines were treated as matsuji.
  957. Additionally, there were activities called Nukemairi (escape and worship) that involved traveling across the domain border to visit the Jodo Shinshu Sect's temple of the domain, where the religious practices were allowed and performed.
  958. Additionally, there were also many sengoku daimyo who were originally bakufu officers or ronin (masterless samurai), such as the Gohojo and Saito clans).
  959. Additionally, there were cases that merchants whose business were related to choji (clove oil, perfume, and herbal medicines) used the yago.
  960. Additionally, there were cases that residents of a village executed an election called 'Irefuda' (vote) to select a Nanushi or Shoya.
  961. Additionally, there were others documents which indicated Prince Okinaga no Mate to be the son of Okinaga no Sane no Miko who was a younger brother of Prince Ohodo.
  962. Additionally, there were rooms on the second floor that existed before the Genroku era proving that this was no ordinary house.
  963. Additionally, there were secret religions such as Kayakabe-kyo Religion that syncretized with Shintoism, but this generally refers to the Hongan religious group and those who protected the main teachings of the Jodo Shinshu Sect.
  964. Additionally, there were some designated important cultural properties that were originally classified as paintings or calligraphies and books but were moved to the historical resources classification.
  965. Additionally, there's a theory that it's the origin of the phrase 'kakegaenonai (irreplaceable),' but that isn't certain.
  966. Additionally, thereafter, the group of broadly defined onmyoji was sometimes referred as 'Onmyodo.'
  967. Additionally, they claimed that 'Qi' which constitutes the real world was more dominant and even accepted human desire.
  968. Additionally, they criticized the interpretation learning of old words of Han and Tang, which was an interpretation learning focusing solely on meaning of words, and a learning focusing on the moral spirit implied was put forth.
  969. Additionally, they do not call them their creative cuisine, but traditional and formal Japanese cooking methods, and thus it is problematic that wrong Japanese culture is spread among foreigners who are not familiar with Japanese foods.
  970. Additionally, they had similar tastes, for example Mitsukuni compiled "Dainihonshi" (Great History of Japan) and Tsunayoshi gave lectures on the "I Ching."
  971. Additionally, they used the textbooks of sando (study of mathematics) such as "Kyushosanjutsu" (the oldest mathematics book in China) and "Rokusho."
  972. Additionally, they were also called 'Ura-mon,' 'Betsu-mon (別紋),' 'Fuku-mon,' or 'Hikae-mon (控紋).'
  973. Additionally, they were banned from propagating their teachings to the believers of other sects and from constructing new temples, so it became difficult for them to extend their influence.
  974. Additionally, they were made not naked but dressed.
  975. Additionally, they're made in the form of 'sho-tiku-bai' (pine, bamboo and plum) as auspicious objects.
  976. Additionally, they're used as an independent foodstuff for other foods, such as tempura, su-no-mono, miso soup, etc.
  977. Additionally, things such as the following have come to light:
  978. Additionally, this is the only castle among the 12 Existing Castle Towers in which screen-sliders and furniture remain in existence.
  979. Additionally, this rank was not granted after World War II, including posthumous ranks as well.
  980. Additionally, this style of makeup is often used when Kabuki Buyo is performed as a suodori (dancing without a costume or hairpiece) or as a hansu (semi-suodori) when natural hair is arranged without a wig.
  981. Additionally, this war was a conflict between the ties amongst clan, family, and regional community, and the ties between lords and vassals, and all of the warriors who fought for their lives can not simply be classified into specific clans such as Minamoto or Taira.
  982. Additionally, though a zenza works constantly, the number of futatsume's working at the koza (stage) is very limited at least at the joseki (rakugo theaters that open every day).
  983. Additionally, three-line poems in non-Japanese languages, such as English, are also called 'Haiku.'
  984. Additionally, to break away from the fetters of powerful Western countries, the new government forged ahead to increase the wealth of the country and build up the military might that was recognized as an important political agenda of the time.
  985. Additionally, to hold down fuel consumption it set the hours during which no bus was operated, reduced the bus routes and introduced the operation of express buses.
  986. Additionally, to resist low temperatures, the orca ornaments and roofs are finished with copper tiles (made of copper-laminated wooden molds).
  987. Additionally, to warn and to conciliate Kido who resigned from the post of councilor, Itagaki who was leading Jiyu Minken Undo (the Movement for Liberty and People's Right) and their sympathizers, Okubo held the Osaka Conference to proclaim the imperial edict on the constitutional system of government.
  988. Additionally, today's Kozan-ji Temple also contains a main hall that was relocated from Ninna-ji Temple and a Kaizan-do which houses a wooden statue of Myoe (Important Cultural Property), but both are modern reconstructions.
  989. Additionally, two Blue Ribbon City one-step and an ERGA LV were introduced.
  990. Additionally, under pressure from some European countries and America, the Emperor agreed to the Treaty of Amity and Commerce in 1865, which made it impossible for 'Sonno' and 'Joi' to be joined together.
  991. Additionally, until Nishinippon Shatai Kogyo Co., Ltd., became a maker designated by Nissan Diesel Motor Co., Ltd., the City bus was the easternmost business operator that still purchased bus bodies from the company.
  992. Additionally, various kinako blends including the kinako/sesame seed blend and kinako/matcha green powder tea blend are available.
  993. Additionally, villages and towns sometimes used the word 'buyaku' in reference to ninsokuyaku (cleanup, construction, guard and porter) that they imposed on residents in order to maintain their own communal functions.
  994. Additionally, water shields were removed to clear the way for lure fishermen and at one point became fairly rare.
  995. Additionally, when a Daijo-Tenno (the abdicated Emperor) had an empress after he abdicated, the empress was given the name of chugu.
  996. Additionally, when a kugyo ranking Sanmi or higher died, the term kokyo was used, as was the case with the imperial family, to describe their death.
  997. Additionally, when a play on the same program is performed in various places on a tour, the play that is performed at the site visited last is sometimes called osenshuraku or oraku in particular.
  998. Additionally, when the incident was reported to the Imperial Court, Emperor Higashiyama was very glad; this was recorded in the diary of Chancellor Motohiro KONOE.
  999. Additionally, when the same color combination was used, depending on which side those 2 colors were used, i.e. outer or lining, it was regarded as 2 different color combinations being identified by different names.
  1000. Additionally, when the way of worship is rough, the family will be cursed to death.

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