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  1. He is also worshipped as the god of marriage so is popular with fortune tellers in novels and comics and draws many young couples and women.
  2. He is also worshipped in Buddhism as Shaka Nyorai (the Buddha, Shakyamuni) and Kannon Bosatsu (Kannon Buddhisattva).
  3. He is always forestalled by Genji in romance, promotion, etc.
  4. He is always mentioned in the lists of shogunate protection cadres and of close associates.
  5. He is an American Los Angeles County Superior Court judge.
  6. He is an Important Intangible Cultural Property (Living National Treasure).
  7. He is an adopted son-in-law of Sensaku SHIGEYAMA, the third.
  8. He is an ancestor of the Iwakura family, which was a branch family of the Koga family of Murakami-Genji (Minamoto clan).
  9. He is an ancestor of the Kadononowake and Chikatsuomi Kanunowake clans.
  10. He is an easygoing man.'
  11. He is an elder brother of the Emperor Suzaku and the Emperor Murakami who are brothers-uterine.
  12. He is an emeritus professor in the National Institute of Polar Research.
  13. He is an even better scholar than OE no Mochitoki, OE no Masahira, SUGAWARA no Fumitoki, and TACHIBANA no Naomoto.
  14. He is an ex-officer of the riot police called 'S.K.A.T.'
  15. He is an expert at Noh (traditional masked dance-drama).
  16. He is an honorary citizen of Tokyo.
  17. He is an honorary member of the Zoological Society of London.
  18. He is an important character in the second part of "The Tale of Genji."
  19. He is an impulsive doer who puts action before thinking.
  20. He is an influential figure as an actor of female roles in today's Kabuki world.
  21. He is an instructor at Tokyo University of the Arts, Obirin University, and Seinenza Theater Company.
  22. He is an internationally renowned ukiyo-e artist alongside Hokusai KATSUSHIKA.
  23. He is an old man who serves Oyamato-jinja Shrine, and he instantly looks through the true form of Manago and Maroya, and then two people plunge into the falls and vanish with water flowing out.
  24. He is an only Kabuki actor appointed as a board member of Traditional Culture Broadcasting that manages 'Kabuki Channel' of CS broadcasting.
  25. He is an uncontrollable villain in the first half, but he turns out to be a good man who dies for the lord along with his family.
  26. He is another wandering poet, representative of renga poetry like Saigyo for waka and Basho MATSUO for haiku.
  27. He is apparently from somewhere around the area.
  28. He is assumed to be the founder of the Sanponji-Uesugi family, one of the branches of the Uesugi family that held the office of the military governorship of Echigo Province.
  29. He is assumed to have been considerably fond of collecting swords.
  30. He is at this time second to none in playing a villain.'
  31. He is attracted by powers of Karakuri-Doji robots and obtains Vice's right hand which has been cut off by Ultimo.
  32. He is basically a gentle person, but when he tells silly and pointless jokes with a serious face, it indicates an aspect of his character that he is not just out-and-out serious.
  33. He is believed to be a descendant of Atakatasumikoto.
  34. He is believed to be a grandchild or great-grandchild of MUNAKATA no Tokuzen.
  35. He is believed to be a guardian of this country, but at the same time, to have the power to curse people.
  36. He is believed to be a son of FUJIWARA no Munenaga from the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan (there are various theories).
  37. He is believed to be the same person as Saburo in 'Legend of Saburo ASAHINA' told in Yamato-cho, Kurokawa County, Miyagi Prefecture.
  38. He is believed to have authored "Masukagami" (The Clear Mirror), but this is supported by only a small number of people.
  39. He is believed to have become acquainted with Rikyu around this time and joined his tea ceremony group as one of his disciples; among whom he later came to be known as one of Rikyu Shichitetsu (Rikyu's seven closest disciples).
  40. He is believed to have been a descendant of TAIRA no Sadamori of the Kanmu-Heishi (TAIRA clan) line.
  41. He is believed to have been a gentle person.
  42. He is believed to have been a left-hander in his childhood.
  43. He is believed to have been a selector for "Kokin Waka Rokujo (six volumes of Japanese poetry written in the middle of the Heian period)".
  44. He is believed to have been adopted by his uncle.
  45. He is believed to have been attacked while he was disguised as a woman to flee from his enemies.
  46. He is believed to have been born in either Echizen Province, Suo Province or Nagato Province.
  47. He is believed to have been born in the Nishitonami district, Etchu Province, but some say that he may have been born in Settsu Province.
  48. He is believed to have been called 'Kyonokimi' in relation with his father-in-law, Naganari ICHIJO, to whom his mother remarried, and it seems that he served Ene through his father-in-law's connections.
  49. He is believed to have been someone who was deeply trusted by Nagayoshi MIYOSHI.
  50. He is believed to have been the eldest son of Mitsuhide AKECHI.
  51. He is believed to have been the first advocate of 'Fuju-fuse-gi' (nothing could be received or given).
  52. He is believed to have been the founder of Katsuo-ji Temple in Settsu Province.
  53. He is believed to have been the oldest son of Hisanaga ODA.
  54. He is believed to have been the second son of FUJIWARA no Kanemichi, the then Daijo Daijin (Chancellor of State), although he might have been the third or fourth son.
  55. He is believed to have called himself Kibitsuhiko as he had suppressed Kibi Province, but there was no such name written in the Kojiki.
  56. He is believed to have died in Satsuma Province and it is reported in "Sangoku Meishozue" (Geography of Southern Kyushu, compiled during the late-Edo period) that there was a burial mound known as 'Hechikan Ishi' (literally, Hechikan's stone) in Nishida-mura, Kagoshima gun.
  57. He is believed to have had love affairs with women waka poets such as Daini no Sanmi and Koshikibu no Naishi.
  58. He is believed to have hired a large number of craftsmen and pottery workers to have them create works of art, having been the founder of the Oribe-style earthenware and the Oribe school (however, there are few remaining documents that show his relationship with Oribe yaki).
  59. He is believed to have made Takeuchi-monjo (an ancient text which recorded the lineage of ancient kami and a dynasty preceding Emperor Jinmu) under the order of Ohatuse no wakasagi no mikoto.
  60. He is believed to have opened Mt. Hakusan in Kaga Province (then Echizen Province).
  61. He is believed to have played a leading role in the revival of the current Konparu Noh School.
  62. He is believed to have saved the Yoshida-Urabe clan from decline and laid the foundation for its prosperity.
  63. He is believed to have served Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI as an otogishu (adviser).
  64. He is believed to have served as a military commissioner in the Jokyu war, then became a member of the Council of State which was established in 1225 and became a commissioner of the grant of honors/distribution of rewards and Jibugyo (a city magistrate of Kyoto).
  65. He is believed to have taken over as the head of the Kawachi-Genji after his foster father, MINAMOTO no Yoshitada (who was actually his uncle and the fourth son of MINAMOTO no Yoshiie), was assassinated.
  66. He is believed to live in the deepest recesses of emptiness.
  67. He is better known by his posthumous Buddhist name Shinzei.
  68. He is broadly involved in art planning and editing, including contemporary art producing.
  69. He is brought up in her mother's residence for a while after her death, but later he is taken to Rokujoin and brought up by Hanachirusato.
  70. He is buried at Jusenin Temple in Kameyama City where he committed suicide.
  71. He is buried at Shinnyo-do Temple in Kyoto.
  72. He is buried at Tofuku-ji Temple in the Higashiyama District of Kyoto City.
  73. He is buried at the Somei Reien in Toshima Ward, Tokyo.
  74. He is buried in Baishoin (Jonantera machi, Tennoji Ward, Osaka City).
  75. He is buried in Mishima no aino no Misasagi (Imperial mausoleum).
  76. He is buried in Shimonoseki City, Yamaguchi Prefecture, where Kinuyo was from and her grave is.
  77. He is buried in the Ikegami Honmon-ji Temple.
  78. He is buried in the Tenju-an sub-temple of Nanzen-ji Temple.
  79. He is called 'Kaoru' because he gives off natural sweet scent from his body, while Nioumiya suffuses his clothes with the fragrance of fine incense which will be called 'Niou Miya.'
  80. He is called 'The Last Swordsman.'
  81. He is called 'one of the four greatest scholars of Japanese classical culture in the Tenpo era' with Atsutane HIRATA, Moribe TACHIBANA and Tomokiyo OYAMADA.
  82. He is called Amida-hijiri, Ichi-no-hijiri and Ichi-no-shonin, and is recognized as the founder of pure-land teachings (Jodo-kyo) among the people.
  83. He is called Chuko no So (the instigator of a restoration) because he rebuilt the failing economy of the bakufu through his financial reforms, and he is said to be one of the representative wise rulers of the Edo period.
  84. He is called Haitei (Dethroned Emperor) or Awaji Haitei (Deposed Emperor of Awaji) in ancient documents.
  85. He is called Higekuro due to his thick beard and dark face ("hige" meaning beard and "kuro" meaning dark).
  86. He is called Seishi (聖師) in Omoto.
  87. He is called Vajrapani in India, and expressed in the form of a half-naked body.
  88. He is called Yadaijin (Minister with arrows) after his arrows, and Zuijin-mon gate is sometimes called Yadaijin-mon gate.
  89. He is called Yogo Shogun since he is said to have become Shogun later.
  90. He is called an apprentice of the founder of the Ichikata school, and Chuko no So (father of restoration) of the Ichikata school.
  91. He is called one of "the three contributors to the Meiji Restoration" along with Takamori SAIGO and Takayoshi KIDO.
  92. He is cheerful and clever, having been known for his beautiful voice since he was a child.
  93. He is commonly called "doshi san" (officiating monk).
  94. He is commonly called 'Niso Shonin' (lit. Second Founder) in relation to the sect founder Ippen, and his statue stands alongside that of Ippen at many Ji Sect temples.
  95. He is commonly known as Jiju Sojo and Kakutoin Gon no Sojo.
  96. He is commonly known as Koyasu Jizo (Child-given Jizo).
  97. He is commonly known as Taro TAGAWA.
  98. He is completely fed up with Yohei who is self-centered and mindlessly spending the shop's income.
  99. He is connected with Soke by marriage.
  100. He is considered a son of busho, Iehiro SHO, who was thought to have built his own mansion in Kurisaki Village, Oyose-go, Kodama-gun, Musashi Province, and Ienaga's heroic stories can be seen in "Azuma Kagami" (The Mirror of the East) and Genpei Seisuiki (The Rise and Decline of the Minamoto and Taira clans).
  101. He is considered as an editor of the "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicle of Japan Continued) but only part of it was finished while he was alive so it is thought that he was in fact involved in only a small part.
  102. He is considered as one of the Four Great Retainers of MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune.
  103. He is considered as the founder of Nen-ryu school, one of the origins of swordplay schools.
  104. He is considered one of Four Great Retainers of MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune in "Genpei Seisui ki" (Rise and Fall of the Minamoto and the Taira clans).
  105. He is considered one of the Three Major Experts of Nagasaki along with Somon TETSUO and Gomon SANPO.
  106. He is considered one of the great writers of the post-First World War Period ranked alongside Soseki NATSUME.
  107. He is considered one of the pioneers of astronomy in Japan.
  108. He is considered the father of the restoration period of the Tosa Group.
  109. He is considered the founder of the Koga family.
  110. He is considered the founder of the Tsuchimikado family of the Murakami-Genji (Minamoto clan).
  111. He is considered the patriarch of the restored Sen family, and a memorial ceremony is held for him on November 19th each year.
  112. He is considered to be a Toraijin (people from overseas, especially from China and Korea, who settled in early Japan and introduced Continental culture to the Japanese) as the name is not common for the then Japanese.
  113. He is considered to be a descendant of the Katsuragi clan who had power around the fifth century, but the genealogical relationship is unknown.
  114. He is considered to be a government official who worked for KI no Marikita, Kokushi of Togoku (eastern province) at least from the early reign of Emperor Kotoku, or presumably Empress Kogyoku, the previous reign.
  115. He is considered to be one of the master hand sword smiths.
  116. He is considered to be the 'first generation of the Chaya family,' who went to the capital (Kyoto) from Mikawa Province, established his residence in Kyoto and began his business.
  117. He is considered to be the ancestor of what we call the court onmyoji, an authority of shikisen and tonko as well as excelling in magic, and often performed ceremonies for eliminating insect plagues and for rain making.
  118. He is considered to be the ancestor, worshipped as a god, of Ata no kimi of Hayato.
  119. He is considered to be the god of ship, transportation and traffic by his Shinmyo, but there are only a few shrines where Torinoiwakusufune no kami is enshrined.
  120. He is considered to be the last of the literati painters in Japan.
  121. He is considered to be the main ancestor of the Inbe clan (忌部氏) (later the Inbe clan (斎部氏)).
  122. He is considered to be the same god as the one enshrined to Ikukunitama-jinja Shrine.
  123. He is considered to have been from the Taki clan, one of the Koga-nijyuikke (the 21 clans of Koga).
  124. He is considered to have been one of powerful close associates of Masakado, based on the fact that he later issued, with Prince Okiyo, their original appointment order under Masakado, appointing himself as Assistant Governor of Hitachi Province.
  125. He is considered to have been the founder of the Nakanoin family.
  126. He is considered to have helped Ako roshi in the raid.
  127. He is considered to have inherited from his father, Shigenao Shokan shiki (officer entrusted with local management by the lord of the private estate [Honjo]) of Asuke-no-sho (manor), Kamo district, Mikawa Province, and constructed there Kibyu-jo Castle, where he lived in.
  128. He is considered to have served the direct descendant of Kawachi-Genji (Minamoto clan) as his forefathers had done and married a daughter of MINAMOTO no Tametomo (Chinzei Hachiro), the eighth son of MINAMOTO no Tameyoshi.
  129. He is counted among the medieval 36 Immortal Poets.
  130. He is counted among three major Japanese gods of war, together with Takemikazuchi and Futsunushi no kami.
  131. He is counted as one of 'Three Bizarre Characters of Kansei Era,' listed together with his contemporaries, Shihei HAYASHI in Sendai and Hikokuro TAKAYAMA in Joshu.
  132. He is counted as one of the Four Heavenly Kings of Heian waka (poems).
  133. He is counted as the three wise rulers in the middle of the Edo period along with Yozan UESUGI of Yonezawa Domain, Dewa Province and Harusada TOKUGAWA (Kirin [a mythical Chinese animal] of Kii) of the Kishu Domain, Kii Province.
  134. He is cousin to Emperor Akihito.
  135. He is current Kanzaburo NAKAMURA (the 18th).
  136. He is current Kikunojo SEGAWA.
  137. He is current Tokizo NAKAMURA.
  138. He is currently a director (as well as screenwriter depending on the production) for Seiichi MORIMURA's Terminal Station Series that is broadcast on Doyo Wide Gekijo (Saturday Wide Theater).
  139. He is currently a leading Noh actor in the Kansai region.
  140. He is currently active as an independent actor.
  141. He is currently called Dai Sosho or Dai Genshitsu.
  142. He is currently the chairman of Kyoto Buddhist Organization and an honorary chief priest of Shoren-in Monzeki Temple.
  143. He is depicted as a loyal retainer of Mitsuhide AKECHI in contemporary historical novels, and many people therefore assume that he actively supported the plot to attack Nobunaga ODA at Honno-ji Temple.
  144. He is depicted as an expert swordsman in the Chushingura.
  145. He is depicted in the Chushingura as a most active, expert swordsman.
  146. He is described as 'a small man' in "Gukansho," although such a description would be based on his father Tameyoshi's humble words, and there is no explicit article to describe his performance in battle.
  147. He is described as 'an eccentric painter,' together with his contemporaries like Shohaku SOGA and Jakuchu ITO (by Nobuo TSUJI).
  148. He is described as Ashikamino kamami wakenomiko in "Sendai Kujihongi" (Ancient Japanese History) and is the ancestor of Kamanokuchinokimi and so on.
  149. He is described as a "female oni, not a male one" in one version and as Shuten Doji's son or girlfriend in others.
  150. He is described as left-handed in some of the fiction written by novelists, etc., in later years, but in the pictures produced by Nobori NAKAJIMA he was shown holding a sword in the same position as a right-handed person.
  151. He is described as the wise ruler among the successive shoguns, as he came up with various measures to reform the bakufu, including discontinuing the unpopular law prohibiting cruelty to animals, and there are many voices that say it was such a loss that he died only three years after taking office.
  152. He is described in 'Iganokuni meisho no ki' (A record of noted places in Iga Province) as a younger brother-uterine of the Emperor Kobun, but the authenticity is uncertain.
  153. He is described in the book 'Mt. Tsurugidake Ten no Ki' written by Jiro ASADA, as a man who had hurried Shibazaki and Chojiro UJI (a mountain guide) due to folly of youthful passion, but learned necessity of modesty when facing hardship and came to recognize and respect the partners each other.
  154. He is described in various ways, for example as a god who cooperated in creation of the nation, an everlasting god, medicine, stone, or the spirit of the grain.
  155. He is designated as an Important Intangible Cultural Property (Living National Treasure).
  156. He is designated as the general holder of Important Intangible Cultural Property.
  157. He is different from the latter in that he has a job (often a shoemaker) and a wife (usually named 'Osaki' or 'Omatsu').
  158. He is doing his activities mainly in Nagoya.
  159. He is doing his activities mainly in the Kansai region.
  160. He is drenched.
  161. He is dressed in Kettekino-ho (open sleeve seams outer robe), putting on Kenei no kanmuri (headdress) with Oikake (accessories for the headdress), wearing a sword, holding bows and arrows.
  162. He is dressed up as above to represent a great evil because he attempts to rule the world with his superhuman power and authority.
  163. He is enshrined as 'Tosho-daigongen' in Tosho-gu Shrine in Nikko and in Tosho-gu Shrine on Mt. Kuno.
  164. He is enshrined as AZUMI no Muraji Hirafu no Mikoto in Hotaka-jinja Shrine in Azumino City, Nagano Prefecture.
  165. He is enshrined as Koratamatare no Kami in Kora Taisha Shrine in Kurume City.
  166. He is enshrined as a deity at Igami-jinja Shrine in Heguri-cho, Nara Prefecture and Ono-jinja Shrine in Shiga-cho, Shiga County, Shiga Prefecture.
  167. He is enshrined as a deity at Onimasumishiritsuhiko-jinja Shrine (Tawaramoto-cho, Shiki County, Nara Prefecture), a shrine commonly professed by the O clan.
  168. He is enshrined as a deity in Gamo-jinja Shrine (which was founded in 1926) in Utsunomiya City.
  169. He is enshrined as a deity in Tsutsumine-jinja Shrine (Kadoma City, Osaka Prefecture) together with SUGAWARA no Michizane.
  170. He is enshrined as a shusaijin (main enshrined deities) in Kikuchi-jinja Shrine (Kikuchi City, Kumamoto Prefecture), which is one of the 15 shrines that mainly honor the nobles and military commanders on the side of the Nancho during Kemmu Restoration.
  171. He is enshrined as shusaijin (main enshrined deities) in Kikuchi-jinja Shrine in Kikuchi City, Kumamoto Prefecture.
  172. He is enshrined at Abeno-jinja Shrine (Abeno Ward, Osaka City) and Ryozen-jinja Shrine (Date City, Fukushima Prefecture) along with Akiie KITABATAKE.
  173. He is enshrined at Futodamanomikoto-jinja Shrine (Kashihara City, Nara Prefecture), Oasahiko-jinja Shrine (Naruto City, Tokushima Prefecture), Awa-jinja Shrine (Tateyama City, Chiba Prefecture) and Ohara -jinja Shrine (Kimitsu City, Chiba Prefecture).
  174. He is enshrined at Washinomiya-jinja Shrine (Kitakatsushika-gun County, Saitama Prefecture)
  175. He is enshrined in Hinade-jinja Shrine located in Maibara City, Shiga Prefecture together with Sukunahikona no mikoto and the Emperor Ojin.
  176. He is enshrined in Kumenomiagata-jinja Shrine in present-day Kume-cho, Kashihara City, Nara Prefecture, which was the residence of Kume clan in Yamato area.
  177. He is enshrined in Toyokuni-jinja Shrine in Chuo Ward, Osaka City together with Hideyoshi and Hidenaga TOYOTOMI, his uncle.
  178. He is enshrined in such places as Kagoshima-jingu Shrine (Kirishima City, Kagoshima Prefecture) and Wakasahiko-jinja Kamisha Shrine (Obama City, Fukui Prefecture).
  179. He is enshrined in the Atago-jinja Shrine (Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City), the Takekoma-jinja Shrine (Iwanuma City, Miyagi Prefecture), the Asakakunitsuko-jinja Shrine (Koriyama City, Fukushima Prefecture), and the Makata-jinja Shrine (Daikata, Narita City, Chiba Prefecture).
  180. He is enshrined in the Izumo Taisha Shrine (Izumo City) as a guest deity; he is also enshrined in the Komagata-jinja Shrine (Oshu City, Iwate Prefecture), Kanemochi-jinja Shrine (Hino-cho, Hino-gun, Tottori Prefecture), etc.
  181. He is enshrined in the Sumo-jinja Shrine that is an auxiliary shrine of Anashinimasuhyozu-jinja Shrine (Sakurai City, Nara Prefecture), along with NOMI no Sukune.
  182. He is enshrined in the Tamanooya-jinja Shrine (Hofu City, Yamaguchi Prefecture), Ishitsukuri tamatsukuri-jinja Shrine (Ika-gun, Shiga Prefecture), etc.
  183. He is enshrined to Atsuta-jingu Shrine, Utsutsu-jinja Shrine, Hazu-jinja Shrine, Narumi-jinja Shrine, Owaribe-jinja Shrine, Yakumo-jinja Shrine and so on.
  184. He is enshrined to Onsen-jinja Shrine (also known as 'Shimen-gu Shrine,' in Obama-cho, Unzen City, Nagasaki Prefecture) and others.
  185. He is especially known for his exceptional Chinese poems.
  186. He is estimated to have been 156.6 cm tall, judging by the length of the bones of his extremities.
  187. He is evaluated as a notable gunji in "Shomon Ki" (tale of Masakado).
  188. He is evaluated as the foremost Japanese-style painter of the Showa era.
  189. He is expected to debut as a kokata of of Izumi Soke Co. in December 2008.
  190. He is extremely dissipated, and has fallen in to debt using his father-in-law's name.
  191. He is famous as a main character of "Kamo no Mizu" (Water of Kamo) by Ryotaro SHIBA.
  192. He is famous as a painter of suibokuga (ink-wash painting).
  193. He is famous as the compiler of Mitsugonin Confession (Mitsugoninhotsurosangemon) that is especially famous among Shingon sect scriptures and Gachirinkan (Moon Disc meditation) that describes the thought of emptiness.
  194. He is famous for 'Hyounenzu (the picture of a gourd and a catfish)', a national treasure housed in Taizoin.
  195. He is famous for being the director of the first domestic talking picture in Japan "Madamu to Nyobo (Madam and Wife)."
  196. He is famous for having been martyred during the Russian Revolution: first he was buried alive, and then he was shot to death.
  197. He is famous for having donated a genuine stone with crow patterns on its surface to Iwai-jinja Shrine (Omori, Ota Ward, Tokyo [Ota Ward]).
  198. He is famous for his masterpiece 'Kanjincho.'
  199. He is famous for his role as the hitman who throws a murderous bowler hat in "007 Goldfinger."
  200. He is famous for leaving a will to be buried under the name of 'Rintaro MORI, a person from Iwami (his birthplace),' so respecting this his grave has only a simple inscription of 'Grave of Rintaro MORI' on it, omitting all his honors and titles.
  201. He is famous for one of the compilers of "Ryo-no-gige" (Commentary on the Ritsuryo system).
  202. He is famous for the 'Tokkuri no wakare' (separation over a sake bottle) incident in Chushingura.
  203. He is famous for the elimination of Shuten Doji of Oeyama (Mt. Oe) and his appearance in kagura (sacred music and dancing performed at shrine) (Noh song) 'Tsuchigumo,' 'Komochi Yamanba' and 'Takiyasha Hime.'
  204. He is famous for the elimination of Shuten Doji of Oeyama (Mt. Oe).
  205. He is famous for the legends of his defeat of Shuten Doji, one of the most powerful oni (demons), at Mount Oe-yama and his slicing off the arm of the Rashomon Gate ogre on Ichijo-modori-bashi Bridge in Kyoto with the celebrated sword of the Genji, known as 'Higekiri.'
  206. He is forced to seclude himself in Suma, but later he returns to his home and is elevated to Jun Daijo tenno (quasi Retired Emperor), thus being called Rokujoin.
  207. He is frequently called the Japanese Carl von Linn?.
  208. He is from Hida Province and a carpenter holding goi (Fifth Court Rank), called Sugimitsu HIZEN.
  209. He is from Hitachi Province.
  210. He is from K?if?ng W?ish?.
  211. He is from Kyoto City.
  212. He is from Kyoto prefecture.
  213. He is from Saitama Prefecture.
  214. He is from Tokyo Prefecture.
  215. He is from Tokyo.
  216. He is from a family of Seiwa-Genji (Minamoto clan), and was born from Settsu-Genji (Minamoto clan) as the sixth son of MINAMOTO no Yorikuni.
  217. He is from a family of the Fukasu clan that was a local ruling family based in Shimousa Province.
  218. He is from a gagaku gakushi (musician) family, within the Koma clan, that has been continuing for generations.
  219. He is from a wealty farmer family
  220. He is from the Osaragi line of the Hojo clan.
  221. He is from the family line of the Uda-Genji (Minamoto clan).
  222. He is generally better known by this name.
  223. He is generally called Dogen Zenji.
  224. He is generally called Saburo or Bingo Saburo, and he is sometimes also called Bingo no kami (provincial governor of Bingo), which is actually not his official court rank but just a nickname.
  225. He is generally considered to have been the same person as Shibatukuri no Obito Tori, who made the Shakyamuni Triad that is the principal image in Horyu-ji Temple's kondo.
  226. He is generally known as Daito Kokushi.
  227. He is generally known as Nakano Oe no Oji (Naka no Oe no Miko).
  228. He is generally known as Umisachihiko.
  229. He is generally known as the originator of the Tsuchimikado Shinto (Shinto of Tsuchimikado school).
  230. He is generally said to have been a hard-liner against the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) (Shinichi SATO and so on).
  231. He is gentle and calm.
  232. He is going to hold Buddhist memorial service known as kangenko (pipes, strings, and preaching) to mourn for his mother, so please gather those who perform kangen (gagaku piece without dance).
  233. He is good at emotional act as in Yobanme-mono (the fourth category plays) and accurate dance as in Sanbanme-mono (the third).
  234. He is good at the following things.
  235. He is greater than the audience.
  236. He is highly regarded as a strategist and ambitious man throughout the series.
  237. He is identified with Waobu (the last king of ancient Japan) among the 'five kings of Wa,' described in the "Sungshu" (Book of the Sung dynasty) and the "Liangshu" (Book of the Liang dynasty).
  238. He is identified with the king of Wa (supposedly, Japan), King Sai, of the five kings of Wa, described in the Chinese history books, "So-jo" (which is known as "Sung-shu" in Chinese or the Book of Song [one of the Southern Dynasties of China]) and "Ryo-jo" (known as "Liang-shu" in Chinese or the Book of Liang).
  239. He is in a position to lead them.
  240. He is in one-sided love with his classmate, Makoto SAYAMA.
  241. He is in the lineage of the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan.
  242. He is injured and being unable to move, attempts to commit seppuku, and then Daigakunosuke appears.
  243. He is introduced as 'Kawachi hangan' (judge or magistrate) in some historical materials, but because his father MINAMOTO no Yoshitada was once called so, it is now accepted that they are confused.
  244. He is know as an achiever who established wabi-cha or Soan no cha (deliberate simple style of the tea ceremony) in which he reduced any kind of decoration as much as possible, creating an atmosphere of tension.
  245. He is known as 'Kazuma ODA of self-portrait lithograph.'
  246. He is known as Inshi (a messenger from the retired Emperor) being in Edo-jo Castle when Takuminokami ASANO drew his sword against Kozukenosuke KIRA.
  247. He is known as Japan's father of telecommunication.
  248. He is known as King Shocho.
  249. He is known as MINAMOTO no Yoritomo's yuhitsu (amanuensis, secretary).
  250. He is known as Ochi FUKUCHI.
  251. He is known as SUGAWARA no Michizane's mentor and his daughter, SHIMADA no Nobukiko, became Michizane's legal wife.
  252. He is known as a character in stories.
  253. He is known as a distinguished waka poet, but there are no records of him as a famed calligrapher.
  254. He is known as a father of the Empress Jingu.
  255. He is known as a figure that built the foundation of the prosperity of Kanze-za in the Edo period.
  256. He is known as a god of war, as written in the "Ryojin hisho" (folk song collection) of 'Kashima-jingu Shrine, Katori-jingu Shrine and Suwa no miya Shrine (Suwa-Taisha Shrine) and moreover, he is also considered to be an agricultural god and a hunting god.
  257. He is known as a herculean warrior-priest who served Yoshitsune in the Kodan storytelling.
  258. He is known as a man of culture representing the Higashiyama Culture.
  259. He is known as a man of military prowess, recorded in the "Genpei Seisui ki (Rise and Fall of the Minamoto and the Heike clans)": in the Battle of Uji-gawa River (in 1184), he followed the vanguard (Nobutsuna SASAKI and Kagesue KAJIWARA) to cross the river, which is known for 'contention for the vanguard at Yodo-gawa River.'
  260. He is known as a person who edited and published "Rakan Inpu" that is famous in Japanese tenkoku world.
  261. He is known as a priest who revived the precepts of Buddhism and restored the Nara Saidai-ji Temple (Nara City).
  262. He is known as a writer, having written many collections of literary jottings.
  263. He is known as an artist of literati painting in the end period in Japan.
  264. He is known as an author of "Gokyoshumyo" (the foremost classic of Go problem), "Gokyoseimyo" and "Rankadokiwa", which includes historical anecdote and Zuihitsu Essay.
  265. He is known as one of the founders of string theory.
  266. He is known as one of the imperial messengers of whom Takuminokami ASANO was in charge of entertaining in 1701 (Another imperial messenger was Sukekado YANAGIWARA).
  267. He is known as one of the intellects of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI and Ieyasu TOKUGAWA's governments, playing an important role in drafting Shohatto laws and diplomatic documents, planning education promotion and temple administration, and conducting Buddhist rites such as Buddhist memorial services.
  268. He is known as one of the leading shite-kata (actor playing shite) of today and has received a number of awards.
  269. He is known as someone who pursued and added depth to the style unique to Japanese-style painting, and he is said to be the one who rendered distinguished service by establishing the style of Yamato-e painting (a traditional Japanese style painting of the late Heian and Kamakura periods dealing with Japanese themes) that no longer had the influence of kara-e painting (Chinese-style painting).
  270. He is known as the assassin of Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA, the 13th shogun, as well as the mastermind of the destruction by fire of the Great Buddha Hall of Todai-ji Temple.
  271. He is known as the author of "Dai Nihon Yashi" (Unofficial History of Japan).
  272. He is known as the author of Japan's first collection of Buddhist parables known as "Nihon Ryoiki" (more properly, "Nihonkoku genho zenaku ryoiki," a set of three books of Buddhist stories which were written in the late 8th and early 9th century).
  273. He is known as the best disciple of Ichiro,
  274. He is known as the compiler of "Mikawashi" (materials on the Mikawa) and "Kamo no Sawadachi" (the Kamo riot).
  275. He is known as the composer of Japan's national anthem 'Kimigayo.'
  276. He is known as the designer of the former main hall of the Kyoto Prefectural Office Building, which is known an excellent building in the neo-Renaissance style and that of the sacred building of Kyoto Orthodox Church.
  277. He is known as the first Japanese who used Louis VUITTON products regularly.
  278. He is known as the first seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") of the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  279. He is known as the founder of the eclectic school ('Secchugaku-ha' in Japanese) of Japanese Confucianism, who denied conflicts among various schools and severely criticized Sorai OGYU's Kobunjigaku (the study of archaic words and phrases).
  280. He is known as the man who created the Road Act after the end of the war.
  281. He is known as the one whose large-scale renovation of Himejijo Castle brought it to its current form.
  282. He is known as the person who proposed the color of the Seto-ohashi Bridge.
  283. He is known by his heroic act during the Battle of Anegawa.
  284. He is known by putting effort to prevail Suika Shinto (Shinto thoughts advocated by Ansai YAMAZAKI).
  285. He is known by the name of 'Genkotsu Osho."
  286. He is known by the name of Munenori, but it seems that Yoshikatsu was the correct name.
  287. He is known for constructing the building plans for Shin Sekai (New World), which became a well known landmark in Osaka in the early Taisho era, as well as designing the Tsutenkaku Tower (the first one, different from the present one).
  288. He is known for drafting the imperial order for the Restoration of Imperial Rule as a tactician of Tomomi IWAKURA.
  289. He is known for engraving gyoji (imperial seal) and seal of the state under the order of the Meiji Government.
  290. He is known for having denounced and criticized Shibasaburo KITAZATO and Hideyo NOGUCHI.
  291. He is known for having performed autopsies on celebrities such as Marilyn MONROE and Robert KENNEDY.
  292. He is known for having refined the work titled 'Tsuri kitsune' (Fox Trapping) by performing it for 26 times.
  293. He is known for having the spirit of a true workman, who filmed movies focusing on the intentions of scriptwriters instead of his own creativity, but always tried to express Busshin in his movies.
  294. He is known for his active copying densho (books on esoterica), utai-bon (singing texts) and kata tsuke (choreography) in odor to restore the influence of his school of Noh which had a little declined after the death of his last predecessor Nagatoshi.
  295. He is known for his characteristic Bijinga (a portrait of a beautiful woman) which has an oval face with a bull neck.
  296. He is known for his diary "Sankaiki."
  297. He is known for his elocution on the stage and dancing.
  298. He is known for his involvement in Japan's diplomatic negotiations with Korea in the early Meiji period.
  299. He is known for his poetry, and one poem that he wrote when he participated in a poem match held by Kanpaku (chief adviser to the Emperor) FUJIWARA no Moromichi is included in the collection "Kinyo Wakashu" (Kinyo Collection of Japanese poems).
  300. He is known for his positive statements about social issues and international affairs unlike the other leaders of the biggest religious organizations in Japan except the leaders of newly formed religions.
  301. He is known for his research on tornados and downbursts.
  302. He is known for his stable, neat style.
  303. He is known for his work as one of the leading men in several of the earliest films of director Shozo MAKINO's career; he started collaborating with Makino right from the beginning when Makino first began making films at the Yokota Shokai film studio.
  304. He is known for killing TAIRA no Atsumori in the Battle of Ichinotani.
  305. He is known for producing Gorillaz and Doctor Octagon.
  306. He is known for publishing "kibyoshi" (illustrated books of popular fiction whose covers are yellow) and "sharebon" (gay-quarter novelettes) by Kisanji HOSEIDO, Kyoden SANTO and so on, and "ukiyoe" (Japanese woodblock prints) by Utamaro KITAGAWA and Sharaku TOSHUSAI.
  307. He is known for several famous literary compositions, including his personal literary collection, the 'Toshi bunshu' (the Miyako clan Literary Collection) as well as Imperial Rescripts and questions for the Taisaku.
  308. He is known for the punishment of a tegusari (confinement to one's residence with handcuffs on the wrists) he received during the Kansei Reforms.
  309. He is known internationally as an image artist more than a movie director.
  310. He is known not only as a tenkokuka but also as the scholar who laid the foundations for Japanese sigillography.
  311. He is known through the villain's role in "Chusingura" (the title of a Kabuki drama).
  312. He is known to be the greatest tachikata (actors playing male roles) of the day, and a master of dancing.
  313. He is known to be the person creating Motochika Hyakukajo (100 articles of Motochika).
  314. He is known to have criticized the shogunate of Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA and his wife Tomiko HINO.
  315. He is known to have had a bout with Musashi MIYAMOTO.
  316. He is known to have predicted a solar eclipse.
  317. He is known to have presented influential persons with gifts, such as presenting 50 silk hiki to FUJIWARA no Chifuru's father, FUJIWARA no Sanesuke, for Chifuru's chakumo ceremony (a ceremony for girls to wear 'mo' (a sort of skirt) for the first time) in 1024.
  318. He is known to have recognized and developed the talent of his heir KAMO no Yasunori and his student ABE no Seimei early on.
  319. He is known to have revolted against the Imperial Court on the Seto Inland Sea.
  320. He is known to have stayed in Ogawaji district, Uozu City for two months.
  321. He is known to have written the lyrics for the song "Tokotonyare-bushi" (the Go-all-the-way song, also known as "Miyasan, Miyasan" [My Lord, My Lord]), which was popular among the New Government army soldiers during the Boshin War.
  322. He is known with his significant influence to modern Chine in the field of education and translation and translation of "Bankoku Koho" can be said to be his representative achievement.
  323. He is lady Aoi's older maternal half-brother.
  324. He is leading a degenerate life, getting drunk by the money he earned by mediating a quarrel.
  325. He is like a hanging bell, when you hit softly it rings little, and when you hit stronger it sound big.
  326. He is mentioned as an ancestor worshiped as a deity of the Kume clan.
  327. He is mentioned as one of the seven wise men in Saga.
  328. He is mentioned in the Heike Monogatari under the name of Taifubo Kakumei as a tactician for MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka.
  329. He is mentioned in the article of September 27, 686 of "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) and in the article of March 15, 701 of "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicle of Japan Continued).
  330. He is mentioned only in the article on the posthumous conferral to him in "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan).
  331. He is more usually known by the name of Kanzaemon HOSHINO.
  332. He is most famous for triggering the Seinan War (Satsuma Rebellion).
  333. He is most often called "Yoshinobu" in his homeland of Mito, but he is often called "Keiki" in Shizuoka, where he spent the rest of his life.
  334. He is not a daimyo, but he was recognized to be of the main branch of the Rokkaku clan in "Kansei Choshu Shokafu" (genealogies of vassals of the Edo bakufu [Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun] in the Kansei era), and he lived in Kyoto with the retainers attending on him.
  335. He is not infrequently dubbed "the bomberman" because of the way he died.
  336. He is noted for the name 'Dohachi NINNAMI.'
  337. He is now Fukusuke NAKAMURA the Ninth.
  338. He is now Shikan NAKAMURA the Seventh.
  339. He is now beginning to be reevaluated by local people; in 1999 a bronze statue of KAWAJI, proposed by then Director-General Jiro ONO (statesman), was built in front of the police headquarters in Kagoshima Prefecture.
  340. He is now permitted the following:
  341. He is now retired and is not engaged in any Noh performance.
  342. He is of the head temple of the Tenshi Lineage.
  343. He is often called Eishun TAMONIN.
  344. He is often called Hongan-ji Temple Rennyo.
  345. He is often called Kozuke no Suke KIRA.
  346. He is often considered to be Nobumori YUSA who was a vassal of the Hatakeyama Bishu family.
  347. He is often enshrined with his father, Ninigi, mother, Konohana no sakuya-bime and wife, Toyotama-bime.
  348. He is often thought of as an action movie director, but he has left pieces in various fields such as the film adaptions of "Fukkatsu no hi" ("Virus"), originally by Sakyo KOMATSU, "Kataku no hito," originally by Kazuo DAN, historical pieces such as "The Shogun's Samurai : Yagyu Clan Conspiracy" and "Makai tensho" ("Samurai Reincarnation"), and "Omocha" ("The Geisha House"), ranging from literary works to science fiction.
  349. He is one of leading figures in Part III, so-called 'Uji Jujo' (Ten Quires of Uji).
  350. He is one of so-called Kesshi-Hachidai (Eight Undocumented Sovereigns) and is generally thought to have been nonexistent.
  351. He is one of so-called Kesshi-Hachidai (Eight Undocumented Sovereigns), but some believe that he actually existed.
  352. He is one of the 12 convicts of those who were executed for Kotoku Incident.
  353. He is one of the 36 Immortal Poets.
  354. He is one of the 36 immortal poets.
  355. He is one of the Sanjurokkasen (36 Immortal Poets).
  356. He is one of the Sanjurokkasen.
  357. He is one of the few characters whose real name is clear, in addition to MINAMOTO no Yoshikiyo, who is mentioned later.
  358. He is one of the five Gods (six Gods, according to the third "alternative writing" of Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan)) created by Susano from the Yasaka-no-magatama Bead which he had gotten from its original owner Amaterasu Omikami (the Sun Goddess) in the Chapter of Amaterasu's and Susano's covenant.
  359. He is one of the five pillars of Kotoamatsukami (literally, separate heavenly gods) who were involved in the Creation.
  360. He is one of the founders of the Tokyo Academy of Physics (later the Tokyo College of Science, current Tokyo University of Science), and the third director of the Tokyo College of Science.
  361. He is one of the founders of the Tokyo Academy of Physics (later the Tokyo College of Science, current Tokyo University of Science).
  362. He is one of the greatest filmmakers of Japanese cinema, ranked with Akira KUROSAWA, Yasujiro OZU, and Mikio NARUSE.
  363. He is one of the important performers in the kyogen performance group 'Mansaku no kai' lead by Mansaku NOMURA.
  364. He is one of the individuals responsible for laying the groundwork of the Japanese film industry.
  365. He is one of the internationally successful Noh gakushi.
  366. He is one of the members who caused the Hogen Disturbance.
  367. He is one of the oldest Japanese movie directors.
  368. He is one of the pioneers of Japanese lacquer art.
  369. He is one of the saints of the Catholic church and his anniversary is on December 3.
  370. He is one of the so called Kesshi-Hachidai (Eight Undocumented Sovereigns), and it is commonly understood that he was a nonexistent Emperor.
  371. He is particularly well known as the author of 'Ugetsu Monogatari' (Tales of Moon and Rain), a tale of the supernatural.
  372. He is particularly well-known for his atrocity prints.
  373. He is popular in Hirosaki City but is less popular in the cities of Hachinohe and Aomori.
  374. He is portrayed as a person who, in comparison with his elder brother, TAIRA no Shigemori who was a person of excellent caliber, was an arrogant, conceited ignoramus who brought the hatred of other clans upon himself.
  375. He is portrayed as a sickly and timid person.
  376. He is portrayed in the scene of Jinmu Tosei (Emperor Jinmu's expedition to the east) as the head of a local ruling family in the Yamato Province area who opposed Jinmu's expedition to the east.
  377. He is practically considered as the founder of the Shimizudani family.
  378. He is present Shoroku ONOE (the fourth).
  379. He is presently the fourth head of the Yarai Kanze family, the Kanze Kyukokai Party.
  380. He is president of the Japan Noh Association.
  381. He is presumed to have remained in Osaka, and therefore considered to have been on the side of the Western forces.
  382. He is proficient in English and a modern-day child with a quick wit.
  383. He is quite famous as a master of ink-wash painting and crafts as well.
  384. He is recipient of art festival awards for excellence.
  385. He is recipient of the Medal with Purple Ribbon award.
  386. He is recognized as an unprecedented philosopher who tried to merge Japanese concepts with Western philosophy and aimed at sublating those studies.
  387. He is recognized as the founder of Jodo Shinshu, or Shin Buddhism.
  388. He is recorded as Shoshiino-sanmae (Senior Fourth Rank sanmae Grade) in the local Jinmyocho (list of deities).
  389. He is recorded as a 'great person, very distinguished in appearance' in "Toshi Kaden" (Biographies of the Fujiwara clan).
  390. He is referred to as onshi in "Nihonkoki" (Later Chronicle of Japan).
  391. He is refreshing the image of gagaku and introducing it to the general public by appearing often in the media to perform.
  392. He is regarded as an ancestor of several central ruling families such as the Ki clan, the Kose clan, the Hegri clan, the Katsuragi clan, and the Soga clan, but details are unknown.
  393. He is regarded as one of the 36 immortal poets.
  394. He is regarded as one of the Chuko sanjurokkasen (medieval 36 Immortal Poets).
  395. He is regarded as one of the Mitoha group (Serizawa group) of Kamo SERIZAWA, Nishiki NIIMI, Jusuke HIRAMA, Goro HIRAYAMA, because he was from the Mito Domain.
  396. He is regarded as one of the New 36 Immortal Poets.
  397. He is regarded as one of the medieval 36 Immortal Poets.
  398. He is regarded as one of the oldest Kuni no Miyatsuko along with Shiinetsuhiko, the first Yamato no Kuni no Miyatsuko.
  399. He is regarded as one of the planners of the "Wakamiya no yashiro no uta-awase" (a poetry contest held at the Wakamiya no yashiro shrine, on April 5, 1191).
  400. He is regarded as the leading member of the four loyal retainers of Yorimitsu.
  401. He is regarded as the one who had seen the most places in the world among the ancient Japanese.
  402. He is regarded as the origin of the cosmos or as the cosmos itself.
  403. He is regarded as the substantial founder of the Omiya family (Ozuki clan), which is the lineage of Naganari.
  404. He is regarded not only as a god of oracles but also as a lover of fishing and is identical to Ebisu (god of fishing and commerce) because he was fishing during the story of giving away control of the land.
  405. He is regarded to be the author of "Tofu Hyakuchin" (100 Tofu Delicacies) written under the pen name of Suikyodojin Kahitsujun.
  406. He is related to Murakami-Genji (Minamoto clan).
  407. He is renowned as an outstanding strategist who brought victory to his army using deliberate tactics.
  408. He is reported to be the first person who used the name 'Sakon KANZE,' which is the a commonly used name of the Kanze family head down to the present, but this is likely to be inaccurate information for posterity.
  409. He is reported to have died after being stabbed with a spear by Naokatsu NAGAI, while he was The situation of his death was reported to have occurred after receiving a spear from Naokatsu NAGAI while he was rebuilding camp by sitting on a Shogi camp stool.
  410. He is reported to have received the elderly driver sticker in 2007 after attending a lecture to teach the elders the driving technique.
  411. He is reported to have spent 23 years starting from 1129 to write all 5048 volumes of the complete Buddhist scriptures by himself.
  412. He is reported to have yielded his position as the head of the family to Shigehiro, his heir, and retired from office in 1598.
  413. He is representative of the Higashiyama culture.
  414. He is reputed to have been the one that spread the practices of tooth brushing, face washing, table manners and cleaning in Japan.
  415. He is reputedly a son of the god of Izumo, and the name of Isetsuhiko is said to be a pseudonym of Takenamikatanokami.
  416. He is reticent and quiet in character, has a touch of natural dementia and a tendency to do things at his own pace.
  417. He is revered as the founder of Kyohachi-ryu school of swordplay and as the deity of swordplay.
  418. He is rough and uncultured.
  419. He is said have been about 20 years old at that time.
  420. He is said to be a Kurodo (Chamberlain) ("Sonpi Bunmyaku").
  421. He is said to be a deity who has concurrently the aspect of Yakubyo-gami (a deity of the transmission of epidemics).
  422. He is said to be a direct descendant of Masashige KUSUNOKI and Masatsura KUSUNOKI.
  423. He is said to be a grandson of Obiko no mikoto.
  424. He is said to be a local clan of Nihari county, Hitachi province.
  425. He is said to be a major candidate of the author of "Imakagami" (The Mirror of the Present).
  426. He is said to be a master of kicks by his name.
  427. He is said to be a model of 'Domomata,' or also called Matabe UKIYO, who is the main character of 'Keisei Hangonko,' which is a popular program in kabuki (Japanese traditional performing art) or bunraku (the traditional Japanese puppet theater).
  428. He is said to be a rakuin of Emperor Gokomatsu.
  429. He is said to be a rakuin of Yoshimune NITTA, but it is not clear whether it is the truth or not.
  430. He is said to be a son of FUJIWARA no Masabumi, Kokushi (provincial governor) of Harima Province and a maternal uncle of FUJIWARA no Sanesuke.
  431. He is said to be an ancestor of Kenmotsu TSUDA family in Kii Province.
  432. He is said to be first among the poets in the "Manyoshu" which has 19 of his choka (long poems) and 75 of his tanka (short poems) in it.
  433. He is said to be one of Garanjin (tutelary deities).
  434. He is said to be one of the persons responsible for the Onin War, and the book entitled "Onin Bekki" includes a lampoon "世の中は 皆歌読に 業平の 伊勢物語 せぬ人ぞなき."
  435. He is said to be one of the politicians who had the personal trust of Emperor Kanmu and that Kanmu frequently visited his residence because his wife was from a immigrant family and Kanmu's mother, TAKANO no Niigasa, is said to be from a immigrant family originally from Kudara (Paekche).
  436. He is said to be the Chuku no So (the founder of the renaissance) of the Reizei family.
  437. He is said to be the ancestor of the Hirano clan which originated there.
  438. He is said to be the author of 'Hososhiyo-sho' (The Essentials for the Judiciary) and 'Saibansiyo-sho' (The Essentials for judicial proceedings).
  439. He is said to be the bravest man in the city.
  440. He is said to be the builder of the well known Tachibanayama-jo Castle in Chikuzen Province.
  441. He is said to be the father of Masatoshi KUSUNOKI, Masashige KUSUNOKI, Masasue KUSUNOKI and Masaie KUSUNOKI, etc.
  442. He is said to be the founder of the Sueno clan.
  443. He is said to be the founder of weather forecast in Japan.
  444. He is said to be the inspiration for 'ISONOKAMI no Marotari' who is one of five nobles to propose to Princess Kaguya in the Taketori Monogatari (The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter).
  445. He is said to be the oldest okimi (Emperor), actuality of whose existence is high, but, because descriptions about him overlap and are confused with a paragraph on Emperor Nintoku, there are theories presented including one that Ojin and Nintoku are the same person.
  446. He is said to be the son of Sangi (councilor) OE no Otondo, but there is another theory that regards him as the son of OE no Gyokuen and the grandson of Otondo.
  447. He is said to be the son of Yasuhiro TSUCHIMIKADO and became a son-in-law of Yasuhiro's younger brother, Takatoshi TSUCHIMIKADO, however, there is here say that his real father was Takatoshi or Yasushige TSUCHIMIKADO (father of Yasuhiro and Takatoshi).
  448. He is said to be the third son of Masahide HIRATE and an legitimate son of his older brother, Hisahide (Masahide's grandson).
  449. He is said to be the writer of a book titled 'Hososhiyo-sho' (The Essentials for the Judiciary) related to criminal justice.
  450. He is said to have accompanied his older brother Nobuhide, who assassinated Yoshitsura ISSHIKI on the order of the Sixth Shogun Yoshinori ASHIKAGA.
  451. He is said to have asserted that the barn or storeroom is to be positioned in the corner of Kimon (northeast) to avoid the strong summer light entering the house in the morning, and in this particular position is approved upon the condition of the solar rays and four seasons.
  452. He is said to have been a certified practitioner of the Hokushin Itto school sword style.
  453. He is said to have been a child or a disciple of Jocho.
  454. He is said to have been a disciple of FUJIWARA no Teika.
  455. He is said to have been a disciple of Kosuke or Kocho.
  456. He is said to have been a master of biwa (Japanese lute) (from "Sonpi Bunmyaku," a text compiled in the fourteenth century that records the lineages of the aristocracy).
  457. He is said to have been a pioneer of Western studies in Japan.
  458. He is said to have been a representative composer of Kyoto-style tegotomono (a form of Japanese chamber music) at its best.
  459. He is said to have been a son of Moriaki SAKUMA.
  460. He is said to have been a son of NAKATOMI no Kamako.
  461. He is said to have been a son of Tanemichi KOKUBUN, but there is a possibility that he may not have existed.
  462. He is said to have been a son of either TAIRA no Morikuni or TAIRA no Moritoshi who was Morikuni's son.
  463. He is said to have been a thin, gentle person, and his activities were mainly those of a poet rather than those on the center stage of politics.
  464. He is said to have been about 157 cm tall.
  465. He is said to have been always conscious of being such a benevolent lord as his grandfather Yoshimune and when he was served with different foods, he even asked, 'Did my grandfather eat this?'
  466. He is said to have been an official of Nakatsukasa-sho (Ministry of Central Affairs), holding no court rank.
  467. He is said to have been an uncontrollable naughty boy since around this time.
  468. He is said to have been appointed attendant of the shogun Prince Munetaka in February 1253.
  469. He is said to have been born in Izumo Province.
  470. He is said to have been born in Osaka.
  471. He is said to have been born in his mother's home, Suzuo (Fukuhara) Castle, wherein now lies a stone monument commemorating his birth.
  472. He is said to have been born in what is now the town of Kira in Hazu County, Aichi Prefecture, and there are monuments to his place of birth and hometown in the Shitanda area of Miyasako in the same town.
  473. He is said to have been born on the same date as Emperor Seimu.
  474. He is said to have been born to Emperor Korei, his father, and Yamato no Kuni Kahime, his mother, at Yamato Kurodaiodo no Miya (present day Tawaramoto-cho, Shiki-gun District, Nara Prefecture).
  475. He is said to have been buried in Tsuruginoike no shimanoue no misasagi.
  476. He is said to have been caught or died in battle, but detail is unknown.
  477. He is said to have been either the youngest son, the fourth son, or a younger brother of Emperor Uda, but we can gather at least that he lived during the same era with the Emperor from the fact that he became head priest in 914.
  478. He is said to have been excellent not only in Buddhist painting but also in writing.
  479. He is said to have been flourished as the strategist for Tamenobu TSUGARU, but details of his achievements are not so certain.
  480. He is said to have been honest and clean, have often looked after patients with diseases, and have been trusted by Emperor Shomu.
  481. He is said to have been integral to the Ashikaga clan's rule over Japan.
  482. He is said to have been killed after escaping.
  483. He is said to have been politically incompetent as the lord of domain but said to have been a culturally distinguished person at the time.
  484. He is said to have been released soon and returned to secular life.
  485. He is said to have been skilled in martial arts and frequently drew a strong bow.
  486. He is said to have been talented at music and literature.
  487. He is said to have been teased by Kira Kozuke no Suke Yoshihisa.
  488. He is said to have been the ancestor of the Tokuyama clan in Mino Province.
  489. He is said to have been the descendant of SAKANOUE no Takakai.
  490. He is said to have been the desendant of Tamuramaro, and his main name was Sakanoue.
  491. He is said to have been the distinguished priest who would appear only once in 500 years.
  492. He is said to have been the origin of the Kiyohara clan who was based in Senboku, Dewa Province.
  493. He is said to have been the second family head of the Kokubun clan (in Mutsu Province), but there is a possibility that he may not have existed.
  494. He is said to have built Niju-bashi Bridge (stone bridge of the Main Gate) of the Imperial Palace as well; however, since the bridge is said to have been completed in 1887, it is not clear whether the bridge was actually a work by Kangoro.
  495. He is said to have celebrated a victory at the shrine when he returned from going to the east.
  496. He is said to have converted to Christianity in his latter years.
  497. He is said to have developed a method of transporting large trees from the mountains to Nara.
  498. He is said to have devoted all his energies towards establishing the Department of Aviation Engineering (Abolished by GHQ after the War) and the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
  499. He is said to have died in 1530, which would mean he was 97 years old.
  500. He is said to have died in 1577 in frustration.
  501. He is said to have died in Kyoto.
  502. He is said to have died of sickness but there were anecdotes saying that he vanished himself and tried to go to Chugoku, or he went out to fish and got drowned.
  503. He is said to have excelled at playing wind and string instruments.
  504. He is said to have excelled in bojutsu (art of using a stick as a weapon) of Katori school, but some people believe that what he actually used was a nagamaki (a long sword).
  505. He is said to have followed Hideyoshi and stayed at Nagoya-jo Castle in Hizen Province during the Bunroku-Keicho War.
  506. He is said to have founded Kumata-jinja Shrine in Hirano Sho, Settsu Province.
  507. He is said to have frequently gone hawking as his grandfather Yoshimune TOKUGAWA did.
  508. He is said to have gone off the rails, indulging himself in alcohol and women.
  509. He is said to have had a large body build and stood about 191centimeters tall.
  510. He is said to have had a son, Koki.
  511. He is said to have had remarkable skills as Onmyoji like his father and grandfather.
  512. He is said to have had such a gentle voice as a woman.
  513. He is said to have hided himself in Gakuen-ji Shrine in western Izumo Province, or in a peasant's house, or in Maki Castle in his mother's native province.
  514. He is said to have immediately returned to his hometown and come back with Otogoro to claim his body.
  515. He is said to have invented the Yuan Yaki (Japanese grill, using meat or fish which are marinated, impaled on long skewers and broiled over hot coals).
  516. He is said to have joined Shinsengumi in ca. 1867 to serve as a close retainer of Isami KONDO and Toshizo HIJIKATA.
  517. He is said to have joined Shinsengumi in the early days of the group because he was ordered by Kogoro KATSURA from Choshu Domain to act as a spy in the group.
  518. He is said to have kept a cool head and iron nerves and has frequently been described as a great and wise lord in historical novels and so on.
  519. He is said to have lent his support after the Great Fire of Meireki by providing capital to rebuild samurai residences, shrines and temples destroyed by fire in Edo City.
  520. He is said to have loved Kesa Gozen, the wife of Wataru WATANABE, who was his male cousin and worked together with him, killed her by mistake, and consequently become a priest.
  521. He is said to have loved calligraphy from his childhood, and to have spent a lot of time studying Chinese classics under his father.
  522. He is said to have made 69,000 Buddha statues.
  523. He is said to have owned 35,000 koku as the lord of Mimaki-jo Castle of Yamashiro Province.
  524. He is said to have persuaded and appeased the people rising up to call for tax reduction, and furthermore to have made a direct plea to the local governor to save the people when he was seventeen in 1827.
  525. He is said to have preferred sake to milk or sweets and have been fed sake.
  526. He is said to have put four quarters of manju on a bowl of cooked rice and poured boiling green tea over them before eating them.
  527. He is said to have read and understood Japanese and Chinese books from childhood and been good at mathematics, and a story has it that when he was given a question, he solved it in the cemetery of Zuiko-ji Temple (Maizuru City).
  528. He is said to have reminisced before death, saying, "Nothing will be left for Banseisha, but in Tokachino..."
  529. He is said to have seized Goemon ISHIKAWA.
  530. He is said to have served Motokuni HATAKEYAMA, who was a Shugo (a provincial military governor) of Kawachi Province and after Masanori, his descendants served Hatakeyama clan for generations.
  531. He is said to have served as Hangan (an inspector [third highest of the four administrative ranks of the ritsuryo period]) according to "Sonpi Bunmyaku" (a text compiled in the fourteenth century that records the lineages of the aristocracy).
  532. He is said to have served as a vassal for Nobuhide ODA of Owari Province since he was young, and owned Shimoyashiro Village, Aichi County in Owari.
  533. He is said to have showed the most remarkable performance in the raid.
  534. He is said to have spent the rest of his life as a farmer in Hiroshima Prefecture.
  535. He is said to have studied Hosso Sect, Sanron Sect and Esoteric Buddhism at Daian-ji Temple, but he is also said to have studied under the guidance of Gyoho, the mentor of Saicho who was the founder of the Nihon-Tendai Sect, and Soei of the Shingon Sect.
  536. He is said to have succeeded to Minbukyo Fujiwara no Mitsunori.
  537. He is said to have sworn to build a temple if he was victorious over the anti-Buddhist faction, led by MONONOBE no Moriya.
  538. He is said to have taught Nobumaro TAKACHIHO how to make samples of insects.
  539. He is said to have used another name Ginjiro TAKEBE.
  540. He is said to have walked through the corridor to the toilet with stealthy steps not to wake up the Konando-yaku (job to do Shogun's personal care) (Masamune DATE is known as a person who had a very similar episode).
  541. He is said to have worked at Taga-jo Castle in Mutsu province as a Zaichokanjin (a local official in Heian and Kamakura periods) though he was a gunji (district manager).
  542. He is searching for the missing treasured heirloom 'Rigyo no jiku' of Yoshida family.
  543. He is seldom referred to in books or other documents and his name is even omitted from an informal family tree.
  544. He is sometimes added to the seven disciples of Rikyu, but while the seven disciples were handed down the daisu (a display stand for tea ceremony utensils) by Hideyoshi, Urakusai was handed down by Rikyu directly in the presence of Hideyoshi, and this indicates that Urakusai was treated as special.
  545. He is sometimes called Kenko-hoshi.
  546. He is sometimes counted as one of the 10 strongest Yokozuna in the history.
  547. He is sometimes counted as one of the three great calligraphers along with FUJIWARA no Sukemasa and FUJIWARA no Yukinari.
  548. He is sometimes referred to as a 'Rokkaku Councilor' along with Katahide GAMO, Sadatake HIRAI and other.
  549. He is sometimes said to be the same person as Gennai SAWADA, but as Gennai died in 1660, they are different persons.
  550. He is somewhat cool in contrast to Yotaro who is a born idiot.
  551. He is still praised highly not only in Japan but also overseas.
  552. He is stout and his sideburns are his trademark.
  553. He is supposed to begin with a jun shokubun, and when he exceeds the age of 40, he is examined to become a shokubun.
  554. He is supposed to have been pierced with a bamboo spear by a farmer (Ogurisu no Chobei) and died (in Ogurisu, Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City) at midnight on the same day while escaping and making for Sakamoto (3-day conquest).
  555. He is supposed to have been the son of Yoshitsugu KIRA, but some people say he was the biological child of Mitsuuji KIRA of the Saijokira clan.
  556. He is supposed to have died not of a plague which had prevailed and killed many court nobles at that time, but of aggravation of mizu nomi yami (water-drinking illness) (diabetes) resulting from excessive ingestion of sake (alcohol), which he coincidentally experienced at the time.
  557. He is tall and thin with a few hige (whiskers).'
  558. He is the 16th prince of the Emperor Daigo, and his mother is FUJIWARA no Yoshihime, a daughter of FUJIWARA no Sugane.
  559. He is the 2nd head of the household of Imperial Prince Tokiwai.
  560. He is the Chairman of the Japanese Olympic Committee.
  561. He is the administrative director of the Suginami Nohgakudo (Noh theater).
  562. He is the adopted son-in-law of Sannosuke ARASHI and his elder brothers are Kakusaburo NAKAMURA and Hikaku NAKAMURA.
  563. He is the ancestor of Hitachi-Heishi (Taira clan) and Ise-Heishi (Taira clan).
  564. He is the ancestor of Kamitsukenono-kimi and Shimotsukenono-kimi according to the Kojiki and the Nihonshoki.
  565. He is the ancestor of the Fujitani family.
  566. He is the ancestor of the Nose clan, but it is unknown if he was a Gokenin (an immediate vassal of the shogunate in the Kamakura and Muromachi through Edo periods) of the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), and what he has done during Jokyu War is also unknown.
  567. He is the author of 'Kyogen no Susume' (Suggestions for Kyogen).
  568. He is the author of 'Seiigenbyoryaku' (literally, summary of Western medicine diseases) and 'Yochi-shi' (literally, a record of the earth).
  569. He is the certified general holder of Important Intangible Cultural Property in Nogaku-hayashi (Japanese orchestra for Noh performance), Otsuzumi (large hand drum) of Okura school.
  570. He is the chairman of Kyoto sculptors of the Buddhist Statues Association.
  571. He is the cousin of (Emperor) Akihito.
  572. He is the curator of the Shohaku Art Museum which exhibits the works of Shoen, Shoko, and Atsushi UEMURA.
  573. He is the director of the Ogasawara-ryu Ogasawara Kyohjyo nonprofit corporation.
  574. He is the eighth prince of Emperor Kiritsubo.
  575. He is the eighth prince of the Emperor Kiritsubo, and his mother was a nyogo (a high-ranking lady in the court (a consort of an emperor)) from a ministerial family.
  576. He is the eldest child born out of wedlock of Mitsunori ISSHIKI.
  577. He is the eldest son of Baiko ONOE (the Seventh).
  578. He is the eldest son of Hikaru Genji (in fact, Emperor Reizei is his older half brother by a different mother, but Yugiri does not know the truth).
  579. He is the eldest son of Hikosaburo BANDO the Eighth.
  580. He is the eldest son of Kanemon NAKAMURA the Third.
  581. He is the eldest son of Naoyoshi UMEWAKA.
  582. He is the eldest son of Sengoro SHIGEYAMA, the thirteenth.
  583. He is the eldest son of Sensaku, the third.
  584. He is the eldest son of Shigejuro FUKUO the 15th.
  585. He is the eldest son of Takayori NOSE.
  586. He is the eldest son of Tetsunojo KANZE the Eighth (Living National Treasure).
  587. He is the eldest son of Tozo NAKAMURA the Sixth.
  588. He is the eldest son of the 44th flower arrangement expert Seni IKENOBO.
  589. He is the eldest son of the third generation.
  590. He is the enshrined deity of Ajiki-jinja Shrine, and some say the descendants enshrined the founder.
  591. He is the father of Kasumi TESHIGAHARA and Hiroshi TESHIGAHARA.
  592. He is the father of Lady Kokiden, Oborozukiyo and others.
  593. He is the father of MINAMOTO no Mitsukuni (Morotoki), Mitsutoshi, Mitsutada and a wife of MINAMOTO no Nobumasa.
  594. He is the father of Motomori, Mitsuharu and Mitsusuke ISHIKAWA.
  595. He is the father of Murasaki no ue.
  596. He is the father of Nobukuni, Masakuni, Sukeuji KURAGAKI, Kunimune, Nobusuke, the wife of TAIRA no Nobunori and the wife of Mitsukane TAKASHINA.
  597. He is the father of Nobunaga ODA.
  598. He is the father of OTOMO no Kanamura.
  599. He is the father of Oigimi (the oldest sister) and Naka no Kimi (the second daughter) of Uji and Ukifune who are the heroines of 'Uji Jujo' (The Ten Quires of Uji), in the later part of the story.
  600. He is the father of Sadamitsu ISHIKAWA and others.
  601. He is the fifth child of udaijin (minister of the right), Shonii (Senior Second Rank), TAJIHI no Shima.
  602. He is the fifth iemoto of the Wakayagi school.
  603. He is the fifth son of MINAMOTO no Tsunemoto.
  604. He is the fifth son of MINAMOTO no Yorisuke who served as Shimotsuke no kuni no kami (the governor of Shimotsuke Province).
  605. He is the fifth son of Moritaka KUKI, the first lord of Taba Domain.
  606. He is the fifth son of the sixth Manzo NOMURA.
  607. He is the first Doctor of Medical Science in Tokyo University, and later he became a honorary professor.
  608. He is the first Japanese emperor that many modern scholars agree might have actually existed.
  609. He is the first disciple of Nobutaka KONPARU the 79th.
  610. He is the first emperor in history who composed Ryuka Traditional Okinawa Poem.
  611. He is the first prince of Suzakuin.
  612. He is the first prince of the late Emperor Showa.
  613. He is the first son of (MINAMOTO no) Gien.
  614. He is the first son of Tomohachi MATSUMOTO, the nanushi (village headman) of Honshuku Village, Tama Country, Musashi Province (present Honshuku, Fuchu City, Tokyo).
  615. He is the first son of Yoshio UMANO, who is Kanze-ryu noh shite-kata (a person who plays the main role in Kanze school noh plays) (second child of four siblings and his sister (third child) is the photographer Noriko UMANO).
  616. He is the first son of the Emperor Sujin.
  617. He is the forefather of the Hioki family.
  618. He is the former chairman of the Japan Buddhist Federation.
  619. He is the former chief priest of Ise-jingu Shrine.
  620. He is the founder of Jishu sect.
  621. He is the founder of Mino-Genji (Minamoto clan).
  622. He is the founder of the Koetsu style of calligraphy.
  623. He is the founder of the Kokua School and Ryozen School of the Ji Sect.
  624. He is the founder of the Mizokui clan.
  625. He is the founder of the Ono School of the Shingon Sect.
  626. He is the fourth family head of the Kobayakawa clan.
  627. He is the fourth son of the feudal retainer of Hikone Domain, Rokuuemon FURUSAWA.
  628. He is the general holder of Important Intangible Cultural Property.
  629. He is the general manager as a matter of practice.
  630. He is the grandfather of Emperor Jinmu.
  631. He is the great god who is enshrined in Kii Province.
  632. He is the great-grandchild of Amenohiboko, who came from Silla.
  633. He is the head of Okinawa Actors School Co., Ltd.
  634. He is the head of the Parents Association of Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University.
  635. He is the head priest of Higashi Hongan-ji Temple (Taito Ward, Tokyo), the head temple for Higashi Hongan-ji sect.
  636. He is the heir of Kagemori ADACHI.
  637. He is the holder of Important Intangible Cultural Property (Living National Treasure).
  638. He is the husband of Okichi and is the master of TESHIMAYA.
  639. He is the latest Kotaro.
  640. He is the man who achieved these three things, none of which an ordinary man can achieve.'
  641. He is the model for Honzo KAKOGAWA in "Kanadehon Chushingura" (The Treasury of Loyal Retainers).
  642. He is the model for Kanpei HAYANO who appears in Kanadehon Chushingura (The Treasury of Loyal Retainers).
  643. He is the model for Wakasanosuke MOMOI in "Kanadehon Chushingura" (The Treasury of Loyal Retainers).
  644. He is the ninth family head of the Mutsu Ishikawa clan, which was derived from the Yamato-Genji (Minamoto clan).
  645. He is the ninth generation of Tadashige.
  646. He is the official successor of the arts of archery, horsemanship and courtesy and holds over 40 public rituals a year at shrines including Meiji-jingu Shrine, Atsuta-jingu Shrine, Ise-jingu Shrine, Yasukuni-jinja Shrine and Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine.
  647. He is the old man who has lived here for a long time; he is called Uruma no Okina, and Katsushiro also knows him.
  648. He is the oldest son of Kanzaburo NAKAMURA (the 17th).
  649. He is the oldest son of MINAMOTO no Yorikuni.
  650. He is the oldest son of Mitsusada ISHIKAWA.
  651. He is the oldest son of Moriyoshi ISHIKAWA.
  652. He is the oldest son of Tojiro YAMAMOTO the Third.
  653. He is the oldest son of Tomoemon OTANI (the sixth).
  654. He is the oldest son of the first.
  655. He is the oldest son of the fourth.
  656. He is the oldest son of the ninth and current Mitsugoro BANDO.
  657. He is the one and the same person as Tokihiro HIROSE.
  658. He is the only character that does not have a consistent name.
  659. He is the only person who lives in Kyoto among the headmen of the five shite-kata schools.
  660. He is the origin of the ISSHIKI Shikibu family.
  661. He is the origin of the Nagasaki clan, Uchi-Kanrei (head of Tokuso family).
  662. He is the originator of the Kamo clan (Kamo no Agatanushi) in Yamashiro Province, and is known as the enshrined deity of Kamomioya-jinja Shrine (the Shimogamo-jinja Shrine).
  663. He is the owner of Dream Planet International School.
  664. He is the paternal half-brother of the Emperor Suzaku, Hikaru Genji and Hotaru Hyobukyo no Miya.
  665. He is the patriarch of the Hayato people (an ancient people from southern Japan), is also called Umisachihiko, and is an older brother of Hikohohodemi no Mikoto (also known as Yamasachihiko), who was the grandfather of the first emperor, Jinmu.
  666. He is the present family head, Yuko TSUCHIDA.
  667. He is the present head of the Kongo family.
  668. He is the present head of the family.
  669. He is the president of Japan Council of Performers' Organizations.
  670. He is the protagonist, but he has a sense of detachment because he is an immortal superman, and he hardly ever appears in the limelight.
  671. He is the representative of Japan Surfball Association.
  672. He is the representative of the board of Hirata-jinja Shrine; considering the relationship between those people and the Hirata family, everything seems to be connected and led by unseen, mysterious power.
  673. He is the sambhoga-kaya Buddha who had thought about the relief of living things for a very long time (contemplation of five kalpas) and became Buddha by finding a way to achieve birth in the pure land.
  674. He is the second head of the Kuki family.
  675. He is the second lord of the Saijokira clan (the Uekira).
  676. He is the second prince of the Emperor Shirakawa.
  677. He is the second son of Ichizo KATAOKA the Fifth.
  678. He is the second son of MINAMOTO no Yorimori who was Soryo (heir) of the Tada-Genji (Minamoto clan), and he had an older brother called Yukitsuna TADA (Tada kurodo no daibu [Master of Chamberlain]) and younger brothers, Takayori NOSE (Kokamonin Kurodo [the Chamberlain of Kokamonin]) and Takazane (Takamatsuin Kurodo [the Chamberlain of Takamatsuin]).
  679. He is the second son of Nizaemon KATAOKA (the 13th).
  680. He is the second son of Tokuro MIYAKE, the ninth (Living National Treasure).
  681. He is the second son of Tono Chujo and Kashiwagi's younger maternal half-brother.
  682. He is the second son of Tono Chujo, and his mother is Yon no Kimi, a daughter of the Minister of the Right for Emperor Kiritsubo.
  683. He is the second son of an oil merchant with a large store in Mototenmancho-town, Osaka (he was born between his mother, Osawa, and her late husband).
  684. He is the second son of the late Manzo NOMURA, the sixth, and debuted at the age of 3.
  685. He is the second son of the second generation.
  686. He is the seventh patriarch of the Seven Patriarchs of True Pure Land Sect.
  687. He is the seventh son of MINAMOTO no Yoshitsuna, and he was a small child when Yoshituna served as Kawachi no kami (the governor of Kawachi Province).
  688. He is the seventh son of Nobunaga ODA.
  689. He is the son of KI no Tadori.
  690. He is the son of Otoshi no Kami and Amenochikarumizu hime.
  691. He is the son of a zuryo (provincial governor).
  692. He is the son-in-law of Sojuro SAWAMURA III.
  693. He is the starring character in the epic poem 'Heichu monogatari' (the Tale of Heichu).
  694. He is the third family head of the Kobayakawa clan.
  695. He is the third son in the "Kojiki."
  696. He is the third son of MINAMOTO no Mitsushige (Saburo FUKASU) whose family was derived from Settsu-Genji (Minamoto clan).
  697. He is the third son of MINAMOTO no Yoritsuna.
  698. He is the third son of Nizaemon KATAOKA the 12th.
  699. He is the third son of Uzaemon ICHIKAWA (the 17th).
  700. He is the third son of Yasuteru WAKISAKA, the lord of the Tatsuno Domain, Harima Province.
  701. He is the third son of the 13th.
  702. He is the third son of the second iemoto of the school.
  703. He is the third son of the third generation.
  704. He is the top of the twenty-four apprentices of Shinran (founder of the Jodo Shinshu).
  705. He is the twentieth family head of the Mutsu Ishikawa clan, which was derived from the Yamato-Genji (Minamoto clan).
  706. He is the twenty sixth head of the Kongo school.
  707. He is the younger brother of Hikaru Genji.
  708. He is the younger half-brother of MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, the founder of the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  709. He is therefore regarded as the same as Susanoo (a deity in Japanese mythology).
  710. He is though to have descended from the Saito clan (the Fujiwara clan of Echizen Province).
  711. He is thought by some to be Oyabiko no kami (the one identified with the god of disorder, Magatsuhi no Kami) who was the children of Izanagi and Izanami (the god and goddess who created the Japanese islands), but he is in fact a different deity.
  712. He is thought to be the founder of Jodo (Pure Land) sect in China.
  713. He is thought to be the same person as Yasaburo KINOSHITA.
  714. He is thought to be the son of Mitsusada NIKAIDO, but another theory holds that he was the son of FUJIWARA no Morozane.
  715. He is thought to have attempted to raise the family status of the Kiyohara clan by getting Narihira married with a daughter of MINAMOTO no Yoriyoshi, the Toryo (leader) of the Minamoto clan.
  716. He is thought to have been involved in the Heike-nokyo, Sutras Dedication by the Taira Family, which was held in May of 1602.
  717. He is thought to have belonged to the group of Kuwajiro OISHI and received 1000 hiki as incentive award money.
  718. He is thought to have died from illness but "Taiheiki" is the sole source stating that he was poisoned by Takauji.
  719. He is thought to have implied that his music had various purposes, like katsuobushi.
  720. He is thought to have served for Masamoto HOSOKAWA of the Hosokawa-keicho family.
  721. He is thought to have studied under Soken YAMAMOTO of the Kano School, yet the period in which he received his teaching is unknown.
  722. He is to be kept under surveillance even at Sanuki, where he has been exiled, and Sutoku identifies himself with Hikaru Genji, ARIWARA no Narihira and Emperor Junnin (Awaji haitei, or the eliminated emperor), who had once gone into exile, lamenting the harshness of his fate.
  723. He is tossed around by the Karakuri-doji robots that have suddenly appeared in the city and grows strongly interested in their existence.
  724. He is transferred to Emonfu (Headquarters of the Outer Palace Guards).
  725. He is transferred to Konoefu.
  726. He is typically referred to as Hidemitsu AKECHI (Yaheiji MIYAKE).
  727. He is understood to have been a person who lived around the Bunsei era but details of his life are unknown.
  728. He is understood to have been adopted to MINAMOTO no Yorimasa, his male cousin in the family tree.
  729. He is understood to have been the son of Raijo.
  730. He is understood to have brought celery into Japan and one of the Imyo (nicknames) of celery is 'Kiyomasa Ninjin' (Kiyomasa carrot).
  731. He is understood to have constructed the statue of Dainichi Nyorai (Mahavairocana) in Koyasan Kongobu-ji Temple.
  732. He is understood to have died in 1819.
  733. He is understood to have mainly repaired old statues and to also have conducted investigation and study of the statues.
  734. He is understood to have supervised the construction of Buddhist Statues in Sanjusangendo Temple at the time of its foundation.
  735. He is usually called Asano Takumi no Kami because of his Buke-kani(official court titles for samurai).
  736. He is usually called Hoshikawa no miko, by omitting the two letters (稚宮) that read 'wakamiya.'
  737. He is venerated by a group of enthusiasts who love his way of life.
  738. He is very popular for his youthful beauty, elegance and prestigious performance.
  739. He is vomiting blood from the mouth.
  740. He is was also called the "American who protected the Emperor."
  741. He is weak and holds his head in his hands and this is in contrast to his initial sophistication.
  742. He is well known as a fan of keirin bicycle racing.
  743. He is well known as his nickname 'Hachikai no Otodo' (Beekeeper Minister of State) was recorded in "Imakagami" (The Mirror of the Present).
  744. He is well known especially as the one who introduced the poems of those representative French symbolists receiving attention of literary circles in those days, and took a part in the establishment and development of Japanese symbolical poetry.
  745. He is well known for serving Prince Shotoku and establishing the Hoko-ji Temple (the Koryu-ji Temple) at Uzumasa.
  746. He is well-known as the person who took the daguerreotype photography of Nariakira SHIMAZU, which is said 'The first photography taken by a Japanese' in 1857.
  747. He is well-known as the playwright (co-writer) of the three greatest joruri: "Sugawara Denju Tenarai Kagami" (Sugawara's secrets of calligraphy), "Yoshitsune Senbonzakura" (Yoshitsune and One Thousand Cherry Trees) and "Kanadehon Chushingura" (The Treasury of Loyal Retainers).
  748. He is well-known by the name of Sowa.
  749. He is well-known for the legend that Yoshitsune stole his family heirloom military book "Rikuto" in collusion with his daughter.
  750. He is well-known with the name of "TAWARA no Tota (or"TAWARA no Toda").
  751. He is without doubt a relative of Hiroyuki NAGATO and his younger brother Masahiko TSUGAWA though they don't tell that from their own lips.
  752. He is worshiped as 'Soshin (an ancestor worshiped as a deity) for cooking.'
  753. He is worshiped as the deity of long-lasting good luck in battle, better fortune, and success in business.
  754. He is worshiped as the god of the five main cereals and sericulture, and often enshrined together with other gods of food.
  755. He is worshipped as a deity of sea, a deity of salt manufacture as well as a deity of magic/prediction and is enshrined at Shiogama-jinja Shrines in various places.
  756. He is worshipped as a god of divination and Shinto rituals.
  757. He is worshipped as a god of rice plants and grains.
  758. He is worshipped as shusaijin (main enshrined deities) of Kikuchi-jinja Shrine of Kikuchi City, Kumamoto Prefecture.
  759. He is worth praising.'
  760. He is written in "Kojiki" as Ashikagamiwakenokimi, the name of his mother was Yamashiro no kukumamori hime, and he is regarded as the ancestor of Kamakura now ake, Ozu, Iwashiro no wake, and Fukita no wake.
  761. He isolated scopoletin from scopoliae rhizoma, scutellarin from Baikal skullcap and phytolaccotoxin from phytolacca esculenta and analyzed their constituents.
  762. He iss said to have been released soon and returned to secular life.
  763. He issued an order to conquer the eastern part of Japan and won the battle against the former bakufu forces which occurred between 1868 and 1869 (the Boshin War).
  764. He issued documents to Suruga and Totomi starting in 1558.
  765. He issued so many letters of ando (certificate for land ownership), which outnumbered those issued by the Oshu governor Kiamichi SHEBA.
  766. He issued the imperial edict to build Omiya and Kudara-daiji Temple (Sakurai City?) along the Kudara-gawa River.
  767. He issued the statement that 'good wife and wise mother education' should be a national policy.
  768. He jeered at GENKAKU and ran away like a rabbit toward the living room." (No.5)
  769. He joined Captain Kannari, Junior Lieutenant Suzuki and Corporal Oikawa while going toward Aomori alone.
  770. He joined Engyo-ji Temple on Mt. Shosha, a big temple at his birthplace, and started to study teachings of Tendai Sect when he was 11 years old, but later on, he became aware of the Zen sect and studied Zen teachings under Kennichi KOHO in Kamakura and Jomin NANPO (Daio Kokushi; 1235 - 1308) in Kyoto.
  771. He joined Foreign Ministry after graduation from Tokyo University and was selected for the director of government affairs by Jutaro KOMURA, Minister of Foreign Affairs with the favor of Shinichiro KURINO who was his senior in Shuyukan in 1901 when he was only 34 years old.
  772. He joined Hikitsukeshu (Coadjustor of the High Court) and was appointed as Mino no kuni no kokushi (Governor of Mino Province).
  773. He joined Imperial Japanese Navy and was promoted to colonel.
  774. He joined Jinmu tosei (Eastern expedition of the Emperor Jinmu) with his younger brothers, but during the battle against Nagasunehiko at Shirakata no tsu (Bay of Shirakata) (or Kusaezaka) in Namihaya no kuni (Namihaya Province), he was hit by the arrow that Nagasunehiko had sent.
  775. He joined Kyoto Sumo in 1875 and was raised to Komusubi (wrestler at the fourth highest rank).
  776. He joined Niroku Shinpo in 1893 to write stage reviews under the name of Seiseien after he quitted Daiichi High School (the first old-education-system high school).
  777. He joined Roshigumi together with Isami KONDO and Soji OKITA in 1863.
  778. He joined Seichugumi Organization, a reform group, and deepened relationship with Takamori SAIGO, Toshimichi OKUBO, Kosuke YOSHII and others.
  779. He joined Seichugumi admiring Nariakira and threw himself into the Sonnou Joui movement (movement for revering the emperor and eliminating the foreigners).
  780. He joined Shinju-sha (publishing company).
  781. He joined Shinsengumi before the Ikedaya Incident, and belonged to the Kondo unit at the time of the Ikedaya Incident.
  782. He joined Shinsengumi in 1864 with Kashitaro ITO and others.
  783. He joined Shinsengumi in 1864.
  784. He joined Shinsengumi in 1867.
  785. He joined Shinsengumi in May 1865, when Toshizo HIJIKATA, Kashitaro ITO, Hajime SAITO, and Heisuke TODO recruited members in Edo.
  786. He joined Shinsengumi in October, 1864 and his personal name when he came to Kyoto was Hiroshi.
  787. He joined Shinsengumi in response to the recruitment of new members that was conducted in Edo around October, 1867.
  788. He joined Shinsengumi in response to the recruitment of new members that was conducted in Edo in May of 1865.
  789. He joined Shinsengumi in response to the recruitment of new members that was conducted in Edo until May, 1865.
  790. He joined Shinsengumi in response to the recruitment of new members that was conducted in Keihan region until the end of December, 1864.
  791. He joined Shinsengumi in the early days.
  792. He joined Shinsengumi led by Jiro YAMAGUCHI (Hajime SAITO) in Aizu but broke up in the Battle of Nyoraido.
  793. He joined Shinsengumi responding to recruitment of members in Edo in November, 1864.
  794. He joined Shinsengumi together with his father, Shintaro MAZUME on or before October 1863.
  795. He joined Shinsengumi when Isami KONDO, Head of Shinsengumi, was recruiting members in 1864.
  796. He joined Shinsengumi, and in October 1864, belonged to the Fifth Unit led by Shuntaro OGATA.
  797. He joined Shochiku Kamata Studios in 1933 and became an assistant cameraman under director Yasujiro SHIMAZU.He transferred to the newly established Shochiku Ofuna Studios and worked as a lower assistant director of the director SHIMAZU the following year in 1934
  798. He joined Shoka Sonjuku (private school) established by Shoin YOSHIDA and devoted himself to the doctrine advocated respecting the Emperor and excluding foreigners.
  799. He joined Shokason-juku, a private school operated by Shoin YOSHIDA, and mastered military science.
  800. He joined Takeaki Enomoto's fleet, and went to Ezo.
  801. He joined Tatsuno/Kataoka Design Office in 1908.
  802. He joined Tenguren (amateur storytellers) from childhood and called himself Nekomaru KATSURA, Yumemaru KATSURA, Kashiku FUMINOYA and so on.
  803. He joined a gathering of waka (Japanese poetry) held at the Shogun's palace, etc.
  804. He joined a group of masterless warrior in February 1863, and travelled to Kyoto.
  805. He joined a parishioner of Iidaka-Danrin School (present Hanko-ji Temple) in Shimosa Province in November, 1583.
  806. He joined an armed priest corps in the Ogaki Domain in 1866.
  807. He joined filming of "Kuwa no mi wa akai" (Mulberries Are Red, directed by Hiroshi SHIMIZU) for a month while in school, at the invitation of Kinuyo TANAKA.
  808. He joined forces with Motonaga MIYOSHI to attack Takakuni HOSOKAWA in 1526, then, in 1527, he and Yoshitsune ASHIKAGA made Sakai, Izumi Province their base and appointed Yoshitsuna as Shogun (Sakai kubo) after Takakuni escaped to Omi with the 12th Shogun, Yoshiharu ASHIKAGA.
  809. He joined hands with Michiharu KONO in Iyo Province, who also were in opposition to the Hosokawa clan, to take advantage in fighting with the forces of Katsumoto HOSOKAWA, but died on September 3, 1465 in Gogo-shima Island.
  810. He joined in Osaka no Eki (The Siege of Osaka) under Toshikatsu DOI.
  811. He joined in the trip to Europe of Nagashige KURODA, the 13th head of the Kuroda family, because he was a teacher at Tounkan (present-day Fukuoka Prefectural Shuyukan Senior High School), a private school of the Kuroda family.
  812. He joined several uta-awase (poetry contest) such as 'Gon Dainagon (chief councilor of state) Morofusa Family Uta-awase' held in September 1038.
  813. He joined the 'Mingei movement,' which aimed to discover old daily necessities and recover the skills to produce them, to promote the beauty of ceramics for daily use produced by unknown artisans, and to produce and spread new daily ceramic necessities.
  814. He joined the Assistant Director Department of Shochiku Ofuna Studios in the same year.
  815. He joined the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600 and took charge of the guard of Kokokuji-jo Castle and Sunpu-jo Castle in Suruga Province as well as Gifu-jo Castle in Mino Province.
  816. He joined the Bungoguchi Keishi Chobotai (Bungoguchi Enlisted Commissary Troops) as a member of the "Army Cutting with a Gouge," and in May of the same year he took part in a battle.
  817. He joined the Bunroku Campaign in 1592 and Keicho Campaign in 1597.
  818. He joined the Chikugo-Tachibana clan, which was the descendent of TACHIBANA no Kimiyori and TACHIBANA no Toshimichi by marrying a daughter, and became the ancestor of the Kamachi clan.
  819. He joined the Chikujo-kai again.
  820. He joined the Conspiracy of Hamaguri-gomon Gate as a scout in 1863.
  821. He joined the Coup on September 30, 1863.
  822. He joined the East squad at the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600, and fought against Yoshitaka KUKI (the West squad) along with Mitsuyoshi WAKEBE and Nobutaka TOMITA.
  823. He joined the East squad at the Battle of Sekigahara in September, 1600.
  824. He joined the Enomoto's army supporting the bakufu army, although a pacifist Yukichi had stopped him.
  825. He joined the Environmental Agency from the outset of the Agency's establishment, after serving at the Ministry of Health and Welfare.
  826. He joined the Hamaguri Gate Incident as a feudal retainer of Choshu Domain.
  827. He joined the Ikedaya Incident which made Shinsengumi famous, a member of Isami KONDO platoon.
  828. He joined the Kihei-tai Troop and fought in the Boshin War.
  829. He joined the Kimmon no Hen (Conspiracy of Kimmon).
  830. He joined the Liberal Party (in Japan) (which later became the Liberal Democrat Party).
  831. He joined the Liberal Party in July 1883.
  832. He joined the Mibu gang around June 1863, and his name can be found in "the list of members who signed a petition submitted to bakufu (feudal government headed by a shogun)" dated July 10.
  833. He joined the Ministry of Justice of the Meiji government in the following year, and because he was good at French, he was sent to France to study, and after returning, he was appointed by Toshimichi OKUBO.
  834. He joined the Renpeikan dojo (3, Kudan-kita), which was one of the Big Three Dojo in Edo run by 'Powerful Saito' (Yakuro SAITO).
  835. He joined the Roshigumi (an organization of masterless samurai) upon its formation in 1863 and left for Kyoto, remaining there with Kondo and forming the Shinsengumi after the group split.
  836. He joined the Roshigumi in 1863.
  837. He joined the Roshigumi in February 1863.
  838. He joined the Sabaku faction (supporters of the Tokugawa family) in the disturbance at the end of the Edo Period because he was born in a family of pedigree of a Fudai Daimyo (Japanese feudal lord in hereditary vassal to the Tokugawa family), and he served as a guard for the Nijo-jo Castle in September, 1863.
  839. He joined the Sanjo side when Ichijo Dainagon (chief councilor) and a certain Sanjo started to fight near his house in July, 1419.
  840. He joined the Satsuma Domain troops and fought in the series of battles from north Kanto region to Aizu.
  841. He joined the Seventh Corps and went to Kyoto.
  842. He joined the Shinsengumi after autumn of 1863.
  843. He joined the Shinsengumi along with Ito and others.
  844. He joined the Shinsengumi around August 1863.
  845. He joined the Shinsengumi around June, 1863.
  846. He joined the Shinsengumi as an assistant vice commander soon after the inauguration of the special police.
  847. He joined the Shinsengumi by applying for membership recruitment offered by Isami KONDO, the head of the group, in 1865.
  848. He joined the Shinsengumi by applying for membership recruitment which had been conducted in Osaka and Kyoto areas until January 1865.
  849. He joined the Shinsengumi in 1864.
  850. He joined the Shinsengumi in 1867, and after he was defeated in the Battle of Toba Fushimi and the Battle of Koshu-Katsunuma during the Boshin War, he went to Aizu via Nagareyama.
  851. He joined the Shinsengumi in around 1866.
  852. He joined the Shinsengumi in around 1867.
  853. He joined the Shinsengumi through the 1865 recruitment notice announced in Edo.
  854. He joined the Shinsengumi through the membership recruitment notice that was distributed in the Keihan area by December 1864.
  855. He joined the Siege of Odawara as umamawari (horse guard).
  856. He joined the Tokugawa side with his father in Osaka no Jin (the Siege of Osaka) started in 1614.
  857. He joined the West squad at the Battle of Sekigahara (1600), and joined the attack to the Tango no kuni Tanabe-jo Castle (Tango Province).
  858. He joined the Yomiuri Shimbun and came to be in charge of the illustrations for current affairs.
  859. He joined the anti-Nobunaga network.
  860. He joined the anti-shogunate movement with his father and younger brother, and rendered distinguished services.
  861. He joined the army as Goshinpei (a member of one of the Imperial Guards).
  862. He joined the army as a staff officer in the Boshin War and captured the domain of Aizu.
  863. He joined the army of the MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune in the fight to hunt down and kill Ise-Heishi (Taira clan); at the battle of Yashima, he demonstrated his prowess as a warrior; for example, he burned down the fortress after the Taira's army escaped to the sea and made the Taira's army give up the will to counterattack.
  864. He joined the army to hunt down and kill the Heike family as a retainer of Yoshitsune.
  865. He joined the artillery regiment in Ichikawa, but was discharged eight days later.
  866. He joined the assassination of Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA, the thirteenth seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") at the Muromachi Imperial palace with the miyoshi sanninshu (three chief retainers of the Miyoshi clan).
  867. He joined the attack of Osumi Province following Takahisa SHIMAZU in 1555.
  868. He joined the battle as a vassal of Ieyasu in the Battle of Anegawa (1570), the Battle of Mikatagahara (1572), the Battle of Komaki-Nagakute (1584), or the Odawara Campaign (1590) and showed distinguished military exploits.
  869. He joined the conquest of Gohojo clan (Odawara Campaign) in 1590.
  870. He joined the corps in around June 1863, and his name was on the 'Bakufu Teishutsu Josho Shomeisha Ichiran' (List of Signers for Official Documents Submitted to the Shogunate) which was submitted on July 10, 1863.
  871. He joined the corps in or after July 1863, and he participated in the Coup of August 18.
  872. He joined the council, which was the consultative body of the national administration, but did not participate in the meeting quite often, on account of his claiming to be sick, and the council fell apart after a short period of time.
  873. He joined the direct imperial rule of Emperor Godaigo, who was enthroned in 1318, and became a kurodo (chamberlain).
  874. He joined the family lineage of the Seiga family (one of the highest court noble families in Japan at that time) during this period.
  875. He joined the government after the Meiji Restoration, and then he was assigned to National Printing Bureau of Ministry of the Treasury in 1872 and became the Governor of Tokyo in 1882.
  876. He joined the government, mainly working on financial affairs.
  877. He joined the group along with his father Chosuke, but his father died of disease before revenge was realized.
  878. He joined the group by June 1863.
  879. He joined the invasion of Korea as metsuke (inspector of foot soldiers).
  880. He joined the invasion of Kyushu in 1587.
  881. He joined the launch of Seichugumi Organization formed by the young feudal retainers of Satsuma Domain.
  882. He joined the navy, succeeding his father, and became a navy major.
  883. He joined the new government after the Meiji Restoration and was appointed to the governor of Esashi Prefecture, following the Haihan-chiken (abolition of feudal domains and establishment of prefectures) in 1871.
  884. He joined the reserve duty after served as a Chief of Regulation Division, Administration Office, Ministry of Army.
  885. He joined the right side of Dairi Utaawase (the palace poetry contest) as Echizen no kami (Governor of Echizen Province) in 1078 and won.
  886. He joined the sect led by the Kanpaku (chief adviser to the Emperor) Masamichi TAKATSUKASA and submitted a report with his opinion about reform of the Imperial court.
  887. He joined the shinsengumi around August of 1864.
  888. He joined the shogunate government as one of the shobanshu (officials who accompany the shogun) and served the government during the reigns of the 4th shogun Yoshimochi ASHIKAGA and the 6th shogun Yoshinori ASHIKAGA.
  889. He joined the the Siege of Osaka, but he was punished by being deprived of his fief after the Summer Siege of 1615.
  890. He joined the translation project of "Hyakkazensho (Encyclopedia, or systematic dictionary of the sciences, arts, and crafts)" and was in charge of translation of 'geology,' 'orchardry' and 'history of ancient time' (which introduced the subject of archaeology to Japan for the first time).
  891. He joined the van of Toshiie's army with over 3000 horsemen and attacked Hachioji-jo Castle.
  892. He joined the war to capture Namwon (the Battle of the Namwon Castle).
  893. He joined to the Shinsengumi in 1864.
  894. He joined up with the Tokugawa side in the Siege of Osaka in 1614.
  895. He joined with Doyo SASAKI 's army which marched towards the eastern countries to subjugate Takauji ASHIKAGA, who had become independent in the Kanto region after the Nakasendai no Ran (Nakasendai War) in 1335.
  896. He jointly ran a business of pawnbroking with a former shogunate retainer, but failed.
  897. He keeps advising Tokubei to cut off Yohei as soon as possible.
  898. He kept a diary for 36 years, starting from the day before he first went into service at Edo Castle until the day before he died.
  899. He kept a diary, called the "Keikaiki" (Worthless Record, Continued), and also wrote a poetry anthology, entitled the "Michikatsu NAKANOIN collection."
  900. He kept a woman in Hachijo mura village.
  901. He kept advocating innovative and ambitious theories such as the quantum theory of non-local field and the theory of elementary domain, and was active at the forefront of Physics until his last days.
  902. He kept being routed with Masachika KUMEBE and others, and surrendered to the new government army in Choshi City on November 18, 1868.
  903. He kept friends with Junichiro TANIZAKI and appeared with his children in Tanizaki's essay 'The moon and a kyogen performer' (1949).
  904. He kept himself out of power all his life and declined the offer when he was asked to join the Hayashi Cabinet as the Minister of Education.
  905. He kept his original style even after becoming a disciple of Shoseki GO at the age of 30.
  906. He kept his position of the captain of the Internal Affairs Secretariat.
  907. He kept his position of the gijo.
  908. He kept his territory in good condition refurbishing Tsuchiura Castle, pulling Mito-Kiado Road into the castle town.
  909. He kept making a peace overture with the Heishi clan in Harima Province and tried to bring the Monk-Emperor with him to the North and Omi, but he gave up on this idea.
  910. He kept on fighting together with the Sendai clan soldiers and surrendered in Sendai.
  911. He kept on resisting until Yoshisada ISSHIKI was murdered by the Hosokawa clan.
  912. He kept on touring and went to Echizen Province, Iyo Province and Ise Province and so on.
  913. He kept painting in spite of his illness.
  914. He kept praying to Amida Buddha in front of graves in Ryuko-in Temple (Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City).
  915. He kept saying to those around him that he would become a monk.
  916. He kept shouting at the boat until the boat was out of sight.
  917. He kept studying, and became the chief priest of Daigan-ji Temple(大巌寺) in Bingzhou, moved to the Xuanzhongsi Temple in Shibi, then to Yozan-ji Temple (遥山寺) in Mt. Pingyao (平遥山) of Fenzhou, where he died.
  918. He kept the conventional version of the theory with Soun as 'a later bloomer' who died at the age of 88.
  919. He kept the flow of money transparent.
  920. He kept the last name Iida and changed his first name to Tadahiko.
  921. He kept the position of chief executive for Rokuhara for the next 17 years.
  922. He kept the post until 1973.
  923. He kept the promise with the late emperor and escaped towards Shokuzan and protected the the crown prince who became the new emperor and the empress dowager.
  924. He kept writing without sleeping or resting for many days and he slept while sitting at desk when exhaustion reached to the limit, after having enough sleep, he started writing again.
  925. He kicked the mari (ball) while standing on a table, but no sound was heard'
  926. He kicked the mari while standing on the shoulders of a samurai, but the samurai did not notice'
  927. He killed Iezumi KAKIMI, a busho of the West squad, and others and surrendered to the East squad; he was allowed to survive by Ieyasy while obtaining Shoryo Ando to be the first lord of the Hitoyoshi clan with 20,000 koku (approximately 3.6 million liters of crop yield).
  928. He killed King Munmu and won a substantial victory, then participated in the government by the Imperial Court as bokusha (minister) in the following year.
  929. He killed Norinotsukasa at the Emperor Tenmu's funeral.
  930. He killed OSHIKAWACHI no Katabu who had profaned a Shinto ritual and run away, by order of Emperor Yuryaku.
  931. He killed Onodono (Agogoryonin), the mother of Nagamasa, after cutting off her fingers, one each day.
  932. He killed Prince Yakabe the next day.
  933. He killed Prince Yatsurishirohiko with a sword first, and then planned to kill Prince Sakai no Kurohiko and Prince Mayowa.
  934. He killed Shinpei YAMAZAKI, a busho on the Azai clan's side in the Battle of Anegawa in 1570 and was granted 1,000 koku of rice from Yasu County, Omi Province by Hideyoshi in 1574.
  935. He killed Toyohisa SHIMAZU, a vassal of Yoshihiro, in this battle.
  936. He killed Yoshiaki MIURA (the Battle of Kinugasa Castle).
  937. He killed Yoshinaga OUCHI whom Harutaka had set up as the puppet lord of the Ouchi clan.
  938. He killed himself by taking poison after fasting.
  939. He killed himself in an explosion with the famous Hiragumo tea kettle.
  940. He killed himself in an explosion, which had never happened before in the recorded history of Japan.
  941. He killed himself in the Senjojiki (a hall of 1,000 mats) of Osaka-jo Castle in the end.
  942. He killed himself on September 9 saying to his eldest legitimate son, Yorinaka TADA who was in Settsu Province in his will that 'The Tada family has never served Buke (samurai family) for generations, and if you will serve Shogun, change the family name to Nose.'
  943. He kills Okumi's father and Matsuwaka's fiancee Nowaki hime (princess) who came to see Matsuwaka.
  944. He knew Gidayu MORIMOTO and Kakubei IIDA since they were boys together.
  945. He knew Yusoku-kojitsu (ancient practices and usages) well and promoted studies about Imperial rituals and court classics by holding an annual event of Uta awase (waka poetry meeting) in 1366.
  946. He knew in detail about Yusoku-kojitsu (knowledge of court rules, ceremony, decorum and records of the past) and constantly studied the ancient rites with other intellectuals at that time, Tokikata HIRAMATSU, Motokazu HIGASHIZONO, Sadamoto NONOMIYA, Kinzumi SHIGENOI, and Munetsune TAKAHASHI.
  947. He knew that he was going to die in Shinohara even before he went to the war.
  948. He knew that the army of Chosokabe would arrive sooner or later.
  949. He knew the Yusoku kojitsu well (to study traditional Imperial events or regulations and so on), he wrote a practical guide, "Kinpi shio."
  950. He labored for holding Kyoto Expo at the age of 63, in 1877.
  951. He laid the foundation for Mori's future pirate fleet.
  952. He laid the foundation for future Nobunaga's dramatic rise by contributing 4000 kanmon to the Imperial Court at the time of the transfer of Ise-jingu Shrin to establish a friendship with the Imperial Courte, along with above-mentioned great achievements.
  953. He laid the foundation for the Middle Age lyrical poems by introducing the strained quiet loneliness and beauty of silence period making a significant contribution to the art of Japanese poetry.
  954. He laid the foundation of the Jodo Sect by preaching that there is no other way but praying to Amitabha wholeheartedly to be granted the gokuraku ojo posthumously.
  955. He laid the foundations of the Mitsui Family (the later Mitsui Zaibatsu).
  956. He lameneded for the lack of work by saying 'the glorious days of ninja has gone'.
  957. He lamented the death of his second wife and wrote a novel entitled "Joen-ki."
  958. He lamented the deterioration of Toshodai-ji Temple and established the 'Todai-ji Kaidan-in Jukai Shiki' (ceremony to impart the Buddhist precepts on priests and nuns at Kaidan-in of Todai-ji Temple) in 1122 to promote the restoration of kairitsu (religious precepts of Buddhism).
  959. He lamented the tendency after the Meiji Restoration for the introduction of Western products of culture and the fading of Japanese traditional values, and some people including Akinori established Seitokusha in Kameoka (the name was changed from Kameyama in 1869).
  960. He lamented, 'My life must be coming to its end,' and did in fact die a few days later.
  961. He later also studied under Sajuro BABA and Hoken KATSURAGAWA.
  962. He later also worked as an actor, appearing in several films including a starring role in the comedy "Gantan no Satsuei."
  963. He later appeared as a ghost whenever Tamemoto was under peril and assisted him once in a while.
  964. He later appeared in the movies made by Kokusai Katsuei, Shochiku Kamata Film Studio and Shochiku Kyoto Film Studio.
  965. He later ascended to the rank of Gon Shosozu (Junior lesser prelate).
  966. He later assumed the position of Kanto moshitsugi (court-appointed liaison with the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun)) with his father-in-law.
  967. He later became Chori (chief priest) of Onjo-ji Temple and the Emperor's gojiso (a priest who prays to guard the emperor).
  968. He later became Danjuro ICHIKAWA the Ninth.
  969. He later became Danzo ICHIKAWA the Ninth.
  970. He later became Fukusuke NAKAMURA the Fifth.
  971. He later became Gado KATAOKA the 13th (he was also granted the name of Nizaemon KATAOKA the 14th after his death).
  972. He later became Gonnosuke KAWARASAKI the Fifth.
  973. He later became Hikojuro BANDO the Second.
  974. He later became Hikosaburo BANDO the Fifth.
  975. He later became Ichizo KATAOKA the Fourth.
  976. He later became Kaishun NAKAMURA the Second.
  977. He later became Kanemon NAKAMURA the Second.
  978. He later became Kanemon NAKAMURA the Third.
  979. He later became Kikugoro ONOE the Third.
  980. He later became Kikujiro ONOE III.
  981. He later became Kinnosuke YOROZUYA.
  982. He later became Mitsugoro BANDO the Eighth.
  983. He later became Mitsugoro BANDO the Fourth.
  984. He later became Mitsugoro BANDO the Ninth.
  985. He later became Mitsugoro BANDO the Third.
  986. He later became Musashi no kuni no kami (Governor of Musashi Province) from jiju (a chamberlain).
  987. He later became Nakasuke NAKAMURA the Third.
  988. He later became Nizaemon KATAOKA (the 11th).
  989. He later became Oyamato no kami (a director general of Japan) of Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  990. He later became Riko NAKAMURA the First.
  991. He later became Shinshichi ONOE IV.
  992. He later became Shoju ONOE I.
  993. He later became Sutemaru.
  994. He later became Takasuke SUKETAKAYA II.
  995. He later became Tamasaburo BANDO the Second.
  996. He later became Tanosuke SAWAMURA the Fifth.
  997. He later became Tanosuke SAWAMURA the Sixth.
  998. He later became Tanosuke SAWAMURA the Third.
  999. He later became Tokizo NAKAMURA IV.
  1000. He later became Tokizo NAKAMURA the Second.

102001 ~ 103000

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