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  1. After Motonari died, he educated Terumoto MORI, who became the new family head, strictly as an uncle and parental supervisor.
  2. After Motonari's younger sister, his daughter was also received at the court as the consort to Emperor Gomizunoo and had four princes and two princesses.
  3. After Motonori's adopted son Motokata HIGASHISONO, the highest attainable position was Dainagon (Major Counselor).
  4. After Mototaka MATSUDA challenged Daikaku (a disciple of Nichizo), who was doing missionary work in Bizen during Kenmu and Rekio era (1334-1341), on a religious debate and lost, and he protected this.
  5. After Mototsuna's death, his inheritance property was divided into three parts, and Nobutsuna inherited a little more than 6,300 koku (about 1,136.5 cubic meters) crop yields, Tomotsuna a little more than 2,015 koku (about 363.5 cubic meters) crop yields, Tanetsuna succeeded a little more than 1,100 koku (about 198.4 cubic meters), respectively, and Tomotsuna became a hatamoto.
  6. After Motouji died, Ujitsuna, who was dissatisfied with the way he had been treated at the time, rebelled in 1368 taking advantage of the incident of Musashiheiikki (a rebellion caused by a samurai group called Heiikki) which occurred in Musashi Province; however, the rebellion was eventually subdued by Motouji's son, Ujimitsu ASHIKAGA, and he surrendered.
  7. After Motoya IZUMI withdrew from Association for Japanese Noh Plays, Motoya and his sisters have had few opportunities to perform with other 'Noh' performers.
  8. After Motoya appeared in an NHK Historical drama "Tokimune HOJO" in 2001, his popularity soared and offers for kyogen performance and TV programs rapidly increased.
  9. After Motoyoshi's appointment, most of the heads of the Sono family were promoted to Gon Dainagon, which raised the family rank and practically made Gon Dainagon Kyokkan of the family.
  10. After Mubarak, his first son Jabir became the eighth, his second son Salim became the ninth and Jabir's son, Ahmad became the tenth chief.
  11. After Muin died, he went to Owari Province in 1415 and founded Zuisen-ji Temple in Inuyama.
  12. After Multiple Simultaneous Terrorism acts in the U.S. occurred, JR Tokai has patrolled the areas along the Shinkansen line, 24 hours a day, in cooperation with a security company affiliated to it.
  13. After Muneakira's death, his adoptive child, Munehide MATSUDAIRA (the third son of Munetada, the fourth lord of the domain) succeeded the head of the family.
  14. After Munenori's death, when Iemitsu was in trouble, he would often say, 'How would Munenori deal with this problem if he were alive?'
  15. After Munetaka's death, the Murata Date family became extinct because of no inheritor.
  16. After Murashige escaped, abandoning his wife and children in October during the same year, Arioka-jo Castle fell and most of the Araki family were executed.
  17. After Murashige's escape, Tomoteru was captured despite his resistance, but he narrowly escaped the death sentence because his son Ukon and the others had implored Nobunaga to spare Tomoteru's life, and Tomoteru was thus ousted and transferred to Echizen Province.
  18. After Muromachi period
  19. After Muso Soseki (a Buddhist priest of the Rinzai Sect given the title of Kokushi (the preacher of an Emperor) seven times) died, he played a central role in the Muso School, together with his senior schoolmate, Shunoku Myoha.
  20. After Mutsu's death, his comrades such as Saionji, Hoshi, and Hara started on Rikken Seiyukai (a political party organized by Hirobumi ITO) with Ito at their head.
  21. After Muzen HAYASHI of Ise Province retires from his position, he starts on a journey with his youngest son, Sakunoji.
  22. After Myoen, the Enpa School declined.
  23. After Myoha, who had been in a feud with Yoriyuki HOSOKAWA, the kanrei (shogun's deputy) of the Ashikaga Shogunate, secluded himself in Tango Province, and he played a leading role in the Muso School while serving as the juji of Kennin-ji, Nanzen-ji, Tenryu-ji, and Rinsen-ji Temples consecutively.
  24. After NISHIKAWA and Toshihiko SAKAI made salutation speeches, the participants spent entertaining hours and the celebration ended in the evening.
  25. After Nagamasa ASAI lost the Battle of Anegawa against Nobunaga ODA in June 1570, he served Nobunaga and worked to safeguard a barrier located in Suruhari-toge Pass where Nakasen-do Road and Hokkoku Kaido Road were merged.
  26. After Nagamasa's death, Junsho TSUTSUI gained power in Yamato, and the military commander Hisahide MATSUNAGA was sent by Nagayoshi to suppress that power.
  27. After Nagatsugu's death in 1558, Nagakatsu was raised by his maternal grandfather, Zenemon FUJIKAKE, and named himself 'Fujikake.'
  28. After Nagayasu's death, his successor Nagakatsu HIRANO worked on the construction of the jinya (regional government office).
  29. After Nagayori recaptured Yagi-jo Castle, he took on the responsibility of being guardian to Chikatsumaru, yet regardless, he succeeded to the Naito clan surname, changing his name to Munekatsu NAITO.
  30. After Nagayoshi MIYOSHI's death, the government by the Miyoshi clan strayed and easily abandoned Kyo to Nobunaga ODA who succeeded with the support of Hisahide MATSUNAGA, Kofuku-ji Temple, Nagamasa AZAI, and so on.
  31. After Nagayoshi died from an illness, the Miyoshi clan assassinated shogun Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA who tried to take back the real power (Eiroku Incident), and the Miyoshi clan greatly shook their own righteousness to control.
  32. After Nagayoshi died, he and the Miyoshi Sanninshu (Triumvirate) murdered Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA, the 13th shogun to rule the Kinai region.
  33. After Nagayoshi died, he supported the young head of the family, Yoshitsugu MIYOSHI allied with other Miyoshi sanninshu and Hisahide MATSUNAGA, and ultimately assassinated Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA in 1565 (the Eiroku no Hen) (Conspiracy of Eiroku).
  34. After Nagayoshi's death, the family estate of the Miyoshi clan was taken over by the adopted son of Nagayoshi, Yoshitsugu ASHIKAGA (son of Kazumasa SOGO).
  35. After Naishi no kami and Naishi no suke became a mere facade, actual roles of Naishi no tsukasa were pursued centering on Koto no naishi.
  36. After Naka no Kimi went to the capital, Ben took charge of her residence in Uji during the absence of her mistress.
  37. After Nakakane ITSUTSUJI (year of birth and death unknown) the family name was changed to the Itsutsuji.
  38. After Nakamaro fell from the position in 764, the titles were returned to the former names, however, the Tang name was often used as another name or an elegant name of the government post.
  39. After Nakamaro gripped full powers of the court, he was with ISHIKAWA no Toshitari or FUNYA no Kiyomi and became the third rank in Daijokan (Grand Council of State), but was placed politically in a misfortune situation.
  40. After Nakaoka's assassination in November 1867, he raised a voluntary army near Mt. Koya in the following month and fought against local governors and various clans as Fukutaicho-kaku of Washinoo-tai Corps lead by Takatsumu WASHINOO.
  41. After Naoie's death, Nobunaga ordered the incorporation of the Ukita army into Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI's expeditionary force, and together they travelled to Chugoku district to help Hideyoshi's attack on Takamatsu-jo Castle (Bicchu Province).
  42. After Naokatsu moved his seat of power to Hikone-jo Castle in 1606, Sawayama-jo Castle was abandoned.
  43. After Naomasa II succeeded in several military exploits, he accompanied Ieyasu when Ieyasu entered the Kanto area in 1590, and was given the Minowa-jo Castle in Kozuke Province with 120, 000 koku (approximately 21.6 million liters of crop yield).
  44. After Naomasa's death, his child, Naokatsu II moved to Hikone, Omi Province in 1604 and built a castle.
  45. After Naomasa's death, there was a rumor among the local people that the ghost of Mitsunari was wandering around the castle town, and upon hearing this rumor Ieyasu ordered the disposal of everything related to Mitsunari, including Sawayama-jo Castle.
  46. After Naosuke II was assassinated in the 1860 Sakuaradamon-gai no hen (incident outside Sakurada-mon Gate), he recommended kobu gattai (integration of the court and the shogunate) and marrying Kazunomiya off to someone outside the Imperial family.
  47. After Naosuke II was assassinated in the Sakuradamongai Incident in 1860, she was arrested by samurai of sonnojoi ha (supporters of the doctrine of restoring the emperor and expelling the barbarians) and pilloried at Sanjo-gawara Riverside for three days and three nights in 1862.
  48. After Naosuke's death, the Bakufu placed the responsibility for this disturbance and confusion in their administration upon Naosuke, and confiscated 100, 000 koku (approximately 18 million liters of crop yield) from the Ii family.
  49. After Nariakira's death he attempted to leave the domain with his forty comrades including Toshimichi OKUBO, but as Tadayoshi SHIMAZU, lord of the domain, dissuaded him from leaving, he then assumed the post of Ometsuke-yaku (inspector general).
  50. After Nariakira's death, he went to Edo to study under Tarozaemon EGAWA and Sokken YASUI and later assumed the position of the head teacher of a private school to bring up the next generation.
  51. After Narisada MAKINO retired, Tsunayoshi appointed Yoshiyasu YANAGISAWA, who had been MAKINO's close aide since MAKINO was Karo of the Tatebayashi domain, and showed more favor to Yoshiyasu than to Makino.
  52. After Narisada, his adopted son Nariharu MAKINO became head of the Makino family and his eldest son (Narinaka MAKINO) continued the family line however, because Narinaka died early (age 21) Sadamichi was called upon to inherit the role of family head.
  53. After Nichiren died, Nikko subsequently left Mt. Minobu in disagreement with Sanenaga HAKII.
  54. After Nichiren's death, Nichiko returned home and entered Honmyo-ji Temple.
  55. After Nichiren's death, however, some of his disciples argued that Buddha was honbutsu (principal object of worship) while some others argued that Nichiren was honbutsu, due to split among disciples, etc.
  56. After Nicholas went back to Russia in spite of Emperor Meiji's apology, on May 20, a woman named Yuko HATAKEYAMA slit her throat with a razor in front of the Kyoto Prefectural Office to express contrition by her death, and after she died she was called 'retsujo (valiant woman) in Bosyu'.
  57. After Nikkai, the word Honinbo became the title of the a grand master of Go to be inherited its successors.
  58. After Nioumiya has returned to the capital, he frequently sends poems to Uji, but Hachi no Miya always has Naka no Kimi reply to his poems.
  59. After Nobuaki MATSUDAIRA died, Ienari himself came to the center stage of the administration as a shogun (and later, as an "ogosho").
  60. After Nobuhide died of disease in 1441 at the age of twenty-eight, his younger brother Nobutaka TAKEDA succeeded him and ruled Wakasa and Aki Provinces.
  61. After Nobukatsu died, he was forgiven for his offence and he became a vassal of Nobunaga.
  62. After Nobukatsu gave his territory in Kozuke Province to his forth son Nobuyoshi ODA, he began to rule Yamato Province which produced 28,000 koku.
  63. After Nobumine MATSUDAIRA of the Katahara-Matsudaira family replaced the Aoyama clan as the lord of the Kameyama Domain in 1749, Matsudaira family took charge for generations.
  64. After Nobumitsu restored it, the clan was still annoyed with the rebellion of influential local samurai, the arbitrary behavior of shugodai (deputy of shugo) Atobe clan, the strife inside the clan and the invasion by neighboring provinces.
  65. After Nobumori died, and knowing that there had not been a betrayal, Ufu (Nobunaga) was remorseful and forgave Masakatsu, incorporating him into Jonosuke Nobutada's army.
  66. After Nobunaga ODA died at the Honnoji Incident of 1582, Morimasa started serving Katsuie SHIBATA.
  67. After Nobunaga ODA died in 1582, Kiyomasa followed Hideyoshi and participated in the Battle of Yamazaki.
  68. After Nobunaga ODA entered Kyoto in 1568, Yukan was in charge of government affairs in Keiki (the area around Kyoto), appointed as Yuhitsu (amanuensis) of the Oda family.
  69. After Nobunaga ODA invaded Takashima County in 1572, Nobuzumi ODA governed the county, and the Omizo-jo Castle was built according to the nawabari (castle plan; general term for the layout of a castle and its component structures) developed by Mitsuhide AKECHI in 1579.
  70. After Nobunaga ODA ousted Yoshiaki, he began to subdue several busho (warlords) in Tanba who opposed him, and instructed Mitsuhide AKECHI to govern Tanba in 1575.
  71. After Nobunaga ODA took control of Kyoto, he also examined Nobunaga, and was presented with agarwood, a famous incense.
  72. After Nobunaga ODA was killed at the Honnoji Coup in 1582, Kokei conducted a memorial service marking the 100th day after Nobunaga's death by Rikyu's request, and also served as officiating monk during Nobunaga's funeral which was held by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  73. After Nobunaga ODA was killed in the Honnoji Incident, the troops of Tokugawa invaded Koshin, which were territories of Oda, and put them under its control.
  74. After Nobunaga ODA's conquest of the Kinki region, his vassals started to build yaguras in their castles, and such construction spread nationwide.
  75. After Nobunaga ate the dishes which Tsubouchi cooked, he was going to execute him because 'It was sloppy.'
  76. After Nobunaga died an unnatural death in the Honnoji no Hen (the Conspiracy of Honno-ji Temple) in June 1582, Hideyoshi rose up as a tenkabito (ruler of the country) and Mitsunari gradually emerged as an aide of Hideyoshi.
  77. After Nobunaga died and Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI took over the power, he became a retainer of Hideyoshi by the recommendation of Ittetsu INABA, and became a trusted vassal along with Hidenobu ODA, who was his nephew and the head of the Oda clan, Yoshisato ROKKAKU, who was a maternal relative, and Sadamichi INABA (jiju of Sone).
  78. After Nobunaga died by Honnoji Incident in 1582, when Nobusumi TSUDA was killed by Nobutaka ODA and Nagahide NIWA, Yoritaka had no involvement in it observing calmly.
  79. After Nobunaga died due to Honnoji Incident in June 1582, Kagetomo obstructed the advance of the Mitsuhide AKECHI force toward Omi Province with his older brother.
  80. After Nobunaga died in 1582, as a vassal of Hideyoshi he joined and performed well in the Battle of Yamazaki, the Battle of Shizugatake, the Siege of Odawara, the Bunroku campaign and so on and was given Sanuki Province 171.8 thousand koku crop yields.
  81. After Nobunaga died in July 1582, Hideyoshi was establishing his status as his successor, and Hidetsugu was given important posts by Hideyoshi as one of a few relatives.
  82. After Nobunaga died in the Honnoji Incident in 1582, he planned to become an independent daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) in Mino Province.
  83. After Nobunaga died, Daiki played an important role while serving Hideyoshi.
  84. After Nobunaga died, Hideyoshi and her foster father Katsuie confronted each other, and Katsuie lost at the Shizugatake War in 1583, then Ichi committed suicide with Katsuie.
  85. After Nobunaga died, Katsutoyo continued to be active as Hideyoshi's vassal.
  86. After Nobunaga died, he served Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI and played an important role in the Siege of Odawara and the Invasion of Korea.
  87. After Nobunaga died, he served Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, often held tea ceremonies as a master of tea ceremony actively, and owned a masterpiece of tea utensils, Koseto katatsuki chaire (tea leaves pot with Koseto style) (Katatsuki HASEGAWA).
  88. After Nobunaga died, his successor, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, carried out the first nation-wide land survey (which is called the "Taiko Kenchi" because one of Hideyoshi's official titles was "Taiko").
  89. After Nobunaga was assassinated by Mitsuhide AKECHI in the Honnoji Incident, he stood by Katsuie SHIBATA at first, but then served Hideyoshi HASHIBA as a subordinate.
  90. After Nobunaga was assassinated by his vassal in the Incident at Honno-ji in 1582, during a stay at Tomo in Bingo, Yoshiaki tried to go up to Kyoto again with Terumoto MORI's help and besought Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI and Katsuie SHIBATA as well.
  91. After Nobunaga was killed at Honno-ji Temple, the remains of Nobunaga and his son, Nobutada ODA, were brought back to Amida-ji Temple and buried there.
  92. After Nobunaga was killed at the Honnoji Incident in 1582, Oda clan split into two groups (one is of Nobukatsu ODA, the second son, another is Nobutaka ODA, the third son).
  93. After Nobunaga was killed by Mitsuhide AKECHI at the incident of Honno-ji Temple, Hideyoshi went back to Kyoto to manage other warriors' activities, and defeated Mitsuhide at the battle of Yamazaki, which resulted him in becoming Nobunaga's successor.
  94. After Nobunaga was killed by his vassal Mitsuhide AKECHI on July 1, 1582 in the Honnoji Incident, Kazumasu TAKIGAWA, who was the Oda family's Kanto Kanrei (a shogunal deputy for the Kanto region) was defeated by the Gohojo clan in the Battle of Kannagawa River and retreated to Ise.
  95. After Nobunaga was killed in the Honnoji Incident in 1582, he joined the camp of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI and distinguished himself in the Battle of Yamasaki.
  96. After Nobunaga was killed in the Honnoji Incident, Kiyonobu came to serve Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, the virtual successor of Nobunaga and became Umamawari (horse guards).
  97. After Nobunaga went to Kyoto, Yoshitsugu MIYOSHI, Hisahide MATSUNAGA, and others who had controlled the central government knew the power of Nobunaga and served him.
  98. After Nobunaga's death
  99. After Nobunaga's death he served Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI and was assigned as the governor of the land directly controlled by Taiko Hideyoshi in Omi Takashima County and Ano county, Ise Province, joined the Siege of Odawara, and was approved for land ownership of Kutsuki-dani twenty thousand koku (approximately 3.6 million liters of crop yield)
  100. After Nobunaga's death, Omi became the debatable ground between Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI and Katstuie SHIBATA, whose foundations were laid in 'Kinai' and 'Fukui Domain of Echigo Province,' respectively, and the conflict was settled when Hideyoshi's army won at the Battle of Shizugatake.
  101. After Nobunaga's death, Shigenari served Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, and in 1585, when Hideyoshi was appointed as the Chief Adviser to the Emperor, Shigenari was awarded an official title Oribe-no-Kami, appointed to Jugoinoge; Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade and given a territory worth 35,000 koku in Nishioka, Yamashiro Province.
  102. After Nobunaga's death, Tomoteru appears to have moved from area to area, and finally died as a devout Christian in Kyoto in 1595.
  103. After Nobunaga's death, all of the temple buildings were rebuilt by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA and others.
  104. After Nobunaga's death, the Toyotomi clan took power.
  105. After Nobunaga's death, when Hidekatsu was appointed lord of Tanba Province, Nagakatsu was given 6,000 koku (fief) in the village of Ogumo, Hikami County in Tanaba Province.
  106. After Nobunaga's entrance on the stage
  107. After Nobutada ODA died in the riot occurred at the Nijo Palace, he moved to Sakamoto-jo Castle in Omi no kuni (Omi Province) (Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture) and was engaged in the defense of western provinces.
  108. After Nobutaka was defeated and surrendered, Hidenobu moved to a temporary residence in Azuchi-jo Castle with military equipment and was then placed under the guardian of Nobukatsu ODA.
  109. After Nobutaka's death, however, Yoshitaka SATOMI attacked and destroyed Nobutaka's successor Nobumasa MARIYA and put the Mariya clan under his control.
  110. After Nobutoyo, his successors Nobutoki, Nobuyasu and Nobunao TAKEDA were not shown in the general record of Wakasa Takeda clan, and the biography of Nobunao is unknown.
  111. After Nobuyuki died of illness, he followed suit.
  112. After Nobuzane-o, the following members of the Shirakawa family were appointed to the position of Jingi haku: Yasusuke-o, Akiyasu-o, and then Akihiro-o. Some believe, however, that there is no hard evidence that Akiyasu-o became Jingi haku.
  113. After Nobuzumi, the lord of the castle changed constantly from Nagahide NIWA, Mitsuyasu KATO, Chikamasa IKOMA, to Takatsugu KYOGOKU, but the castle had no lords after Takatsugu KYOGOKU was relocated to Omi Hachiman.
  114. After Noda retired from politics, he went back to his home town Miyoshi, named his own house Koun-ji Temple to make it a Zen temple (a temple belonging to the Zen sect), and spent his remaining years there.
  115. After Nonin's death, Kakuan HIGASHIYAMA, Nonin's disciple, succeeded in the religious order and continued propagation activities, together with Ejo KOUN (1198 - 1280), at Mt. Tonomine in Yamato Province (Nara Prefecture).
  116. After Noriaki UESUGI returned to the post of Kanto-shitsuji, his son Toshinori UESUGI succeeded this post and it became the hereditary post of the Uesugi clan.
  117. After Noriaki died, he fought against forces in the Kanto region, such as Ujitsuna UTSUNOMIYA, in cooperation with Noriharu UESUGI who succeeded to the position of Kanto Kanrei, and then took strong control of the Kanto region.
  118. After Norifusa died in 1525, she returned to her parents' home.
  119. After Noriko became the wet nurse of Imperial Prince Takahira, the fourth prince of Emperor Takakura, he expanded his network of contacts at the Imperial Court.
  120. After Noriuji ISSHIKI left, Yorinao SHONI switched to the bakufu side.
  121. After Nosai, a celebration is held.
  122. After Nunakawa hime composed a poem in reply, the two gods got married on the night of the following day.
  123. After Nyogo FUJIWARA no Inshi died of illness, Imperial Prince Atsugimi was adopted and she became the prince's wife when Emperor Daigo was enthroned.
  124. After OTSUKI no Tomochika was appointed Sadaishi at the end of the 10th century, descendants of his stem family succeeded Sadaishi for generations.
  125. After OZUKI no Tomochika was appointed to the position of Sadaishi (Taifu no shi (senior recorder of Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade)) in 996, many other members of the Ozuki clan were appointed to the position.
  126. After Oamano miko was enthroned, Takechinomiimasukamono kotoshironushi no kami received shini (the rank of deity) for the first time in the history due to that miraculous efficacy.
  127. After Odawara Campaign, he conflicted with Hideyoshi regarding transference between domains and was punished by being deprived of his fief.
  128. After Oguranomiya entered Ise Province, who left the capital trusting to Mitsumasa, he raised an army again under the banner of Oguranomiya.
  129. After Ogurihangan passed away, his younger brother Sukeshige took over the territory and bulit the tombs for Mitsushige and his retainers in Yugyo-ji Temple.
  130. After Omizutori is over, Shushi saho is reopened.
  131. After Onamuchi no kami (Okuninushi) decided on moving over to the province and hid in the realm of the dead, Takamimusubi no kami said to Omononushi no kami (Aramitama and Nigimitama of Okuninushi), 'If you are taking Kunitsu kami as your wife, it means you haven't surrendered your soul yet.
  132. After Onin-Bunmei Wars came to an end, Shugo (provincial constables) and Kokujin (local lords) have extended their power in various places by wresting territories of temples and shrines and so on.
  133. After Ono left Ako, the fate of Ako Domain was left in the hands of Yoshio OISHI.
  134. After Orochi got drunk and slept there, Susanoo took Totsuka no tsurugi (a sword) and cut Orochi into pieces.
  135. After Osakabe no miko (the Prince Osakabe), who was her older brother, died on May 12, 705, and Hatsusebe no himemiko, who was her older sister, died on April 22, 741, she died on March 1, 751, as the child who lived the longest among the children of the Emperor Tenmu.
  136. After Oshima died, Hime no Ason Nukata set to work and in 694 a kon-do and a Joroku Shaka zo (4.85 metre-high statue of Shakyamuni) were built.
  137. After Otomi, his mistress, plunged into the sea together with Yosaburo, her lover, Genzaemon AKAMA, a boss in Kisarazu, he goes to Naka-cho in Kewai-zaka Slope in Kamakura (actually Edo) to dispel the consequent gloom, together with Mirukui no Matsu, his follower, and Heima, his bodyguard.
  138. After Overthrowing the Shogunate
  139. After Pag?s and Petitjean introduced the literatures, the basis for the study was laid out by the thesis written by Ernest Mason Satow and "The Jesuit Mission Press in Japan, 1591-1610" (London privately printed, 1888).
  140. After Paris Exposition, he visited Switzerland, Belgium, Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and Italy as the representative of the bakufu.
  141. After Prime Production
  142. After Prince Mochihito was killed in this battle, the TAIRA no Kiyomori were concerned with having a bad reputation from killing a member of the Imperial family, Kiyomori made a plan and the Prince was given the name of the Genji clan compulsory after he died, and was called 'MINAMOTO no Mochimitsu.'
  143. After Prince Munetaka left the hotel in Katase (Fujisawa City), a procession of court ladies, palanquins, court nobles, attendant warriors and others welcomed the Prince to enter the residence of the shogun in Sagami Province.
  144. After Prince Nagaya lost his power, he became chief councilor of state in 729 and was appointed the position the Minister of the Right in 734.
  145. After Prince Oama got to Mino Province safely and raised his army, he divided the army into two on August 3 and ordered one to go to Omi Province directly and the other to Yamato (Yamato province).
  146. After Prince Sadanaru returned to Japan, he became the president of the British Society.
  147. After Prince Sadanaru returned to Japan, he became the president of the Japanese Exposition and became an honor member of the Cambridge Association.
  148. After Prince Tsunesada was removed from the position of Crown Prince in the Showa Incident of 842, instead the Emperor Montoku succeeded to the throne after Emperor Nimmyo died (850), with the recommendation of his uncle, FUJIWARA no Yoshifusa, who had contributed to the resolution of the incident.
  149. After Prince Umayado who found this out approached her with bargain, she became a wife of Prince Umayado and gave birth to Prince Yamashiro no oe.
  150. After Prince Yamamura read the Imperial edict of dethronement of Emperor Junnin, Emperor Junnin was captured and exiled to Awaji Province.
  151. After Prince Yoshinari, the details regarding the inheritance of descendants, residences, and estates are not known and the person named 'Yotsutsujinomiya' is not yet known.
  152. After Rennyo returns to the capital, he has a dream in which Sutoku becomes a vengeful ghost that leads Tameyoshi and others to attack the Hoju-ji Temple (Kyoto City), in which the Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa resides.
  153. After Retired Emperor Go-Shirakawa, who had opposed this, died in 1192, MINAMOTO no Yoritomo came to be deified by samurai as the originator of a samurai government.
  154. After Returning to Japan
  155. After Rikyu died, Oribe succeeded to Rikyu's position as the tea ceremony master of the Toyotomi family.
  156. After Rikyu's Seppuku (ritual suicide), he was said to have been placed with Nagachika KANAMORI (though there is a different view to this), where he was ordered to stay inside in disciplinary confinement.
  157. After Rikyu's Seppuku (suicide by disembowelment), he was ordered confinement under Ujisato GAMO in Aizu.
  158. After Rikyu's death by ritual suicide, Oribe FURUTA was appointed master of the tea ceremony for the second Tokugawa shogun, Hidetada TOKUGAWA, and instructed various daimyo (feudal lords), including Masakazu KOBORI.
  159. After Ryoma was assassinated, Mutsu, who believed that the assassination was masterminded by Yasushi MIURA, a feudal retainer of Kishu Domain, raided Tenmaya (an inn) with fifteen comrades of Kaientai (Tenmaya Incident) where Yasushi was staying.
  160. After Ryoshin leaves, Gengobe comes again to check whether Sangoro and Koma already drank the poisonous sake.
  161. After Ryuka, the eighth head of the Kondo family, the genealogy divided into Sotsu KONO in Tsu and Muan MURAGUCHI in Tokyo, and further into Muan SUGAMORI in Tokyo; thus there are three genealogies today.
  162. After SERIZAWA and HIRAYAMA fell asleep, Kichiei went to a bathroom.
  163. After SOGA no Umako defeated MONONOBE no Moriya, the Oomuraji, the system of Oomuraji was virtually abolished and Umako became the sole consul; thereafter, the Soga clan monopolized the key positions in politics and SOGA no Emishi, a son of Umako, succeeded Ooomi.
  164. After SUGAWARA no Michizane died, many strange events occurred in Kyoto, and Emperor Daigo's sons died of illness one after another.
  165. After SUGAWARA no Michizane passed away in 903 in Dazaifu where he was wrongly exiled, a succession of accidents occurred in the capital Kyoto such as lightening strikes.
  166. After Sabah became Chief, he named his younger half brother Nawaf, who has the same father, as Crown Prince and his nephew Nasser as Prime Minister, and major positions are taken up by the Jabir line.
  167. After Sadaie KIRA and Mitsuie KIRA; father and son in the early period of the Tojokira clan left for Oshu (Northern Honshu), Tojo's territory became the territory of the Saijokira clan which was a Soryo (government) family and Mitsuyoshi KIRA seized the Tojo-jo Castle.
  168. After Sadanji's death, he joined Eno ICHIKAWA's company from 1935, then he joined Kansai Kabuki from 1948.
  169. After Sadanobu MATSUDAIRA resigned, Ienari TOKUGAWA, the 11th shogun, took the helm of state affairs for about 50 years from the Bunka Bunsei era to the Tenpo era.
  170. After Sadanobu was brought down, Ienari appointed Nobuaki MATSUDAIRA, lord of the Mikawa-Yoshida Domain and an old retainer of the Kansei era, as chief of the Roju.
  171. After Sadatoki defeated TAIRA no Yoritsuna in the TAIRA no Zenmon Disturbance, he denied the policies and personnel affairs that were set while TAIRA no Yoritsuna had power, returning them to what they had been in the reign of his father Tokimune HOJO.
  172. After Sadatoki died in 1311, Takatoki took over as the head of the Tokuso Family of the Hojo clan (patrimonial head of the main branch of the Hojo clan) at the age of 9 and later became shikken at the age of 14.
  173. After Sadayori's death in 1552, he served Sadayori's son Yoshikata ROKKAKU, and he played an active role in charge of conquering the Ise Province and so on.
  174. After Sagano was designated as 'Kinya' (imperial hunting field) in 882, many nobles and literary men started to build their villas and temples in the area.
  175. After Saicho founded it, it was the center of Heian Buddhism along with Kongobu-ji Temple on Mt. Koya.
  176. After Saicho had put scriptures in order in the sutra warehouse at Mt. Hiei in mid-July of 811, he often borrowed Esoteric Buddhism scriptures from Kukai; it is considered that Saicho intended to complete the sutras with the copy of the borrowed scriptures.
  177. After Saicho wrote "Hokke-shuku" he died and it is unknown where Tokuitsu was after that and thus the dispute between them did not reach a clear conclusion.
  178. After Saicho's death, Tendai sect became full-fledged Mikkyo (=>Taimitsu (esoteric Buddhism of the Japanese Tendai Sect).
  179. After Saicho, Ennin and Annen made it prosperous.
  180. After Saigaso was occupied by the Kamigata army, 5,000 people including jizamurai led by Sakon Munemasa OTA held Ota-jo Castle (Kii Province) at miyago which was near the Hinokuma Kunikakasu-jingu Shrine.
  181. After Saigo became familiar with the general representative personnel for the Tokugawa family lead by Katsu and Okubo, Saigo believed the negotiations could result in a compromise on the agreement; so, he was optimistic about the situation.
  182. After Saigo had returned to the mainland, Kawaguchi was discharged around 1865 and went back to Kagoshima City, and at first drifted from one relative's house to another.
  183. After Saigo received this letter of recall, he went to the greet the people who took care of him, and after getting ready for the life of Aikana, he sailed from Adanzaki went through Kuichi-no-Erabu-jima/ Makurazaki and arrived to Kagoshima on February 12.
  184. After Saigo took over Hakone, a place of strategic importance on the Tokai-do Road, he went back to Shizuoka where he rejected an envoy delivering a petition for reconciliation from Cloistered Imperial Prince Rinojinomiya Kogen (Imperial Prince Kitashirakawanomiya Yoshihisa), and had a meeting with Tesshu YAMAOKA, a vassal of the shogun.
  185. After Saigo was told of Parkes angry reaction, he was greatly shocked, terminating his attack on Edo-jo Castle; therefore the external pressure of Parkes had an obvious effect upon him.
  186. After Saneeda SANJONISHI, it was inherited by Sanenori SANJONISHI.
  187. After Sanetomo's funeral, Masako sent a messenger to Kyoto to express her wish to have the Retired Emperor Gotoba's son become the Shogun.
  188. After Saneyori died in 970, the Emperor's father-in-law, FUJIWARA no Koremasa, took over the position of regent.
  189. After Sanshin and Shubatsu, the main ceremony is conducted at Miya-yama-saijo (Naiku: at the southeast side of Kazahinominomiya-hashi Bridge; Geku: at the east side of Tsuchi no Miya Shrine).
  190. After Seifu (Nissen) passed away, there occurred the continuous branching of schools and desertion from various debates concerning the problem of localization between the Zaike dogma and monks and the emphasis of the Genseriyaku (spiritual (material) benefit gained in this world through observance of the Buddhist teachings) (division of schools and influence).
  191. After Seinan War, he returned to Satsuma, where he contributed to local restoration, and died at the age of 58 in 1886.
  192. After Seinan War, opposition movements by fuhei shizoku shifted to Jiyu Minken Undo (Movement for Liberty and People's Right) demanding the establishment of the National Diet and formulation of a constitution.
  193. After Seinei passed away in 484, Crown Prince Oke tried to pass the Imperial Throne to his younger brother Oke for his great achievement of revealing their social status, but younger Oke refused it.
  194. After Seiryu Gongen came flying to Japan and visited various temples, it descended to the peak of Daigo-ji Temple, in the present place, in around 900 by the invocations of Shobo.
  195. After Seisai FUJIMURA, Sado was supported by Kanzan, a chief priest of Myofuku-ji temple, and is thus regarded as a restored art.
  196. After Seishi became a widow, a rumor was going around that she would marry FUJIWARA no Moronaga or Motofusa ("Gyokuyo" (Diary of Kanezane KUJO) entries of May 1, 1167, June 6 and 11, 1173)).
  197. After Seishimaru had learned everything Genko Shonin could have taught, he started to study under Koen Ajari.
  198. After Seizo's death, she returned to her parents' home but became the second wife (consort) of Chancellor Nobufusa TAKATSUKASA.
  199. After Seki died, his school of thought (called the "Seki school") remarkably expanded, and after Nushizumi YAMAJI assumed the leadership of the school, the Seki school organized a license system and came to dominate the world of Japanese mathematics.
  200. After Sennichi Theater opened on December 1 in the same year, Kyoraku theater brought entertainment performance to an end as of January 28, 1959, the following year, and again became a movie theater from February in the following year.
  201. After Sennyo passed away, the Otani School had no Monshu, and Kagiyaku (a key person to a temple's business), Ennei OTANI, served as the acting Monshu.
  202. After Setsurei resigned from Seikyo-sha in a reorganization after the Great Kanto Earthquake, Seikyo-sha began to be dominated by nationalists such as Ryozo IOGI and Koshi MITSUI, and was finally dissolved in April.
  203. After Sewa Danmari, where Yosaburo meets Akama on a bank in Hirazuka again, 'a scene in the final stage Kyuji KANNON' follows, at which a scar on the Yosaburo's face disappears thanks to the self-sacrifice of his old friend Kyuji KANNON.
  204. After Shichijo comes Hachi-Kujo.
  205. After Shigenobu OKUMA assumed office as the Minister of Finance in 1873, he propelled a policy of encouragement of new industry adopting positive fiscal policy so called 'Okuma finances.'
  206. After Shigenobu's death, the Matsukura clan was inherited by his son Shigemasa MATSUKURA.
  207. After Shigenori's death, the Asuke clan supported Imperial Prince Muneyoshi (of the Southern Court) in the Northern and Southern Courts period (Japan), but later the people left the Asuke clan and scattered throughout the country.
  208. After Shigetaka's death, Ietsugu assisted his third son Narishige (founder of Sakonemon school).
  209. After Shigeyori KAWAGOE was executed following being implicated in MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune's rebellion, Shigetada HATAKEYAMA held the position as (acting) provincial governor, and Tomomasa HIRAGA succeeded to the position as provincial governor after his father Yoshinobu HIRAGA.
  210. After Shiho (inheriting the dharma from a priest master), he practiced kotsujiki-gyo (begging for offerings from community members) for about 20 years at a tea hut in Kyoto.
  211. After Shima returned to JNR, the trend of introducing the distributed traction system in JNR was accelerated.
  212. After Shimei graduated from a school of western studies (the present-day Aichi Prefectural Asahigaoka High School), the Treaty of Saint Petersburg, signed between Japan and Russia at the time, roused in him a feeling that Japan was in a crisis against Russia, and he applied to the Military Academy (Japan).
  213. After Shinagawa's death, another was built at Kozan-ji temple, Shimonoseki City, Yamaguchi Prefecture.
  214. After Shingen passed away, he served under Katsuyori TAKEDA.
  215. After Shingen subdued Suruga Province, he dedicated himself to establishing the Takeda navy.
  216. After Shingen's death, Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple's activities were settle down.
  217. After Shingen's death, Katsuyori TAKEDA, Shingen's successor, withdrew to Kai Province, his hometown.
  218. After Shingen's death, Masatoyo was killed in the Battle of Nagashino.
  219. After Shinkansen started its operation
  220. After Shinmura, a bibliographical study on Kirishitan-ban was conducted as part of creating materials for Christian and linguistic studies.
  221. After Shinran died, his great-grandson Kakunyo (1270-1351) alleged the legitimacy of succession of Shinran's grave on the grounds of Sandai-denji (Tradition of three generation) and so on, and built Hongan-ji Temple (also known as Otani Hongan-ji Temple) and called himself the third head-priest of Hongan-ji Temple.
  222. After Shinran died, it was formed as an independent religion from Jodo Shu.
  223. After Shinran left Hitachi Province, various heresies and misinterpretations of his teachings to arose.
  224. After Shinran met Honen (the founder of Jodo Shu) and became his disciple, he inherited 'the discipline of the true religion, Jodo Shu', making all efforts to enhance it.
  225. After Shinzaemon took over the Nagai clan, his son Norihide NAGAI (later, Dosan SAITO), succeeded to his position and the family name of the Saito clan, referring to himself as Toshimasa SAITO.
  226. After Shirakawa died, his father, Toba, who had become an ex-emperor with political power, treated Emperor Sutoku coldly; consequently, Emperor Sutoku abdicated and his younger half-brother, Emperor Konoe, succeeded to the throne on April 28, 1142.
  227. After Shirakawa died, the Retired Emperor Toba, who passed the throne to Emperor Sutoku, became Chiten and started the cloistered government.
  228. After Shirakawa dono (Taira no) Seishi died, Goshirakawa took Private land belonged to the Sekkan Family (family who was a regent to the emperor) and was under Seishi's control, and after Shigemori died, Goshirakawa took Echizen Province which Shigemori was in charge of ruling.
  229. After Shirojiro's death, Mangoro HIYOSHI, originally from the Yoshino-Sarugaku troupe, temporarily inherited the family, however, an adopted son Yataro UJI ultimately inherited the family as the ninth family head.
  230. After Shoin was executed during the Ansei Purge, he succeeded as the leader of the Sonno Joi movement.
  231. After Shoin-zukuri style prevailed during the Kamakura period, the 'kami-shi,' a specialist in handling fusuma paper, appeared and the work of hyogu-shi (craftsman who pasted cloth or paper on the frame) was divided, kami-shi was also called kyo-ji, taking over its name.
  232. After Shomu Daijo Tenno (the retired Emperor) died, in 757, he conquered the revolt of TACHIBANA no Naramaro and seized political power.
  233. After Shoshi became Kisai no miya, Kanshi was transferred from Kisai no miya to chugu.
  234. After Shozan died five years later, Akita Ranga lost its popularity and gradually fell out of practice; however, its lineage and style were inherited by Kokan SHIBA, becoming further westernized and also came to have an influence on Denzen AODO from Sukagawa.
  235. After Shozo TANAKA made direct appeals to the government, popular opinion changed in the residents' favor as many groups of college students visited Ashio one after another, and the government, realizing it could become a threat, hastily set up the second Research Committee of the Mining Pollution in 1902.
  236. After Shubun died, the position of official painter of the shogun family was succeeded by Sotan Oguri.
  237. After Silla surrendered, two remaining countries from the three (Paekche [pronounced "Kudara" in Japanese: Kingdom of ancient Korea] and Koguryo [pronounced "Kokuri" in Japanese: Kingdom of ancient Korea]) surrendered to Japanese authority, one after another; so, this war affair came to be known as the Sankan-Seibatsu.
  238. After Sogen FUJIBAYASHI died, Soetsu wrote "Sekishu-ryu Sanbyakukajo Chukai (Notes on the 300 articles of the Sekishu-ryu School)" and played a key role in propagating Sekishu school across the country.
  239. After Sogi died, he kept the center of his activities in Kyoto and was active as a linked verse poet, traveling around the Hokuriku, Togoku, Kyushu regions as a messenger for the aristocracy and Daimyo.
  240. After Sogi's death, he became the leader of the renga world.
  241. After Soji OKITA fell ill, NAGAKURA also commanded OKITA's Ichibantai (first unit) and completed many important missions.
  242. After Sosetsu KANZE, the seventh (1509-1583), lost his father when he was fourteen, he grew under the tutelage of Nagatoshi, and began to wait upon Ieyasu TOKUGAWA around 1571.
  243. After Soson (a community consisting of peasants' self-governing association) was established, the regional characteristics of the group were enhanced; Miyaza was extensively present in the 15th century, and sometimes, the system of Miyaza was directly reflected in the operation of Soson.
  244. After Sotan died, his fourth son Soshitsu SEN took over Konnici-an and left home to start Ura-senke.
  245. After Sotatsu died, his scripts were partly compiled by the second head of the school, Soyo, into such books as "Chashiryaku," "Kissa-shisho-hen" and others, and further they were published by the third head, Soken, as a book titled "Chasoku."
  246. After Soteki died in 1555, Yoshikage started to attend to government affairs by himself.
  247. After Sukemoto was killed himself in 1535, the clan temporarily collapsed.
  248. After Sukemune continued to take the posts including an official in charge of ceremonies, he finally rose to the lord of the Hamamatsu Domain, Totoumi Province which yielded 35,000 koku in rice, and his offspring continued to take important posts in the bakufu such as a member of shogun's council of elders and became a viscount after the Meiji Restoration.
  249. After Sukunamaro's death, she followed Tabito to Dazai-fu (local government office in Kyushu region).
  250. After Suminaka JIKOJI (1713 - 1795) was appointed to Junii (Junior Second Rank) and Samaryo (Left Division of Bureau of Horses), the highest court positions appointed were Junii (Junior Second Rank) and Hisangi (advisor at large).
  251. After Sung Dynasty and the end of the Chinese kanin era
  252. After Susanoo made a pledge to prove that he had no such intention, five male gods were born from Amaterasu Omikami's Monozane (the media from which gods are given birth) and three female gods from that of Susanoo, and Susanoo declared victory.
  253. After Sutoku's defeat, the protection of Tadazene, who fled to Nanto (the City of Nara) with Tadazane's relatives Jinpan and Sengaku, provoked suspicions from the Chotei (the Imperial Court) to take up arms.
  254. After Suzakuin became a Buddhist monk, she had intimate relations with Genji once again.
  255. After Suzuki resigned his position as president in 1937, four members sat on the acting president committee: Ichiro HATOYAMA, Yonezo MAEDA, Toshio SHIMADA, and Chikuhei NAKAJIMA, but on April 30, 1939, Nakajima organized the Seiyu Party reform alliance and became the president.
  256. After Suzuki's joining Shochiku, the top director of that company Keisuke KINOSHITA who was well-known for his refined stylishness said, 'I don't want that grubby guy for my assistant director.'
  257. After TACHIBANA no Moroe passed away, his son Naramaro committed a rebellion (TACHIBANA no Naramaro War) in the same year, and died in prison.
  258. After TAIRA no Kiyomori pulled off the coup in 1179, he came back to the position of Sashoben supported by Kiyomori (the detail of this process is described in the section of 'the treatment of Yukitaka' in Heike Monogatari - The Tale of the Heike).
  259. After TAIRA no Munemori knew the Mikusa-yama Mountain fortress had been defeated, he added the strong generalship of TAIRA no Noritsune to the defense of Hiyodorigoe for protection from Yoshitsune's army.
  260. After TAIRA no Munemori, and his son, TAIRA no Kiyomune, were executed in Omi Province, the severed heads were exposed for public display at Rokujo-gawara.
  261. After TAIRA no Shigehira retreated, Kagesue KAJIWARA and the Sho clan captured him.
  262. After TAIRA no Yoritsuna was killed in the Heizenmon War in 1293, the Adachi family was permitted to be re-established, and Tokiaki took over as the head of Akita castle, the estate of Adachi family.
  263. After TOMO no Yoshio was banished due to the Otenmon incident, the above territory was once again confiscated, but it was incorporated into Kokusoin (Grain warehouse), not Daigaku-ryo.
  264. After Tachibana's death, those who missed him gathered and set up a construction committee of his bronze statue in 1912 (表記の変更), and his bronze statue was constructed in 1918 (表記の変更).
  265. After Tadaakira MIZUNO and Ogosho Ienari died, the 12th Shogun Ieyoshi TOKUGAWA became keen on the reforms of bakufu politics.
  266. After Tadaakira's death, Yasuto became the head of Roju, but by this time, internal factional strife had intensified between Tadakuni MIZUNO and him.
  267. After Tadafusa met Yoritomo, he was sent back to the capital but he was killed on the way by Motokiyo GOTO who was acting under the orders of Yoritomo.
  268. After Tadahira's death, Emperor Murakami conducted direct Imperial rule in the middle of the 10th century.
  269. After Tadahira, Sekkan (regents and advisers) was established as a central post in the government and also the framework in which only descendents of Tadahira were able to become Sekkan was established.
  270. After Tadahisa was briefly overthrown in a conflict with the Hiki clan, the manor was reinstated and became an economic base of the Shimazu clan of Sengoku daimyo (Japanese territorial lord in the Sengoku period).
  271. After Tadakuni MIZUNO lost his position, it was Toshitsura DOI, and then Masahiro ABE, who shouldered politics of the Edo bakufu.
  272. After Tadamasa died around 1443, Kiyokata UESUGI (a blood younger brother of Norizane and a governor of Echigo Province) acted as a family head on behalf of Norizane, who had left UESUGI family with his children, and Kiyokata asked Kagenaka to be a main retainer of YAMANOUCHI-UESUGI family.
  273. After Tadanao MATSUDAIRA, the lord of Fukui domain, was banished, his eldest legitimate son Mitsunaga MATSUDAIRA had succeeded.
  274. After Tadaoki (Sansai) HOSOKAWA who had been the lord of the Yatsushiro-jo Castle died in 1645, Okinaga came to keep the Yatsushiro-jo Castle in 1646.
  275. After Tadatsune died on May 26, 1709 at the age of 49, his adopted heir, Tadanao HONDA succeeded to his position (the lord of Koriyama Domain in Yamato Province).
  276. After Tadatsune had been beheaded to expose his severed head in Kyoto, his head was returned to his family.
  277. After Tadayoshi ASHIKAGA reorganized the hikitsukeshu to set up naidankata(judges) in departments which exclusively handled territorial problems, naidan came to refer to a member of the naidankata, which was continued even after Tadayoshi lost his position and the hikitsukekata were restored.
  278. After Tadayoshi came of age and became the lord of the castle, Ietada was again moved to a new fief, this time to Omigawa, Shimousa Province (present day Katori City, Chiba Prefecture), where he established a base at Kamidai-jo Castle (present day Sakurai, Katori City).
  279. After Tadayoshi died, he succeeded as the head of the Toda family in the Tahara Domain on September 19, 1647.
  280. After Tadayoshi's death the clan returned to serving the bakufu.
  281. After Tadayoshi's death, although Owari was given to Ieyasu's ninth son Yoshinao TOKUGAWA, Shigenao continuously served Yoshinao.
  282. After Tadayoshi's retirement, Moronao gained political authority in the shogunate government as deputy for Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA who was Takauji's legitimate child.
  283. After Tadayoshi's retreat, Takauji's illegitimate son - also Tadayoshi's adopted son - Tadafuyu ASHIKAGA was enlarging his power as a member of the Tadayoshi faction in Kyushu, so Takauji made an expedition to Chugoku District to kill Tadafuyu in 1350.
  284. After Tadayuki died, all of his daughters except his first were adopted by Mitsutomo TOKUGAWA, Kyohime's elder brother.
  285. After Tadazane died in 1162, he is reported to have been a priest and lived in the neighborhood of Shitenno-ji Temple.
  286. After Taiho Ritsuryo (Taiho Code), the emperor's private order or an order to a specific individual was used generally by this form.
  287. After Taisei Hokan
  288. After Taisei Hokan (restoration of Imperial rule) and the Battle of Toba and Fushimi, Haruo TSUCHIMIKADO asked the Imperial Court and took back the right of calendrical calculations and calendar distribution to the Tsuchimikado family.
  289. After Taisei Hokan (transfer of power back to the Emperor)
  290. After Taisei Hokan (transfer of power back to the Emperor) in 1867, Naonori converted the opinion of domain people into the new government side even though he was fudai hitto (head of fudai daimyo.)
  291. After Taisei Hokan (transfer of power back to the Emperor), Fusatada completely contributed to new government side, and followed Sanindo Chinbugun (a military unit formed specially for the campaign in Sanindo) under Kinmochi SAIONJI's command.
  292. After Taisei Hokan (transfer of power back to the Emperor), the Battle of Toba-Fushimi occurred.
  293. After Taisei Hokan, the Battle of Toba-Fushimi occurred.
  294. After Taishi passed her youth without having a solid future plan for her life, it was the turning point for her when the Cloistered Emperor Shirakawa died on July 31, 1129.
  295. After Taisho Coup, Saionji, who was originally from court noble, took political responsibility and resigned office because he had refused Emperor Taisho's request to support the Third Katsura Cabinet.
  296. After Takakage switched allegiances to the East army during the Onin war, Hisashige made outstanding wins in the battles of Kawamata on July 7, 1471, and of Sabae, Shinjo on September 17, 1471, and in the Kanazu night raid on January 11, 1480.
  297. After Takakage's death, most of the vassals who were sent from the Mori family, clansmen of the Kobayakawa family and heredity vassals moved to the Mori family, so the head family of Kobayakawa after that was not a Mori family but a Toyotomi family.
  298. After Takamasa succeeded 'Shogetsudo koryu' (the old school of Shogetsudo), which was established by Ichiro, the Uematsu family succeeded the school for generations, spreading the teaching throughout the temples and shrines in Kyoto and surrounding provinces.
  299. After Takamori had been deprived of his court rank as a ringleader of the Seinan War (Satsuma Rebellion), his family and relatives lived secretly in Kagoshima.
  300. After Takamoto died, Motonari not only acted as the guardian of his grandson, Terumoto MORI (the 54th), but also possessed the Chugoku region (the provinces of Aki, Suo, Nagato, Bicchu, Bingo, Inaba, Hoki, Izumo, Oki, and Iwami), after destroying the clan's enemy, the Amago clan.
  301. After Takanoa, Ueno Hizen no kami Takatoku, his legitimate child, took over as head of the family and became the lord of Kimurayyama-jo Castle, but he moved to Bizen Tsuneyama-jo Castle at a certain point between 1555 and 1558 and resided in this castle.
  302. After Takanobu was defeated and killed by the army of the Shimazu clan in the Battle of Okitanawate in 1584, Sorin ordered Dosetsu TACHIBANA to invade Chikugo Province and regained the majority of the province.
  303. After Takashi HARA was assassinated, Korekiyo TAKAHASHI was hastily invited to be the new president, for which the party split into two factions; one supporting Takahashi led by Sennosuke YOKOTA, and the other which opposed led by Takejiro TOKONAMI that separated from the party and organized the Seiyu-hon Party.
  304. After Takashi TANAKA strongly recommended use of the title "Sumiyoshi taisha jindaiki," this name was commonly used.
  305. After Takatoki and other Hojo clan members killed themselves as a result of the fall of the Kamakura bakufu on 22 May, 1333, Okatadono, together with other female members of the clan, moved to Nirayama-machi, Izu Province, where she had a convent erected named Enjo-ji Temple to pray for the souls of the clan members.
  306. After Takatsune went to Echizen, bakufu organized a large army consisted of the forces of Takahide SASAKI (Doyo's son), Mitsunori AKAMATSU, Ujifuyu YAMANA Yoriyasu TOKI and Yoshitou HATAKEYAMA and besieged Soyama-jo Castle and Kuriya-jo Castle where Takatsune and Yoshimasa confined themselves respectively.
  307. After Takauji ASHIKAGA and Yoshisada NITTA, who lived in Kozuke Province, fought well and defeated Kamakura bakufu, the Kenmu Restoration was started by Emperor Godaigo, and Doyo was appointed as a judge of the Zasshoketsudansho (a type of civil court).
  308. After Takauji ASHIKAGA established a military government in Kyoto, the five temples of the Zen sect, which had long been popular among samurai, were established and the Rinzai sect came under the protection of the shogunate.
  309. After Takauji ASHIKAGA received an inzen (a decree issued by a retired Emperor) from Emperor Kogen of the Jimyoin line, a rival to Emperor Godaigo's line, he established the Northern Court (Japan) and was appointed Seii taishogun; thus, the head family of the Ashikaga clan became the Ashikaga Shogunate family.
  310. After Takauji died in 1358, Doyo served as steward of the Administrative Board of the Muromachi government for the 2nd shogun Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA, who was Takauji's son, and mediated a settlement between Shugo daimyo (Japanese territorial lord as provincial constable).
  311. After Takauji left Kyoto, Emperor Suko of the Northern Court was dethroned and the post of Kanpaku Yoshimoto NIJO was brought to an end whereby the pro-Southern Court Kinkata TOIN was assigned as the Minister of the Left making him in charge of kuji (public duties) in Kyoto.
  312. After Takauji passed away in 1358, he entered into priesthood and called himself Zenchu.
  313. After Takauji seized Kyoto in 1355, Yoshifusa disappeared without any trace.
  314. After Takauji's death, he destroyed Yoshioki NITTA of Southern Court, and in 1361, he killed Kunikiyo HATAKEYAMA, who was a steward supported Motouji, as Kunikiyo resisted after a group of vassals who was opposing to Kunikiyo requested dismissal of Kunikiyo.
  315. After Takauji's death, the Kita Toji-ji branch temple became his burial place and its name changed to 'Toji-in Temple.'
  316. After Takayama Domain became tenryo (a shogunal demesne), the tea ceremony of Sowa school has been mainly practiced in temples to this day.
  317. After Takechi no Miko (Prince Takechi) had died in 696, TAJIHI no Shima served Emperor Monmu as the leader of Giseikan (the legislature).
  318. After Takeda clan ruined, Kai Province was conquered by Ieyasu TOKUGAWA by way of the disorder of Honnoji Incident, at the time, the old retainers of the Takeda Family were alloted to Naomasa II, counted one of the Tokugawa-shitenno (four generals serving Tokugawa Ieyasu).
  319. After Tameie's death, she fought against his lawful wife's son, Tameuji NIJO, over the inheritance of Hosokawa no Sho in Harima Province (present-day Miki City, Hyogo Prefecture).
  320. After Tamemitsu's death, his descendants protected the temple for a time but it was destroyed in 1032 when fire spread from the Kujo-tei residence.
  321. After Tamuramaro died, Watamaro respected Tamuramaro's will and succeeded to the position to suppress Ezo.
  322. After Tan-luan became a monk, he read many books including Four Treatise ("Madhyamaka-karika [Fundamental Verses on the Middle Way]," "Dvadasanikaya Shastra [Twelve Gate Treatise]," "Commentary on the Great Wisdom Sutra, " and "Shatashastra [One Hundred Verses Treatise]") by Nagarjuna and his disciples, and the Sutra of the Great Nirvana, to learn about buddhata.
  323. After Tanemasa KUTSUKI took over the domain with 32,000 koku from the Tsuchiura Domain in Hitachi Province, the Kutsuki clan ruled for 13 generations, stabilizing the domain administration.
  324. After Tanetsugu's death, Emperor Kammu made him Shoichii (Senior First Rank) and Sadaijin (Minister of the Left) and then Daijo-daijin (Grand Minister) in 809.
  325. After Tanetsugu's uncles FUJIWARA no Yoshitsugu's and FUJIWARA no Momokawa's death, as the eldest person among Umakai's grandsons he became the representative of that family.
  326. After Tanuma's downfall, the Ezo development policy was abandoned and the persons responsible punished, but the shogunate government, anxious about frequent appearances of Russian ships on the sea near Ezo, made Ezo a shogunal demesne for the defense of the northern land.
  327. After Taro saved the turtle, it took him to Ryugu-jo Castle as a token of it's gratitude.
  328. After Tazaemon YAMAMURA discovered Miyamizu (water welling up in Nishinomiya City which is said to be suitable for brewing sake) in 1837 (or in 1840 in another theory), the center of the Sessen junigo transferred from Itami, which was far from the sea, to Nada gogo which enjoyed water and port.
  329. After Teisei returned to the Imperial Family, he also returned.
  330. After Teishi's death, the Naka no Kanpaku family (the family name of Michitaka's, who became Kanpaku after his father and before his younger brother) fell into decline.
  331. After Terauchi died, however, the Chobatsu force drastically decreased, and it finally came to an end when Yamagata died.
  332. After Toho Company, which was merged with four companies including PCL, was established in the same year, Irie was signed an exclusive contract with Toho, so that Irie Production was dissolved.
  333. After Tokifusa's death, the post of rensho was vacant until it was filled by his nephew Shigetoki HOJO in 1247.
  334. After Tokihira's death, FUJIWARA no Tadahira continued the task, and it is generally completed in 927.
  335. After Tokihira's death, his younger brother, FUJIWARA no Tadahira, became the chief of Daijokan.
  336. After Tokihira's death, the lineage of the eldest son of the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan moved to Tokihira's younger brother FUJIWARA no Tadahira and Tadahira's descendant.
  337. After Tokimune's death, Yasumori, who had the support of the gokenin, led the shogunate administration and initiated the Koan-tokusei (political reforms instituted in the Koan era); however, a dispute with Yoritsuna TAIRA (a head of the Tokuso family who was a representative of the miuchibito) led to him being overthrown in the Shimotsuki incident.
  338. After Tokitada was exiled to Noto Province on October 25, Warabihime was never heard of again.
  339. After Tokiyori died in 1263, he assisted Tokimune, who was tokuso (the head of the main branch of the Hojo clan), together with Masamura HOJO and Sanetoki HOJO who became regents before Tokimune came to the age of manhood.
  340. After Tokiyori won, the influence of esoteric Buddhism drastically retreated in Kamakura, and the Zen sect launched.
  341. After Tokiyori's death, Tokimune HOJO dealt with two Mongol invasion attempts against Japan, with the assistance of Yasumori ADACHI (a relative of his mother's side) and the miuchibito.
  342. After Tokiyori's death, it was Tokimune HOJO that succeeded the status of Tokuso.
  343. After Tokiyori, the head of the family would sometimes retain the real power after assuming the post of regent, handing over the position of head of the family to another member of the family and entering the priesthood.
  344. After Tokuho's death, Daikyu assumed the position of chief priest of Saigenin and Ryoan-ji Temples before eventually becoming chief priest of Myoshin-ji Temple; in his later years, he founded Ryounin Temple and took up residence there.
  345. After Tokuko gave birth to Prince Tokihito (who later became Emperor Antoku), Kiyomori urged Goshirakawa to install prince Tokihiko as Crown Prince.
  346. After Tokyo was devastated by the Kanto Great Earthquake occurred on September 1 of the same year, studios of Shochiku and Nikkatsu located in Tokyo were relocated to Kyoto.
  347. After Tomimoto Buzen no jo, a disciple of Mojitayu TOKIWAZU, founded 'Tomimoto-bushi,' Kiyomoto Enju Dayu, a disciple of the second Tomimoto Buzen no jo, created Kiyomoto-bushi (1814).
  348. After Tomohisa HASEGAWA had divorced his wife Sei, Shunan married Sei and had three children.
  349. After Tomomasa died, Tsunetoshi requested the bakufu to allow him to come back to the previous positions, but his request was not accepted.
  350. After Tomoyuki's death in 1473 at age 83, his son, Tomoshige KOTOKUI took over his duties, and was appointed to the shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) by Jinson's recommendation.
  351. After Torinarumi, there was a record of nine generations of the Torinarumi genealogy.
  352. After Toru died, the place was inherited by MINAMOTO no Noboru, his son, and Noboru presented it to the Emperor Uda, and it become Sento Imperial Palace.
  353. After Toshihiro was defeated and Orizu-jo Castle fell, he took refuge in the Kokufu Palace in Yamada County.
  354. After Toshihisa died, around 1590, he had a disagreement with Toshiie and left the Maeda Clan.
  355. After Toshiie had the honor of attending the cherry blossom viewing party held in Sanbo-in of Daigo-ji Temple with his wife Matsu on April 20, he transferred the reigns of the family to his legitimate child Toshinaga and retired on the next month May 25, and he left for Kusatsu for toji (hot spring cure).
  356. After Toshiie won the Battle of Suemori, he then captured the Arayama and Katsuyama forts, and invaded Ecchu Province too to attack (Documents of the Okumura clan).
  357. After Toshiie's death, the conquest of Kaga was considered by Ieyasu.
  358. After Toshikage died, he supported Ujikage ASAKURA (the eighth head of the family) and realized to unify Echizen Province.
  359. After Toshimi died within a month of his succeeding, Toshiatsu succeeded to all of Toshimi's territory and has long been the lord of Koga Domain for 45 years.
  360. After Toshimune AYANOKOJI (1690 - 1770), the highest court position appointed was Dainagon (chief councilor of state).
  361. After Toshitsuna ASHIKAGA of the Fujiwara family was ruined by MINAMOTO no Yoritomo of the Minamoto clan, the Ashikaga clan of Minamoto family owned it and successively inherited the position of jitoshiki (manager and lord of manor).
  362. After Toshizo HIJIKARA, who was leading the Shinsengumi, died in battle on June 20, 1869, the Shinsengumi members staying in Benten Daiba (Cape Benten Battery) presented a letter of obedience to the new government with the name of Soma at the head of the letter as Commander, which finally closed the curtain on the history of the Shinsengumi.
  363. After Tsuge, trains run through Iga Basin side by side along National Route twenty-five and arrive at Shindo Station.
  364. After Tsuguko NIWATA died, Fujiko became the top aide.
  365. After Tsuibushi was permanently established in each province, Kokushi (provincial governor) concurrently served as Tsuibushi, or Gozoku (local ruling family) was appointed to be Tsuibushi in many cases.
  366. After Tsujun-kyo Bridge was built, he was permitted by Higo Domain to adopt a surname and wear a pair of swords, and his name was changed to Kangoro HASHIMOTO.
  367. After Tsuna's sword and the ogre's steel stick heavily clashed, Tsuna finally slashed off an arm of the ogre.
  368. After Tsunanori TOKUGAWA (the third lord of the Kishu Domain), his eldest brother, died in 1705, Yorimoto TOKUGAWA, his second elder brother, took over as head of family.
  369. After Tsunayoshi reconciled with Ienobu TOKUGAWA (the nephew of Tsunayoshi and husband of Motohiro's daughter), which was the reason that Tsunayoshi did not like Motohiro KONOE, he appointed Ienobu as his successor, which made it more apparent that the government of Edo would support the Imperial Court.
  370. After Tsunayoshi's death in 1709, she shaved her head to become a priest and called herself as Jukoin.
  371. After Tsunehisa AMAGO of Izumo Province died in 1541, Yoshitaka led Harumochi and others to invade Izumo in January, 1542; however, the Ouchi force was devastated due to the betrayal of Hisasuke MITOYA and Tsunemitsu HONJO, and as a result, Yoshitaka and Harumochi decided to retreat to Suo by different ships.
  372. After Tsuneko bore Kazunomiya, Fujiko was appointed to the menoto of Kazunomiya.
  373. After Tsunena OINOMIKADO died, Tsuneyori succeeded the Oinomikado family which had discontinued.
  374. After Tsunenaga TAKATSUJI (1414 - 1475) during the Muromachi period, the highest appointed court position was Dainagon (chief councilor of state), after serving as monjo hakase (professor of literature) and in Daigakuryo and Shikibusho.
  375. After Tumulus period, it became to carry out the construction of the Imperial Palace and improvement of urban areas simultaneously and to build a city suitable to a capital in a well-planned way.
  376. After Type C11 entered service, only these locomotives were used as towing trains until the steam locomotives were done away with.
  377. After Typhoon Kathleen in 1947, the government built banks all around Watarase-gawa River.
  378. After Ujisada TODA left the Kamiyashiki, he went to the residence for imperial envoys and ordered the removal of Asano's belongings.
  379. After Ukifune's disappearance, she served Kaoru to console him.
  380. After Ukigumo (Drifting Clouds) (FUTABATEI Shimei) and Sono Omokage (An Adopted Husband), Heibon was the third full-length novel that Futabatei wrote.
  381. After Umisachihiko was defeated in battle against his younger brother, Yamasachihiko, he became guard of Miyagi Prefecture for generations.
  382. After Utamaro KITAGAWA's death, the mainstream of Bijinga turned toward sensual, sexy beauty and loveliness such as Eisen KEISAI drew.
  383. After Uzumasa Studio was handed to Shochiku, the studio was renamed to 'Shochiku Uzumasa Studio.'
  384. After WWII
  385. After WWII, Kotsubodayu TOYOTAKE II was given Yamashiro no Shojo from Chichibunomiya-ke in 1947, and Bungoro YOSHIDA IV was given Naniwa no Jo from Higashikuninomiya-ke in 1956.
  386. After WWII, Shinto recovered its status as a religious faith and has been allowed performing funeral rites.
  387. After WWII, and in particular since the high-growth period, Japanese lifestyles and house-building methods have changed rapidly, altering the styles of the houses drastically as well.
  388. After WWII, he taught Ikebana to wives of US military officers, such as General Macarthur.
  389. After WWII, medieval Buddhism studies in Japan were led by the theory that old Buddhism, Nanto rokushu (the six sects of Buddhism which flourished in ancient Nara) and Heian nishu (the two sects of Buddhism that flourished in the Heian period: the Tendai and Shingon sects), co-existed separately and exclusively with equal power.
  390. After WWII, since the Order of the Golden Kite was abolished and ordinary bestowal of an order, i.e., bestowal on incumbent officials, was suspended for a while, the medals for merit were not bestowed on the recipients in their lifetime until the 30s of the Showa era (1955-1964).
  391. After WWII, the Hongan-ji school of the Shinshu sect, whose head temple is Nishi Hongan-ji Temple, began to use "the Hongan-ji school of the Jodo Shinshu sect" as its formal name.
  392. After WWII, the nationalistic view of history became obsolete, and the source-based study of history made progress on reevaluating Takauji.
  393. After WWII, when shrine ranking became a thing of the past, Guji became the title for chiefs of all shrines.
  394. After Wang Yangming's death, Yomei-gaku split into several factions.
  395. After War of Zenshu UESUGI was resolved in Kamakura in 1416, he became an adopted son of Kanto Kanrei, Norimoto UESUGI (theYamanouchi-Uesugi clan) in 1418, and went down to Kamakura.
  396. After World War I
  397. After World War I and following continuous poor crop yield, the number of migrants from Tohoku region to urban area increased.
  398. After World War II
  399. After World War II ended, with the influence of American occupation policy some higher schools under the former system began to admit women to enroll.
  400. After World War II in particular, the number of kabuki actors in Kansai gradually decreased, and it became impossible to organize multiple troupes in this region.
  401. After World War II it was decided to replace Japanese books, Chinese classic books and Western books by cultural science, social science, and natural science and to invite the representative authorities of these three fields.
  402. After World War II it was designated National Highway Route No. 24, though it was subsequently taken over by Takeda-kaido Road in 1971.
  403. After World War II was over, soybeans, a main ingredient of soy-sauce, were not sufficiently supplied due to food shortages, and production of soy-sauce in Japan faced a crisis situation.
  404. After World War II were the times when Omote-senke grew as a tea ceremony organization rather than its tea ceremony developing further.
  405. After World War II, Butoku-kai was dispatched by General Headquarters (in 1946) and all martial arts were prohibited, but in 1949 The All Nippon Kyudo Federation was established by efforts of Kyudo-ka at that time.
  406. After World War II, GHQ issued the 'Shinto Directive' (termination of State Shinto), and State Shinto was abolished, but debate over the relationship between the state and Shinto has continued up until today.
  407. After World War II, Heiwadai Baseball Stadium was constructed at the station site of 24th Infantry Regiment in 1949.
  408. After World War II, IMF-led framework (International Monetary Fund led frame work; so-called the Bretton Woods system) was founded and gold and dollar standard system was established.
  409. After World War II, Japan started out as a peaceful country and achieved economic development (Jimmu Boom and others), assimilating foreign cultures rapidly (mainly American culture) under the military protection of the U.S.A.
  410. After World War II, Kanjiro, who had developed an interest in folk art in the world, began to produce works in wood carving.
  411. After World War II, Kinosa SANJONISHI was recommended for Soke (grand master) by Rikyo ISSHIKI and Kagetsu YAMAMOTO, and thereafter, the Sanjonishi family succeeded Soke for three generations.
  412. After World War II, MASUDA was deeply impressed by the Noh dramas of Kasetsu KANZE and started efforts in introducing and researching Noh dramas till today.
  413. After World War II, Sekiso TANTANSAI, the fourteenth head of the Urasenke school worked on introducing a tea ceremony course into school education curriculums, which led to making Urasenke's method dominant at all school club activities concerning tea ceremony.
  414. After World War II, Takanori KOJIMA rapidly became less popular due to the disapproval of the Kokoku Shikan (emperor-centered historiography), and consequently, disputes came to the end virtually as people no longer talked about this theory.
  415. After World War II, Yukimitsu was purged from public service.
  416. After World War II, a theory known as the dynastic state theory was developed, and according to this theory, the political system of the regime that held power in the tenth and eleventh centuries was different from that of the Ritsuryo regime (a political system based on the philosophies of Confucianism and Chinese Legalism).
  417. After World War II, at the beginning of the 1950s, the Japan Teachers Union and Kotobukiya (now Suntory) respectively accepted entries, selected and announced 'Shinkokuminka' (new national anthems), in an attempt to create a new 'kokuminka' (national anthem).
  418. After World War II, chamberlains temporarily belonged to the Imperial Household Office before they belonged to the Board of Chamberlains, the Imperial Household Agency.
  419. After World War II, education in medicine and dentistry were taught at universities (universities under the old system).
  420. After World War II, he became independent from the Shingon sect and established 'Makoto religious organization.'
  421. After World War II, he expanded his artistic horizons to include abstract expressions and murals and, in addition, took an active part in the international art scene by entering numerous works into various international exhibits.
  422. After World War II, he mass produced program pictures.
  423. After World War II, he released successive entertainment period film masterpieces with Kazuo HASEGAWA and Isuzu YAMADA in lead roles.
  424. After World War II, hobei rituals at events such as reisai held at Chokusai-sha (shrines attended by imperial envoy), such as Ise-jingu Shrine, and hobei rituals at Shikinen-sai festival (religious festivals held on fixed years) at sanryo (Imperial mausoleum) have been performed.
  425. After World War II, in June 1946, she established 'Makino Geinosha' with her husband Shinzo and produced movies, on the basis of her activity in 'Gekidan Nadeshiko'; however, in October 1948, Makino Geinosha dissolved.
  426. After World War II, in addition, the Meishin Expressway and Tokaido Shinkansen were built along the Nakasen-do corridor to the west of Gifu to play the key role in connecting east and west.
  427. After World War II, it attained independence as a subsect of Jodo Sect called 'Kurodani Jodo Sect,' but today it has merged into Jodo Sect and has been playing a part in the Seven Major Daihonzan.
  428. After World War II, it became difficult to start training children due to the enactment of Child Welfare Law and the red-light districts declined with the entertainment and service industries becoming more diversified whereby the number of geigi continued to dwindle down.
  429. After World War II, it became private property and is now held by Hosomi Museum in Kyoto city.
  430. After World War II, it was criticized as a feudalistic thought, convenient for the ruler, and its influence diminished, but lines from "The Analects of Confucius" are frequently quoted even today, and is a familiar thing for the Japanese people.
  431. After World War II, it was excluded from public holidays, but its ceremony is still performed at the Imperial Court as it was in the past.
  432. After World War II, it was widely called as 'go-gallon kan' (can of 5 gallons), and later, it was formally renamed into 'Juhachi-liter kan' (can of 18 liters).
  433. After World War II, like Osaka, the kabuki world in Tokyo also began to decline because of the successive deaths of famous actors such as Koshiro MATSUMOTO VII, Kikugoro ONOE VI and Kichiemon NAKAMURA I.
  434. After World War II, lunch at school was replaced by school lunches that came to be available for all students and teachers in schools.
  435. After World War II, many researchers stopped writing with sympathy for the underdog as tragic hero and novelists and readers were not satisfied anymore with traditional one-sided stories of rewarding-good-and-punishing-evil.
  436. After World War II, materials related to the assassination plot of the Emperor were discovered, revealing that the number of people actually involved in the plot were only five, Takichi MIYASHIA, Suga KANNO, Unpei MORICHIKA, Tadao NIIMURA and Rikisaku FURUKAWA.
  437. After World War II, modern poets like Makoto OOKA paid attention to the nature of group creation of Renga, and tried to compose renga as group poems in a manner free from tradition, while some people returned to the renga as a traditional poetic form.
  438. After World War II, on the other hand, Imai created educational films about postwar democracy.
  439. After World War II, refugees repatriated from the continent left from this station to return to their homes throughout Japan and today, because the city is the administrative center of northern Kyoto, with many government and other public offices, the station is mainly used for business travel.
  440. After World War II, reinforced concrete treasure houses and depositories were newly established one after another in Shinto shrines and temples in each region, and there have been an increasing number of cases where the Buddha statues, etc. which had been deposited in the museum would be returned to the original temples.
  441. After World War II, several acts of kodan were forbidden by the General Headquarters of the Allied Powers (GHQ) for entailing elements of protection of feudalism and the celebration of vengeance.
  442. After World War II, some of the important art objects were upgraded to an important cultural property and then designated as a national treasure.
  443. After World War II, study reports or commentaries by Kenji KURANO, Nobutsuna SAIGO, Kazutami NISHIMIYA, or Takamitsu KONOSHI were presented.
  444. After World War II, sugar, vinegar, and seasonings were used for the first time to produce the current type of senmai-zuke.
  445. After World War II, tennis courts were built on the north side of Ninomaru at the behest of allied forces' General Headquarters, but that area was turned into a garden in 1965.
  446. After World War II, the Imperial family had princesses such as Imperial Princess Aiko, but no prince was born for about 40 years since the birth of Imperial Prince Akishinonomiya Fumihito and now no one could have the right to succeed to the Imperial throne.
  447. After World War II, the Religious Corporation Ordinance was established and enforced on December 28, 1945, and the regulations on religious corporations were abolished.
  448. After World War II, the company began producing movies at the Daiei No. 2 Studio at Uzumasa, Kyoto, by people from the former Manchuria Film Association.
  449. After World War II, the current system was established where all shrines have the post of Negi.
  450. After World War II, the power of insisting on the uniqueness of Japanese history has become weak, and the power of taking the social science-based views of trying to find universality in history has become major.
  451. After World War II, the station served as the end of the double-track section for 32 years beginning in 1958, so many shuttle trains were in operation, arriving at and returning from the station.
  452. After World War II, there came numerous criticisms of the Tennosei from the perspective of communism and modern political science (from people such as Masao MARUYAMA who was mentioned above).
  453. After World War II, they fiercely debated with the Tokyo school that had a method of dividing the historical ages based on a materialist view of history by the Historical Science Society of Japan headquartered in Tokyo University.
  454. After World War II, they were purged from Kyoto University on charges of having assisted the war effort (Masaaki KOSAKA and Keiji NISHITANI were later reinstated at Kyoto University).
  455. After World War II, this cave became known as Kakure Nenbutsu-do.
  456. After World War II, this company was established in Kyoto in October 1945.
  457. After World War II, with the revision of the Religious Corporation Act in 1953, the Shingi Shingon sect was established with Negoro-ji Temple as the Grand Head Temple and still exists up to the present day.
  458. After World War Two
  459. After World War Two it was a repatriation port for returnees from the Chinese continent; about 660 thousand people returned home at Taira-sanbashi Bridge over thirteen years.
  460. After World War Ⅱ
  461. After World War Ⅱ, November 23 was designated as a national holiday called Labor Thanksgiving Day.
  462. After World War Ⅱ, mining of nickel on Oe-yama mountain range was ended, and so, the industry track between Kaya Station and Oe-yama Mine Station was removed, although the legal procedure of the abolition was put off until the whole operation of Kaya Railway was ended.
  463. After World War Ⅱ, the occupation forces banned everything which was linked to militarism.
  464. After World War Ⅱ, the town was renamed 'Nishijin Shinchi,' and prostitution continued for a while, but came to an end on March 15, 1958, when the Anti-Prostitution Law went into effect.
  465. After World War Ⅱ, with the educational system reform, Kyoto Normal School became one of the parent bodies of the new-education-system Kyoto Gakugei University (present Kyoto University of Education).
  466. After World War, the Shugakuin Imperial Villa, like the Kyoto Imperial Palace, and the Katsura Imperial Villa, were all designated as Imperial Asset (owned by nation), and are under the Imperial Household Agency's control.
  467. After Wudi's death, the strength of the maternal side of the imperial family grew and began to intervene in politics, where the leader of such forces was frequently given the title along with political power.
  468. After YAMATO Takeru no Mikoto died in Nobono, Miyazu-hime built Atsuta-jingu Shrine to enshrine Ame no Murakumo no Tsurugi (also known as Kusanagi no Tsurugi, the sword of the Imperial regalia and one of the Three Sacred Treasures of the Imperial Family), which was left by YAMATO Takeru no Mikoto.
  469. After Yahei retired in 1697, Yasubei succeeded to the headship of the family.
  470. After Yaki-ire (quenching), the surface of the blade is very hard and this is called Martensite.
  471. After Yamada's first daughter Umeko (who was six at the time of his death. Brought up by Tastuko) when she came of age, Hideo MATSUDAIRA, the third son of Katamori MATSUDAIRA, was taken for her husband from the Aizu-Matsudaira family.
  472. After Yamashiro no kami (Governor of Yamashiro Province), Shimotsuke no kami (Governor of Shimotsuke Province) in 1127, and subsequently Shimousa no kami (Governor of Shimousa Province).
  473. After Yamato Takeru no mikoto died of illness, the sword was dedicated to Atsuta-jingu Shrine.
  474. After Yamatohime had been to Uda (Uda-gun, Nara Prefecture), Omi Province and Mino Province, she reached Ise Province and built a hokora (a small shrine) by the Isuzu-gawa River in order to make Ise-jingu Shrine prosperous.
  475. After Yasubei was orphaned, he was taken in by his maternal grandfather Shirobei MIZOGUCHI, however, Morimasa also died about two years later, so he was taken in by the Nagai family his sister Kin married into.
  476. After Yasumori got a position to lead the government administration as the maternal grandfather of Sadatoki, he launched a political reform called 'Koan tokusei' and promulgated a large number of laws and ordinances.
  477. After Yasutane, the heads of the family were promoted to Sangi (councilor) that was their hereditary court rank and government post.
  478. After Yasutoki's death, Shigetoki returned to Rokuhara, but Tokimori stayed in Kamakura.
  479. After Yatsuhashi Kengyo's death, Ikuta Kengyo and Yamada Kengyo were prominent Soh musicians during the middle of the Edo period.
  480. After Yazaemon moved to Edo, in the guise of a townsman called Kihachiro, he stayed at a house rented by Gengoemon KATAOKA in Hacchobori Minatomachi.
  481. After Yodo kojo Castle was deserted, many of its materials appear to have been used for construction of Fushimi-jo Castle.
  482. After Yodo-dono died, her waiting maids got together in front of her graveyard every year on the anniversary of her death and held secret memorial services.
  483. After Yoriharu was killed in battle in 1352, he participated in the battle of Otokoyama by commanding Sanuki troops along with his elder brother Yoriyuki who commanded Awa troops.
  484. After Yorihisa, Yoriuji UENO, his legitimate child, took over as head of the family and became the lord of the Bicchu Matsuyama-jo Castle, but was overthrown by Tamemoto SHO in 1533.
  485. After Yorikiyo died during a war, with Yorito TOKI, his uncle he moved from place to place to fight against the Southern Court (Japan) at many places.
  486. After Yorinaga's death, his eldest son FUJIWARA no Kanenaga, second son FUJIWARA no Moronaga, third son FUJIWARA no Takanaga, and fourth son Norinaga were all banished to the countryside, and with the exception of Moronaga, they died in their place of exile.
  487. After Yorisuke, the lineage produced many skillful Kemari players including Munenaga NANBA and Masatsune ASUKAI (the founder of the Asukai family); therefore, the Nanba family kept Kemari, the hereditary skill, for a long time.
  488. After Yoritomo defeated the Oshu-Fujiwara clan and conquered Oshu (Mutsu province), he donated part of Shida-gun as an offering to Hachiman-gu Shrine and triumphantly returned to Kamakura.
  489. After Yoritomo passed away in January 1199, Tsunetaka moved his army to Kyoto from Awaji, Awa and Tosa Provinces on July 9, 1200.
  490. After Yoritomo raised an army.
  491. After Yoritomo strayed, father Yoshitomo was murdered by Tadamune OSADA in Owari Province, the eldest brother Yoshihira, who was hiding in the capital, he was captured and executed, and the second elder brother Tomonaga died from an injury during the run.
  492. After Yoritomo was appointed to this post at the Heiji Disturbance, he spent his life as an exile for as long as twenty years (he was deprived of his official post during that time) and defeated the Taira family.
  493. After Yoritomo's Death
  494. After Yoritomo's death in 1199, Yoshitoki joined a council system that consisted of 13 members, and aided the second shogun, MINAMOTO no Yoriie.
  495. After Yoritomo's death in 1199, his successor, MINAMOTO no Yoriie, who was young, tried to start managing the government with his close adviser group, shutting away the gokenin (shogunal retainers of the Kamakura bakufu) to whom Yoritomo had given important posts, such as the Hojo clan and the Kajiwara clan.
  496. After Yoritomo's death, Masako HOJO, Yoritomo's wife, and Yoshitoki HOJO led the shogunate administration, and excluded powerful gokenin including the Wada clan, and then suppressed the Imperial Court and anti-Hojo force by keeping a rein on gokenin at the Jokyu War.
  497. After Yoritomo's death, Yoritsuna accompanied the funeral ceremony of Sanman, Yoritomo's second daughter, who died young in July, 1199, and between October and November he participated in the impeachment of Kagetoki KAJIWARA along with other powerful gokenin.
  498. After Yoritomo's death, he played a central role in the impeachment and banishment of Kagetoki at the Incident of Kagetoki KAJIWARA, and in the rebellions by Gokenin such as the Conspiracy of Yoshikazu HIKI and Shigetada HATAKEYAMA Rebellion, he fought for the Hojo clan side.
  499. After Yoritomo's death, he went up to Heian-kyo (ancient capital in current Kyoto) and served Emperor Gotoba.
  500. After Yoritomo's death, his body was buried in his jibutsu-do hall (the nobility's private Buddha statue hall).
  501. After Yoritomo's death, however, Mongaku got on the wrong side of Emperor Gotoba, and was then exiled to Sado Province and died there.
  502. After Yoritomo's requested to the imperial court in 1184 that Tsunefusa be appointed Gon Chunagon was accepted, many of Yoritomo's requests to the imperial court or the office of the retired emperor became to be made through Tsunefusa.
  503. After Yoritsuna died, Mitsutsuna NAGASAKI (Taro Saemon no Jo Mitsutsuna NAGASAKI), the son of Mitsumori NAGASAKI (Jiro Saemon no Jo Mitsumori NAGASAKI) who was Yoritsuna's uncle, became the head of his family and took up the butlership of the Tokuso family.
  504. After Yoritsuna, the lineage of the Tada clan produced collateral branches, such as the Baba and Yamagata clans, and over of more than 200 years the lineage inherited the real estate in Tada, which was the oldest territory of all owned by Seiwa-Genji (Minamoto clan).
  505. After Yoriyuki was pardoned, he participated in 1390, along with Yoriyuki, in the battle for hunting down Tokihiro YAMANA in Sanin at the behest of shogun Yoshimitsu and died the following year at the age of 60.
  506. After Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA took over the post of Shogun using Nobunaga ODA's military might as a shield, he stayed in Rokujo Honkoku-ji Temple but in 1569 suffered an attack from the Miyoshi Triumvirate.
  507. After Yoshiaki and Nobunaga were opposed to each other, Yoshiaki asked Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, an ally of Nobunaga, to become the vice shogun in order to win him to Yoshiaki's side, but it is said that Ieyasu declined this offer.
  508. After Yoshiaki became the fifteenth Shogun enthroned by Nobunaga ODA, Fujihide was given the Fushimi-jo Castle in Yamashiro Province.
  509. After Yoshiaki left, Naomasa HARADA and Yoshihiro IDO became the masters of the castle, but after Fushimi-jo Castle was constructed, its strategic value diminished, causing the castle to be abolished.
  510. After Yoshiaki was expelled from Kyoto by Nobunaga and came under the patronage of Mori clan in Tomo, Bingo Province, he appointed Terumoto Mori as vice shogun and tried to re-establish Muromachi bakufu in Tomo.
  511. After Yoshiaki was expelled, Akimoto remained in Kyoto because he had to be in charge of Yoshiaki's Makishima-jo Castle.
  512. After Yoshiaki's ejection from Kyoto, he rendered homage and service to Nobunaga and received the whole area of Nagaoka, west of Katsura-gawa River in Yamashiro (the present Nagaokakyo City and Muko City).
  513. After Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA and Motouji ASHIKAGA died one after the other in 1368, Yoshimune NITTA and Yoshiharu WAKIYA once again raised their armies around the border of Kozuke and Echigo Provinces, but was defeated at Kozuke Numata no sho (manor); Yoshimune was dead in battle and Yoshiharu ran away to Dewa Province.
  514. After Yoshiatsu SHIBA, a grandchild of Yoshimasa who had been given the Kanryo shoku (a post of Chief Adviser) in 1409, was soon dismissed, the Shiba clan had been treated coldly by Bakufu for a long time until the inauguration of the sixth Shogun Yoshinori ASHIKAGA.
  515. After Yoshifusa died, Shirakawa betsugyo had been inherited through the lineage of the eldest son of the Regents' House of the Fujiwara clan, such as FUJIWARA no Mototsune and FUJIWARA no Tadahira.
  516. After Yoshihisa ASHIKAGA died in 1489, Yoshimi went to Kyoto with his son Yoshiki and entered Tsugen-ji Temple on Kyoto Sanjyo.
  517. After Yoshiie died, Yoshimitsu's ambitions grew, and he started aiming to become the head of the Kawachi-Genji.
  518. After Yoshiie's death, MINAMOTO no Yoshitada, who succeeded the reign of the family, was assassinated by machinations of MINAMOTO no Yoshimitsu, which led to the weakening of the power of Kawachi-Genji.
  519. After Yoshikage's defeat in the Battle of Anegawa, Odani-jo Castle fell in 1573; Nagamasa and Hisamasa ASAI (Nagamasa's father) were defeated by Nobunaga and killed themselves.
  520. After Yoshikane lost his position because of this incident, Masanori UESGI, the eldest son of Noritomo UESUGI, succeeded the position and made efforts to reconcile with Kanto-Kanrei.
  521. After Yoshikane, Kintsura's father, had often been fighting against TAIRA no Masakado, his male cousin, Yoshikane won the battle and took Masakado's wife and children as hostage to Kazusa Province.
  522. After Yoshikata, it was succeeded to descendants of the Sukezaemon family, from the generations of juryomei (acceptance name) after Shigekata, it was called the Izumo school.
  523. After Yoshikatsu died of illness in 1443, he began a political campaign for Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA to become the next shogun.
  524. After Yoshikazu was murdered by Tokimasa HOJO on October 15, the Hiki family was informed of Yoshikazu's death and took refuge in Kogosho, Ichiman's residence.
  525. After Yoshimasa died, the family in line to inherit the shogunate divided into two in the Meio no seihen (Meio disturbance), Gafu flew out as they were sold by the piece for winning the influential shugo to their own side, and in 1501, the pseudo envoys schemed by the Ouchi clan, were dispatched.
  526. After Yoshimasa let Sadachika ISE return to his former position in the intercalary month of October 1468, the war situation changed as Katsumoto lent his support to Yoshihisa and Sozen started to support Yoshimi.
  527. After Yoshimasa's death
  528. After Yoshimi's death, Yoshiki also rebelled against Tomiko, following his late father's will.
  529. After Yoshimitsu
  530. After Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA stepped in the Yamana clan's succession dispute and gave a command for putting down Ujiyuki and Tokihiro in 1390, Ujiyuki was attacked and ruined by Mitsuyuki YAMANA in his home ground, Hoki Province, and fled to Bingo Province.
  531. After Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA, special bugyo were appointed proactively as bugyo in charge of special temples and shrines, by the bugyoshu (group of magistrates).
  532. After Yoshimitsu died in 1408, Yoshimochi lived in the Flower Palace (Muromachi-dai, Kamigyo ward, Kyoto city) temporarily, and moved to the residence in Sanjo-boumon (Nakagyo ward, Kyoto city) where the second shogun Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA had lived.
  533. After Yoshimitsu died in 1408, she was not on close terms with Yoshimochi, who succeeded him, and due to his negating the court measures of Yoshimitsu, Yasuko's funeral was not positioned as a mother of an Emperor.
  534. After Yoshimochi died, his brother Yoshinori succeeded to the shogun post.
  535. After Yoshimochi's death his younger brother Yoshinori assumed shogun, but Mochiuji opposed to this and took disobedient attitudes toward the bakufu, for example, Mochiuji continued to use Shocho era even after the name of the era had been changed from 'Shocho' to 'Eikyo'.
  536. After Yoshimochi's death, the new Shogun, Yoshinori ASHIKAGA, began to oppress Zeami.
  537. After Yoshimoto IMAGAWA died in war in the battle of Okehazama in 1560, Imagawa clan went into a decline, and then Sunpu was burnt and devastated for a certain time period by invasion by Shingen TAKEDA into Suruga.
  538. After Yoshimoto's death and his legitimate son Ujizane IMAGAWA succeeded the family reign, Motoyasu MATSUDAIRA (later Ieyasu TOKUGAWA) declared independence in Nishimikawa (western part of Mikawa Province), taking advantage of the unguarded moment.
  539. After Yoshimoto's prominent assistants successively died of illness, such as his strategist Sessai dying in 1555 and Yasuyoshi ASAHINA in 1557, the Imagawa family gradually began to weaken after living at the height of its prosperity.
  540. After Yoshimune retired in 1745, the project was terminated.
  541. After Yoshimune's death, hundreds of pieces of wastepaper were found in a nearby box.
  542. After Yoshimune, the eighth shogun, established the Gosankyo (Three Lords: three junior collateral houses of the Tokugawa family), the position of karo (chief retainers) at these families were considered to be equivalent in the status to the keepers of Edo-jo Castle.
  543. After Yoshinaga killed himself in the attack of Motonari MORI in 1557 and the Ouchi clan went to ruins, the Otomo clan lost its power of influence in Suo Province.
  544. After Yoshinaga's death, Hisahide and the Miyoshi Sanninshu became the guardian of Yoshitsugu MIYOSHI, Yoshinaga's 'koshi' (inheritor).
  545. After Yoshinaka was defeated by the army led by MINAMOTO no Noriyori and Yoshitsune that was dispatched by Yoritomo, Yukiie returned to Kyoto after being invited by the emperor, in March 1184.
  546. After Yoshinaka was defeated in Uji, Kanehira joined with Yoshinaka and later Kanehira died in the battle at Awazu.
  547. After Yoshinobu's death "Tokugawa Yoshinobu-ko Den" was completed based on these materials.
  548. After Yoshinori ASHIKAGA succeeded as the next shogun, Norimasa, in favor with Yoshinori, was given important posts.
  549. After Yoshinori died in the Kakitsu War, however, calls for the restoration of the Kamakura-kubo grew, and Shigeuji ASHIKAGA (an orphan of Mochiuji) returned as Kamkura-kubo.
  550. After Yoshinori was assassinated in the Kakitsu War, Mochitsune, who was a confidential of Yoshinori, dispatched troops to Harima Provicne for the subjugation of Mitsusuke AKAMATSU.
  551. After Yoshinori was murdered in Kakitsu War, Yamato Province again fell into chaos.
  552. After Yoshinori's death, Noriharu was appointed as Kanto Kanrei (A shogunal deputy for the Kanto region), but the family estate of Yamanouchi-Uesugi was given to Norikata.
  553. After Yoshinori's death, in 1451, he restored the tally trade (between Japan and the Ming dynasty) that had been discontinued, and it continued until mid-16th century.
  554. After Yoshisada NITTA died, a total of 6,000 troopers of the army of Yoshioki NITTA and Yoshiharu WAKIYA moved to castles in Nishi Tanzawa including Matsuda-jo Castle and Kawamura-jo Castle, and Takauji ASHIKAGA himself attacked them with a large force, which made Ashigara a major battlefield.
  555. After Yoshisada NITTA entered Musashi Province to defeat the Kamakura Shogunate, and was crushed by the Kamakura Hojo Army at the Bubaigawara War, the Matsuda family joined the army of Yoshisada NITTA along with the partisan army of Sagami Province.
  556. After Yoshisue, his illegitimate child Yoriari TOKUGAWA (Shiro Taro SHIMOTSUKE) took over Egawa District and his legitimate child Yoriuji SERADA took over Serada District.
  557. After Yoshitada died, while the Kawachi-Genji declined in strength, Tadamori brought the Kawachi-Genji retainers with him and served for the Retired Emperor Shirakawa and the Emperor Toba.
  558. After Yoshitaka OUCHI in Suo Province killed himself because of the rebellion of his vassal, Takafusa SUE (Harukata SUE), in 1551, Yoshishige accepted the proposal of Takafusa to have his brother, Haruhide OTOMO (Yoshinaga OUCHI) become the new family head of the Ouchi family.
  559. After Yoshitane ASHIKAGA was expelled by the Shogunal Deputy, Masamoto HOSOKAWA, Nobutaka UENO entered Bicchu Province with Masayuki NIKAIDO and Sadanobu ISE under the order of Yoshitane.
  560. After Yoshitatsu's father, Sakon no taifu (Dosan), succeeded his father Shinzaemonnojo, [Dosan] killed the heir [of the Nagai family], took over various political positions and then called himself SAITO.
  561. After Yoshiteru died, he expelled the Christian missionaries.
  562. After Yoshitomo and Tameyoshi broke away, he was relied on by his father Tameyoshi and fought with Yoshitomo in the Hogen Rebellion.
  563. After Yoshitomo lost the war, Hirotsune followed the Heike clan; however, the internal conflict between Hirotsune, an heir to Tsunezumi, and his older brothers, Tsunekage and Tsuneshige, regarding the reigns of the Kazusa clan developed after his father, Tsunezumi, died.
  564. After Yoshitomo lost, Shigekuni had Hideyoshi SASAKI, who lost his feud and was about to flee to Mutsu Province, and his sons remain at Shibuya-sho, supported them and had Hideyoshi marry his daughter.
  565. After Yoshitomo was defeated to death, he followed the Ise Heishi (Taira clan), and after that he was living a peaceful life as a local lord.
  566. After Yoshitsune knew that the attack was ordered by Yoritomo through the interrogation of Masatoshi, who was captured in combat, he publicly executed Masatoshi, and in Kyoto stood in rebellion to defeat Yoritomo with his uncle MINAMOTO no Yukiie, who was also opposing Yoritomo.
  567. After Yoshitsune left Kyoto, the person who entered in Kyoto as the local commander and he intervened in the affaires of the Imperial court instead of Yoshitsune was not any of his brothers, but Yoritomo's father in law, Tokimasa HOJO.
  568. After Yoshitsune made his triumphal entry into the capital, the Retired Emperor Goshirakawa bestowed honors and court appointments upon him and his gokenin vassals.
  569. After Yoshitsune succeeded with his smart attack at Kyoto, Yoshinaka and Kanehira IMAI planned to run away together to the Hokuriku District but this plan was predicted by Noriyori; they were pursued by soldiers arranged by Noriyori and Yoshinaka was defeated by the Takeda army.
  570. After Yoshitsune was defeated, Usumidori (or Hizamaru) was handed over to his older brother MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, by which ironically the two swords Hizamaru and Higekiri (made by the same person) got together again.
  571. After Yoshitsune's suicide, when Kagetoki and Yoshimori WADA accompanied by their 20 retainers examined his head, the book wrote, 'All the people who saw his head shed tears,' showing the ambivalence of criticism against and attachment for Yoshitsune.
  572. After Yukifuji NIKAIDO died in August, 1302, Yukisada NIKAIDO was reassigned three months later, this bland period indicated aberrance of personnel affairs under Tokuso Sadatoki HOJO.
  573. After Yukinori's death, Tatsutahara no nyobo immediately tonsured herself, bore the name of Torii zenni and entered Tosen-ji Temple, her family temple.
  574. After Yusai died, 3,000 koku of Fuchimai (salary rice) was supplied from the Hosokawa family.
  575. After Yusai passed away, 6000 koku of his territory was disposed of and Tadatake received 3000 koku of Fuchi mai (an allowance in rice) as a retirement stipend from the Hosokawa family to stabilize his life economically.
  576. After Yusai, his successors Tadaoki HOSOKAWA, then Tadatoshi HOSOKAWA of the Hosokawa family inherited the ancient practices.
  577. After Zeami's death, his son-in-law Zenchiku authored unique books, and Zenpo also left many theories of Nohgaku, succeeding the achievements of these two seniors.
  578. After Zen master Kaian led a tranquil life in Mino Province, he sets out on a journey for the Ou district.
  579. After Zennosuke TSUJI used the terms 'old sect' and 'new sect,' Tokujo OYA used 'old Buddhism' and 'new Buddhism' like today, then these terms became fixed.
  580. After a Shinto priest performs shubatsu (purification ceremony) and chants norito to gods, they present tamagushi (branch of a sacred tree) before the gods and then bow.
  581. After a banquet, they visited chugu (Palace of the Empress) and were rewarded by the empress for their performance.
  582. After a big argument, Sanzo TSUDA was sentenced to life imprisonment, and the minister of justice, Akiyoshi YAMADA resigned his post.
  583. After a biological son, Hideyori TOYOTOMI, was born, Hideyoshi had difficulty in deciding on how to deal with Hideaki, and planned to have Hideaki adopted by Terumoto MORI who didn't have any biological children.
  584. After a bitter fight, he cut off the water supply and captured the Akasaka-jo Castle.
  585. After a brief period where she and Genji patched up their relationship, she suddenly started to suffer and died all too soon on the night of the autumn conference on promotions and appointments.
  586. After a ceremony finished, Hatori nyoju shielded Emperor with Sashiha again and hung Tobari, and then he returned to Gobou (temple).
  587. After a certain period of time studying as Monjo tokugosho (their third, fifth and seventh year etc.), they took the official appointment examination for the "shusai" rank (both hosakushi examination and taisaku examination) and wrote two articles in the horyakusaku examination.
  588. After a certain period of time, he was reinvested with the official court rank demoted by several ranks as the regulations prescribed.
  589. After a considerable period of time, Shigefusa urged the nurses to hand over Yoshimune, telling them that there was no longer any option left.
  590. After a coup erupted in Mino in 1556, he assisted Dosan, the father-in-law of Nobunaga, and participated in the Battle of Inou between Nobunaga and his younger brother Nobuyuki ODA over the succession of the family.
  591. After a coup in 1179, he was appointed to Togu no daibu (Master of the Crown Prince's quarters), replacing his dismissed nephew, Kanemasa KAZANIN.
  592. After a defeat in the conflict of Honmatsu, Kongobu-ji Temple was damaged in a fire due to lightning and lost its halls.
  593. After a few days, Soemon recovers from illness.
  594. After a few years Tadazane refused the marriage arrangement with his eldest son, Tadamichi and the adopted daughter, FUJIWARA no Shoshi (later called Taikenmonin), by doing this, again, he gave bad impression to Emperor Shirakawa in.
  595. After a fierce battle lasting nearly two hours, the Ako Roshi cornered Kozukenosuke KIRA, killed him, and severed his head.
  596. After a fierce battle which claimed approximately 5,000 Japanese and Russian lives and over 10,000 wounded, the IJA Third Army captured the 203 Highlands on December 4th, and exacted a decisive blow to Russian forces.
  597. After a fierce battle, Mitsukuri-jo Castle, where the Rokkakus cloistered themselves, surrendered.
  598. After a fierce battle, Sumitomo's army suffered a crushing defeat with more than 800 ships deprived by the Imperial army.
  599. After a fierce battle, the Taira clan forces were forced to retreat to the sea (The Battle of Ichinotani).
  600. After a fight, Sukeroku kills Ikyu.
  601. After a flag is waved to show the winner, the music is played; this is the end of the game.
  602. After a four year struggle against the disease, he made a brief recovery and joined Daiei Tokyo Studios where he made a comeback with "Doburoku no Tatsu" (Tatsu The Drunkard) which gained attention for the actor Ryutaro TATSUMI's first film appearance.
  603. After a funeral ceremony, salt is scattered to purify, which is called 'Furishio.' (However, it is a custom that originated from Shinto and some believe that it goes against the doctrine of Buddhism which does not regard death as Kegare (impurity).
  604. After a hairdo was almost made up, a hairpin was inserted into the complete hairdo simply as an ornament.
  605. After a half year of petitioning, his inauguration was approved and he formally succeeded the position of Rusushiki.
  606. After a harsh interrogation Naoo confessed that there had indeed been a conspiracy by the Meiji government to assassinate SAIGO.
  607. After a harvest is finished in the autumn, the toji invites young people in the village or people in neighboring villages who have some skills and he forms a team for sake brewing in the winter.
  608. After a heavy flood occurred in 1935, the Kamo-gawa River was dredged as part of a river improvement project causing the water level to fall.
  609. After a heavy rain, some of the salamanders are may be swept downstream into the urban area of Kyoto City.
  610. After a lecture of Nihonshoki in the Gangyo era, a reception which celebrated the end of the lecture was held and participants made waka which related to "Nihonshoki."
  611. After a letter written in 1366 (Shohei/Joji era), Tadafuyu was never heard of again, and it is not clear what became of him.
  612. After a little while, a tennyo appears and dances Tennyo no mai (the heavenly maiden's dance.
  613. After a long and hard construction, the casting of the Great Buddha was completed and in 752 the Kaigan-e (ceremony of "kaigan," to enshrine a newly built Buddhist image and to put in a spirit to open eyes to Buddhism) was conducted with the priest from India Bodai Senna as the ceremony leader.
  614. After a long battle against army of Nobunaga, he finally died on the battlefield in Ishiyama War in 1576.
  615. After a long interregnum (17 days) from that time, on June 3, Michikane, Michitaka's immediate younger brother of the same mother, assumed the offices of Kanpaku and Toshi choja (head of the Fujiwara clan).
  616. After a long period of hiding, Tsunehisa rallied his old retainers including the Yamanaka clan, the Kamei clan, the Maki clan and the Kawazoe clan in November, the next year.
  617. After a long slump, he finally turned things around in 1949 with the movie 'Yoru no onnatachi' (Women of the Night) portraying the women who lost their husbands in a war and were forced into prostitution due to poor living conditions.
  618. After a long time, lotus flowers are full bloomed covering the floor and they listen to teachings from Kannon and Seishi, and then, the greatest faith in Buddha comes to them.
  619. After a massive crack down on onmyoji by Hideyoshi, the post of Onmyo no kami and its subordinate positions in Onmyoryo became vacant and when onmyoji had no work at the center of the government, the court Onmyodo lost its significance for a period of time.
  620. After a medical check-up done by Goto, Itagaki noted that he was disappointed for not being able to make him into politics.
  621. After a member in the group of the father and son of the Ono is driven away with a gun, Katsumoto who goes to the bank of the Yodo-gawa River alone before dawn stares at Osaka-jo castle in the distance with emotion as he waits for Shigenari KIMURA.
  622. After a member of an Imperial family has passed away, the prefix of 'Late' is added and the title of honor is omitted, for example 'the Late Empress Dowager' or 'the Late Princess Kikuko.'
  623. After a new style was introduced from China in the Kamakura period, awareness of differences from the existing style was raised, generating the word "Wayo."
  624. After a number of hayaku (unimportant role) appeared and started to dance, a head (chief) fireman in a cool happi coat (a workman's livery coat) came up on the stage.
  625. After a number of regional tours, TAKEI joined Ichikawa Utaemon Productions in June of 1930.
  626. After a peace treaty and reclamation of the moats in Osaka Fuyu no Jin, Ieyasu raised an army again and captured Osaka-jo Castle and there is an episode that Ieyasu heard about this approach directly from Hideyoshi when he was alive.
  627. After a period of bank apprenticeships, he was appointed to the position of an assistant Osaka branch manager in October the same year and then the position of the Osaka branch manager in February the following year.
  628. After a prescribed number of years in a ceremony called 'Shikinen Sengu', at night, a shintai is covered with a white cloth to keep it from being seen and transferred to a new Honden (main shrine) by forming a procession.
  629. After a scrimmage with policemen, demonstrators headed toward a floating bridge in Kawamata after noon.
  630. After a set period of time, he or she had to practice Katatagae again after a set period of time.
  631. After a short period of ten years, the capital was transferred again to Heian-kyo in 794.
  632. After a short time, a big wild boar appeared in front of prince Kagosaka and jumped on him.
  633. After a short while, Choei got acquainted with Kazan WATANABE, a senior vassal of the Tahara Domain of Mikawa Province and was employed as a Dutch scholar at the domain for his brilliant talent, where he translated Western studies literature with Sanei KOSEKI and Shunzan SUZUKI.
  634. After a short while, the information was transmitted by a ship from Ise that the Oda clan invaded the territory of the Takeda clan, Ujimasa responded to the move and invaded Takeda's territory in Suruga Province in concerted action.
  635. After a shout, the kyojo appears grieving over the loss of her child and dances the kakeri (a very active piece depicting madness).
  636. After a soft stone (qingtian stone) which was suitable for seal-engraving was discovered by WANG Mian in the end of the Yuan period, Bunjin began to engrave a seal by themselves.
  637. After a stay in Berlin, he took off from Naples for Japan on August 19 and arrived in Kobe City on September 18.
  638. After a study conducted by Takeshi YAMAGUCHI, which was followed by Tomoki SHIGE and Yukihiko NAKAMURA, it was generally considered that the work was roughly complete as a manuscript in 1768, and that the author spent the following eight years working on the choice of diction.
  639. After a sudden death of Emperor Chuai (in 200), although she was pregnant with the future emperor (later Emperor Ojin), she crossed the ocean and sent troops to Korean Peninsula to attack Silla by the oracle of Sumiyoshi Okami (the great gods of Sumiyoshi).
  640. After a sushi oke is used, the restaurant revisits the customer to collect it.
  641. After a sweeping edict expelling Christians was issued in 1614, and the printing machine was moved to Macau, "Nihon Sho Bunten" (The Small Grammar Book of Japanese Language [Arte Breve da Lingua Japoa]) (1620) and others were printed and published, but only a small number of books were printed.
  642. After a sweeping victory in the Battle of Yamazaki, he was defeated in the following battle of Rakuchu.
  643. After a temporary decline caused by a fire around 1530 during Kyoroku era, it was revived by the seventh shoshu, Kyuka under protection of the Gohojo clan, reaching its peak with 3000 registered students.
  644. After a ten minute walk from Yoshinoyama Station, you'll see Nio-mon Gate (Deva gate), and the main hall (Zao-do Hall) is seen ahead on a small hill.
  645. After a thousand days nenbutsusoeko, Sogon died in 1628, but even after his death, ten thousand days nenbutsusoeko, thirty thousand days nenbutsusoeko, and forty thousand days nenbutsusoeko (100 years) were kept going.
  646. After a three-year funeral period, her corpse was cremated in October 710, as cremation was becoming popular at the time, and the cremains were sent to Inaba Province of her hometown to be buried on the hillside of the Inabayama Mountain (Tottori) overlooking the Tottori Plain.
  647. After a timetable revision made on September 30, 1995, the local train running to Kashiwara was extended to Oji and only trains in the daytime ran to Nara and Oji; from March 8, 1997 to March 18, 2006, another timetable revision had the daytime trains running to Oji and Nara operating at twenty minute intervals.
  648. After a tour of seven cities over the country, the program was performed in 'World Congress of the Deaf, Theatre Festival' held in Palermo, Italy.
  649. After a travel scene from the southern suburbs in Kyoto, they walk through Iwashimizu to Daimotsu-ura cove and arrive at their destination, Daimotsu-ura cove, and ask a fisherman who lives there to arrange accommodation and a boat for them.
  650. After a travel-dance scene at the hashigakari (bridge-form passageway to the main stage), Koreshige discovers the joyous banquet and tells an attendant to find out what is happening.
  651. After a while he was taught by Senyo Sojo (high-ranking Buddhist priest) at Hase-dera Temple in Nara, and became absorbed in the secrets of the Shingon Sect by Genyu Sojo at Chishakuin Temple.
  652. After a while the dispatch was canceled due to objections against the plan.
  653. After a while, Agemaki accompanying a warrior enters the scene again.
  654. After a while, Akesato was forced to leave, but she wouldn't leave, and kept holding the bars.
  655. After a while, Genji returned to Kyoto but, as before, Suetsumuhana was left alone, overcome with grief.
  656. After a while, Goin was generalized among the monks in Gosan (Zen temples highly ranked by the government).
  657. After a while, Ikyu comes out of Miuraya.
  658. After a while, Matashichiro, the son of Seijuro, arrived with dozens of disciples.
  659. After a while, Naoyuki NAGAI, a Hakodate bugyo administering the Hakodate port, came over and asked them to wait for a while until Enomoto came back from his business trip to Matsumae.
  660. After a while, Onna San no Miya's affair becomes apparent, just like Genji, who once betrayed his father Emperor Kiritsubo.
  661. After a while, SERZAWA, HIRAYAMA, and HIRAMA came home, and SERIZAWA and Oume, HIRAYAMA and Kichiei, entered into the 10 tatami mat bed room at the back of the house to go to sleep while HIRAMA entered into the bed room next to the entrance where Itosato was to go to sleep.
  662. After a while, Taro told her that he would go home, at which point Otohime gave him a casket, saying 'Don't ever open this.'
  663. After a while, YAMANAMI escaped from Shinsengumi, and went to Edo with Akesato.
  664. After a while, a construction work started in 1974 to build an conservation facility having a air conditioner in the front space south of the chamber and ended in March, 1976.
  665. After a while, a rumor spread out in school that Ushimatsu was from a buraku community, shortly followed by the brave death of Inoko.
  666. After a while, a successive dispute occurred within the Mariya clan between Nobutaka MARIYA & his younger half brother Nobumasa MARIYA. When Yoshiaki intervened in the dispute, he brought Yoshitaka SATOMI to his side, backed up Nobumasa, and expelled Nobutaka.
  667. After a while, a woman who holds a baby appears every day at a rice cake store near the town to buy some.
  668. After a while, he came to have involvement in shogunal administration.
  669. After a while, he escaped from the domain, and joined the Shogitai (group of former Tokugawa retainers opposed to the Meiji government who fought in the Battle of Ueno).
  670. After a while, he passed away.
  671. After a while, he protected Kunitomo village in Omi Province and made people there produce guns systematically by order of Shogun Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA, who was positive about bringing in guns and learned how to make gunpowder.
  672. After a while, he stayed in Shirakawago, Obu-go, Yamada-mura and Mt. Shakunage.
  673. After a while, he was reinstated and admitted to the court in 1168, and was granted the rank of usanmi (Junior Third Rank and promoted to the top court officials).
  674. After a while, his wound worsened and he died from it.
  675. After a while, it flew across the sky from that land, and flew away.
  676. After a while, maybe because of the mother's deep worry for her son, she gradually became able to see the spider; she held the spider down in the bed, but on the contrary, she was caught in the spider's thread.
  677. After a while, men with horses appeared at the temple, and although I was not told where we would go, I travelled on horseback for a few days and arrived at Mt. Yoshino.
  678. After a while, samurai began encroaching the manors and gradually established contrrol over the manors by paying an influential higher ranking samurai, who was able to warrant the samurai the control over the land, in a military service instead of land tax.
  679. After a while, she became ill and passed away at the end of October of the same year, praying to the gods for their safety.
  680. After a while, she began to serve Ippon no Miya Shushi (Empress Nagako), the eldest daughter of Emperor Ichijo.
  681. After a while, the Prince again sent his servant to check on the grave, but the dead body was missing and only the clothing that the Prince gave to him, neatly folded, remained on the top of the coffin.
  682. After a while, the Toi's ship came back.
  683. After a while, the leading character appears again from age-maku (curtain at the end of the elevated runway).
  684. After a while, the modernization of Japanese society reached a certain point, and instead, there occurred a movement in the opposite direction, such as nationalism and the pursuit of art unique to Japanese that has a nation-state of its own, so Japanese art attracted people's attention once again.
  685. After a while, the nobleman calls Rengashi (linked-verse poet) Joha SATOMURA and has him tell a story.
  686. After a while, these companies were integrated into large scale film companies such as Nikkatsu (merged into Daiei (films) during wartime), Shochiku, and Toho (the predecessor JO Studio closed in 1941).
  687. After a while, they heard someone burst into tears.
  688. After a while, vinegar soaks into rice enough to become good to be eaten.
  689. After a while, when Ieyasu heard that the daughter had become Mototada's wife, he gave a hearty laugh and permitted their marriage.
  690. After a year and a half, the first edition was completed on June 16, 1844.
  691. After abdicating and becoming the Retired Empreor, Heizei returned to his birthplace, Heijo-kyo, and when his health recovered slightly, he returned to ruling and started to use the rights of an emperor on his own accord.
  692. After abdicating the throne in favor of Imperial Prince Hisahito (Emperor Gofukakusa) in 1246, Gosaga made him abdicate the throne in 1260 in favor of Imperial Prince Tsunehito (Emperor Kameyama), Gofukakusa's brother by the same mother.
  693. After about 10 years of negotiation, the construction work of Takayama Dam started with the conditions that the plum groves would be restored and a new Tsukigase area would be created.
  694. After about 6 months of discussions, seven out of nine members approved the day.
  695. After about a month of discussions, the Shogunate at last accepted America's demand for the opening of Japan to the world.
  696. After about half a year, the building was completed on the land which had already been purchased, the present Imadegawa, so the school was relocated.
  697. After about ninety minutes, the lid of the pot is removed and the meat is further stewed for three to four hours, scooped up, dried in a dark place and cooled.
  698. After absorbing many companies, Seirin Corp. was renamed as Toyo Match, Ltd., and Benzo was called 'King of Match in Japan.'
  699. After absorbing the one-hundred and thirty-sixth bank, Osaka Kogyo Bank, Konishi Bank, Nishijin Bank, Fukuchiyama Bank and the eighty-seventh Bank, it became the big bank with 3,250 thousand yen of common stock and fifteen branches in Osaka, Kyoto, Shiga, Fukui and Fukuoka Prefectures at the end of 1902.
  700. After absorption, Shoryoryo came to manage funerals and Sogishi was responsible only for management of the equipments.
  701. After acquiring the technique from Tokoname-yaki, Echizen-yaki Ware started to be manufactured in Echizen-cho, Nyu-gun, Fukui Prefecture at the end of the 12th century.
  702. After acting in nine movies in total produced by Chie Pro, TAKEI left the production in February of 1929 and established 'Takei Ryuzo Production' (Takei Pro).
  703. After admitted Gyokuso HIROSE's talent for poetry, Motoyasu sent GYOTOKU to study poetry under the tutorship of Gyokuso HIROSE.
  704. After adopted into the Hirata family
  705. After advancing to the 159th move, and upon resuming the game after the 13th adjournment, Shusai made the historic move of excellence ('myoshu' in Japanese) to storm Seigen's black territory.
  706. After ages, the Tokunaga clan, which was the lord of the Takasu domain in Mino Province in the earlier Edo Period, claimed that his clan was a descendent of Ietaka.
  707. After all 42 kinds are called and the ceremony is finished, the list is hung in front of the shrine.
  708. After all 650 million taels were paid to the Powers by 1938, with which the compensation ended.
  709. After all soryo (an heir) of the Soma clan seems to be Taneuji, and Morotane remained a man with no rank nor post.
  710. After all the Cloistered Emperor appointed Emperor Antoku's younger brother, Shinomiya (Emperor Gotoba) to succeed the throne on August 20.
  711. After all the kinds of cherry blossoms finish falling throughout the country, it becomes late spring and the summer comes.
  712. After all the reforms, students began to obey the code of school discipline and Rakunan High School became a high-ranked school in terms of its educational offering and sports teams.
  713. After all their talks came up dry.
  714. After all this, Oishi Kura-no-suke made up his mind to take action.
  715. After all, 544 Kugyo and lords as well as 288 the other people signed on it.
  716. After all, Danjuro, doubling as the Zamoto of Shinbori-za Theater, had to pay its debt.
  717. After all, Hossho-bo pushes Raijin into a corner and reads 'Senju-darani sutra' and, when he finishes reading, Raijin prostrates himself at Hossho-bo saying 'That's all and please forgive me.'
  718. After all, Japan's steam locomotive technology did not reach an international level until the terminal phase (1950s) of development.
  719. After all, KONOE did not listen to SAIONJI's words of persuasion and respectfully declined the request of the cabinet.
  720. After all, Katsu successfully persuaded Enomoto and all other former retainers of the bakufu so, the seven ships returned to Shinagawa.
  721. After all, Kyoto survived the war and the Emperor stayed in Kyoto, however, Sonobe-jo Castle was entirely rebuilt in such a rough time, the end of Edo period.
  722. After all, Masahiro did not blame him for his failure and said 'Mitsuo had a good lesson.'
  723. After all, Nichiin refuted all the sects of Buddhism, and the bakufu officially approved dissemination of Daimoku sect.
  724. After all, Tadakiyo SAKAI's proposal didn't realize receiving an opposition from Masatoshi HOTTA; this is the story regarding the establishment of Miyashogun
  725. After all, Tomohide OKUMA's rebellion failed and he fled to Kai Province.
  726. After all, Yasuhide TSUCHIMIKADO, who was the adopted child of Yasunobu from the related Kurahashi family [great-great-grandson of Yasukuni on the genealogy], became the son-in-law of Yasukuni and became the successor.)
  727. After all, after about 80 years the management of the nationalized railway ended up returning to private sectors by the division and privatization of Japanese National Railways in 1987.
  728. After all, as Hidetada was too adamant to make concessions, he led the van.
  729. After all, breweries adjusted sake production and the bakufu failed to collect as much tax revenues as it had initially expected.
  730. After all, he died from his wound one month after the incident on August 23, 1864.
  731. After all, he was only 18 or 19 years old at the time of death (in the Honnoji Incident).
  732. After all, if the authority of the Shogun were to be eroded, so too would that of the Shugo daimyo.
  733. After all, in 1489, Yoshihisa who had changed his name to Yoshihiro died at the front at Magari in Omi Province, and therefore the suppression by bakufu was suspended and Takayori was temporarily discharged.
  734. After all, it was sorted out by Shugen, Shuei's younger brother, who succeeded the 20th for the time being and transferred it to Shuya one year later.
  735. After all, more than 1,240 thousand yen of the loan to Jutaro turned sour at the time of bankruptcy of the one-hundred and thirtieth bank.
  736. After all, most of the Giseikan (Legislature) members died and there remained only two kugyo (the top court officials) to serve: Moroe at Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank), Sadaiben (Controller of the Left) and Suzuka no Okimi at Jusanmi Okura-kyo (Minister of the Treasury).
  737. After all, only Nagaoka Daiwa and Ito-Yokado Marudai, which relocated to the front of the station and adopted the new name that is capped with the parent company's name, are still alive at present (Marudai's old store became a discount store called 'The Price Marudai' but eventually closed).
  738. After all, the Constitution of the Empire of Japan was never designed to be aligned with transcendentalism.
  739. After all, the Emperor Suzaku did not have an influential wife, and there was no Empress in kokyu (empress's residence).
  740. After all, the Muromachi bakufu did not issue Tokuseirei (order for return of land sold and dissolution of debts).
  741. After all, the conflict between the Soga clan and the Mononobe clan was concluded by the Teibi War in 587 when SOGA no Umako, who gained adherents from some princes, destroyed MONONOBE no Moriya with military force.
  742. After all, the dispatch of the secret agent became a problem and Gao Zong, blamed by Wan-yong LEE and others, had to give Sunjong his position as the emperor, which led to signing of the Japan-Korea Annexation Treaty (Third Japan-Korea Treaty).
  743. After all, the eldest son of Kokosai, who had been a Zen priest, returned to secular life to succeed the Matsuo family as the nineth head Hankosai.
  744. After all, the kebiishi, MINAMOTO no Mitsunobu was considered as the murderer (the reason unknown), and was deported to Tosa Province
  745. After all, the new government could not avoid dismantling the domains (a daimyo [Japanese feudal lord]) which ruled the local areas in order to build the modern state.
  746. After all, the situation was controlled by Saigo's compromise plan, on December 27, the governor conquering of Choshu was commanded soldiers withdrew to sending troops, then finished conquest.
  747. After all, the team finished in last place in the annual ranking, and it was settled that the team would be demoted to J2 for the second time.
  748. After all, their customers are turning to competitors such as hotels that are making use of the Internet.
  749. After all, this plan was not implemented; however, decrease in Tokugawa's authority and revival of the Emperor's Imperial Court authorities became obvious.
  750. After all, this tragedy turned out to be one of the causes that cut short the life of the Toyotomi government.
  751. After all, this written opinion got through, and dispatch of SAIGO was postponed indefinitely and vanished in smoke.
  752. After all, with a similar constitution, the Yi Dynasty Korea, in fact, ruled Korea after the establishment of the Korean Empire.
  753. After almost all of the buildings were destroyed by fire in the year 990, another fire struck in 1233 and the temple fell into ruin.
  754. After an absence of 137 years, the "Iwashimizu Hachiman-gu Shrine Hojo Taikai" was revived in 2004 by volunteers in its original joint Buddhist and Shinto form, and is conducted in a fashion reminiscent of ancient Hojoe.
  755. After an agreement with Enryaku-ji Temple was reached, the return of the government to the former capital was carried out on December 18, the next day.
  756. After an assistant gyoji (sumo referee) recites kiyomeharae no norito (Shinto ritual prayer for purification), the master of the festival conducts a rite and then he recites a prayer called katayakaiko while holding a military leader's fan.
  757. After an audience with a young samurai, the shogun remarked to his close aids, "What is his seinen? He seems still a child."
  758. After an entombment, the passage is blocked by Heisokuishi (piled stones) or Tobiraishi (door stone), but added burial is possible when the block is removed.
  759. After an escape from Kyoto, Yoshiaki relied on Yoshitaka ROKKAKU and Yoshiharu ROKKAKU of Omi Province, but Yoshiharu's secret contact with Miyoshi-Sanninshu made him flee to Yoshizumi TAKEDA of Wakasa Province on August.
  760. After an expedition failed to Japan during Genko (Mongol invasion attempts against Japan), the Yuan Dynasty tried to submit Japan to them peacefully with Buddhism and sent Issan to Japan.
  761. After an independent Daimyo family had been established, social standing became a sensitive issue to both head and branch families, resulting in disputes over a legal child or their head-and-branch relation.
  762. After an internal conflict (the Kyoroku Disturbance) in 1531 among followers of the Ikko sect, who had previosuly staged an uprising in Kaga, Takakage dispatched Soteki ASAKURA quell the group.
  763. After an invasion by the Shimazu clan of Satsuma Domain in 1609, the islands came under the rule of the Satsuma Domain with a secession of some territories.
  764. After an investigation into the Hideyoshi-built Jurakudai-ato (remains of Jurakudai) and Fushimi-jo Castle discovered that Omiya grape vine were grown using a trellis, such grapes produced on a trellis began to be called Juraku Budo Grape.
  765. After an investigation of han bills in 1705, the shogunate prohibited their use in 1707 because han bills prevented the circulation of coins issued by the shogunate (the order for the suspension of bills in the Hoei era).
  766. After an issei (shout), the woman appears again in the monk's dream.
  767. After an unbearable agony, I came to feel that I no longer stand up, and just that moment I finally encountered my hermitage covered with moss, the place far more tranquil than the outback of a secluded deep mountain.
  768. After appearing in the movie "Rashomon" directed by Akira KUROSAWA in 1950, he became a freelance actor in the autumn of 1951 and made a contract with Toho Co., Ltd.
  769. After appointed as Mutsu shugoshiki (provincial constables of Mutsu Province), Tanemune DATE drastically increased its influence by adopting Yoshinobu OSAKI in return for solving an internal conflict of the Osaki clan (then-Oshu Tandai), and putting the Osaki clan and later the Mogami clan of Dewa Province under control.
  770. After appointed as Sashoshi (assistant recorder of the left) and Sanhakase (official in charge of teaching mathematics and looking after mathematicians), Imao was allowed to move to Heian-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan at present-day Kyoto) in 853 and became a government official both in name and reality.
  771. After appointing a member of the Shinkai clan, who had been an influential minor official, as the acting Military Governor of Awa Province, Yoriyuki headed to the Chugoku region to deal with the Southern Army.
  772. After appointment to Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) the next year, he became Kurodo (Chamberlain) as well as Bicchu gon no suke (acting assistant governor of Bicchu Province) in 1168 and resigned Togu gakushi.
  773. After appreciating the great full moon, I found no more beautiful face at the party.
  774. After arguing which book is more authentic, it is now widely accepted that the original book of Noinbon is inferior to Sankanbon.
  775. After arguments, Chobei eventually accepted the money, and Chobei offered to adopt Bunshichi as his child and to make a relationship with Omiya as his relative in connection with this incident.
  776. After arrested, Yoei succeeded in escaping from prison, pretending to die of disease, and then Ganjin and his party headed for Fuzhou, where they had planned to set sail for Japan because they thought it difficult to sail from Jiangsu or Zhejiang.
  777. After arrived at O-gori County of Naniwa, he ordered each Kuni-no-mikotomochi (district director) of provinces to the west to send kagi, suzu and tsutainoshirushi (the keys, the bell and the token, which each Kuni-no-mikotomochi held and used for the exercise of imperial power).
  778. After arriving at Dazaifu, Ichinei presented the sovereign's message from Seiso of Yuan to regent Sadatoski HOJO.
  779. After arriving at Edo, he changed his name to 'Gonroku ODA' adopting the family name of the mother's side and lived in a house rented from Chuzaemon YOSHIDA in 6 chome, Kojimachi, but soon moved to another rented place of Koyamaya in 3 chome, Ishimachi, owned by Kuranosuke OISHI.
  780. After arriving at Edo, he changed his name to Juemon MIURA and lived at 3 chome, Ishimachi.
  781. After arriving at Edo-jo Castle on April 19, Imperial messengers delivered the messages from the current and retired emperors to Seii Taishogun (commander-in-chief of the expeditionary force against the barbarians) Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA.
  782. After arriving at Europe, he watched a German Grand Prix in N?rburgring of West Germany.
  783. After arriving at Gojo City, the bakufu's demesne, Tenchu-gumi decided to attack the local magistrate's office.
  784. After arriving at Kyoto, Noriyori, Yoshitsune, Shigeyori, Shegefusa and other several horsemen rushed to the Rokujo Palace where Emperor Goshirakawa was confined and guarded the Sento Imperial Palace.
  785. After arriving at Osaka, Koho and Ippo MISHOSAI founded Misho school of flower arrangement.
  786. After arriving at Yokohama Port, the party led by a special envoy Osman Pasha, who was also a commander of Ertu?rul, presented a letter from the Sultan to the Emperor Meiji on June 13 and was welcomed as the first goodwill mission to Japan from the Ottoman Empire.
  787. After arriving at the Kasuya-no-yakata castle, Kagenaka consulted with the key persons of UESUGI clan including Mochitomo, and decided to call back Noritada's younger brother, Fusaaki UESUGI, who was living in Kyoto as a new Kanto Kanrei and to defeat Shigeuji.
  788. After arriving in Edo, Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA confined himself to the Ueno Kanei-ji Temple and tried to show that he had no intention of revolting against the Emperor.
  789. After arriving in Kyoto, KIYOKAWA communicated secretly with imperial loyalist parties, and his scheme to make Roshi-gumi a force under control of the Emperor was discovered.
  790. After arriving in Owari, Yamato Takeru no Mikoto exchanged poems with Miyazu Hime who had already been engaged to be married.
  791. After arriving in Paris Montblanc remarkably became Japanese Consul General with the approval of Napoleon III.
  792. After arriving in Ryukyu, though initially faced with a number of difficulties, Manjiro's understanding of American motivations, as well as those of the Japanese, allowed him to serve as an interpreter during the treaty talks between the United States and the Empire of Japan.
  793. After arriving in Tokyo, he stayed at his relatives house and enrolled in telegraph school but after learning it was not to his liking, he enrolled in the Naval Accounting School (neither school required tuition).
  794. After arriving in Yamato, they fought under OTOMO no Fukei; however, Nihonshoki does not describe anything about Kobito's actions there.
  795. After arriving in the Province of Kibi, Iwate deceived Hiroshima to lay down his sword on the day to hand the Imperial letter, and killed Hiroshima by his own sword.
  796. After arriving in the Pure Land, flowers are in full bloom in one day and one night, and after 37 days later, they can open their eyes and listen, visit the land of each Amida or Bosatsu and then, after a long time, they can go to gokuraku jodo with the rank of juji (41 to 50 grades of 50 ranks).
  797. After ascending for a while, Kannon-do becomes visible.
  798. After ascending to the imperial throne, he attempted to restructure a political system centering on the Emperor.
  799. After asked "Do you do ascetic practices as has happened in the past?", they decide to join Suni-e and take a bath.
  800. After assassinating Shozan, Gensai had not killed anyone.
  801. After assigned to the 5th Company, he was appointed judge of court-martial of the 1st Division again.
  802. After assuming Chunagon (a vice-councilor of state) and Toka no sechie Geben (a kugyo who supervised many matters outside Jomei Gate at Toka no sechi-e (Imperial Court ceremonies where many persons danced while singing), he was appointed to Dainagon (a chief councilor of state) in 1525.
  803. After assuming Naikyobo no Betto (the chief of Naikyobo, a place in Imperial Palace where singing and dancing was taught), he was appointed to Ukone no daisho (the major captain of the right division of inner palace guards) and Umaryo gogen (an inspector of the right division of Bureau of Horses) in 1442.
  804. After assuming Sashoben (Minor Controller of the Left), he additionally held Settsu no kuni no kokushi (the governor of Settsu Province) in 1055.
  805. After assuming a post at Konoefu (the headquarters of the inner palace guards), a post in Sanuki Province, a post at Konoefu and a post in Sagami Province, he was appointed to Sangi (councilor), becoming a kugyo in 1437.
  806. After assuming office as Daikeishi, he visited police offices and branch stations all over Tokyo almost everyday after the end of a day's work.
  807. After assuming the family head, he obeyed an order of the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) to fight with Noriori SHONI.
  808. After assuming the position of lord of the domain, Toyoshige hated the administration that was centered around lineage and old retainers, and used Toyo YOSHIDA, who was the leading figure of the 'Shin Okozegumi' (the group of reformists).
  809. After assuming the position of master, she called herself the fourth Senko IKENOBO.
  810. After assuming the position of the head of Ashikaga School, he attended Ieyasu TOKUGAWA during the Battle of Sekigahara and at its front, he distinguished himself by conducting divination (using bamboo divination sticks).
  811. After assuming the role of chief priest at Enkaku-ji Temple and again at Jochi-ji Temple, he moved to Kyoto following Emperor Gouda's request and became the third chief priest of Nanzen-ji Temple.
  812. After assuming the throne, she appointed Dokyo to the responsible post of Daijo-daijin Zenji (Grand minister of state and Master of Zen Buddhism).
  813. After attacking Nobunaga and upon arriving at Kyoto, Mitsuhide gave gold and silver to the various powers of Kyoto, such as the Emperor, townspeople, temples and shrines.
  814. After attacking the Sanjo-dono and defeating Shinzei who had once escaped, FUJIWARA no Nobuyori gained real political power.
  815. After attending the Jeonju Meeting, he again saw action with the navy along the Korean coast.
  816. After barricading in the castle for three months Ujimasa HOJO and his son Ujinao HOJO surrendered.
  817. After bathing for purification, each person tied up the sleeves of their kimonos and underwent kugatachi.
  818. After battling with the Ikko sect followers until the end of the year, he finally subdued the uprising.
  819. After bearing the oldest son named Heima (平馬), Mine died at the age of 24, and Heima (平馬) was adopted to be the heir of the Yamamoto family.
  820. After beating Mitsuhide AKECHI, the Hojo clan faced against Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI who succeeded the project of unifying the whole nation from Nobunaga ODA.
  821. After becoming Ayabe Prefecture, it then became part of Kyoto Prefecture.
  822. After becoming Count Kunihide HIGASHIFUSHIMI, he issued "Hounsho" (Minyusha) in 1931, which is a book about Buddhist art.
  823. After becoming Kanpaku, Kaneyoshi asked the Edo bakufu for assistance in reviving the Daijo-sai festival (a festival to celebrate the succession of an emperor), which had drained the finances when it was revived once for Emperor Higashiyama and so was not held for Emperor Nakamikado.
  824. After becoming Shonagon (lesser councilor of state) and returning to Kyoto, he became Hyobushoyu (deputy minister of military arm) in 754, and in the following year was involved in the inspection of sakimori (soldiers deployed for boarder defenses) in Nanba.
  825. After becoming Ukon no jo (Lieutenant of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards), a kuzen-an (a written appointment) promoting him to Gyobu no taifu (Senior Assistant Minister of Justice) was issued, and he obtained the highest position as a painter.
  826. After becoming Ukone no daisho in 1611 again, he resigned and transferred to Naidaijin in 1614.
  827. After becoming a Buddhist priest, he went over to the Korean Peninsula, led by Kiyomasa KATO (a military man in the Sengoku period and a subordinate of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI) at the Bunroku War.
  828. After becoming a bureaucrat in the Meiji government, he fully demonstrated his knowledge and spirit of inquiry and was known as "the best bureaucrat in the Meiji period" by the people, but in the Meiji government with its clannish behavior, he was often timid.
  829. After becoming a kanpaku, Kanemichi hated Kaneie and kept interfering with Kaneie's promotion, and he even demoted Kaneie immediately before his (Kanemichi's) death.
  830. After becoming a monk, his title became Cloistered Imperial Prince by Imperial proclamation.
  831. After becoming a nun, she earnestly read the Hoke-kyo Sutra (the Lotus Sutra) and prayed to the Amida Buddha.
  832. After becoming a priest and entering the Buddhist priesthood at Mt. Gochi in Echigo Province at age 15, he gained experience at Mt. Nikko in Shimotsuke Province as well as Kencho-ji Temple and Engaku-ji Temple in Kamakura.
  833. After becoming a priest and entering the Buddhist priesthood at Tenryu-ji Temple at age 15, he traveled across the country and practiced Zen meditation under Muin Soin of Kaisei-ji Temple in Settsu Province.
  834. After becoming a priest at the temple in Mt. Hiei, he learned about the Tendai sect and lived in the Enkyo-in Temple.
  835. After becoming a priest in 1204, he studied Jodo (Pure Land) sect of Buddhism under Honen (founder of Jodo sect) and later became a believer in Shinran's teachings.
  836. After becoming a priest, Jocho made detailed chronicle lists of the main events of his father Shigesumi as well as that of his grandfather Jinemon Seimei NAKANO, and he also continued recording his personal details in his chronological list of the main events until two weeks before his death.
  837. After becoming a priest, he also participated in the government by the shogunate with staying at Koya-san Mountain.
  838. After becoming a priest, he assumed the name of Joshin.
  839. After becoming a priest, he made remarkable achievements as an expert of Yusoku kojitsu (court and samurai rules of ceremony and etiquette) and classical studies.
  840. After becoming a priest, he was called Renku.
  841. After becoming a priest, she lived with her daughter in her residence in Takebashi.
  842. After becoming a professor in the study of Japanese classical literature of Kitsuki Domain, he became Senkyoshi Gon no Shohakase of Jingikan (Department of Divinities) at the age of 53 in 1869.
  843. After becoming a retainer of Yoshitsune MINAMOTO, Kaison accompanied the flight of Yoshitsune and his party from Kyoto together with Musashibo Benkei and other retainers.
  844. After becoming a teacher at Sapporo Agriculture School, Hosei moved out to Tokyo, where he taught Japanese literature at Tokyo Girl's High School.
  845. After becoming a tono chujo (first secretary's captain) again, he was made a kugyo (court noble) and ended up becoming a Chunagon (vice-councilor of state).
  846. After becoming an Ajari, Keichu became a Juji (chief priest) of Mandara-in Temple in Ikutama, Ozaka, where he interacted with Choryu SHIMOKOBE, but Keichu, who disliked secular affairs, went on pilgrimage within Kinai region (provinces surrounding Kyoto and Nara) as he went back to Mt. Koya.
  847. After becoming an adopted child of Sakihisa KONOE and receiving an imperial proclamation to become kanpaku in August 6, he was given the family name, TOYOTOMI, in October 21, 1586.
  848. After becoming an incorporated association
  849. After becoming disillusioned with Kenmu Restoration that returned power to Emperor Godaigo, Takauji set up the Muromachi Shogunate in Kyoto with Emperor Komyo as his nominal master and was appointed the Seii Taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians").
  850. After becoming embroiled in a conflict with FUJIWARA no Nakamaro, the Emperor Junnin (dethroned in Awaji Province) was exiled to Awaji Province where he died, but in 1873 his spirit was returned to Kyoto and enshrined along with the Emperor Sutoku and the shrine was classified as a Kanpei Chusha (middle-scale government shrines).
  851. After becoming shogun, Yoshimune TOKUGAWA dismissed Akifusa MANABE and Hakuseki ARAI who had been sobayonin (lord chamberlains) since the era of the sixth shogun Ienobu TOKUGAWA, to restore rule from the sobayonin to the shogun.
  852. After becoming shogun, he strived to ensure maritime safety by creating a position called 'Kujirabune Sayamawashi Goyo' to use kujirabune (traditional Japanese ship used for whaling) when a river flooded, to save victims and retrieve cargoes and rubbishes flushed into the gulf of Edo.
  853. After becoming the Genba no Kami (Director of the Bureau of Buddhism and Aliens) in 737, he successively held the posts of Nakatsukasa no taifu (Senior Assistant Minister of the Ministry of Central Affairs), Sanuki no kuni no kami (Provincial Governor of Sanuki), and Harima no kuni no kami (governor of Harima Province).
  854. After becoming the Kanke no kumi (Kan Family) his child, Masakane, became the Oryoshi (government's law-enforcement officer) of Mimasaka.
  855. After becoming the chief director of the Kawasaki Sohonten in the same year and holding executive positions in related companies like the Toa Cement, he took part in the establishment of Japan Radio Company and Japan Air Transport.
  856. After becoming the chief priest of Yasaka-jinja Shrine in 1938, he kept the post until 1976 (but resigned from February to June 1946 due to abolition of Kankoku Heisha posts) and became honorary chief priest after retirement.
  857. After becoming the disciple of Ji Sect founder Ippen in 1277 in Kyushu, he accompanied him on his travels around Japan.
  858. After becoming the eighth shogun in 1449, in 1451 Yoshimasa intervened in the personnel administration of the Shugodai (deputy of Shugo, provincial constable) of Owari Province, Yoshitake SHIBA, aiding in the dismissal of Toshihiro ODA and attempting to install Satohiro ODA as Shugodai.
  859. After becoming the family head, he tried to strengthen the relationship with temple and shrine powers by donating his territories in order to solidify his position.
  860. After becoming the second head of Misho school, Koho was assigned to a responsible post for flower arrangement services at Daikaku-ji Temple (current Daikaku-ji Temple) in 1829.
  861. After been taken to Kyoto, where a deliberation for his punishment was held, he was banished to the Awa Province.
  862. After being Gon Chunagon, Toka no sechie Geben (a kugyo who supervised many matters outside Jomei Gate at the Imperial Court Ceremony called Toka no sechie), and Dazai no gon no sochi (administrative head of Daizaifu in Kyushu), he became Gon Dainagon in 1754.
  863. After being Tono Chujo (the first secretary's captain), he was appointed as Gon Chunagon (a provisional Middle Counselor) in March, 1200.
  864. After being a chief priest of Keitoku-ji Temple, Toji-ji Temple and so on, he became the 44th chief priest of Sokoku-ji Temple at the age of 39 on May 8, 1432.
  865. After being a teacher at Wakayama Prefectural Agriculture School (present Wakayama Prefectural Nanbu High School) and at Kobe City Shinko Commercial High School (present Kobe municipal SHINKO senior high school), he became Negi (Shinto priest) of Nikko Toshogu Shrine in 1923.
  866. After being a wandering priest without a temple to serve, as his father became unemployed as the chief priest of the Honsho-ji Temple, Ryoi studied under Yoshitsu (容膝) to be acquainted with the Three Creeds of Confucianism, Buddhism, and Shintoism.
  867. After being abandoned in Kyoto, Yoshitsune escaped to Oshu and came under the protection of FUJIWARA no Hidehira.
  868. After being an assistant for director Tomotaka TASAKA and others, he made his debut as a director in "Yaro and Ogon" (Guys and Gold) in 1958.
  869. After being appointed giso (conveying decisions of the Daijokan, or Department of State to the emperor) and Dazai gon no sochi (Provisional Governor-General of Dazai-fu, the office governing Kyushu) in 1185, and then Minbukyo (Minister of Popular Affairs) in 1190, he was awarded the rank of Shonii (Senior Second Rank) in the next year
  870. After being appointed to Naishi no suke later, she was called Gen no Naishinosuke, Gen no Otenji, and Koichijo no Tsubone.
  871. After being appointed to Shinano no kami (Governor of Shinano Province) in 1108, he dueled with MINAMOTO no Akikuni, Shimotsuke no kuni no kami (the governor of Shimotsuke Province) on the way to Mino Province and was killed there by Akikuni, along with retainers of MINAMOTO no Tameyoshi.
  872. After being appointed to the positions of Ecchu no Kami (Governor of Ecchu Province), Ushosho (Minor Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards), Sachujo (Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards), and Kurodo (chamberlain), he assumed the positions of Kurodo no To (head chamberlain) in 1137 and Sangi (Councilor) of Emperor Sutoku in the following year.
  873. After being appointed to the positions of Jiju (Chamberlain) and Ukon no Chujo (Middle Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards), he was awarded the Junior Third Court Rank, Hisangi (advisor at large), in August 1255 of the following year.
  874. After being assigned as Kanrei, he led the shogunate government implementing Hanzeirei (order allowing military governors, or Shugo, to collect half of the taxes from manors and demesnes as military fund) and making peace with the Southern Court while assisting the youthful Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA.
  875. After being awarded a letter of appreciation and a reward of over 200 ryo from the Imperial court/shogunate/Aizu Clan, they recruiting a second round of members, and when KONDO returned to Edo, he let Kinetaro ITO and his followers join Shinsen-gumi.
  876. After being banished from Kyoto by Nobunaga ODA, Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA who was the 15th Shogun of the Muromachi the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) moved his camp to Tomo, supported by the Mori and some other clans, where Yoshiaki attempted to seize the opportunity to defeat Nobunaga.
  877. After being boiled, the noodles are washed to remove the sliminess and then tightened in cold water.
  878. After being broiled, it is coated with an made from soy-sauce, sugar, sweet sake for seasoning, starch and water.
  879. After being burned down in 1929, it was relocated and built anew in Yotsubashi (Nishi Ward, Osaka City) but was burned down again at the time of Osaka Air Raid in 1945.
  880. After being captured, he was moved to Nagasaki and was punished by decapitation.
  881. After being certified as full proficiency of Ikei-ha group of Sekishu-ryu school in 1771, he attained his own style of tea ceremony using examples from various schools, and issued an order to revise chaji (tea ceremony) in 1802.
  882. After being closed due to the Sanpo War in 1510, it was never reopened.
  883. After being closed once, Naijiho Wakan was reopened by the treaty between Tsushima and Korea in 1512, but again closed due to the Wako Incident in 1544 and was never reopened.
  884. After being colorfully decorated with broiled conger eels, shrimps, whitefish, Kinshitamago (thinly shredded egg omelet), snow peas, gingko nuts, sakura denbu and so on over the vinegared rice of Bara-zushi, this sushi is steamed with seiro (bamboo steamer) and eaten.
  885. After being commonly practiced for a long time at Sado club (a tea ceremony club) in the National Defense Academy, the school decided to receive a new head from the Omotesenke school as a successor to their first head, Gesshi AKINO (秋野月紫), when he died in 2006.
  886. After being conferred as Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) and being appointed as Sangi (Councilor) and Sakone no chujo (Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards), he was conferred Junii (Junior Second Rank) Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state) in 1753, but in 1758, he was implicated in the Horeki Incident.
  887. After being deeply shocked by the Sakurada Gate Incident which occurred in 1860 his ideology shifted towards overthrowing of the Tokugawa Shogunate and of Sonno joi.
  888. After being defeated at the battle of Wada-toge, Saigo ordered the dissolution of the military and some soldiers went back to their hometown, but he stayed with Saigo.
  889. After being defeated at various places, the Taira family escaped to Katashina-mura, which is located near Oze and surrounded by steep mountains, and Heike no Ochudo settled there and prospered.
  890. After being defeated by MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune, they evacuated to the headquarters of the Heike clan in the Yashima peninsula.
  891. After being defeated by ozeki Kyuzaburo WAKASHIMA, he had a 35-bout winning streak up until the May 1884 tournament.
  892. After being defeated by the army of Mochimasu TOKI (Shugo [a provincial military governor]), Mitsunaga FUTAKI and others obeying Yoshimochi ASHIKAGA, he surrendered to them through the mediation of the Imperial Court in August of the following year.
  893. After being defeated in the Battle of Sekigahara, Tametora MISAWA took a post as chief retainer of Chofu Domain, while the Misawa clan continued to exist as statesmen of the Chofu Domain during the Edo period.
  894. After being defeated in the Heiji Rebellion, he bided his time in Kishu Kumano.
  895. After being defeated in the Heiji Rebellion, he slipped into Kyoto by himself and plotted to assassinate TAIRA no Kiyomori.
  896. After being defeated in the Hogen Disturbance, Retired Emperor Sutoku was exiled to Sanuki Province where he died.
  897. After being defeated in this political struggle, Tadayoshi switched his allegiance to the Southern Court, and Tadafuyu ASHIKAGA, Takauji's son and Tadayoshi's adopted child, followed his adopted father in switching sides, fleeing to Kyushu and fighting against the Northern Court.
  898. After being defeated, Yoshikane lost his strength and died with much regret in June 939.
  899. After being defeated, he committed suicide in MINAMOTO no Yoritomo Hokke-do Hall with his children Tokimura and Yasuchika.
  900. After being defeated, he escaped with Yorinaga, but was captured not permitting to go into priesthood after the unnatural death of Yorinaga.
  901. After being demobilized from the southern front, in 1947 he filmed "Anjoke no Butokai" (The Ball of the Anjo Family) which depicted the decline of a noble family and signified the arrival of a new society and was met with a good reaction; ranking number one in the Kinema Junpo magazine's top ten.
  902. After being demobilized, he rejoined Toho Co., Ltd., and accumulated experiences under such film directors as Masahiro MAKINO, Senkichi TANIGUCHI, Mikio NARISE, and Ishiro HONDA.
  903. After being deprived of Ise Province, Yasuyuki participated in Meitoku War in 1391, standing for bakufu.
  904. After being deprived of his domain, he led a secluded life in Kyoto, and died in 1601.
  905. After being destroyed by fire during the Onin War, Sam-mon gate and the butsu-den (Buddha hall) were not rebuilt, with the Hatto (lecture hall) serving as the butsu-den (hall in which the object of worship is enshrined).
  906. After being destroyed by fired in 1819, reconstruction was undertaken and completed before 1826.
  907. After being devoted to construction of the Togu-gosho Crown Prince's Palace, he reported to Emperor Meiji on the completion of the palace, but the Emperor said nothing except that the palace was 'too luxurious,' and this shocked him so much that he became physically weak and susceptible to illnesses.
  908. After being discharged from military service, Suzuki graduated from the former Hirosaki High School in 1948.
  909. After being discharged from prison in 1863, he planed the Yamato gyoko (Imperial Trip to the Yamato Province) with court nobles of the Joi-ha (group advocating expelling barbarians), including Sanetomi SANJO and Izumi MAKI, however faced a setback with the Coup of August 18.
  910. After being dismissed from Nikkatsu, Suzuki's wife and friends supported his livelihood and professional existence, and he returned to the movie industry with "Hiren Monogatari" produced by Ikki KAJIWARA.
  911. After being dismissed from the membership of Association for Japanese Noh Plays in 2002, it became impossible for him to play "Ai kyogen" (comic interlude in Noh), which is performed in the interval of Noh play, since he was not allowed to play on the stages affiliated to Association for Japanese Noh Plays.
  912. After being diverted, the Nishitakase-gawa River runs eastwards crisscrossing the Arisu-gawa River and the Tenjin-gawa River (Kyoto City) along the way and changes its direction southwards in Mibu Amagaike-cho Nakagyo Ward.
  913. After being dragged through the streets of Kyoto, the capital, they were sent to Kamakura under guard by MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune in May.
  914. After being dried with paper, they are sliced into about 1 cm pieces with a sashimi knife, stacked on a big plate and served with sufficient amount of condiments and sauce on top.
  915. After being dried, kelp is widely used for making soup stock in Japanese cuisine.
  916. After being educated at Gakushuin Primary School and Gakushuin Girls' Junior and Senior High Schools, Yasuko IKENOBO entered the Department of Japanese Language and Literature of the Gakushuin University Faculty of Letters.
  917. After being exiled from Takamanohara, Susano felt hungry and asked Ogetsuhime for food, and Ogetsuhime slowly gave Susano various kinds of food.
  918. After being exiled to Echigo, propagated in Kanto.
  919. After being exiled to Izu, Ninkan changed his name to Rennen and worked to spread Shingon teachings.
  920. After being exiled to Tosa, came back to Kyoto.
  921. After being freed from the disciplinary confinement, he immersed himself in his hobbies; he was awarded the title of Koshaku and lived into the Taisho Period.
  922. After being fully rehydrated, dried beans are simmered gently over low heat.
  923. After being given the yohogama (square kettle) from Sotan, he received funding for the yohoan (square hermitage) from Suigan, the abbot of Daitoku-ji Temple.
  924. After being granted Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) in 826, the second prince Takae (802-858) served as the Inaba no kami (Governor of Inaba Province) and Otoneri-no-kami (Director of the Bureau of Royal Attendants).
  925. After being imported into Japan during the Asuka period, Buddhism came under state control and temples were established by the nation and influential clans.
  926. After being in office only a few months, Moroie lost his post, retired from the world and never returned to official posts for nearly half a century afterwards.
  927. After being informed of the planned execution of Isami during the Boshin War, Yugoro witnessed his execution in Itabashi,
  928. After being investigated he was exiled to Aki Province and lived there until he was remitted in 1189.
  929. After being made Commander of Sendai Garrison in 1880, he was promoted to Lieutenant General in February 1881 and was appointed to member of the Genroin.
  930. After being made governor of Inaba Province in 997, hosho (major general) TACHIBANA no Yukihira, who was a grandson of Dainagon (chief councilor of state) TACHIBANA no Yoshifuru, fell severely ill while returning to Kyoto.
  931. After being managed by the Ministry of Interior, the Local Finance Bureaus of the Ministry of Treasury, and then the Nara Prefectural Government, the precinct land, which was reduced to one fifths of its original space, was sold to Todai-ji Temple in 1951.
  932. After being moved to a hermitage located at Ono, the foot of Mt. Hiei, Ukifune recovered consciousness at last in late summer.
  933. After being moved to the city center and Mt. Higashiyama (Kyoto Prefecture), it arrived at the temple site on the eastern foot of Mt. Funaokayama located at the north of the capital in 1331.
  934. After being notified of acceptance in mid-December, he or she applies for registration at his or her production area committee and is registered as a traditional craftsman in late February the next year.
  935. After being nurtured by Koonin, he went to Kyoto to study from 1698 to 1699.
  936. After being ordained jugoi (Junior Fifth Rank) in 1871, he called himself Jun MATSUMOTO.
  937. After being ordered by the clan to take kyogen training at the age of 11, he became a disciple of Magozaemon MIYANO and then Kenkichi KOMATSU.
  938. After being promoted to a geigi, they begin to draw distinct eyebrows and put on thicker eyeliners than when they were a maiko in order to look more mature.
  939. After being promoted to the master of a Renga hall at Osakatenmangu Shrine in 1647, he had many disciples nationwide.
  940. After being promoted to vice admiral, he turned to politics and became a member of Kizokuin (the House of Peers).
  941. After being put at ease with a feast of noble women's blood and flesh, at the height of festivities, Yorimitsu slipped Shuten Doji some poisoned sake called 'Jinbenkidoku-shu,' which he had given, together with a helmet, by a god and when Shuten Doji was paralyzed after drinking the sake, Yorimitsu cut off his head.
  942. After being put out from the steamer, the steamed sweet potato is peeled and expanded on bamboo screens, and dried in the sun for about a week utilizing chilly wind peculiar to the winter.
  943. After being reconstructed for preservation, it is open to the public for free.
  944. After being referred to as Nyogo (or Kiritsubo no okata, miyasudokoro and so on), she stood highest in the favor of the crown prince and became pregnant (at the age of thirteen years old by the old Japanese system).
  945. After being released from confinement, Ichinei's reputation improved, and as well as many priests, many secular people visited Ichinei's thatched hut almost every day.
  946. After being released, HOSHI ran for the 2nd general election of the House of Representatives in 1892, with a campaign pledge that he would become chairman of the House of Representatives, and was elected as a parliament member.
  947. After being released, he went again to Kyoto and organized Tenchugumi backing up Tadamitsu NAKAYAMA in order to become a vanguard of the imperial visit to Yamato of the Emperor Komei, and raised an army in Yamato Province.
  948. After being relocated to Joruri-ji Temple, the Buddhist alter was installed in the lower floor and a statue of Bhaisajyaguru (Important Cultural Property, ordinarily hidden from public view) was placed on top.
  949. After being replaced by an electric train, the through-train stops at Seta Station, but some local trains still run the outer line.
  950. After being restored to his original status in April 1166, he was appointed Sashoben (Second Assistant Controller of the Left) in May, and, in July, he was appointed to three posts concurrently, Uchuben (First Assistant Controller of the Right), kebiishi, Saemon no gon no suke (provisional assistant captain of the Left Division of Outer Palace Guards), and kurodo.
  951. After being reviewed by the local government of Iwakuni in 1698, it was approved for publication in 1706 and was actually published in 1717.
  952. After being rinsed lightly and reconstituted, kiriboshi daikon is eaten as it is with soy sauce and vinegar, or it is used for cooking.
  953. After being served at the table, diners proceed to mix the ingredients with their chopsticks while saying 'lou hei' or 'Fa' before eating, a style of eating known as 'lou yu sang' that is done in order to wish for prosperity in business.
  954. After being shaped, noodles are packaged as they are, or after being sprinkled with some flour.
  955. After being soaked in water, dried Kanpyo is used in sushi, nimono (boiled dishes) and aemono (chopped fish, shell-fish and vegetables in various dressings).
  956. After being sojaban (an official in charge of the ceremonies), jisha-bugyo (magistrate of temples and shrines), Osaka jodai (the keeper of Osaka Castle), and Kyoto shoshidai (The Kyoto deputy), he assumed the position of roju (member of shogun's council of elders).
  957. After being sojaban (an official in charge of the ceremonies), jisha-bugyo (magistrate of temples and shrines), and Kyoto shoshidai (The Kyoto deputy), he became a roju and was in charge of the coastal defense department.
  958. After being sporadically held in 1158 and 1174, the event was finally abolished.
  959. After being stripped of his privileges as a monk when he was exiled, following Honen's advice, he stayed as hiso hizoku (neither monk nor lay) until his death (since he was no longer a monk, he did not place importance on the religious precept and ate meat and married).
  960. After being the Governor of Inaba Province and Moku no kami (chief of Bureau of Carpentry), he was assigned to the Governor of Kai Province again in 822, but transferred to Uhyoe no Gon no suke (provisional assistant captain of the Right Division of Middle Palace Guards) in 824.
  961. After being thrown off their horses, both of them scuffled with each other, rolling over and over.
  962. After being trained as an opening act, she made her debut as a kamikiri performer in a vaudeville theater iduring September 2008.
  963. After being trained in these vehicles, people who are trying to become a taxi driver take practical training with an actual taxi in which the supervisor who acts as an instructor and a real passenger are seated (there are some taxi companies that omit one of the two training sessions mentioned above).
  964. After being transferred from the Niwa clan to the Hashiba clan at Hideyoshi's request in 1574, he became the lord of the Takeda-jo Castle in Tajima Province and was granted properties yielding 10,000 koku (approximately 1,803.9 cubic meters of crop yields) in 1580.
  965. After being transferred to the Shochiku Kamata Studio in 1927, "Hazukashii Yume" (Shameful Dream) directed by Heinosuke GOSHO was very well received.
  966. After being urged not only by people connected to the Shogunate but also repeatedly by the Imperial court, he finally accepted the appointment of 15th Shogun at Nijo-jo Castle in December of that year.
  967. After being washed well, ume are carefully wiped dry and sun-dried for about an hour.
  968. After birth, the Princess was entrusted to the wet nurse at the Imperial residence, keeping her mother's origin secret.
  969. After boiler rooms were built into public bath houses, chimney installations and heights were specified by a law.
  970. After boiling, remove the bones.
  971. After both TAJIHI no Shima and OTOMO no Miyuki died in 701, ABE no Miushi had dominated Daijokan as Udaijin for two years.
  972. After both of them had served as Naidaijin (the post was passed from Kushige to Hirohata on March 10), Kaneyoshi was reappointed on March 14.
  973. After both sides have made the first scoring, both players can throw back enemy's balls and strive for putting their own balls into the goal.
  974. After bowing to the far place finished and preparations for suicide by disembowelment were made, Beppu assisted the suicide by beheading SAIGO as soon as he yelled 'Forgive me !'
  975. After bowing twice, while standing, turn your upper body to the left stretching both your arms out to the left with sleeves together, turn right and left maintaining the same posture, then kneel down on your left knee and do the same.
  976. After bowing, do gassho raihai and shomyo nenbutsu while looking up the honzon.
  977. After briefly returning to Kyoto, he went back to Mutsu Province in order to build Izawa Castle in the conquered area, accepting the surrender of more than 500 Ezo soldiers, including chief commanders Aterui and More.
  978. After broiling mainly freshwater fish such as ayu (sweetfish), carps, gobies, crucian carps, and lake smelts without seasoning or as raw, simmer them in the soup with soy sauce, mirin (sweet cooking rice wine), and plenty of sugar and mizuame (starch syrup) to have 'teri' (glaze).
  979. After burning down in 1868, it was rebuilt over a century later in 1992.
  980. After burning the tongue or mouth by eating a hot "atsumono" (soup or soup dish), they eat even a cold namasu by blowing on it.
  981. After buying state-of-the-art minting machines from Hong Kong, a modern way of minting currency was introduced to prevent forgery.
  982. After camped at Sauenapachi, he left for Korsakov (Sakhalin) at 3: 30 in the morning.
  983. After captured and taken to Japan by the Japanese army, she was transferred to Yukinaga KONISHI, a Christian daimyo (Christian feudal lord) and brought up by him and his wife.
  984. After capturing and securing Retired Emperor Goshirakawa and Josaimonin (his biological sister), they torched Sanjo Palace and unleashed a relentless barrage of arrows against those who tried to flee.
  985. After careful consideration, Yoshimori sent the migyosho to Tokimasa.
  986. After carefully covering the entire pattern with the same resisting agent as used on the contours ('fusenori'), the cloth is dyed with the base color.
  987. After carrying a tea bowl, the host folds his or her kobukusa double and puts it into the inside of the front flap of kimono.
  988. After carrying on a sword rental business for theaters and a tea making business, he studied law and received a lawyer's license in 1877.
  989. After carrying out these measures, Kiyomori returned to Fukuhara.
  990. After castles other than main castles were abandoned by Ikkoku Ichijo Rei (Law of One Castle per Province) in1615, many daimyos who were newly promoted or who had their domains subdivided appeared, causing the lack of the sites to be given for building castles.
  991. After celebrating his coming of age, he called himself Tsunemochi ICHIJO, started to call himself Harumochi OUCHI, after being granted and using one of the Chinese characters used in the name of Yoshiharu ASHIKAGA, when he was adopted by the Ouchi family.
  992. After celebration, the crane and the tortoise dance to celebrate longevity of the emperor.
  993. After certified, the corporation comes into effect by registering for establishment at the location of the office.
  994. After changing his common name to Saburo from Izumi on June 18 before leaving, Hisamitsu left Kyoto following Shigenori OHARA, the Imperial envoy, on June 30, and arrived in Edo on July 16th.
  995. After changing his name to Rokuro UMEWAKA and leaving the Umewaka family to become the founder of Yoshiyuki KANZE family, his younger brother still accompanied the Umewaka family.
  996. After changing his name, he has become the president of KAINOSHO (former Keiburein) and the author of a book, 'Inner Branding.'
  997. After changing the name of the era to Tensho in the same year, he invaded Echizen Province and Omi Province, and destroyed Nagamasa ASAI and Yoshikage ASAKURA.
  998. After childbirth, Onna Sannomiya, his mother, suddenly became a nun and his father, Genji, also could not forget past karma and although he outwardly treated the baby kindly, he could not do so without reservation.
  999. After children pound the ground, a semi circle hole was left in the front yard of each house; the bigger it was, the happier they were.
  1000. After civilization and enlightenment, 'seiyo kabure' ceased to be something unusual.

12001 ~ 13000

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