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  1. After civilization and enlightenment, the influence of feudalism and national isolation seemed to disappear and modern culture flooded into Japan from Western countries.
  2. After closing Kameyama pottery, Kendo charged the restoration of the pottery to his eldest child, Seikai.
  3. After closing the country, however, the national policy focused exclusively on domestic affairs, and a domestically self-supported economy was formed.
  4. After closure, only the Confucian Shrine and a few other buildings were left.
  5. After coating this dish thinly with sauce, okonomiyaki was put on it.
  6. After coaxing Masayuki SANADA, Yoshimasa KISO and Yoritada SUWA and others, the Hojo army also beat Nobushige YODA and others, who raised an army with former Takeda soldiers as the Tokugawa side.
  7. After coloring the soil-contained paper, it not only becomes resistant to insect damage and increases the ability of concealment, but also becomes more durable for longer life without turning yellow from light and in fact becomes more beautiful and has a smoother surface over time.
  8. After combining these two ceremonies, the main pillar of the 'Juo-kyo Sutra' was gradually shifted to the Shichishichisai.
  9. After combining with Danjodai (Board of Censors) on August 24, 1871, Gyobu-sho was renamed Shiho-sho (Ministry of Justice).
  10. After coming back from the church, Father Gregorio de Sespedes, a Jesuit staying in Osaka, arranged a secret baptism for Tama and she received the Christian name 'Garasha', a Japanized form of Gracia (from Gratia, meaning grace and blessing in Latin).
  11. After coming back home from Nagasaki, he was offered a post as hojutsuka (a ballistic specialist) of Naegi domain of Mino Province, which was his home town, but he rejected it.
  12. After coming back to Japan he became a teacher of Kaiseijo of the bakufu and he submitted reform proposals such as 'Gidai Soan' and 'Besshi Gidai Soan' in 1867.
  13. After coming back to Japan, Chushin stayed with Shokai Reiken at Tenryu-ji Temple, and he had the second chance to talk with Shushin GIDO, who was at Kennin-ji Temple, in 1380.
  14. After coming back to Japan, Saicho was highly interested in Mikkyo and came to study under Kukai, who was younger than him and lower than him in ranking as a Buddhist priest but studied authentic Mikkyo and came back to Japan.
  15. After coming back to Japan, he published a book of songs "Omokage" (Vestiges), a novel "Maihime" (The Dancing Girl) and a translated book "Sokkyo Shijin" (Improvising Poet), and also began to issue a literary magazine "Shigarami Soshi" (Constraint Brochure) by himself to start his career as a writer.
  16. After coming back to Japan, he served the Ministry of Education and then Genroin (the Chamber of Elders), and was appointed as a member of 'National Constitution Research Committee' with Sakimitsu YANAGIWARA, Bisei FUKUBA, Nobuyuki NAKAJIMA, and other members.
  17. After coming back to Japan, he westernized his living style and learned the art of social intercourse.
  18. After coming back to Mikawa Province, he departed to kill Mitsuhide, but when he arrived at the Atsuta-jingu Shrine, he heard about the Battle of Yamazaki and went back.
  19. After coming back to Tsu, while running medical practice, he also learned waka (a 31-syllable Japanese poem) from Imperial Prince Arisugawanomiya Yorihito and studied Japanese classical culture by himself.
  20. After coming back to his domain, he served as a government official concerning translation and a military drill.
  21. After coming home, followers gathered to Takayo from in/outside of the domain.
  22. After completely abandoning his own future and bringing his reason for being in this world to naught, Yoken determined to set fire to the Kinkaku-ji Temple to fulfill his aesthetic ideals.
  23. After completing temae, hold the kensui by the left hand first and leave the seat.
  24. After completing the meeting with Katsu, Saigo left Edo and rushed to Kyoto.
  25. After completing the memorial service on the forty-ninth day after the death of Lady Aoi, Genji went back to the Nijo-in mansion and secretly married Lady Murasaki.
  26. After completing the replacement with series 103 on the Keihanshin Local Line, JNR replaced in August 1976 an extra tailer car disjoined at Takatsuki Depot with a Tc transferred from Keihin Tohoku Line to Morinomiya Tram Depot which was converted to an air-conditioned car at the time of transfer.
  27. After completion of the Yawata City Station Front Bus Terminal in 1983, an alteration of the route was made between Yawata Elementary School (the names of the bus stops were later standardized by the naming policy of Keihan Bus, and this bus stop was renamed 'Yawata Elementry School Front' from April 1, 2006) and Keihan Yawata.
  28. After completion of the casting of the Great Buddha, the construction work for the Great Buddha Hall started; the hall construction was completed in 758.
  29. After composing 50 poems having to do with the Tanabata festival, when The Weaver and the Cowherd meet, she holds a religious service for the repose of Sukemori's soul on the anniversary of his death, and wishing there were someone to mourn for her after her own death, her grief continues on and on.
  30. After conclusion of the Japanese-Korea Treaty, as Japan's interferences to the politics in Korea became clear, antipathy toward Japan hardened.
  31. After conclusion of the treaty, the Qing dynasty became positively involved with Korea in order to maintain the last subject state under the tributary system.
  32. After conclusion of this treaty, the Qing dynasty concluded treaties modeled after it with various countries and, when "Bankoku Koho" was published, such treaties had been concluded with over twenty countries.
  33. After conducting ascetic training at Ryuho-ji Temple in Inaba Province (Tottori City, Tottori Prefecture), he practiced Zen meditation under the guidance of Ryuki INGEN, who was then staying in Nagasaki City, and was involved in the foundation of Manpuku-ji Temple.
  34. After confirming contents of each sobun approved by the Emperor, Shikiji-kugyou would hand them down one by one to Fuhito notifying the result of imperial decision on each sobun.
  35. After confirming the Konishi clan troops were obstructed, Yoshihiro SHIMAZU, who had retreated from Sacheon, and other commanders such as Muneshige TACHIBANA, Hirotaka TERASAWA and Yoshitomo SO organized the naval troops and made an attack to rescue the Konishi clan troops.
  36. After confusion caused by Chokei MIYOSHI's death, such countries were conquered by Nobunaga ODA's entrance into Kyoto.
  37. After conquering Kibi Province, he is believed to have used it as a foothold to advance to Sanuki and Izumo Provinces.
  38. After conquering Mino Province, as Nobunaga's territory had a border with Takeda's territory, Nobunaga established the friendly association with Shingen; when Shigen started invading Suruga, Nobunaga tried to reconciliate between Kai and Echigo with the help of Akiyoshi.
  39. After conquering Tanba, Mitsuhide was based here in order to govern Tanba, but later he brought about the Honno-ji Incident (his attack on Nobunaga at Honno-ji Temple) in 1582, and he was killed during his retreat after losing the battle with Hideyoshi.
  40. After consideration, Ako Roshi (lordless samurai of Ako domain) prepared thick marutake (hewn bamboo) stretched rope in the form of bow, put its ends on the threshold and kamoi of the shutters and cut the rope.
  41. After consideration, he again requested Kaoru, who had been promoted to Middle Counselor, to be the guardian of his daughters.
  42. After considering there was a record that Tsunemoto showed his existence only for seven or eight years in the history although he was the originator of Seiwa-Genji (Minamoto clan), his correct birth and death year was unknown.
  43. After construction of the Mahayana ordination hall, Mt. Hiei produced numerous famous monks who are remembered in the history of Japanese Buddhism.
  44. After continuing besieging the castle, he made Ujizane surrender by recommending the surrender of the castle, placing Totomi Province under his control.
  45. After continuing to flow southwards, it turns west in Mibu Takahi-cho, Nakagyo Ward and then runs southwards in Mibu Morimae-cho, Nakagyo Ward.
  46. After contracting "The Treaty of Amity and Commerce between the United States and Japan" with Townsend HARRIS in 1858, Japan marked the end of a long period of isolation.
  47. After cooking them for a while, add the cooked rice.
  48. After cooling down the steamed rice to about 30 degrees, mix malted rice and add the bodaimoto sake mash and water (first addition)
  49. After cooling, a so-called edasen (money tree), which consisted of many coins at pointed ends of the sprue runner rod, could be taken out of the molds.
  50. After coronation, he married Himetataraisukeyorihime, a daughter of Omono Nushi, and had three children (mihashira): Hikoyai no mikoto, Kamuyaimimi no mikoto, and Kamununakawamimi no mikoto (later Emperor Suizei).
  51. After creating a branch family, Genjiro gave his name as Kiyoshi KANZE, prepared a stage in Ushigomeyarai-cho, and started the activity as Kyukokai.
  52. After cremation at Ikegami Honmon-ji Temple, her funeral service was held a second time at Kyoo-ji Temple in Kanazawa (currently Kanazawa City), and her ashes were placed in a tomb in Myojo-ji Temple in Noto Province.
  53. After crossing Suruga Bay and landing on the beach at West Izu, all the local people thought they were pirates and fled into the mountains with their belongings.
  54. After crossing a small river, you will reach the first of the alternative slopes.
  55. After crossing the sea, the Tokaido ran north along the Boso Peninsula, went through Hitachi-no-kuni and the Kikuta-no-seki checkpoint into Mutsu-no-kuni, and merged with the Tozando in what is now Miyagi Prefecture.
  56. After curing the would, on August 21, he was appointed to the deputy commander of the government general (the anti-shogunate army) by Saigo's recommendation, and dispatched to Fujiwara gate (Nikko gate) leading soldiers from the Kagoshima and Utsunomiya domains.
  57. After death
  58. After death of Kamekichi, he left the place to live in Mikawamura as Keiotokunen osho in his later years, and died there.
  59. After death, I wish to save women from these sufferings'; because of this anecdote, he is also worshipped as a 'god for a smooth delivery,' not just as a 'god of war.'
  60. After death, anecdotes, etc.
  61. After death, he was posthumously conferred the title of Sojo Hoin.
  62. After death, his manuscript "Countryside Painting Commentary" were posthumously published by the artist Kenkado KIMURA.
  63. After death, his name became Yoshifusa OUCHI, after being granted and therefore using a particular Chinese character from the shogun family, because of his father-in-law's achievement in government-related affairs.
  64. After dedicating a treasure, Kiyomaro tried to read the Imperial edict in which the Empress requested the god to reveal an oracle; then, the god revealed his oracle through the Shinto priestess, KARASHIMA no Suguriyosome and rejected to listen to the Imperial edict.
  65. After dedicating the peach fruit to the emperor, Seiobo goes back up into the heavens, dancing beautifully.
  66. After defeat at the Battle of Toba-Fushimi, he sailed back to Edo with other members and although according to several theories he joined the Koyo Chinbutai (the successor to the Shinsengumi), he was forced to drop out halfway.
  67. After defeat in World War II, social pressure, which peaked during the war, was denied as 'militaristic' and 'feudalistic,' and Kamon was seen as one of the fostering symbols.
  68. After defeat in the Battle of Sekigahara, he lived in the capital.
  69. After defeat in the war, Nobuyori was executed, while Narichika received a special pardon because his younger sister Keishi was the wife of TAIRA no Shigemori.
  70. After defeated in the Battle of Toba-Fushimi, he withdrew to Edo and insisted on making a do-or-die resistance.
  71. After defeated, he was captured in 1230 and is considered to have been exiled.
  72. After defeating Yoshinaka, Noriyori and Yoshitsune departed Kyoto to search for and kill the Taira clan and on February 27, 1184 (February 7, 1184 under the old lunar calendar), they won a victory in the Battle of Ichinotani in Settsu Province, where they captured TAIRA no Shigehira and took him back to Kyoto.
  73. After defeating a tiger which had disturbed Kyoto, Shinbe headed for home.
  74. After defeating shogunate remnants in the northern Kanto area, he was the new government's commander-in-chief in the 'Tohoku War' against the Northern Alliance (Ouetsu Reppan Domei) in Niigata and the Tohoku region.
  75. After defeating the Rengaku family, the ASHIKAGA force travelled up to the East, joined the main force of Takauji ASHIKAGA, and started to guard Kyoto in January of the same year.
  76. After defeating the Taira family, Yoshitsune, who suffered from conflicts with his brother Yoritomo, tried to be independent from his brother, however he could not achieve it and in return he came under pursuit as the enemy of the court.
  77. After defeating the defending warrior monks, the core force of Shigehira's troops invaded Nanto finally on January 22, 1181.
  78. After defeating the enemy in front of their own troop in Hashihaka, Usagi and his comrades attacked Kujira's troop in the rear and routed the enemy.
  79. After deliberations during the 90th special assembly on May 16 of that year, a constitutional amendment was passed on October 7 (the Constitution of Japan was proclaimed on November 3 and came into force beginning on May 3, 1947).
  80. After delivering impressive lines, he was gracefully thrusted with a spear.
  81. After demobilization, he attracted attention with his film "Ketto Kagiya no Tsuji" (The Duel at the Key-Maker's Corner), the script of which was written by Akira KUROSAWA.
  82. After demolition of the shogunate, Godaigo carried out the Kenmu Restoration in Kyoto, but he moved to Yoshino in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan) and established Yoshino Imperial Court (Southern Court) by setting up a palace and administrative organs.
  83. After departing Hirano Station, trains cross over National Route 479 (Inner Loop Line) and run on the elevated track with a view of Kudara Station.
  84. After departing Imamiya Station, trains run underground while making a curve toward the right and arrive at JR Namba Station, the terminal station.
  85. After departing Kashiwara Station, trains enter Yao City and arrive at Shiki Station soon after crossing under National Route 170 (Osaka Outer Loop Line).
  86. After departing Kawachi-Katakami Station, trains make a curve to the right and then left, pass over the Yamato-gawa River and arrive at Takaida Station (Kashiwara City, Osaka Prefecture).
  87. After departing Nara, trains run through the vast scenery of the Nara Basin and arrive at Koriyama Station (Nara Prefecture) which has two platforms and two tracks.
  88. After departing Takaida Station, trains run where mountains are looming on the right side and cross under the Kintetsu Osaka Line.
  89. After departing Tennoji Station, trains cross under the Hanshin Expressway, cross over the Hankai Line of the Hankai Electric Tramway as well as Sakai-suji Street and arrive at Shinimamiya Station.
  90. After departing Yao Station, trains run seeing the vast site of the former Ryuge Train Yard on the left and arrive at the Kyuhoji Station where the line connects with the Osaka-higashi Line, a passenger line that was converted from the Joto Freight Line.
  91. After departing from Kami Station, the Joto Freight Line's single track merges from the right side.
  92. After departing from Oji Station, trains pass over the Yamato-gawa River and arrive at Sango Station (Nara Prefecture).
  93. After departing from the Kusatsu Rest Area, busses operated by Hankyu Bus stop for crew changes and car maintenance at the Nanjo Rest Area, the Oyabegawa Rest Area, and then the Rendaiji Parking Area.
  94. After descending from the teahouse, the road meets Nanairo crossroads which has a little wide space.
  95. After destroying Kaneko-jo Castle, the troops of the Mori clan proceeded toward Takao-jo Castle without rest.
  96. After destruction, the founder's grave was preserved by a person named Ganchi INOUE and it came to be called Otani Dojo.
  97. After developing new machines, Makino established Kyoto branch of Onei, worked for other companies as a recording engineer and devoted himself to the study of recording technology.
  98. After devotional exercises starting at 5 AM, priests give a sermon.
  99. After discussion among Roshi Torishimari-yaku, it was decided that Roshi-gumi would return to Edo in order to obstruct KIYOKAWA's plan.
  100. After discussions with his family and vassals, his uncle Shinemon IJUIN argued that they should secure their lands, but the visiting warrior, Eisen SHIRAISHI, who had been a monk at Kishu (the present-day Wakayama Prefecture) Negoro-ji Temple and was the head monk at Kosai-ji Temple, asserted that they should resist to the last.
  101. After discussions, "kizoku" and "meizoku" remained.
  102. After dispatching the spearhead to Kobotoke-toge Pass and Misaka-toge Pass which were located at the border between Sagami Province and Kai Province, Ujimasa invaded the eastern part of Suruga near the end of February.
  103. After distribution of this edition, all lectures and commentaries of "Kokyo" followed suit, and conventional commentaries became obsolete.
  104. After divorce or dissolution, a person who shall return to one's family but the family is abolished, can revive the family (the Old Civil Codes, Article 740).
  105. After divorce, he got remarried Tomiko, adopted daughter of Hisamitsu SHIMAZU (her real father was Munee DATE) who became Imperial Princess Yoshihisa.
  106. After documentary examination, the Supreme Court decided on May 11 to overturn the appellate court's ruling that none of the defendants were innocent and remanded the case to the lower courts.
  107. After drinking soup, the lid of the bowl should be returned to the same state as originally arranged when it was prepared on a table (or tray.)
  108. After drinking the last sake together with Koreyasu AZAI, his relative, and MORIMOTO Tsurumatsu Dayu (鶴松大夫), a Noh dancer, Hisamasa committed hara-kiri.
  109. After dropping out of Rikkyo University, he entered the Tokyo Professional School of Photographic Industry (currently Tokyo Polytechnic University).
  110. After each character's name is called by the takemoto (narrator), the actor looks up and starts to act as if "life is put into the puppet."
  111. After early modern times, due to the drastic development and popularization of percussion instruments centered on Tsuzumi (hand drum), Ogi byoshi gradually lost its popularity.
  112. After earmarking some rice for stockpile (Fudokoku staple) for an emergency, the remainder was regarded as main financial resources of kokuga (provincial government offices).
  113. After effectuation of the Constitution of Japan
  114. After elementary schools were established at various places in Taiwan, the Sotoku-fu set the target to make more fulfilling vocational education to produce technical experts, and the amended Act of Taiwanese Education in 1922 stipulated agricultural, industrial, and commercial schools as vocational schools.
  115. After eliminating anxiety about being attacked from behind by allying himself with the neighboring Imagawa and Gohojo clans, Shingen invaded Shinano and clashed with the Uesugi clan of Echigo over the possession of the northern Shinano region (the Battle of Kawanakajima).
  116. After eliminating their common enemy Takakuni, however, the unity of the Sakaikubo group began to crack.
  117. After entering Hakodate on the following 26th, SHIMIZUDANI took over the work smoothly from Katsunobu SUGIURA, then-Hakodate bugyo (a magistrate), and established the Hakodate Court in Goryokaku on May 1.
  118. After entering Hoen-sha in 1896, he became a private pupil of the retired Kamezaburo NAKAGAWA, and accompanied him on his trips to various places.
  119. After entering Keio Gijuku in 1869 and Kaisei school in 1871, Shuzo served in Akita Prefecture in 1872 and joined Bank Department of Okura-sho (Ministry of the Treasury) the next year to make an effort to establish the national bank.
  120. After entering Ki Province he laid the foundation for the subsequent prosperity of Kishu Domain by renovating Wakayama Castle, establishing castle towns etc.
  121. After entering Kiyosu-jo Castle, the eastern military group forces, including Masanori, invaded Mino Province, which had been under the power of the western military group forces in the Battle of Sekigahara, and took Gifu-jo Castle that had been guarded by Hidenobu ODA in the Western military group forces.
  122. After entering Kyo, the first thing he did was to make commercial towns such as Otsu, Sakai, and Yamazaki his directly controlled areas.
  123. After entering Nara Prefecture, trains arrive at Narayama Station followed by Saho Signal Station at which a side track running to Nara Train Depo diverges.
  124. After entering Okazaki-jo Castle abandoned by the Imagawa troops, he became independent of the Imagawa clan, intending to restore the right of controlling Mikawa Province that Kiyoyasu MATSUDAIRA, his grandfather, had once established.
  125. After entering Sakai Girl's School (present-day Osaka Prefectural Senyo Senior High School), she devoured the Japanese classics such as "The Tale of Genji."
  126. After entering Tanabe-jo Castle (in Tango Province), he moved his base to Miyazu-jo Castle.
  127. After entering Toshodai-ji Temple, Buan completed his study of the precepts of Buddhism under Nyoho, who was a disciple of Ganjin (Jianzhen).
  128. After entering a new era with the Meiji Restoration, Japan ended its national isolation and began the era of opening the country to the world, in which Japan began relations with foreign countries positively.
  129. After entering into priesthood in 1596, he called himself Kuwayama Jibukyo Hoin (Minister of Civil Administration with the highest priesthood rank).
  130. After entering into the priesthood, he stayed at Kencho-ji Temple because he had an elder brother, Ujiie IMAGAWA.
  131. After entering priesthood, OTSU was active as a monk 'Giho' but was sent to United Silla as an ambassador and, after coming back to Japan, he returned to a secular life by royal decree to work in the Imperial Court and was given the name OTSU no Obito.
  132. After entering the Buddhist priesthood Hisanobu changed his name to Genso.
  133. After entering the Buddhist priesthood, he lived in Kenyu-ji Temple at Tennoji-Higashimon and moved later to Nishibayashi-an (monastery) of Seigan-ji Temple in Kyoto.
  134. After entering the Buddhist priesthood, he resided at Daian-ji Temple in Nara where he studied Shingon Esoteric Buddhism under Shinga and put great effort into the administration of Mt. Koya following Kukai's death.
  135. After entering the Buddhist priesthood, he studied Shingon Esoteric Buddhism from Shuei and Shobo before he received the dharma from Zennen.
  136. After entering the Daigaku-ryo (Bureau of Education under the ritsuryo system), he studied Kidendo (the study of the histories) and became a monjosho (student of literary studies in the Imperial University) at the age of 27.
  137. After entering the Edo period, the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) and military organization placed in each domain ceased to experience war for about 250 years as Japan became peaceful.
  138. After entering the Heian period, Uona's descendants became middle rank of nobles who held local government positions, and there was no one who was listed among the high court nobles for a long time.
  139. After entering the Meiji era, under the 11th head of the family, the family withdrew from the gun making business
  140. After entering the Nagoya domain school, he learned French from Seijuro HAYASHI and other people.
  141. After entering the Seishikan, he learned Sinology and mathematics and became a selected student (scholarship student) because he was specially excellent in mathematics.
  142. After entering the Sengoku period (period of warring state), matchlock guns made in Europe were introduced and domestically manufactured for widespread use.
  143. After entering the Takayama-jo Castle, which was the headquarter of the Numata-Kobayakawa clan, Takakage built the Shintakayama-jo Castle on the other side of the Mumata-gawa River the next year (in 1552) and relocated the headquarter.
  144. After entering the city of Dalian, the Second Army advanced northwards to Liaoyang leaving the First Division (the Japanese Army) behind to secure the city.
  145. After entering the modern age, the above-mentioned annual events went out of fashion; instead, people became accustomed to placing Hiiragi-iwashi (a sprig of holly pricked into a baked sardine's head) at the door of each house and to performing a bean-scattering ceremony.
  146. After entering the mountain, a gentle ascent extends and leads to ruins of Yamaguchi-jaya Teahouse at the left.
  147. After entering the priesthood, Kiyomori secluded himself from the world in Fukuhara, while Shigemori remained in Rokuhara to lead the clan.
  148. After entering the priesthood, Saigyo lived in a simple hut in various locations as his fancy dictated, traveling to different parts of the country and wrote many poems.
  149. After entering the priesthood, he obtained his Buddhist name Doku.
  150. After entering the priesthood, he obtained his Buddhist name Gyonichi.
  151. After entering the priesthood, he was given a position as gon daisozu (the provisional highest grade that can be held by one who has reached the second highest rank in the hierarchy of Buddhist priests).
  152. After entering the priesthood, it seems that there was a certain distance between Saigyo and the circle of tanka poets due to his living in the mountains and traveling but, in 1187, he organized a poetry contest called "Mimosusogawa Utaawase" and asked Toshinari to be the judge.
  153. After enthroned as prince (younger brother of an Emperor who is heir apparent) of Northern Court Emperor Suko, he was taken to Yoshino by the Southern court army at the time of the Shohei itto (temporal unification of the Northern and Southern Courts) incident; and was deprived of his throne.
  154. After enthronement of the Emperor Junna, he was called back to the capital and worked actively as a close aide to the Emperor Junna and, in 825, he was appointed to the kurodo no to (chief official of the emperor's secretaries) and helped the Emperor Junna in executing his policies.
  155. After enthronement, he made the Imperial princess Inoe an empress and Imperial Prince Osabe Crown Prince but he charged the Imperial princess Inoe with high treason by cursing and removed the empress, and also removed Imperial Prince Osabe, the Crown Prince, from power in 772.
  156. After entrusted by Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA with the paper that said 'dispatch the mission as scheduled' OSHIMA conveyed the effect to Sanenaru Ogimachi-SANJO.
  157. After envoys from Sui Dynasty came back and forth, Oharida no Miya Palace was built.
  158. After envoys to Tang China were suspended, the 'native Japanese culture' arose, but the center of culture until this time were nobility and temples.
  159. After escaping from execution by a lord, Kobunji and Sosuke met Keno by chance in Shinano and told her about their fateful connection with the Satomi family, but Keno had already vowed to avenge her last remaining foe, Itsutota KOMIYAMA.
  160. After escaping from the home of Dayu, Anjuhime died from fatigue and hunger on her way to Kyoto on the steep road connecting Nakayama (Kasa-cho in Maizuru City) and Shimohigashi, and is said to have been buried by the nearby village people in respect.
  161. After establishing Honkano Unlimited lnc. in 1926, he was involved in the investment industry such as real estate and securities.
  162. After establishing the Keihan Bus Kyotanabe Management Office (name of the office at the time) in 1989, some buses under control of the Otokoyama Management Office were transferred to Tanabe Management Office, and began their operations; the number of buses controlled by Tanabe Management Office gradually increased.
  163. After examining the head, Yoritomo followed the case of MiNAMOTO no Yoriyoshi who made the head of Sadato ABE to be nailed down.
  164. After examining the subscribed designs, opinions were changed and alterations added to the designs.
  165. After exchanging marriage vows, however, the Retired Emperor Toba gradually became ill.
  166. After exclaustration, Fujiwara clan members became Shinto priests for the Kasuga-Taisha Shrine, becoming ujigami (guardian gods) and were syncretized with the Kofuku-ji Temple; they then attained the status of the Tosho Family as an independent family branch.
  167. After exclaustration, she changed her name to Oman no kata and became a concubine of Iemitsu.
  168. After executing Haibutsu-kishaku (a movement to abolish Buddhism) soon after the Meiji restoration, the Meiji government announced 'Isshu Ichikanncho-sei' (the system of one chief abbot in one sect) to each Buddhist sect, and ordered them to form an integrated religious community.
  169. After experience as Bizen gon no kami (provincial governor of Bizen Province) and Gon Chunagon (provisional vice-councilor of state), he became Gon Dainagon (provisional chief councilor of state) in 1189.
  170. After experience as Bizen gon no kami (provincial governor of Bizen Province), Mimasaka gon no kami (provincial governor of Mimasaka Province), Gon Chunagon (provisional vice-councilor of state) and Chunagon later, he had served as Dainagon until 1167 since his appointment in 1161.
  171. After experience as Mutsu-no-Gonnokami (a supernumerary chief of Mutsu-no-kuni), Sangi (councilor) and Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state), he became Gon Dainagon (a provisional major councilor) in 1382.
  172. After experience as Sangi, Mimasaka gon no kami (provincial governor of Mimasaka Province), Gon Chunagon and Chunagon (vice-councilor of state), he became Gon Dainagon (provisional chief councilor of state) in 1269.
  173. After experience as jiju (chamberlain), Sakone no shosho (minor captain of the Left Division of the Inner Palace Guards), Sakone no chujo (middle captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards), he became Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) Owari gon no kami (provincial governor of Owari Province) and was raised to Kugyo in 1522.
  174. After experience as jiju (chamberlain), Ukone no shosho (minor captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards), Bingo no suke (assistant governor of Bingo Province), Iyo no Gon no Suke (provincial vice governor of Iyo Province), Sanuki no suke (deputy governor of the Province of Sanuki) and other positions, he became Kurodo no to (head chamberlain) in 1170.
  175. After experienced some posts including Sakon no shogen (Lieutenant the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards), he became Kozuke no kuni no suke (officer in charge of regional administration in Kozuke) in 911 and was appointed Kazusa no kuni no suke in 912.
  176. After experiencing Chunagon (a vice-councilor of state), he became Dainagon (a chief councilor of state) in 1375.
  177. After experiencing Dazai no shoni (Junior Assistant Governor-General of Dazai-fu offices) and Gyobu no taifu (Senior Assistant Minister of Justice), he became Daigaku no kami (a Director of an Academy) and Monjo hakase (a doctor of letters) in April, 772.
  178. After experiencing Gedatsu, he became a Shaka Nyorai (Shakyamuni).
  179. After experiencing Hyobu kyo (chief of ministry of military) and Nakatsukasa kyo (Minister of the Ministry of Central Affairs), he was given the title of nihon (the second rank for an Imperial Prince) in April and May 1007.
  180. After experiencing Mutsu-no-Gonnokami (a supernumerary chief of Mutsu-no-kuni) and Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state), he became Shosanmi rank Gondainagon (Senior Third Rank, Provisional chief councilor of state) and Junnain Betto (a chancellor of Junnain Palace) in 1396.
  181. After experiencing many difficulties in deciding the new place to settle, the village was relocated to a nearby plain region in 1917.
  182. After experiencing the process from the fall of Sui Dynasty (618) to the establishment of Tang Dynasty during his 32-year stay, he returned to Japan along with TAKAMUKO no Kuromaro in 640.
  183. After explained their relationship to Korea, they made an appeal to the government for reforms in relationship between Japan and Korea and supports for Tsushima Domain.
  184. After explaining that 'Ken (double edged sword) is mainly for stabbing' and 'Katana is mainly for cutting' as the difference between both, they introduced a Japanese sword, which is a Katana, but also good for stabbing attacks.
  185. After extending his three-year study by half a year, Juntaro left Strasbourg, Alsace for Japan on September 10, 1885.
  186. After extending their influence, the Kawachi-Genji (Minamoto clan) service of the Regents was not as it had been previously: they drifted apart from the Regents, who gradually lost support, and their influence waned.
  187. After facing numerous fires throughout the years, the temple disappeared during the Kamakura period.
  188. After failing in the two Mongol attempts to invade Japan, Kublai Khan, the founder of Yuan, sent a mission to Japan to make Japan its tributary nation through negotiations, although still watching for a chance to invade Japan again.
  189. After failure in brewing alcohol, it ran out of luck and is said that it could not live even in the Toriten (Trayastrimsa Heaven).
  190. After fall of the Toyoyomi family, he was secluded in Kyoto for a while; Later he served for Nagaakira ASANO; it is said that his descendants kept remaining as feudal retainers of the Hiroshima clan.
  191. After falling into deep meditation of Kukai
  192. After families and relatives of the deceased remove what are supposed to be kept at home, such as bon lanterns, photos of the deceased and the Buddhist mortuary tablets, the shorobune will be dismantled on site as the pullers of shorobune join their hands in prayer.
  193. After fierce fighting, bakufu forces were able to repel these two Yuan (dynasty) invasions.
  194. After fighting TAIRA no Moritsuna (also known as Takahashi saemon no jo), a member of the Taira family, he was killed.
  195. After fighting at the Battle of Toba-Fushimi, which started January 3 of the following year, he was killed in the Battle of Hashimoto on January 30.
  196. After fighting back in resistance over a year without much result, however, they were ultimately outmaneuvered by Mitshuhide AKECHI and surrendered, and it seems that while they were disarmed, the town was allowed to remain in existence.
  197. After fighting in the Boshin War, Samata joined the army and was appointed Army Captain stationed at Saikai Chindai (garrison) in 1872.
  198. After fighting in the Kinmon Incident, Isami KONDO returned home to recruit new members.
  199. After fighting in various places, he joined Takeaki ENOMOTO fleet in Sendai, and joined Shinsengumi under control of Toshizo HIJIKATA.
  200. After fighting in various places, he joined Takeaki ENOMOTO fleet in Sendai.
  201. After fighting the Battle of Toba-Fushimi that started on January 27, 1968, he was killed in the Battle of Yodo Senryomatsu on January 29.
  202. After filling the posts of Shogeki (Junior Secretary) and Daigeki (Senior Secretary), he was chosen as one of the Nashitsubo no Gonin (Five Gentlemen of the Pear Chamber) in 975, edited the "Manyoshu" (Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves) and selected waka for the "Gosen Wakashu" (Later selected collection of Japanese poetry).
  203. After filling the posts of Yamato no Gonnoshojo (Provisional Junior Secretary of Yamato Province), Shonaiki (Junior Secretary of Ministry of the Central Affairs) and Dainaiki (Senior Secretary of the Ministry of Central Affairs), he ended his career as Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade), Kaga no suke (Assistant governor of Kaga Province) in 924.
  204. After finishing his duty as the governor of Shimotsuke in 1241, it is said he was promoted to Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade.
  205. After finishing the initial roast stage, a preparatory stage aimed at drying out the ware, the temperature inside the kiln is gradually raised by putting firewood through the Oguchi at the full-scale roast stage.
  206. After finishing the survey, Sensho, who was born weak, had some intestinal troubles but devoted himself to the study and research there.
  207. After first publishing sakukabu in 1657, the bakufu prohibited those who did not hold it from brewing sake and set a ceiling on the amount of rice that could be consumed in brewing sake by each brewer.
  208. After five to seven sunny days of alternate sun-drying and roasting in the above-stated manner the roasting is stopped, the sun-drying continuing until after about a month the process is completed.
  209. After folded and wringed dry, chakin is placed into kinto with its selvage up properly according to the manner, and the kinto is placed in the chest, at the position which is slightly right from the center and diagonally right behind the tea bowl.
  210. After following Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, Toyonao joined an army to subjugate Inaba Province in 1580 and entered Kageishi-jo Castle, where Toyokuni YAMANA, siding with the Mori clan at that time, forced them out of the castle.
  211. After forcing a retraction of the order: "Part of the Kaga domain territory (Echizen Province) should be returned to the bakufu," he had his stipend raised considerably for this distinguished contribution to the domain,
  212. After forcing through 'Takemoto shobun' (dismissal of associate professor Takemoto) in 1977, the president Toshio SAWADA implemented the policy of 'normalization of student dormitories' with the aim of abolishing student dormitories including Yoshida dormitory.
  213. After forfeited Tada no sho by Yoritomo, whereabouts of Yukitsuna are unknown, however, a folklore has been handed down that he escaped with his roto (retainers) to Amakusa region in Kyushu.
  214. After forming a tripartite alliance with the Takeda clan in the Kai Province and the Hojo clan in Kanto (Zentokuji no kaimei (literally, meeting for alliance in Zentoku-ji temple)), it proceeded westward.
  215. After four years, in 1866, he went to Russia accompanying an envoy of Edo bakufu.
  216. After frying noodles for yakisoba or noodles such as udon and so on with a slightly salty taste, they are often incorporated to okonomiyaki and grilled up.
  217. After frying the pieces of mochi, soybean sauce and spices are sprinkled on the mochi.
  218. After gaining a foothold through the victory, Morimasa was preparing for the next battle to attack the camp of Hidenaga TOYOTOMI to determine the winner of the battle.
  219. After gaining control of Omi, Iga, and Ise by January 9, 1181, operations to mop up Nanto were started.
  220. After gaining popularity, an 'andon' version of the scarlet red hakama was also made.
  221. After gangsters were captured, the kebiishi (a police and judicial chief) at the kokuga interrogated the criminals, and zuryo sent to Daijokan a report describing how the criminal investigation was conducted.
  222. After gekiken (renamed kendo after kenjutsu) and jujutsu (later changed to judo) were introduced to extracurricular lessons in junior high school under the old education system in 1911, what was installed in martial arts dojos became a kamidana.
  223. After generations passed, at the time of MINAMOTO no Mitsusue, the Saga Genji had become middle or lower-ranking nobles who did not have any further advancement in social status in Kyoto.
  224. After genpuku (celebrate one's coming of age) in 1790 he presented himself as Taneyuki, and after the Kyowa era, he called himself Atsutane.
  225. After getting Tsumasaburo BANDO from Shochiku, he directed "Koi Yamahiko Fuun no maki" with Bando being a leading actor as his first film at Nikkatsu.
  226. After getting a position of successor of Nobunaga, Hideyoshi subordinated his important vassals such as Toshiie MAEDA, Nagahide NIWA and Masakatsu HACHISUKA, but it is thought that he kept friendship between them.
  227. After getting off the Meishin Expressway at Kyoto-Minami Interchange, drive about 10 km using National Route 1, then National Route 9, and the following Kyoto Prefectural Route 29 will bring you to the hot spring.
  228. After getting paid on November 30, they went to have fun in Fukuyama and stayed overnight.
  229. After getting the investiture of Goi Kurodo (Fifth Court Rank and Chamberlain) and then of Shonagon (lesser councilor of state), he was appointed to Ushoben (Minor Controller of the Right) in 1048.
  230. After gigoreisai (儀後霊祭), you can clap your hands in a normal manner.
  231. After giving birth to Fire God Kagutsuchi, Izanami died from burns on her private parts.
  232. After giving birth to the Emperor Gokomyo, she gave birth to the Cloistered Imperial Prince Shucho, the Princess Gansho, the Princess Socho and Katsuranomiya.
  233. After giving birth to the first daughter on July 5 in the following year, she had two sons and five daughters.
  234. After giving descriptions of the suspects to a police officer who ran to the scene, he was immediately taken to a hospital in an ambulance for the occupation forces but died at 3:05 that morning.
  235. After giving instructions for reclamation activities including construction of the Hongan-ji Road, he visited Sapporo to inspect the land granted by the Imperial Court.
  236. After giving up on taking the Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa, Yoshinaka headed to Seta to join Kanehira IMAI.
  237. After going back to Korea, he served as the commissioner of internal affairs of the Syngman Rhee administration, but was later taken to Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea) during the Korean War.
  238. After going down the stone steps situated at the east side of the Hondo main hall, visitors will find that famous pure water is dropping through three water pipes, which are the origin of the temple name; when Kiyomizu is written in Chinese character, it means pure water.
  239. After going from Yagio to Kuki via Hagi, around Kuki the old road starts again and goes up to join Nakahechi at the remains of Sangen-jaya Teahouse of Nakanodaira.
  240. After going into the opposition party
  241. After going through a Deva Gate (rebuilt in modern times) and going up the first steep stone steps (named Yoroizaka), the golden hall (built in the Heian period, national treasure) appears in the center and Mirokudo hall (built in the Kamakura period, important cultural property) is on the left.
  242. After going through many changes, these towns were organized into a total of 32 'school districts' in 1892. (Refer to the section 'Town names of Shimogyo Ward, Kyoto City' for the history of administrative division after the Meiji period.)
  243. After going to the Pure Land, they listen to teachings from Seishi Bosatsu (Mahasthamaprapta) and Kanzeon Bosatsu (the Buddhist Goddess of Mercy) and then, after a long time, they become an arhat.
  244. After going to the east the emperor was to return to Kyoto, but Sanjo submitted a report to hold off an early visit to Kyoto due to the fact that a quick return would dishearten the people of Kanto.
  245. After going up to Kyoto, he executed the Muromachi shogunate government as a kanrei (shogunal deputy), and built a major power seemingly.
  246. After going-door-to-door, they gather group by group at the fisheries cooperative association or the house of Nanori-sendo boatman or their relatives and distribute the rice cakes and other stuffs they received.
  247. After government organizational reform during the next year in 1869, Dajokan presided over the six ministries including the Minbusho.
  248. After graduating from Akita Normal School, Konan started working as the major Kundo (virtuallly, the headmaster) of Tsuzureko Elementary School in 1885, and came up to the capital, Tokyo in 1887.
  249. After graduating from Gakushuin University, he married Kyoko, a daughter of Tadatsugu SHIMAZU.
  250. After graduating from Harvard University, Chokichi returned to Japan and entered the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  251. After graduating from Keio University, Yamamoto debuted as an actor in "Manatsu no yo no yume" (A Midsummer Night's Dream) costarring with Yoshiko OKADA in 1920.
  252. After graduating from Kyoto City Dohda Senior High School Of Arts, Insho was drawing designs of Nishijin-brocade but subsequently enrolled in Kyoto City University of Arts in 1910 with the aspiration of becoming a Japanese-style painting artist.
  253. After graduating from Kyoto City Rakuyo High School (present day Kyoto Municipal Rakuyo Technical High School), Oshima entered the faculty of law in Kyoto University.
  254. After graduating from Kyoto Prefectural First Girls' High School (present Tokyo Metropolitan Hakuo Senior High School), she was dropped out of the Japan Women's University Normal Department of Home Economics and entered the New Tsukiji Theater Company while attending school.
  255. After graduating from Kyoto University in 1954, Oshima entered Shochiku Ofuna Studios.
  256. After graduating from Military Academy and Army War College, Prince Tsunehisa pursued a career as a military officer, and became an army cavalry colonel and advanced to an army major general in 1920, but he died at the age of 38.
  257. After graduating from Mito No. 1 High School, he graduated from Nihon University Faculty of Arts.
  258. After graduating from Momoyama Agricultural School, he went to Otani Junior and Senior High School (Kyoto Prefecture).
  259. After graduating from Nicholai Seminary, he participated in the magazine "Bungakukai" (Literature World) with Toson SHIMAZAKI and made a new-style poetry.
  260. After graduating from Ritsumeikan University's Department of Economics, he began studying papermaking.
  261. After graduating from Ritsumeikan University, he worked for the Kyoto Prefectural Office and Hyogo Prefectural Office and then joined the Department of the Interior.
  262. After graduating from Seisoku English School (today's Seisokugakuen High School), he helped his family business and engaged in logging of paulownia used for geta (wooden clogs) in Fukushima Prefecture.
  263. After graduating from Tokyo Bukkyo Daigakko (Tokyo Bukkyo University), he returned home to assist his father.
  264. After graduating from Tokyo Furitsu Number Three Middle School under the prewar education system (present Tokyo Metropolitan Ryogoku high school) and the (Japan) Imperial Fisheries Institute (present Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology) under the Ministry of Agriculture and Commerce, he entered Kyoto Imperial University, Faculty of Economics.
  265. After graduating from Tokyo Municipal Chitose High School, his upbringing close to film studios from a young age was partially responsible for him joining the 'Film Research group' while studying at the Rikkyo University Faculty of Economics.
  266. After graduating from Tokyo Senmon Gakko (Waseda University) in 1894, he became a writer for 'Waseda Bungaku' (Waseda Literature), then a supervisor at the local news section of the Yomiuri Shimbun Newspaper in 1898, and then a lecturer of the School of Letters, Arts and Sciences at his alma mater.
  267. After graduating from Tokyo high school (the old system) and department of zoological science in school of science The University of Tokyo, he graduated from the department of literature, national literature of Tokyo Imperial University in 1941.
  268. After graduating from an art college, she was fascinated with a kamikiri performance, so she became a pupil of Chu MOMOKAWA.
  269. After graduating from jinjo elementary school (elementary schools that existed until 1941), Mizoguchi engaged himself in the design of yukata (Japanese summer kimono), and then, sponsored by his sister, he studied at the Aoibashi Western Painting Institute in Tokyo, which was organized by Seiki KURODA.
  270. After graduating from junior high school, he was drafted into the army in 1938 but developed military tuberculosis and spent time recuperating.
  271. After graduating from middle school, I came to Tokyo to study law and developed a passion for literature and started to make a mockery of people who were working hard.
  272. After graduating from private Shohei Junior High School, he entered the Kunaicho gakubu (Music Department of the Imperial Household Agency) in 1941 to study gagaku, and became a master musician of the Kunaicho gakubu in 1949.
  273. After graduating from the Collegiate Institute in 1878, she entered the Archer Institute, a private school for girls.
  274. After graduating from the Daigaku-ryo (Bureau of Education, where bureaucrats were educated), Kiyota worked actively as a scholar and a bureaucrat and was awarded the title of Ason (second highest of the eight hereditary titles).
  275. After graduating from the English Literature Department of Teikoku University (later, Tokyo University), he once taught at schools, including Matsuyama chugaku (Matsuyama Junior High School), and went to England to study.
  276. After graduating from the Faculty of Economics, Keio University, he entered Kadokawa Movies Tokyo Studios, Assistant Director Section in 1947.
  277. After graduating from the Faculty of Letters, Doshisha University, he became the chief editor of 'Ikebana geijutsu' (art of flower arrangement) in 1949 and, along with Hiroshi TESHIGAWARA and so on, started to seek a new direction in ikebana (flower arrangement) on a cross-school basis.
  278. After graduating from the Keio University Faculty of Economics, he entered Shintoho studios in 1947.
  279. After graduating from the Naval Academy (Japan), Prince Hirotada was promoted to sub-lieutenant, but he died in 1924.
  280. After graduating from the Professional Course, Meiji University, he joined the Shochiku Ofuna Director Department.
  281. After graduating from the Specialized Department of Commerce, Ritsumeikan University, he entered the Nikkatsu Kyoto Studios as an assistant director.
  282. After graduating from the University of Tokyo, Faculty of Medicine in 1882, he became an assistant for a pathology class at the same university.
  283. After graduating from the University of Tokyo, he started to work at the Ministry of Finance with Yoshio SAKATANI, who finished the school in the same year, on the advice of his former teacher Tajiri, who had joined the Ministry before him.
  284. After graduating from the University of Tokyo, he went to Germany to study under Gustav von Schmoller and Adolf Wagner.
  285. After graduating from the elementary school, Bosha entered the School of the Society for German Studies (the present Dokkyo Junior High School).
  286. After graduating from the former Daiyon (the Forth) High School, he enrolled at the Faculty of Letters at Kyoto University, where he studied under Kitaro NISHIDA.
  287. After graduating from the preliminary course of Keio University, he moved to Kyoto; at the age of 23, he entered a motion-picture company named "Ogasawara Production," just established in Kyoto in 1923 by Meiho OGASAWARA, the eldest son of Naganari OGASAWARA.
  288. After graduating from the school in 1868, he accepted the invitation from the government of Canada and went to Canada; during his stay for three years, he furthered his learning, and after the end of the term, he returned to Japan.
  289. After graduating from university, he returned to his hometown where he became a junior high school teacher, and engaged his mind in thought.
  290. After graduating from university, he was employed at the Shochiku Kyoto Studio.
  291. After graduating he temporarily moved back in to his parents' home, whereupon he took up a teaching job at a local girls' school and also married.
  292. After graduating he was stationed as a telegraph operator in Yoichi City, Hokkaido.
  293. After graduating in 1916 from the higher course of an elementary school under the old system, he became a pupil of the eleventh Nizaemon KATAOKA and made his debut in 1918.
  294. After graduating in 1917, he was hired as an assistant at the station.
  295. After graduating the School of Theology many students find jobs at general, private-sector companies, in a similar way as students of other departments.
  296. After graduating, he joined Daiei Kyoto Studios in 1950 as an assistant director and worked under Kozaburo YOSHIMURA, Kenji MIZOGUCHI, Kon ICHIKAWA, Kaneto SHINDO and Torajiro SAITO.
  297. After graduating, he moved to Kyoto under the influence of his uncle.
  298. After graduating, he practiced medicine in the United States.
  299. After graduating, he worked for Kobusho (the Ministry of Industry).
  300. After graduation from Hyogo Prefectural KOBE High School, Daiichi High School (the first old-education-system high school), and the Faculty of Letters, University of Tokyo, Yamamura joined the theater research group 'Taiyo-za.'
  301. After graduation from the university in 1890, he served as Secretary of the Cabinet, Counsellor of Cabinet Legislation Bureau and a consultation officer for a public administrative court.
  302. After graduation in 1938, he moved to Kyoto and then continued his education at the Specialist School of Ryukoku University.
  303. After graduation in 1949, he entered Oizumi Films (currently Toei Movie Studios) as a still photographer, and he won the 1st prize of the 'Kinema Junpo magazine Award for Still pictures' with a still photo he took called "Himeyuri no To" (The Tower of Lilies) of Tadashi IMAI.
  304. After graduation, candidates must undergo training (internship scheme) at shrines around the country and so it is vital that they have graduated even if in possession of the proper qualifications.
  305. After graduation, he became a Buddhist priest.
  306. After graduation, he became a lecturer at the Third High School before becoming an assistant professor of the Kyoto Imperial University Faculty of Letters in 1938 and being promoted to professor in March 1945, but he retired upon Japan's World War II defeat in August.
  307. After graduation, he became an army surgeon and spent four years in Germany as an overseas student under the Department of War.
  308. After graduation, he studied Chinese poetry under Sokyo HAYASHI and became Kaishin SHINODA's disciple to learn about seal engraving just before the age of 20,
  309. After graduation, he studied at 'Kokumin Eigakkai' (National English Association) located in 3-chome, Nishiki-cho, Kanda Ward, Tokyo city (present day, Kandanishiki-cho, Chiyoda Ward).
  310. After graduation, he was called up for military service.
  311. After graduation, he was dispatched to Urakawa Church in Hokkaido as a preacher.
  312. After graduation, he was stationed to China as a painter for newspapers.
  313. After greetings are over and the host offers the zabuton, the guest thanks the host and then sits down.
  314. After grew up, he called himself Hankei.
  315. After growing up in the residence, his family moved to Obama in 1740 where he spent his childhood until 1745 when his father, Genpo, was ordered to work in Edo.
  316. After growing up, Nagayoshi succeeded to the Uraku school (of tea ceremony) and made his name in Japanese tea ceremony.
  317. After grown up, Mochiuji confronted the bakufu and the Kanto Kanrei (a shogunal deputy of the Kanto region) Uesugi clan (in the Kyotoku War), and Mochiuji was expelled from Kamakura during the war.
  318. After guarding the Korai-bashi Bridge of Osaka-jo Castle, he embarked on the siege of Tanabe-jo Castle in Tango Province (The Battle of Tanabe-jo Castle).
  319. After haihan-chiken, domains' debts were separated from the families of former lords and the new government became responsible to repay these debts.
  320. After handing over Daijo-ji Temple to Shushin MYOSHU, he lived in seclusion at Kozen-ji Temple in Settsu Province (present Osaka Prefecture).
  321. After hanseki-hokan (return of lands and people to the emperor) was ordered to 247 daimyo (feudal lords) on July 25, 1869, the Meiji government became the ruler of the lands and people.
  322. After harvesting, they are peeled and pre-pickled before the main pickling takes place.
  323. After having Genpuku and changing the name to Moritsuna, he came to serve MINAMOTO no Yoritomo who was a bereaved child of Yoshitomo and had been exiled to Izu Province at the age of 16.
  324. After having a major hand in the Kojima Bay reclamation project, he moved to the Mainichi Shinbun, making rapid progress.
  325. After having a meeting, although Imperial Prince Sadayoshi was younger and close in age to the princess, Imperial Prince Morohito was chosen as he had a close genealogy; subsequently, he was adopted and succeeded to the throne on very short notice.
  326. After having absorbed family members in Echigo, Nitta forces advanced on Tosando towards the west and occupied the provincial office of Kozuke Province.
  327. After having acquired the ripe ears from the rice field owner, he sowed the seeds and cultivated during the next year and after that.
  328. After having advanced to Fujisawa (Fujisawa City, Kanagawa Prefecture), Yoshisada split his troops into three and attacked Kamakura from the sides of Kewaizaka kiridoshi, Gokurakujizaka kiridoshi and Kobukurozaka kiridoshi.
  329. After having been broken through and seized Takanabe on August 2, the Satsuma army was concentrated in Mimitsu and made preparations for fights.
  330. After having been defeated in Heiji Disturbance, MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, along with MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo, wandered along the Nagara-gawa River and stayed at the home of Hakumyo, the head of ukai fishermen.
  331. After having been defeated in Miyakonojo, the Satsuma army deployed its troops in the following formation around Miyazaki, preparing for attacks by the government army from the north, west and south.
  332. After having been discharged from prison, he started business in Hachijo-jima Island.
  333. After having been in Mt. Taihaku for three years, he fell ill and died at Ryonen-in Temple.
  334. After having been laid up with illness, Hideyoshi specified the system of Go-tairo and Go-bugyo (five elders and five government officers) to make the government system more solid for Hideyori TOYOTOMI, the heir of Hideyoshi, in July (in the old calendar), and appointed Ieyasu to one of the Go-tairo.
  335. After having been placed under his nephew Kiyomori's charge, he was easily executed together with his four sons without plea for sparing his life (Kiyomori reportedly forced Tadamasa to change his name to Tadasada because he had the same name as FUJIWARA no Tadamasa).
  336. After having completed necessary procedures accompanying the end of the Battle of Sekigahara, Ieyasu handed over the Nishino-maru of Osaka-jo Castle to the Toyotomi family on March 23 (in the old calendar), 1601, and entered Fushimi-jo Castle, continuing his governmental jobs there.
  337. After having discussing the Southern and Northern Courts controversy, the Department of the Imperial Household took the position that being from the Southern Court was the orthodox line.
  338. After having established his reputation, he went to Kanazawa in 1712 by the invitation of Maeda clan, the lord of the Kaga Domain, and died there after striving for the development of Kaga Yuzen.
  339. After having established the clan, the clan changed the surface format of the paper money and issued Han-satsu.
  340. After having finished eating fish meat on the upper side, to pick the meat on the back side through the fish bones with chopsticks.
  341. After having fled from Tosa clan he acted as a royalist, exerting himself into establishing Kameyama-shachu, later Kaientai (a society of master less samurai), a mixture of a trading company and a political organization, mediating collaboration between Satsuma and Choshu, and realizing Taisei-hokan (the Restoration of the Imperial rule).
  342. After having fought in various battles, he reached Hakodate Goryokaku, which was the final field of the Boshin War, and he took charge of controlling Hakodate City mainly.
  343. After having heard that Sanemori had dyed his hair from Kanemitsu HIGUCHI, Yoshinaka had him wash the head in question in a nearby pond.
  344. After having learned as a disciple of Tomijuro NAKAMURA, he succeeded to the second Kikaku NAKAMURA in 2001.
  345. After having left Iga Province, Yasunaga served under Yoshiharu ASHIKAGA, the 12th shogun of Muromachi bakufu, and later Kiyoyasu MATSUDAIRA of Mikawa Province.
  346. After having left his clan, he worked as a private tutor in Edo (present Tokyo), making use of his academic knowledge.
  347. After having lost his father at the age of four and his older brother, 豊順 MITSUKURI, at the age of 12, Genpo succeeded to the reigns of the family.
  348. After having moved across Japan, Masashige finally met Sadatsuna MATSUDAIRA, who gave him a land of 2,000 koku (556 cubic meters of crop yield).
  349. After having old vassals of the Oda clan, including Toshiie MAEDA and Nagachika KANAMORI work under him, Hideyoshi made himself the actual successor to Nobunaga.
  350. After having overthrown Nakamaro, the Empress Shotoku (formerly, the Empress Koken) established Nijusho (Ministry of Royal Pages), a military organization modeled after Shibichudai, as a permanent Ryoge no kan.
  351. After having pushed back the troops on the Toyotomi's side, the bakufu troops entered Osaka-jo Castle and even ronin who were in the Osaka-jo Castle began to loot the castle.
  352. After having realized that they were cheated, the villagers never collected the bullets again.
  353. After having run away, she was called by Yoritomo to Kamakura and married Yoshimori WADA, giving birth to Yoshihide ASAHINA, and after the battle of Wada, she became a priestess and mourned her master, parents and child and died at the age of ninety-one.
  354. After having seen the defeat of Nobuyori and Yoshitomo, he kept the sacred mirror in this residence in Aneyakoji Higashi no Toin and he himself appeared to Rokuhara.
  355. After having served as an assistant to directors such as Tadashi OGUCHI and Eizo TANAKA, Mizoguchi, at the age of 24, debuted in February, 1923, as a movie director with "Ai ni yomigaeru hi" (The Resurrection of Love), which was based on an original script by a senior director, Osamu WAKAYAMA.
  356. After having stayed in Izumi Obadera, his descendants moved to Hakata (Izumi City, Osaka Prefecture) and served as the lord of the Hakata Domain of 13,000 koku crop yields.
  357. After having studied Western learning in Edo, he served as an attendant doctor to the lord of the Satsuma Domain, Nariakira SHIMAZU, however, he left the domain and served as an assistant teaching staff at Bansho shirabesho (one of the forerunner organizations of Tokyo University in Edo) after Shimazu's death.
  358. After having studied at Junior Grade of Meisho Kindergarten, Aoyama Gakuin Kindergarten, Aoyama Gakuin Elementary School, Aoyama Gakuin Junior High School and Aoyama Gakuin Senior High School, he entered College of Literature, Department of Japanese, Aoyama Gakuin University in 1993.
  359. After having surrendered to Nobunaga ODA, he was assigned to reign over Takashima County, but was exiled.
  360. After having the ceremonial investiture of the Crown Prince in February and March 1683, the first time in three hundred years since Imperial Prince Naohito (Emperor Suko's Crown Prince, deposed by the Northern Court) he became Crown Prince.
  361. After having visited the Azuchi-jo Castle at Nobunaga's invitation in June, Ieyasu stayed in Sakai together with over thirty vassals.
  362. After having wandered about various areas in the nation, the clan accomplished prominent achievements in the Battle of Sekigahara under the protection of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, the head of Gotairo (the council of five elders) at that time, and was given its former territory of Nose County.
  363. After having wandered in Kyushu, Ryoma went to Edo and stayed at the Chiba dojo; "Ishin Tosa Kinnoshi (History of Support of the Emperor in Tosa during the Restoration)" reads "Ryoma traveled to Edo as free as the wind, and settled down in the place of Jutaro CHIBA, an old friend of his, located at Okecho outside Kajibashi."
  364. After having worked successfully for the enthronement of the Prince Karu (the Emperor Monmu), a son of the Prince Kusakabe, he appeared on the political scene as the guardian of the emperor.
  365. After he abdicated from the throne, he looked after Emperor Kogon, he wrote a famous book called Kai Taishi sho in 1330 to admonish Emperor Kogon while he was Crown Prince, which predicted the coming upheaval period.
  366. After he abdicated from the throne, he was called Retired Emperor Suzaku-in, named after go-in, which was a candidate place for the Emperor to stay after abdicating the throne.
  367. After he abdicated the throne, he came to be called Shin in (the new ex-emperor) or Sanuki in.
  368. After he acquired a reputation as an artist, he visited this temple in 1788, painting 'Sansui-zu' (picture of a landscape), 'Hato-zu' (picture of swirling waves) and 'Gunsen-zu' (picture of hermits), on 53 fusuma (sliding door) panels and on the surfaces of four walls in the six rooms of Hondo.
  369. After he addressed "Ikenfuji Junikajo" (Twelve Opinions) at the request of the Imperial court in 914, he was promoted to Sangi at the age of 71 while serving as Kunaikyo (Minister of the Sovereign's Household).
  370. After he allowed them to join the game, all of them won.
  371. After he arrived at Nagasaki, he learned painting methods from Shukoku CHO and stayed for about one month.
  372. After he asked himself out, Masanori cried out loud disregarding people's attention, lamenting 'it is such a shame to be given words like that despite the fact that I had served him until this day'.
  373. After he assumed as sojaban in 1705, he served as wakadoshiyori and Kyoto shoshidai (The Kyoto deputy).
  374. After he assumed the president of Chikuho Railway in 1896, he forwarded consolidation of companies to streamline the railway management in Kyushu region.
  375. After he attended the new government in 1869, he was assigned to Musashi-chikenji (governor of Musashi region), and after it was reorganized to Kosuge Prefecture, he was assigned to be its governor after working as the vice-governor, and worked to found a foreign language school and so on.
  376. After he became Osaka ozeki (a sumo wrestler of the second highest rank), he joined Tokyo zumo (the Tamagaki stable) at the end of 1870.
  377. After he became a doctor of Tsuyama Domain in 1817, he became a translator for Bansho-wage Goyo (Government Office for Translation of Barbarian Books) in Shogunate Tenmonkata (officer in charge of astronomy) in 1826, and moved to Edo to make "Kosei Shinpen" which was a translation book of Chomel's Encyclopedia.
  378. After he became a priest, "Hojoki" (An Account of My Hut) was completed in 1212, and it is known as a foundation of literature written in the mixed writing of Japanese and Chinese.
  379. After he became a priest, he was called 'Kyusei.'
  380. After he became a priest, he was called 'Ryosei.'
  381. After he became a shisho (person who performed miscellaneous duties about documents) of Naizenshi (Imperial Table Office) in December, 1786, he received a court rank in February of the following year, and then was appointed to Iwami no suke (Assistant Governor of Iwami Province) in March of the same year.
  382. After he became engaged in design work at a department store and a specialty shop selling kimonos, he took over the family kirikane business around the age of 25.
  383. After he became the professor of medical department of Mito Kodokan school, he was active through lectures, treatment, writing, taking charge of the front lines of the medical community of the Mito Domain.
  384. After he came back from the United States in 1888, he joined the Great Merger Movement led by Shojiro GOTO, with whom he a long acquaintance since he was a student at Keio Gijuku.
  385. After he came back to Japan, he became a professor of the School of Letters, Arts and Sciences at Waseda University and edited 'Waseda Bungaku,' actively involved in the naturalist movement.
  386. After he came back to Japan, he devoted his visits to local provinces such as Yamaguchi and Oita and left works there in the 80's.
  387. After he came back to Japan, he is said to have arranged Western consomme and Chinese chicken soup that he had learned there to make the original Hakata mizutaki in 1905.
  388. After he came back to Japan, he launched a campaign for enlightenment by writing books, including "Seiyo jijo."
  389. After he came back to Japan, he served at Shokoku-ji Temple in Kyoto, and assumed the position of chief priest of Nanzen-ji Temple in 1444, being assumed the position of Sorokushi (a managing priest in a Zen temple) in Rokuonin in Sokoku-ji Temple.
  390. After he came back to Japan, he served the new government, working hard as the Minister of Railways for the development of the railway business, including construction of the line between Shinbashi (Shinagawa) and Yokohama and Tokaido Main Line, and establishment of Nippon Railway Company (railways between Tokyo and Aomori).
  391. After he came back to Japan, he visited many places for edification, and he built places like the Hoko-ji Temple in Totomi Province (Hamamatsu City).
  392. After he came back to Japan, in 1874, he entered a government-controlled newspaper company, Tokyo Nichinichi Newspaper (main writer, and later president) and became very famous as a journalist.
  393. After he came back to the Imperial Court by the Coup of August 18 in the same year, he approached the Satsuma domain and led the Imperial Court as one of the Kugyo of anti-Shogunate group.
  394. After he came to power, controls on religions all over Japan were placed through the promulgation of various jiinhatto (Act of Temples) and the establishment of honmatsu seido (main-branch temple system) and danka seido (parishioner system).
  395. After he caught a glimpse of the beautiful figure of Onna Ichinomiya, who was playing with ice, he tried to have some fun by making Onna Ninomiya wear the same costume.
  396. After he committed three prison breaks in Kabato Shujikan (Hokkaido), he was captured in Kumamoto Prefecture and he was firstly sent to Mikasa City Shujikan in Hokkaido, and later he was transferred to Shibecha Shujikan, which was also located in Hokkaido.
  397. After he conquered this region, Oto no Miko (later Emperor Keitai) built a (main building of) Shinto Shrine in Mt. Asuwa to worship Omiyadokoro no mitama (spirit of Omiyadokoro) as the guardian god of the region.
  398. After he defeated Yoshimoto IMAGAWA, he used the title of Owari no Kami.
  399. After he died
  400. After he died a great number of sympathy letters were sent, and one primary school student wrote, 'Even Admiral Togo dies?,' which was published in the newspapers and received a big reaction.
  401. After he died at 43 (his ages are here reckoned in the Western system in which one is added upon one's birthday) he is sometimes referred to as 'Shogiku Takayoshi KIDO,' 'Shogiku KIDO' or 'Lord Shogiku KIDO.'
  402. After he died at Onominato in Kii Province according to "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters), or at Kamayama in Kii Province according to the Nihonshoki, his mausoleum was constructed at Kamayama (Wakayama Prefecture).
  403. After he died, "A collection of Yoken's poems" edited by Doko OGINO was published in 1803.
  404. After he died, Ujitsuna's younger brother Fujikata HOSOKAWA became the head of Tenkyu family, and served the Shogun Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA.
  405. After he died, he received the posthumous name of 'Goyozei in' as Kago-go (name with go in the beginning) of the Emperor Yozei.
  406. After he died, he was conferred Daijo-daijin (grand minister of state) posthumously.
  407. After he died, he was enshrined as a deity in the Tate-yama Wakamiya Shrine of the Oyama-jinja Shrine.
  408. After he died, most of his works were dedicated to Kennin-ji Temple, which was an ancestral temple of his family.
  409. After he died, the name of Shoroku ONOE III was bestowed on him posthumously.
  410. After he died, the official rank of Junii (Junior Second Rank) was conferred on him.
  411. After he directed a few typical 'Obune movies,' he signed a contract with Nikkatsu as a director after Nikkatsu started producing movies again in 1954.
  412. After he encountered a rainstorm at Daimotsu no Ura and were unable to make the voyage by ship across the inland sea to the westernmost provinces (Saigoku), he was pursued inland, and eventually hid himself in the Palace of Kamusaki no Kiyomi (subsequently Hatakenaka Castle) in Kogigo Village, Izumi Province.
  413. After he engraved a seal of Hirobumi ITO for personal use, he was favored by ITO and had close contact with him.
  414. After he entered Doshisha High School in 1921, he became a Christian while getting involved in rugby.
  415. After he entered Jufuku-ji Temple (the Kencho-ji Temple school of the Rinzai Sect) in Kamakura during early life, he learned Esoteric Buddhism at the Daigo-ji Temple and studied under Tomyo Enichi of the Soto sect.
  416. After he entered the Buddhist priesthood, he continued keeping in touch with Hikogoro SAITO and Takeaki ENOMOTO who survived the Hakodate War.
  417. After he escaped to the Choshu domain, he kept himself hidden in various places and then rose an army at Ikuno in Tajima Province, supported by Kuniomi HIRANO (Ikuno Incident).
  418. After he established the Muromachi Shogunate, he and his brother Tadayoshi ASHIKAGA divided power between them, but in later years discord between them increased until the Kanno Disturbance.
  419. After he executed tsuchigumo (those in ancient times who were not subjects of the Yamato court) in Okita, Bungo Province, he finally entered Hyuga Province.
  420. After he experienced a peddler, he founded a household utensils store in 1928.
  421. After he experienced various positions such as a Nakatsukasa no Shoyu (Junior Assistant Minister of Central Affairs), the Governor of Ecchu Province, a Shonagon (lesser councilor of state), and the Dazai no Daini (senior assistant governor general of the Dazai-fu [local government office in the Kyushu region]), he was finally appointed to be a Sangi at the age of 57 in 787 and later a Court noble.
  422. After he failed to enter her into court, naidaijin allowed Kumoi no kari to marry Yugiri ('Shojo' (girl) to 'Fuji no Uraba' (Wisteria Leaves)).
  423. After he finished middle school, he became a part-time student at Keio University Literature Department and studied drawing at Aoibashi Western painting school of Hakuba-kai
  424. After he finished the katsudon he was requested to pay for it.
  425. After he finished travelling, he settled down in Kyoto in his twenties and deepened exchanges with best-known literati including Sanyo RAI, Chikuden TANOMURA, Beisanjin OKADA, Hanko OKADA, Shochiku SHINOZAKI, Kaioku NUKINA, Jotei KASHIWAGI and so on.
  426. After he first received religious precepts as a priest and learnt Tendai doctrine at Mt. Shosha, he studied the same at Sennyu-ji Temple, too and went to Hakata to visit the Sung dynasty in China in 1257, but he met Goku Kyonen and was inspired by him, and he converted to the Rinzai Sect.
  427. After he fought against Nobukata TAKEDA, Shugo (provincial constable) of Aki Province, of the Takeda clan over territories, they reached a settlement through the intercession of the Kobayakawa clan.
  428. After he fought several battles including ones in Ishikawa-jo Castle and Mochiyori-jo Castle, he was defeated by Akiie KITABATAKE in November 1334.
  429. After he fully recovered and returned to the battle line he endeavored to protect Aizu, but Battle of Aizu intensified after they lost the Battle of Bonari-toge in August.
  430. After he got armed groups of Kanto region in his clutches he went to the West, and he exploited a gap while Takauji reconciled with Tadayoshi and returned with Ko clan including Moronao, he devised a stratagem and executed Moronao and a whole family in Mukogawa, Settsu Province (Itami City, Hyogo Prefecture).
  431. After he graduated from Hotou school, a branch school of Kensei school in Hotaka in 1884, he entered Matusmoto branch school of Nagano Prefectural Junior High School.
  432. After he graduated from Kyoto Art School, he was called hakubi (most excellent person or thing) among young calligraphers in Kyoto.
  433. After he graduated from Nippon Art College, he went to study at the Faculty of Literature in Toyo University.
  434. After he graduated from Tokyo University, he worked in the Board of Audit.
  435. After he graduated from Yonago Shoyogakko (Yonago commercial and sericultural institute) (present Tottori Prefectural Yonagominami High School), he went to Tokyo, and after he graduated from the Commercial Department of the Professional Course at Meiji University, he joined Toho Co., Ltd. to become an assistant film director.
  436. After he graduated from the Military Academy and the Army Academy, he achieved the rank of Full General.
  437. After he graduated, he became a commissioned instructor of Gakushuin Higher Commercial School.
  438. After he granted the Ueno-Obata Domain, which yielded twenty thousand koku of rice, to Nobuyoshi ODA, his fourth son, in his later days, he lived a relaxed and enjoyable life in Kyoto, enjoying the tea ceremony, falconry, and so forth.
  439. After he grew up to be a man, he was fond of martial arts, being skilled at handling a sword.'
  440. After he grew up, he deepened exchanges with the top literati painters in those days, such as Shungaku KANAE and Kyodo HAMADA in Osaka and Shunkin URAGAMI, Chikuto NAKABAYASHI, Baiitsu YAMAMOTO in Kyoto and meanwhile he seems to have acquired the method of literati painting.
  441. After he grow up, he exiled Masaharu KANASASHI, a son of Okiharu KANASASHI to Kai Province and forced Yoritsugu TAKATO, a son of Tsugumune (継宗) TAKATO to surrender, so he unified Suwa County area and fought against Nobutora TAKEDA in Kai who helped Masaharu.
  442. After he had attempted to split with Nobunaga twice, Hisahide finally committed suicide at Shigisan-jo Castle.
  443. After he had become a Buddhist priest in June 1253, he died at the age of 44 in July of that year.
  444. After he had become estranged from Meika, he founded Shisha (poetry club) in Karasumaru-Koji Street, claiming that 'there is no fixed teacher'.
  445. After he had grown up, he liked Chinese cuisine.
  446. After he had his daughter, FUJIWARA no Hoshi enter into the court of Emperor Murakami, his daughter was appointed as Nyogo (a high-ranking lady in the court; a consort of an emperor) in 958.
  447. After he had obtained the position of Kanze dayu, the third Otoami Motoshige (1398-1467), as the master of sarugaku had the patronage of Yoshinori.
  448. After he had returned to Japan, he joined and became a core member of Society for the Study of Social Policy, and taught as a professor of Tokyo Imperial University until 1925.
  449. After he had served as Udaijin (Minister of the Right) from 1653 to 1654 and he was raised to Juichii (Junior First Rank) in 1660, he had served as Sadaijin (Minister of the Left) from 1661 through to 1663.
  450. After he had served on a member of the prefectural assembly over 10 years, he ran in an election for the member of the House of Representatives again and was elected.
  451. After he had studied under the second iemoto, Kichizo, he was adopted as a son of Kichizo and used the name Kichishozo WAKAYAGI.
  452. After he had used the name Seiyu SANYUTEI, he changed his name to Koenyu SANYUTEI.
  453. After he had worked as kaban (a person in charge of guard) at aoyaguchi gate of Osaka-jo Castle and Oban gashira (captains of the great guards), he was appointed as wakadoshiyori (a managerial position in the Edo bakufu) in 1788 to participate in the shogunate government in the period of Kansei Reforms.
  454. After he heard it, he put lights along the wall and placed archers underneath with the order to 'kill whoever tries to cross a moat.'
  455. After he held posts of a judge successively, at first a judge of Otsu Ward Court, next a judge of Kobe District Court, and then a judge of Osaka Court of Appeal, he opened a lawyer's office in Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture.
  456. After he held the positions of Jiju (Imperial Household Agency staff) and Konoefu (the Headquarters of the Inner Palace Guards), he became Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in 1696, which gave him the title Kugyo.
  457. After he held the posts such as Chunagon (Middle Counselor) and Toka no sechie Geben (a kugyo who supervised many matters outside Jomei Gate at Toka no sechie [Imperial Court Ceremony]), he was appointed as Gon Dainagon (a provisional chief councilor of state) in 1717, however he resigned the post in 1719.
  458. After he held various posts in Noto Province, Mimasaka Province, Konoefu (the Headquarters of the Inner Palace Guards) and so on, he was promoted to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in February 1172.
  459. After he held various posts of the Grand Secretary of the Ministry of Home Affairs, Daisanji (second to a governor) of Kyoto Prefecture and Senior Secretary of the Ministry of Home Affairs, he became the prefectural governor of Otsu in 1871.
  460. After he inherited the family estate, he started to support Masatomo ASHIKAGA, Horigoe kubo, on the request of Shogun Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA.
  461. After he issued the Ryoji (a document issuing the Crown Prince or Princess's order) to kill TAIRA no Kiyomori, he was, however, later killed by TAIRA no Tomomori.
  462. After he knew about the Kawamata Incident, he questioned about this incident again two days later.
  463. After he knew of the retreat of Tenchu-gumi, YOSHIMURA organized a death squad and tried a night attack.
  464. After he learned that Ukifune was not the biological daughter of Hitachi no suke, he broke off his engagement with her and made another engagement with Hitachi no suke's biological daughter.
  465. After he learned that the western force for which his father fought, had lost badly to the eastern force in the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600 and also that Sawayama Castle had fallen, with the help of Nobutake TSUGARU, he escaped to Tsugaru in Mutsu Province with Jinnai TSUYAMA who was the father of his nanny and others.
  466. After he leaves, Gappo comes home, reveals his true identity, and reports to the spirit of deceased Sezaemon that he will kill the enemy.
  467. After he left Bank of Japan, he took a position as company president of Osaka Gas Company upon recommendation.
  468. After he left Gufu-jo Castle, he became a monk in Josen-bo Temple in Kamikano and was later sent to Chita, Owari Province.
  469. After he left from the capital, he retired to a territory in Hino County of Hoki Province.
  470. After he left the Kuwana Domain where he had served as Oumamawari (horse guard) on July 15, 1867, he learned swordplay in Edo.
  471. After he left the Osaka-jo Castle, he secluded from society and lived in Kyoto and devoted himself to Chanoyu (present tea ceremony) and succeeded Uraku-ryu (Uraku school of tea ceremony).
  472. After he left the domain in 1865, he applied for the recruitment of Shogunate Infantry, and was stationed in Mitsuura (present Matsuyama City, Aichi Prefecture) during the Second Conquest of Choshu.
  473. After he left the priesthood, he had many children, including Prince Kayanomiya Kuninori, Prince Kuninomiya Kuniyoshi (father of Empress Kojun), Prince Nashimotonomiya Morimasa, Prince Kuninomiya Taka, Prince Asakanomiya Yasuhiko, and Prince Higashikuninomiya Naruhiko (who served as Prime Minister of Japan).
  474. After he liquidated a chief retainer, Gonzaemon YOSHIMURA, who belonged to the deference faction, with Teisaku TAKAGI from the same clan by a command from Sadaaki MATSUDAIRA who belonged to thoroughgoing resistance force, he followed Sadaaki and went to Ezo.
  475. After he lost at the Battle of Shizugatake, he did not blame Toshiie MAEDA, who withdrew earlier, and said 'You can rely on Hideyoshi from now on.' to Toshiie.
  476. After he lost his father Takayoshi when he was eight years old, he was brought up by his mother and grandmother, with Michimasu SUZUKA of the same family acting as his guardian.
  477. After he lost in Oei War, he was rescued by the force of the Southern Court and moved to Kanbe, Ise Province (Mie Prefecture).
  478. After he lost the battle, he surrendered the castle and ran away to Satsuma.
  479. After he moved into the domain of Tonami, he changed his name to Goro FUJITA.
  480. After he moved the government building of domain to the Kikuma Domain, with the same amount of shoryo (territory), 50,000 koku in 1868, Haihan-chiken (abolition of feudal domains and establishment of prefectures) was announced.
  481. After he moved to Konsho-in Temple in Yushima in 1809 and delivered lectures there, he died the next year, and was buried in Kanzo-in Temple in Asakusa.
  482. After he moved to Kyoto again in 1854, he learned Hakke Shinto (白家神道) from Jingi haku (a chief official in charge of matters relating to Shintoism), Sukenori SHIRAKAWA and then received the title of the master of the way of worship.
  483. After he moved to Oasa, he built Surugamaru-jo Castle and lived there.
  484. After he occupied Chonju and then conquered the area around Jeolla Province, he stationed in the Suncheon Waeseong Castle.
  485. After he passed away in 781, the Imperial Court Rank of Shonii (Senior Second Rank) was conferred on him.
  486. After he passed away on July 8 (on March 14, a theory says), 924, he received the investiture of Iyo no Gon no kami (the provisional governor of Iyo Province), and of Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  487. After he passed away, he was awarded the Mainichi Film Contest Prize and the French 'Order of Arts and Letters'.
  488. After he passed away, he was awarded the Shonii (Senior Second Rank).
  489. After he passed down businesses to his child and went into retirement, he published a series of books known as the old-style 'Saga-bon' (Suminokura-bon).
  490. After he performed distinguished services at the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600, he was given a fief of yielding 2,000 koku in the Yagyu Village, Yamato Province, which was a former fief of his father.
  491. After he performed the ritual to pray for peace at the palace in November, the Imperial Court bestowed the title of Rinno-ji Temple on Mt. Nikko.
  492. After he played the main role in "Shojono" when he was seven, he performed in "Shoran" in 1995 and "Shakkyo" (Stone Bridge, noh play) in 1996.
  493. After he prepared in Totomi Province, he left Kyoto in October, went through the Chugoku region and arrived Kyushu in December.
  494. After he published "Shin Hagoromo Monogatari" (A New Tale of Hagoromo) in 1904, he finally abandoned 'Sora Utsu Nami' (Waves Dashing against Heaven) which he discontinued many times over.
  495. After he published his representative work, "Sakuhishu" (Collection of the Mistakes of Yesterday) when he was 43 years old, he engaged himself fully in the creation and writing of poetry.
  496. After he quit the Tokyo branch in 1943, he joined Shochiku Co., Ltd. and started working at the Shochiku Kyoto Studios.
  497. After he received his retirement stipend, he became admired little by little as an elder in the cultural and activity saloons such as Noh and tea ceremony with court nobles in Kyoto.
  498. After he recovered, Ryuben was not only appointed to gon no sojo (a highest ranking priest, next to a sojo) as a reward, but also began to often visit the Imperial Prince Munetaka and acted as a member of his waka group.
  499. After he resigned as an interpreter, he called himself Ryuho NAKANO and pursued Western studies and astronomy while training many pupils.
  500. After he resigned as the Minister of the Navy, the Navy fell into a difficult situation where they needed to pay a deposit for a capital ship, but suffered from a lack of funding for it.
  501. After he resigned as the chief priest of the Zenno-ji Temple in 1842, he went to Edo and then settled down in Yanokura-cho (present-day Higashi-Nihonbashi).
  502. After he resigned from his government position, he began to consider studying in France, and he started to study French in Tokyo and Nagasaki.
  503. After he resigned, he lived in Kyoto and established a friendship with Ekiken KAIBARA who was a specialist of herbalism.
  504. After he retired from Kyoto University in 1970, he became professor emeritus for Kyoto University.
  505. After he retired from the Kanpaku position in 1483, he was assigned to be Daijo-daijin in 1488 (He left the position two years later).
  506. After he retired from the post, he founded his private school Seienseisha to be engaged in the younger people's education.
  507. After he retired he called himself Daimyoin.
  508. After he retired in 1919, he took life easy staying in the family residence in Kyoto or the country house in Ishiyama, Shiga Prefecture.
  509. After he retired, NAGAKURA returned to Tokyo again and founded a swordsmanship training hall at Ushigome.
  510. After he retired, he ran an orchard in Sapporo (Hokkaido Kaju Association), cultivating fruits such as apples.
  511. After he retired, he went by the name Shishun.
  512. After he returned from Edo he became chief executive officer of the Choshu administration.
  513. After he returned from Togoku, he stayed at Ise and went back to Makimuku no miya in September next year.
  514. After he returned home, he established Sanshisha in Miharu, and he also drafted regulations for civil assembly in Fukushima Prefecture and he also prepared for the opening of the prefectural assembly.
  515. After he returned to Edo (present Tokyo), being defeated in the Battle of Toba-Fushimi, he went over to Hakodate (Hokkaido) with Toshizo HIJIKATA, Kai SHIMADA, Kazue SOMA and others to fight against the opponents but finally he surrendered.
  516. After he returned to Higo, the rumour spread that 'Hisamitsu SHIMAZU would raise an army.'
  517. After he returned to Imperial Family in 1888, he was demoted from nobility to subject again in the same year and received the new family name of Kiyosu.
  518. After he returned to Japan due to an illness, he contributed with development of legislation regarding introduction of the cabinet system.
  519. After he returned to Japan in 1351, he entered Nanzen-ji Temple in Kyoto and, in 1395, performed the kaisan (founded a temple as a chief priest) of Buttsu-ji Temple by kaiki (founded with the patronage) of Haruhira KOBAYAKAWA in Aki Province.
  520. After he returned to Japan, he became Army Major and the sixth Battalion Chief of Goshimpei (army to convoy the Emperor), and from that year to 1873, he served as Jiju (Chamberlain).
  521. After he returned to Japan, he became a tutor to the crown prince and afterward, he served as the Governor of Hoki and Chikuzen Provinces, during which time he wrote many poems.
  522. After he returned to Japan, he lived cloistered away in a thatched hut he made at Kinoshita (the present-day Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City) in Rakusai (west of the capital of Kyoto).
  523. After he returned to Japan, he participated in filmmaking with Kenji MIZOGUCHI and Kon ICHIKAWA as an assistant director.
  524. After he returned to Japan, he was appointed to the chief priest of Horin-ji Temple in Kuraki-gun, Kanagawa Prefecture.
  525. After he returned to Japan, he was awarded the rank of Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and later appointed as jiju (a chamberlain) having the rank of Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  526. After he returned to Japan, he was widely active as an educator.
  527. After he returned to Japan, he worked at the Ministry of Finance and the chief inspector of the Yokohama Custom House.
  528. After he returned to Kumamoto, he left works such as Meihachi-bashi Bridge and Meiju-bashi Bridge in Kumamoto City, and Ryumon-bashi Bridge in Kikuchi City.
  529. After he returned to Kyoto, he became a doctor of Chinese and Dutch medicine, and took over his father's private school, Kyuri-do.
  530. After he returned to Kyoto, he had a certain amount of power within the Imperial Court and colluded with anti-Hojo aristocrats to concentrate power in him.
  531. After he returned to Owari Province from Hitakami no kuni via Nihari (Makabe gun, Ibaragi Prefecture), Sakaorimiya in Kai Province, and Shinano Province, he got married to Miyazu-hime (Princess Miyabi).
  532. After he returned to Satsuma triumphantly from the Boshin War, he led the movement to stop the ruling based on the pedigreed vassal families.
  533. After he returned to his country, he took part in Tosa Kinnoto (clique of Tosa with reverence for the Emperor) which had been organized by Zuizan TAKECHI and his group.
  534. After he returned to his own temple, he became the Juji of Nanzen-ji Temple and traveled to Edo in order to appreciate and worship the leader, as ordered by the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) (in 1785).
  535. After he returned to the Kishu Domain in April 1710, Yoshimune began the reformation of the domain's administration.
  536. After he returned to the capital, he moved to the residence of Nobuyoshi HAKURA, one of his disciples, at Marutamachi (Hirokoji Teramachi-dori Street, Kamigyo Ward).
  537. After he returns to the capital, he makes a comeback as a guardian of Emperor Reizei, adopting Empress Akikonomu as his daughter and making her Emperor Reizei's wife.
  538. After he saw Yoshioki OUCHI having returned to Suo Province in 1518, he stirred up Kokujin (local samurai) of Settsu Province from November 1519 to defeat the Takakuni's army.
  539. After he served as Chunagon (Vice-Councilor of State) and Dainagon (Chief Councilor of State), he was appointed the positions of the chief officer of Outadokoro (Folk Music Office) and "Toka no sechie Geben" (Kugyo who supervised many matters outside Jomei Gate at Toka no sechie [Imperial Court Ceremony]).
  540. After he served as Gon Chunagon (provisional vice-councilor of state), in 1731 he became Gon Dainagon (provisional chief councilor of state) and in 1732 he became Toka no sechie Geben (a kugyo who supervised many matters outside Jomei Gate at Toka no sechie - Imperial Court Ceremonies).
  541. After he served as Jiju (Chamberlain), Sakone no chujo (Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards), Kaga no suke (Assistant governor of Kaga Province), Chugu Gon no suke (Provisional Assistant Master of the Consort's Household), in 1230 he was promoted to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and ranked as Kugyo (court noble).
  542. After he served as Jiju (Chamberlain), Sakone no chujo (Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards), and in 1724 he became Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and ranked as Kugyo (court noble).
  543. After he served as Jiju (Chamberlain), Sakone no shosho (Minor Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards), Sakone no chujo (Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards) and so on, in 1748 he became Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and ranked as Kugyo (court noble).
  544. After he served as Jiju (Chamberlain), Sakone no shosho (Minor Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards), Sakone no chujo (Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards), and in 1702 he became Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and ranked as Kugyo (court noble.)
  545. After he served as Oban-gashira (a captain of the Great Guards of the shogunate government), he was appointed as a wakadoshiyori in March, 1812 and since then participated in the shogunate government.
  546. After he served as Toka no sechie Geben (a kugyo who supervised many matters outside Jomei Gate at Toka no sechie (Imperial Court Ceremonies), Gon Chunagon (provisional vice-councilor of state), in 1768 he became Junii (Junior Second Rank).
  547. After he served as a center president of Nagasaki dockyard for thirteen years, he retired.
  548. After he served as a chamberlain and so on, he was assigned to Kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain) in Konoefu (the Headquarters of the Inner Palace Guards) in March 1236.
  549. After he served as a foreign magistrate and a magistrate of the Kyoto-cho, he assumed the position ofOmetsuke (chief inspector of the Edo shogunate) in 1864.
  550. After he served as a government official at Konoefu, he became Jusanmi Sangi in 1655 and joined Kugyo, but he resigned in the same year.
  551. After he served as a proofreader of hand-written Issai-kyo Sutra in the Kanto region and a lecturer at Chikushi Kanzeon-ji Temple, he went to Tang in 842 on a ship owned by Ri Shojin, a merchant of Tang.
  552. After he served as danjoin (President of the Board of Censors), he was dispatched as jibukyo (Minister of the Ministry of Civil Administration) to offer a wand of hemp and paper streamers to Ise-jingu Shrine at the outbreak of the Rebellion of FUJIWARA no Hirotsugu in 740.
  553. After he served as the chief priest of Tofuku-ji Temple in Kyoto, in 1580 he went over to the Tsushima-jima Island at the invitation of Yoshishige SO of Tsushima Province.
  554. After he served the Meiji Government as the governor of Kosuge Prefecture, Inba Prefecture and others, he flourished as a businessperson.
  555. After he shaved his head and was appointed Hogeni (the second highest rank in the hierarchy of Buddhist priests), he was named Bunami.
  556. After he spent five years, the first half of his ten-year stay in Japan, at Todaiji Temple, he was granted the site where the current Toshodai-ji Temple stood in 759.
  557. After he stepped down from his position as the head of the family and Imperial Prince Taruhito officially succeeded the family on September 9, 1871, he still held various positions such as the governor of Shinto and the controller general of the Research Institute for the Japanese Classics (the forerunner of present-day Kokugakuin University).
  558. After he stopped using Shugan-mei, he used Junin-mei, inscribing 'Hizen no kuni Junin Chukichi saku' (made by Chukichi living in Hizen Province).
  559. After he studied Zen, he went to China at the age of 25.
  560. After he studied at Hitsuyudo (a private school operated by the Yoneda family, a chief retainer of the Kumamoto Domain) and the Kumamoto Domain's school named Jishukan, he traveled to Edo and Nagasaki to study, and he also studied at Kaisei School in 1870.
  561. After he succeeded the name Toyokuni, he kept his studio stable and published many pieces, thus the number of his work was the largest among the Ukiyoe artists.
  562. After he succeeded to the position of chief priest, he made the exploration continue and conducted three excavations and research projects until 1914.
  563. After he succeeding the Monshu in his thirties, he has been doing energetic actions such as group preaching at 500 places in Japan and he often goes to overseas Buddhist Churches for group preaching.
  564. After he successively held posts as the captains of 'Kasugamaru,' 'Nisshin (cruiser),' 'Tsukuba (corvette),' and other ships, he worked at a dormitory of the Navy soldiers.
  565. After he successively held the posts of Hikitsukeshu (Coadjutor of the High Court) and Hyojoshu (a member of Council of State), he took up for his post as Rokuhara Tandai Minamikata (Rokuhara Tandai South) from November 20, 1308 (January 1, 1309 in new calendar).
  566. After he suffered form a disease in 831, Kukai made every effort, even risking his life, to make the foundation of Shingon Esoteric Buddhism solid enough and to enable the religion to exist forever.
  567. After he surrendered to Hideyoshi, he went to Kyoto as a hostage.
  568. After he tired of reproducing Sogen-ga, he moved on to sketches of real life subjects.
  569. After he took a position as a member of the Palace staff and Hyoe no suke (assistant captain of the Headquarters of the Middle Palace Guard), he was promoted to Ukon no gon no chujo (Provisional Middle Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) in 996.
  570. After he took the positions which were "Toka no sechie Geben" (Kugyo who supervised many matters outside Jomei Gate at Toka no sechie [Imperial Court Ceremony]) and then "Gon Chunagon" (Provisional Vice-Councilor of State), he was given the title "Gon Dainagon" (Provisional Chief Councilor of State) in 1854.
  571. After he took the posts of Chunagon, Dainagon and Toka no sechie Geben (a kugyo who supervised many matters outside Jomei Gate at Toka no sechie [Imperial Court Ceremony]), he was appointed as Shonii Naidaijin (Senior Second Rank, Inner Minister) in 1770.
  572. After he took the tonsure and became a monk, he took the name Chidatsu.
  573. After he toured Nagasaki, he lived in Kyoto and Edo and was active in both places.
  574. After he trained under his father, he succeeded to the name in 1972.
  575. After he transferred the position of Kanpaku to Yoshitsune NIJO in 1265, he still took over the Imperial Court as a Nairan (private audience).
  576. After he traveled around Kyushu in 1791, he wanted to be taken into the care of Satsuma Domain but he was rejected. He was later taken up in Hita, Bungo Province for a while.
  577. After he traveled through Obama, Tanba and Settsu he established his residence in Kawachi Deguchi.
  578. After he used his mother's family name and called himself Mitsuyasu MIZUNO in 1597, he was granted the territory equivalent to 700 koku from Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  579. After he visited Toshizo HIJIKATA, who was recuperating, and researched the war situation, he joined the Shinsengumi in Sendai.
  580. After he visited to the Imperial Palace he hid this medicine far away, and each time when he needed, he took one pill from the space of the court cap.
  581. After he wandered abroad for 50 years and suffered from dire poverty, he, without knowing it, came to the front of the gate of his father's residence.
  582. After he was admitted to the imperial court in 1129, he held positions of Ushosho (Minor Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) and Sachujo (Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards) in succession.
  583. After he was adopted by his older brother Takakane FUKASE, he was asked to take care of Iwaya-jo and Fukase-jo castles, but Ietoshi devoted himself to being yamabushi and spent a whole day practicing, and used to live in Bicchu Province for a period of time.
  584. After he was adopted by his uncle, FUJIWARA no Kaneie, he celebrated his coming of age, becoming Sakon Chujo (Middle Captain of the Inner Palace Guards) with Jushiijo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade), but died young at the age of twenty-three.
  585. After he was appointed as Mutsu no kami (the governor of Mutsu Province) in 781, he assumed various posts in series, such as Sahyoe no kami (Captain of the Left Division of Middle Palace Guards), Sachuben (middle controller of the left), Shikibu no taifu (Senior Assistant Minister of the Ministry of Ceremonial), and Chue no chujo (middle captain of the imperial guard).
  586. After he was appointed as head priest of the Tendai Sect in March 1646, he moved Manju-in Temple, which had been located at a place near to the current Kyoto Imperial Palace, to Ichijoji village in Rakuhoku in 1656 and improved its garan (ensemble of temple buildings).
  587. After he was appointed as the heir to be the head of the family, he took part in, together with his father Motochika, the conquest and siege of Odawara in 1590 and the Invasion of Korea from 1592.
  588. After he was appointed to Hyoe-fu (Headquarters of the Middle Palace Guards) in July of the same year, he held important posts, such as Dazai no Daini (Senior Assistant Governor General of Dazai-fu), Benkan (Otomoi no Tsukasa or the controller of the Oversight Department), and Shinano-no-kuni no Kami (Governor of Shinano Province).
  589. After he was appointed to Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) in 1182, he assumed the position of Jiju (Chamberlain) and Sakonoe no chujo (Middle Captain of the Left Palace Guards), and finally was appointed to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) on March 11, 1187.
  590. After he was assigned to Kyusyu Chinbu-sotoku and arrived Nagasaki, he called Christians of Uragami and tried to persuade them to convert from Christianity.
  591. After he was assigned to an official of Ministry of Central Affairs in 824, and held positions such as the jo (provincial governor) of Inaba Province, an official of Shikibu-sho (the Ministry of Ceremonial), the jo of Bizen Province and Kazuenosuke (Director of Account Office).
  592. After he was attacked by Katsuie SHIBATA, a busho (commanding officer) of Nobunaga, on April 8, 1573, he surrendered and left the castle because he was persuaded by Kagetaka, his older brother who took the side of Nobunaga.
  593. After he was awarded the Yokozuna license, the most frequently used sumo wrestler's name was Kisaburo ONOGAWA.
  594. After he was back, he became the chief film director of the Second Department.
  595. After he was beaten at Mt. Nara, he won at Ashi-ike Lake and at Naka-tsu-michi Road (Naka-no-michi Road), and finally controlled Yamato Province to advance to Naniwa.
  596. After he was captured in Shizuoka, he was detained for a while in Tokyo Detention House in Tokyo and then sent to Tsukigata-cho Shujikan (Prison) in Hokkaido.
  597. After he was conferred a peerage in 1748, being the head of the Seiga family, he was successfully promoted in the Imperial Court in a short period.
  598. After he was conferred a peerage in 1829, he was quickly promoted as a member of the Sanjo family of the Seiga family (the second highest family status for court nobles), and was raised to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in 1841and was ranked with Kugyo (court noble).
  599. After he was conferred a peerage in 1865, as a member of the Seiga family (the second highest family status for the court noble), he was successfully promoted in the Imperial Court in a short period.
  600. After he was conferred an official rank, he suffered from smallpox and died at Yobo-ji Temple at Nijo, Kyoto, being away from home.
  601. After he was defeated in the Battle of Koshu Katsunuma and Isami KONDO turned himself up the new government in Nagareyama City, Shimousa Province, he went separate ways from Toshizo HIJIKATA, the deputy leader and headed for Aizu with Hajime SAITO (Jiro YAMAGUCHI) and Saisuke YASUTOMI.
  602. After he was deliberately adopted by his grandfather Kanemi YOSHIDA in 1599 according to Kanemi's plan, he held the position of clerical worker at Toyokuni-jinja Shrine (Kyoto City), where Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI was enshrined, and came to use the family name Hagiwara.
  603. After he was demobilized and sent home from the War, he worked for Shochiku again.
  604. After he was discharged, he lived for a short time in Ochiai-mura, Nakakoma-gun, Yamanashi Prefecture (present Minami Alps City) in which Shoko, his mother and his wife had been evacuees.
  605. After he was disinherited in 1604, he named himself Kyumu NAGAOKA.
  606. After he was disowned, he opened a vegetable store, which became successful.
  607. After he was forgiven and became a priest, he opened medical practice as a doctor and educated disciples while seeing patients, and his descendant and disciples' school was referred to as "Narabayashi Ryu (school)".
  608. After he was forgiven later, he cooperated with Mitsunari ISHIDA, who was one of the five major magistrates, and served as military logistics support of the Japanese army, while he arranged peace with Ming officials behind the scenes.
  609. After he was given a 500 koku (139 cubic meters) crop yield as a stipend of mercy, the Imagawa clan became one of the Shogun's retainers as bakufu koke (honorable family of bakufu).
  610. After he was given the land of 10,000 koku within the former Mino Province in 1607, he became a feudal lord of Jushichijo domain, and then chief retainer of Tadamasa MATSUDAIRA, who was Ieyasu's grandchild.
  611. After he was granted a pardon, he visited Hikogoro SATO who lived in Hino taking a collection of tanka (poems) paying a tribute to the memory of Toshizo HIJIKATA and a diary in his own handwriting with him.
  612. After he was granted peerage in 1184, he had successively held Sama no kami (Captain of Samaryo, Left Division of Bureau of Horses), Uhyoe no kami (Captain of the Right Division of Middle Palace Guards), Kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain), etc.
  613. After he was introduced in China, he became amalgamated with Taizanfukun (Taishanfuzhun), who were associated with the Taoist philosophy of a permanent dreamland.
  614. After he was ordered to become an Imperial Prince, he entered the Ninna-ji Temple and become a monk and received kanjo under the 4th monseki monk-Imperial Prince Kakuho.
  615. After he was pardoned and released in 772, he regained his position as Fujiwara no Ason, Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade), and returned to politics.
  616. After he was pardoned, he got promoted as the regime of the Taira clan prospered, and in 1168, his Court rank reached Jusanmi.
  617. After he was placed in charge as the chief priest of the Jisho-ji Temple in the Yamanashi Prefecture and a professor of the Komazawa University, he assumed the position as chief abbot of the Soto Sect in 1940.
  618. After he was promoted to Dainagon (chief councilor of state), he held political power greater than his seniors, including Sadaijin (Minister of the Left) MINAMOTO no Toru under the reign of Emperor Yozei and Emperor Koko and issued many kanpu (official documents from Dajokan, or Great Council of State) as Imperial orders in his capacity of chief official.
  619. After he was quickly promoted as the head of the Sanjo family of the Seiga family (the second highest family status for court nobles), he became Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and was ranked with Kugyo in 1668.
  620. After he was raised to Jugoi (Junior Fifth Rank) in 1627, he was promoted quickly as a legitimate son of the Seiga family (the second highest family status for court nobles), and in 1637 when he was raised to Konoefu (the Headquarters of the Inner Palace Guards), he was celebrated his coming of age.
  621. After he was released from the castle, he was placed in the custody of Masayuki SANADA and became Masayuki's vassal.
  622. After he was released from the new government, he returned to Kyoto and started various businesses including a lemonade shop, a variety shop, a kenjutsu dojo, however, it is said that he lived in poverty because his businesses gained little popularity.
  623. After he was released in 1872, he studied in the United States in order to escape from questioning over his liquidation of the chief retainer, and after he returned to Japan, he joined Mitsubishi.
  624. After he was released under an amnesty, he went back to Changan to spend three years there.
  625. After he was released, he settled in Nakano village, Tama District (Yugi Nakano, Hachioji City) and established a school.
  626. After he was released, he worked together with Kazue SOMA, under the direction of Saemon KASUGA, who was the commander of the former Edo bakufu's army forces (Edo bakufu was the last Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  627. After he was removed from the position of Kyushu Tandai, he was ordered to be a shugo for half of Suruga Province and divided and ruled the province with Yasunori IMAGAWA, his nephew.
  628. After he was sent to Tokyo and suspended for a year, he was released.
  629. After he was strongly impressed with "Rangaku Kaitei" (an introductory book of the Western science study) written by Gentaku OTSUKI, he moved to Edo in 1792 to enter Gentaku's private school Shinrando and began increasing his competence.
  630. After he was taken to Kyoto, he was transported to Izumo Province in 1185.
  631. After he was trained by Eisen OKUDA and his brother, Dohachi NINNAMI, he became independent.
  632. After he went back to England, he published "The Dolmens and Burial Mounds in Japan, 1897" and "The Dolmens of Japan and their Builders, 1889."
  633. After he went back to Osaka in August, 1593, he never returned to Nagoya-jo Castle.
  634. After he went back to his hometown, Oshu Province, and successfully avenged his father's death, he entered Zen Buddhism again and changed his name to Jion.
  635. After he went through many merits, for example, he served under the 9th shogun Yoshihisa ASHIKAGA and the 10th shobun Yoshitane ASHIKAGA and served in a war as a military commissioner, he married Masamoto HOSOKAWA's younger sister Toshoin at Sakai camp.
  636. After he went through small factions in the House of Representatives as a leader of anti-Rikken seiyukai (Friends of Constitutional Government) group, he participated in the formation of Rikken Kokumin-to Party (Constitutional Nationalist Party).
  637. After he went to Edo in 1865, he learned swordsmanship in the training hall of Seiichiro AMANO and became a vassal of a hatamoto (a direct retainer of the Shogun).
  638. After he went to Tokyo to study, his family was ruined affected by the Matsukata (Minister of the Treasury at the time) financial affairs, and therefore he had to pay his own school expenses by working.
  639. After he went up to Kyoto, he remained there with Isami KONDO, Kamo SERIZAWA, and Yoshio TONOUCHI.
  640. After he woke up at five in the morning and had breakfast in the bed, he put on his shoes on zashiki (a Japanese style guest room with tatami flooring) and left for the field without washing his face.
  641. After he won in this dispute, he defeated his enemy's forces one after another and unified Owari Province.
  642. After he won the political power struggle against Michitaka's heir, FUJIWARA no Korechika, he became Sadaijin (Minister of the Left) and he became a dominant figure in the government by the Imperial Court.
  643. After he yielded his position as head of the family to Mochitoyo in 1433, he was downfallen due to his alleged involvement in a misappropriation case related to the trade between Japan and the Ming Dynasty in China.
  644. After he yielded the position of the head of the family to the fourth generation in 1931, he continued his production with the go 'Chikken'.
  645. After healing the wounds, Kumataro prepared a tomb for himself to fight the enemy at all risk, and then, visited Kyoto, Nara and Osaka to buy Japanese swords, sword canes and hunting guns, and bode his time.
  646. After hearing Yuranosuke's words, Heiemon understands the situation and says, "I see everything and now we come face-to-face with each other. I understand the purpose of buying Okaru's freedom."
  647. After hearing that, everyone stops fighting and goes back home.
  648. After hearing the situation from Hoori, he gave Hoori a ride on a small boat (or a tightly woven bamboo basket).
  649. After her appeal for the petition of Seikanin to the Gijo (official post) Nobuatsu NAGATANI and the Sanyo (councilor) Michitomi NAKANOIN, notification of the petition came to Tomomi IWAKURA via Hirofusa MADENOKOJI.
  650. After her birth, she was raised in her hometown Satsuma but she was called to Edo from Satsuma when she was engaged with Toyochiyo (later day Ienari TOKUGAWA), the son of Harusada TOKUGAWA.
  651. After her daughter, Aoi no ue, passed away, she brought up Yugiri, who was left behind by her daughter's death.
  652. After her death in 1725, the senge for Jugo (honorary rank next to the three empresses: great empress dowager, empress dowager, and empress), and later Nyoingo (a title of respect given to close female relatives of the emperor or a woman of comparable standing) were made, and she was named Reiseimonin.
  653. After her death in February, 612, Princess Kitashihime was buried with Emperor Kinmei in Hinokuma no Omisasagi (Mausoleum of Emperor Tenmu and Emperor Jito), and a massive ceremony was held that honored the dead at the city of Karu.
  654. After her death she was entombed at Senryu-ji Temple in Kyoto.
  655. After her death, Go was buried by the second son Iemitsu in Zojo-ji Temple (Minato Ward, Tokyo [Tokyo.])
  656. After her death, although a man became king, people didn't obey him and a domestic conflict ensued which led to the deaths of 1,000 people.
  657. After her death, her servant entered the Buddhist priesthood and took the name Sogon.
  658. After her death, in 1628, she was conferred Shoichii (Senior First Rank) by Hidetada.
  659. After her death, many Joruri (dramatic narrative chanted to a samisen accompaniment) plays and Kabuki (traditional drama performed by male actors) in which Yugiri and her lover, Izaemon FUJIYA were main characters were produced; the plays were generally referred to as 'Yugiri Izaemon' or 'Yugiri.'
  660. After her death, one of her daughters got married to Yoshitsune KUJO, giving birth to Michiie KUJO and Risshi KUJO, chugu (the second consort) of Emperor Juntoku, and another daughter of hers got married to Kintsune SAIONJI, giving birth to Saneuji SAIONJI and Rinshi.
  661. After her death, she was awarded the third class Order of the Sacred Treasure.
  662. After her death, she was created Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank).
  663. After her death, the building was preserved as a Japanese restaurant but after it closed, it was purchased by Monta MINO and demolished.
  664. After her father Michinaga had ignored an imperial order and seized power in 995, when Shoshi was 8 years old, she was raised as the daughter of the court administrator, closely supervised by her attendants.
  665. After her father Yoriie was assassinated by the Hojo clan, she and her elder brother Kugyo were adopted by their uncle MINAMOTO no Sanetomo.
  666. After her father became a ronin (masterless samurai) for some reasons, the family moved to Kyoto, where she later entered the Shimabara.
  667. After her father died of illness, in 998, she married Emperor Ichijo.
  668. After her father died, she was not happy to spend her life under the protection of FUJIWARA no Michinaga and FUJIWARA no Shoshi, she moved to the residence of her uncle, FUJIWARA no Takaie knowing that FUJIWARA no Michinaga and FUJIWARA no Shoshi were not pleased about it.
  669. After her father was dismissed from his court position due to the Anna Incident, she became an adopted daughter of her uncle, Imperial Prince Moriakira.
  670. After her father, Emperor Tenmu, established a system of Saigu, Oku no Himemiko went down to Ise-jingu Shrine as the first Saio (an unmarried Imperial princess serving at the Ise shrine) on November 15, 674.
  671. After her father, Yoshitomo, was killed in the Heiji War and Yoritomo and MINAMOTO no Mareyoshi, her brothers, were exiled, Bomon-hime was entrusted to Sanemoto GOTO and was brought up in the capital secretly. ("Heiji monogatari")
  672. After her father, Zenbo, died, she left the court with her mother and was brought up in a mansion in Rokujo.
  673. After her half younger brother, Imperial Prince Katsuranomiya Misahito died on February 11, 1863, since there was no one to succeed to the head of the Katsuranomiya family, Imperial Princess Katsuranomiya Sumiko succeeded to become the twelfth family head of the Katsuranomiya family.
  674. After her husband Masahira's death in 1013, she dedicated herself to religion and fostering princesses.
  675. After her husband Morobuchi MISE had died in 1877, she studied gynecology from her half brother Nobuyoshi ISHI.
  676. After her husband Nagazane passed away on September 29, 1133, she entered nunhood in the following year and was called Echigoamako.
  677. After her husband Yoshinori was killed in the Kakitsu War, she became involved in the shogunate government supporting young Yoshikatsu and Yoshimasa and conflicted with Imamairi no tsubone who was Yoshimasa's menoto and loved by him.
  678. After her husband's death Bokushi became a nun and was called 'Ichijo no ama' (nun of Ichijo).
  679. After her husband's death, she adeptly divided her time between educating Motomichi and holding ceremonies within the clan, but she fell ill in the spring 1179.
  680. After her husband's death, she became a nun and was referred to as Amamidai.
  681. After her husband's death, she killed Otsu no Miko (Prince Otsu), a son of her sister Ota no Himemiko, suspecting him to be a rebel.
  682. After her husband, Kashiwagi, had a relationship with Onna Sannomiya, he died young.
  683. After her marriage, she worked to spread the flower arrangement art worldwide as the young wife of the head of the Ikenobo School.
  684. After her mogi (coming-of-age ceremony for girls), Akashi no himegimi entered into court through marriage as the crown princess (in Kiritsubo's palace).
  685. After her mother, Koreko died, she was brought up by her father's grandmother, Tomiko ICHIJO (Kyoraimonin), who became her foster mother.
  686. After her mother, Yugao, died, she goes down to Tsukushi province at the age of four, accompanied by a wet nurse.
  687. After her mother, the Empress Genshi, died, she was brought up by Yorimichi and was conferred in November 1040 the title of Jugo (honorable title next to three empresses) at the same time during the ceremony of chakko (first-time wearing of hakama).
  688. After her parents' death, she was raised by her grandmother (maternal aunt), FUJIWARA no Shoshi (Akiko) and made her bridal entry into the court as the Crown Princess.
  689. After her retirement she lived in the residence of Imperial Prince Tomohira, her maternal great grandfather.
  690. After her return to Tsukushi Province, she bore a prince (Emperor Ojin.)
  691. After her return, she dwelled at Sakurai-ji Temple in Yamato Province (presumably present-day Toyura, Asuka village), and contributed to the thriving of Buddhism by putting 11 nuns out into the world including Zentoku.
  692. After her son, Emperor Antoku's enthronement, she was called 'Kokumo' (Emperor's mother), her glory was short, not long after Kiyomori died from illness, and the Taira family was attacked by the Minamoto clan and they escaped from the city, and they roamed about the sea.
  693. After her sons Yoriie (head of the Kamakura Shogunate after Yoritomo), and Sanetomo were killed, she became guardian of the young puppet shogun, FUJIWARA no Yoritsune, although in fact she held the real power and was known as the Ama Shogun.
  694. After her uncle, FUJIWARA no Mitsuakira died in 982, she left the Imperial Palace and entered into the priesthood.
  695. After hikitsuke jyo was abolished, he was assigned to Mushagashira, a director of Mushadokoro, which is an administrative institution of the police escort for Imperial Palace, in June, 1398.
  696. After him, Unknown
  697. After him, many Yugyo-shonin (traveling priests) followed the thought and traveled around provinces implementing fusan (distributing tablets with the inscription 'Namu Amidabutsu') and Odori Nenbutsu (dancing and reciting nenbutsu).
  698. After his Genpuku (coming-of-age) ceremony, his name was changed to Tadayoshi.
  699. After his abdication he was conferred the dignity of peerage as Edward VIII.
  700. After his abdication, he returned to his status as one of the Imperial family members, and publicly announced that he left all power to the coming Emperor Otomo (Emperor Junna).
  701. After his abdication, the Emperor Uda ordered the secretary of Goin Palace to compile records of disbursement while he was on the throne, and as seen from this fact, Suino had a close relation with the emperor.
  702. After his achievements
  703. After his adoptive father's death, while he succeeded to the family business, he learned under Kaizan HORIKOSHI, Sekisai OKITAMA (置賜晰斎), Rankei NISHIJIMA, Rokuuemon NAKAMURA, Okoku KAMEDA, Hidenori INO, and others.
  704. After his appearance in that film, Ichitaro ended his stage acting career and became a film actor.
  705. After his appointment as doctor on duty, Juntaro started research on pharmacognosy and was selected in the fifth batch of students sponsored by the Ministry of Education to study overseas.
  706. After his banishment, Tadaaki ran a sonjuku (private village-school) (Shunjuku) in Higashi-ohashi (present Ishioka City) where Ito taught after completing his studies and returning to his hometown.
  707. After his brother Naotomo's death due to the battle wound in 1343, he took over as head of the family.
  708. After his coming of age ceremony, he was called to serve Nobutada ODA as an attendant.
  709. After his coming of age in 1572 and fighting his first battle in Kohoku, he engaged in consecutive battles in various places alongside his father Nobunaga in the Ishiyama War, the attack of Nagashima in Ise Province and the Battle of Nagashino.
  710. After his days as a ko-kata, he moves to Nara and stays away from Noh, but after finishing senior high school he returns to Tokyo and becomes a private pupil.
  711. After his death
  712. After his death (in 1904), he was posthumously conferred the court rank of Juichii (Junior First Rank).
  713. After his death (postmortem affairs)
  714. After his death Iwakuni Chokokan was built according to his wish.
  715. After his death Naotsugu II took over as head of the family, but he was too young.
  716. After his death he was enshrined at Tsukudo-jinja Shrine, Kanda Myojin Shrine and Kokuo-jinja Shrine.
  717. After his death his great achievement was honored, and in December 1869, monuments were built by the mayor of Utsunomiya Domain, Tadatomo TODA, under the Emperor Meiji's command (in 3-chome, Hanafusa, Utsunomiya City and Rinko-ji Temple in Yanaka, Tokyo).
  718. After his death the family head was succeeded by his son-in-law, Sadakei MATSUDAIRA, who married his legal wife's child, Hatsuko because his first son, Sadanori's mother was a concubine and was still young.
  719. After his death, Ansei no Taigoku (suppression of extremists by the Shogunate) was declared illegal, and the Hikone Domain was punished by a reduction in territory to 100,000 koku (18,039 cubic meters) by order of the bakufu in 1862.
  720. After his death, Chiyo-yashamaru (Tohiro ODA), the adopted son of Toshihiro's brother Hirochika, succeeded him as head of the clan, which continued as the Iwakura Oda clan.
  721. After his death, Cloistered Emperor Shirakawa bought his house.
  722. After his death, Emperor Kammu recovered his honor.
  723. After his death, Enni was awarded the kokushi name 'Shoichi' from Emperor Hanazono in 1311.
  724. After his death, Gendai Fuzoku Kenkyukai founded 'Mineo HASHIMOTO Prize' to commemorate his achievements.
  725. After his death, Junii was given to him.
  726. After his death, Kanze Dayu (the sixth), Motohiro KANZE, let his second son revive the Ochi-Kanze family.
  727. After his death, Kanzo UCHIMURA and Inazo NITOBE wrote a eulogy, praising his life works called him 'Daiheimin' (the great commoner).
  728. After his death, Kazumasa's children, Yasunaga and Yasukatsu ISHIKAWA, inherited the property.
  729. After his death, Komatsu Hitoshi Museum was opened in his former residence.
  730. After his death, Kyoichi OKAMOTO, his former Shosei (a student who is given room and board in exchange for performing domestic duties) and adopted son, established a publishing company named 'Seiabo' for the purpose of preserving Kido's works.
  731. After his death, Masanobu was conferred Shoichii (Senior First Rank) dajodaijin (prime minister).
  732. After his death, Nobunaga ODA sent an envoy expressing his condolences.
  733. After his death, Okida was given the quasi-shokinjo (the tenth grade of twenty-six of cap rank).
  734. After his death, Rikyu's head was hung at the Ichijo Modori-bashi Bridge.
  735. After his death, Shinku was given the posthumous title of senior priest Jishin by Emperor Godaigo, the son of Emperor Gouda and Dantenmonin.
  736. After his death, Tadaharu TORII, his relative in the direct line, succeeded to the chief priest of the Futai-in Temple.
  737. After his death, Tanaka said, 'I have some feeling towards him, which can not be explained by the simple fact that we are not related' (from "Aru eiga-kantoku no shogai," or Kenji Mizoguchi: The Life of a Film Director).
  738. After his death, Vories to whom Shogoi (Senior Fifth Rank) was conferred upon received the Order of the Sacred Treasure.
  739. After his death, Yoshinori was afraid that Kamakura kubo would interfere with young 千代秋丸 if he took over Imagawa's family estate.
  740. After his death, a legitimate son of Tadachika, Tsunehisa SHIMAZU, inherited his position.
  741. After his death, a state funeral was held for him as a genkun (an elder statesman) of the Imperial Restoration, but most of the people who attended the service were the army and the police; not many ordinary people attended the service.
  742. After his death, an unfamiliar plant was found growing beside Handoku SHURI's tomb.
  743. After his death, at the Decree for the Restoration of Imperial Rule, he was restored his old official rank; and in 1870, he was raised to Shoshii (senior fourth rank).
  744. After his death, he showed up in Yugiri's dream and hinted that he wanted her to tell his son (Kaoru) when his fue was given to Yugiri as a reminder of him.
  745. After his death, he was awarded a special Elan d'or Prize for his achievements.
  746. After his death, he was awarded the Grand Minister of State in 760.
  747. After his death, he was buried in the Kyoto Jakko-ji Temple as was Sansa, Saneetsu, Doseki and Santetsu HONINBO.
  748. After his death, he was called 'Shinkun' (literally, a god lord), 'Toshogu' (the name of the shrine where he was enshrined) by Hatamoto (direct retainers of the Tokugawa family) and Gokenin (also direct retainers of the Tokugawa family, but ranked lower than Hatamoto), and 'Gongen-sama' (an avatar) generally.
  749. After his death, he was conferred Shoichii (Senior First Rank).
  750. After his death, he was conferred the name of Shoroku ONOE (the third) posthumously.
  751. After his death, he was elevated to Daijo-daijin (Grand minister of state) on March 27 of the same year.
  752. After his death, he was enshrined in Tanzanjinja Shrine in Tonomine, Sakurai City, Nara Prefecture.
  753. After his death, he was given in 1007 the posthumous name of Jinin.
  754. After his death, he was given the posthumous name (Shigo) "Chisei" in January 1020.
  755. After his death, he was given the title of Daiho shogen kokushi in 1740.
  756. After his death, he was given, by Kakunyo, a position of the second chief priest at Hongan-ji Temple.
  757. After his death, he was granted the name of Kamutama no Mihashira no Ushi from the Shirakawa family.
  758. After his death, he was made Shoichii (Senior First Court Rank) and given the posthumous name Chujin-ko.
  759. After his death, he was made a god of feet by local people.
  760. After his death, he was named an Inner Minister with the rank Shonii (Senior Second Rank).
  761. After his death, he was posthumously granted the name Jokan Sojo.
  762. After his death, he was presented with Shoichii (Senior First Rank) and Sagami Province.
  763. After his death, he was promoted to Kangaku, the highest academic rank in Hongan-ji Temple.
  764. After his death, he was raised to Minister of the Right, since his daughter FUJIWARA no Seishi/Sukeko became the Empress of the Emperor Sanjo.
  765. After his death, he was raised to Shogoi (Senior Fifth Rank)
  766. After his death, his adopted child, Hisashige TANAKA, succeeded to the factory and built the foundation of the current TOSHIBA.
  767. After his death, his adopted son Nagasue KIKUTEI changed the family name to "Kikutei."
  768. After his death, his body was berried at Amidagamine at Higashiyama of Kyoto (present Toyokuni Mausoleum) and enshrined as Toyokunidaimyojin at Toyokuni Shrine (in Kyoto city), but after the ruin of TOYOTOMI clan all buildings were destroyed and the title of Daimyojin was deprived by Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  769. After his death, his daughter Yoshiko became the mother of Emperor Nijo, bringing good luck to the family; his legitimate son Tsunemune was promoted to Sadaijin (minister of the left) and his offspring's thrived well as the Oinomikado family, one of the Seiga family (one of the highest court noble families in Japan at that time).
  770. After his death, his eldest son Tadayuki MATSUDAIRA inherited the family heritage and 80,000 koku out of 90,000, with the remaining 10,000 koku going to his second son Nobumichi MATSUDAIRA.
  771. After his death, his father Kazo recommended Umanosuke's wife, who was a close blood relative of Shusaku CHIBA, a swordsman of Kodachijutsu (swordmanship of kodachi, a small sword) of Hokushin-Ittoryu school, to return to her family's home in Chiba.
  772. After his death, his first son, Masahiro OUCHI succeeded as family head.
  773. After his death, his oldest son, Masanaga took over as the head of the family and to honor his father's achievements killed in the battle, his revenues were increased by 10,000 koku.
  774. After his death, his oldest son, Yoriyuki, took over as the head of the family.
  775. After his death, his second son Yoshishige KOIDE took over as the head of the family.
  776. After his death, his son Takatoshi KATAGIRI inherited his domain.
  777. After his death, his son Takatoshi inherited the estate.
  778. After his death, his son Tsunetsugu was appointed chief of the Japanese envoy to Tang Dynasty China (the last Kento-shi to have actually visited Tang Dynasty China) in 834.
  779. After his death, his son Ujiyasu OTOMO took over as the head of the family.
  780. After his death, his son Umejiro became the successor and named himself Genzo SHIMAZU the second, after his father.
  781. After his death, his son, Naofusa IMAGAWA received a favor of Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) as koke (a privileged family under Tokugawa Shogunate).
  782. After his death, his sons, such as WAKE no Hiroyo and WAKE no Matsuna, played an important role as government officials.
  783. After his death, his territory was divided among his younger brothers and nephews and the remaining ten thousand koku was inherited by his fourth son, Morimasa.
  784. After his death, his wife completed the Kofuku-ji Temple in Shiyo-zan Mountain.
  785. After his death, however, it was performed at the Small Theatre of the National Theatre, Tokyo, under the direction of Kiju YOSHIDA from July 7 to July 15, 1981, and the actors and actresses were Shibuki MAHO, Ichitaro ARASHI, Masami HORIUCHI, Yuji USUI and Yoshio WATANABE.
  786. After his death, it was revealed that he was killed on a false accusation and Busokuten awarded him the title of 大周故左武威衞大将軍検校左羽林軍贈左玉鈴大将軍燕国公黒歯府君, which was inscribed in his epitaph.
  787. After his death, many of his manuscripts and papers were donated to the Museum of Modern Japanese Literature.
  788. After his death, many stories of Tamuramaro were made in areas across Japan, developing into legends and legendary figures that were far removed from the historical Tamuramaro.
  789. After his death, no one appeared to take a leadership role in the Southern Court, and this leaned the Southern Court toward reconciling with the Northern Court.
  790. After his death, the Keicho family succumbed to repeated infighting and rapidly fell.
  791. After his death, the Masatoshi ABE, the fifth son of Masataka, the ex-lord of the Domain succeeded him as the head of the family.
  792. After his death, the Omiya-Kanmu family declined rapidly and disappeared 52 years later.
  793. After his death, the books owned by Wakaki HAYASHI were cleared and resold.
  794. After his death, the books were revised and supplemented.
  795. After his death, the directing of the unfinished work, "Battle Royal II: Requiem," was taken over by Fukasaku's son, Kenta, who had been the producer of the film.
  796. After his death, the family headship was took over by Sanji KUROKI.
  797. After his death, the family of Hidetsugu, his wives and concubines, sons and daughters along with many of his vassals, were purged, and the head of Hidetsugu was exposed by Hideyoshi at Sanjogawara in Kyoto.
  798. After his death, the genealogy of the Isshiki clan as the shugo of Tango Province is unclear.
  799. After his death, the head of the Hasegawa family was inherited by his son Masanao HASEGAWA.
  800. After his death, the people of Koma District worshipped Jakko as Koma Myojin, later to be collectively worshipped with Shirohige Myojin by building the Koma-yashiro Shrine where which they are enshrined at.
  801. After his death, the position of the family head was succeeded by his son Mitsutane CHIBA.
  802. After his death, the position of the family head was succeeded by his younger brother Naomitsu YUKI.
  803. After his death, the position was reclaimed by the Ashikaga Shogun family as Yoshinori ASHIKAGA was assigned to the position again.
  804. After his death, the rest of the Asakura family such as Kotoku-in, Koshosho, and Aio-maru were killed by Nobunaga, and the Asakura family completely went to ruin.
  805. After his death, the villa was converted into a temple.
  806. After his defeat in the Battle of Sekigahara, he escaped and holed up in Furuhashi-mura Village, Omi (Shiga Prefecture).
  807. After his defeat, Soun regrouped his forces and captured Okazaki-jo Castle in September 1512, driving Yoshiatsu MIURA to Sumiyoshi-jo Castle (Zushi City).
  808. After his disciple Totaro UMEGATANI the second retired from sumo in the June 1915 tournament, Ikazuchi handed over control of his stable to him, transmitted his professional name to him and retired from business, but the Japan Sumo Association bestowed the honorific title of "Oikazuchi" on Ikazuchi and welcomed him as an adviser.
  809. After his dismissal, he became the disciple of Bunzo TAGUCHI.
  810. After his divine descent, Ninigi the grandson of Amaterasu marries Konohana no Sakuyabime who becomes pregnant in a single night.
  811. After his elder brother Imperial Prince Tametaka died, he started to go out with Izumi Shikibu, who had a relationship with Imperial Prince Tametaka before he died.
  812. After his elder brother Mototsugu died in 1591, his son Mototada NANJO succeeded the headship of Nanjo family; Motokiyo became the guardian of Mototada and assumed the works of government affairs as Utsubuki-jo Castle joban (live-in castle guardian) by residing in a residence within the castle compound.
  813. After his elder brother, Masayoshi, died in the Battle of Mikatagahara, he followed Ieyasu on foot and showed him the way to Hamamatsu-jo Castle.
  814. After his eldest brother Nobuchika CHSOKABE died in the Battle of Hetsugi-gawa River in 1586, he was obliged to contest the inheritance of the position as a family head with a group that proposed his elder brother, Chikakazu KAGAWA or Chikatada TSUNO.
  815. After his eldest brother Yoshitomo went to Togoku (the Kanto region) with no government post, Yoshikata was assigned to an important government job and it is considered that Yoshikata was in the position to succeed the main line of the Kawachi-genji family.
  816. After his eldest brother and legitimate son Yoshitaka KUKI was disinherited because of poor health, Hisataka became adopted heir of Yoshitaka.
  817. After his eldest sister died, his elder sister became Bunjo's wife.
  818. After his enthronement
  819. After his evil deed was all uncovered, Kuronushi tried to kill himself, but Komachi dissuaded him and performed a celebration dance.
  820. After his execution, many persons purportedly mourned his death.
  821. After his fall from power, Okitsugu got a bad reputation which lasted beyond the Meiji period.
  822. After his family including his father and four brothers died suddenly in a smallpox outbreak in 737, he became the head of the Fujiwara clan and then was appointed to be an official of Kyobusho (the Ministry of War) on very short notice followed by Sangi (Royal Advisors).
  823. After his farther Yoshiakira died from an illness in 1367, Yoshimitsu became the 3rd Shogun at the age of 11.
  824. After his farther went missing, he started to work as an apprentice at the store of soy sauce and miso in Fushimi Nishihama at age of 12 to support his mother.
  825. After his father Eitoku died in 1590, he became the leader of the Kano school, and created wall paintings at the Nagoya-jo Castle in Higo Province and the house of Hidetada TOKUGAWA.
  826. After his father Ichinohe no oshiha no miko was murdered by Emperor Yuryaku, Oke no miko (written as "億計王" in Japanese, who was the future Emperor Ninken) and his younger brother Oke no mikoto (written as "弘計王" in Japanese, who was the future Emperor Kenzo) escaped and hid together.
  827. After his father Imperial Prince died, he was adopted and raised by his grandfather Emperor Junna, and later adopted by Emperor Ninmyo.
  828. After his father Kendo died, he became the 14th family head of the Kosone family and did businesses energetically.
  829. After his father Masakado, the 'new emperor,' was defeated in the Johei and Tengyo War, young Masakuni identified himself as the second new emperor with his family's support and tried to revive the government.
  830. After his father Motohide IZUMI died on June 30, 1995, the fact came to light that the above performance was held without taking procedures required for soke shumei hiro koen, such as the nomination of guardian and the approval of Nogaku Soke-kai, and it became a social problem.
  831. After his father Motokuni died, the family headship was inherited by his younger brother, Mitsunori HATAKEYAMA.
  832. After his father Naritsugu died, he succeeded to the head of the family and became the Governor of Hida Province, but in 1527, he suddenly died at the age of 23.
  833. After his father Nobushige died in the fourth battle of Kawanakajima in 1561, Nobutoyo took over his father's post and became a territorial lord's relative who become the head of his own family.
  834. After his father Tadaaki retired due to a dispute with a chief retainer, Ito inherited the family estate but was expelled because it became known that he was in debt to Tadaaki.
  835. After his father Takakage died in 1548, he succeeded the family estate to become the 11th family head, and used the name Nobukage.
  836. After his father Tameie deceased in 1275, he disputed with his elder half-brother Tameuji about the succession of their territory, Hosokawa no sho estate in Harima Provicne and monjo (written material).
  837. After his father Umakai's death, he was exiled to Izu Province for his role in his brother Hirotsugu's rebellion (the Rebellion of FUJIWARA no Hirotsugu).
  838. After his father Yoshimasa transferred to Kishiwada Domain in Izumi Province in 1604, he governed the Izushi Domain in the Tajima Province, 60,000 koku.
  839. After his father Yukikuni's death in 1153, the conflict between Yorimori and Yorinori over property inheritance escalated into a violent battle within the Settsu Province ("Honcho seiki" (Chronicle of Imperial Reigns), Article of January 23, 1154).
  840. After his father and his oldest brother died during the Heiji War in 1159, he was taken to the Imperial Court by his maternal uncle, FUJIWARA no Noritada, in Kanuki in Suruga Province (present day Kanuki-cho, Numazu City, Shizuoka Prefecture).
  841. After his father and two older brothers died, he succeeded the position as lord of Kishu Domain and successfully worked towards the domain's financial reconstruction.
  842. After his father became a member of the Imperial Family, he also joined the Imperial Family and later succeeded to the throne. (Emperor Daigo)
  843. After his father died and he succeeded his father's title, he started producing tea utensils as "Sotetsu NAKAMURA" but later he retired from business (it is believed that he quit his business because he didn't like the family business or was not confident in maintaining his family business because of his poor health).
  844. After his father died at the age of 55 in 1850, he, who aspired to the thought of Sonno Joi (antiforeigner faction), changed his name to Shimenosuke SANO and left for Edo.
  845. After his father died in 1995, he named himself "Motoya IZUMI, the 20th soke (head family) of Izumi-ryu" and registered the name as a trademark.
  846. After his father died in the Nagashima Ikko Ikki (an uprising of Ikko sect followers in Nagashima) in 1571, his older brother Naomichi UJIIE succeeded to the position of the family head, and Yukihiro became the family head after Naomichi died of illness in 1583.
  847. After his father died young, Yukinori was spending his time, praying for the repose of his father.
  848. After his father died, he married Inui, sister of one of the priests of Daijo-in, Munenobu JITSUDANBO.
  849. After his father emperor and his mother nyogo passed away in his early days, he did not have any guardian whom he could rely on.
  850. After his father retired from Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple, Kenson followed his father and migrated to various places such as Saginomori Hongan-ji Temple in Kii Province, Kaizuka City in Izumi Province, and Ozaka Tenma in Settsu Province.
  851. After his father retired in 1784, he succeeded his father.
  852. After his father retired, he succeeded the name and became the 16th Seiemon in 1993.
  853. After his father the Emperor died, he became a priest and retired to Urin-in Temple on April 2, 851, enjoying writing poems.
  854. After his father underwent shukke (became a Buddhist monk) in 987, he was adopted by his grandfather, Masanobu.
  855. After his father was assassinated, he was raised by mother's side which belonged to the Taira clan.
  856. After his father was defeated and killed in the Heiji Disturbance, he was confined in Kurama-dera Temple, but later went down to the town of Hiraizumi, Mutsu Province to seek refuge under the protection of FUJIWARA no Hidehira, head of the Oshu-Fujiwara clan.
  857. After his father's death he became a prot?g? of his grandfather, Utaemon NAKAMURA V, and debuted as Kotaro NAKAMURA IV in "Kiri Hitoha" (a single paulownia leaf) in Kabuki-za Theater in November 1933.
  858. After his father's death in 1606, he received 6000 koku from the late father's retirement stipend.
  859. After his father's death in 1861, he inherited the family estate, and continued the work until the abolition of Tenmonkata while the amount of his activity kept decreasing with the decline of the status of Tenmonkata.
  860. After his father's death, Hisamoto relied on Tokinao AKAI, his father's younger brother and a Hatamoto (direct retainer of the shogun) with 1,500 koku, and Hisamoto was brought up in Inukai-mura, Uchi-gun, Yamato Province.
  861. After his father's death, Hotei NOMURA inherited his alias and produced kabuki-themed paintings.
  862. After his father's death, Mototada studied under Nagatoshi, from whom he was universally transmitted Noh plays that were handed down to the Kanze school, and became a master lauded as a 'superior during the modern age.'
  863. After his father's death, Suden studied Buddhism under Genpo Reisan at Nanzen-ji Temple, then inherited Buddhist doctrines from Tokurin SEISHUKU, the chief priest of Konchiin Subtemple of Nanzen-ji Temple, and thereafter further studied Buddhism at Sanboin Subtemple of Daigo-ji Temple.
  864. After his father's death, Unzen left for long journey.
  865. After his father's death, he disputed with his brother, Hisataka KUKI, over the succession of the Toba Domain in the Shima Province.
  866. After his father's death, he inherited the position of Kanze-dayu.
  867. After his father's death, he wandered about various places without settling down.
  868. After his father's death, he was one of the leading members of the imperial government, serving as Kanpaku for 50 years, spanning the reigns of Emperor Gosuzaku and Emperor Goreizei and, together with his father Michinaga, built what was the golden age of the Fujiwara clan.
  869. After his father's death, he was promoted to Middle Councillor and became Fujiwara clan's central person in 721.
  870. After his father's retirement, he succeeded to the property to become the seventh lord on October 7, 1848, and was conferred and appointed for Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and Bungo no kami (governor of Bungo Province) on December 16.
  871. After his father, Hisayori, died, he was placed in the custody of his cousin, Masataka ROKKAKU (a son of Tokitsuna ROKKAKU), but was later stripped of his shugo post due to the shogunate's plans and Masataka's ploys.
  872. After his father, Imperial Prince Yoshihito died in November 1416, he succeeded to Miyake (house of an imperial prince) however, he died after a few months.
  873. After his father, Masashige, died, Masanari succeeded him to control 200 members of the Iga-doshin.
  874. After his father, Mitsunori, passed away on New Year's day of 1409, he fought with his younger brother, Yoshitsura, over the succession.
  875. After his father, Prince Mochihito died in battle against the Taira clan in May 1180, his child, left by the deceased Hokurokunomiya, entered into the priesthood and escaped to Echizen accompanied by his wet nurse's husband, Sanuki-zenji Shigehide.
  876. After his father, Shunsui, died in 1816, Sanyo collected and compiled his works and published as "Shunsui Iko" (Shunsui's Posthumous Works).
  877. After his first appointment to Jingi gon shojo (assistant junior judge for the institution dedicating religious ceremonies) at the age of 10 in 1804, he successively held the position of Jingikan (officer of the institution for dedicating religious ceremonies).
  878. After his first court rank was conferred upon him in 1144, he received a steady stream of promotions, until in the eleventh month of 1156, he was invested with the Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and began to be counted a high-ranking court noble.
  879. After his first divorce, he got remarried to 25-year-old Hisako SEGAWA, who was an actress at Zenshinza (the Zenshinza Company), on September 21, 2006.
  880. After his first son's premature death, his nephew Hisao succeeded his title of count as the selected heir, but he also died young.
  881. After his first wife died, he married Haruko, a former maiko (apprentice geisha) in Gion, Kyoto whom he had patronised for a long time and had had adopted by Hisamoto HIJIKATA.
  882. After his genpuku (celebrate one's coming of age), he called himself Yukinobu MIYOSHI and was given 380 koku (a unit for measuring the amount of rice crop, which shows the power of a bushi).
  883. After his genpuku (celebration on attaining manhood), he married Sanjou-no-kata, the daughter of Sadaijin (minister of the left), Kinyori SANJO as keishitsu (second wife).
  884. After his genpuku (coming of age) ceremony with setting Yoshimura MIURA as eboshi-oya (a person who puts an eboshi [formal headwear for court nobles] on a young man's head in the ceremony), he called himself Masamura.
  885. After his graduation from elementary school, he attended Nishogakusha school, but stopped studying painting halfway.
  886. After his graduation from the Tokyo School of Fine Arts, he moved to Kyoto, where he started studying Buddhist painting and at the same time became a teacher of the preparatory school of the Kyoto City University of Arts.
  887. After his graduation from the Tokyo School of Fine Arts, he went to Germany to study at Berlin University (present the Freie Universit?t of Berlin).
  888. After his grandfather died in 840, he died at an early age of 20 during the following year.
  889. After his grandfather's death he studied under Kikugoro ONOE VI and adopted the name of Fukusuke NAKAMURA (VII) for performances of "Modorikago (A Returning Palanquin)" and "Kudanme (9th act) of Kanadehon Chushingura (The Treasury of Loyal Retainers)" in Kabuki-za Theater in October 1941.
  890. After his grandfather, Motonari MATSUDA died in a battle, the Matsuda clan had a deep confrontation with the Akamatsu clan and the Uragami clan.
  891. After his head was pilloried at Sanjo-gawara, it was placed in the care of Soen SHUNOKU and Soho TAKUAN, who had formed close relationships with Mitsunari, and was buried at Sangenin in Daitoku-ji Temple, Kyoto.
  892. After his house arrest, he worked as a temple elementary school teacher among other occupations and continued his political activities such as secret contact with his comrades and offering his opinion to domain lord Naomasa on the issue of dispatching troops on the shogunate's Choshu Conquest (Baku-cho War (war between the bakufu and Choshu)).
  893. After his lord, Masamoto HOSOKAWA was assassinated in 1507, he served Masamoto's adopted son, Takakuni HOSOKAWA as a vassal, and distinguished himself by killing his uncle Tadanaga YAKUSHIJI for murdering Masamoto.
  894. After his master Judo had died in 1917, he became the second iemoto of the Wakayagi school the next year.
  895. After his master died four years later, he trained under Sukeemon OKADA and received the Kirigami certificate (the lowest rank) at the age of fifteen.
  896. After his master died in the following year 1732, he became the fourth noke of Gakurin in 1736 and streamlined Gakurin and made efforts for prosperity of Shugaku (studies in doctrines in a religious sect.)
  897. After his master had died in 1903, he changed his name to Yoshimatsu and became independent from the Hanayagi school to found the Wakayagi school.
  898. After his mentor's death, he climbed up Mt. Koya at the age of 49, and received a secret art of both the vajra (the Diamond Realm) and garbha (the Womb Realm) mandalas from Shinzen, Shinga's disciple.
  899. After his mother died in November, he moved to Ichikawa City, Chiba Prefecture and later he built his own house designed by Junzo YOSHIMURA, where he kept doing creative activities for over 50 years.
  900. After his murder the villagers indifferently reported to the Okinawa Prefecture Police that "after investigations based on Naiho (internal methods) the guilty party died."
  901. After his nephew Yoshikane ran to Yoritomo soon to play an active part, he could keep up his position at the Government by a storong connection with the Hojo clan related by marriage for generations.
  902. After his nephew, Emperor Ichijo, ascended the throne, he was rapidly promoted.
  903. After his older brother Mitsuie KUJO (Mitsunori KUJO) died in 1449, he also became guardian of his brother's children, the brothers Masatada KUJO and Masamoto KUJO.
  904. After his older brother Yoshimasa died of a disease on February 5, 1490, Yoshimi supported his son Yoshiki as the tenth shogun on July 31, in collusion with Tomiko HINO, and he himself dominated the shogunal politics as the father of the shogun.
  905. After his opposition, who was a powerful politician, Michiie KUJO lost his position, the retired Emperor took control of the politics inside the Imperial Palace.
  906. After his pardon, Yoshinobu enjoyed a relaxed life without any regards to his former vassals who devoted their lives to him; on this, Roju Katsukiyo ITAKURA later commented, "I regret working together with Yoshinobu".
  907. After his purge was lifted, he returned to be a professor at Kyoto University in 1952.
  908. After his release, he entered government service as an army officer for the Meiji Government.
  909. After his research, more research on monjo created by the Sutra copying office has been done.
  910. After his resignation of Prime Minister, Kuroda became a Privy Councilor.
  911. After his retirement, he continued cultural activities and in 1919, established Kojukai in order to translate the original text of Buddhist scriptures described in Bonji (Siddham script), and in 1921, he opened Sakushin shoin (a school) in Shanghai City to bring up talented people, who would lead the next generation.
  912. After his retirement, he inherited the title of the seventh Izutsu as Toshiyori (retired wrestler).
  913. After his retirement, he lived at the Sumitomo Kakki-en in Ishiyama (present-day Otsu City), Shiga Prefecture.
  914. After his retirement, he lived at the foot of Mt. Uryu in the northern suburb of Kyoto, befriending Jozan ISHIKAWA, who lived in his neighborhood.
  915. After his retirement, he lived in Awa Province and invited Soseki MUSO to found Hoda-ji Temple.
  916. After his retirement, he lived in Reizei-in (a real Imperial palace for successive ex-emperors), so he is known by the name of 'Emperor Reizei.'
  917. After his retirement, he moved to Kyoto and exclusively taught Su-utai (Noh lyrics without music), and he built the foundation for spreading Kanze-ryu's utai there.
  918. After his retirement, he was tonsured and entered the priesthood, and took the Buddhist name Shogaku.
  919. After his return from Korea, he became a member of the Toyotomi family and was given Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  920. After his return from abroad, in 738 he was appointed to the position of Hyobu taijo (Senior Secretary of the Ministry of War).
  921. After his return to Kyoto, he began to devote himself to writing books.
  922. After his return to the capital, there were a military review, a naval review, etc. in addition to feasts, such as an Imperial Court banquet and an evening party.
  923. After his return, Makibi earned the favor of Emperor Shomu and Empress Komyo, and got promoted to Jugoi (Junior Fifth Rank) in 737.
  924. After his return, Perry submitted his "Narratives of the Expedition of an American Squadron to the China Seas and Japan" to Congress, which remains a first-class, detailed account of the voyage of the squadron.
  925. After his return, Yosai (Eisai) first built Shofuku-ji Temple in Hakata, Kyushu and later served as kaisan at Jufuku-ji Temple constructed in the year 1200 with the assistance of Masako HOJO.
  926. After his return, he was assigned the important posts including Kobu gon no Taijo (Senior Secretary), Kobu Shoyu (Junior Assistant Minister) and Taifu (vice-minister), Kobukyo related to engineering.
  927. After his runaway, he asked Masanori FUKUSHIMA for help, but he was not pardoned and he was forced to kill himself at Kaiko-ji Temple in Kyoto.
  928. After his son Akiie died in a war in 1338, Chikafusa cooperated with Ieyuki WATARAI to strengthen the power of the Southern Court in Ise Province.
  929. After his son Kunimichi died young, he adopted Haremichi from the Konoe family and had him succeed the family.
  930. After his son Sukemasa TAKATSUKASA died young, Hiromichi TAKATSUKASA, a son of Hisatada KUJO, was adopted and succeed the TAKATSUKASA family.
  931. After his son Tomonosuke, there was no heir and the family became extinct.
  932. After his son, Mitsunari, became a retainer of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, Masatsugu often acted as his advisor.
  933. After his submission to Ieyasu, he was ordered by Ieyasu to defend Nagashino-jo Castle.
  934. After his succession, Nobutaka put his efforts in the management of his territory such as introducing a land survey called the Kanbe land survey, rakuichi-rakuza (free markets and open guilds) near the castle and the tenma (post horse) system, and Kanbe thrived as a posting station on the Ise Shrine Pilgrimage Road.
  935. After his suicide, the Kamakura kubo fell once, but Ujitomo YUKI and MochitomoYUKI who supported Mochiuji's bereaved children Haruomaru ASHIKAGA and Yasuomaru ASHIKAGA and raised army, so turbulence in the Kanto region lasted for a while (The Battle of Yuki).
  936. After his surrender, he initially lived in suspension in Shiokawa in the former domain of Aizu, but later lived in Echigo-Joetsu City, along with feudal retainers of the Aizu domain who had been taken as prisoners.
  937. After his teacher Nissei passed away, he devoted himself to his studies at the Zoshido (Hall of the Teacher's Statue) of the Yanagi no Sakaya (Willow Sake Shop) of Nishinotoin (which later became Myoren-ji Temple).
  938. After his teacher's death in 1742, he went to live with Gantou ISAOKA in Yuki, the kingdom of Shimousa (Yuki City, Ibaraki Prefecture) at the age of 27. He admired Basho MATSUO so much that he followed in his footsteps on a trip to the Tohoku region.
  939. After his teacher's death, he studied hard at Zoshi-do (later called Myoren-ji Temple) in Yanagi no Sakaya on Nishino-toin.
  940. After his term of Kaga no kami, in January, 1050, Daishu (monks residing in the zendo) of Kofuku-ji Temple, who had been longtime rivalry, attacked the residence of his father Yorichika, kokushi (provincial governors).
  941. After his third son Masatake's Seppuku (suicide by disembowelment), Masatake's wife Osen and grandson Sukemasa NARUSE, who were on their way to Obi-jo Castle stopped by Fushimi to see him, but he did not allow them out of consideration for Ieyasu.
  942. After his time, the convention that Roju shuza served also as Kattegakari faded away.
  943. After his triumph in the Battle of Sekigahara, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA set up a mint near Fushimi Castle in Fushimi-ku, Kyoto, in 1601.
  944. After his uncle and father died in the Battle of Minato-gawa River, he was subordinated to his cousin, Masatsura KUSUNOKI who became the toryo (head) of the Kusunoki family, and regained their power together.
  945. After his uncle, Tomomasa HIRAGA was implicated in the Makishi Incident and executed in 1205, he succeeded to Shugo (a provincial military governor) of Iga and Isa provinces and took charge of maintaining security of Heian-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in current Kyoto) as a Gokenin in Kyoto.
  946. After his victory at the Battle of Sekigahara, Ieyasu even made her change her name to 'Sho (literally, victory).'
  947. After his wife Tsune's death, he remarried Tsune's younger sister Shin (Chima, Genpo's fourth daughter).
  948. After his wife died, he married Nobuko OTOWA, his mistress as well as his comrade, in 1978.
  949. After his wife died, he remarried Jingido, Kanechika YOSHIDA's daughter, and in his late years, a daughter of Daigaku student, who passed a subject of the official appointment test, MINAMOTO no Yoshinari, became his wife.
  950. After his wife's death, from 1781 for a while, he stayed in Ikeda City, Osaka Prefecture, counting on his patron who was a merchant, probably in order to heal his grief.
  951. After holding a position of samurai-dokoro tonin (governor of the board of retainers) twice in 1414 and 1432, he became the shukuro (chief vassal) of the family of Mitsuie HATAKEYAMA.
  952. After holding jinya (regional government office) in Bitchu Takamatsu-jo Castle for several years, they moved to Azo, Bitchu Province, now Azo, Soja City, leaving the castle deserted.
  953. After holding out the chopsticks to one food, to move chopsticks to the other food suddenly.
  954. After holding positions such as sadaijin (minister of the left), he was assigned to Kanpaku in Juichii on January 26, 1376, and resigned on October 11, 1379.
  955. After holding the office of Governor of Bicchu and rising to the rank of Jugoinoge (Juior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade), he also held the office of Sakon no shogen (Lieutenant the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards), Taijo (Senior Secretary) and Uma no kami (Captain of the Right Division of Bureau of Horses).
  956. After holding the office of chamberlain and rising to the rank of Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade), he also held the offices of Shikibu shoyu (Junior Assistant of the Ministry of Ceremonial) and Gyobu no taifu (Senior Assistant Minister of Justice).
  957. After holding the position of Jingikan Jingigon no taishi, Jingidaishi, Jingidairoku, and Kyobusho (Ministry of Religion) Kyobudairoku, in 1878 he became a lecturer at the University of Tokyo and Goyogakari (a general affaires official of the Imperial Household) at Shushikan (a national institute established to compile the official Japanese history).
  958. After holding the posts at Minbusho (Ministry of Popular Affairs) and Gyobusho (Ministry of Justice), he was appointed to Jushii Sangi (Royal Advisors with Junior Fourth Rank) and raised to Kugyo (court noble).
  959. After holding the posts of Udaiben (Major Controller of the Right) in 1395, Sadaiben (Major Controller of the Left) in 1397 and Zo-Todaiji-chokan (Director for the Construction of Todai-ji Temple) in 1399, he was appointed a Sangi (Councilor) in 1400.
  960. After implementation of the restriction, climbers are required to apply for the paid entry to the mountain in advance to obtain a permit, and to take a lecture at the Odaigahara visitor center on the day of entry to the mountain.
  961. After imploring sozu to write a letter of good word for Ukifune, Kaoru was given a letter.
  962. After individual homes started to hold Sanaburi, big Sanaburi--events held by entire village communities, municipalities, or prefectures--came into being to show each other's local performing arts.
  963. After inheriting the position of master of the tea ceremony and taking the name Dokan (written as 道閑, 道漢), the fourth Lord of Sendai Domain, Tsunamura DATE, named him Dokan (written as 動閑).
  964. After initiation, they receive a zenza name, register as a zenza, and are called 'minarai' until they enter backstage as a zenza.
  965. After inspecting Ani and Odate and having an audience with the feudal lord Shozan (Yoshiatsu) SATAKE, Gennai left the Kubota domain on December 12 of the same year and returned to Edo.
  966. After introducing a new system of Yakusa no Kabane, Omi stopped being granted.
  967. After investigating the place of the sake production, we will tell you what you should do later.
  968. After inviting Mokuan for kaisan, he became the second chief priest and devotedly served in Buddhist priesthood.
  969. After it became illegal, the word 'Doburoku' also came to indicate 'bootleg.'
  970. After it became independent, it was busy with training for land fighting as a preparation for the homeland fighting and maintenance of Yanagimoto Airport where Yamato Naval Air Corps of Miho Naval Air Corps and Kinki Naval Air Corps of Naval Otsu Air Corps were deployed.
  971. After it began operating the Daibutsu-Nara section, Kansai Railway Company acquired Osaka Railway Company in 1900 and changed the route of the main line that connected Nagoya and Osaka to the one that runs via Daibutsu.
  972. After it came to be drunk, the distilling technique to remove impurities which were instinctively felt was further developed.
  973. After it came to believe Buddhism, it became Goho Zenshin, a good deity protecting dharma (護法善神) and guarded Sanzen Sekai (the universe) and the three treasures of Buddha, Buddhism and priests at the head of 9,800 fierce gods.
  974. After it cools down, the black taint is removed by grinding with a rough polishing stone, and the Hirachi (blade) and Shinogichi (ridge line) are hammered using a Kozuchi (light hammer), and cold forging process is applied.
  975. After it ended, Genji happened to enter the Kokiden building due to the alluring night with a hazy spring moon, met a young lady there and had an affair with her.
  976. After it had been decided, however, that Japan and Republic of Korea would jointly host the World Cup, 15 Japanese municipalities wishing to host the World Cup were narrowed down to 10 and Kyoto Prefecture was eliminated.
  977. After it has dried, it shows clearer embossed patterns than the wrinkle patterns of ganseki-toshi.
  978. After it served as Cloistered Emperor Kazan's residence, the Kazanin family had owned it until the relocation of the capital to Tokyo during the Meiji Restoration.
  979. After it was abolished once in 808, and it came under the jurisdiction of Hyobusho.
  980. After it was brought into Japan, cloths with various colors or baldachin were used and it became a symbol of the rank or the privilege of the monk in combination.
  981. After it was burnt down during the Onin Rebellion, it was not rebuilt, but in the Edo period, the Yoshida family built a Hasshin-den on the grounds of the Yoshida-jinja Shrine and the Shirakawa family built one on their property as an alternative to the Hasshin-den at the Imperial Court.
  982. After it was damaged by fire caused by war in 1180, the armed priests of Kofuku-ji Temple snatched the statues of the Yakushi Sanzon, the principal image of the Kodo Hall of Yamada-dera Temple in Asuka (present-day Sakurai City, Nara Prefecture), and installed them as the principal image of Tokon-do Hall.
  983. After it was first introduced to Japan, a valuable kind of sencha was used that had been brought over by the Kento-shi (Japanese envoy to Tang Dynasty China), but by the late ninth century, the zochashi (a person who manages a tea garden) at the Kurodo-dokoro (chamberlain's office) made tea from plants that had been grown in the tea garden of the Imperial Court.
  984. After it was imported to Japan, variations were created, but it remained a figure with one face and two arms.
  985. After it was informed via the Sakai region in the morning of July 2, 1582, Magoichi SUZUKI, who had power as a pro-Oda group, escaped from Saiga during the night.
  986. After it was introduced to Europe, it traveled across the Eurasian Continent to China and then was imported to Japan.
  987. After it was introduced to Japan it was syncretized with Susano, a deity who caused eclipse.
  988. After it was lost to the fire of 1717 it was never reconstructed.
  989. After it was moved to Heijo-Kyo and renamed ’Daian-ji Temple,’ two pagodas were built in the east and west but they are located further to the south of a nandai-mon (south gate) and further out from the center of the garan.
  990. After it was officially admitted in the era of King Hoko, Buddhism promotion policy was implemented by the nation combined with exchange with the Liang of the Southern Dynasty.
  991. After it was over, the participants enjoyed kangen (courtly gagaku music) until finally leaving the palace the next morning.
  992. After it was published the story was highly praised by critics such as Hideo KOBAYASHI, and contributed to Kajii's reputation in the literary world.
  993. After it was razed, the location of the citadel was made into a peach orchard and was called Momoyama (Peach Mountain).
  994. After it was relocated to Yamashiro Province, it was also called 'Nanto.'
  995. After it was retired, it was initially preserved in a park which used to be the Fukuchiyama Nishi Station of Hokutan Railway, and then it was transferred to and accommodated in Poppo Land on September 25, 1999.
  996. After it was scrapped, the debris was buried in precincts and the memorial tower was built.
  997. After it was spread in the Southeast Asia including Kingdom of Thailand, Cambodia, where silk Kasuri was generated, Indonesia, and Vietnam, it was brought to Japan via The Ryukyu Kingdom.
  998. After its abolition, those who had had Kakaku of Kojunin were integrated into Kakaku Koshogumi.
  999. After its basis was established at Mt. Tendai, it absorbed the Nehan Sect and the Tendai Sect was finally established.
  1000. After its control was transferred to the War Office in 1873 it was transferred again to the Imperial Household Department in 1884, and the name was changed to Nijo Imperial Villa.

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