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  1. After its decline because of improvement of the railway network, it has been used for departure and arrival of sightseeing ships as well as bases for various ships operated by governmental agencies.
  2. After its fall, Butchu Takamatsu-jo Castle became home to the Hanabusa clan, a karo of the Ukita clan.
  3. After its flow direction changes to the west at around Hanazono (in the south of Enmachi Station), it merges with Omuro-gawa River and crosses Nishi Takase-gawa River.
  4. After its principle buildings and pagoda were burnt down in a fire in 1017, it never recovered its past prosperity.
  5. After jinguji temples had started being built, Shinto Shrines were exposed to the influence of Buddhist architecture; however, having been built side by side, differentiation of shrine and Buddhist architecture from each other became rather desirable.
  6. After joining Shinsengumi, he participated in Battle of Hakodate.
  7. After joining Shinsengumi, he served as a master of literature, shoshi shirabeyaku (Shinsengumi's organizational post for investigating movements of the opponents) and kansatsu (Shinsengumi's organizational post for keeping its members under control) and others.
  8. After joining the Buddhist priesthood at Gango-ji Temple in Nara, he became a disciple of Saicho.
  9. After joining the Treaty of the Meter, Japan enacted the Weights and Measures Act in 1891, which set 1 kan at 3.75 kilograms or 15 over 4 of 1 kilogram, defined by the international prototype of the kilogram, and equalized 1 monme with one 1000th kan.
  10. After joining the group of Hongan-ji Temple, he should consult with Hongan-ji Temple about everything and be friendly to it.
  11. After joining the studio, he was active as an assistant director under Yasujiro SHIMAZU.
  12. After joso and orisage, some sake is shipped without filtration or hiire as murokashu (non-filtered sake) or namazake.
  13. After karyaku no sodo (Karyaku rebellion) in April 1327, he became the 16th regent on May 16, but real power was held by Takatoki HOJO of the Tokuso Family of the Hojo clan, and Uchi-Kanrei (head of Tokuso Family) Takasuke NAGASAKI, etc.
  14. After katayama (the top of the shoulder) is slid backward, the collar at the back of the neck is bent into a U- or V-shape to fit the tabo and is then pulled lower in alignment with the tabo.
  15. After kicking one of them overboard into the sea, Noritsune himself leapt into the water still grappling with the second man.
  16. After killing Anchin, Kiyohime committed suicide by drowning in the figure of snake.
  17. After killing Nobunaga and Nobutada, Mitsuhide visited the Imperial Court and he was granted Imperial gifts of money and other valuable goods.
  18. After killing Yoshimoto IMAGAWA in war at Okehazama, Nobunaga made an alliance with the Matsudaira clan in Mikawa.
  19. After killing an offender with a blade, the warrior should immediately report it to an office.
  20. After killing his wife and children at the Kibitsu no miya, he committed suicide along with his families and retainers.
  21. After killing offenders with a blade
  22. After killing the Yamatanoorochi, Susano searched for a place to live in with Kushinadahime and built a palace in Suga.
  23. After knowing Yokobue's death, Takiguchi Nyudo further devoted himself to Buddhism spiritual practices and became a Koya Hijiri (peddler priests dispatched from Mt. Koya) afterwards.
  24. After knowing that consumers loved sake mainly because of the 'dry' taste, Niigata sake became drier.
  25. After kokugaryo (rice fields governed by provincial government office) and shoen became myoden (land held by non-resident owners), wealthy farmers (Tato) were in charge of on site management as myoshu/shokan (officer governing shoen).
  26. After komuso were abolished by the Meiji Restoration, it spread among ordinary people.
  27. After koseki (Japanese family registry) and other official documents under the ritsuryo system (the historical law system based on the philosophies of Confucianism and Chinese Legalism in Japan) ended up at Todai-ji Temple as scrap paper, the back side of that paper was used for creating records.
  28. After kubunden was supplied, its boundaries (Shishi (the northern, southern, eastern, and western boundaries of a tract of land)) should be clarified.
  29. After kuniomi returned to the Matsumura family in Higo, he mixed with Gensai KAWAKAMI, who had the nickname 'Hitokiri Gensai' (Gensai the killer).
  30. After lady Murasaki has fallen seriously ill in the chapter of Wakana, she often asks Genji to let her become a priestess, but he won't approve it, so all she can do is to pray for her happiness in the next world by performing a Buddhist service.
  31. After landing
  32. After landing at Busan on May 28, he competed with Yukinaga KONISHI for the capture of the capital, Hanseong, and on June 12, he entered Hanseong via Nandai-mon gate (great south gate).
  33. After landing in Busan, they invaded Gimhae, Changwon, Yongsan, Changning, Gempu, Mokeitsu, Xingzhou, Jinshan, Chupungryeong, Jincheon, Mongi, Cheongju, Zhu Shan, and arrived Seoul Special City on June 16.
  34. After landing on Washinoki of Ezo on October 20th, Toshizo became General of Kando Army and headed for Goryokaku.
  35. After laying them in the order of [a], [b], and [c] from below, pass the back strap [c] below the strap [a] and put it on the strap [a] so that three straps [a], [b] and [c] hang over the overlapped part.
  36. After leadership of the Military Ministry passed from Yamada's group to Aritomo YAMAGATA's group, conscription was reintroduced in 1873.
  37. After leaning at Meirinkan school, he joined Kiheitai Army and took part in the Choshu Conquest and the Boshin War.
  38. After learning Chinese (herb) medicine which was his family business, he went to Tokyo at the age of 20 and became the disciple of Sajuro BABA, the translator of Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) to study Dutch.
  39. After learning Chinese and Japanese classics from Soju NANBU and astronomical calendar calculations from Yoshinobu KOBAYASHI, a disciple of Kichiemon HAYASHI, Joken retired in 1697 to devote himself to studies.
  40. After learning Confucianism and the medicine, he went out to Kyoto and studied under Seika FUJIWARA.
  41. After learning Kidendo (subject of history (Chinese history)), he passed the Shoshi test and became Monjosho (a student of poem and history) in 974.
  42. After learning Sinology from Hazan YOSHIKAWA, he studied Western learning under Genpo MITSUKURI.
  43. After learning Tendai doctrine and Esoteric Buddhism at Mt. Hiei, Kenshin lived in seclusion at Ohara-bessho in 1173.
  44. After learning about the experience of the discontinuity in Emperor Tenmu's Imperial line, Emperor Konin appointed his son, Emperor Kanmu as his successor, Kanmu's younger brother, Imperial Prince Sawara was chosen as the second successor of the Crown Prince.
  45. After learning at Gakushuin School, he entered the law school of Tokyo Imperial University (present University of Tokyo).
  46. After learning at Shoheiko (Shohei-zaka Gakumon-jo), he became a professor and dormitory superintendent of Sakujinkan, a domain school of the Morioka Domain, and instructed Takashi HARA and others.
  47. After learning kyujutsu from Owari feudal retainer Tadashige NAGAYA of the Hegi-ryu Chikurin-ha school, Shigenori was appointed the yumiyaku (one responsible for archery duty) of Mitsutomo TOKUGAWA.
  48. After learning the naval battle tactics of Santo school, he left his hometown at the age of 18 and traveled around the country to learn the art of gunnery of various schools such as the Asaka, Nakajima, Ongoku, and Kinden; he mastered Hashizume Kaishinsai school Gobu-denpo (橋爪廻新斎流合武伝法), and military science in Koshu and Echigo.
  49. After learning this, Tsunetane expressed again in March 1161 to the Ise-jingu Shrine his willingness to donate the land.
  50. After leaving Ako, Kuranosuke went into seclusion with his family in Kyoto City's Yamashina ward from there and got in touch with the old Ako feudal retainers.
  51. After leaving Bukko-ji Temple as result of an internal conflict within the school in 1481, he became a pupil of Rennyo and changed his name from Kyogo to Renkyo.
  52. After leaving Edo, however, he strangely returned to Edo, saying that he remembered that he had something to do there, and then joined Shogitai.
  53. After leaving Osaka he lived a quiet life in Kyoto, concentrating on the tea ceremony and pursuing his hobbies.
  54. After leaving Otsukyo Station, a train runs along long flatland created through an active fault on the north (the west coast of the Lake Biwa Fault Zone).
  55. After leaving Yamashina Station, the Kosei Line branches off the Tokaido Main Line and enters the Nagarayama tunnel.
  56. After leaving Yamazaki around 1523, Sokan had lived in another hermitage 'Ichiya-an' within the precincts of Kosho-ji Temple in Sanuki Province (currently Kannonji City, Kagawa Prefecture) since 1528, where he ended his life.
  57. After leaving his clan, he participated in raising an army of Mt. Tsukuba by Mito tengu to, and joined the Shinsengumi in 1866.
  58. After leaving his office, he became an imperial court councilor.
  59. After leaving the Navy, the following July he was appointed to the position of secretary to the Homeland Minister Togama KONO upon recommendations from which his civil officer career began.
  60. After leaving the Seijukan, Kinga was invited to serve the Lord of Soma-Nakamura Domain, where he received kind treatment, but he stayed there only for a few years, and was then hired as Kishitsu (secretary) who served Rinnoji no miya (honorific title of the chief priest [kanju or kanshu]) of Ueno Kanei-ji Temple.
  61. After leaving the US, he visited several countries and then returned to Japan via India.
  62. After leaving the Yamana clan, Katsuhisa Amago and his party succeeded in recovering most of the occupied territory in Izumo Province, and they temporarily gained a foothold toward the restoration of the Amago clan.
  63. After leaving the cabinet position, he served as a member of the House of Peers and also as a member of the temporary Education Commission.
  64. After leaving the check point, Benkei apologized to Yoshitsune while crying.
  65. After leaving the domain to go into hiding in Kyoto, he moved back to Omi.
  66. After leaving the family, while leading the life of a ronin in Kyoto, he interacted with a large number of writers such as the father and son, Joha and Shoshitsu SATOMURA, Tanemichi KUJO, and Shigeteru FURUTA.
  67. After leaving the official residence for the Minister of Army, he built his own house in the motif of old castles in Germany.
  68. After leaving the position, he served as a professor in the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Southern California.
  69. After leaving the temple, he began to carry out important tasks as a retainer for the Mori clan; for example, he joined a troop to hunt down and kill Teruhiro OUCHI who had invaded Yamaguchi City in Suo Province, a former territory of the Mori clan, in 1569.
  70. After liquidation
  71. After listening to Buddha's sermon one day, Sudatta decided to convert and become a believer and donate to Buddha a temple for preaching.
  72. After listening to Katsura, the special envoy Taft agreed that the establishment of a Japanese protectorate over Korea would directly contribute to the stability in east Asia.
  73. After listening to Okaru, Kanpei is determined to proceed in the hope that someday his apology will be accepted.
  74. After living in Kyoto for 10 years, Yanagi moved to Tokyo again, obtained financial help from Magosaburo OHARA (founder of Kuraray, Ohara Museum of Art and Ohara Institute for Social Research) and opened the Japan Folk Crafts Museum near his own house in Komaba, Tokyo in 1936.
  75. After locating his whereabouts, the agency placed police officers around the Crown Prince at intervals of 20-30 meters, with the result that they could no longer wander about Ginza.
  76. After looking over the old sokyoku, Kengyo MITSUZAKI composed 'Akikaze no kyoku' (Song of the Autumn Wind) which combined kumiuta, danmono, and 'Godanginuda,' a kind of koto duet music that makes use of high and low-pitched sounds to produce a sophisticated and delicate melody.
  77. After looking up at the honzon, bow.
  78. After losing his eldest heir Mitsuhide to sickness the following year, Akihide appointed his younger son Mitsuhira his official heir and had him serve the shogun.
  79. After losing his father, it seems that Joan NAITO became lord of Yagi-jo Castle, and actively conducted missionary work centered around Yagi-jo Castle.
  80. After losing the Battle of Hakusukinoe in 663, Wakoku (later Japan) built defense facilities in various western regions to secure the country against Tang (China) and Silla (Korea).
  81. After losing the Battle of Ichinotani, the Taira clan set up their camp and held the Inner Court in Yashima, Sanuki Province.
  82. After losing the Battle of Koshu-Katsunuma, he moved to Aizu domain in Utsunomiya City with Hijikata to fight.
  83. After losing the Battle of Ueno in the Boshin War, he guarded Imperial Prince Kitashirakawanomiya Yoshihisa to Aizu Domain.
  84. After losing the Yamanaka-jo Castle, the Hojo clan held the Odawara-jo Castle for about three months starting in May 1590.
  85. After losing the aggressive power, the Takeda forces suffered a total breakdown and lost one capable officer after another including Nobuharu BABA, Masatoyo NAITO, Masatane NARA, Nobutsuna SANADA, and his brother Masateru SANADA while taking to flight.
  86. After losing the protection of the Imperial Court, Sangakushi started giving performances in temples/shrines or on the streets.
  87. After losing the war, Daijiro took a post at Keishi-cho and served to the Meiji Government.
  88. After losing the war, Teisaku was released in 1872, but went to the United States of America to avoid accusation of killing the chief retainer.
  89. After losing the war, he was captured as one of the ringleaders by the army of the bakufu, and on the way to Kamakura as a prisoner under guard, he was executed at Iwamura Village in Mino Province.
  90. After lunch, the empty containers can be utilized in the home kitchen (it is convenient to cook a small amount of rice porridge).
  91. After macrobiotics they must not take food on that day.
  92. After magnificently appearing from Hanamichi (passage through audience to stage), five men came to the stage, and meet together in front of torite (official in charge of imprisoning offenders).
  93. After making a cavity at the center of the sharidama with the left thumb or the right index finger, turn it over (called tekaeshi technique) several times so that the rice surrounding cavity will fill it.
  94. After making a contact with Tango no tsubone, Yoritomo suddenly cancelled this Kanezane's decision.
  95. After making a viewing, the head was sometimes disposed, affixed to a prison gate or sent in a bucket back to the enemy.
  96. After making an inspection of Sakhalin, KURODA prepared a serious report that Sakhalin would be overtaken by Russia within three years unless the current situation changed, and claimed the importance of development of Hokkaido to gain more competing powers against Russia.
  97. After making an origami flower, he attached it to the treetop and said, "This is the branch of a conjoined tree and I will give it to you."
  98. After making peace with the Southern Court (Japan), Takauji was given an order from the Emperor Gomurakami to search out and destroy Tadayoshi ASHIKAGA and Tadafuyu ASHIKAGA.
  99. After making strategies, the punitive force started the battle on May 18 by attacking the house of Tomida in Asake-gun (Higashi Tomida-cho, Yokkaichi City), where the base of Motonori TOMIDA lay, and continued to battle for hours.
  100. After making swords was banned in the Meiji period, the Kikuichimonji Company Limited started to make kitchen, craft, flower arrangement and horticulture knives and tools, instead of making swords.
  101. After making three rounds in the forecourt, the dancers came before the emperor, dedicated Norito (Shinto prayer), and performed 'Takekawa' (Bamboo River, the title of a song of "saibara" [a genre of the Heian period Japanese court music]).
  102. After managing Kobe Shimbun Co., Ltd. and working as the government official for some time, Matsukata assumed the post of vice president of Naniwa Insurance in 1894, initiating the money management operation in the Kansai region.
  103. After many candidates were defeated in the first mutual election of members of Diet in 1897, it declined and in 1899, it was merged into the large taxpaying members of Diet group, Asahi Club.
  104. After many deaths on both sides, they withdrew their troops (The Battle of Ishibashiyama & The Battle of Yuigahama).
  105. After many jujutsu teachers lost their positions of an instructor at a clan in the early Meiji period, jujutsu is said to have got rare to be taught, but in fact, jujutsu became popular in local villages and other places nationwide, and it was loved like a kind of entertainment.
  106. After many long years of war, a woman was placed as co-sovereign.
  107. After many twists and turns, Takayama Dam was completed in 1969, 17 years after the start of the preliminary study.
  108. After many years later, when Obayashi came to be informed of it from a third person, he expressed great gratitude for Okamoto's favor (that means, Okamoto never showed him a patronizing attitude).
  109. After marriage to Go, her husband Hidetada had affairs but did not have any formal concubines.
  110. After marriage, she opened her own private Japanese dressmaking school to support the household budget.
  111. After mastering medicine, he joined the troops to go on an expedition to Shikoku led by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI in 1585.
  112. After medieval times the Kiyohara clan took a position of Kami (director) by succession and succeeded to attached land of Shusuishi.
  113. After medieval times, 'ujiko' referred to the entire people who lived in the areas surrounding a ujigami and participated in its festivals.
  114. After medieval times, the supreme leaders such as chief priests of the sect and religious community which had been succeeded for generations by kechimyaku sojo (Transmission of the Heritage; the secret transmission from the Great Master to only one disciple) and the head priests of the grand head temple had been called hoshu as a honorific title.
  115. After meeting Honen, he gradually considered becoming a priest for the repose of Atsumori's soul.
  116. After meeting J. Lebret, a hydraulic engineer and an engineering official with the Netherlands Ministry of the Interior, he decided to become a civil engineer.
  117. After meeting Mr. Hashimoto's girlfriend at a high-class teahouse 'Hanabasha' (literally meaning, a carriage filled with flowers), they ordered coffee, 99 yen for each cup, by splitting the cost.
  118. After meeting Yoritomo in Kamakura, Munemori was beheaded by TACHIBANA no Kiminaga, MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune's subordinate at Shinohara-shuku in Omi Province.
  119. After memorizing cards, the players make bows to the opponent and to yomi-te (a person who reads cards in Kyogi Karuta), and the game starts.
  120. After merging with Omuro-gawa River, it flows further southwards in parallel with Tenjingwa-dori Street (National Route 162/the Utanokisshoin Line of Kyoto Municipal Route 184) before reaching Nishi-Kyogoku, finally being merged into Katsura-gawa River (Yodo-gawa River system) in Kisshoin Shimonomukai-cho, Minami Ward.
  121. After mid-June, the group of Naramaro had meetings for conspiracy against Nakamaro at such places as the residence of Naramaro.
  122. After middle age, Kinga had studied astronomy for three years under Kageaki OBA, but when he mastered it, he is said to have disposed of his observation record with no hesitation.
  123. After mixing the rice (becomes 'sushi') equally, wrap the sushi with leaves of magnolia, set them in a wooden bowl or other container, and put a weight on it not to press it heavily.
  124. After mixing, let it stand for a few hours to stabilize it.
  125. After modern times, there has been a tendency for many tanka poets to belong to an association as association literature has been common, and they publish their works in their own association magazines.
  126. After months of the Siege, Ujimasa surrendered and committed suicide with his younger brother, Ujiteru, which brought an end to the rule over the Kanto region by the Sengoku daimyo, the Hojo clan.
  127. After more than one-hour fight, the Ronin of Ako killed Kira Kozuke-no-suke at last, realizing their long-cherished desire.
  128. After moving in a clockwise motion, they divided into two groups and moved south, then north and then exited to the eastern forecourt of Kyoshoden.
  129. After moving into the 21st century, the internet has propagated various graphic images of boys and girls in fundoshi, mawashi and shimekomi loincloths, participating in Hakata Gion Yamagasa summer festival and other festivals as well as various honozumo.
  130. After moving their head family to Sanda, the Kuki family ruled Sanda Domain for approximately 240 years until Haihan-chiken (abolition of feudal domains and establishment of prefectures).
  131. After moving to China and studying under Shoseki GO, he devoted himself to spreading seal engraving and its development
  132. After moving to Ezo, he belonged to the Shinsengumi under the command of Toshizo HIJIKATA and joined Hakodate War.
  133. After moving to Isshinji Theater in Tennoji in 1993, the Shimanouchi Yose Theater moved to the lesson room of the Osaka Prefectural Museum of Kamigata Comedy and Performing Arts which opened in 1996.
  134. After moving to Kamakura, he served as shuso (the leader of monks practicing asceticism) under Tokugo TOKEI of Engaku-ji Temple, and then under Ichinei ISSAN of Kencho-ji Temple in 1299, but fell short of shiho (to inherit the dharma from a priest master).
  135. After moving to Shimogamo, Kyoto Prefecture, he built 'Tai Arashiyama Bo' on the Oi-gawa River in Arashiyama and lived in comfort doing nothing but enjoying literature.
  136. After moving to Tokyo and working there as a secret agent under a name Tanji KOGA together with Hajime SAITO (who called himself Goro FUJITA at that time), he became a fire station chief and was killed in the performance of his duties in 1904.
  137. After moving to Tokyo in 1871, he became the vice-president of Japan Mail Steamship Company in 1873 and worked hard to open up the sea route for mail service between Tokyo and Ryukyu.
  138. After moving to Tokyo, she worked as maid at residences of the peerage and at a residence of a banker in Yokohama, and by the introduction of her uncle, she began to serve a fish wholesaler as a live-in hariko (woman doing needlework) in Muromachi, Nihonbashi Ward (present Chuo Ward, Tokyo).
  139. After moving to the Kansai region
  140. After much being troubled about it, he flew into a rage finally and drew a red straight line on a map with a cry of resolve.
  141. After much consideration, Tarokaja thinks of snatching sake while telling a funny story to the sake shop owner, who favors something rare.
  142. After my death, I want to be treated in the same way with people of former feudal domain who had been neglected in the castletown.'
  143. After nagajuban covering down to ankles became widespread instead of hanjuban, susoyoke petticoat was divided to yumoji (koshimaki), an inner wear, and susomawashi (lining at the bottom of a kimono) (or hakkake (inside cloth used around cuff and hem)), which are sewed on behind hem to stop hem cling.
  144. After narrowly escaping death in the Great Kanto Earthquake of September 1, 1923, she promoted many projects such as the reconstruction of the completely destroyed Tsukiji Hongwan-ji Temple and activities to aid the seriously injured and the orphaned (establishment of the 'Asoka Hospital').
  145. After national isolation the family continued to have control over transportation in the Katsura-gawa River and established the Suminokura Yakusho Office at every key port of the river lower than the present-day Seki, Nantan City.
  146. After nationalization
  147. After negotiating continued dominionover the territories under the Shimazu clan, Yoshihisa was invited by Ieyasu TOKUGAWA to Fushimi-jo Castle, and asked to recount the time when he almost conquered Kyushu.
  148. After negotiation with various parties, roshi including Yoshimura returned on July 2 to Kyoto by sea.
  149. After nine successful rainmaking prayers, his reputation spread to Northern Song Dynasty China.
  150. After nine years in power, she passed the throne to Emperor Gomomozono in 1770.
  151. After noon, the 'western' army collapsed completely due to betrayal by Hideaki KOBAYAKAWA.
  152. After observing the situation, Sadatoki at last lost his feelings of suspicion.
  153. After obtaining a title, he or she can put the title before the Dan-i like Renshi-Rokudan and Hanshi-Hachidan.
  154. After obtaining almost all of Tanba Province in the Battle of Kuroi-jo Castle, he became the lord of Kameyama-jo Castle in 1580.
  155. After obtaining official permission by Zongli Yamen, it was revised with cooperation by Qin CHEN, Changhua LI, Junshi FANG, and Hongtu MAO, who were officials of Zongli Yamen, and translation was completed after a half year.
  156. After obtaining techniques as a caster, he moved to Tokyo at the age of 21 to learn casting techniques.
  157. After obtaining the estate of Wakatsuki of Minochi County, Shinano Province, he called himself Yoritaka WAKATSUKI.
  158. After occupation, he moved the headquarters to Mishima, then returned to Shizuoka City.
  159. After occupying Goryokaku in Hakodate Toshizo advanced his army including Gakuheitai army and others.; he conquered Matsumae Castle (Fukuyama Castle) and chased the retreating army of the enemy to Esashi.
  160. After occupying Nagaoka-jo Castle, Kuroda made a plan to threaten the enemy from behind by advancing to Niigata via a sea route and thereby cut the supply of arms and ammunition to the enemy, and he landed at Matsugasaki leaving the main government force with Yamagata.
  161. After occupying posts such as Tonomo no kami (the director of the Imperial Palace Keeper's Bureau) and Izumo no kami (the governor of Izumo Province), he left the capital to become the Mutsu no kami (the governor of Mutsu Province) in 1050.
  162. After one month, the snow had become hard like sherbet as the snow had been tread down by the rescue team and the temperature had changed.
  163. After one year court mourning for the late emperor, (the period of mourning is over), this ceremony of the Daijo-gu Shrine is held on the following year of the enthronement, also known as the first Harvest Festival.
  164. After one year she became an Empress, she adopted Imperial Princess Eishi, who was the Retired Emperor's loving wife, FUJIWARA no Tokushi's (later called Bifukumonin) Princess.
  165. After one year, he began his career in film with a job drying film at the developing department of Shinko Cinema.
  166. After one year, he dropped out of the army, then in 1934, he made his debut as a director with the short nonsense comedy, "Nukiashi Sashiashi Hijoji Shobai" (emergency business of a soft walker), starring the 10-year-old Hideko TAKAMINE, which was underestimated.
  167. After only four months, however, he came back to the previous position and he was appointed to the Gon Shonagon (provisional lesser councilor of state).
  168. After only two years, he was selected to a sangi (royal advisor), and, four years thereafter, he worked as chunagon (middle counselor), ukonoe taisho (major captain of the Right Division of the Headquarters of the Inner Palace Guard) and togu no daibu (a master of the Crown Prince's palace), concurrently.
  169. After opening the country to start trading with foreign countries, a lot of gold coins flowed out of the country because of the difference in the value of gold and silver between Japan and its trading partners.
  170. After opening the ports, there was an influx of Japanese into Korea, and they realized that admitting that provision was a mistake.
  171. After order was restored in Mino, there appeared a scribbling on the Nanamagari Hyakumagari entrance of the Inabayama-jo Castle as follows: "To slay your master and to kill your son-in-law mean the end of your body [a word play on Mino and Owari].
  172. After our marriage, my beloved, I hoped that we would stay together for many years to come, but our marriage vows were not enough and you told a lie that destroyed my hope.'
  173. After pacification Ieyasu frequently asked about the progress of the reclamation on his way back to Sunpu.
  174. After pacification was made, Ieyasu returned from Kyoto to Sunpu, and Hidetada to Fushimi, however, on the other hand, they ordered blacksmiths in Kunitomo to manufacture cannons to prepare for war.
  175. After pacifying Kyushu, Hideyoshi proceeded to bring the entire country under his unified rule, and then ordered the daimyo to dispatch troops for an invasion of Korea.
  176. After part of the motif is formed into a relief, lacquer is coated over the entire piece, and is then polishing with charcoal.
  177. After part of the program, 'Oishi's last day', was first performed at the Kabuki Theater in February, 1934, a total of ten acts were produced.
  178. After participated in Teishin Hachiju-hachi-kyo Ressan Jiken (the demo of eighty-eight retainers of imperial court) of 1858, he played an important role to support the group of Sonno Joi (19th century slogan advocating reverence for the Emperor and the expulsion of foreigners).
  179. After participated in the Kansai Young Men's Literary Society, in 1900, she became acquainted with a waka poet Tekkan YOSANO at a poetry reading held at a Japanese-style hotel in Hamaderakoen and contributed her poem to "Myojo," an in-house magazine of Shinshisha (New Poetry Society) founded by Tekkan.
  180. After participating in Seinan War, SATO was promoted to Infantry Officer, and in 1884, he became Staff Officer of Sendai Chindai (a military unit referring to garrison) in 1884.
  181. After participating in the Anglo-Satsuma War in 1863, he studied gunnery in Edo, and was conferred full proficiency.
  182. After participating in the Boshin War and the Battle of Toba Fushimi as well as others, he joined the Army in July, 1871.
  183. After participating in the Conquest of Kyushu started in 1586, he was granted a total of 371,300 koku (the unit showing the annual yield of rice) including the Chikuzen Province, Chikugo Province, and a county in the Hizen Province.
  184. After participating in the battle of Aonogahara in Mino Province in January, 1338, he seems to have held the position of Shinano Shugo from 1340 through next year.
  185. After participating in the battles of Zenmyo-tsutsumi and Fujinami-nawate, the Kira clan surrendered to Ieyasu.
  186. After passing "Mizunomi-taizin-no-ato (a historical battle site)," the area opens up to beautiful scenery before soon arriving at Cable Hiei Station of Keifuku Electric Railroad Kosaku Line.
  187. After passing Kakyo, Nakamaro was appointed as a 校書 of 司経局 in Rakuyo in 725, and promoted to 左拾遺 and 左補闕 in 728 and in 731 respectively.
  188. After passing Kawano Station, trains arrive at Kasado Station.
  189. After passing Kaya-goya-ato, the road joins a road going across the ridge at Hinoki Pass which has a legend that a hinoki grew from the chopsticks thrown away by Priest Kobo-daishi (refer to "Annaiki" and "Meguri").
  190. After passing Minami-yokkaichi station, the next stop, and the industrial area, trains arrive at Kawarada Station.
  191. After passing Nagashima Station, located on a river sandbar, Kintetsu Nagashima Station of Kintetsu Railway is located in the vicinity, trains run side by side along Kintetsu through the area where the Nagara-gawa and the Ibi-gawa Rivers flow and cross under the Kintetsu Line just before arriving at Kuwana Station.
  192. After passing Ogawara Station(Kyoto Prefecture) located near the Minami-Yamashiro village office, trains arrive at the Kasagi Station which is famous for cherry-blossoms and a beautiful valley.
  193. After passing away in 1645 aged 83, he was buried at Koto-in Temple according to his will and it later became patronized as the ancestral temple of the Hosokawa clan.
  194. After passing over Yamato-gawa River and crossing under the Kintetsu Tawaramoto Line, the Wakayama Line joins from the left.
  195. After passing the 'Nishi no Nozoki' trial, the path leads to the previously mentioned five lodging houses, beyond which stands the main hall.
  196. After passing the Taisaku (a type of employment examination for officials under Japan's Ritsuryo system), following his posts as Shonaiki (assistant editor) and assistant to the envoy from the Korean kingdom of Bohai, he reached the Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) of Monjo hakase (chief calligrapher of the court) and Dainaiki (chief editor).
  197. After passing the Taisaku (an examination for adopting government officials under the Ritsuryo legal codes), Arimasa consecutively worked in different positions, including Naiki (Secretary of the Ministry of Central Affairs) and Monjo hakase (professor of literature), later reaching the rank of Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade) with a post in the Shikibu-sho (the Ministry of Ceremonial).
  198. After passing the exit, there is a crossover turnout, then the tracks reach the Otsukyo Station.
  199. After passing this station, trains run along the Yokkaichi Industrial Complex.
  200. After passing through Mizugamine, a broadleaf forest continues for a while, and the road meets Forestry Road Tainohara Route which extends on the ridge.
  201. After passing through tanada (terraced rice fields) of the village of Miura-guchi, a slope of tsuzuraore (a zigzag path) begins.
  202. After passing through the entrance Nio-mon gate (a Deva temple gate), visitors will reach the Hondo main hall via Nishi-mon gate (the west gate), the Three-Storied Pagoda, Shoro (a bell tower), Kyo-do Hall (Sutra Hall), Tamura-do Hall (or Kaisan-do Hall), Asakura-do Hall and so on.
  203. After pasting a weak rice glue on the printing block, it is placed on the paper, pressure is applied, and the printing block is then removed, a thin layer of the dye from the pattern of the printing block is peeled off and a negative-like refined pattern with fine shading appears.
  204. After paying the entrance fee to the bath facility, you may enjoy the hot spring any number of times upon presenting the fare receipt while in the facility.
  205. After people were seated, two of Kencho separated to right and left and entered through the east or the west door on the north face and then took a seat.
  206. After performing a dance, Muneharu killed himself with a death haiku, which read: Now is the time to go beyond this life, leaving a samurai's name as long lasting as moss on a pine tree.
  207. After performing for a trial on October 25, 1880, the report by the Chief of the Bureau of Naval Affair "Report on revision of the musical score for celebrating the reign of the emperor " was put into effect and "Kimigayo" as the Japan's National Anthem was revised.
  208. After performing the exorcisms, they presented heihaku (paper or silk cuttings or red and white cloth, presented to the gods) and notified Imperial instructions to every god of heaven and earth in Japan including Ise-jingu Shrine.
  209. After petals fall/it stands a vestige/peony
  210. After players bow to greet the lord, they get down to the playing ground, and mount on horseback; when the minister bowls the ball, both teams start to compete in hitting the ball.
  211. After playing as an actor of Koshibai in various places, he became a disciple of Udanji ICHIKAWA (the second) in 1933 and changed his stage name to Usho ICHIKAWA.
  212. After polished with abrasive, plates shall be greased with oil such as salad oil to protect from rusting.
  213. After political power was united into, three Miyake, Katsuranomiya, Arisugawanomiya, and Kaninnomiya were established one after another, these are called 'the Four Imperial families' including Fushiminomiya.
  214. After possessing Hatsuhana, Hideyoshi often displayed it in the Principal Tea Ceremony including the first tea ceremony held in the Osaka-jo Castle.
  215. After pounding mochi is placed on a board on which mochi-tori-ko powder (powder to prevent sticking) is scattered, and is then shaped as desired.
  216. After pre-modern times, the text became the basis of parodies such as "Nise Monogatari" (the Tales of Pseudo-Ise).
  217. After pre-pickling blocks of ginger roots in salt, boil well in plum vinegar for a couple of days and take them out to be cut into thin strips.
  218. After prefectures were divided into several districts, subordinate agencies are set up in each of them.
  219. After preparing military measures, he supplied the Imperial Court's fudokoku (crops stored for emergency) to the poor Ifu in the regions as a means to appease them.
  220. After preserving in salt for approximately three months, remove funa from the barrel, wash salt off with water and soak in water to remove excess salt.
  221. After privatization
  222. After producing two biological mothers of two emperors in a row from the family, the Sono family enjoyed its immense prosperity.
  223. After promotion at a fast pace as a family head of the Seiga family, he became Jusanmi (Junior 3rd Rank) and was raised to Kugyo in 1572.
  224. After promotion of shinuchi, from middle age to old age, the order is not changed even if the popularity or skill changes.
  225. After publication of "Bankoku Koho," Martin assumed the job of teacher for English language, international law and politics in Tongwen Guan, which was a public language school established in 1865 with a purpose to bring up interpreters in the field of diplomacy, and, later, he was promoted to the school master.
  226. After publishing "The Last Testament of Okitsu Yagoemon" inspired by the incident of Maresuke NOGI followed his master to his grave, he wrote the historical novels such as "The Abe Clan" and "Takasebune" (The Boat on the River Takase) and a biography based on a historical evidence, "Chusai SHIBUE."
  227. After pulling up his main luxurious residence in Dojima and shutting himself in the temporary house in Uehommachi, he spent his later life in the residence provided by the regular carpenter.
  228. After purchasing a coal mine in Hokkaido (1924), he established Sumitomo Coal Mining (later known as Sumitomo Coal Mining Co., Ltd.) in 1925.
  229. After pursuing his studies, he served in the Imperial Court as a formal government official and excelled in performance.
  230. After put all the ingredients, cover it with leaves of magnolia ('hoba').
  231. After putting down Shuten Doji (an leader of a group of ogres, also bandits that roamed the region around Kyoto), MINAMOTO no Yorimitsu had a feast at his residence with his four loyal retainers and FUJIWARA no Yasumasa, then Hirai (or one of the four retainers, URABE no Suetake) started to say that there was an ogre at Rajo-mon Gate.
  232. After putting down the Nakasendai Revolt (a counter-rebellion against Godaigo, literally meaning "the revolt of the intermediate generation (a brief respite between the control of the HOJO and the ASHIKAGA ruling clans), Takauji remained in Kamakura, becoming alienated from Godaigo's government, and this prompted many disgruntled samurai to flock to his banner.
  233. After putting out the fire, they left Kira's residence and arrived at Zengaku-ji Temple at around 8 a.m., where Asano Takumi no Kami's grave is, and reported the successful revenge by placing Kira Kozuke no Suke's head
  234. After quite a long time Izanami still had not returned, Izanagi could not wait anymore.
  235. After racking out his brain over the proposal, Makino finally made up his mind to establish a new company since Suesaburo SASAI encouraged him by providing a land for studio.
  236. After raising the army, many brothers from the same clan, who were suffering under government of Taira clan, also came to follow Yoritomo.
  237. After raising the army, roshi, citizens and peasants joined them from around the country.
  238. After re-entering the court, she gave birth to Emperor Ichijo's first son, Imperial Prince Atsuyasu, on November 7, 999.
  239. After reaching adulthood, he became a clansman of Annaka Domain, but in 1864 he plotted to travel to the United States in violation of the government ban on overseas travel.
  240. After reaching ground level and turning around, turn left at the intersection in front of you and walk north along the Karasuma-dori Street.
  241. After reaching maturity, his child also fulfilled his duties in the side-role.
  242. After reaching the age of 40, he joined the priesthood and traveled for about 20 years around Tsukushi, Kumano and Mutsu Provinces, spreading his name as a renga poet.
  243. After reaching the manhood, he used the name Ieyoshi.
  244. After reaching the summit, he went back home and got married.
  245. After reading and confirming all Sobun (the reports submitted to the Emperor), the Emperor would temporarily return them to Shikiji-kugyo (high-ranked nobles engaged in cabinet council).
  246. After reading this petition, Nobunaga gave the order to kill Nobuyasu via Tadatsugu SAKAI, Ieyasu's envoy who was staying in the Azuchi castle.
  247. After reading, do chodai of the "Ofumi."
  248. After realizing that the essential point of Zen is nothing but another version of the Tendai Sect, he converted to the Tendai Sect.
  249. After receiving Buddhist precepts at Mt. Hiei, he became a disciple of Dogen, a monk of Kosho-ji Temple at Fukakusa in Yamashiro Province, and practiced Zen meditation under him.
  250. After receiving Mahayana precepts from Ryonin, he studied Mikkyo (Esoteric Buddhism) as well as Jodo Sect and resided in Saito Kurodani in Mt. Hiei.
  251. After receiving Saigu, the Emperor personally puts a boxwood comb in her hair on the forehead.
  252. After receiving Settsu Koshimizujo Castle, Nagayoshi steadily expanded in Kinai and sought to regain the former territory of his father Motonaga, which had been confiscated by Nagamasa.
  253. After receiving a cooperation request from Masamoto by his direct visit, Jitsunyo mobilized all his followers in Hokuriku and Kinai and ordered the ones in Hokuriku to attack the nearby three provinces and the ones in Kinai to attack Kawachi Province, the Hatakeyama clan's base ground.
  254. After receiving a recommendation letter from Shingoku RA and Konen O, he began selling his works in various places in China.
  255. After receiving death sentence, execution of the sentence was postponed until she gave birth to a child, and she was executed at Kozukappara Keijo.
  256. After receiving his ordination, he became Myogo Yuju on 16th of the same month and was appointed Hokkyou on 26th; furthermore, he was promoted to Hogen and called himself Jibukyo on May 15, 1726.
  257. After receiving injuries, he took his own life with Chuzaburo TERAJIMA.
  258. After receiving medical treatment in his hometown, Tottori Prefecture, he was on his way back to Fukuoka Prefecture where he worked.
  259. After receiving reports of these rebellions, on April 18 and May 7, 1204, the bakufu ordered Tomomasa HIRAGA serving as the Kyoto shugo to lead Gokenin of Keiki (area around Kyoto) and go off to Ise and Iga Provinces.
  260. After receiving secret lessons from the priest, they returned to their home villages and promulgated the priest's teachings.
  261. After receiving several increases in the stipend, he was given 20,000 koku and became the lord of Nagaoka Domain in Yamashiro Province on May 3, 1633.
  262. After receiving the Daishi-go title and 新印大蔵経 from Song Taizong, he returned to Japan.
  263. After receiving the baby, the strong soldiers also grabbed the mother.'
  264. After receiving the land for temple on Mt. Toribe, Zenryo had the Shokyu-ji Temple built, changing its name from Otani Dojo.
  265. After receiving the order on April 5, 1201, Sainen fought a fierce battle with Sukemori JO who stood ready to fight at Tossaka-jo Castle in Echigo Province, before defeating him (Kennin War).
  266. After receiving the permission, she opened the school in Kojimachi, Tokyo and became principal.
  267. After reciting the nenbutsu (a prayer in homage to Amitabha, or Amida), he leaned back against a pillar and committed suicide by ritual disembowelment.
  268. After recovering from grief because of his wife's death and poverty, by everyone's advice, Atsutane remarried Riyo (her real name was Orise), an adopted daughter of Atsutoshi YAMAZAKI, who was a student of his school and very rich.
  269. After recovering from the illness, Kiyomori built a cottage in Fukuharakyo and immersed himself in development of Itsukushima-jinja Shrine and expansion of trade with the Sung Dynasty of China as he had always wanted to.
  270. After recuperating for a while in Suma, he returned to Matsuyama to rest at the place where Soseki NATSUME was boarding, while he was teaching at Matsuyama Junior High School.
  271. After recuperating, he often visited Shochiku Kamata Studio, and became an apprentice of the director Kiyohiko USHIHARA.
  272. After regrouping, the Ashikaga troops advanced toward the northeast again, defeating the Nitta and Kusunoki armies in the Battle of Minatogawa, and entering Kyoto.
  273. After relocation of national capital to the city of Heiankyo, Dokyo-sai Festival continued to be held
  274. After relocation to Heijo-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in current Nara)
  275. After removing the Miura clan which had had the biggest power since the establishment of bakufu, by this Battle of Hoji, the Hojo clan established its superiority over other Gozoku (local ruling families), and the Adachi clan attained the position of ally simultaneously.
  276. After removing the shell, the sand and other foreign materials from the pounded seaweed, expose it to running water for desalination and depigmentation.
  277. After reorganization of the ginza, the number of officers was reduced to 15, and the mint was ordered to be moved to Nihonbashi-kakigaara-cho (present-day Nihonbashi Ningyocho) for resumption of Nanryo nishuban coins.
  278. After repatriation, he affiliated himself with the Daiei film company, studied under Daisuke ITO (movie director), Sadatsugu MATSUDA, Teinosuke KINUGASA, and others.
  279. After repeated destruction by fire followed by reconstruction, the current temple comprises the reconstruction of the period from 1532 through 1555.
  280. After repeated use of fukuro shinai the lacquer covering the leather sleeve often becomes spotted.
  281. After repeated use of molds, they become damaged, and the impressions on the coins become illegible due to the gradual wear of the impression of the original coin.
  282. After replacing Naoyuki, who was recalled to Osaka, Magotaro UMEZAWA and the Mito Clan soldiers looked after Nijo-jo Castle; however, on January 29, [the care of the castle] was handed over to Yoshikatsu TOKUGAWA who received an order from the Imperial Court (the New Government), and Dajokandai was installed.
  283. After reporting the success, Sukunamaro returned to the camp of Fukei and joined the troops heading for north, Narayama (Nara City).
  284. After researching how to make bitter tea milder, the tea leaf fibers were softened by steaming for a longer period of time to successfully produce a green tea from which the bitter taste had been eliminated.
  285. After resignation from the mayor, he served as the headmaster of Yamaguchi Higher Commercial School (present-day Yamaguchi University) and then in 1911 assumed the post of the sixteenth headmaster of Tokyo College of Commerce (present-day Hitotsubashi University).
  286. After resignation from the post of the headmaster, he stayed in Hojo-machi, Awa Province, Chiba Prefecture again and re-opened the English school of the old days.
  287. After resignation of supporters of Seikanron, the government led by Toshimichi OKUBO, Secretary of Interior, appointed Shigenobu OKUMA as chief secretary of Taiwan Banchi and Tsugumichi SAIGO, lieutenant general (army), as Totoku governor general of Taiwan in 1874 to prepare for the dispatch of troops.
  288. After resignation, INOUE founded Kisha Seizo Goshi Gaisha in Osaka.
  289. After resigned his post as Gon Dainagon (provisional chief councilor of state), he changed his name to Sanefuji.
  290. After resigning as Saigu, she married Morosuke, who was a cousin of Atsutada and the husband of Imperial Princess Kinshi, her elder sister by the same mother.
  291. After resigning from Toa Kinema as well as its production company Tokatsu Eiga, Masatsugu TAKAMURA established 'Taishu Bungei Eiga-sha' in September 1931 in collaboration with Sanjugo NAOKI, a novelist and film producer who had worked together with Shozo MAKINO.
  292. After resigning from government office in 1869, he established an assay office for gold and silver, and started a new life as a businessman, engaging in mine management, spinning, manufacturing of indigo and other businesses.
  293. After resigning from his office, Soeda continued various activities as a banker, businessman, statesman, and academically-minded person.
  294. After resigning from regent, he supported the direct-line Tokuso family as chief vassal of the clan by working as rensho (assistant to regents) and also handling the Mongol invasion of Japan.
  295. After resigning from the Shinchogumi, he supported the movement of Sonno (Movement advocating reverence for the Emperor) and anti-Shogunate to contribute to the Meiji Restoration.
  296. After resigning from the position of Daijo-daijin, he was given the honorary rank of Jusangu (usually given to the Great Empress Dowager, Empress Dowager, and Empress) for distinguished service, but died soon after at the age of sixty.
  297. After resigning the translator of the astronomical observatory the next year, he was mainly engaged in the translation of gunnery books and others and became the professor of Bansho shirabesho in 1856.
  298. After resigning, HOSHI moved to England to study law, and became the first Japanese to become a qualified barrister.
  299. After restoration between Nishi-Akashi and Nada, transportation capacity was increased by arranging a part of train series 201 into twelve-car trains made up of two sets of eight-car trains excluding the T-coaches.
  300. After restoration, the land and building were sold to the Kasumi-kaikan Assembly Hall.
  301. After restoring its sovereignty by concluding peace treaties, Japan concluded a Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security between the United States and Japan as a nation of the Western Bloc in the cold war state.
  302. After restoring order in Kyushu, he was awarded 125,000 koku in Nakatsu, Buzen Province.
  303. After restoring the Koso Alliance, Ujimasa resumed a fight against Kenshin, and in 1574, when Kenshin moved his forces to Kozuke Province, Ujimasa also headed to the Province, and the two armies confronted at Tone-gawa River.
  304. After restoring the typhoon damage, partition paintings, 'The Cycle of Birth and Death,' by traditional Japanese-style painter Kansetsu HASHIMOTO were installed.
  305. After retirement, he became a member of the House of Peers.
  306. After retirement, he called himself Setsudo.
  307. After retirement, he named himself as 正阿弥 or 無阿弥.
  308. After retirement, he transferred the title of Honinbo to the Nihon Ki-in (literally, the Japanese Go Association), which led to the foundation of Honinbo title match.
  309. After retirement, he was made a baron and had the rest of his life near Horyu-ji Temple.
  310. After retiring as Yugyo-shonin, the priests entered Fujisawa dojo and called themselves Fujisawa-shonin.
  311. After retiring as the Minister, he held prominent posts of an imperial court councilor, a member of Kizokuin (the House of Peers), head of the Imperial Property Department, and Kinkei-no-ma shiko (privileged attendant at the Kinkei-no-ma Hall of Kyoto Imperial Palace).
  312. After retiring from Nikkatsu in 1966, he produced overseas PR movies for JETRO and won the silver prize at the New York International Short Film Festival with "Great Buddha" in 1968.
  313. After retiring from his government position, he settled in his country house in Ebisugashita and called himself 'Kashu.'
  314. After retiring from his position in the following year, he put his efforts into the training of junior members of gagaku.
  315. After retiring from office, Heinai was appointed a member of the House of Peers by Imperial command on January 23, 1902, and also was appointed "Kinkeinoma shiko" (a title in the Imperial court).
  316. After retiring from the Army, SATO served as Mayor of Hiroshima City from January to April in 1896, and subsequently assumed the post of Imperial Court Councilor on November 29, 1898.
  317. After retiring from the Army, he served as a member of Kizokuin (the House of Peers) from November 1903.
  318. After retiring from the Department of the Interior, he returned to his homeland, where he remained for several years.
  319. After retiring he was the lead horse at the Kyoto Race Track.
  320. After retiring in Shoin-do hall, at eighty-two years old in February, 1673, he began putting his affairs in order in contemplation of his death, his health deteriorated rapidly in April, and he was given 'Daiko-fusho kokushi,' a posthumous Buddhist name, by Emperor Gomizunoo on May 18.
  321. After retiring the Sai-in following the deaths of her parents, she and her elder sister were placed in the custody and rearing of their grandmother, Jotomonin.
  322. After retiring the post, he returned to Tokyo.
  323. After retiring, Chui was given 100 koku.
  324. After retiring, he became the lead horse at the Hanshin racetrack.
  325. After retiring, he set up and ran a tea room called Kinokuniya and in the Meiji Period this grew to become the Sawamura-za Theater.
  326. After retiring, he was enjoying Chanoyu (tea ceremonies) and Haikai (writing seventeen-syllable verses), however he died at an early age which has been said that because he had been wasted by the mental stress from the difference of opinions in Sumo Kaisho (meeting place) and his family problems.
  327. After retreating to Edo, he fought in the Koyo Chinbutai (a military unit formed specially for the campaign in the Kai Province), which was the new name for the Shinsengumi.
  328. After retuning to Kyoto, she married FUJIWARA no Morosuke in 939.
  329. After return-to-work, in 1796, he was appointed to the post of instructor of Western studies.
  330. After returned to Oiso-machi, she build herself a hermitage in Yamashita on the north side of Mt. Koma where she placed a Bosatsu Jizo and spent all her time praying for her deceased husband.
  331. After returning from Hokkaido in 1889, he wrote 'Tsuyu dandan' that was published in 'Miyako no Hana' (an influential fictional journal) an intermediary of Kangetsu.
  332. After returning from Qing, he built a branch temple of Kanzan-ji Temple in Shitaya, Tokyo, under the patronage of Hirobumi and so on, and became its chief priest.
  333. After returning from Shinano province, Mino no Okimi submitted a drawing of Shinano Province on July 1, 684.
  334. After returning from Sung, Dogen wrote "Tenzo Kyokun" (Instructions for the Monastery Chief Cook) and "Fushukuhanpo" (The Dharma for Taking Food) which are said to be the origin of Shojin ryori of the Eihei-ji Temple school.
  335. After returning from an expedition to conquer the Takeda clan, on May 15, Mitsuhide served as the marshal to entertain Ieyasu TOKUGAWA who served with distinction in the battles with the Takeda clan for many years.
  336. After returning from the army, he got back on the stage.
  337. After returning from the battle, he made an effort to recover the deteriorated security and order of the capital.
  338. After returning from the investigation trip, he opened a private school in Komagome, Edo, and in 1801, while giving lessons to some students to struggle with poverty, he finally completed "Sanryoshi."
  339. After returning from the trip to the western countries, SUGI made efforts with Kaoru INOUE for peace negotiations of the Shimonoseki War, while he opposed to military clashes against the conservative parties, during the domestic conflict of the Genji period.
  340. After returning from the war in 1599, roku (a stipend) was added on many occasions and became 3560 koku (approximately 0.64 million liters of crop yield).
  341. After returning from the war, 500 koku (approximately 0.09million liters of crop yield) were added to make the roku 4,500 koku (approximately 0.81million liters of crop yield).
  342. After returning from the war, he was successively promoted to Deputy Secretary of Hokkaido Development Commission, Deputy Secretary General of the Bureau of Tonden and then to Secretary General of the Bureau of Tonden, and was given the rank of Tondenhei Taisa (literally, Colonel of Ex-legionary).
  343. After returning home from abroad
  344. After returning home from war, his only possession was a briefcase that contained catalogues and bills because he gave his subordinates his salary and other possessions.
  345. After returning home, Eichi met Yoshinobu in Shizuoka and was ordered to serve the Shizuoka clan.
  346. After returning home, at the age of 33, he was again assigned to goshomotsuyaku, and he succeeded to his father's name 'Jinemon.'
  347. After returning home, he assumed the post of Manager of the archive division of the polar research department in the National Museum of Nature and Science.
  348. After returning home, he entered the Department of Justice and was transferred to Ministry of Foreign Affairs after filling a post of judge in Daishin-in (Predecessor of the Supreme Court of Japan).
  349. After returning to America, she kept devoting herself to education and she remained single all her life.
  350. After returning to Edo, Gentaku hosted Edo-Dutch New Year party at his private school Shiran-do as well.
  351. After returning to Edo, he joined the Shinchogumi (Tokugawa Shogunate guard organization), but left it on October 24, 1863 because all the members were appointed as Kobushinkata Igamono (generic name of local samurai in Iga Province) Jiseki (associate Igamono Kobushinkata).
  352. After returning to Edo, he was engaged in recruiting the members of the Shogunate Infantry.
  353. After returning to Edo, their relationship continued, and Kakutaro visited Kinu frequently.
  354. After returning to Fukuoka, he got married to Okiku, the daughter of Koganemaru, and had a son called Roppeita.
  355. After returning to Heiankyo on August 20, she was designated as Sanbon (the third rank of an Imperial Princess), she was one of the first to receive Sanbon among Emperor Kanmu's Princesses.
  356. After returning to Higashi Hoki in 1584, he became a guardian of the sickly Mototsugu and assumed the works of government affairs on his behalf.
  357. After returning to Ikaruga-dera Temple, Prince Yamashiro no Oe committed suicide with his children which led to the fall of Jogu Oke by leaving no descendants of Prince Shotoku.
  358. After returning to Japan
  359. After returning to Japan in 1324, Daichi practiced Zen meditation under Sotetsu MEIHO on the orders of Jokin KEIZAN.
  360. After returning to Japan in 1880, he was appointed as Rear Admiral to start with, and he started his new life as an Imperial navy officer.
  361. After returning to Japan in 1902, he was assigned as a professor at Kyoto Higher School of Design (present Kyoto Institute of Technology).
  362. After returning to Japan in the year 987, Chonen likened Kyoto's Mt. Atago-yama to Mt. Wutai in China and attempted to establish a temple at its base in which to install the Shaka statue.
  363. After returning to Japan, Chief Hokkaido Development Commissioner Michitomi HIGASHIKUZE resigned on November 27, and Kuroda played the role of Chief while serving as Undersecretary.
  364. After returning to Japan, HOSHI became the first lawyer under the Ministry of Justice and actively worked in Japan, and in 1881, he became a councilor (as parliamentarian) of the Liberal Party, and took part in building the foundation of party government.
  365. After returning to Japan, Hironari served the Imperial Court by making the best use of the knowledge he gained through drifting, and moved up the ladder without any blunders.
  366. After returning to Japan, Kuki became Zusho no kami (the Director of the Bureau of Drawings and Books) at Kunaisho (the Ministry of the Sovereign's Household).
  367. After returning to Japan, Saicho came back to Enryaku-ji Temple on Mt. Hiei and since then, he nurtured many Buddhist monks including Ennin and Enchin.
  368. After returning to Japan, Soseki was invited as an instructor by Tokyo Daiichi High School and Tokyo Imperial University.
  369. After returning to Japan, Toyo YOSHIDA recognized his talent and he taught Western studies as Jidoku (imperial tutor) of Yodo YAMAUCHI and also as an instructor at a hanko (domain school).
  370. After returning to Japan, he advocated the six-dynasty calligraphic style in the Nagasaki area.
  371. After returning to Japan, he assumed the post of the Minister of Agriculture and Commerce in the cabinet of Aritomo YAMAGATA.
  372. After returning to Japan, he became a hatamoto with a stipend of 300 koku and a Goyogakari (professor) of Navy Training Center, but died of illness in November or December of the same year (November in old lunar calendar).
  373. After returning to Japan, he became an adopted son-in-law of the Kashima, a wealthy family in Kobe.
  374. After returning to Japan, he carried out the wish of Masujiro OMURA, who had been assassinated, and implemented the conscription system (the Conscription Ordinance).
  375. After returning to Japan, he had a success with the melodrama "Junanbana" (Suffering Women) in 1926.
  376. After returning to Japan, he moved to Nikkatsu Uzumasa Studios in 1933 before moving to Shinkyo Kinema Kyoto Studio in 1934.
  377. After returning to Japan, he resigned from the navy and became the director of Yoshin Hospital; and he planned to establish the Meikyo Life Insurance Company.
  378. After returning to Japan, he served in several organizations such as the first chairman of the All Japan Youth Buddhist Association and president of Shinshu sect, Otani School Youth Study Association.
  379. After returning to Japan, he started to teach sociology at Kaisei School in 1877 and became the first Japanese professor when the school was reorganized into Tokyo University (later to become Tokyo Imperial University).
  380. After returning to Japan, he successively held important posts as chief of interpreters and inspector of the administration of Gaikoku Bugyo (commissioners of foreign affairs), and in 1860, he was involved in drawing up English documents addressed to the President.
  381. After returning to Japan, he successively played the role of chief priest of Manju-ji Temple in Bungo Province and Kichijo-ji Temple in Kozuke Province.
  382. After returning to Japan, he was assigned as Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and was given the surname FUJIWARA no Emi Ason.
  383. After returning to Japan, he was trained in shooting at Army Toyama School and was appointed army lieutenant.
  384. After returning to Japan, he worked for Imperial Japanese Army.
  385. After returning to Japan, he wrote 'Wagahai wa neko dearu' for the magazine "Hototogisu," while teaching at Tokyo University.
  386. After returning to Japan, in 1885, he was appointed to an Army Major General assigned to the Vice Chief of the Staff Headquarters (Japan); in 1886, appointed to the Brigade Commander assigned to the 2nd Brigade of Foot Soldier; later in 1887, went to Europe again, studied military science in Germany.
  387. After returning to Japan, over the Seikan-ron (debate over conquering Korea), he opposed the idea of dispatching Takamori SAIGO to Korea as an ambassador and then postponed the dispatch indefinitely (as a result, Takamori resigned as Sangi (Royal Advisor) and Konoe-totoku (Commander-in-Chief of the Imperial Guard)).
  388. After returning to Japan, she stayed with her sister in Gifu City.
  389. After returning to Kamakura from Kyoto, he reported the atmosphere of Kyoto to Sanetomo.
  390. After returning to Kyoto in 1924, he studied sketches and western style painting at Kansai Art Academy and Western Art Research Institute, and established a kiln at Kiyomizu Shindo Ishidanshita.
  391. After returning to Kyoto, Kaoru could not help thinking of Oigimi and the words told by Ben.
  392. After returning to Kyoto, Yorimori resumed his attendance at court (see the entries for August 18 and September 17 in the first year of the Genryaku era in the "Sankaiki").
  393. After returning to Kyoto, Yoshizane resumed his affiliations with noble families by visiting the Minister of the Left Masaie KONOE and others, but he soon fell to illness and died on July 21, 1481.
  394. After returning to Kyoto, he assumed such posts as Kokuji Goyogakari (state affairs official).
  395. After returning to Kyoto, he graduated from Kyoto Icchu (present Kyoto Prefectural Rakuhoku High School), and then he advanced to Third High School under old school system (Kyusei Daisan Koto Gakko).
  396. After returning to Kyoto, he informed Tokiwa Gozen of Yoshitomo's death and thereafter, he entered the priesthood as a priest of Saikon-do of Kofuku-ji Temple in order to pray for Yoshitomo and called himself Shoshun TOSANOBO.
  397. After returning to Kyoto, he was appointed kurodonoto (chief of the palace officer) in 1185, sangi (royal advisor) in 1190, and kotaigo gu no daibu (Officer of the Empress's quarters) in 1194.
  398. After returning to Kyoto, he was confined to his house and was removed from giso.
  399. After returning to Kyoto, he wrote and edited a collection of Buddhist Tales called "Hobutsushu" (Yasuyori's Collection of Treasures) in Sorin-ji Temple in Higashiyama where his aunt had become a nun.
  400. After returning to Kyoto, she became the wife of Shirakabe no okimi (Emperor Konin).
  401. After returning to Mt. Koya, he stayed with Shigekata FUSEYA in Man-cho Village, Ikeda-go, Izumi Province (present-day Man-cho, Izumi City, Osaka Prefecture), reading a number of Japanese classics.
  402. After returning to Osaka, he translated Dutch books for Koishi and others, and opened his private school and clinic, Shikan-do, where he both taught and practiced as a physician.
  403. After returning to Satsuma, Togo went back to Torigoe in Kokubu go in 1589.
  404. After returning to Tokyo, KURODA warned that the country would lose control over Sakhalin within 3 years if the situation continued, and submitted a proposal to the government emphasizing the necessity for full Kitakata reclamation.
  405. After returning to Tokyo, Soseki developed hemorrhoids and received outpatient treatment.
  406. After returning to Tokyo, he succeeded to the former name of his teacher Danjuro (IX) and took the name Gonjuro KAWARASAKI (II).
  407. After returning to his domain the following year, Tamaki started to visit domains in the Kyushu area advocating the Sonno Joi theory (supporting reverence for the Emperor and the expulsion of foreigners).
  408. After returning to his hometown, it is said that Naoo told his old friend Tota TANIGUCHI, 'I will stop SAIGO (Takamori) even if it means we both get stabbed.'
  409. After returning to service in the political sphere, Yorimori seemed to have fully realized the extent of Kiyomori's power, and took on a more obedient demeanor.
  410. After returning to the Fukuoka Domain, Ekiken bore heavy responsibilities for duties such as giving lectures of Neo-Confucianism, dealing with Korean envoys and solving a territorial dispute with the Saga Domain.
  411. After returning to the United Kingdom in 1897, he published a monograph, 'The Dolmens and Mounds in Japan,' in which he referred to a certain tumulus (of which the name was not mentioned), but now the tumulus he mentioned has been analogically considered as the Uwanabe-kofun Tumulus.
  412. After returning to the daimyo position, they were assigned more important posts by the Shogunate such as sobayonin (lord chamberlain) and post of roju (member of shogun's council of elders).
  413. After returning to the domain, he studied at the Shoka Sonjuku private school, and was referred to as one of the top three students, along with Shinsaku TAKASUGI and Toshimaro YOSHIDA.
  414. After returning to the interior of Japan, Masamune DATE who was the lord of Ujisato's former fiefdom sent an young assassin reputed to have been 16 years old.
  415. After returning to the post, Shigemori actively engaged himself in Imperial affairs.
  416. After returning to the service of the Tokugawa family
  417. After returning, Andronik was buried alive and shot death by the Bolshevik regime, and he was later canonized as a martyr.
  418. After reviewing weapons to replace piercing weapons having a long handle with weapons suitable for group tactics, spears were considered to be a main weapon, which led to the introduction and widespread use of firearms matchlock guns that used gunpowder.
  419. After revising the timetable on November 10, 2007, a partial operation of Line No. 27 came under the conrol of Tanabe Office at Keihan Uji Bus.
  420. After revisions and corrections were made to it, it was resubmitted 10 years later on October 26th, 830, and put into effect on December 5th of the same year.
  421. After revisions and corrections were made to it, it was resubmitted 10 years later on October 30, 830, and put into effect on December 9 of the same year.
  422. After rinsing is over, hold the ladle vertically and rinse it by pouring some water over its shaft.
  423. After rising to chief manager of Fujita Gumi, Kuhara struck out on his own.
  424. After roasting a dumpling lightly, soy sauce is put on, and it is roasted again.
  425. After robbery became more common in 9th century, the Imperial Court sent military aristocrats to Togoku (eastern part of Japan) as kokushi (provincial governors) to discourage such acts.
  426. After running through such scenery, the trains arrive at Nara Station where the Sakurai Line diverges.
  427. After sacred Shinto music and dancing has been performed, kagura taimatsu (pine torch in the shape of a tea whisk) is carried around in the precincts of the shrine.
  428. After saving MINAMOTO no Yoritomo at the Battle of Ishibashiyama, he was given important positions, such as Samurai-dokoro shoshi (Deputy Chief of the Board of vassals) and Umaya-no-betto (chief of Umaya-no-tsukasa, ministry of the stables).
  429. After searching prefectures in Japan, he captured and killed Katabu in Ainohara, Mishima County (present Ai, Ibaraki City, Osaka Prefecture).
  430. After securing political initiative thanks to cooperation by Tsunemune, Goshirakawa began selecting a new emperor.
  431. After seeing him off, Honzo shouts to the retainers, "bring my horse" and rides away on his horse, leaving behind his wife and daughter who are in a shock.
  432. After seeing the upset Oshikatsu's army heading for Takashima County, Itaji and his allies hurried horses and entered Echizen Province earlier than the enemy did, killing the son of Oshikatsu, FUJIWARA no Shikachi, Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) of Echizen Province.
  433. After seeing them leave, Gengobe leaves as well saying that he gives up Koman.
  434. After seeking its origin through "Nihon Shoki" and other history books, it is found that Kinsekibun (words written on metal or stones) is used at the epitaph of Funeno Ogo, who was reburied in the Emperor Tenmu era, saying Funeno Ogo is granted the post by the Choku of the Emperor Jomei.
  435. After seizing political power, he ambitiously undertook reform measures, but died at the relatively young age of 39.
  436. After selecting the threads to be used, the Mon design template is inputted into a computer.
  437. After selling out a ranch in Urikari (present-day south-eastern part of Obihiro City) in 1916, the activities of Banseisha LP virtually suspended.
  438. After separated from Kenmu Government in 1335, Takauji ASHIKAGA was defeated in a battle against the troops of Yoshisada NITTA in Kyoto in January 1336.
  439. After separated from Shonosuke, Yae fearlessly fought saying 'Gun more than sewing,' but finally surrendered the castle after engraving a poem 'Who would see the moon in my familiar sky tomorrow night?' on the castle wall using a Kanzashi (an ornamental hairpin).
  440. After separating from the Shinsengumi, Ito advised his comrades to learn English.
  441. After served the Tosho family (the hereditary lineage of Court nobles occupying relatively high ranks), he lived in the Rakushisha (Kyorai's hermitage named after the persimmons in the garden fell in a typhoon) in Sagano in Kyoto where Basho MATSUO wrote "Saga nikki" (Saga diary).
  442. After serving Nobukatsu ODA, Tadashige became the vassal of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI as the lord of Kariya-jo Castle.
  443. After serving Tofukumonin, Chugu (second consort of the emperor) of the Emperor Gomizunoo, she married Bansui MATSUDA and had two boys and three daughters.
  444. After serving as Jiju (Imperial Household Agency staff), Ukone no Gon no Shosho (Provisional Minor Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards), and Sakone no Gon no Chujo (Provisional Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards), he was appointed to Jusanmi Sangi (Junior Third Rank, Councilor) in 1655 and joined Kugyo (court noble).
  445. After serving as Kurodo (Chamberlain), Shuri no suke (assistant officer of the Office of Palace Repairs), and Saemon no jo (third-ranked officer of the Left Division of Outer Palace Guards), he was sequentially appointed to Noto no kuni no kami (Governor of Noto Province), Tosa no kuni no kami (Governor of Tosa Province), and then Mutsu no kuni no kami (Governor of Mutsu Province).
  446. After serving as Kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain) and Benkan (Controller of Oversight Department), he became Sangi (Royal Advisors) and Sadaiben (Controller of the Left) in 1850.
  447. After serving as Military Councilor in 1911, he was incorporated in reserve duty, then retired in 1918.
  448. After serving as No-shomu jikan (undersecretary of Ministry of Agriculture and Commerce), he became the Minister of Agriculture and Commerce under the First Yamagata Cabinet on December 24, 1889.
  449. After serving as Sahyoe no jo (third-ranked officer of Sahyoe-fu, the Left Division of Middle Palace Guards), he became Uemon no shojo in 1170.
  450. After serving as Sakone gon no chujo (Provisional Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards), he became Toka no sechie Geben (a kugyo who supervised many matters outside Jomei Gate at the Imperial Court Ceremony called Toka no sechie) and became Junii Gon Chunagon (Junior Second Rank, provincial vice-councilor of state) in 1824.
  451. After serving as Sakone no shosho (Minor Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards) and Sakone no chujo, he was appointed to Chugushiki (Office of the Consort's Household) of Fusako TAKATSUKASA, the second consort of the Emperor Reigen as well as becoming Jusanmi in 1683 and was raised to Kugyo.
  452. After serving as Sama no kami (head of the Imperial Stables of the Left) and Shuri daibu (in charge of palace repairs and construction), he became a councilor in 939.
  453. After serving as Shikibu no jo (Secretary of the Ministry of Rites), he became admitted to the imperial court with the conferment of the official court rank of Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and the appointment as Omi no kuni no Kami (Governor of Omi Province).
  454. After serving as Shimazu's assistant director, he made his directorial debut in 1925 with "Nanto no Haru" (lit. "Spring in the Southern Islands"), for which he was also writer and screenwriter.
  455. After serving as Tenmon hakase, Seimei went beyond Onmyoryo, successively holding various government posts such as Kazue no gon no suke, Daizen taifu, Sakyo no gon no daifu and the magistrate of the powerful Harima Province and climbed to 'Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).'
  456. After serving as Toka no sechie Geben (a Kugyo who supervised the event of toka [ceremonial mass singing and stomp dancing] called Toka no sechie held at the Imperial Court on around the fifteenth day of the first month of the year, outside the Shomeimon gate of the Kyoto imperial palace) and Chunagon (Middle Counselor), it was in 1719 when he became Dainagon (Major Counselor).
  457. After serving as Udaiben (Major Controller of the Right), he became Chunagon (Vice-Councilor of State) with the rank of Jusani (Junior Third Rank) in 851.
  458. After serving as Zoeikyo (minister for making and Mending Palaces) of Kuni-kyo capital and Rusukan (officer to guard while master's away), he was promoted to Chunagon (vice- councilor of state) in 745.
  459. After serving as a Juji of Myoho-ji Temple, Keichu lived his last years at Enju-an hermitage in Kozu, Settsu Province.
  460. After serving as a Metsuke (inspector), he became the leader of the Ninth Unit in 1865.
  461. After serving as a privy counselor, he was conferred the title of viscount.
  462. After serving as a professor for Osaka Women's University, he is now a professor at Kobe University.
  463. After serving as an accountant, he became an equestrian master.
  464. After serving as an officer of Emonfu (Headquarter of the Outer Palace Guards) and the provincial governor of Etchu Province, he was appointed to Ushoben (Minor Controller of the Right) in 1061 as well as Monjo hakase in 1065.
  465. After serving as assembly member of Koishikawa Ward, the next year, in 1890, he ran in the first general election for the House of Representatives from Taisei-kai Party to be elected.
  466. After serving as chief of the local administrative assemblies council and senior official in the Ministry of the Interior, he became governor of Tokyo in 1877.
  467. After serving as manager of Qingdao City branch, in 1939 Mishima returned to the head office to become auditor.
  468. After serving as staff officer of the Imperial Guard Division, on June 18, he was promoted to colonel of the army engineers and chief of staff of the Imperial Guard Division; and in April, he departed for the front of the Sino-Japanese War.
  469. After serving as takiguchi (the Imperial Palace Guards for the north side), they were appointed to military officers such as kurodo (chamberlain) to guard inside the Imperial Court and kebiishi (police and judicial chiefs) to serve as police for the city of Kyoto.
  470. After serving as the President of the Department of Literature at Tokyo Imperial University (currently the Dean of the Department of Literature at the University of Tokyo), he worked as the Chancellor of the same university, a member of Kizokuin (the House of Peers), and then the Minister of Education successively during the third Ito administration.
  471. After serving as the chief staff officer of Kangunbu (an organization of Japanese Army), in November, 1893, moved to Chief of the 6th Infantry Brigade, and at this time, he departed to the front of Sino-Japanese War.
  472. After serving as the governor of Okinawa Prefecture for two years, Michitoshi became Shiho-taifu (active minister of the Ministry of Justice) and persuaded the national government about importance of developing Hokkaido and establishing the Hokkaido Agency (1886-1947).
  473. After serving as the lord of Anezaki Domain in Kazusa Province, the lord of Ono Domain in Echizen Province and the lord of Matsumoto Domain in Shinano Province, he became the first lord of Matsue Domain in Izumo Province.
  474. After serving as zuryo as described above, military aristocrats often became zuryo of other provinces or were appointed to be military officers such as emonfu jo (lieutenant at the outer palace guard headquarters) and senior or junior secretaries of Gyobusho (Ministry of Justice).
  475. After serving at Kyoto's Higashiyama for several years, Shuho Myocho earned the devotion of Norimura AKAMATSU (Enshin) in 1315 and established a small temple in the Murasakino area of Rakuhoku.
  476. After serving at a temple in Mino Province, he became the 43rd priest of Myoshin-ji Temple; he later moved from Sofuku-ji Temple in Mino Province (Gifu City) to Kai Province.
  477. After serving for four years, he was given a land of 12,000 koku of Maoka Domain in Shimotsuke Province in 1611 and received in audience by Hidetada in Edo.
  478. After serving in Japanese-Sino War, his post was Yamagata (the 32th Infantry Regiment) before Aomori.
  479. After serving temporarily in the Ministry of Army, he became Army Major General and Deputy Director General of Ex-legionary headquarters.
  480. After serving the Commander of Tsushima Safety Force (Japanese Army), in February 1898, he went on to Chujyo (First Lieutenant) of Japanese Army and was appointed as Chief of the 3rd Shidan (division) by Emperor.
  481. After serving their terms, land and shops were provided to those who wished to do business in Edo, and fields were provided for peasants, and tools for carpenters.
  482. After serving, in Kyoto, Motoosa MIBU, a court noble who advocated Sonno Joi, he joined the Imperial Army in the Boshin and the Hokuetsu War.
  483. After settling in Kyoto, he was engaged to eradicate the violence of warriors in order to construct a good relationship with the court, playing an important role in the Yoritomo's pro-Kyoto policy.
  484. After several act amendments an institution that would guarantee the future and rights of the soldiers was introduced.
  485. After several changes (see The changes in the court and the official ranks), the foundation of the court rank system was established under the Taiho (701) and the Yoro (718) codes.
  486. After several changes were made these town societies were reorganized into a total of 28 'school districts' in 1892.
  487. After several days of the doctrinal debate, he finally admitted that Dogen's views were superior to his and asked for Dogen's guidance, although Dogen was younger than him by 2 years.
  488. After several days of the main pickling, they are put in a cellar, heated and fermented.
  489. After several hundred years of circulation, however, some coins were considerably broken, chipped off or worn out.
  490. After several months, affairs once again changed; Takauji ASHIKAGA who had beaten the force of Godaigo invited the Retired Emperor Kogon as Chiten no kimi, commencing the cloistered government with the Retired Emperor Kogon.
  491. After several promotions, in 1867, Hirofusa was appointed to Shoshiinoge Kurodo no To (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade, Head Chamberlain).
  492. After several years of shosei, she ascended the throne as an empress regent at Asuka kiyomihara no miya Imperial residence in 690.
  493. After shaving or pulling out eyebrows, oval-shaped 'tenjo-mayu' eyebrows were drawn with ink at positions higher than the removed eyebrows.
  494. After shaving or pulling out eyebrows, thin arc-shaped eyebrows were drawn with ink.
  495. After shaving, a vice is used to apply pressure, then it is prevented from drying and then lined with paper.
  496. After she became Nyogo of Emperor Enyu, there was a big fire after she made an Imperial Consort's bridal entry into the court, she was called 'Hinomiya' (Princess fire) her nickname was 'Hinomiya' (Imperial Princess), although she had a noble background, she had many misfortunes in her life.
  497. After she became Yoriie's concubine, she gave birth to their first son, Ichiman, in 1198 when Yoriie was 17.
  498. After she became queen, there were few people who saw her, and only one boy went in and out of her room to serve her food and drink.
  499. After she came back to Japan, Shuzo KUKI was born on February 15, 1888.
  500. After she had called herself Haikyoni (literally, "the defeated nun of mirror") and had prayed to Buddha for the happiness of the dead members of the Kusunoki clan, she left there in the period of war to live in seclusion in Okunoin, Nagataki kamagatani, Ijira-mura, Mino Province.
  501. After she had reached Osaka by orders of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI in the Bunroku War, she was taken as hostage in the residence of the Otomo clan near Osaka-jo Castle.
  502. After she handed over the reigns of the government to Emperor Gokongo in 1353, she maintained her reign in the government as the head of the Northern Court, and died in 1357.
  503. After she left the group, she became a chief instructor of Okinawa Actors School where his father serves as the president and brought a lot of idol singers and groups, such as Namie AMURO, MAX (a music group), SPEED and DA PUMP, into show business.
  504. After she moved to Tokyo with her brother's support, she married and had two children with a husband who passed away earlier.
  505. After she passed away in 789, she was posthumously conferred the court rank of Empress Dowager in 790 and then Grand Empress Dowager in 806.
  506. After she raised Ugayafukiaezu, whose mother was Toyotamabime and whose father was Hoori (meaning Ugayafukiaezu was Tamayoribime's nephew), she became his wife and gave birth to Itsuse no Mikoto, Inahi no Mikoto, Mikenu no Mikoto, and Kamuyamatoiwarebiko (the Emperor Jinmu).
  507. After she returned to Kyoto on February 23, 715, she was conferred Sanbon (third rank) and was given the right to collect tax from 100 more families.
  508. After she returned to the capital, she remained at the Saho residence and took on the role of toji (wife) to lead the Otomo clan and manage the household.
  509. After she starred in with Ryunosuke TSUKIGATA, who had a wife and child, when she was 'Teruko Makino' (マキノ輝子), she committed adultery and ran off with him and had a daughter.
  510. After she started living in Tokyo, she socialized with a wide range of people such as Iesato of the Tokugawa family or other Imperial family or Tenshoin and so on.
  511. After she studied in England, she worked as an interpreter or an adviser on clothing.
  512. After she was given the ippon (the first Imperial Princes' rank) in 1024, she resigned due to infirmities of old age on October 17, 1031 and became a priest on October 23.
  513. After she was granted a special pardon and discharged from prison at the age of 40 in 1903, she played herself with her own career on koza (the stage on which a rakugo storyteller sits) of yose (storyteller theater) and other stages.
  514. After she went back to Kyoto, she became the Empress of her half older brother, Imperial Prince Yamanobe (Emperor Kanmu).
  515. After shoen koryo sei (the system of public lands and private estates) disappeared in the Muromachi period, Sanda Domain was formed as a castle town.
  516. After shogitai (group of former Tokugawa retainers opposed to the Meiji government who fought in the Battle of Ueno) was defeated at Ueno in the following month, he announced 'Kyojakuron' (A theory of the strong and the weak) on that paper, severely saying as follows.
  517. After shooting at the long-range target, the archer rides along the track in the other direction and fires at the short-range target.
  518. After shooting the first arrow in the war between Yoritomo and the Taira clan, Tsunetaka fought with his elder brother, Sadatsuna SASAKI, using swords and finally killed Nobuto.
  519. After shooting what is said to be his representative work "Ani to Sono Imoto" (A Brother And His Younger Sister) in 1939, he moved to Toho and directed major works such as "Shirasagi" (Snowy Heron).
  520. After showing an overall direction, his project was interrupted by the betrayal of Mitsuhide AKECHI, one of his senior vassals, and this forced him to commit suicide.
  521. After sick Masahiro transferred the headship of the family to Yoshioki in 1494, Hironori assisted the young lord.
  522. After sitting the imae position (the correct seating position for the host when performing tea ceremony), the host purifies chaki (tea utensils) and a chashaku (bamboo tea spoon for making Japanese tea) deftly with fukusa (small cloth for wiping tea utensils) and after that, additionally purifies a hishaku.
  523. After slashing, Kagenobu TOJO himself fell from a horse and ran away, thus Nichiren managed to survive.
  524. After soaking in brine for twenty-four hours, dry in the sun.
  525. After soaking, rice is spread to maintain humidity.
  526. After some Imperial messengers were sent to Itsukinomiya, Imperial Princess Asahara returned to Heiankyo (the ancient capital of Heian).
  527. After some desperate fighting from Mototada, the castle eventually succumbed, but the garrison's efforts dramatically affected the strategies of the subsequent battle.
  528. After some time after opening, it would be hard to handle Ajitsuke nori which sticks together or becomes sticky when holding it due to seasonings leaking out after absorbing humidity.
  529. After some time had passed it was written in the 1697 honsosho (book of herbs) "Honcho shokkan" (mirror of food in our country) that udon noodles were items for cold times and hiyamugi noodles were good for hot times.
  530. After some time of conclusion of a peace, Ryoan who was in Kyoto with Tadatsune died of illness in Osaka.
  531. After some time, the yakimiso is broken in two.
  532. After some time, they came downhill and moved their headquarters to the main hall of Todai-ji Temple, from where they attacked Tamonyama-jo Castle.
  533. After spending July 6 and 7, 1579 for calling on other warlords to surrender, Mitsuhide entered the Azuchi-jo Castle on July 8 (There is a view that he entered the Azuchi-jo Castle on July 7).
  534. After spending half of his life in Japan devoting himself to his missionary work, late in his life he fell ill in Nagasaki and died in 1609 at the age of 76.
  535. After spreading the rice on the laver from the left center to the right center, spread it up and down with 1 cm margin left on both sides.
  536. After sprinkling gold or silver powder, lacquer is applied over the entire surface of the piece; when it is dried, the lacquer layer is polished down with a piece of charcoal to reveal the pattern of makie layer.
  537. After sprinkling, rice is gathered in the center forming a big bun-like shape and wrap with a cloth.
  538. After squeezing out excess moisture from tofu, it is mixed with grated Japanese yam, carrots, burdock roots, shiitake mushrooms, kelp, and ginkgo nuts, shaped roundly, and deep-fried.
  539. After stabbing to death, from behind, Kojuro KUSUNOKI, a spy of the Choshu clan, he laughed and said, "Oh, I feel good."
  540. After standing neutral during the Battle of Shizugatake in 1583, in which Hideyoshi HASHIBA defeated Katsuie SHIBATA, the Mori clan turned its wait and see attitude and obeyed Hideyoshi.
  541. After starting operation of a new trunk railway line, France developed full-scale super-high-speed TGV trains in 1981 and achieved the world fastest speed in business operation of 260 km/s with the train, surpassing the record of the Shinkansen line.
  542. After starting to move his forces, Mitsunari attacked Fushimi-jo Castle, guarded by Mototada TORII, a longtime senior vassal to Ieyasu, with a force of 40,000 soldiers, and in the fight, Mototada was killed and Fushimi-jo Castle came under Mitsunari (the Battle of Fushimi-jo Castle).
  543. After starting trade, Korean rice was exported excessively, and price of rice soared.
  544. After staying at Ichijodani-jo Castle, the headquarters of Asakura clan, Kiyonobu asked Yoshikage ASAKURA to raise an army with Yoshiaki as its head to attack Shogun Yoshihide, but Yoshikage did not act at all.
  545. After staying dormant during the fall and winter, the buds will develop and will come into bloom as the ambient temperatures rise in the spring.
  546. After staying for some time in Ise Province, Yoshimi was persuaded by Katsumoto and Yoshimasa into returning to the Eastern camp, but he ran away again and went to Hiei-zan temple.
  547. After staying in Toyama on September 30, the Emperor headed for Kaga province in the morning of October 2.
  548. After staying in Yoshizaki for a while, he joined his second older brother Renjo who had fled to Ecchu Province.
  549. After staying in the U.S. for one year and three months, he held personal exhibitions in several locations on the West Coast, but they were not accepted by people there.
  550. After staying one night, lotus flowers are in full bloom filling up the floor, and in seven days, they reach enlightenment, visit the land of each Amida or Bosatsu, and then after a long time, they gain mushobonin.
  551. After steaming white rice and cooling it down to about 30 degrees, add rice malt and water (second addition).
  552. After steaming, let the tamago dofu cool slightly and then place in a refrigerator to cool.
  553. After stepping down from the throne, the Retired Emperor Junna lived here with Empress Dowager, Imperial Princess Masako (Dowager Empress Junna, Emperor Saga's Imperial Princess), and died in seven years.
  554. After stripping the shell off the prawn, remove the digestive tract from the back of the prawn and stretch the prawn in the reverse direction not to be rolled up.
  555. After studing many measures, including the way of detaching the mural paintings from the walls for restoration at a different place, it was finally decided to conserve them at the site without discomposing them.
  556. After studying Zen Buddhism of the Rinzai sect at temples including Engaku-ji Temple and Shokoku-ji Temple, he switched to the Soto sect and succeeded to the teachings of Isshu Shoi.
  557. After studying as a pupil of Koin in Enjo-ji Temple, he returned to Kamakura and became the head priest of Tsuruoka Hachimangu-ji Temple by courtesy of Masako HOJO on June 20, 1217 (old calendar).
  558. After studying at Daigaku Nanko (the predecessor of the University of Tokyo), he graduated from Meihoryo (Institute for Legal Studies) of Ministry of Justice as a member of the inaugural class in 1876 and then studied in Paris, France.
  559. After studying at Heidelberg University in Germany, he returned to Japan from three-year study abroad in 1887, and then he re-entered the Ministry of Finance and was assigned to the tax bureau.
  560. After studying at Hibiya High School, Tokyo, and Daiichi High School (the first old-education-system high school) he entered the Department of Political Science, School of Law, Imperial University (later Tokyo Imperial University, present the Faculty of Low at Tokyo University).
  561. After studying at Meirinkan, he learned medical science in Nagasaki, then went to Germany to study medical science as an overseas student of his domain in 1868.
  562. After studying at a kangakuin (Fujiwara clan daigaku-besso (academic facility for nobles) or schools established at temples), he entered the Buddhist priesthood under Ganpo of Daigo-ji Temple before going on to study under Ichijo and Myochin.
  563. After studying at a private school of Chinese classics, he entered a hanko (public school for the children of samurai), Meirinkan, in 1852 and learned swordplay as well.
  564. After studying at hanko (a domain school) called Meirinkan, in 1857, at the age of 16, he entered Shoka Sonjuku School by Shoin YOSHIDA introduced by Shokai TSUCHIYA.
  565. After studying esoteric Buddhism at To-ji Temple, Keisei visited the Southern Sung Dynasty in 1217 and returned home in the following year.
  566. After studying in Germany, he took his doctorate on "Tokei Riyo ni okeru Kihon Mondai" (Basic Problems in Using Statistics), but he was promoted to full professor much later in 1942.
  567. After studying in Nagasaki, he resigned from his duties to the feudal domain and abandoned the headship of the family by adopting his younger sister's husband.
  568. After studying the Japanese language, he headed to Kyoto from Hirado in 1564.
  569. After studying these textbooks, students advanced to the professional course, and for example, in the case of 40 students of medicine, 24 students advanced to the course of "tairyo" (internal medicine), 6 to the course of "soshu" (surgery), 6 to the course of "shosho" (pediatrics), and 4 to the course of ear, eye, mouth, and tooth.
  570. After studying under Enni, first chief priest of Tofuku-ji Temple, he left to study in Northern Song period China at the age of 40 and returned to Japan over 10 years later in 1262.
  571. After studying under Honen for 23 years, he attained the in-depth doctrine of Jodo-kyo and inherited Endon Bosatsu-kai Bodhisattva Precepts.
  572. After studying under Kangen of Hannya-ji Temple, he became a priest, learned the religious precepts, and received denpo-kanjo (the consecration for the Transmission of the Dharma) in 925.
  573. After studying under Kouchi, a monk of Ono-dera Temple in Shimotsuke Province, and becoming a monk, he went to Mt. Hiei and studied Exoteric Buddhism as well as Esoteric Buddhism under Saicho and Ennin.
  574. After studying under Nanbo Shomyo in Kencho-ji Temple in Kamakura and Keizan Jokin in Yoko-ji Temple in Noto Province, he founded Unju-ji Temple in Izumo Province.
  575. After studying under a doctor of his native domain Seian TAKEBE, at the age of 25, he went to Edo to enter a private school called Shirando ran by a rangakusha Gentaku OTSUKI who was a senior pupil of TAKEBE in the same hometown.
  576. After stuffing the fish cavity with salt, transfer the fish to a barrel, put a small lid directly over the fish with a weight placed on top of it, and then store the barrel in a cool place.
  577. After subduing Masakado, Sadamori was awarded Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) (other theory suggests that he was awarded Shogoinojo [Senior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade)] for his great efforts to defeat rebels such as Masakado, while overcoming hardships for many years.
  578. After subjugation of Takeda, an envoy of Nobutada ODA visited Princess Matsu who escaped to Hachioji to bring her back.
  579. After submitting his resignation, Mototsune ceased to attend the Imperial Court.
  580. After succeeding as the head of the Kobayakawa clan, Hideaki sold out from the Western to the Eastern Camp in 1600 during the Battle of Sekigahara after Takakage died, which invited frowns of disgust.
  581. After succeeding the position of shogun, Yoshimune abolished most of the laws and ordinances which were enacted according to the 'Shotoku no chi' (political reforms) established by Hakuseki ARAI.
  582. After succeeding to the family headship at the age of 19, Motoharu came to be called 'Koriyama-dono.'
  583. After succesfuly doing away with Nobunaga at Honno-ji Temple, he took an active role in the Battle of Yamazaki, which was fought against Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI upon his return from the Chugoku region; however, his forces were routed and he fled.
  584. After successfully running down the hill, the Yoshitsune's army drove into the Taira battle formation.
  585. After successive promotions since ennoblement in 1499, he became Sangi (councilor) and was raised to Kugyo in 1512.
  586. After successive promotions since then, he became Jusanmi (Junior 3rd Rank) and was raised to Kugyo in 1575.
  587. After successively serving as member of the mobilization planning committee, member of the committee for revision of educational regulations, and instructor of Japanese and Chinese classics in elective course, on August 10, 1901, he was ordered to enter the Army Toyama School as a student to learn shooting, and graduated on December 24.
  588. After such a big incident as having shaken the Toyotomi government occurred, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI ordered all Daimyo to come to Kyoto to make the situation calm down.
  589. After such a political turmoil was concluded, the government started an argument on the reform of the stipend system again in November, and proposed a new tax which would be imposed upon Karoku as a transitional measure until complete abolition of the stipend, and a Karoku returning system which was conceived by Shigenobu OKUMA.
  590. After such photographing, IRIE published the photo album called "Omizutori" by Sansaisha (publishing company) in 1968 and the one "Todaiji Temple and Omizutori" by Shueisha Inc. in 1981.
  591. After suffering defeat in the naval Battle at Dan no ura, Norimori committed suicide, throwing himself into the sea along with his brother Tsunemori.
  592. After suffering for long years, my illness has gradually made me feel depressed.'
  593. After suffering hardship from the Sohma Incident, he came back to public service in April 1, 1895, on the recommendation of his friend.
  594. After suppressing the rebellion by MINAMOTO no Yoshichika, Tadamori became inshi (official of the Retired Emperor's Office), was appointed to shoshii, the highest rank for military aristocrats, and gained power as the leader of samurai families.
  595. After surrender, he presented himself at the New government.
  596. After surrendering the castle, his skill of shooting was valued, and Ujimitsu was called to serve Hideyoshi and Toshiie MAEDA, with a stipend of more than 3,000 koku crop yield.
  597. After surrendering to Nobunaga ODA in 1575, the town flourished as an autonomous city, ranking with Sakai City which faces Osaka Bay.
  598. After surrendering, the fief of Tadamasa was transferred to Ei, the land worthwhile 10,000 koku of rice, and later transferred to Chosa, the land worthwhile 20,000-koku of rice.
  599. After surviving the destruction of the entire Taira family at Dan-no-Ura in 1185, she entered the nunnery at Jakko-in Temple with her lady-in-waiting, Awa no naiji where she spent the remainder of her life.
  600. After suspendeded for a while, he was released to go back to his hometown on December 25, 1869.
  601. After taking a part in Boshin War, in March 1871, he entered the Japanese Army to belong to Goshimpei (army to convoy the Emperor).
  602. After taking a part in a campaign for the Boshin War, he went to Tokyo in 1869 to study at Shoheizaka Gakumonjo (Shoheizaka School), the predecessor of Tokyo University, and further more at Zoshikan school of Satsuma Domain.
  603. After taking a rest, Bando joined Nikkatsu Studio in 1937 with the help of his friend Masahiro MAKINO, whose company called Makino Talkie Seisaku-jo (Makino Talkie Production) had just been closed, and with the help of Takejiro OTANI, the president of Shochiku who headed Nikkatsu.
  604. After taking control of kokuga (provincial government office compounds) in Kazusa Province, Tadakiyo forgot Hirotsun's favor and took a high-handed attitude and detained Yoshitsune, son of Hirotsune, who was visiting Kyoto for pleading.
  605. After taking hot spring cure with the medicinal effects of Yunomine-onsen Hot Spring in Kumano for 49 days, Oguri completely recovered and was able to restore his body.
  606. After taking it home and putting it near her bed, she became pregnant and gave birth to a baby boy.
  607. After taking part in Boshi War, in April 1870, he was assigned to the 3rd battalion, then appointed as First Lieutenant of Army for the first time in May 1871.
  608. After taking part in a campaign of the Boshin War, he enrolled Kaisei School (later Tokyo University) in 1870 upon the recommendation of the Tottori Domain.
  609. After taking refuge at Oshima
  610. After taking the first player's card, the second player shows one of the te-fuda to the third player.
  611. After taking various positions such as Jiju (Imperial Household Agency staff) and Sakonoe no shosho (Minor Captain of the Left Division of the Inner Palace Guards), he rose to the official rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank), Ukonoe no chujo (Middle Captain of the Right Division of the Inner Place Guards) to rank with Kugyo.
  612. After talking about two hours, Okubo described his 30 year plan when Yamayoshi was about to leave.
  613. After tane is simply put on the sharidama, a nigiri-zushi is complete and served.
  614. After tax collection capability by the Imperial Court diminished and the expenses for entertaining the envoy and kaishi became burden, Japan side added the limitations to have the envoy's visit once in 12 years, but the exchange had continued until the fall of Bo Hai.
  615. After teaching the Japanese tea ceremony to Kazumichi ARISAWA's heir, Kazuyoshi ARISAWA, Fumai ordered to establish Meimeian tea hut in the Arisawa's main residence and later Kandenan tea hut in his villa.
  616. After tegoto becomes gradually slower and finishes, atouta, taking over this, gradually begins but soon becomes faster and forms the last climax.
  617. After temporary closure due to the Sanpo War in 1510, Seiho (port of Sei) was resumed by the treaty between Tsushima and Korea in 1512, and then Busanpo Wakan was also resumed in 1521.
  618. After ten days, while Osan worked smart, Jihe failed in any way to devote himself to his work, and always laid under the kotatsu (table with heater).
  619. After ten years on the throne, his enthronement ceremony was finally held in the Hall for State Ceremonies took place on March 29, 1535, after collecting donations from all over Japan.
  620. After ten years, he returned to Japan with a branch with leaves and a branch with fruit, but Emperor Suinin had already passed away.
  621. After ten years, the Imperial throne was passed from Emperor Hanazono to Emperor Godaigo, as it was agreed beforehand, Imperial Prince Kuniyoshi was appointed as Crown Prince.
  622. After tensonkorin (the descent to earth of the grandson of the sun goddess), Ninigi met the daughter of Oyamatsumi, Konohana no sakuya-bime, and then Oyamatsumi gave Konohana no sakuya-bime and her older sister Iwanaga-hime to Ninigi.
  623. After that
  624. After that Chosen Tsushinshi came everytime the Shogun changed.
  625. After that Daichi founded Kida-ji Temple in Kaga Province and also Shogo-ji Temple in Higo Province.
  626. After that Emperor Gosanjo abdicated from the throne after being in power around five years and he died, Yomeimonin adopted the granddaughter left by the Emperor, Imperial Princess Tokushi and gave her much affection while bringing her up.
  627. After that Emperor started to rule the government directly with Motohiro KONOE's support.
  628. After that Harumoto continued to battle against Nagayoshi by supporting Shogun Yoshiharu ASHIKAGA, but he made peace in 1561 and died two years later.
  629. After that Hisahide was involved in shogunate government, following Nagayoshi.
  630. After that Imperial Prince Asahiko, as chief mourner of the Shinto Shrine, put his efforts into restoring traditional Imperial event, he died in 1891 when he was sixty eight years.
  631. After that Jokei took the name Kichizaemon for the first time.
  632. After that Kugo and lord prayed to shini (deity) and the Emperor's seat and signed on hotosho (document to reply to the throne) one by one.
  633. After that MINAMOTO no Takaakira said that he intended to let Emperor abdicate from the throne, he was demoted to Dazaifu (the Anna Incident).
  634. After that Michitaka's successor, his younger brother FUJIWARA no Michikane, also died, and there was a struggle between another younger brother, FUJIWARA no Michinaga, and Korechika to become successor for the position of Chancellor, but Emperor Ichijo appointed Michinaga as Nairan and did not make any further official decisions.
  635. After that Mitsuhide donated rice to Saikyo-ji Temple to mourn for the dead.
  636. After that Mitsuhide exits quickly through the hanamichi (passage through the audience) to the rhythm of an up-tempo drum roll.
  637. After that Mitsuhide makes Joha leave also, then he privately shows an unvarnished wooden box to Satsuki telling her about the agonizing indignity he suffered.
  638. After that Mochiuji hunted the remaining attendants of Ujinori, including the Iwamatsu clan and the Satake clan (originating from the Yamairi clan), and purged the opponents in Kanto region including territorial lords belonging to Kyoto fuchishu (samurai in Kanto and Tohoku regions who were direct vassals of Shogun).
  639. After that Monkan followed Emperor Godaigo who founded the Southern Court in Yoshino, and acted secretly with the aim of restoring direct Imperial rule.
  640. After that Murashiga ARAKI left Amagasaki-jo Castle and moved to Hanakuma-jo Castle in December.
  641. After that Naomasa lost his family name Ii, and renamed himself Toramatsu MATSUSHITA because his real mother had married Kiyokage MATSUSHITA, a vassal of the Imagawa clan.
  642. After that Nobunari received a news of Nobunaga falling ill and he confirmed the truth of the rumor with Katsuie SHIBATA.
  643. After that Oshima who left behind met Hideyoshi, and became his concubine.
  644. After that Ryoo recovered completely in several days.
  645. After that Sadamichi joined the Eastern Camp.
  646. After that Sadayakko and Momosuke spent a long time in separation.
  647. After that Shinnyodo Hall was built to memorialize Yoshiteru's spirit.
  648. After that Sukune's son, Katsuragi no okimi (Prince Katsuragi) changed his name to TACHIBANA no Moroe, his descendents called themselves the Tachibana clan.
  649. After that Tadafuyu ASHIKAGA intruded in Kyoto, but eventually he left for Kyushu.
  650. After that Tendo Domain sent its retainers to assault Akita Domain and to other operations.
  651. After that Tokuko spent Spring and Autumn in the mountain village of Ohara, she prayed to Amida Buddha and died in 1214, while Hoshi/Sukeko and Awa no Naishi were looking after her.
  652. After that Tokushima Domain also started to grow sugarcane and poured energy to breed, consequently made it possible to grow various places in the domain.
  653. After that Tosen stopped coming and going partly because the Kamakura bakufu fell.
  654. After that Yamauchi kept silent.
  655. After that Yoshihide encountered Yoshiuji ASHIKAGA (the third head of ASHIKAGA family) at a bridge in front of Mandokoro (Administrative Board).
  656. After that Yoshimasa appealed to Yoshikane of Kazusa Province about Masakado's rebellion.
  657. After that Yoshinao restored the Tacchu Sonju-in Temple of Ninna-ji Temple in Kyoto, and became a chief priest.
  658. After that Yoshinobu had concubines named Nobu SHINMURA and Sachi NAKANE, but all of Yoshinobu's children born of those concubines were raised as Mikako's children.
  659. After that Yoshitoki HOJO became Shikken, tried hard to establish the power of Hojo clan, but Yoshimori WADA, Samurai-dokoro betto (the superior of the Board of Retainers), appeared as an opposing force.
  660. After that a book called Yamaji no tsuyu was made.'
  661. After that a skylight and Furosaki window were incorporated, which enabled him to design more effective lighting.
  662. After that a statue of Shinran was placed and it became called Otani-Eido (eido means a hall of image), but it was destructed later by the infighting of the sect.
  663. After that also, many priests of great sanctity and learning including Ninsho appeared one after another and efforts to restore devastated kokubunji (provincial monasteries) in various provinces were made.
  664. After that although some retired emperor ruled the cloistered government, it was different from the head of the Imperial Family ruling politics, therefore, this type of government could not be called Chiten.
  665. After that as well, he was appointed to Dainagon (chief councilor of state) in 1359, after assuming Sangi (a councilor), Chunagon (vice-councilor of state) and Kebiishi no betto (the chief of Kebiishi (police-like office) in Kyoto).
  666. After that date to 1868, the first year of the Meiji period, the diary remains almost in the original form, although intermittently lost; especially for a little less than 200 years after 1674, the diary mostly survived with only about ten years lost.
  667. After that gentleman passed away, she got remarried to Kazumoto KURIHARA (栗原一素).
  668. After that he advances to the positions of Gon Chunagon (Provisional Middle Counselor), Udaisho ((Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) and Nadaijin (Minister of the Interior) before finally becoming a Dajodaijin (Grand Minister).
  669. After that he also contributed to construct the Nishinomaru oniwa yaki (the western enclosure terrace kiln) and Minato Goten Seineiken kiln.
  670. After that he also joined the attack on Narimasa SASSA and the Kyushu Conquest serving under Hideyoshi and died at the age of 56 in 1589.
  671. After that he became Saemon no jo (third-ranked officer of the Left Division of Outer Palace).
  672. After that he became Vice Admiral.
  673. After that he became the first lord of the Hikone Domain, Omi Province.
  674. After that he chased the retreating Japanese navy and died during the war.
  675. After that he continued to work as Nobunaga's retainer, taking part in the siege of Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple.
  676. After that he died in 1868.
  677. After that he entered into priesthood and called himself Keian Dohaku and died on July 28, 1628.
  678. After that he established Tokyo Yoshin Hospital and Meikyo Life Insurance Company and so on; he not only developed medicine, but also built so many businesses that we cannot enumerate all of them.
  679. After that he filled various posts such as a nominated member of the House of Peers (1894-1905) and a member of the House of Representatives (1898-1902) successivly.
  680. After that he finds gold in bamboos every day, and the couple become rich.
  681. After that he had continued creation but died young at thirty.
  682. After that he had practiced swordplay more than anybody else.
  683. After that he kept serving as Mizuguchi zaiban and died in Edo on April 4, 1674.
  684. After that he learned Buddhism under Genko Shonin at Eizan Komponchudo.
  685. After that he lived as a statesman until he died.
  686. After that he lived in seclusion in Ikegami, Kuwata County, Tanba Province.
  687. After that he made progress and in 1850 became Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) Konoe no chujo (Middle Captain of the Palace Guards), and came to be seen as one of the Kugyo.
  688. After that he mediated the removal of the five nobles, which had been an arduous problem since the previous year, and worked on problems relating to their treatment, and on February 23 he improved their treatment and settled the matter at Enjuoin in Temmangu, Dazaifu and finally it was concluded.
  689. After that he moved up successively and became jiju (a chamberlain) in 1587.
  690. After that he often said, 'I want to die now so that I may see Takamoto again.'
  691. After that he participated in various battles and made some military glories, but his troop was still treated as a corps of rangers, even after major busho warriors were appointed lords to go into various directions, which meant his career was taking a step back from the other major vassals.
  692. After that he practiced Zen meditation in various temples, and in 1450 established Ryoan-ji Temple in Mt. Kinugasa in Kyoto, and then moved to Daitoku-ji Temple in 1453.
  693. After that he pursued a career as navy man and entered The United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, USA in 1870.
  694. After that he reached the cannon of the bell, wearing only loincloths, then yelled and threw it two to three ken (3.6m to 5.4m) off the coast, and it began to rain in torrents.
  695. After that he rendered distinguished service in the war against AZAI and ASAKURA.
  696. After that he returned to Yamashina no Miya family in 1885.
  697. After that he rose through the ranks from Gon chunagon (provisional middle councilor), Shonii (Senior Second Rank), Gon dainagon (provisional major councilor) to Naidaijin (lord keeper of the privy seal) in 1195.
  698. After that he served Nobunaga and appointed to the defense of Sakamoto-jo Castle in Omi.
  699. After that he served as Minbukyo (Minister of Popular Affairs), Sangi (councilor), Toka no sechie Geben (a kugyo who supervised many matters outside Jomei Gate at Toka no sechie [Imperial Court Ceremony]) and so on.
  700. After that he served as Shuei (guard) of Takatsuki Domain.
  701. After that he served bakufu as hokoshu.
  702. After that he successively assumed the posts such as undersecretary of the Ministry of the Agriculture and Commerce, Director of the Imperial Accounting Bureau, the Imperial Household Ministry, privy councilor and President of the Japanese Red Cross Society.
  703. After that he successively held half positions of governor of Kozuke Province and Kazusa Province, Jibu kyo (the minister of an official position in charge of surnames, succession, marriage and funerals of officials who were higher than the fifth rank), Hyobu kyo (the Minister of weapons) and Danjo no kami (the Minister of justice).
  704. After that he successively held positions like Dazai no sochi (Governor-General of the Dazai-fu offices), Danjoin (President of the Board of Censors), the Governor of Hitachi Province, the Governor of Kozuke Province, then he entred into the priesthood and went to live in seclusion in Ono, Shiga Country, Omi Province.
  705. After that he taught military science at the Military Staff College and after World War II, as a Major General, he insisted on continuing the war.
  706. After that he traveled up to Aizu, fighting in various places.
  707. After that he tried to discharge his duties to his father, making Genji's adopted daughter, Akikonomu, settle in the position of Empress, and giving him the court rank of Jun Daijo tenno (quasi ex-emperor) at Genji's 40th birthday ceremony.
  708. After that he was appointed important posts to become Sangi (councilor), Gon Chunagon, and Shonii (Senior Second Rank).
  709. After that he was captured again and sent to Kamakura, he was banished to Kazusa Province in January 1186.
  710. After that he was enshrined in Kanto-jingu Shrine (the currently Kwantung Leased Territory, abolished) and Chosen-jingu Shrine (currently Seoul, abolished) or other many shrines overseas.
  711. After that he was granted a territory in the Chita District and resided in Okusa Castle.
  712. After that he was handed over to the Tottori-han Clan and kept under house arrest in Tokyo; but his heir, Kataharu MATSUDAIRA, was allowed to continue the family name and was made a peer.
  713. After that he was named '行助.'
  714. After that he was never heard of again.
  715. After that he was pardoned but forbidden to enter Kyoto, so he continued to propagation based at Katsuo-ji Temple in Settsu Province.
  716. After that he was too sad to sleep.
  717. After that he was treated a lot of food in her luxurious house.
  718. After that he was trifled with a splitting up and a confusion of his family.
  719. After that he went to Yuan, and practiced Zen with Kobai Shoyu at Fuzhou Daikaku-ji Temple, then made a round of pilgrimages to various places.
  720. After that he wished to live in the territories of the heir of Nariakira SHIMIZU.
  721. After that he worked for the Northern Court.
  722. After that his income was raised to 60,000 koku crop yields.
  723. After that his sentence was commuted and finally he was set free 22 years later, then he married, went to America and died of sickness there in 1933.
  724. After that his whereabouts is unknown.
  725. After that in 1586 Hideyoshi had his sister Asahihime marry Ieyasu and provided his mother Omandokoro to Ieyasu as a hostage, and promoted Ieyasu to come up to Kyoto as a vassal of Hideyoshi.
  726. After that in NOSE head family, Gonnojo died early at the age of 35 in 1700 and Tojuro NOSE, a son of his uncle Sukegoro NOSE, became the adopted son to inherit the family, but the family head of the head family in later generations are not known.
  727. After that in the 60s, she was nominated for various awards such as the Tony Award and Emmy Award.
  728. After that incident, the Shimazu clan rapidly promoted the reformation and worked actively for the bakufu as in performing bakufu enterprises, sending troops in Shimabara War and so on.
  729. After that incident, the era of conflict between the Soga clan and the Mononobe clan began.
  730. After that it became impossible to keep up with the increasing numbers of applicants, so eventually Kyoto Hosei Gakko (Kyoto School of Law and Politics) (the present Ritsumeikan University) virtually succeeded the school.
  731. After that it became waki-monzeki (subordinating temple to legitimate the temple) of Nishi Hongan-ji Temple, but it became independent when Honjaku the 27th was in power and became the Kosho School of Jodo Shinshu in 1876.
  732. After that it continued to affect Japanese artistic culture like Noh, Zen, Renga (linked verse), Sado (tea ceremony), Haikai (amusing and playful waka) in the medieval period and later and it is also used as a general word today.
  733. After that it is said that retired Emperor Tsuchimikado's child, Emperor Gosaga, succeeded to the Imperial Throne with the recommendation of the Kamakura bakufu.
  734. After that it was decided to take Akihira back into the Imperial family on May 7, 977, his position changed from Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) to Shihon (Fourth Order rank for Imperial Princes), Shinno-Ningoku (provinces whose gubernatorial posts were reserved as sinecures for imperial princes) of Hitachi Province.
  735. After that it was only Fujimaro (Kuninosuke) TANAKA and Takaaki KATO who went up to the ministers.
  736. After that occasion, Yoshinobu HITOTSUBASHI was appointed to Kinri-goshuei-sotoku and Sekkai-bogyo-shiki, Katamori MATSUDAIRA, who had retired from Kyoto-shugoshoku, was appointed to the previous post again, and Sadaaki MATSUDAIRA (a younger brother of Katamori and the head of the Kuwana clan) was appointed to Kyoto-shoshidai.
  737. After that official histories in classical Chinese up to "Nihon Sandai Jitsuroku" were edited and collectively called 'Rikkokushi' (Japan's six national histories chronicling the seventh and eighth centuries) of which "Nihonshoki" was the first.
  738. After that performance, Yoshimitsu patronized both father and son, Kanami and Zeami.
  739. After that sentence, Seppuku was carried out immediately, shoji was opened and Naganori was carried to the place of Seppuku in the yard with two Kachi-metsuke title (job to do night duty and inspection) of bakufu behind him.
  740. After that serving under Takakuni he moved from place to place to fight and was assigned as the lord of Yamazaki-jo Castle in Yamashiro Province in 1527.
  741. After that she again gave birth to the seventh Prince, Imperial Prince Toshihito in January 1816, however the young Prince also died when he was just six years old in February 1821, due to this, the Imperial succession from Emperor Nakamikado finally discontinued.
  742. After that she also gave birth to Saiin (princess who served Kamo Shrine) Imperial Princess Kishi, Imperial Prince Michihito and Imperial Prince Kimihito, however the last two Imperial Princes were handicapped.
  743. After that she became Empress to her older half brother, Imperial Prince Ate's (later called Emperor Heizei).
  744. After that she became Goho-zenjin (good deity keeping dharma) of Buddhism and a guardian deity of children and easy delivery.
  745. After that she became a maiko (apprentice geisha) in 1880 and a geisha (Japanese professional female entertainer at drinking party) in 1884.
  746. After that she continuously supported the Emperor Goshirakawa's cloistered government, it is said even TAIRA no Kiyomori could not ignore her existence.
  747. After that she felt in love with FUJIWARA no Maro.
  748. After that she gave most of her manors to her other adopted daughter, Imperial Princess Shoshi.
  749. After that she lived with her mother, Imperial Princess Teishi, but she had an affair with MINAMOTO no Toshifusa who was three years younger than her, and finally she eloped to Toshifusa's house.
  750. After that she moved to Kyoto, however she moved back to Tokyo due to Emperor Meiji's visit to Tokyo.
  751. After that she performs a large-scale stage fight with Nyudo's rotos (retainers) led by Shiro.
  752. After that she received Jusango (one of the respective title for Imperial Family or court nobles in the Heian period), Ippon (the first of Imperial Princess's rank) on June 5, 1866 and she was treated well.
  753. After that the Ceremony of Interment was held on 17, the body was buried in the Toshima ga Oka Mausoleum.
  754. After that the Doshisha Technical School was renamed the Doshisha Higher Commerce School in December 1930.
  755. After that the Imperial Prince entered into priesthood to Onjo-ji Temple in 984 having Gon-no-Shojo Chiben as his mentor.
  756. After that the Kaneie family dominated the Sessho and Kanpaku posts.
  757. After that the Keihatsukai (The Enlightenment Society) was founded aiming at repealing Law No. 63 that allowed the centralized privileged of the Sotoku-fu, followed by Shinminkai (New People 's Society) formed after the Keihatsukai was disbanded.
  758. After that the Kideranomiya family continued to exist until Cloistered Imperial Prince Jokaku, however there was no record of the details of the other two generations that followed until Akatsu nakatsukasanosho (vice minister to Nakatsukasakyo).
  759. After that the Miyazu domain experienced punishment by removal of samurai status and expropriation of territories, but the descendants flourished as Koke (distinguished families officially selected by Edo Bakufu).
  760. After that the Prince was called 'Sochino Miya' until he was appointed to the President (Meiji new government) of the new government in the Sosai Sanchoku period in 1867.
  761. After that the Retired Emperor ruled the cloistered government.
  762. After that the descendant of the Emperor Kinmei succeeded to the throne, however how it happened is a complicated story, because there were many disputes due to the Imperial succession.
  763. After that the fifth son of Kiyomori, TAIRA no Shigehira left to Owari and the eastward region for the Togoku Conquest.
  764. After that the host and the guest share one sake cup.
  765. After that the practice of adding san to a painting became common.
  766. After that the prize was brought downstairs.
  767. After that the pupils of Seiho and Hobun KIKUCHI played active roles of their own.
  768. After that the statesmen and nobles were invited for an inaugural celebration at Nijo-jo Castle.
  769. After that the temple was devastated again, but was restored over several decades by Chomu, a monk as well as a Haiku poet came from Kyoto.
  770. After that the treasury figure was enshrined as Hirata family's treasure.
  771. After that they lived in Kyoto, and earned a sparse living as being supported from temples associated with the Ashikaga clan including Toji-in Temple.
  772. After that time, Imperial Court didn't have official educational institutions.
  773. After that time, Morouji's descendants kept the position of Awaji shugo (the shugo family of Awaji province).
  774. After that time, a lot of pupils started to work actively and individually like Shoen UEMURA, Suisho NISHIYAMA and others like Goun NISHIMURA, Bakusen TSUCHIDA, Chikkyo ONO, Yoson IKEDA.
  775. After that time, defect in the regency that neither Sekkan-ke nor emperors could take the political initiative for social changes was exposed, leading to a lack of function.
  776. After that time, he was deeply trusted by Ieyasu and Hidetada TOKUGAWA and additionally was given a temple estate 300 koku (approximately, 54 cubic meters) as a reward for his prayers for victory in the Siege of Osaka.
  777. After that time, the descendants of Miushi and Hirafu were called the Abe clan.
  778. After that time, the family branched out to several families such as FUSE no omi and HIKITA no omi (both families later received a surname of Asomi (second highest of the eight hereditary titles).
  779. After that time, though Frois was working actively in Kyushu he accompanied the Jesuit Visitor Allessandro Valignano as a translator during his visit to Japan in 1580, and he had an audience with Nobunaga at Azuchi Castle.
  780. After that until 1921, he visited Nara every Autumn.
  781. After that until middle of September, he ignored Naosuke II of chief minister with volunteers of many domains, Shinshichi ARIMA and Masaharu IJICH, and tried to reform Bakufu feudal government.
  782. After that 天脈拝診 (conducting medical examination by touching Emperor's body) was conducted by qualified thirteen doctors and Nishio and Hisano, total of fifteen doctors who work in the Imperial Palace, then they were separated into three groups to start twenty four hours treatment.
  783. After that, "A Study of Azuma Kagami" written by Kuniji YASHIRO in 1913 had been the primary study of "Azuma Kagami" for a long time.
  784. After that, "Dokuritsu Hyoron" carried a series of his essays on the history of Chinese thought until 1908.
  785. After that, 'Itsutsuji-nyudo-nomiya' and Narihiro went to Kyushu with the cover letter.
  786. After that, 'Sakaegiku,' and 'Tokyo Kaikan' which invented the California roll were also equipped with glass cases in 1965, and the number of 'sushi bars' increased to three.
  787. After that, 100 series train-cars were introduced in 1985, and as the competitiveness of the Tokaido Shinkansen line was enhanced by the inauguration of JR Tokai in 1987, new train-cars, the '21000 series Kintetsu train-car,' were introduced for the Kintetsu limited expresses in 1988.
  788. After that, 124 men and 388 women were put into four farmhouses and burnt alive with the farmhouses.
  789. After that, Akechi attacked Ishiyama-jo Castle and Imakata-jo Castle and gained almost all of the shore of the southern part of Lake Biwa.
  790. After that, Akinao SHIBA went wandering about the country, and his descendants are regarded to have served the Nanbu clan or the Nijo family.
  791. After that, Akizuki clan consulted with the main clan and determined to hide the death of Nagakata, submit an application to permit Nagakata's retirement, and have an adopted son for Nagakata..
  792. After that, Ako roshi (lordless samurai of Ako Domain) raided Kira-tei Residence and avenged their lord's death on Yoshinaka KIRA.
  793. After that, Aoi no ue safely gave birth to Yugiri, only to die suddenly.
  794. After that, Arikuni acted as Michinaga's keishi.
  795. After that, Aritsuna parted company with Yoshitsune and hid in Uda-gun, Yamato Province together with other retainers, but got found on June 16, 1186 by the troops of Tokisada HOJO searching for the remnants of Yoshitsune's party; he was defeated in battle and fled into deep mountains to commit suicide.
  796. After that, Asako served as the wet nurse of Imperial Prince Masahito who was the child of Taikenmonin.
  797. After that, Azuma-ya was closed down, and the monument was temporarily moved to Nojima-koen Park (in the same district), but now the monument has been placed at Suzaki-hiroba Field close to the former site of Azuma-ya.
  798. After that, Buddhism became a tool for the protection of the nation and the Imperial family willingly had temples built.
  799. After that, Chiyonosuke AZUMA and Raizo ICHIKAWA performed Tengu in the movies, but neither of them made many films.
  800. After that, Choshu and the four countries' combined fleet concluded a peace treaty, and the government and a representative of Shikoku signed an indemnity contract.
  801. After that, Chujo Hime met her father Toyonari who had changed his mind and returned to the capital once, but soon she became a priestess in Taima-dera Temple and devoted herself in wishing for gokuraku ojo.
  802. After that, Conder built Kyu-Iwaski-tei-teien (the former Iwasaki Residence Park) where a Japanese style residence with garden, and a Western style house with garden coexisted, Tsunamachi Mitsui Club, Rokka-en (Rokka-en Garden), and the former Furukawa-teien (the former Furukawa Garden).
  803. After that, Constantinus I, the emperor of the West, united the Empire and constructed a new capital, Constantinople in the east.
  804. After that, Daiki formally became a priest in Manzoku-an hermitage in Hofuku-ji Temple in Iyama (currently, Soja City) where Sesshu also had become a priest and Daiki later on moved to Tofuku-ji Temple in Kyoto.
  805. After that, Daiki was asked to be the nursing tutor for Hideyori TOYOTOMI which he accepted, however, after a while, he recommended Seikan BUNEI of Kennin-ji Temple as his substitute and returned to his home town.
  806. After that, Danshichi arrives with Tokube and is asked about the circumstances from Otatsu, but he was sure that he did not say that.
  807. After that, Dochosuji Jomoku was revised in 1747, 1758 and 1789, and in October, 1821 it was announced officially in combination with Dochu Seiho and Dochu Torishimari Furegaki (which was actually announced officially in November).
  808. After that, Edo joruri was created by Fukuuchi Kigai (Gennai HIRAGA).
  809. After that, Edo-jo Castle, Hikone-jo Castle, Kameyama-jo Castle (Tanba Province), Sunpu-jo Castle, Nagoya-jo Castle, and Takada-jo Castle were constructed, and the territorial lords were mobilized for Fushin.
  810. After that, Emperor Ojin was born.
  811. After that, Emperor Tenchi got sick.
  812. After that, Emperor Tenmu and next Empress Jito who was Emperor Tenmu's wife started a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo codes at the palace over the 20 years.
  813. After that, Emperor Tenmu's grandchild, Emperor Junnin succeeded to the throne upon the strong recommendation of FUJIWARA no Nakamaro, however he was involved in the FUJIWARA no Nakamaro dispute, Emperor Junnin was removed from his position, Empress Koken was enthroned again to become Empress Shotoku.
  814. After that, Empress Meisho passed the throne to her half younger brother, Emperor Gokomyo.
  815. After that, Ennei worked as the acting chief priest as was determined until Choken OTANI, the third son of Kocho, succeeded to the twenty-fifth chief priest on July 31. 1996.
  816. After that, Ennyo and Renjun started to reform the religious community under Jitsunyo's instruction.
  817. After that, FUKUZAWA had supported the movement, making a draft of a petition, or sending letters enlightening the matter to the vice governor (prefectural governor) at that time Yawara SHIBAHARA and a senior government official Tsugumichi SAIGO and others.
  818. After that, Fujitsubo continued refusing to receive Genji's letters, but Fujitsubo was already pregnant with Genji's child.
  819. After that, Fujiuji was said to be transferred from Sagami Province to Izu Province, but he disappeared after 1566.
  820. After that, Fukei fought with the army of INUKAI no Ikimi from the north.
  821. After that, Fuki was converted into strip theater and then closed its door.
  822. After that, Genba decided to stand strongly to guard Ryogokubashi at least until the Ako Roshi attained their long-cherished plan.
  823. After that, Gengoemon KATAOKA, Jurozaemon ISOGAI and others cut their chignons off in front of Asano's grave and promised their lord to avenge Kira Kozuke no Suke.
  824. After that, Gochiku NAKABAYASHI went to Qing and studied calligraphy there.
  825. After that, Goguryeo began to invade Silla and the northern part of Baekje, so Baekje praised the great achievement of the official of Mimana Nihon-fu in order to ask Yamato for reinforcement.
  826. After that, Gongen handed it over to MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune, who was very pleased with it and renamed it Usumidori.
  827. After that, Goro HIRAYAMA's geisya girl friend, Kichiei KIKYOYA came, and she talked and laughed in the kitchen with a maid of Yagi family and SERIZAWA's girl friend, Oume.
  828. After that, Goshirakawa announced he would remove the manor and branch temples from fifteen temples of Nara, the Kofuku-ji Temple was enraged and made a plea to the Emperor.
  829. After that, Goshirakawa forcibly dismissed Myoun, Tendai-zasu (head priest of the Tendai Sect), and while conflict between the In and Enryaku-ji Temple was reignited, the Shishigatani plot occurred.
  830. After that, Goshirakawa in's forces and Nijo's directly run government forces, were deadlocked.
  831. After that, Haruuji was forced to retire under pressure from Ujiyasu HOJO, and Yoshiuji ASHIKAGA (child of Hoshunin), who was a younger brother-in-law of Fujiuji, was promoted to become the next Kogakubo.
  832. After that, Hashiba's forces sent Hidemasa to intercept the traffic to Omi and search for Mitsuhide, and Hori's corps on June 14 met and defeated Hidemitsu AKECHI's corps, having been hurriedly dispatched to back up Mitsuhide, at Uchide no hama (Uchide Beach) (in Otsu City).
  833. After that, Hayashi escaped death due to emergency medical care.
  834. After that, Hi was replaced in the late Kamakura period, but the powerful maternal relative influenced succession to the Imperial Throne and the status of Hi was the third rank after Empress and the second consort of an emperor.
  835. After that, Hideo KURODA, a historian, announced a theory that reinforces the Yonekura theory.
  836. After that, Hideyoshi and Hideyori simply called themselves TOYOTOMI no Ason Hideyoshi and TOYOTOMI no Ason Hideyori, and the family name, HASHIBA, continued to be used as the title for daimyo of their vassals during the Toyotomi regime.
  837. After that, Hideyoshi and the other members of the Hashiba family began to use solely 'Toyotomi' to present themselves, and not a single use of any other myoji (family names) by them is traced.
  838. After that, Hideyoshi built Kotaku-ji Temple in a corner of Yamazato-maru.
  839. After that, Hideyoshi's family members Hidekatsu HASHIBA and Hidetoshi HASHIBA managed this castle in turn, as it was an important stronghold for Hideyoshi who dominated the whole country.
  840. After that, Higashi Hongan-ji Temple's official name became "Shinshu Honbyo Temple" ("Honbyo" means the original sanctuary where followers hear the teaching of the patriarch Shinran, the resting place of Shinran).
  841. After that, Higashi Kamaeguchicho and Minami Ueda-cho were established and Nagamichicho, Hatadacho and Rokutake-cho were abolished in 1969, and there are now twenty-nine towns which are headed by the name 'Umezu.'
  842. After that, Hisahide MATSUNAGA's younger brother, Nagayori MATSUNAGA regained Yagi-jo Castle.
  843. After that, Hokusai visited there four times.
  844. After that, Honji received another order and stayed in Tarano with 3,000 troop members.
  845. After that, Honmaru (the keep of a castle) of Edo-jo castle was divided into the government office of the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) named "Omote", the Shogun's office to administrate political affairs named "Nakaoku" and the Shogun's private residence named "O-oku".
  846. After that, Horin was embodied as a hogu (ritual implement) in the shape of a wheel that spreads the creed in every direction indicative of the creed of Buddhism, worshipped as a symbol of Buddhism along with the Buddhist cross, and used as a decoration on the roofs of temples and shrines.
  847. After that, IKI no Karakuni came from Osaka road (one of the roads ran through Ikoma Mountain Range).
  848. After that, Ichikawa shifted his playing field to making live-action films.
  849. After that, Ichiryo gusoku incited rebellion, such as Takiyama Riot led by Samanosuke TAKAISHI.
  850. After that, Iemitsu stopped being away overnight.
  851. After that, Ieyasu occupied Shinano Province and Kai Province, which became vacant because of Nobunaga's death and became a very big daimyo (feudal load) surpassing the Takeda family in their height of prosperity.
  852. After that, Ii clan increased its property and at the end attained 350 thousand goku.
  853. After that, Ii's Akazonae (red arms) became greatly feared by other territorial lords, and came to be called "the most elite force in the Sengoku" or "the strongest of Tokugawa's vassals' forces".
  854. After that, Imperial Prince Sukehito's sixth Prince, Sachi no Miya, succeeded to the throne as Emperor Kokaku.
  855. After that, Imperial Prince Taruhito had the absolute trust of Emperor Meiji, as a recognized authority on the Imperial family in those days.
  856. After that, Inoue resigned as Minister of Foreign Affairs (in 1887) due to his failure in the treaty revision; this caused to set back the government offices centralizing plan.
  857. After that, Ise-Heishi began to dominate over Kawachi-Genji.
  858. After that, Ito introduced the cabinet system and took the position of Prime Minister by himself as well as that of the Imperial Households Minister.
  859. After that, Izanagi is said to have lived in seclusion in a place called Taga, which Kojiki says was located in Awaumi (Omi Province) or in Awaji (Awaji-shima Island, Awaji City) and which Nihonshoki says was located in Awaji (Awaji-shima Island, Awaji City).
  860. After that, Izanagi purified himself to remove uncleanness of yominokuni at Ahakihara, Tachibana, Odo, Himuka, Chikushi, where he produced various gods including the last three gods to be born, Mihashira no uzuno miko (three noble princes) of Amaterasu, Tsukuyomi and Susanoo.
  861. After that, Izanami became the ruling goddess of Yominokuni, and was called Yomotsu Okami or Chishiki no Okami.
  862. After that, JNR Series 101 was transferred from the Osaka Loop Line in the year 1976.
  863. After that, Jakugon and IKE no Taiga succeeded the style, and towards the end of the Edo period, it was handed down to Beian ICHIKAWA, Ryoko MAKI, and Suo NUKINA who were called the san-pitsu of bakumatsu (the three great calligraphers towards the end of the Edo period).
  864. After that, Japan sent them the letter with the sovereign's message again and again, but the Joseon Dynasty refused to receive on every occasion (it is called Shokei Mondai, the problem of letters.)
  865. After that, Japan took the path for the modernization.
  866. After that, Jion-ji Temple was burnt down by a fire during war.
  867. After that, Jodo shiryu (four sects of Jodo Shu) were founded.
  868. After that, Junkei helped Mitsuhide AKECHI as Yoriki Daimyo (territorial lord who supports other lords) to make military achievements including the expedition of Hisahide (the Battle of Shigisan-jo Castle) and the expedition of Ikko sect's revolts.
  869. After that, Junnyo assumed daisojo (a Buddhist priest of the highest order) by Imperial order in 1608 and made efforts to broaden the influence of Nishi Hongan-ji Temple, building Tsumura Betsuin branch temple in Osaka and Tsukiji Betsuin branch temple in Edo.
  870. After that, Kaian the Zen master becomes the abbot of the temple, changing it from the Shingon sect to the Soto sect, and it is said that the temple continues to flourish.
  871. After that, Kanei Tsuho was produced mostly in iron, and a great number of iron coins were minted in zeniza in Kameido, Fushimi, Ishinomaki and Ota City, Hitachi, Hitachi Province which were under direct control of kin-za.
  872. After that, Kanjiro stopped inscribing his name as an artist on his works.
  873. After that, Kasuga no tsubone who was Ona-a's aunt and dominated O-oku of that time highly regarded Ona-a's education and asked her to serve as own assistant, and so she started to work at O-oku.
  874. After that, Katsuie troops were defeated by Kenshin UESUGI. (The battle of Tedorigawa).
  875. After that, Katsura again became the Prime Minister, and by the 'agreement of feelings and intentions' reached during the Katsura-Saionji meeting, the Second Saionji Cabinet was formed in 1911.
  876. After that, Kawai's family held a grudge against Kobungo, and Kobungo was attacked by someone (probably a Kawai's relative) injuring his neck.
  877. After that, Kawanakajima became a place where the three powers of the Uesugi clan, the Tokugawa clan, and the Hojo clan competed for dominance, and Kagekatsu UESUGI became successful there anyway.
  878. After that, Keihan Electric Railway formulated a project to construct a rapid railway connecting Kyoto and Osaka along the right bank of the Yodo-gawa River, and established the Shinkeihan Railway (new Keihan Railway) in 1922.
  879. After that, Keizan, who founded the Soji-ji Temple, gradually incorporated not only mediation but also ceremonies and the idea of Esoteric Buddhism, which led to a rapid expansion all over the country.
  880. After that, Kendo spread throughout the nation and prospered until Japan's defeat in the war.
  881. After that, Kennyo moved to Osaka Tenma, upon being given the land of a temple by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, and moved to Shichijo Horikawa in Kyoto (the present location of Hongan-ji Temple) after being given land again by Hideyoshi again in 1591.
  882. After that, Kenshin UESUGI helped the Takanashi clan to get the manor back, but the Takanashi clan as well as other local lords in northern Shinano became retainers of the Uesugi family during the conflict between Takeda and Nagao (Uesugi) (Kawanakajima War).
  883. After that, Kenshin approved Yoshiuji to assume office as Kogakubo under the Etsu-So Alliance (the Echigo and Sagami alliance) and as a result Fujiuji was completely excluded from the successive kubos.
  884. After that, Kenshin took control of Hasunuma-jo Castle of Yasutane SHIINA (Ecchu shugodai), killed Yasutane, and suppressed the turbulence in Ecchu Province.
  885. After that, Kinshi TSURUTA who also came from the Kinshin-ryu, same as Kinjo SUITO, added refinements to the five-string five-fret biwa and made a leap forward into a new musical field.
  886. After that, Kisonomiya moved to Kyoto on September 18, but he run away from Kyoto just one day before Yoshinaka's coup, on November 18.
  887. After that, Kita-machi, Naka-machi, and Minami-machi were established and Higashi-machi was abolished in 1960, resulting in the total of five towns.
  888. After that, Kiyokado KOMATSU, Hisatake KATSURA, Tomomi YOSHII and Mr. and Mrs. Ryoma SAKAMOTO (Saigo was the matchmaker) sailed from Osaka and arrived in Kagoshima on 11th.
  889. After that, Kokyu music developed consequently with Jiuta songs using Shamisen (with three strings) and with So music (played with So - thirteen-stringed Koto).
  890. After that, Konoe, as the central figure in their group, aimed to end the war by ousting the then pro-Soviet leaders of the Army.
  891. After that, Koyasan completed disarmament by December 14.
  892. After that, Kunihide became the chief priest of Shoren-in Monzeki Temple and was named Jigo HIGASHIFUSHIMI.
  893. After that, Kuniomi returned to Fukuoka to plead with the lord of the domain.
  894. After that, Kyoto City unveiled its plan to build a ball game stadium at Yokooji Sports Park to use as a new home stadium of the Kyoto Sanga F.C. based in Kyoto City.
  895. After that, Kyushu was also gradually involved in the disturbance in the Period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan).
  896. After that, Lady Aoi became ill and bedridden.
  897. After that, MINAMOTO no Akikuni, the first son of Yoritsuna, inherited Tada Manors.
  898. After that, MINAMOTO no Yoshihiro chose to cooperate with Yoshinaka, and MINAMOTO no Yukiie followed suit.
  899. After that, MIYOSHI no Yasutsura using the name Ota became the head of Monchujo and the position was succeeded by Yasunori OTA, and then by Tokitsura OTA.
  900. After that, Masaharu wandered Japan until he began serving Ieyasu TOKUGAWA from time unknown.
  901. After that, Masakado was summoned to Kyoto because of a complaint made by MINAMOTO no Mamoru to be judged.
  902. After that, Masakage was successful in his life, but in 1564, he met a mysterious death while boating with Sadamitsu USAMI, the lord of Biwajima-jo Castle, who also perished.
  903. After that, Meirokusha changed to Meirokukai, becoming a forerunner of societies afterwards, such as Tokyo Gakushikaiin (the Tokyo Academy), the Teikoku Gakushiin (the Imperial Academy) and the Nippon Gakushi-in (the Japan Academy).
  904. After that, Meishinkan was closed.
  905. After that, Michinobu waged guerrilla warfare in the Takanawa Peninsula, and after defeating Seijaku of Bingo Province who was intruding into the area, he defeated Masanao TAGUCHI of Awa Province at the Hishi-jo Castle in Kita County, Iyo Province (located in present-day Ozu City), and gained the initiative.
  906. After that, Morochika smuggled himself out of Japan to Goryeo, breaking the prohibition against crossing across the sea to search for his kidnapped family and the others, and asked who Toi was and the whereabouts of the Japanese caught by Toi.
  907. After that, Motosada married Motohisa's daughter and was allowed to inherit and continue the Jimyoin family.
  908. After that, Munehide became the Roju (elder councilor) and in the event of the Second conquest of Choshu in 1866, went to battle in Hiroshima, Aki Province and conducted the bakufu's army.
  909. After that, Murashige held Ariokajo Castle and, for a year, led all-out resistance against the Oda forces.
  910. After that, Nagasaki Koto Shogyo Gakko (Nagasaki Higher Commercial School) was established in 1905, Sendai Higher Technical School and Kumamoto Higher Technical School were established based on Faculty of Engineering, the Former Fifth High School, in 1906.
  911. After that, Nagashige worked for the bakufu (the samurai government) as a second son of a fudai-daimyo and was appointed as chuoku-kosho (a servant in the semi-deep portion of the castle) on August 26, 1670 and, on February 7th, was supplied with 500 pyo (originally, hyo, a unit of rice amount equivalent to 60 kg/hyo) of kirimai (seasonally supplied special salary rice).
  912. After that, Nagataka was attacked by his elder brother, Yoshishige SAGARA who was backed up by an influential person of the Sagara family, Yoriyoshi UEMURA, and Nagataka was driven to kill himself.
  913. After that, Nakamaro escaped from Heijo-kyo capital.
  914. After that, Nakamaro led his family and escaped from the Heijo-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in current Nara).
  915. After that, Nara City established 'Foundation for the Protection of Deer in Nara Park' and has made an effort to protect them, so that they have recovered to the present-day popularity.
  916. After that, Nariyuki's younger brother, Tadaoka MIZUNO, was assigned a position of hatamoto.
  917. After that, Neishi was treated as empress dowager, and acquired the empress position of the Retired Emperor Gofushimi (hereinafter, Neishi was referred to as Kogimonin in this section).
  918. After that, Nobuhiko KOBAYASHI recognized that 'Major works of Yuzo KAWASHIMA and Ko NAKAHIRA were still vanguard,' which led to today's reevaluation.
  919. After that, Nobunaga ODA also moved his headquarters to Koikeda (Ikeda-jo Castle) facing Arioka-jo Castle across the Ina-gawa River and seiged Arioka-jo Castle.
  920. After that, Nobunaga ODA strengthened the defense around Arioka-jo Castle and returned his headquarters to Koikeda on January 18, 1579, and he himself returned to Azuchi-jo Castle on January 22, 1579.
  921. After that, Nobunaga besieged Suemori-jo Castle where Nobukatsu stayed, but pardoned Nobukatsu, Katsuie, and others by mediation of his mother Dota-gozen.
  922. After that, Nobunaga's appointment twice became a problem.
  923. After that, Norimichi became an adopted son-in-law of FUJIWARA no Kinto of the Ononomiya family and handed down Kinto's book of "Hokuzansho" (a representative book of ceremonies for the Heian period).
  924. After that, Norizane retired from the world again.
  925. After that, Oborozukiyo (the misty moon) was scheduled to enter the Imperial court, but it was canceled due to her illicit intercourse with Genji (later Oborozukiyo served as Naishi no Kami (Principal Handmaid)).
  926. After that, Ochiba no Miya, who was married to Yugiri, moved there and brought their adopted daughter, Roku no Kimi.
  927. After that, Ogasawara set off an explosive in the residence to erase Garasha's dead body and killed himself.
  928. After that, Okitsugu was ordered not to leave his home and his territory was diminished again.
  929. After that, Onna san no miya gave birth to a baby boy (Kaoru) without trouble, but became drastically weak and pleaded with Suzakutei, who was concerned and privately visited her, to allow her to enter the priesthood,.
  930. After that, Oyakazu gradually decreased its challengers, and from the middle of the eighteenth century, it was scarcely held.
  931. After that, Prince Anahobe and MONONOBE no Moriya were eliminated by Umako.
  932. After that, Prince Naka no Oe carried out a reform called the Taika Reforms.
  933. After that, Pusanpo was also opened again because the capacity of the port of Seiho was not large enough to deal with all transactions; however, an incident called Saryang Incident (the raid carried out by Japanese pirates on Saryang Islands) occurred in 1544, and this brought a diplomatic break between these parties again.
  934. After that, Renko left the management of Shoko-ji Temple and the teaching of Kaga followers up to his son Renkei and his brother Rengo, respectively, and lived in retirement.
  935. After that, Rin resided near the Kango-jinja Shrine in Nara and opened a shop called Shiose which gained popularity.
  936. After that, Ritsuryo law was not compiled in Japan, and the flaws in the codes were fixed with Kyakushiki (supplementary provision) instead.
  937. After that, Rokujo passed away at the age of 13 on August 30, 1176, when he was extraordinarily the look-like-a-child Retired Emperor, because he did not undergo "genpuku" (coming-of-age ceremony for boys) yet.
  938. After that, Saiga was lead by the former anti-Oda groups such as the Dobashi clan.
  939. After that, Saionji remained in Kyoto for a while in spite of the advice of Takashi HARA, etc.
  940. After that, Sanemasa became a priest at Omi Province along the way to be banished but was not forgiven, and in 1093, he died at haisho (the place where a criminal is sent) in Izu Province.
  941. After that, Sanesuke tried to have Michinaga's son, FUJIWARA no Nagaie, whose wife had died, take Chifuru as his second wife and although Michinaga accepted, the engagement was broken off because Nagaie was against it.
  942. After that, Sanetoshi served as bukeshisso for more than 30 years.
  943. After that, Santei Ritsuryo (24 articles) and Santei Ryokyaku (45 articles) were made during the reign of Emperor Kanmu with the aim of revisions and additions to Yoro Ritsuryo Code, but those were abolished in a short period of time, and the Ritsuryo codes was never complied again in the history of Japan since then.
  944. After that, Sennyu-ji prospered as a training hall for Yonshu kengaku (learning the four sects of the Ritsu, Mitsu, Zen and Pure Land).
  945. After that, Shigeaki NAKAJO governed its territory as he had before the incident.
  946. After that, Shigehira KOBAYAKAWA played a great role in the Jokyu War and was given another position of Jitoshiki at estates of Tsuunosho and Takeharanosho in the same province (around Takehara City, Hiroshima Prefecture).
  947. After that, Shin became a widow.
  948. After that, Shinsaku TAKASUGI and Takayoshi KIDO took over the reins of the domain.
  949. After that, Shintoists and scholars of Japanese classical literature in Hirata-ha school worshipped their own souls in accordance with their established ritual procedures.
  950. After that, Shizuko who had been informed Katsusuke's death was prostrated with sorrow and continued to cry for three days and nights.
  951. After that, Shoku shugen and Kokaku SATSU served the Imperial Court and they were given rice in 689 and Niju-ryo (20-ryo) of silver in September 691.
  952. After that, Shoryoshi was improved during 729-748 and renamed as Shoryoryo.
  953. After that, Soboshu received a high reputation which brewed in temples instead of the brewing organization directly under the Imperial Court.
  954. After that, Song Byung-joon who was originally a member of Donghak reached the consensus with 李容九 (???), a leader of Shinpokai following a part of Donghak, and merged Shinpokai.
  955. After that, Sonohito held various positions such as not only provincial governors and local officials like his father, but also secretarial positions of Daijokan such as shonagon (Lesser counselor) and benkan (officials of the daijokan).
  956. After that, Sukunabikona passed to Tokoyo no kuni (the "eternal land").
  957. After that, Sumimoto killed Sumiyuki.
  958. After that, TACHIBANA no Moroe virtually took charge of the national administration and supported the Emperor Shomu.
  959. After that, TAIRA no Kiyomori developed trade with Sung into prosperity by improving Owada no tomari and built a strong political system on the basis of profits from this trade.
  960. After that, Tadakiyo SAKAI and Naozumi II assumed the post in the era of Ietsuna TOKUGAWA, and the style of Tairo as the highest governmental post was established in the era of Masatoshi HOTTA who was appointed the post by Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA, the fifth shogun
  961. After that, Tadatsugu was given the role of "the leader of eastern Mikawa" to control lords from the Matsudaira family in the eastern part of Mikawa Province.
  962. After that, Tadazane gave FUJIWARA no Yorinaga, his second son he so loved, the right to become Toshi Choja, and also gave Yorinaga Higashi Sanjo-dono's Residence as his residence.
  963. After that, Takamatsunomiya Imperial Prince Nobuhito, who was one of Emperor Taisho's Princes of three, was given the Miya go title of Takamatsunomiya to succeed the ritual of Arisugawanomiya in 1913, that was discontinued after Takamatsunomiya Imperial Prince Nobuhito, and established a new Miyake.
  964. After that, Takanori fought around the Hokuriku and the Togoku regions with Yoshisada and the Imperial Prince Muneyoshi.
  965. After that, Takatsune was deprived of his Fuchu (cities which have local governments at their core) and Kanagasaki-jo Castle as a result of a resumed offensive from Yoshisada NITTA, but he held off Yoshisada's offence by bringing temple-goers of Heisen-ji Temple over to his side.
  966. After that, Takejiro became President of Kanto Shochiku and Matsujiro became President of Kansai Shochiku.
  967. After that, Tamekane was recalled in 1303, and in accordance with the start of cloistered government by Retired Emperor Fushimi, the project of compiling the imperial anthology was finally able to be continued.
  968. After that, Tanehikobon that was stored in Matsunoyabunko in a similar way as Horibon seemed to have safe refuge.
  969. After that, Taro IWAMI, Tatewaki NIBUYA, Mitsuyoshi KOZUKI, and others who were the vassals of the old Akamatsu family, made a proposal to serve Jitenno.
  970. After that, Tenshin and his followers were in turn purged from the university, so Tenshin established the Japan Art Institute with Taikan YOKOYAMA, Kanzan SHIMOMURA and others.
  971. After that, Tenshin established the Nihon Bijutsuin (Japan Art Institute).
  972. After that, Terutora succeeded in having the Narita clan in Musashi Province, the Oyama clan in Shimotsuke Province and the Yuki clan in Shimousa Province to surrender.
  973. After that, Tetugen Issai-kyo Sutra was designated as an important cultural property and was printed continuously at the Hozoin Temple of Obakusan Manpuku-ji Temple.
  974. After that, Tokuhime departed from the Okazaki Castle on February 20, 1580 (lunar calendar), with Ieyasu's send-off, and returned to Mino Province.
  975. After that, Tomoe took off her armor and helmet and ran away toward the eastern country and disappeared from the tale (Kakuichi-bon text).
  976. After that, Torataro applied to study in Europe to the upper stratum of the domain, but not permitted, and therefore, Gonrokuro himself collected money secretly to the domain and sent him from Nagasaki to Europe in April 9, 1867.
  977. After that, Toyokuni was exiled from Tottori-jo Castle by his vassals.
  978. After that, Tozan NAKAO, the founder of the Tozan school of shakuhachi music, added a more elaborate arrangement to the shakuhachi melody, and other schools of shakuhachi, such as the Chikuho school, Ueda school and Seien school, added arrangements of their own.
  979. After that, Tsunayoshi enjoyed Noh performances in Yanagisawa's residence a total of 58 times until November 16, 1708.
  980. After that, Tsuneaki started to negotiate with the Takauji or so called Takauji's deputy group of KO no Moronao, Tadayoshi ASHIKAGA and Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA, about the issues between the Imperial Court and the bakufu.
  981. After that, Tsuneatsu died on August 11, 1422.
  982. After that, Tsushinshi were sent from the Korean side to pay homage to a new shogun or to cerebrate the birth of a heir to a shogun.
  983. After that, Uesugi's forces held out against attacks by Oda's forces, including Katsuie SHIBATA, the leader of the forces, Toshiie MAEDA, and Narimasa SASSA, until the Honnoji Incident, but Takeda's forces were ruined by the allied forces of Oda's main troops and Tokugawa's forces.
  984. After that, Ujiharu fought with the Nancho power in Kawachi province and was successful in military exploits as a military commander standing for the bakufu in 1373.
  985. After that, Ujinori and Mitsutaka took control of Kamakura together with the soldiers recruited from various clans.
  986. After that, Ujitsuna was given Yodo-kojo Castle in Yamashiro Province but monitored by Nagayoshi, and he died in despair and hopelessness in 1563.
  987. After that, Ukai declined to 12 houses in 1805, but it recovered again by giving those 12 houses 120 goku and 532 ryo and 2 bu every year.
  988. After that, Yamato kept sending military supplies to Fukushin, and Fukushin sent the captive Chinese soldiers including Shugen SHOKU (Shouyan XU) to Yamato in return.
  989. After that, Yano encouraged and led some psychics and Shintoists to establish a study group to decode the Revelation.
  990. After that, Yasuko Hino (later Kitayamain), her niece, became his wife after the death of Nariko.
  991. After that, Yasuko was not blessed with a newborn and so, in 1835, she adopted the fourth Prince Hironomiya (the Imperial Prince Osahito, later the Emperor Komei), who was the birth child of Naishi no suke (a court lady of the first rank) Naoko OGIMACHI.
  992. After that, Yasumasa SAKUMA moved to Miyama (Nishigori County) of Kawachi Province in May and had Miyama-jo Castle built as the headquarter in September.
  993. After that, Yasutada focused on ruling the Tatsuno Domain, and sixteen years later, he was reappointed the Magistrate of Temples and Shrines by the Shogun, Ienari.
  994. After that, Yomeimonin was furious about this incident, and there was no communication between Yomeimonin and Emperor Shirakawa.
  995. After that, Yorimori came to have the actual power in domain duties, and Yorifusa was frequently faced with conflicts among vassals, but he continued to dedicate himself to maintaining domain laws and duties.
  996. After that, Yoritoshi, who went back to Kyoto, rendered military exploits under an imperial order to capture soto (priests) of Onjo-ji Temple who attempted to cause a disturbance by appealing directly to gosho (Imperial Palace) on November 3, 1181.
  997. After that, Yoriyasu TOKI (the grandson of Yorisada and the nephew of Yorito) succeeded to the position of Mino no Shugoshiki (provincial constable of Mino Province).
  998. After that, Yoriyoshi's son, MINAMOTO no Yoshiie stepped in an internal strife of the Kiyohara clan, who ruled Okuroku-gun after the Abe clan, suppressed this and performed his deeds of arms.
  999. After that, Yoshiaki was forced to retire to Wakae-jo Castle in Kawachi Province, and the Ashikaga bukufu both in name and reality perished.
  1000. After that, Yoshijiro continued to make efforts as a choreographer with Senzo, and he was expected to become the heir of the Nishikawa school.

14001 ~ 15000

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