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  1. If they can use their hands skillfully to some extent, holding the lunch box is possible, however, small children who go to kindergarten or nursery school sometimes can't hold the lunch box skillfully.
  2. If they come into the garden.
  3. If they do not execute the instructions above, such officials will have their lands confiscated on the charge of negligence.
  4. If they existed, it is reasonable to assume that they were likely placed between 'Kiritsubo' and 'Hahakigi'.
  5. If they found any hint of truth to this, they intended to discharge Mochiaki HACHISUKA from the post of prefectural governor forthwith.
  6. If they had a relationship of a parent and child, child had an absolute obedience to the parent, but rivalry became stronger between brothers.
  7. If they had entered Yodo-jo Castle, it would have been a threat to the new government army because of the structure of the castle.
  8. If they had honke, they delivered some of the revenue to their honke.
  9. If they headed east from Southern Kyushu, they would arrive at the South side of Shikoku.
  10. If they marry anyone other than the Emperor or a member of the Imperial family, female members of the Imperial family lose their Imperial status (Article 12 of the Imperial House Act).
  11. If they mature further, the egg membrane will become too hard and remain in the mouth when eaten.
  12. If they needed additional leave, there were some cases where officials were permitted to take maximum of fifteen days off by reporting to the Emperor.
  13. If they passed the test, they were hired as government officials, and this test was the highest level national exam for that time.
  14. If they resisted the army which came to take them back, they were treated the same as offenders of accomplished disobedience and both the main offender and accomplices were decapitated.
  15. If they started from Southern Kyushu, they had to pass Kanmon-kaikyo Strait twice where the sea flow is faster than that in Bungo-kaikyo Strait, making the description quite odd.
  16. If they try to eat soup dishes with spoon without holding eating utensils, they can't help but dropping the soup from spoon.
  17. If this Nehan-gyo does not emerge, the Buddhist law will disappear,' this is the original intention of the sutras.
  18. If this anecdote is true, it means that Nagayuki did not know anything about the revenge.
  19. If this assumption is correct, Yamanobe no Okimi and Ishikawa no Okimi had been considered as ones who did not make up their mind so that they were not targeted from both sides.
  20. If this assumption is correct, Yamanobe no Okimi and Ishikawa no Okimi were thought to be those people who did not make up their minds so that they were not targeted from both sides.
  21. If this description in the "Manyoshu" was a fact, the word 'secretly' in the caption for the 108th poem 'Prince Otsu secretly interacted with Ishikawa no Iratsume,' means that her relationship with Prince Otsu was adultery.
  22. If this description is true, it is highly possible that the envoy from the bakufu made a false report prepared in advance because Yoriie was alive at this point.
  23. If this description refrected the truth, King of Wa of Yamato sovereignty was called 'Okimi' as early as the end of the sixth century.
  24. If this estimate is accurate it was built after the death of Jianzhen.
  25. If this event was true, then why was it that FUJIWARA no Moromichi, the son of that Kanpaku, did not mention such an irregular procedure in his diary?
  26. If this family line was not recreated by the heirs of Hideaki's brothers but Hideaki's own blood line, the Toyotomi-Kobayakawa clan should still be remaining.
  27. If this happens on a branch, this part is called Jin, and if it happens on the trunk it is called Shari.
  28. If this hypothesis is correct, it will undermine the theory which believes that the resistance from the forces in Kinai region (the five capital provinces surrounding the ancient capitals of Nara and Kyoto) retarded Emperor Keitai' entry into Nara Basin for years.
  29. If this incident was indeed caused only by Inomata, it was a result of a lack of supervision by Ujinao and Ujimasa, and it can be said that the confrontation among moderate Ujinori, center Ujinao and pro-war Ujimasa, Ujiaki and Ujikuni surfaced through this incident.
  30. If this is a hexagonal shape, it is called rokuchu and if an octagon shape, hacchu.
  31. If this is not the case, the time will never come for exploiting meritorious acts that lead to enlightenment.
  32. If this is really a work of FUJIWARA no Sadaie, this is his work when he was young around the latter half of his twenties and the composition of three volumes is not concise and the linkage between stories cannot be said to be good.
  33. If this is seen as the limit, followers will slip away.
  34. If this is the fact, it does not contradict the view that the mastermind was Yoshiaki.
  35. If this is to be believed, the year when the ghost appeared to buy candy was 1599.
  36. If this is true, Ieyasu must have divided his troop into two, one to march to Kyoto through Mino and the other to march to Kyoto through Ise.
  37. If this is true, Parkes's meeting date was on the same day as the second negotiation of Katsu and Saigo, which continued into the evening.
  38. If this is true, Wani could have been a member of the Rakuroo clan that fled to Kudara when Rakuro County collapsed in 313.
  39. If this is true, he should have been born in 1749 and died at the age of 55 on November 4, 1803
  40. If this is true, it is highly likely that Otara was related to Konki O (Konikishi), the King of Paekche's young brother who visited Japan in 461.
  41. If this is true, it shows that the Wa side had already prepared to accept Buddhism, so that some theories emphasize this year.
  42. If this law is violated and the transgressor is deliberately set free, then two or three people must be decapitated in substitution for him or her and their heads must be handed to his or her former master.
  43. If this person was Koji KASHIN, then it means that he was born in 1542.
  44. If this request is impossible, I would like to ask for leave to control the west.'
  45. If this shrine is certainly Shikinai-sha (a shrine listed in Engishiki laws), there is a record that this shrine was promoted from Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) to Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) on March 9, 859 ("Nihon Sandai Jitsuroku" (sixth of the six classical Japanese history texts)).
  46. If this statement is correct, descendents in the direct male and female lines of Nobunaga survived.
  47. If this story is true, it is very interesting as to who the child was who could make (or was permitted) such a thing in the residence of the Empress Dowager Nobuko.
  48. If this story started spreading just after the war, compared with the stories of "Konjaku Monogatari Shu" (Tales of Times Now and Then collection) which was written in almost the same period, for example, 'A story TAIRA no Koreshige punished FUJIWARA no Moroto,' its savagery was distinguished.
  49. If this technique is used, thick paper can be easily folded or creases can be considerably reduced.
  50. If this theory is accurate, then these statues would match the description of the statues created by Unkei's four sons under his lead (Jikoku-ten by Tankei, Zocho-ten by Koun, Komoku-ten by Koben, and Tamon-ten by Kosho).
  51. If this theory is to be adopted, there is one theory popping up that Hajime SAITO was the assassin considering a person who also mastered swordsmanship well enough to kill Ryoma, a master of the Hokushin Itto-ryu style.
  52. If this theory is true, Tadamune died in or after 1183.
  53. If this theory is true, the Takamatsuzuka Tomb is of the Nara Period.
  54. If this theory is true, the recalculated territorial value increases to 670,000 koku if applied with the unit defined as 1 tan equal to 300 bu by Toyotomi administration.
  55. If this theory were to be adopted, it is possible to picture the deep relationships among SUGAWARA no Michizane who was Tomoko's brother, Emperor Uda and FUJIWARA no Tadahira.
  56. If this theory were true, people throughout Japan in the mid Jomon Period had already been familiar with the Hainuwele-type myth and cultivation of potatoes (or five grains).
  57. If this tradition is a fact, it is possible that Tadaoki HOSOKAWA sent Tama back to the Tanba Midono residence in the Akechi's domain immediately after the Honnoji-Temple Incident, then built a residence in Midono, Tango Province in the Hosokawa's domain and confined Tama there after the downfall of the Akechi.
  58. If this transcription is authentic, this is the first instance that the word 'Emperor' was used in diplomatic documents of Wakoku (Japan).
  59. If this value is large, such expression as "sappari (flinty)"is used and if small, such expression as "kokugaaru (having plenty of body)" is used.
  60. If this was the case, Nukata no Okimi remarried NAKATOMI no Oshima, who was a leading member of the Fujiwara clan of those days, and lived to be nearly 80 years old.
  61. If this was the case, it is understandable that Yoshitada's descendants followed the Taira clan but not the Minamoto clan.
  62. If this was the fact, he died at the age of 25.
  63. If those who carry out their missions secretly under the cloak of common people carry such specially-designed swords, they attract public attention all for nothing.
  64. If too much activated charcoal is used, the taste of sake becomes thin.
  65. If too much time passes after mixing, the fluffy effect of the added egg will disappear and the cabbage will become wrinkly and no matter how good the dough is or the method of grilling, the crispy texture will not be accomplished.
  66. If two garments had the same sleeve areas and the one of the garments had it sleeves partly sewn up to have the length of its sleeve slits small, the garment is Kosode and the other garment is Oosode.
  67. If two high-pressure systems struggle with each other and the strength of both systems is balanced, the baiu front hardly moves.
  68. If two or three referees show a Yuko-datotsu, or if one referee shows a Yuko-datotsu and the other two show their abstention from the decision, then one Ippon is taken.
  69. If undergarment is worn, insert a core of collar only in the undergarment Eri, match the Sechushin seams of the outer garment and the undergarment and stitch them together a little, match the collar ends of the outer garment and the undergarment and stitch them together at where Eri are sewn to the garments.
  70. If using Gojo Nishi-yoshino Line (site of Goshin Line) of Nara Kotsu Bus Lines Co. Ltd., get off at Ano Bus Stop; or if using Yagi-Shingu Route (Totsu-kawa River/Motomiya Ideyu Line) of Nanki Office, Nara Kotsu Bus Lines Co., Ltd., get off at Ano Wada North Exit Bus Stop.
  71. If using a pot, rice should be cooked over high heat at the beginning, and when the lid starts to rattle it should be cooked for about 10 minutes over low heat.
  72. If using a substantial amount, knead the shell lime well in a mortar then add small amount of glue solution and knead it again, and after repeating this process three to four times the shell lime and glue solution will be well mixed and the viscosity such that the pestle is no longer easy to move.
  73. If using either of these buses, get off at the Kotohiki-hama Beach bus stop (changed from the Kakezu bus stop in 2006).
  74. If vinegared rice is used, then the dish is considered as a kind of chirashi zushi (vinegared rice with thin strips of egg, pieces of raw fish, vegetables and crab meat arranged on top) and various names are given accordingly.
  75. If waging war against Tang China, it was obvious that Silla, the Southern neighbor of Bokkai, would support Tang China.
  76. If wanted by the shogun, kuge shu (court nobles), otomo shu (entourages), and moshitsugi (liaison officer) shall attend the shogun immediately.
  77. If we accept the theory of the Yoshitada lineage, he and Yoritomo were supposed to be second cousins.
  78. If we are to be killed, we should do our last duty.'
  79. If we are too afraid of the word fighting and are unable to fight when necessary to do so, the government is not up to fulfilling its primary duty and, in that case, it will be an administrative organization for business practice, in other words, the business czar and not the government of a country.
  80. If we assume that the specific gravity of sake is the same as water, carrier walks on the road with approximately 126 kg load on his shoulder.
  81. If we assume that this is true, someone else must have been in command of the emaining majority of troops.
  82. If we believe this, his birth year would be 623.
  83. If we break the promise, Shitenno (the Four Divas) will strike us.'"
  84. If we can unnerve Goguryeo's powerful force and overcome this difficulty with the Emperor's blessing, you will not change the reward for the meritorious deeds of my ancestors.
  85. If we compromise the true intent of our nation for the sake of keeping peace as the main aim of diplomacy and acquiesce in everything that the foreign country dictates cowering by fear of their power and might, we shall be held in contempt and disrespect instead.
  86. If we disregard the orders, Shitenno (the big four) will strike us.
  87. If we disregard the size or whether it is famous or not, there was more than one castle in a village and therefore, they attracted attention in recent years from the viewpoint of local history.
  88. If we do not take any measure to prevent this, we will be in trouble"
  89. If we eliminate "Azuma Kagami" and "Heike Monogatari" due to their fictional natures, strictly interpreting only Gyokuyo," then the depictions of the battles would change to the following.
  90. If we follow the "Gyokuyo," the Minamoto clan merely had one to two thousand cavalrymen as opposed to the Taira clan's several thousand cavalrymen, so the Minamoto clan was facing an overwhelming disadvantage.
  91. If we follow the theory that Yamatai Koku (Yamatai Kingdom) was in northern Kyushu based upon "Gishiwajinden" (literally, an 'Account of the Wa' in "The History of the Wei Dynasty"), the power should have been shifted from the Kyushu to the Yamato kingship.
  92. If we followed the order respectfully and dispatch troops now, the province would be defenseless in security.'
  93. If we go on the assumption that jogakuji are associated with jigo, the origin of jogakuji can date back to the reign of EmperorTenmu, when a variety of temples were created jigo in 769.
  94. If we look at his descendants, however, his son, FUJIWARA no Takafuji was promoted to Naidaijin (Inner Minister) because his daughter, FUJIWARA no Inshi (or Taneko) was the mother of the Emperor Daigo, and established for him early in his life a position in noble society.
  95. If we look at the air in the sky in the vicinity of the baiu front, the polar front which forms a border between the winter air and spring or autumn air and the subtropical front which forms the border between the summer air and the spring or autumn air exist close to each other.
  96. If we only hold the game and "kumite" (sparring), the "kata" and demonstration skills are likely to be neglected, and so by holding "kata" or demonstration competition at the same time we can prevent them from being neglected.
  97. If we pretend that we relinquished the Imperial standard and escaped safely after a fierce fight, we can save Shoji IMOSE's face as well.'
  98. If we put in too much active charcoal, the sake becomes clear, but the taste, color and fragrance are lost and the sake produced will have no character.
  99. If we put together '光' (mitsu) in Iemitsu and '秀' (hide) in Hidetada, we have '光秀' (Mitsuhide).
  100. If we rely on this theory, the thirty-eighth Emperor Tenji and others were also regarded as Female-line Emperor rather than Male-line Emperor based on the genealogy.
  101. If we search around Mt. Zao or its northern area carefully, a lot of 'Zao Gongen' can still be seen even now, such as a wooden historical Zao Gongen statue with a height of 4 meters enshrined and hidden in a warehouse.
  102. If we stick to this theory, this Tsubaki-mochi is the origin of Japanese confectionery.
  103. If we take a modern view, Sakitama and Kushitama can be interpreted as a private soul and a public soul, respectively.
  104. If we take the view of the theory that presumes that it was the drawer of the family tree who associated the Kokubun clan in Mutsu with Tanemichi KOKUBUN, a Kamakura gokenin (an immediate vassal of the shogunate in the Kamakura), Tanemochi would be an imaginary figure created to relate the Kokubun clan to Tanemichi KOKUBUN.
  105. If we trace only the direct lines of genealogy for Prince Oi from the Joguki, it could be written this way: 'Homutawake no Miko ?Wakanuke futamata no Miko ? Oiratsuko (Ohodo no Okimi)? Oi no Okimi ? Ushi no Okimi ? Odo no Okimi.'
  106. If we try to increase the yield unreasonably, since the amount of nutrients per tan is fixed, the quality of rice degrades.
  107. If we understand nihonshumai (rice for sake) as raw material for sake, other than kojimai (rice for koji) and shubomai (rice for shubo), there is kakemai that is added during the preparation for unrefined sake.
  108. If we worship banshin (God believed by foreigners), the wrath of our country Gods will be incurred'.
  109. If women are not welcome, a clause that "Women are banned from becoming doctors." should be inserted in laws."
  110. If you accept a wrong demand of a spirit to recover from your illness, you will have a double setback after a temporary cure.
  111. If you accept the radial journey reading, Yamatai should be 10 days by sea and a month on land south of the state of Ito.
  112. If you accepted this difficult request, our teacher would be glad in another world.
  113. If you add yamaimo, following Kansai-style, the dough is likely to break.
  114. If you apply the theory to Japan, the Japanese Nation is a legal public authority, and this makes Emperor an organ of Japan, the public authority
  115. If you are destined to win the battle, you may get a good animal,' they were told.
  116. If you are going to enjoy warmed 'Kurojoka,' maewari is recommended.
  117. If you are keeping kakocho (a family register of deaths), you may also ask the chief priest to transcribe homyo onto kakocho.
  118. If you are not associated with any temple, consult the list of branch temples of the regional parish of the Shinshu Otaniha.
  119. If you are real yamabushi, you must have "kanjincho".'
  120. If you are sincere, a raised hand will be put down.'
  121. If you are slow unwrapping the senbei, an impatient deer will give you a light head-butt.
  122. If you are thoughtful, please help me out of this darkness.'
  123. If you are uncertain about your balance, you had better grip the attached handrail or the drainpipe like the one in the upper right picture (commonly called grunt bar, however, it must be strong enough).
  124. If you are using strong warishita stock the amount used may be so little as to barely cover bottom of pot.
  125. If you are visiting and worshipping on foot, you need to go via Yuki Shrine.
  126. If you ask a travel agent to make reservations, there is usually a charge of 10% to 25% of the cost of the accommodation as a booking fee.
  127. If you ask what Jodo exists for, it is for Buddha himself to obtain the Horaku (pleasure of a pious life) as well as to lead people to this land and provide the Buddhist benefits in order for them to be spiritually awakened.
  128. If you ask who the authority of the hell land is, it is the officer from the Satedan Party (pro-Chinese) government; and the person who has the power to control him is Chinese.
  129. If you become a member, you get stamps which indicate the number of climbing on the mountaintop each time you climb the mountain.
  130. If you believe the way of the samurai leaves a clear trace, try to draw your bow.'
  131. If you call some shops in advance, you can order take out and you won't have to wait for it.
  132. If you can't believe in heaven, go and see the hall at Uji' was a line of a song of that time.
  133. If you can't do that, then follow the order and try to meet the construction schedule'.
  134. If you change the name back to Higekiri, it will regain its power,' so MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo immediately changed its name Higekiri.
  135. If you continue to pray and chant personally and feel yourself, you can separate from the ideas of affection and evil thought at that moment without discrimination of living or death and gender.
  136. If you control your mind very well and look after yourself, you will received unexpected happiness one day', Shigeko often used to say like that.
  137. If you control your mind very well and look after yourself, you will received unexpected happiness one day', Shigeko often used to say things like that. ("Tamakiharu")
  138. If you count '1, 2, and 3-chome Omiya', '1, 2, 3, and 4-chome Tenshitsukinuke', and '1 and 2-chome Tsukinuke' independently, the number is 517, increased by 6.
  139. If you count the year of his death backward, the year of his birth will be 1822.
  140. If you dance beautifully, I will take you to a beautiful flower garden and let you play there.
  141. If you do not like the half-boiled state, use rice slightly cooled by being kept warm in a rice cooker for some time after the rice has been steamed, or leave the rice as served in a rice bowl with a pit formed in it until it is cooled to a certain degree.
  142. If you do such a thing, you are sure to invite indignity of the future generations.
  143. If you do such a thing, you are sure to invite indignity of the future generations.'
  144. If you don't want to fight with a mace, I'll use this bowl,' and he took two wooden bowls for takuhatsu out of his bag.
  145. If you eat a persimmon, the bell rings in Horyu-ji Temple' (Haiku by Shiki MASAOKA)
  146. If you fail to touch the simple (IC card) ticket checker, a transportation fare that does not correspond to the actual section you've used will be deducted from the card.
  147. If you fight with Yoritomo's army, disobeying inzen (a decree from the Cloistered Emperor), do it in your own right.
  148. If you find that the card is short of balance when you get off the Shizuoka Railway train, you'll be asked to adjust the whole amount of the fare in cash (however, given the interoperation with TOICA, ICOCA can be recharged at JR Central stations in the vicinity).
  149. If you finish stirring it, level the surface of nuka-doko, wipe rice bran on the edge and cover it lightly.
  150. If you forcedly push the toilet seat, it sometimes breaks (however, this can be avoided by improving the morals of users or the way of cleaning).
  151. If you go by the Kinai region theory, you could at least say that a power which could ensure traffic routes from Yamato to the continent may have existed in Japan in the 3rd century.
  152. If you go in, you're going to pay for that.'
  153. If you go too far into 'chi' (the terms of Confucianism referring to integrity by keeping promise and being truthful to others), you will come out on the loosing end.
  154. If you go too far into 'chi' (the terms of Confucianism referring to knowledge acquired by studying), you will tell untruth.
  155. If you go too far into 'gi' (the terms of Confucianism referring to righteousness among others), you will become inflexible.
  156. If you go too far into 'jin' (the terms of Confucianism referring to humanity with sympathy or compassion to others), you will become weak.
  157. If you go too far into 'rei' (the general terms of Confucianism indicating rituals based on the moral standards and behavior models as manners developed for establishing social order), you will become flattery.
  158. If you go toward east from Suminoenotsu, you will get to Asuka in Nara Basin.
  159. If you happen to meet the fire ball, you have to hide for example under a bridge until it goes away.
  160. If you hate constructing the castle so much, you should go back to your province and prepare for the rebellion'.
  161. If you have a complaint about the shogun family (Hidetada TOKUGAWA), you should raise an army without hesitation'.
  162. If you have seven or eight arrows, you can protect yourself against the enemy for a while.'
  163. If you have the opportunity to go to Atami City, Hakone hotspring, or Tonosawa hotspring for the baths, or visit to Ise Jingu Shrine, be sure not to go to the wrong place.
  164. If you kill yamabushi, you will receive butsubachi (Buddha's punishment) from Kumano Gongen Deity.'
  165. If you kill yourself to atone for it, I'll do the same.
  166. If you listen to slander and take away land rewarded through grants, it is natural to harbor thoughts of treachery. '
  167. If you live peacefully every day without persisting, your deeds lead straight to Buddhism and save others.
  168. If you look at a shrine from a distance, there is usually a thick forest with a torii gate at one end.
  169. If you look away from these countries, discourses on own ethnic group are popular in other countries such as Turkey, South Korea, Malaysia, and so on.
  170. If you look closely, you can find feminine eyebrows.
  171. If you miss me, come to Shinoda forest in Izumi Province to see regretful Kuzunoha.
  172. If you neglect this furegaki and drink yosozake secretly, you will be punished.'
  173. If you practice nenbutsu with or without faith, it never goes against the transcendent, Original Vow of Other-Power.
  174. If you pull a trigger, the fired match drops into the part called the pan.
  175. If you pull me as if pulling an azusayumi (a bow made of Japanese cherry birch), I will follow you, but I do not know how you will feel in the future (Iratsume) (Vol. 2-97)
  176. If you put in an iron nail with a sharp point, there is danger that you'll get injured when you stir it, so it is necessary to blunt it for safety.
  177. If you put the meat on the iron plate beforehand and then spread the dough on it, the fat will spread and enhance the flavor, but the timing to put the dough on or the way to spread it is critical.
  178. If you raise an objection, go back to your country and prepare for a war against me."
  179. If you refuse, you know what will happen.
  180. If you require anything, do not hesitate to ask my vassals.'
  181. If you roll it up tightly, you may damage it.
  182. If you run water into a tray made from quartz - under the moonlight on the fifteenth night of the eighth lunar month - and portray a ghost on a mirror with the water, a ghost will haunt the mirror.
  183. If you search the website of the United States Patent and Trademark Office for some patent documents, you can find process patents from the 1940s for canned coffee by can manufacturing companies.
  184. If you see this fire you will suffer from fever for three days and nights due to a curse of a vengeful spirit (vindictive ghost).
  185. If you stay in Kyoto, I will take it as a rebellion.
  186. If you suddenly cover an egg which has just been taken out of the refrigerator with hot water it will crack, so it is a good idea to warm up the egg a little first in warm water before putting in the hot water.
  187. If you take another theory, the Kyushu theory, Yamatai was just a provincial power in Kyushu and it becomes doubtful as to whether Yamato kingdom existed in the 3rd century.
  188. If you talk about next year, devils will laugh at you.
  189. If you throw earthenware from here into the lake, your wish will be fulfilled by Ryujin, which is a custom called 'Kawara nage'.
  190. If you use a bullet called 'otori-dama' (inferior bullet), a bit smaller than an appropriate one, you can shoot more than ten bullets serially, although the accuracy of fire at the target decreases.
  191. If you use public transportation, you walk 30 minutes from Nabari Station of Kintetsu Corporation Osaka Line, or take a bus and get off at 'Natsumi,' and walk 10 minutes.
  192. If you walk to the side of the building, you'll see the heiden and honden at the rear of haiden.
  193. If you want soba-tama, not udon-tama, you must say 'soba iri' or 'modan with soba' in advance because if you do not say it, some shops willy-nilly serve modanyaki with udon, so you must be careful.
  194. If you want to express thankful feelings in a prayer, follow the same procedure as the above.
  195. If you want to make takoyaki with a creamy center, you had better avoid turning it over too often, in addition to taking much care of the viscosity of the dough.
  196. If you want to pickle for a longer time, it is better to replace with new miso paste.
  197. If you want to recharge an amount other than one of these, you will be asked to do the operation more than twice.
  198. If you want, I will take up your quarrel.'
  199. If you watch the ware through the observation hatch at this stage, you will see the heated wares change to a clear orange color.
  200. If you were unable to get the bell, Shima must return immediately.'
  201. If you wish to side with the Emperor, speak up and leave immediately.'
  202. If you would allow us islanders to live on Geoje Island and its neighboring islands, and honor us by viewing Tsushima as being under Korea's dominion and granting us a new provincial label and seal, we, as your grateful retainers, will obey your orders accordingly."
  203. If your brother attacks you, then use Shiomichinotama to drown him, and if he suffers and begs for forgiveness then save his life with Shiohinotama.'
  204. If your home is not at peace, it is because your wife is overstepping her position.'
  205. If your master or husband is caught up in a disaster, what does his wife feel?'
  206. If your older brother makes a rice field on a higher ground, then make yours on a lower ground.'
  207. If yurei were visible they would appear as the living person.
  208. If, however, Josui was indeed serious about seizing supreme power, it would have required a thorough consultation with his son Nagamasa and, considering Josui's finess, it seems more puzzling than being dismissed as an oversight.
  209. If, however, a commission for changing smaller currencies for a larger one is higher than one for exchanging a large currency for small ones, it was called 'gyakuuchi' (reverse commission).
  210. If, instead of cooked salmon, fresh slices of raw salmon are placed on top of white rice along with salmon roe, then the dish is called "sake ikura don" (salmon rice bowl with salmon roe) or "sake oyako don" ("oyako" meaning parent and child; the salmon being the "parent" and the roe being the "child").
  211. If, on the other hand, the deviation is three or more days, it will be reported as either 'early' or 'late' and, if the deviation is seven or more days, it will be reported as either 'pretty early' or 'pretty late' depending on the circumstance.
  212. If, when you get on a bus, you don't take a numbered ticket or don't pass the necessary card through the card reader, it is the rule that 'you must pay the highest fare on the fare table.'
  213. Ifukube no tsumuji
  214. Ifukube no tsumuji (year of birth unknown, April 21, 658) is a member of Ifukube clan which was an ancient local ruling family in Inaba Province.
  215. Iga
  216. Iga City
  217. Iga City (Iga-ueno area) is home to many tourist spots such as Ueno-jo Castle, Iga-ryu Ninjutsu Yashiki (Iga School Ninja House), and the Haisei-den, a memorial hall for Basho MATSUO.
  218. Iga City, Mie Prefecture
  219. Iga Fudoki (records of the culture and geography of the Iga Province) states as follows:'
  220. Iga Province
  221. Iga Province became the territory of the Oda clan (Tensho Iga War of Iga school).
  222. Iga Province was geographically unsuitable for cultivation because of its clayey soil deriving from ancient Biwa Lake layer.
  223. Iga Shosho
  224. Iga Shosho (year of birth and death unknown) was a poet who lived in the late Heian period.
  225. Iga Ueno Castle (Iga City, Mie Prefecture)
  226. Iga ninja started to be hired by Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) because when Ieyasu TOKUGAWA visited Sakai (present-day Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture) for sightseeing at the time of Honnoji Incident, they escorted and helped him to pass through Iga Province.
  227. Iga no Kagemaru
  228. Iga no Kata
  229. Iga no Kata (the date of birth and death unknown) was a woman who lived in the beginning of the Kamakura period.
  230. Iga no Kata is also called Igashi.
  231. Iga no Kata, Mitsumune, and Sanemasa were deported (Incident of the Iga clan known as Igashi no Hen).
  232. Iga no Tsubone
  233. Iga no Tsubone (birth date unknown - December 4, 1384) was a lady referred to as a brave woman during the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan).
  234. Iga no kami (Governor of Iga Province).
  235. Iga no kata was exiled to Izu (Incident of the Iga clan).
  236. Iga school
  237. Iga school is one of the most famous schools of Ninjutsu as well as Koga-ryu school.
  238. Iga school was also known for its unique training method such as running through Ichi-ri (about 3.927km) without dropping a piece of paper covering half face, and it had been their tradition to grow excellent Ninja by giving such hard training since their childhood.
  239. Iga so koku ikki
  240. Iga-no-kuni (western Mie Prefecture)
  241. Iga-ryu exists in the region separated by only a mountain from that of Koga-ryu.
  242. Igagoe
  243. Igagoe Dochu Sugoroku (Igagoe)
  244. Igaku TSUJI, Yoshiro SAKURAI
  245. Igakubu Konai (Faculty of Medicine Campus)
  246. Igami no Gonta
  247. Igarashi School
  248. Igashi no Hen (Incident of the Iga clan)
  249. Igashi no Hen is a political turmoil that happened in the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), which lasted about a month from June 1224 in the early Kamakura period.
  250. Igatome was an old fox which was deified as a god of matchmaking.
  251. Iglesia de San Francisco Javier (C?ceres)
  252. Iglesia de San Francisco Javier (Pinto)
  253. Igneous rocks and pyroclastic flow deposits are distributed in the vicinity of Mt. Nijo.
  254. Ignite the match.
  255. Ignoring a false rumor that 'she had something abnormal in her body,' he proposed marriage to Tamakazura.
  256. Ignoring the diplomatic document from the Yuan (Dynasty), the eighth regent Tokimune HOJO led the gokenin against the Yuan (Mongol invasion).
  257. Ignoring the refusal, Perry landed with armed soldiers and marched through the city of Naha to Shuri-jo Castle.
  258. Ignoring this, Emperor Gotoba made Imperial Prince Tamehito (later Emperor Tsuchimikado), his biological child, the Crown Prince on the eleventh of the same month and abdicated the throne in favor of Tamehito on the same day.
  259. Igo
  260. Igo (Koji, Daishi and so on) is not used.
  261. Igo and Okiji (Auxiliary words in Chinese unavailable to articulation in Japanese reading)
  262. Igo is a kind of punishment carried out during the Nara and Heian periods to remove a criminal to another province.
  263. Igo no sei
  264. Igo no sei in "Etsusa no densetsu" (The legend of Etsusa)
  265. Igo no sei in "Tamabataki"
  266. Igo no sei is a spirit of Igo which is described in old books and so on from the Edo Period.
  267. Igo style and Personal profile
  268. Igo was such an old game as to be described in Confucius words in "the the Analects of Confucius."
  269. Igo-ken Notes: the letters printed on Teigo-ken Notes were changed into 'the Government of the Empire of Japan' to be issued.
  270. Igomori festival (at the Hosono-jinja Shrine) in January
  271. Igosaku No.1 Kofun Tumulus (Sakura City, Chiba Prefecture)
  272. Igreja de Sao Roque was their dormitory.
  273. Iguchi adored Kanzo UCHIMURA who was a Christian and gave a great impact on the world of thought from the Meiji period to the early Showa period.
  274. Iguchi and Kanzo UCHIMURA
  275. Iguchi died on July 21 of the same year at the age of sixty-nine.
  276. Iguchi joined Higashihotaka Kinshukai (Temperance society) sponsored by Aizo SOMA who became his life-long friend, and he actively participated in social activities.
  277. Iguchi was supported financially by Aizo SOMA and mentally by Kanzo UCHIMURA.
  278. Igumi - Hoki-Daisen section (excluding the premise of stations at both ends): Tottori Railway Department, Yonago Branch Office, West Japan Railway Company
  279. Igumi - Nagatoshi section: Yonago Direction Office
  280. Igumi Coast
  281. Ihai
  282. Ihai (Buddhist mortuary tablet)
  283. Ihai (ancestral tablets) of his father Jotei (Yoshitaka) and Yoshiharu himself were placed at Ikkyu-ji Temple in Uji, Kyoto.
  284. Ihai (mortuary tablet)
  285. Ihai and the picture of the deceased shouldn't be put inside the Family Buddhist alter.
  286. Ihai are created in some areas as a common practice; even in these cases, however, ihai, being used only for the record of a deceased person, do not have a special meaning such as an object where the souls of the dead reside as can be seen in other sects.
  287. Ihai are mainly produced in Aizu-wakamatsu (Aizu-ihai), Kyoto (Kyo-ihai), Nagoya (Nagoya-ihai), and Wakayama (Koya-ihai).
  288. Ihai is a policy under which the Ritsuryo-seifu Government (the ancient Japanese government of centralized governance) (Imperial court) forced Emishi (northerners), who lived in present-day Tohoku area, to move to Kanto region and to the west of Honshu, Shikoku and Kyushu from the 8th to the 9th century.
  289. Ihai is a wooden tablet inscribed with the posthumous Buddhist name of a deceased person to enshrine the spirit of the person.
  290. Ihai is categorized into two types: 'gyakushu-hai' and 'junshu-hai.'
  291. Ihai is generally categorized into three types: uchi-ihai (shiraki-ihai, or literally, plain wood ihai), hon-ihai (nuri-ihai, or lacquered ihai), and tera-ihai (literally, temple ihai).
  292. Ihai produced in these areas are mostly high-end products.
  293. Ihai usually means Junshu-hai.
  294. Ihai was introduced to Japan along with the Zen sect in the Kamakura period and was widely spread in the Edo period.
  295. Ihaido (hall of the Buddhist memorial tablet)
  296. Ihakase, of Shoshichiinoge (Senior Seventh Rank, Lower Grade), responsible for training new physicians
  297. Ihaku HONO
  298. Ihaku HONO shonin (St. Ihaku HONO) VI was the second son of Tadayoshi TORII, a vessel of the Tokugawa family, and an elder brother of Mototada TORII, busho (military commander) in the Sengoku period (the period of Warring State).
  299. Ihan Teimo Naizo Dohanzu; Illustrations of the Waran Naikei Ihan Teimo
  300. Ihei.
  301. Ihiro Azai, from the clan, was appointed as the lord of the castle.
  302. Ihiyorihiko: Sanuki Province
  303. Iho-an: This rustic style teahouse, located behind the hojo and study, was constructed in the early modern period by a master of the tea ceremony Shoeki HAIYA in memory of his wife Yoshino Dayu.
  304. Ii Koto Express, which operated during the tourist seasons, was also downgraded from a special express to a special rapid.
  305. Ii clan
  306. Ii clan-Descendants of Tomoyasu II who was a descendant after five generations of FUJIWARA no Toshiyo, who was a son of Toshimoto.
  307. Ii is also called ready-to-drink coffee collectively with products packed in a chilled cup or a PET bottle (Polyethylene terephtalate bottle).
  308. Ii removed them from their positions as heads of their families and suspended them from office because of their appearance in the castle on an undesignated date.
  309. Ii signed the Treaty without Imperial sanction and appointed Iemochi as the heir to the Shogunate.
  310. Ii took advantage of the position of Tairo (chief minister) and excluded his political enemies.
  311. Ii was assassinated in the Sakuradamongai Incident, and Yoshinobu HITOTSUBASHI became Shogun-kokenshoku and became the 15th shogun after the death of Iemochi.
  312. Ii's Akazonae
  313. Ii's Akazonae (red arms)
  314. Ii's Akazonae (red arms) were renowned around the country as the most elite force among Sengoku (warring provinces) during the Azuchi Momoyama Period, however, there seem to have been many vassals who couldn't stand the strict military discipline of Naomasa and left to serve Tadakatsu HONDA instead.
  315. Ii's Akazonae played a role of spearhead and showed a great performance in the Battle of Komaki-Nagakute, and was feared, which were called Red ogre of Ii.
  316. Iicho
  317. Iida City, Nagano Prefecture
  318. Iida Domain: Iida-jo Castle
  319. Iida Line
  320. Iida Station
  321. Iida pongee
  322. Iijima-bon manuscript previously owned by Shunkei IIJIMA
  323. Iikura
  324. Iimori cemetery
  325. Iimori-jinja Shrine in Fukuoka City, Fukuoka Prefecture performs yabusame based on the old calendar September 9.
  326. Iin-ji Temple Pagoda (Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture), Important Cultural Property
  327. Iincidentally, his imina (personal name) of Tsunanao cannot be found among good historical materials.
  328. Iino Jinya in Kazusa Province, Tsuruga Jinya in Echizen Province, and Tokuyama Jinya in Suo Province are the three major jinya.
  329. Iinoura Station commenced operation.
  330. Iitoyo Hime-jinja Shrine' is in Shirakawa city, Fukushima Prefecture and the enshrined deity is Hime no kami.
  331. Iitoyo ao no mikoto who appears in this is the Iitoyo Princess for sure.
  332. Iitoyo no Himemiko's (Crown Princess Iitoyo) government
  333. Iitoyo no himemiko (440? - 484) was one of Imperial family (the royal family) during the end of fifth century, according to "A Record of Ancient Matter" and "Chronicles of Japan."
  334. Iitoyo no himemiko.
  335. Iitoyo' is an owl in ancient words and was the symbol of Chie (wisdom, knowledge) in ancient Greek.
  336. Iitoyoao no mimemiko (Princess Iitoyoao)
  337. Iiyama Buddhist altar
  338. Iiyama Domain: Iiyama-jo Castle
  339. Iizuka Gion Yamagasa Festival
  340. Iji-jo Castle, 767, beginning of 9th century, Kurihara gun, former site of Iji-jo Castle
  341. Ijima Hachiman-Jinja Shrine
  342. Ijimu no kuni no miyatsuko (regional governor in ancient Japan)
  343. Ijimu no kuni no miyatsuko during the reign of Emperor Ankan.
  344. Ijinkai Takeda General Hospital
  345. Ijishusetsujoemon
  346. Ika (squid) Ajitsuke-meshi (Nagaoka Koyoken)
  347. Ika (squid) Hojo-meshi (Nagaoka Koyoken)
  348. Ika Somen is raw squid that has been sliced to resemble thin noodles.
  349. Ika maki (squid wrapped with fried fish cake)
  350. Ikada (raft) (yakitori): Skewered green onion (Japanese leeks) pieces.
  351. Ikada-gobo (burdock), the preparation of which is to cut gobo into thick pieces, soften the pieces by flapping them with a cooking knife, simmer it in light seasoning and after forming them into the shape of wooded raft, deep-fry the raft-shape gobo.
  352. Ikagu-jinja Shrine
  353. Ikagu-jinja Shrine is a Shinto shrine located in Oto, Kinomoto-cho, Ika County, Shiga Prefecture.
  354. Ikaho Goyotei (located in Ikaho-cho, Gunma Prefecture)
  355. Ikai (court rank) and the color and construction of chofuku
  356. Ikai (court rank) was given to a person who saved a certain amount of money.
  357. Ikai (instructions to successors)
  358. Ikai (the court rank)
  359. Ikai family
  360. Ikai for humans brought privileges such as rights to different offices and provisioning of iden (fields given based upon ikai), but ikai for gods was granted merely as an honor, and more value was placed on shrine ranking than on shinkai.
  361. Ikai was absolutely principal in the hierarchy system, so even though an official had achievements and evaluations on an government post, he did not receive promotion on the post like in Tang.
  362. Ikakeji Raden Sessobako - One Set
  363. Ikakeya
  364. Ikakeya (a craftsman who fixes the metal pans or pots)
  365. Ikakeya indicates the craftsman who does the work of ikake (repairing pots and rice cookers).
  366. Ikakeya walked around towns and villages calling out, and when he was asked, he started the job.
  367. Ikaki (bamboo sieve)/fune/fukuro/yabuta (sake squeezing machine)
  368. Ikan (informal court dress for a man)
  369. Ikan (traditional formal court dress)
  370. Ikan (traditional formal court dress) was originally a costume for night duty (called tonoiginu) in the Imperial Court, however, it started to take root as a working costume in the Imperial Court, then sokutai became to be worn as a formal costume in ceremonies.
  371. Ikan CHIKAMATSU, his grandfather, served Hideyori TOYOTOMI and was successful in military exploits, and later served the Hiroshima domain as an excellent doctor appointed to hogen (the second highest rank for Buddhist priests).
  372. Ikan is called 'tonoi (nighttime) costume', whereas sokutai is called 'hino (daytime) costume'.
  373. Ikan is the work clothes of nobles and government officials in the Imperial Court after the Heian period.
  374. Ikan was close to Soko YAMAGA and had Gyosei, his son, learn the Yamagaryu (Yamaga school) military science and serve as the one who belonged to the samurai (warrior) class.
  375. Ikari Tomomori (Tomomori with the Anchor)
  376. Ikaruga District (Ayabe city, old Saga-mura in Fukuchiyama city)
  377. Ikaruga Otsuka-kofun Tumulus
  378. Ikaruga-cho
  379. Ikaruga-cho Town Hall
  380. Ikaruga-cho is a town in Ikoma County, Nara Prefecture.
  381. Ikaruga-jinja Shrine
  382. Ikaruga-jinja Shrine is a Shinto shrine in Ikoma-gun, Nara Prefecture.
  383. Ikaruganomiya Palace (an ancient Imperial Palace where Prince Shotoku lived in present-day Ikaruga Town)
  384. Ikaruganomiya Palace was the palace where Prince Shotoku lived in present-day Ikaruga Town, Ikoma County, Nara Prefecture.
  385. Ikasuri no Mikannagi no Matsuru Kami
  386. Ikasuri no mikannagi no matsuru kami god is a generic name of the following five gods.
  387. Ikasuri no mikannagi no matsuru kami god is a god in Shintoism (Shintoism).
  388. Ikasuri no mikannagi no matsuru-kami god was originally a god which was deified by Ikasuri no mikannagi (unmarried female ritual officers) in the west building of Shingi-kan ritual office.
  389. Ikasuri-jinja Shrine
  390. Ikata Toji
  391. Ikatsu no mikoto
  392. Ikawa Menpa in Shizuoka City, Shizuoka Prefecture
  393. Ikawadana (the ancestor of Totori no miyatsuko) captured the swan in Izumo Province (in Tajima Province according to another document) and presented the bird to the Imperial Prince, then, Prince Homutsuwake no mikoto became able to speak out while playing with the swan.
  394. Ikazuchi no Oka Toho site is, therefore, called as 'potential Oharida no Miya Palace.'
  395. Ikazuchi-jinja Shrine
  396. Ike Taiga Museum
  397. Ike no Taiga is a literati painter during the Edo Period. He was born June 6, 1723 and died May 30, 1776.
  398. Ike no Zenni
  399. Ike no Zenni (c.1104 - c.1164) was a woman who lived around the end of the Heian period.
  400. Ike no zenni, the second wife of TAIRA no Tadamori, begged for Yoritomo's life in the Heiji War.
  401. Ike-dono, the residence of TAIRA no Yorimori, was located on the south side of the Izumi-dono residence.
  402. Ike-zukuri (slices of fresh raw fish arranged with the head and tail to look lifelike)
  403. Ikebana-kyokaden
  404. Ikebe, who had worked as Takemitsu's musical assistant, was also involved with "Dodesukaden" and worked on all of Kurasawa's films except "Ran" thereafter.
  405. Ikebe-go Village (池辺郷)
  406. Ikeda City - Mino City - Toyono-cho - Kameoka City
  407. Ikeda District, Mino Province.
  408. Ikeda Station was redeployed.
  409. Ikeda clan/Shimotsuma clan: Okayama Domain/Tottori Domain - Harima Shingu Domain => yoriai-hatamoto (a high-ranking hatamoto [direct vassal of the shogun])
  410. Ikeda clan/Takebe clan: Okayama Domain/Tottori Domain - Amagasaki Domain => Hayashida Domain
  411. Ikeda clan: Okayama Domain - Tottori Domain
  412. Ikeda version (the possession of Hayashibara Museum of Art): Pair of six-panel folding screens, Important Cultural Property
  413. Ikeda-cho (Gifu Prefecture) was at its center.
  414. Ikeda-jo Castle was the former residential castle of Murashige ARAKI and it is believed that the castle was an abandoned castle at that time.
  415. Ikeda-machi 5-chome, Omihachiman City, Shiga Prefecture 523-0877
  416. Ikeda-machi Yokangai (Ikeda-machi Western-style residencial area)
  417. Ikeda-machi Yokangai is a name given to a part of the old town area of Omihachiman City, Shiga Prefecture.
  418. Ikeda-machi yokangai
  419. Ikeda-no-sho Manor
  420. Ikeda-no-sho Manor was a shoen (manor in medieval Japan) in Mino Province during the Heian and Muromachi Periods.
  421. Ikeda-no-sho: estate of Imakumanosha Shrine
  422. Ikeda-no-sho: estate of Kofuku-ji Temple.
  423. Ikedamaru
  424. Ikedaya Incident
  425. Ikedaya Incident and Kinmon Incident
  426. Ikegami Honmon-ji Temple
  427. Ikegami Honmon-ji Temple (Ikegami, Ota-ku Ward, Tokyo Prefecture): The Edo period (1607); 31.8 m tall; it is said to have been modeled after the Gojunoto of Nikko Tosho-gu Shrine.
  428. Ikegami Honmon-ji Temple (Ota Ward, Tokyo Metropolis)
  429. Ikegami Honmon-ji Temple (Ota Ward, Tokyo Prefecture)
  430. Ikegami Sojo
  431. Ikegami Sojo is called that since it was written at the time of his death at Ikegami (Ikegami Honmon-ji Temple).
  432. Ikegami-Sone site (lies across the border of Izumi City and Izumiotsu City, Osaka Prefecture)
  433. Ikei Line: Soetsu IKEI
  434. Ikemizu ni/Kuni sakaekeru/Makimoku no/Tamaki no Kaze ha/Ima mo nokoreri (A wind creates ripples on the surface of a pond, so the wind that blew through the Tamaki no miya Palace in Makimoku remains in the water of this pond.)
  435. Iken junikajo
  436. Iken junikajo (twelve opinions) was the written statement on politics that Kiyoyuki MIYOSHI, a scholar of Chinese classics in the mid Heian period, submitted to Emperor Daigo in 914.
  437. Ikenfuji Sankajo
  438. Ikenfuji Sankajo was fuji (written opinion presented to the Emperor) submitted to the Emperor Murakami on January 24, 958 by Jugoi no jo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) Ushoben (Minor controller of the Right) SUGAWARA no Fumitoki.
  439. Ikenobo
  440. Ikenobo College
  441. Ikenobo College, Muromachi-kado
  442. Ikenobo College/Ikenobo Cultural Institute
  443. Ikenobo Senko Tatebana-zu (42 figures): 1 screen.
  444. Ikenobo in Kado
  445. Ikenobo is iemoto (the head family of a school) of Kado (flower arrangement) in Japan.
  446. Ikenobo, the honbo, was named referring to a pond (ike) where Prince Shotoku bathed.
  447. Ikenobo: The name is taken after the originator, Senkei IKENOBO, who was a monk of Rokkakudo Ikenobo (Ikenobo of Rokkaku-do Hall).
  448. Ikezuki (the fine horse given by MINAMOTO no Yoritomo)
  449. Ikezuki (生食) derives from fierceness of eating living creatures and Ikezuki (池月) from the moon reflected on a pond.
  450. Ikezuki (生食) was the name of fine horses which did remarkable work in the end of Heian period.
  451. Ikezuki was given to Takatsuna SASAKI, who was honored to be in the vanguard in the Battle of Uji-gawa River.
  452. Iki (stylishness)
  453. Iki Island
  454. Iki Jizo (Jizo carved into a living tree)
  455. Iki and sui (quintessence)
  456. Iki is generally written with the character "粋," but in specialist works it is written phonetically as 'いき' (iki) in order to distinguish it from "粋" (sui), which is the aesthetic sense of Kamigata (the Kyoto-Osaka district).
  457. Iki kagura dance (January 8, 1987)
  458. Iki shochu is produced by mixing barley with malted rice.
  459. Iki' by Kuki
  460. Iki' shares characteristics such as an orientation toward simple beauty in common with other Japanese aesthetic concepts like wabi (a state of calm, quiet subtlety which avoids being gaudy or showy) and sabi (austere elegance which reflects simplicity and loneliness).
  461. Iki: a diploma of court rank
  462. Ikihadadachi
  463. Ikihagi
  464. Ikihagi (skinning animals alive)
  465. Ikihagi' is a sense of sin, a concept in Shinto, and one of "amatsu-tsumi " (heavenly sins) appeared in Oharae no kotoba, one of 'Norito' (Shinto prayers) collected in the eighth volume of "the Engishiki" (an ancient book for codes and procedures on national rites and prayers)
  466. Ikimi Tenmangu Shrine
  467. Ikimi Tenmangu Shrine (Sonobe-cho) - This is the oldest Tenmangu Shrine in Japan.
  468. Ikimi advanced to Muraya and built a camp, and ordered Kujira lead two hundreds selected soldiers to attack the main camp of commander OTOMO no Fukei who was supporting the enemy's army.
  469. Ikimi took part in the attack of Fukei taking over the place of ONO no Hatayasu who brought the victory in the battle on August 5, but the precise date of the replacement is unknown.
  470. Ikina followed the military with his wife, Oobako, but they were defeated and captured.
  471. Ikina was the descendant of Hirokazu, and his go (title) was Tsukinokishi.
  472. Ikinari Dango: It is made from flour.
  473. Ikinoshima: Iki no shima Island
  474. Ikiryo (vengeful spirits)
  475. Ikiryo are spirits who have had part of their soul separated from their body and bring catastrophe, appearing faintly in the form they had during life.
  476. Ikishinikiho no Mikoto
  477. Ikishiro-jinja Shrine
  478. Ikishiro-jinja Shrine is a Shinto shrine located in Kataoka-cho, Kusatsu City, Shiga Prefecture.
  479. Ikisomimi no mikoto
  480. Ikisomimi no mikoto (or Okisomimi no mikoto, the date of birth and death unknown) was a member of the Imperial family who appears in 'Nihonshoki' (Chronicles of Japan) who lived during the Kofun period (tumulus period).
  481. Ikitsuki Toji
  482. Ikkaku sennin (One horned hermit)
  483. Ikkan HIKI
  484. Ikkan HIKI is one of the Senke jusshoku (Senke's ten designated craftsmen families) and the name is succeeded by the head of Ikkanbari saikushi (artisan of lacquered papier-mache) from generation to generation.
  485. Ikkan HIKI is the family of an artisan who started one of the lacquer craftworks, Ikkanbari (workmanship which is made of bamboo basket covered with Japanese paper painted persimmon juice) in Japan and also have delivered tea utensils such as Ikkanbari natsume (a container for powdered tea) and kogo (an incense container) to successive Senke families.
  486. Ikkan Matabe ONO (passed away at the age of 63 in 1816) is regarded as the originator.
  487. Ikkan school
  488. Ikkan was a warrior of the Wakasa Domain of the Tottori Domain (branch domain of Tottori, domain of Tottori Nishikan Nitta) (his salary was 130 koku of rice), and he studied under Shiseki OGUCHI of the Oguchi school, belonging to the Chikurin school group.
  489. Ikkanbari saikushi (artisan of lacquered papier-mache)
  490. Ikkansai KUNITOMO
  491. Ikkansai KUNITOMO (November 21, 1778 - December 26, 1840), the ninth Tobei KUNITOMO, was a gun (teppo in Japanese) smith and an inventor.
  492. Ikkansai KUNITOMO (Tobeshigeyuki) was known for the development of high power telescopes and a compressed gas cylinder air gun called a 'kiho.'
  493. Ikkansai was the ninth family head with the name "Tobei KUNITOMO", but as he was especially famous, the name usually refers to him.
  494. Ikkanshi Tadatsuna
  495. Ikkanshi Tadatsuna was a sword craftsman in the Settsu Province who lived in the Genroku era during the Edo period.
  496. Ikke: The second and younger sons of renshi and the families branched before Rennyo.
  497. Ikkei: A hairstyle of noble-class women in the Nara Period.
  498. Ikkei: The hair above the forehead is divided into two at the center and are each coupled to the hair on the temple and are each folded back at the height at which the hair does not touch the shoulder to the top of the head to form mage.
  499. Ikkenkai Haga dojo and Nihon Kendo Kyokai, both descended from Hiromichi NAKAYAMA and Junichi HAGA, are still using ashibarai and nagewaza in training as they did in the prewar period.
  500. Ikkensha' or 'Sangensha' regarding the main building of a Shinto shrine means that it has one or three Hashirama on the front facade of the building.
  501. Ikki (Uprising)
  502. Ikki Cases
  503. Ikki KITA severely criticized the publication, saying that it was merely an illicit combination of the national policy theory and socialism.
  504. Ikki also referred to a state in which the uncertified military forces would carry out a resistance movement, including the use of armed forces, against the existing regime based on a claim.
  505. Ikki and jizamurai
  506. Ikki is also used as a Japanese equivalent to the German word Putsch (for example, Munchen Putsch).
  507. Ikki uprisings abated after the Shimabara War of 1637, and a form of struggle called hyakusho ikki, including goso and chosan (farmer's desertion from his land as a form of resistance), began to comprise the majority of ikki.
  508. Ikko
  509. Ikko Ikki
  510. Ikko Ikki (revolts by Ikko Sect believers) such as the Kaga ikko ikki and ikki (revolts) in Yamashiro Province are famous.
  511. Ikko Shunsho, a descendant of the Kusano clan in Chikugo Province, was originally a monk of the Chinzei school of the Jodoshu sect; according to another opinion, he was a monk of the Nishiyama Jodoshu sect.
  512. Ikko drum, Ni no tsuzumi drum, San no tsuzumi drum, and Yon no tsuzumi drum came down to Japan for Togaku music in the Nara period.
  513. Ikko ikki (literally, "Ikko-sect riot") is a general term for riots during Japan's Sengoku period (period of warring states) (Japan) caused by followers of the Hongan-ji Temple branch within the Jodo Shinshu sect (the True Pure Land Sect of Buddhism), which was also called the "Ikko" or "only one direction (to heaven)" sect.
  514. Ikko ikki (uprising of Ikko sect followers)
  515. Ikko' is also read as 'hitasura' (entirely) and means to 'believe in a being saved entirely by the Amida Buddha.'
  516. Ikko' literally means 'devotedly' or 'earnestly,' indicating the devotion of oneself to one thing.
  517. Ikkoku Heikinyaku
  518. Ikkoku heikinyaku refers to land taxes and assignments evenly imposed on shoen (manor) and kokugaryo (territories governed by a provincial government office) of a particular province during the Middle Ages in Japan.
  519. Ikkoku-toryo who were also military nobles confirmed the territories of the Tato fumyo class and so on to guaranteed their hereditary prerogatives.
  520. Ikkoshu
  521. Ikkoshu is a Buddhist sect founded by Ikko Shunsho, a Jodoshu sect monk during the Kamakura period.
  522. Ikkoshu' of Ikko Shunsho
  523. Ikkoshu' of the Jodo Shinshu sect
  524. Ikku additionally wrote "Zoku Hizakurige" series, and Yajikita traveled on foot to Kotohira-gu Shrine, Itsukushima-jinja Shrine, Kiso region, Zenko-ji Temple, Kusatsu-onsen hot spring and Nakasen-do Road, and the book finally concluded 21 years later.
  525. Ikku published many illustrated books of popular tales as a professional writer since 1795, but he had no major hit yet.
  526. Ikku traveled often to do research for his stories.
  527. Ikkunbanmin-ron
  528. Ikkunbanmin-ron is a theory in which constitutional authority is given to only one ruler, and under this sovereignty any discrimination and distinction from social status shold not be allowed among all other people.
  529. Ikkyaku Itto, the visitors can light their own candles and put them on the festival site (500 yen).
  530. Ikkyo (aikido's first basic technique): Take the opponent's arm and extend the elbow joint as far as it will go, then place the opponent on his/her stomach and hold him/her down.
  531. Ikkyu
  532. Ikkyu attire includes kuroho (black vests, with wanashikarakusa-mon crests), murasakinubakama (purple hakama, with shiroyatsufuji-mon crests), and court caps (with shige-mon crests).
  533. Ikkyu pretended to be a crazy person with a romantic turn of mind, and wandered about entertainment areas, but people saw him as a person rising above the vulgar herd in certain respects.
  534. Ikkyu-ji Temple
  535. Ikkyu-jinja Shrine (Fukuchiyama City)
  536. Ikkyu-jinja Shrine is a shrine, that is located slightly to the south of the urban area in Fukuchiyama City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  537. Ikoi no Mori: Osagi-cho, Iwakura, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City
  538. Ikoi no Mori: close to Kokusai Kaikan Station on the Kyoto City Subway Karasuma Line
  539. Ikoi no mura (the village for relaxation), the Yamato highlands
  540. Ikoka Tokyu (how to evaluate instructors)
  541. Ikoku Nikki (the documents of foreign diplomatic summary by Suden)
  542. Ikoku Tokai Goshuin-jo (The collection of letters bearing the shogun's scarlet seal)/Ikoku Kinnen Gosho soan (The draft of recent activities in foreign diplomacy)
  543. Ikoku keigobanyaku (military service)
  544. Ikoku keigobanyaku was a military service imposed by the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) on Gokenin in Kyushu.
  545. Ikoku keigobanyaku was a military service of guarding the coastlines, including the Hakatawan Bay, which was thought to be a potential target of the Yuan's invasion, and the service continued for a certain period of time, led by Shugo (formed in four groups, replaced in every March).
  546. Ikoku nikki Gokiroku zakki (The miscellany of Ikoku Nikki)
  547. Ikoma City
  548. Ikoma City Arisato Public Cemetery Pagoda (Ikoma City, Nara Prefecture), Important Cultural Property
  549. Ikoma stone
  550. Ikoma-Ide Line of Nara Prefectural Route/Kyoto Prefectural Route 65
  551. Ikoma-Ide Line of Nara and Kyoto Prefectural Route 65
  552. Ikomanimasuikomatsuhiko-jinja Shrine
  553. Ikomanimasuikomatsuhiko-jinja Shrine is a Shinto shrine located in Ikoma City, Nara Prefecture.
  554. Ikomatsuhiko (another name of Ikomatsuhikonokami) is enshrined in the middle, and Ikomatsuhime no Mikoto (another name of Ikomatsuhimenokami) is enshrined on its right side.
  555. Ikomatsuhikonokami and Ikomatsuhimenokami have been worshiped as the gods that preside over fire since ancient times.
  556. Ikomayama Kamunabiyama Hongi (Records of Mt. Ikoma and Mt. Kamunabi)
  557. Ikoroto, a grandson of Ikohoto no mikoto, the founder of Awa no kuni no miyatsuko, was appointed as Ijimunokuni no miyatsuko during the reign of Emperor Seimu.
  558. Ikubi kissaki (boar neck point)
  559. Ikubun junior high school, Ayanokoji Sagaru (to the south of Ayanokoji)
  560. Ikue MASUDO, an actress, attracted public attention by telling on a TV program that she is habitually using a handmade Etchu fundoshi loincloth.
  561. Ikue no kami god
  562. Ikuemon MAKITA, Shinbei SATO
  563. Ikugumu' is the original word for 'Ikugumi,' which means starting to grow.
  564. Ikuken was reassigned due to the demands of the powerful European nations and the United States, and YUAN Shikai was assigned to suppress the Boxers at the end of 1899.
  565. Ikukunitama no mikoto was enshrined in Okadakuni-jinja Shrine from its foundation.
  566. Ikumeiribikoisachi no Sumeramikoto, the Emperor Suinin
  567. Ikumeiribikoisachi no mikoto settled in the palace of Tamagaki at Shiki, and governed the country (Shiki-gun, Nara Prefecture).
  568. Ikumi-tenmangu Shrine
  569. Ikumi-tenmangu Shrine is a shrine in Sonobe-cho, Nantan City, Kyoto Prefecture
  570. Ikune-jinja Shrine (Nishinari Ward, Osaka City) (Nishinari Ward, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture): Separated from Ikune-jinja Shrine in Sumiyoshi Ward, Osaka City.
  571. Ikune-jinja Shrine (Sumiyoshi Ward, Osaka City) (Sumiyoshi Ward, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture)
  572. Ikuno Bugyo (Ikuno Magistrate)
  573. Ikuno Bugyo was administered under Nobunaga ODA, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI as well as the Tokugawa Shogunate, and it controlled the area of Ikuno Ginzan Silver Mine.
  574. Ikuno Incident and execution
  575. Ikuno Incident, along with the Tenchu-gumi Incident, is evaluated as the precursor for the Meiji Restoration.
  576. Ikuno Prefecture
  577. Ikuno Prefecture was a prefecture that was established in 1869.
  578. Ikuno Prefecture/Izushi Prefecture (30,000 koku)/Toyooka Prefecture (15,000 koku)/Muraoka Prefecture (11,000 koku).
  579. Ikuno Prefecture: established after being separated from Kumihama Prefecture on August 10 (old lunar calendar) in 1869
  580. Ikunosuke MATSUYAMA
  581. Ikunosuke MATSUYAMA (year of birth unknown-August 7, 1864) was a member of Shinsengumi (special police who guarded Kyoto during the end of Tokugawa Shogunate).
  582. Ikuo HIRAYAMA
  583. Ikuo HIRAYAMA - The afterglow in Changan (1987).
  584. Ikura
  585. Ikura (salmon roe) Ichimatsu-zushi
  586. Ikura is salmon roe.
  587. Ikuraga-dera Temple (Horyu-ji Temple)
  588. Ikusa (battles)
  589. Ikusa' later became 'ikusa' (written as 戦, current word for battle), but '軍' was called as 'ikusa' at that time.
  590. Ikushima
  591. Ikushima (senior lady-in-waiting associated with Tenshoin - the wife of Iesada TOKUGAWA, the 13th shogun of the Tokugawa shogunate of Japan)
  592. Ikushima - Otoshiyori to Tenshoin.
  593. Ikushinkan (gym)
  594. Ikuta school
  595. Ikuta-gawa River (play)
  596. Ikutaryu School style
  597. Ikutsuhikome no mikoto was born from the beads wrapped around her left arm.
  598. Ikutsuhikone
  599. Ikutsuhikone no mikoto
  600. Ikutsuhikone-jinja Shrine (Azuchi-cho, Gamo-gun, Shiga Prefecture)
  601. Ikuyama's 'Hagi no Tsuyu' (Dew on the Bush Clover) is known as the masterpiece of masterpieces.
  602. Ikyu comes out of the Miuraya brothel again.
  603. Ikyu enters Miuraya after that.
  604. Ikyu enters the stage again.
  605. Ikyu enters.
  606. Ikyu is infuriated.
  607. Ikyu knew that Sukeroku is really SOGA no Goro Tokimune from the beginning, indeed.
  608. Ikyu knows that Sukeroku is SOGA no Tokimune, and ties to trick Sukeroku into betraying the MINAMOTO clan by drawing his Tomokirimaru sword.
  609. Ikyu mentions a new prostitute and says he will hire her.
  610. Ikyu must envy Sukeroku.
  611. Ikyu pretends to be unperturbed by that and begins preaching to Sukeroku.
  612. Ikyu reappears.
  613. Ikyu replies,
  614. Ikyu requests the courtesans to light a pipe for him, but nobody can meet his request.
  615. Ikyu seeks to win Agemaki's heart, and vexed himself at Agemaki who lost her heart to Sukeroku.
  616. Ikyu sits besides Agemaki and start murmuring words of love in her ear, but every now and then someone pinches Ikyu's leg.
  617. Ikyu stands before a three-legged incense burner, pointing out that the three SOGA brothers should unite steadfastly like the burner.
  618. Ikyu starts reviling Sukeroku as 'such a coward cannot attain a great ambition.
  619. Ikyu still keeps reviling.
  620. Ikyu upbraided Agemaki 'Are you going to be the lover of such a man and lead a miserable life?'
  621. Ikyu watches that.
  622. Il-Sung KIM initiated the Battle of Pochonbo.
  623. Illegal trading became normalized, and collusive relationships between kokyowa and Korean people were accelerated.
  624. Illegitimate children of a family head belonging to the kazoku class became kazoku as well, however, mistresses could not become kazoku even if her son became the family head.
  625. Illegitimately born children are not recognized to be a part of the Imperial family.
  626. Illicit manufacture and betrayal
  627. Illumination Street in Nara (from July 1 to October 31)
  628. Illumination street Nara, from Tuesday, July 1 through Friday, October 31.
  629. Illumination: Six illumination towers for night game
  630. Illumination: Six light fixtures for night game
  631. Illusion of Yozei-Genji' "Seishi to Kamon" (family name and family crest), 1989, (Toshio HOGA) Claimed that the conventional family tree was authentic.
  632. Illustrated Diagram of Onjo-ji Temple 12 scrolls
  633. Illustrated Fan of Wang Xizhi, Josetsu
  634. Illustrated Scroll of the Lotus Sutra
  635. Illustrated scrolls are often titled with endings of '-ekotoba,' '-soshi,' '-eden' and others, like "Heiji Monogatari Ekotoba" (illustrated stories of Heiji Rebellion), "Jigoku Zoshi" (handscrolls depicting Buddhist hell), "Honen Shonin Eden" (illustrated tales of Honen, a Buddhist saint) and so on.
  636. Illustration of Jingo-ji Temple
  637. Illustration of Kozan-ji Temple
  638. Illustrations
  639. Illustrations and songs
  640. Illustrations were provided by various artists including Yoshiiku OCHIAI, Hiroshige UTAGAWA III andKyosai SHOJO.
  641. Ima Ganbarazu ni Itsu Ganbaru: Ozeki Soen no Ishiki Kakumei Goroku
  642. Ima Hie-jinja Shrine and Ima Kumano-hongu Shrine were also constructed in Hoju-ji Temple.
  643. Ima Monotagari (Present-Day Tales)
  644. Ima no Tsurugi Sword
  645. Imabari City (Ehime Prefecture)
  646. Imabari Domain: Imabari-jo Castle
  647. Imadegawa Campus
  648. Imadegawa Campus (Imadegawa-dori Teramachi Nishi-iru, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto City)
  649. Imadegawa Campus (Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture)
  650. Imadegawa Campus was built on the site where the old residence of the Satsuma domain once stood, as well as the residence of the Reizei family which stood next to it, the Kyoto Imperial Palace to the south, and Sokoku-ji Temple to the north.
  651. Imadegawa Campus (Karasuma Higashi-iru, Imadegawa-dori, Kamigyo ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, 602-8580)
  652. Imadegawa Library
  653. Imadegawa Library (Imadegawa Campus)
  654. Imadegawa Station
  655. Imadegawa Station (K06) - Marutamachi Station (K07) - Karasuma Oike Station (K08)
  656. Imadegawa Station of Kyoto City Subway Karasuma Line is located immediately below or a little bit to the north of the intersection.
  657. Imadegawa Station, Karasuma Line of the Kyoto City Subway Line
  658. Imadegawa Station, located in Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, is a facility of the Kyoto Municipal Subway Karasuma Line.
  659. Imadegawa Station, which is an underground facility located beneath the crossing of Karasuma-dori Street and Imadegawa-dori Street, has one platform serving two tracks.
  660. Imadegawa, Shinmachi, and Muromachi campuses are close to each other, so the three campuses are usually called Imadegawa Campus altogether, and used as almost one campus.
  661. Imadegawa, Shinmachi, and Muromachi campuses are close to each other, so they are often called Imadegawa Campus altogether, and almost used as a single campus.
  662. Imadegawa-dori Street
  663. Imadegawa-dori Street bus stop (to the east)
  664. Imadegawa-dori Street bus stop (to the west)
  665. Imadegawa-dori Street is one of the major east-west streets in the northern part of downtown Kyoto City.
  666. Imadegawa-dori Street now acts as the northern boundary of Kyoto Gosho (Old Imperial Palace), which runs along its north side.
  667. Imadegawa-kochi was the site of the Satsuma domain residence in the past, and Reizeike Shiguretei Bunko (Shiguretei bunko library of the Reizei family) is located adjacently.
  668. Imaemish checked the place and was assigned as the Director for the Construction of Nagaoka-kyo Palace.
  669. Imaemish relegated Dokyo to the administrator of Yakushi-ji Temple of Shimotsuke Province.
  670. Imaemishi quitted his job as Sadaiben (Controller of the Left) to rest for the sake of his health.
  671. Imaemishi was assigned as the 16th envoy to Tang Dynasty China in 775.
  672. Imagawa Clan
  673. Imagawa and Hojo also established a marital relationship through Shingen, and thus, Ko So Sun Sangoku Domei (tripartite of the Kai-Sagami-Suruga alliance) was established.
  674. Imagawa-yaki (Japanese pastry)
  675. Imagawa-yaki cakes
  676. Imagawa-yaki is a pastry which is made by baking batter in molds.
  677. Imagawa-yaki is cylindrical in form with a thickness approximately twice that of a pancake.
  678. Imagawa-zuka (tomb) in Shogaku-ji Temple in Kiyosu City, Aichi Prefecture.
  679. Imagawa-zuka (tomb) in Tokai City, Aichi Prefecture.
  680. Image
  681. Image 2006 08200011.JPG
  682. Image D50 140 with Umekoji Steam Locomotive Museum mg540: Class D50 #140
  683. Image D51-1 and C62-1 Umekoji: Class D51 #1 and C62 #1
  684. Image JNR-C5345: Class C53 #45
  685. Image JNR-C621-SteamLoco: Class C62 #1
  686. Image JNR-D51200: Class D51 #200 (Steamliner)
  687. Image JNR9633: 9633
  688. Image JRW-B2010: Class B20 #10
  689. Image JRW-C56160: Class C56 #160 (SL Kita Biwako)
  690. Image JRW-C622: Class C62 #2
  691. Image Kyoto palace garden01| Oikeniwa Garden
  692. Image Kyoto palace garden02| Gonaitei Gar
  693. Image character of Fukuchiyama Tourist Association
  694. Image of 11-Headed Kannon, color on silk
  695. Image of Bodhidharma
  696. Image of Fudo Myoo Nidoji, color on silk
  697. Image of Fudomyoo Sandaidoji Gobushisha, color on silk
  698. Image of Fugen Bosatsu, Tokyo National Museum
  699. Image of Fugen Enmei Bosatsu, Jiko-ji Temple, Hiroshima (in 1153)
  700. Image of Fugen Enmei Bosatsu, Matsunoo-dera Temple (Maizuru city), Kyoto
  701. Image of Fukukenjaku Kannon, color on silk
  702. Image of Godaison (Five Great Wisdom Kings), Kiburi-ji Temple, Gifu (in 1090)
  703. Image of Godaison, To-ji Temple, Kyoto (in 1127)
  704. Image of Iwashimizu hachimangu, main shrine
  705. Image of Iwashimizu, hachimangu 01s3000, in front of bamboo bush
  706. Image of Iwashimizu, hachimangu03s3000, a stone lantern in front of main shrine
  707. Image of Juniten (Twelve Devas), Kyoto National Museum (succeeded from To-ji Temple) (in 1127)
  708. Image of Kobodaishi, color on silk ? with inscription (attributed to Goudain) (Dangi Honzon)
  709. Image of Kokuzo Bosatsu (Akasagarbha Bodhisattva), Tokyo National Museum
  710. Image of Monju-Bosatsu, color on silk
  711. Image of Sanno Honchi, color on silk - This piece was originally kept at Kannon-ji Temple (Ashiurakannon-ji Temple) in Kusatsu City, Shiga Prefecture, and passed through a private collection before it was donated to Enryaku-ji Temple.
  712. Image of Shaka Nyorai, Jingo-ji Temple, Kyoto
  713. Image of Soo-kasho, color on silk
  714. Image of Suketomo as seen in "Tsurezuregusa"
  715. Image of Taigenho Honzon (Color on Silk Image of Taigen Myoo (36-armed, 8-armed, 4-armed), 3 scrolls: Image of Bishamonten, Shaka Mandara-zu, Kokuzo Mandara-su)
  716. Image of Tendaidaishi, color on silk
  717. Image of Tendaidaishi, color on silk, Arisa
  718. Image of Twelve Devas, color on silk ? 12 paintings (kept at Kyoto National Museum), splendidly colorful Buddhist paintings from the late Heian period
  719. Image: StatueOfOkuni.jpg|right|120px|Statue of Okuni (Kyoto Shijo Ohashi area)
  720. Images
  721. Images depicting this scene include the ukiyo-e "Kidomaru" by Kuniyoshi UTAGAWA and "Hakamadare Yasusuke Kidomaru Jutsukurabe no Zu" (battle picture of Yasusuke HAKAMADARE and Kidomaru) by Yoshitoshi TSUKIOKA.
  722. Images of 12 Devas: Painted in the Heian period, designated as a national treasure
  723. Images of plants are painted on the ceiling.
  724. Images of the fantastic romance concerning "Hakkenden" contribute to tourism and publicity of the areas connected with the SatomiI family, including the Awa area, but fiction is sometimes confounded with historical facts.
  725. Images or words of konnyaku
  726. Imaginary beasts other than Komainu
  727. Imagination inspired by such as "nishikie" (colored woodblock prints) was widely added to the both stories.
  728. Imagined from few documents, Sadayoshi was relatively promoted at the Nagaoka Domain after the defeat.
  729. Imago-ura Cove, Usugaura-shima Island, Yasugi-hama Beach
  730. Imai Machinami Exchange Center 'Hanairaka' (prefectural cultural property): Materials on Imai town are exhibited.
  731. Imai Machiyakan: It is a machiya (a traditional townhouse) building built in the early 18th century around the middle of Honmachi-suji Street.
  732. Imai Machizukuri Center (Imai Town Planning Center): The Imai Town Preservation Society is based in this center.
  733. Imai Town
  734. Imai Town had developed as a jinai-cho around the Shonen-ji Temple, but after Nobunaga ODA disarmed the town, it enjoyed prosperity as an autonomous city, along with Sakai, until the end of the Edo period.
  735. Imai Town is a town located in Kashihara City, Nara Prefecture.
  736. Imai came to be regarded as a first-class director.
  737. Imai founded a production company called Horupu Eiga and became its president.
  738. Imai is also known for having been denounced by Buraku Liberation League for the second part of the film "Hashi no nai kawa" (River Without a Bridge).
  739. Imai urban greening: It refers to the southwestern corner of Imai Town, in part of which the moat is still left.
  740. Imai was born to a priest in Shibuya, Tokyo.
  741. Imai was invited to Toho, where he had been employed in the past, and released the anti-war film "Kaigun Tokubetsu Shonenhei" (Special Naval Youth Soldiers) in 1972.
  742. Imai worked as an assistant director for filmmakers such as Kyotaro NAMIKI and Nobuo NAKAGAWA.
  743. Imai-cho
  744. Imai-cho, Kashihara City, Nara Prefecture, 1993, temple town and autonomous city
  745. Imai-cho, Kashihara City, Nara Prefecture, temple town and autonomous city
  746. Imaichi soba and Nikko soba (Nikko City)
  747. Imaicho, where the temple is located, is selected for the Preservation Districts for groups of historic buildings and eight machiya (traditional merchant's townhouse) in the town are designated as national important cultural properties.
  748. Imaizaki, Ryugo-cho (Amami-Oshima Island); Imai Gongen, at which Gondadaibu IMAI was posted by Yukimori in preparation for possible attack by the Minamoto clan, is located here.
  749. Imajo soba (buckwheat noodles of Minami Echizen-cho)
  750. Imajuku Ichirizuka (milestone)
  751. Imakagami (The Mirror of the Present)
  752. Imaki no kami (in the first hall): The god of textile dying, handicrafts and garments
  753. Imaki no kami was originally enshrined at Tamurakokyu and Kudo no kami and Fukuraki no kami were originally enshrined at the Kudo-jinja Shrine (listed in the Register of Deities of the Engishiki) in Heiguri County, Yamato Province
  754. Imakumanosha Shrine
  755. Imamairi committed suicide in Gamo County, Omi Province while in the midst of her banishment; one party of the Shogunate was also exiled.
  756. Imamairi no Tsubone was his wet nurse as well as his concubine.
  757. Imamairi no tsubone
  758. Imamairi no tsubone (unknown - March 3, 1459) was a woman of the Muromachi period and a wet nurse to eighth Shogun Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA and a concubine.
  759. Imamairi no tsubone was exiled because he was suspected when a child of Tomiko, the legitimate wife of Yoshimasa, died early because of her curse, and forced to commit suicide in1459, thought to be ordered by Tomiko or Shigeko.
  760. Imamairi was opposed by kanrei (shogunal deputy) Katsumoto HOSOKAWA and Mochikuni HATAKEYAMA and when Shigeko HINO, a legal wife of sixth Shogun Yoshinori ASHIKAGA, ran away, Imamairi no tsubone was thought to have had a hand in these affairs.
  761. Imamaru HAYASHIYA
  762. Imamiya Daijin (god of sound health; annual festival held on October 9)
  763. Imamiya Station was elevated and JR Namba Station became an underground station.
  764. Imamiya Station was established.
  765. Imamiya-jinja Shrine (Kyoto City)
  766. Imamiya-jinja Shrine (Kyoto City), Yasurai Matsuri Festival
  767. Imamiya-sha Shrine (Deities: Okuninush, Ikazuchi-no-kami, Susanoo)
  768. Imamura Unshu
  769. Imamura always showed an awareness of Kawashima's work, establishing his own style based on the Tohoku region's 'underlying psychology' (which in Imamura's own words was "heavy comedy").
  770. Imamura is also well known for his close relationship with Frankie SAKAI, Shoichi OZAWA, and Takeshi KATO, friends from his school days.
  771. Imamura subsequently adapted this idea of underlying psychology to create a style with a documentary-like touch.
  772. Imamura was a master craftsman with a global outlook, and many of his films, including "Unagi," feature scenes involving female nudity.
  773. Imamura, however, remained at Nikkatsu, going on to make several more films including "Nippon konchu ki" and "Akai satsui."
  774. Imanishi Residence (Important Cultural Property): Imanishi family served as the head of sodoshiyori (officers who worked under the town magistrate) of Imai town for generations.
  775. Imanishi-ke Jutaku (Imanishi family's House)
  776. Imanishi-ke Jutaku is located in Imai-cho, Kashihara City, which has been selected as one of the Preservation Districts for Groups of Historic Buildings, in the central part of Nara Prefecture.
  777. Imanishike Shoin (the Imanishi family's residence in Shoin-zukuri style [a traditional Japanese style of residential architecture that includes an alcove])
  778. Imao's son Masahira changed the name to Ozuki no Sukune after their home town Ozuki, Kurita-gun, Omi Province (present-day Shiga Prefecture) and thereafter the clan also went by the name of the Ne family (using the last character in Sukune).
  779. Imari City, Saga Prefecture, is believed to be the land where Tajimamori landed when returning from Tokoyo no kuni, and at Imari-jinja Shrine, there is the Nakashima-jinja Shrine enshrining Tajimamori.
  780. Imashi Sumemina (dear my child who carries out the will of the God of Heaven), take and fulfill the mission given, and be the one to reign.
  781. Imashirozuka Tumulus (Takatsuki City, Osaka Prefecture: True burial mounds of Emperor Keita, 190 meters long)
  782. Imasuke KOKONTEI the fifth was regarded as a storyteller of new rakugo, but he was performing Ninjo-banashi excellently.
  783. Imatani's assertion impacted art historians, however, later, Katsuya SETA advanced the year of the scenery and he presumed the one who ordered to paint it was Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA.
  784. Imawaka
  785. Imayo
  786. Imayo (a popular style of Japanese songs in the Heian period)
  787. Imayo (an ancient verse form)
  788. Imayo Satsuma Uta is a Kabuki play written by Onitaro OKA.
  789. Imayo Satsuma Uta.
  790. Imayo has its origins in the middle of the Heian period.
  791. Imayo is one style of Japanese songs.
  792. Imayo satsuma uta (Imayo Satsuma Song) written by Onitaro OKA
  793. Imayo was followed by many tunes composed in and after the Japanese modern age, such as "Ichigatsu Ichijitsu" (January First), "Ware wa Umi no Ko" (I Was Born by the Sea)," and "Kojo no Tsuki" (The Moon Over the Deserted Castle).
  794. Imazu Bay (for Chikubushima Island).
  795. Imazu Church, United Church of Christ in Japan
  796. Imazu Commerce and Industry Building
  797. Imazu Port
  798. Imazu Port (bound for Chikubushima Island)
  799. Imazu Vories Museum
  800. Imazu Zazenso (Symplocarpus foetidus) colony (Shiga Prefecture green zone protected area: domestic Japan southern most colony of Symplocarpus foetidus)
  801. Imazu, Imazu-cho, Takashima City, Shiga Prefecture.
  802. Imi
  803. Imi in Shinto rituals.
  804. Imibetsugu-sha Shrine (Oita Prefecture) in Kunimi Town, Higashikunisaki District, Oita Prefecture holds 'Betsugu-sha Yabusame' in October.
  805. Imibi is sometimes identified with the Olympic torch, but there is no culture to worship flames in Shinto.
  806. Imiki
  807. Imiki was given to the Kuninomiyatsuko (the heads of local governments) who already had the title of Atae or clans whose ancestors are toraijin (people from overseas, especially from China and Korea, who settled in early Japan and introduced Continental culture to the Japanese).
  808. Imiki was one of the kabane (hereditary titles) established by Yakusa no Kabane (the eight hereditary titles) in 684, and it was placed as the fourth rank.
  809. Imikirau
  810. Imina
  811. Imina (personal name) and okurina (a posthumous name)
  812. Imina (personal name) was Hikohiro (彦博)
  813. Imina (real name of a man of position) was Korekiyo.
  814. Imina was Masaaki.
  815. Imitating a cloistered emperor, she created In no cho (Retired Emperor's Office), appoint betto (chief officer), hogandai (an administrative official of the Retired-Emperor's Office), shutendai (secretary of the In no tsukasa) and other officers, rule the court, and replenish the Kurodo (Chamberlain).
  816. Imitation
  817. Imitation Tenshu
  818. Immediate Cause (Shigakko and rebellion of Warrior Class)
  819. Immediate after his death, his family published his last paper to oppose the succession of the kazoku status "Study on the One-Generation Kazoku," and did not take the procedure to success the peerage.
  820. Immediate retainer of the Oda family
  821. Immediately after Emperor Montoku's accession to the throne, Sadanushi was conferred Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) with an additional post of Sagami no kami (the governor of Sagami Province).
  822. Immediately after Fukei raise his army, Miyuki's younger brother Yasumaro was one of messengers delivering Fukei's important message to Oama no Miko.
  823. Immediately after Ienobu assumed the position of shogun, Hakuseki ARAI abolished the order Shorui Awareminorei and dismissed the sobayonin Yoshiyasu YANAGISAWA.
  824. Immediately after Tenchugumi's raising of an army, political change occurred on August 18 and the political situations changed drastically.
  825. Immediately after Toshimichi OKUBO was assassinated in 1877, he became a Sangi (councillor) and then assumed the post of Rikugunkyo (Chief of the Army) at the end of the year.
  826. Immediately after World War II ended, he worked to fill the role of intermediary between Douglas MacArthur, Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers (SCAP) and leader of General Headquarters, and Fumimaro KONOE.
  827. Immediately after Yoshinaka departed, NAKAHARA no Yasusada, the envoy who had been dispatched to Kanto region returned to Kyoto.
  828. Immediately after Yoshisada entered the castle, the Northern Court led by Echizen no kuni shugo (the Governor of Echizen Province) Takatsune SHIBA besieged the Kanegasaki-jo Castle.
  829. Immediately after a train departs from this station for Uji, the station house and platforms of Uji Station come into view.
  830. Immediately after he returned to Japan, he was appointed as Fukushima Kenrei (Governor of Fukushima Prefecture).
  831. Immediately after his arrival, he conducted a land survey with MINAMOTO no Tsunemoto, an officer of Musashi Province.
  832. Immediately after his inauguration, however, the Emperor began rejecting audiences with government officials for health reasons.
  833. Immediately after his return to Japan, he died of urine poisoning in Tokuyama, Yamaguchi Prefecture (present Shunan City) where he was then staying.
  834. Immediately after hitting the water, he strongly closes both legs and pushes the water down with both hands, to avoid the head sinking under water.
  835. Immediately after it occurred, all trains on the line were stopped, and no serious damage was incurred, also because the number of trains operated was small (two trains an hour in one direction).
  836. Immediately after its establishment, the Nihon Shakaito aggressively generated mass movements such as the one opposing the fare rise of the Tokyo Shiden (the streetcar network of Tokyo City).
  837. Immediately after mixing, it is soft, but it increases in strength when dried.
  838. Immediately after moromi is produced, almost all sake has an alcohol concentration close to twenty percent because of parallel multiple fermentation.
  839. Immediately after moving to the office, zuryo ordered officials at his office to submit a document in which situations of the province were described (called 'chumon').
  840. Immediately after passing National Route 170, the Moriguchi-kaido Road branches off to the north at the Shitomiyahigasi intersection.
  841. Immediately after returning home, Senmatsumaru died of illness.
  842. Immediately after taking office, in 1662, Mitsukuni therefore commanded Tsunetaka MOCHIZUKI the machi-bugyo (city governor under the authority of the shogunate) to install a sewer system.
  843. Immediately after that, Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple was burnt down.
  844. Immediately after that, Keitai sent troops to back Baekje, but Iwai (local ruling family in Kyushu) colluded with Silla and began Iwai War in northern Kyushu which caused Keitai great pain to quell.
  845. Immediately after that, Montblanc stated at the Geographic Society held in Paris, and in line with the Satsuma clan's opinion, "Japan is a union of lords having an Emperor as their chief and it was a mistake for countries to conclude a treaty with the bakufu"
  846. Immediately after that, Nobunaga called his pages and counterattacked warriors of the Akechi clan brandishing a sickle-like weapon (naginata (Japanese halberd) art), but he was shot his left shoulder by a bullet shot by the musket troops of the Akechi clan.
  847. Immediately after that, Yoritomo's troops experienced a large loss in a battle against Kagechika OBA at Mt. Ishibashi in Sagami Province (the Battle of Mt. Ishibashi).
  848. Immediately after that, Yoshiaki at Makishima-jo Castle also surrendered and was banished from Kinai, bringing an end to the Muromachi Shogunate.
  849. Immediately after that, Yoshitane was overthrown and was expelled from Kyoto.
  850. Immediately after that, because Toshiie's condition got worse, Ieyasu visited Toshiie's residence to ask about his health.
  851. Immediately after that, he addressed a kishomon (sworn oath) to Kogakubo (descendants of one of the Ashikaga families that held the office of the Kanto district administrator) Takamoto ASHIKAGA, committing that the Hojo clan would not fight against Takamoto.
  852. Immediately after that, he closed the shoji (sliding paper door) (and set fire and committed suicide).'
  853. Immediately after that, he was killed as a criminal in Kawajiri of Satsuma Province (current Ibusuki City, Kagoshima Prefecture).
  854. Immediately after that, her father became the Prime Minister of Japan and her husband became his secretary.
  855. Immediately after that, however, Shuho died on October 14, and Shuei asked Kamesaburo NAKAGAWA for Sogo (official challenge match) to succeed the title of Honinbo but was declined, and therefore Shuei succeeded the Honinbo family again to be Honinbo the 19th.
  856. Immediately after that, however, Todayu KANKI fled to Nagaharu BESSHO's place and confronted with the troops of Hideyoshi HASHIBA.
  857. Immediately after that, however, he died in August.
  858. Immediately after that, however, the news of political change in Kyoto was conveyed to HIRANO; he was shocked to know that the just cause for raising an army was lost, now Tenchu-gumi was labeled as a mob, and the order to hunt down and kill the group was issued.
  859. Immediately after that, it was designated as a National Treasure, indicating the huge impact that the excellent quality of this work had.
  860. Immediately after that, on March 27, the Taira clan lost numerous family members, suffering a defeat at the Battle of Ichinotani from which the clan would not recover.
  861. Immediately after that, the restaurants called 'Sakaegiku' and 'Tokyo Kaikan Co., Ltd.' (closed during the late 1990s) were opened in the town as the second and third sushi restaurants in America.
  862. Immediately after the Battle of Sekigahara, his older brother, Emperor Goyozei planned to dismiss his son, monk-Imperial Prince Kakujin who was supposed to be the heir and transfer the imperial throne to his younger brother, Imperial Prince Toshihito.
  863. Immediately after the Battle of Toba-Fushimi, the former bakufu kaigun stayed in Mt. Tempo oki (coast) in Osaka.
  864. Immediately after the February 26th Incident in 1936, he received an imperial command to succeed Prime Minister Keisuke OKADA, but he declined at the time, using his health as an excuse.
  865. Immediately after the Heiji War, he captured FUJIWARA no Tsunemune and FUJIWARA no Korekata, close associates of Emperor Nijo, on the order of Kiyomori, according to "Gukansho" (Jottings of a Fool).
  866. Immediately after the Honnoji Incident, Nobutaka premeditatedly murdered Nobusumi TSUDA, a real older brother of Nobukane, but Nobukane kept serving Nobutaka.
  867. Immediately after the Jinshin War, Emperor Tenmu moved his residence here.
  868. Immediately after the Meiji restoration, OSHIMA had a part in a Japan-Korea negotiation.
  869. Immediately after the Seinan War was over, he became a KONOE totoku (Governor of the Imperial Guard).
  870. Immediately after the War, Emperor Showa made an imperial tour throughout the country.
  871. Immediately after the assassination of Yoshiteru, Hisahide MATSUNAGA and his fellow conspirators imprisoned Kakukei, Yoshiteru's younger brother, of Ichijoin of Kofuku-ji Temple in Nara.
  872. Immediately after the battle, Tokuko became a nun and began a secluded life in Ohara.
  873. Immediately after the bombardment, the force charged the Satsuma army's temporary headquarters in Nanamoto all at once as a single target.
  874. Immediately after the close of the Russo-Japanese War he travelled to allied Britain and went to see a football match (at Newcastle United) with other commissioned officers and the crew.
  875. Immediately after the confession, the Imperial envoy was sent to capture Kawatsugu, however, Kawatsugu was already gone.
  876. Immediately after the counterfeiting case, he faced hardship because of the absence of orders from the army and Osaka Prefecture.
  877. Immediately after the death of Emperor Tenmu, Prince Otsu who was regarded to have succession right of the Imperial Throne after the Crown Prince was accused of a rebellion and executed.
  878. Immediately after the death of Prince Mochihito, his sympathizers passed on his call to Kawachi-Genji (Minamoto clan) members lying in wait across the country.
  879. Immediately after the death of Soshitsu Senso, his successor and the 5th head of the school, Soshitsu JOSO, was retained by Kaga domain but soon resigned to serve the Hisamatsu clan of Iyo-Matsuyama domain.
  880. Immediately after the death, the nine-tailed fox transformed herself into a huge poisonous rock to kill humans and animals that came nearby.
  881. Immediately after the disturbance, the Fujiwara clan succeeded in making a daughter of Fuhito, Komyoshi (Empress Komyo), the first retainer to become Empress.
  882. Immediately after the imperial order was given, however, Yukitsuna TADA informed Kiyomori of the Shishigatani plot in secrecy, which caused Kiyomori to change his mind and redirected his army of the Taira clan which had been gathered for attacking Mt. Hiei to the capture of the plotters.
  883. Immediately after the incident he reported to Imperial Household Ministry, sentenced to death at 10 o'clock am on July 27th in the same year and killed with other five persons at the Ichigaya Prison at 11 o'clock am.
  884. Immediately after the incident, the reconstruction project was launched for the Great Buddha and its hall of Todai-ji Temple, and for the temple buildings and Buddhist statues of Kofuku-ji Temple.
  885. Immediately after the issue of Morita area was settled by arbitration, on November 18, 1974, in Kiryu City of Gunma Prefecture, the Kiryu Area Mining Pollution Committee was established, and 444 peasants participated in the negotiation with Furukawa Mining.
  886. Immediately after the marriage, however, the couple began to realize their religious missions behind their own backgrounds through abnormalities in the health and career of Fumiaki (Shinjo).
  887. Immediately after the murder of Kiyokawa, the Roshigumi was reorganized by the bakufu as "Shinchogumi," security guards of Edo City, changing its direction dynamically.
  888. Immediately after the occurrence of that incident, the fact that the Emperor Yozei, who was very fond of horses, had built a stable in his own palace (Kinchu), and was having low-ranking folk tend to the horses he kept there came to light.
  889. Immediately after the palace restoration, Shinzei produced a list of 30 new provisions of the new administration, and poured his efforts into tightening discipline both among government officials and in the provision and maintenance for political operations and events of the court.
  890. Immediately after the ports of Hakodate, Yokohama, and Nagasaki were opened, they turned into boom-towns in a strange phenomenon that became known as a "gold rush."
  891. Immediately after the torii (Shinto shrine gate), the road approaching the shrine extends to the left and ends at the compound of Enryu-ji Temple.
  892. Immediately after the war, the Imperial Court asked the bakufu who the next Emperor would be.
  893. Immediately after this appointment, Sanetoshi was appointed Gon Dainagon (a provisional chief councilor of state), which was a suitable position for bukeshisso.
  894. Immediately after this event, Kiyoura was ordered to form a Cabinet but failed to do so due to the retaliation by the navy that did not select the Minister of Navy for the Cabinet (Manko administration).
  895. Immediately after this incident, when MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, who had been banished to Izu Province, raised an army, Aritsuna joined the army under Yoritomo, so as to destroy his grandfather's enemy, the Taira clan.
  896. Immediately after this, Yoritomo defeated the Taira clan army in the Battle of Fujigawa and focused on the stabilization and management of the Kanto region at the wish of the Kanto Samurai Group which supported him.
  897. Immediately after, he dismayed those around him by granting an amnesty to Communist Party members who had violated the Maintenance of Public Order Law and detainees from the February 26 Incident, justifying his actions as 'an attempt to reconcile the various opinions within the nation.'
  898. Immediately afterward, Imperial Prince Takahira ascended the throne as Emperor Gotoba, but Noen was at the west sea far from the capital and heard the news to no avail.
  899. Immediately afterwards, powerful families in the Hokuriku region (including Kaga Province, Noto Province and Wakasa Province) began to rebel.
  900. Immediately before Hideyoshi's death, he was asked by Hideyoshi to be an aide of Hideyori TOYOTOMI, a successor of Hideyoshi.
  901. Immediately before and after Enjaku's death, however, Kansai Kabuki exhibited renewed vigor for a short time.
  902. Immediately before entering the priesthood in 1425, he was appointed Jun-daijin (Vice Minister).
  903. Immediately before her death, Ukifune wrote letters only to Nioumiya and her mother though she loved Kaoru, Nioumiya, her mother, and Naka no kimi.
  904. Immediately before his death, Kiyomori advised Goshirakawa to carry out affairs of state in close cooperation with Munemori.
  905. Immediately before his death, Yorinaka gave a loud laugh saying that 'Yoshitomo is petty-minded and trying to survive leaving everyone else behind. He will regret greatly if something happens to him.'
  906. Immediately before his death, he was impressed by the behavior of Yasuharu WAKISAKA, who visited him alone to urge his surrender, and he also presented a scabbard of a spear made with hide of Mustelidae (martens) to Yasuharu.
  907. Immediately before his death, the Dajodaijin (Grand Minister) post was conferred on him.
  908. Immediately before the Gangyo War, the increase in the cost of Akita-jo Castle to appease the Emishi in Hokkaido had become a problem, to the extent that the finances of Dewa Province were put under pressure.
  909. Immediately before the Onin War, samurai warriors who were assembled in the capital broke into and robbed financial institutions called doso, calling their robberies 'shi-tokusei,' which literally means 'privately declared tokusei.'
  910. Immediately before the Surrender of Edo-jo Castle (1868) on January 23, Hirokazu KAWAKATSU was appointed to Wakadoshiyori.
  911. Immediately before the appearance of Nishikie, an extremely low-chromatic multicolor printing called Mizue emerged, in which profile lines are drawn by "Tsuyukusa" (blue Asiatic Dayflower) rather than India ink.
  912. Immediately before the attack on the Enryaku-ji Temple in June 1, Yukitsuna TADA informed on cloistered government aides, Narichika, Saiko, and Shunkan, claiming that they had gathered in Shishigatani in suburban Kyoto to discuss toppling the Taira clan.
  913. Immediately before the ending, Yuranosuke reappears on the stage, wearing a greenish brown costume and saying, "You two, wait, don't be in haste."
  914. Immediately before the surrender, the Information Board of the Ministry of Interior (the pre-war Ministry of Home Affairs) issued the following notice to the media.
  915. Immediately before their erigae (promotion to a full-fledged geisha), maiko change their hairstyle into a sakko fashion (one of maiko's hairstyles) and apply ohaguro (black painted teeth).
  916. Immediately before this, on November 11, Munemori was travelling a pilgrimage to Itsukushima-jinja Shrine. (Source: Article for November 14 in "Gyokuyo").
  917. Immediately before tsuyuake, the amount of rainfall increases and it tends to cause intense rainfall.
  918. Immediately before using it, smash the leaf's cells by patting it a few times to bring forth its scent.
  919. Immediately following the establishment of the law, a Migyosho was issued to the Omi Shugoshiki (provincial constable of Omi Province) Rokkaku Ujiyori where it was mentioned that the law had been accompanied by imperial sanction authorized by Emperor Gokogon of the Northern Court (Japan).
  920. Immediately following this coup, Tokihira made his younger sister of the same mother, FUJIWARA no Onshi enter the court of Emperor Daigo as nyogo (high-lanking lady in the court)
  921. Immediately thereafter in February, Ryoma was attacked by shogunate officials at Teradaya inn, but escaped death.
  922. Immediately thereafter, Ryoma was attacked by a man of the shogunate at Teradaya, Satsuma-Hantei (the Satsuma Domain's residence maintained by a daimyo in Edo) and at Saigo's indication Ryoma was protected.
  923. Immediately thereafter, the assassination of Toyo YOSHIDA by Kinnoto occurred, and at the beginning Ryoma was suspected as the assassin.
  924. Immediately, Jutaro started the business as a broker of Western fabrics.
  925. Immediately, Yusai HOSOKAWA read a satirical poem, 'Tsutsuizutsu, a tea bowl broken into 5 pieces, let the blame fall on me,' and he calmed Hideyoshi's anger (a cultural property of Ishikawa Prefecture).
  926. Immediately, she became pregnant and gave birth to a red jewel.
  927. Immigrated Hayato attended the rituals and events such as Daijo-sai festival (a festival to celebrate the succession of an emperor).
  928. Immortals and Lofty Scholars (two six-fold screens), Attributed to Kano Eitoku
  929. Imo Incident
  930. Imo Jizo (potato Jizo)
  931. Imo-an (potato paste), Sweet potato paste
  932. Imo-yokan (azuki-bean jelly containing sweet potato paste)
  933. Imo-yokan (yokan containing sweet potato paste) and Uiro (a sort of sweetened steamed cake made of rice powder) were derived from mushi-yokan.
  934. Imo-yokan is a Japanese sweet having sweet potatoes as a main ingredient that is kneaded and molded.
  935. Imoan
  936. Imogara nawa was eaten at the battle front it was cooked by simmering taro with miso and miso soup could be made quickly by pouring hot water on it in their bamboo hats which were worn then.
  937. Imogayu
  938. Imojiri mai no kubisuji (nape): "imojiri" means a mantis.
  939. Imoko was born into the ONO clan, a local ruling family, in Ono Village, Shiga County, Omi Province (the present-day Otsu City).
  940. Imon Meiji Yasuda Seimei Building - Southwest corner of the intersection
  941. Imose-yama Onna Teikin (Proper Upbringing of a Young Lady at Mount Imose)
  942. Imoseyama Onna Teikin (Imoseyama)
  943. Imotoama was anxious about how to marry Ukifune to chujo.
  944. Imotoama, who lost a daughter a few years before, thought Ukifune as the gift of Hatsuse kannon (the goddess of kannon at the Hatsuse-dera Tempe) and nursed her warmly.
  945. Imozake' made using yamaimo (Japanese yam; said to have the effect of increasing vitality) is a major example.
  946. Impact
  947. Impact of chazuke on other dishes
  948. Impact of the Petition
  949. Impact of the advance into the continent after opening of Japan
  950. Impact of the battle
  951. Impact on Ming
  952. Impact on Ritsuryo System
  953. Impact on domestic situations in Japan
  954. Impact on neighboring states
  955. Impact on the Korean Peninsula
  956. Impact on the legislative system
  957. Impact on things other than music
  958. Impacts after the war
  959. Impatient Nobunaga hit out at the Hongan-ji Temple army of 15,000 soldiers surrounding Tenno-ji Temple with only 3,000 soldiers.
  960. Imperative form
  961. Imperative forms of some godan doshi (5-grade conjugation verbs) conjugate at 'i' dan (i-grade), being considered as an abbreviation of 'nasai' and may be used in addition to normal forms of the standard Japanese.
  962. Imperial Academy Councilors
  963. Imperial Appointment as Technical Adviser - Retirement from the Department of the Interior
  964. Imperial Court Lady: Ichijo no Tsubone, of Yugimonin, a daughter of Sanetoshi FUJIWARA
  965. Imperial Court also agreed with the sanmon shuto, and ordered the Ashikaga bakufu to banish Doyo to Dewa Province, and Hidetsuna to Mutsu Province.
  966. Imperial Court and Shinto
  967. Imperial Court and people in Kyoto desired MINAMOTO no Yoritomo go up to Kyoto, therefore the Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa sent Yoshinaka to search for and kill the Taira clan in Saigoku (western part of Japan - especially Kyushu, but ranging as far east as Kinki), instead demanded Yoritomo go to Kyoto.
  968. Imperial Court announces reform
  969. Imperial Court policy
  970. Imperial Court: Kyoto
  971. Imperial Crown Prince Atsuakira (Koichijo-in), Imperial Princess Toshi, and Imperial Prince Shoshinho, among others, were Seishi/Sukeko's birth children.
  972. Imperial Decree dated October 23, 805 written by Mamichi SUGAN, Daijokan (Grand Council of State) Decree dated April 2, 805
  973. Imperial Defense Policy
  974. Imperial Defense Policy in 1907
  975. Imperial Defense Policy in 1918
  976. Imperial Defense Policy in 1923
  977. Imperial Defense Policy in 1936
  978. Imperial Defense Policy was the basic guidelines for military strategy in the Empire of Japan.
  979. Imperial Era 2600 During Wartime
  980. Imperial Era and Yasuda Mutual Life Insurance Co.
  981. Imperial Family (Emperor Goshirakawa > Emperor Gotoba, etc.) > Miura clan (Yasumura MIURA) > Imperial Family (Emperor Gosaga, etc.)
  982. Imperial Family Autonomy System
  983. Imperial Family Councilors
  984. Imperial Family Status Ordinance (Imperial family's Act No. 2 in 1910)
  985. Imperial Family members demoted from nobility to subject were given a surname to show their rank was reduced to subject.
  986. Imperial Fuel Industrial Enterprise Company Naibuchi Line: Otani Station (Karafuto) - Naibuchi Station (23.2km)
  987. Imperial Guard Headquarters:
  988. Imperial Highness' is used as his title of honor.
  989. Imperial House Act
  990. Imperial House Act is a law of Japan, institution of which was indirectly obligated by the Constitution of Japan and which establishes the system, composition, and the like of the Imperial family, such as an order of succession of the Imperial Throne.
  991. Imperial House Act, Chapter 1, Succession to the Imperial Throne
  992. Imperial House Act, Chapter 2, Imperial Family
  993. Imperial House Act, Chapter 3, Regent
  994. Imperial House Act, Chapter 4, Age of Maturity, Title of Honor, Ceremony of the Enthronement, Rites of an Imperial Funeral, Genealogy of the Imperial Family, and Mausoleum
  995. Imperial House Act, Chapter 5, Imperial Household Council
  996. Imperial House Economy Law
  997. Imperial House Shinto
  998. Imperial House Shinto - religious services in imperial court
  999. Imperial Household Agency
  1000. Imperial Household Agency Kyoto Office

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