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  1. After that, Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA, the third shogun, added Rinsen-ji Temple to the gozan temples at the request of Shogunal Deputy Yoriyuki HOSOKAWA between 1377 and 1379.
  2. After that, Yoshimitsu solidified his power as a shogun by provoking Yoshihiro OUCHI, making him raise an army, and by destroying him in 1399 (the Oei War).
  3. After that, Yoshimochi handed over the shogunship to Yoshikazu ASHIKAGA and Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA did the same to Yoshihisa ASHIKAGA while retaining the real power, all these were aimed at establishing the succession of shoguns.
  4. After that, Yoshimoto placed a priority on manzai for performances in yose, and promoted an exclusive contract with Harudanji KATSURA and other rakugo storytellers, having them perform only in 'Kagetsu', a yose that Yoshimoto operated.
  5. After that, Yoshitaka worked hard to let Imperial Prince escape safely, but he was injured all over, exhausted, and committed seppuku.
  6. After that, Yoshitomo went to Kyoto and befriended Yoshikuni's son MINAMOTO no Yoshiyasu (Yoshiyasu ASHIKAGA), and that strengthened the alliance between Yoshitomo and the father and son pair of Yoshikuni and Yoshiyasu.
  7. After that, Yuizen received outside help from Yuien (Yuien of Kawada) and converted to Jodo Shinshu.
  8. After that, Yukimochi HOSOKAWA (the son of Yoshiharu) of the Shugo family of Awa temporarily succeeded the Bicchu Shugo, and Masaharu HOSOKAWA of Yashu family, who was a biological father of the Kanrei Takakuni HOSOKAWA, became the Bicchu Shugo after few years of blank.
  9. After that, Zogusho revived with FUJIWARA no Oguromaro appointed the head when the removal of capital to Heiankyo took place; however, it was abolished when 'Tokusei dispute' broke out between FUJIWARA no Otsugu and SUGANO no Mamichi in 805 and the construction of Heiankyo was canceled.
  10. After that, a Shinto priest was not appointed until the Taisho period.
  11. After that, a behind-the-scenes political struggle began in the Imperial Court in the form of a face-off between the side of Emperor Reigen and Fuyutsuna ICHIJO and the side of Motohiro KONOE.
  12. After that, a common name "Shibaraku" was used as an official title.
  13. After that, a group including Yuien went up to Kyoto and asked Shinran about the incident.
  14. After that, a large number of insects that looked like Okiku at the end of her life appeared and cursed Genban's house to ruin.
  15. After that, a plague spread and Emperor Yomei passed away.
  16. After that, a practice was established in which the successor was chosen from omote yuhitsu when 'oku yuhitsu' had a vacant position, and the official duties began to be divided.
  17. After that, a punitive force to invade Harima, Bizen, and Mimasaka was decided, which consisted of a major army of Mochitsune HOSOKAWA, Sadamura AKAMATSU, and Mitsumasa AKAMATSU from Settsu Province and the Yanama family including Mochitoyo YAMANA from Tajima Province and Hoki Province.
  18. After that, a rule was made before the eighth century for an emperor to send a mission once every 20 years as described in the book written by the Tang priest Yuiken and a mission was sent approximately every dozen to two dozen years.
  19. After that, a rumor that Nobunaga would attack Koyasan was spread.
  20. After that, a rush of uprisings spread to Izumi and Nara Provinces, and the situation was described as 'within 39.2 k㎡ from Osaka, there was no place freed from an uprising.' ("Bakumatsu Chinjishu" [Curious Incidents in the Last Days of the Tokugawa Shogunate]).
  21. After that, a temple was built in Rokujodono, where the retired Emperor and the Princesses palace used to be, the Retired Emperor continued to let the ladies-in waiting serve at the Palace in the same way as it use to be.
  22. After that, a young boy wears a mask of a demon and dances holding a short stick decorated in gold and silver.
  23. After that, about 650 of the artifacts were unearthed at 100 sites in Kanto and Chubu regions and other areas except Hokkaido.
  24. After that, according to the "Eiga monogatari" (A Tale of Flowering Fortunes), Chifuru is said to have married FUJIWARA no Kaneyori, FUJIWARA no Yorimune's son and a grandson of Michinaga.
  25. After that, according to the sutra, there are another four stages called Kumuhensho (the lowest heaven of Mushikikai (the realm of non-form)), Shikimuhensho (the second lowest heaven of Mushikikai (the realm of non-form)), Musho-usho (the third lowest heaven of Mushikikai (the realm of non-form)) and Hisohihisosho (the highest heaven of Mushikikai (the realm of non-form)).
  26. After that, according to the sutra, there are another four stages called Kumuhensho (the lowest heaven of Mushikikai (the realm of non-form)),Shikimuhensho (the second lowest heaven of Mushikikai), Musho-usho (the third lowest heaven of Mushikikai) and Hisohihisosho (the highest heaven of Mushikikai).
  27. After that, additional buildings were constructed one after another.
  28. After that, all KUNOHE clan were cut off the head and subverted by Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI.
  29. After that, all political conflicts between parties and the government were to be brought to the Diet.
  30. After that, all the heads of the SONO family became Gon Dainagon except those who died young, and the SONO family became the most noble of the Urin family, although the Sono family was originally a lower court noble with the highest rank of Gon Chunagon (Provisional Middle Councilor).
  31. After that, all the members attacked the Kumamoto Chindai Army (in Kumamoto Castle) of the government forces, killed soldiers in the castle one after another, and gained control of the artillery barracks.
  32. After that, all the volumes were reprinted twice, in 1998 and in 2002.
  33. After that, along with the progress of cremation techniques, the practice of cremation became extensively widespread in modern and contemporary Japanese society,
  34. After that, although it is not clear whether they had made such promise or he had another reason, he casually showed up at the door of Saigo's house in Uenosono and stayed as the family's guest.
  35. After that, although the Choshu army lead by Shuzo SERA managed to recapture Oshima, the mop-up operation to capture the remnants of the bakufu army spread out around the island continued until the end of the war.
  36. After that, although the borders of some towns were changed and some new towns were created in accordance with the land readjustment project, the above-mentioned 302 towns still exist in 2009.
  37. After that, an improvement or elimination of operations was also repeated frequently.
  38. After that, another new theory, Maruyama theory, came forth.
  39. After that, around 1960, as the sources of ebi-imo around the land of its birth, Kyoto and Osaka, gradually became residential areas, Chuen became the main source, and has remained so up to the present day.
  40. After that, as Hirano also died early, his younger brother SAKANOUE no Kiyono scceeded to his position.
  41. After that, as Tokyo Station started in practice in 1914, the company also began servicing Tokyo Station.
  42. After that, as a chief vassal of the Sanada clan, he captured more castles, including Onabuchi-jo Castle (小那淵城), Nagurumi-jo Castle and Ogawa-jo Castle (Kozuke Province).
  43. After that, as a currency with a face value of one shu, Isshugin (silver coin) came to be used instead.
  44. After that, as for the battle between the North and South Courts, in 1348, Doyo participated in the battle of Shijonawate it with more than 2,000 horsemen to defeat Masayuki KUSUNOKI's army, but in the battle thereafter Doyo's second son Hidemune SASAKI was killed.
  45. After that, as mentioned above, it split off from Higashiyama Ward in 1976 to form Yamashina Ward.
  46. After that, as no applications based on Private Railway Act were turned in, the Light Railway Act and Private Railway Act were abolished in 1919.
  47. After that, as the monetary economy developed, the number of farmers who lived in poverty gradually increased.
  48. After that, at Koreyoshi's request, Tadaomi taught Koreyoshi's heir, Michizane.
  49. After that, at the Battle of Danno ura, Nino Ama held the former Emperor and they drowned, while saying "there was another city under the waves," I still remember how he looked the last time I saw him.
  50. After that, at the age of one, he was adopted out to Shonosuke SHIOBARA, a friend of his father.
  51. After that, attention was paid to the trial and efforts for restoration.
  52. After that, based on the Taiko kenchi, only new cultivator's rights became effective, resulting in the disappearance of the old multilayered land governance structure in both reality and in name.
  53. After that, because the sixteenth head of the family, who was his nephew, had no adoptive hier, Kiyohisa became the seventeenth head of the family.
  54. After that, bentos came to be used for occasions like cherry blossom viewing or a tea ceremony.
  55. After that, buildings except the east pagoda were lost by fires caused by wars in 1499 and 1506 and by an earthquake in 1596.
  56. After that, by Nobunaga's order to capture Chugoku region he marched Harima province and subdued Norifusa AKAMATSU, Nagaharu BESSHO, Masamoto KODERA and other followers of AKAMATSU clan, the former Shugo (an official of Muromachi Shogunate).
  57. After that, captions were played on the TV screen to sing along with the caption, but the same images were displayed on it.
  58. After that, charcoal is removed together with the impurities.
  59. After that, children who hold barrels and bales break up into groups and go door-to-door in respective area, accompanied by Nanori-sendo boatmen wearing a red livery coat with a chochin (Japanese paper lantern) labeled as 'Deguchi-daimyojin.'
  60. After that, decchi is only known through classic Rakugo (classical comic story-telling) and works of Kobako HANATO or comedies of Yoshimoto Shin Kigeki (Yoshimoto New Comedy Troupe) (such as 'Acchi Kocchi Decchi' [Decchi here and there]) in a parody of them.
  61. After that, details of progress of the war are not known until October.
  62. After that, due to confrontation with Kiyomasa KATO over policies, he sided with a civilian government group including Mitsunari ISHIDA and joined the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600 as a general of the western army in concert with Mitsunari ISHIDA.
  63. After that, due to leaks and heavy damage, it was decided to again rebuild instead of repair it.
  64. After that, during the Kenmu period, Hachirosukemune MATSUI who was a Gokenin of Yamashiro Province took the side of Takauji ASHIKAGA and belonged to the Shogun Norikuni IMAGAWA, then received Hanashi so of Suruga Province in 1338 and served the Imagawa clan, Suruga shugo (military governor).
  65. After that, during the Muromachi period the power on the land gradually began to reach the power on the sea.
  66. After that, during the time of Tadamasa MIZUNO, the lord of Ogawa-jo Castle, the Mizuno clan expanded their power as far as Aomi County, Mikawa Province and established their base at Kariya-jo Castle (Kariya City).
  67. After that, each time Shigetaka relocated his home ground, those were called, 'Maita-gosho,' 'Setagaya-gosho,' and 'Setagaya-dono.'
  68. After that, even during the Edo period, when the bridge was washed away or lost several times, the Hosokawa family helped with funds.
  69. After that, even if their stipend was small, the clan survived until the end of the Edo period.
  70. After that, even though he took a side glance at the government of Taira clan headed by TAIRA no Kiyomori at the height of its prosperity, he gave no particular sign of opposing it.
  71. After that, even though there were calls to revive the Nyoin in regard to the treatment of Yoshiko NAKAYAMA and Naruko YANAGIHARA (birth mothers of Emperor Meiji and Emperor Taisho, respectively), there was a lot of opposition and it did not come to fruition.
  72. After that, even when Kiyomori visited Kyoto, he did not stay at Izumi-dono but at the residence of his wife, TAIRA no Tokiko, in Nishi-hachijo.
  73. After that, fifteen volumes in total were issued until 1878.
  74. After that, five kankoku heisha shrines, nine prefectural shrines and 81 others were built in Taiwan.
  75. After that, following accomplishment of 'Juni-nen-rozangyo' (ascetic practices without descending Mt. Hiei for twelve years) according to the rules of Mt. Hiei, he did ascetic practices at Mt. Omine and Kumano sanzan (three major shrines, Kumano-Hongu-Taisha, Kumano-Hayatama-Taisha and Kumano-Nachi-Taisha).
  76. After that, following changes were made in 1960 and the area was organized into seven towns.
  77. After that, following the precedent in the Muromochi period in which the two nations retained a good relationship, an envoy fromm Korea came to be sent to Japan corresponding to a request from the Tokugawa shogunate, and then the name of the envoy was changed from Kaito-ken-sakkanshi to Tsushinshi.
  78. After that, for convenience in conversion among units, the Weights and Measures Act set 1 kan at 3.75 kilograms, so 1 monme became equal to 3.75 grams.
  79. After that, for some distance it follows National Highway 168 along Kumano-gawa River until joining Kii-ji Road, and finally it arrives at Kumano Hongu-taisha Shrine.
  80. After that, for traveling and living cost in Kyoto the land of Nose was given to the Shimazu clan, who had surrendered to Hideyoshi
  81. After that, from 1885 to 1933, no comments on 'Datsu-A Ron' were found.
  82. After that, from 1983, the Bunkakosei-kaikan Hall has been run as facilities for disabled persons.
  83. After that, from the 11th century through the 13th century with the establishment of the Shoen koryo sei (The System of Public Lands and Private Estates), Shinden was positioned as one of Joden (tax-exempted rice fields) of Shoen or Kokuga (local government office)
  84. After that, get the nokyo shuin (temple stamp) on the nokyo cho (prayer book), oizuru (thin, sleeveless over garment worn by pilgrims), hanging scroll etc.
  85. After that, going through two campaigns to defend constitutionalism, the press became active, and this is also known as Taisho democracy.
  86. After that, goods which were landed to Hanakuma-jo Castle were stored in Kannoji-jo Castle, Jurinji-jo Castle and caves in Takarazuka and the route to carry to Arioka-jo Castle in the night by crossing Koyano.
  87. After that, guard against attack was strengthened in troops of Nobunaga ODA and Nobunaga ODA himself visited the area of Arioka-jo Castle for urging soldiers to fight vigorously.
  88. After that, han bills were changed repeatedly and guarantors also changed.
  89. After that, han bills were no longer officially printed.
  90. After that, having a council of war including ichiryo gusoku, the self-made rural samurai, they aimed to take complete control of Awa Province.
  91. After that, having difficulty in making a living, he borrowed money in Osaka under the name of Shinsengumi.
  92. After that, he accompanied his father to study in Nagasaki, and learned about the Qing dynasty and the art of the Nanga (a school of painting originating in China).
  93. After that, he also had Kisaburo KAWAI, Sanjyuro TANI, Kanryusai TAKEDA and others conduct hara-kiri, or had them killed by a sword so as to maintain the order within Shinsen-gumi.
  94. After that, he also held successively the positions of Gon Chunagon (Provisional Vice-Councilor of State) and Gon Dainagon (Provisional Chief Councilor of State), and in 1261, he was appointed as Dainagon (Chief Councilor of State) and Ukone no daisho (Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  95. After that, he also took part in Battle of Mukden, and returned to Japan in March, 1903.
  96. After that, he also visited Qing several times and interacted with Yu Yue.
  97. After that, he applied to the Imperial Palace of Nitto Guho (entered Tang and continuing to pursue Buddhism).
  98. After that, he assumed Sangi (councilor), Toka no sechie Geben (kugyo who supervised matters outside Jomei Gate at Toka no sechie - Imperial Court ceremonies where many persons danced while singing), Tosho-gu Hoheishi (an imperial messenger to Tosho-gu Shrine) in succession.
  99. After that, he assumed Suo no Gon no kami (provisional governor of Suo Province), Sangi (councilor), Chunagon (vice-councilor of state), Dainagon (chief councilor of state), Naikyobo no Betto (chief of Naikyobo - a place in the Imperial Palace where singing and dancing was taught), and a post at Konoefu (the headquarters of the inner palace guards) in succession.
  100. After that, he assumed the post of Secretary of the Imperial Household by the request of an aide and had a plan to integrate the Meiji government and the Emperor.
  101. After that, he assumed the posts; kengy (temple or shrine administrator) of Three Shrines of Kumano; chori (the head priest who governs the affairs of a temple) of Onjo-ji Temple.
  102. After that, he attempted to have crossed the sea to Japan over five times, only to fail.
  103. After that, he attended Tokyo Gaikokugo Gakko (the Tokyo School of Foreign language) (under the old education system) and went to France in 1884, staying there until 1893.
  104. After that, he became Army Surgeon General (equivalent to Lieutenant General), and temporarily withdrew from creative activities, but he later began to issue "Subaru" (a literary magazine), then wrote "Vita Sexualis," "'The Wild Geese" (novel) and so on.
  105. After that, he became Daisanji (second to a governor) of Hiroshima prefecture.
  106. After that, he became Echizen no Gon no kami (Provisional Governor of Echizen Province), Sanuki no Gon no kami (Provisional Governor of Sanuki Province), Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state) and then Gon Dainagon in 1481, and served until 1489.
  107. After that, he became Genroin gikan (councilor of Chamber of Elders).
  108. After that, he became Gon Chunagon and Toka no sechie Geben (a Kugyo who supervised many matters outside Jomei Gate at Toka no sechie - Imperial Court Ceremonies) and was finally assigned to Gon Dainagon.
  109. After that, he became Gon Dainagon in 1402, after assuming Owari gon no kami (a provisional governor of Owari Province) and Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state).
  110. After that, he became Hyuga no kuni no kami (Governor of Hyuga Province) as of 761.
  111. After that, he became Kyoshiki (the Capital Bureau) and then held the office of Okura-kyo (Minister of the Treasury) with the rank of Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  112. After that, he became Mimasaka no kuni no kami (the governor of Mimasaka Province), however, he caused a scandal that he was part of a conspiracy to kill four people by October 22, 735.
  113. After that, he became Nakatsukasa no taifu (Senior Assistant Minister of the Ministry of Central Affairs) and Jiju (Chamberlain), and he was appointed as Junsatsu-shi (Inspector) on Tosan-do Road in September, 766.
  114. After that, he became Sashoben (Minor Controller of the Left), Toka no sechie Geben (a kugyo who supervised many matters outside Jomei Gate at Toka no sechie,Imperial Court Ceremony), Gon Chunagon, and in 1669, Jingutenso (shrine messenger to the Emperor).
  115. After that, he became a beloved pupil of Kyoshi TAKAHAMA, and, with his talent being recognized, he became a member of the" Hototogisu" group in 1934.
  116. After that, he became a clerk at the treasury, and while he had served for seven years, he had several chances to have an audience with the domain lord, and was awarded 130 ryo of gold as special compensation for his diligence.
  117. After that, he became a counselor of the Ministry of Finance.
  118. After that, he became a legal advisor for Kanya MORITA, the 12th director of the Shintomi-za Kabuki Theater.
  119. After that, he became a priest and called himself Kusho.
  120. After that, he became a priest in Shomyo-ji Temple in Kamakura and was confined in Yoan-ji Temple.
  121. After that, he became a pupil of Honen, the founder of Japan's Pure Land sect, and was given 'Senchaku Hongan Nenbutsu Shu' by Honen in March, 1204.
  122. After that, he became a secretary and counselor of the Ministry of Finance and the manager of the third department of the Office of a Minister.
  123. After that, he became a substantial master of Osaka-jo Castle as Hideyori's guardian (Tokitsune, Night Stories of Toshiie).
  124. After that, he became an ordinary peson with no rank.
  125. After that, he became as U gon no shosho (Provisional Minor Captain of the Right) and U gon no chujo (Provisional Middle Captain of the Right), and was conferred Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in 1736, and was counted as one of the Kugyo.
  126. After that, he became ill and visited his villa all across Japan to prioritize his health, and 'a wealthy person's retirement' was the word to describe Shozo KAWASAKI's lifestyle around this time.
  127. After that, he became jiju (a chamberlain), Ukone no shosho (Minor Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards), Ukone no chujo (Middle Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards), and Kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain) and finally became Sangi (councilor) in 1518 to rank with Kugyo.
  128. After that, he became jiju (chamberlain), Ukone no shosho (Minor Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards), Awa no Gon no suke (Provisional Assistant Governor of Awa Province), Ukone no chujo (Middle Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards), and Kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain) and finally became Sangi in 1612 to rank with Kugyo.
  129. After that, he became kanpaku and Toshi choja (head of the Fujiwara clan) in 1578 after assuming Sadaijin (minister of the left), but he resigned the post in 1581.
  130. After that, he became one of the Kugyo of anti-Shogunate group with Tomomi IWAKURA and impeached Nariyuki NIJO, the chief adviser to the Emperor, and Imperial prince Nakagawa no miya Asahiko who were Sabaku-ha (supporters of the Shogun) in 1866.
  131. After that, he became stricter with himself and his subordinates.
  132. After that, he became the chief priest of Shoren-in Monzeki Temple in Kyoto with a posthumous Buddhist name of Jigo in 1943, and remained the chief priest for a long time.
  133. After that, he became weak, which might be partly because he drank too much and took too many sleeping pills.
  134. After that, he began to fight with 4,000 troops from the fortress of the Zensho-ji Temple.
  135. After that, he began to identify himself as Takeyasu KIKUCHI.
  136. After that, he began to serve as a Keishi (the steward) for the Kujo family, one of the Gosekke (the five Sekke regent family) and during that period, he taught the children of the Kujo family about Kidendo (historical science), also called Monjodo (Chinese classics), which was their family business..
  137. After that, he belonged to the Rikken Seiyukai (Friends of Constitutional Government), but soon he had made up his mind to retire from politics after serving four terms in all.
  138. After that, he belonged to the army of Hideyoshi HASHIBA, pursuing the capture of Chugoku region, and in 1581, he distinguished himself in battle for the capture of Tottori-jo Castle that Tsuneie KIKKAWA defended, which made him appointed as the lord of Shikano-jo Castle in Inaba Province with 13,500 koku (crop yield).
  139. After that, he built Hokku-ji Temple.
  140. After that, he built Saiyo-ji temple as Mareyoshi's graveyard and prayed for the repose of his brother's soul.
  141. After that, he built a solid position as a leading figure in the Japanese art world, received the Asahi Shinbun Cultural Award in 1934, became a member of the Imperial Fine Arts Academy in 1935, and in 1937 received the first Bunka Kunsho (Order of Culture), which was enacted that year.
  142. After that, he called himself Arajiro MIKI.
  143. After that, he called himself TACHIBANA no Moroe.
  144. After that, he came into conflict with Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, taking sides with Katsuie SHIBATA and Narimasa SASSA.
  145. After that, he carried out activities with Kondo as well as the students in Shieikan.
  146. After that, he changed his surname from the Genji clan to the Ishikawa clan.
  147. After that, he climbed Mt. Aso in Kumamoto Province via Higo Province and when he came back, he recorded a chronicle of his experience.
  148. After that, he commenced the invasion of Suruga Province while allying with Ieyasu TOKUGAWA of Mikawa Province in December, 1568.
  149. After that, he committed himself deeply into show production and management of the theater.
  150. After that, he conducted Shinran-shonin gohyaku-gojukkai daionki hoyo (the 550th commemorating service of the death of founder, Shinran) in 1811 and restored Goei-do Hall (hall dedicated to the sect's founder) on a broad scale.
  151. After that, he conducted himself properly and finally became an able and important retainer as a member of shogun's council of elders of the government.
  152. After that, he continued being promoted, and was awarded Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in 1502, becoming a Kugyo, after assuming Sakone no chujo (a middle captain of the left division of inner palace guards).
  153. After that, he continued to be promted, assuming the posts and ranks as follows.
  154. After that, he continued to search out and destroy the anti-Shogunate army in Kyushu.
  155. After that, he continued to serve in various government posts, and was appointed to Jusanmi and Jiju.
  156. After that, he cooperated in creating the Decree (of 1867) for the Restoration of Imperial Rule with Tomomi IWAKURA and was in charge of moderating at the Kogosho Conference (the meeting held in the presence of the Emperor in the Kogosho Conference Room of Kyoto Imperial Palace at the night of December 9, 1867, when the Decree for the Restoration of Imperial Rule was issued).
  157. After that, he cooperated with Soeki AKAZAWA, a busho under the control of Masamoto HOSOKAWA, in Soeki's invasion of Yamato Province.
  158. After that, he criticized the domains-dominated government, and claimed popular election and hard-line diplomacy toward Russia.
  159. After that, he defeated and advanced against Satsuma army after a hard fighting in Miyanojo in June and subsequently he was dismissed from his post of brigade commander and returned to Tokyo.
  160. After that, he defended Azuchi-jo Castle, but when Mitsuhide was killed in the Battle of Yamasaki against Hideyoshi HASHIBA, Mitsuharu is said to have moved to Sakamoto-jo Castle and killed himself.
  161. After that, he deprived Kozuke and Echigo shugoshiki from Ujitsuna and officially appointed Noriaki to the posts, consolidating power of Ashikaga family in Kanto region.
  162. After that, he devoted himself into the art administration, and in 1914, he founded the Sanda Museum by using the administrative institution of the old Arima County to store his own collections.
  163. After that, he devoted himself to develop the castle town of the Utsunomiya Domain.
  164. After that, he did not contribute in any notable fashion as a warrior, but served Hideyori TOYOTOMI and deepened exchanges with Takamori SASAKI, who was the second son of Yoshikata ROKKAKU and a vassal of Hideyori, as part of the aristocracy.
  165. After that, he did not take any eye opening actions in the political world, and since he was a very well educated man, he devoted himself into Waka (poems) and writings.
  166. After that, he died in 776 which was four years after he was promoted to Sangi (councilor).
  167. After that, he distinguished himself in the Siege of Minowa-jo Castle and the Siege of Kuragano-jo Castle in Ueno Province.
  168. After that, he earned his living by working as a junior staff member in Kobe office of Sanyo Electric Railway Co. Ltd.
  169. After that, he earned the deep trust of Kiyomori by this achievement, and rose up under the Taira clan government even after Korekata fell.
  170. After that, he entered Mibu-Roshigumi (Mibu masterless warriors group), the predecessor of Shinsengumumi, before June 1863.
  171. After that, he entered Nanzen-ji Temple but later became the Rokuon Soroku again as well as a political advisor to Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  172. After that, he entered into priesthood, calling himself Kongoshin, and solely lived in retirement.
  173. After that, he entered the Buddhist priesthood and entered Gankuzan Itoku-ji Temple, Soto sect located in Hatakura Village (present Otsuki City), Tsuru County, Yamanashi Prefecture on the recommendation of Ichidakusai SAITO, a former member of the Shinsengumi.
  174. After that, he entered the University of Tokyo, Faculty of Letters in 1882.
  175. After that, he entered the priesthood, was taken on as a disciple of Kokua, who was a distinguished priest of Jishu school and Yorifusa's uncle, and became a Chuko no So (restorer) of Ryosen Shofuku-ji Temple in Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture.
  176. After that, he especially associated with the Gohojo clan and traveled as an emissary of the bakufu to Odawara.
  177. After that, he established a position of bugyo (magistrate) with the aim of conducting stable domain duties, but he also fell sick and died on December 13, 1636, at the age of 37.
  178. After that, he extended his influence centering in Kinki region under the patronage of the distinguished persons.
  179. After that, he finally rose to the official rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank), Gon Sangi (deputy councilor) at the age of 62, but he died on September 10 immediately after the promotion.
  180. After that, he flourished as a Kokuji goyogakari (a general official of the Imperial Household in charge of State affairs) in the political world at the end of the Edo Period, and occupied important positions such as a gijo (official post) and a ministerial governor of foreign affairs after the Meiji restoration.
  181. After that, he flourished in the Konodai Battle against Yoshitaka SATOMI and the Battle of Fukazawa-jo Castle in Suruga Province against Shingen TAKEDA.
  182. After that, he followed Kennyo of the Hongan-ji Temple and worked hard to cope with followers of the Ikkoshu sect in various districts who held out against the Oda army even after the peace treaty was concluded.
  183. After that, he formed his own parliamentary group without joining the Kokumin Kyokai Party (of Japan), however afterwards, he joined the Kenseito Party which agreed with him on the railway nationalization policies.
  184. After that, he fought from place to place under Akiie KITABATAKE, kept on being active even after Akiie's death as one of the main powers of the Southern Court (of Japan) in the eastern part of Japan, and also gained great trust from Emperor Gomurakami.
  185. After that, he fought under the command of MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune.
  186. After that, he frequently wrote for the magazine.
  187. After that, he gained 10000 koku of additional properties on September 30, 1639, gained 5000 more koku on January 8, 1648, and became the lord of the Shimotsuke Kanuma Domain.
  188. After that, he got a son by Izumi Shikibu (the son later became a priest and identified himself as Eikaku).
  189. After that, he got married to Genpo's third daughter, Tsune, becoming an adopted son-in-law and four sons were born to them.
  190. After that, he got promoted even higher to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and the title of Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state) was given to him.
  191. After that, he got promoted to upper ranks, and in 1278, he was appointed as Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank), and in 1289, he was raised to Junii (Junior Second Rank).
  192. After that, he had a successful career, rising through the ranks.
  193. After that, he had been promoted to jiju (a chamberlain), an officer of Konoefu (the Headquarters of the Inner Palace Guards), Shinseiwain (an empress) betto (steward) and Hoheishi (an imperial messenger to a Shinto shrine) Suke (assistant director).
  194. After that, he had held positions such as Ukone no shosho (Minor Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards), Ukone no chujo (Middle Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) and Kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain), and was promoted to Sangi and raised to the peerage as Kugyo (the top court officials) in 1644.
  195. After that, he had studied leanings of U.K. and English under Einosuke MORIYAMA for two years.
  196. After that, he had trained his shooting technique more than ten years, learning as a student of each famous Kyudo school around the country.
  197. After that, he handed over the name Shogoinnomiya.
  198. After that, he headed for Inadani and visited Jakusui MAEDA who was a haiku poet and a teacher in Ina yayoigaoka high school, and then, he could finally visited Seigetsu's grave under Jakusui's guidance.
  199. After that, he held an important post of the bakufu or the Tokuso family until he resigned Nanaban hikitsuke tonin (the seventh head of the legal office) on March 15, 1309.
  200. After that, he held positions including the chief of Zotaiheishi (造大幣司) (the chief of Making Onusa [大幣] Division: Onusa is linen or paper streams attached to a wooden stick, which is used in Shinto ceremony) Sakyo no daibu (the Grand Master of the Eastern Capital Offices), and Settsu daibu (the Grand Master of Settsu Province), and he died when he had the court rank of Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  201. After that, he held positions such as Ukone no shosho (Minor Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards), Ukone no chujo (Middle Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) and Kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain), and was promoted to Sangi and raised to Kugyo (the top court officials) in 1535.
  202. After that, he held positions such as the governor of the Department of Home Affairs and Kyobukyo (a director of the Ministry of Religion).
  203. After that, he held the posts of Chairman of Daiwa Shintaku (trust business), President of Daiman Kogyo (mining industry), and others, and then, in January, 1942, that is, a month later from the beginning of Pacific War, he assumed the post of the ninth Mayor of Kobe City by winning the runoff election in the City Assembly by only one vote.
  204. After that, he hold various posts such as Kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain), Benkan (Controller of the Oversight Department) and Uchuben (Middle Controller of the Right).
  205. After that, he inherited Shogoinnomiya.
  206. After that, he invaded the northern Kyushu, and fought with the Otomo clan, having the Akizuki clan of Chikuzen Province and the Takahashi clan of Buzen Province as his allies.
  207. After that, he is thought to have played an important part in the aspects of the Japan-Korea and the Japan-Sung trades conducted under the Munakata clan, Daimyo of Munakata.
  208. After that, he joined the Kyusyu Conquest and the dispatch of troops to Korea and then received the fief of Settsu Sanda yielding 20,000-koku (a unit of volume of rice) because of his distinguished military service.
  209. After that, he joined the discussion to found Kasumi-kaikan (Kasumi Hall).
  210. After that, he landed in Satsuma Province around 1341.
  211. After that, he lay on his sickbed, and on May 1, 1005, he passed away in Dazai-fu.
  212. After that, he learned the style of the Kano school from Mitsusada KANO, and he studied the styles of the Tosa school, the Rinpa school, Okyo MARUYAMA and Goshun of Yamato-e painting (a traditional Japanese style painting), in addition to Korean and Western paintings.
  213. After that, he led a life of retirement and devoted himself to the compilation and collection of history books handed down from old Shimazu family.
  214. After that, he led to the heyday of Haidan (the world of the haiku)as one of "4S" with Shuoshi MIZUHARA, Suju TAKANO and Seiho AWANO, and livened up Haidan in the early Showa period.
  215. After that, he left Shonai, and returned to Kagoshima through Edo at the beginning of November, Kyoto and Osaka, and treated himself to the Hinatayama Onsen Hot Spring.
  216. After that, he left for Tokyo to seek support from other people in spite of Masahiro's objections, but he just threw his money away.
  217. After that, he left for the Eastern Provinces.
  218. After that, he left for the capital in accordance with the trend of re-evaluation of Nohgaku (the art of Noh) in Tokyo.
  219. After that, he left the Shunyo-kai and joined Kokuga Sosaku Kyokai (National Creative Painting Association) with the invitation of Bakusen TSUCHIDA and set up the department of western-style painting (called The 2nd Department) within the Kokuga Sosaku Kyokai.
  220. After that, he lived in Koromogawa no tachi residence as Hidehira's father-in-law and established the position as political advisor of the Oshu Fujiwara clan.
  221. After that, he lived in Sofuku-ji Temple as a retreat for his old age, and died there.
  222. After that, he lived in Sorin-ji Temple in Higashiyama (Kyoto Prefecture), where he compiled this setsuwa collection.
  223. After that, he lived in Toto (eastern section) Nishidani of Enryaku-ji Temple and taught Tendai doctrine; Honen, the founder of the Nihon Jodo sect (Japanese Pure Land sect), studied there, too.
  224. After that, he lived in the principal residence of the Sumitomo family in Unagidani, Osaka.
  225. After that, he made Kankei Iitsu continue Zen mediation practice, and visited various places.
  226. After that, he made a living by working as a real estate broker and similar things.
  227. After that, he made big pieces and popular works one after another, including "The Fox In The Quest of The Northern Sun," "Seishun no mon" (Gate of Youth), "See you to the Ocean" and "5000 kilometers for the glory" for Ishihara Promotion.
  228. After that, he made progress and in 1666, he was conferred Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and became counted as one of the Kugyo.
  229. After that, he merged the company with Nihon Kenmo Boseki (Japan Silk & Wool Spinning), and bought Kagoshima Boseki (a spinning company).
  230. After that, he met Ernest Fenollosa and Tenshin OKAKURA, and started supporting their art research.
  231. After that, he met Heihachiro TOGO on the way to Kagoshima with Ikegami, and encouraged him to take up scholarship
  232. After that, he moved around as a guest of wealthy families, starting in Nagahama, then Kyoto and Kanazawa city, and this life style enriched his knowledge of gourmet food and dinnerware.
  233. After that, he moved around from one official house for a mayor to another.
  234. After that, he moved on to Vice-chief of Staff Headquarters in position and Lieutenant General in rank, and in April, 1900 assumed office as Chief of the 7th Shidan in succession to Lieutenant General Takeshiro NAGAYAMA.
  235. After that, he moved the unification of Japan forward and implemented policies such as Rakuichi-rakuza (Free markets and open guilds) and land survey (the Oda government).
  236. After that, he moved to Choraku-ji Temple in Kozuke Province (Ota City) and then moved to Kita-in of Muryouju-ji Temple (present Kawagoe City, Saitama Prefecture, later referred to as Kita-in Temple) of Musashi Province in 1588 and called himself Tenkai.
  237. After that, he moved to Ezo (inhabited area of Ainu) and was assigned as matsumae bugyo (a vassal of Tokugawa Shogunate whose duty was to control the area) of the Republic of Ezo.
  238. After that, he moved to Hokkaido again and died in 1943.
  239. After that, he moved to Kyoto and was assigned to Sangi (councilor) in Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) in 830 and worked as Togu-daifu and so on.
  240. After that, he moved to Kyoto because of the fall of the Toyotomi family.
  241. After that, he moved to Toho Co., Ltd. and directed many literary films, receiving critical acclaim.
  242. After that, he moved to Tokyo Prefecture and Karafuto.
  243. After that, he moved to Tokyo and studied law at Meiji Law School, and at the same time, he went to Ushigome Church where he met religious people as well as religious educator such as Kanzo UCHIMURA and Yoshiharu IWAMOTO, leading him to be a teacher.
  244. After that, he moved to Yokosuka Domain in Totomi Province in 1619.
  245. After that, he organized the Shakaito (Rickshaw Men's Party) to rally rickshaw (a taxi-like vehicle pulled by a man) men.
  246. After that, he participated in many of Tokugawa clan's major battles and achieved great military exploits.
  247. After that, he participated in the Aizu War with former members of the Shinsengumi including Jiro YAMAGUCHI (Hajime SAITO).
  248. After that, he partook in other positions such as the Nakatsukasa no Shofu (the Junior Assistant Minister who deals with the Imperial Court affairs), the Gyobu taifu (the Senior Assistant Minister of Administration of Justice), the Sakyo no daifu (the chief of the Eastern Capital offices) and the Hyobu taifu (the Senior Assistant Minister of Military Administration).
  249. After that, he partook in various other local government positions such as the Tanba no kuni no Gon no suke (Provisional Deputy Governor of Tanba Province), the Tanba no suke (Assistant Governor of Tanba Province), the Ueno no kuni no suke (Assistant Governor of Ueno Province) and the Kawachi no kuni no kami (Governor of Kawachi Province).
  250. After that, he performed many incantations for practice and conducted operations at Enko-ji Temple, Muryoko-in Temple, and Miyake-dera Temple and was appointed the second manager of the To-ji Temple and Gon daisozu (Junior prelate) in 1153.
  251. After that, he played a part to recommend Ujimasa HOJO and Ujinao HOJO, the father and the son, to surrender.
  252. After that, he played an active role as a so called fixer in the political world, and he mediated the meeting between opposing party heads twice in 1916 and 1924 during the period of party government (and its pre-period).
  253. After that, he played an important role in the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) as a member of the Minamoto clan, but he was suspected of rebellion and murdered.
  254. After that, he preached the Buddhism to Emperor Godaigo; later he retreated to a secluded life in a thatched hut in Ibuka, Mino Province.
  255. After that, he proceeded to the south since he was not allowed to stay in Mt. Koya, and the retainers of the Sakuma family deserted Nobumori and his son.
  256. After that, he produced great pieces such as "Jakoman and Tetsu" and "Gunki hatameku motoni" ("Under the Flag of the Rising Sun").
  257. After that, he produced lots of works in Kyoto and other surrounding areas as an official painter of the Kujo family and Hongan-ji Temple.
  258. After that, he promoted Kobu Gattai (Union of Court and Camp) movement and was active with Nariyuki NIJO and others.
  259. After that, he published successful sharebon and "kyokabon" (book of humorous poems) one after another, and in 1783, he moved to Nihonbashi, where those prestigious hanmoto were lined up.
  260. After that, he ran away, went into a mountain until November 11, and then stayed in his friend's home in Kurodani Village (later Haraya Village in Saitama Prefecture, and present Chichibu City).
  261. After that, he ran various businesses which were all unsuccessful.
  262. After that, he rapidly lost his influence.
  263. After that, he received a command to carry out an all-out assault of Edo on March 15, then left Shizuoka, and arrived at Edo on 11th, and joined the rest of the army at the army headquarters of Ikegami Honmon-ji Temple.
  264. After that, he received commandments at Mt. Hiei, entered Kennin-ji Temple in Kyoto and, in 1343, went to study in the Yuan dynasty of China.
  265. After that, he received his education and learned Esoteric Buddhism of the Tendai Sect at Enryaku-ji Temple, Anyo-ji Temple in Kibi Province, and Daisen-ji Temple in Hoki Province (Daisen-cho, Saihaku-gun, Tottori Prefecture).
  266. After that, he reconciled the Rokkaku and Azai clans (lead by Sukemasa AZAI).
  267. After that, he refused the repeated requests from Bakufu that he returned to the post and he showed pessimistic behavior such as making a tour of various districts.
  268. After that, he regained his original family name Toki at Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI 's recommendation.
  269. After that, he remained in the same position until he died.
  270. After that, he reported the domain's argument that explained why the order of the Seicho troops of shogunate was refused.
  271. After that, he retired from an official position because of poor health.
  272. After that, he retired from the world to live in Kyoto, and in 1752 he died there.
  273. After that, he returned home.
  274. After that, he returned to Edo and began looking for the chance to kill Kira Kozuke no Suke with three of them.
  275. After that, he returned to Kyoto under protection of Nobunaga ODA of Mino Province.
  276. After that, he returned to Kyoto, worked actively mainly in the Imperial Court and in the society of court nobles, and in 1678 he published 'Daijuin Rikka Sunamonozu, Daijuin Tatehana Sabutsuzu,' a collection of his works selected by himself.
  277. After that, he returned to Satsuma, and resumed office as a councilor of the new government in 1871.
  278. After that, he returned to secular life and was conferred with a family name of Minamoto no Asomi again in December 896.
  279. After that, he returned to the Inoue family and told the death of Genzaburo.
  280. After that, he rose to Juichii in 1694, and he changed his name to Kaneteru in 1698, around when he began to suffer from paralysis.
  281. After that, he rose to the rank of Juichii rank, Naidaijin minister.
  282. After that, he rose up along with Shinsaku TAKASUGI and others at the Kozan-ji Temple in Chofu.
  283. After that, he ruled Ichiba Village in Miyama Town, Kitakuwata County and started to expand his influence to the northern Kyoto.
  284. After that, he said aloud, 'I do not want to stay here.'
  285. After that, he sent Shohei IMUTA, Kyunosuke MASUMITSU, Sozo SAGARA and others to the city of Edo to commit subversive acts (the intention was to upset the people using acts of arson and robbery in Edo and the neighborhood), and provoked the shogunate.
  286. After that, he sent her waka poems and love letters at brief intervals; however, over a period of 3 years, Kozaisho never replied to him.
  287. After that, he separated from the Shimazu's force, which was returning to Satsuma Province, and went to Ieyasu TOKUGAWA as an envoy, under the order from Yoshihiro.
  288. After that, he served Hideyoshi as his vassal and later became daimyo (Japanese feudal lord).
  289. After that, he served Ieyasu and his son Hidetada in Edo and Sunpu, and was awarded 1030 koku in Gamo Country of the Omi Province.
  290. After that, he served Nobunaga; from 1569 to 1570, he stayed in Kyoto and worked as a negotiator for the Muromachi bakufu; he moved from place to place to fight and accomplished military exploits such as coming to the rescue of Iwamura-jo Castle in 1572.
  291. After that, he served as Genroin gikan (Councilor of Chamber of Elders or Senate), and established organizations like Goni-kai.
  292. After that, he served as Inaba no Gon no kami (Provisional Governor of Inaba Province), Sangi (Councilor), Gon Chunagon (provisional vice-councilor of state) and in 1239 he became Gon Dainagon (Provisional chief councilor of state), but in 1241 he resigned his post on account of illness.
  293. After that, he served as Konoefu (the Headquaters of the Inner Palace Guards) and became Sangi (councilor) in 1688.
  294. After that, he served as Samanosuke (vice-minister of the left division of the bureau of horses) and was appointed as Chinju-fu shogun (Commander-in-Chief of the Defense of the North) in 884.
  295. After that, he served as Shoinban gashira and Oban gashira and in 1692, he was appointed as an okuzume.
  296. After that, he served as Toka no sechie Geben (a kugyo who supervised many matters outside Jomei Gate at Toka no sechie (Imperial Court Ceremony)) and Gon Dainagon, he took the posts of Ukone no daisho (Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) and Umaryo gogen (Inspector of the Right Division of Bureau of Horses) in 1747.
  297. After that, he served as Toka no sechie Geben (a kugyo who supervised many matters outside Jomei Gate at Toka no sechie (Imperial Court Ceremony), Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice councilor of state), and in 1815, he became Gon Dainagon.
  298. After that, he served as Toka no sechie Geben (a kugyo who supervised many matters outside Jomei Gate at the Imperial Court Ceremony, called Toka no sechie) as well as Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice councilor of state), and in 1879, he became Gon Dainagon, however, he resigned this position in 1801.
  299. After that, he served as a doctor of the Ako domain by the strong request of Naganao ASANO.
  300. After that, he served as a judge in the Iyo-Matsuyama Domain court, but died suddenly of food intoxication on February 26, 1877.
  301. After that, he served as an Edo marshal for Chosen Tsushinshi (the Korean Emissary) and a guard of Shimodate-jo Castle.
  302. After that, he served as the Awaji no kuni no kami (Governor of Awaji Province), Oe no kuni no kami (Governor of Oe Province), Benkan (officials of the Dajokan), and so on.
  303. After that, he served as wakadoshiyori and roju.
  304. After that, he served at the Dazai-fu (local government office in Kyushu region), served as the lord of Sanuki Province, and then as the governor of Harima Province.
  305. After that, he served in Board of Audit.
  306. After that, he served in a government post such as Ushosho (Minor Captain of the Right Division of the Inner Palace Guards), Uchujo (Middle Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards), and so on.
  307. After that, he served in a variety of posts such as the examiner of the third National Industrial Exhibition and Bureau for provisional national inspection of treasure, and in 1906, he became the first kenkokuka who was elected as Teishitsu Gigeiin (Imperial art expert).
  308. After that, he served in positions such as the Governorship of Echigo Prefecture, but at that time, Saionji was a young man only in his teens, and it is difficult to find reasons other than his family connections for his being able to take on such a position at such a young age.
  309. After that, he served the Meiji Government.
  310. After that, he served the Meiji government and joined wars including the Seinan War as a military officer and he also served as a development commissioner.
  311. After that, he settled down at Fushimi Imperial Palace.
  312. After that, he spent his days in medical treatment and house arrest in his villa in Misaki amongst others until the following year.
  313. After that, he spent more days in his sickbed; his condition did not improve after having a few operations, and soon streaks of pus were exuded from holes which developed around his back and buttocks.
  314. After that, he spent the rest of his life under patronage of Terumoto MORI, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI and so on.
  315. After that, he started his professional writing career by publishing "Comments on Novels based on the Theory on Medical Science" in the Yomiuri Shimbun.
  316. After that, he stayed in Ikeda City, Osaka Prefecture at one time and then went back to Kyoto to be a pupil of Okyo MARUYAMA, but Okyo refused the request and treat him as his best friend.
  317. After that, he stayed in the position for five years until he died and he was called 'Kujo no Daishokoku' because he had his residence in Kujo.
  318. After that, he still had a struggle against Korenaga and his son Koresaki ASO, and in 1543 he captured Katashida-jo Castle and put Koresaki to rout and practically put an end to a division among the Aso clan over thirty years.
  319. After that, he struggled to work on the marriage of Imperial Princess Kazunomiya Chikako.
  320. After that, he studied abroad in Universities located in the United States, the United Kingdom and Germany since February 1904, and went back to Japan in August 1911, after visiting India.
  321. After that, he studied and lectured on Sekimon-shingaku (a popularized blend of Buddhist, Shinto and Confucian ethical teachings) and became famous, owing partially to a string of deaths of his senior apprentices.
  322. After that, he studied under Shoto MOKUAN, a leading disciple of INGEN, renamed himself Doki TETSUGYU and succeeded Mokuan's teachings.
  323. After that, he succeeded the head of the family when his father retired from his position as head of the family.
  324. After that, he successively filled the posts of professor and professor emeritus at Waseda University.
  325. After that, he successively held important posts such as Chunagon (vice-councilor of state), Toka no sechie Geben [a kugyo who supervised many matters outside Jomei Gate at Toka no sechie (Imperial Court Ceremony)], Dainagon (chief councilor of state), and Konoefu (a government official at the Headquarters of the Inner Palace Guards), and assumed Naidaijin (minister of the center) in 1656.
  326. After that, he successively held kokushi (provincial governors) in various districts and Dazai no daini.
  327. After that, he successively held kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain), sangi (royal advisor) and so on, and was also promoted to Gon Dainagon (provisional major counselor) in 1775, Shonii (Senior Second Rank) in 1781.
  328. After that, he successively held the chief priest posts of the temples such as the Manju-ji Temple, the Kennin-ji Temple and the Kencho-ji Temple, forming a group in the Rinzai sect.
  329. After that, he successively held various posts such as Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state), Gon Dainagon (provisional major counselor), and Toka no sechie Geben (a kugyo who supervised many matters outside Jomei Gate at Toka no sechie [Imperial Court Ceremony]).
  330. After that, he successively served as Bizen no Gon no kami (Provisional Governor of Bizen Province) and Sakone no chujo (Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards), but suffered economic hardships and went to Suruga Province in 1540.
  331. After that, he successively worked as Hachito Shusshi (the 8th grade attendant) of the Ministry of Justice, Shokenji (lower-grade prosecutor) of Tokyo Court and Goyogakari (general official) of Ministry of Home Affairs (Japan).
  332. After that, he suppressed the rebellions of the Utsunomiya clan and the Oyama clan and a riot in the Kanto region amongst others and then was put in charge of governing Mutsu Province and Dewa Province by Yoshimitsu in recognition of his distinguished service.
  333. After that, he tackled the rearrangement of patterns of classic Kabuki.
  334. After that, he taught at Matusmoto Jinjo High School, and when he got married in 1893, he became a teacher at Higashihotaka Kumiai Higher Elementary School in his hometown.
  335. After that, he told Kazue SOMA who visited to Goryokaku to meet Hijikata about his death.
  336. After that, he took his passage to Ezochi (inhabited area of Ainu) together with a feudal retainer of the same domain, Daijiro SEKIKAWA and others, guarding the lord of domain, Sadaaki MATSUDAIRA, who belonged to Thoroughgoing resistance force.
  337. After that, he took several positions such as Toka no sechie Geben (an official who organized and supervised formal ceremonies at the Imperial Court) and Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of the state) and in 1723, he was appointed to be Gon Dainagon as well as Naikyobo no Betto (a superintendent of Naikyobo where officials gave music and dance training to women).
  338. After that, he took sides with Ashikaga.
  339. After that, he took the tonsure and was given the name of Kakujo as his go (byname), as follows.
  340. After that, he took tonsure and assumed a Buddhist name Shosai, presumably in 1582 or 1596, about the same time as Yusai's tonsure.
  341. After that, he took various posts while spending days coming and going between his hometown and Edo.
  342. After that, he transferred to Shinko Cinema and debuted as a director with "Adauchi hizakurige" in 1936 after serving as an assistant director of Daisuke ITO (a film director).
  343. After that, he tried to mediate between Nobunaga and Hongan-ji Temple, and in 1580, Kennyo left Ishiyama-hongan-ji Temple.
  344. After that, he turned to be a businessman and played an important roll in establishing Sapporo Breweries Ltd., and then, he became a president of Toneunga (the Tone Canal) Corporation.
  345. After that, he turned to genre painting in 1884 and changed the appellation to Tankei INOUE.
  346. After that, he visited each country and returned.
  347. After that, he wandered in Sunpu until one day, he was kidnapped by a man named Mataemon TODA and sold to the gannin priest Joko SAKAI for 5 kan.
  348. After that, he wandered through many regions such as Yamato Province, Omi Province, Kii Province, Yamashiro Province, Settsu Province, and Aki Province.
  349. After that, he was adopted by Shigekata FUJIMOTO, a feudal retainer of the domain, and served as the clerk in charge of agricultural affairs and the assistant manager, but in 1840, he left the domain and went to Kyoto.
  350. After that, he was also appointed to be the Gyobukyo (Minister of Justice) in 797, but he died in 798.
  351. After that, he was appointed Dazai no shoni (Junior Assistant Governor-General of Dazai-fu) and then Hyobu-shoyu (Junior Assistant Minister of War) in and, in 879, was awarded Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  352. After that, he was appointed Naidaijin (Minister of the Center) in 1722.
  353. After that, he was appointed as Togu no suke (Assistant Master in the Crown Prince's Quarters) at the time of the official investiture of the Imperial Prince Teruhito.
  354. After that, he was appointed as betto (the head priest) of Todai-ji Temple and declined, but assumed it when he was appointed again, and then renovated Shosoin (the treasure house) and so on.
  355. After that, he was appointed one of the vice-shogun seito taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the eastern barbarians") of FUJIWARA no Tadabumi, and went to suppress Masakado's rebellion, however he came back to Kyoto after knowing Masakado was already hunted down and killed.
  356. After that, he was appointed the Minister of the Right in Taika Reform.
  357. After that, he was appointed the keeper of Ejiri-jo Castle as the successor to Masakage YAMAGATA.
  358. After that, he was appointed to Dainagon (chief councilor of state) in 1532 after assuming Chunagon (vice-councilor of state).
  359. After that, he was appointed to Dainagon in 1514, after assuming Chunagon.
  360. After that, he was assaulted in Komatsubara.
  361. After that, he was assigned as Hatamoto Sakiteyaku (a Hatamoto vassal of the shogun, who leads the way), thus becoming a comrade of Tadakatsu HONDA and Yasumasa SAKAKIBARA.
  362. After that, he was assigned to defense the Azuchi-jo Castle and fought against Hidemasa HORI as a rear guard for Mitsuhide in Uchidehama during the Battle of Yamazaki against Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  363. After that, he was assigned to giso (a position conveying what the congress decides to the emperor).
  364. After that, he was attacked by surprise, and died on Shijio-ohashi Bridge in Kyoto (It is believed that he was attacked by Isami KONDO and Soji OKITA, and was killed by Okita).
  365. After that, he was awarded Ippon (the First Order of Imperial Prince) on January 14, 1868.
  366. After that, he was awarded the rank of Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade), and became Geki (secretary of the grand council of state) and Kiden hakase (a professor of history) at the same time.
  367. After that, he was awarded the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in 1585, becoming a kugyo, after assuming jiju (position of chamberlain) and a post at Konoefu (the headquarters of the inner palace guards).
  368. After that, he was called 'Tokiwai-nyudo Shinno' (Imperial Prince and Monk Tokiwai.)
  369. After that, he was called Konkoin Nyudo (monk).
  370. After that, he was caught and locked up again in the same prison of Mie before having achieved his essential purpose of avenging his uncle, but Nishikawa again broke out of the prison, helped by inmates.
  371. After that, he was dedicated to learning and went to Rossia for studying in 1871.
  372. After that, he was detained at Goyakuo-in Temple.
  373. After that, he was detained in a bow range because he killed retainers in Kyoto in 1105 (according to "Denryaku" (diary of FUJIWARA no Tadazane)).
  374. After that, he was elected as a member of the House of Representatives five times.
  375. After that, he was frequently dispatched to make a call of condolence together with other princes.
  376. After that, he was further transferred to Dazaifu (Government Headquarters in Kyushu) but he returned to the capital after the Restoration of Imperial Rule (of Japan).
  377. After that, he was given the trade name of Fukudaya by the lord of Choshu domain and started a business along the present Hagi Okan (Hagi Highway) at Ouchimihori in Yamaguchi City.
  378. After that, he was gradually promoted from a member of the Palace staff to Ukone no Gon no shosho (Provisional Minor Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards), and in 1818, he received the official rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank), which is ranked with kugyo (court noble).
  379. After that, he was gradually promoted from the member of Palace staff to Ukone no Gon no shosho (Provisional Minor Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) and Ukon no gon no chujo (Provisional Middle Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards),and in 1769, he became Jusanmi Sangi (councillor in the Junior Third Rank), which raised his position to kugyo status.
  380. After that, he was gradually promoted from the member of Palace staff to Ukone no shosho (Minor Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards), and in 1671, he became sangi, position ranked with kugyo, however, died in the same year.
  381. After that, he was gradually promoted taking various positions such as a Palace staff, Sakone no shosho (Minor Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards) and Sakone no chujo (Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards), and in 1705, he was conferred Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and ranked with Kugyo (the top court officials).
  382. After that, he was imprisoned without work, then put under house arrest.
  383. After that, he was involved deeply in the development of Osakazumo as Toshiyori (retired wrestler), however he resigned at the end of the September Tournament of 1880 and withdrew from the sumo world, and became a business man.
  384. After that, he was involved in translation work.
  385. After that, he was known for clamping down on those who were related to the Miyoshi clan to eliminate the chance of the Sogo clan coming back.
  386. After that, he was looked after at Takafusa AKIMOTO's house and later confined to his younger brother, Tadayoshi MIZUNO's house.
  387. After that, he was never heard from again.
  388. After that, he was one of the directors supporting the golden age of Nikkatsu action movies, with movies starring Yujiro ISHIHARA and Akira KOBAYASHI.
  389. After that, he was one of the major vassals under both Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI and Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, later becoming the ancestor of the major Hosokawa clan of the early modern period.
  390. After that, he was pardoned and returned to the Imperial Court.
  391. After that, he was promoted from one position to another and took the post of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in 1597 and ranked with kugyo (court noble).
  392. After that, he was promoted from one position to another, and then he became Jusani (Junior Third Rank) and was ranked with Kugyo (court noble) in 1705.
  393. After that, he was promoted satisfactorily: in 1156 he was appointed as Kurodo (Chamberlain) for Emperor Goshirakawa and served concurrently as Emonfu (Headquarters of the Outer Palace Guards) and benkan (officials of the dajokan), thus honorably holding the post of three offices.
  394. After that, he was promoted successively to jiju (chamberlain), Echizen no suke (Assistant Governor of Echizen Province), Ukone no shosho (Minor Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards), and Owari no Gon no suke (Provisional Assistant Governor of Owari Province), and finally became Sangi in 1557 to rank with Kugyo.
  395. After that, he was promoted successively to jiju (chamberlain), Sakone Gon no shosho (Provisional Minor Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards), Mimasaka no Gon no kami (Provisional Governor of Mimasaka Province), and Sakone Gon no chujo (Provisional Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards), and finally became Sangi (councilor) in 1796 to rank with Kugyo.
  396. After that, he was promoted successively, and in 1290, he was appointed as Sangi (Councilor) to rank with Kugyo.
  397. After that, he was promoted successively, and in 1309, he was appointed as Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) to rank with Kugyo.
  398. After that, he was promoted to Sangi (councilor) and raised to the peerage as Kugyo (the top court officials) through the positions of Ukone no shosho (Minor Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) and Ukone no chujo (Middle Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  399. After that, he was promoted to shosho (major general).
  400. After that, he was promoted to the rank of Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) and held positions such as Saemon no kami (captain of the Left Division of Outer Palace Guards), Sakone no daisho (Western Commander), Okura kyo (Minister of the Treasury), Kebiishi Kebiishi Betto (a director of the police and justice department), Minbu kyo and Azechi (supervisor of local politics).
  401. After that, he was promoted to 正二品 (senior second rank) for his achievement in suppressing the rebellion of Jurchen and he is seen as a hero in Korea.
  402. After that, he was put up by shogitai (group of former Tokugawa retainers opposed to the Meiji government who fought in the Battle of Ueno) holed up in Kanei-ji Temple and thus he got involved in Ueno War and escaped to Tohoku region after defeat.
  403. After that, he was questioned and sentenced to death penalty on February 19, 1885.
  404. After that, he was quickly promoted as a legitimate son of the Sanjo family, and although he took the post as Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and was ranked with Kugyo in 1697, he was suddenly deprived of his official rank in 1700.
  405. After that, he was quickly promoted as the head family of the Sanjo family, and he was promoted to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in 1750, and was ranked with kugyo.
  406. After that, he was quickly promoted as the head of the Sanjo family of the Seiga family (the second highest family status for court nobles), and was raised to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in 1764 and was ranked with Kugyo.
  407. After that, he was raised to the peerage.
  408. After that, he was reappointed for a second term, but died in 1135 while in office.
  409. After that, he was received in audience by the Emperor Meiji, and served as a security guard in Kyoto Prefecture.
  410. After that, he was referred to as 'tenborin ex-Udaijin' (former minister of the right).
  411. After that, he was released in 1870.
  412. After that, he was said to live in seclusion due to old age.
  413. After that, he was sheltered by the Wakasa Takeda clan, on his mother's side, and then served the Asakura clan in Echizen Province.
  414. After that, he was smoothly promoted to Shoshii (Senior Fourth Rank), Shoshiinojo (Senior Fourth Rank Upper Grade) and Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in the era of Emperor Konin.
  415. After that, he was sometimes called by the nickname 'Devil Hyuga.'
  416. After that, he was successively promoted and became Palace staff, Sakone gon no shosho (Provisional Minor Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards) as well as Sakone gon no chujo (Provisional Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards), and in 1764, he was received Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank), position which ranked with Kugyo (the top court officials).
  417. After that, he was successively promoted to Konoefu (to the Headquarters of the Inner Palace Guards), Konoefu, and Kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain), and finally became Sangi in 1491 to rank with Kugyo.
  418. After that, he was supported by Naoyoshi ASHIKAGA, a younger brother of Takauji ASHIKAGA.
  419. After that, he was taken in by the ASHIKAGA side and was transferred to Kamakura, and placed under the supervision of Tadayoshi ASHIKAGA, Takauji's younger brother.
  420. After that, he was transferred to the Gon no taifu (vice-minister of Jingikan, department of worship) and died on January 3, 1143.
  421. After that, he was unlucky because works such as "Senjo no kataki yakusoku" (literally, Firm Pledge at the Battlefield) were put on hold due to the question of profitability raised by Shochiku.
  422. After that, he went back and forth between Edo (later, Tokyo) and his hometown due to unquiet days of the Restoration, but he settled permanently in Tokyo after he moved to Tokyo for the third time in 1879 on Morihisa HOSOKAWA's advice.
  423. After that, he went back to his home town Hyuga and served the Shimazu clan.
  424. After that, he went into seclusion in Saga, Kyoto and called himself 'Soetsu'.
  425. After that, he went off to Omi Province, but he became ill by a curse of Kojin (god of a cooking stove) of Mt. Ibuki.
  426. After that, he went on to Keio Gijuku, but due to stomach disorder and beriberi, he left school before graduation and went back to his hometown.
  427. After that, he went through difficult times with experiencing only one tournament which he had more wins than losses.
  428. After that, he went to Edo and acted as a guard for the meeting between Saigo and Kaishu KATSU and, in the battle against Shogitai army (the Brigade of Righteousness) in Ueno, he took part in the attack on the Kuromon gate under the command of Saigo.
  429. After that, he went to Kyoto to serve Masamoto HOSOKAWA, and changed his name and called himself Danjo-no-chu Motokage ASAKURA.
  430. After that, he went to Kyoto with the heir of the clan, Motonori MORI, and under Kogoro KATSURA and Gisuke KUSAKA, he made efforts as a person in charge of the administration affairs staying in Kyoto.
  431. After that, he went to Kyoto, and then, at the invitation of Hiromasa KIKKAWA, the fourth lord of the Iwakuni domain, he returned to his native place.
  432. After that, he went to Manju-ji Temple in Bungo Province for study, and in 1467, went across the sea to Ming to study in Suzhou City and other places.
  433. After that, he went to the front in Aizu and after he was defeated in the Battle of Bonari-toge in August, he stayed in Aizu with Hajime SAITO and others.
  434. After that, he will fail greatly.'
  435. After that, he won a prize 25 times in the Nitten.
  436. After that, he won his first prize in Nisshunten (the spring exhibition of Japanese-style paintings by the Nitten) in 1967, and won a prize 22 times later at the exhibition thereafter.
  437. After that, he worked as Sonno Joi ha (supporters of the doctrine of restoring the emperor and expelling the barbarians) in the Imperial Court.
  438. After that, he worked as a journalist for newspapers such as the Chuo Shinbun and Eiri Nippo for 24 years, until 1913.
  439. After that, he worked as a teacher at schools for teacher training and junior high schools under the old system of education, then later on, he contributed to the development of education for women, serving as the principal of Chiba Normal School and Tokyo Women's Normal School.
  440. After that, he worked as the shuhan (the head seat) of Daijokan (Grand Council of State) until the end of 780.
  441. After that, he worked at various government offices such as the Dazaifu (the local government office in Kyushu region) and the Kunaisho (the Imperial Household Agency).
  442. After that, he worked for the General Staff Main Office, he became a brigade officer in the cavalry division.
  443. After that, he would frequently visit SAIONJI (Kinmochi)'s house as a student of Kinmochi.
  444. After that, her descendants were deemed to be successors, which later became a basis of inheritance by Kechimiyaku (血脈), a bloodline or lineage of succession, of Hongwan-ji Temple.
  445. After that, his descendants flourished as one of Seiga families (one of the highest ranks for noble families) and produced many Kugyo and Nyoin (female relatives of the Emperor or women of comparable standing).
  446. After that, his descendants served as hatamoto (a direct retainer of the Shogun).
  447. After that, his descendants served as the lord of Shingu-jo Castle and Karo (chief retainer) of the Kishu Tokugawa family.
  448. After that, his direct descendant (Keicho family) was appointed to kanrei for generations, and was counted as one of Sankanrei (three families in the post of kanrei, or shogunal deputy), along with the Shiba clan and the Hatakeyama clan.
  449. After that, his head was displayed in public by Ieyasu TOKUGAWA in the Sanjo-ohashi Bridge.
  450. After that, his illustrations, including his caricatures, appeared in other newspapers, "Hikari"(Light) and the daily "Heimin Shimbun" (People's Newspaper), and he also became acquainted with socialists.
  451. After that, his posts included Imperial Court councilor, the Governor of Tokyo Prefecture, the director-general of Sochitsuryo (Imperial Household Affairs Division).
  452. After that, his promotion continued to the Gon Chunagon (provisional vice-councilor of state) in 1340, Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) in 1342, Junii (Junior Second Rank) in 1346, Gon Dainagon (provisional chief councilor of state) in 1347 and Shonii (Senior Second Rank) in 1355.
  453. After that, his reputation grew and he named his tea shop "Long Jing Do."
  454. After that, his school came to be called Hirosawa school.
  455. After that, his second son Shigeharu KOMATSU succeeded to the title of count, and took a lively part in the economic world, serving as the President of Keikoku Bank.
  456. After that, his teachings were passed on to Fukuryo and Chizo.
  457. After that, his whereabouts are untraceable whether he died in the battle or fled.
  458. After that, his whereabouts were unknown.
  459. After that, his younger brother, Taketoki KIKUCHI, took over the family headship.
  460. After that, how can I find any meanings in killing retainers again and again?'
  461. After that, however, Nobunaga destroyed his strong rivals, Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple and Katsuyori TAKEDA.
  462. After that, however, he kept in touch with FUJIWARA no Sadaie, the son of Toshinari (It is said that when Sadaie found about the death of Michitomo, he mourned over his death).
  463. After that, however, reminted koban became inferior both in percentage of gold and in weight, then ryo as the weight unit became far apart from ryo as the currency unit.
  464. After that, however, she became joro (the upper grade ladies-in-waiting) in the position of Otoshiyori (a lady who controls the servants in O-oku) to serve Kodaiin (Shigehime), who was midaidokoro (wife of a shogun or a highest-ranking nobleman) of Ienari TOKUGAWA, and acted as a close adviser of Shigehime.
  465. After that, however, the Ministry of Justice and other authorities set ready for full-scale oppression.
  466. After that, however, the position of head of the family changed hands often, until eventually the family fell into decline.
  467. After that, however, when Mochiie's cousin Mitsumasa AKAMATSU raised an army against the Yamana clan which additionally held the military governor of Harima Province, Mochiie cooperated with Mitsumasa.
  468. After that, immigration was sponsored by private brokers.
  469. After that, in 1326 he became Chugu Gon no daibu (a provisional master of the consort's household) to Kishi SAIONJI, chugu (the 2nd consort) of Emperor Godaigo, after assuming a post in Mimasaka Province, a post at Konoefu (the headquarters of the inner palace guards) and another post at Konoefu.
  470. After that, in 1416, at the request of the Muromachi bakufu, the retired Emperor Gokameyama (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) returned to Kyoto.
  471. After that, in 1506, he invaded Yamato Province as a vassal of Masamoto and defeated Yoshihide HATAKEYAMA and Hisanobu HATAKEYAMA, and he also conquered the military forces owned by temples and shrines, resulting in the establishment of peach in Yamato Province.
  472. After that, in 1512, he was appointed to reki hakase (master of reki-calendar) and in 1514, he was also appointed to Onmyo no kami (Director of Onmyoryo, or Bureau of Divination).
  473. After that, in 1575 Nobumoto was suspected of naitsu (engaging in secret communication) and committed suicide by Seppuku (disembowelment).
  474. After that, in 1588, Yoshiaki resigned from the position of Seii Taishogun, received the title of Jusangu from the Imperial Court and became a priest named Shozan.
  475. After that, in 1642, his territory was changed to the Mikawa-Yoshida Domain in Mikawa Province and to Okazaki in the same province in 1645 with additional 5,000 koku increase.
  476. After that, in 1661 and 1685, the bakufu ordered to increase the jomai stock, and it also adopted the same measure to shukuba-machi (post station) in Tokaido.
  477. After that, in 1739, he assumed Gon Dainagon (a provisional chief councilor of state) after taking Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state).
  478. After that, in 1787, 3,020 articles for the 27 years from 1761 to 1787 were added, and in 1841, some 6,607 more were added for the 50 years from 1788 to 1837.
  479. After that, in 1904, the targets of monopolization were widened from storage and manufacture and sales to import and transport of leaf tobacco and products, in order to collect funding for the Russo-Japanese War.
  480. After that, in 1906 when the Legation in France was promoted to the Embassy, he was appointed as the first Ambassador to France, and in the next year, 1907, he concluded the Contract between France and Japan.
  481. After that, in 1914, he became involved in the establishment of the Nika Association.
  482. After that, in 1922, "Heijo-kyu shi" (平城宮址, meaning the Heijo-kyu Palace Site) was designated as a national historic site (later a special historic site).
  483. After that, in 1982, a private-public joint venture, Miyafuku Railway (the present KTR), was established and in 1983 construction was restarted, with the long-wished-for Miyafuku Line finally opening in July, 1988.
  484. After that, in 902 Wakamiya-jinja Shrine was built and in 1190 Imamiya-jinja Shrine and Shingu-jinja Shrine were built in the precincts.
  485. After that, in August, 1984, 'Monopoly-Reform-Related Law' passed, and while 'the Tobacco Industries Act' was newly regulated, 'the Tobacco Monopoly Law' and 'the Manufactured Tobacco Price Fixing Law' were abolished.
  486. After that, in December 1917 he simultaneously assumed office as director general of Imperial Museum (present Tokyo National Museum) and Head of Books of the Zushoryo (Bureau of Drawings and Books) and Kunaisho (Ministry of the Sovereign's Household), then Goyogakari of Council for the Imperial House System in January of the following year.
  487. After that, in order to avenge the murder of his disciple, together with resurgent Seimei, he headed for Doma and 梨子, who had not only betrayed Seimei but also become Doma's wife.
  488. After that, in place of Kyuemon SEKI,, Joze DAIKOKU who was Chozaemon DAIKOKU retuned to ginza.
  489. After that, in the Edo period, it became widespread as a text book of calligraphy also among the general public.
  490. After that, in the Kamakura period, sichikaiki. jyusankaiki (the twelfth anniversary of one's death) and sanjyusankaiki (the 32nd anniversary of one's death) begun to be held.
  491. After that, in the Satsuma clan, Inuoumono was held at auspicious events such as heirs' genpuku (celebrate one's coming of age), except during the interruption by the law prohibiting cruelty to animals.
  492. After that, in the Taisho period, political parties extended their power in a climate of Taisho Democracy (a series of liberal movements in the Taisho period).
  493. After that, in the attack and burning of Mt. Hiei by Nobunaga ODA in 1571, Mitsuhide AKECHI entered this castle to hold movements of the Enryaku-ji Temple side in check indirectly.
  494. After that, in the beginning of the Edo period, the temple was partially restored because Tenkai told his pupil Gyoken to do so.
  495. After that, in the following year, 1178, she came back to her hometown, Kaga Province, and died in 1180.
  496. After that, in the many years that passed until the 'Beppon' line began to be reevaluated the end of the twentieth century, arguments concerning the text of "The Tale of Genji" were fought over these two lines.
  497. After that, in the revolutionary times of the Meiji Restoration, he promoted the reforms of the system in the recent religious community as a young hoshu.
  498. After that, in various clans such as Ashina, Tamura, Iwaki, Mogami, and Nanbu had struggles with respect to inheritance of the reigns of the family had been transformed into sengoku daimyo through unification of relations between kokujin ikki and daimyo.
  499. After that, in writings such as Rikkokushi (the Six National Histories), there are articles that are mentioned again and again about the examinations held to approve tokudo to ones that make ascetic practices, and it is believed that many of those examinees were shidoso.
  500. After that, incidents of this kind ceased to happen.
  501. After that, individual descendants of Yoshitada's children claimed to be of the main branch of the family, but because of their insignificant influence, the fact that they were of the main branch of the family was meaningless and they gradually stopped claiming so.
  502. After that, injured persons and soldiers surrendered one by one.
  503. After that, intending to make now no man's land Kai and Shinano provinces his territories, Tokugawa fought Hojo, also eager to win Kai and Shinano, in Battle of Tenshojingo.
  504. After that, it accepted Princess and daughters of Court nobles successively as chief abbots of a Buddhist temple.
  505. After that, it actively developed the market by putting on the US market canned coffee, "Starbucks Double Shot" (2002) and by introducing heating vending machines for its own brand products.
  506. After that, it altered its national policy and banned the use of force against other nations.
  507. After that, it became a castle of fudai daimyo (a daimyo in hereditary vassal to the Tokugawa family).
  508. After that, it became a custom for the Yamato clan to present an Uneme to the family of Okimi (Great King).
  509. After that, it can be seen from "Tokitsune-kyo ki" (Lord Tokitsune's Diary), diary of Tokitsune YAMASHINA, with whom he formed friendship, that he received Ieyasu TOKUGAWA's assistance and socialized with intellectuals such as court nobles who were old acquaintances and relatives, and he attended renga poetry gatherings.
  510. After that, it changes to so-called "akisame" (autumn rain) and the name of front changes also to autumn rain front.
  511. After that, it continues to exist to this day.
  512. After that, it flourished as the Fujiwara Nanke family's family temple until the Kamakura period.
  513. After that, it flows to the south foot of Mt. Hiei after merging with the Ryo-sen River, which originates in a mountain behind Sanzen-in Temple and also the Kusao-gawa River, which originates in a mountain behind Jakko-in Temple.
  514. After that, it had not been decided for a while whether Oki Islands should be incorporated into Shimane Prefecture or Tottori Prefecture.
  515. After that, it is colored, and then painted with the color for a base after covering the entire pattern with glue.
  516. After that, it is said that Tomiko dies of disease, and Toyoo's life is spared.
  517. After that, it is said that the youngest son among the three sons of Kawakatsu carried on the art of sarugaku and handed it down from generation to generation, and their descendant HATA no Ujiyasu performed 'Okina' (old man) at the Shishinden (The Throne Hall) in the reign of Emperor Murakami.
  518. After that, it is thought that Ryojun MATSUMOTO, a retainer of the Shogun, made arrangements for him to hide in a plant shop in Sendagaya, where he died in 1868.
  519. After that, it is thought that dress codes regarding kosode were decided, however, the exact month and year is not clearly known.
  520. After that, it seemed the family's prosperity gradually declined and a person named 'Itsutsuji-nyudo-nomiya' (Imperial Prince and Monk Itsutsuji) visited Imperial Prince Fushiminomiya Sadafusa's place and asked him for a domain in Kyushu in 1432.
  521. After that, it transformed into nagauta as an accompaniment to kabuki dance in Edo.
  522. After that, it was also approved in the next village, Kodakasa Village (however, in 1884, the government changed Kuchsonkai ho [the law of municipal assembly] and took the rulemaking power from them).
  523. After that, it was also known as Katsura Girls' Vocational Training School.
  524. After that, it was called gokihachido.
  525. After that, it was destroyed in 789, and there is no record that Arachi no-seki was closed in the Kusuko Incident in 810, alternatively, Osaka no-seki checking station in Omi Province received notification, so it is considered to have been abolished completely by this time.
  526. After that, it was fixed that inmyodenju should be conducted by the Nijo family and conflicts ceased.
  527. After that, it was four or eight mon, but some peddlers sell it for thirty mon because the regulations have been relaxed recently.
  528. After that, it was given legal force under the 'Koshitsu Saishi Rei' (the Ordinance of Imperial Household Religious Rites) in 1908.
  529. After that, it was in 1899 that the railway nationalization became a political agenda.
  530. After that, it was named Kyujo.
  531. After that, it was officially approved by Zongli Yamen and its publication was decided.
  532. After that, it was owned by FUJIWARA no Mototsune and then by FUJIWARA no Tadahira, and was also used by the Retired Emperor Yozei and by the Retired Emperor Uda as their residence other than the one in the palace.
  533. After that, it was passed onto Nichimoku the third, Nichido the fourth, Nichigyo the fifty in order, it is passed to current hoshu (high priest), Nichinyo the sixty eighth.
  534. After that, it was reorganized as the Faculty of Social Studies in the 2005 academic year.
  535. After that, it was reorganized into three towns that has the prefix 'Higashi Shiokoji' in 1918.
  536. After that, it was the last news that Masayuki visited Rokuon-in Temple on November 26, 1487, and he was never heard of since then, so that the post of Shugo was handed over to his younger brother Hisayuki.
  537. After that, it was treated as much as the head families of four schools of Nohgaku.
  538. After that, its tracks were maintained as storage tracks for a while, but eventually all the tracks (except one on the east side) were removed.
  539. After that, jishi that was imposed on rice fields was not seen.
  540. After that, jiuta was composed, played and passed down mainly by the blind musicians of Todo-za.
  541. After that, keka of "shoya" is held.
  542. After that, key figures in the government and business circles frequently visited Saionji in Okitsu, and the term 'Okitsu visits' was born.
  543. After that, kubunden was specified in the Tang ritsuryo code.
  544. After that, local people and people engaged in tourism fostered this sakura-namiki carefully and, when it was damaged by repeated heavy snowfall and mud and rock slide, they planted to supplement silently and continued to protect the sakura-namiki.
  545. After that, locomotives were introduced to increase the efficiency of work.
  546. After that, many Kabuki plays about Date Sodo were performed.
  547. After that, many Tenshu were empty and quite a lot of Tenshu were used as lofts.
  548. After that, many companies recorded accompaniments without the melody.
  549. After that, many schools were established.
  550. After that, many types of citrus such as Chinese oranges and koji (citrus, thin skin mandarin oranges) were imported from China, however, they were mainly used as medicine rather than for food.
  551. After that, many yose theaters opened in and around Edo toward the end of the Edo period.
  552. After that, manzai began including elements of Niwaka (an impromptu comic play), Karukuchi, which was transformed from Niwaka and had a form of rakugo played by two persons, as well as Rokyoku (recitation of a kind of sung narrative), and reached its present form.
  553. After that, minto expressed further strong opposition to the government, and the budget proposal based on the revised proposal was passed in the House of Representatives.
  554. After that, miyago apologized to the Hongan-ji Temple and was pardoned.
  555. After that, moved to Hikifune Street, Mukojima.
  556. After that, movement towards freedom of speech became popular again in historical studies as the Taisho Democracy became more popular, some historical books about Marxism based upon historical materialism were published, there was more strict control as the socialist movement became more popular.
  557. After that, musket troops were established in various areas for the purpose of 'community development.'
  558. After that, mutes are born in his family for three generations in a row.
  559. After that, neither of the eastern nor western armies used it, and therefore, the castle was abandoned.
  560. After that, nenki with a period of fifty years are held, such as the Hyakkai onki (ninety ninth year), the Hyakugojyukai onki (one hundred and forty ninth year), and so on.
  561. After that, new shinsei aimed at the display of benevolent rule and royalty was frequently issued on the occasions of change of emperors, disaster, and war, etc.
  562. After that, new theories on Fukai-no-Joten/ Fukaijoten was presented one after another and held active discussions, however, none of them had a relevant success.
  563. After that, no one was successful in history until ABE no Seimei, who was the sixth generation descendant of Anio, appears in the mid Heian period.
  564. After that, not Emperor Gokameyama (later Emperor Gokameyama) who was on the side of reconciliation party, but Emperor Chokei who was considered to take a firm attitude toward the Northern Court, ascended the throne, and Masanori who was a leader of reconciliation party got isolated in the Southern Court.
  565. After that, on April 1,1958, in the municipal consolidation, Kashida-mura in Minamikuwada District, Kyoto prefecture was annexed to Takatsuki city, Osaka prefecture, and Maki and Terada areas in Nishibetsuin-mura, Kameoka city, Kyoto prefecture became part of Toyono town, Toyono District, Osaka prefecture.
  566. After that, on April 21, Satsu-gun retreated further to Yabe-Hamamachi and was reorganized into a platoon; Murata and Ikenoue were assigned to the headquarters.
  567. After that, on August 12, 1893, the Ministry of Education announced through the official gazette "Shukujitsu Daisaijitsu Kashi narabini Gakufu (literally, "Words and musical scores for national holidays") which included "Kimigayo," and so on.
  568. After that, on January 8, 718, FUJIWARA no Fuhito enshrined two Kara-kami together.
  569. After that, on July 6, 1940, Limitation Rules on Manufacturing and Selling of Luxury Items and so forth was promulgated, and enacted on July 7 in the same year, and known as the '7.7 prohibitory decree.'
  570. After that, on June 30, 1876, Okura-sho (Ministry of the Treasury) notified that acceptance and exchange of Minbusho-satsu would be halted, but it took a long time to collect, finally, a deadline was set on September 30, 1878, and the acceptance and exchange was halted.
  571. After that, on November 21, Naokatsu MATSUDAIRA, the lord of the Kawagoe Domain, was appointed as his successor and endeavored to coordinate opinions of the Sanyo-kaigi (councilors' meetings) and the bakufu.
  572. After that, on November 23, the twelfth family head of the Sumitomo family, Kichizaemon Tomochika (48 years old) died, and then, on November 30, the thirteenth family head, Kichizaemon Tomotada (19 years old) died.
  573. After that, on September 13, 1912, she committed martyrdom for Emperor Meiji by stabbing herself in the chest with Maresuke at his residence (the present Nogi-jinja Shrine at Akasaka, Minato Ward, Tokyo Prefecture).
  574. After that, on September in 1233, Empress Sonshi KUJO died, and on August in the following year Emperor Gohorikawa (father of Emperor Shijo) died as well, which was considered to be due to the grudge of Emperor Gotoba who was the uncle of the Retired Emperor Gohorikawa according to rumors.
  575. After that, on one hand, he made religious arguments against Gien and others in Nara Kofuku-ji Temple as one to represent Saicho's will, while on the other hand he busied himself in establishing Daijo-Kaidan (Mahayana ordination center) at Enryaku-ji Temple.
  576. After that, one of his men, who was also arrested, revealed all of the crimes and named his followers.
  577. After that, only Kurose-jo Castle was left to Kinhiro and he became a retainer of Takakage KOBAYAKAWA but in 1587, he was killed by a retainer of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, Katsutaka TODA who was newly assigned as the feudal lord of Uwa County.
  578. After that, only Nuiji MIZUTANI proceeded to play against Shuho on Sen ai sen, but died young in 1884.
  579. After that, only the Sessho has been revived, designated under Imperial Household Law for only princes and other members of the Imperial family to act as an agent in carrying out the Emperor's official duties, and continues to this day.
  580. After that, only the Shogakuin Bettoshoku (office of the Betto of Shogakuin) survived as an honorary post.
  581. After that, only the descendants of Johei Tengyo Kunkosha (people who were distinguished in service during the Johei and Tengyo Wars) were regarded as Samurai, as members of a legitimate family of martial arts professionals.
  582. After that, other strong soldiers of neighboring area gathered under Fukei, and they planned to advance to Omi.
  583. After that, other women of the Taira clan, including Tokiko's daughter Tokuko (also known as Kenreimonin, the Cloistered Lady of Kenrei Gate), threw themselves into the sea one after the other.
  584. After that, ownership of the castle was transferred from one family to another, from the Nagai family to the Abe family, then the Okudaira family, and to the Aoyama family, but in 1758, Sukemasa MATSUDAIRA succeeded the castle with 770 thousand koku to keep it for seven generations until the Meiji Restoration.
  585. After that, people called them Yoshida school.
  586. After that, people came to say that persons who did not cooperate with the copper production were betrayers of the country, because the increase production was demanded as a national policy, therefore the movement against the mining pollution temporarily subsided.
  587. After that, plagues became prevalent and Okoshi and the others, believing that 'because he worshipped a foreign god (Buddha), he has brought the wrath of the gods of the land down upon us', set fire to the temple and threw the statue into a canal at Nanba.
  588. After that, portable shrines go back to the otabisho via their respective routes.
  589. After that, present-day main hall was constructed in 1961.
  590. After that, presumably since Kokyu got over his anger, Kagefusa began to serve in Ichijodani (the Asakura clan's base, Ichijodani Castle).
  591. After that, rebellions by kunishu (local samurais) occurred repeatedly in Tango Province, and Yoshihide eventually killed himself in Mt. Fuko in Tango Province on June 18, 1498, during an attack from the kunishu.
  592. After that, records of writing characters on shogi pieces didn't appear until 1496, when he began writing again being requested twice after he turned down the first offer saying, 'I've never written them.'
  593. After that, research about the origin of samurai was conducted centered on job-function-based theories, and theories based on the kokuga forces system were almost forgotten.
  594. After that, research on ritsuryo became active between the end of the eighth century and the beginning of the ninth century, and many private commentaries such as Reishaku, Sekki, and Kekki, which are quoted in the "Ryo no shuge" (Commentaries on the Civil Statutes) were published around that time.
  595. After that, rice is steamed so that the rice starch will be easily decomposed by the koji enzyme.
  596. After that, rice malt making was absorbed as a process of the sake brewing industry.
  597. After that, schools of the Risshu sect requested independence from the Shingon sect, for example Kocho SAEKI (Hirosumi SAEKI) (the 64th choro (patriarch)) of Saidai-ji Temple carried on a campaign.
  598. After that, schools of this kind spread to 41 administrative divisions, and they continued to exist till the end of the Taisho period or the biginning of the Showa period.
  599. After that, she appeared in many movies.
  600. After that, she became a priest at Konpuku-ji Temple and called herself Myojuama, and died in 1876.
  601. After that, she became famous in Kyoto and stormed the residence of TAIRA no Kiyomori who was a person of power in those days.
  602. After that, she continued to make activities as a singer in Italy, and in 1935, she achieved the record of 2000 appearances in "Madama Butterfly" in Palermo.
  603. After that, she could get no powerful guardian nor could she give birth to a child, and died on September 12, 1002, chasing after her elder sister, Teishi, and her younger sister, Mikushiro-dono (the fourth daughter of FUJIWARA no Michitaka).
  604. After that, she did everything in her power to guard her daughter, who was now called Lady Kiritsubo.
  605. After that, she dissolved the concubinage with Hideyoshi for a reason of her illness.
  606. After that, she fell into a slump and resigned from Shochiku.
  607. After that, she gave birth to Nobuchika CHOSOKABE, Chikakazu KAGAWA, Chikatada TUNO, Morichika CHOSOKABE, lawful wife of Tadamasa ICHIJO, lawful wife of Chikazane KIRA, lawful wife of Chikanao SATAKE, and lawful wife of Juzaemon YOSHIMATSU.
  608. After that, she got back to geisha.
  609. After that, she is considered to have become a Buddhist nun due to her illness, and appears to have died by 1111.
  610. After that, she is said to have lived in peace in Kiyosu-jo Castle with her three daughters for more than nine years, under the patronage of her older brother Nobunaga and Nobukane ODA.
  611. After that, she moved to Osaka Castle with Hideyoshi, and in 1585 she was awarded Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) incidental to Hideyoshi's assignment to Kanpaku (chief adviser to the Emperor) and referred to as Kita no mandokoro.
  612. After that, she put herself under the protection of her nephew, Muneshige TACHIBANA, who became the lord of Yanagawa-jo Castle.
  613. After that, she sent along Tatsuko KYOGOKU to Kyoto safely.
  614. After that, she started living apart from her husband because he became Shogun-kokenshoku (one of three major posts of Edo bakufu) and accompanied Shogun Iemochi TOKUGAWA to Kyoto.
  615. After that, she was married to a doctor and spent the rest of her life peacefully.
  616. After that, she was supported by her uncle Heinrich von Siebold and lived with her mother Ine in Tokyo.
  617. After that, she went back to Kyoto to live a luxurious life; she visited several temples accompanied by her family and followers, which drew criticism from FUJIWARA no Teika.
  618. After that, she went down to Hell one time.
  619. After that, she wrote continuously, and some records say the book was written around 1012.
  620. After that, shogunal administration was supported by the Hosokawa clan's power.
  621. After that, since Tadazane and Yorinaga lost their political support, their position became fragile and it caused the Hogen War.
  622. After that, since he was close to his half-brother, FUJIWARA no Michinaga (also brother-in-law due to their wives being sisters), he reaped the benefit of Michinaga's influence.
  623. After that, since some Imperial princesses entered the temple, it became ama-monzeki (a temple whose superior has always been a woman born of the Imperial Family or of nobility) and was also given a lot of Jiryo (temple estate).
  624. After that, since the late 1960's, barley shochu in which barley was mixed into malted barley produced in Oita prefecture, has been getting attention throughout the country and now Oita Prefecture is also one of the major production areas of barley shochu.
  625. After that, since the ninth generation head of the Omotesenke, Ryoryosai (an older brother of Kokosai Soya) passed away, Tatsuzo succeeded him as the tenth generation head of the Omotesenke school.
  626. After that, some Daimyo refrained from constructing five-tiered Tenshu, and in the case of Kokura-jo Castle (1610) which was built after that, the fourth-tier roof was taken away and the floor of the fifth story was protruded in order not to make it five-tiered.
  627. After that, some groups of them ran away along Kohechi to Totsukawa Village.
  628. After that, some learned priests including Kagetsuin Jinrei and Myoonin Ryosho developed the study on this book.
  629. After that, some temples and shrines retrieved their Onda with donation from the neighboring residents; Ise-jingu Shrine keeps Onda in two locations.
  630. After that, standard train cars in each form of car were set up, and assorted small number of train cars began to be culled out.
  631. After that, successive Kanzaburo runs Nakamura-za Theater as a manager, and Nakamura-za Theater became the most prestigious theater in Edo.
  632. After that, successive emperors such as the Northern Song Dynasty emperors Zhenzong and Renzong often gave inscriptions to temples that did not already have one, earning warnings from figures such as Guang SIMA.
  633. After that, successive leaders up to the fifteenth of today have created various works
  634. After that, such folkways decreased early because of the unstable condition of the nation and the rise of the military in the 1930s, and the circumstances of sake had greatly changed.
  635. After that, such trend of those dominant temples and shrines in various regions to hold military power continued.
  636. After that, systematic expeditions against Emishi/Ezo barbarians were suspended, and only rebellions of ifu (half-assimilated Emishi) or fushu (fully-assimilated Emishi) under the Imperial governance were recorded ever since.
  637. After that, taking a walk over the hills, Honen found a large stone and sat down there.
  638. After that, taking advantage of the political disorder of the bakufu, he expanded his influence in Sanin and fought with the Akamatsu clan in Harima.
  639. After that, the "Hitsukearatame" post was established in 1683.
  640. After that, the 'Imatsuri' had been held whereby the object of worship and the objects used for decoration were exhibited in the Yamahokocho only in Yoiyama for 130 years; but was discontinued in 1995.
  641. After that, the Aki-Takeda clan became independent of the Wakasa-Takeda clan completely.
  642. After that, the Coming-of-Age Day moved to the second Monday of January from 2000 along with the revision of the National Holidays Act (commonly called Happy Monday System Act) in 1998.
  643. After that, the Edo bakufu offered 10,000 koku of shoryo in 1623 and 1705, ultimately securing 30,000 koku of Imperial property.
  644. After that, the Emperor Goyozei and the Emperor Gomizunoo did their best to collect the books with the stabilization of the society, but the fire on July 17, 1653 burned almost all the dairi (Imperial Palace) and all the libraries were burnt down except for one.
  645. After that, the Emperor Suiko, who the Soga clan supported, was enthroned.
  646. After that, the Emperor did not get much attention from the public and he spent a lonely time, he died at the age of thirteen, without even having a coming-of age ceremony. (It is said that he died of dysentery.)
  647. After that, the Emperor returned to Kyoto once, and on the second visit to Tokyo the next year, he settled down there.
  648. After that, the Emperor urged the Ogura family to honor the decision, but they refused to do so.
  649. After that, the Eulsa Treaty was made, and Japan took over the diplomatic right of the Korean Empire, which practically made Korea the protectorate of Japan.
  650. After that, the Fourth Army would regroup with the Third Army and annihilate Russia's main force in the Manchurian plains.
  651. After that, the Ganghwa Island incident of 1876 led to the conclusion of the Japanese-Korean Treaty of Amity (Treaty of Ganghwa), and in this treaty, Japan recognized the Joseon Dynasty as an independent country and made the Joseon Dynasty open its country to the world.
  652. After that, the Goto family (mainly of Kyoto) had produced oban under instructions of the person in power at the time up to 1862.
  653. After that, the Hatakeyama clan and the Ochi clan intervened into the succession dispute of the Tsutsui clan, which further developed into the succession dispute of the Hatakeyama clan, followed by the Onin war, and then, Yamato Province entered the Sengoku period (period of warring states).
  654. After that, the Hirata family was succeeded by Nobutane HIRATA, Moritane HIRATA (adoptive heir) and to Munetane HIRATA, but Munetane did not have a child and the family died out after Munetane's death on November 7, 1973.
  655. After that, the Honke (head family) of Kitakaze family was divided into two, and the head of the Soke (head family) named himself Rokuemon and the head of the Chakuke (main line of the House) named himself Soemon for generations.
  656. After that, the Hosokawa family was repeatedly in domestic conflict as it was divided between the powers of Takakuni HOSOKAWA, Masataka and Sumimoto HOSOKAWA, who succeeded the Hosokawa-keicho family with the support of Yukinaga MIYOSHI and so on.
  657. After that, the IJA Third Army attacked a group of bastions in the northeastern face of the fortress which had been the initial objective set by the General Headquarters of the Japanese Army in Manchuria, and on January 1st, 1905, the Lieutenant General Anatolii Stoessel, the Russian commander of the Lushun Fortress surrendered.
  658. After that, the Ii clan spearheaded an army of former bakufu in the Boshin War, and went over to the side of the new government army during the war.
  659. After that, the Imperial Court frequently started employing the tsuitoshi-using system as the military system replacing the kokuga forces system.
  660. After that, the Imperial Family performed some private ceremonies such as Tensenpei (a Shinto rite to present Shinto offerings such as cloth, paper, and rope), the present Emperor's prayer, a speech called 'Onrui' (a condolence message by the Emperor), and prayer by the Empress, other Imperial Family members, and their relatives.
  661. After that, the Imperial Prince was appointed to Nakatsukasakyo (an official position equivalent to Shoshiinojo (Senior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade)), the conflict between his granduncle, Emperor Godaigo continued, he was supportive when Emperor Komyo succeeded to the throne which was organized by Takauji ASHIKAGA.
  662. After that, the Isshiki clan held Takebeyama-jo Castle for several generations until 1579 when Yusai HOSOKAWA attacked Tango under the orders of Nobunaga ODA, and the Isshiki army barricaded themselves in the castle after losing each battle fought, but eventually fell under the Hosokawa army's fierce attack.
  663. After that, the Japanese government under pressure from a public backlash protested against it, and the case was retried and only the captain was sentenced to three months in prison.
  664. After that, the Kamakura bakufu expelled Koreyaku to Kyoto, then the Imerial court, at the request of the bakufu, gave him the title of Imperial Prince as groudwork for receiving the Imperial Prince Hisaakira as shogun and Koreyasu returned to the Imperial Family.
  665. After that, the Kenkun-jinja Shrine in Tokyo moved to the top of Mt. Funaoka in Kyoto in 1880.
  666. After that, the Kii Province became a directly controlled land of Hideyoshi and a local governor Nagamori MASUDA ruled it from the office at Yamatokoriyama.
  667. After that, the Kira clan gained recognition as a leader of the Southern Court side in Shikoku region, and accompanied the Kono clan of Iyo Province for a while.
  668. After that, the Kishiwada army and Kishu army frequently had skirmishes.
  669. After that, the Kodama Party was on the side of the Inukake Uesugi family at the time of the early 15th century and became the vassal (retainer) of the Yamanouchi Uesugi family in the mid 15th century and served for generations.
  670. After that, the Kusanagi sword was enshrined at the Atsuta-jingu Shrine in Owari, which was at the side of Miyazu Hime.
  671. After that, the Maita clan was succeeded by 義祗, Yoshinari, and Yoshitoshi.
  672. After that, the Meiji Government held sovereignty, and accordingly, daimyo and other samurai were ranked as peerage and warrior class respectively, and samurai families disappeared.
  673. After that, the Meiji government became more and more involved in increased production, and export policy of raw silk thread in terms of encouragement of new industry and Shizoku jusan (providing former samurai with employment).
  674. After that, the Ming Dynasty sent a sovereign's message again, which resulted in the establishment of the diplomatic relations between Japan and the Ming Dynasty.
  675. After that, the Ministry of Education authorized the organization to change its name from 'Makoto religious organization' to 'Shinnyoen Buddhist' and continue to exist.
  676. After that, the Miyoshi clan showed the resistance to the Oda clan several times, but the road to reinstatement of Kinai region was closed due to the aggravation of the state of the war.
  677. After that, the Monto aimed to recapture the meeting house (Dojo) in Yoshizaki of which the Asakura clan had deprived, and Monto mustered from all over Hokuriku area fought against the Asakura clan more than once.
  678. After that, the Mori clan became a subordinate of the Toyotomi clan and was actively involved in the Conquest of Shikoku, the Conquest of Kyushu and the Siege of Odawara, and Terumoto MORI assumed a position of as a member of Gotairo (Council of Five Elders).
  679. After that, the Oda army besieged Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple with an amphibian operation and starvation tactics.
  680. After that, the Osaka-jo Castle was completely destroyed and the land was made flat, on which a new Osaka-jo Castle was built by the Tokugawa clan.
  681. After that, the Oshu Kira clan could not flourish and continued to decline.
  682. After that, the Sanmon (Ennin, Enryaku-ji Temple) and Jimon (Enchin, Onjo-ji Temple) factions had repeated fights; and monk warriors naturally appeared out of the armed monks who participated in this fighting.
  683. After that, the Sawayama Domain became Haihan (an abolished feudal domain) as the construction of Hikone-jo Castle started.
  684. After that, the Shiba clan became the head of sankanrei (three families in the post of kanrei, or shogunal deputy) throughout the Muromachi period.
  685. After that, the Shokyu-ji Temple was maintained as the grave of Shinran of the Nishi Hongan-ji Temple and became the Otani Sobyo Mausoleum (Nishi Otani).
  686. After that, the Shorin-ji Temple was a base of the Soto sect in Northern China, and it began to use the name of 'Soto Sho sect' (Soto legitimate sect) in the latter part of Ming.
  687. After that, the Sogo force was routed and retreated into Shozui-jo Castle.
  688. After that, the Southern Court resumed the reconciliatory negotiation with the Northern Court.
  689. After that, the Suribachi made in Sakai gradually overwhelm those made in Seto and Mino due to its durability, until the end of the Meiji period.
  690. After that, the Tachibana clan was degraded to be a middle-lower aristocracy belonging to the social class equivalent to that of Zuryo (the head of the provincial governors), and some of the families of the clan began to be settled in rural provinces.
  691. After that, the Tachikawa-ryu school continued to expand.
  692. After that, the Takehara family inherited it and at Jishukan, a domain school of the Kumamoto Domain, Yabusame of Takeda-ryu became a compulsory subject along with Nijyo style waka (Japanese traditional poems) and manners.
  693. After that, the Tsutsui clan surrendered to Nobunaga and the wars in Yamato were quelled.
  694. After that, the Ushioni never haunted the local people.
  695. After that, the Wasa family still continued as a grand master of archery of the domain for generations.
  696. After that, the Yagyu clan survived the disturbance of Northern and Southern Dynasties and then, settled as the local lord of Yagyu.
  697. After that, the Yamato Kingdom became less foreign-orientated and more inward-looking.
  698. After that, the Yukaku was tentatively moved to near Asakusa Sanya and soon moved to near Asakusa Nihonzutsumi.
  699. After that, the Zen masters such as Butsuin Ryogen (仏印了元) and Daibai Hoei (大梅法英) appeared one after another and it had an influence as strong as the Rinzai sect in the Northern Sung period, but it gradually declined towards the end of the Northern Sung period.
  700. After that, the amount of tree cutting diminished, and almost no trees have been cut since the 1990s.
  701. After that, the appointment of nenbundo sha (a fixed number of persons allowed the ordination into priesthood) of the Tendai sect as a national kokushi (instructor) and dokushi (reader) was accepted.
  702. After that, the army fought against Tomibiko (another name of Nagasunehiko) and brothers Eshiki and Otoshiki.
  703. After that, the bell still remains in the premises of Hoko-ji Temple without being melted down (designated as an important cultural property).
  704. After that, the blade is reheated in a charcoal fire for 'Yaki-modoshi (tempering).'
  705. After that, the board of education of Osaka Prefecture and that of Fujiidera City have continued investigating the site.
  706. After that, the bus stops were moved and the space was vacant for some time, but now the area is used for paid bicycle parking.
  707. After that, the calendar was not replaced by a new calendar because of the weakened imperial court and the sluggish study of the calendar.
  708. After that, the castle was used as the military base for the Battle of Shizugatake.
  709. After that, the castle was used by Hirosue ANDO, Kiyosue ANDO, Chikasue ANDO, Sanesuke AKITA as the headquarters of the Hiyama Ando clan of Shimonokuni family during five generations, and it seems that the clan extended its influence toward Hinai as well as Ani in Mutsu Province, using the castle as its stronghold.
  710. After that, the central political situation developed towards the Restoration of Imperial Rule and the Boshin Civil War.
  711. After that, the choro of Saidai-ji Temple who is the head priest of Saidai-ji Temple as sohonzan (the general head temple) doubled as the chief abbot of the Shingon Risshu sect as a custom.
  712. After that, the circumstances of the baronial members disassembled continued until the Kousei-kai was formed in 1919.
  713. After that, the clan was integrated with the Mori family and many vassals of the Mori family were sent to the Kobayakawa family.
  714. After that, the clan, who suffered a defeat in Musashi hei ikki Riot, lost power.
  715. After that, the conception of creating a new prefecture was not abolished, and a proposal requesting incorporation of two prefectures was submitted to the prefectural assembly in Taisho Period.
  716. After that, the contents of discussion were reported to the Emperor, who was the person to make the final decision (or his substitute, that is, a regent or a chief adviser to the Emperor), and the odd man made a final decision on policies based on it.
  717. After that, the current main hall was rebuilt in 1814, during the latter part of the Edo period,
  718. After that, the date and the sender's Isho (rank and name in a row) are written, and finally Isho of kyo (minister) of sho (ministry) to which the sender belongs is written.
  719. After that, the dish has gone through unique development in Japan.
  720. After that, the efforts to maintain the social system and to reconstruct finance were also made intermittently (Kansei Reforms and Tempo Reforms).
  721. After that, the eighth Shogun Yoshimune used him on Kyoto Shoshidai, then Roju.
  722. After that, the electrified sections did not extend for a long time and diesel trains ran between Kizu and Nagao one to two times in the afternoon, but in 1989 after the division and privatization of the JNR the line between Kizu and Nagao was electrified and many trains started to run.
  723. After that, the encroachment of provincial constables into the manors and lands under the control of the feudal government accelerated notably, resulting in advent of Shugo-ryogoku system (the system that a Shugo dominates a manor) and Shugo daimyo (Japanese territorial lord as provincial constable).
  724. After that, the entrance area of the Kawachi bay was buried by the earth and sand that had been piled up (making the Tenma-sasu sandbank), and in the era from the second century to the third century, the Kawachi bay was completely separated form Seto Inland Sea, becoming a lake called Kusaka no e (the Kawachi-ko lake).
  725. After that, the entrance of Naokiyo NAGAI with 36,000 koku from Nagaoka domain, Yamashiro Province finally brought a settlement to the domain lord, afterward, Meiji Period came during the 13th Nagai clan's governance.
  726. After that, the essential subject of the difference between the Jomon and Yayoi periods, was argued between researchers and various indicators were proposed, including forms of settlement, forms of graves, presence or absence of paddy fields and changes in artifacts such as earthenware and stoneware.
  727. After that, the exchange of fire and the laying of siege became widespread.
  728. After that, the existence of the Emperor was used to evade public criticism against the government's policy, and since speeches and writings criticizing the Emperor were strictly punished, criticism against the Emperor vanished, and came to be called 'the period of winter.'
  729. After that, the faith in the Taima Mandala became popular and the hall where Mandala was enshrined was called 'Hondo.'
  730. After that, the family did not have a residence in their territory for a while until they used jinya (regional government office) in the Awa-Hojo Domain as their residence in 1725; however, they moved to Tsurumaki Domain in Kazusa Province in 1827.
  731. After that, the family line of Yoritada (theToki-Nishiikeda clan) succeeded to the reigns of the Toki clan.
  732. After that, the family was continued as Nariuji HOSOKAWA, a son of Kazuuji, succeeded the headship of the family, but the territories including Sanuki was taken by Yoriyuki, the son of Yoriharu, and the family became subordinate to the Keicho family after that.
  733. After that, the farmers and peasants used the office to band together against the company.
  734. After that, the five other members stood one by one with koro in their hands and promised to obey the imperial edict, following the prince.
  735. After that, the following Daizo-kyo were published continuously: 'KaiYuanSi Temple edition' of FuZhou (1112-1151), 'Shikei-ban edition (思渓版)' of Huzhou (1126-1132), 'Shaseki-ban edition (磧砂版)' carved in Suzhou City (1232-1305), and the 'Puning edition' of Hang Zhou (1277-1290).
  736. After that, the formularization of the sumptuous arrangement was established in the early stage of the late fourth century, which was displaying Kizai Haniwa such as lid-shaped Haniwa and peltate Haniwa around house-shaped Haniwa on the center of the mound top, and cylindrical Haniwa around them.
  737. After that, the headship was succeeded by Tadakata HOSOKAWA, who was a relative of Masataka and an ally of Takakuni.
  738. After that, the hotel was renovated and its name was changed to Hyatt Regency Kyoto, indicating a hotel belonging to Hyatt Hotels and Resorts.
  739. After that, the idea of creating a theater devoted to rakugo resurfaced, but in vain.
  740. After that, the imperial return to Kyoto was postponed.
  741. After that, the incident in which Masanori FUKUSHIMA and Kiyomasa KATO assaulted Mitsunari occurred, bringing to the surface confrontations between Budan-ha (a political faction that was willing to resort to military means to achieve its aims) of Masanori and others and Bunchi-ha (the civilian government group) of Mitsunari and others.
  742. After that, the initiative of Daigaku (University) establishment developed in Tokyo, and it was in 1897 when Kyoto Imperial University was established in Kyoto.
  743. After that, the issue of the unbroken Imperial line was connected with the issue of the emperor system, and it fueled disputes over them.
  744. After that, the kageyushi position was once abolished, but when it was introduced again (in 824), the geyujo system was changed considerably.
  745. After that, the king of Goryeo became almost a member of the Mongol Empire, having received a Mongol name and become a son-in-law of the Mongol imperial family of Kublai (kuregen or guregen) by marrying his daughter, and thus Goryeo became 'Mongol's son-in-law kingdom of Goryeo.'
  746. After that, the life of his son TAIRA no Nobumoto and nephew Tokitada was full of ups and downs such that they escaped to the west with the Taira family in the Jisho-Juei War; being defeated in the war, they were captured and exiled.
  747. After that, the main political powers in Japan stopped calling themselves Wa.
  748. After that, the marriage seemed to get relatively well.
  749. After that, the meat is washed with water (the surface of each awabi should be rubbed and cleared of dirt) and put into an iron pot filled with boiling water.
  750. After that, the medicine certification examination system was introduced in 1875, but Ine did not have qualification of candidacy for an examination because she was a woman, and she was obliged to closed her clinic in Tokyo and returned to her hometown, Nagasaki.
  751. After that, the momentum of miuchibito (private vassals of the Tokuso) including the family of Yoritsuna was diminished at one point, and Sadatoki started his tyranny.
  752. After that, the movement against the mining pollution became active in the area again.
  753. After that, the name of the Tachibana clan was not enlisted as Giseikan (Kugyo) for a while, but when Naramaro's granddaughter, TACHIBANA no Kachiko (the Empress Danrin) was ascended to the Empress of the Emperor Saga, the situation changed drastically.
  754. After that, the names were changed to Tokiwainomiya, Kyogokunomiya, and Katsuranomiya, they continued to exist until the twelfth head of the family, Katsuranomiya Imperial Princess Sumiko died in 1881.
  755. After that, the natsume of SEN no Rikyu style was started to be used among chajin of Rikyu school, and it became popular as a tea utensil in the Edo Period.
  756. After that, the parties were convened and were made to argue directly with each other before the hikitsukeshu.
  757. After that, the performance of danjiri-bayashi has got popular gradually.
  758. After that, the plate should be washed, heated again to remove water, then well-greased with oil such as salad oil.
  759. After that, the prefecture started taking an appeasement policy to the residents of the prefecture, especially to the ruling class.
  760. After that, the presence of Seibu-Kodo Hall, what Zappa called the most beautiful and crazy hall in the World, was spread to famous musicians by word of mouth.
  761. After that, the program was performed all over the country and all over the world and it was also performed in the World Theater Festival in Yokohama in 2006.
  762. After that, the promotion of Otsugu was left behind that of Fuyutsugu and Otsugu often offered his resignation due to his discouragement and sickness, however, his resignation was not permitted.
  763. After that, the regency in which the Hojo clan, the head of gokenin (immediate vassals of the shogunate in the Kamakura and Muromachi through Edo periods), practically controlled the bakufu politics was established.
  764. After that, the relationships of 'goon and hoko' continued functioning as a base for establishing the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), and were inherited by the later Muromachi bakufu and Edo bakufu as well.
  765. After that, the remained site was called "furutsu (meaning an old port)," but the original name Otsu was restored right after the moving of the capital to Heian-kyo by the imperial decree issued (on December 8, 794) by Emperor Kanmu (great-grandson of Emperor Tenchi.)
  766. After that, the representative Kyudo-ka (those who practice Kyudo) at that time, established Kyudo-shaho Hassetsu (eight arts of shooting an arrow), where the process of shooting was explained divided into eight sections in each proceeding, and Kyudo was revived as a modern martial art.
  767. After that, the restoration of the honzon and the Buddhist temple was conducted by Eison, a monk from Saidai-ji Temple (in Nara City).
  768. After that, the retired Emperor Shirakawa made visits to Kumano nine times in total.
  769. After that, the roasted roe is served thinly sliced.
  770. After that, the roof of Seibu-Kodo Hall had been repainted several times, but the tree stars of Orion's Belt can still be seen.
  771. After that, the sect kept its own unique manner, and was designated as an Imperial mausoleum, Koge-ji temple (general name for temples where ihai or ancestral tablets are enshrined) and relations with the Imperial House was deepened.
  772. After that, the seishi and fukushi to head the Envoy Ships Dispatched to Ming China were selected from the priests of gozan (Zen temples highly ranked by the government) of the Rinzai sect.
  773. After that, the situation of the war got better and worse, but in June, 1536, the Hosokawa army launched an all-out attack and the Hongan-ji Temple side was as ruined as written as 'Hongan-ji Temple was destroyed' in the diary of Emperor Gonara.
  774. After that, the soup that used soy sauce and mirin (or sake with high sugar content) became popular.
  775. After that, the state of the war was stalled.
  776. After that, the statue was abandoned, but construction was started again for some reason and the statue was completed by different sculptor.
  777. After that, the successive family heads provided protection for the temples of this sect, and also forced temples of the other sects to convert where they advanced.
  778. After that, the support group for the Totsuka Yacht School bought the copyrights and the movie was made into video tape and DVD for sale in September 2005.
  779. After that, the sword was handed over to Kyoshin, steward, KUMANO, MINAMOTO no Tameyoshi's son-in-law; however, he thought that; "I should not own a sword of successive generations of Genji" and thus handed it over to Gongen who had the mother of Genji.
  780. After that, the sword was renamed again and again.
  781. After that, the team kept the possibility of automatic promotion to J1 until the final game, but eventually finished third.
  782. After that, the team of the Kumano Kinenkan Museum reported that there had been no resident in the house, and in 2002 when Ue visited it, there was only the remains of the house.
  783. After that, the tenso who served the Chiten no kimi directly conveyed the messages to the shogun Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA who was his superior, and the intention of Yoshimitsu or the bakufu officials including bugyo (magistrate) was in return relayed to Chiten no kimi or the Emperor through the tenso.
  784. After that, the term "Yoshino-cho period" was used for school textbooks.
  785. After that, the three rituals that are unique to the jotoshiki are performed: the rope-pulling ritual (the raising of the ridgepole onto the rooftop); the mallet-striking ritual (the ridgepole is pounded into place); and the offerings-scattering ritual (mochi and coins are tossed to those below).
  786. After that, the title 'Tenno' had come to be used commonly, and concerning 'Koshitsu/Oshitsu' and 'Kotaishi/Oseishi,' they were used equivalently.
  787. After that, the title of Tenno was used in Korea during the period of Japanese rule.
  788. After that, the vaccine was sent from Naomasa NABESHIMA, the lord of the Saga Domain, to Saga Domain doctors in Edo (Tokyo) and Teisai HINO in Kyoto.
  789. After that, the village of the elderly couple, who had driven her out, became a ruin.
  790. After that, the villagers moved to the neighboring Fujioka-cho, the area of present Itakura-machi in Gunma Prefecture, other towns and villages in Shimotsuga County, Koga-cho (present Koga City), Nasu County, and Saroma-cho in Tokoro County in Hokkaido.
  791. After that, the woman never appeared again.
  792. After that, the woman started to appear at the residence of the Kajuji as well.
  793. After that, the works "Haru no yoru" (a spring night), "Hira," "Mushi no Musashino" (Insects in Musashino) and so on by Michio MIYAGI were used in new Japanese music and often used also by modern composers.
  794. After that, their castle was immediately surrounded by Oda's army and Yoshiaki surrendered.
  795. After that, their services were gradually expanded and opened to traffic up to Fukuchiyama-Minamiguchi Station (near Horiuchida-cho) in 1899.
  796. After that, there are 26 towns through a transition as follows.
  797. After that, there was no battle in Iga area.
  798. After that, there was the opening of the Osaka Shochiku-za Theater in Osaka, which was remodeled from a movie theater, and the Hakata-za Theater in Fukuoka, so Kabuki performances became more prosperous.
  799. After that, there were exchange matches with kishi of Nihon Ki-in, and also a return movement to Nihon Ki-in, however, he remained in Keiin-sha.
  800. After that, they are said to have continued correspondence (questions and answers on Manyoshu [Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves]).
  801. After that, they began to get together on every first Saturday of the month, and it continued until April 1910.
  802. After that, they began to use buses to do Oshidashi (the victims and the followers went to Tokyo, demonstrated and made petition to the authorities).
  803. After that, they bring the fire of bamboo poles into the boats for purification.
  804. After that, they continued to exhaust themselves by out-discounting their comeptition for two years.
  805. After that, they defeated the West squad in Oyama on the way to the North Kanto.
  806. After that, they established the base at Hitoyoshi, and they faced the Government army from their base, but they were hopelessly outnumbered, and were pushed back by the Government army little by little, and then Hitoyoshi also fell into danger.
  807. After that, they go to the backside and extinguish the fire in a cistern and go down Noboriro on which they went up.
  808. After that, they have been announcing themselves as the Takeda School of Horseback Archery and operating in Kamakura City.
  809. After that, they modified the Natsushima draft, and wrote a final draft in April, 1888.
  810. After that, they moved to the poetry circle of Gotobain and the group of Mikohidari family including Yoshitsune played a central role.
  811. After that, they spent the night with common people reading poems by Hakurakuten (or Bai Letian, he defended Buddhism, even though he was cultivated with Confucianism) and priests who read "Hokekyo," after which they were dispersed in the morning of the next day, the 16th day of the month.
  812. After that, they were asked to work for the new government, and were appointed to high-ranking positions.
  813. After that, they were never heard from again.
  814. After that, they were reconciled with Kondo, thanks to Katamori's mediation, however, Kazurayama committed seppuku (suicide by disembowelment).
  815. After that, they were worshiped by merchants, and spread to various places in Japan.
  816. After that, they would both simultaneously put their hands in boiling water, take out a stone, and then place it on the Shinto altar in order to ask the shrine's gods for consideration.
  817. After that, this program became a necessity for show enterprise at new year.
  818. After that, though the monopoly of the koji malt by Kitano koji za was permitted again in 1545 due to the catch up by Kitano koji za, it was too late, as the Muromachi bakufu had fallen from power, and the production of koji malt had become integrated into the sakaya industry.
  819. After that, through an age of food shortage after the Second World War, raw eggs had been precious before the high economic growth period, and often used as a nutritional support for sick or weak people.
  820. After that, to suppress the rebellions by local lords that frequently occurred between 1479 and 1481, he left the capital and headed for his territory in San-in region.
  821. After that, together with the eldest son, Tojuro SAKATA, the fourth, he was actively engaged in movies and TV and, in particular in cinemas, Ganjiro played an important role centering on Daiei Co., Ltd. for approximately ten years.
  822. After that, too, successive seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians"), such as Iemitsu TOKUGAWA, were appointed.
  823. After that, too, the market continued to expand and in 2008 the market share of canned coffee exceeded 30% in the whole soft drink market in Japan.
  824. After that, turn the straps of the back cloth to the front and tie them at the center of the above strap [a].
  825. After that, two buses of the Yawata Okubo Route, operating round-trip every weekday began operationgs under Tanabe Management Office.
  826. After that, two daughters of a wealthy man named Satayu who lived in Mabase City, Shibukawa District, Kawachi Province came down with a serious illness.
  827. After that, two educators who reformed the educational system were added to the above-mentioned four educators so that the great educators totaled six.
  828. After that, two months later, in June 1585, the command to collect swords was announced to Kishu sokoku and Koyasan.
  829. After that, two officers, an Ometsuke officer and a Kanjo-bugyo officer assumed the post additionally.
  830. After that, until the Edo period, the Kyoogokoku-ji Temple had played a role as the head temple of the Shingon sect, and during the Meiji period, various schools of the Kogi Shingon sect and the Shingi (new) Shingon sect were integrated in accordance with the religious policy of the government.
  831. After that, until the Edo period, the paper called "chirigami" (coarse toilet paper) came to be used and is also used now.
  832. After that, until the Muromachi period when kokushi was virtually extinct, the yonin of kokushi did not stop and became ordinary practice.
  833. After that, until the end of the Pacific War, while various taxes such as a brewing tax, a commodity tax, and a tax on the total shipment were imposed on sake, wine had no imposed liquor tax except the license fee for brewing.
  834. After that, warlords including Tadayo OKUBO stayed in Komoro-jo Castle and repeated skirmishes against Sanada's army, but in December, a senior fudai (a daimyo in hereditary vassal to the Tokugawa family) Kazumasa ISHIKAWA ran away to the Toyotomi family, leading to a complete retreat.
  835. After that, when Hidemasa HORI came into Fuchu-jo Castle as an envoy, Toshiie followed his advice to surrender, and became the vanguard of the attack on Katsuie SHIBATA who held Fukui-jo Castle (Fukui City).
  836. After that, when Hisahide MATSUNAGA, a chief retainer of Nagayoshi MIYOSHI, advanced on Yamato Province, Ieyoshi turned to Hisahide MATSUNAGA and played an active role to capture Yamato.
  837. After that, when MINAMOTO no Yoritomo started a rebellion in Izu Province, Tadatsuna retuned to his territory and fought against Yoritomo.
  838. After that, when Miyoshi Triumvirate and Hisahide MATSUNAGA got onto bad terms, Miyoshi Triumvirate backed up him to be the family head as their puppet, and so he fought against Hisahide.
  839. After that, when Nobutomo AKIYAMA attacked Iwamura-jo Castle on December 28, 1572, she fell in serious straits without reinforcements.
  840. After that, when Takauji, who had escaped to Kyushu, raised his army again and advanced toward Kyoto, Takeshige fought against the Ashikaga army in various places such as Hyogo, but was defeated and captured by the Ashikaga side.
  841. After that, when Tenyu heard the reputation about private school Shikan-do founded by one of the best four of Shiran-do, Sokichi HASHIMOTO, he became a pupil of Sokichi HASHIMOTO.
  842. After that, when Yukinari tried to marry off another daughter to Nagaie, Michinaga refused her, and when Michinaga tried to match his son with Sanesuke's daughter, FUJIWARA no Chifuru, his son, Nagaie, refused her, and as a result neither of the two marriages happened.
  843. After that, when a conflict between the Bunchi-ha (non-military party) consisted of the lord Yoshitaka, Taketo SAGARA and others and the Budan-ha (a political faction that is willing to resort to military means to achieve its aims) consisted of Harukata SUE and others became serious, Takatoyo struggled to serve as go-between in order to avoid a riot of both parties.
  844. After that, when her younger brother Emperor Godaigo was enthroned in 1318, she was given Sakuryu (Imperial investiture) as the Kogo, or the Empress (actually, a Sonsho Kogo, an Empress not being a wife of an Emperor) in March 1319.
  845. After that, when the Emperor encouraged Michinaga to promote Michito, Michinaga pointed out that Seishi's guardian was in fact Tameto and that Michito just happened to stand in for him.
  846. After that, when the Mikawa Ikko Ikki (an uprising of Ikko sect followers in Mikawa Province) broke out, the Kira clan took part in the uprising riot, and again fought against Ieyasu.
  847. After that, when the karaoke box emerged and students were targeted, the music source range included popular songs, hit songs, and Western music.
  848. After that, when the time to make a yearly payment based on the profit arrived, the forest operation side was pestered to make their payment.
  849. After that, while 'Edo tsuma' became an origin of 'Tomesode' (formal dress patterned only below the waistline worn by a married woman), 'Shimabara tsuma' prevailed only in the Kyoto and Osaka areas and finally diminished.
  850. After that, while Fukuchi became an adviser of Yamato Shinbun (newspaper company) of Saigiku JONO and continued critical activity, he had gradually devoted himself to Engeki kairyo undo (theatrical performance improvement movement) and establishment of theaters where it would be played.
  851. After that, while Kozui OTANI was travelling in China Nirakuso was sold to Fusanosuke KUHARA, a rich man from Osaka living in a luxury house in Sumiyoshi Village (Hyogo Prefecture) whom Kozui had known.
  852. After that, while his younger brother was appointed as Junii Gon Dainagon (Junior Second Rank, Provisional Chief Councilor of State), it was in 1240 that Kinmoto was able to become Junii, and it was in 1241 that Kinmoto was able to become Gon Dainagon.
  853. After that, widths of narrow roads were widened, and bypasses developed, that improved vehicle-running conditions.
  854. After that, with Ieyasu, he was engaged in enactment of laws including the Buke Shohatto (Code for the warrior households) and Kinchu narabini Kuge Shohatto (Code for Emperor and Court nobles).
  855. After that, with the Tokyo Olympic Games, the Osaka Expo, and other large events, improvement of Shinkansen (bullet trains) lines and urban expressways began, resulting in today's 14,000km-expressway network and advanced Shinkansen lines.
  856. After that, with the appointment of Yoritsune KUJO, his elder sister's grandchild, as the next shogun, Sanemasa remained in Kamakura to assist him.
  857. After that, with the discovery of "Keihoku Handen zu" (the map of Keihoku Jori area), it turned out that the present place was Mausoleum of Empress Jingu; Gozashi-kofun Tomb was authorized as her mausoleum in 1863.
  858. After that, with the expansion of power, he constructed and moved to Furuwatari-jo Castle (Naka Ward, Nagoya City) in 1539 and Suemori-jo Castle (Chikusa Ward, Nagoya City) in 1548.
  859. After that, with the timetable revision in 1960, it came to its present form as a section express, being integrated with the types of local trains that until then went nonstop between Kyobashi Station and Moriguchi Station.
  860. After that, within 15 minutes set as the memorizing time, the players memorize the location of 50 cards on their own territories and on the opponent's territories, after that the game starts.
  861. After that, wooden types (including Kana characters) started being produced in Japan, and Japanese and Chinese books were published in a wide range of subjects.
  862. After that, working as a close aide to Josaimonin, an elder sister of Emperor Goshirakawa, and to Kenshunmonin, the empress.
  863. After that, yarn-dyed Kataorimono (hard woven) with green warp and yellow weft and the pattern, which was just the same shape and size as the Korozen no goho was used.
  864. After that, yobidashiren (sumo ushers who call the names of wrestlers, sweep a dohyo, and so on) walk around the dohyo three times while beating a drum as a purification ceremony before the finish of the rite.
  865. After thatTomoari continued collection and investigation in Kii Peninsula centering around the land of his own domain, and made a lot of achievement.
  866. After the "Joijorei" was enacted, the rank was divided into sixteen grades from Shoichii to Juhachii. (including "Joijorei")
  867. After the 'February 26th Incident', when Hiroichiro ISHIHARA asked him to 'request SAIONJI the recommendation' of Duke KONOE, as 'there is no other person except for him,' he transferred this message to SAIONJI, and played an important role in issuing an Imperial command to appoint Fumimaro KONOE.
  868. After the 'Makibashira' (The Cypress Pillar) chapter, it mentions a chapter called 'Sakura hito' that does not appear in the present Tale of Genji.
  869. After the 'The Teikoku Shinbun' failed and Reiichiro moved to Tokyo, Munizo moved to Okubo, Tokyo (Shinjuku Ward) after awhile.
  870. After the 'Unfaithful Retainer'
  871. After the 'irosashi,' there is another step called 'mushi' (literally 'steaming').
  872. After the 'success' in tracking down and killing Yoshichika the Cloistered Emperor Shirakawa supported Masamori and promoted him to have him compete with Genji.
  873. After the 10th century when the Ritsuryo system became loosened, Yusocho came to loose substance gradually.
  874. After the 10th century when the ritsuryo system collapsed, the provisions of the Soniryo increasingly became nominal.
  875. After the 11th article, the writer explained each content of the different thoughts and the reason he judged that they were different and wrong.
  876. After the 12th century, Urashima Monogatari appeared in books about waka poetry such as "Toshiyori Zuino" (Toshiyori's Poetic Essentials), "Ogisho," and "Waka domosho" (a waka handbook for beginners), and they were written in kana (the Japanese syllabaries), being widely read among nobles in the imperial court.
  877. After the 12th century, it often meant a particular Palace where emperor stays within the Imperial Palace as 'Daidairi,' but after the 14th century, the whole Imperial Palace was called 'Daidairi' and the usage of this expression became common.
  878. After the 12th century, which saw its heyday, the practice of copying and burying Buddhist scriptures temporarily lost momentum until Kaikoku-hijiri (literally, "country-traveling saint") appeared in the middle ages, who traveled across the country and encouraged people to perform the practice.
  879. After the 13th century, the currency value that silk or cloth had had was driven away by coins and nengu (land tax) was also gradually paid in coins.
  880. After the 13th century, throughout the Kamakura period, the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan) and the Muromachi Period, the distribution range of the Yamato race was set back in expansion, only settling in Oshima Peninsula in Hokkaido (refer to Watari-to).
  881. After the 15th excavation carried out in 1977, the primary body of the researches was handed over from the Archeological Institute of Kashihara to the Sakurai City Board of Education to succeed and continue the researches, and excavations still continue today.
  882. After the 1881 death of Toratoshi at the age of 41, who had moved to Nara after the Meiji Restoration, Toraichi, the 23rd inherited the family, but he left the Nohgaku circles after only two years.
  883. After the 1930s it was associated with an idea of 'Self-sufficiency and Self-defence' in Japan.
  884. After the 1947 promulgation of the Constitution of Japan, the Cabinet Law (Act no. 5 of 1947) was enacted, which led to the Naikaku-kansei being abolished.
  885. After the 1950s when logging was carried out on a large scale, sidings were laid out in Akazaki-nishidani (Akazaki west ravine) up to Akazaki-higashidani (Akazaki east ravine) and were used for carrying out the lumber.
  886. After the 1968 establishment of the former Kyoto Seika University until 1989, when the Kyoto Seikadaimae Station opened, the station served as the nearest station from the university, and many rental apartments for students were built along the road (currently Prefectural Route 106) between the station and the university.
  887. After the 1970s
  888. After the 1980s, the facility became increasingly degraded, and no operation beyond Haino came to be conducted.
  889. After the 1990s the NDL started to expand its digital library functions, primarily via websites on the Internet, in response to developments in telecommunications.
  890. After the 1990s, Akira IMATANI published "Nobunaga and the Emperor" in which Emperor Ogimachi was described as the strongest rival of Nobunaga.
  891. After the 1990s, the development of rice for sake brewing and yeasts which utilized the characteristics of each place were promoted.
  892. After the 2009 academic year all students were relocated to Imadegawa Campus.
  893. After the 21st century began, an argument from a new point of view has been developed.
  894. After the 321 series, cars were introduced, 201 series cars were shifted to the Morinomiya Train Yard of the Osaka Loop Line and the Nara Train Yard of the Kansai Main Line (Yamatoji Line), and 205 series cars were shifted to Hineno Train Yard of the Hanwa Line.
  895. After the 700th day of walking, an indoor ritual is performed.
  896. After the AZAI clan was destroyed in October 1573, Hideyoshi, who was given control of Azai County and Sakata County, built Nagahama-jo Castle in Omi Province as his base.
  897. After the Agricultural Society Law was established in 1899, National Agricultural Association began to position themselves as a central organization of agricultural association system, changed its name to Empire Agricultural Association in 1907, and realized the legislation in 1910.
  898. After the Aizu domain surrendered on November 6, SAITO continued to fight, but eventually, an envoy sent from Katamori persuaded him to surrender to the new government army.
  899. After the Ako-jo Castle surrendered, Kanroku climbed Mt. Koya with Tozaemon HAYAMI and erected a monument of Asano Takumi no Kami.
  900. After the Ako-jo Castle's surrender, Nobukiyo lived in Nara City and Kyoto City with Nobutoyo, his older brother, but then disowned Nobutoyo because the brother withdrew from the alliance as he had failed to show enough allegiance when Oishi returned his written oath to judge his loyalty.
  901. After the Amago clan collapesed, the army for restoring the Amago clan headed by those including Yukimori YAMANAKA began to operate actively in Izumo Province.
  902. After the Anna Incident that occurred in March 969, she separated from Takaakira.
  903. After the Anna Incident, FUJIWARA no Kanemichi and his brother FUJIWARA no Kaneie, the sons of FUJIWARA no Morosuke, a maternal relative of both Emperors Reizei and Enyu, competed for the posts of regent and chancellor, and each tried to prevent the other's promotion.
  904. After the Ansei Great Earthquake, in the tenth month in the old calendar of 1855, Kashima-jingu Shrine's paper charm with a picture of the gigantic catfish became very popular, spreading the spirit rock to the people in Edo.
  905. After the Anti-Prostitution Law was enforced
  906. After the Arrow War, however, a lot of issues were raised as Europeans and North Americans started to create colonies and concessions and go inland for trading or missionary work of Christianity in China.
  907. After the Arrow War, various foreign nations felt frustrated with the falling social status of Zongli Yamen, which had become burdened with the diplomacy that the Qing dynasty placed great importance on, and as a result Zongli Yamen was abolished and replaced with the Foreign Office.
  908. After the Asai clan fell, Sadayuki joined the Oda clan with his son, Sadahiro ATSUJI, to lead the way to attack the Asakura clan.
  909. After the Asai clan turned against the Oda clan, he conquered the southern Omi along with Katsuie SHIBATA.
  910. After the Ashidakanosei law was enacted in the Kyoho reforms, this post was the highest one that could be reached by lower-class officers of the bakufu, and it was rare that such an officer was promoted above this post.
  911. After the Ashikagaji was closed in about 800 due to an eruption of Mt. Fuji, the "Hakone-ji" was developed and called "Tokaido Yagurazawa Okan."
  912. After the Ashio Riot, Tochigi Prefectural Police Department promoted Ashio Branch Police Station to Ashio Police Station.
  913. After the Assumption of Secretary of Interior
  914. After the August 18 Coup of the same year, Tamaki went undercover in the Kyoto and Osaka areas to observe the situation.
  915. After the Azai clan was overthrown by Nobunaga ODA, he served Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI and became an apprentice learning under Eitoku KANO, a famous painter of that time.
  916. After the Azuchi-Momoyama period, a lacquer lanchbox that can still be found Today was introduced.
  917. After the Battle
  918. After the Battle of Anegawa, Saburo Sadamichi OKUMURA's master, the Asai family, collapsed, and he became a ronin (masterless samurai).
  919. After the Battle of Dan no ura in 1185, he was in charge of execution of TAIRA no Munemori who was the commander of the TAIRA family and was captured in the battle, and reported it and Shigehira's last to Yoritomo in Kamakura.
  920. After the Battle of Dan no ura, Tokitada was exiled to the Noto Province and died there, but the descendants of his brother TAIRA no Chikamune (the Karahashi family) and those of his uncle TAIRA no Nobunori (the Nishinotoin family, the Agoin family and the Karasumaru family) survived as court nobles through the Kamakura period.
  921. After the Battle of Hakusukinoe a castle surrounded by water was built, and Noroshi and Sakimori (the conscript soldier system in the old days) were organized to protect the territory.
  922. After the Battle of Ichinotani, MINAMOTO no Noriyori and the main body of the Kamakura warriors had returned to the East, but on September 21, in the midst of this rebellion, Noriyori again left Kamakura and, on October 22, headed from Kyoto for Saikai (the provinces on the western seacoast) to search out and kill the Taira clan.
  923. After the Battle of Ichinotani, Yoshitsune was appointed as Kebiishi (an imperial police officer) by the court without Yoritomo's permission on September 19, 1184.
  924. After the Battle of Ishibashiyama, he took the side of the Minamoto clan in the battles that followed.
  925. After the Battle of Kizakibaru, the Shimazu clan defeated the Ito clan, won a sweeping victory in the Battle of Mimi-kawa against Sorin OTOMO and completed unification of three countries, Satsuma, Osumi and Hyuga, and began battles to unify the whole of Kyushu.
  926. After the Battle of Koshu-Katsunuma, he parted his ways with Hijikata, but they reunited in Aizu.
  927. After the Battle of Koshu-Katsunuma, he went to Aizu with Hajime SAITO to serve as a role of Kagoyaku (the role of palanquin).
  928. After the Battle of Nagashino, Ieyasu heard a heartbreaking story from his adopted son-in-law Nobumasa that hostages were sacrificed during his time serving the Takeda clan.
  929. After the Battle of Nagashino, when Takeda was barred from Mikawa, the Oda forces having Nobunaga's heir Nobutada who had Nobunaga's order, as the supreme commander, took control of Iwamura-jo Castle in Higashi Mino Province and Katsuyori lost Nobutomo AKIYAMA, the general of the guards of the castle.
  930. After the Battle of Okehazama in May 1560, Tadatsugu was singled out as a senior retainer by Ieyasu who became independent of the Imagawa Clan.
  931. After the Battle of Okehazama, Ieyasu became independent from the Imagawa family and allied with the Oda family, gave the family name Matsudaira to the three sons of Toshikatsu HISAMATSU and Odai, made them his retainers, and welcomed Odai as his mother.
  932. After the Battle of Okehazama, the Imagawa clan rapidly declined.
  933. After the Battle of Sekigahara
  934. After the Battle of Sekigahara ended, he was invited to become a koshogumi (page corps) in January 1601 as his father Masatsugu was given an extra allowance of 10,000 koku, and he was also given a territory of 1,000 koku in Bicchu Province.
  935. After the Battle of Sekigahara he was given a fief of 180,000 koku of rice in Tsuyama for his distinguished military services, and became the first lord of Tsuyama Domain.
  936. After the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA moved Sadataka's territory to Yamato Koizumi with 10,000 koku crop yields.
  937. After the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600, he came to govern properties yielding 16,000 koku (approximately 2,886.24 cubic meters of crop yields) as a result of taking over properties yielding 4,000 koku (approximately 721.56 cubic meters of crop yields) and 2,000 koku (approximately 360.78 cubic meters of crop yields) from Kazuharu and Motoharu, respectively.
  938. After the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600, he played a role, representing the Shimazu clan, of negotiating with Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  939. After the Battle of Sekigahara in 1601, his foster father, Nobukazu received Tsuchiura Castle of forty thousands Goku crop yields which was the branch castle of Echizen Province, when Hideyasu YUKI was transferred to Echizen Province.
  940. After the Battle of Sekigahara through the Edo period, a total of 248 families consisting of 127 Tozama Daimyo families and 121 Shinpan and Fudai Daimyo families were subject to kaieki.
  941. After the Battle of Sekigahara, Emperor Goyozei forced Imperial Prince Nagahito to abdicate from the throne to allow him to became a priest at Ninna-ji Temple, he then appointed the third Prince, Imperial Prince Kotohito to succeed to the throne.
  942. After the Battle of Sekigahara, Hidehisa was granted a honorary position of attendant of Hidetada Tokugawa.
  943. After the Battle of Sekigahara, Katsutada entered the Kuwana-jo Castle as an advance party in 1601 when Tadakatsu changed the territory to Kuwana.
  944. After the Battle of Sekigahara, Nagamasa was awarded the territory of Chikuzen Najima (Fukuoka) with 523,000 koku in recognition of the top deed of valor by Ieyasu.
  945. After the Battle of Sekigahara, Nagataka ODA, the first son of Nagamasu ODA, became a daimyo of Nomura Domain, Mino Province with a fief of 10,000 koku, but his son Naganori ODA was deprived of his fief because he had no children.
  946. After the Battle of Sekigahara, Takatomo KYOGOKU was awarded the title of Tango no Kami, whereby all of Tango Province (a domain of 123,000 koku) and Tango Province became the territory of the land-owning daimyo, the Kyogoku clan.
  947. After the Battle of Sekigahara, Takatomo KYOGOKU was transferred from the Iida clan, Shinano Province.
  948. After the Battle of Sekigahara, a scheme of Masamune was exposed that he secretly ordered Munenao SHROISHI to support Tadachika WAGA for instigating ikki (uprising of peasant) in the territory of Nanbu clan (The uprising troops were defeated in April, 1601).
  949. After the Battle of Sekigahara, he played a role of negotiating with Ieyasu and worked hard for Honryo-ando (acknowledgment for inherited estate) of the Shimazu family.
  950. After the Battle of Sekigahara, he was given 1,000 koku as an allowance for the old-age.
  951. After the Battle of Sekigahara, he was given chigyo (enfeoffment) of 3000 koku and became the lord of Kaneyama-jo (Yuki-jo) Castle, but after the death of Harunobu ARIMA, the crackdown on Christian got severe, and he was missing from the history after 1613.
  952. After the Battle of Sekigahara, he was granted territory of a crop yield of fifteen thousand koku in the Nishikata Domain, Shimotsuke Province.
  953. After the Battle of Sekigahara, he was in charge of the maitenace of security in Kyoto as the guard of of Hioka no Seki (Hioka checking station) in Yamashiro Province.
  954. After the Battle of Sekigahara, she confronted Ieyasu who started to construct a military government in Edo, and refused his requirement for Hideyori to show his vassalage and go to the capital, Kyoto City.
  955. After the Battle of Sekigahara, she was given 1,761 koku of territory from the fourth son of Ieyasu, Tadayoshi MATSUDAIRA who became the head of Kishu Castle in Owari Province.
  956. After the Battle of Sekigahara, the Hosokawa family was transferred to Buzen Province in Kyushu, and in place Takatomo KYOGOKU entered Tanabe-jo Castle with 123 thousand koku to govern Tango Province.
  957. After the Battle of Sekigahara, the main branch of the family fell and became extinct, and the branch family lineage survived as tozama daimyo (nonhereditary feudal lord), koke, hatamoto, or chief retainer of Owari Domain and Akashi Domain in the Edo period.
  958. After the Battle of Sekigahara, tozama daimyos (non-hereditary feudal lords), who were transferred to other domains with substantial additional properties, built one castle after another and also reconstructed many preexisting castles.
  959. After the Battle of Sekigahara, when Nagamasa came home and proudly said, 'Esquire Ieyasu took my right hand and praised my work,' Josui said to his son, 'What was your left hand doing then (Why didn't you kill Ieyasu with the other hand)?'
  960. After the Battle of Sekigahara, when Tadaoki HOSOKAWA gave awards, one of his vassals received gusoku (armor).
  961. After the Battle of Sekigahara, when the territory of the Hosokawa family was changed to Buzen Province, they passed through the territory of Yamaga.
  962. After the Battle of Shizugatake in the next year, he was granted chigyo (enfeoffment) of 32 thousand koku and also appointed to Kyoto shoshidai (The Kyoto deputy).
  963. After the Battle of Toba and Fushimi in 1868, the domain was divided over whether to rebel against or follow the new government and Tadazane could not unify the domain's opinion.
  964. After the Battle of Toba-Fushimi and the Battle of Koshu-Katsunuma, he joined the Seiheitai brigade lead by Shinpachi NAGAKURA and Sanosuke HARADA, and fought in various fields including the northern Kanto region and Aizu Domain, however, he was killed in the fight against the soldiers of Kurume Domain on the Mito-kaido Road.
  965. After the Battle of Toba-Fushimi, he remained in Edo (present Tokyo) to plead with the restoration government to understand the situation of Katamori returning to Edo and Aizu, but he was imprisoned by the new government army.
  966. After the Battle of Ueno, Murata led the second platoon to support the Tosando force, and on July 15, he participated in the battle to recapture Shirakawa (in charge of Tanakuraguchi) and the battle of Nihonmatsu, and then the siege of Aizu Wakamatsu-jo Castle.
  967. After the Battle of Yamasaki, Hideyoshi attempted to have a temple built at Mt. Funaoka, which was north of Kyoto, in order to mourn the passing of Nobunaga, and was given a jigo (literally, "temple name," which is the title given to a Buddhist temple) of the Tensho-ji Temple from the Imperial Court.
  968. After the Battle of Yamazaki in 1582, he was appointed to as lord of Fukuchiyama-jo Castle in the Tanba Province by Hideyoshi.
  969. After the Battle of Yamazaki, following the withdrawal of Akechi's army led by Hidemitsu AKECHI from Azuchi-jo Castle, castle tower and surrounding structures (mainly Honmaru) were burnt down.
  970. After the Battle of Yashima, skirmishes continued to occur in the Seto Inland Sea and the battle front went back and forth.
  971. After the Battle of the Sekigahara the Ukita family's status and territory were taken as a punishment, and Hideie fled to Mt. Ibuki, before he disguised himself and escaped with the help of Yoshihiro SHIMAZU of Satsuma Province, and then was sheltered in Ushinego (present Tarumi City, Kagoshima Prefecture).
  972. After the Battle, he underwent Kaieki (sudden dismissal and deprivation of position, privileges and properties), and relied on the Toyotomi family and lived under the family's protection in Osaka.
  973. After the Battle, such military achievements won him the first lordship of Usuki Domain as the lord of Usuki Castle with over 50,060 koku, which had its territories in Yawata Domain with 40,000 koku in Mino Province, Ama-gun, Bungo Province (Bungo Province), Ono-gun (Oita Prefecture) and three counties in Oita-gun.
  974. After the Battle, the villagers of Sekine-mura, a village at the foot of the mountain (present Koaza Sekine, Oaza Yamada, Yaita City, Tochigi Prefecture), held a memorial service for Kikunomae and her lady attendants.
  975. After the Battles between the Minamoto clan and the Taira clan, MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, who was the Kamakura shogun and Torii zenni's nephew, rewarded Torii zenni for her contribution during the battles, and she became an immediate vassal of the Kamakura shogunate.
  976. After the Boshin War between the anti-Shogunate faction and the former Shogunate force, the New Meiji government came into existence.
  977. After the Boshin War broke out, he served as a close retainer of Toshizo HIJIKATA and went to Ezo with him.
  978. After the Boshin War, he filled posts of Minji Bugyo (Magistrate of civil affair) and Jito (manager and lord of manor) of Miyakonojo City, Hyuga Province and he participated in reformation of domain duties and performed great services in society controlling fuhei shizoku (former samurai with gripes).
  979. After the Boshin War, the new Meiji government subjected one family (Jozai clan) to kaieki and 22 families, such as the Aizu and Sendai clans, to genpo.
  980. After the Boxer Uprising, in particular, Russia maintained stationary troops in Manchuria to secure their rights and interests in that region.
  981. After the Bunei War, Morimune left the capital and went to Kyushu as Shugodai (deputy of a military governor) of Higo Province where his father, Yasumori assumed the position as Shugo (a provincial military governor) in 1276, to prepare for another invasion by Yuan (Dynasty).
  982. After the Bunei War, it was build up in preparation for the invasion of Yuan (dynasty) again.
  983. After the Bunka-Bunsei period, bijinga of a decadent style such as those drawn by Eisen KEISAI, which are of sadistic taste and represented perverse pathos, became popular.
  984. After the Bunkyu Coup, on June 16, 1864, he was appointed as sho-metsuke-yaku (minor inspector of lower servants) to do official business belonging to the imperial army, and at the same time he was ordered to serve for Imperial Prince Asahiko with a fee of 50 silver coins.
  985. After the Butsuden and Hatto were destroyed by fire in 1881, reconstruction work began in 1917 and was completed in 1934.
  986. After the Chinese tradition that diseases (malaria fever) can be avoided by eating sakubei on the day of the Tanabata festival, sakubei was taken to Tanabata events in the court during the Heian period.
  987. After the Choshu Domain was driven out of Kyoto in the Coup of August 18 for which the Aizu Domain and the Satsuma Domain worked together and fell from power in the Kinmon Incident, he became sanyo (councilor) (Council).
  988. After the Cloistered Emperor Shirakawa died, Emperor Toba started ruling his cloister government in 1129.
  989. After the Cloistered Emperor's death, Crown Prince Kuniyoshi informally asked the Kamakura bakufu to force Emperor Godaigo to abdicate.
  990. After the Conquest of Shikoku, he was granted a total of 350 koku of rice in Sanuki Province.
  991. After the Conspiracy of Yoshikazu HIKI in 1203, Yoriie was assassinated by the Hojo clan.
  992. After the Constitution of Japan was issued on October 14, 1947, 11 Miyake (families allowed to be in status of Imperial Family), 51 Imperial members were demoted from nobility to subject excluding three jikimiya (Imperial Family members who are directly related to the Emperor) (Emperor Taisho's Princes, Chichibunomiya, Takamatsunomiya, and Mikasanomiya).
  993. After the Constitution of Japan was issued, the former Imperial Family Law and the Imperial Family Regulations were abolished on May 2, 1947.
  994. After the Constitution of Japan went into effect, the separation of religion from politics was stipulated and there is no Shinkan at present.
  995. After the Coup of August 18, he moved to Choshu Domain and served as a guard for Sanetomi SANJO.
  996. After the Coup of August 18, the Kinnoto lost its momentum.
  997. After the Coup of the Third Year of Jisho, he served an additional post of Uhyoe no kami (Captain of the Right Division of Middle Palace Guards) replacing FUJIWARA no Mitsuyoshi, and he was promoted to Junii (Junior Second Rank) in 1181 and switched to Sahyoe no kami (Captain of the Left Division of Middle Palace Guards).
  998. After the Coup, Nariyuki NIJO was appointed to Kanpaku (Chief adviser to the Emperor), and he and Imperial Prince Kuninomiya Asahiko led the Imperial Court.
  999. After the Court rituals were institutionalized, both Emperor Meiji and Emperor Taisho were not so interested in them, and chamberlains usually worshipped on behalf of the Emperor.
  1000. After the Crown Prince, Emperor Gonijo died in 1308, the Emperor lost his authority as the father of the Crown Prince and he was not involved in politics until the enthronement of Emperor Godaigo.

15001 ~ 16000

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