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  1. In 1673, she was conferred Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  2. In 1673, the relocation was finally approved and it was moved to Choryang-dong Wakan.
  3. In 1674 he went to Kamakura to visit the graveyard of his paternal, biological grandmother (Yojuin) and to attend the thirty-second anniversary of the death of his paternal grandmother figure (Okatsu no Kata).
  4. In 1674, Ryoo built a Kyozo building at the Zuisho-ji Temple in Shiroganedai of Edo Shiba (present-day Minato Ward, Tokyo), there he stored a complete Daizo-kyo Sutra and also about five thousands volumes of Chinese books in the building.
  5. In 1674, he became a disciple of Kokai (monk), the head priest of Izumo-ji Temple on Mt. Goho (Monzeki of Bishamon-do Temple) and vowed to follow the religious precepts.
  6. In 1674, he became the adoptive heir of Sadanaga MATSUDAIRA, the lord of the Matsuyama Domain and went on to succeed him as lord of the Matsuyama Domain.
  7. In 1674, he exchanged poems with Kigin KITAMURA in Kyoto, and studied also Waka (Japanese poetry), tea ceremony, calligraphy, etc.
  8. In 1674, he was born as the eldest son of Nobuzumi OISHI (with an annual stipend of 450 Koku of crop yield), who was a vassal of the ASANO family of the Ako clan.
  9. In 1674, he was born in Kano, Mino Province.
  10. In 1674, he was given Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  11. In 1675, he became the heir of the Hachijo-no-miya Family according to the will of Imperial Prince Nagahito.
  12. In 1675, he sat with Matsuo Basho for the first time in Edo, retreated in Shinobazu-no-Ike Pond in Ueno, which was close to Basho's home in Shinsen, and Katsushoku Antaku, and exchanged with him mutually and intimately thereafter, not as a pupil but as a friend.
  13. In 1675, he went down to Edo and was involved in the work of the Kanda River (Tokyo), and then became a master in 1678 to become a professional haikai poet.
  14. In 1676 he was concurrently assigned to Sakone no daisho (Major Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards) and was promoted to Junii (Junior Second Rank) in the following year.
  15. In 1676, he asked for postponement of Sankinkotai (a system under which feudal lords in the Edo period were required to spend every other year in residence in Edo) due to flood damage in his domain.
  16. In 1676, he was appointed as Kyoto deputy and then awarded the rank of Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade, Chamberlain and appointed as Governor of Echizen Province.
  17. In 1676, he was appointed as the officer of Mizuguchi-jo Castle, Omi Province.
  18. In 1677, the Emperor sent an envoy to Edo to know what the Bakufu's intention was, but Ietsuna TOKUGAWA, then Seii Taishogun (literally "great general who subdues the barbarians") objected to this proposal, which had not been approved by the Cloistered Emperor and his legitimate consort Tofukumonin (Ietsuna's aunt).
  19. In 1678 during the Edo period, Tankai Risshi restored the temple and enshrined Kangiten (Ganesh).
  20. In 1678 the seminary was relocated to the Shoseien, an annex of Higashi Hongan-ji Temple, with the donation of building materials; subsequently, in 1755 it was increased in size, relocated to Takakura-dori Uontana (Gojo kudaru) and renamed "Takakura Gakuryo."
  21. In 1678 when Masako TOKUGAWA died, the taimen-jo (a meeting place where the relationship between master and servant is confirmed) and the tea room of her palace were moved and came to be used as a guest hall.
  22. In 1678, he assumed Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state) and jingu denso (an official in the Imperial Court whose duty was to convey wishes or petition from shrines to the Emperor).
  23. In 1678, he became a hoshi (successor of hoshu) of his eldest brother Jyonyo, changed his homyo to Ichinyo and his imina to Kokai again, and was assigned to the 16th hoshu in the following year.
  24. In 1678, he celebrated his genpuku (formal recognition of adulthood) at the age of 20 and changed his name to Gonnojo, and assisted goshomotsuyaku (official in charge of the domain lord's library) as osobayaku (attendant page).
  25. In 1678, he entered into the priesthood seven days after he was given the title of Imperial Prince by Imperial proclamation and his title became Cloistered Imperial Prince.
  26. In 1678, he shot to stardom by playing the role of Izaemon in "Yugiri Nagori no Shogatsu" (New Year's Remembrance of Yugiri).
  27. In 1678, he took a post of Ukone no daisho (Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) and in 1679, he took an additional post of Umaryo gogen (Inspector of the Right Division of Bureau of Horses).
  28. In 1679 he changed his "imina" to Mitsukuni (光圀) (when he was fifty-two years old).
  29. In 1679 he was conferred a peerage.
  30. In 1679 she got married with Tsunatoyo TOKUGAWA (later the sixth Shogun Ienobu).
  31. In 1679, Nobuyuki MATSUDAIRA was granted the domain of Yamatokoriyama with 80,000 koku (an unit of assessed crop yields of the land [1 koku: about 180 liter], which was also used to express the size of the land).
  32. In 1679, he assumed the position of the lord of the Sekiyado Domain.
  33. In 1679, he became naturalized in Japan through the permission of the Nagasaki bugyo (Nagasaki magistrate) and took the name Oga after his birthplace in Fujian Province.
  34. In 1679, he was conferred Jusanmi Konoe no chujo (Junior Third Rank, middle captain of the palace guards) and joined the realm of kugyo (high-rank Court nobles).
  35. In 1679, with Nobuyuki transferred to the Koriyama Domain, he moved in Yatayama, Yamato Province (the present Yamatokoriyama City, Nara Prefecture).
  36. In 1680 during the Edo period, Chion-in Temple's 38th head priest Manmu vowed to establish a Nenbutsu training hall on the site which was closely associated with Honen, and he and his disciple Nincho revived the structure into what was to become Honen-in Temple.
  37. In 1680 he became a Toka no sechie Naiben (a Kugyo who supervised the event of toka [ceremonial mass singing and stomp dancing] called Toka no sechie held at the Imperial Court on around the fifteenth day of the first month of the year, inside the Shomeimon Gate of the Kyoto Imperial Palace).
  38. In 1680 when Retired Emperor Gomizunoo died, the Imperial Princess entered the priesthood and identified herself as Shozan Genyo, and she changed the villa into the Rinkyu-ji Temple.
  39. In 1680, along with his coming-of-age ceremony, he was conferred a peerage.
  40. In 1680, he became the head of the HAYUKA Family after his father Suketoshi died.
  41. In 1680, he made a thatched hut in Fukagawa (Koto Ward).
  42. In 1680, he was appointed Shorokuinoge (Senior Sixth Rank, Lower Grade) Shurinodaijo (senior secretary responsible for repair), got promoted to Repair Ryoninkan, and in 1701, he became Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) Gyobu no taifu.
  43. In 1680, he was celebrated his coming of age and promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  44. In 1680, he was renamed Fuyutsune.
  45. In 1680, one of the Roju was assigned a job specialized in financial affairs as Katte-gakari (literally, kitchen-handling) Roju.
  46. In 1680, upon the passing of her father, Emperor Gomizuno, she was bequeathed 300 koku (approximately 83.4 cubic meters) according to his will.
  47. In 1681 Masakuni ABE took over the domain from the Iwatsuki domain of Musashi Province but was transferred to the Utsunomiya domain of Shimotsuke Province in 1697.
  48. In 1681 he was assigned to Gon Chunagon in Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) and promoted to Junii (Junior Second Rank) in 1685.
  49. In 1681, he looked after Tsunakuni MATSUDAIRA who was convicted of the Echigo sodo (in-house strife in Echigo Province).
  50. In 1681, he was adopted by the Shigenoi family.
  51. In 1681, he was ordered to found Gokoku-ji Temple as a prayer temple of Keishoin by Tsunayoshi.
  52. In 1681, she became the manager of Keiai-ji Temple and was permitted to wear purple (purple costume of high priest which requires permission), and was given the title of In as Kotoku-in in 1689.
  53. In 1682 he was appointed as head of the Shinto Section in the Tokugawa Shogunate.
  54. In 1682 the Imperial Prince Saishin, the first prince of Emperor Reigen, was assigned to the twenty-ninth Monzeki and Jiryo was increased to 1,012 goku, which strengthened its economic foundation.
  55. In 1682, he became jukan (an official under Confucianism) of the shogunate, and was jiko (a teacher) to Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA, who was the fifth generation Seii Taishogun/Barbarian Subduing General.
  56. In 1682, he was conferred the court rank of Nihon (the second court rank for an Imperial Prince).
  57. In 1682, the great fire of Tenwa, called "The fire by Yaoya Oshichi (greengrocer Oshichi)" occurred and Ryoo's book collection, which he had purchased and collected a total of 14,000 volumes, and those books were lost in the fire.
  58. In 1683 "Yotsugi Soga" (The Soga Successor), which tells the story following the Soga brothers' revenge, was performed in the Uji-za theater.
  59. In 1683 he was promoted to udaijin (minister of the right).
  60. In 1683 there was a ceremonial investiture of the crown prince, the Imperial Prince Asahito (later called Emperor Higashiyama), who was expected to ascend to the Imperial Throne; this brought back the title of Crown Prince, which had not been used for a long time.
  61. In 1683, Masatoshi HOTTA, the then Tairo (chief minister), invited him to seek advice, but he declined.
  62. In 1683, Ryoo donated money, 1,300 Ryo, to support the victims from the previous year's fire.
  63. In 1683, Yasumasa requested the bakufu to change his treatment from tozama to fudai because his family home was the Hotta clan, fudai daimyo, then he became 'a quasi fudai daimyo.'
  64. In 1683, as the prohibition of matsugo-yoshi (adopting a child as one's son on one's deathbed) was relaxed, the prohibition of junshi was included in the Laws Governing Military Households and junshi was prohibited officially.
  65. In 1683, drapers were limited to selling kosode (a kimono with short sleeves worn as underclothing by the upper classes) of up to 200 kan of silver and were banned from selling silk interwoven with gilt thread, nui (embroidery), and sokanoko (shibori [tie-dyeing]).
  66. In 1683, he served as Cyugushiki (Office of the Consort's Household) for Fusako TAKATSUKASA, the Empress of Emperor Reigen, and then in 1685, he served concurrently as Ukone no daisho (Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  67. In 1683, he transferred to the Niwase Domain.
  68. In 1684 he was promoted to Shonii (Senior Second Rank) and was assigned to kotaishi-moriyaku (a retainer of Imperial prince) in 1687.
  69. In 1684, Harumi SHIBUKAWA, from the Tenmongata shogunate, completed Jokyo reki, the first solar calendar developed by Japanese to replace Senmyo reki (Senmyo calendar) which had been in use for 823 years and the shogunate took the calendar regulatory rights away from the Tsuchimikado family.
  70. In 1684, Masatoshi HOTTA, Tairo (the highest post in the bakufu government to the person in the post) was slain with a sword in the Edo castle by Masayasu INABA, his cousin and a wakadoshiyori officer.
  71. In 1684, Ryoo completed the extension of the learning dormitory
  72. In 1684, Saneoki and Kintsura OGURA, father and son, successively died of illness in Sado, a sad enough circumstance to tempt Emperor Reigen to remit Kiken TAKEBUCHI and had him change the name to Hirosue OGURA, who was permitted to restore the Ogura family.
  73. In 1684, he assumed the additional post of Gon Dainagon (a Provisional Chief Councilor of State).
  74. In 1684, he became Gon Dainagon.
  75. In 1684, he became a chamberlain of Tsunatoyo TOKUGAWA (later Ienobu TOKUGAWA, the 6th shogun), who was the lord of the Kofu Domain at the time.
  76. In 1684, he passed away at the age of 79 after living a long life (some believe that he died in 1681).
  77. In 1684, he was appointed as Buketenso yaku and maintained the relationship between the Imperial Court and the shogunate through communication.
  78. In 1684, he was born to the Nishio clan in Fushimi, Yamashiro Province.
  79. In 1684, to tell Ryoo's achievement to future generations, the Kanei-ji Temple built a life-sized bronze statue of Ryoo in the temple.
  80. In 1685, Shigeyuki KUZE took over Kameyama with assigned revenues of 50,000 koku from the Niwase Domain in Bicchu Province, but the family was soon transferred to the Yoshida Domain in Mikawa Province.
  81. In 1685, Shuzen Hosshinno of Rinno-ji Temple assigned Ryoo to the Hoin (the highest rank in the hierarchy of Buddhist priesthood) position for the learning dormitories.
  82. In 1685, by permitted Kokei Shonin (1648 - 1705) from the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) to collect fund for the revival of the Great Buddha, the reconstruction started at last.
  83. In 1685, he was conferred Junii.
  84. In 1685, it was abolished once, but on September 15 and 17 in 1693, it started again at the assignments of Yoshiaki TODO and Tsuneyuki TAGA.
  85. In 1685, the Itowappu system was revived and the merchants under this system existed until the end of the Edo period; but the Itowappu nakama having the treatment of bunkoku habibun (outside the established framework) located in Hirado, Hakata and other cities in the Kyushu region were excluded from this revival.
  86. In 1685, the temple was relocated in accord with the move of Tadahira HONDA to Yamatokoriyama.
  87. In 1686 the palace fell into disuse by the order of the bakufu.
  88. In 1686, at the age of 31, Sorai was recruited by Yoshiyasu YANAGISAWA, who was a close associate of the fifth shogun Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA and Edo bakufu Sobayonin (lord chamberlain), and he served Yoshiyasu on the salary of 15 man fuchi (the equivalent of an annual ten-man rice stipend).
  89. In 1686, he celebrated his coming of age and was promoted to Jugoinoge jiju (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade Chamberlain).
  90. In 1686, he married Korinin who was eighteen years old and a daughter of Tsuneyoshi ISHIZUKA, Hittokaro of the Kyogoku clan of Toyooka Domain.
  91. In 1686, he transferred to the Tanba-Kameyama Domain.
  92. In 1686, they started collecting building materials and in leap month April 1688, they started the reconstruction.
  93. In 1686, under the command of Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA who was the 5th Seii Taishogun (literally, the great general who subdues the barbarians), Ryuko became Jushoku (a head priest) of Chisoku-in Temple of Mt. Tsukuba which was in charge of incantation and prayer for the shogun's family, thereby rapidly winning devotion from Tsunayoshi.
  94. In 1687, Seii Taishogun, Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA established a law to prohibit the taking of life.
  95. In 1687, he moved the hancho (domain administration building) from Ninomaru to Sannomaru and used Ninomaru as a separate hancho (a retreat for his old age).
  96. In 1687, he resigned Cyugu daibu (Master of the Consort's Household).
  97. In 1687, he was appointed to be Togudaifu (the Imperial Household Agency staff) of the Crown Prince Asahitro, but during that year, he resigned because the Crown Prince ascended to the throne as the Emperor Higashiyama.
  98. In 1687, when Korin was 30 years old, his father, Soken, died and the family business was taken over by his older brother Tozaburo.
  99. In 1688 Chisoku-in Temple was transferred to the outside of Kanda-bashi Bridge and was renamed as Goji-in Temple, a kaisan (a founder of temple as the first chief priest) of which was Ryuko.
  100. In 1688 they had their first son Matsunojo (later known as Chikara OISHI).
  101. In 1688, at the age of 19, he came up to Edo, counting on Shingoemon SATO, the Nagai family's relative, and started training in Masaharu HORIUCHI's fencing dojo near the Koishikawa Ushi-tenjin Shrine.
  102. In 1688, he became Jusanmi Chunagon (Junior Third Rank, Vice-councilor of State).
  103. In 1688, he changed his name to Kinsumi.
  104. In 1688, he was appointed to "kanjin shonin" (fund-raising virtuous priest).
  105. In 1688, he was conferred the rank of Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  106. In 1688, he was given an additional 5,000 koku in the Ashikaga County, Shimotsuke Province, and as a result, he received a total of 10,000 koku and established the Ashikaga domain in the Shimotsuke Province including the territory of Makabe County into Ashikaga.
  107. In 1688, the book "Teikin Orai Zusan" (Home Education Textbook, the illustrated edition) contained 509 illustrations above the sentences, each supplied with simple comments on keywords.
  108. In 1689 and 1692, he worked as an okuzume (adviser to the shogun).
  109. In 1689 he was promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) Saonoe no shosho (Minor Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards), renaming himself as Motonaga.
  110. In 1689, Kozen, the chief priest of Eihei-ji Temple, asked Dohaku and others to become advisors for restoring soki (the rules of the temple) and the reform initiated by Dohaku gradually took root in the sect.
  111. In 1689, he left on the trip of "the Narrow Road to the Deep North" with his disciple Sora KAWAI and came back to Edo in 1691.
  112. In 1689, he resigned from Gon Dainagon, but in 1693, he was reappointed to be Gon Dainagon and jingu denso.
  113. In 1689, he traveled along Basho MATSUO's 'Narrow Road to the Deep North.'
  114. In 1689, he was conferred a peerage.
  115. In 1690 he was assigned to sadaijin (minister of the left).
  116. In 1690, Basho moved to the Genjuan (hut of the phantom dwelling), spent the next spring Mumyoan (house of anonymity) in Awazu, and in April he stayed at Rakushisha (fallen persimmon house) in Saga.
  117. In 1690, at the age of 25, he was forgiven and returned to Edo, where he also studied hard.
  118. In 1690, he was appointed as the Monzeki of Rinno-ji Temple and went to the Kanto region.
  119. In 1690he was appointed Naidaijin (Minister of the Right), but resigned in the following year.
  120. In 1691 he kept himself in seclusion in Nishiyama-so Residence.
  121. In 1691, he erected Tetsuryuan in the site of the temple as a retreat during his old age, and relocated there.
  122. In 1691, he was appointed Gon Dainagon, the highest position members of the House of Urin (one of ranks of noble households) could reach.
  123. In 1691, he was conferred to a peerage.
  124. In 1691, the rebellious neo-Confucian became ill and ended his life in Koga-jo Castle.
  125. In 1691, the restoration was completed.
  126. In 1691, when he died, his adopted son, Terusada succeeded to his position as head of the family.
  127. In 1692 he built a gravestone in Minatogawa, commemorating the military exploits of Masashige KUSUNOKI who died in the Battle of Minatogawa during the period of the Northern and the Southern Courts.
  128. In 1692 he was raised to Juichii (Junior First Rank).
  129. In 1692, Kosen Zenji (disciples of Ingen's disciples) became the fifth shinzan (taking a new position as chief priest of a Buddhist temple) of Obakuzan, so Ryoo donated a great monetary offering for the celebration.
  130. In 1692, he became Isshin-ajari (a special class of teaching priest) and received Kanjo (a ceremony to be the successor) at Mt. Toei.
  131. In 1692, he was adopted by his grandfather, Arikore CHIGUSA, (the father of Noritomo IWAKURA).
  132. In 1692, he was conferred Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and joined the realm of kugyo (high-rank Court nobles).
  133. In 1692, he was conferred a peerage.
  134. In 1692, he was invited by Mitsukuni TOKUGAWA, the lord of the Mito Domain, to work for the compilation of the "Dainihonshi" (The Great History of Japan) with Kanran MIYAKE and Tanpaku ASAKA.
  135. In 1692, the restoration of the Great Buddha was completed, and he conducted the ceremony to consecrate a newly made Buddhist statue.
  136. In 1693 he commissioned Hoan HOZUMI (Soyo SUZUKI) the domain's physician to compile the Kyumin Myoyaku, a book on herbal medicine with recipes for 397 medicinal drugs.
  137. In 1693 he was raised to peerage and thereafter he was rapidly promoted as the head of the Seiga family (one of the highest court noble families in Japan at that time.)
  138. In 1693, Ujisato died.
  139. In 1693, he renewed Anraku-in in Sozan (literally, founder's mountain) Iimuro into Ritsu-in (vinaya temple) regarding additional precept learning based on Shibunritsu under the order of Cloistered Imperial Prince Rinojinomiya Koben and become the founder of the Anraku-in School.
  140. In 1693, he took a post as Naidaijin (minister of the center), however he resigned the posts, Konoefu and Naidaiji within the same year.
  141. In 1693, he was accredited with the restoration and granted an audience with the fifth Tokugawa shogun, Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA, through the intermediary of Ryuko GOJIIN.
  142. In 1693, he wrote "Hokekyo Nijuhappin Wakashu" (Collection of Waka Poetry on Twenty-eight Chapters of Lotus Sutra) two volumes.
  143. In 1693, she built Taiun-ji Temple in Kamiochiai village, Musashi Province (now Shinjuku-ku Ward, Tokyo Prefecture) with having HAKUO as kaizan (a founder of temple as the first chief priest) and called herself second founder.
  144. In 1693, the court rank of Ippon was conferred upon him.
  145. In 1693, when Ienobu TOKUGAWA's envoy Tadahiro KORIKI came to look for a Confucianism scholar in the Tokugawa family of Kofu district for employment, Junan recommended his disciple Hakuseki ARAI.
  146. In 1694 he was raised to Junii (Junior Second Rank) and served as Jingu Tenso (shrine messenger to the emperor).
  147. In 1694, Nobutake murdered his senior vassals, Saemon IKOMA and Gorobe TANAKA, who were the descendants of the retainers who contributed to founding the domain, and killed himself.
  148. In 1694, Ryoo left Edo and climbed up Obakuzan Mountain in Uji City.
  149. In 1694, Yaemon received a residence in Edo with an order issued by the fifth Shogun Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA, and he moved from Nara to Edo.
  150. In 1694, although Retired Emperor Reigen announced to move the political base from his to the Emperor, the Retired Emperor still had power to rule the actual government.
  151. In 1694, he received additional 10,000 koku in Shiki, Wakae, and Tanboku Districts of Kawachi Province, coming to possess 71,000 koku in total.
  152. In 1694, he rose to Juichii (Junior First Rank).
  153. In 1694, he was asked to restore Genkoan Temple, an ancient temple of Rinzai Sect located in Yamashiro Province, and converted it to a temple of Soto Sect.
  154. In 1694, he was conferred Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank).
  155. In 1694, he was promoted to Shonii (Senior Second Rank).
  156. In 1694, it was ordered by Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA who favored Hosho-ryu to work in Hosho-za, and it changed its family name to 'HOSHO.'
  157. In 1694, the Retired Emperor Reigen announced that he would allow Emperor Higashiyama to rule the government, since the latter was old enough to do so.
  158. In 1695, Kagetsugu wrote 'Intoku-ki jijo' (preface of the Intoku-ki) and it is estimated that he completed 'Intoku-taiheiki' around that time.
  159. In 1695, Kagetsugu wrote the "Intokuki jijo" (Authorial Preface to the Intokuki), and it is thought that it was around this date that he completed work on the Intokuki.
  160. In 1695, at the age of 68, Ryoo received an Inka (Certification of spiritual achievement) from Kosen Zenji and inherited the dharma from Kosen Zenji.
  161. In 1695, he became Kashirayakunami (the corresponding post of a chief).
  162. In 1695, he became the first Daisojo (a Buddhist priest of the highest order) among the priests of the Shingi Shingonshu sect.
  163. In 1695, he became the manager of the Miyako Mandayu-za Theatre.
  164. In 1695, he experienced genpuku (a coming-of-age celebration for boys) and was given the title of Imperial Prince.
  165. In 1695, he served as Toka no sechie Geben (a Kugyo who supervised the event of toka [ceremonial mass singing and stomp dancing] called Toka no sechie held at the Imperial Court on around the fifteenth day of the first month of the year, outside the Shomeimon gate of the Kyoto imperial palace) and renamed himself as Mochizane.
  166. In 1695, he served as a guard at the Maruoka-jo Castle after Shigemasu HONDA was forfeited the rank of Samurai and properties for punishment.
  167. In 1695, he was apprenticed to a kimono shop at the age of 11, and then he once returned to his hometown.
  168. In 1695, the second son of Tsunamura, Murayori DATE, was allowed to have a portion of Sendai Domain (30,000 goku) and founded the Mutsu-Mizusawa Domain.
  169. In 1696, Munekiyo was promoted to the president of Shoko-kan Library of the Tokugawa Museum, but resigned in the same year to serve Mitsukuni in the Nishiyama Villa.
  170. In 1696, he was given the rank of Jusanmi Konoe no chujo (Junior Third Rank, middle captain of the palace guards) and joined the realm of kugyo (high-rank Court nobles).
  171. In 1696, the system was reinforced by appointing Morimasa UCHIDA to the Nara City Magistrate and Yoriyasu TSUMAKI as a person in charge of Todai-ji Temple for control by two supervisors.
  172. In 1697 it was issued for the first time and stopped the distribution due to the issue of Hoei koban in 1710 and after that in 1832 Tenpo nishukin was issued and in 1860 Manen nishukin was issued.
  173. In 1697, Masamine INOUE from the Gujo Domain in Mino Province took over Kameyama with assigned revenues of 47,000 koku, but his family was also quickly transferred, in their case to the Shimodate Domain in Hitachi Province.
  174. In 1697, Sohen transferred his job at the Ogasawara family in the Yoshida Domain to the second Soin, and then he left and went down Tokai-do Road for Edo and settled down in Honjo.
  175. In 1697, he performed 71 Noh plays and danced more than 150 Maibayashi (abbreviated Noh dances).
  176. In 1697, he served as Chokushi settai yaku (a role to invite and serve an imperial messenger).
  177. In 1697, he stepped down from Gon Dainagon.
  178. In 1697, he transferred to the Mikawa-Yoshida Domain.
  179. In 1698 and later, one of the kanjo bugyo officers was also in charge of Dochu-bugyo (the post in charge of road-related affairs) together with Ometsuke (the post of watching daimyo and the Imperial court).
  180. In 1698, Munekiyo died.
  181. In 1698, Seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA granted the then chief priest Imperial Prince Jiin Hosshinno a temple site at Gyoshamichi Hirokoji.
  182. In 1698, he became a purveyor to the Kishu Tokugawa family and Omote Senke through the good offices of Kakukakusai, the sixth generation of the Omote Senke.
  183. In 1698, he celebrated his coming of age.
  184. In 1698, he constructed a Buddha hall for the great Buddha Statue of Ueno which had been stood without a roof.
  185. In 1698, he was allowed to adopt the family name of Katsumine and was given 10,000 koku in Nishiyachi Domain in Hakui County, Noto Province.
  186. In 1698, it was rebuilt by the 7th Eiyo.
  187. In 1698, the book was submitted for censorship by the Iwakuni Domain that issued permission for publication in 1706; the book was finally published in 1717.
  188. In 1698, when Masataka HOTTA was appointed to the lord of the Katata of 10,000 koku, he established Jinya (regional government office) and then the Katata Domain.
  189. In 1699 Ichinyo, the fifteenth head priest of Higashi Hongan-ji Temple, started reconstruction of the Mausoleum.
  190. In 1699, Danjuro ICHIKAWA (the first) first performed at Edo Nakamura-za Theater.
  191. In 1699, Ryoo became 70 years old, and at this time he made small Kannon (Deity of Mercy) total 333,333 of bronze statues, for his 70th birthday commemoration, giving the statues to the people.
  192. In 1699, ballooned expenses due to restoration works for the areas damaged by a great fire in the castle town and a fire in the Edo residence, as well as construction works of Kyoto Imperial Palace, constrained the finance of the clan.
  193. In 1699, he assumed Otsukaiban (messenger), and on July 2, when Tsunanari TOKUGAWA, the Lord of Owari Domain, died, he was dispatched to the Kishu Domain, Kii Province.
  194. In 1699, he became 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).
  195. In 1699, he inherited the Okazaki Domain upon his older brother Tadamitsu's death and was appointed as Jugoinoge and referred to himself as Daikenmotsu.
  196. In 1699, the Tozokuarateme post and the Hituskearatame post were abolished, and the jobs came to be covered by three Bugyo posts (Jishabugyo (for handling shrine and temple affairs), Kanjobugyo(for handling financial affairs), and Machibugyo (for handling townspeople's affairs).
  197. In 1700, Sanda Domain of Settsu Province issued han bills as early as Amagasaki Domain and nearby Asada Domain.
  198. In 1700, a domain with the same name as Wakasa was founded as a branch domain of the Tottori Domain.
  199. In 1700, by Emperor Higashiyama's imperial decree, he became a chief officer serving to Imperial Prince 沢宮寛敦(沢宮性応)'s family, the tenth son of Emperor Reigen.
  200. In 1700, his territory was changed to Yuki, Shimosa Province and 3,000 koku was added in the following year.
  201. In 1700, his uncle Ichinyo, who was the 16th Hoshu, died and Shinnyo succeeded as the 17th Hoshu.
  202. In 1700, she gave birth to the first daughter, Imperial Princess Shushi (Akiko), who became the wife of Imperial Prince Fushiminomiya Sadataka later.
  203. In 1700, the statue of the principal deity began to be taken out and displayed, starting in Edo and at various locations in what is known as dekaicho.
  204. In 1701 he served as Toka no sechie Geben (a Kugyo who supervised the event of toka [ceremonial mass singing and stomp dancing] called Toka no sechie held at the Imperial Court on around the fifteenth day of the first month of the year).
  205. In 1701, an accident occurred in which Naganori ASANO hurt Yoshinaka KIRA in the Edo-jo Castle.
  206. In 1701, at the age of ten, he celebrated his coming of age, and three years later joined the Kugyo when he was appointed Jusanmi Gon Chunagon (Provisional Vice-Councilor of State with the Junior Third Rank).
  207. In 1701, the shrine was awarded the title of Gongen (an avataro and Shoichii (Senior First Rank) of shinkai (ranks granted to Shinto gods).
  208. In 1701, when he was 44 years old, he was made Hokyo (a rank in the priesthood that was given to higher-order priests; later, however, the rank was also awarded to painters and Buddhist sculptors).
  209. In 1701, when the swordfight occurred, Kira was in the position of Koke-kimoiri, and at the time there were nine people in such a position.
  210. In 1702, He was assigned to take care of nine warriors of Ako Roshi (lordless samurai of the Ako Domain).
  211. In 1702, Seiemon SONODA of Kobayashi, Hyuga Province (Kobayashi city), found two huge red pine trees in Shiratori Shrine, located on the side of Mt. Kirishima, and reported that news to Kokei through Satsuma Domain and Nara Bugyo.
  212. In 1702, she was granted Juichii, the highest rank of women and the name of FUJIWARA no Mitsuko (or Muneko).
  213. In 1703 Shinyo held the ceremony for the grave.
  214. In 1703, 5,000 koku was added; he was also assigned to be in charge of the erection of Yuki-jo Castle and ranked with the lord.
  215. In 1703, for decorative beams of the Great Buddha Hall of Todai-ji Temple, which had been a pending issue, the wood cut down on the mountainside of Mt. Kirishima in Hyuga Province was transported to the Temple with difficulty, taking much time until 1704.
  216. In 1703, he became the matsugo yoshi (adopted as a son on one's deathbed) of his older brother, Katsunaga, and inherited the Yuki Domain in the following year.
  217. In 1703, he died at the age of eighty-seven and was buried in Jakko-ji Temple in Kyoto.
  218. In 1703.
  219. In 1704 Shogun Tsunayoshi gave up waiting for the birth of a son and invited Ienobu to become his successor, and Ienobu and his legal wife, Hiroko, entered the Edo-jo Castle.
  220. In 1704 he became Sadaijin (Minister of the Left), but resigned shortly thereafter.
  221. In 1704 he resigned only sadaijin.
  222. In 1704, he became the lord of Kofu-jo Castle with 151,200 koku and also became the lord of Kai.
  223. In 1704, he retired and called himself 'Seisai.'
  224. In 1704, he was appointed Sangi (councilor), and the next year, given the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  225. In 1704, he was appointed to the jisha-bugyo.
  226. In 1704, he was conferred peerage as Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  227. In 1704, he went down to Edo (the present Tokyo), where he gave lectures on the teachings of kegon at Daisei-dojo (a place of Buddhist practice and meditation) and wrote books on his own theory about kegon while exchanging ideas and opinions with learned monks of various other sects.
  228. In 1704, it was decided that Ienobu (originally Tsunatoyo) TOKUGAWA, who was Tsunayoshi's nephew and from Kofu Domain, Kai Province, would become the sixth shogun.
  229. In 1704, with the promotion in official rank of Ienobu TOKUGAWA, the successor of the Tokugawa Shogun family, Sadanao was appointed Shogunate messenger to Kyoto and promoted to jiju.
  230. In 1705 Izumo TAKEDA became the managing director of Takemoto-za theater, and Monzaemon wrote "Yomei Tenno Shokunin Kagami" (The Mirror of the Craftsmen of the Emperor Yomei) for its kaomisekogyo (all-star performance).
  231. In 1705 he was promoted to Juichii (Junior First Rank).
  232. In 1705, he succeeded to the family estate and became the lord of Kano Domain in Mino Province.
  233. In 1705, he was appointed to the wakadoshiyori.
  234. In 1705, he was conferred Juichii (Junior First Rank).
  235. In 1705, his adoptive father died and he became the head of the Ichijo family at the age of fourteen (in his fourteenth year).
  236. In 1705, she died at the age of 79.
  237. In 1705, the peerage was conferred on him.
  238. In 1706 she married Yoshimune.
  239. In 1706, he published "紅夷外科宗伝", which he translated into Japanese from a Dutch version of a book written by a French surgeon, Ambroise Par?, and Ekiken KAIBARA, who was famous as a scholar of herbalism and Neo-Confucianism, contributed a preface to this book.
  240. In 1706, he visited his domain as the lord, for the first time.
  241. In 1706, his brother, Kinyoshi, returned the official rank and government post, therefore, instead of his brother, he succeeded the family name.
  242. In 1707 he resigned Kanpaku.
  243. In 1707 when a residence of a bugyo officer moved to an area within the gate of Sukiya-bashi Bridge on the southernmost side from an area within the gate of Tokiwa-bashi Bridge, the new residence became to be called the minami-bugyo-sho office due to its location.
  244. In 1707, Claude Gillot painted the comical work 'Les Deux Carrosses' (literally 'The Two Coaches').
  245. In 1707, Kamenomiya (later Princess Genshu), who was a daughter of Emperor Reigen, Akinomiya's half-brother from a different mother, entered Rinkyu-ji Temple as a priest when Akinomiya retired and called herself Fumonin.
  246. In 1707, Ryoo completed seven days long fast, and then he entrusted his disciples to look after future affairs after his death.
  247. In 1707, he became Jusangu.
  248. In 1707, he became a chief priest of Myoshin-ji Temple at the age of 55.
  249. In 1707, he changed his name to 具偈, and became Sangi (councilor).
  250. In 1707, he worked as an apprentice again at the age of 23.
  251. In 1708 he was given 3,000 koku by his older brother.
  252. In 1708, Shinsuke KOBAYASHI, a puppeteer in Kyoto City, made a claim to machi-bugyo (town magistrate) about an incident in which Danzaemon hindered his show entertainment.
  253. In 1708, coins minted in Kameido, Edo were small.
  254. In 1708, he assumed Naidaijin (the minister of the center), but resigned from it.
  255. In 1708, he became a yushi (another child considered as one's own) of Emperor Higashiyama and received the Emperor's proclamation for being an Imperial Prince in June and July 1709 and was named Sadatake.
  256. In 1708, he was appointed as Togu Gon no daibu (Provisional Master of the Crown Prince's Quarters) serving Crown Prince Teruhito (later Emperor Sakuramachi).
  257. In 1708, the temple caught fire in the great fire of the Hoei era and was moved to its current site (Niomon-dori Street Nishi-iru, Higashioji-dori Street, Sakyo-ku Ward).
  258. In 1709 Nobuko died within a month after her husband Tsunayoshi had died.
  259. In 1709 Toraishi (literally, 'a stone of tiger') was placed on the founder's grave.
  260. In 1709, Nagashige became a disciple of Tsukitan TSUJI and practiced Mugai-ryu school.
  261. In 1709, a general service was performed at Todai-ji Temple in celebration of its reconstruction completed by Kokei and his disciples on a large scale.
  262. In 1709, at the age of 44, because of Yoshiyasu's downfall, Sorai left Mr. Yanagisawa's residence and moved to Kayabacho, Nihonbashi (current Chuo Ward, Tokyo Prefecture), and here opened a private school, Kenenjuku.
  263. In 1709, he became a Sessho of Emperor Nakamikado, then was appointed Daijo-daijin (Grand Minister of State).
  264. In 1709, he entered the priesthood at Komyo-in Temple of Jodo Shinshu in Miyajima in Aki Province.
  265. In 1709, he was conferred a sword of Hirotsugu and "Shuishu", yoriaigaki written by the "Tosho-ke", by the Imperial Court as well as ten jifuku by the bakufu, for his work.
  266. In 1710, Hakuin who suffered a religious disease visited the cave where Hakuyushi lived and Hakuyushi taught him a method of introspection.
  267. In 1710, he got engaged to Joganin, a daughter of Hirosada SEIKANJI, but he passed away six years after that.
  268. In 1710, he was appointed an In no hyojoshu (judicial council) of the retired Emperor Reigen and stayed in this position until 1724.
  269. In 1710, she became engaged to her cousin, the Imperial Prince Sadatake (a son of the Imperial Princess Yoshiko who was a younger sister of her father, the Emperor Higashiyama) and married him in 1719 when she was 20 years old.
  270. In 1711 when the second generation of this family, Tadatsura, Hizen no kami (Governor of Hizen Province), became the Guards of Osaka-jo Castle, he was promoted to the level of daimyo.
  271. In 1711, Bangyan LI, an officer of the envoy, praised the scenery of Sensui-jima Island and Benten-jima Island located on the opposite shore was the '日東第一形勝' (meaning that the most beautiful scenic area in the east of Korea) when viewed from the guest hall.
  272. In 1711, he moved to Shinmachi-dori, Nijo-kudaru (East of Nijo Castle) and continued his creative work.
  273. In 1711, he selected the Nikko Hakkei (eight most scenic spots in Nikko).
  274. In 1711, he was assigned to Jingutenso (shrine messenger to Emperor), the post which he had maintained for long time until 1726.
  275. In 1711, he was relocated by receiving territories in Yamashiro Province, Kawachi Province, Settsu Province, and Omi Province, and became the lord of Yodo Domain in Yamashiro Province.
  276. In 1712 he was raised to Shonii (Senior Second Rank).
  277. In 1712 her husband Ienobu died of desease and Hiroko became a prietess and used the Ingo(a title given to a Buddhist) of Teneiin.
  278. In 1712, He undertook the position of Jingutenso (Shrine Messenger to Emperor).
  279. In 1712, he changed the post name to Uemon no suke (Assistant Captain of the Right Division of Outer Palace Guards), and in 1729, to Daikenmotsu.
  280. In 1712, he was adopted as the heir of Takanao KUKI, who was the former lord of the province.
  281. In 1712, he was adopted by Tadatura and was first introduced by Ienobu TOKUGAWA; he referred to himself as Iki no kami (Governor of Iki Province) after he was appointed as Jugoinoge.
  282. In 1712, when he was 50 years old, he moved to Nijo Chojiya-cho (present Nijo-dori Street Teramachi Nishi-iru Kitagawa) in Kyoto City, and created many artistic pieces.
  283. In 1713, 3 years before his death, he wrote a letter (or a will) to his oldest son, Juichiro, which stated, "No family business to pursue."
  284. In 1713, Daizaburo OISHI, who was the third son of Kuranosuke, was employed by the head family of the Asano in Hiroshima with 1,500 koku.
  285. In 1713, he became Junii Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state).
  286. In 1713, he inherited the Matsumoto Domain upon his father, Tadanao's death, and changed his post name to Dewa no kami.
  287. In 1713, he was appointed to the roju.
  288. In 1714 Monzaemon dedicated himself to promoting the restoration of Kosai-ji Temple, Amagasaki.
  289. In 1714 he became the adopted son-in-law of the previous domain lord, Takayuki KYOGOKU.
  290. In 1714 he was appointed Gon Dainagon (Provisional chief councilor of state).
  291. In 1714, Ejima Ikujima Incident occurred at O-oku.
  292. In 1714, he ordered Chishu of Gano-in Temple to compile a book of discussion and published "Daishu Nihaku-dai."
  293. In 1714, he was appointed again as a chief priest of Myoshin-ji Temple at the age of 62.
  294. In 1714, he was conferred a peerage.
  295. In 1714, he was promoted to Jushiinoge and changed his post name to Izumi no kami.
  296. In 1714, in the light of the issuance of Shotoku Koban and Shotoku Chogin whose quality levels were returned to those of Keicho Koban and Keicho Chogin, the quality of one-mon coin was returned to a level equivalent to that of monsen.
  297. In 1715, Dohaku died of illness at the age of 80.
  298. In 1715, he collected waka (Japanese poetry) and dedicated them to Sone-Tenmangu Shrine in Innami District, Harima Province (current Takasago City), which enshrines SUGAWARA no Michizane.
  299. In 1715, he founded Shintokukan, which was a hanko (a domain school).
  300. In 1715, he resigned from all positions and entered into a secluded life at Bishamon-do Temple.
  301. In 1715, he was appointed as Sadaijin, however, shortly after that, he also resigned the post.
  302. In 1716 "Hagakure" which is famous for the passage 'I found that Bushido means dying' was written by Jocho YAMAMOTO from Saga Domain (dictated by Tsuramoto TASHIRO).
  303. In 1716 an heir to Shogun Ietsugu TOKUGAWA was selected.
  304. In 1716 she married the Emperor Nakamikado and received the Imperial letter of appointment as the title Nyogo.
  305. In 1716, Yoshimune TOKUGAWA became the eighth shogun.
  306. In 1716, due to the decrease in the volume of silver production at Ikuno Ginzan Silver Mine, the Ikuno bugyo was reorganized to the Ikuno daikan (the regional officer of Ikuno).
  307. In 1716, he passed away.
  308. In 1716, he succeeded his uncle, Mitsunori MATSUDAIRA (a hatamoto [a direct retainer of the bakufu, a form of Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun], 3000 bales) as an adopted heir.
  309. In 1716, he was adopted into the Tokugawa Shogun family to become the eighth Shogun, Yoshimune TOKUGAWA.
  310. In 1717 he retired.
  311. In 1717, he assumed the position of roju and participated in the Kyoho Reforms (the reforms made in the Kyoho era of the Edo period).
  312. In 1717, he served as Toka no sechie Later, he became Toka no sechie (Circle-Dancing Banquet: the last of the First Month's three great banquets [sechie] which formerly took place from the fourteenth to the sixteenth of January in the Shishinden [the Throne Hall] of the Imperial Court under the moonlight) Naiben (a Kugyo who supervised the Imperial Court Ceremony inside of Jomei Gate).
  313. In 1718 he was appointed as Buke tenso, and in 1726 he was appointed as Naidaijin (minister of the center) and the year after next, he was promoted to Juichii (Junior First Rank)
  314. In 1718 he was raised to peerage and thereafter he was rapidly promoted as the head of the Seiga family (one of the highest court noble families in Japan at that time).
  315. In 1718, Emperor Reigen granted Imperial Prince Naohito Yago (family name) of Kanin no miya and 1,000 koku (180.39 cubic meters) of territory as an Imperial gift.
  316. In 1718, he resigned the position as Jingutenso.
  317. In 1718, he was conferred Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  318. In 1718, the Tozokuarateme post and the Hituskearatame post were integrated into the "Hitsuke-tozoku-aratame" post, with the post assumed by Sente-gashira (the head of sentegumi (a group of persons guarding Edo) additionally.
  319. In 1718, when he was 26 years old, he entered Honzan (head temple) Nishi Hongan-ji Temple Gakurin (school) and studied under Jakurin, and he was appointed to fukuko (vice-head lecturer) and then succeeded to Shoso-ji Temple in Omi Province.
  320. In 1719 during that period, he was also appointed to 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).
  321. In 1719 he entered the priesthood at the age of 17 and lectured on Senchaku hongan nenbutsu shu (the holy writings of the Jodo Sect) at the age of 19.
  322. In 1719, he also resigned the position as Dainagon.
  323. In 1719, he became an adopted child of his uncle, Kinatsu SANJO.
  324. In 1719, he changed his name to Noritomo.
  325. In 1719, he changed his name to Tsunetomo.
  326. In 1719, he was assigned to Naidaijin.
  327. In 1719, he was born in Edo as the second son of Masamichi (commissioned officer, Kita-mura Village, chief retainer, the Hirosaki Clan, Mutsu Province) and Tamae.
  328. In 1719, it was transferred to the present location.
  329. In 1720, he became an adopted child of Masataka UEMATSU (Shosanmi [Senior Third Rank], Kunaikyo [Minister of the Sovereign's Household]), who didn't have a child at that time.
  330. In 1720, he collected herbs of various areas under the orders of the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  331. In 1720, he died in office.
  332. In 1720, he passed away in the second residence of the Matsuyama Domain in Mita, Edo.
  333. In 1720, he was conferred a peerage.
  334. In 1721 (or 1717 in another opinion), he was invited to Edo on the recommendation of Katahiro TAKEBE, and suggested to Yoshimune TOKUGAWA that he allow people to import only the useful foreign books such as books on astronomy.
  335. In 1721, Joao V of the Kingdom of Portugal, 'the Magnanimous,' promulgated rescripts providing preservation of historic monuments of the Age of Geographical Discovery from the 15th century to 16th century existing in Portugal.
  336. In 1721, Yoshimune set the box in front of the Hyojosho (conference chamber) in Tatsunokuchi, Edo-jo Castle (around the north exit of the Tokyo station at present) on 2nd, 11th, and 21st days of every month to collect proposals.
  337. In 1721, it was performed for the first time at ningyo joruri (traditional Japanese puppet theater).
  338. In 1721, the kanjosho was divided into two departments of "kattekata" (in charge of agriculture and finance) and "kujikata" (in charge of lawsuits).
  339. In 1721, the post was separated into Kattekata-kanjo-bugyo mainly dealing with finance and civil administration and Kujikata-kanjo-bugyo mainly dealing with law suit related matters.
  340. In 1722, he was appointed for the third time as a chief priest of Myoshin-ji Temple at the age of 69.
  341. In 1722, he was conferred an official court rank.
  342. In 1722, the branch temple of Nishi Hongan-ji Temple issued an order that every temple under its control should make kakushi nenbutsu believers convert their beliefs any time they are found.
  343. In 1723, he changed his post name to Hyuga no kami.
  344. In 1723, he founded the Kegon-ji Temple in Matsuo, Kyoto City.
  345. In 1723, he retired to the Ryuge-in Temple at the age of 70.
  346. In 1723, the Honda family died out.
  347. In 1723, the peerage was conferred on him.
  348. In 1724 the feudal government, at the time, banned shinjumono performances (dramas dealing with the double suicide of lovers).
  349. In 1724, he became Knonoefu (the Headquarters of the Inner Palace Guards).
  350. In 1724, he was appointed Gon Dainagon, the highest position members of the House of Urin (one of the ranks of noble households) could reach.
  351. In 1724, he was appointed as Konoe no daisho (Major Captain of the Palace Guards) and Umaryo gogen (Inspector of the Right Division of Bureau of Horses).
  352. In 1724, he was born as the first son of Tozaburo in Nagasaki.
  353. In 1724, he was promoted to Dainagon (chief councilor of state) at the age of 64, and made the following waka poem in response to a congratulation waka poem sent by his predecessor, Dainagon Kinsumi SHIGENOI.
  354. In 1724, he was promoted to Shonii (Senior Second Rank).
  355. In 1725 he died.
  356. In 1725, 10,000 koku was added to his territory.
  357. In 1725, 10,000 koku was added.
  358. In 1725, he was conferred Shonii (Senior Second Rank).
  359. In 1725, he was named Jusango (title given to nobles and members of the Imperial family) by the Emperor.
  360. In 1726 he renamed himself as Motomasa.
  361. In 1726, he died at an early age of 36.
  362. In 1726, he opened 'Gyoshi-kan College', a private school for the study of Chinese classics, in the north of Mishima-shuku (the eleventh of the fifty-three stations of the Tokaido [the most important route in the Edo period]).
  363. In 1726, he was ordered to convert into the Japanese-style reading and translate "Rekisanzensho," and in 1733, when he was 72 years old, he completed the task, but he died in the same year.
  364. In 1727 he assumed the office of Ukone no daisho (Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards), Umaryo gogen (Inspector of the Right Division of Bureau of Horses).
  365. In 1727 he became an adopted child of Taneharu KUTSUKI, the fourth lord of the Fukuchiyama Domain.
  366. In 1727, Imperial Princess Teruko died at an advanced age of 94.
  367. In 1727, he moved to Kyoto.
  368. In 1727, he served as Toka no sechie Naiben (a kugyo who supervised inside Jomei gate at Toka no sechie [Imperial Court ceremony]).
  369. In 1727, he was given the rank of nihon (the second rank for an Imperial Prince), then promoted to the rank of ippon (the first rank for an Imperial Prince) on September 7, 1754 and passed away on the same day.
  370. In 1728 he became the crown prince, and in 1735 he ascended the throne after his father passed it to him.
  371. In 1728, Kaneyoshi as well as being Udaijin (Minister of the Right), also held the additional post of Togu no Fu, in charge of the education of Crown Prince Teruhito.
  372. In 1728, he held the post of Naidaijin (Minister of the Center) but stepped down from the post.
  373. In 1728, he moved to Edo and answered inquiry of the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) about Yusoku kojitsu (studies in ancient court and military practices and usages), and he then served Munetake TAYASU, one of the Gosankyo (three privileged branches of the Tokugawa family).
  374. In 1729, he took over the family and became the hogen.
  375. In 1729, he was given the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and joined the realm of kugyo (high-rank Court nobles).
  376. In 1729, the Emperor granted an audience of the elephant together with Retired Emperor Reigen, when Shogun Yoshimune ordered a Vietnamese elephant from Kannan.
  377. In 1729, when he was 11 years old, his father Masamichi died.
  378. In 173, Himiko, Queen of Wa, sent an envoy to acquire the friendship of Silla.
  379. In 1730 he resigned as Ukone no daisho and transferred to Naidaijin (Minister of the Center).
  380. In 1730, Baigan ISHIDA advocated Sekimon-shingaku (popularized blend of Buddhist, Shinto and Confucian ethical teachings) which was a moral philosophy peculiar to Japan.
  381. In 1730, Masatsune INABA, the former feudal lord of the domain in the head family died young, and Masachika took over as the head of the family.
  382. In 1730, he was appointed to Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade), Yamashiro no kami (Governor of Yamashiro Province).
  383. In 1730, he was dismissed from his service for frequent illness and the family estate was passed over to his son, Tadateru.
  384. In 1730, the Kawase-mai-rei Law was enforced as part of the Kyoho Reforms (the reforms made in the Kyoho era of the Edo period).
  385. In 1730, the shogunate again allowed domains to issue han bills with conditions; large domains producing 200,000 koku (approximately 36 million liters of crop yield) and above could issue han bills valid for 25 years, and small domains (less than 200,000 koku) for 15 years.
  386. In 1731, Goichiro NAMIKAWA, a Confucian scholar from Kyoto, claimed based on the abovementioned writing that the natural stone at the center of the graveyard was the tomb of Wani, and proposed KUGAI, the landlord and governor of Inaba Province, to establish 'Dr. Wani's tomb.'
  387. In 1731, Myoken-do Hall was rebuilt.
  388. In 1731, as for his argument with Hotan of the Kegon Sect, he wrote 'Jodo sessho hen' (the negotiations of Jodo (Pure Land) version) to refute Hotan and enhanced the style of a school.
  389. In 1731, he got sick and resigned from all positions.
  390. In 1731, he left his home for Edo saying 'I'm going out to do some farm labor' to his family in his fourteenth year (ages in this article are described by the traditional Japanese system).
  391. In 1731, he succeeded his father who died.
  392. In 1731, he was appointed Gon Dainagon, and he officially became the Togu no Daibu (Master of the Crown Prince's Quarters).
  393. In 1732, Ieshige and she cruised down the Sumida-gawa River.
  394. In 1732, Naosada assumed sojaban (an official in charge of the ceremonies.)
  395. In 1732, Nobunao was born as the first son of Tsunetomo MATSUDAIRA, the younger brother of Nobumine MATSUDAIRA who was the first lord of the Kameyama Domain, Tanba Province (at that time, the lord of the Sasayama Domain, Tanba Province) (Nobunao's date of birth is also said to be March 12, 1735).
  396. In 1732, rice price had a sharp rise in Edo due to poor harvest in the western part of Japan by locust plague, therefore double amount of rice was shipped from Sendai Domain compared to an average year.
  397. In 1733, he visited Nagoya from Kyoto to instruct on the repair and manipulation of the wind-up doll 'Tsuru' (crane) at the current Tenma Town, Atsuta Ward, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture, and the next year he revisited Nagoya,
  398. In 1733, he was appointed as Sangi (councilor).
  399. In 1734 at 28 years of age, Sadamichi was appointed as Master of Ceremonies ('Soshaban') and the following year (1735) was appointed as Commissioner of Temples and Shrines ('Jisha Bugyo').
  400. In 1734, Masayoshi succeeded his father as the lord of his domain after the latter's death.
  401. In 1734, as Jikuan became the resident priest of Manpuku-ji Temple in Uji, the Head Temple of Obaku sect, Tosai went to Kyoto with Jikuan.
  402. In 1734, this branch domain was abolished because Naosada became an adopted heir of Naonobu II who was Naosada's elder brother and the 8th lord of domain.
  403. In 1735 he passed the throne to Emperor Sakuramachi (his reign was twenty seven years) and he died in 1737.
  404. In 1735, at the bequest of the Kujo family, the Kawaraden Hall building was dismantled and converted into a Daishido Hall, a Hojo (abbot's chamber), and other buildings.
  405. In 1735, at the time when Imperial Prince Teruhito became the Emperor Sakuramachi, Sanemasa was appointed as Gon Chunagon (Provisional Middle Counselor).
  406. In 1735, he announced "Banshoko".
  407. In 1735, he resigned his post as Togu no Daibu because the Crown Prince ascended to the throne.
  408. In 1735, he was appointed to Gon Chunagon.
  409. In 1735, he was promoted to Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) and reached manhood at the same time.
  410. In 1736 when he retired, he changed his post name to Settsu no kami.
  411. In 1736, for the 149th anniversary of death of his ancestor, Yokoin (Toshikatsu HISAMATSU), he performed a Buddhist memorial service at Anraku-ji Temple in Mikawa Province.
  412. In 1736, he assumed the positions of jobikeshi (fire department under the direct control of the Edo bakufu) and Shoinban gashira (the chief of military patrol), and was appointed as Jugoinoge and referred to himself as Dewa no kami.
  413. In 1736, he became Naidaijin (minister of the center) and served until 1739.
  414. In 1736, he became Sweet Potato Goyo-gakari (a general affairs official) and in 1739, he became the superior purveyor of books writings/letters, Konyo left the sweet potato cultivation and became a shogun's retainer.
  415. In 1736, he was ordained to hokkyo (the third highest rank for Buddhist priests).
  416. In 1736, he was promoted to Jushiinoge.
  417. In 1737 he took over the position of the head of the family, then held the positions of Kyoto Shoshidai, Osaka jodai (the keeper of Osaka Castle), and jisha-bugyo (magistrate of temples and shrines) successively, and then assumed the post as roju in 1760.
  418. In 1737 he was raised to peerage and he was rapidly promoted as the head of the Seiga family (one of the highest court noble families in Japan at that time).
  419. In 1737, a kabuki play "Katakiuchi Ganryu-jima" (Vengeance at Ganryu-jima Island) was performed in Osaka, which was written by Bunzaburo FUJIKAWA based on legends of the duel; Ganryu has been called 'Sasaki' in many books ever afterward.
  420. In 1737, it was revived in Yadamurajo (present-day Shiro cho).
  421. In 1738, a sideshow manager doing business in the Abura no-koji Alley heard about a woman who seemed to be caught by the Osei-chu and visited her to recruit her into their show.
  422. In 1738, although he was exceptionally appointed as Udaijin (minister of the right), he resigned it.
  423. In 1738, at the age of 14, he had an audience with Yoshimune TOKUGAWA (the eighth Shogun), was assigned as Iyo no Kami (Governor of Iyo Province) and promoted to Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  424. In 1738, he became the Naidaijin (the Minister of the Interior) and the Udaijin (the Minister of the Right) (1738-1745).
  425. In 1738, he reached kaigo (became enlightened), and he passed down his family business to Waan around 1773.
  426. In 1738, the standard area of Kami Yashiki was set according to the daimyo's Rokudaka (stipend assessed on the basis of the crop yield of a daimyo's domain), but in practice the total area did not conform to it.
  427. In 1739, Emperor Sakuramachi ordered Munemoto NIJO to have the Nijo family continue to conduct inmyodenju.
  428. In 1739, he published "Daijoe Benmo" (the guide to banquet on the occasion of the first ceremonial offering of rice by the newly-enthroned emperor); however, he got into trouble for disclosing a secret ceremony for the Imperial court and was sentenced to 100 days' home confinement.
  429. In 1739, the minting of one-mon iron coin started at zeniza located in Jumantsubo of Fukagawa in Edo, Ishinomaki of Sendai, Oshiage of Honjo (Sumida Ward) in Edo, and so on, due to correction of high market price of currency and short supply of materials.
  430. In 1740, he finally met a teacher named Asaka UNO, and became his disciple.
  431. In 1740, the ''Kenbishi Shuzo" (Kenbishi Sake Brewing Company, Limited) which brew Itami sake was designated as the brewery of gozenshu for shogun.
  432. In 1741 he assumed the office of buke tenso (liaison officers between the imperial court and the military government).
  433. In 1741 she died at the age of 76.
  434. In 1741, he was adopted by Takanaga KYOGOKU, the fifth lord of the domain, and after Takanaga's retirement on September 22, 1765, he succeeded to the position of lord of the Toyooka Domain.
  435. In 1741, he was conferred Hokkyo-shonin-i (a honorable title that is given to Buddhist sculptors, painters and poets etc.) and called himself Yoa.
  436. In 1742, Sadamichi was promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) and served as the Shogun's senior representative monitoring the imperial court in Kyoto (Kyoto Shoshidai).
  437. In 1742, Takayori KUKI the seventh founded a hanko (a domain school) named 'Kokkokan' (国光館).
  438. In 1742, he became nishinomaru wakadoshiyori (a managerial position in Edo bakufu).
  439. In 1742, he entered Kaju-ji Temple and became a disciple of priestly Imperial Prince Kajujinomiya Sonko.
  440. In 1742, he inherited the family estate upon his father's death.
  441. In 1742, he was adopted by the Emperor Momozono.
  442. In 1742, he was adopted by the Emperor Sakuramachi and in 1743, he received the title of the Imperial Prince and was named Kunitada.
  443. In 1743 (or 1735) "Chikuyama-teizo-den" (Records on artificial hill gardening), which is said to be the origin of "Chikuyama-sansui-den" (Records on artificial hill and water), there was a description of 'karemizugata (waterless shape).'
  444. In 1743, Mototeru TAKATSUKASA who was at the rank of Junii (Junior Second Rank) and the position of Naidaijin (Minister of the Interior) died suddenly at the age of 17 on July 6, which placed the Takatsukasa family in danger of becoming extinct.
  445. In 1743, Sukehira TAKATSUKASA (Imperial Prince Kaninnomiya Naohito) inherited the Takatsukasa Family.
  446. In 1743, at the age of 26, he started a medical practice in Osaka.
  447. In 1743, he became a page.
  448. In 1743, he had his fourth son Munemura DATE to take over as the head of the domain (the Sendai Domain) and retired.
  449. In 1743, he imitated seal impressions contained in "Renju Inpu" (a book of impressions), which were engraved by the Ming-Dynasty Chinese engraver, Shuichigen kyozan.
  450. In 1744, Kanshiro ITAGAKI, who served as the guardian of the mountains at Amagiyugashima (Izu City), visited Utogi at the behest of Mishima's local governor for the purpose of teaching the technique of shiitake mushroom cultivation.
  451. In 1744, although he decided to resign all his posts because of illness, his offer remained unaccepted and died on December 18, at the age of 61.
  452. In 1744, he built "Ichiuan" (a retreat whose name means "A Shower of Rain") in front of Konkai Komyo-ji Temple in Kyoto.
  453. In 1744, he restored Choei-ji Temple (Higashiosaka City) in Kawachi, assumed the position of the chief priest and conducted his first lecture on Buddhist precepts, and thereafter he continued ascetic training and lectures on Mt. Koya and other places in the Kinki region.
  454. In 1744, he was born the eighth child (the fifth son) of Shinnyo (Higashi Hongan-ji Temple).
  455. In 1744, the hobei ritual was revived for the first time in 300 years at 22 shrines belonging to the Seven Upper Shrines.
  456. In 1745 33,000 square meters of land was donated by the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  457. In 1745 he returned to joruri world.
  458. In 1745 he was appointed to Udaijin (Minister of the Right) but he resigned his post.
  459. In 1745, 3,000 koku was added to his territory.
  460. In 1745, an ordinance was issued stating that 'if doshin (police constable) find townspeople wearing clothes like noshime (a kind of kimono for samurai), they should arrest them and confiscate the clothes on the spot, as townspeople are not allowed materials other than silk, tsumugi, cotton, and hemp.'
  461. In 1745, he became the Sadaijin (the Minister of the Left) (1745-1748).
  462. In 1745, he received the title of Sanbon (the third court rank for the Imperial Princes) and then, in 1749, he received the title of Nihon (the second court rank for Imperial Princes).
  463. In 1745, she adopted Imperial Prince Tohito (later Emperor Momozono), a birth child of Sadako ANEGAKOJI, naishi no suke (a court lady of the first rank), because she did not give birth to a baby boy.
  464. In 1745, the family started the sake-brewing business and produced sake worth 250 koku in 1785.
  465. In 1746 the land of custody reached nearly 90,000 koku; in the time of the eighth lord, Naganori ODA, he was asked to manage the land of 93,430 koku.
  466. In 1746, he was appointed to Kanpaku (chief adviser to the Emperor) (1746-1747).
  467. In 1747 he became Crown Prince and succeeded to the throne after his father, Emperor Sakuramachi passed the throne to him in the same year.
  468. In 1747 when Bunraku (Japanese puppet theater) "Yoshitsune Senbonzakura" (later the story was made into Kabuki) was performed, Yoshitsune's lawful wife was plot to be TAIRA no Tokitada's adoptive daughter and Taro KAWAGOE's real daughter called 'Kyo no kimi' (Lady of Lord).
  469. In 1747, at the age of 29, he set up 'Kyuro-an' in Asakusa of Edo, received apprentices for Haikai (seventeen-syllable verses), but afterward, he traveled much.
  470. In 1747, for gashi (congratulations) of investiture of the Crown Prince of Emperor Momozono, he was appointed as a messenger to the Imperial Court and was appointed to a chamberlain.
  471. In 1747, he abdicated and passed the throne to Emperor Momozono and started a cloister government; however, he died of heart failure due to the beriberi disease (1750).
  472. In 1747, he advanced to Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank).
  473. In 1747, he attained the higher rank, Juichii (junior first rank).
  474. In 1747, he inherited the property of 10,000 koku crop yield in a branch domain of Iyo-Matsuyama by his father Sadaakira's death.
  475. In 1747, he was appointed as Jugoinoge and referred to himself as Bungo no kami (governor of Bungo Province).
  476. In 1747, when Emperor Sakuramachi abdicated the throne to Imperial Prince Tohito, Ieko was formally decided to be the Empress Dowager.
  477. In 1748 at the age of 25, he succeeded the position of head of the family estate from Masatomi and performed his duty as the lord for 28 years until he died in 1769.
  478. In 1748, Gye-hui HONG, the head officer of the envoy, named the guest hall "Taichoro" (literally, a tide-viewing hall) and left a calligraphy writing the name.
  479. In 1748, after his father's death, he became an accounting officer and succeeded his father.
  480. In 1748, he assumed the post of Sadaijin (Minister of the Left) but stepped down from the post in the following year.
  481. In 1748, he became Betto (the head priest) of Todai-ji Temple.
  482. In 1748, he was conferred a peerage.
  483. In 1748, once he had returned from Edo, he went to Kyoto to worship at shrines which was his first trip to Kyoto.
  484. In 1749, he was adopted by Nobumine MATSUDAIRA, his uncle and the first lord of the Kameyama Domain, and then succeeded to the position of family head at the time of Nobumine's death in 1763 to become the second lord.
  485. In 1749, he was adopted by his older brother, Katsunobu, as his son, and inherited the Yuki Domain after Katsunobu's death.
  486. In 1749, he was given Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and joined the realm of kugyo (high-rank Court nobles).
  487. In 1749, thanks to his pupils' help, and he proceeded up to Kamigata (Kyoto and Osaka area).
  488. In 1749, the family became 御札座役 and was called Fudaya.
  489. In 1750 he resigned as buke tenso and transferred to Ukone no daisho (Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards), Umaryo gogen (Inspector of the Right Division of Bureau of Horses).
  490. In 1750 he took office as Jusanmi Sangi (councilor in the Junior Third Rank) and ranked among Kugyo (the top court officials).
  491. In 1750, Genshun moved to Osaka, accompanying his father.
  492. In 1750, Juzaburo was born in Yoshiwara and later adopted by the Kitagawa clan.
  493. In 1750, after receiving instruction in the Shindaisu (tea shelf) and Nagabon (long tray), Fuhaku returned to Edo and first established a branch of the Omotosenke school called Mokurai-an in Surugadai, Kanda.
  494. In 1750, he became Junior Third Rank in place of his elder brother who retired.
  495. In 1750, he left the Takemoto-za theater and returned to Toyotakeza Theater.
  496. In 1750, he worked as Shinkosha (a person who gives a lecture or explain achievements to the Emperor, the Empress, and the nobility) by invitation from Naosada II, the lord of the Hikone domain.
  497. In 1751, at age 18, he began to indulge in debauchery, but on the other hand, he strengthened the foundations of his studies, enthusiastically learning haikai (playful linked verse), reading gesaku (plays), and exploring the Japanese and Chinese classics.
  498. In 1751, he became the adopted son of Kanekiyo DAIGO, who did not have a son.
  499. In 1751, he stayed in Osaka, earned a living by painting, and returned to Edo region the next year.
  500. In 1751, he went to Osaka to study herbalism under Joran TSUSHIMA (Keian).
  501. In 1752 he was appointed as Sojaban (an official in charge of ceremonies), in 1756 he was assigned as Jisha Bugyo (the magistrate in charge of temples and shrines) as his additional post, and in 1760 he transferred to the post of Kyoto Shoshidai (the head of the governmental office in Kyoto) and was promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  502. In 1752, he succeeded to the family head and became the second lord of the Hamamatsu Domain due to his father's death.
  503. In 1753 he became Gon Dainagon (provisional chief councilor of state).
  504. In 1753, Unshitsu was born in Koren-ji Temple in Iiyama, Shinano Province.
  505. In 1753, at the age of 35, he served Masaatsu OKUDAIRA, the feudal lord of Nakatsu clan, as recommended by his mother.
  506. In 1753, he was appointed as the chief officer of Outadokoro (Folk Music Office).
  507. In 1754 he became Juichii (Junior First Rank), then he was promoted to Udaijin (Minister of the Right).
  508. In 1754, Toyo YAMAWAKI dissected the cadaver of a criminal who was executed in Kyoto.
  509. In 1754, he got married to Princess Shitsuko, the third daughter of Imperial Prince Kanin-no-miya Naohito, and succeeded to the family from Imperial Prince Yakahito.
  510. In 1754, he succeeded to Miyake (house of Imperial Prince) after the death of his father, the Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Sadatake.
  511. In 1754, he was appointed Sangi (councilor).
  512. In 1754, he was assigned to kone no daisho (Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) and Umaryo gogen (Inspector of the Right Division of Bureau of Horses) but temporarily stepped down from the posts in the following year.
  513. In 1754, the Sendai clan exposed kakushi nenbutsu within its domain and executed the leader, and even after that, there were several similar exposures.
  514. In 1754, the bakufu decided to ease regulations for the first time since the Genroku era and permitted the brewing of shinshu (new brew of sake) as well as kanshu (sake brewed in the winter) partly for the purpose of preventing a decline in rice prices due to a sequence of rich harvests in early Horeki era.
  515. In 1755, Fuhaku again returned to Edo and established the Renge-an within the Kanda-Myojin Shrine, whereupon he gave instruction in the tea ceremony to a wide strata of society, from daimyo and wealthy merchants to townspeople and artisans.
  516. In 1755, having reached the age of eighty-one, Baisao stopped selling tea, and also incinerated his beloved tea utensils.
  517. In 1755, he became Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) Sakone no chujo (Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards), the position which ranked with Kogyo (a Court noble), and in1758, he was appointed as Chunagon (Middle Counselor), however, he died early at the age of 12.
  518. In 1755, he became the sixth head priest of Hosen-ji Temple, serving for several years before returning to Ichiuan.
  519. In 1755, he was transferred to the Division of Inner Palace Guards, and became Naidaijin; Nevertheless, he resigned the position the next year.
  520. In 1755, when he was 40 years old, he surrendered the family business to his younger brother and retired (at the time 40 years old was considered elderly) to a life of painting.
  521. In 1756 he was adopted by the Koga family and the same year he was raised to peerage.
  522. In 1756, Norinaga, aged 27, who had studied medicine in Kyoto, bought "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters) and "Sendai Kujihongi (Ancient Japanese History): Lineage of the Mononobe and Soga Clans" at a book store.
  523. In 1756, Princess Shitsuko died and in 1759, he remarried Toshiko, a daughter of Munenao TOKUGAWA from the Kishu Tokugawa family.
  524. In 1756, he assumed the position of Naidaijin.
  525. In 1756, he moved to Edo and became a disciple of Genyu TAMURA (Ransui).
  526. In 1756, he was appointed as a Hanju (a Confucian scholar who work for a domain) and after 18 years in the post, returned to Kyoto.
  527. In 1756, he was appointed to shikoseki (anteroom seats for feudal lords and direct retainer of the shogun at the Edo-jo castle) to which no one had been appointed for 100 years since the first-generation Sadayuki MATSUDAIRA.
  528. In 1757, at the age of 39, he got married with the prostitute Shien (titled Gito).
  529. In 1757, he became a town doctor by opening his business in the Nihonbashi area (Chuo Ward, Tokyo).
  530. In 1757, he participated in a seminar on materials at Tamura school.
  531. In 1757, he was conferred Junii (Junior Second Rank), and appointed as Gon Chunagon in 1768.
  532. In 1757, he was raised to Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  533. In 1758 he was appointed to jisha bugyo (a magistrate of temples and shrines).
  534. In 1758 when Shikibu TAKENOUCHI was arrested in the Horeki Incident, he left Kyoto and went to Edo (present Tokyo), where he called himself Umon and lodged with Daini YAMAGATA.
  535. In 1758, he became Shonii (Senior Second Rank), then 1759, reached to Gon Dainagon (Provisional Chief Councilor of State), but entered the priesthood in 1770.
  536. In 1758, he changed his post name to Izumi no kami.
  537. In 1758, he was conferred Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in 1719 and ranked as a court noble.
  538. In 1759, a monk called Ekai rebuilt it.
  539. In 1759, he published his observations as an illustrated anatomical book called "Zoshi."
  540. In 1759, the issuing of new han bills was prohibited.
  541. In 1760, Kintsumu was even forced to become a priest; he was completely separated from the Imperial Court until his death.
  542. In 1760, at 27 years of age, he married Tama UEYAMA, who was born in Kyoto.
  543. In 1760, he was adopted into Kinkoto IMADEGAWA and in the same year, the peerage was conferred on him.
  544. In 1760, he was conferred Juichii (Junior First Rank).
  545. In 1760, remaining heyazumi (an adult-age eldest son who has yet to come into his inheritance), he was appointed Rekisaku sokuryo goyo (an official in charge of making a calendar and surveying of land) to support his father with Yasusuke TOITA and Hoshi FUNAYAMA.
  546. In 1760, the three-storied pagoda was restored.
  547. In 1761, Kondo (main hall), Kodo (lecture hall), and Nandaimon gate (great south gate) were rebuilt.
  548. In 1761, his territory was changed to the Karatsu Domain in Hizen Province.
  549. In 1762, Emperor Momozono died at the age of just twenty-two.
  550. In 1762, at the age of 44, he published "Kanyosai Gakuhu" (collection of his pictures).
  551. In 1763, Norinaga MOTOORI visited KAMO no Mabuchi who was on the trip to Ise-jingu Shrine, and became his disciple.
  552. In 1763, Norinaga finally met Mabuchi whom he had secretly admired and modeled after, and this encounter, known as 'the night in Matsuzaka,' made him decide to carry out extensive research into "Kojiki" throughout his life.
  553. In 1763, at the age of 45, he promoted the poetry style of Japanese poems and used the pen name "Ayatari".
  554. In 1763, he checked and corrected Gennai HIRAGA's "Butsurui hinshitsu" (Classification of Various Materials).
  555. In 1763, he fell ill and soon fell into a critical condition, and he adopted his younger brother Sadanari MATSUDAIRA as his heir.
  556. In 1763, he received the title of Imperial Prince.
  557. In 1764
  558. In 1764, at Osaka, he joined a group meeting of the Chosen Tsushinshi (the Korean Emissary) in which they communicated by writing.
  559. In 1764, even the following incident occurred in a guest hall in Osaka: Denzo SUZUKI, an interpreter at the Tsushima Domain, was hit by a stick seriously, and for this, a Tushinshi interpreter (都訓導) Cheon-Jong CHOI was stabbed to death with a spear in at night.
  560. In 1764, he assisted Gennai HIRAGA in inventing kakanpu (asbestous cloth).
  561. In 1764, he assumed the position of Nishinomaru Roju, and in the next year (1765), he was appointed as Honmaru Roju.
  562. In 1764, his father passed away.
  563. In 1764, the following year, Norinaga set out to work on "Kojikiden."
  564. In 1765, Egoyomi (picture calendars) became fashionable, especially among Haiku poets, and Egoyomi exchange parties started to be organized.
  565. In 1765, due to his cousin and the feudal lord of the head family, Sadakatsu MATSUDAIRA, suddenly falling ill, he was adopted by the head family and next day succeeded the head family.
  566. In 1766 when the Meiwa Incident occurred, he was arrested together with Daini YAMAGATA and Shikibu TAKENOUCHI, and the next year, 1767, he was decapitated and exposed at a prison gate for the great impropriety in the content of his book Heisho zatsudan" (a talk about The Art of War).
  567. In 1766, at age 33, he published 'Shodo Kikimimi Sekenzaru' (monkey who hears various things) of Ukiyozoshi (Literally, Books of the Floating World).
  568. In 1766, he became a disciple of the Reizei family of tanka poetry.
  569. In 1766, he succeeded after his father's retirement.
  570. In 1767, he published 'Seken Tekake Katagi' (Characters of Worldly Mistresses).
  571. In 1767, he was adopted by Tadato and was first introduced by Ieharu TOKUGAWA.
  572. In 1767, he went to Edo to become a disciple of Kikunojo SEGAWA (the second) and changed his name to Shichizo SEGAWA.
  573. In 1768 his Kanagawa branch building was destroyed by fire,
  574. In 1768, a four-mon brass coins was established.
  575. In 1768, by an order of the bakufu, he adopted the sixth son of Munetake TOKUGAWA, Toyomaru, and named him Sadakuni.
  576. In 1768, he became Togubo (Crown Prince's Quarters) for Imperial Prince Hidehito (later the Emperor Gomomozono); He resigned the position when the prince ascended the throne of Emperor in 1770.
  577. In 1768, he completed the first draft of 'Ugetsu Monogatari.'
  578. In 1768, he published his first novel "The Tales of Nishiyama".
  579. In 1768, he recorded the scores of Mingaku in gongchepu (a method of musical notation), and published "Wei shi yue pu" (Score by the Wei Family) as a textbook for his followers.
  580. In 1768, he was admitted to the court.
  581. In 1768, he was promoted to Shonii (Senior Second Rank) and Gon Dainagon (provisional major counselor) as well as Dazai gon no sochi (Provisional Governor-General of the Dazai-fu offices), but he resigned from Gon Dainagon that same year and from Dazai gon no sochi in 1776.
  582. In 1769, Genpaku's father, Genpo, died.
  583. In 1769, he was adopted by the Kazanin family, thus leaving the Nakayama family.
  584. In 1769, he was determined to study Western studies under Konyo AOKI in his later years.
  585. In 1769, villages in Nadasuji including Nishinomiya and Hyogotsu (the essential business areas of Amagasaki Domain) were confiscated as territories of the shogunate.
  586. In 1770 he resigned his post when the Imperial Prince ascended the throne.
  587. In 1770 when Emperor Gosakuramachi abdicated and initiated the cloistered government rule, he became In no shikken (high-ranked official supervising the matter of the Retired Emperor's Office) and served at In no cho (Retired Emperor's Office) until 1774.
  588. In 1770 when the Imperial Prince Hidehito grew up, he ascended the throne as the Emperor Gomomozono, succeeding the Empress Gosakuramachi.
  589. In 1770, at the age of 52, he built a monument in front of the Nobono Ouzuka Old Tomb of Yamato Takeru, who was regarded as the founder of Katauta (style of poetry).
  590. In 1770, he became Gon Dainagon (provisional major counselor), ranked at Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank).
  591. In 1770, he became Sojaban (an official in charge of the ceremonies).
  592. In 1770, he became the second leader of the Yahantei school.
  593. In 1770, he went down to Nakatsu by joining the head of the domain on his return home for sankinkotai (a system under which feudal lords in the Edo period were required to spend every other year in residence in Edo) and left for Nagasaki to study.
  594. In 1770, the sixth generation Naomasu bought a stock for the title of Goshi and appointed his first son Naomi to become the first generation of goshi SAKAMOTO family, at which point the family reached the social status of Myoji-taito, i.e., to have an accredited family name and as a representation of this status carry two swords.
  595. In 1770, with the enthronement of Emperor Gomomozono, he was appointed a chamberlain as a messenger.
  596. In 1771 he became Gon Dainagon (a provisional chief-councilor of stater).
  597. In 1771, Empress Gosakuramachi abdicated the throne to Imperial Prince Hidehito, thereby Emperor Gomomozono was enthroned, but he also died at the age of twenty-two in 1779 after his father Emperor Momozono.
  598. In 1771, Junan assisted Genpaku SUGITA in getting "Ontleedkundige Tafelen", a book of anatomy written by Kulmus.
  599. In 1771, at 38 years of age, the Shimaya was ruined in a fire, so he temporarily lived in the residence of a Shinto priest in Kashima Inari Shrine, and studied medicine with help of his friend, Kenkado KIMURA.
  600. In 1771, he participated in the translation of "Kaitai Shinsho" as well as Genpaku SUGITA and others.
  601. In 1771, he succeeded his father following his death.
  602. In 1772 the conference chamber (hyojosho) burned down in The Great Fire of Meiwa and all the documents on pardon were lost.
  603. In 1772, at the age of 55, it is said that he started teaching medical science to Akinari UEDA.
  604. In 1772, he became Juichii.
  605. In 1772, he entered Buzan Hase-dera Temple, and studied "Shakumakaenron" under Yukyo at the age of 22.
  606. In 1773 he retired to the kumi-yashiki (residence for general samurai) of the Mizuno family, however he remained active in the tea ceremony for more than thirty years until his death in 1807.
  607. In 1773, Juzaburo opened a book store in front of "Yoshiwara Omon" (a main gate to Yoshiwara), and first sold and published "Yoshiwara Saiken" (Yoshiwara Guidebook which indicates the names of prostitutes of each shops); he started to be involved in publishing business.
  608. In 1773, Katsutaka NASA wrote a book titled "Gisai".
  609. In 1773, at the age of 55, he got sick while traveling, and in 1774, he died in his temporary mansion in Edo, and his body was buried in Mukaishima Kofuku-ji Temple.
  610. In 1773, he became innobankandai of the retired Emperor Gosakuramachi.
  611. In 1773, he began working as a doctor in the village of Kashima.
  612. In 1773, he was granted the shigo (posthumous name) of Shoo Daishi.
  613. In 1773, he was invited by Yoshiatsu SATAKE to teach mining development.
  614. In 1773, he went to Edo (then capital of Japan) and studied painting under Ayatari TAKEBE and So Shiseki, both were the painters from the School of Shen Nanpin.
  615. In 1773, the former lord of the domain and his older brother Masahiro INABA died young without an heir, and Masanobu succeeded him by becoming the adopted heir.
  616. In 1773, when the achievement of their translation work became in sight, they published "Kaitai Yakuzu" (Illustrations of a dissectioned body) in order to check public responses.
  617. In 1774 he was conferred peerage.
  618. In 1774, "Kaitai Shinsho" was published.
  619. In 1774, he was granted Jurokuinoge (Junior Sixth Rank, Lower Grade) and assigned to Shosoku (Junior Officer) of Shudenryo (office in charge of the care and maintenance of all the palace buildings) and Saseikakannin.
  620. In 1774, he was transferred to Utsunomiya Domain in Shimotsuke Province and resided in the Utsunomiya-jo Castle.
  621. In 1775 he became innoshikken of the Retired Emperor Gosakuramachi.
  622. In 1775, Due to his father's death, he succeeded to be the head of family at the age of 2.
  623. In 1775, he inherited the Hojo Domain upon his father's death.
  624. In 1775, he was appointed Naidaijin.
  625. In 1775, he was appointed to Naidaijin but in the same year he resigned.
  626. In 1776 he assumed the post of buke tenso (liaison officers between the imperial court and the military government) and he has long served until 1791.
  627. In 1776 when a naturalist and doctor Thunberg came to Edo, Junan learned not only medical science but also a method for making specimens of vegetable from him.
  628. In 1776, Genpaku left the second city residence of the Domain and started renting a neighboring Hama-cho residence of 1,650 sq.m., a residence owned by Tobei TAKEMOTO (hatamoto [a direct vassal of the shogun], with a 500 koku stipend).
  629. In 1776, Kengyo Tomonoichi OGINO, who was celebrated as a master, compiled a book of traditional Japanese music of the Maeda School called 'Heike Mabushi.'
  630. In 1776, at age 43, he moved to Amagasaki in Osaka (near the present-day Korai-bashi Bridge in Chuo Ward, Osaka City) and resumed his medical practice.
  631. In 1776, he and Hoshu KATSURAGAWA visited Thunberg who was staying in Edo.
  632. In 1776, he fixed and restored an electrostatic generator 'erekiteru' that he had obtained in Nagasaki.
  633. In 1776, he joined Koki-ji Temple (Anan-cho, Minamikawachi-gun) in Kawachi.
  634. In 1776, he succeeded to family estate of 20,000 koku (approximately 3.6 million liters of crop yield) of the Nagashima domain at the age of 23 due to his father Masayoshi MASHIYAMA's death.
  635. In 1776, his mother Tamae died.
  636. In 1777, he became a sobayonin; as he got promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade), his territory was changed to 20,000 koku of Suruga-Numazu Domain.
  637. In 1778
  638. In 1778 he was born to Tomokazu IWAKURA.
  639. In 1778, Soen lived out his natural life at the age of ninety-eight.
  640. In 1778, Takaaki was adopted by Takasada KUKI, the fifth lord of Ayabe Domain, and had an audience with Ieharu TOKUGAWA.
  641. In 1778, at the age of 61, he proofread "Nihon Honkoku Kokijiten," which was a reprint of "Kokijiten," and wrote 'Honkokujo.'
  642. In 1778, eight Kengyo and two Koto were banished from Edo after forfeiting all of their assets for their excessively underhanded means of making profits.
  643. In 1778, he was appointed to Okuishi (doctor for lord and lord's family) of the Wakasa clan; in 1786, he died from kaku (an illness by which the patient can't take any food).
  644. In 1778, he was assigned to Udaijin (Minister of the Right) without experiencing Naidaijin (Minister of the Center), but he resigned from the post in the following year.
  645. In 1778, when "Kinmon Gosan-no-kiri" was first performed in Osaka, Koroku ARASHI (the third) acted the role of Goemon.
  646. In 1779
  647. In 1779 he moved up to Juichii (Junior First Rank).
  648. In 1779, Emperor Gomomozono died suddenly at the premature age of 22.
  649. In 1779, Iemoto TOKUGAWA, heir of the 10th Shogun Ieharu TOKUGAWA, died suddenly, which prompted Ieharu and Okitsugu TANUMA to conspire for the issue of succession.
  650. In 1779, appointed the Governor of Wakasa Province.
  651. In 1779, at the age of 62, he handed over his house to his son Tairiku, and began living in retirement in Oimatsu-cho (present Nishitenma, Kita ward, Osaka City), then around 1783, he moved to Dojimahama (present 1-chome.)
  652. In 1779, he assumed the position of sojaban.
  653. In 1779, he became Naikyobo no betto (superintendent of Naikyobo where officials gave training of singing and dancing).
  654. In 1779, he completed drafts of 'Nubatama no maki' (Black-Jewel Scroll), a commentary on 'Genji Monogatari' (The Tale of Genji), and other works.
  655. In 1779, he was appointed Gon Dainagon.
  656. In 1780 in the era of Takamura KUKI the eighth, an uprising broke out due to a tax increase, and several mercantile houses in the castle town were torn down by Uchikowashi (an act where people destroyed residences of privileged merchants or officials who were involved in misgovernment).
  657. In 1780, he bought a house at Kiricho in Awaji machi (the present-day 1-chome Awaji machi, Chuo Ward, Osaka City), and the following year he took up residence after rebuilding it.
  658. In 1780, he published a kibyoshi by a popular writer, Kisanji HOSEIDO as a start, and then fully expanded his publishing business.
  659. In 1780, she was born as a daughter of Dainagon (chief councilor of state) Tsunehaya KAJUJI.
  660. In 1781 he was raised to Juichii.
  661. In 1781, Terutaka took charge of trying to impose taxes on special local items in Joshu (Kozuke Province) such as silk fabric and raw silk, announcing it in August.
  662. In 1781, he was ranked to the level of roju and as 5,000 koku was added, he promoted to jiju (a chamberlain).
  663. In 1782, Kodayu DAIKOKUYA, a merchant in Ise Province, drifted and went to Russia via the Aleutian Islands, and returned to Japan ten years later.
  664. In 1782, he became Giso (a position conveying what the congress decides to the emperor) and served Emperor Kokaku.
  665. In 1783 he died.
  666. In 1783, he became the matsugo yoshi and inherited the Yuki Domain and was first introduced by Ienari TOKUGAWA.
  667. In 1783, he changed his career to writing; Joko SEGAWA.
  668. In 1783, he dissected a human body for examination in Fushimi.
  669. In 1783, he was appointed to be an assistant to Shudenryo (office in charge of the care and maintenance of all the palace buildings), Saseikakannin and Shikibu no daisakan (senior alternate adjudicator) with a court rank Jurokuinoge (Junior Sixth Rank, Lower Grade) and became a designated vendor to the Imperial Court.
  670. In 1783, he was granted the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) (he was later granted the rank of Juichii [Junior First Rank] in 1799), and experienced the Naidaijin (Inner Minister), the Udaijin (Minister of the Right), and the Sadaijin (Minister of the Left).
  671. In 1784 in the latter half of the Edo period, a golden seal was found on Shikanoshima island, the Chikuzen province (present Fukuoka Prefecture).
  672. In 1784, Fuyo died soon after he went to Edo.
  673. In 1784, Fuyo was invited by Yorisuke MATSUDAIRA of the Shishido clan of Hitachi Province to Edo, where he went with his wife and children.
  674. In 1784, Masakoto SANO assassinated Okitomo TANUMA, his son and vise-senior councillor (wakadoshiyori), in Edo-jo Castle, and Okitsugu's power began to wane.
  675. In 1784, as Kinga accompanied Cloistered Imperial Prince Kocho in climbing Mt. Nikko, he suffered from a kind of carbuncle which emerged on his back, thereby descended the mountain in haste, being carried on kago (Japanese palanquin).
  676. In 1784, at 51 years of age, he wrote a draft of 'Kanno Wano Nano Kokuo Kinin ko (A Study of the Golden Seal of the King of Japan, Chinese Colony),' and in 1785 he wrote a draft of 'Kaseiden' (a study of Manyo shu (Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves)).
  677. In 1784, he became the Oban gashira and served as sojaban and wakadoshiyori.
  678. In 1785, Tadatsugu AOYAMA, his elder brother; the third lord, passed away at the age of 21 years old without a heir; so he took over the reigns of family.
  679. In 1785, he became a roju and 5,000 more koku was added.
  680. In 1785, he was adopted and entered the Kuga family and was conferred to a peerage.
  681. In 1785, he was assigned to Gon Dainagon.
  682. In 1785, he was born near Koga-jo Castle as the eldest son to Tadanori TAKAMI (250 Koku of crop yields), who was working as Otsukaiban (a person responsible for order and patrol in the battlefield) of the Koga clan.
  683. In 1785, he was first introduced by Ieharu TOKUGAWA and referred himself as Shikibu shoyu (Junior Assitant of the Ministry of Ceremonial) after he was appointd as Jugoinoge.
  684. In 1785, inheritance of the territories of the Sasayama Domain
  685. In 1786, he argued his opinions on ideology, phonology and the rules for the use of kana (the Japanese syllabary) with Norinaga MOTOORI.
  686. In 1786, he became the chief of Outadokoro (Folk Music Office).
  687. In 1786, he was born in Omizo.
  688. In 1786, he was born into a family which lived by owning stocks in Watashibune (a ferry) bussiness at Itsutsume in Tatekawa, Edo Honjo (Sumida Ward, Tokyo).
  689. In 1787, Ienari TOKUGAWA assumed the eleventh Tokugawa shogun.
  690. In 1787, after the sudden death of 50-year-old Ieharu in 1786, 15-year-old Ienari became the 11th shogun.
  691. In 1787, at age 54, he retired to Awajisho Village (淡路庄村) at the northern edge of Osaka (near the present-day Awaji Station of the Hankyu Railway).
  692. In 1787, he became Naidaijin (Minister of the Center); In 1788, he took the position of "Toka no sechie Naiben" (Kugyo who supervised inside Jomei gate at Toka no sechie [Imperial Court ceremony]).
  693. In 1787, he married Masako TAKATSUKASA, a daughter of Sukehira TAKATSUKASA.
  694. In 1787, he took over as head of the family after his adoptive father, Takayoshi, died.
  695. In 1788
  696. In 1788 when the Great Fire of Tenmei occurred, his house burned down, but he was able to rescue books with designs and other data handed down for generations out of the burning house.
  697. In 1788, during the time of Sotsukokusai (or Sottakusai) (the 8th), both Omote-senke and Ura-senke lost all of their numerous tea ceremony rooms except for the utensils that had been handed down from their ancestors.
  698. In 1788, he completed the book after 30 years of confinement at home.
  699. In 1788, he had to undergo the hardship of losing his palace which was destroyed by the great fire that hit the city of Kyoto.
  700. In 1788, he lost everyting including the family tradition to the Great Fire of Tenmei.
  701. In 1788, he lost his estate during the Great Fire of Tenmei, but thanks to warehouse of the Kuroda family which survived, old materials have been passed down through the family to this day, while most of other Senke Jisshoku lost their family traditions and materials.
  702. In 1788, he reached to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and became a member of Kugyo.
  703. In 1788, he was dismissed from the office but returned to the position of Nishinomaru roju in 1797.
  704. In 1788, his book "Genen" was burned due to the Great Kyoto Fire of the Tenmei period.
  705. In 1788, it implemented the revision of the sakekabu system again, and as a result, it ordered some policies such as the production restriction decree of sake brewing to one-third.
  706. In 1788, the Hondo (main hall) was burned down by so-called 'Great Kyoto Fire of the Tenmei era.'
  707. In 1788, when court nobles, including Naruchika NAKAYAMA, notified the Bakufu about the situation, Sadanobu MATSUDAIRA, the Shogun's councilor, opposed it as an unprecedented case of providing the imperial title to a person who had not ascended to the imperial throne.
  708. In 1789 during the Edo period, at the time of building Imperial Palace, the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) ordered Kunihiko SHIBANO, a Confucian scholar, to conduct the historical investigation of kanpukuko (apparel in the painting).
  709. In 1789, Ienari married the daughter of Shigehide SHIMAZU.
  710. In 1789, Nobutame HASEGAWA, Director for Hitsuke Tozoku Aratame-kata (Investigative Division for Arson and Organized Robbery), proposed the establishment of Ninsokuyoseba to Sadanobu MATSUDAIRA, Roju (Seniour Councilor).
  711. In 1789, Shiso, who realized his days were numbered, made his pupil write at his dictation, after his death, his own younger brother Mototsugu OKUDA (Shosai OKUDA) found the manuscript while he was arranging the articles left by Shiso, and talked with the heir of Shiso, then published it in 1794.
  712. In 1789, after he resigned Naidaijin, he was conferred Juichii (Junior First Rank).
  713. In 1789, at age 56, he attended the deathbeds of his mother-in-law and his second adoptive mother at Awajisho Village.
  714. In 1789, he established the law 'Ryochu Keiritsu 89 jo' (89 articles of criminal law inside of the domain) as one of his domain duties.
  715. In 1790
  716. In 1790 Sadamasa KITAURA recorded that the stone chamber, in which some water were staying, was an extremely long one, 28 meters in maximum length.
  717. In 1790 he was conferred Jugoinoge (Junior 5th Rank, Lower Grade).
  718. In 1790, as part of the Kansei Reform, Sadanobu MATSUDAIRA, a roju (senior councilor), recruited the Confucians Ritsuzan SHIBANO and Kansen OKADA to teach at Yushima Seido; additionally, he ordered the Hayashi family, who worked for Yushima Seido, to protect Neo-Confucianism.
  719. In 1790, he lost sight in his left eye.
  720. In 1790, he was deprived of his post as inspector of Dutch interpreters and sentenced to a five-year house confinement as he had been involved in the mistranslation regarding a camphor export.
  721. In 1790, he was given the title Juichii.
  722. In 1790, the 'Aratame in' approval seal system was established, and various restrictions were enforced for publications.
  723. In 1791, he asked for resignation from wakadoshiyori due to his illness, but it was not accepted.
  724. In 1791, he became Sadaijin (Minister of the left).
  725. In 1791, he entered Mt. Koya and gave lectures on "Joyuishikironjutsuki" at Konsho-in Temple.
  726. In 1791, he held a banquet in Maruyama and more than a few hundred people came.
  727. In 1791, he wrote a draft of 'Kuse Monogatari' (a collection of essays), and collated and published Mabuchi's 'A Collection of Poems by Agatai (Mabuchi)' and Umaki's 'A Collection of Poems by Shizuya.'
  728. In 1791, succeeded to the position of family head at the time of his father's death to become the fourth lord.
  729. In 1791, when Banri was 14 years old, he studied under Guzan WAKI, and at the age of 21, he also took lessons of Chikuzan NAKAI in Osaka and Kien MINAGAWA in Kyoto.
  730. In 1792, he also became the medical officer of the Kishu domain and was entitled to the equivalent of an annual ten-man rice stipend.
  731. In 1792, he succeeded the 26th head priest of Komyo-ji Temple in Edo Nishikubo (present-day Toranomon, Minato Ward, Tokyo).
  732. In 1792, he went to Edo, making up his mind to apprentice himself to Genpaku SUGITA and Ryotaku MAENO.
  733. In 1792, his mother died.
  734. In 1792, she was received at the court as Naishi no suke for Emperor Kokaku.
  735. In 1792, the draft of 'Yasumigoto' (essays in criticism) was written.
  736. In 1793 the temple held the 100th anniversary of the death (99 full years from death) of Basho on a large scale.
  737. In 1793, Kodayu DAIKOKUYA, who had drifted and stayed in Russia, returned to Japan and told that during staying in Russia he had heard the names of Junan NAKAGAWA and Hoshu KATSURAGAWA.
  738. In 1793, although he was appointed Naidaijin again, he resigned the position shortly after that.
  739. In 1793, at age 60, he moved to Fukuro-cho in the capital (the present-day Fukuro-cho, Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto City).
  740. In 1793, he accompanied Sadanobu's trip to Edo Bay and produced a hand scroll called "Koyo Lanzhou."
  741. In 1793, he became the adopted son of Masatsune ABE and in 1796 inherited the role of head of the family.
  742. In 1793, he published the two volumes of "Kairin."
  743. In 1793, he started to use different Kanji characters '五瓶', which had the same pronunciation of the original ones, for his name.
  744. In 1793, he was born as the 2nd son of the 11th Shogun Ienari TOKUGAWA in Edo-jo Castle.
  745. In 1793, when Jussai HAYASHI inherited the Hayashi family and became Daigaku no kami, 'Yushima Seido,' which had been a government-backed school operated by the Hayashis, officially became Gakumonjo (a school) under the direct control of the bakufu.
  746. In 1794, he was appointed Chugu Daibu (Master of the Consort's Household) of Imperial Princess Yoshiko, who was a consort of Emperor Kokaku.
  747. In 1794, he was conferred a peerage; Since then, as the head of the Seiga family (the second highest family status for the court noble in Japan at that time), he was successfully promoted in the Imperial Court in a short period; In 1798, he achieved to become Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank), which gave him the title Kugyo.
  748. In 1794, his father, Gyokudo, left the domain.
  749. In 1794, the next year, he went to Edo (then capital of Japan) by recommendation of Sojuro SAWAMURA (the third) and became an eminent playwright of Kabuki play.
  750. In 1795, a Hanmoto (publisher) called Juzaburo TSUTAYA, whose assets had been confiscated due to his breaking a ban, introduced Sharaku TOSHUSAI as a revival measure.
  751. In 1795, he became Uji no choja (the head of the clan), and also became Kanpaku (chief adviser to the Emperor).
  752. In 1795, he used the go of 'Hokusai Sori.'
  753. In 1796 Korenori TSUTSUMI noted in "Korenori Jikken-ki (Diary)"that he, standing waist deep in the water, measured the stone chamber and found that it was 3 jyo (about 30.3 centi meters) in length and 1.5 jyo in width.
  754. In 1796, Nishi no maru (the western keep of a castle) wakadoshiyori (a managerial position in Edo bakufu)
  755. In 1796, although he became Udaijin (Minister of the Right), he resigned the position within the same year.
  756. In 1796, although he was appointed Udaijin (Minister of the Right), he declined to take the position.
  757. In 1796, he assumed the position of the seventh Nokeshoku (head) as a successor to Kozon who had been the Noge (master) of the Hongan-ji Temple.
  758. In 1796, he was bestowed Shigo of Ganchi kokushi by Emperor Kokaku.
  759. In 1796, he was ranked at Juichii (Junior First Rank).
  760. In 1797 he installed gas lights in Manchester, England.
  761. In 1797, he became 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).
  762. In 1797, he died at the age of 48.
  763. In 1797, he entered the priesthood and called himself Rien.
  764. In 1797, the lord of the Domain Harumori decided to continue the compilation of Dainihonshi following Yukoku's idea, and Tachihara left the Shoko-kan.
  765. In 1798
  766. In 1798 he took on sojaban (an official in charge of the ceremonies) at the shogunate, followed in succession by roles as: jisha-bugyo in 1804, Osaka jodai (1806) and Kyoto shoshidai (1806).
  767. In 1798 he was born as the second child of Chikamatsu Kisen (暉宣) of the Kensho-ji Temple in Kawachi Province (Yao City).
  768. In 1798 he was conferred a peerage and an official court rank of Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  769. In 1798, although he was appointed Naidaijin, he resigned the position.
  770. In 1798, at age 65, he went blind in his right eye as well, but Ryojun TANIKAWA, an acupuncturist living in Osaka, treated him and his eye got a little bit better.
  771. In 1798, he argued as follows:
  772. In 1798, he was appointed to be Naidaijin and Ukone no daisho (Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  773. In 1798, he was conferred Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) Ukone no Gon no chujo (Provisional Middle Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) and joined the realm of kugyo (high-rank Court nobles).
  774. In 1798, it took 22 years for him to compile the 81 history books "Zokushigusho" which covered the period between the Emperor Kameyama and the Emperor Gomomozono. (His history books stressed the legitimacy of the Northern Dynasty and denied the Yoshino court.)
  775. In 1798, on the death of Genzui UDAGAWA, who was Shirando's most able disciple, he was adopted by the Udagawa family and took over as head of the family.
  776. In 1799, 'Ochikubo Monogatari' (The Tale of Ochikubo) was published.
  777. In 1799, he became Chunagon (vice-councilor of state), but died during the following year.
  778. In 1800 she entered the court as Joro-dai (deputy post of high-ranking lady-in-waiting) since her older sister Tadako gave a birth to the crown prince (later Emperor Ninko).
  779. In 1800, Atsutane came under notice of Tobei HIRATA (Atsuyasu HIRATA), who was a Soko YAMAGA strategist of feudal retainer of Bicchu-Matsuyama Domain and lived in Edo for generations, in hatago (inn with meals), where he was working at age of 25 and became his adopted son.
  780. In 1800, he died of illness at his residence in Hirado-cho (present Edo-machi, Nagasaki City).
  781. In 1800, he received Juichii (Junior First Rank).
  782. In 1800, he was born as a son of Shigeyori NABESHIMA, the 27th lord of Takeo.
  783. In 1800, he was ranked Jusangu (honorary rank next to the three Empresses: Great Empress Dowager, Empress Dowager, and Empress).
  784. In 1800, she bore an imperial prince who became Emperor Ninko.
  785. In 1801 good quality starch syrup was made in Echigo and allegedly spread to the Kansai region.
  786. In 1801, after Norinaga MOTOORI died, he became a disciple of Ohira MOTOORI, an adopted son of Norinaga MOTOORI through Harukado MURATA to study Japanese classical culture.
  787. In 1801, at age 68, the age that Kashima Inari Shrine had once predicted he would live to, he compiled 'Kenshin Wakacho,' a collection of poetry that totaled 68 poems, and dedicated it to the shrine.
  788. In 1801, he opened his own medicine school, Kyuri-do, in Kyoto and contributed to the spread of Ranguku in Kansai.
  789. In 1802 he was assigned to Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  790. In 1802 he was conferred peerage.
  791. In 1802, he began the publication of a kyoka (comic tanka) picture book, "Ehon Azuma Asobi."
  792. In 1802, he built his own tomb at Saifuku-ji Temple (Nanzenji kusagawa-cho, Sakyo Ward).
  793. In 1802, he changed his name to Kasuke NAKAMURA under the tuition of Utaemon NAKAMURA the Third, and then he succeeded to the name of Sanjuro SEKI the Second in November 1805.
  794. In 1802, he lived in Gyokuzo-in Temple in Urawa ward and often lectured in Edo.
  795. In 1802, the bakufu ordered the contribution of one-tenth of the rice for sake brewing because of the high price of rice caused by flooding and so on.
  796. In 1802, when his father, Imperial Prince Kuniyori, passed away, he succeeded to the Fushiminomiya family.
  797. In 1802, when the fourth lord Nobutaka MATSUDAIRA died at an early age, Nobuyuki succeeded to the position of family head as an adopted son of Nobutaka to become the fifth lord, and was conferred to Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade), the Governor of Kii Province in December.
  798. In 1803 at a magistrate's office in Nijo, Kyoto and in the following year 1804 at a magistrate's office of a temple in Edo, he and Daiei argued with Chido and refuted his argument.
  799. In 1803 he was celebrated his coming of age and became Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) Bizen no kuni Kokushi (Governor of the Bizen Province).
  800. In 1803, Kyoto shoshidai (The Kyoto deputy) made Taiei, Doin and noge (master) Chido settle their dispute in Nijo-jo Castle and in 1804 recalled both sides to Edo-jo Castle, where they made them settle the issue in a magistrate's office for temples.
  801. In 1803, at the age of 75, he completed a series of books on his study, "Compendium of Materia Medica Enlightenment."
  802. In 1803, he collated 'Yamato Monogatari' (Tales of Yamato).
  803. In 1803, he left service of Emperor Gosakuramachi's In no betto (chief administrator of the Retired Emperor's Office), entered the priesthood, and called himself 竟空.
  804. In 1803, the year he came to know Norinaga, he wrote a maiden work "Kamosho" (Attack on the works of Confucian philosopher Sundai DAZAI).
  805. In 1804 he became Hyobusho (ministry of military), and in 1805 he was promoted to Nihon (the second rank of Imperial Prince).
  806. In 1804 he celebrated his attainment of manhood.
  807. In 1804 he put together his past survey results and submitted to the Bakufu a complete map of eastern Japan consisting of 69 large maps, 3 medium-sized maps and a small map (Further information on large, medium-sized and small maps can be found below).
  808. In 1804, Atsutane established Ibukinoya School and took in his first pupil; the number of students increased fast.
  809. In 1804, at age 71, he wrote drafts of 'Koganeisago' (or Kinsa, a commentary on Manyoshu) and 'Kinsa Jogen' (Additional documents of Kinsa); and the following year, 1805, he wrote a draft of 'The 72 Divisions of the Solar Year.'
  810. In 1804, he ended his life at Amida-ji temple in Kyoto.
  811. In 1804, he was appointed as Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state) and the left Imperial Guide Supervisor.
  812. In 1805 he was assinged Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  813. In 1805, Kanto Dsciplinary Police Agency (Kanto Torishimari Shutsuyaku) was established.
  814. In 1805, Ueda family received a visit of Ippo MISHOSAI who would later establish Misho school of flower arrangement in collaboration with Koho MISHOSAI.
  815. In 1805, he assumed Gon Dainagon, Outadokoro betto (an official in charge of managing and providing training for ancient Japanese songs and instruments) after taking various positions such as Sakonoe no chujo, Gon chunagon and Toka no sechie Geben (an official in charge of organizing and supervising ceremonies in the Imperial Court).
  816. In 1805, he began using the go 'Hokusai KATSUSHIKA' (as to the orthographic style, refer to the introduction).
  817. In 1805, he moved to Kyoto and began teaching Western Studies once again.
  818. In 1805, he was granted an audience with Ienari TOKUGAWA, the 11th shogun, to present the shogun with good medicine.
  819. In 1806 after the earthquake, the domain borrowed money of more than 1700 ryo (currency unit) from 52 merchants of the territory.
  820. In 1806 he was appointed Mondo no sho (Chief of the Water Office).
  821. In 1806, Kien in late life gained support from various feudal lords so that he founded a 'gakumonsho' private school (MINAGAWA Kien Kodokan) in Kyoto.
  822. In 1806, Sakukawa, then 28 years old, went to study in China's Qing Dynasty and allegedly learned Chinese martial arts in Beijing.
  823. In 1806, a draft of 'Masurao Monogatari' (A Tale of a Man of Valour) was written.
  824. In 1806, at the age of 12, he was taken in by Priest Kanko of Denpuku-ji Temple, becoming his disciple, and moved to Hiroshima Prefecture.
  825. In 1806, he opened a private school, Masugenoya, and took disciples.
  826. In 1806, he resigned from Outadokoro betto and in 1810, he also resigned from Gon Dainagon.
  827. In 1807 Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  828. In 1807 he was raised to Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  829. In 1807, Genpaku handed over the reigns of the family to his son, Hakugen, and retired from the job.
  830. In 1807, he threw the draft into the old well.
  831. In 1807, she came up to Edo by Shigehide's order.
  832. In 1807, she married into the 12th lord of Kaga Domain, Narinaga MAEDA.
  833. In 1808 when his father died, he succeeded to his father to take over the position of the family head.
  834. In 1808, a draft of 'Harusame Monogatari' (a collection of short stories) was written.
  835. In 1808, he became a priest at Nishi Hongwan-ji Temple, the head temple.
  836. In 1808, he opened a hanko Sotokukan (domain school, Sotokukan), and invited Keizan AKIYAMA and Togan ITO to educate the statesmen of the clan.
  837. In 1808, he took over as head of family after his father's death.
  838. In 1809 Jiju (a chamberlain).
  839. In 1809 she became Joro (high-ranking lady-in-waiting) of the crown prince and called herself 'Hosoi.'
  840. In 1809, a poem monument was erected to commemorate the above event within the ground of Kozen-an which was Senri's residence.
  841. In 1809, at age 76, he was admitted to the Hakura's residence.
  842. In 1809, he planned a grand scale fight caused by an argument among a group of friends, but it was found before it happened.
  843. In 1809, he was born as the second son of a feudal retainer of Kumamoto Domain in Kumamoto, Higo (current Kumamoto Prefecture).
  844. In 1809, he was born in Kawase Village, Omi province (current Minami-Kawase town, Hikone City, Shiga Prefecture).
  845. In 1809, she was born as a daughter of Jibo Sonsho-in Temple in Taga Taisha Shrine, located in Taga-cho, Inukami County, Omi Province.
  846. In 1809, when Masanori NARUSE got retired, he issued a prohibition of killing animals.
  847. In 1810 Jushiinoge (Junior Forth Rank, Lower Grade).
  848. In 1810 he was celebrated his coming of age (a ritual of Genpuku) and was conferred a peerage there.
  849. In 1810, at the age of 16, he moved to Osaka and went about asking for alms.
  850. In 1810, he died at an early age without taking over the family.
  851. In 1810, he died.
  852. In 1810, he succeeded to his father's position due to his father's death.
  853. In 1810, he used the go 'Taito.'
  854. In 1811 he was raised to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) Jiju (Chamberlain).
  855. In 1811, Beian served Toyama Domain, but in 1821, he went to serve the Maeda Clan of Kaga Domain for an annual stipend of 300 koku and commuted between Kanazawa and Edo to teach.
  856. In 1811, Kuniyoshi became a disciple of Toyokuni UTAGAWA (1769 - 1825) at the age of 15.
  857. In 1811, he became Goyo-gakari (someone formally employed for a specific task or position) for the Hikone clan, and received an order for 200 medamazutsu (a type of cannon).
  858. In 1811, he became a disciple of Sansuke KONDO (the second head of the Tennen Rishin school of swordplay) at the age of 20.
  859. In 1811, he married Taki of the Fujiki clan.
  860. In 1811, he married Teruko ICHIJO, a daughter of Teruyoshi ICHIJO.
  861. In 1811, he studied Chinese classic books under Doctor Shikuma in Ogo village, and in 1814, he studied medicine away from his hometown.
  862. In 1811, he succeeded to the position of family head.
  863. In 1811, he succeeded to the professional name Nanboku TSURUYA VI.
  864. In 1811, she died at the residence for the Satsuma clan located at Takanawa, Edo (present Takanawa, Tokyo).
  865. In 1811, when a peasants uprising opposing to the monopolization broke out in the domain, he submitted the proposition to the domain government twice calling for a reform, however, they were not accepted and he tendered his resignation.
  866. In 1812 (ninth year of Bunka of Edo period), there was a great fire that engulfed the whole mountain in flames, and more recently, the Main Shrine was burned down by a fire in Year 1945.
  867. In 1812 he was assigned to an officer of Konoefu (the Headquarters of the Inner Palace Guards).
  868. In 1812, aged 37, Atsutane finished writing "Tama no Mihashira" (The Concept of Afterlife) which was founded on Nakatsune's thought.
  869. In 1812, he became Unsui (an itinerant priest) at the age of 18, and traveled about various provinces.
  870. In 1812, he was born as the fourth son of Tadayoshi ICHIJO.
  871. In 1813 Jushiijo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade).
  872. In 1813, Kuninaga was appointed to Kamo Denso (Kamo-jinja Shrine messenger to Emperor) for both Shimogamo and Kamigamo-jinja Shrine, and in 1814, he was promoted to Shonii Gon Dainagon (Senior Second Rank, Provisional Chief Councilor of State), which he resigned in 1819.
  873. In 1813, he and his wife moved in a house (Yanaginobanba Nijo Kita) to live with his father, Gyokudo, and looked after him.
  874. In 1813, he died at the age of 75.
  875. In 1813, she died when she was seventy four years old.
  876. In 1813, she made judai (an Imperial Consort's bridal entry into court) as the empress of the Crown Prince Ayahito (the Imperial Prince Ayahito, later the Emperor Ninko), who was two years younger than she, at the age of 16.
  877. In 1814, he became the Kanpaku (Chief Adviser to the Emperor).
  878. In 1814, he left the post of Kanpaku.
  879. In 1814, he published the first edition of "Hokusai Manga."
  880. In 1814, when the Emperor Napoleon BONAPARTE abdicated from the throne after being defeated in the Napoleonic War, Louis XVIII (King of France), a younger brother of Louis XVI, ascended the throne to revive the Bourbon Dynasty of France.
  881. In 1815
  882. In 1815 Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  883. In 1815 he was promoted to Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade).
  884. In 1815, Ohide got into a fierce debate over Yorobisen with a jushin (a Confucian scholar and vassal of a feudal domain) of Owari Domain, Kanae HATA.
  885. In 1815, a merchant named Gonbei YAMAZAKI had Kabuki actors, Danjuro ICHIKAWA and Hanshiro IWAI wear Hakata obi sash to perform the Kabuki drama 'Natsumatsuri Naniwa-kagami' (Summer festival in Naniwa).
  886. In 1815, aged 40, Atsutane was in enormous rush in literary production and finished several drafts in the year.
  887. In 1815, although he was appointed Udaijin, he resigned the position.
  888. In 1815, he was appointed to Sangi (councilor), later raised to Junii Konoefu (inner palace guard at junior second rank).
  889. In 1816
  890. In 1816 at the age of 26, he published a Gokan (bound-together volumes of illustrated books), "Hanagumori Haru no Oboroyo" under the appellation of 'Kako' given by Hokusai.
  891. In 1816, England successfully changed the system into the gold standard system, and other European countries followed that.
  892. In 1816, Nariyuki was born the second son of Sadaijin (Minister of the Left) Narinobu NIJO and Tsuguko TOKUGAWA (the daughter of the lord of the Mito Domain Harutoshi TOKUGAWA and the older sister of Nariakira TOKUGAWA).
  893. In 1816, he succeeded to the position of family head at the time of his father's death to become the sixth lord.
  894. In 1817
  895. In 1817 (aged 42), he wrote "Ame no Iwafue no Ki" (the Discovery of the Sacred Stone Flute) that described details of the travel.
  896. In 1817 he became a retired emperor after he abdicated and passed the position to Emperor Nintoku (thus becoming the last retired emperor in Japan's history).
  897. In 1817 she became Gon no Naishi no Suke (provisional maid of honor) when the crown prince acceded to the throne and became Emperor Ninko.
  898. In 1817, Tsunako received senge (imperial proclamation) to become Nyogo when the Crown Prince Ayahito ascended the throne.
  899. In 1817, after Emperor Kokaku handed over the throne to Emperor Ninko to become the Daijo Tenno for the last time, there existed no Daijo Emperor.
  900. In 1817, he succeeded to the professional name of Zengoro the eleventh.
  901. In 1817, he was adopted by Emperor Kokaku and given the title of Imperial Prince.
  902. In 1817, he was born as the child of Genryu KUROKAWA, who was a doctor.
  903. In 1817, he was born in Kagoshima Castle in Kagoshima County, Satsuma Province (present Kagoshima City, Kagoshima Prefecture), as the fifth son of Narioki.
  904. In 1817, however, Nobuaki died of natural causes.
  905. In 1818 a girl was born, but his wife died later.
  906. In 1818 he was assigned to an officer of Omi Province in the same time.
  907. In 1818, Atsutane married to an adopted daughter of Atsutoshi YAMAZAKI, a disciple.
  908. In 1818, han bills could be exchanged by Rihe IZUMIYA, Zyuroemon HINOKUCHIYA and the Amagasaki Exchange Office.
  909. In 1818, han bills were guaranteed by Moemon and Jozaemon, the kakeya (a financial agent of the warehouse), and were also managed by a currency exchanger placed in Tate-machi near the castle.
  910. In 1818, the Edo area was officially specified on a map with a red line (called shu-biki), and at the same time, the area to be controlled by the machi-bugyo was shown with a black line (called sumi-biki).
  911. In 1818, the ketsuji system was established, but it was discontinued by an ordinance issued on September 29, 1872.
  912. In 1818, when he was 41 years old, Ohide passed the headship of the family onto his eldest child in order to retire.
  913. In 1818, when he was about 6 years old, he became a priest in Choko-in Temple in Imado, Asakusa.
  914. In 1819 he was appointed Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) Myogyo Hakase (Professor of Confucian Classics).
  915. In 1819, Hokiichi HANAWA edited them.
  916. In 1819, Rengyoku Kan, a scholar from Yamada (Ise City), described the scenery of Tsukigase in his writing, "Yu Tsukigase Ki", as below.
  917. In 1819, Tetsugenmonnyu HAYASHI the tenth died and he took over the headship of Hayashi family and became Genbi HAYASHI, through the good offices of Genjo HONINBO, who was the heir of Honinbo.
  918. In 1819, he attained the second highest rank for a Buddhist priest, Hogen, and assumed the role of head of the family after his father passed away in 1828.
  919. In 1819, he invented "Kiho", a powerful air gun for battle use, based on "Fuho", a toy air gun introduced from Holland.
  920. In 1819, he started practicing the medicine in Hagi region; however, he made up his mind with a higher determination to master medical science, then he went to Hita District in Bungo Province, to visit and work under Tanso HIROSE in 1820.
  921. In 1819, he was born.
  922. In 1819, he went to Edo, and got a room in the Kaga dormitory of Komagome Kichijo-ji Temple (Bunkyo Ward, Tokyo).
  923. In 1819, senban (player takes first move) and victory by 7 points against Inshuku HATTORI
  924. In 1820
  925. In 1820 a new road for Otani was constructed.
  926. In 1820, Choei moved to Edo and studied under Hakugen SUGITA and Choshuku YOSHIDA, both of whom were Dutch doctors.
  927. In 1820, Gyokudo died.
  928. In 1820, at the time of his genpuku (coming of age celebration), he was given a peerage.
  929. In 1820, he restored Hida-sosha Shrine which had been build in the Heian Period and had fallen into disrepair since the Medieval Period.
  930. In 1820, he was born in Nagasaki (present Nagasaki Prefecture).
  931. In 1820, his epitaph was discovered in Settsu Province more than 1,000 years after his death, and it is now designated as a National Treasure.
  932. In 1820, she gave birth to the first prince, the Imperial Prince Shizuhito.
  933. In 1820, she was received at the court of Emperor Ninko and became "Gon no naishi no suke" (a temporary maid of honor); She was promoted to "Naishi no suke" (a court lady of the first rank) in 1821.
  934. In 1820, shiroban and defeat by 11 points against Genan INOUE
  935. In 1821 he served as Naiben (a kugyo who supervised inside Jomei Gate) at Toka no sechie (Imperial Court Ceremonies, that took place on May 16).
  936. In 1821 he was assigned to an officer of Konoefu.
  937. In 1821 he was given a court rank.
  938. In 1821 zeniza in Hashiba, Asakusa started to mint Shimonsen coins, and after 1865 zeniza in Morioka, Sendai, Mito, Tsu City (Ise Province) and Hiroshima City (Aki Province) minted Shimonsen iron coins.
  939. In 1821, a Confucian scholar in Bingofukuyama Domain, Hachiro OTA, asked about this problem to the four iemoto.
  940. In 1821, a tombstone was built for the twelfth anniversary of his death, and it remains today.
  941. In 1821, at the age of 27, he accompanied Priest Torin of Ruriko-ji Temple in Yamaguchi and became a patriarch.
  942. In 1821, he became the adopted heir of Kagetoshi UTSUKI, and took over the family of Rokunojo UTSUGI with 350 koku (an old unit showing volume [1 koku is about 180 liter]).
  943. In 1821, he reconciled the debate between Gitai and Undo of Hongwan-ji Temple Gakurin (school) and brought an end to the confusion in the religious debate after The Sango Wakuran Controversy (The Incident that Disturbed the Three Deeds).
  944. In 1821, he transferred the head of the family to his son, Nobuchika BAN and afterward, he devoted himself to studying.
  945. In 1821, he was born as the first son of Seibei MIKUNIYA, a toy dealer in Edo.
  946. In 1821, senban and victory by 4 points against Chitokusenchi YASUI
  947. In 1821, there was a home in Bancho, Edo where misfortune continued.
  948. In 1822 he was conferred a peerage.
  949. In 1822 he went to Mt. Haku in Kaga Province, travelled around Hokuetsu and climbed Mt. Tateyama to do collection and investigation.
  950. In 1822, Kenkai became a disciple of Shoyo KAMEI in Fukuoka and stayed there for a year and half; in February 1824, he went to Nagasaki and studied under Philipp Franz Balthasar von Siebold.
  951. In 1822, Roro SAKATANI was born as the third son of Ryoya SAKATANI, who worked for a magistrate's office in Kumyo-mura Village (present-day Ihara City, Okayama Prefecture) of Kawakami County in Bicchu Province (Okayama Prefecture).
  952. In 1822, he became an assistant professor of Dutch surgery at the medical school in Sendai Domain by the recommendation of Gentaku and Hoken.
  953. In 1822, he conferred a peerage.
  954. In 1822, he published "Senkyo Ibun" (Interview with an Apprentice of Tengu) that he summarized what he heard.
  955. In 1822, the memorial service for the 200th anniversary of the death of Sansa HONINBO hoin (the highest rank in the hierarchy of Buddhist priests) was held at Jakko-ji Temple in Kyoto.
  956. In 1822, when he was 28, he returned to Priest Kanko of Denpuku-ji Temple in Hiroshima.
  957. In 1823, Ryodou (building where Buddhist statues are enshrined) of Higashi Hongan-ji Temple burned down.
  958. In 1823, he entered into priesthood (his homyo, a name given to a person who enters the Buddhist priesthood, was Rakusan).
  959. In 1823, he was given the Shinto deity title Okinakasakitama no mikoto by Sadamichi MATSUDAIRA, the 11th Lord of Iyo-Matsuyama Domain and enshrined in Shinonome-jinja Shrine in Matsuyama-jo Castle (Iyo Province).
  960. In 1823, he went up to Kyoto and made a tour around Kansai region.
  961. In 1823, her older sister Tsunako, who was the Emperor Ninko's nyogo, died young at the age of 26 due to a difficult birth.
  962. In 1823, senban and defeat by 3 points against Genjo HONINBO
  963. In 1823, the first son Sentaro (later Wazen EIRAKU) was born.
  964. In 1824
  965. In 1824 although he was appointed to Naidaijin (Minister of the Center), he resigned.
  966. In 1824, Bunsei Nanryo Nishu Gin/Shin (new) Nanryo Nishu Gin were issued with less ryome and, in 1837, production of countable silver coins was completed with Tenpo Ichibu Gin.
  967. In 1824, Honmaru was burned down by fire while cooking tempura to be served to Anekoji who was the 12th Shogun Ieyoshi TOKUGAWA's joro (high ranking woman).
  968. In 1824, a Karidou was built in Higashi Hongan-ji Temple.
  969. In 1824, he became a priest and was called "Priestly Imperial Prince Saihan."
  970. In 1824, he became an official painter of Hagi Domain and stayed in Edo for a while.
  971. In 1824, he was appointed Dainagon (chief councilor of state).
  972. In 1824, he was appointed Naidaijin.
  973. In 1824, it was decided that Morihime, a daughter of shogunate Ienari TOKUGAWA, would be married to Naomasa NABESHIMA, the heir of Narinao NABESHIMA (the lord of the Saga Domain); but Shigeyoshi went to Edo to make a petition to postpone the marriage due to the severe financial circumstances of the Saga Domain.
  974. In 1824, the Unosuke SASAKI became a bakufu ozutsu yaku in charge of the shooting practice field.
  975. In 1825 he celebrated his attainment of manhood and became Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) 武蔵兼介.
  976. In 1825 he was conferred Juichii (Junior 1st Rank).
  977. In 1825, at around three years of age, he read some books of around 1,000 words while in his grand mother's arms.
  978. In 1825, he left the domain for the problem of the Kagawa family's fuchi (stipend).
  979. In 1825, he retired and moved to Ishiyama, Omi Province, then took life easy.
  980. In 1825, he was awarded the rank of Juichii.
  981. In 1825, her younger sister Yasuko entered into the court as the second consort of the Emperor Ninko after Tsunako's premature death, and became nyogo with the imperial proclamation.
  982. In 1825, his wife (Wazen EIRAKU's mother) died.
  983. In 1825, senban and defeat by 8 points against Jowa HONINBO
  984. In 1825, the bakufu suddenly changed its policy and announced the restoration of old sakekabu system, thereby banning mukabumono from producing sake.
  985. In 1825, the railway that used steam engine was put in operational service the first time in England.
  986. In 1825, was promoted to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  987. In 1826 he died and Naohiro ANDO, the biological son of Naonori, took over the position.
  988. In 1826, Hirofusa was conferred a peerage, and he was appointed to Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) in 1833 after he had his coming of age ceremony.
  989. In 1826, 向二子 and defeat by 9 points against Sanchi (Shuntetsu) YASUI
  990. In 1827, Sixty thousands Goku crop yields (ten thousands Goku crop yields added)
  991. In 1827, Yasuaki, the lord of the Tahara Domain, died at just 28 years of age.
  992. In 1827, he entered the Joju-in sub-temple of Kiyomizu-dera Temple under the influence of his uncle Zokai.
  993. In 1827, he was invited to kaiyo of oniwa-yaki by the lord of the Kishu Domain, Harutomi TOKUGAWA, where he received a silver seal of "Eiraku".
  994. In 1827, he went to the capital, Edo, and became the toritsugi (an attendant who serves Shogun by informing of a visitor and convey the message) of tsukaiban (a person responsible for order and patrol in the battlefield) of Naoaki II who was the lord of domain.
  995. In 1827, his father Dosei gave him calligraphy lessons.
  996. In 1827, shiroban and defeat by Chuoshi (admit defeat before the last game) against Jowa HONINBO
  997. In 1827, the bakufu hurriedly issued an order to again allow mukabumono to brew sake as it had before 1825.
  998. In 1827, when one of his students, Kenzo FUJITA was arrested for being involved in the Osaka Christian Incident aroused by Heihachiro OSHIO, Sokichi also underwent severe investigation, which led to the closure of Shikan-do.
  999. In 1828, Jowa HONINBO issued Godokoro, (a title that was given in Japan from the beginning of the Edo period until the Meiji Restoration. In that period it was the highest official standing that could be attained by a Go player) and Genbi became a tengannin (additional person signing a written request).
  1000. In 1828, Masayasu KOBORI, Masamichi's nephew, was awarded with 300 bales and Kobori Family was restored as hatamoto (direct retainers of the bakufu, which is a form of Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).

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