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  1. In 1892, there was a campaign in Miyazu for construction of a railway, but this didn't bear fruit either.
  2. In 1893
  3. In 1893 he was appointed a director of a standing fleet, and then on July 18 of 1894, he was appointed a director of combined fleet during the Nissin War.
  4. In 1893 he was thirty-two.
  5. In 1893, Dr. Kikuji YABE, who was a Japanese zymologist, isolated sake yeast from Nihonshu moromi (raw unrefined sake) of sake.
  6. In 1893, after coming back from a business trip visiting Qing, he was appointed to the Vice Chief of the Staff Headquarters, assigned to the Senior Army Staff/the Commissary General and was largely involved in the outbreak of the Japanese-Sino War.
  7. In 1893, he became a teacher at the Kyoto City Dohda Senior High School of Art and taught ethics until 1904.
  8. In 1893, he died at the age of 62.
  9. In 1893, he established the funds for exchange of paper money, which accelerated the collection of the government-issued paper money and the paper money issued by the national bank.
  10. In 1893, he graduated from Teikoku University and became an English teacher at Tokyo University of Education; however, he had an odd feeling about the Japanese studying English literature.
  11. In 1893, he graduated from the university.
  12. In 1893, he moved to Osaka again and joined Amagasaki Spinners Ltd., where he was promoted to an assistant manager in 1894 and to a director in 1901.
  13. In 1893, he moved to Tokyo with the help of Yosaku NOMURA, who is in the head family of NOMURA.
  14. In 1893, he opened a cotton thread and yarn store 'Ito Itomise' at 2 chome, Azuchi-cho, and start dealing with cotton thread and yarn, too.
  15. In 1893, he published a newspaper, "Niroku Shinpo" as a director of a publishing company.
  16. In 1893, he resigned from the position of the Minister of Railways.
  17. In 1893, he self-published "Sekai ni okeru Bukkyoto" (Buddhists of the World), in which he expounded the necessity of obtaining the original Tibetan Tripitaka (the three collections of books making up the Buddhist canon of scriptures) as well as the necessity of exploring Tibet.
  18. In 1893, he took charge of the biography of Thomas MACAULAY, as one of the books compiled in a series published by Minyu-sha under the name of 'Juni Bungo' (Twelve great literary figures).
  19. In 1893, he was assigned to a privy councilor.
  20. In 1893, he was certified as an attorney.
  21. In 1893, he was given the title of viscount for his distinguished services and was raised to nobleman.
  22. In 1893, he was implicated in a plot of the Sohma Incident and imprisoned for five months; although he was finally declared not guilty, he was given a leave of absence as Chief of Hygienic Bureau, and he fell into obscurity for a while.
  23. In 1893, it was selected by Kameji ABE from a native variety, Sobe wase (early ripening variety).
  24. In 1893, the Military Command section was set up, but it was abolished soon afterwards due to objections from the Army.
  25. In 1893, the San Francisco Board of Education adopted a resolution to allow public schools to refuse admission to Japanese children (San Francisco Japanese Children Segregation).
  26. In 1893, the domestically manufactured model 860 steam locomotive with an axis arrangement 1B1 tank machine was completed with a design and supervision by hired foreigners in Japan.
  27. In 1893, the parliament passed a no-confidence motion against chairman HOSHI who was suspected of having received bribes in the Soma Incident.
  28. In 1893, with support from Yukichi FUKUZAWA, he visited the US to participate in the World Parliament of Religions held in Chicago.
  29. In 1894
  30. In 1894 he was re-elected in the forth general election of the members of the House of Representatives.
  31. In 1894 he was thirty-three.
  32. In 1894, Denken moved to Atago-cho in Shiba.
  33. In 1894, She compiled her letters she had written during staying in Japan for one year and published the book titled "A Japanese Interior" (Japanese title was "Kazoku-jogakko-kyoshi ga mita Meiji Nihon no Uchigawa" [A Interior of Japan of the Meiji period that a teacher of Kazoku Jogakko had seen]); and it produced a sensation.
  34. In 1894, due to being low in funds, he stopped holding special services at Chuo kaido.
  35. In 1894, four locomotives manufactured by Stephenson were classified as Type F and locomotives manufactured by Sharp, Stewart Co., Ltd. were classified as Type G.
  36. In 1894, he became a teacher at Tokyo Law School (present Hosei University), and studied abroad at University of Lyon and Humboldt University of Berlin.
  37. In 1894, he concluded the Anglo-Japanese Treaty of Commerce and Navigation with England.
  38. In 1894, he created 'Milne's horizontal pendulum seismograph' (Important Cultural Property).
  39. In 1894, he left the master's house to be independent in Osaka.
  40. In 1894, he made lectures traveling around Miyagi Prefecture, Toyama Prefecture and Wakayama Prefecture.
  41. In 1894, he took over Seikokan Painting School of Hosui and with Keiichiro KUME, started a Western painting school, Tenshin Dojo, and established an idiom called pleinairism which adopted the influence of impressionism.
  42. In 1894, he visited Niihama to solve an air pollution problem caused by smoke, which intensified during the 1890s and led peasants to petition directly to the prefectural government.
  43. In 1894, he was diagnosed with early tuberculosis of the lungs.
  44. In 1894, his older brother Chobei (the sixth) died (aged 61).
  45. In 1894, she married Otojiro KAWAKAMI who was a performer of student play (shosei shibai) as well as an activist of the movement for liberty and people's rights.
  46. In 1894, the Republic of Hawaii was established following the overthrow of the Kingdom of Hawaii in the previous year, so government sponsored immigration became invalid and was abolished.
  47. In 1894, the second son, Yoshisaburo (芳三郎) (later Jusuke HANAYAGI the second) was born between Jusuke, who became seventy-three years old, and his second wife.
  48. In 1894, when he was 17, Ichitaro made his stage debut at the Iwagamiza Theater
  49. In 1895
  50. In 1895 Japan started ruling Taiwan and set up three prefectures of Taihoku, Taiwan, and Tainan and Hoko-cho.
  51. In 1895 Japan's first commercial electric railroad was built roughly along Takeda-kaido Road by Kyoto Denki Tetsudo (Kyoto Electric Railway) between Kyoto Station and Kyobashi, Kyoto City.
  52. In 1895 after the Sino-Japanese War, the arguments on the ownership of Taiwan caused the rebellion of the residents of Taiwan Island, and Japan dispatched the troops and ended up occupying Taiwan.
  53. In 1895 at the age of 49, Takami received the Order of the Sacred Treasure, Silver Rays.
  54. In 1895 he published 'Junmaku Kyugoro Michitaka's Jiseki' (Jinmaku's Achievement) which was the first autobiography sumo wrestler had ever written.
  55. In 1895 he was thirty-four.
  56. In 1895 he went on his first tour, leading Shojaku JITSUKAWA's troupe.
  57. In 1895 some volunteers of martial artists at that time organized The Dainippon Butoku-kai association and promoted the spread of Kyujutsu, which was incorporated into school education to discipline the mind and the body.
  58. In 1895 the Heian-Jingu Shrine was built, restoration was done on the facilities like; Daigoku-den building, Oten-mon Gate and Daidairi Chodoin (a large main hall of Daidairi) in small scale than original ones inside the Palace.
  59. In 1895, Kinmochi SAIONJI proposed that Third High School should be graded up to the imperial university with the compensation earned from China after the Sino-Japanese War.
  60. In 1895, Kinmochi SAIONJI suggested to upgrade the Third Higher School to Kyoto University using the reparations obtained from the Sino-Japanese War.
  61. In 1895, Naojiro exhibited a large historic painting 'Suson Zanja' in the Fourth National Industrial Exhibition.
  62. In 1895, Prince Sadanaru led the Imperial Army infantry's fourth division brigade, landing on Hotei Harbor, in Chiayi City, Taiwan.
  63. In 1895, as Commanding General of Konoe Shidan (the Japanese Imperial Guard) for the Taiwan expedition, he went to Taiwan ceded to Japan after the Sino-Japanese War.
  64. In 1895, he assumed his duty as Japanese extraordinary and plenipotentiary minister to Korea.
  65. In 1895, he became a count.
  66. In 1895, he became a part-time lecturer in the Russian language department at Rikugun Daigakko (the Army War College), and then, in 1899, Tokyo Gaikokugo Gakko (the Tokyo School of Foreign language under the old system, the present-day Tokyo University of Foreign Studies) was established again.
  67. In 1895, he became president of the Gakushuin School Corporation and put his effort into education for younger people from Peerage families.
  68. In 1895, he became the first Guji (a chief priest of a Shinto shrine) of Heian-jingu Shrine.
  69. In 1895, he doubled as a Privy Councilor.
  70. In 1895, he got a job from Hochi Shinbun and wrote severe reviews on Kabuki play with the pen name of Onitaro.
  71. In 1895, he inaugurated 'Shishokai.'
  72. In 1895, he made lectures traveling around Shizuoka Prefecture, Nagano Prefecture and Aomori Prefecture.
  73. In 1895, he moved to Tokyo and built an Iori (a hermitage) called Shisendo (芝仙堂) by Asakusakoen Rokku, Shiba (Minato-ku, Tokyo Prefecture).
  74. In 1895, he read "Genji Monogatari" (The Tale of Genji) and under the influence of this tale he wrote novels focusing on psychological descriptions such as "Tajo Takon."
  75. In 1895, he returned to England with his wife Tone, resided in Shide in the Isle of Wight in the South of England, and continued his researches.
  76. In 1895, he was advanced in peerage to the count.
  77. In 1895, he was born in Taishi-cho, Ibo-gun, Hyogo Prefecture.
  78. In 1895, he went to Germany to study at Leibniz University.
  79. In 1895, in reverse, the SOMA family sued NISHIGORI for false accusation, and NISHIGORI was proved guilty.
  80. In 1895, it was named after the zymologist and presented at an international symposium as Saccharomyces sake Yabe.
  81. In 1895, like fleeing from Tokyo, Soseki resigned Higher Normal School and left for his new post in Ehime prefectural Jinjo chugakko (present Ehime prefectural Matsuyamahigashi senior high school) through the good offices of Torao SUGA.
  82. In 1895, the 'Dai Nippon Butoku Kai' was established, which started to promote not only Kenjutsu but various types of traditional martial arts.
  83. In 1895, the Nobono-jinja Shrine, which was consecrated to Yamato Takeru, was built next to the Nobono burial mound.
  84. In 1895, the Shiga prefecture agricultural experiment station established Omachi from Bizen Omachi.
  85. In 1895, the Sumitomo family moved its honten (principal place of business) from Tomishimacho to Nakanoshima 5-chome and opened Sumitomo Bank at the same place and deployed the Kobe Branch, Kawaguchi and Hyogo Offices.
  86. In 1895, trams by the Kyoto Electric Railway (later Kyoto Municipal Streetcar) started to run between Nijo-dori Street and Gojo-dori Street.
  87. In 1896
  88. In 1896 he died of tongue cancer during his term as a member of the House of the Representatives.
  89. In 1896 he formed the Shinpoto (Progressive Party), and in 1897 set up a council for financial adjustment with Saburo SHIMADA.
  90. In 1896 he received the title of danshaku (baron) for his achievements in the Restoration.
  91. In 1896 he was thirty-five.
  92. In 1896, Enpuku-ji Temple was constructed.
  93. In 1896, Gunma Prefectural Assembly decided to demand Ashio copper mine to close down operations ("The Proposal for the Issue of the Mining Pollution").
  94. In 1896, Heian-jingu Shrine was founded in Okazaki, which facilitated the integration of the area with the central part of Kyoto City.
  95. In 1896, KAWASAKI reorganized Kawasaki Dockyard into a public company, and he retired to the position of an advisor.
  96. In 1896, Michitoshi was conferred the title of Baron for his achievements, thereby being raised to the peerage.
  97. In 1896, Shugyo OGUCHI found "Nishi-Honganji-bon Sanju-rokunin-kashu" (the Nishi-Honganji collection of thirty-six anthologies) in Nishi-Hongan-ji Temple, introducing the extreme beauty of kana calligraphy during the Heian period.
  98. In 1896, TACHIBANA went to Tokyo and started performing and won attention.
  99. In 1896, Todai-ji Temple Library was established, and the foundation of Kangaku-in (Todai-ji) was approved.
  100. In 1896, a decision was finally made on this issue that the top of Mt. Hayahi-no-Mine, which is located behind Udo-jingu Shrine, is the legendary place of 'Aira no Yamanoue no Misasagi,' the tomb of Ugayafukiaezu.
  101. In 1896, an imitation of the monument was built nearby, based on To's "Nahoyama goryo-ko" (literally, a study of imperial mausoleum of Mt. Naho).
  102. In 1896, he amended the family code and, in 1897, promoted Teigo IBA, who had been riji (director), to soriji kokoroe (acting general director).
  103. In 1896, he established the Japan Wool Textile along with 27 other industrialists from Kobe city.
  104. In 1896, he established the Nanga Association of Japan with Chokunyu TANOMURA, Tessai TOMIOKA and others.
  105. In 1896, he founded 'Nitto Limited Partnership' to begin import of Chinese cotton and export of Japanese cotton.
  106. In 1896, he founded Kisha Seizo, a train maker, in Osaka.
  107. In 1896, he joined the Second Ito Cabinet and the Second Matsukata Cabinet as the Minister of Home Affairs (Japan).
  108. In 1896, he made lectures traveling around Okayama Prefecture.
  109. In 1896, he planted them at water inlets with lower temperature, then found one well-grown stump while others had insufficiently grown.
  110. In 1896, he received the title Baron.
  111. In 1896, he resigned as counselor of the Ministry of Agriculture and Commerce (Japan) to enter a company of the House of Sumitomo, and became assistant manager of the head office of Osaka.
  112. In 1896, he served concurrently as the Minister of Home Affairs.
  113. In 1896, he started an art group, Hakuba-kai, in the form of becoming independent from the Meiji Art Society.
  114. In 1896, he stepped down as the Minister of Foreign Affairs and recuperated in a second residence in Oiso and in Hawaii.
  115. In 1896, he was ennobled as Baron under the kazoku (Japanese peerage) system.
  116. In 1896, he was raised to the peerage of Baron, and for ten years from 1897, he served as a member of the House of Peers, and in 1917, he was appointed as Privy Councilor.
  117. In 1896, he was transferred to the club of veterans.
  118. In 1896, heeding strong requests, he became the second director of the Koten Kokyusho, a Shinto research and educational institute that been suffering a management crisis, putting great effort into its reorganization.
  119. In 1896, his first play, 'Shishinden' (The Throne Hall), was published in "Kabuki Shinpo" (Kabuki News).
  120. In 1896, his fourth daughter was born.
  121. In 1896, in the position of representative for the Emperor Meiji, Prince Sadanaru attended the enthronement ceremony for the Russian Emperor Nicholai II, as the official representative of the Emperor Meiji.
  122. In 1896, requested by Shozo KAWASAKI, the founder of Kobe kawasaki Zaibatsu(a financial clique or group, or company syndicate), Matsukata became the first president of Kawasaki Dockyard Ltd.
  123. In 1896, the army and navy bureaus were merged to form the Military Affairs Bureau, and the General Affairs, Judicial and Communication Bureaus were separated from the Home Affairs Bureau, which separation resulted in the establishment of the seven-bureau system.
  124. In 1896, the pro-Russia conservatives moved Gojong (Korean King) to the Russian Legation, and gained control of the government.
  125. In 1896, when 'Takekurabe' was published in its entirety in 'Bungei Kurabu,' it won great acclaim from Ogai MORI, Rohan KODA and others; Ogai MORI praised Ichiyo very highly in 'Mezamashigusa,' and many members of 'Bungakukai' began to visit her.
  126. In 1896, with the Imperial Edict No.13 of 1896 "Edict concerning organization of counties in Okinawa Prefecture," five counties (Shimajiri, Nakagami, Kunigami, Miyako and Yaeyama Counties) were created and island governments (Toshi) were established in Miyako and Yaeyama.
  127. In 1897
  128. In 1897 and thereafter, he sent his work to the Nanga Association of Japan competition, an association for which he served as judge.
  129. In 1897 he joined Gensuifu and received the title of Marshal.
  130. In 1897 he was thirty-six.
  131. In 1897 when The Law for Ancient Temples and Shrines Preservation (the prior law to establish The Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties) was proclaimed, it was considered to preserve the mural wall paintings by covering with glass, but that never happened.
  132. In 1897 with the enactment of Normal School Order, the ordinary normal school was renamed to normal school.
  133. In 1897, Iwajiro MIHARA (御原岩次郎) in Shimane Prefecture established hayaozeki (早大関) from a native variety, late growing rice, 'Ozeki.'
  134. In 1897, Japanese immigrants traveled to Mexico.
  135. In 1897, Saga-Arashiyama Station began operating as a stop on the Kyoto Electric Railway, and the original station building at that time continued to be used, with just the renovation done, until March of 2007; of all working station buildings under the jurisdiction of JR West, it was the oldest as of 2006.
  136. In 1897, as soon as he opened to public a part of company-owned land as residential land, many immigrants rushed to it.
  137. In 1897, he became the president of Tokyo Imperial University, School of Law, and in parallel with this, he took up additional posts as the director of the Cabinet Legislation Bureau and the Cabinet Pension Bureau.
  138. In 1897, he died at Meioin of Kanei-ji Temple, where he was recuperating from a disease.
  139. In 1897, he exhibited his last large painting 'Kaihin Fukei' (seashore scenery) in the Eighth Meiji Art Society Exhibition.
  140. In 1897, he invited the second Imperial University to be set up in Kyoto (now Kyoto University).
  141. In 1897, he joined an editorial studio in charge of compiling the Mori family's "Bocho Kaiten-shi," which was led by Kencho SUEMATSU, and served as the chief editor.
  142. In 1897, he moved to Qing, and had a close relationship with Changshuo WU and became his disciple.
  143. In 1897, he served as an assistant when textile manufacturer Katsutaro INABATA invited the French engineer Fran?ois-Constant Girel to give the first ever cinematograph show in Japan.
  144. In 1897, he turned over his enterprises to his second son, and retired in Kamakura.
  145. In 1897, he was dismissed as professor of Ryukoku University, and then he assumed the position as principal of Saitama Prefectural Urawa High School.
  146. In 1897, his opinions on the development of Hokkaido were regarded highly, so he was appointed as Hokkaido-cho Chokan (Director General of the Hokkaido government).
  147. In 1897, philosophy of religion was actually introduced and the word 'Shinto' was established in the academic field.
  148. In 1897, prior to constructing the Togu-gosho Crown Prince's Palace, he went on an inspection tour of Europe and the United States through the following year.
  149. In 1897, the Faculty of Science, Kyoto Imperial University was established in Shirakawa-mura, which started to make Kita Shirakawa also the student quarter.
  150. In 1897, when the Law for Preserving Old Temples and Shrines, the predecessor of The Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties, was issued, the temples and pagoda of Kofuku-ji Temple were renovated and the appearance of the temple has been continuously gradually improved.
  151. In 1898
  152. In 1898 Japanese language schools were upgraded to public schools.
  153. In 1898 Shojiro KOBAYASHI, in the first time it was presented to an academic society, claimed the kogo-ishi on Mt. Chikugo-Kora was 'a sacred ground, preserved and separated as a holy area.'
  154. In 1898 he participated in the foundation of the Kenseikai political party.
  155. In 1898 he was thirty-seven.
  156. In 1898 she divorced.
  157. In 1898, Happon School was renamed Honmon Hokke Sect.
  158. In 1898, Hawaii became U.S. territory.
  159. In 1898, Myoman-ji School officially renamed itself Kenpon Hokke Sect.
  160. In 1898, Prince Sadanaru received appointment to commander of the first division (Japanese Imperial Arm).
  161. In 1898, Shiki MASAOKA published 'Utayomi ni atauru sho' (Letters to The Tanka Poets).
  162. In 1898, Tosuke was appointed to the Director General of the Cabinet Legislation Bureau when the second Yamagata administration started.
  163. In 1898, he became a first navy man who received a title of Fleet admiral.
  164. In 1898, he became a professor at Tokyo School of Fine Arts (present Tokyo University of the Arts).
  165. In 1898, he contributed the report "Hi shin jisanka ron"(the theory of anti new self-contained anthem) to the news paper 'Nihon/Nippon.'
  166. In 1898, he formed Dobunkai (an association to study about issues related to China), then Dobunkai and Toakai which was formed by Tsuyoshi INUKAI merged and became Toadobunkai (an association of Pan-Asianism) and Atsumaro KONOE became the president.
  167. In 1898, he named it 'Kaimei Bokuju' (Kaimei liquid sumi ink) and commercialized it, and he founded Taguchi Company (present-day KAIMEI & Co., Ltd.) in Tsukudo Hachiman, Ushigome Ward (present-day Shinjuku Ward).
  168. In 1898, he published a book titled 'Seismology.'
  169. In 1898, he resigned the position as Minister of the Imperial Households, and yielded it to Mitsuaki TANAKA
  170. In 1898, he selected Tokugoro NAKAHASHI, who was a director of the Railway Bureau in the Ministry of Communication, as his successor, and made a foundation of Mitsui O.S.K. Lines.
  171. In 1898, he was born as a son of a junior high school teacher in Uwajima City, Ehime Prefecture.
  172. In 1898, he was married, but sailed out from Kobe port to Shanghai city in the November of that year.
  173. In 1898, he was sent to Japan as a priest in the Japanese Orthodox Church, staying there for less than a year.
  174. In 1898, he won a seat in the House of Representatives, however, he died during his term of office in 1901.
  175. In 1898, it was at this time that Prince Sadanaru received promotion to lieutenant general of the Imperial Army and appointed commander of the Himeji tenth division (Japanese Imperial Army).
  176. In 1898, merging with Shinpoto Party (Progressive Party, Japan) led by Shigenobu OKUMA who had opposing views against him, Itagaki formed Kenseito Party (the Constitutional Party) and joined the First Okuma Cabinet, Japan's first party cabinet, as the Minister of Home Affairs.
  177. In 1898, most government-owned forests were made Imperial forests, and a large supplement of state property was made into Imperial property.
  178. In 1898, people led by Tenshin OKAKURA erected a monument to him in Mukojima-Hyakkaen.
  179. In 1898, receiving strong support from Ito, the first Okuma Cabinet (so-called the 'Waihan Cabinet') was established with the Kenseito (憲政党) as its base.
  180. In 1898, so-called the Turmoil of the Art School occurred, which disclosed the affair between Tenshin OKAKURA and Hatsuko, Kuki's wife.
  181. In 1898, the Honjo-ji school changed its name to the Hokke sect.
  182. In 1898, the Honryu-ji school changed its name to the Honmyo Hokke Sect.
  183. In 1898, the second Yamagata Cabinet was launched.
  184. In 1898, they even tried to escape overseas, taking a boat from the Tsukiji fish market.
  185. In 1898, when the work of establishing Kyoto Imperial University was settled, Kojuro NAKAGAWA resigned from his post as a counselor to the Ministry of Education and became a businessman.
  186. In 1898: Became shakan (the dormitory dean) of Tokyo Imperial University (current the University of Tokyo).
  187. In 1899 he accompanied Yoshio KUSAKA in his trip to Korea for one month.
  188. In 1899 he married Prince Tadayoshi SHIMAZU's daughter, Chikako.
  189. In 1899 he received a doctorate in judicial studies.
  190. In 1899 he was thirty-eight.
  191. In 1899 when he was granted the degree of Doctor of Laws (as they did not have Doctor of Economics in those days), he participated in the establishment of the Bank of Taiwan, the central bank of Taiwan, which was under Japanese rule, on the recommendation of Shigemaru SUGIYAMA, his friend from his hometown.
  192. In 1899, Honmon Hokke Sect presented Seifu with the honorific title of Nissen Shonin.
  193. In 1899, Komon School was renamed Honmon Sect.
  194. In 1899, Kyoto College of Textile Fibers was founded.
  195. In 1899, also France obtained the sovereignty of the area around the Canton Bay, and the UK, in the Kowloon Peninsula and Weihaiwei.
  196. In 1899, construction of the Togu-gosho Crown Prince's Palace started (it was completed in 1909).
  197. In 1899, he assumed the post of the first Administrative Director of Imperial Kaiji Kyokai (present-day Nippon Kaiji Kyokai, Japan Maritime Society), and made an effort to organize Imperial Fleet of Loyalty and Courage with Imperial Prince Takehito ARISUGAWANOMIYA as President.
  198. In 1899, he became a professor of Tokyo Higher Normal School, as well as an instructor at Tokyo Imperial University, Faculty of Letters University, and he resigned the work and moved to Shanghai City in 1902.
  199. In 1899, he became manager of Besshi Kogyo-sho (Sumitomo Copper Plant of Besshi).
  200. In 1899, he became the 231st head priest of Kofuku-ji Temple and was appointed chief abbot of the Hosso Sect in 1904.
  201. In 1899, he became the principal of the Japanese-French Law School Foundation (present Hosei University).
  202. In 1899, he built a factory along the coast of Kako River and began manufacturing blankets.
  203. In 1899, he earned a doctorate in agriculture.
  204. In 1899, he followed the advice of Nobuyoshi IKENOUCHI, the older brother of Kyoshi TAKAHAMA who was his classmate in elementary school, and moved to Tokyo and studied under Mataki TSUMURA who was in custody of Kadono school.
  205. In 1899, he moved to Katsunuma Church this year after being assigned to Isawa, Kofu, and Kusakabe.
  206. In 1899, his health deteriorated.
  207. In 1899, it had a maximum of 68 members, but the following year some members left from the faction due to internal conflicts, so 40 members in the mainstream faction called themselves a 'Koushi-kai.'
  208. In 1899, it was founded by Tamizo AKASHI, a former mayor of Yanagihara-cho, and others.
  209. In 1899, she accompanied an America tour of theatrical company of Otojiro KAWAKAMI.
  210. In 1899, she went on tour in the United States of America
  211. In 1899, the Kyoto Railway opened to Sonobe.
  212. In 1899, the Ordinance on Appointment of Civil Servants was revised.
  213. In 1899, the Tea Party and the first Mushozoku (Unaffiliated Group) mobilized the supporters of the Saiwai Club in an effort to curb the power of the political parties.
  214. In 19-century Europe, scabbards made exclusively of metals were popular.
  215. In 1900 (as needed) the system was carried out in post offices throughout the nation, the use of private mailing cards was permitted, and finally, in 1905, the system was brought into full practice at post offices throughout the nation.
  216. In 1900 Sozaburo YAGI explored the kogo-ishi located in the Kyushu region and insisted that, 'these kinds of large constructions only appear as part of castles' and after that, the dispute between the sacred-place theory and the castle theory began.
  217. In 1900 he enrolled in Colorado College in their science and technology program, and began to be involved with YMCA activities.
  218. In 1900 he was conferred the supreme order and received Grand Cordon of the Supreme Order of the Chrysanthemum.
  219. In 1900 he was raised to baron.
  220. In 1900 he went to China to observe the Boxer Rebellion.
  221. In 1900 the Oshima island government and Hachijo island government were established in the Izu Island chain, and the Ogasawara island government in Ogasawara Islands.
  222. In 1900 the Rikken seiyukai (立憲政友会 Friends of Constitutional Government, a political party) was formed with members of the Kenseito former Liberal Party faction as its base and Ito as its leader; the fourth Ito Cabinet was inaugurated on the basis of the Rikken seiyukai.
  223. In 1900 the current Kansai Main Line route (from Minatomachi Station (current JR Nanba Station) to Nagoya Station) via Nara Station and Tennoji Station was completed; this route was used for the daytime express train.
  224. In 1900, Isoko became an actress called Kogame ONOE in the Kansai Region and was later reunited with her father.
  225. In 1900, Kizokuin voted against Ito's tax increase proposal using the partisan interests of Seiyukai Party as the reason.
  226. In 1900, Nobuo IMAI, a former member of Mimawarigumi (the unit of patrolmen in Kyoto in the Edo period), said, 'It was me that assassinated Ryoma', but Tani conversely criticized Imai by saying, 'There is no way Mr. Sakamoto could had been killed by you, who is performing a publicity stunt.'
  227. In 1900, Prince Sadanaru had a Tairin (visit by the empress, or the crown prince, or Imperial families) visit for the opening ceremony of a relocated school, Kobe Shogyo Koshu-jyo (Kobe Commercial Training Institute; Currently, Kobe commercial high school).
  228. In 1900, Ritsumeikan Gakuen was originated in Kyoto Hosei Gakko (Kyoto School of Law and Politics), which was established by Kojuro NAKAGAWA, who was the secretary to Kinmochi SAIONJI.
  229. In 1900, Russia invaded Manchuria under the pretext of settling the chaos of the Boxer Uprising (the Boxer Incident), which occurred in the Qing Dynasty, and placed all of Manchuria under its authority.
  230. In 1900, Yokota visited the Paris World Exposition (1900) with Inabata and his brother Masunosuke YOKOTA, and brought back a cinematograph again to restart the business.
  231. In 1900, after theatrical company of Otojiro performed in London, they visited the Paris World Exposition (1900) in Paris and performed at the Loie Fuller theater located at the venue of the Expo (they did not get permission from the Japan office).
  232. In 1900, for the first time in history, the number of Japanese immigrants to the U.S. mainland reached 10,000 a year.
  233. In 1900, he advanced to Lieutenant General in rank, and after serving as General Office Director of Education (later, Director of Educational General Directorial Division), on May 5, 1902 he was appointed as Chief of the 6th Division and took part in Russo-Japanese War under the 2nd Army (Japanese Army).
  234. In 1900, he assumed the position of soriji (general director).
  235. In 1900, he became a professor at the Department of Agriculture, Tokyo University.
  236. In 1900, he became the director general of the Ministry of Education.
  237. In 1900, he died of pneumonia.
  238. In 1900, he established the Rikken Seiyukai party to start denying transcendentalism within the government.
  239. In 1900, he issued a new magazine "Kabuki" with Takeji MIKI.
  240. In 1900, he left for England to study (he visited the Paris World Exposition on the way to England.)
  241. In 1900, he married Sumi DEGUCHI, the youngest daughter of Nao, and became a son-in-law, and changed his name to Onisaburo DEGUCHI.
  242. In 1900, he passed away.
  243. In 1900, he was divorced from Hatusko.
  244. In 1900, he was ordered by Hongan-ji Temple to go to London for a survey of religion and politics in Europe, and he came into contact with the latest trends in Buddhist art investigation at the British Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum.
  245. In 1900, he was promoted to Archimandrite.
  246. In 1900, he went to France to study Western-style painting.
  247. In 1900, immigration to Hawaii sponsored by private brokers was stopped.
  248. In 1900, it was enacted on February 23, promulgated on March 10 and enforced on March 30.
  249. In 1900, she entered Tokyo Music School, and studied the piano under Rentaro TAKI.
  250. In 1900, she performed at the Paris World Exposition (1900)
  251. In 1900, the Chosen Keifu Railway Company was established in Korea and Michitoshi assumed the post of an executive board member.
  252. In 1900, the Korean government set up 通信院 (Communication Institute) and became a member of the Universal Postal Union (UPU) to join the international postal network.
  253. In 1900, the book with the title "The original draft of the brief history of Japanese art" was published, which is deemed the first book written on art history in Japan.
  254. In 1900, the second Yamagata Cabinet revised the Department of War regulation and the Department of the Navy regulation, and determined that a 'minister (lieutenant general)' and 'a candidate appointed as War Minister and the Secretary shall be an active general' (appended table, appendix).
  255. In 1900, the temple was completely burned down in a fire.
  256. In 1900, when the school was opened, 360 applicants had applied for admission to Kyoto Hosei School.
  257. In 1900, with the establishment of the Rikken Seiyukai (the Friends of Constitutional Government Party; a political party organized by Hirobumi ITO), Itagaki retired from politics.
  258. In 1900: The section between Amagasaki and Nagasu (1M58C≒2.78km) was adjourned.
  259. In 1901
  260. In 1901 he died from an illness in the present Motomachi-dori Street of Chuo-ku, Kobe City.
  261. In 1901 it joined the union of four of the Kogi schools of the Shingon sect with the To-ji Temple, but it gained independence in 1907 and identified itself as the Yamashina school of the Shingon sect.
  262. In 1901 she divorced.
  263. In 1901 the Kyoogokoku-ji Temple formed a union with Yamashina school, Ono school and the Sennyu-ji Temple (Kogi Shingon sect) and they began to use the name of the To-ji School of the Shingon Sect in public in 1907.
  264. In 1901 the latter 100 volumes were completed and dedicated to Kishu Tokugawa family.
  265. In 1901, Hakutsuru sake brewery began to sell sake in 1.8 liter bottles and big manufacturers increasingly began to sell bottled sake.
  266. In 1901, Matsuki Village adjoining Ashio-machi was abandoned because of the damage by the smoke.
  267. In 1901, as he began sharing a room with a chemist Kikunae IKEDA for two months, he was stimulated and immersed himself in study alone in the boarding house.
  268. In 1901, he and his father clashed over their views of the Ashio Copper Mine Mineral Pollution Incident.
  269. In 1901, he assumed the position of Secretary of the Cabinet for the First Katsura Cabinet.
  270. In 1901, he bought Nakamuraya in front of Akamon (Red Gate) of Tokyo Imperial University, started a bakery and invented Creampan (custard cream bread) in 1904.
  271. In 1901, he constructed the Kanze Noh-gakudo (Noh play theater) in Omagari (present-day Shin-ogawa-machi, Shinjuku Ward).
  272. In 1901, he introduced an objective methodology into the accomplishments of Buddhist thought research to which he had been dedicated for a long time, and wrote "Bukkyo Toitsu Ron" (On the Unification of Buddhism) to advocate the thesis that the Mahayana teachings do not stem from the historical Buddha, which produced much controversy.
  273. In 1901, he served as a part-time lecturer of the Russian language department at Kaigun Daigakko (Naval Staff College).
  274. In 1901, he took office as Minister for Foreign Affairs in the First Katsura Cabinet.
  275. In 1901, he took up the post of the professor at the School of Law, Tokyo Imperial University.
  276. In 1901, he was conferred the degree of Doctor of Literature.
  277. In 1901, her adoptive mother Kame HAMADA passed away
  278. In 1901, she met with an American, George Morgan, who proposed marriage.
  279. In 1901, she went on tour in Europe
  280. In 1901, she went to France.
  281. In 1901, the 'Integrated Selection System' was adopted in the entrance examinations for higher schools.
  282. In 1901, the assemblies of the States of California and Nevada sent the federal government a proposal that Japanese immigration be restrained.
  283. In 1901, when he was chairman of Tokyo City Assembly, he was stabbed to death by Sotaro IBA (the 10th head of Shingyoto-ryu swordplay school) at the Tokyo city council's room in the city government office.
  284. In 1901, when the Higashi Hongan-ji Temple moved Shinshu University (present Otani University) to Sugamo, Tokyo from Kyoto, he became a professor at the university.
  285. In 1901: Shigetane ISHIWATA, an engineer (later, the head of the institute) discovered Kaiko Sotto-byo-kin (a Gram-positive, soil-dwelling bacterium) from silkworms.
  286. In 1902
  287. In 1902 he opened the Meiji-za Theater (which later became the Kyoto Shochiku-za Theatre) in Shinkyogoku, Kyoto.
  288. In 1902 he was bestowed a title of Koshaku and he established the Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA Family aside from the main branch of Tokugawa Family.
  289. In 1902 he was fourty-one.
  290. In 1902 she left for Copenhagen, Denmark as a member of a traveling entertainer group.
  291. In 1902 she left for Denmark to be a dancer of entertainment shows at the zoo in Copenhagen.
  292. In 1902, 'Kogane no Shachi Uwasa no Takanami' (written as a collaboration with Onitaro OKA) was performed in the Kabuki-za Theater.
  293. In 1902, 1918, and 1931, some villages in Kadono County and Kii County were integrated into the Ward.
  294. In 1902, Emperor Taisho, who was still the Crown Prince then, visited Shiobara for the first time.
  295. In 1902, Kyoto College of Technology was founded.
  296. In 1902, Kyutaro ABIKO founded a human resources company for Japanese, 'Nihonjin Kangyosha' (Japanese Industrial Promotion Company) (later 'Nichibei Kangyosha' [U.S.-Japan Industrial Promotion Company]).
  297. In 1902, Minister of Education Dairoku KIKUCHI (former president of the University of Tokyo) of the first Katsura Cabinet said that 'imperial universities other than Tokyo and Kyoto Imperial Universities were unnecessary' and proposed a draft of establishment of practical vocational schools.
  298. In 1902, Rikusho Kyokai (Rikusyo Association) held an exhibition, resembling the forms of present organizations for calligraphy.
  299. In 1902, Yone (Yonejiro) NOGUCHI (father of Isamu NOGUCHI) published the first book to be published in America by a Japanese, "The American Diary of a Japanese Girl."
  300. In 1902, Yorikuni INOUE and Ariyoshi SAEKI, both of whom were lecturers at Koten Kokyusho (a research institute for Shinto), put punctuation marks and guiding marks beside Chinese characters on the original text proofed by Harumichi YANO, which had been owned by the Suzuka family.
  301. In 1902, after being deeply impressed by a lecture at the Student Mission Voluntary Army Congress, he decided to devote himself to missionary work abroad.
  302. In 1902, he died at age of 80 in his home in Tokyo.
  303. In 1902, he established a butter factory.
  304. In 1902, he lectured on Zen to Americans for the first time at the Engaku-ji Temple.
  305. In 1902, he was dismissed from his position as the chief priest and his name was removed from priesthood because he was involved in the reform movement at Higashi Hongan-ji Temple (the punishment of removing his name was later rescinded).
  306. In 1902, he was elected to be a member of the House of Representatives, but he came under suspicion as the spy of the Russian Empire when Russian Spy Incident occurred.
  307. In 1902, resigned from the Yomiuri Shimbun and joined the Nirokushimpo.
  308. In 1902, students graduated from those four schools and they were supposed to become first teachers without taking examination after graduation of private universities.
  309. In 1902, the anti-Japanese movements by the Han Chinese were put down and the weapons owned by civilians were confiscated.
  310. In 1902, this shrine was promoted from Gosha (a village shrine) to Kensha (a prefectural shrine).
  311. In 1902: The training course for Sericulture was created. (the course term was changed: the regular course term was two years/the special course term was six months)
  312. In 1903 Furukawa left for the capital and started working in horticulture.
  313. In 1903 he received a medal for merit, the Order of the Sacred Treasure.
  314. In 1903 he was fourty-two.
  315. In 1903 on the occasion of the fifth Domestic Industrial Promotion Exhibition, he, together with Sentaro YAMAOKA and others, planned to establish a zoo in Osaka and published "Yokyo Dobutsu-en Shuyo Dobutsu Mokuroku oyobi Kaisetsu" (a list and explanation of animals which could be kept in the zoo).
  316. In 1903 she died of food intoxication in Azabu, Tokyo.
  317. In 1903, 'Imamuraya' (currenttly HACHI SHOKUHIN KK.) in Osaka manufactured and sold the first curry powder in Japan.
  318. In 1903, Kiyoki SAIBARA moved to the State of Texas, and succeeded in a rice cultivation enterprise set up there.
  319. In 1903, Prince Sadanaru became the president of The Dai Nippon Butoku Kai (Greater Japan Martial Virtue Society).
  320. In 1903, Tsuruzo NAGAOKA who came from Yubari thought of establishing an organization for mine workers in Ashio, like Dainihon Rodo Shiseikai in Yubari, but it didn't work out at that time.
  321. In 1903, after returning to Japan, he became an instructor at Tokyo University.
  322. In 1903, at the request of Hiroji KINOSHITA, NAKAGAWA returned to government service as Secretary of Kyoto Imperial University.
  323. In 1903, he became a member of the House of Peers by a compilation by Imperial command.
  324. In 1903, he became the army general.
  325. In 1903, he formed a Tairo-doshikai (a group which insisted on a hard-line position against Russia).
  326. In 1903, he gave their parents' house in Kyoto to his younger brother Shoseki KAWAI and moved to Shitaya, Tokyo where he started a family.
  327. In 1903, he left his post at Shinano-Mainichi Shimbun and went back to Tokyo, and launched the first issue of "Dokuritsu Hyoron" (Independent Criticism) in January the same year.
  328. In 1903, he moved to Tokyo with the aim of becoming a calligrapher.
  329. In 1903, he returned to Japan.
  330. In 1903, he succeeded Ito as the Prime Minister, and he was named Prime Minister twice, in 1906 and in 1911.
  331. In 1903, he took over Kawai Seiseiken, his family business, since Senro moved to Tokyo.
  332. In 1903, he was appointed as an second lieutenant of navy and when serving on Cruiser "Azuma," (the armored cruiser class), he experienced the Japanese-Russo War.
  333. In 1903, he was appointed kannushi of the Horyu-ji Temple at the age of thirty-seven.
  334. In 1903, he was appointed to the chief abbot of the Kencho-ji School as well.
  335. In 1903, he was elected as the tenth chairman of the House of Representatives, but in the nineteenth opening ceremony of the House in December, he, from his position as hard-liners, read impeachment of Taro KATSURA Cabinet in Hotobun (response speech) to the imperial rescript (Hotobun Incident).
  336. In 1903, the Japan National Railways model 230 steam locomotive with an axis arrangement 1B1 tank machine was completed at Kisha Seizo founded by Masaru INOUE and his group.
  337. In 1903, the organization was changed to 'Shiritsu Kyoto Hosei Senmon Gakko (Private Kyoto Law and Politics Technical School)' in compliance with the Acts of Colleges.
  338. In 1903, the three-storied pagoda was dismantled and thoroughly restored.
  339. In 1904
  340. In 1904 he met Shozo MAKINO, manager of Senbonza Theater located in Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City during his tour in Kasaoka City, Okayama Prefecture.
  341. In 1904 he was fourty-three.
  342. In 1904 the designation as tosho was eliminated, a town and village system was implemented "in the same manners as in the mainland" and four counties were restored.
  343. In 1904 the dining car was connected to the express train.
  344. In 1904, 'Sanchoan,' a restaurant in Waseda, Tokyo, put curry udon (thick Japanese wheat noodles with curry soup) on the menu for the first time.
  345. In 1904, Prince Sadanaru returned to Liaodong Peninsula, this time for the Japanese-Russo War.
  346. In 1904, Sadakichi KIDA published a thesis 'the history of Emperor Otomo with precedents of succession of empresses to the Imperial Throne' to suggest that there was a possibility that an empress was put up in the Jinshin year.
  347. In 1904, Tanetatsu died from illness.
  348. In 1904, Toson SHIMAZAKI published his novel 'Yashi no hakage' in a magazine 'Myojo,' modeled after Sensho's life.
  349. In 1904, a consolidation of Kinki region railway companies was negotiated, and both Nara Railway and Nanwa Railway decided to merge with Kansei Railway Company.
  350. In 1904, after graduation, she worked as a supporting teacher in Tokyo Music School.
  351. In 1904, by an imperial order, Prince Kachonomiya Hirotada, who was the second prince of Prince Hiroyasu, entered Kacho no miya.
  352. In 1904, he also became an instructor at Meiji University.
  353. In 1904, he graduated from the philosophy department of Colorado College, and then took up the post of assistant secretary of the YMCA in Colorado Springs.
  354. In 1904, he was appointed to assistant professor of sword fencing and naginata jutsu (art of Japanese halberd) at the headquarters of the Dai Nippon Butoku Kai, so he moved to Kyoto City where the headquarters are.
  355. In 1904, he wrote his first Kabuki play, "Atakanoseki" (The Ataka Barrier).
  356. In 1904, it opened a store at Rokkaku-dori Gokomachi-dori Street in Kyoto City under the name Kunieda Shoten.
  357. In 1904, the National Research Institute of Brewing was established under the Ministry of Finance.
  358. In 1904, the Russo-Japanese War started.
  359. In 1904, the party supported the Katsura Cabinet on Russo-Japanese War.
  360. In 1904, the section between Fukuchiyama and Shin-Maizuru (currently Higashi-Maizuru Station) by way of Ayabe--which was rushed by the military in order to open to traffic up to the Maizuru army base as a military railway for the strategy against Russia--was opened to traffic under the control of the government.
  361. In 1904, two years after the conclusion of the treaty, the Russo-Japanese War broke out.
  362. In 1904, when the economics department was established, and its teaching contents went beyond the limit as a law and politics school, it needed a new name to embody its substance.
  363. In 1905
  364. In 1905 he was awarded the Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun with Paulowina Flower.
  365. In 1905 he was fourty-four.
  366. In 1905 the school received approval to succeed in name from 'Shijuku Ritsumeikan,' which had been established by Kinmochi SAIONJI in his private space at the Kyoto Imperial Palace in 1869, and in 1913 established the 'Ritsumeikan Foundation' and renamed it as the 'Private Ritsumeikan University.'
  367. In 1905, 'Issunboshi' with lyrics written by Sazanami IWAYA appeared in "Jinjo Shogaku Shoka" (songs collected for common elementary education), and it continues to be sung by children.
  368. In 1905, 'Kyoto Hosei School,' which was allowed to inherit the name 'Shijuku Ritsumeikan' by Kinmochi SAIONJI, established 'Ritsumeikan Foundation' in 1913, and renamed the university 'Ritsumeikan University' and the junior high school 'Ritsumeikan Junior/Senior High Schools.'
  369. In 1905, Chau went to Japan, where he sought military aid from Japanese and Chinese revolutionaries for Vietnamese cause, however, they criticized him for his idea of resorting to armed uprising and urged on him the importance of human resource development.
  370. In 1905, He started serially publishing 'Wagahai wa neko dearu' for "Hototogisu."
  371. In 1905, Hisataro died in the Japanese-Russo War, and therefore, the direct line of Isami KONDO came to an end.
  372. In 1905, Prince Sadanaru returned to Japan from the United Sates; he would then become president of The Dai Nihon Silk Foundation (Japanese National Silk Foundation).
  373. In 1905, Tsubono took responsibility over the buyout of premises of Higashiyama Isolation Hospital by resigning with the assistant mayor.
  374. In 1905, a sweet shop Matsuoka-ken made it first.
  375. In 1905, all their lines were assigned to Kansei Railway Company, which was nationalized in 1907.
  376. In 1905, he acted for the first time in his life in the Minami-za theater of Kyoto.
  377. In 1905, he left Hoen-sha, entered 'Japan Igo Kai' organized by Shuei in the same year, then promoted to 5 dan, while becoming Shuei's disciple at the same time.
  378. In 1905, he negotiated with Russian plenipotentiary Sergei Yul'jevich WITTE, as Japanese plenipotentiary, and signed Treaty of Portsmouth.
  379. In 1905, he opened a development factory in Shinsen-en Temple to start development in the company.
  380. In 1905, he opposed to Treaty of Portsmouth, and as a chairman at the National Assembly which was held in Hibiya Park in September to oppose the peace treaty, he implicated the Hibiya Incendiary Incident.
  381. In 1905, he resigned from the posts of chief abbot and became the chief priest of Tokei-ji Temple in Kamakura.
  382. In 1905, postal services all over Korean Peninsula were taken over by Japan under Japan-Korea Joint Communication Service and unified into Japan Post Office in Korea.
  383. In 1905, the Empire of Japan made the Korean Empire to transfer the control of communication services, which had been operated by Korean Empire, to Japan.
  384. In 1905, the Japanese and Korean Exclusion League was founded in San Francisco and similar organizations were later established in other cities in other states.
  385. In 1905: The regular course term changed to three years.
  386. In 1906 (at age 36), he was admitted to 'Kotenkokyu sho' (currently known as Kokugakuin University) education unit, regular course, second year.
  387. In 1906 due to his achievements in the Russo-Japanese War he was awarded the Grand Cordon of the Supreme Order of the Chrysanthemum and the Order of the Golden Kite (first class).
  388. In 1906 he died at the age of 64.
  389. In 1906 he died at the age of 68.
  390. In 1906 he entered Tokyo Imperial University.
  391. In 1906 he finished Elementary School attached to Tokyo Higher Normal School and entered Junior High School attached to Tokyo Higher Normal School.
  392. In 1906 he founded Seto Kozan Mine and assumed the position of president.
  393. In 1906 he was engaged in solving the immigration problem as the Japanese Ambassador to the United States.
  394. In 1906 he was fourty-five.
  395. In 1906 he was given the Miyago (reigning name) of Takedanomiya (whose origin is the name of the place in Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City).
  396. In 1906 she met Fran?ois-Auguste-Ren? Rodin and was asked to be the model of sculpture.
  397. In 1906 she met Loie Fuller in London.
  398. In 1906, 'Ikkando' in Kanda (Chiyoda Ward), Tokyo, put the first instant curry roux 'curry rice no tane' (secret of curry rice) on the market.
  399. In 1906, Andronik Nicolsky became the first bishop of Kyoto as an assistant of Nikolai Kasatkin, but he returned to Russia due to illness after only three months in office.
  400. In 1906, Kyutaro ABIKO founded the 'Yamato Colony' in Livingston, California.
  401. In 1906, Shinpei became the first president of the South Manchuria Railways Company, and played an active role in the administration of Manchuria based in Dalian City.
  402. In 1906, Soseki had a lot of guests including Toyotaka KOMIYA, Miekichi SUZUKI, and Sohei MORITA at his house, and Miekichi SUZUKI decided Thursday to be their meeting day.
  403. In 1906, Yanaka Village was ceased to exist by the order and merged into Fujioka-machi.
  404. In 1906, he became a member of The Japan Academy.
  405. In 1906, he died of bronchial catarrhal inflammation.
  406. In 1906, he established the Association of Literature with Hogetsu SHIMAMURA and others, and it set a precedent for the movement of shingeki (literally, new play).
  407. In 1906, he established the Bungei Kyokai (the Literary Society) together with Shoyo TSUBOUCHI.
  408. In 1906, he fell sick during a Noh performance.
  409. In 1906, he made his debut in Kyoto Minamiza theater.
  410. In 1906, he studied under Seiho TAKEUCHI, a Japanese-style painter in Kyoto.
  411. In 1906, he succeeded Taro KATSURA and formed the First Saionji Cabinet.
  412. In 1906, he visited the US again accompanied by Daisetsu SUZUKI as an interpreter and lectured on Zen Buddhism to Americans.
  413. In 1906, he was awarded the Grand Cordon of the Supreme Order of the Chrysanthemum.
  414. In 1906, invited by Hirobumi ITO, who was Kankoku Tokan (inspector general of Korean Protection Agency; an agency established by the Japanese government to control Korea), he assumed the position of the judicial supreme adviser to the Korean government, and he took part in the compilation of the country's legal codes.
  415. In 1906, other than when Tamura kept Josen, Shuei beat other Igo players under Sen ni (handicap matches), and was promoted to the ninth dan level and also appointed to the Master.
  416. In 1906, the San Francisco Board of Education ordered the forced transfer of Japanese children in public schools to local Chinese schools.
  417. In 1906, the federal government amended the Naturalization Act.
  418. In 1906, the party produced two ministers of the First Saionji Cabinet.
  419. In 1906, when the first Saionji Cabinet was set up, he took the post of Secretary of the Cabinet and Executive Secretary to the Prime Minister at the same time.
  420. In 1906: The journal of the graduate association, "Kinugasa Sanyu kai-ho" (the journal of Kinugasa Sericulture Association) was first issued.
  421. In 1907 he was fourty-six.
  422. In 1907 it became a required subject at last with the Revised Elementary School Order.
  423. In 1907 she re-organized Hanako Troupe.
  424. In 1907 the books were reprinted and published by Togo YOSHIDA, and they came to be known to the public.
  425. In 1907 with the start of a six-year elementary school system, normal school regulations were set up and the second normal schools for middle-school graduates were institutionalized.
  426. In 1907, Honkano Shoten became a limited partnership company and was reorganized as a public joint-stock company in 1919.
  427. In 1907, Hyogo Electric Railway (later known as Sanyo Electric Railway) was established by him and opened up the electric railroad to connecting Kobe, Akashi and Himeji.
  428. In 1907, Koshitsu-rei (the Imperial Families' Act) No.2, the Peerage Law was enacted and precisely defined the inheritance and dignity of peerage and other procedures.
  429. In 1907, OTANI bought a village-owned mountain commonly called "Mt. Okamoto" in Motoyama Village, Muko County, Hyogo Prefecture (present-day Higashinada Ward, Kobe City) for 150,000 yen (the price at that time).
  430. In 1907, The Emperor Meiji sent Prince Sadanaru to England; Prince Sadanaru was a torei?(return salute) ambassador.
  431. In 1907, Tsuruya Gofukuten (now Matsuya department store) started to sell Fukubukuro.
  432. In 1907, a large national meeting of educators was jointly held by the Imperial Educational Society, the Educational Society of Tokyo Prefecture and the Educational Society of Tokyo City at the auditorium of Tokyo Kuramae Higher Technical School.
  433. In 1907, after the conclusion of the treaty, the dispatch of the secret agent who carried a personal letter of Gao Zong (King of Korea) that insisted on invalidity of the treaty was exposed (the Hague Secret Emissary Affair).
  434. In 1907, despite Tamura's continuous appeal for the right to succeed the title of Honinbo, Shuei died without designating his successor.
  435. In 1907, he became a viscount.
  436. In 1907, he died at the age of 56.
  437. In 1907, he died at the age of 75.
  438. In 1907, he died in Tokyo.
  439. In 1907, he entered Asahi Shinbun Company.
  440. In 1907, he established Teibiinsha with Senro KAWAI, Randai NAKAMURA the first, Zoroku HAMAMURA the fifth, Chinsho OKAMOTO and so on.
  441. In 1907, he founded Teibiinsha with Senro KAWAI, Zoroku HAMAMURA, Chinsho OKAMOTO, Kanzan YAMADA and others, which contributed to the development of tenkoku (seal-engraving).
  442. In 1907, he founded the Teibiinsha together with Randai NAKAMURA the first, Zoroku HAMAMURA the fifth, Chinsho OKAMOTO and Kanzan YAMADA.
  443. In 1907, he was a judge in a new annual art exhibition sponsored by the Ministry of Education (Bunten), which started that year, and in 1913 restored the Nihon Bijitsuin, whose activities had been continually interrupted due to the pressures of old-guard cronyism.
  444. In 1907, he was struck down by a disease, and died on October 13 of the year at the age of 71.
  445. In 1907, he went out of Taishaku-ji Temple and moved into the house that his son, Reiichiro built in Shibuya Ward and began a chicken farm but due to circumstances, moved to Meguro Ward.
  446. In 1907, more than 300 years after the Battle of Sekigahara, Yosuke WATANABE, of Tokyo Imperial University, excavated a tomb believed to be that of Mitsunari, and Buntaro ADACHI, in the anatomy department of Kyoto Imperial University, investigated and analyzed the skeleton.
  447. In 1907, the Japan Society was established in New York.
  448. In 1907, the temple later merged with Hokoku-ji Temple that stood in Higashiyama, and was relocated to the nearby Yugyomae-cho, Higashiyama-ku Ward (Higashi-Oji agaru, Gojo-dori Street).
  449. In 1907, two years after the end of the Russo-Japanese war, the Qing Dynasty established an administrative system using the categories of 'Sho, Fu and Ken' identical to that which was used to govern China proper.
  450. In 1907, under the leadership of Yamagata, the "Imperial Defense Policy" proposal was prepared to secure a 25 division formation during times of peace.
  451. In 1908 Prince Tanehito died young of appendicitis when he was twenty years old, while studying at the naval academy and had no wife and children.
  452. In 1908 Taosho-Chosonsei was enforced and the Magiri system was abolished.
  453. In 1908 Tosho-Chosonsei was enforced and sixteen villages were established.
  454. In 1908 he married Imperial Princess Masako, who was an Imperial princess of Emperor Meiji.
  455. In 1908 he opened an office supervising architectural projects (later named the Vories Architectural Office) in Kyoto.
  456. In 1908 he was fourty-seven.
  457. In 1908 he wrote 'Ishin Zengo' upon the request of Otojiro KAWAKAMI for 'the innovative performance' of Sadanji ICHIKAWA the Second at the Meiji-za Theater.
  458. In 1908, Konko-ji Temple, which was referred to as the Shichijo-dojo training hall of the Ji sect, was integrated with this temple.
  459. In 1908, Makino was commissioned by the Yokota Shokai film studio, run by Einosuke YOKOTA, to direct his first film, the (silent) "Honnoji Kassen" (The Battle at Honnoji Temple).
  460. In 1908, a recipe for curry and rice was described in 'Kaigun Kappojutsu Sankosho' (reference book for navy cooking technique), which was distributed by the Imperial Japanese Navy.
  461. In 1908, after he dropped out of the Junior and Senior High School at Otsuka, attached to Tsukuba University, he entered Hakuba-kai Aoibashi Yoga-kenkyusho (research institute of Western-style paintings) located at Tameike, Akasaka (Minato Ward, Tokyo) in Tokyo and studied under Seiki KURODA.
  462. In 1908, at the age of 34, Tamura became the 21st Honinbo Shusai.
  463. In 1908, detailed regulations on hobei were established by "Koshitu Saishi Rei" (Imperial household religious rites ordinance).
  464. In 1908, due to the seven exchanges of letters between the Japanese and U.S. governments since the previous year, the limitation of Japanese immigration based on the Gentlemen's Agreement took effect.
  465. In 1908, he assumed the position of Secretary of the Cabinet for the Second Katsura Cabinet.
  466. In 1908, he assumed the position of the President of Linguistic Association and Tokyo Exhibition.
  467. In 1908, he died of a brain hemorrhage on the Tokaido Main Line train at the age of 71.
  468. In 1908, he merged the company with Toyo Boseki (a spinning company), and started manufacturing menpu (cotton cloth).
  469. In 1908, he resigned the job of reporter for Hochi Shinbun, and joined the innovative drama movement started by Sadanji ICHIKAWA (the second).
  470. In 1908, he reunited with his ex-lover, with whom he broke up before the Boshin War, and since then he lived with her for his entire life.
  471. In 1908, he started his new job as a special correspondent of the Asahi Shimbun in Russia, and headed to Saint Petersburg.
  472. In 1908, he was requested by Einosuke YOKOTA, who had been showing moving pictures in the Senbonza, to produce a movie.
  473. In 1908, he went to France to learn about paintings with Kisaku TANAKA (later he became an art historian).
  474. In 1908, it was transferred into the site of the main home of the Mitsui family in Tokyo.
  475. In 1908, regulations for Ministry of the Imperial Household came into force based on Koshitsu-rei (the Imperial Families' Act) and the Imperial Household Minister was set up as an agency to make advices to the Emperor with full responsibility of the results (hohitsu) all the Imperial Household affairs.
  476. In 1908, she founded the Empire Actress Training Institute in Shiba (Minato Ward, Tokyo Metropolis), Tokyo
  477. In 1908, she founded the Empire Actress Training Institute with Otojiro to train younger actress.
  478. In 1908, the Japanese Association of America was founded in the State of California.
  479. In 1908, the kata was publicized by Benrido Bookstore in the book titled "The Jujutsu Kata Established by Greater Japan Martial Virtue Society."
  480. In 1908, the so-called "picture brides," who married Japanese men living in the U.S. after a mere exchange of pictures, started travelling to the U.S.
  481. In 1908: The women's course was established (the course term was two years).
  482. In 1909 (at the age of 29), he founded Tobata Casting Company (present Hitachi Metals, Ltd.) with the support of Kaoru INOUE.
  483. In 1909 Matsunosuke made his film debut, starring in "Tadanobu GOBAN" produced by Yokota Shokai and directed by Makino.
  484. In 1909 he acquired a right of management of Ningyo Joruri (or Bunraku, the Japanese puppet theater), which was losing its popularity, in the spirit of Robin Hood, doing the best he could for its preservation and promotion.
  485. In 1909 he became a marquis, and in 1910 died of illness.
  486. In 1909 he died at the age of 90.
  487. In 1909 he married Imperial Princess Kanenomiya Fusako, the seventh Imperial princess of Emperor Meiji.
  488. In 1909 he was fourty-eight.
  489. In 1909 his name was registered for printing "Liberalism" which Shusui KOTOKU and Suga KANNO issued.
  490. In 1909 the permanent stadium 'Kokugikan' (stadium for national sports, now Ryogoku Kokugikan) was built in the precincts of Honjo Eko-in Temple.
  491. In 1909, MAKINO made "Goban Tadanobu Genji no Ishizue" featuring Matsunosuke ONOE, an itinerant actor and member of the Konkokyo religion he found in Okayama.
  492. In 1909, Prince Sadanaru became the honorary president of the Franco-Japanese Society, then journeyed to the Qing Dynasty (in Japanese, shinkoku; China under the Manchus) returning later.
  493. In 1909, he became the third president of the Imperial Railways Association.
  494. In 1909, he changed his name to Senjaku NAKAMURA I.
  495. In 1909, he incorporated into the reserve duty.
  496. In 1909, he joined a painting school called Chikujo-kai run by Seiho TAKEUCHI through Bakusen TSUCHIDA and started to seriously study painting.
  497. In 1909, he moved to Tokyo and published "Heimin Hyoron" (The Reviews of Commoners), but the newspaper was placed under a ban.
  498. In 1909, he returned to his home region, Okayama Prefecture, after he opposed to the ethics of his fellow members: Shusui KOTOKU and so on.
  499. In 1909, he studied at Kyoto-shiritsu Kaiga Senmon Gakko (Kyoto City Specialist School of Painting [present Kyoto City University of Arts]).
  500. In 1909, he traveled Manchuria and Korea in response to an invitation of his close friend Yoshikoto NAKAMURA, president of the South Manchuria Railway Company.
  501. In 1909, he was selected as a Teishitsu Gigeiin (Imperial art expert), the first person as a Western-style painter, and successively filled various posts including the President of the Imperial Art Academy.
  502. In 1909, he went to Tokyo to apprentice himself to the 14th Roppeita KITA.
  503. In 1909, the Kobe Port finally started to be built and Kobe Sanbashi (Kobe Dock) was to be bought.
  504. In 1909, the main hall of Hikuzen-ji Temple, where Kari-Mido had been constructed, was completed.
  505. In 1909, the person whom they assigned to manage the chicken farm was deficient and the business closed down.
  506. In 1910
  507. In 1910 Eijun became the chief priest of the Hakodate Branch Temple of the School.
  508. In 1910 Furukawa was arrested and executed for the High Treason Incident.
  509. In 1910 Kaoru YOSHIKAWA died.
  510. In 1910 he was fourty-nine.
  511. In 1910 his house was built by James McDonald Gardiner, who later established Rikkyo University.
  512. In 1910 ten members left from the Mokuyo-kai as well as others left one after another and consequently 17 members including Okinaga NAKAGAWA formed the Seiko-kai on February 13, so the Mokuyo-kai was disrupted.
  513. In 1910 the Monbusho compiled "Jinjo Shogakko Tokuhon Shoka (song book for elementary schools) ".
  514. In 1910 when he assumed office as advisor to the Department of Literature of Keio University (he recommended Kafu NAGAI as an instructor), from May people involved in the Case of High Treason began to be arrested.
  515. In 1910, JIYUKEN, a Western food restaurant, opened in Nanbashinchi, Osaka.
  516. In 1910, Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) was posthumously conferred on him.
  517. In 1910, Prince Sadanaru left for England.
  518. In 1910, Suga was charged with conspiring to assassinate the Emperor with Takichi MIYASHITA and Tadao NIIMURA.
  519. In 1910, Vories founded the "W.M. Vories & Company" along with Lester Chapin, an architect, and Etsuzo YOSHIDA.
  520. In 1910, a recipe for curry and rice (karamiiri shirukake meshi - spicy sauce on the rice) was described in 'Guntai Choriho' (Army cooking methods) distributed by Imperial Japanese Army.
  521. In 1910, after returning to Japan, he was invited to stay as a guest of the wealthy Toyokichi KAWAJI in Nagahama-city, providing him with an environment in which he could concentrate on calligraphy and Tenkoku.
  522. In 1910, after the death of Koyata TORIO, it was re-established in Asakusa Ward, Tokyo, with the second president Yasuko TORIO who was Koyata's wife.
  523. In 1910, he assumed the post of privy councilor, and he also successively worked in different important posts such as the president of the incorporated educational institution Gakushuin School and the Imperial councilor.
  524. In 1910, he contributed articles on RENOIR and the art in Paris to a journal "Shirakaba," through his acquaintance, Ikuma ARISHIMA.
  525. In 1910, he died at the age of 83.
  526. In 1910, he died in London during his visit as an advisor for the Railway Bureau.
  527. In 1910, he entered the department of ceramic engineering at Tokyo Higher Technical School (present-day Tokyo Institute of Technology) after graduating from Matsue Junior High School (present-day Matsue Kita Senior High School of Shimane Prefecture).
  528. In 1910, he founded Hitachi, Ltd. (it was transformed into a joint stock company in 1920).
  529. In 1910, he launched the Shirakaba (White Birch) magazine with Saneatsu, Naoya SHIGA and others, and published tanka and sanbun (prose).
  530. In 1910, he published the first issue of the literary magazine "Shirakaba," together with Saneatsu MUSHANOKOJI, his friend from Gakushuin.
  531. In 1910, he succeeded his father's stage name, Tetsunojo KANZE, upon his father's retirement.
  532. In 1910, he suddenly died from typhoid at the age of 51 in Keijo (old name of Seoul City in the period of Japan's rule).
  533. In 1910, he vomited an alarming amount of blood for gastric ulcer and once fell into critical condition (Shuzenji no Taikan).
  534. In 1910, it was renamed Kyoto Horse Racing Club by the order of the administrator of Horse Administration, and the club began to host horse racing on June 18 of the same year.
  535. In 1910, prizes were given to two of his works in the Bunten exhibition (the annual art exhibition sponsored by the Ministry of Education).
  536. In 1910, right after the inauguration of the Tetsudoin, not a single locomotive was produced.
  537. In 1910, the rank of Shoshii (Senior Fourth Rank) was presented to Banzan for his contribution to the academic development in the Edo period.
  538. In 1911 also, he published "Casuistica" and "Delusion," then after completing "Seinen" (Youth), he began to issue two serial long stories: "The Wild Geese" and "Kaijin" (Ashes of Destruction) simultaneously.
  539. In 1911 he completed the revision of a treaty which had been a big headache since Japan opened a country to foreign trade and diplomatic relations, as a result, Japan became a member of the Great Powers.
  540. In 1911 he married Teruko YOKOO.
  541. In 1911 he received a Ph. D. in literature.
  542. In 1911 he was fifty.
  543. In 1911 it was decided to use Southern Court as the standard era, the Emperor was excluded from successive emperors. (Ever since the Northern court era was considered as the standard era that leads to the current Imperial lineage.)
  544. In 1911 it was decided to use the Southern Court as the standard era, Emperor Kogon was excluded from successive emperors. (Until then the Northern dynasty era was considered as the standard era that leads to current Imperial lines.)
  545. In 1911 the two educational institutions were again integrated, being renamed Shinshu Otani University and returning to Takakura-dori Uontana; and two years later the university returned to the place where it is now located.
  546. In 1911 there was an issue raised in the Imperial Diet concerning the description of the post Kamakura shogunate era called 'the period of the Northern and Souther Courts,' because it was said that both Courts were treated equally.
  547. In 1911, 60 locomotives for large express trains, which were the last imported locomotives, were imported.
  548. In 1911, Akiko participated in the launch of the monthly magazine "Seito" that opened with her poem "Sozorogoto" that praised the magazine, and she was listed as 'one of the new women.'
  549. In 1911, China as a dynastic nation ended when the Republic of China was founded after the Xinhai Revolution.
  550. In 1911, Ito Gofukuten (now Matsuzakaya department store) started to sell Fukubukuro named 'Takarabako (treasure box)' at 0.50 yen at that time.
  551. In 1911, Japan National Railways model 6700 with an axis arrangement 2B Tenda machine was produced.
  552. In 1911, Otojiro died from illness.
  553. In 1911, Prince Sadanaru became president of the Social Welfare Organization Saiseikai Imperial Gift Foundation Inc.
  554. In 1911, Yoshinaga became a parliament member of Kizokuin and belonged to a faction.
  555. In 1911, an issue of government-designated textbooks and an argument on the legitimacy of either Northern or Southern Dynasty emerged.
  556. In 1911, he changed his name to Sajin SAKURAMA in commemoration of Kiju (the cerebration of a person's 77th birthday).
  557. In 1911, he concurrently served as the president of Takushoku-kyoku (Bureau of Reclamation and Colonization).
  558. In 1911, he died at the age of 79.
  559. In 1911, he founded Sumitomo Densen Seizo-sho (Sumitomo Electric Wire and Cable Works, current Sumitomo Electric Industries).
  560. In 1911, he resigned his position.
  561. In 1911, he signed the Japan-US commerce and navigation treaty and recovered tariff autonomy.
  562. In 1911, he took part in the construction of the funeral venue for Emperor Meiji.
  563. In 1911, her husband Otojiro passed away
  564. In 1911, his adoptive father Shiobara came to him asking for money.
  565. In 1911, in the State of Arizona, foreigners without U.S. nationality were banned from owning or leasing land for a period longer than a certain number of years.
  566. In 1911, korui shochu, which was manufactured alcohol added with water, was sold by the Nihon Shusei company.
  567. In 1911, she became a member of the Teikoku-gekijo Theater (the Imperial Garden Theater), and from the next year she went on being active as the prima donna.
  568. In 1911, she contributed a poem that started with 'Yama no ugoku hi kitaru' (The day comes when a mountain moves) to the first issue of "Seito," the first female literary magazine in Japan.
  569. In 1911, the Bujutsu Kyoin Yoseisho was renamed as the Bujutsu Senmon Gakko (Vocational Training School of Martial Arts).
  570. In 1911, the Foreign Minister of the second Taro KATSURA Cabinet, Jutaro KOMURA signed the modification provisions which included tariff autonomy in the American-Japanese Treaty of Commerce and Navigation, a revised version of the American-Japanese Treaty of Amity and Commerce, and thus the revision of the treaty was completed.
  571. In 1911, the Taigyaku Jiken (a case of high treason) was developed and was used as an excuse to oppress socialists by the government at that time, and 12 people, including Shusui KOTOKU, were executed for attempting to assassinate Emperor Meiji.
  572. In 1911, the official name of hobeishi was established as heihakukyoshinshi.
  573. In 1911, the operation was discontinued.
  574. In 1911, the so called Nanbokucho Seijun-ron (argument about which dynasty is legal) was settled by the Imperial sanction of the Emperor Meiji who chose the Southern Court.
  575. In 1911, the statues of Amida Nyorai and the 25 bodhisattvas were designated Important Cultural Properties (National Treasures at the time) under the ownership of Hoan-ji Temple.
  576. In 1912 he became a Japanese literature teacher at Mejiro Middle School.
  577. In 1912 he was fifty-one.
  578. In 1912, Akiko followed Tekkan and moved to Paris, France.
  579. In 1912, HORI died in Tokyo at the age of 69.
  580. In 1912, Kyoto City Streetcars started to run between the shrine and Kyoto Station on the Horikawa-line (commonly known as the Kitano-line).
  581. In 1912, Prince Sadanaru served as president of the taiso (Imperial mourning) when the Emperor Meiji met his demise.
  582. In 1912, a moving picture titled 'Masamune DATE' was released by M. Pathe Company.
  583. In 1912, he assumed the position of Education Minister for the Third Katsura Cabinet.
  584. In 1912, he died from cerebral anemia on his way to Meiji University by train.
  585. In 1912, he entered Matsuyama Junior High School (now Ehime Prefectural Matsuyamahigashi High School).
  586. In 1912, he founded Kuhara Kogyosho (present Japan Energy Corporation) and became the president of the company.
  587. In 1912, he organized the Hyuzan-kai group with Kotaro TAKAMURA, Tetsugoro YOROZU and others, and sent 14 items of his works to the first Hyuzan-kai exhibition.
  588. In 1912, he started the production of seamless steel pipes in Sumitomo Shindo-jo (Sumitomo Copper Plant, current Sumitomo Metals and Sumitomo Light Metal Industries) to meet the demand of the navy's condensation pipes.
  589. In 1912, he was listed as daisojo (a Buddhist priest of the highest order).
  590. In 1912, however, HIRASE, together with Seiichiro IKENO who can be said to have been his mentor, was awarded Onshi Prize (the Imperial Award) (by the Japan Academy), for their highly evaluated discoveries of gymnosperm spermatozoids and cycad spermatozoids respectively.
  591. In 1912, in the "Kokumin Zasshi," Yamaji and Toshihiko SAKAI became embroiled in dispute over historical materialism.
  592. In 1912, the Bujutsu Senmon Gakko was accredited (it was renamed as "Budo Senmon Gakko [Vocational Training School of Martial Arts]" in 1919).
  593. In 1913 he founded Sumitomo Hiryo Seizo-sho (current Sumitomo Chemical), and in 1919 built Osaka Hokko (the North Port of Osaka, the predecessor of Sumitomo Land and Construction) for the coastal industrial areas of Osaka.
  594. In 1913 he was fifty-two.
  595. In 1913 it was renamed as the Bukkyo Professional School, and in 1949 it was promoted to Bukkyo University under the new system of education in 1949.
  596. In 1913 she entered the Shiga Prefectural Ohtsu Girls' High School (present-day Shiga Prefectural Ohtsu High School), and in 1917 she graduated from Nara Women's Higher Normal School (present-day Nara Women's University).
  597. In 1913, Hiryo Seizosho (fertilizer manufacturing company) was established in Niihama Town, Ehime Prefecture.
  598. In 1913, Suzuki founded Sumitomo Hiryo Seizo-sho (Sumitomo Fertilizer Factory, current Sumitomo Chemical) as a measure to control Niihama's smoke pollution.
  599. In 1913, he debuted as Yasosuke BANDO the 3rd in 'Yakko Dako' (a kite with a picture of a man) at Ichimura-za Theater.
  600. In 1913, he died in England at the age of 63.
  601. In 1913, he died of cerebral hemorrhage.
  602. In 1913, he founded the Japan Worsted Spinning, and it was merged with the Japan Wool Textile in 1918.
  603. In 1913, he returned to Japan, and held an exhibition of his own works 'The Exhibition of Oil Paintings of Ryozaburo UMEHARA' sponsored by a publishing firm Shirakaba-sha at Kanda, Tokyo
  604. In 1913, he suffered from extreme nervous breakdown.
  605. In 1913, his mother Taka died.
  606. In 1913, however, his love affair with Sumako MATSUI made him leave the Bungei Kyokai.
  607. In 1913, it was rebuilt as an arch bridge of ferroconcrete to widen the street due to starting service of Kyoto City Trams.
  608. In 1913, several roof tiles with the jukenmon (concentric circle design) and rengemon (lotus flower patterns) were found but were virtually ignored.
  609. In 1913, she got married to Seitaro MIURA who had been adopted into the Shibata family and was a doctor, and then, she and her husband went to Germany to study in 1914.
  610. In 1913, the family died out, but Imperial Prince Nobuhito TAKAMATSUNOMIYA, the third son of the Emperor Taisho, carried on the religious services of the Arisugawanomiya family.
  611. In 1913, the party became the ruling party of the First Yamamoto Cabinet.
  612. In 1913, when Changshuo WU became president of Seirei Insha, he joined it with Senro KAWAI,
  613. In 1913: Made a full-time commitment to the Tokyo College of Science as a manager and accountant.
  614. In 1914 he made his debut as shite in "Tadanori" (TAIRA no Tadanori).
  615. In 1914 he resigned the chief priest and retired in Dalian City, in order to sort out the huge amount of debt the OTANI family had and the bribery scandal of his religious organization.
  616. In 1914 he was fifty-three.
  617. In 1914 the First World War broke out.
  618. In 1914, Kozui retired from the post of chief priest of Hongan-ji Temple under the influence of a bribery scandal of Nishi Hongan-ji Temple.
  619. In 1914, Kyoto Dento started a railway businesses in Kyoto and Fukui Prefectures.
  620. In 1914, Kyoto Institute of Textile Fibers was founded.
  621. In 1914, Prince Sadanaru was promoted to fleet admiral, but resigned later.
  622. In 1914, Senzaburo was employed by Kyoto Fire Insurance (one of the predecessors to present Nissei Dowa).
  623. In 1914, a Monbusho Shoka (song authorized by the Ministry of Education) named 'Kojima Takanori' was released and it was published in "Jinjo Shogaku Shoka Dai Rokugakunen yo" (songs for school music classes, for sixth graders).
  624. In 1914, at the age of 41, he was conferred the title of Meijin (the strongest go player and the Master of go).
  625. In 1914, following a dispute over whether the 'Shusho Tale of Genji' or the 'Kogetsu-sho Commentary of The Tale of Genji' had the better quality text, a revised edition of "The Tale of Genji" was published by Yuhodo Bunko paperback library and was widely circulated.
  626. In 1914, he became the President of temporary Imperial Editorial Office.
  627. In 1914, he entered Kyoto Ceramic Experimental Station Attached Training Center.
  628. In 1914, he was appointed head priest of Kiyomizu-dera Temple but retained his position as head priest of Kofuku-ji Temple.
  629. In 1914, he was appointed the Prime Minister for the second time (the second Okuma Cabinet).
  630. In 1914, he was appointed the president of Toyo University.
  631. In 1914, he was appointed to the president of Rinzai University.
  632. In 1914, he was invited to join a film studio, Tennenshoku Katsudo Shashin (meaning Natural Color Moving Picture Company), retired from Kabuki and succeeded to the name of Shirogoro SAWAMURA.
  633. In 1914, he was one of the promoters to start the company, Xilin Society of Seal Arts which welcomed Shoseki GO as the first president, and worked as an employee with Uzan NAGAO after the establishment.
  634. In 1914, people under the economy depression (it was just soon after the First World War occurred) were frustrated with the high price of the fare of Nagoyo Denki Testudo ran streetcars in Nagoya city.
  635. In 1914, the third daughter of Sano HAYASHI, Kiku HAYASHI who was a female Kishi (Igo), published it all together from Ono Banzai Kan
  636. In 1914, though he was expected to become the next chief priest in place of his elder brother, who resigned his position due to a case of suspected bribery, he was also involved with the case himself and retired from the front line of the religious world.
  637. In 1914, when the First World War broke out, the foreign situation of the Ottoman Empire, which had being dragged into the Central Powers consisting of Germany and others, grew tense, so Yamada closed his shop in Istanbul and returned to Japan.
  638. In 1914, while he was a student, he translated Oscar Wilde's "The Soul of Man Under Socialism" and published it as "Theory of Socialism" in the third "Shin-Shicho" magazine.
  639. In 1915 Chokichi helped set up the South Seas Association and became its vice president, but died the same year.
  640. In 1915 he stepped down as head of the Fukuoda family, passing responsibility to his eldest son and returning to his family name of Kitaoji.
  641. In 1915 he was fifty-four.
  642. In 1915, 'Kaiko Sotto-byo-kin' was formally named 'Bacillus thuringiensis' by Ernest Berliner.
  643. In 1915, Akiko published in the Yomiuri Shimbun a long poem entitled "Daju no mure" (a group of dumb beasts) that depicted her distrust of the congress and politicians.
  644. In 1915, Horyuji hekiga hozonhoho chosaiinkai (Investigative Committee of Conservation Techniques for Mural Paintings of Horyu-ji Temple) was established within the Ministry of Education.
  645. In 1915, Nijo-jo Castle's Ninomaru was used to hold the feast at the coronation of Emperor Taisho, on which occasion buildings associated with Minami-mon Gate and Ninomaru Palace were added.
  646. In 1915, Prince Sadanaru in his role as Military Sangi (a councilor) attended the Supreme Military Council, later he was discharged, and then he received the title of fleet admiral.
  647. In 1915, Sanetsumu SANJO's son Sanetomi SANJO was enshrined to commemorate the enthronement of the Emperor Taisho.
  648. In 1915, Sumitomo Shiritsu Shokko Yoseisho (Sumitomo private mechanics education center) and Tomoito became its riji.
  649. In 1915, astronomical records and family head's diaries possessed by the Tsuchimikado family were presented to the Imperial Household Ministry, and many of them are still stored in the Imperial Household Archives.
  650. In 1915, at the recommendation of Muneyoshi YANAGI, he moved to Abiko City.
  651. In 1915, following Nihon Sankei, Jitsugyo no Nihon sha, Ltd. hosted selection of new Nihon Sankei.
  652. In 1915, he assumed the position as Minister of Agriculture and Commerce in the second OKUMA Cabinet.
  653. In 1915, he became a member of Kansai Igo Kenkyu-kai (Kansai Iki-kai) inaugurated in 1907.
  654. In 1915, he became the President of Editorial Office for compiling "Meiji Tenno ki" and the President of an association to compile historical materials of the Restoration
  655. In 1915, he married Princess Toshiko, the ninth Princess of Emperor Meiji.
  656. In 1915, he sent his work to the first exhibition (the name of the exhibition was changed to 'Sodosha-ten' for the second exhibition and after) sponsored by 'Gendai no Bijutsusha' company.
  657. In 1915, he was assigned to the president of Miyako Hotels & Resorts.
  658. In 1915, he was notified by few of the creditor banks that the loan would be foreclosed if around two hundred thousand yen could not be raised.
  659. In 1915, she received the Sixth Order of the Precious Crown for contributions to education for Japanese women.
  660. In 1915, the Prefectural Agricultural Experiment Station conducted the pure-line selection of Goriki No.2.
  661. In 1915, the next year he submitted Twenty-one Demands with the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Takaaki KATO.
  662. In 1916 he left Mejiro Middle School to devote himself to tanka.
  663. In 1916 he was fifty-five.
  664. In 1916 he wrote two newspaper serial novels at the same time for the Kokumin Shinbun and Jiji Shinpo newspapers ('Sumizome' and 'Eginu').
  665. In 1916, Kinuyo entered Shimonoseki Municipal Oe Jinjo Elementary School, but was unable to go to school every day due to economic difficulties.
  666. In 1916, Prince Sadanaru was presented with the Collar of the Supreme Order of the Chrysanthemum.
  667. In 1916, around age 23, he resigned from the company at the advice of Shiko OKAMURA and started working for 'Genbunsha', the publishing company run by Itokochoen, a cosmetics maker; there, he worked as an editor for the magazine, "Shinengei," under chief editor OKAMURA.
  668. In 1916, due to the worsened war situation, she returned to Japan.
  669. In 1916, he accompanied the Emperor Taisho as the Minister of the Interior's Office and on the way back from watching the army's special large-scaled maneuver conducted in Fukuoka Prefecture, he fell ill due to stomach disorder and simultaneously cholecystitis occurred.
  670. In 1916, he also suffered from diabetes.
  671. In 1916, he became interested in detective stories, inspired by reading Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and decided to write his own detective story in pure Edo style, because he thought that a contemporary story might easily be an imitation of Western stories.
  672. In 1916, he became the president of Kyoto Electric Railway which was suffering financial problems, and rebuilt its business.
  673. In 1916, he received the Kunittokyokujitsudaijusho (Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun).
  674. In 1916, he was appointed to the chief abbot of the Engaku-ji School again.
  675. In 1916, he was posthumously awarded the rank of Jugoi (Junior Fifth Rank).
  676. In 1916, it added 'Sempuku' in its brands of sake.
  677. In 1916, when he turned 25, he became a hereditary member of the House of Peers as a prince.
  678. In 1917 he was fifty-six.
  679. In 1917 when the Russian Revolution broke out, prompting the Masatake TERAUCHI cabinet to announce on July 12 the dispatch of troops to Siberia, rice merchants anticipated a sharp rise in demand and curbed rice sales, causing rice prices to skyrocket.
  680. In 1917, Kotama HORI founded Hori school, the first one in the kouta world.
  681. In 1917, Prince Sadanaru became the president of RIKEN.
  682. In 1917, a mineral deposit was found in the mountain, after which it was mined for nickel, which was necessary to support the production of weapons from 1933 to the end of the Pacific War.
  683. In 1917, he assumed the post as the first professor of the Philosophy Department, Tokyo Imperial University.
  684. In 1917, he assumed the post of the President of America-Japan Society.
  685. In 1917, he became an interim investigation commissioner on foreign affairs and he was involved in the decision of important foreign policy, then he always insisted the aggressive one.
  686. In 1917, he entered Tatebayashi City Dai-ichi (first) elementary school.
  687. In 1917, he gladly accepted to fill the vacancy as president in light of Rinsaburo IMANISHI's proposal to dismiss a senior managing director and realize his own desire of consolidating private railway companies in Kansai region.
  688. In 1917, he joined the religious group Oomoto, and continued his own training in Ayabe City and Kameoka City in Kyoto while teaching 'Aikibudo' with his nephew Noriaki INOUE (founder of the martial art called Shinei Taido) in the area.
  689. In 1917, he was appointed privy councilor.
  690. In 1917, he was promoted to Kangaku ranking after his death.
  691. In 1917, he was raised to Shoichii (Senior First Rank) after his death.
  692. In 1917, on suspicion of tuberculosis, he moved for a change of air to a rental villa in Kugenuma, Fujisawa-cho, Kanagawa Prefecture where his friend, Saneatsu MUSHANOKOJI, lived (it is said that tuberculosis was a mistaken diagnosis).
  693. In 1917, she retired as an actress
  694. In 1917, the Common Water Supply Union of Machi-Yaba Ryozeki submitted papers to the governor of Gunma Prefecture to point out that the mining pollution was still tainting Watarase-gawa River.
  695. In 1917, the Inoue school (stable) decided to have Karigane as the successor, but in 1920 Eiho EGATA officially succeeded to the name of Inseki INOUE the 16th.
  696. In 1917, the collection of the Satake family was put up for auction at the Tokyo Bijutsu Club in Ryogoku, Tokyo, and nine antique dealers in Tokyo and Kansai regions jointly bought the hand scrolls of the thirty-six immortal poets for 353,000 yen.
  697. In 1917, the first heated indoor pool was opened by Tokyo Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA).
  698. In 1918 (表記の変更), he accomplished a series of pictures, 'Tokyo fukei' (Sceneries of Tokyo).
  699. In 1918 Oaza Takanokawara, Tanaka village was divided into seven towns prefixed by 'Takano.'
  700. In 1918 Spanish flu (influenza), which had been epidemic during the First World War, spread world wide and the number of deaths from the Spanish flu in the US was nine times higher than the number of deaths of American soldiers from the war in Europe.
  701. In 1918 Sueji UMEHARA carried out research on the tumulus, which was designated as a national historical site based on his findings.
  702. In 1918 he was fifty-seven.
  703. In 1918 it was reorganized into 23 towns broadly prefixed by 'Nishikujo.'
  704. In 1918 she left for England and resumed her performance tour.
  705. In 1918, Heitaro FUJITA of Fujita Zaibatsu obtained the tea bowl, which is now owned by Fujita Museum of Art.
  706. In 1918, Hokkaido and Okinawa were included and in 1925, it was one per 100 or two per 200 High Taxpayers from each prefecture to make the maximum number of them of 66.
  707. In 1918, Hougetsu suddenly died from Spanish influenza.
  708. In 1918, Kyoto Dento merged with the Arashiyama Main Line of Keifuku Electric Railroad.
  709. In 1918, Otagi County and villages which had been a part of Kadono County were integrated into Kamigyo Ward.
  710. In 1918, Shirakawa-mura was merged with Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City.
  711. In 1918, Suzuki founded Nichibei Ita-garasu (Japan America Sheet Glass, current Nippon Sheet Glass), and since 1920 he had had a stake in NEC Corporation.
  712. In 1918, a concrete plan to establish Konan Gakuen Middle School on the land of Tarouemon MASUDA (the Head of Motoyama Village) at the foot of the mountain of Nirakuso was formed.
  713. In 1918, aiming to preserve Azuchi-jo Castle, 'Azuchi Hoshokai' (Azuchi conservation association) was organized.
  714. In 1918, he authored an article, 'Reject Anglo-American-Based Pacifism' in "Japan and the Japanese" magazine.
  715. In 1918, he debuted in a film entitled "Nanairo Yubiwa" (Seven-colored Ring), and went on to appear in 130 productions over the next five years.
  716. In 1918, he handed over the ownership of the railway company to Kyoto City to settle the issues of Kyoto City Trams unification.
  717. In 1918, he landed a job as an advertising graphic designer at the Kobe Yushin Nippo (a daily newspaper), but resigned after a year.
  718. In 1918, he opened the Omi Ryotoin (Omi Sanatorium, which today is the Vories Memorial Hospital) as a tuberculosis sanatorium.
  719. In 1918, he then entered his satisfactory work titled "Uo-Ichiba," but again, it did not win any awards, and this experience devastated him.
  720. In 1918, he took a name of Orio.
  721. In 1918, he was conferred the posthumous honor of Jugoi (Junior Fifth Rank) and was enshrined in Yasukuni Shrine in April, 1932.
  722. In 1918, he was fascinated with Yohen Tenmoku, ceramics from Sung, China, and aimed to be a ceramic artist.
  723. In 1918, she founded 'Kawakami Silk Fabric Co., Ltd' in Ozone, Kita Ward, Nagoya City
  724. In 1918, she went back to the United States of America, and performed "Madama Butterfly" and "Madame Chrysantheme" (お菊さん) composed by Andre Messager, but the latter got a bad reputation because it was considered as only a rehash of 'Cho-Cho-San'.
  725. In 1918, the Emperor watched ukai together with the Prince of Wales (George V [king of the U.K.]).
  726. In 1918, the company changed its name to Hanshin Electric Express Railway.
  727. In 1918, the rice riots erupted throughout Japan.
  728. In 1918, the school was relocated to Shimogamo Village, Otagi District (present-day Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City).
  729. In 1918, under the Hara cabinet, the 'foundation and expansion plan of higher schools in the miscellaneous category' with an enormous additional budget of 44.5 million yen (currency) was submitted to the Imperial Diet and it was approved.
  730. In 1919
  731. In 1919 Kyujutsu changed the name to Kyudo, and Butoku-kai tried to integrate the different ways of shooting, but failed, and they dissolved after the World War II.
  732. In 1919 a bronze statue of the Ninth acting Gongoro KAMAKURA in "Shibaraku" was built in Senso-ji Temple.
  733. In 1919 after the world war, the interests of both parties clashed in the Paris Peace Conference, creating a problem for the future especially by the rejection of Japan's proposal for abolition of racial discrimination in the drafting of the Covenant of the League of Nations.
  734. In 1919 due to his father's death, he succeeded the Miyake at the age of only 10.
  735. In 1919 he established "Awa Ikueikai" in Koishikawa, Tokyo, and aided those who were natives of Awa Province and who had come to Tokyo.
  736. In 1919 he was fifty-eight.
  737. In 1919 the name of Kyujutsu was changed to Kyudo and various martial arts including Kyudo spread not only inland in Japan, but also to foreign countries.
  738. In 1919, He acquired Kishimoto Seitetsusho and made it into the Amagasaki plant of Sumitomo Shindosho.
  739. In 1919, Kabato Shujikan was closed, but it was being used as Tsukigata-mura Village Hall up to 1973.
  740. In 1919, Motojiro AKASHI, then Governor-General of Taiwan, established the Taiwan Power Plant Company by consolidating public and private power plants, planned the construction of larger scale hydraulic power plants and started the research for the construction of Asia's largest power plant.
  741. In 1919, Omoto (a religious institution) bought the castle as it was poorly maintained and dilapidated, refurbished it, and has occupied it to the present day.
  742. In 1919, Vories married Makiko HITOTSUYANAGI, a Viscount's daughter.
  743. In 1919, a local man Kenzo IWASAKI, who felt sorry for the extinction of Zeze-yaki Pottery built a nobori-gama (a stepped kiln) in his second residence, together with his friend and master painter Shunkyo YAMAMOTO, and reestablished the pottery.
  744. In 1919, he accompanied Japanese delegate, Kimmochi SAIONJI, to the Paris Peace Conference, broadening his knowledge.
  745. In 1919, he appeared on the stage of Daihaku-gekijo theater in Fukuoka City with the stage name of Keinosuke NAKAMURA.
  746. In 1919, he became the president of Takushoku University, (the predecessor of the School of Taiwan Association established by Taro KATSURA), (period of service: from August 2, 1919 to April 13, 1929).
  747. In 1919, he died at the age of 61.
  748. In 1919, he died of old age.
  749. In 1919, he entered his work titled "Kumo no Nagare" in the 1st Japanese Obscure Exhibition.
  750. In 1919, he established Shin kogeiin (New crafts center) and founded Saikokai.
  751. In 1919, he played a match against Tokuzo HAYASHI Sandan (3 dan), sponsored by the Jiji Shinpo (senni, nishiban and KARIGANE's nakaoshi victory) for the first time in 13 years.
  752. In 1919, his father remarried Masa, his mother's real younger sister.
  753. In 1919, his first entry, 'Fukakusa,' was accepted by the Japan Art Academy Exhibition (Teiten).
  754. In 1919, his wife Tone returned to Hakodate due to illness.
  755. In 1919, however, the land owned by the company amounted to 78,000 hectares (equivalent to about 1.8 percent of the total acreage under cultivation).
  756. In 1919, however, there was a conflict of ideas over the production of the fourth film "Saraba Seishun" (Goodbye Youth) (directed by Iyokichi KONDO) and he left the group.
  757. In 1919, the Dai Nippon Butoku Kai renamed Kenjutsu as "Kendo."
  758. In 1919, the city approved jinrikisha as a proper means of transportation.
  759. In 1919, the government decided that Emperor Meiji and Amaterasu Omikami should be the enshrined deities when building Chosen-jingu Shrine in Keijo (Japan's colonial name for Seoul).
  760. In 1919, the head of the family, Takanaga KUWABARA, shot someone else's wife, and ultimately the peerage was given up.
  761. In 1919, the picture scrolls were cut into 37 pictures (including the picture of Sumiyoshi-myojin Shrine depicted in the initial portion of the second one of the two volumes), and each picture of the 36 poets was reformed as a hanging scroll, including this portrait of KI no Tomonori.
  762. In 1919, the scrolls were divided into sections of each poet and redecorated to hanging scrolls.
  763. In 1919, the system of Colleges was transformed into that of Faculties.
  764. In 1920 Hime-zuka became national property and placed under the management of the Nara Finance Bureau Ministry of Finance's but a shrine was built there when local volunteers were successfully granted Hime-zuka by the ministry.
  765. In 1920 Seikyo-sha published "Josei Nipponjin (The Japanese Women)" and discussed the position of the Japanese women in the world.
  766. In 1920 he and Takejiro founded Shochiku Kinema, making inroads into motion pictures.
  767. In 1920 he dissolved W.M. Vories & Company, establishing the "W.M. Vories Architect Office"as well as the "Omi Sales Company."
  768. In 1920 he was fifty-nine.
  769. In 1920 the designation as tosho was eliminated and a town and village system was implemented "in the same manners as in the mainland."
  770. In 1920, a memorial service for the thirty-third anniversary of his death was held by the Shiobara family and a stone tablet inscribed with haiku was built.
  771. In 1920, although he was offered to run for a mayor for the third time, he resigned when his second term in office ended by saying 'I did not deserve to be given such an important position twice.'
  772. In 1920, he again went to France, and it is said that this visit was to make a condolatory call to RENOIR who died the previous year.
  773. In 1920, he assumed the office of the president of Tokyo University.
  774. In 1920, he became Gijo-kan (an official post in Decoration Bureau).
  775. In 1920, he became the seventh chairman of Japan Society of Civil Engineers.
  776. In 1920, he changed Sumitomo Chukosho into Kabushiki kaisha Sumitomo Seikosho.
  777. In 1920, he graduated from Tendaishu Seibu University.
  778. In 1920, he ran for a member of the House of Representatives from Kensei-kai political party which would later be reorganized into Rikken Minsei-to political party, and he was elected for the first time.
  779. In 1920, he submitted So Toba-zu (portrait of SoToba) in the memorial art exhibition to commemorate the 1,300th anniversary of Shotoku Taishi's death as a countenancer.
  780. In 1920, he took a position as a member of Kizokuin (the House of Peers).
  781. In 1920, she made a guest appearance at the opera houses in Monte Carlo, Barcelona, Florence, Rome, Milan, and Naples.
  782. In 1920, the Takashi HARA Cabinet budgeted 50,000 yen for buraku (hamlet) improvement cost and did first treasury payment to improve the buraku.
  783. In 1920, the operation between Juso Station on the Kobe Line and Kobe Station (later Kamitsutsui Station) started, and in 1936 the railway was extended to Sannomiya Station (located in Kobe City) using an elevated track.
  784. In 1920: Sanshu-ka (the silkworm eggs course) was added to the regular course.
  785. In 1921 "Naha City" was created (as a result of abolishment of the special ward system and enforcement of the regular municipal organization).
  786. In 1921 he became President of Nippon Dream Kanko which he managed.
  787. In 1921 he was sixty.
  788. In 1921 she returned to Japan.
  789. In 1921, Fujisawa was appointed the Honorary Vice Consul, Honorary Consulate of Portugal, Osaka.
  790. In 1921, Join organized Prince Shotoku Commemorative Association for the anniversary of 1,300 years after the death of Prince Shotoku.
  791. In 1921, Kanjiro held the 'Creative Ceramics Exhibition' (創作陶磁展覧会) at the Takashimaya department stores in Tokyo and Osaka.
  792. In 1921, Kibinootodo Nitto Emaki, one of the most important emakimono (illustrated scroll) of Japan, flowed out overseas (which is currently held at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston).
  793. In 1921, Rosanjin KITAOJI established Bishoku Club (a club for Gastronomy), and in 1925, he borrowed this Hoshigaoka-saryo (Star Mountain Tea House) and opened business as a membership ryotei; but it burnt down during the war.
  794. In 1921, he founded the members only restaurant, 'Bishoku Club (Gourmet's Club).'
  795. In 1921, he graduated from GagakuTraining Center, Imperial Household Ministry, and became a gakushi (musician) of Gakubu section, Shikibu-shoku, Imperial Household Ministry.
  796. In 1921, he quit the experimental station and became an assistant to Kenkichi TOMIMOTO, who had just returned from England and opened a kiln in Yamato.
  797. In 1921, he resigned as Shuryokan due to advanced age.
  798. In 1921, he took the entrance exams for Kobe Commercial University (now Kobe University) under the previous education system, but failed the exams.
  799. In 1921, his brother, 下地利及, transferred his body and reburied it in his family grave in Miyakojima, and then built a gravestone by his birthplace.
  800. In 1921, the IJA also established tankenjutu (the martial art using a short sword, currently called tankendo) based on kodachijutu at Army Toyama School, as a fighting style using a bayonet sword without being attached to the rifle part.
  801. In 1921, the Taiwan Cultural Association was organized with Xiantang LIN as president, aiming at developing Taiwanese culture.
  802. In 1921, the U.S. Congress enacted the Quota Immigration Act.
  803. In 1921, the cabinet of Prime Minister Takashi HARA abolished Gunsei.
  804. In 1921, the central part of the Heijo-kyu Palace Site was purchased by private donations and entrusted to the government.
  805. In 1921, the estate, Confucian Shrine, gates, and other existing buildings of Ashikaga School were designated as a national historic site for preservation.
  806. In 1921, the first petition to establish a Taiwan parliament was submitted to the Imperial Diet of Japan and the deliberations on its establishment continued for the next thirteen years for a total of fifteen times.
  807. In 1921, the temple was designated a national historic site as 'Sai-ji Ato' (Sai-ji Temple Ruins).
  808. In 1921: "Kinugasa Sanyu kai-ho" was renamed "Kinugasa San-po" (the journal of Kinugasa Sericulture).
  809. In 1922 and in 1926, it was partially amended.
  810. In 1922 he assumed the position of the seventh chief abbot of the Tenryu-ji School of the Rinzai Sect.
  811. In 1922 he founded TOHO GASU (current TOHO GASU).
  812. In 1922 he handed over the reigns of the family to his oldest son Mansaku (Manzo NOMURA, the sixth), and called himself Mansai, a name after his retirement.
  813. In 1922 he was confined to bed suffering tuberculosis.
  814. In 1922 he was sixty-one.
  815. In 1922, Born as the fourth son of Jusui MIKAWA, a Noh shite-kata (actor playing shite) of the Hosho-ryu school.
  816. In 1922, Railways Minister gave Shigeharu KOMATSU permission to vend at Shinagawa Station.
  817. In 1922, Toshitane's son named Takeo became a deputy head of the family, but he failed to keep the family's influence.
  818. In 1922, after she came back to Japan, she stayed in Nagasaki City and walked around to visit the places associated with "Madama Butterfly", and gave concerts.
  819. In 1922, expansion of Furitsu Osaka Toshokan (Osaka library established by Osaka Prefecture) was completed and it was donated to Osaka Prefecture.
  820. In 1922, he also failed the exams for Mie Teacher's School (currently Mie University Faculty of Education) and went to work at Miyamae Standard Elementary School, a small school located in a mountainous region in current day Iitaka-cho, Matsusaka City, as a substitute teacher for a year.
  821. In 1922, he became the President of Imperial Editorial Office.
  822. In 1922, he became the chief manager of Sumitomo, Ltd. after Masaya SUZUKI retired.
  823. In 1922, he entered the former Kyoto City First Commercial School.
  824. In 1922, he gave a private exhibition at the Takashimaya Department Store in Osaka.
  825. In 1922, he joined the Nikkatsu Mukojima film studio as an actor.
  826. In 1922, he met Kyoshi TAKAHAMA and studied under him.
  827. In 1922, he participated to establish the Shunyo-kai Art Society.
  828. In 1922, he returned to Shochiku Kamata Studios and worked as an assistant director for Kiyohiko USHIHARA before being promoted to director.
  829. In 1922, he was appointed to Naidaijin and had his rank raised up to Count.
  830. In 1922, he was ordered to learn flower designing in the United States as the first Japanese.
  831. In 1922, the Japanese Communist Party was secretly formed with a slogan of 'abolition of the monarchy'.
  832. In 1922, the school was renamed Hiroshima Prefectural Hiroshima Daiichi Junior High School to become the predecessor of Hiroshima Prefectural Hiroshima Kokutaiji Senior High School.
  833. In 1922, these structures were relocated attempts were made to revive the temple once again but these failed.
  834. In 1923 Otani University was founded for the study of the humanities in order to provide education in Buddhist studies and related fields, under the former education school system.
  835. In 1923 Tosho-Chosonsei was established in the Izu Island chain (except for the Aogashima island).
  836. In 1923 he appointed Masataka TAKETSURU who studied whisky production in Scotland, the home of Scotch whisky as the director of the Yamazaki distillery.
  837. In 1923 he joined the Nikko, a jointly run magazine to oppose the Araragi school of tanka poetry.
  838. In 1923 he succeeded the Miyake due to the death of Prince Naruhisa.
  839. In 1923 the Mutsumi-kai and TELP merged to form Tokyo Rakugo Association (the predecessor of the Rakugo Association).
  840. In 1923, Chosenkoheisya (Korean social organization) was established to eliminate the discrimination against hakucho and waged the movement to eliminate the class difference along with the Zenkoku Suiheisha (the National Levelers' Association) in Japan.
  841. In 1923, Inagaki's father-son performances (with his father Jiro) began to appear on the silver screen, including in such works as director Kenji MIZOGUCHI's film 'Yoru' (Night), but as time passed Inagaki set his sights on becoming a director himself, leading him to take part in Daisuke ITO's Ito Film Study Group studying scenarios.
  842. In 1923, Makino repeatedly produced films that centered on standard figures filled with narrative quality such as Yoshio OISHI, Jiraiya, Nezumi Kozo Jirokichi, Choshichiro MATSUDAIRA, Hikozaemon OKUBO, and SHIMIZU no Jirocho.
  843. In 1923, Prince Sadanaru became ill suddenly, his condition would worsen, becoming critical.
  844. In 1923, Prince Sadanaru status changed to Kokyo (death of a man of upper than Third Rank).
  845. In 1923, Prince Sadanaru's was given a state funeral, with burial in the graveyard of the Toshimagaoka Cemetery.
  846. In 1923, Suzuki was born the eldest son of a draper in Nihonbashi.
  847. In 1923, a republican party won the general election, and in December of the following year the country changed itself into a republic by a national referendum.
  848. In 1923, developed by the municipality
  849. In 1923, he attempted to adopt the global language, Esperanto, in the religious organization's activities.
  850. In 1923, he became the emeritus professor of Tokyo Imperial University.
  851. In 1923, he changed the Chinese character of his name Chikkyo from '竹橋' to '竹喬.'
  852. In 1923, he graduated from the elementary school course.
  853. In 1923, he joined Nikkatsu Studio through Iyokichi KONDO, but he experienced hardship in which he was at first forced to use poor scenarios and unknown actors and actresses.
  854. In 1923, he left for Tokyo for studying hard.
  855. In 1923, his house was destroyed in the Great Kanto Earthquake and he moved to Kyoto, but later moved to Kamakura.
  856. In 1923, in the State of Washington, an amendment to the Alien Land Law banned Japanese minors with U.S. citizenship from owning land, so it became impossible to make second-generation minors land owners.
  857. In 1923, its precinct was enlarged.
  858. In 1923, the maximum working hours were shortened by 1 hour and the minimum age eligible for it was raised from under 15 to under 16.
  859. In 1923, when Yanagi moved to Kyoto after the Great Kanto Earthquake, he expanded the so called "Mingei Movement" together with Shoji HAMADA and Kanjiro KAWAI.
  860. In 1923, when he was the Tokyo City Mayer, as the standard-bearer of people's diplomacy, he held a meeting with Adolph JOFFE in Atami of Izu to initiate eagerly-hoped normalization of the diplomatic relations with the Soviet Union.
  861. In 1923: Resigned his post as secretary of Tokyo Imperial University.
  862. In 1924 he entered Shochiku Kamata Studio and learned from Yasujiro SHIMAZU.
  863. In 1924 his family line ended, and Saishi (religious service) was taken over by the family of Marquis Kacho.
  864. In 1924, 'Sudacho shokudo' (Sudacho Restaurant), a simplified restaurant in Kanda, Tokyo, put the first-ever low-price curry and rice on the menu (eight sen - one sen is 1/100 of one yen).
  865. In 1924, Chikashi KOIZUMI, Shinobu ORIKUCHI, and Jun ISHIHARA left 'Araragi' to start up a new magazine called 'Nikko' (sunlight), thereby forming a rift within Araragi.
  866. In 1924, Hotei NOMURA resigned from his position as studio head and returned to directing, with his final film being "Taii no Musume" (The Captain's Daughter) before he left for the Shochiku Kyoto Studio.
  867. In 1924, Keijo Imperial University was established to counter the movement for establishing private universities.
  868. In 1924, developed by the municipality
  869. In 1924, he became the first president of the Tokyo Broadcasting System Corporation upon its establishment.
  870. In 1924, he came back to okabuki (kabuki performance by A-listers) and learned under Ganjiro I, Enjaku JITSUKAWA (the second), Nizaemon KATAOKA (the twelfth), etc.
  871. In 1924, he deeply sympathized with Yanagi's folk theory and set the goal of creating useful ceramics for daily use when Shoji HAMADA returned home from England, showed him the various containers and slipware he collected there, and introduced Yanagi to him.
  872. In 1924, he entered a general course for Seisoku English School (present Seisoku-gakuen School).
  873. In 1924, he established the Kobe Yamate Gakushuin (now known as Kobe Yamate Girls' Junior and Senior High School).
  874. In 1924, he married Toshiya, Kasetsu's adopted daughter.
  875. In 1924, he received naginata jutsu Hanshi (the top rank).
  876. In 1924, he succeeded to the stage name Gafu KATAOKA and became the fourth to do so in Kabuki-za theater.
  877. In 1924, he was assigned to be an adviser.
  878. In 1924, she founded Kawakami Kids Theatrical Company (- 1932)
  879. In 1924, she moved to a house that Yumeji designed, called 'Shonen Sanso', in Setagaya Ward.
  880. In 1924, she went to America again, and appeared with San Carlo Opera Company.
  881. In 1924, with the record number of 174 seats occupied by members of Kenkyukai, KIYOURA Cabinet led by Keigo KIYOURA was born.
  882. In 1924: The special course was renamed Yosan-jitsuka (the practical sericulture course).
  883. In 1925 (14th year of Taisho) a large number of old [roof] tiles were excavated near the provincial temple, and implying that there was a convent there.
  884. In 1925 his sickness became much worse and he died on the February 15.
  885. In 1925 the Oki island government was abolished and Oki Subprefecture of Shimane Prefecture was established.
  886. In 1925, Benzo succumbed to palsy, and in September his wife who had been sitting by Benzo's bed passed away, and on December 12 he died at home located at 9-chome, Nishi 2-jo (West 2), Obihiro-cho.
  887. In 1925, Chozaburo TANAKA announced that a bud mutation was found at the residence of Kenkichi MIYAGAWA at Jonai-mura Village, Yamato District, (today's Yanagawa City), Fukuoka Prefecture around 1910.
  888. In 1925, English researcher Edward F. STRANGE introduced it in his book, but then it went missing.
  889. In 1925, NAKAGAWA, who resigned his post as vice president of Bank of Taiwan at the termination of his term, and on December 1, was chosen to be a member of House of Peers by Imperial command, based on the application of the article 1-clause 4, 'those who contributed to the nation or those of knowledge.'
  890. In 1925, SHIGA moved to Saiwai-cho, Nara City from Yamashina Ward, Kyoto City; in 1929, he built a residence in Takahata which was adjacent to Nara Park and had an excellent view of Mt. Wakakusa.
  891. In 1925, Tsumasaburo played a nihilistic hero in "Orochi" (Serpent) and this became a big hit because it perfectly matched the tenor of the times.
  892. In 1925, crops of Kameno-o were sown in the area of 190 thousand hectares in and around Tohoku region as the representative variety of rice at that time.
  893. In 1925, developed by the municipality
  894. In 1925, he graduated from the advanced course, and in September, his father died.
  895. In 1925, he moved the principle residence of the family to Sumiyoshi Village, Muko County, Hyogo Prefecture.
  896. In 1925, he was re-elected the president.
  897. In 1925, he won an award for the first time with his work titled "Keshi" at the 6th Japan Art Academy Exhibition (Teiten).
  898. In 1925, she went to Chicago and gave the first performance of "Namiko-san" (浪子さん) presented by Aldo Franchetti.
  899. In 1925, the following year, Oyo attempted suicide, and six months later she broke up with Yumeji.
  900. In 1925, the former Minister of Army Giichi TANAKA became the president.
  901. In 1926
  902. In 1926 he collapsed while filming "Kyokotsu Mikazuki."
  903. In 1926 he was awarded the Collar of the Supreme Order of the Chrysanthemum.
  904. In 1926 the island governments were abolished and reorganized into subprefectures.
  905. In 1926 the management of Kotofu Rei (literally, the Order of the Record of Imperial Lineage) was improved, and the Kotofu Rei (Order of the Record of Imperial Lineage) (Koshitsu Rei [literally, Imperial House Act] No.6 of 1926, the previous Order of the Record of Imperial Lineage) was enacted.
  906. In 1926 through the Yomiuri Shimbun, In (Nihon Ki-in) vs Sha (Kisei-sha) matches (officially called Nihon Kiin Tai Kisei-sha Haitai Teai) were started, which were also called Taisho-daisogo.
  907. In 1926, "Ikai rei" 位階令 (the decree concerning the court rank: Imperial Ordinance No. 325 1926) was enacted.
  908. In 1926, 'Urakami Shoten' (current House Foods Corp.) put 'Instant Home Curry' on sale.
  909. In 1926, Kanjiro together with Yanagi and Hamada made public the prospectus for the Japan Folk Crafts Museum.
  910. In 1926, Naito retired from Kyoto Imperial University.
  911. In 1926, Sadanji ICHIKAWA the second rediscovered it, but the part of Daigakunosuke was not performed, and it was not really restaged until the performance at Geijutsu-za Theater on September 1965 with Hakuo MATSUMOTO the first as the leading actor, and the performance by Zenshinza Theater Company.
  912. In 1926, a full-scale tournament between the Nihon Ki-in and the Kiseisha took place, and in the first match Shusai fought a decisive battle with Junichi KARIGANE, which was the battle between captains of the two teams.
  913. In 1926, an archaeologist called Seiryo HAMADA (Kosaku HAMADA) presented 'Kudara Kannon-zo' (Statue of Kudara Kannon) on a journal titled "Buddhist Art", and gave the title "Kudara Kannon" to the collection of essays which was later presented.
  914. In 1926, at a tournament held between the Nihon Ki-in and the Kiseisha, Shusai played a match against Junichi KARIGANE.
  915. In 1926, he came up to Tokyo, counting on his elder sister who had married and lived there.
  916. In 1926, he joined the corporate headquarter of Sumitomo Group after the graduation from the University of Tokyo.
  917. In 1926, he made his debut under the name Sumizo MATSUMOTO II.
  918. In 1926, he married Mitsuko NAKAJIMA at the age of 24.
  919. In 1926, he went to Hollywood and worked as an assistant to the film unit on Charlie Chaplin's "The Circus."
  920. In 1926, her painting "Kyuri" (Cucumbers) received a prize in the Japan Academy of Fine Arts Exhibition.
  921. In 1926, it was promoted to a prefectural shrine.
  922. In 1926, the Department of the Imperial Household particularly awarded the men of virtue, and compiled and published 'the collection of documents about awards given in the Taisho period.'
  923. In 1926, the Institute for Chemical Research, the first institute attached to the university, was completed.
  924. In 1926, the ratio of liquor taxes in the annual government revenue decreased to 24.4 percent, which was still the highest, that is, higher than income tax.
  925. In 1926, the second exhibition was held at the Tokyo Prefectural Museum (present Tokyo Metropolitan Museum).
  926. In 1926, the site of Azuchi-jo Castle was designated as a historical spot by the Law for the Historic Sites, Places of Scenic Beauty and Natural Monuments enforced in 1919.
  927. In 1926, the site was surveyed and the size of the sekkaku (or ishki) (the stone case for a coffin) was measured.
  928. In 1926, with the abolishment of the county system, the island government was renamed Subprefecture, and Toshi became the governor of Subprefecture.
  929. In 1927 Kotaro TAKAMURA visited her.
  930. In 1927 and 1928, "Tantei Yawa" (Detective Stories at Night) and "Kokin Tantei Juwa" (Ten Detective Stories of Past and Present) were published.
  931. In 1927 when Kosho entered the Buddhist priesthood at the age of 15, he succeeded to the position of Kozui and became the 23rd chief priest.
  932. In 1927, 'Nihon Dogaka Kyokai' (Japan Doga Artists Association) was organized by seven artists including Takeo TAKEI, Shigeru HATSUYAMA, Shiro KAWAKAMI, Kiichi OKAMOTO, Shozo FUKAZAWA, Tomoyoshi MURAYAMA, Yoshio SHIMIZU etc. (-1941).
  933. In 1927, Katsumi Yotaro Productions hired an unknown young man named Naoyuki Hotta.
  934. In 1927, Yoshitsugu NAKAHIGASHI, the third owner, reformed and expanded the lodge to make it a restaurant and inn, and named it 'Miyamaso.'
  935. In 1927, a Keihan Electric Railway Series 600 train (the first generation), named Romance Car Keihan Electric Railway was introduced and operated as an express.
  936. In 1927, a subsidiary company, Kurama Electric Railway, was established.
  937. In 1927, he became a member of Imperial Academy.
  938. In 1927, he became an assistant professor at the same university.
  939. In 1927, he entered Makino Productions through his connection to his senior of the school Masahiro MAKINO.
  940. In 1927, he joined Konoe hiko dai 5 rentai (the Fifth Regiment of Imperial Guards aviation) according to the order for calling up in 1926 and assigned to the photograph department.
  941. In 1927, he joined Tanizaki Juro Productions as an actor.
  942. In 1927, he was born into a Nishijin brocade designer family in Kyoto Prefecture.
  943. In 1927, he wrote 'Haikaishi' (Haiku Poet) and it was performed in the following year at the Shintomi-za Theater starring Kichiemon NAKAMURA the First.
  944. In 1927, however, he was reburied in Tama Cemetery.
  945. In 1927, however, the left wing took control of the association and the right wing withdrew from the association, which incident resulted in a split of the social movement in Taiwan.
  946. In 1927, in accordance with the wishes of his father, he was sent to study under Kikugoro (VI).
  947. In 1927, prewar Ministry of Home Affairs (in Japan, present Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications) erected a stone monument at the castle site with inscription of 'Relic of Azuchi-jo Castle Ruins.'
  948. In 1927, the 'Shinjuku Nakamuraya restaurant' and 'Shiseido' put high-grade curry (eighty sen and fifty sen) on the menu.
  949. In 1927, the 'Shinjuku Nakamuraya restaurant' opened a cafe where 'genuine Indian curry rice' was served for eighty sen (a price ten times as high as curry and rice served at inexpensive eating places of that time).
  950. In 1927, the Junna-in Palace ruins were excavated and large numbers of Kawara tiles and earthenware were discovered.
  951. In 1927, the framework of the current Honden (main shrine) and the construction of Noritoya Hall (a hall for Shinto prayer) were completed.
  952. In 1927, the stone pagoda was designated as a national historical site, as 'Hokke-do Hall Ruins (the grave of Minamoto no Yoritomo).'
  953. In 1927, there was an intent to field him in the election of Kyoto City Mayor, however this again failed.
  954. In 1927, two years after Makino group left the company, Toa Kinema closed 'Koyo Studio' and concentrated its film production business at 'Toa Kinema Kyoto Studio.'
  955. In 1927, when a batch of Ichimatsu dolls were sent to the USA as 'Ambassadors of Friendship', an explanation of Japanese dolls was attached.
  956. In 1928 (at the age of 48), he became the president of of the Kuhara Mining Company and changed the name of the company to Nihon Sangyo (Nissan).
  957. In 1928 a magazine called 'Kanze' was launched.
  958. In 1928, 60th year after Boshin/Meiji Restoration) the wedding of Prince Yasuhito CHICHIBU (2nd son of Emperor Taisho) and Princess Setsuko CHICHIBU (eldest daughter of Katamori MATSUDAIRA's 6th son, Tsuneo) was held.
  959. In 1928, Makino transferred Yamanaka to First Arashi Kanjuro Productions (Kan-puro) as a screenwriter and assistant director so that he could play an active role, but the independent production company failed within the same year due to a Five company agreement.
  960. In 1928, Shiga Prefecture was designated as the management organization of the historic site, Azuchi-jo Castle Ruins.
  961. In 1928, developed by the municipality
  962. In 1928, he became a member of the House of Peers by imperial selection and was designated as the minister of Colonial Ministry (Takumu-sho) of the first Konoe cabinet; in 1938, he was assigned the post of Naikaku sangi (advisor to the cabinet).
  963. In 1928, he became the president of Kawasaki Shipbuilding (now known as Kawasaki Heavy Industries) and Kawasaki Kisen after the resignation of the first president Kojiro MATSUKATA due to the Great Depression which led to the bankruptcy of Kawasaki Dockyard in 1927.
  964. In 1928, he began studying under Kichiemon NAKAMURA I.
  965. In 1928, he enter the Buddhist priesthood in Zuigan-ji Temple, Gifu Prefecture.
  966. In 1928, he joined Kataoka Chiezo Productions as an assistant director/screenwriter.
  967. In 1928, he shot the epic film "Chukon Giretsu Jitsuroku Chushingura (literally, loyal soul and chivalry, true record of treasury of loyal retainer)," but he had conflict with Yoho II, who played a leading role.
  968. In 1928, he visited the Soviet Union and met with Joseph Stalin, while he was received as a state guest.
  969. In 1928, he was additionally granted the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  970. In 1928, he was awarded a Dairai Kinen Sho (commemorative medal for the Emperor's accession to the imperial throne).
  971. In 1928, he was employed at the Uematsu design studio in Ginza.
  972. In 1928, he won a prize at the 9th Japan Art Academy Exhibition (Teiten) for the first time, thereafter winning 13 consecutive times.
  973. In 1928, the Ministry of Education urged Prof. Hajime KAWAKAMI, the authority of the Marxian economics, to resign, and the university's faculty meeting also concluded he should quit, so Professor KAWAKAMI was forced to leave.
  974. In 1928, the Shinko Kajin Renmei (literally, the Emerging Poets' League) was established.
  975. In 1928, the company started railway service between Tenjinbashi Station and Saiin Station, but in 1930 it was merged into the Keihan Electric Railway.
  976. In 1928, the construction of existing Haiden (a hall of worship) was completed.
  977. In 1928, the first All Japan University Equestrian Championship was held for student riders of universities' clubs.
  978. In 1928, the new ferroconcrete seven-storey building, designed and constructed by Shimizu Corporation, was completed.
  979. In 1928, when Emperor Showa was in Kyoto for the enthronement ceremony, a fire broke out in Yushukan.
  980. In 1928, when Kokuga Sosaku Kyokai was dissolved, the department of western-style painting became independent and formed 'Kokugakai' (Society for National Painting).
  981. In 1928, when the Shinkeihan Line (currently Hankyu Kyoto Line) began operating between Tenjinbashi Station and Saiin Station, the company adopted a policy in which the Keihan Main Line concentrated its service on the daily users along the line, leaving the service for through-commuters between Kyoto and Osaka to the Shinkeihan Line.
  982. In 1929 after the establishment of the Republic of China, the decimal system was introduced into the measurement unit system.
  983. In 1929 during the time of Taketsuru, the distillery produced and shipped 'Shirofuda' (White Label) which was the first whisky made in Japan (Japanese whisky).
  984. In 1929 each of the two was renamed after an elementary school, i.e. the Kinrin and the Shinto school district, respectively.
  985. In 1929 he became an instructor at the Third High School.
  986. In 1929 he died of cankerous peritonitis when he was fifty six years old.
  987. In 1929 he had a cerebral hemorrhage in a train heading for Okayama during his campaign tour, and on April 13 he died in a hospital in Kyoto City.
  988. In 1929 he succeeded to the Miyake.
  989. In 1929 or so, Masataro OSHIMA bought it from an old-established family in Sado and added it to his collection "Seikei Shooku," after which it became known to the world.
  990. In 1929 while a student, he entered a piece for the first time in the tenth Japan Art Academy Exhibition (Teiten) 'Autumn in the Mountainous Country,' and received a prize for the first time.
  991. In 1929, 'Hakai' appeared in the 'Shimazaki Toson hen' (the Toson SHIMAZAKI volume), which was the sixth volume of the "Gendai chohen shosetsu zenshu" (A Collection of Modern Long Fiction, Shinchosha).
  992. In 1929, Misu Lock Gate was built because the dikes of the Uji-gawa River were repaired to make a difference in water level between the Uji-gawa River and the Go-kawa River.
  993. In 1929, Yosuke WATANABE proposed the five-battles theory for the first time, and after the end of the war, this theory was supported by Kiichiro KOBAYASHI first, followed by others.
  994. In 1929, a large restaurant in 'Hankyu Department Store' in Umeda, Osaka, sold low-price (twenty sen) curry and rice.
  995. In 1929, a part of Kamigyo Ward was split into the newly created Nakagyo Ward, Higashiyama Ward, and Sakyo Ward.
  996. In 1929, a part of Shimogyo Ward was incorporated into newly established Nakagyo and Higashiyama Wards.
  997. In 1929, at the invitation of South Manchuria Railways (Mantetsu), he made his only trip abroad in his life staying in Dalian City, Hoten (Fengtian), Harbin and other places.
  998. In 1929, he graduated from the Department of Chinese Philosophy, Toyo University.
  999. In 1929, he made a speech titled 'The enhancement of women's education.'
  1000. In 1929, however, the Act of Taiwanese Education was amended, which amendment integrated higher elementary school into junior high school and employed a desegregated school system for Taiwanese and Japanese.

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