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  1. In 1929, in the interview with Kan SHIMOZAWA, he dictated his memoir 'Shinsengumi Kikigaki'.
  2. In 1929, it was opened in time with the opening of Atagoyama Railway in Mt. Atago.
  3. In 1929, she passed away at the age of 68 years, and was buried at Awatasanryo (Sakyo Ward, Kyoto-city).
  4. In 1929, since Shochiku squeezed its budget for Bando's films, the number of films to be produced in the year was reduced to nine.
  5. In 1929, some of the areas of the southern and eastern part of the Kamigyo Ward were split off, and were integrated into the newly created Nakagyo Ward, Sakyo Ward, and Higashiyama Ward.
  6. In 1929, the construction of Shinmon (shrine gate) was completed.
  7. In 1929, the curry and rice of a large restaurant in the Hankyu Department Store that opened at Umeda Station, Osaka, gained popularity due to its low price (twenty sen) for genuine curry.
  8. In 1929, with the help of a relative, he entered the Shochiku Kamata Film Studio as an assistant apprentice.
  9. In 1930 he newly built the Bunraku-za Theater in Yotsuhashi, Osaka.
  10. In 1930 it was built as a memorial upon the marriage of Togu (Emperor Showa).
  11. In 1930 when its border with Higashiyama Ward was changed, the Awataguchi area along the southern edge was partly incorporated into Higashiyama Ward.
  12. In 1930, Hyakusui introduced Akita Ranga with a large paper edition of an art collection book called "Nihon Yoga Shoko" (The Dawn of Japanese and Western Paintings).
  13. In 1930, Minejiro YAMAZAKI (the founder of S&B Foods, Inc.) put on the market the first curry powder made in Japan.
  14. In 1930, an oshiruko (sweet red-bean soup with pieces of rice cake) shop 'Wakamatsu' located in the Ginza launched anmitsu which was a mitsumame with bean jam on it.
  15. In 1930, he became qualified for an exemption of examination when displaying art works at the Imperial Fine Arts Academy Exhibition, and this allowed him to regain his confidence.
  16. In 1930, he entered Tenryu So-do Hall (A hall for meditation) in Sagano and hung Shakujo (a priest's pewter staff) on a hook on the wall, and succeeded to the teachings of Seki Seisetsu
  17. In 1930, he made a debut on the stage in "Hana Gatami" ("Flower Basket") by playing a child's part.
  18. In 1930, he officially joined Shochiku Co., Ltd. as an assistant director.
  19. In 1930, he released a monthly magazine called "Butai" (Stage) in order to educate young people, serving as the editorial supervisor.
  20. In 1930, he succeeded to Shobei TAMAYA, the seventh at the age of seven when the sixth died.
  21. In 1930, he was elected a member of the Upper House by imperial nomination.
  22. In 1930, he wrote "Toanko" (Marquis Toan), a biography of Kinmochi SAIONJI, in which he depicted Saionji's half a lifetime.
  23. In 1930, ownership of the studio shifted to Shochiku, and the studio was used by Teikoku Kinema (Imperial Cinema Entertainment Co. Ltd.), an affiliate of Shochiku, and the name of the studio was changed to Teikoku Kinema Uzumasa Movie Studio.
  24. In 1930, she killed herself by hanging in Tokuji HAYAKAWA's home in Osaka.
  25. In 1930, the company entered into a capital alliance with 'Takarazuka Eiga' which was established by Ichizo KOBAYASHI of Hankyu Railway.
  26. In 1930, the construction of Otorii (a large gateway to a Shinto shrine) was completed.
  27. In 1931 Oaza Kisshoin was reorganized into 32 towns prefixed by 'Kisshoin' along with Kisshoin Shimanomazume-cho, making a total of 33 towns.
  28. In 1931 the Oaza was included into Kamigyo Ward, most of which was then reorganized into 39 towns prefixed by 'Takagamine.'
  29. In 1931, Kanichi UCHIDA, insisted on recognizing from the view point of nature and geography, but could make no progress.
  30. In 1931, Kyoto Institute of Textile Fibers was renamed Kyoto Institute of Textile Thread.
  31. In 1931, Research Institute of Balneotherapeutics of Kyushu University was established and the research of hot spring therapy has been conducted there.
  32. In 1931, Shochiku released "Madam to Nyobo" (directed by Heinosuke GOSHO), which is regarded as 'the nation's first talkie film.'
  33. In 1931, Teikoku Kinema was reorganized, and with the establishment of Shinko Kinema, the studio was renamed New Kinema Kyoto Studio.
  34. In 1931, during the early Showa period, Chojun MIYAGI called his circle the Goju-ryu school.
  35. In 1931, following its merger into the Keihan Electric Railway, the line was extended to Keihan Kyoto Station (Omiya Station) and the station was moved underground.
  36. In 1931, he began manufacturing airplanes with Chikuhei NAKAJIMA and established the Kawanishi Machinery Manufacture in 1934.
  37. In 1931, he settled in Kichijoji, Tokyo.
  38. In 1931, he submitted 'Gado-shita no supaku' (spark under a railroad bridge) (wood-block printing) to the ninth Exhibition of Shunyokai.
  39. In 1931, it was renamed 'Kyoto Koto Sanshi Gakko' (Kyoto Silk High School) because 'the Silk Reeling course' was added.
  40. In 1931, it was renamed 'Kyoto Koto Sanshi Gakko' (Kyoto Silk High School), and again, in 1944, it was renamed 'Kyoto Seni Senmon Gakko' (Kyoto Textile Vocational School).
  41. In 1931, its administration was moved from the Owari Tokugawa family to Tokugawa reimeikai established by the 19th family head Yoshichika TOKUGAWA, and in 1950, its administration was moved to Nagoya City and it has been managed by Hosa Library, City of Nagoya.
  42. In 1931, she dropped out of Kyoto Prefectural Suzaku Senior High School and joined Takarazuka Shojo Kagekidan.
  43. In 1931, the 'C&B curry incident' occurred.
  44. In 1931, the Japanese government established a 'Leprosy Prevention Association' by using imperial donation from the Empress Teimei.
  45. In 1931, the Noh stage was donated to the department of traditional Japanese music at the Tokyo Music School, the predecessor of the present Tokyo University of the Arts.
  46. In 1931, the school building was rebuilt into one made of reinforced concrete.
  47. In 1931, when Utaemon NAKAMURA (the fifth) played Goemon and Ganjiro NAKAMURA (the first) played Hisayoshi, every day during the performance, audience shouted against the actors on the stage: "Futari de Nisen-ryo!" (You two are worth two thousand ryo)
  48. In 1931, when a party of republicans won the general election, Alfonso XIII (King of Spain) stepped down from the throne.
  49. In 1931, when he was 34 years old, Denjiro OKOCHI started creating this garden of his own design in the pursuit of an everlasting beauty, in contrast to movie films that were difficult to store for a long time.
  50. In 1932 he joined the army but was considered a suspicious person because he helped at the Tsukiji Sho-Gekijo (Tsukiji Small Theater) and participated in demonstrations.
  51. In 1932 he newly constructed the Osaka Kabuki-za Theater in Sennichimae.
  52. In 1932 she became the first female member of 'Nihon bijutsuin' (the Japan Academy of Fine Arts), and in 1936 she married Tetsuki OGURA who studied under Tesshu YAMAOKA.
  53. In 1932, Chie Puro set up 'Talkie Study Group' in its studio and produced "Tabi wa Aozora," directed by Inagaki, using 'P.C.L. Talkie' developed by P.C.L. Eiga Seisakusho.
  54. In 1932, Chu MOMOKAWA was born in Kita Ward, Tokyo Metropolis.
  55. In 1932, Iguchi was struck by a brain hemorrhage, and in 1938, he sent the notice of the closing school and it was accepted.
  56. In 1932, Shin Manga ha Shudan (New Manga Group) was formed by young cartoonists in their 20s including Hidezo KONDO, Ryuichi YOKOYAMA and Yukio SUGIURA.
  57. In 1932, a dispute with Nikkatsu Uzumasa Studios caused Tasaka, Tomu UCHIDA, Daisuke ITO (a director), Minoru MURATA and others to form 'the Nananin-gumi' (lit. "Group of Seven"); becoming independent from Nikkatsu and establishing a new film company but this was dissolved.
  58. In 1932, after Benzo's death, Bansei LP was dismissed, and in the following year, 1933, Obihiro became the seventh city of Hokkaido that inaugurated municipal government.
  59. In 1932, he assumed the post of Privy Councilor.
  60. In 1932, he attended a meeting for founding a new group of woodblock artists held at the house of Tadashige ONO, and released his 'Self-Portrait' (wood-block printing) in the Journal 'Shin Hanga' (New woodblock print) issue 1.
  61. In 1932, he became the principal of Nishogakusha school (later Nishogakusha University).
  62. In 1932, he got married his second cousin, Tomoji ITO.
  63. In 1932, he got married with Tomoji UCHIDA (later Tomoji ITO).
  64. In 1932, he published the first haiku collection "Toko" (Frozen Harbor).
  65. In 1932, he was appointed a juror for the Japan Art Academy Exhibition (Teiten).
  66. In 1932, he was reburied in the Zenno-ji Temple where he used to serve as the chief priest, and then chureido (temple to enshrine the soul of person who fought for the loyalty) was built.
  67. In 1932, the Special Higher Police of the Ministry of Home Affairs arrested Kiyomaro TAKEUCHI, and showing of the sacred treasures was prohibited and the torii (shrine gate) of the shrine was removed due to insulting, disrespectful speech and behavior in June 1932.
  68. In 1932, the city also started a trolleybus business.
  69. In 1933 (at the age of 53), he took over the production rights for the Datsun from Automobile Industries Company (present Isuzu Mortors) for free, and in December, 1933, he founded Jidosha Seizo Company for the production of Datsun.
  70. In 1933 Inoue died, and in 1934, his disciple Yurin KANEKO obtained the permission from Marquis Morihisa HOSOKAWA (a head of the Hosokawa family at the time) and inherited 'the 34th tsukasake family of Takeda Kyuba-gunrei Kojitsu' in witness whereof Marquis HOSOKAWA and the governor of Kumamoto Prefecture.
  71. In 1933 and 1935, excavations and researches were conducted with Kosaku HAMADA of Kyoto University (at that time) and others taking the lead.
  72. In 1933 he became a eight dan holder.
  73. In 1933 he married the second daughter of Arata HOSHO.
  74. In 1933 he opened the Osaka Gekijo Theater also in Sennichimae.
  75. In 1933, "Shodo Geijutsu-sha" (an organization for calligraphic art) was established centered on Sokyu UEDA who learnt under Tenrai, and "Shodo Geijutsu (Shodo Zasshi) " (Calligraphic art (a journal of calligraphy), its bulletin, was published.
  76. In 1933, Mizoguchi left the Nikkatsu and began working for Takako IRIE's Irie Production.
  77. In 1933, Seigen GO defeated 16 opponents at a tournament called "Japan Go Championship" and won the victory.
  78. In 1933, developed by the municipality
  79. In 1933, he developed aspirations to become involved in film when he was moved by a the film "Bangaku no Issho" (The Life of Bangaku) by Sadao YAMANAKA while he was staying at his elder brother's home in Onomichi.
  80. In 1933, he submitted 'Kyuyujo' (a fuel depot) (wood-block printing) to the fourteenth Japan Art Academy Exhibition (Teiten) and the printing was selected.
  81. In 1933, he was born in a family of a Kyutei gagaku (old Japanese court music) which has been in existence since the Nara period.
  82. In 1933, he was elected President of the House of Peers.
  83. In 1933, he worked for revision of the collection of Shomyo (Buddhist liturgical chants).
  84. In 1933, karate was acknowledged by the Dai Nippon Butoku Kai (Greater Japan Martial Virtue Society) as one of the Japanese martial arts.
  85. In 1933, she erected Teisho-ji Temple in Unuma, Kagamihara City, Gifu Prefecture and entered a monastery
  86. In 1933, the Susa - Utago section came into operation and by incorporating the Mine Line's Utago - Shomyoichi - Agawa section/Shomyoichi - Senzaki section as well as the Kogushi Line, the entire portion of the Sanin Main Line consisting of the Kyoto - Hatabu section and Shomyoichi - Senzaki section opened.
  87. In 1933, the company acquired Kumogahata Bus, which operated the route from the Kitaoji-bashi stop of Kyoto City Trams to Kumogahata, and public transport that ran in the Rakuhoku area was finally stabilized.
  88. In 1934 (at the age of 54), he changed the name of Jidosha Seizo Company to Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
  89. In 1934 he married Mitsuko, who was a daughter of Prince Kinteru SANJO.
  90. In 1934 he was relocated to the Nikkatsu Tamagawa Studio, and together with Kanichi NEGISHI, who was assigned as the new head of the studio in the following year, he was working hard at the position of the general manager of the planning department.
  91. In 1934 the representatives of Kyudo-ka from various schools and board members of Kyudo-bu, Butoku-kai, gathered and talked about the integration of shooting styles at the head office of Butoku-kai, and established 'Kyudo-yosoku (the basic art of shooting an arrow)' after clamorous discussion.
  92. In 1934, Horyuji kokuho hozonjigyobu (National treasure in Horyu-ji Temple Preservation Division) was established in the Ministry of Education and Japanese government led 'Showa Daishuri' (major repair in the Showa period) project of the buildings of the Horyu-ji Temple.
  93. In 1934, Japan also entered whaling in the Antarctic ocean.
  94. In 1934, Muroto typhoon destroyed the temple building.
  95. In 1934, Nihon Kako conducted a survey on serpentine areas in Hyogo, Kyoto and Fukui Prefectures.
  96. In 1934, Shiryokaku fort was designated as a national historic site.
  97. In 1934, Taketsuru resigned from Kotobukiya Limited and founded Dainipponkaju Co., Ltd. (later Nikka Whisky).
  98. In 1934, he collapsed at the test screening of his final work as director, 'Machi no Bofu' (A storm in the town) in 1934, and passed away on August 23 of the same year.
  99. In 1934, he renamed the "Omi Brotherhood Co., Ltd." to "Omi Mission" and founded the "Kohan Press Company."
  100. In 1934, he started to write the Hanshichi series again upon the request of the magazine "Kodan Kurabu" (Kodan Club) and Seiji NOMA, president of the publisher Kodansha and a fan of Hanshichi.
  101. In 1934, he went home in Tatebayashi, and drawn Jonuma (Jo marsh) like a picture scroll.
  102. In 1934, some of his ashes were buried separately in Hokkai gobyo (mausoleum) in Sapporo City.
  103. In 1934, the Great Showa Repairs of the Horyu-ji Temple started.
  104. In 1934, there was a public auction at Tokyo Art Club for inviting the bids for the hand-painted Ukiyo-e owned by a good old family called Shunpoan, whose art works were claimed to be produced by Sharaku TOSHUSAI or Utamaro KITAGAWA.
  105. In 1934, they constructed a talkie stage and began producing talkie films using the 'Tsukagoshi Talkie method.'
  106. In 1935 it was published under the title of "Meiji Gekidan Ranpu no Moto nite" (On the Theater of the Meiji Period - Under the Lamp).
  107. In 1935, "Uetsufumi", issued from Jindai Bunka Kenkyukai (a study group of ancient time culture) was based on the "Ando-bon" which was a manuscript of "Munakata-bon" by Kazuma ANDO, the Nozu Village.
  108. In 1935, DuPont in USA succeeded in synthesizing a fiber called Nylon.
  109. In 1935, Hakushu KITAHARA started publishing the 'Tama' magazine.
  110. In 1935, MIMURA also provided a writing for the epitaph on the tombstone of Shoyo.
  111. In 1935, Masao MUNETA, a senior managing director of Chidori Kogyo in Kobe City, visited Kyoto to see Makino and expressed his intention to invest in the production and distribution of 'two talkie films a month, two sound films a month and annual aggregate of 48 films.'
  112. In 1935, Tatsukichi MINOBE emphasized the theory of the Emperor as an organ of government, which was the mainstream in the learned society, and was denounced in the House of Peers, his books became prohibited, he was prosecuted for lese majesty, and he resigned from the members of the House of Peers.
  113. In 1935, at the age of 13, she joined the Takarazuka revue as a 23rd class member and actively played male roles under the stage name 'Urara KOCHI.'
  114. In 1935, at the age of seven he became a pupil of Fusao HOSHO.
  115. In 1935, developed by the municipality
  116. In 1935, he became a member of the Imperial Art Academy (present Japan Art Academy)
  117. In 1935, he built his own kiln in Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto City and created a lot of works.
  118. In 1935, he called up and infused the spirit of the statue of Dainichi Daisho Fudo Myoo, and get engaged in shukyosenju (working exclusively for religion) with Tomoji.
  119. In 1935, he completed the whole set of volumes of 'picture scroll of the Sumida River.'
  120. In 1935, he dropped out of the University of Tokyo and was hired at the Planning Department of J.O. Studio (present-day Toho Co., Ltd.).
  121. In 1935, he entered Tokyo School of Fine Arts (present Tokyo University of Arts).
  122. In 1935, he was asked by the "Japan Medical Journal" for an expert opinion, and he checked five out of seven and replied that they were fakes.
  123. In 1935, he was awarded a Manchukuo Emperor's Kinen Sho.
  124. In 1935, his father, Ganjiro I died.
  125. In 1935, the Emperor Organ Theory was officially driven out in the House of Peers with political strife between parties involved, and Minobe, who was an advocator of the theory and a councilor by Imperial command, addressed the Diet in his own defense.
  126. In 1935, this foundation opened the Tokugawa Museum at the site of the second residence of the Owari Tokugawa family in Higashi Ward, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture.
  127. In 1935, through his close friend Kiichiro HIRANUMA, he began to associate with the generals of Kodoha (the Imperial Way group) of the army, such as Sadao ARAKI and Junzaburo MASAKI, taking a stance which was not always compatible with the political policy of Kinmochi SAIONJI.
  128. In 1936, Shusai assigned and transferred the professional name of Honinbo to the Nihon Ki-in.
  129. In 1936, Yamada nishiki/Aichi mikawa nishiki No.4 were cross-fertilized, and in 1958, after the Pacific War, breeding was fixed.
  130. In 1936, a movie titled "Sojuro-zukin" was released, which was starred by Kanjuro ARASHI.
  131. In 1936, during the Hirota Cabinet, the regulation 'a candidate that a minister and a Suke (vice minister) appoint shall be an active general' was implemented as the Department of War and the Navy regulation (appended table, appendix) and Gunbu Daijin Geneki Bukan sei was revived.
  132. In 1936, he established Naritasan tachikawa tachisho ko ((Buddhist) lecture meeting of Naritasan tachikawa tachisho) as the kochu (religious groups) of Naritasan Shinsho-ji Temple of Shingon sect in association with Fudo Myoo.
  133. In 1936, he organized Jyuen (cerebration party of longevity) in his Koki (the cerebration of a person's 70th birthday) in substitution for his funeral in the future.
  134. In 1936, he published 6-minute short animation film, "The new theory of Mount Kachikachi" created all by himself including the script writing, drawing, filming and editing processes.
  135. In 1936, he ran in the 19th election of the House of Representatives and was elected for the first time.
  136. In 1936, he was awarded Jushichii (Junior Seventh Rank).
  137. In 1936, he was elected to the House of Representatives from Kyoto District 2 and served 4 terms.
  138. In 1936, the China Incident sparked the move toward reverently enshrining the souls of persons from Kyoto who sacrificed themselves for the nation, leading to the formation of the Ryozan Kansai Shokonsha Shrine Erection Committee that worked to expand the precinct and construct new shrine buildings.
  139. In 1936, the rice was named 'Yamada-nishiki' and became the recommendable variety of Hyogo Prefecture.
  140. In 1936, the union of Mikuriya Yosui managed to get 85,000 yen from Furukawa Mining as funds for the project to improve the intake; before the works, they had drawn water directly from Watarase-gawa River, however, after the works, they began to draw water from the undercurrent.
  141. In 1937 (at the age of 57), he moved Nissan to Manchuria and became the first president and consultant of the Manchurian Industrial Development Company.
  142. In 1937 he took the name Kanemon FUJIMA (IV) from his father, Koshiro (VII).
  143. In 1937 the Japan-China war broke out and the military importance of Taiwan heightened, so military officers were again appointed to the post.
  144. In 1937 when she left Takarazuka, she made her film debut in the Nikkatsu title "Miyamoto Musashi: The Earth Chapter," playing the role of Otsu.
  145. In 1937, Kun-itto (Order of First Class), Kyokujitsu-Toka Daijusho (Order of the Rising Sun with Paulownia Flower, Grand Cordon) was conferred on him.
  146. In 1937, Saionji asked permission to resign from his position as a Genro when Kazushige UGAKI, who received an order to form a cabinet, failed because of resistance from the military.
  147. In 1937, Shochiku Tochi Tatemono Kogyo Co., LTD. merged with Shochiku Kogyo, Co., Ltd., founded by Takejiro to supervise Tokyo Shochiku.
  148. In 1937, Sino-Japanese Peace Memorial Hall was established on the site of a restaurant hotel "Shunpanro," where materials relating to the conference are exhibited and the peace conference of that time is reproduced.
  149. In 1937, he became the first member of the Japan Art Academy from the field of theater.
  150. In 1937, he entered Toho Film Studios.
  151. In 1937, he moved to Tokyo and with P.C.L Film Studios he released his final masterpiece "Ninjo Kamifusen" (Humanity and Paper Balloons) featuring the Zenshinza kabuki theater troupe before he joined the army.
  152. In 1937, he played the main role first in "Hagoromo" ("The Feather Mantle").
  153. In 1937, he published the second half of "A Dark Night's Passing," completing it.
  154. In 1937, he worked as an assistant director of the film "What Did the Lady Forget?" directed by Yasujiro OZU, and debuted as a director with the film "Okusama ni Shirasu Bekarazu" (Madame Shall Not Know).
  155. In 1937, the Sino-Japanese War erupted, and in the following year the 'National General Mobilization Act' was issued.
  156. In 1937, the association of the rakusui-shi paper industry of Tokyo was organized, the number of the members reached thirty-five, and the annual production of the sheets of paper reached four-millions and five-hundred thousands in 1940.
  157. In 1937, the conferment of Bunka Kunsho (the Order of Culture) was started.
  158. In 1937, the head of Sugawara mura, Kitagawachi gun applied to Osaka Prefecture for designation of the village as a historic site.
  159. In 1937, when the Sakado Kongo family line was ended as Ukyo KONGO died, those of the other four schools recommended him for the headmaster of the Kongo school and he succeeded the head family of the school.
  160. In 1938 Shusai decided to retire.
  161. In 1938 and 1939, Watarase-gawa River had flooded greatly and the mining pollution poured into the farmlands again.
  162. In 1938, 'the Krupp-Renn process' was introduced from Krupp, a German company, as a suitable technology for the treatment of poor ore.
  163. In 1938, Atsuo MASAMUNE, a scholar of Japanese literature, edited the manuscripts surviving at the time and published them.
  164. In 1938, East Kamiina-gun Education Board published "Seigetsu-san" as a supplementary Japanese textbook.
  165. In 1938, Ennei entered the Buddhist priesthood.
  166. In 1938, Fumimaro KONOE, the Prime Minister and the head of the Konoe family at that time, built it in this place close to Ninna-ji Temple in the northwest of Kyoto City urban district.
  167. In 1938, Momosuke FUKUZAWA passed away
  168. In 1938, Tamemitsu MIMURODO, the first son of Yukimitsu, made the Otsuka branch school of the Tokyo-Koto-Ongakugakuin independent to found Toho-Ongakugakko (later, the Toho College of Music, and Toho Junior College of Music).
  169. In 1938, a magazine "Fujin Koron" hosted a design contest for female clothes in emergency.
  170. In 1938, at the age of 64, Shusai announced his retirement as a professional go player, playing a retirement game with Minoru KITANI who had won the victory over the league match.
  171. In 1938, he established Tokeizan Shincho-ji Temple and changed its name to 'Shingon sect Daigoha school, Tachikawa Fudoson Kyokai.'
  172. In 1938, he joined the panel of the Nitten Exhibition.
  173. In 1938, he was awarded a higher title of Hakushaku (count) for his services to "Meiji Tenno ki,." which had been completed in the previous year.
  174. In 1938, it was included in the 29th volume of "Enlarged New Edition of the Summa Japanese History" compiled by Katsumi KUROSAKA (Yoshikawa Kobunkan Inc.).
  175. In 1938, she returned to Kyoto because of World War II.
  176. In 1938, the child of Yasaburo NAKAMURA became Shigejuro FUKUO the 15th and rebuilt the family, and today, his child, Teruyuki takes the name of Shigejuro FUKUO the 16th.
  177. In 1939
  178. In 1939, Akayashiro-cho and Higashi Onmaeda-cho were established.
  179. In 1939, The Japan Equestrian Archery Association, led by the chairperson Kentaro KANEKO, was established.
  180. In 1939, Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department Office of Security banned the public performance of the Noh drama "Goko OHARA" as being disrespectful.
  181. In 1939, at Daigo-ji Temple, he completed the teachings of Ein Kanjo (the ceremony to be the successor of a ritual of the Ein School), Daiho (great traditions of Esoteric practices) for lay believers.
  182. In 1939, developed by the municipality
  183. In 1939, he died from pneumonia in Meguro.
  184. In 1939, he entered his work titled "Shobu" at the 3rd New Bunten Exhibition.
  185. In 1939, he gained the Shike (Training Master's credentials) of Tenryu So-do-Hall.
  186. In 1939, he moved to Kansai kabuki.
  187. In 1939, he started performing new Noh dramas together with Zenmaro TOKI.
  188. In 1939, he was awarded a Kun hachito (eighth grade) Order of the Sacred Treasure.
  189. In 1939, it was relinquished by the Imperial Household Department.
  190. In 194 of the Later Han Dynasty, however, four countries of Gansu Province side were separated and named Yong Zhou, while the Shan Xi Province was continuously called Liang Zhou.
  191. In 1940 Tosho-Chosonsei in the Izu Island chain was shifted to the regular town and village system, and Aogashima Village was established in the Aogashima island under the regular town and village system at the same time.
  192. In 1940 a ship called 'Okiyomaru' was built by the Navy Association of Japan, Dainippon Kaiyo Shonendan (National Association of Naval Youth) and Osaka Mainichi Shinbun as a part of the commemoration of the 2600th anniversary of Japan.
  193. In 1940 he became Chairman of the Japan Buddhist Federation.
  194. In 1940 he went to the China Incident and died from an accident of his military plane's crash landing while in a military exercise in Menggu area.
  195. In 1940, 'mixed curry and rice' (special curry) (called 'Indian curry' at a branch restaurant 'SENBA JIYUKEN') of this restaurant became famous when Sakunosuke ODA introduced this curry in his novel "Meoto Zenzai" (A Pair of Zenzai - a sweet porridge of azuki beans boiled and crushed and eaten with rice-flour dumplings).
  196. In 1940, Jingi-in was established replaceing Bureau of Shinto shrines for events commemorating the 2,600-th anniversary of the start of the emperor system.
  197. In 1940, Yasuyuki MIYAKE (six years old at that time), who was the oldest son of Tokuro MIYAKE, the ninth, became an adopted son of the daughter of Motokiyo YAMAWAKI, the 16th family head, inheriting the family as Motohide YAMAWAKI, the 19th family head.
  198. In 1940, a commemorative ceremony for the 2,600th year of the founding of Japan, Japan's 121st Emperor Komei, the final Emperor to reside in Heiankyo, were added to the enshrined deities.
  199. In 1940, after it was registered by the Japan National Railway for the third time, it was sold to Ecchu Railway (it later became the Imizu Line of Toyama Chiho Tetsudo Inc. and the current Manyo Line Shinminatoko Line).
  200. In 1940, both factions dissolved and they took part in the new system movement, and then they joined the Imperial Rule Assistance Association.
  201. In 1940, dropping out of Ritsumeikan Commercial High School (subsequently known as Ritsumeikan High School under the new system), Shimizu became Munemaro ISHIGURO's pupil to study Chinese ceramic art.
  202. In 1940, he graduated the department of sculpture of the Tokyo School of Fine Arts (present Tokyo University of Arts).
  203. In 1940, he married Sumi, a daughter of Shoko KAWASAKI, a Japanese-style painter.
  204. In 1940, he was assigned to the privy council, but he received the military repression including the ban on sales of his book, "Nisen Gohyakunen-shi."
  205. In 1940, he wrote a script of "Tsuma no baai: zen-ko-hen" (My wife's case: Part 1, Part 2) (a talking picture, Toho Cinemas Co.); however, his later works and activities had been unknown since then.
  206. In 1940, in commemoration of 2600 years of the Imperial reign Kuninao was enshrined in Hokkaido Kaitaku-jinja Shrine.
  207. In 1940, she appeared in the film "Naniwa Onna" (literally, "a woman in Naniwa") directed by Kenji MIZOGUCHI, in which she bolstered her self-confidence by meeting the Director's severe demands.
  208. In 1940, the government approved the budget for the project, however, it is considered that they could not carry out large repairs because it was during World War II.
  209. In 1940, the government conducted an audit of sake distributed in the market to classify as 'Special class,' 'First class,' 'Second class,' 'Third class,' 'Fourth class,' and 'Fifth class,' based on alcohol content and quality of sake for the purpose of the reconstruction of sake market.
  210. In 1940: The journal was discontinued.
  211. In 1941
  212. In 1941 it became a movie by Director Kenji MIZOGUCHI and actors in the Zenshinza theatrical company.
  213. In 1941 the government ordered in the name of the state of emergency that the religions and sects having the same founder of religion or the same founder of sect or the same dharma should be consolidated.
  214. In 1941 with the enforcement of the National School Order, shoka developed into the geinoka (entertainment course) music.
  215. In 1941, Honmon Hokke Sect, Honmyo Hokke Sect and Hokke Sect merged together pursuant to the Religious Corporations Act and officially named itself Hokke Sect.
  216. In 1941, Honmon Sect merged with the Shoretsu School of Kenpon Hokke Sect and Icchi School of Nichiren Sect in accordance with the Religious Corporation Act and officially named themselves Nichiren Sect.
  217. In 1941, Kenpon Hokke Sect, Honmon Sect and Nichiren Sect consolidated in accordance with the Religious Corporation Act and the new sect officially named itself Nichiren Sect.
  218. In 1941, Kichijiro married into the Okura family; he was the second son of Kyuji SHIGEYAMA (later Yagoro ZENCHIKU, the first Living National Treasure in Kyogen circles), an adopted son of Chuzaburo SHIGEYAMA, the second (Yoshitoyo) who came from a branch family of the Sengoro SHIGEYAMA family.
  219. In 1941, Kichijiro, the second son of Yagoro ZENCHIKU (Kyuji SHIGEYAMA at that time), married Yasu, a sotomago of Toratoshi's daughter, assuming the post of the family head as Yataro OKURA, the 24th (later Yaemon) to restore the head family.
  220. In 1941, Myokaku-ji Temple (Okayama City) (Okayama Prefecture) of the Fujufuse School of Nichiren Sect and Honkaku-ji Temple (Okayama City) (Okayama Prefecture) of the Fujufuse Nichiren Komon School merged and officially named itself Honge Seishu Sect.
  221. In 1941, Myokaku-ji Temple (Okayama City) (Okayama Prefecture) of the Fujufuse School of Nichiren Sect and Honkaku-ji Temple (Okayama City) (Okayama Prefecture) of the Fujufuse Nichiren Komon Sect merged together and officially named itself Honge Seishu Sect.
  222. In 1941, Vories acquired Japanese citizenship, changing his name to Mereru HITOTSUYANAGI.
  223. In 1941, after graduating from Keio University Faculty of Letters, Nomura joined Shochiku Ofuna Studio.
  224. In 1941, an archetype of Naikanho was completed.
  225. In 1941, at Daigo-ji Temple, he completed the teachings of Kintai-ryobu denpo-kanjo, Daiho (great traditions of Esoteric practices) for priests to become Great Ajari, but he devoted himself to the management of his own religious sect and the establishment of his own teachings without aiming to become zasu (temple's head priest) of Daigo-ji Temple.
  226. In 1941, developed by the municipality
  227. In 1941, he revised the religious system of his community by deserting its conventional custom to deny worship to the Kami or God, and proclaimed, 'one of the principles of founding this religious school is to let the public know our religious style to respect secular laws as standard.'
  228. In 1941, he was awarded Shoshichii (Senior Seventh rank), became an instructor of Gagaku Learning Center, Kanbesho, Jingu shrine, and was awarded Year 2600 Commemorative Medal.
  229. In 1941, he went to Kyoto for one year as a building supervisor for Kenji MIZOGUCHI's film, "Genroku Chushingura" (The 47 Ronin).
  230. In 1941, his grandson, Kinkazu SAIONJI, who was the brains of the Konoe Cabinet, was arrested for being involved in the Sorge Incident.
  231. In 1941, his lung diseases worsened, and he passed away at the early age of 44.
  232. In 1941, immediately preceding the outbreak of war between Japan and the United States, the third Konoe Cabinet resigned en masse and his name was mentioned as a possibility for the next Prime Minister.
  233. In 1941, it was united with the Kenpon Hokke Sect of Shoretsu School and the Nichiren Sect of Icchi School in order to form the better organization, the Nichiren Sect, which was composed of major and branch temples of various schools of Shoretsu School and Icchi School.
  234. In 1941, the Hokke sect, Honmon Hokke sect and Honmyo Hokke sect were amalgamated as prescribed by the Religious Corporations Ordinance whereby becoming publicly referred to as the Hokke Sect.
  235. In 1941, the Honmyo Hokke Sect, Honmon Hokke Sect and Hokke Sect were amalgamated as prescribed by the Religious Corporations Ordinance whereby becoming publicly referred to as the Hokke Sect.
  236. In 1941, the Patriotic Women's Association and the Japan Women's Group Association were absorbed into the Japan's National Defense Women's Association and they were integrated into the Japan Women's Association.
  237. In 1941, the U.S-Japan war started with the Attack on Pearl Harbor.
  238. In 1941, the authority pressured a number of Buddhist schools with the same founder to be unified, and 9 schools of the Nichiren Sect were unified in to 4 schools.
  239. In 1941, the fighter employed by the Army was named as Type 1 fighter (commonly called as Hayabusa (falcon)).
  240. In 1942
  241. In 1942 a stone monument for commemorating the birthplace of the Imperial Navy of Japan and a monument in the shape of a stockless anchor were built.
  242. In 1942 when he was released on parole, he cried out loud, 'The day I am released is the day Japan's defeat begins.'
  243. In 1942, Kokichi KANO appeared in court and testified as a witness for the prosecution, together with Shinkichi HASHIMOTO, who was a linguist.
  244. In 1942, Matsuodairicho Town was established.
  245. In 1942, Shinichi built a sanctuary, Tenbori in Moriyama Ward, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture, and established a religious corporation, Tenso Kokyo.
  246. In 1942, an industry track was also opened, which connected Tango Yamada Station with the nickel refinery (Nippon Yakin Kogyo Co., Ltd's Oe Factory), located at Iwataki Town (the town to the northeast of Tango Yamada Station).
  247. In 1942, during World War II, Yamamoto directed "Hawai Mare oki kaisen" (The War at Sea from Hawaii to Malay) at Toho Co., Ltd. (film studio) with Eiji TSUBURAYA as his special effects director.
  248. In 1942, he submitted his script to a public call for nationalist film scripts by the Information Bureau, but received only an honorable mention.
  249. In 1942, he was recruited by the army when he participated in repairing Juichimen senju kannon sentaizo at Sanjusangendo Temple in Kyoto.
  250. In 1942, it was published under the title of "Meiji no Engeki" (The Theater of the Meiji Period) together with "Kabuki Dangi" (Kabuki Lecture) for Daito Selected Classics of Literature by Daito Publishing, and it was recommended by the Ministry of Education as "a contribution to the moral education of young people during the war."
  251. In 1942, she retired and became a housewife; her last movie was "Utau Tanuki Goten" the mega hit movie directed by Keigo KIMURA.
  252. In 1942, the Kyogamisaki Sub Base was built as a Japanese Imperial Navy observation post.
  253. In 1942, the Ministry of Health and Welfare announced a new form of female standard clothing.
  254. In 1942, the bureau system was adopted, and, beginning with General Affairs and Defense, nine bureaus, two departments, one room, fifty-two sections, and one place were established, and in December, they were changed into a wartime regime according to the plan of the Government for simplification of the public administration.
  255. In 1942, the old version of the Bank of Japan Law was promulgated, when regulation of the Bank of Japan and regulation of convertible bank note was abolished.
  256. In 1942, under the wartime government program to rationalize and consolidate small business enterprises, business integration took place in all industries.
  257. In 1943
  258. In 1943 (at the age of 63): On November 17, when Ginjiro FUJIWARA became a member of the Tojo Cabinet, AYUKAWA took the position of an advisor of the Cabinet along with Keita GOTO and Teiichi SUZUKI..
  259. In 1943 due to the revision of Normal School Order all the normal schools were transferred to the government and also promoted to educational institutions equal to old-system vocational schools, and youth normal schools were set up afresh (the Order was revised the next year).
  260. In 1943 which was during the war, the Ikko school separated from the Ji sect and belonged to the Jodo sect.
  261. In 1943, "Travel Diary of Sora," a diary of Sora who accompanied the trip of "the Narrow Road to the Deep North" was reprinted.
  262. In 1943, Kan KIKUCHI assumed the position of Daiei's first president.
  263. In 1943, Showa Kogyo, Shinjuku Kogyo and Keihin Kogyo merged, increasing their capital to 500,000 yen, and the company expanded to manage a total of seven theaters.
  264. In 1943, Tokyo became 'To,' and two Fu domains of Osaka and Kyoto were left.
  265. In 1943, all liquors began to be rationed and they were traded mainly in the black market after that.
  266. In 1943, an investigation was conducted as a cleaning-up work.
  267. In 1943, at the age of 21, she gave birth to her eldest son Shoichi.
  268. In 1943, during the Second World War, the Keihan Electric Railway and Hanshin Electric Express Railway were merged into a single company called the Keihanshin Express Railway (which was renamed the Hankyu Corporation in 1973).
  269. In 1943, he became a professor at Kyoto Imperial University.
  270. In 1943, he entered the navy as the fourteenth navy preliminary student due to student mobilization.
  271. In 1943, he received the Order of Culture.
  272. In 1943, he was appointed a juror for the Bunten exhibition (the annual art exhibition sponsored by the Ministry of Education).
  273. In 1943, it merged with Central Agricultural Society due to the establishment of Agriculture Organization Act.
  274. In 1943, she became popular for her role as Sayo, the heroine in "Sanshiro Sugata," the directorial debut of Akira KUROSAWA.
  275. In 1943, soon after starting at Hirosaki High School (in the old system) (the present Hirosaki University), Suzuki went to war under the student mobilization order.
  276. In 1943, the 100th Infantry Battalion was deployed to Europe and fought on the front in Italy and France, where they were commended for their fierce fighting in various battles, such as that in Monte Cassino.
  277. In 1943, the area began to receive attention as a temple site after the excavation of roof tiles, and this was followed by the discovery of a stacked-tile podium in excavations carried out in 1966.
  278. In 1943, the draft deferment was stopped for the humanities' students, and they went to the battlefront one after another.
  279. In 1943, together with the acceleration of war, Maizuru Chinju-fu enhanced its function as a Japanese Naval base, and many naval facilities were built not only in Higashi-Maizuru City (Higashi Maizuru region) but also in Old Maizuru City (Nishi Maizuru region).
  280. In 1944
  281. In 1944 Hiromichi inherited the family's stage name to become '8th Kuroemon KATAYAMA' however, he reverted back to his own name (Hiromichi) in 1958.
  282. In 1944 at the end of Pacific War, the Army of the Great Empire of Japan started a plan to move the Imperial Palace and the Imperial headquarters to Matsushiro Machi, Nagano Prefecture (present Nagano City), but the plan was suspended due to the end of the war (Matsushiro Imperial headquarters).
  283. In 1944 during World War II, the majority of schools of foreign languages were renamed 'foreign affairs college.'
  284. In 1944, Koa Eiga where he worked, was taken over by Shochiku Ofuna Studios, and he moved to the screenplay department.
  285. In 1944, Kyoto College of Technology was renamed Kyoto Vocational College of Technology, and Kyoto Institute of Textile Thread was renamed Kyoto Vocational College of Textile.
  286. In 1944, Seinen-Gakko Kyoin-Yoseijo of Kyoto Prefecture (Training Institute for teachers of Young Men's School of Kyoto Prefecture; established in 1935) was transferred to the control of the national government and became Kyoto Seinen Shihan-Gakko (Kyoto Young Men's Normal School).
  287. In 1944, a section was extended from the middle of Onoko provisional tramline to rise along Onoko Nishidani (Onoko west ravine).
  288. In 1944, during the war, the railway was demolished and its materials collected; however, in 1955, after the war, operation was revived under the direct management of the Keihan Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
  289. In 1944, he became a Teishitsu Gigeiin (Imperial art expert), as well as, a professor at the Tokyo Fine Art School(present Tokyo University of Art).
  290. In 1944, he is said to have warned, 'Hiroshima will face disaster in the end. Residents of Hiroshima should evacuate.'
  291. In 1944, he moved to Miyako Island, where he was engaged in construction of an airfield.
  292. In 1944, he participated in the Quasi-expert Tournament (sponsored by the Yomiuri Shimbun), and played against Seigen GO, resulting in shiroban-jigo.
  293. In 1944, he succeeded to the name Kichizo (the second) to become the third iemoto of the Wakayagi school.
  294. In 1944, he was appointed second lieutenant, and as a naval brigade leader, took 150 men to Amoi City, South China.
  295. In 1944, the 100th Infantry Battalion was integrated into the 442nd Regiment, which consisted of Japanese volunteers.
  296. In 1944, the escalating war made him evacuate to Nikko Tamozawa Imperial Villa in Nikko City, Tochigi Prefecture at first, and then to Hotel Nanma in a hot-spring town Yumoto, Oku-Nikko.
  297. In 1944, the war raged and bombs were dropped in Tachikawa and Tomoji and children evacuated to the countryside.
  298. In 1944, they decided to select one from Sakhalin to make the number to 67, but because of the loss of Sakhalin after the war, the election never took place.
  299. In 1944, when the Tojo Cabinet dissolved, there was a move by Hideki TOJO to remain as the Minister of War for the replacement Koiso Cabinet (Tojo was the Prime Minister and the War Minister).
  300. In 1945
  301. In 1945 World War II ended, and there were no longer controls on speeches and meetings, and in the following year, the peasants of the Watarase-gawa valley of the eastern Gunma Prefecture gathered and formed the Union for Relocation of Ashio copper mine Refinery.
  302. In 1945 she died of erysipelas.
  303. In 1945, Taiwan completely discontinued issuing an opium usage license.
  304. In 1945, Vories acted as intermediary between Douglas MacArthur and Fumimaro KONOE.
  305. In 1945, a series of Kobe Air Raids were carried on successively in March and June.
  306. In 1945, all the theatres that they managed were burned down as the result of an air raid.
  307. In 1945, before the Keihan Railway became independent, the Shinkeihan Line was extended to Umeda, which is believed to have been one of the reasons the former Shinkeihan lines remained in the possession of the Hankyu Corporation.
  308. In 1945, by the end of the war, the demand for unity disappeared, but 7 honzan temples and their former branch temples of Fujimon School did not regain their independence as a unified sect,
  309. In 1945, he fled to Fukuno-machi, Toyama Prefecture for safety and lived there until 1949.
  310. In 1945, he greeted the end of the war in Miyako-jima Island, but he was placed in Kadena Prisoner's Camp in the main island of Okinawa.
  311. In 1945, he responded to a call-up for military service and the war ended when he was in Kumamoto.
  312. In 1945, he volunteered to enter a suicide corps (known as Tokkotai).
  313. In 1945, he was awarded a Kun nanato (seventh grade) Order of the Sacred Treasure.
  314. In 1945, it was just after his resignation as the temporary Shinto priest when US military fire bomb hit the main shrine and his life was saved.
  315. In 1945, it was repealed by 'the order of the abolition of the Security Police Law (the Imperial Edict of 1945, no. 638)' on November 21 on the order of the General Headquarters of the Allied Powers (GHQ) after the World War II.
  316. In 1945, its operation was stopped by order of the allied forces due to Japan's defeat in the Pacific War.
  317. In 1945, neither Zenkoku Shinshu Kanpyokai nor National Seishu (sake) Competitions were held, as is to be expected.
  318. In 1945, the 442nd Regiment received 18,143 medals and 9,476 Medals of Honor, becoming the squad who received the biggest number of medals in U.S. Army history.
  319. In 1945, the Religious Corporation Ordinance (1945, the Imperial Ordinance No.719) replaced the Religious Organization Law and in the following year, Jinja-Honcho (The Association of Shinto Shrines), which is independent from government organizations, was established.
  320. In 1945, the company was renamed Daiei Motion Pictures.
  321. In 1945, the electoral law was amended, enabling the election of Diet members from Taiwan, but it was never realized due to the defeat of the Japan in the war.
  322. In 1945, the ration ticket system of clothes was established.
  323. In 1945, the troops were successively stationed in Miho Airport, and it was getting difficult to have elementary and intermediate training.
  324. In 1945, the war ended while he was serving in the Takarazuka Kaigun Kokutai (Naval Air Fleet).
  325. In 1945: The term of the faculty of Silk Reeling for Women was shortened into one year.
  326. In 1946 Akiyo studied under Minoru KITA (15th hereditary head of the Kita school of Noh).
  327. In 1946 Ogasawara Islands were put under direct rule by the U.S. Forces.
  328. In 1946 Torao OITA, the president of Kinki Nippon Railway Company (Kintetsu), established the Museum Yamatobunkakan Foundation.
  329. In 1946 after World War II, he came back with the democracy film 'Josei no shori' (The Victory of Women) featuring Kinuyo, but his movies remained unsuccessful, possibly affected by his utter failure of 'Genroku chushingura.'
  330. In 1946 he aimed at conserving and promoting classical theater in the post-war years of recovery.
  331. In 1946 was elected a Councilor of Japan's House of Lords (large taxpayer Councilor).
  332. In 1946, 'The GI Fiancee Act' was enacted, which permitted Japanese women who were engaged to American soldiers in the Occupation Forces to enter the U.S.
  333. In 1946, Honge Seishu Sect was split into two schools and each of them became independent.
  334. In 1946, Kyoto Bus was founded by merging the subsidiary bus companies of Kyoto Dento in the Kyoto area, which eventually covered the routes consisting of 120.9 km in Kyoto and Fukui by 1950.
  335. In 1946, Motonobu KANZE's grandfather Motonori KANZE (15th generation performer of the large Japanese hand drum in musical ensembles accompanying Noh performances) died and subsequently, Motonobu succeeded his grandfather as head of the family.
  336. In 1946, North and South Korean residents in Japan uncovered his remains and a national funeral was carried out in his native country, Korea.
  337. In 1946, a boy who later became Shotaro YANAGIYA was born in Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo Metropolis.
  338. In 1946, after World War II, two public foreign affairs colleges, one in Kobe and the other in Kokura, were established as the last schools in the old education system.
  339. In 1946, at Negishi's request, he quit Shochiku Co., Ltd. to join Toyoko Film Company (the predecessor of Toei) which was owned by Tokyu Corporation.
  340. In 1946, at the age of eighteen he played a main role for the first time in "Yoshinoshizuka."
  341. In 1946, being discharged from the military service after World War II, Nomura worked as Assistant Director to Akira KUROSAWA making his directorial debut with "Pigeon" in 1952.
  342. In 1946, both the kanpyokai and the competitions were barely restarted.
  343. In 1946, by the issuance of the uniform act for police officers and firefighters (the 367th imperial edict in 1946), they were basically banned to carry a sword.
  344. In 1946, executive managing director Masaichi NAGATA was promoted to the position of vice president.
  345. In 1946, he announced himself as Sensaku, the second.
  346. In 1946, he became a music student of Kunaicho Gakubu (Music Department of Imperial Household Agency).
  347. In 1946, he graduated from the Department of History, Faculty of Literature, Kyoto University.
  348. In 1946, he returned to Japan.
  349. In 1946, he succeeded to Sengoro, the 11th when his father-in-law became Sensaku, and in 1966 he became Sensaku, the third.
  350. In 1946, he succeeded to the name Sengoro SHIGEYAMA, the 11th and in 1966, Sensaku SHIGEYAMA, the Third.
  351. In 1946, he was appointed the eighth chief abbot of the Tenryu-ji Temple school of the Rinzai sect.
  352. In 1946, he was demobilized and went back to Shochiku Ofuna Studios, and in 1947 he worked as an assistant director for Keisuke KINOSHITA.
  353. In 1946, he was elected as the administrative director of the Kyoto association of craft artists.
  354. In 1946, he won the Best Director Award at the first Mainichi Film Awards for his first postwar movie "Minshu no teki" (An Enemy of the People) which portrayed the corruption of the zaibatsu (family-controlled conglomerates) during the war.
  355. In 1946, it became independent from the Great Shingon sect, declaring itself as the Daigo School of the Shingon Sect, and has continued to the present day.
  356. In 1946, it was used in the Akira KUROSAWA's movie, "Waga Seishun ni Kuinashi (No Regrets for My Youth)", so it came to be known nationwide by the general public.
  357. In 1946, she died at a villa in Atami
  358. In 1946, she died from pancreatic cancer.
  359. In 1946, the Ministry of Education, council for superstition took a survey 'Is Kimon [demon's gate] to be avoided,' surprisingly one may believe or not, two thirds of the reply was 'Yes.'
  360. In 1946, the manufacture and sales of curry powder resumed due to the end of the war.
  361. In 1946, the sword was sold from Matsudaira Family of Tsuyama Domain to a sword merchant, and after twists and turns it passed into the state's possession and now is in the collection of the Tokyo National Museum.
  362. In 1946, yukaku were abolished by order of the General Headquarters of the Allied Powers (GHQ) and red-light districts appeared instead, but Anti-Prostitution Law went into effect in 1958 and they also disappeared temporarily.
  363. In 1947 'Ebisubashi Shochiku Theater' (commonly called 'Ebisu Matsu') opened in South Osaka.
  364. In 1947 after the defeat in World War II and the Pacific War, it was dissolved by the supreme commander of the General Headquarters of the Allied Powers.
  365. In 1947 after the war, the Onoko Nishi (west) tramline was removed, and the rails were returned to their original straight form and given back to the Yuragawa-river dam construction office of Ministry of Interior.
  366. In 1947 he died of stroke.
  367. In 1947 he joined Daiei Motion Picture Company as an assistant director.
  368. In 1947 he returned to Japan, and the next year he died in Beppu City.
  369. In 1947, President Kan KIKUCHI resigned to devote more time to writing.
  370. In 1947, Toyoko Film Company was established and the studio became the property of the company.
  371. In 1947, after many changes it became the three-year coeducational Doshisha Junior High School.
  372. In 1947, after the War, Empress Tomoko died.
  373. In 1947, after the war, his family moved from Dalian City back to Japan, where he lived between the ages of 15 and 18 in his aunt's house in Ube City, Yamaguchi Prefecture.
  374. In 1947, along with the promulgation of the new constitution, the museum came under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Education, and became Nara Branch Museum of the National Museum.
  375. In 1947, an agreement was executed with Daiei and preparations began to produce movies at the Daiei No. 2 studio.
  376. In 1947, by the abolition of the Constitution of the Empire of Japan and enforcement of the Constitution of Japan, Kizokuin and the peerage system was abolished.
  377. In 1947, he announced in Kabuki-za Theater the succession to the professional name of 'Kichiya KAMIMURA' that had been abandoned since the Genroku era.
  378. In 1947, he became a gikan (bureaucrat with specialized skills) of Kunaifu (Imperial Household Agency).
  379. In 1947, he became a professor at Kyoto-shiritsu Bijutsu Senmon Gakko (Kyoto City Specialist School of Arts) and continued to teach there even after the school had been reorganized into Kyoto City University of Arts.
  380. In 1947, he entered a contest with his work titled "Akamatsu."
  381. In 1947, he formed a choir 'Otani Gakuen' with his wife, Satoko, the urakata (spouse of the current Monshu).
  382. In 1947, he let his younger brother Tetsunojo to succeed and retired, and began to use a setsugo (a name including a Chinese character, 雪), Kasetsu (華雪).
  383. In 1947, he paired up with Kozaburo YOSHIMURA and released "Anjo-ke no Butokai" (Ball at the Anjo Family).
  384. In 1947, he succeeded to Tetsunojo KANZE, the seventh, and, building up a golden age of Tessenkai (a Noh group centering on the Tetsunojo KANZE family), in 1972 received the Minister of Education Award for Fine Arts.
  385. In 1947, he took the position of Kagiyaku, and in 1972, he became the chief priest of Hakodate Betsuin on behalf of his father, Eijun.
  386. In 1947, he underwent the purge of public officials.
  387. In 1947, he was adopted by Kinu TARAMA and emigrated to Brazil.
  388. In 1947, he was shot to death by the Dutch army.
  389. In 1947, he was singled out to play Hogetsu SHIMAMURA, a lover of Sumako MATSUI played by Kinuyo TANAKA in the movie "Joyu Sumako no Koi" (Love of Actress Sumako) directed by Kenji MIZOGUCHI.
  390. In 1947, it was abolished by the Labor Standards Act.
  391. In 1947, its ties with Nikkatsu were severed under the provisions of the Anti-Monopoly Law.
  392. In 1947, just before his death, he completed "A Commentary on the Seven Collections of the Basho School" which he began seventeen years ago back in 1920.
  393. In 1947, just the 50th anniversary of the university's foundation, the word "Imperial" was removed from the name, and the university was renamed "Kyoto University", and in 1949, it annexed Daisan Kotogakko to itself.
  394. In 1947, out of about 380 temples belonging to the Nichijumon School, about 200 temples including Myoman-ji Temple (Kyoto Prefecture) became independent from the Nichiren Sect again and officially named themselves Kenpon Hokke Sect.
  395. In 1947, the family lost its right to membership of the Imperial Family, and died out in 1988.
  396. In 1947, the family was reduced to commoner status along with 10 other princely houses of the same line.
  397. In 1947: The spinning training factory was established.
  398. In 1948
  399. In 1948 Oaza Sugisaka was reorganized into five towns prefixed by 'Sugisaka,' Oaza Mayumi into two towns prefixed by 'Mayumi,' Oaza Ono into seven towns prefixed by 'Ono,' and Oaza Omori into nine towns prefixed by 'Omori.'
  400. In 1948 after World War II, the Omine Shugen sect was established independently of the Tendai-shu sect.
  401. In 1948 he entered the Department of Art of the Faculty of Letters, University of Tokyo.
  402. In 1948 he resigned from the Third High School and from Kyoto Imperial University and entered Tokyo University's graduate school in the Department of French Literature, studying there for two years.
  403. In 1948 the Kazankai was founded as the succeeding group and has existed up to now.
  404. In 1948 the Naka-za was restored.
  405. In 1948, Makino Movies was established as an affiliate and the studio produced "Sakura Goten" (Cherry Palace) directed by Shinzo and featured a cast headed by Miyagi and other actresses, who used to be in the Takarazuka Revue, such as Noboru KIRITACHI.
  406. In 1948, after the end of the war, the special handling and issuance of New Year's postcard stamps resumed.
  407. In 1948, calligraphy participated in (the fifth department of) The Japan Fine Arts Exhibition.
  408. In 1948, he became an actor with an exclusive contract with Daiei Kyoto.
  409. In 1948, he became the first Director-General of Small and Medium Enterprise Agency, but came into conflict with Prime Minister Shigeru YOSHIDA over the small and medium enterprise policy and resigned from office in 1950.
  410. In 1948, he dropped out of Tokyo University and applied to become an assistant director at Shochiku Ofuna Studios, a position that was being advertized for the first time since the war, because he adored the film director Yuzo KAWASHIMA.
  411. In 1948, he was awarded the Arts Festival Prize from the Agency for Cultural Affairs.
  412. In 1948, he was made a member of the Japan Art Academy.
  413. In 1948, he won the Prize of the Minister for Education (Grand Prize) at the National Arts Festival.
  414. In 1948, soon after World War II, Jiro KOHARA took a sample from the statue's hollow interior and used microphotography to determine that it was made of red pine wood.
  415. In 1948, the Japan Karate Association (Shotokan-ryu school), the largest organization, was set up in Tokyo by pupils of Gichin FUNAKOSHI and was upgraded to a legal entity on April 10, 1957 by the Ministry of Education.
  416. In 1948, the name 'Jonan-gu Shrine' was restored and a new auxiliary shrine named 'Mahataki-jinja Shrine' was built within the precinct.
  417. In 1948, the professional baseball team Kinboshi Stars was purchased to create 'Daiei Unions,' which was so renamed following a merger with Takahashi Unions, later becoming Daimai Orions with the merger with Chiba Lotte Marines.
  418. In 1948, the villa was granted as an Imperial gift for a welfare facility of Ministry of Health and Welfare, and presently the site is used as National Shiobara Visual Disabilities Institution.
  419. In 1949
  420. In 1949 after the war, shochus were classified as "group Ko or group Otsu" according to the Liquor Tax Law, but Ko and Otsu were used normally for grading and ranking, therefore it could be misunderstood that "group Otsu" had a lower quality than "group Ko."
  421. In 1949 after the war, the trains ran between Shijonawate and Katamachi every twenty-two minutes and the required time was thirty-four minutes, but they ran more frequently and faster every twenty minutes and the required time during the daytime was twenty-two minutes and the one in the morning and evening was twenty-four to twenty-six minutes.
  422. In 1949 it was reorganized under the new school education system.
  423. In 1949 the temple became independent from Tendai Sect and is now the Head Temple of Kurama-kokyo Sect.
  424. In 1949, Hideo NAKAI founded the publication called the "Tanka Kenkyu" (The Study of Tanka), and brought forth to the public eye, new poets such as Taeko KUZUHARA, Fumiko NAKAJO, Kunio TSUKAMOTO, and Shuji TERAYAMA.
  425. In 1949, Imai directed the two-part youth film "Aoi Sanmyaku" (The Green Mountains) which, based on Yojiro ISHIZAKA's work, celebrated democracy.
  426. In 1949, Japan's first examination for the pufferfish processing specialist license took place in Tokyo.
  427. In 1949, Ohara Village was incorporated into Kyoto City's Sakyo Ward, and the 13 settlements were each designated koaza (small administrative unit of a village) named 'Ohara XX-cho.'
  428. In 1949, Tojuro SAKATA joined the Takechi kabuki led by Tetsuji TAKECHI, a movie director.
  429. In 1949, Urakami Shoten resumed the manufacture of 'Instant House Curry.'
  430. In 1949, based on two vocational colleges above, KIT started as a college under the new system, and opened School of Engineering and Design, and School of Textile Science.
  431. In 1949, he became a gikan of General Administrative Agency of the Cabinet (Gafu Shikibu-shoku).
  432. In 1949, he became the leader for the research group for Zenei ikebana (forefront ikebana), 'Hakutosha,' and later published the 'Ikebana Geijutsu' (Fine Art of the art of Ikebana), which was a Zenei Ikebana magazine.
  433. In 1949, he held Rennyo Shonin's 450th Memorial Service.
  434. In 1949, he released his last film "Nijiotoko" (literally, Rainbow man) which can be said to be a pioneer in special effects movies and quit Kadokawa Pictures Inc. where he moved from New cinema when New cinema was unified.
  435. In 1949, he wrote a screenplay adaptation of Ryunosuke AKUTAGAWA's short novel, "Yabu no Naka" (In a Grove).
  436. In 1949, it was integrated with Shoryoryo (the Bureau for managing imperial mausoleums) and became Imperial Household Archives.
  437. In 1949, ovaries were dipped in a red pepper sauce and went on the market in Hakata under the name karashi-mentaiko,
  438. In 1949, the Daishingon Sect was dissolved and the Shingon Sect Daikakuji School, which survives until today, was created.
  439. In 1949, the Otoshidama-tsuki yubin hagaki (nengajo with lottery numbers) was sold for the first time (the first New Year postcard as the official postal card), which attracted public attention and became a huge hit.
  440. In 1949, the monopoly of salt was moved from the Monopoly Bureau of the Ministry of Finance to Japan Monopoly Corporation.
  441. In 1950
  442. In 1950 he appeared for the first time as lead actor (shite-kata) in a production of "Seiobo" (The Queen Mother of the West).
  443. In 1950 the municipal bicycle racing track was built here, but because the then city council was opposed to the public operation of a gambling facility, it was closed in 1955, and was transformed into a park where, except for parents, people older than junior high school students were not admitted.
  444. In 1950, Capital Construction law was established expressly ruling Tokyo as the new capital of Japan.
  445. In 1950, Doi's translation of "Also sprach Zarathustra" was lambasted in the magazine "Tenbo" (Foresight) by Tomio TEZUKA, a scholar of German literature and a professor at the University of Tokyo, writing under the pen name 'Tomoo AOKI.'
  446. In 1950, Join left the Hosso sect and newly founded the Shotoku sect with the Horyu-ji Temple as its head temple.
  447. In 1950, Join took the responsibility for the loss of the wall painting in the Kon-do Hall and resigned the position of kannushi.
  448. In 1950, Mosaku ISHIDA (1894-1977), who was a specialist in Buddhist archaeology, conducted the excavation and research in the complex of Horin-ji Temple.
  449. In 1950, Nishi Shikagaki-cho, Kamihira-cho, Kita En-machi and Nishi En-machi, and Minami Oigomon-cho were established.
  450. In 1950, Shinjo was arrested on an accusation of his former private pupil.
  451. In 1950, a fire started from the warehouse of original films in the studio.
  452. In 1950, along with the forest tramline extension to Nodatani, a hydraulic power station was built to start to supply power.
  453. In 1950, archaeological study began.
  454. In 1950, following the enforcement of the Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties, the site of Azuchi-jo Castle became the historic site, Azuchi-jo Castle Ruins.
  455. In 1950, he became a visiting professor at the Nihon University, College of Art Department of Cinema, and served as head of the same department from 1956.
  456. In 1950, he established the 'Kindai Eiga Kyokai' (Modern Film Association) production company together with Kaneto SHINDO, and its films were mainly distributed by the Daiei Motion Picture Company.
  457. In 1950, he made a debut as a kokata (child's role in Noh dance) in "Sakura-gawa" ("Sakura River").
  458. In 1950, he received the Theatrical Performance Award of Mainichi Newspapers and the Award of Restored Cultural Festival of Osaka City
  459. In 1950, he served as a judge at the 6th Nitten Exhibition.
  460. In 1950, he was elected as a councilor of the operating committee of The Japan Fine Arts Exhibition.
  461. In 1950, in response to these sentiments, a plan to divide Maizuru city into two was adopted in a referendum, but was rejected by Kyoto Prefecture.
  462. In 1950, it moved to Awataguchi, which is next to Nanzen-ji Temple.
  463. In 1950, okonomiyaki in those days was similar to negiyaki.
  464. In 1950s, as Japanese people became better off, their recreation began to be diversified.
  465. In 1951 after the war, Koyata IWAHASHI presented an article titled 'The eternal code established by his majesty Emperor Tenchi.'
  466. In 1951 he was awarded a type of medal of merit (for distinguished service in social and public works).
  467. In 1951, Myoren-ji Temple (Kyoto City) (Kyoto Prefecture) became independent from Hokke Sect and officially called itself Honmon Hokke Sect.
  468. In 1951, Shima left JNR due to some reasons.
  469. In 1951, Technical College of KIT was established within the premises.
  470. In 1951, Ujitawara Jidosha (later Keihan Uji Kotsu, which was later dissolved by a merger with Keihan Bus), filed an application for an operating license for bus services between Uji and Yodo via Ogura and Kumiyama-cho Hokubu (Northern Kumiyama Town).
  471. In 1951, at the age of 39 he fulfilled his longstanding ambition to direct with his directorial debut "Aisai Monogatari" (Story of a Beloved Wife).
  472. In 1951, breaking away from the Hokke Sect, the former Honmyo Hokke Sect faction became referred to as the Hokke sect Shinmon school.
  473. In 1951, breaking away from the Hokke Sect, the former Nichijin school faction became referred to as the Hokke sect Jinmon school.
  474. In 1951, he graduated from university and began working at Shochiku Ofuna Studios.
  475. In 1951, he released his debut period movie "Kennan Jonan" (Sword Trouble, Woman Trouble).
  476. In 1951, he resigned from his membership in the Nihon Bijitsuin.
  477. In 1951, he started to study under Koshin SONO, Chikamasa UE, and Hiroshige SONO.
  478. In 1951, he succeeded to the stage name Nizaemon KATAOKA after his late father, but with the dawn of the '60s Kansai kabuki started a significant decline and he couldn't act as he wanted.
  479. In 1951, he was selected as Bunkakorosha (Person of Cultural Merit).
  480. In 1951, he won the award for best director at the Mainichi Film Awards for "Itsuwareru Seiso" (Clothes of Deception).
  481. In 1951, his work titled "Koi" received the Award of the Japan Art Academy.
  482. In 1951, investigations based on excavation was conducted for the site anew, confirming that it was a grave for cremated remains.
  483. In 1951, the Japan Meteorological Agency originally issued the 'forecast of cherry blossom blooming dates' mainly in the Kanto region.
  484. In 1951, the current Religious Corporation Act (1951, Law No.126) based upon the Constitution of Japan was laid down, becoming the fundamental law for today's religion administration.
  485. In 1951, the film "Rashomon" (directed by Akira KUROSAWA) won the Grand Prix at the Venice International Film Festival.
  486. In 1951, the picture was designated one of the National Treasures of Japan.
  487. In 1951, the school was established based on Yasaka Nyokoba, which was founded in 1916.
  488. In 1951, the year when the Emperor Showa visited Kyoto City during his tour in the Kansai region, the labor movement as well as the student movement started to revive nationwide on the problems of the peace treaty and wage increases, and the labor movement was also vigorous in Kyoto.
  489. In 1951, when he was at the age of 37 by the traditional Japanese system, he enter the Buddhist priesthood of Tendai Sect.
  490. In 1951:
  491. In 1951seven structures of the castle including tenshu were designated as Important Cultural Property, and among them two structures (tenshu, tsuke-yagura (Connecting Tower) and Tamon yagura (hall turrets)) were designated as National Treasure.
  492. In 1952
  493. In 1952 (at the age of 72), he founded the Small and Medium-Sized Firms Assistance Association with the invenstment of the companies of Nissan Group.
  494. In 1952 Sofu started with a one-man exhibition in New York and then tirelessly held exhibitions and displays in various countries around the world.
  495. In 1952, "Genji Monogatari" (The Tale of Genji) which he had directed, was taken to the Cannes Film Festival and Kohei SUGIYAMA won the award for best cinematographer.
  496. In 1952, He went to Italy to study under Federico FELLINI and Luchino VISCONTI among others.
  497. In 1952, Kinuyo starred in the "Saikaku Ichidai Onna" (The Life of Oharu) which Director Mizoguchi had reserved as a vehicle for her.
  498. In 1952, Nagatanien invented and put onto the market, 'Ochazukenori,' which was a revolutionary instant chazuke food product (Nagatanien Co. Ltd. was founded the next year).
  499. In 1952, Shochiku handed over the Shimogamo Studio to its subsidiary Kyoto Eiga (current Shochiku Kyoto Eiga) and it transferred its Studio to Uzumasa.
  500. In 1952, Sumiya's building was designated as a national important cultural property by the government, based on the fact that it was the only surviving ageya structure that was built when Sumiya moved to Shimabara (except for the Matsuno-ma room, which was destroyed by fire at the end of the Taisho period).
  501. In 1952, due to the Peace Treaty signed in San Francisco, six villages in Ogasawara Islands were removed from the public administration of the Japanese government, abolished, put under an American trusteeship and remained under the rule of the U.S. Forces.
  502. In 1952, he directed a short film 'Musuko no seishun' (My Son's Youth), and he was officially promoted to a director with 'Magokoro' (Sincerity), the script of which Kinoshita wrote, in 1953.
  503. In 1952, he directed his first movie "Tokyo no Ekubo" (Dimple in Tokyo) starring Ken UEHARA.
  504. In 1952, he participated in the Zen Honinbo Eight Dan Tournament, defeated by Utaro HASHIMOTO by shiroban han-moku.
  505. In 1952, he performed revival "Sonezaki shinju" (Lovers' suicide in Sonezaki) by Monzaemon CHIKAMATSU with the script by Nobuo UNO and it became his star role throughout his life.
  506. In 1952, he produced 'Saikaku ichidai onna' (The Life of Oharu), which, based on Saikaku IHARA's 'Koshoku ichidai onna' (The Life of an Amorous Woman and Other Writings), featured Kinuyo.
  507. In 1952, he published the "Frontier Electron Theory" for which he later received a Nobel Prize.
  508. In 1952, he received Award of the Japan Art Academy.
  509. In 1952, he released "Genbaku no Ko (movie)" (Children of the Atomic Bomb), which dealt directly with the atomic bomb for the first time after the war.
  510. In 1952, he resigned his position as a professor at the Tokyo University of Art, and went to Europe to act as an international judge in Venezia-Biennale.
  511. In 1952, he stood at the forefront of production as the managing director and chief general manager of the production department.
  512. In 1952, he was appointed as a gakushi of Kunaicho Gakubu and in 1993 he became a Music Master.
  513. In 1952, it changed its name to Kimpusen Shugen Main Sect, and Kinpusen-ji Temple has been the Sohonzan of the sect.
  514. In 1952, original and duplicate were designated to national treasure attached to the 'monochrome ink portrait on paper of Shinran Shonin' (Kagami Goei).
  515. In 1952, the 10th yeast of the Brewing Society was separated from "Fuku-shogun" (literally, 'vice-Shogun') of Meirishurui Co., Ltd. in Ibaragi Prefecture (there are other theories).
  516. In 1952, the Immigration and Nationality Act (MacCarran-Walter Act) was passed, which virtually abolished the Japanese Exclusion Act.
  517. In 1952, the Mutsu family donated letters and documents to the National Diet Library.
  518. In 1952, the artifacts were designated as national treasures and the Tokyo National Museum owns them at present.
  519. In 1952, the name of 'Makoto religious organization' was changed to 'Shinnyoen Buddhist.'
  520. In 1952, the supply of the electric power to local residents started.
  521. In 1953 (at the age of 73), he became the presidents of Teikoku Oil Co., Ltd. and of Japan Petroleum Exploration Co., Ltd.
  522. In 1953 he founded 'the Memorial Committee for Martyred Chinese Captives' together with other priests of the School.
  523. In 1953, "Jigokumon" (Gate of Hell), likened to a historic picture scroll brimming with flamboyant colors, won the Palme d'Or grand prize at the Cannes Film Festival, an Academy honorary award and costume design award, and the New York Film Critics Circle Award for "Best Foreign Language Film."
  524. In 1953, 'Hakai', with a text based on the first edition, appeared in the 'Shimazaki Toson shu' (the Toson SHIMAZAKI collection), which was the eighth volume of the "Gendai Nihon bungaku zenshu" (Collection of Current Japanese literature, Chikuma Shobo).
  525. In 1953, 'Shinnyoen Buddhist' was authorized as a religious organization by Ministry of Education under newly enforced Religious Corporation Act.
  526. In 1953, Christian Dior, who was a fashion designer and very successful in Europe at the time, visited Japan, and started to introduce fashion trends abroad.
  527. In 1953, Fukasaku enters into Toei.
  528. In 1953, Imai was invited by a tiny, emerging studio at the time called Toei Company, Ltd. to create "Himeyuri no to" (The Tower of Lilies), a film portraying the tragedy of the Battle of Okinawa.
  529. In 1953, Kinichi NOJIRO, who produced "Koro" at the Kumamoto Prefecture Sake Research Center, separated a yeast which had a strong ability of fermentation even in low temperature and gorgeous flavor, which was designated the ninth yeast of the Brewing Society.
  530. In 1953, a major flooding occurred washing out the embankments of the Uji-gawa River.
  531. In 1953, a toshikyogen (performance of an entire play) of "Kanadehon Chushingura" (The Treasury of Loyal Retainers) was staged at Teikoku-Gekijo Theater in Tokyo by all-star performance by Kansai Kabuki, including Jukai and Jusaburo.
  532. In 1953, direct bus service from Arashiyama to Sanjo-Keihan as well as the extension of the Kumogahata and Kamikuroda lines to Shijo-Omiya were allowed, and in the following year direct bus service from Arashiyama to Kyoto Station was realized.
  533. In 1953, he became a professor at Sagami Women's University and an instructor at Gakushuin University.
  534. In 1953, he played O-Hatsu in "Sonezaki-shinju," which was performed again for the first time after 250 years, and won the highest praise for his acting.
  535. In 1953, he set up his atelier (studio) at Karuizawa.
  536. In 1953, he won first place in the Silver Lion award at the same festival with his proudly directed film 'Ugetsu Monogatari' (Tales of Moon and Rain), which portrayed the mysterious beauty of Akinari UEDA's original story (his film practically won the highest prize since no film won the Golden Lion in this year).
  537. In 1953, his monument of honor was built in front of the main gate of Sanda Elementary School in Sanda City.
  538. In 1953, however, Shibi (ornamental ridge-end tile) was unearthed in the vicinity where the roof tiles had been found.
  539. In 1953, in conjunction with the start of television broadcasting in Japan, televised jidaigeki dramas also began to be produced.
  540. In 1953, in the wake of the discovery of Shibi (ornamental ridge-end tile) in the vicinity of the location where the roof tiles were found, excavation and study by Naniwakyushi Kenshokai (Association of honoring publicly for Naniwa Palace site) got underway.
  541. In 1953, the 13th typhoon of the year hit Yodo-gawa area, causing huge damage in spite of these river improvement works.
  542. In 1953, the Japanese universities hadn't recovered yet from the damage during the War, and as the Korean War started, the education budget was cut for re-buildup of armaments, so universities students had to bear poor conditions for studies.
  543. In 1953, the Ministry of Construction of the time announced the Comprehensive Development Plan of the Upstream Area of Kizu-gawa River.
  544. In 1953, the bank moved its head office to the current location (formerly the site of the old Takashimaya Company, Limited), and increased its number of branches in Kyoto City through acquisition of those of other banks, including city banks or opening up them independently.
  545. In 1953, the film "Ugetsu monogatari" (Tale of Rainy Moon; directed by Kenji MIZOGUCHI) won the Silver Lion Award at the Venice International Film Festival.
  546. In 1953, when construction of expanding the railroad width of Kokutetsu (Japanese Railway) Nara Line was under way, this pit-type stone room was accidentally discovered, and it revealed 32 Sankakubuchi Shinjukyo Mirrors, the largest number at that time.
  547. In 1953, when the main hall was taking apart and reparing, remains of a burnt Buddhist statue were found from the attic, which is considered to be the former principal image worshiped before the fire of 1277.
  548. In 1954
  549. In 1954 Osaragi demanded that Arashi stop performing Kurama Tengu, claiming that his copyright was ignored, his titles were stolen and the original content was rewritten, and Kurama Tengu in the films slashed too many people with his sword, which was against Osaragi's intention.
  550. In 1954 Toei accepted management of a professional baseball team, the Tokyu Flyers (now called Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters), from Tokyu Corporation and changed its name to Toei Flyers.
  551. In 1954 the new generation of Minoru UMEWAKA also returned to Kanze-ryu, thus Umewaka-ryu disappeared in 24 years.
  552. In 1954, Kaiun KAMITSUKASA, who at that time was the chief official of Todai-ji Temple, commissioned Torakazu to translate the Avatamska Sutra (known in Japan as the 'Kegon-kyo Sutra') into German; the arduous task took him ten years to complete.
  553. In 1954, Mizoguchi won the Art Encouragement Prize and the Blue Ribbon Award for Best Director with 'Chikamatsu monogatari' (A Story from Chikamatsu).
  554. In 1954, S&B Foods, Inc. entered the instant curry market.
  555. In 1954, Suzuki transferred to Nikkatsu as an assistant director under contract.
  556. In 1954, he became the Music Master of Shikibu-shoku Gakubu (Music Department) of Imperial Household Agency.
  557. In 1954, he moved to Nikkatsu Corporation.
  558. In 1954, he received Naniwa Art Award
  559. In 1954, he was recruited by Nikkatsu corporation and put in charge of the stills for many films including those of Ko NAKAHIRA, Shohei IMAMURA and Kon ICHIKAWA.
  560. In 1954, one year before it was issued, designs for this one-yen coin and (former) 50-yen coin were sought from the public for the first time after the war.
  561. In 1954, the nishin-gura Storehouse, in which the Tenguto members were imprisoned, was moved to the precincts of a shrine and now it is a memorial museum for the patriots of the Mito Domain, called 'kaitenkan.'
  562. In 1955
  563. In 1955 Furuotabi-cho was divided by the railway tracks into north and south, of which the latter joined Minami Ward and the former belonged to Shimogyo Ward.
  564. In 1955 it moved to the present location and formed a group as the Head Temple of the Kengoin school of Jodo Shin sect.
  565. In 1955, Kojiro NAOKI advocated the pretext theory by Empress Genmei in his article 'Emperor Tenchi and the Imperial Succession theory.'
  566. In 1955, he became a board member of the Directors Guild of Japan.
  567. In 1955, he graduated from the Kunaicho gakubu (Music Department of the Imperial Household Agency) school.
  568. In 1955, he performed shite (a main role) in "Shunzei Tadanori" (Tadanori SHUNZEI) for the first time, and he became independent in 1962.
  569. In 1955, he rejoined Nihon Kogeikai (the Japan Art Crafts Association).
  570. In 1955, he transferred to Nikkatsu which had just restarted film making the previous year.
  571. In 1955, he was again awarded the Blue Ribbon award for best supporting actor for his performance in the movies "Koko ni izumi ari" (Here Is a Fountain) directed by Tadashi IMAI and "Chiyari Fuji" (A Bloody Spear on Mount Fuji) directed by Tomu UHIDA.
  572. In 1955, he was awarded a Minister of Education Award for Fine Arts.
  573. In 1955, he was certified as a holder of Important Intangible Cultural Property (Living National Treasure), the first holder from the Noh art, together with Roppeita KITA and Yoshimitsu KO from the Kotsuzumi kata of Ko school.
  574. In 1955, it was translated into English and introduced by U.S. Ambassador to Japan Edwin O. Reischauer, and after being translated into several other languages it became widely known.
  575. In 1955, she passed away at the age of 88.
  576. In 1955, the New Year postcard was issued in Okinawa under the American occupation, and the New Year's postcard stamp was issued in 1956.
  577. In 1955, the Osaka Railway Bureau once requested high efficiency cars which could shake off Rapid service in order to increase the operation frequency of short-distance rapid trains on the Kyoto-Kobe section.
  578. In 1956
  579. In 1956 (at the age of 76), he founded the Japan Medium and Small Enterprise Political Federation (Chuseiren) and became the president.
  580. In 1956 it was said as 'no longer be termed postwar' and dangerous illegal sake such as methyl and kasutori-sake largely decreased, and even the consumption of shochu turned to decrease in 1956.
  581. In 1956 when his colleagues who had joined the previous studio at the same time as him, Koreyoshi KURAHARA and Tatsumi KUMASHIRO, moved to the Nikkatsu, Matsuo worked as an assistant director for 'Waga machi' (My hometown) written by Sakunosuke ODA.
  582. In 1956, Imai released the first Japanese film to criticize the court, "Mahiru no ankoku" (Darkness at Noon), an adaptation of the personal notes of Hiroshi MASAKI, a defense lawyer in the trial of the Yakai case.
  583. In 1956, Jun ISHIKAWA, a composer, visited Ina City and collected information about Seigetsu.
  584. In 1956, Suzuki made his directorial debut with "Toast to the port, Victory to our hands" (with Toshiya FUJITA being the third assistant director).
  585. In 1956, as a result of an excavation of the area surrounding Asuka-dera Temple, an ancient foundation of Hoko-ji Temple (Gango-ji Temple) was found.
  586. In 1956, developed by the municipality
  587. In 1956, he appeared in the movie "Onibi" (A Will o' the Wisp), a movie that was based on a work of literature and produced as part of those Toho labeled Diamond Series.
  588. In 1956, he left Kindai Eiga Kyokai, which was having financial problems (he left only his name because of the wishes of Kaneto SHINDO), and joined Daiei.
  589. In 1956, he received the gold award for Japanese Traditional Crafts at the 3rd Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition with his 'Sansui Dyed Pot.'
  590. In 1956, she received the award for the best supporting actress at the Mainichi Film Awards for a film entitled 'Akasen Chitai' (Street of Shame) (directed by Kenji MIZOGUCHI).
  591. In 1956, the Alien Land Law of the State of California was rescinded.
  592. In 1956, the All Japan Kendo Federation established the All Japan Kendo Federation Iai.
  593. In 1956, the Kyudo Division was established within the All Japan High School Athletic Federation.
  594. In 1956, the Tax on Cultural Tourism (the full title of which is the Tax on Cultural Tourist Facilities, and which is commonly known as the Bunkan tax) was enforced in Kyoto city.
  595. In 1957
  596. In 1957 he made his debut as a film director with "Kisses."
  597. In 1957, 'the trunk railway investigation committee' within JNR submitted a report insisting that the transportation power of the Tokaido main line would be saturated sooner or later and laying railways other than the existing ones would be required.
  598. In 1957, All Japan University Equestrian Federation was organized as an association that belongs to Japan Equestrian Federation.
  599. In 1957, Kasa-gun Kasa-cho which had long been related with Maizuru was incorporated in Maizuru City, forming today's Maizuru City.
  600. In 1957, TAKARA HOLDINGS INC. entered into the beer market and in 1959 Nihon Biru KK began to sell Sapporo beer.
  601. In 1957, Takara Shuzo Co., Ltd. joined the beer industry but after facing an uphill battle, it withdrew from the beer business in 1967.
  602. In 1957, Toei set up a studio for animated film next to Oizumi studio, Tokyo and had the former Nichido Eiga (previously Nihon Doga Eiga), whose name had changed to Toei Doga (now called Toei Animation) in the previous year, vacate the premises.
  603. In 1957, excavations at the site of the pagoda confirmed a vessel containing the Buddha's bones had been buried under the foundation stone of the central pillar.
  604. In 1957, he became a member of the Japan Art Academy.
  605. In 1957, he made Kuonshochushakamuninyorai (kind of statue) (Dai nehan sonzo (statue of great Nirvana), the principal image.
  606. In 1957, he moved to Tokyo Eiga Haikyu (Tokyo film distribution company) affiliated with Toho Co., Ltd.
  607. In 1957, he performed in "Akechi Mitsuhide" at the Bungaku-za Theater.
  608. In 1957, he played a shite-kata (a main actor) for the first time in "Tsunemasa."
  609. In 1957, he resigned his position as a member of the Japan Art Academy.
  610. In 1957, he was elected as a member of the Japan Art Academy and a board member of the operating committee of the Nitten Exhibition (sponsored by the Japan Fine Arts Exhibition).
  611. In 1957, his 'flower design flat vase with white glaze' (白地草花絵扁壷) won the grand prize at the Milan Triennale International Industrial Art Exhibition arranged by Kenichi KAWAKATSU, but Kanjiro continued to work as a potter without rank or prize until his later years.
  612. In 1957, she was the first Asian actor to win the Academy Award for the Best Supporting Actress for her performance in "Sayonara."
  613. In 1957, the 100-yen silver coin was issued with the design of a "Hoo" (a mythological sacred bird in Chinese lore, a phoenix) as the first silver coin minted after the war.
  614. In 1957, the Japan Karate Association hosted the National Karatedo Championships.
  615. In 1958 Toei started producing TV films earlier than other competitors.
  616. In 1958 he wrote a critical essay titled 'A vindication,' in "Eiga Hyoron" (Cinema Review), March Issue.
  617. In 1958, Daiei created a television production office inside the company in order to begin TV movie production.
  618. In 1958, Motonobu HIRONISHI and others, who were opposed to karate tournaments, reconstructed the Shotokai school, which had existed prior to WWII, and parted company with the JAS.
  619. In 1958, Pierre Cardin visited Japan.
  620. In 1958, Suzuki changed his name to Seijun when he made "The Beauty of the Underworld."
  621. In 1958, Vories was chosen as the city of Omihachiman's first honorary citizen.
  622. In 1958, additionally, the remains of pillars believed to be a generation older than Shibi and, from the scorched earth that filled pillar holes, it became known that there had been a fire.
  623. In 1958, he became a master musician of the Kunaicho gakubu in 1949.
  624. In 1958, he collaborated with Satomi to simultaneously write an original novel and movie script, "Higanbana" (Equinox Flower), and finished "Akibiyori" (Late Autumn) in the same format in 1960.
  625. In 1958, he debuted as a film director with 'Miren no hatoba' (A regretful Wharf).
  626. In 1958, he made his cinematographic debut with "All About Marriage."
  627. In 1958, he received Kan KIKUCHI Award and Osaka Citizen Cultural Award
  628. In 1958, he was elected as a executive director of the Nitten Exhibition.
  629. In 1958, he wrote the script for the drama "Watashi wa Kai ni Naritai" (I'd Rather Be a Shellfish) which was included in the KRT (Kabushikigaisha Radio Tokyo, now the Tokyo Broadcasting Company) Arts Festival (Agency for Cultural Affairs).
  630. In 1958, on the occasion of the marrage of Crown Prince Akihito, Chiso received orders for furnishing goods from Crown Princess Michiko (the Imperial family) and other Imperial families.
  631. In 1959 (at the age of 79), although he was reelected as a member of the House of Councilors from the nationwide constituency, he resigned from the Diet in December of the same year, taking the responsibility for highly-suspected election violations by campaigners for his second son Kinjiro AYUKAWA who was also elected in the same election.
  632. In 1959 and 1960, a dormitory for private workers was converted to a dormitory of Kyoto University, and the then- existing building and newly converted building were called Yoshida East dormitory and Yoshida West dormitory respectively.
  633. In 1959 he won the Japan Art Academy Award, and in 1960, he won the Art Encouragement Education Minister's Award together with Noda.
  634. In 1959 it was designated as prefectural designated ruins as 'the site of the Castle according to tradition.'
  635. In 1959, "Hakuoki" starring Shintaro KATSU and Raizo ICHIKAWA (the eighth) was well received.
  636. In 1959, Daniel INOUYE from Hawaii, who was elected at the same time Hawaii became a U.S. state, became the first Asian Representative.
  637. In 1959, Shigeo KITAYAMA presented the theory supposing that the phrase 'Emperor's Edict' embraced by Prince Otomo and his senior statesmen could be Fukai-no-Joten/ Fukaijoten.
  638. In 1959, Yoshiharu - a younger brother of Hounsai, the 15th head of Urasenke - proposed changing his family name as a custom and was given permission, which was followed by others including Shojiro SAKAI and Masakazu IZUMI following suit.
  639. In 1959, developed by the municipality
  640. In 1959, he died from cirrhosis of the liver, also known as distoma hepaticum, caused by the Chinese Liver Fluke parasite.
  641. In 1959, he moved to Tokyo and became a uchideshi (a private pupil) of Kitami, the fifteenth head of the Kita school.
  642. In 1959, he performed in the United States.
  643. In 1959, he was awarded Mayor's Prize in Kyoten (Kyoto Exhibition), and gained the recognition of Heihachiro FUKUDA.
  644. In 1959, in cooperation with Nikikai Opera Foundation, Kyoto Symphony Orchestra made a nationwide tour performing 'Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Opera Series' and received THE MAINICHI NEWSPAPER Award for Music, the Osaka Fumin Hall Award, and the Osaka Prefecture Art Festival Awards.
  645. In 1959, in the second game out of three match series between Seigen GO and Hosai FUJISAWA, Go asked for playing the game under the theory of life-and-death in all stages.
  646. In 1959, it changed its title to "Kyoto University Press" and has continued publication to this day.
  647. In 1959, it was destroyed by a typhoon but was rebuilt 2 years later with the piers being constructed from reinforced concrete.
  648. In 1959, the Fuji Television Network was founded jointly by Daiei along with Toho, Shochiku, Nippon Cultural Broadcasting, and Nippon Broadcasting System.
  649. In 1959, the Measurement Act was enforced and the use of units other than the metric system was strictly prohibited, so sho ended in its official use.
  650. In 1959, the design was changed to ears of rice while the weight and composition were unchanged.
  651. In 1959, the maneuver range was returned to Japan.
  652. In 1959, the section between Umeda Station and Juso Station was installed with three tracks in each direction, and the terminal on the Kyoto Line was changed to Umeda Station from Tenjinbashi Station (currently Tenjinbashisuji-rokuchome Station).
  653. In 1960, 52 Gokoku-jinja Shrines in the country were awarded heihaku (paper or silk cuttings or red and white cloth are presented to the gods) from the Emperor and Empress, thereafter this custom has continued for ten years annually since the end of the war.
  654. In 1960, House Foods Corp. (former Urakami Shoten) put 'House Indian Curry' on the market.
  655. In 1960, Toji High School became a lower-ranked school to which poor students were sent, but Shunryo MIURA, the vice principal, took the lead in deciding to reform the school.
  656. In 1960, at the time of revision of the Japan-US Security Treaty, he, along with Tanzan ISHIBASHI and Tetsu KATAYAMA, also a former Prime Minister, urged Nobusuke KISHI, the current Prime Minister, to resign.
  657. In 1960, he directed a film "Daigaku no sanzokutachi" (University bandits), taking advantage of the ski boom at that time.
  658. In 1960, he made his debut as a director with "Bara Daimyo" (Rose feudal lord).
  659. In 1960, he transferred to Toei at the company's invitation and brought out the charm of Kinnosuke YOROZUYA in "Shinran" and "Chiisakobe" (A Carpenter and Children) which, although period films, did not include any fighting scenes.
  660. In 1960, however, he left the party and joined Sangiin Doshikai (a fraction in the Upper House) in protest of the revision of the Japan - U.S. Security Treaty.
  661. In 1960, in order to prevent soil erosion, a bosa-dam (dam for preventing soil erosion), Ashio Dam (also known as Misawa Goryu Dam, literally, Misawa Meeting Dam) was built in Ashio-machi.
  662. In 1960, taking advantage of the prefectural road expansion work which happened to cut off a part of the back circular part of the tumulus, an urgent excavation and research was conducted.
  663. In 1960, the present main hall designed by Togo MURANO was completed.
  664. In 1960, the year before his death, he was designated a Person of Cultural Merit and a Living National Treasure.
  665. In 1960s, two national preservation movements arose against the private railway company's train inspection garage problem and also the national route construction problem.
  666. In 1961 Oshima fiercely objected against the decision made by Shochiku Co.,Ltd to stop the release of his film "Night and Fog in Japan" (1960), which was based on the student movement against the U.S.-Japan Security Treaty, and left the company.
  667. In 1961, Daiei's the star of contemporary drama, Kenji SUGAWARA, left the company.
  668. In 1961, Fukasaku debuts as a director with the movie "Furaibo Tantei - Akaitani no Sangeki" ("Wandering Detective - Tragedy in Red Valley") (Starring JJ Sonny CHIBA).
  669. In 1961, Fukiage Gosho (the imperial residential palace), the residence of Emperor Showa and Empress Kojun, was completed adjacent to Gobunko in the Fukiage area in Kokyo.
  670. In 1961, Kyoto Symphony Orchestra received the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Award for Art.
  671. In 1961, Masafumi TAKEHARA was designated an intangible cultural property of Kumamoto Prefecture as a holder of Takeda-ryu (Hosokawa-ryu) Kisya-ryu Yabusame technique.
  672. In 1961, he became a chairman of the Establishment Preparation Committee for reestablishment of Kogakkan University, he was a director of the University and in charge of 'composition of Shinto prayers' as an instructor after the reestablishment.
  673. In 1961, he became a pupil of Itcho YANAGIYA, and began to be guided by a senior pupil Choji HANABUSA.
  674. In 1961, he entered a contest with the work titled "Kojika," which later became one of his representative works.
  675. In 1961, he graduated from the Department of Japanese Literature, Kokugakuin University.
  676. In 1961, he held Founder Shinran Shonin's 700th Memorial Service.
  677. In 1961, he wrote the novel entitled "Nankai no shibai ni yuki ga furu" (Snowfalls in the drama of southern sea) for the magazine "Bungei Shunju".
  678. In 1961, it is designated as a National Important Cultural Property.
  679. In 1961, power supply by Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc. started.
  680. In 1961, the Nippon Suiseki Association was established and its first exhibition was held at the Mitsukoshi department store.
  681. In 1961, the excavation work performed by Tokutaro YAMANE and his collaborators unearthed the remains of Daigokuden (Council Hall in the Imperial Palace) in 'the late Naniwa no Miya Palace' of the era of Emperor Shomu and its existence was confirmed.
  682. In 1961, the gross amount of consumption of rice in Japan finally turned to decrease.
  683. In 1962
  684. In 1962, "kamijima-ke bunsho (Documents of the Kamijima family)(a manuscript copied in the end of the Edo period) " was found at an old household in Ueno city.
  685. In 1962, Department of Electricity was renamed the Department of Electrical Engineering, and Department of Mechanics was renamed Department of Mechanical Engineering.
  686. In 1962, Minoru YAMASAKI was selected as the designer for the World Trade Center (New York).
  687. In 1962, Tokyo Stadium was built in Minamisenju, Arakawa Ward, Tokyo, as a professional baseball stadium.
  688. In 1962, Twenty-six Martyrs Museum (designed by Kenji IMAI) and monument by the sculptor, Yasutake FUNAKOSHI were built on the hill in Nishizaka to commemorate the 100th anniversary of canonization.
  689. In 1962, an iron blade which was inlaid with gold and 110 cm long was found in the Todaijiyama Tumulus in Tenri City, Nara Prefecture.
  690. In 1962, business licensing was standardized, and a road usage licensing system and road usage management guidelines were established.
  691. In 1962, for the Yodo-gawa River System, the 'Yodo-gawa River System Water Resources Development Basic Plan' was created based on the 'Water Resources Development Promotion Law' in order to cope with pressing water demands due to the growing population in the Kansai region.
  692. In 1962, he made his debut as a director with "Kyupora no aru machi" (Foundry Town), based on Chiyo HAYAFUNE's novel, and featuring Sayuri YOSHINAGA.
  693. In 1962, he started to study under Komei ABE.
  694. In 1962, he succeeded to the professional name of Mitsugoro BANDO the 8th, in "Kisen" at the Kabuki-za Theater.
  695. In 1962, he was awarded Shiju hosho (Medal of Honor with Purple Ribbon), and in 1964, he was selected for Bunkakorosha (Person of Cultural Merits).
  696. In 1962, he was awarded an Award of the Japan Art Academy.
  697. In 1962, his mother, with whom he had been living, passed away.
  698. In 1962, it became a recommended variety of Hiroshima Prefecture.
  699. In 1962, the Kamonomiya model section was completed in the suburbs of Odawara City, Kanagawa Prefecture (between around Koza-Shibuya Station on the Odakyu line and around Kamonomiya on the Tokaido line).
  700. In 1962, the Liquor Tax Act was greatly revised and among liquors called as 'zoshu' (other liquors), whisky, spirits and liqueur were listed as the names of category as well as seishu, shochu and beer for the first time.
  701. In 1962, the karate expert Tatsuo YAMADA hosted the first Karate Competition at Korakuen Hall, whereby karate practitioners with gloves fought games under direct-attack rules, ahead of the ensuing full-contact karate.
  702. In 1962, ukai was held in the presence of the Emperor Showa.
  703. In 1963 Shochiku withdrew from bunraku and Bunraku-za changed its name into Asahi-za.
  704. In 1963 he directed "Doro darake no Junjo" (Muddy pure heart) which was a historical masterpiece representing the pure heart films played by Sayuri YOSHINAGA and Mitsuo HAMADA and later remade in Republic of Korea.
  705. In 1963 the To-ji Temple Shingon sect separated from the To-ji School of the Shingon Sect and gained independency for the purpose of returning to the framework centered around the To-ji Temple.
  706. In 1963 the To-ji Temple and the To-ji school of the Shingon sect were split, and later the temples which supported the To-ji Temple became independent as the To-ji Shingon sect.
  707. In 1963 the system of conferring decorations on survivors of combat was reinstated and the Order of the Chrysanthemum and the Orders of the Rising Sun, the Orders of the Sacred Treasure, and the Orders of the Precious Crown were all revived, but the Order of the Golden Kite remained banned, and any wearing of its medals in public places prohibited.
  708. In 1963, Daniel INOUYE became the first Japanese Senator.
  709. In 1963, Eiji SHINBA, a sotomago (grandchild from a daughter married into another family) of Muraoka, published a document titled "Question in History: Ieyasu TOKUGAWA".
  710. In 1963, Imai won the Grand Prize at the Berlin International Film Festival with a movie depicting the cruelty of feudal society "Bushido zankoku monogatari" (Cruel Tales of Bushido).
  711. In 1963, Kazuo HASEGAWA, Japan's foremost actor of the prewar period known for his outstanding good looks and being the top Daiei star of the postwar period, retired from the motion picture industry.
  712. In 1963, a movie "Teuchi" (capital punishment administered personally by one's master) was produced by Daiei Motion Picture Company starring Raizo ICHIKAWA (eighth) and Yukiko FUJI.
  713. In 1963, an apprentice who learnt "kamigata-mai dance" mainly jiuta dancing under Tsurujo MIZUNO from his childhood, succeeded to the professional name of Baisen SHINOZUKA (the 4th) and the Iemoto, and revived the Shinozuka school.
  714. In 1963, an excavational investigation was conducted in the original site of Chugu-ji Temple.
  715. In 1963, he collaborated with Satomi on a TV script "Seishun Hokago," but fell ill and had to have an operation at the Cancer Center in April, and after being discharged he was readmitted to the Tokyo Medical and Dental University Hospital in October.
  716. In 1963, he held his first exhibition of self selected works in Tokyo and Osaka.
  717. In 1963, he made "Hiko Shojo" (Bad Girl) featuring Masako IZUMI, and it received the Moscow International Film Festival Golden Prize.
  718. In 1963, he took mandatory retirement and became an emeritus professor, and he also became a processor at Otani University.
  719. In 1963, he won the Blue Ribbon Prize for best director and best screenplay for his film "Nippon konchu ki" (which brought in 330 million yen, making it Japan's sixth-highest grossing film in 1963).
  720. In 1963, she died in a small house in front of Daitoku-ji Temple in Murasakino (Kita Ward, Kyoto City).
  721. In 1963, the Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK) began broadcasting of the long-running jidaigeki television series NHK Saga Drama which is still shown today.
  722. In 1963, the documentary "The Forgotten Imperial Army" (Nippon Television Network, produced by Junichi USHIYAMA) which dealt with 'The Korean-Japanese Disabled Veterans Association of Old Japanese Military' became a popular topic of conversation.
  723. In 1964 Oshima received the National Art Festival Award for the television drama he produced called "The Deep Abyss of Adolescence."
  724. In 1964, 'One CUP OZEKI' ('one cup' refers to a sake sold in a glass) appeared and the consumption style of sake changed.
  725. In 1964, Tsuruga and Mito entered into the sister-city affiliation due to a relationship of the Tenguto.
  726. In 1964, due to his father Soshitsu's death, he succeeded to the name of Soshitsu as the fifteenth Urasenke school Konnichian iemoto after SEN no Rikyu.
  727. In 1964, he married Kiyoko OTANI, the first daughter of Shujun NIJO, the 28th Hoshi of Shinshu sect of the Josho-ji school.
  728. In 1964, he received the Art Encouragement Prize, and in 1971, he received the Arts Festival Excellence Award.
  729. In 1964, his grave at Oyama Cemetry of Tokai-ji Temple in Shinagawa was designated as a monument relating to railways.
  730. In 1964, it reorganized itself into Kabushiki Kaisha Ippodo Chaho (Ippodo Tea Co., Ltd.).
  731. In 1964, the Japan Karatedo Federation (JKF) was established.
  732. In 1964, the kyogen performances came to an end due to a lack of successors.
  733. In 1965 he directed "Kuroi Tobakushi" (Black gamester), which was the sixth film of the gamester series starring Akira KOBAYASHI, for the first time and greatly changed the image of film to be modern like James Bond's films removing the melancholy and pathos.
  734. In 1965 he left Shochiku and signed with Tokyo Movie Co., LTD.
  735. In 1965 the areas designated 'Aza XYZ,' which had still remained across Kyoto City all became '-cho,' or towns, and were renamed 'XYZ-cho' (XYZ town).
  736. In 1965, "Chugoku Shoga Hanashi" ("中国書画話"), which contained his lecture on Chinese calligraphic works and paintings, was published.
  737. In 1965, 'Ibukiyama driveway' between Sekigahara cho, Gifu Prefecture and around the top of the mountain was opened.
  738. In 1965, Daiei's Tokyo Movie Studio produced "Daikaiju Gamera" (Gamera) to compete against Toho's special effect-laden productions, and it became a big hit.
  739. In 1965, Kabuki received the overall designation as an important intangible cultural property, whose holder is the Organization for the Preservation of Kabuki, and National Theater opened, and moreover, performances, such as the whole play of revived Kyogen, went well.
  740. In 1965, Patsy MINK was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives from the State of Hawaii, and became the first Asian and non-white female Representative.
  741. In 1965, a copy of Kasho was found in front of the 122nd cave in the Mogao Cave.
  742. In 1965, all places in Kyoto City whose names included the terms 'Oaza' and 'Aza' (the latter meaning a small section of a village) were renamed with the suffix 'cho', therefore, a place called 'Oaza XX Aza YY' would have been renamed 'XXYY-cho'.
  743. In 1965, he became a member of The Japan Academy.
  744. In 1965, he established the Kita Hosso Sect headquartered at Kiyomizu-dera Temple and assumed the position of chief abbot.
  745. In 1965, he received the third class of the Order of the Sacred Treasure.
  746. In 1965, he studied under Masao KIMURA in Kyogen Study Group of Kyoto University while he was the student of Kyoto University, Faculty of Letters.
  747. In 1965, he was admitted to be a member of Nippon Gakushi-in (the Japan Academy).
  748. In 1965, he was designated as General Important Intangible Cultural Property.
  749. In 1965, in Kyoto City, all the districts the names of which included the terms 'Oaza' and 'Aza' (the latter meaning a small section of a village) were renamed with the suffix 'cho,' so a place called 'Oaza XX Aza YY' would have been renamed 'XXYY-cho'.
  750. In 1965, in Kyoto City, all the districts whose names included the terms 'Oaza' and 'Aza' ('Aza' means a small section of a village) were renamed with the suffix 'cho', so a place called 'Oaza XX Aza YY' would have been renamed 'XXYY-cho'.
  751. In 1965, it was opened in the basement of the building and, in 1975, the second basement was also opened as a shop.
  752. In 1965, the 12th yeast of the Brewing Society was separated from "Uragasumi" in Miyagi Prefecture by Kazuo SATO and so on.
  753. In 1965, the site was determined by archaeologist and historian Bunei TSUNODA to have formerly been the residence of Shikibu MURASAKI.
  754. In 1966 (at the age of 86), although he underwent an operation for his chronic disease, gallbladder inflammation, his recovery was very slow because of his old age and his stay in hospital was prolonged.
  755. In 1966, Hideo BO, the Minister of Health and Welfare in the third reshuffled cabinet of the first Sato government, was intently copying Jikku Kannongyo in his notebook for a calming effect during his impeachment speech at the Diet.
  756. In 1966, Hirakata Bypass (Keihan-kokudo National Road) was opened, then in the 1990s, residential areas and schools were established, which greatly improved the pass's surroundings.
  757. In 1966, Insho DOMOTO, a Nihonga (Japanese-style painting) painter, founded the museum to exhibit his works, and he also designed its unconventional exterior.
  758. In 1966, Nizaemon's portrayal of Izaemon in "Kuruwa-Bunsho" (Yoshida-ya) at the Kabuki-za theater received a high reputation from play lovers, and Nizaemon's acting, which until then had been called merely reliable despite its unique characteristics, started to vary.
  759. In 1966, Suzuki and other eight people including Takeo KIMURA formed a screenwriter's society called Guruhachiro.
  760. In 1966, Toei transferred half of its shares in Nihon Educational Television to the Asahi Shimbun Company.
  761. In 1966, being affected by the energy revolution and the campus strife at that time, the long-lasting charcoal-making business was discontinued.
  762. In 1966, developed by the municipality
  763. In 1966, he assumed the post of the chief priest of the Shinshu sect, Otani school Tokyo Branch Temple of the Tokyo Hongan-ji Temple, with much expected of him as the new leader.
  764. In 1966, he died at the age of seventy-six.
  765. In 1966, he entered Buddhist priesthood, using the ingo Jishinin and homyo Senjo (闡淨), and was appointed the Kagiyaku (a key person in temple business) for Shinshu Honbyo (another name for Higashi Hongan-ji Temple).
  766. In 1966, he received the Order of Culture.
  767. In 1966, he succeeded to Sengoro, the 12th.
  768. In 1966, he succeeded to the name Sengoro SHIGEYAMA, the 12th and in 1994, Sensaku SHIGEYAMA, the Fourth.
  769. In 1966, he was appointed to the President of Kogakkan University.
  770. In 1966, he was nominated for the Best Supporting Actor Academy Award for his performance in "The Sand Pebbles."
  771. In 1966, it was built as Japan's first national convention facility.
  772. In 1966, the Alien Land Law was rescinded in the last remaining state, Washington State.
  773. In 1966, the Kyoto-Mukomachi section became a quadruple-track section thanks to the separation of the freight track and passenger track, and the entire section of local trains became a quadruple-track section.
  774. In 1966, with revisions to the National Holiday Laws, the National Foundation Day was added to national holidays.
  775. In 1967 he directed 'Joiuchi Hairyo tsuma shimatsu' (Samurai Rebellion), his first film for Mifune Productions, which received a Venice International Film Festival FIPRESCI prize and was chosen as the best film in the top 10 of Kinema Junpo (academic film magazine).
  776. In 1967, Shintaro KATSU, motivated by other top stars setting up their own movie production companies, set up Katsu Productions.
  777. In 1967, a different organization announced plans to reconstruct the funicular line, but these plans were never realized.
  778. In 1967, developed by the municipality
  779. In 1967, he visited eight European countries as the head of 'European religious communication international goodwill envoy' and met Pope Paul VI, and gave Nehanzo (an image of the Buddha immediately after his death).
  780. In 1967, recognition as the holder of the Important Intangible Cultural Property (Living National Treasure).
  781. In 1967, the Uji-Yodo Route via Okubo, which had then been operated only by Keihan Bus, was joined by Keihan Uji Kotsu.
  782. In 1967, the new Immigration Act was enacted.
  783. In 1968 Kakunojo joined Shogitai and fought the Battle of Ueno.
  784. In 1968 he turned freelance after 'Nihon no seishun' (Hymn to a Tired Man), and in 1969 he formed 'Yonki no kai' (Team Four Riders) with Akira KUROSAWA, Keisuke KINOSHITA and Kon ICHIKAWA.
  785. In 1968 the water-quality standard was resolved, and as for copper, they fixed it at 0.06ppm by the suggestion of the Ministry of Economic Planning.
  786. In 1968, Shiju hosho (medal of honor with purple ribbon).
  787. In 1968, Suzuki was fired from Nikkatsu by the president Kyusaku HORI who was displeased with "Koroshi no rakuin" (The Brand of Murder).
  788. In 1968, Takeshi IZUMI made his debut in vaudeville, and in 1975, he appeared as a kamikiri performer on stage of, for example, the National Vaudeville Hall and Japan Broadcasting Corporation's 'The best comedians' show.'
  789. In 1968, cells for the zip code were added due to the introduction of that system.
  790. In 1968, he was accredited as the holder of Important Intangible Cultural Property (Living National Treasure.)
  791. In 1968, she made her debut in the Fuji TV drama "The Ishikari Plain" as a child actress when she was in the fourth grade of elementary school.
  792. In 1968, the Paleological Association of Japan, Inc. bought and added it to its collection as a special-feature exhibit when establishing the Heian Museum of Ancient History.
  793. In 1968, the first president--the late Seiichi OKAMOTO--took the lead in founding Kyoto Seika Junior College for the purpose of offering freedom from framework study and the restoration of the student council.
  794. In 1968, the ration system of rice for brewing sake was finally ended.
  795. In 1968, three large Echizen-yaki and Suzu-yaki jars which are assumed to have been buried were excavated at a site 100m southwest of Shinoridate Castle.
  796. In 1968, while Tadao KURAISHI, the Minster of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries at that time, was talking about Japanese armament, he said something like, "In this modern world, we can not survive in the Tariki Hongan way," and was subject to protests from various schools of the Jodo Shinshu sect of Buddhism.
  797. In 1969
  798. In 1969 four counties were merged into the present Oki County.
  799. In 1969 she assumed a chief of ladies-in-waiting, and after the change of the era's name to Heisei, she served Empress Dowager Yoshiko (Empress Kojun) as a chief of ladies-in-waiting for the Empress Dowager for a long time.
  800. In 1969, "Otoko Wa Tsurai Yo" was released.
  801. In 1969, 'Kawata Kiyomizuyaki Danchi-Cho' was newly created; therefore, there are sixteen towns in the Kawata district today.
  802. In 1969, Cultural Award by Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK).
  803. In 1969, Daiei's top actor and its last hope Raizo ICHIKAWA died young at the age of 37.
  804. In 1969, Encho TAMURA presented the theory that it is the code which established the assisted government system by the Fujiwara clan.
  805. In 1969, Kaiten-jinja Shrine was built which mourns the soul of Tenguto members in Matsumoto-cho, Mito City.
  806. In 1969, Neiraku Art Museum was constructed to exhibit the artworks collected by the Nakamura family and opened to the public.
  807. In 1969, Otsuka Foods Co., Ltd. put on sale the first retort curry 'Bon Curry.'
  808. In 1969, Shinju Tenno Amishima was made into a film by a director, Masahiro SHINODA.
  809. In 1969, following the death of Sadanji ICHIKAWA III, the chairman of the Japan Actor's Association, he was appointed to be the deputy chairman of the association.
  810. In 1969, he became a member of the Japan Art Academy.
  811. In 1969, he made his debut by the name of Kochoji HANABUSA.
  812. In 1969, he was elected as an adviser of Nitten Exhibition and selected as a Bunkakorosha (Person of Cultural Merits).
  813. In 1969, he was granted a 100-koku shotenroku (premium) for meritorious service during the Meiji Restoration.
  814. In 1969, one of the substantial leaders of the All Student Joint Struggle Council of Kyoto University, Yasuji TAKASE (former chairman of the Kyoto federation of students) organized 'Barricade Festival' and 'Anti-University' at Faculty of Liberal Arts, Kyoto University.
  815. In 1969, the Ministry of Health and Welfare (later the department in charge was succeeded by the Ministry of Environment) proposed the construction of a long-distance nature trail, and the construction that started in 1970 under the cooperation of the municipalities concerned, completed in 1974.
  816. In 1970 he was designated as an Individual Holder of Important Intangible Cultural Property (Living National Treasure).
  817. In 1970 made his debut in "Utsubozaru" (The Monkey-skin Quiver).
  818. In 1970's, Yasuda Mutual Life Insurance Co. (now Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Co.) decided to build a personal information management system.
  819. In 1970, 110 years after the incident, Mito City and Hikone City, which were kept apart by the Sakuradamongai Incident, reconciled and concluded a friendship city agreement.
  820. In 1970, Award of the Japan Art Academy.
  821. In 1970, George ARIYOSHI took the position of the fourth Lieutenant Governor of the State of Hawaii, the first Japanese Lieutenant State Governor.
  822. In 1970, Shimizu moved his studio to the base of Mt. Horai in Kosei, Shiga Prefecture.
  823. In 1970, a presentation ceremony for Shotoku Taishi zo (Statue of Prince Shotoku) donated by him was held in Montebello City, California, United States of America, where he was made an honorary citizen.
  824. In 1970, developed by the municipality
  825. In 1970, he received the Second-Rank Order of the Sacred Treasure.
  826. In 1970, hottate bashira (earthfast post) remains of a building dating from the first part of the Heian period were discovered at the site of Yokoe Manor and the area was nationally designated a historic site in 1972.
  827. In 1970, the local community association petitioned the municipal government for a plan to renovate the canal, in which the canal was to be filled and turned into a park and parking space.
  828. In 1970, the mound and the horizontal stone chambers were surveyed.
  829. In 1970, the stone chambers were measured and the topography of the mound was surveyed by Meiji University.
  830. In 1970s to 1980s, the displeasing image of students who brought their faces closer to eating utensils and ate them at school lunch was reported by media as a social issue in Japan.
  831. In 1970s, advertisements of 'Hyakuman-doru, seishu of Fushimi' had been aired on local TV programs in Gunma Prefecture, using images of maiko (apprentice geisha.)
  832. In 1971 he founded Nakahira Production.
  833. In 1971 he received a Lifetime Achievement Award as one of the world's 10 greatest directors at the 25th anniversary of the Cannes International Film Festival.
  834. In 1971 shipments from Morita were suspended as cadmium had been detected in rice harvested there.
  835. In 1971, Cadmium was detected in rice harvested in Morita, and the peasants immediately demanded from Furukawa Mining 12 billion yen as compensation for the previous 80 years.
  836. In 1971, Takeda-ryu Kisha Yabusame Preservation Society was established in Kumamoto Prefecture and on March 24, 1975, the preservation society was registered as a group of the cultural property designated by Kumamoto Prefecture.
  837. In 1971, construction on the Tohoku Shinkansen line and that to construct the Joetsu Shinkansen line started, and the work for the Narita Shinkansen line, as an access route to Narita airport which was under construction, also started in 1974.
  838. In 1971, he became the first President of the Association for the Promotion of Japanese Culture founded by Katsumasa KAKEHASHI (The first Chief Director).
  839. In 1971, his health deteriorated and he could not paint at all anymore.
  840. In 1971, she went through erigae (promoted to a full-fledged geisha) and became a Geisha.
  841. In 1971, the Construction Ministry (now Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport Kinki Regional Development Bureau) devised the 'Yodo-gawa River System Construction Implementation Basic Plan,' and revised flood water estimates for the first time since the Isewan (Ise Bay) Typhoon.
  842. In 1971, the Kuzuha Management Office of Keihan Uji Transport Co. Ltd. was established, although it was not in charge of the Yawata Tanabe Route.
  843. In 1971, the Kyoga-misaki lighthouse was selected as one of 100 sceneries of Kyoto.
  844. In 1971, the following year, Takeda-kaido Road was designated as National Highway Route No. 24.
  845. In 1971, the master weaver Zenzaburo OGAWA was designated a Living National Treasure, and on June 2, 1976, Hakata-ori textile was designated as a Traditional Craft of Japan.
  846. In 1971, the pre-war film "Kurutta Ichipeiji" which was thought to have been lost was found in a store room at his home, and screened in the UK and in France.
  847. In 1971, when Roppeita died, he became the 15th headmaster of the Kita school.
  848. In 1972 he regularly appeared on almost every TV and radio show, rapidly rising to stardom.
  849. In 1972, Gunma Prefecture concluded the polluted rice crops were due to the mining pollution from the Ashio copper mine
  850. In 1972, Hisako SASAKI who was an editor of a magazine introduced "Koshi no kanbai" brewed by Ishimoto Shuzo Co., Ltd., in the Niigata Prefecture, and it became famous as a phantom sake.
  851. In 1972, a member of the Japan Art Academy.
  852. In 1972, developed by MAFF
  853. In 1972, developed by the municipality
  854. In 1972, he became a Person of Cultural Merits.
  855. In 1972, he gave a fine performance as Tokimasa HOJO in Shin Heike Monogatari (NHK Historical Drama).
  856. In 1972, he improved his reputation with "Yakusoku" (The Rendezvous), a film depicting the brief love between a female prisoner on parole played by Keiko KISHI and a burglar played by Kenichi HAGIWARA.
  857. In 1972, he took the name of Tojiro YAMAMOTO IV with a revised piece 'Shishimuko' (The Lion Husband).
  858. In 1972, he was appointed as the director of the institute for Shinshu sect religious doctrines of Otani school of Shinshu sect.
  859. In 1972, he was awarded the shiju hosho (medal of honor with a purple ribbon).
  860. In 1972, he was designated as an important intangible cultural asset and received the Japan Art Academy Prize.
  861. In 1972, it was designated as an important cultural property of Japan.
  862. In 1972, the actors and production crew at the defunct Daiei Kyoto Movie Studio who had collaborated in the production of the TV period drama "Kogarashi Monjiro" set up Eizo Kyoto Film Company.
  863. In 1972, the chief and members of the village council of Kozu-shima Village buried the soil of the then-believed Ota's tomb of Kozu-shima Island, in Mt. Jeoldusan in Korea, a place of martyrdom for the Catholic, and erected a stone monument there.
  864. In 1972, the first volume was published.
  865. In 1972, the university ended up establishing public relations research department (the current secretary and public relations department) in the General Affairs Division which administered clerical works.
  866. In 1972, wine began to be drink rapidly and surpassed the amount of shipment of sweet fruit wine in 1975, which was the beginning of the period called the wine boom.
  867. In 1973 Mishima Village and Toshima Village, Oshima County were transferred to Kagoshima Prefecture.
  868. In 1973 another spirit rock was offered to and buried in the shrine in Kami-machi.
  869. In 1973, Norman MINETA was elected Mayor of San Jose, California, the first Asian American to become mayor of a major city.
  870. In 1973, developed by MAFF
  871. In 1973, developed by the municipality
  872. In 1973, he established 'Hashimoto Productions' to tackle new possibilities for movie production outside the control of distributors.
  873. In 1973, he was entrusted to carry out the painting "Ruins of the Fukuchiyam castle" by the exhibitor of "An exhibition of 100 landscapes in Kyoto," and won an incentive prize in Nisshunten in 1978.
  874. In 1973, he was recognized as an individual certified as an Important Intangible Cultural Asset (Living National Treasure).
  875. In 1973, it was inaugurated as Japan Geologic Study Hall.
  876. In 1973, it was reproduced by her grandson, Kaoru YOSANO (a politician and later became the 74th the Chief Cabinet Secretary) and reissued from Shufu no Tomo Co., Ltd..
  877. In 1973, so as to improve such weak points, the Prefectural Agricultural Experiment Station cross-fertilized Hattan 35/Akitsuho and bred through selection.
  878. In 1973, the company's name was changed to Hankyu Railway.
  879. In 1973, the honjozoshu (higher grade, alcohol-added sake) to which much less alcohol than sanzoshu was added began to be sold in the market.
  880. In 1973, the series "Jingi naki tatakai" ("Battles Without Honour and Humanity") (script by Kazuo KASAHARA and starring Bunta SUGAWARA) becames a great hit, leaving Fukasaku's mark in movie history and consolidating his position as a leader of 'jitsuroku eiga' (actual filming movies).
  881. In 1974 Ishino Seisakusho developed a conveyer belt with tea servers.
  882. In 1974 he was invited by Shin Film in Republic of Korea and directed "Seishun Fujichaku" (Emergency landing in adolescence), remaking his own film "Kurenai no tsubasa" (Writer and Co-director).
  883. In 1974 his works were included in various collections of paintings which were organized in Tokyo National Museum; thus the value of his works according to Japanese art history became confirmed.
  884. In 1974 the following year, owners of nori stores, etc. in Osaka City, aiming to expand the demand for nori after the oil crisis of 1973, held a speed-eating contest of norimaki (vinegared rice rolled in dried nori [laver]) at a Setsubun event.
  885. In 1974, Archaeological Institute of Kashihara operated the research of Tsuboi Remains.
  886. In 1974, George ARIYOSHI took the position of the third Governor of Hawaii, the first Japanese Governor, serving for three terms, or 12 years (13 years and 2 months including the terms he was deputed as Governor during his Lieutenant Governor incumbency).
  887. In 1974, Hashimoto co-wrote the script for 'Hashimoto Productions' first film "Suna no Utsuwa" (Castle of Sand) with Yoji YAMADA
  888. In 1974, developed by the municipality
  889. In 1974, growing was discontinued, but in 1991 the Fushiimi Breweries Association and Kyoto Prefecture played a central role in its revival.
  890. In 1974, he assumed the post of chairman of the Nohgaku Performers' Association.
  891. In 1974, he received the Order of the Sacred Treasure, Gold and Silver Star.
  892. In 1974, he was appointed to the Minister for Education of the Miki cabinet as a symbol of the policy of appointing civilians to ministerial posts.
  893. In 1974, he was awarded a Kun santo (the third grade) Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Neck Ribbon.
  894. In 1974, it moved from Imabashi of Osaka to Kioi-cho of Tokyo, and settled its main restaurant "Sazanka-so" (Sasanqua Teahouse) inside the garden of Hotel New Otani.
  895. In 1974, it was revived to commemorate the 800th anniversary of founding of the Pure Land sect.
  896. In 1974, oil crisis occurred.
  897. In 1974, over one thousand sozo (earthen images) and senbutsu were excavated from Itabuki-jinja Shrine on the hill behind Kawara-dera Temple.
  898. In 1974, the 359.8ha of agricultural areas were designated for the Agricultural Land with Soil Pollution Control.
  899. In 1974, the Daiei labor union concluded an agreement with Tokuma Shoten Publishing Co., Ltd., led by Yasuyoshi TOKUMA, on the restructuring of the film company.
  900. In 1974, the Third Order of Merit with the Order of the Sacred Treasure.
  901. In 1974, the main hall and Kyogen-do Hall were burned in a suspected arson attack in which the kyogen costumes were also destroyed.
  902. In 1974, the remains were found while the Osaka outside loop-line was being constructed.
  903. In 1975
  904. In 1975 when the Sanyo Shinkansen bullet train line reached Hakata, the Hakata specialty karashi-mentaiko spread rapidly throughout the whole country before karashi-mentaiko in Shimonoseki.
  905. In 1975 when yields reached its peak, total production was 3.665 million tons which was 8 times the production volume just after the war.
  906. In 1975, Dai Nippon Iaido Renmei (Great Japan Iaido Federation) was inaugurated.
  907. In 1975, John Lennon released his album "Shaved Fish," which compiled his popular singles issued after the breakup of the Beatles, and in this case the term "shaved fish" is said to mean katsuobushi.
  908. In 1975, Kitamura Culture Foundation was established to store the collections of Kitamura Kinjiro (1904-1991), a businessman and tea ceremony lover, and Kitamura Museum was opened in 1977.
  909. In 1975, he entered the Buddhist priesthood of the Otani school, Shinshu sect.
  910. In 1975, he graduated from Faculty of Letters, Department of Japanese Language and Literature, Gakushuin University.
  911. In 1975, he opened the Yokohama Broadcast Film Vocational School (the present-day Nihon Film School) and served as its principal.
  912. In 1975, he received the Award of the Japan Art Academy, and became a member of the Japan Art Academy,.
  913. In 1975, he was designated as a Fukui prefectural intangible folk cultural property.
  914. In 1975, immediately after completion of a theatrical film "Okami yo Rakujitsu wo Kire," his first movie produced at the studio of another company (Ofuna studio of Shochiku), he died of liver cancer.
  915. In 1975, the 'Yomigaeru Omihachiman no kai (Association for Restoring Omihachiman)' was formed, and the canal preservation and restoration movement grow in scale to involve the citizens at large.
  916. In 1975, the Seibu-kodo liaison council was launched as a constant governing organization (Kyoto University's official student group).
  917. In 1975, the association held a festival for the three-hundredth anniversary of Baisao's birth, and appealed to nonmember schools to take part in it at the time, but only two or three nonmember schools responded and they did not join the association.
  918. In 1975, the temple was relocated once again, this time to the suburban Yamashina-ku Ward, when the plans were made to build a car park on the Higashiyama-ku Ward site.
  919. In 1975, the three-storied pagoda was rebuilt.
  920. In 1976 (four years after the return of Okinawa to Japan), the Fair Trade Commission consequently raised an objection about buckwheat-free noodles being named 'Okinawa soba' and subsequently presented their opinion that those noodles not be referred to as 'soba.'
  921. In 1976 Yuki OGURA was selected to become a member of 'Nihon Geijutsuin' (the Japan Art Academy), and was chosen as a Person of Cultural Merit in 1978.
  922. In 1976 the area of the right bank of the Katsura-gawa River (including former Matsuo, Katsura and Kawaoka villages) was split off to form the Nishikyo Ward.
  923. In 1976, Kyoto Symphony Orchestra gave its first overseas public performance in Hong Kong.
  924. In 1976, Yamashina Ward was divided from Higashiyama Ward.
  925. In 1976, at the request of Takayuki ISHIDA, a photographer and descendent of Mitsunari, Shuichi NAGAYASU, the former chief of engineering of the Tokyo National Research Institute of Police Science, used plaster to reconstruct the facial features.
  926. In 1976, full-scale dredging works started, and the project was completed in 1979.
  927. In 1976, he made a debut in 'Kusabira' (mushrooms).
  928. In 1976, he was designated an Important Intangible Cultural Property (Living National Treasure).
  929. In 1976, he was granted the Third Class of the Order of the Sacred Treasure.
  930. In 1976, the International Aikido Federation (IAF), an affiliate of Aikikai, was established, and the IAF became an official member of the General Association of International Sports Federations (GAISF), participating in all the World Games since 1989.
  931. In 1976, when the Kumiyama-danchi housing complex was constructed, Keihan Bus began some new services to go to Kumiyama-danchi Kita (North of Kumiyama-danchi) from Keihan Yodo Station on Route No. 15.
  932. In 1977, Kyoto Prefecture and Kyoto City offered to purchase and support the Bunkakosei-kaikan Hall.
  933. In 1977, Osaka Nori Wholesale Cooperative Association organized a sales promotion event for nori in Dotonbori (a geographical name).
  934. In 1977, Pokka Corporation of Japan established its subsidiary (Pokka Corporation (Singapore) Pte. Ltd.) in Singapore.
  935. In 1977, developed by the municipality
  936. In 1977, he retired from Monshu (a chief of religious sect) and became Zenmon (a former chief of religious sect).
  937. In 1977, it was disassembled and repaired for the first time in approximately 400 years.
  938. In 1977, the line name 'Shi-ho sake No. 4' was given to it, and in 1983, after further review, the variety was registered.
  939. In 1977, the temple was reconstructed as a Zen temple, 'Miwa-san Byodo-ji Temple' of the Soto sect.
  940. In 1977, this foundation opened the Shoko-Kan Tokugawa Museum at the site of Mitsukuni TOKUGAWA's tea room in Mito City for the purpose to preserve and exhibit the legacy of the Mito family.
  941. In 1978, Ellison ONIZUKA became the first Japanese astronaut.
  942. In 1978, Japan Naikan Association was established.
  943. In 1978, Koyo Paradise adjacent to Hotel Koyo opened 'Hotel Orient Express,' which was a nine-car train consisting of a steam locomotive made in Germany and eight sleeping railroad cars made by International Sleeping-Car Company, on its property.
  944. In 1978, Kyoto Symphony Orchestra received the 'Japan Record Academy Award' for its record "Kyoto wo imejishita sakuhinshu" (The Contemporary Music of Japan), a collection of five Kyokyo's commissioned works.
  945. In 1978, based on the information obtained through the repair works, a survey map drawn on a scale of 1 to 1000 of Azuchi-jo Castle Ruins was produced.
  946. In 1978, he became a part-time assistant professor at Tokyo University of the Arts.
  947. In 1978, he set up the Raku Museum based on the historical materials inherited by successive leaders.
  948. In 1978, he was designated as the general holder of Important Intangible Cultural Property, and became a member of The Association of Japanese Noh Payers.
  949. In 1978, it was published from The Toyo Bunko (Oriental Library) (Heibonsha Limited, Publishers) after revised and annotated by Yutaka HAYASHI.
  950. In 1978, the "Hotel Orient Express" was opened on the site of these facilities and drew attention of people, by setting up a train with a German made steam locomotive and eight sleeping cars made by the Compagnie Internationale des Wagons-Lits.
  951. In 1978, the magnetic survey and trench survey of the remains were carried out.
  952. In 1978, their blended coffee 'Arabian Pearl,' which is the leading product even today, was launched.
  953. In 1979
  954. In 1979 Sendai City Board of Education began investigating and confirmed the existence of the abandoned temple and stage I and II kanga.
  955. In 1979 and 1980, the section between Tsukaguchi and Takarazuka was double-tracked in sequence, and in 1981 the section between Amagasaki and Takarazuka was completely electrified.
  956. In 1979 and later, reviews of history in the era after the war started, and in particular, the vigorous activities concerned have been accelerating.
  957. In 1979 he staged a brilliant comeback, earning the right to make the film version of Ryuzo SAKI's "Fukushu suru wa ware ni ari" and beating out many rivals in the process.
  958. In 1979, 'Akiyoshi Park' was founded at his birth place in Hagi City, Yamaguchi Prefecture by Nihon University in commemoration of its ninetieth anniversary.
  959. In 1979, O no Yasumaro's grave was found in a tea field in Konose-cho, Nara City, Nara Prefecture, and the epitaph was excavated together with a wooden container containing cremated bones and pearls.
  960. In 1979, he called himself Gasetsu.
  961. In 1979, he made Honzon Juichimen Kanzeon Bosatsu nyubutsukaigan hoyo (Buddhist memorial service of enshrining a Buddhist image and opening eyes of 11 faced Buddhist Goddess of Mercy) for the celebration of the construction of the second Shoja temple.
  962. In 1979, he received the Order of Culture.
  963. In 1979, he succeeded to the third Heizaburo IWANO.
  964. In 1979, he visited five European countries as 'Shinnyoen Buddhist religious communication good will envoy' for preachment.
  965. In 1979, he won three directorial prizes, the Blue Ribbon Prize, the Japan Academy Prize, and the Kinema Junpo Prize for his film "Fukushu suru wa ware ni ari."
  966. In 1979, it started exporting canned coffee to Japan and Hong Kong.
  967. In 1979, she made her film debut in the Toei movie "Socho no Kubi" (Neck of the President).
  968. In 1979, she retired and closed her okiya.
  969. In 1979, the Faculty of Art was founded.
  970. In 1980
  971. In 1980 Mamoru TAKADA published "The World of Hakkenden" with a subtitle of 'Restoration of Fantasy Roman' and delivered an exciting interpretation of 'tenkyo' (accurate foundation).
  972. In 1980 he directed a Japan-Italy co-production movie "Giardino dell'Eden" (Garden of Eden).
  973. In 1980 she was conferred the Order of Cultural Merit, being the second female painter thus honored after Shoen UEMURA.
  974. In 1980's, other 11 pieces of "Ishu Retsuzo" were found in Besancon Museum, France.
  975. In 1980, Bunkakorosha (Person of Cultural Merits).
  976. In 1980, a part of ancient gigaku was restored as a major project, to be showcased at the Buddhism ceremony celebrating the completion of restoring the Hall of Great Buddha at Todai-ji Temple.
  977. In 1980, during the construction of a new sewage plant, ancient structural remnants of 18m in width were discovered.
  978. In 1980, he succeeded to the name of "Shotaro YANAGIYA.
  979. In 1980, he was given 1500 grains of seeds of original Kameno-o variety from the Agricultural Experimental Station of Niigata Prefecture, and sowed them to cultivate and increase its crops during the following two years.
  980. In 1980, it was designated a national historic site together with the Castle Ruins of Hiyama-Ando clan.
  981. In 1980, remains that seemed to be Hideyori's were uncovered from the ruins of Sannomaru at Osaka-jo Castle and were laid to rest in Seiryo-ji Temple in Kyoto.
  982. In 1980, the U.S. Congress established the first ever commission on Japanese American Internment during the war.
  983. In 1980s, many entertainers' shops drastically increased around the area on the north of Togetsu-kyo Bridge, and attracted young tourists including students on school excursions, but, some people had an unfavorable opinion because such shops might destroy the atmosphere.
  984. In 1981 he was designated as a holder of Important Intangible Cultural Property (Living National Treasure).
  985. In 1981 he was first certified as an Important Intangible Cultural Property Living National Treasure in the category of other crafts, kirikane.
  986. In 1981 performed "Senzai" (Thousand Years).
  987. In 1981, Akihiko MIYANO studied further the correlation between directional fortune in Kaso and natural environment and reported that it matched the natural environment in Xian and Luoyang in China.
  988. In 1981, Suzuki won the Jury's Special Award at the Berlin International Film Festival for "Zigeunerweisen" (the movie).
  989. In 1981, Yoko HATTA, who had experience of color setting at the former Mushi Production studio, began to undertake finishing work at the Tatsunoko Production and Sunrise animation studios with local housewives.
  990. In 1981, aiming to make the 'ultimate documentary,' he directed "The Ondekoza" which showcased the youth and passion of the members of the Ondekoza drum troupe from Sado, Niigata Prefecture.
  991. In 1981, he established the Reizei Family Shigure-tei Library Foundation.
  992. In 1981, he founded the Chikamatsu-za theatrical troupe.
  993. In 1981, his portrayal of Kanshoso in "Sugawara-denju-tenarai-kagami" at the National Theater earned a reputation for being "godlike."
  994. In 1981, it was adopted as a recommended variety of Gifu Prefecture, and registration followed in 1982.
  995. In 1981, remains of large-scale-well-ordered paddy field sections from the middle of the Yayoi period were found in the Tareyanagi site located in Inakadate Village, Minamitsugaru-gun, Aomori Prefecture.
  996. In 1981: It was determined to be built.
  997. In 1981: It was determined to be rebuilt because of aging.
  998. In 1982 he finished a full-length documentary film 'Tokyo Saiban' (Tokyo Trial), which took about 5 years to piece together from films stored in the U.S. Defense Department, and domestic and international news footage.
  999. In 1982 he was designated as the general holder of Important Intangible Cultural Property.
  1000. In 1982 was acknowledged as the 'general holder of Important Intangible Cultural Property.'

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