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  1. In 1982, a bone wrapped in paper and inscribed with black ink as 'the bone of Honen Shonin' was discovered in the body of the goei (image of a deity, Buddha, royal, noble, etc.).
  2. In 1982, a food company in Taiwan, King Car Food Industrial Co. started selling canned coffee, "Mr. Brown Coffee" in the Taiwan market.
  3. In 1982, he was designated as Bunkakorosha.
  4. In 1982, the Aggregate Corporation of All Japan School Dietician Conference set January 22 as the Curry Day, when elementary and junior high schools across Japan serve curry and rice together as a school lunch.
  5. In 1982, the Sino-Japanese joint production "Mikan no Taikyoku," which commemorated the 10th anniversary of the restoration of diplomatic ties between the two countries, was premiered.
  6. In 1982, the canal was named 'City of Water and Greenery Model District Development Project' supervised by National Land Agency, under which the canal's stone embankments were restored and pedestrian walkways and waterfront plazas were created.
  7. In 1982, the city seized more than 12,000 jinrikisha and destroyed them.
  8. In 1982, the first convention was held by Nozomi OMORI and other fellows who were then members of SF Kenkyukai (a study group of SF) at Kyoto University.
  9. In 1982, the light one way bottle, whose surface was coated with plastic film, was introduced in the soft drink industry, and in 1983, carbonated drink sours were sold using it.
  10. In 1983 the park was reopened as Sport Valley Kyoto which was a sport-theme park targeted for young people, however, the business didn't turn around.
  11. In 1983 the sushi restaurant 'Hatsuhana' in New York got the best four-star restaurant rating in The New York Times and we see that until that time the image of sushi changed.
  12. In 1983 the troupe gave its first performance in Runa Hall in Ashiya City, Hyogo Prefecture (playing 'Rokujizo' [Six Jizo Ksitigarbha]).
  13. In 1983, 'Hatsuhana,' a sushi restaurant in New York became the first Japanese restaurant that was rated to the highest four-star level in the restaurant review on New York Times.
  14. In 1983, 22 kinds of pufferfish and the parts that can be sold were announced in 'New Rules for Measures to Secure Sanitation Regarding Pufferfish,' an official notice from the then director-general of the Ministry of Health and Welfare.
  15. In 1983, Japanese and Brazilian sumo federations promoted International Sumo Federation.
  16. In 1983, developed by a private-sector institution
  17. In 1983, he received an order to produce a large painting on fusuma (sliding doors) of Seiyo-in Temple in Morioka City, Iwate Prefecture.
  18. In 1983, part of the approximately 132,400m? precinct was purchased by the Japan Housing Corporation and the money was used to construct a new shrine building.
  19. In 1983, the Commission announced the conclusion that the Japanese American Internment during the war was not necessary for the sake of security.
  20. In 1983, the size of the sekkaku was measured by the archaeological research laboratory of Kansai University again.
  21. In 1984 a part of Higashino Inoue-cho was reorganized into Higashino Kita-inoue-cho, Naka-inoue-cho and Minami-inoue-cho; therefore, there are now fourteen towns in the district.
  22. In 1984 he became a member of the Japan Art Academy.
  23. In 1984 performed "Sanbaso" (a dance dedicated to the shrine and performed as a Japanese-styled three dolls, Chitose, Okina and Sanbaso, operated by three doll handlers)
  24. In 1984, NHK broadcasted a TV drama "Miyamoto Musashi," and commemorating that, Kumamoto Prefecture sold replicas of that wooden sword Musashi had made for Yoriyuki.
  25. In 1984, Sumi KOSAKAI wrote a biography entitled "Morgan O-yuki".
  26. In 1984, an inscription inlaid with gold on the iron blade was found in Okadayama No.1 Tumulus which was under conservation work in Okusa-cho, Matsue City, Shimane prefecture.
  27. In 1984, an iron blade was excavated in the Minodani No.2 Tumulus in Koyama, Yoka-cho, Yabu City, Hyogo Prefecture.
  28. In 1984, he established 'Kyogen Benkyokai' (Study Group of Kyogen) (present 'Kyogen Sanshokai') with his fellows, Kaoru MATSUMOTO and Yasushi MARUISHI, and he continues performing five times a year.
  29. In 1984, he left the Kunaicho gakubu.
  30. In 1984, he was asked by Daigo-ji Temple to conduct the ceremony for the 1150 years anniversary of Kobo Daishi's "Nyujo" (falling into deep meditation).
  31. In 1984, he was nominated for the Best Supporting Actor Academy Award for his performance of Mr. Miyagi, a karate master in "the Karate Kid."
  32. In 1984, it was donated to Yokohama City, and has been used for residents' activities such as Nohgaku (the art of Noh), Sado (tea ceremony) and classical Japanese dance.
  33. In 1984, the Soseki Museum in London was established by Ikuo TSUNEMATSU at the site opposite to the last boarding house where Soseki stayed.
  34. In 1984, the building was designated as a registered cultural property by Kyoto City.
  35. In 1985 appeared as Tsurumaru (performed under the name of Takeshi) in the movie of "Ran" (Revolt) directed by Akira KUROSAWA.
  36. In 1985 he directed 'Shokutaku no nai ie' (Family Without a Dinner Table) featuring the United Red Army Incident based on Fumiko ENCHI's novel.
  37. In 1985 it was certified one of the 100 greatest springs by the Ministry of the Environment.
  38. In 1985 this League organized a gathering of National Diet members and held a 'panel discussion on the reinstatement of the honors of the Golden Kite Medal,' and submitted the same request for reinstatement to then-Prime Minister Yasuhiro NAKASONE.
  39. In 1985, a research was conducted to verify the dimensions of the tumulus.
  40. In 1985, developed by the municipality
  41. In 1985, he became a music director of a gagaku performance group called 'Reigakusha.'
  42. In 1985, he established 'Gosha Production,' a film-making company by himself.
  43. In 1985, he made the first flight on STS-51-C.
  44. In 1985, he succeeded the stage name of Kuroemon.
  45. In 1985, he yielded his title to the 12th Sotetsu and retired.
  46. In 1985, her cousin Masaki KOBAYASHI, a film director, created the "Tanaka Kinuyo Award" at the Mainichi Film Awards to be given to such actresses that have contributed to the development of the film industry.
  47. In 1985, the Senchado assembly hall, where its office is now located, was built to commemorate the thirtieth anniversary of the association's being founded.
  48. In 1985, the Yamagata Prefectural Agricultural Experiment Station cross-fertilized Miyama nishiki/Hanafubuki (Ao-kei sake No. 97) and selected 'Yamagata sake No. 49' from its later generations, named it 'Dewa sansan' and developed it.
  49. In 1985, the sumo federations of Paraguay and Argentina joined this federation.
  50. In 1985, the third stage repair ended.
  51. In 1985, when Kobayashi himself fell sick, he hurried to establish the Tanaka Kinuyo Award in the Mainichi Film Awards, to be given to an actress contributing to the development of Japanese movies.
  52. In 1986 Shokaku VI who led post-War Kamigata rakugo, died.
  53. In 1986 it was elected as a candidate temple for choja (chief abbot of the temple) and became the Head Temple for practical training.
  54. In 1986 it was selected as a national preservation district for a group of historic buildings.
  55. In 1986 performed "Nasu no Yoichi no Katari" (The Tale of NASU no Yoichi).
  56. In 1986, developed by the municipality
  57. In 1986, he died in the Challenger explosion.
  58. In 1986, he lost his life when the Space Shuttle Challenger was destroyed.
  59. In 1986, he was designated as an Important Intangible Cultural Property.
  60. In 1986, he was designated as the general Important Intangible Cultural Property.
  61. In 1986, she was allowed to serve the Senke Family and became the first woman who was officially recognized as the head of a Senke Jisshoku Family.
  62. In 1986, the Daiei Movie Studio in Uzumasa, Kyoto, was shut down and the property sold.
  63. In 1986, the Suntory Museum of Art that was in Akasaka, Tokyo, at the time held 'An Exhibition Commemorating the 25th Anniversary - Portraits of the Thirty-six Immortal Poets' in which 20 out of 37 pieces of Satake version were exhibited.
  64. In 1986, the all-Paraguay sumo tournament was held as a commemorative project of the 50th anniversary of Japanese immigration to Paraguay.
  65. In 1986, the association cooperated with the establishment of Nihon Sencha Kogyo Kyokai (Japan Sencha Arts and Crafts Association), and also is trying to aid craftsmen who make utensils used in Senchado.
  66. In 1987 Yayoi pottery was found in the lower layer under the kanga ruins, suggesting that there was a settlement prior to the kanga.
  67. In 1987 he was awarded the Agency for Cultural Affairs Art Festival (Japanese Agency for Cultural Affairs) prize.
  68. In 1987 presided "Gozaru no Za" (the Gozaru Troupe) (twice a year after this).
  69. In 1987, 'Ryuto Shinko Corporation' funded by restaurants where geigi regularly came to work and some business leaders was established.
  70. In 1987, Ajinomoto General Foods put it on the market under the name of "Dandan Atsuatsu Coffee" (Gradually heated coffee).
  71. In 1987, Japan National Railways (JNR) was privatized and split up into JR companies.
  72. In 1987, Kyoto Symphony Orchestra gave public performances in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea).
  73. In 1987, Naikyoku legally dissolved the religious order 'Honganji' and incorporated it into a religious corporation, 'Shinshu Otaniha (Shin Sect Otani School).'
  74. In 1987, as a part of Hikone City's 50th anniversary events, Goten residence was restored as 'Hikone Castle Museum' which displays furnishing goods and arms during the period of domain duties.
  75. In 1987, developed by a private-sector institution
  76. In 1987, developed by the municipality
  77. In 1987, he performed 'Tsuri kitsune' (Fox Trapping).
  78. In 1987, it was described as closed in error in Furusato Rekishi Encyclopedia.
  79. In 1987, making the centennial of his death, '100th anniversary of Seigetsu' was held.
  80. In 1987, the Research society for the Takeda clan was established.
  81. In 1988 Mikasanomiya Imperial Prince Takahito's second son, Katsuranomiya Imperial Prince Yoshihito established new Miyake and gave him the same name Katsuranomiya.
  82. In 1988 as the next master of IKENOBO Yuki IKENOBO assumed the name of Senko IKENOBO.
  83. In 1988 both the Fisheries Technology Center in Mie Prefecture and Kitasato University succeeded in cultivating Ise ebi until they reached the fry shrimp phase.
  84. In 1988 performed "Tsuri kitsune" (Fox Trapping).
  85. In 1988, 'The First Committee for Investigating and Preserving the Special Historic Site, Azuchi-jo Castle Ruins' was held.
  86. In 1988, 1991, 1992, 1995, and 1999 also, cloudy or rainy days continued rather long in March, hours of sunlight in the month was short excluding north Japan.
  87. In 1988, Morinaga seika started selling this product under the name of "Oolong coffee."
  88. In 1988, Ronald REAGAN signed the "Civil Liberties Act," deciding to apologize for the Japanese American Internment based on racial discrimination and to grant the survivors 20,000 dollars per person in compensation.
  89. In 1988, developed by the municipality
  90. In 1988, for the afforestation projects in the Ashio area, the Maebashi Forest Management Office allocated 294 million yen and Tochigi Prefecture spent 585 million yen.
  91. In 1988, from the report by the Imperial Household Agency, ceremonial vessel stands and ceremonial jars were revealed.
  92. In 1988, he held his private exhibition at Takashimaya departments (at Nihonbashi, Tokyo, and at Kyoto) (planned by the department), and in 1989, he also held his private exhibition, "Travel along the Iyo road," sponsored by TV Ehime.
  93. In 1988, he succeeded to Shobei TAMAYA, the eighth and while he constructed traditional wind-up dolls, he made new efforts, including the introduction of computers for controlling wind-up dolls.
  94. In 1988, he succeeded to the head of the school.
  95. In 1988, he succeeded to the name Judo (the second), to which none had succeeded for a long time.
  96. In 1988, the 'Group to Preserve Hachiman-bori Canal' was formed, and its members engaged in weeding for improvement of the canal.
  97. In 1988, the 'Yuki Museum of Art' was established for storing the founder's collection of tea utensils.
  98. In 1988, the second-generation hybrid was assigned.
  99. In 1989
  100. In 1989 Tokuro retired and succeeded to the stage name of the seventh Shoichi MIYAKE.
  101. In 1989 he again won three directorial prizes, the Japan Academy Prize, the Kinema Junpo Prize, and the Nikkan Sports Film Prize, for his film "Kuroi ame" (Black Rain).
  102. In 1989 they replaced those buses with super high-decker buses equipped with three row independent seats (29 seats) and a toilet.
  103. In 1989 when Yasunori NISHIJIMA was the president, the authority of Kyoto University (dean of students Hayao KAWAI) and the council of Yoshida dormitory agreed to demolish the west building in exchange for the abolition of the 'time limit.'
  104. In 1989, 'The 20-Year Project for Investigation and Preservation' was started.
  105. In 1989, 7-Eleven, Inc. in Hiroshima Prefecture started selling ehomaki, and later expanded its sales area; as the result of sales expansion to throughout Japan, ehomaki rapidly became popular.
  106. In 1989, Benzo's ex-residence located at Oikamanai, Tobui-mura Village, where Benzo had lived from 1893 to 1915, was reconstructed to be a historic site of Taiki-cho and is called 'YODA Benzo O Jukyo' (literally, a residence of the revered old Mr. Benzo YODA)'.
  107. In 1989, Keihan Electric Railway swallowed Kamogawa Electric Railway, and in the same year the railway was inaugurated as the Keihan Oto Line.
  108. In 1989, Kichiya was commended for his distinguished merits in Kabuki by Geidankyo (Japan Council Meeting for Performers' Groups engaged in Public Entertainment).
  109. In 1989, Kyoto Symphony Orchestra gave public performances in France.
  110. In 1989, although chief cabinet secretary Mayumi MORIYAMA expressed her intention to present the prime minister's cup on behalf of the prime minister on the dohyo, the Japan Sumo Association rejected her proposal, causing fierce debate on discrimination against women.
  111. In 1989, discussions on the need for such a facility started, and in 1992 the government completed the plan to establish it.
  112. In 1989, five building remains were discovered at the residence site attributed to Hideyoshi HASHIBA (later Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI).
  113. In 1989, he joined Tessenkai.
  114. In 1989, he performed gagaku to introduce it at the Kuhmo Festival in Finland and also at the Music Fest Perugia in Italy.
  115. In 1989, this section of the railway was switched to a new line passing through the double-track line (and the accompanying tunnel) between Saga (present Saga Arashiyama) and Umahori Station.
  116. In 1989, with the revision of the government course guidelines for high school, 'combative sports' was changed to 'martial arts,' and Kyudo, which was placed under 'individual events' instead of 'combative sports,' was included in the 'martial arts' domain.
  117. In 198x
  118. In 199 A.D., when visiting Chikushi (present-day Fukuoka, Kyushu) together with Empress Jingu in order to conquer the Kumaso (a rebellious group living in Kyushu), Emperor Chuai received an oracle from the empress, who was possessed by Sumiyoshi Okami (three great gods of Sumiyoshi).
  119. In 1990
  120. In 1990 he was designated as a holder of Important Intangible Cultural Property (Living National Treasure).
  121. In 1990 starred in "Hamlet"
  122. In 1990 the Morioka Theater was rebuilt (new Morioka Theater), and the bunshi-geki also came back.
  123. In 1990's, FURUTA was deeply involved in "Tsugaru Sangun-shi" (The history of the three counties in Tsugaru region), and it is strongly suspected that "Tsugaru Sangun-shi" was gisho (apocryphal book).
  124. In 1990's, a new theory saying that Takasaka no Okimi agreed to the plot with Prince Oama preliminary and demanding ekirei was just excuse for contact or this was a creation of "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) editor appeared.
  125. In 1990, 700 years after Eison's death, "Kosho Bosatsu Gokyokai Chomonshu (Collection of Preachingsby Kosho Bosatsu [name given to Eison posthumously by Emperor Gofushimi]) and Kongobutsushi Eison Kanjingakushoki" edited by Sei HASEGAWA was published by the Saidai-ji Temple.
  126. In 1990, Akihito succeeded to the throne.
  127. In 1990, Suzuki made a guest appearance on the live news show "What's New" on Eisei Channel (the present Asahi Newstar), the communications satellite station of the Asahi Shimbun Group.
  128. In 1990, Yoko KONDO adapted and published comics from the tale.
  129. In 1990, developed by the municipality
  130. In 1990, he also started the trading with China.
  131. In 1990, he composed a tune and an accompanying dance called 'Yuki Chiho Fuzokuka Fuzokumai' (Folk Song and Dance of the Yuki Region), which was performed at the Daijo-sai festival (festival to celebrate succession of the emperor).
  132. In 1990, he was appointed councilor of the Imperial University.
  133. In 1990, he was appointed to Shoshii (Senior Fourth Rank) and received Kyokujitsusho (The Order of the Rising Sun).
  134. In 1990, he was awarded an Award of the Japan Art Academy, and in 1991 became a member of the Japan Art Academy.
  135. In 1990, hojo (an abbot's chamber) and a garden were revived and opened to the public.
  136. In 1990, the City Bus North No.6 Route for Ohara was transferred to Kyoto Bus, and this route of Kyoto Bus for Ohara (Kodeishi Line of Kyoto Bus Takano Office) began using this terminal, but it ended in 2002 when the route's terminal was moved to Kokusai Kaikan Station.
  137. In 1990, the basic plan for the environmental preservation was drawn up.
  138. In 1990, the building and garden were restored, and presented in mostly their original form from its most prominent era in the middle of the Edo period.
  139. In 1990, the first soba restaurant opened in Mitsuse-mura Village.
  140. In 1990, the shipment exceeded 300 million cases (30 cans/case).
  141. In 1990, the throne was built in Matsu-no-ma of the Seiden and the enthronement ceremony for the Emperor Heisei was held.
  142. In 1990, the trains between Kyoto and Sonobe were converted to electric trains.
  143. In 1990s a restaurant chain named 'Ship of the Sun' was established, and began to sell takoyaki in the name of 'Octopus small meatball.'
  144. In 1990s, two campuses, Yoshida and Uji, became too cramped, so the construction of "the third campus" was planned.
  145. In 1991
  146. In 1991 the West Japan Railway Company (JR West) got into the competition, beginning its operation between Kyoto Station and Nara Station on the JR Nara Line, which runs in parallel; however, the Kintetsu Kyoto Line is still dominant in terms of the number of trains operating.
  147. In 1991, Chugoku No.81 was grown on a test basis as cooking rice.
  148. In 1991, Teiichi, the founder, started his sons and daughters' husbands in the same business.
  149. In 1991, a Swiss global food company, Nestle and The Coca-Cola Company set up a joint venture, Coca-Cola & Nestle Refreshments (Changed it's name later to Beverage Partners Worldwide.)
  150. In 1991, a drama "Taiheiki" (NHK Taiga drama) based on this "Shihon Taiheiki" was made and broadcasted by the Japan Broadcasting Corporation.
  151. In 1991, developed by the municipality
  152. In 1991, four buildings and Mokuhi-ankyo (aqueduct and blind ditch) were discovered at the residence site attributed to Toshiie MAEDA.
  153. In 1991, he became the Master of the Kunaicho gakubu, and in 1993, the Principle Master of the Kunaicho gakubu.
  154. In 1991, he held again his private exhibition at Takashimaya departments (at Kyoto, at Osaka and at Nihonbahsi, Tokyo) until February of 1992, which was favored by many visitors.
  155. In 1991, he passed away at the age of 87.
  156. In 1991, he was awarded the fourth Nikkan Sports Film Award and Yujiro Ishihara Award with "Senso to seishun" (War and youth).
  157. In 1991, he was designated as the (general) Important Intangible Cultural Property.
  158. In 1991, his short documentary film portraying the Japanese American Internment, "Days of Waiting The Life Art of Estelle Ishigo," received an Academy Award for best documentary short subject.
  159. In 1991, the Ogasawara Sencha Service School was established.
  160. In 1991, the founder Teiichi gave his son and his daughters' husbands, who were cooks of Kitcho, the shops respectively, allowing them to form independent shops under the Kitcho name, and established the group businesses as Kitcho Group.
  161. In 1991, the hall became a foundation and its name was changed to Masutomi Geology Museum.
  162. In 1992
  163. In 1992 he died at the age of 82.
  164. In 1992, Kristi YAMAGUCHI became the first Japanese American to win a Gold Medal for Ladies' Figure Skating at the Albertville Olympic Games.
  165. In 1992, Suntory conducted a full-scale consumer survey before their development of a new brand "BOSS coffee."
  166. In 1992, Tadamune concurrently assumed the position of iemoto (the head family of a school).
  167. In 1992, Taito Corporation released online karaoke 'X2000.'
  168. In 1992, Technical College of KIT was closed.
  169. In 1992, Zenkoku Natto Kogyo Kyodo Kumiai Rengokai (National Federation of Natto Processors Cooperative Associations) formally designated the 'Natto no Hi.'
  170. In 1992, a monument was built in the Republic of Korea.
  171. In 1992, a part of Azuchi-jo Castle tower (the fifth and sixth floors), which had been restored referring to 'Tenshu sashizu' (a blueprint of Azuchi-jo Castle keep), was exhibited at the World Exposition in Seville.
  172. In 1992, a reprinted edition of 'The Great Earthquake of Japan' was published.
  173. In 1992, a travel card called the Lagare Card was introduced, but subsequently it developed into the KANSAI THRU PASS.
  174. In 1992, construction work for the environmental preservation started.
  175. In 1992, developed by the municipality
  176. In 1992, he received the Minister of Education Award for Fine Arts.
  177. In 1992, it was estimated that over 30,000 jinrikisha were operating, including 6,000 illegal or unauthorized vehicles.
  178. In 1992, she was chosen as a member of SUPER MONKEYS (later Super Monkeys [in katakana of syllable based writing system of the Japanese language]).
  179. In 1992, stone walls were found on the north slope of Sakefuneishi that are presumed to be the remains corresponding to the construction which was mentioned in Nihonshoki (the Chronicles of Japan) during the era of Emperor Saimei.
  180. In 1992, the Faculty of Integrated Human Studies was established, and the next year, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences was closed and Kyoto University changed itself into the university prioritizing its graduate schools, and this was when the university's present Faculties and Graduate Schools were all completed.
  181. In 1992, the canal was designated part of 'Omihachiman City Preservation District' for Groups of Historic Hachiman Buildings, together with 'Shinmachi-dori,' 'Nagahara-cho dori' and 'Himure-hachimangu Shrine.'
  182. In 1992, the film entitled "Oroshia Kokusui Mutan" was shot in Russia amid the turmoil of the dissolution of the Soviet Union, at the cost of 2.5 billion yen.
  183. In 1992, the remains of Honmaru (the castle keep) and Numatamaru (Numata area) were transformed into Shoryu-ji Castle Park, and towers were built in the style of the originals.
  184. In 1992, there was an outburst of complaints about T-back swimwear which exposed its wearer's buttocks at the Jingu Pool, which a large number of males wearing T-back swimwear visited, and fundoshi, along with T-back swimwear, was prohibited.
  185. In 1993
  186. In 1993 he became a member of 'Hanagata Kyogen Kai' (the Young Star Kyogen Performers Society).
  187. In 1993 the Tokyo National Museum held a special exhibition of representative Yamato-e works titled 'Yamato-e, Miyabi no keifu (Japanese style paintings, genealogy of refinement),' and it defined the term 'Yamato-e' as the 'paintings originated from dynastic arts.'
  188. In 1993 work began to harden the surface of the statues by injecting synthetic resin, and they are now installed in the rebuilt Dining Hall.
  189. In 1993, Hota Myohon-ji Temple became an independent religious corporation.
  190. In 1993, a 7.4 cm jade magatama was excavated from the later Yayoi Period remains at the Yotsuba Ruins, in Itabashi Ward, Tokyo.
  191. In 1993, many large vessel-stand shaped haniwa whose rims are 50 to 70 centimeters in diameter and has dark spots and tiered rims, and the oldest Totsuki-style cylindrical haniwa were found.
  192. In 1993, the All Japan Yakiniku Association proclaimed August 29 as the official Yakiniku Day.
  193. In 1993, the Graduate School was established in an effort to expand the school as a four-year university.
  194. In 1993, the Haino-bashi Bridge was replaced with a steel girder and therefore, the sections whose facilities were to be improved were extended over Haino.
  195. In 1993, the Kyoto City-run Meirin elementary school was closed.
  196. In 1993, the Russian government was attempting to verify whether alleged bone fragments really belonged to Tsar Nicholas II, and they ordered the Japanese government to take deoxyribonucleic acid from clothes which used for Nicholas's medical treatment as a sample.
  197. In 1993, the club was divided into two teams: one was "Kyoikukenkyusha FC Kyoto Purple Sanga" (from which "FC Kyoto BAMB 1993" was separated in the next year, 1994, and which was organized mainly by the trainees of Sanga), and the other was the amateur "Kyoto Shiko Club."
  198. In 1993, the remains of Ote-mon Gate (main gate), as well as those of stone mound extending east and west from the gate, were discovered.
  199. In 1993, this entire village was designated as a Preservation District for Groups of Historic Buildings by the Agency for Cultural Affairs.
  200. In 1993, this submergence was scientifically recognized through research, and it was ascertained that this event was likely to be a historical fact.
  201. In 1994
  202. In 1994 'Kanshuji Higashidoden-Cho' was newly created in accordance with the land readjustment project; therefore, there are twenty-nine towns in the Kanshuji district today.
  203. In 1994 he formed 'Hanagata Kyogen Shonen-tai' (which means 'young Kyogen stars' team') with his elder brother Motohiko SHIGEYAMA and his cousin Shigeru SHIGEYAMA.
  204. In 1994 preparation as Historic Park Kikuchi-jo Castle began.
  205. In 1994 succeeded to the professional name of Mansai, the name after retirement of his great-grandfather, Manzo NOMURA, the fifth.
  206. In 1994 the City of Fuchu planned to investigate Takakura burial mounds which are located southeast of Kumano-jinja Shrine using an underground radar device.
  207. In 1994 the name of Ono Kagase was changed to Ono Kagase-cho in accordance with the land readjustment project.
  208. In 1994 town borders were changed in accordance with the land readjustment project, and the names of Oyake Kanno, Sawa, Ishigori, Hosoda, Sekisho and Wasenouchi were changed into Oyake Kanno-cho, Sawa-cho, Ishigori-cho, Hosoda-cho, Sekisho-cho and Wasenouchi-cho, respectively.
  209. In 1994, 17 cultural properties in Kyoto City and the nearby cities of Uji and Otsu were registered as world heritages (historic monuments of Ancient Kyoto).
  210. In 1994, Enryaku-ji Temple was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage site, as part of the "Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto."
  211. In 1994, Faculty of Knowledge Engineering was established.
  212. In 1994, Izumi Shoin Publishing released "The Shoku Kojidan Chukai" (An Annotated Edition of the Zoku Kojidan), which is priced rather expensively.
  213. In 1994, Kesa KISHIDA, a Japanese food nutritionist living in Kenya and a member of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), built a Japanese-style kamado at the village of Enzaro in Kenya, using the materials available there and improving it in order to meet local needs.
  214. In 1994, Kichiroku finished the Twelfth-term Kabuki Actor Training Program of the National Theatre of Japan.
  215. In 1994, Mazie HIRONO became the first first-generation Japanese (Japanese-born) to be elected Lieutenant Governor.
  216. In 1994, a chain of coffee shops in the United States, Starbucks Coffee Company formed a partnership with PepsiCo, Inc.
  217. In 1994, as one of the events of the 1200-year anniversary of Heian's founding, ochatsubo dochu was reenacted by volunteers on foot from Kyoto to Tokyo.
  218. In 1994, developed by the municipality
  219. In 1994, he died at the age of 92.
  220. In 1994, he formed 'hanagata kyogen shonen tai' (the Young Star Kyogen Performers Boys Team) along with his cousin Shigeru SHIGEYAMA and his younger brother Ippei SHIGEYAMA, and they do activities toward young people.
  221. In 1994, he succeeded the name Sengoro SHIGEYAMA, the 13th.
  222. In 1994, he was recognized as a person who holds an important intangible cultural asset (a living national treasure).
  223. In 1994, it was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site as one of the "Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto."
  224. In 1994, the Hosomi Art Foundation was established, and the museum was opened in 1998.
  225. In 1994, the Mining Pollution Eradication Association in Morita and the Mining Pollution Eradication Association in Niragawa merged.
  226. In 1994, the original arrangement of Buddhist temples became clear after investigating the precincts of Soken-ji Temple.
  227. In 1994, the whole Faculty of Engineering was relocated to Kyotanabe Campus, and the Department of Knowledge Engineering was added,
  228. In 1994, there was a dispute over succession to the name between the Manzo NOMURA family and Mansaku NOMURA's first son, Takeshi (current Mansai), which led to a separation of the group, with Mansaku NOMURA setting up 'Mansaku no kai (the kyogen performance group).'
  229. In 1994: It was built.
  230. In 1995 Kiyokazu papered in productions of: 'Matsura Sayohime' (Princess Sayo of Matsura) and 'Unoha' (Feathers of Cormorant).
  231. In 1995 a coin was unearthed at Kamikurisu ruins in Fujioka City, Gunma Prefecture.
  232. In 1995 it became extinct due to the death of Princess Setsuko, the wife of Imperial Prince Yasuhito.
  233. In 1995 was awarded the new face award of Minister of Education Award for Fine Arts.
  234. In 1995 when Kyoto Purple Sanga F.C. (in those days) was promoted to J League (Japan Professional Football League), the seats were installed on the backside stand and the electrical scoreboard was made larger.
  235. In 1995, Dodobashiguchi-michi Road and roads running around the castle were investigated.
  236. In 1995, Michio YONEKURA, an art historian (belonged to Tokyo National Research Institute of Cultural Properties at that time), announced a new theory that the portrait of MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, unconfirmed was a portrait of Tadayoshi ASHIKAGA.
  237. In 1995, following completion of construction of the Kyoto Concert Hall, Kyoto Symphony Orchestra moved its base from the Kyoto Kaikan.
  238. In 1995, he received Shiju-hosho (the Medal with Purple Ribbon).
  239. In 1995, he received the 2nd Nihon Dentobunka Shinko-sho (Japanese Traditional Culture Promotion Award) from the Japan Arts Foundation.
  240. In 1995, he succeeded to the head of the Manzo NOMURA family after his father and assumed the fifth Mannojo.
  241. In 1995, he took over the name Shobei TAMAYA from his elder brother, Masao.
  242. In 1995, it was adopted as a recommended variety for Yamagata Prefecture, and in 1997 the variety was registered.
  243. In 1995, it was built as part of the project to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of Maizuru's municipality.
  244. In 1995, she became a pupil of Imamaru HAYASHIYA.
  245. In 1995, the capital was increased to thirty million yen and the company was changed into a kabusiki kaisha (joint-stock company).
  246. In 1995, the local governments began to reserve fund for construction every year and worked on maintenance around the stations or building of guide signs of sightseeing facilities, thereby promoting the 'Lake Biwa Loop Line Plan.'
  247. In 1995, the online karaoke for domestic use was released.
  248. In 1995, the sales of comic magazines and comic books were 355.7 billion yen and 250.7 billion yen, respectively, but the sales of comic magazines have been decreasing and the sales in 2005 was below that of comic book.
  249. In 1995, while he did his first location shoots in the Unites States for the film "East Meets West" he suddenly had a speech disorder, and was diagnosed with intradural hematoma/subfural hemorrhaging.
  250. In 1996 Kamakura City acquired the land and building and the garden is open to the general public with the common name of the former Kachonomiya residence.
  251. In 1996 performed "Hanako".
  252. In 1996, Kaya Steam Locomotive Square was transferred from the site of Kaya Station to the site of Oe-yama Mine Station.
  253. In 1996, Kyoto Bus commenced its reserve bus business using microbuses.
  254. In 1996, a plan to use the former Meirin elementary school as 'a center for promoting interactive art/culture-related activities' was compiled in 'A plan to promote art/culture-related activities in Kyoto City' by 'the council to deliberate on use of former school sites.'
  255. In 1996, a scholar of Comparative Literature Shinya IDA developed the decision method of writer by style and lexicon (the Ida Method).
  256. In 1996, an article was published on the ancient tomb behind the shrine, which was described in "Musashino Soshi."
  257. In 1996, developed by the municipality
  258. In 1996, exploration of Karamete-michi Road started.
  259. In 1996, he married a former actress who was 33 years younger then him.
  260. In 1996, he received Grand Cordon of the Order of the Sacred Treasure (it was the first time for a living person to receive the Grand Cordon in the entertainment industry).
  261. In 1996, it was registered as a cultural site of world heritage.
  262. In 1996, sales licensing requirements were relaxed, making it possible for supermarkets and grocery stores that did not sell alcoholic beverages such as beer and whiskey to sell mirin (hon mirin) by applying for a 'mirin retail license.'
  263. In 1996, the Fukuchi-machi Comprehensive Agricultural Project was inaugurated with the objective to revitalize the area by farming and, during that project, soba attracted sufficient interest to start full-scale soba farming since 2001, in the area.
  264. In 1996, the club played one home game in Osaka Expo '70 Stadium which is originally the home stadium for Gamba Osaka (for the details, please refer to Episode and Examples of suspension of the J. League games.)
  265. In 1996, the festive music was restored with the leadership of Iwato yama, and in 2006, 'kazari seki' (place where kensohin, things used to decorate a float, such as textiles, carvings, goldworks are displayed) was restored in which the objects used for decoration except for the object of worship were exhibited.
  266. In 1996, the third son, Choken OTANI, succeeded as the 25th Monshu.
  267. In 1996, two buses were dedicated exclusively to reserve bus service, while three buses were used for both reserve bus service and route bus service.
  268. In 1997
  269. In 1997 Genroku Sangyo released the rights of 'Kaiten' for naming restaurants.
  270. In 1997 appeared as Eisuke MOCHIZUKI in "Aguri", the NHK morning TV serial story.
  271. In 1997 rice warehouses in Azekura-zukuri (an architectural style in which the sides of the building are made by placing logs across each other) and barracks were restored to be opened to the public, as well as an octagonal drum tower was in 1999.
  272. In 1997, East Wing was completed also after the design of Junzo YOSHIMURA, and the existing New Wing was renamed to West Wing.
  273. In 1997, Fukasaku is awarded the Shiju hosho (medal of honor with purple ribbon).
  274. In 1997, Kyoto University's centennial anniversary of foundation came around.
  275. In 1997, Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties (present Nara Research Institute for Cultural Properties) announced its observation that the ancient site of Kibiike Temple found in the southeast of Sakurai City, Nara Prefecture (east of the site of Fujiwara-kyo) can be the site where Kudaradai-ji Temple once stood.
  276. In 1997, a new-type of Men of which several mengame (yokogane) nearby monomi are removed and the part is covered with a transparent polycarbonate resin board (product name: Mujumen) was commercially manufactured by Hasegawa Chemical Industry Co., Ltd.
  277. In 1997, a screening of student films was held by students belonging to film clubs.
  278. In 1997, a special exhibition on Kudara Kannon was held at the Louvre Museum in Paris.
  279. In 1997, a system called "reduction of distance for the Hatsunori fare system" was introduced in some taxi companies.
  280. In 1997, all the limited express trains began making stops at Takatsukishi Station.
  281. In 1997, as the finale to its fortieth anniversary celebrations, Kyoto Symphony Orchestra carried out an overseas tour of five European cities, with Michiyoshi INOUE as conductor.
  282. In 1997, developed by the municipality
  283. In 1997, he received the Exxon Mobil Award.
  284. In 1997, he received the Oribe prize.
  285. In 1997, he won directorial prizes from the Japan Academy and the Mainichi Film Contest for his film "Unagi."
  286. In 1997, it sponsored the 'Kyoto University Press Literary Prize for New Writers Award' and awarded Manichi YOSHIMURA's "Afternoon at the Government-managed Giant Bathhouse" (Yoshimura received Akutagawa Award six years later).
  287. In 1997, she made her debut as a street performer in the street performance event in Sapporo City.
  288. In 1997, soba made on the Inukanno plateau area won the Japan Noodle Association President Award for its excellent quality.
  289. In 1997, the 40th anniversary of the enforcement of the municipal organization, the city requested many public organizations to revise '五条' to '五條' when using it as a city name; this is because there was a campaign to reduce the misuse of the descriptions that occurred among the citizens.
  290. In 1997, the Daimaru department store which is near to Tokyo Station once carried out the large-scale exhibition and sale of showy patterned Ecchu fundoshi called "Tokyo Fundoshi Matsuri" (Tokyo fundoshi festival) before Father's Day, but it ended as a past event without taking root.
  291. In 1997, the JR Tozai Line opened and direct trains started to run on the JR Takarazuka Line and the JR Kobe Line.
  292. In 1997, the building underwent disassembly and repair.
  293. In 1997, the double-track railway was completed up to Sasayamaguchi Station and direct operation with the JR Tozai Line and the Katamachi Line (Gakkentoshi Line) started.
  294. In 1997, the founder Teiichi YUKI was died.
  295. In 1997, the monopolization was abolished (at the same time, the work of Japan Tobacco Inc. was transferred to the Salt Industry Center of Japan).
  296. In 1997, the whole route of Karamete-michi Road was elucidated.
  297. In 1997, ukai was held in the presence of the present Emperor and Empress.
  298. In 1998
  299. In 1998 he was awarded 'Osakashi sakuya konohana sho' (Osaka city blooming flowers on the tree prize).
  300. In 1998 the residence was torn down and repaired.
  301. In 1998, Chris TASHIMA became the first American-born Japanese American to receive an Academy Award.
  302. In 1998, Kirin Brewery entered the low-malt beer market for the first time by selling 'Kirin tanrei nama' which was a huge hit, gaining a 50% market share and at the same time the low-malt beer market as a whole expanded a great deal.
  303. In 1998, Kyoto City finally withdrew the plan to build the Arts Bridge, but is still eager to forward the plan to build a footbridge.
  304. In 1998, a lot of relics were discovered along with burnt down structures from the foot of the mound on which the castle was constructed.
  305. In 1998, almost 20 years after Nakahira's death, a film critic Milkman SAITO began to revaluate Ko NAKAHIRA.
  306. In 1998, de Rijke's grandchild visited Japan and went to visit the Kiso-gawa River, an event which hit the news.
  307. In 1998, he had a dialogue with Takeshi KITANO that is included in the Shincho supplement "Komanechi!"
  308. In 1998, he held an one-person exhibition for the first time.
  309. In 1998, he performed "Tanuki no Harazutsumi," a secret music handed down from father to only son.
  310. In 1998, he received Kyoto prefecture Cultural Contribution Award.
  311. In 1998, he received the Fifth Class of the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold and Silver Rays.
  312. In 1998, he succeeded to the twenty-sixth head of the Kongo school.
  313. In 1998, mokkan (a piece of wood) on which his name was inscribed, that read, 'Emperor ….677…Kanroku…' was excavated from the Asukaike archaeological site, the remains of the Bureau of Onmyo and astrology station built at a later date in the years of Emperor Tenmu.
  314. In 1998, the centenary of Denjiro's birth, the photo album of Okoch Sanso Villa was published, and is still sold at a shop on site.
  315. In 1998, the existing Saikan (a purification hall for Shinto priests) was completed.
  316. In 1998, the route from Go-kawa River once again opened for yakata-bune boat (house boat)-style pleasure boats in remembrance of one-time port town Fushimi.
  317. In 1999 appeared as Shin-Chunagon (New Vice Counselor of State) Tomomori (TAIRA no Tomomori) in "Shigosen no Matsuri" (The Rite of the Meridian).
  318. In 1999 it drew attention by opening a Kaitenzushi shop on the platform at Paddington station.
  319. In 1999 it was designated as a national historical spot, and a multistory tower drawn on unearthed earthen vessels are restored in the ruins.
  320. In 1999 the park was once again redeveloped and reopened as 'Forest Amusement Park' which was located in the forest as the name suggested, but the business still didn't improve.
  321. In 1999, "Kimigayo", the song for celebrating the long Imperial lineage was legally recognized as the national anthem by the Law Regarding the National Flag and National Anthem.
  322. In 1999, Takara Holdings started selling it under the name of "Coffee with coffee beans."
  323. In 1999, a structure with the same ground plan as Seiryo-den of the Imperial Palace was discovered from the site of Honmaru.
  324. In 1999, developed by a private-sector institution
  325. In 1999, he gave many Noh performances of new pieces such as "Kawazu ga Numa," "Togan Boto," "Kassui Ryunyo," and "Nukata no Okimi" (Princess Nukata).
  326. In 1999, he received the Order of the Rising Sun with Gold and Silver Rays.
  327. In 1999, he received the Pola Award for Traditional Culture and also the Shiju-hosho (Medal of Honor with the Purple Ribbon).
  328. In 1999, he was certified as the general holder of Important Intangible Cultural Property.
  329. In 1999, the company divided itself and transferred its route bus business to Kaya Fellow Line Co., Ltd.
  330. In 1999, the second screening was held.
  331. In 1999. Eric SHINSEKI became the first Asian American to be Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army.
  332. In 2000
  333. In 2000 appeared as Shinsaku TAKASUGI in the NHK drama "Soten no Yume" (Dream of a Blue Sky).
  334. In 2000 the 'Shinobu Hashimoto Memorial Museum' opened in his home town of Ichikawa Town in Hyogo Prefecture.
  335. In 2000 was awarded the Medal with Purple Ribbon.
  336. In 2000, 2003 and 2004, Gunma Prefecture added some fields to the Agricultural Land with Soil Pollution Control.
  337. In 2000, Norman MINETA became the first Asian American to be elected as a member of the Cabinet.
  338. In 2000, Zenji ISOKAWA wrote a document titled "Question in History: Phantom Story of Ieyasu", which examined the background of MURAOKA's book.
  339. In 2000, a large-scale excavation was subsequently performed and a sump water system made by gravel stones and the pieces of coin-shape and turtle-shape stonework were found one after the other.
  340. In 2000, developed by a private-sector institution
  341. In 2000, from F8, the group name 'Akita sake No. 77' was chosen, and in 2004 the variety was registered.
  342. In 2000, he became President of the world health division of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
  343. In 2000, he received the Onshi Prize and the Award of the Japan Art Academy, and became a member of the academy.
  344. In 2000, he retired from Tokyo University of the Arts.
  345. In 2000, he succeeded to Yojuro, the Second by restoring Yozaemon NOMURA family, a branch family of the Manzo family, in 150 years.
  346. In 2000, it became a recommended variety as the first shuzo kotekimai of Hokkaido Prefecture.
  347. In 2000, it was registered as the second shuzo kotekimai produced in Hokkaido Prefecture.
  348. In 2000, the 'Budo Seifukai Federation' separated from Yoseikan in order to take over 'Yoseikan aikido.')
  349. In 2000, the Annex Hall was opened for increasing exhibitions such as publicly sponsored ones.
  350. In 2000s, foreign brands such as LVMH joined directly, and now it is thriving as 'the town stylish and most Kobe-like '.
  351. In 2001
  352. In 2001 directed and starred in "Machigai no Kyogen" (The Kyogen of Errors).
  353. In 2001 the policy speech of Prime Minister Koizumi was published as a book with the title '万機公論に決すべし (all matters decided by open discussion).'
  354. In 2001 when the club was promoted to J2 for the first time, absolutely no player joined nor left midway from the opening game on March 10 to the final game on November 18.
  355. In 2001, Asahi Breweries, Ltd. entered the low-malt beer market for the first time by selling 'Hon nama (now, Hon nama Draft).'
  356. In 2001, Kyoto Hotel decided to tie-up with Hotel Okura as one of its management restructuring measures, and became a member of Okura Hotels & Resorts in 2002 and renamed the main building 'Kyoto Hotel Okura.'
  357. In 2001, San Jose International Airport changed the official name of the airport to 'Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Air Port' in honor of him.
  358. In 2001, Sendai City held a DATE Summit as one of the projects of a festival which marked the 400th anniversary of the start of Sendai Domain.
  359. In 2001, applications for student films from abroad were first accepted.
  360. In 2001, at Kabuki-za Theater, September Grand Kabuki "Komehyappyo" (a hundred straw rice bags) played by main actor, Kichiemon NAKAMURA (the second generation); the former prime minister Junichiro KOIZUMI viewed the play and was impressed.
  361. In 2001, he made his first flight on the STS-108.
  362. In 2001, he performed "Sonezaki-shinju" in Great Britain.
  363. In 2001, he received the Award of the Japan Art Academy.
  364. In 2001, he set up a group of Noh and Kyogen players 'So no kai' with Ryuzo TAZAKI of Hosho school.
  365. In 2001, his first son Dai made his first appearance on the stage by taking the name Dai NAKAMURA, and in November of 2005, he succeeded to the name, Takanosuke NAKAMURA I.
  366. In 2001, it was developed and the variety was fixed.
  367. In 2001, she published a newspaper "Kottai" (term of Tayu specifically used in the Shimabara District), and although at the beginning the paper was distributed only to a limited number of readers, its reputation had been gradually spread across the country by word of mouth.
  368. In 2001, the 'Byodo-in Temple Ho-sho-kan' was opened to replace the previous 'Homotsu-kan' (treasure hall).
  369. In 2001, the cars on the Keihan Cable Line were updated, and it became possible to use the Kansai Thru compatible cards.
  370. In 2001, the name of the main temple, Tokyo Hongan-ji Temple was approved for a change to the Jodo Shinshu sect, Higashi Hongan-ji school, Honzan Higashi Hongan-ji Temple, and he served in the ceremony for public announcement of the name of the temple and succession of the next Hoshu.
  371. In 2002
  372. In 2002 he received The Prime Minister's Award.
  373. In 2002 he received the Award of the Japan Art Academy.
  374. In 2002 starred in "Oedipus Rex".
  375. In 2002 the website was substantially renewed to coincide with the opening of the Kansai-kan.
  376. In 2002, "Tasogare Seibei" (The Twilight Samurai) based on a Shuhei FUJISAWA novel was released.
  377. In 2002, Kintetsu-Tanbabashi Station became a stop for the Kintetsu limited express train, but before that only the Special Limited Express service made stops at this station at the beginning and the end of the year.
  378. In 2002, Nishitakase-gawa River was selected as a target river for 'The Second Urgent Action Strategy for Water Environment Improvement' by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism and progress is underway to develop environment to enjoy water and to improve water quality.
  379. In 2002, a space for exhibiting a large amount of Chinese ancient bronze wares donated by Goro SAKAMOTO, the founder of an antique art shop 'Fugendo,' was established in the Annex attached to the Original Museum Building (originally a repository).
  380. In 2002, an excavation was carried out as the temple's main hall was reconstructed, and some articles were found.
  381. In 2002, an image of two dragons was painted on the ceiling by Junsaku KOIZUMI to commemorate the temple's 800th anniversary.
  382. In 2002, an indie song titled 'The Song of Takoyaki' (sung by Kaori UTAKA and Tako Ball Kids), produced by Nobuyuki KAMITANI, the president of Raple Co., Ltd., was released and its CD has sold more than ten thousand copies particularly in Osaka.
  383. In 2002, he became a member of Kansai Vaudeville Association.
  384. In 2002, he received the Kenzo Nakajima Special Music Award.
  385. In 2002, he succeeded to the name of Tetsunojo KANZE the Ninth.
  386. In 2002, he was awarded 咲くやこの花賞 (大阪市芸術文化賞).
  387. In 2002, her first daughter Kyoko was born.
  388. In 2002, it became one of the events sponsored by the Consortium of Universities in Kyoto.
  389. In 2002, it was adopted as a recommended variety of Shimane Prefecture.
  390. In 2002, it was broadcasted as a long-time (ten hours) TV drama (Starring: Ken WATANABE) by TV TOKYO Corporation.
  391. In 2002, she became a pupil of Shiko KATSURA (a Sapporo resident and a comic storyteller of "Kamigata," or Kyoto and Osaka area), and she belonged to Yoshimoto Creative Agency Sapporo Office with the stage name of 'Karin.'
  392. In 2002, the Archives and Mausolea Department of the Imperial Household Agency provided the mound with the necessary equipment to preserve the Kekkaiseki, and at that time, three parts at the foot of the mound were excavated.
  393. In 2002, the fabric for the costume of Hakata Gion Yamakasa doll was changed from Nishijin-ori to Hakata-ori textile.
  394. In 2002, the name was changed from Sugawara-jinja Shrine to Sugawara Tenman-gu Shrine.
  395. In 2002, the sales was completely liberalized.
  396. In 2002, the shrine cancelled its relationship with the Association of Shinto Shrines.
  397. In 2002, when his stage name was Ganjiro, it was scooped by a weekly photo magazine that, when he secretly saw an apprentice geisha (later on, a geisha) of Kyoto at a hotel, he opened his bathrobe and exposed himself.
  398. In 2002:
  399. In 2003
  400. In 2003 began to appear in "Nihongo de Asobo" (Let's Play in Japanese), NHK children's program.
  401. In 2003 he received the Japan Art Academy award.
  402. In 2003, Divisions of Chemical and Electric Engineering transferred here completely and began to utilize this campus.
  403. In 2003, Iwasaki won an out of court settlement ensuring that Golden would pay compensation to her.
  404. In 2003, National Research Institute of Aquaculture, Fisheries Research Agency in Mie Prefecture announced that they succeeded in the complete farm raising of eels for the first time in the world.
  405. In 2003, Suzuki won the Grand Prize of the Oribe Awards.
  406. In 2003, Tsunenari TOKUGAWA (18th generation clan chief of the Original Tokugawa family line) established the Tokugawa Memorial Foundation to manage the precious Tokugawa legacy.
  407. In 2003, a case in which a deer was shot with an air gun happened, and on August 8, 2008, a deer was found to be stabbed with a fishing spear.
  408. In 2003, a person named as a descendant of the Arisugawa no miya family (an illegitimate child of Prince Nobuhito) committed fraud.
  409. In 2003, a special big program was set to screen 65 films including his early works at the Film Center of The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo.
  410. In 2003, a synthetic antibacterial agent, sulfamethazine, was detected in eels from Taiwan.
  411. In 2003, according to a survey by The NHK Broadcasting Culture Research Institute, 68% of those asked called that deep-fried dough bit 'tenkasu' and 16% called it 'age-dama'.
  412. In 2003, an emergency conservation committee for the mural paintings of Takamatsuzuka tumulus was set up.
  413. In 2003, designated as a holder of Important Intangible Cultural Property (Living National Treasure).
  414. In 2003, he became an instructor at the Kunaicho gakubu and resigned in 2005.
  415. In 2003, he inherited iemoto (the grant master) and succeeded to the name "Soshitsu."
  416. In 2003, he received the Onshi Prize and also the Award of the Japan Art Academy, and became a member of the academy.
  417. In 2003, he received the Special Award at the Moscow International Film Festival, where he received the Grand Prix three times.
  418. In 2003, it was designated by Kyoto City as a tree for preservation.
  419. In 2003, it was opened on the seventh floor of the Daimaru Sapporo store.
  420. In 2003, she published the autobiography entitled "Hana Ikusa" (Flower Battle) which was a big hit.
  421. In 2003, the Agency for Cultural Affairs began supporting the festival.
  422. In 2003, the Liquor Tax Act was revised again, and low-malt beer was raised by 10 yen.
  423. In 2003, the big toymaker Taito Corporation adopted the Keifuku Electric Railroad in Densha-de-go! (電車でGO!), a train operation game (the Arashiyama Main Line and the Kitano Line have been adopted).
  424. In 2003, the company introduced large reserve buses after 34 years in business, and in 2005 it introduced full-size (12m) high-deck sightseeing buses.
  425. In 2003, the eighteenth family head Tsunenari TOKUGAWA established Tokugawa Memorial Foundation to manage the family's valuable heritage.
  426. In 2003, these buildings and collections were sold to Volks Inc. for the reasons outlined below, and they are not open to the public today.
  427. In 2003, three geisha girls in Miyagawa-cho, Fukuha (chairperson of Miyagawa-cho Geisha Association), Kiminao and Chizuru, became the first natori (diploma holder in Japanese dance) of Wakayagi school in Miyagawa-cho.
  428. In 2003, together with Naoto OTOMO, the eleventh regular conductor, Kyoto Symphony Orchestra launched the first regular concert for children in the western Japan, 'Concert for Children'.
  429. In 2003, when the National Holiday Act was amended, depending on the year, there would be another holiday between Keiro no Hi and Shunbun no Hi.
  430. In 2003:
  431. In 2004
  432. In 2004 "A brother" (TV Asahi Corporation Network).
  433. In 2004 Doshisha University established a new faculty for the first time in 55 years.
  434. In 2004 Japan exempted students on school trips from South Korea and China from the need for a short term visa (tourist visa) and also waived the visa fee for students from Taiwan.
  435. In 2004 Russia ratified the protocol and on February 16, 2005, the protocol became effective.
  436. In 2004 it became extinct due to the death of Princess Kikuko, the wife of Imperial Prince Nobuhito.
  437. In 2004 it was designated as a national historic site.
  438. In 2004 it was opened to 15 academic societies and associations.
  439. In 2004 performed "Oedipus Rex", one of the Greek tragedies, in an ancient theater in Athens, Greece.
  440. In 2004 the stone chambers and their surroundings were excavated.
  441. In 2004, Jiro ASADA wrote "Wakachiga Itosato", a period novel, in which Itosato was a main character.
  442. In 2004, KIT was transformed into the national university corporation by the National University Corporation Law.
  443. In 2004, Kadokawa Daiei Motion Pictures was merged with Kadokawa's other video subsidiaries for reorganization.
  444. In 2004, Kiryu City Council adopted a petition demanding the installment of an automated water intake unit in the Nakasai water treatment plant in Ashio-machi.
  445. In 2004, Kumanokodo Road was registered as a world heritage site (cultural heritage) of UNESCO, as `Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes in the Kii Mountain Range,' but Kiiji route is not registered.
  446. In 2004, Lawson opened its convenience store, the first one as the private company in the national university, at the basement of the Yoshida South Campus Academic Center Building.
  447. In 2004, Miyake odoi was designated as a historic site together with Nanao-jo Castle (Iwami Province) (Masuda Castle) under the name 'Ruins of Masuda clan Castles.'
  448. In 2004, Mizusawa City celebrated the 200th anniversary of Choei's birth and various events were held.
  449. In 2004, Nara Kitamachi was approved as 'Nara Machikado Museum' by Nara City, and thirteen facilities are opened to the public.
  450. In 2004, Shin Kyoto Kotsu (on the registration paper, the address of the head office was in Yodogawa Ward, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture) was founded as a subsidiary of Nihon Kotsu (Osaka City).
  451. In 2004, Taa Ichiun Shonin resigned from his post as the 73rd Yugyo-shonin and the 56th Fujisawa-shonin on the grounds of ill health.
  452. In 2004, a children book that introduced the incident was designated as a book on which fifth and sixth grade elementary school pupils were assigned to write book reports for a writing competition.
  453. In 2004, a circle of UFO video shot in Hyogo Prefecture showed an unidentified cloth-like flying object over Mt. Rokko, and the object had the amazing size of thirty meters, they said.
  454. In 2004, at the Russian National Movie Archives, a film "Bushido" jointly directed with the German director Heinz Carl HEILAND was discovered and attracted attention when it was aired in 2005.
  455. In 2004, at the Seijin-shiki ceremony held in Ito City, six new adults impeded the ceremony.
  456. In 2004, cold spring was revived by boring.
  457. In 2004, he played a role of Yohei KAWACHIYA in the drama "Onna koroshi abura no jigoku" (The Woman-killer and the Hell of Oil) at Osaka Shochiku-za Theater, expressed a warped mind of young man delicately and showed shadowy attractiveness as one of his charms.
  458. In 2004, he received Excellence Award of Arts Festival by Japanese Agency for Cultural Affairs.
  459. In 2004, he received The Foreign Minister's Award for introducing Japanese culture by exhibiting noh costumes in Europe and the US.
  460. In 2004, he released another period drama "Kakushi ken Oni no tsume" (The Hidden Blade) based on a Fujisawa novel, which won the Best Film Award at the 7th Zimbabwe International Film Festival.
  461. In 2004, however, a Tomo-cho born, pro-development mayor of the city won the election and unfroze the plan to be realized, and the citizens are now being forced to choose between conservation of the scenic beauty or development.
  462. In 2004, however, pictures taken between 2002 and 2003 revealed a significant loss and change of colors on the mural paintings caused by the entry of rain water and the growth of fungi, etc.
  463. In 2004, in the NHK Historical drama 'Shinsengumi!!' written by Koki Mitani, when Masato SAKAI, who was not very well known at that time, was hired to play the Keisuke SANNAN role, both Sakai and Sannan exploded in popularity.
  464. In 2004, it was also chosen by the Japan Society of Civil Engineers as a Public Works Heritage site.
  465. In 2004, more than 200 applications were received from overseas.
  466. In 2004, sacred sites and pilgrimage routes in the Kii mountain range were registered as a World Heritage site by UNESCO.
  467. In 2004, the Archaeological Institute of Kashihara, Nara Prefecture, excavated the Asuka-kyo Ruins and found remains of a large high-floored building.
  468. In 2004, the Japan Consumer Information center sent out an alert that the oil could cause a styrofoam bowl of a instant noodle to dissolve.
  469. In 2004, the cremains of Hougetsu, which had been buried separately in a historic site and Joko-ji Temple, both in Toshima Ward, were returned to his hometown, Kanagi-cho (today Hamada City), Shimane Prefecture.
  470. In 2004, the value of shipments of household curry roux products in Japan was approximately 67.6 trillion yen.
  471. In 2005
  472. In 2005 directed and starred in "Atsushi Sangetsuki Meijinden" (The life of a master of the memoirs of the moon over the mountain).
  473. In 2005 it changed the venue to the Wahha Hall where it continues to this day although a performance is given only once a month.
  474. In 2005 it integrated the Keihoku Town, Kitakuwada County, in what was called 'the great merger of municipalities in the Heisei era.'
  475. In 2005 it was announced that one of the wooden tablets unearthed from the Kurumidate site in 1967 is inscribed with the words 'Getsuryo-kyushutsubutsu-meicho' (月料給出物名張), which basically means a monthly supply ledger.
  476. In 2005, "Operetta tanuki goten" (Princess Raccoon) was selected as one of the special entries to the Cannes International Film Festival.
  477. In 2005, 'Aomori Oden no Kai' (Aomori Oden Association) was established, and this Oden was entered in 'B-1 Grand Prix' (B-grade local food contest).
  478. In 2005, Gakkohojin Ritsumeikan established 'Academeia Ritsumei 21' in the Ritumeikan University Kinugasa Campus in association with the Chinese government.
  479. In 2005, Ganjiro NAKAMURA III succeeded to the name.
  480. In 2005, Hiyoshi-cho Town successfully recommended this lake to be included in 'Selected 100 Dam Lakes' by the Water Resources Environment Technology Center.
  481. In 2005, Keihoku Town was integrated into Ukyo Ward, Kyoto City, and forty-one Oaza were reorganized into 1,232 towns which were prefixed by the name of 'Keihoku.'
  482. In 2005, NHK show 'Shin Nichiyo Bijutsukan' televised a closeup report on Soejima as a calligrapher.
  483. In 2005, Radishbo-ya CO., LTD. sold Taiwanese eels as Japanese eels.
  484. In 2005, Ryukoku University got "AA-(double A minus)"(ranking 4 among 21 schools) from Rating & Investment Information,Inc.(R&I) for the financial index of the university corporation and has kept the same rank continuously for three years up to 2007.
  485. In 2005, a Kakejiku (hanging scroll) in water ink on which Okyo drew a portrait of Gyokudo (the fourth chief priest of the temple) was found in the temple, as were Okyo's letters.
  486. In 2005, a citizen of the United States of America won it in an auction held in London, and a curator of Nakagawa-machi Bato Hiroshige Museum of Art in Tochigi Prefecture judged it as genuine.
  487. In 2005, a movie 'Karaoke' that modeled Inoue was released.
  488. In 2005, a project team in Azuchi-cho Town went to Rome in Italy in search of a painting on a folding screen, which is believed to be 'Painting depicting the Azuchi-jo Castle,' but in vain.
  489. In 2005, as part of the Kadokawa anthology, Kazunori HISHINUMA (a researcher at Japan's National Museum of Japanese History) published a book entitled "MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune's Battles and Strategies: the Legends and the Real Account;" in it, he advances the following theory.
  490. In 2005, compared to the imported amount in June, the amount in July almost doubled to 139 tons.
  491. In 2005, gofu no hangi (woodcut of talisman), which is believed to be made during the Ansei era (from 1854 to 1859), was found.
  492. In 2005, he appeared in the Exposition of Global Harmony 2005 Aichi, Japan.
  493. In 2005, he donated a 'tea-serving doll' to the British Museum in the UK.
  494. In 2005, he earned an Award of the Japan Art Academy (of 2004).
  495. In 2005, his home visit came true and the epitaph went on public exhibition at Aiserushura-hall.
  496. In 2005, it formed a sister orchestra ties with the Prague Symphony Orchestra.
  497. In 2005, it was opened on the first and second floors of the Sapporo main shop of Kinokuniya book store.
  498. In 2005, restoration and reconstruction of 'Futaba Goten' has completed.
  499. In 2005, some students at the Kyoto University of Art and Design established the 'Kyoto Tower Study Group (Tawaken)' as part of their graduation work.
  500. In 2005, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry designated REC as the site of "Network hub reinforcement project to support new businesses covering wide regions".
  501. In 2005, the derailment accident of a rapid train running between Tsukaguchi and Amagasaki, known as the JR Fukuchiyama Line Train Derailment Accident, occurred and caused many deaths and injuries.
  502. In 2005, the festival celebrated it's 450th anniversary.
  503. In 2005, the number of applications for the competition exceeded 400.
  504. In 2005, the sixtieth anniversary of the repatriation, several memorial events were held on and around November 7, which was the date the first repatriation ship arrived at the port.
  505. In 2005, to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the founding of K.K.D.R.UNIV. Cheerleader Union, Kyoto University Cheerleading Party and Kinki University Cheering Party, whose baseball teams join in the Kansai Big 6 Baseball League, was specially invited to this event.
  506. In 2005:
  507. In 2006
  508. In 2006 Ganjiro NAKAMURA IV succeeded Tojuro SAKATA, which is a legendary name in Kamigata, as yondaime (IV), and talk including revival performances of old program increased.
  509. In 2006 Imperial Prince Hisahito was born in the Akishinonomiya family, in other Miyake, there was no male Imperial member born to succeed the family, or to establish new Miyake, except Takamadonomiya Imperial Prince Norihito who was born in 1954.
  510. In 2006 and 2007, the income and expenditure reports of the J. League clubs revealed that their incomes depended on the ad rate on a very large scale, so that it can be said that in the present situation the clubs are able to retain highly-paid players with financial support by each sponsor company.
  511. In 2006, "Mizue kai," a dance performance by geisha, which was not performed due to the Kabu-renjo Theater undergoing renovations was revived for the first time in thirty one years.
  512. In 2006, 'Tarako, tarako, tarako' was released as a commercial song for a processed food using tarako.
  513. In 2006, Oshima appeared in the film, "What is a film director?" that deals with film copyright problems and his strong presence is shown in the ending scene.
  514. In 2006, School of Engineering and Design, and School of Textile Science were united into School of Science and Technology.
  515. In 2006, Yamada, who was a member of sumo's Yokozuna Deliberation Committee, became an honorary advisor to Tokyo University Sumo Club, which he used to belong to, in order to 'hopefully solve the shortage of club members.'
  516. In 2006, Yoshida won the award for the Best Exhibition Plan in the '2006 Student Exhibition Plan Competition of the Composite Art Center of Osaka Seikei University, Faculty of Art and Design,' and also held a solo art exhibition.
  517. In 2006, a portrait was discovered in the temple storeroom of the Myoshin-ji Temple school of the Rinzai sect.
  518. In 2006, a single CD of a band called GTP's "Frozen mikan" had success mainly in Shizuoka Prefecture and along with CD sales, actual frozen mikan's sales increased.
  519. In 2006, all the craftsmen and employees became independent from Ichizawa Hanpu Co., Ltd (Ichizawa Hanpu Store) and established a new company.
  520. In 2006, at the Seijin-shiki ceremony held in Morioka City, several new adults raged, and got into a shoving match with The Great Sasuke, (then) prefectural assembly member of Iwate Prefecture.
  521. In 2006, he attended the Inter Action Council as an observer and presented his recommendation to the leaders of religion and former heads of government over the world.
  522. In 2006, he played Hidetada TOKUGAWA in an NHK period drama entitled "Komyo ga Tsuji" (Crossroads of the Achievement).
  523. In 2006, he received the Award of the Japan Art Academy.
  524. In 2006, he received the Grand Prize (personal award) of Arts Festival by the Japanese Agency for Cultural Affairs.
  525. In 2006, however, he remade his own work "The Inugami family" (the film in 1976) directed 30 years ago, without slowing his spirit of challenge despite his age.
  526. In 2006, it became a consolidated subsidiary of Zensho Co., Ltd.
  527. In 2006, it concluded an academic exchange contract with Ritsumeikan University.
  528. In 2006, it was renamed to the Department of Intelligent Information Engineering and Sciences.
  529. In 2006, it was valid for one day during the period of April 29 to July 2, 2006.
  530. In 2006, mokkan (a narrow strip of wood on which an official message is written), from approximately the mid seventh century, believed to be the oldest of its kind which was written in Manyo-gana (a form of syllabary used in the Manyoshu [Collection of Myriad Leaves]) was excavated.
  531. In 2006, the Chief Jabir died after a long period of battling disease, and although the Crown Prince Saad became chief, he was also elderly and sick and was not in any condition to conduct the duties as chief.
  532. In 2006, the amount of eels from Taiwan increased because of stricter inspection as well as China holding back on exports.
  533. In 2006, the former Nijo Station building (gallery) and the semicircular garage, along with the preserved steam locomotives as well as inspection and maintenance equipment, etc. were designated as Railway Memorial Objects and Railway Semi-memorial Objects by JR West Japan.
  534. In 2006, the guard house for the Setaguchi main gate which was moved to private property was demolished.
  535. In 2006, the princess accompanied her father Imperial Prince Akishinonomiya Fumihito when he visited Mie Prefecture and she observed and participated in 'Okihikigyoji' (the event to carry the lumber into the reconstruction site), one of the events in Jingu Shikinen Sengu (the event to reconstruct a shrine building every 20 years) of Ise Shrine.
  536. In 2006, the second daughter of the 12th Sotetsu NAKAMURA succeeded the name of Sotetsu to become the 13th Sotetsu.
  537. In 2006, they were formed around the All Nippon Kyudo Federation as an international organization for Kyudo, but as of 2008 no real activity is taking place.
  538. In 2006, they were sentenced to apportion actual articles among the family members based on estimated values of these articles at the Supreme Court.
  539. In 2006, to commemorate its fiftieth anniversary, Kyoto Symphony Orchestra gave a commemorative "Birthday Concert"(June 18) at the Pontocho Kaburenjo Theater.
  540. In 2006, two exhibitions devoted solely to his work were held, the "Beautiful Thing - Utsukushii koto" exhibition (at Space B in Kyoto) and the "Dark Lake - Kuroi Mizuumi" exhibition (at CASPER's Gallery in Tokyo).
  541. In 2006:
  542. In 2007
  543. In 2007 Atsuko TOYAMA (former Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology) assumed Chairperson.
  544. In 2007 Kakashi KATSURA assumed the grand household name of Utanosuke KATSURA (III), which was also his master's name, and in 2008 Kobeicho KATSURA (III) inherited the name of Yonedanji KATSURA V for the first time in fifty years.
  545. In 2007 assumed the Artistic Director of Setagaya Public Theater (the second term).
  546. In 2007 it was selected as one of Japan's top 100 geological features (Chishitsu Hyakusen).
  547. In 2007 on the 400th anniversary of Hikone-jo Castle Seiichi FUNAHASHI Literature Prize focused on novels was established.
  548. In 2007, "The Invitation from Cinema Orion" was screened.
  549. In 2007, 18 percent of the total land area of China, approx. 1.74 million square km, was desert.
  550. In 2007, Hiroshi INODA assumed the position of chairman, and Masayasu FUJIWARA assumed the position of president.
  551. In 2007, JR West and other railways urgently recommended following the transfer route: Kyoto Station→Tofukuji Station→(Keihan) Shichijo, Gojo, Shijo Stations to avoid the congestion of Kyoto's Higashiyama district.
  552. In 2007, Nariai-ji Temple went independent from the Koyasan Shingon Sect to become a nonsectarian Shingon Sect temple.
  553. In 2007, a special screening session of his films was held in Germany, in addition to the reputation gained in the Unites States (it is said that John MILIUS, a film director, among others is an enthusiast of his films), his films have began to be appraised in Europe, as well.
  554. In 2007, an exhibition was held at the Jotenkaku Museum at Shokoku-ji Temple, which is associated with Jakuchu ITO.
  555. In 2007, an organization called 'Shizuoka Oden no Kai' entered Shizoka Oden at a food festival known as the 'B-1 Grand Prix,' and it came third in the competition.
  556. In 2007, being afraid that European eels would become extinct, the European Union announced its policy of regulating the export of glass eels.
  557. In 2007, eel sales fell sharply in Japan because consumers were concerned about the safety of eel imported from China.
  558. In 2007, for example, the saku fell in Japan and China a day later on February 18 before dawn (Japan local time) but it fell in Vietnam on February 17.
  559. In 2007, for the purpose of improving name recognition of Bandai soba and regional vitalization, 'The thirteenth Japanese Soba Exhibition in Aizu-Bandai' was held in Bandai-machi.
  560. In 2007, graduated from Gakushuin Girls' Junior High School.
  561. In 2007, he debuted as a leading actor at the age of 95 in "Riku ni Agatta Gunkan" (A Warship That Came Ashore) (directed by Yasuhiro YAMAMOTO), which is a screenplay based on his own experiences in the war.
  562. In 2007, he formed 'Sansei-kai Party' together with Yasutaro and Noritaka YAMAMOTO, who are Kyogen Okura-ryu kyogenkata (comic actors of the Okura school), and Manabu TAKEICHI, who is Fujita-ryu Fuekata (a person who plays the flute learned in the Fujita school), and played "Mochizuki" for the first time.
  563. In 2007, he received the Minister of Education Award for Fine Arts.
  564. In 2007, he received the Order of the Rising Sun.
  565. In 2007, he was certified as the holder of Important Intangible Cultural Property (Living National Treasure).
  566. In 2007, his work was selected for 'Selected Artists in Kyoto -2007 New Wave-' and put on official display.
  567. In 2007, it was decided Yamada's "Shiawase no kiiroi hankachi" (The Yellow Handkerchief) would be remade in Hollywood.
  568. In 2007, one of its bus lines was found to be in service without an approval of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism.
  569. In 2007, the Reigning Emperor attended the 'Shochiku O-Kabuki' (a series of Kabuki performances) event held at the International House of Japan.
  570. In 2007, the Ueno Kanei-ji Temple held a magnificent ceremony, three hundreds year Buddhist Mass on May 22, the day of Ryoo's death anniversary.
  571. In 2007, the cleaning topography containing the 104th tumulus was surveyed by Sakae Town Board of Education.
  572. In 2007, the club also hosted a home game in Technoport Fukui Stadium.
  573. In 2007, the control of about a half of the site of the Nasu Goyotei, which was the 570-hectare site, was transferred from Imperial Household Agency to Ministry of the Environment.
  574. In 2007, the latest version 'Hanafubuki New' was released.
  575. In 2007, the measures were not taken: instead only a left turn into Gojo-zaka was prohibited at Gojo-ohashi Higashizume during weekends and holidays in peak sightseeing season.
  576. In 2007, the sales volume of karashi-mentaiko for processing use exceeded that of souvenir use.
  577. In 2007, the tenth festival was held (November 23 to 30).
  578. In 2007, while the park was closed for the winter, Ultra Twister and Sky Loop were dismantled.
  579. In 2007, with 'Uwajima' added to the beginning of the name of the area, 'Uwajima Tai Meshi' was selected as one of 'the hundred best local dishes' organized by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries.
  580. In 2007:
  581. In 2008
  582. In 2008 Kamigamo Elementary School was designated as a school of promoting the use of helmets while cycling by the Traffic Safety Association.
  583. In 2008 Nanba Grand Kagetsu began to hold a regular program where only rakugo storytellers appeared.
  584. In 2008 appeared as Emperor Showa (Hirohito) in the TBS TV "Ano Senso wa Nan Datta no ka, Nichibei Kaisen to Tojo Hideki" (What was that war? Outbreak of the war between Japan and the United States, and Hideki TOJO).
  585. In 2008 five sculptures of deities were unearthed from the site of a shrine in nearby Shiotsuhama ruins.
  586. In 2008 of the Gregorian calendar, there were two Islamic new years.
  587. In 2008 she started her solo public services by herself.
  588. In 2008 starred in the NHK drama "Kurama Tengu" (an imaginary hero in Japanese period dramas and novels. He wore a mask of tengu, a long-nosed goblin, which was believed to live in Mt. Kurama) (novel), appearing as Kurama Tengu.
  589. In 2008 the Imperial Household Agency for the first time permitted the request of 16 academic societies and associations fronted by the Japanese Archaeological Association to enter the mausoleum for research, which was conducted on February 22 of the same year by 16 people.
  590. In 2008 was recognized as a 'living national treasure.'
  591. In 2008, "School Days With a Pig" was screened, and Tetsu MAEDA was invited (October 12).
  592. In 2008, 2,864 members of Kinden school broke its own Guinness record for largest group performance of taishogoto (record before that was 1,034 players).
  593. In 2008, 368 printing woodblocks of the UTAGAWA school including Kuniyoshi's were found in the storehouse of a farmer in Toyama Prefecture, and the National Museum of Japanese History which bought these woodblocks exhibited them to the public in 2009.
  594. In 2008, 50 members of the South Korean National Diet submitted a resolution calling for a referendum over whether Tsushima should be returned to Korean sovereignty, and 50% of South Korean people supported the proposal.
  595. In 2008, Mizkan launched products packed in an improved type of foamed polystyrene.
  596. In 2008, The Coca-Cola Company tied up with a major coffee roaster in Italy, Illycaffe and sold canned coffee, "Illy issimo" in 10 European countries including Austria, Croatia and Greece.
  597. In 2008, Yamada became the second film director, following Yasujiro OZU, to be appointed to the Japan Art Academy.
  598. In 2008, Yoshida launched two more solo exhibitions, one entitled "Night Trace - Yoru no ato," that was held at the Shinjuku branch of the Takashimaya Department Store, and one entitled "Distant Promise - Toi yakusoku" in Harbour City (Hong Kong).
  599. In 2008, a diner that mainly serves tamago kake gohan opened in Misaki-cho, Okayama Prefecture.
  600. In 2008, approximately 2,690,000 people visited it for Hatsumode (New Year's visit to a shrine or a temple) during the first three days of the New Year - the most of any temple or shrine in the Kansai region.
  601. In 2008, due to the recession, the number of people who brought their own bento increased in an effort to cut corners.
  602. In 2008, excavation was carried out before remodeling the buildings of Nara University of Education, and ruins of a large structure which seems to be the Kon-do (golden hall) of Shinyakushi-ji Temple were discovered on the grounds.
  603. In 2008, experimental films were featured (November 8 and 9).
  604. In 2008, four pieces of upper side-draperies with patterns of "Shishinzu" (literally, pictures of four Gods) on red thick woolen cloths were newly restored.
  605. In 2008, he received Shiju-hosho (the Medal with Purple Ribbon).
  606. In 2008, he rewrote his own screenplay for a theatrical version of "I'd Rather Be a Shellfish" starring Masahiro NAKAI.
  607. In 2008, her first son Kazuhide was born.
  608. In 2008, his work was selected for 'The Eleventh Taro Okamoto Award for Contemporary Art' and put on official display.
  609. In 2008, its repository, in which cultural properties were placed, was nearly burned down in a fire.
  610. In 2008, she stayed with a family in Austria for two weeks.
  611. In 2008, she was nominated the Vice-Chairperson of the Women's Committee of the New Komeito Party and served as a special adviser of the party headquarters in Kyoto Prefecture.
  612. In 2008, sojodome (the contents of petitions collected by close associate) was found from the documents of the head of the Tokugawa family in the survey conducted by the Tokugawa Memorial Foundation and is attracting attentions as an important material.
  613. In 2008, the eleventh festival was held (November 22 to 28).
  614. In 2008, the hondo (main hall) was reconstructed.
  615. In 2008, the market size of canned coffee took an upward turn thanks to the above-mentioned increase the demand for low-sugar, trace-sugar and sugar-free canned coffee and made an 1.5% increase compared with 2007.
  616. In 2008, the remains of a large Heian period corridor-like structure were discovered and the possibility emerged that it could have once been the Ishikawa District office building.
  617. In 2008, triggered by the privatization of the postal system, new items such as carbon-offset New Year's postcards and New Year's postcards with cartoon characters were released.
  618. In 2008, upon request of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko the imperial family visited the Nasu Goyotei for the first time in autumn: October 24-27.
  619. In 2008, various events called "The Millennium of 'The Tale of Genji'" were scheduled to be held, centering on Kyoto City.
  620. In 2008, which was the 400th anniversary of the death of Mokujiki Ogo, a special exposition was convened at the Wakayama prefectural museum.
  621. In 2008, with the extension of the subway line to Uzumasa-tenjingawa Station and the opening of Randen-Tenjingawa Station by the Keifuku Electric Railroad Co., Ltd., 'Kyoto Subway and Randen One-day Ticket' and 'Kyoto-Ranzan and Biwako-Otsu One-day Ticket' became available for purchase on March 28, 2008.
  622. In 2008:
  623. In 2009 grand household or famous names which have been long in disuse were expected to be assumed: Haruna KATSURA will be rechristened Shuncho KATSURA III, Kotsuru SHOFUKUTEI Shikaku SHOFUKUTEI, and Tsukushi KATSURA Bunzo KATSURA V.
  624. In 2009, 'Keio Gijuku 150th Anniversary "Mirai wo hiraku - Fukuzawa Yukichi ten" was held at Tokyo National Museum, Fukuoka Art Museum, and Osaka Municipal Museum of Art.
  625. In 2009, he succeeded to Gensho UMEWAKA, the second.
  626. In 2009, some new remains of the buildings were found, which would be evidences of Makimuku Remains as a developed, civilized urban community surrounded and protected by fences and fortifications.
  627. In 2009, the operation of Kyoto Symphony Orchestra was transferred from the Culture and Citizens Affairs Bureau of Kyoto Prefecture to an extra-departmental organization, Kyoto City music art cultural Promoting Foundation.
  628. In 201 during the reign of Jingu Empress, Kagosaka Prince and Oshikuma Prince started a revolt against her.
  629. In 2010 onwards Tomaru KATSURA will succeed to Shiodai KATSURA IV and Kogoro KATSURA to Nanten KATSURA II.
  630. In 2020, it is expected that the Respect for the Aged Day will fall on September 21 and the Autumnal Equinox Day will fall on September 22 (according to the astronomical calculations).
  631. In 2032, September 21 will fall on a national holiday because the Respect for the Aged Day will fall on September 20 and the Autumnal Equinox Day will fall on September 22.
  632. In 204, there was an investiture of the Crown Prince.
  633. In 239, Ching has made this mirror. Here is my history. I used to live in Yangzhou of Wu in China as a mirror maker but now I am in exile living in the end of the land. (After this sentence it is hard to comprehend because of the partly corrupted characters) May your life be long like a golden stone and may your flesh and blood be prosperous.''
  634. In 240, Ching has made this mirror. Here is my history. I used to live in Yangzhou of Wu in China as a mirror maker but now I am in exile living in the end of the land. May your life be long like a golden stone and may your flesh and blood be prosperous.'
  635. In 240, Governor-General Gong Zun of Daifang Commandery dispatched Ti Zhun, a commandant of the Imperial Guard, with the imperial rescript and ribbon seal to Wa, conferring upon Himiko the title of the ruler of Wa (Japan), along with other gifts.
  636. In 244, the queen sent envoys, such as Commissioner Iseri and Ekiyaku, to Wei again and gave the Emperor slaves and textile product as presents.
  637. In 246, Emperor (King of Qi) gave Nashime a yellow streamer via Daifang Commandery.
  638. In 248, Queen Himiko sent an envoy, Sashiuetsu, to Governor-General Wang Qi to inform him of the war against the state of Kuna.
  639. In 262, Sotsuhiko was dispatched to defeat the Shilla Kingdom.
  640. In 268, during the Western Jin Dynasty, the Taishi Ritsuryo was established and is considered to be the first Ritsuryo code in history.
  641. In 270, he acceded to the throne at the age of 71 and passed away in 310 at the age of 111.
  642. In 283, Yutsuki no kimi of Kudara told the Emperor Homuda (Emperor Ojin) that although he would like to take the people of Paekche and to nationalize themselves including himself, he could not cross the sea from Kaya due to disturbances by Silla.
  643. In 309, Prince Uji no Wakiiratsuko became the Crown Prince.
  644. In 367, when a rebellion of Ezo arose, KAMITSUKENO no Tamichi was dispatched to suppress it, but was killed in action at the floodgate at Ishi, (which is a legend).
  645. In 375, Shomin-ji (肖門寺) Temple, Ifutsuran-ji Temple, and others were built.
  646. In 391, in 399 (Gwanggaeto Stele)
  647. In 392 King Ashin (阿シン) declared an order to believe Buddhism within the country.
  648. In 399, he besieged the Emperor's palace, and tried to kill the Emperor for fear of being found out about pretending to be the Emperor and raping Kurohime who was the fiance of his older brother, Emperor Richu.
  649. In 4 areas set aside for tea ceremonies, Hideyoshi and 3 preeminent contemporary masters of the tea ceremony (Sen no Rikyu, Sogyu TSUDA and Sokyu IMAI) were in attendance.
  650. In 40 volumes.
  651. In 400-meter preliminary race, Mishima got the right to compete in semifinal partly because an American athlete Ralph Craig who won gold medals in 100 and 200-meter sprint abstained expressing modesty toward other athletes.
  652. In 401, Emperor Richu ordered Soga no machi, MONONOBE no Ikofutsu, HEGURI no Tsuku and KATSURAGI no Tsubura no o-omi to participate in governmental affairs.
  653. In 401, he became an administration officer along with HEGURI no Tsuku no Sukune and KATSURAGI no Tsubura.
  654. In 401, he took part in the national politics.
  655. In 405, Emperor Richu passed away, and in February, 406, he acceded to the throne.
  656. In 436, Sai died and his younger brother Chin acceded to the throne.
  657. In 443, on the other hand, independently from Yong Zhou, 'east Yong Zhou' was established in the south of Shanxi Province, but it was abolished in 480.
  658. In 454, Emperor Anko, who believed the slanderous report by Ne no Omi, executed Okusaka no Miko who was a son of Emperor Nintoku, and the next year Emperor Anko took Nakashihime, the ex-wife of Okusaka no Miko, as his empress consort.
  659. In 456, when Prince Mayowa killed the Emperor Anko, Tsubura sheltered Prince Sakai no Kurohiko in his residence, who was also suspected when Prince Mayowa was suspected.
  660. In 456, when his father was killed by Emperor Yuryaku, Oke no miko (which was written as "弘計王" in Japanese) escaped with his elder brother, Oke no miko (which was written as "億計王" in Japanese, who was the future Emperor Ninken,) and went into hiding.
  661. In 458, Emperor Yuryaku ordered Kumebe (a guard) to execute ISHIKAWA no Tate due to committing misconduct with IKETSU no Hime of Baekje.
  662. In 460, when Emperor Yuryaku went deer hunting in Mt. Katsuragi in Yamato Province, he saw a group of people walking along the ridge of the mountain in front of him.
  663. In 465, he crossed the sea and headed to Korean Peninsula with SOGA no Karako, OTOMO no Katari, and OKAHI no Kusune in order to conquer Silla, but they struggled to defeat those remnants of Shilla soldiers; in the end, OTOMO no Katari died in the battle, while KI no Oyumi died of an illness.
  664. In 478, the Emperor designated the Prince Shiraka (later the Emperor Seinei) as the Crown Prince.
  665. In 479, after the death of Emperor Yuryaku, Muroya was charged with the future affairs and suppressed HOSHIKAWA no Miko insurrection with Yamatonoaya no Tsuka.
  666. In 481, at a banquet, the younger prince revealed that they were members of the imperial family.
  667. In 481, he introduced Emperor's bemin sei (the system of Yamato Dynasty) to the various regions; assigned shirakabe toneri (a serf), kashiwade (a cook), yugei (a guard) as replacement for shinabe, buqu, kakibe, koshiro, nashiro, minashiro.
  668. In 482, Emperor Seinei welcomed the two brothers into the imperial court and designated the older Oke no Mikoto ("億計王") as Crown Prince and the younger Oke no Mikoto ("弘計王") as an imperial prince, respectively.
  669. In 482, the brother princes Oke (億計) and Oke (弘計) were welcomed into the imperial court; later, the youngest brother, Prince Oke ascended to the throne (the Emperor Kenzo) in 485'
  670. In 487 of Northern Wei, the west of Yong Zhou was further separated to Qi Zhou.
  671. In 498, after the death of Emperor Ninken, he defeated HEGURI no Matori and his son, HEGRUI no Shibi, let Emperor Buretsu ascend the throne and took the position of Omuraji (hereditary title).
  672. In 520, Daruma crossed the sea and went to China to proselytize his beliefs.
  673. In 527 he was ordered to take up a new post in Mimana (the Japanese name for the Gara Confederacy of ancient Korea) and given the task of recapturing several provinces, including Arishihinokara and Tokukoton, that had been seized by the kingdom of Silla.
  674. In 527, when the Iwai War occurred, he assigned MONONOBE no Arakahi as Shogun to put down the enemies.
  675. In 530, when he was again summoned back to Japan, Kenu complied, but he died of illness in Tsushima while still on his way back.
  676. In 531, he abdicated in favor of Magari no Ooe Prince (Emperor Ankan) (the first abdication in recorded Japanese history), and passed away on the day of the Prince's enthronement.
  677. In 531, the necklace the daughter of IOKIBE no Kikoyu gave to KASUGA no YAMADA no Himemiko turned out to be the one she had stolen from Okoshi.
  678. In 536 Yamato Dynasty established a government office called 'To no mikado' (government office located far from the capital) near the Hakata port after the Iwai War (527-528).
  679. In 536, SOGA no Iname became Omi (a minister), which built the foundation of prosperity of SOGA clan which started from his son SOGA no Umako took over the position.
  680. In 538, King Seong of Baekje presented the dynasty with a Shaka Buddhist image and the Buddhist scriptures and commentaries, and Buddhism was officially introduced to Japan.
  681. In 539, he accused OTOMO no Kanamura of ceding the four areas of Mimane to Baekje, and made Kanamura retire from the political world.
  682. In 540, when Emperor Kinmei ascended the throne, Iname was again appointed as a minister and made his two daughters, SOGA no Kitashihime and (Soga no) Oane no kimi, marry the emperor.
  683. In 552 (in 538, according to another theory), when Buddhism was officially introduced into Japan, Buddha was recognized as banshin (a deity of a neighboring country) and equivalent to a Japanese deity.
  684. In 552 when Buddhism was allegedly introduced to Japan and Sho Myoo, the King of Baekje, sent Buddha statues and scriptures, Okoshi and NAKATOMI no Kamako insisted abolishment of Buddhism and they conflicted with SOGA no Iname, who was on the Buddhist side.
  685. In 552, an envoy of Shomyoo (the 26th King) of Kudara (Paekche, a country in early Korea) offered a Buddha statue and several volumes of "Kyoron" (Dharma teachings of Buddha and its commentaries) to the Emperor and praised the virtue of Buddhism (Official introduction of Buddhism).
  686. In 552, envoys of Shomyoo (the 26th King) of Paekche (Kingdom in early Korea) offered a Buddha statue and several volumes of "Kyoron" (Dharma teachings of Buddha and its commentaries) to Emperor Kinmei with a personal letter from Shomyoo to praise the virtue of Buddhism.
  687. In 552, the era of Emperor Kinmei, Buddhism (Mahayana Buddhism) was brought to Japan via the Korean peninsula as Chinese characters were, and Buddhist scriptures came to be copied.
  688. In 554, Baekje lost to Goguryeo and King Seong was killed and the whole Mimana was seized by Silla, which meant the fall of Mimana Nihon-fu in 562.
  689. In 554, the Prince Osada no Nunakura no Futotamashiki (Emperor Bidatsu) succeeded to the throne as the first prince of Kinmei, Yatatamakatsu no Oenomiko, already had passed away in 552.
  690. In 557 B.C., he was formally installed as Crown Prince, then he ascended the throne in August, 549 B.C. after the death of his father in the same year.
  691. In 562, though the Emperor Kinmei sent punitive forces to Silla, they were trapped and forced to withdraw.
  692. In 571, she became the wife of Prince NUNAKAKURA no Futomashiki (the thirtieth Emperor Bidatsu), her elder paternal half-brother.
  693. In 574, he was born as a son of Tachibana no Toyohi no Sumera Mikoto and Anahobe no Hashihito no Himemiko.
  694. In 576, upon the death of Empress Hirohime, she was named the empress and, on September 15, 585 when she was 35 years old, the Emperor Bidatsu passed away.
  695. In 580 BC, Kamuyaimimi-no-mikoto constructed a residence in Kasuga-no-agata (later Toichi-no-agata) where he erected a primitive shrine where he enshrined deities.
  696. In 581, prior to the unification of China, Yang Jian of the Sui Dynasty promulgated the highly systematic Kaihuang Ritsuryo, which is considered to have completed the Ritsuryo system.
  697. In 581, there was an invasion of Emishi/Ezo (northerners and northeasterners).
  698. In 584 (in the 13th year of Emperor Bidatsu's reign), following Zenshin-ni becoming a nun, Ezen-ni together with Zenzo-ni became nuns as her disciples.
  699. In 584 (the 13th year of Emperor Bidatsu's reign), Zenshin-ni became a disciple of the priest, Ebin, who came from Goguryeo across the sea, and she became a nun, being named Zenshin-ni.
  700. In 584, KAFUKA no Omi and SAEKI no Muraji came to Japan from Baekje, an ancient kingdom in Korea, bringing with them a stone statue and a statue of Buddha.
  701. In 585 B.C., Emperor Jimmu died at the age of 127.
  702. In 585, Ezen-ni was stripped of all of her clerical garments and whipped in front of people due to an anti-Buddhist movement by MONONOBE no Moriya.
  703. In 585, when Emperor Bidatsu died, his father Tachibana no Toyohi no Sumera Mikoto ascended the throne as Emperor Yomei.
  704. In 587, Emperor Yomei died.
  705. In 587, Moriya MONONOBE and Umako SOGA confronted each other regarding the Empress' faith in Buddhism.
  706. In 588 (in the 17th year of Emperor Bidatsu's reign), Ezen-ni sailed to Baekje on the Korean Peninsula to receive a formal religious precept, then came back to Japan in 590.
  707. In 588 (in the first year of the Emperor Sushun), Zenshin-ni went abroad to Baekje to study precepts of Buddhism, and returned on March, 590.
  708. In 588, Umako SOGA began to erect Hoko-ji Temple (Asuka-ji Temple) in Asuka.
  709. In 588, Umako sent a group of students, including Zenshin-ni, to Baekje for study.
  710. In 589, the Sui Dynasty unified China for the first time in about 270 years.
  711. In 591, Emperor Sushun dispatched an army of 20,000 men to Tsukushi in consultation with Umako in order to regain territory in Imna. He also sent an envoy to Silla.
  712. In 592, Emperor Sushun was assassinated by YAMATONOAYA no Koma, an assassin sent by Umako.
  713. In 592, Umako SOGA used Koma TOKAN to assassinate Emperor Sushun and established Suiko as empress.
  714. In 594, following the issue of an imperial decree promoting Buddhism, many powerful clans competed to build private temples (known as uji-dera) for the Emperor and their ancestors.
  715. In 594, he proclaimed Buddhism the state religion.
  716. In 595, a Koguryo monk Eji crossed over to Japan, and as a tutor of Shotoku Taishi, taught that Sui was a great country with an established government system and that it patronized Buddhism.
  717. In 595, he came to Japan to spread Buddhism.
  718. In 595, two monks, Eji from Goguryeo and Eso from Baekje, arrived in Japan and became naturalized.
  719. In 596, Umako built Asuka-dera Temple, a clan temple for the Soga clan.
  720. In 598, she became a wife of Prince Shotoku.
  721. In 5th century China, the eating of meat was completely prohibited, because it involved taking lives of animals, based on the commandment to abstain from meat-eating in apocryphal scripture of Mahayana Buddhism.
  722. In 600, Marise was appointed to Mimana Kyuen Shogun (general of support arms for Mimana), in fact, he didn't go to Mimana (Korea).
  723. In 600, he dispatched the army to conquer Silla and made them become a tribute-paying state to Japan.
  724. In 600, there is King of Wa, his family name is Ame, his nickname is Tarishihiko and his go (pen name) is Okimi.
  725. In 600, there was a king of Wa whose last name was Ame, azana (nickname) was Tarashihiko, and go (pseudonym) was Okimi.
  726. In 601, he constructed the Ikaruga no Miya palace.
  727. In 602, Kanroku arrived in Japan, bringing astronomy, rekihon (books related to the calendar or the almanac) and onmyodo (which is also called onyodo, referring to the way of Yin and Yang).
  728. In 602, Kanroku, a scholar monk, came to Japan from Baekje with calendar books and had the naturalized citizens' descendants study those books.
  729. In 602, OTOMO studied and mastered tenmon under Kanroku becoming the founder of the principles of tenmon in Japan (Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan) Volume 22).
  730. In 602, YAKO studied and mastered reki under Kanroku and becoming the founder of the principles of reki in Japan (Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan) Volume 22).
  731. In 602, YAMASHIRO studied and mastered tonko which was ninjutsu described in the book of military science as "art to seize good luck and to circumvent bad luck" under Kanroku and became the founder of the principles of tonko hojutsu in Japan (Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan) Volume 22).
  732. In 602, he raised an army to conquer Silla again.
  733. In 603, Empress Suiko moved to this palace.
  734. In 603, in Japan, Prince Shotoku established twelve court ranks to distinguish superior officials by twelve colors of their caps.
  735. In 603, it was transferred by Emperor Suiko.
  736. In 603, the former Baekje army that was working on the Baekje revival thought they would need a leader for the movement and requested Wakoku (Japan) to send back the Baekje Prince, Buyeo Pung (Hosho FUYO), who had been sent there as a hostage.
  737. In 604, Prince Shotoku established a system of twelve courtly ranks, promulgated the Seventeen-Article Constitution, strived to develop Buddhism and laid the foundation for an ideal national system with the emperor as the nation's center.
  738. In 605, he moved to the Ikaruga no Miya palace.
  739. In 607, ONO no Imoko was sent to Sui.
  740. In 607, Prince Shotoku sent Imoko ONO as an envoy to Sui (China) and sent a diplomatic message to the Sui emperor with the wording 'The Emperor in the Land of the Rising Sun sends a letter to the Emperor in the Land of Setting Sun.'
  741. In 607, he sent ONO no Imoko and KURATSUKURI no Fukuri to China to deliver a letter to the emperor of the Sui Dynasty.
  742. In 608, So MIN accompanied the first Kenzuishi ONO no Imoko and subsequently studied in Sui for 24 years mastering a wide range of studies including Buddhism, Confucianism, the principles of Inyo Gogyo, tenmon and eki.
  743. In 608, following ONO no Imoko who was a Japan's envoy to Sui dynasty China, he traveled to Sui China along with TAKAMUKO (alternatively, TAKAMUKU) no Kuromaro, MINABUCHI no Shoan and others.
  744. In 608, he accompanied ONO no Imoko, a Japanese envoy to the Sui dynasty of China to study as one of eight students and monks including TAKAMUKO no Kuromaro and Min who was a monk.
  745. In 612, Soga no Kitashihime (Princess) is also buried later in Hinokuma no saka Ai no Misasagi.
  746. In 612, he held a ceremony to bury Kitashihime in the grave of Emperor Kinmei.
  747. In 614, Mitasuki became one of the last Kenzuishi (Japanese envoys to Sui Dynasty China) as well as YATABE no Miyatsuko and went to Sui; in 615, they came home bringing the envoy of Baekje (or Paekche).
  748. In 614, when Shotoku Taishi was travelling about the place called Kataoka (hill of Kataoka), he found a starving man lying on the street.
  749. In 615 Prince Shotoku described "Hokke Gisho," a commentary of the Hokke-kyo sutra (see 'Sangyogisho').
  750. In 615, Eji returned to Goguryeo bearing the Buddhist scriptures Sankyogisho (Three sutras) (Hokekyo (Lotus sutra), Shomangyo (Srimala Sutra) and Yuimagyo (Vimalakirti Sutra)) written by Shotoku taishi.
  751. In 615, he went back to Goguryeo with Sankyogisho, commentaries for Buddhiest scriptures such as Hokkekyo Sutra, Shomangyo and Yuimagyo written by Prince Umayado.
  752. In 617, En RI overthrew the Sui Dynasty and established the Tang Dynasty.
  753. In 618, Sui Dynasty came to the end and Tang Dynasty began; in 630, Japanese Emperor Jomei decided to send the first envoy to Tang (the envoys have been called Kentoshi) by the advice of KUSUSHI no Enichi, and appointed Mitasuki as a member.
  754. In 619 B.C., he appointed a son of Empress Kamununataraisuzuhime, Prince Kamununakawamimi no mikoto as Crown Prince.
  755. In 620, Prince Shotoku and Umako compiled "Tennoki" (a Record of Emperors) and "a National Record "and donated them to the Empress but, two years later, the Prince passed away at the age of 49 and after 4 years, SOGA no Umako also died.
  756. In 620, Umako published Tenno Ki (Imperial History), Kokki (National History) and Omi Muraji Tomono Miyatsuko Kunino Miyatsuko Monoamariyaso tomo o Awasete Omitakara no Hongi (Records of Various Public Offices) with Prince Shotoku.
  757. In 620, Umayado no Miko discussed with Umako and compiled "Kokki" (a National Record), "Tennoki" (a Record of the Emperors), and the like.
  758. In 620, together with Umako SOGA, Prince Shotoku compiled 'Tennoki' (The Imperial Record), 'The National Record', and 'The Real Record of Omi (a title of the highest rank), Muraji (a title of the highest rank), Tomo no Miyatsuko (the chief of a professional clan), Kuni no Miyatsuko (a local chief), 180 professional groups and Emperor's People.'
  759. In 622, Umayado no Miko collapsed in the Ikaruga no Miya palace, and on April 10th, his wife Kashiwade no Hokikimi no Iratsume died while praying for the recovery of her husband, and on April 11th, Umayado no Miko died.
  760. In 622, she became ill at the same time that Prince Shotoku did, and she died on a day before Prince Shotoku died (on February 21, according to old lunar calendar).
  761. In 623, Umako sent an army of several tens of thousands of men led by the Grand Commander, SAKAIBE no Omaro, to Silla in order to levy a tribute to the emperor.
  762. In 624, Kanroku was appointed first-ever Sojo (high ranking Buddhist priest) in Japan.
  763. In 624, Tang established a new ritsuryo code based on the ritsuryo code in the previous dynasty of Sui.
  764. In 624, minister SOGA no Umako demanded the cession of Katsuragi Prefecture (a local ruling family in the Yamato Katsuragi area in Yamato Imperial dynasty) from Emperor Suiko, and Uchimaro and AZUMI no Muraji were sent to report to the Emperor.
  765. In 625, the king of Goguryeo sent Ekan to Japan and he spread the teachings of Sanron Sect and had the imperial order to live in the Ganko-ji Temple.
  766. In 630 B.C., he made a tour and climbed the top of 腋上の丘, then he named that place Akitsushima, because the place resembled Akitsu no toname (tail of a mayfly).
  767. In 631, Japan sent an envoy to China to present a gift.
  768. In 631, Wakoku deployed an envoy to pay tributes to the King of Tang, but Taiso (Tang tai zong, the second Emperor of Tang) said to the office in charge that as Wakoku is located far from there, it does not need to pay tributes every year'.
  769. In 631, during the reign of Taiso, Japan sent an envoy to China to pay a tribute.
  770. In 636, he provided the following idea about government officials working system to a minister SOGA no Iruka, but Iruka ignored it.
  771. In 637, the Emishi revolted against the Yamato Court and refused to pay tribute, and the Yamato Court dispatched KAMITSUKENO no Katana to the place (around present-day Gunma Prefecture).
  772. In 637, the Emishi/Ezo (northerners/northeasterners) refused to pay a visit to the Imperial palace and raised a rebellion, which was successfully suppressed thanks to the quick-witted wife of KAMITSUKENU no Katana.
  773. In 638, the Kondo was constructed by the direction of a priest called Fukuryo, and Miroku-butsu (Miroku Buddha) was enshrined as its principal image.
  774. In 640, aged one.
  775. In 641, at the age of 29, he visited Doshaku in Taiyuan and became his disciple.
  776. In 641, he passed away at the age of 80 at Haguro.
  777. In 642, KOSE no Tokuta gave the shinobigoto (speech given to the spirit of the departed about his/her merit) on behalf of Prince Oha at the imperial funeral for Empress Kogyoku.
  778. In 643, Empress Kogyoku ascended the throne, and in 645, the Taika Reforms began.
  779. In 643, SOGA no Iruka ruined the Jogu royal family including Prince Yamashiro no Oe who had a blood relationship with Prince Shotoku.
  780. In 644, when the Prince NAKA no Oe (who later became the Emperor Tenchi) got engaged to the daughter of SOGA no Ishikawamaro, the elder brother of Himuka, he snatched her on the night.
  781. In 645 during the reign of Emperor Kogyoku, SOGA no Emishi killed himself in the Isshi Incident, which was the end of the prosperity of the Soga clan.
  782. In 645, Doto was nominated as one of the ten preceptors, along with Somin and others.
  783. In 645, Prince Naka no Oe (later, Emperor Tenji) and Kamako NAKATOMI (later, Kamatari FUJIWARA) assassinated Iruka SOGA at the Imperial Court, drove Emishi SOGA to suicide and annihilated the Soga clan, in what is known as the The Isshi Incident, or Incident of 645.
  784. In 645, after the Taika Reforms, Emperor Kotoku relocated the capital city to Naniwa (Naniwa no Nagara no Toyosaki no Miya Palace) whereby the earthfast and thatched-roof palace was completed in 652.
  785. In 645, he conspired with Naka no Oe no Oji and Ishikawamaro and assassinated SOGA no Iruka, who was in power at that time, at Asuka no Itabuki no Miya Palace; Iruka's father, SOGA no Emishi, was driven to commit suicide (Isshi Incident).
  786. In 645, however, the head family of the Soga clan of Soga no Emishi, the father and his son, SOGA no Iruka was destroyed in Isshi-no-hen (the Murder in the Year of Isshi).
  787. In 645, messengers from Three Kingdoms of Korea (Silla, Baekje and Goguryeo) came to Japan to deliver some gifts (called Sangoku no Shirabe).
  788. In 645, the first year of the era of Taika, SOGA no Iruka was assassinated by Emperor Tenchi and FUJIWARA no Kamatari; Iruka's father, Emishi, committed suicide and the Soga clan was destroyed (this incident is known as 'Isshi no hen' or otherwise known as 'The Murder in the Year of Isshi').
  789. In 645, when Emperor Tenchi conspired with FUJIWARA no Kamatari to kill Iruka (the Murder in the Year of Isshi), he read out the memorial recieved from the Korean messenger to the Emperor as a signal of the assassination.
  790. In 645, when Iruka was killed in the emperor's presence, the Soga supporters gathers at Emishi's place, but the next day, he committed suicide by setting fire to his residence in the face of Iruka's corpse and Tennoki (a Record of the Emperors) and Kokki (National Record) were destroyed as well.
  791. In 646 (the period of Emperor Kotoku), he established 水依評 for the first time in Japan, and he was appointed to kori no kami (district chieftains) and 小智冠 was granted at the same time.
  792. In 646, Emperor Kotoku who was enthroned through Isshi Coup (the Murder in the Year of Isshi) that occurred in the previous year proclaimed an imperial edict called Kaishin no Mikotonori as his new administrative policy.
  793. In 646, a long Imperial edict was issued which is divided into four parts based on the contents, and the part stated at the top is "The Laws of Funerals".
  794. In 646, he was charged in connection with Kokushi (provincial governor), his superior officer, who led misgovernment.
  795. In 646, the Taika no kaishin no Mikotonori (Taika Reforms Edict) was issued for announcing political reform policies.
  796. In 647, the Nutari stockade was built.
  797. In 647, 小黒冠 was granted to him, and daiotsuge (the sixteenth grade of nineteen grades of cap rank, which corresponds to Juhachiinojo and Juhachiinoge, Junior Eighth Rank, Upper and Lower Grades of Taiho Ritsuryo, Taiho Code) was granted in 649.
  798. In 648, Ishikawamaro was driven to suicide because of a false charge, this also indicating a possibility that the political footing of the Taika regime was weak.
  799. In 648, Iwafune no Ki was located around today's Iwafune, Murakami City.
  800. In 648, Uchimaro performed a Buddhist memorial service by receiving four Buddha statues at Shitenno-ji Temple.
  801. In 648, the Iwafune stockade was built.
  802. In 649, Himuka made a false accusation about Ishikawamaro's conspiracy to murder the Prince NAKA no Oe and led a punitive force.
  803. In 649, Ishikawamaro committed suicide as described above, and as a result, the construction of Yamada-dera Temple was suspended.
  804. In 649, Uchimaro passed away.
  805. In 649, he was appointed as Daishi Udaijin (Senior Third Rank of Taiho Ritsuryo, Taiho Code and Minister of the Right).
  806. In 649, her father, SOGANOKURA-YAMADA no Ishikawamaro committed suicide since someone informed on his treason.
  807. In 649, it was revised to nineteen cap ranks.
  808. In 649, when Ishikawamaro was about to cause the rebellion, he was betrayed by his half brother SOGA no Himuka, and since troops were sent by Emperor Kotoku, he committed suicide in Yamada-dera Temple with his eldest son SOGA no Kogoshi, his wife and his children.
  809. In 650 when Kokushi (provincial governor) of Anato Province (later Nagato Province) presented Hakuchi (white pheasants) to the emperor, Doto in response to the inquiry of the emperor reported that the it was shozui (a good omen).
  810. In 650, the name of the era was changed to Hakuchi (white pheasants) and generally, this changing of the era name is considered as the end of the Taika Reforms.
  811. In 651, Wakoku (Japan) turned back the envoys from Silla, as it came to know that Silla, following the Tang dynasty, had changed its system to that of the Tang dynasty.
  812. In 651, the Minister of the Left Kose no Tokuda counseled Prince Naka no Oe (later to become Emperor Tenchi), who was the actual head of state at the time, to send a punitive force to Silla, but this plan was not adopted.
  813. In 653 Dosho (629 ? 700) went to the Tang dynasty in 653 and studied under Genjosanzo (602 ? 664) and after coming back to Japan he spread the results of the study in Asukahoko-ji Temple.
  814. In 653 he went to Tang as a member of Kento-shi (Japanese envoy to Tang Dynasty China) and learned the Dharmalogy of the Hosso Study under Genjo (Xuan Zang).
  815. In 653 ignoring the Emperor Kotoku's opposition, Katsuragi no Miko moved back to Asuka taking Kogyoku, Hashihito no Himemiko and many government officials with him.
  816. In 653, however, Emperor Tenji demanded the capital be returned to Wakyo (lit. the Japanese capital).
  817. In 654, Karu no miko (the Emperor Kotoku), who was also a grandnephew to her, met his demise.
  818. In 654, after the passing of Emperor Kotoku, Empress Saimei (a second accession of Empress Kogyoku) moved to Asuka Itabuki no Miya Palace.
  819. In 654, he went to Tang Dynasty China as a member of Kentoshi (Japanese envoy to Tang), and the next year he returned to Japan.
  820. In 655 after Emperor Kotoku passed away, she assumed the throne a second time (the first such occurrence in history).
  821. In 657 B.C., he conquered the whole country, 海内無事を以て詔し, enshrined Mioya no Amatsu Kami in Mt. Tomiyama.
  822. In 658, ABE no Hirafu attacked the Emishi with Suigun (warriors who battle in the sea) in a fleet of 180 boats.
  823. In 658, ABE no Hirafu led 180 navy ships to conquer the Emishi/Ezo (northerners and northeasterners).
  824. In 658, he tempted Prince Arima to start a rebellion, and then he reported the incident and caused Prince Arima to die.
  825. In 658, he was sentenced to banishment in the coup of Prince Arima.
  826. In 658, the Prince Arima, who was a great-grandnephew to her, was executed, and Takeru no miko, who was a great-grandchild to her, died young.
  827. In 658, together with Chitatsu he traveled to Tang China aboard a boat from Shilla (ancient Korea), receiving musho-shujo-gi (literally, musho means 'no self-nature,' shujo 'sentient beings,' and gi 'doctrine or system') by Xuanzang.
  828. In 658, troops of ABE no Hirafu went on an expedition to Ezo lands along the Sea of Japan, and accomplished it in the following year.
  829. In 658, when the Emperor was on a trip to Nanki-Shirahama-onsen Hot Spring, Akae became Rusukan (officer to guard while master's away) of the Capital.
  830. In 660, Baekje, the traditionally friendly country, was attacked by allied forces of Tang and Silla and was destroyed.
  831. In 660, Kudara (Baekje) was attacked by Shiragi (ancient Korean Kingdom) and Tang and fell.
  832. In 660, the Tang Dynasty mobilized their army as Silla requested their assistance, and in the same year Kudara was destroyed by the allied forces of Tang and Silla.
  833. In 661, Takara no miko (the Empress Saimei) who had twice acceded the throne passed away.
  834. In 661, in response to the request of the surviving retainers of Baekje, Naka no Oe no Oji decided to dispatch soldiers for rescue and together with Empress Saimei, he himself went to Chikushi, but Empress passed away at this place.
  835. In 661, she was born in a boat which was on the way toward Tsukushi, sailing in the sea of Oku with Emperor Tenchi and his party on board.
  836. In 662, Tang conferred honorific titles of "Kaifu Yitong Sansi (Supreme Minister), Jochukoku (an official rank given in recognition of one's services), King of Rakuro County, and King of Silla" on him.
  837. In 662, the expeditionary force for revival of Baekje was severely defeated and wiped out by the allied forces of Tang and Silla in Battle of Hakusukinoe.
  838. In 663
  839. In 663, Japan, supporting Paekche, was defeated the allied forces of Tang dynasty and Shilla in Korean Peninsula (the Battle of Hakusonko).
  840. In 663, Prince Naka no Oe dispatched troops to the Korean peninsula to help the Kingdom of Baekje (Kudara) rebuild the country, but the Japanese army was soundly defeated by the Silla -Tang allied forces in the battle of Hakusukinoe, at the mouth of Kum River.
  841. In 663, born in Nanootsu in the Kyushu region.
  842. In 664, Sakimori (soldiers garrisoned at strategic posts in Kyushu in ancient times) were garrisoned and fire beacon platforms were set up in Tsushima, Iki, and Tsukushi Provinces, and Mizuki (Water Fortress) was built to the west of Dazaifu.
  843. In 664, he appointed Muso KAKU who was a Toshi (Envoy to Tang Dynasty China) to Dazai-fu (local government office in Kyushu region).
  844. In 664, immediately after the defeat in the Battle of Hakusukinoe, she passed away without being able to see the official enthronement of her grandson, Katsuragi no Miko (who was later to become the Emperor Tenchi).
  845. In 664, it was divided into still smaller pieces and revised to twenty-six cap ranks.
  846. In 664, the Imperial Edict 'Kasshi no Sen' was issued.
  847. In 664, they built a castle in the province of Chikushi in Kyushu to defend Dazaifu (the political center in northern Kyushu at the time) and forts in Tsushima, Oki and Chikushi with sakimori (coastguards) stationed there.
  848. In 665, Ryutokuko, who was a Junior Fifth Ranking (Lower Grade) official of Gishu and the head of state of Shiba, came to Wakoku as an envoy to process post-war matters and left after three months.
  849. In 666 when Naka no Oe no Oji visited Komaro who was ill in bed, Naka no Oe no Oji praised Komaro's achievements, which made Komaro cry.
  850. In 666, they moved more than 2000 of the people of Baekje from Korea to the eastern provinces of Japan and promoted the construction of defense facilities.
  851. In 667, Emperor Tenchi transferred the capital from Naniwa to Otsu-kyo on the inland side, and completed construction of the defensive lines.
  852. In 667, a year after Omikyo-sento (Transferring of the national capital to Omi Kyo), the god of Omiwa shrine was transferred to Hiyoshi Taisha Shrine for the sake of protecting Otsu kyo (Shiga Prefecture).
  853. In 667, he became a Soshi (envoy to send travelers [envoys to China or Korea] back to their own country) for Hoso SHIBA who was a Toshi.
  854. In 667, the imperial palace in the capital was moved to Omikyu, a place easier to defend.
  855. In 668, Prince Naka no Oe ascended to the throne as Emperor Tenji.
  856. In 668, Silla attacked Chang'ancheng in Pyongyang together with Tang's troops, and they succeeded in destroying Goruyeo on September 21, 668.
  857. In 668, a monk named Dogyo from Silla (one of the three kingdoms of Korea) attempted to steal the sacred sword kept in Atsuta-jingu Shrine and bring it back to Silla.
  858. In 668, he became the local inspector of Ungjin Province and 熊津道安撫大使兼?江道総管.
  859. In 669, Emperor Tenchi dispatched KAWACHI no Kujira and others as a team of envoy to the Tang Dynasty.
  860. In 669, about seven hundred men and women, including Sahei Yojishin (Sahei is the highest officer in Baekje) and Sahei Shushi KISHITSU, were transplanted to Gamo District, Omi Province.
  861. In 669, when Emperor Tenchi visited Kamatari just before Kamatari's death, Kamatari said: 'I could not carry out my duty in the military while I was alive.'.
  862. In 670 the first national family registry, "Kogo-nenjaku," was introduced.
  863. In 670, Emperor Tenji created the nationwide family register system and promoted a national policy of surveying the condition of the people.
  864. In 670, he had new koseki (family registers; Kogo no Nenjaku) made and in 671, he enforced Omi-ryo (Omi Administrative Code), which was the first Ritsuryo code of law.
  865. In 671, four years after his father, Emperor Tenchi, was enthroned in 668, Prince Otomo became the Grand Minister and supported the government affairs.
  866. In 671, the Emperor appointed Otomo no Oji (Prince Otomo) Daijo-daijin (Grand Minister), SOGA no Akane and NAKATOMI no Kane as Sayu-daijin (Ministers of the Left and the Right) and three more including SOGA no Hatayasu as Gyoshi Taifu (Chiefs controlling the officials).
  867. In 672 at the Jinshin war, the Prince Osakabe went to Togoku (the eastern part of Japan, particularly Kanto region) from Yoshino following his father, the Emperor Tenmu.
  868. In 672, Kunimi played some important role supporting Oama no Miko in the Jinshin War.
  869. In 672, at the outbreak of Jinshin War, he accompanied his parents with other brothers including Prince Otsu.
  870. In 672, during the Jinshin War, Yamashina-dera Temple moved to Fujiwara-kyo (Fujiwara Palace, the ancient capital of Fujiwara) and was called Umayazaka-dera temple after the place Umayasaka, in Takaichi-gun.
  871. In 672, he fought on Prince Oama's side during the Jinshin War and defeated their enemies in Tarano.
  872. In 672, he fought on the side of Prince Oama (Emperor Tenmu) and contributed to the Oama forces' victory by demonstrating his valor in the Battle of Hashinohaka and the Battle of Nakatsu Mitchi Road.
  873. In 672,the year of Mizunoe-Saru (one of the Oriental Zodiac), the Imperial Court of Omi no miya which knew Prince Oama (Emperor Tenmu) had raised an army dispatched the envoys to many places and raised the army for its suppression.
  874. In 673, the following year, Prince Oama ascended the throne as Emperor Tenmu at the palace.
  875. In 673, those who transferred from Baekje were integrated into the official rank system of Silla by properly giving ranks according to their ranking in the official rank system of Baekje in order to maintain the consistency between the two systems.
  876. In 674, he reported that silver was yielded when he was in the position of Kokushi (a provincial governor) of Tsushima Province.
  877. In 674, he was appointed to the superintendent general for 鶏林道.
  878. In 674, he was dispatched to Isonokami-jingu Shrine, and made the weapons of shinpo (sacred treasure) polished with koyu oil (viscous oil).
  879. In 674, the shrine was given the name Hira myojin Shrine by Imperial order of Emperor Tenmu.
  880. In 675, Ahe no himemiko visited the Ise-jingu Shrine with Tochi no himemiko.
  881. In 675, he was banned from the Imperial Court.
  882. In 675, he was sent to Silla (ancient Korean kingdom) as an ambassador and the next year, he returned to Japan.
  883. In 675, he was thrown out of the imperial court, and soon after that, deprived of his official court rank.
  884. In 676, he opened the door of becoming government officials to people from outside Kinai Province, and appointed them in the position of Hyoe (palace guard) from the beginning.
  885. In 678, Tang appointed him to be the General of the Left Guard of Tang, recognizing his resourcefulness and abilities to lead troops, and had him join the conquest of Toban.
  886. In 678, he additionally assigned another vice minister to both the right and left ministries of order, and in the same year, he established the Ministry of Vessels by separating vessel management operations from the control by the Ministry of Military with the minister assigned.
  887. In 678, he also set up the promotion system related to service evaluation and rank promotion of government officials.
  888. In 679
  889. In 679 at Yoshino no miya, he joined the Oath in Yoshino vowing never to cause such calamitous war, the Jinshin War, to happen.
  890. In 679, he participated in the Yoshino Pact under Emperor Tenmu and swore sibling cooperation.
  891. In 679, they intercepted invading Toban forces.
  892. In 680 he built Ojoin Temple (Sennan City) by direct order of the Emperor Tenmu.
  893. In 680, Kodo Hall (existent shrine architecture) was build and named Myoraku-ji Temple.
  894. In 680, Toban again sent a vast army of 30,000 soldiers to make inroads into Kogen and camped at Ryohigawa.
  895. In 681, Emperor Tenmu began the compilation of statutes.
  896. In 681, compilation of the Asuka Kiyomihara Code began.
  897. In 681, he became hensen (corresponding to Jugoinoge [Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade]) in the cap rank and official rank system.
  898. In 681, he engaged in recording and revising of the 'Teiki' (the Record of Emperors) and affairs of high antiquity with Imperial Prince Kawashima and others.
  899. In 681, the commander-in-chief of the Kogen region Joshi KOKUSHI defeated Ron Sanba of Toban at Ryohigawa and returned with the enemy's food and livestock.
  900. In 682, he became one of the compiling members of Teiki (genealogy of the Imperial family) and Joko shoji (matters of high antiquity), and together with NAKATOMI no Oshima, played at least a central role in the compilation in the initial stages.
  901. In 682, the clan was promoted to Muraji, and in 685, promoted to Imiki.
  902. In 682, they started using the color of Chofuku (cloths which the people who come to work at the court on a regular basis wear) to indicate one's Ikai (Court rank) instead of the color of the court caps.
  903. In 683, OKOMA no Miyatsuko was given Muraji as his kabane.
  904. In 683, he was promoted to the rank of Muraji and was promoted to the rank of Imiki in 685.
  905. In 684, 'Yakusa no Kabane' (eight official titles to be conferred upon nobles by Emperor Tenmu) was established.
  906. In 684, FUMI no Muraji was given Imiki as his kabane.
  907. In 684, HATA clan was given a kabane of Mahito.
  908. In 684, he enacted the Yakusa no Kabane (the eight honorary titles) so as to establish the order of social status within the imperial court, and put the new system indicating court ranks by headgear colors in effect and made Imperial Princes able to gain court rank.
  909. In 684, he was granted Ason (second highest of Yakusa no Kabane or the eight hereditary titles) when the eight honorary titles were established.
  910. In 684, when Empress Sokuten ascended the throne, the governor of Bishu, Ri Keigyo, was relegated to the Sima (Great Officer) of the Ryusyu region by the Empress.
  911. In 685 he became an envoy of Sanyo-do Road patrol and Yogoto Tsukuri no Tsukasa (an official post to select and compile admonitions) in 689.
  912. In 685, he built Angu (temporary palace) for Emperor Tenmu in Shinano Province.
  913. In 685, the Prince Osakabe received the rank of Jodaisan (Greater Third Pure), according to the revised ranking code, Kan I Shijuhakkai (48 grades of cap rank).
  914. In 685, twelve ranks for Princes and above, and forty-eight ranks for high-ranking officials were introduced.
  915. In 686 the Kusanagi no tsurugi was returned to the Atsuta-jingu Shrine.
  916. In 686, he received the name, ISHIKAWA Ason (the second highest of the eight hereditary titles).
  917. In 686, he was captureed for taking a part in the Prince Otsu's rebellion but released later.
  918. In 686, he was implicated in Prince Otsu no Hen (Conspiracy of Prince Otsu), but his sin was forgiven.
  919. In 689
  920. In 689, he became Dazaifu (Government Headquarters in Kyushu), and presented 174 members of Hayato (ancient tribe in Kyushu), 50 jo of cloth, and 50 or more sheets of cow or deer hide.
  921. In 689, the administrative law of the Asuka Kiyomihara, composed of 22 volumes, was established and promulgated.
  922. In 689, twenty-two volumes of one code (Asuka Kiyomihara Code) were distributed among shoshi (officials).
  923. In 690 when Empress Jito ascended the throne, the Inbe clan as retainers presented two forms of treasure: a sword and a mirror.
  924. In 690, she conducted the first shikinen sengu (transfer of a deity to a new shrine building once in a prescribed number of years) in the Geku (the outer shrine) of Ise-jingu Shrine.
  925. In 690, the Kanoetora year family register was established and this was the beginning of a family register survey 'once every 6 years.'
  926. In 692, distribution of kubunden was started in the Kinai region.
  927. In 692, the government sent a handentayu (lord steward for farmland allotment) to people in the provinces near the capital and executed the law for tax payment according to the allotted farmland, based on the ownership of the farmland.
  928. In 693, he became an envoy to Silla (ancient Korean kingdom).
  929. In 694, Empress Jito transferred the capital to Fujiwarakyo, Japan's first full-scale castle town.
  930. In 694, he was appointed as Tsukushi no Omikotomochi no Tsukasa (the chief of the governors of northern Kyushu) and Jokoshi (the last rank among Princes from 685 to 701).
  931. In 694, he was appointed to Kenshiragishi (Japanese envoy to Silla).
  932. In 694, she transferred the capital to the Fujiwara Palace that she had been preparing.
  933. In 694, the capital was moved to Fujiwara-kyo.
  934. In 694, the capital was transferred to Fujiwara-kyo, and Asuka no Kiyomihara no Miya was abandoned.
  935. In 694, when Minu no Okimi went to Kyushu as dazai no sochi (the chief of Dazaifu [Government Headquarters in Kyushu]), she then became the wife of FUJIWARA no Fuhito, and FUJIWARA no Komyoshi (the Empress Komyo) was born.
  936. In 697, Emperor Jito abdicated from the throne and Emperor Monmu ascended the throne.
  937. In 697, she gave the investiture of the Crown Prince to Emperor Monmu, a posthumous child of Kusakabe no Miko, at the age of 15.
  938. In 698, it was decided that only the direct descendants of Fuhito would have the right to succeed the FUJIWARA clan and hold the post of Daijokan (Grand Council of State).
  939. In 699, Mino-jo Castle and Inazumi-jo Castle were constructed and ritsuryo kokka began to apply control backed by military force.
  940. In 699, he received an religious studies academic prize of 10,000 sheaves of rice and, in 703, was appointed as a sojo (high-priest).
  941. In 700, Empress Jito made administrators learn Tang statutes in order to create a political system based on the ritsu (penal law) and ryou (administrative law) codes, following the model of the Tang (China) legal system, and in 701, the following year, the Taiho Code was completed.
  942. In 700, he was promoted to Jikikoshi which was the 12th grade of the 48 grades of cap rank in a transition of official rank system and he was appointed to be a compiler for Taiho Code.
  943. In 701 Miyako gave birth to the Prince Obito (later the Emperor Shomu), but suffering from mental illness, she did not have a chance to see the prince for a long time.
  944. In 701, AWATA no Mahito, who was involved in the compilation of Taiho Code, was appointed as a Kento-shi (Shissetsu-shi), and was given setto (a sword given by the emperor in the symbol of his trust to the appointment of someone to a mission) by Emperor Monmu.
  945. In 701, FUJIWARA no Fuhito and others compiled and established Taiho Ritsuryo Code, and they continued the compilation of the contents of the code to have it meet the actual conditions of the country.
  946. In 701, Shido (a hall dedicated to the souls of ancestors) (existent shrine architecture) was built beside the Jusanjunoto to enshrine a wooden image of Kamatari and was called Shoryoin.
  947. In 701, he accompanied Emperor Monmu on his Imperial visit to Kii Province.
  948. In 701, his great achievement during the Jinshin War was appreciated as 中第, he was allowed to leave a quarter out of 100 previously awarded households to his child.
  949. In 701, it was further systematized by the Taiho Code, which led to the establishment of a brewing system for the Imperial Court, by the Imperial Court.
  950. In 701, its regular festival was designated as chokusai (a festival held by imperial order) (the "Shoku-Nihongi" (the second in a series of chronicles about Japan)), and in 906, was granted the shinkai (ranking granted to Shinto gods), Shoichii (Senior First Rank), which is the highest rank ("Fusoryakki").
  951. In 701, the Taiho Ritsuryo was established and put into practice.
  952. In 701, the cap rank system was abolished and transferred to the Grand Council of the State based on the Ritsuryo codes.
  953. In 701, with the Taiho Code a special privilege for nobles above the third and for bureaucrats above the fourth and fifth office ranks was made clear.
  954. In 702, Yamanoue no Okura accompanied the seventh mission to Tang Dynasty China as an envoy where he studied the latest teachings of Confucianism and Buddhism.
  955. In 702, he travelled to Tang China where he lived at Xi Ming Temple (Xian City) and through his pursuit of Sanron, or Three Shastras (Treatises), out of 100 high priests was he selected to expound upon the Ninno hannya kyo which was alternatively known as Benevolent Kings (Prajnaparamita) Sutra.
  956. In 702, the Taiho Code was made public.
  957. In 702, the first family register was created on the basis of the Taiho Code and each member of the nation had been surveyed by the government.
  958. In 703
  959. In 703, 10-cho (about 9.9 ha) of rice fields and 50 units of Fuko (a vassal household allotted to courtier, shrines and temples) were given to him in recognition of his service.
  960. In 703, Kogo no Nenjaku was made an original record of family registers.
  961. In 703, he visited Tang China together with Chiho and Chiran, studied Faxiang Buddhism under Chishu (Zhizhou in Chinese) the Bokuyo Daishi (Master Puyang), who was a dharma-grandson of Ki (Ji in Chinese, aka Kuiji) the Jion Daishi (Master Cien) and the third generation founder of the Faxiang sect.
  962. In 703, he visited Tang China together with Chiho and Chiyu, studied Faxiang Buddhism under Chishu (Zhizhou in Chinese) the Bokuyo Daishi (Master Puyang), who was a dharma-grandson of Ki (Ji in Chinese, aka Kuiji) the Jion Daishi (Master Cien) and the third generation founder of the Faxiang sect.
  963. In 704, he came back to Japan with prisoners who had been held captive since the Battle of Hakusukinoe.
  964. In 704, he changed the house of his birth into Ebara-ji Temple, which he made his residence.
  965. In 705, Imperial Prince Hozumi took over Chidaijoukanji (a deputy to the Dajodaijin).
  966. In 706, the law on denso (rice field tax) was established and each town was required to supply fifteen bundles (成斤の束).
  967. In 706, when FUJIWARA no Fuhito revived the holding known as Yuima-e religious meetings, Chiho served as a lecturer.
  968. In 707, FUMI no Nemaro died.
  969. In 708
  970. In 708, Dewa County was established in Echigo Province and it was transformed into Dewa Province in 712.
  971. In 708, when the system of fudokoku (staples for an emergency, stored in fudoso) was introduced, the opposite idea of 'doyo' was also introduced.
  972. In 709, for the subjection of indigenous inhabitants in eastern Japan, FUJIWARA no Kosemaro was appointed as Mutsu chinto shogun (generalissimo who subdues the barbarians of Mutsu), Iwayu was appointed as generalissimo who subdues the barbarians of Echigo Ez, and KI no Morohito was appointed as vice-shogun respectively to subdue Eso in Mutsu and Echigo.
  973. In 709, the Hayato people began to pay tribute to the imperial court, asserting that Ezo and "iteki "(barbarians) - who were considered different race - were to be subjugated, and thus given important role in National ceremonies.
  974. In 709, when the Emishi harmed freemen with their own lands, Kosemaro, SAEKI no Iwayu, KI no Morohito and others were dispatched to subjugate them.
  975. In 710 when the national capital was transferred to Heijo-kyo in Nara, FUJIWARA no Fuhito transferred Kashima-no-kami (Takemikazuchi-no-mikoto), the Fujiwara clan's guardian god, to Mt. Mikasa in Kasuga to be enshrined there.
  976. In 710, Heijo-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in current Nara) was constructed north of Fujiwara-kyo.
  977. In 710, she transferred the capital from Fujiwara-kyo to Heijo-kyo.
  978. In 710, the capital was moved to Heijo-kyo.
  979. In 710, the capital was transferred to Heijo-kyo.
  980. In 710, the court was moved to Heijokyo (present-day Nara).
  981. In 710, the national capital was transferred to Heijokyo in Nara.
  982. In 711, shoshi was ordered to enforce Ritsuryo rigorously.
  983. In 711, the Hata clan in Fukakusa (Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City) enshrined the god Inari by building a magnificent shrine in a flat place on the Inarisan-sangamine Mountain, which is located in the middle of the Kyoto-bonchi Basin.
  984. In 711, three years after issue of Wado-kaichin, Chikusen-joirei (an ordinance to ordain a court rank to someone who saved a certain amount of money) was issued.
  985. In 712, Dewa Province was established.
  986. In 712, Ideha gun was promoted to Dewa Province, with Dewa no Ki being its provincial capital.
  987. In 713 of Tang dynasty, Yong Zhou was renamed as Jingzhaofu and the province name Yong Zhou disappeared accordingly.
  988. In 713, five articles were established concerning scales and measures, choyo and giso (stockpiling warehouses).
  989. In 713, that area was divided into Tanba and Tango, and Mineyama-cho belonged to Tango Province.
  990. In 713, the early Nara period, Emperor Genmyo ordered the compilation of regional gazetteers or topography called 'Fudoki' for each ryosei province.
  991. In 713, the government ordered to each provision to edit 'Fudoki.'
  992. In 714, Azumahito in the rank of Jurokui (Junior Sixth Rank) welcomed the envoy of Shilla entering the capital, followed by 170 horse soldiers.
  993. In 714, the gate system was revised into the Chinese style with the south gate being named Suzaku (a Vermilion Bird and a god said to rule over the southern heavens), which was one of the shijin (four gods said to rule over the four directions) that was believed to protect the south.
  994. In 715
  995. In 715, the Empress enforced the village system (which is known as 'gori-sei' or 'kyori-sei' in Japanese).
  996. In 715, villages were renamed by go which were composed of 2 or 3 ri/sato and headed by a gocho (township chief).
  997. In 715, villages were replaced by go (townships) which were composed of 2 or 3 ri/sato.
  998. In 716
  999. In 716, ABE no Nakamaro (who died in Tang China), KIBI no Makibi and the monk Genbo, were dispatched to Tang to study.
  1000. In 716, when his son, OWARI no Inagi, was given rice fields for Osumi's service, OWARI no Sukune Osumi was recorded as Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade), posthumously conferred.

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