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  1. In Japanese cuisine, soup stock is one of the most basic, most important ingredients.
  2. In Japanese culture, there is no specific name to indicate the persons to be treated with respect and thus the name for the present emperor has not been developed well.
  3. In Japanese embassies located overseas, receptions to celebrate the Emperor's birthday are held.
  4. In Japanese folk belief, yurei are faintly visible figures who have remained in Utsushiyo (the land of the living) even after their soul left their body after death, in order to resolve some form of lingering attachment or to seek revenge for a wrong.
  5. In Japanese folk beliefs, Kuyo typically refers to a memorial service for the deceased or ancestors, and has come to refer to a service for the deceased in a wider sense apart from Buddhism.
  6. In Japanese food culture, eating style that people hold dishes in their hands and bring dishes closer to their mouths with their back ramrod-straight are considered to be good manners, therefore, bending their back and bringing their faces closer to eating utensils is avoided.
  7. In Japanese food culture, it occupies an important place as a side dish of staple foods such as rice and cereal.
  8. In Japanese food culture, some high-class restaurants that give special attention to their dishes have specially reproduced this Japanese-style kamado and use it for cooking.
  9. In Japanese history, it is mostly used for an outstanding warrior from the late Heian period to the Azuchi-Momoyama period and the early days of the Edo period.
  10. In Japanese history, the Edo clan who were in power in Musashi and Hitachi Provinces are particularly well-known.
  11. In Japanese history, the Gonin-gumi, or the five-household group system, was a system of the community association organized under the command of a feudal lord.
  12. In Japanese history, this term referred to kinship groups of the shoguns of the Edo bakufu.
  13. In Japanese history, tumuluses constructed between the third and seventh centuries are particularly referred to as 'kofun' and other tumuluses constructed in other periods are referred to as funkyubo (grave mound or tumulus).
  14. In Japanese homes, whether it is yunomijawan or gohanjawan, each person has his or her own set of chawans as well as chop sticks.
  15. In Japanese it has various names such as 'Juichimen Kannon Bosatsu' and 'Juichimen Kanzeon Bosatsu,' but the name assigned as a national treasure or important cultural property is 'Juichimen Kannon.'
  16. In Japanese it is also referred to as a Konzern (originally a German word).
  17. In Japanese kenjutsu, kata-geiko is carried out using mainly bokuto.
  18. In Japanese law at present, an ancient gun refers to a domestically-produced one or a real foreign-produced historical relic, which have been individually proven to have existed in Japan as of 1867.
  19. In Japanese law, a dead body (or fetus of seven months or more) should not be cremated within 24 hours after death (or after stillbirth) (Article 3, Act of Burial, Cremation, etc.)
  20. In Japanese literary history, the word chuko is used in the 'Chuko Rokkasen' (six Japanese poets presented in the prelude of Kokinshu, A Collection of Ancient and Modern Poetry in the early Heian period) and the 'Chuko Sanjurokkasen' (Thirty-six Japanese poets of Nochi no Rokurokusen selected by FUJIWARA no Norikane).
  21. In Japanese literature, the term "Historical Tale" refers to the works based on real historical events and written in the style of a narrative.
  22. In Japanese martial arts schools, the term Soke was not used before the Meiji period, and there were no Soke-like positions, which govern disciples nationwide.
  23. In Japanese mathematics, when it comes to reducing single variable equations, the real root is calculated; to accomplish this the qualitative properties (existence domain, repeated root, conclusion, 個数) of the real solution are solved, and to this end a practical algorithm has to be established.
  24. In Japanese music history, common people never had any musical instruments, except for fue (Japanese flute), drum, and bell in kagura (sacred music and dancing performed at shrines), until the appearance of the shamisen.
  25. In Japanese mythology, he (or she) is believed to be Otoshi no kami, who was born between Susanoo and Kamu-oichi-hime (daughter of Oyamatsumi).
  26. In Japanese mythology, it is told that it was born when Izanagi slew Kagutsuchi during kamiumi (birth of the gods).
  27. In Japanese mythology, she appears in the genealogical table of Susanoo in the "Kojiki" (Record of Ancient Matters).
  28. In Japanese mythology, the fighting between the people of Tenson and the people of Hayato was added.
  29. In Japanese mythology, the length of 'yata' (八咫; 8 ata) is often seen such as, in Yata no kagami (八咫鏡) and in Yata garasu (八咫烏; the sacred crow with the span of 8 ata).
  30. In Japanese myths, Kami-umi refers to Izanagi and Izanami's giving birth to numerous gods after they gave birth to various islands (Kuni-umi [a myth about the birth of the land of Japan]).
  31. In Japanese poetry, on the other hand, 'setsugetsuka' is sometimes used to describe scenery or an object which contains all three natural elements, snow, the moon, and flowers, at the same time.
  32. In Japanese shiso, a source of flavor is perillaldehyd, a chemical component while American shiso contains perillaketone as a main component.
  33. In Japanese slang word, the act of cutting off the penis or genital of a man is called "Rasetsu," although this act does not necessarily mean the same with the cases of penalty in China.
  34. In Japanese terms, it has the same meaning as the term ingei (印契) or its simplified form in (印), referring mainly to the symbolic gesture of a Buddhist statue.
  35. In Japanese there are various names such as 'Juichimen Senju Kannon' (Eleven-faced and thousand-armed kannon), 'Senju Sengen Kannon' (Thousand-armed and thousand-eyed kannon), 'Juichimen Senju Sengen Kannon' (Eleven-faced, thousand-armed and thousand-eyed kannon) and 'Senju Senpi Kannon' (Thousand-armed and thousand-elbowed kannon).
  36. In Japanese villages, it has been believed since ancient times that evil spirits and plague-spreading gods come and go across the 'nora', the border between mountains and village, or the 'sakai', the border between villages.
  37. In Japanese, "Ko" means aroma.
  38. In Japanese, animism is translated as 'Hanrei-setsu' (all objects have spirits or souls) or 'Seirei Shinko' (worship of nature).
  39. In Japanese, dishes were called 'na,' and the word na was represented by the kanji characters, '菜,' '魚,'or '肴.'
  40. In Japanese, her name is written as 玉依毘売命 in the Kojiki (the Records of Ancient Matters) and as 玉依姫尊 in the Nihonshoki (the Chronicles of Japan).
  41. In Japanese, his name is written as 'Ibi-,' 'I-bi,' 'I-bii,' 'I-bu,' and was 'Ibii' in "Omaetachi no Ojiisama" (We will use 'Ibi-' (Eby) here that shows up often in search engines).
  42. In Japanese, it is also called 'Bodai,' 'Kaigo' or 'Jodo,' the abbreviation of 'Jobutsuedo.'
  43. In Japanese, since according to Japanese myth the name of the place where the land of the underground spring existed was called "yomi" (lit. "night-see"), it has been proposed that the word "yomi" is actually a corruption of yume (dream).
  44. In Japanese, the meaning changed such that the concept of "public" did not include "private" referring to the field that a nation should deal with, and it became the opposite of "private."
  45. In Japanese, the situation with constant conflicts is sometimes called shuraba, using an analogy from Ashura precept (pandemonium).
  46. In Japanese, the word 'setsunai' which means painful or distressing has no relationship to Setsuna, and is derived from the Chinese character for setsu which means to feel strongly, as can be seen in the way it is written with different characters than Setsuna..
  47. In Japanese, there is an expression "it is time to pay the nengu" when one has to give up something.
  48. In Japanese, this process of the custom was depicted as "sime wo tatsu" (stretch the sacred rice-straw ropes), or as "Shinboku wo furu" (stand the sacred tree).
  49. In Japanese, to ruin things by mistake is described as 'Oshaka-ni-naru (becoming Buddha),' which relates to Kanbutsue.
  50. In Japanese, une is verbalized into uneru, which means, (a road) to wind in and out or (a wave) to surge.
  51. In Japanese, when a person uses somebody else or something for his own purpose or interest, this behavior can be described as 'dashi ni suru,' which literally means, 'uses somebody else or something as his (or her) own 'dashi' (soup stock),' but this is also a typical Japanese idiomatic phrase in reference to food.
  52. In Japanese-style inns, it is often seen that tokonoma falls to the level of a space to set a TV or a safety box (i.e., cashbox).
  53. In Japanese-style painting, Sotatsu TAWARAYA used the technique as well as the technique of tarashikomi (a technique in which colors are dripped or brushed into wet ink).
  54. In Japanese-style teahouses and sweet parlors, it is called kakigori (shaved ice flavored with syrup) and, in semi-Western and Western-style eating and drinking facilities, such as teahouses and parlors, it is called frappe.
  55. In Jataka, Shaka's previous life story, a figure of Shaka's previous life was also called Bosatsu.
  56. In Jichinsai (a Shinto ground-breaking ceremony to pacify the local guardian spirits), this god is sometimes worshiped as the god of soil together with other deities.
  57. In Jichinsai (ground-breaking ceremony) and Jotoshiki (the roof-raying ceremony), omiki (sacred wine or sake) or okome (sacred rice) is also returned to the ground.
  58. In Jidai Gyoretsu (a procession of people in historical costumes) where they reproduce the manners of the Heian and Edo Periods, people wear gorgeous costumes and wigs, and to harmonize with their costumes they wear atsugesho similar to that of Kabuki Buyo and Minyo Buyo, even if it is held outdoors.
  59. In Jimmu-ki of Nihonshoki, it is recorded that "Hatsukuni shirasu sumera mikoto was entitled as Kanyamato Iwarebiko hoho demi no sumeramikoto."
  60. In Jindaiki (Records of the period of the gods), the beginning of the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) frequently uses the expression, 'according to the document', which indicates the presence of the document for reference.
  61. In Jinmyocho (the list of deities) of Engishiki (codes and procedures on national rites and prayers), Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine is described as 'Inari Jinja Sanza' (Inari-jinja shrine of three thrones), classified as a Myojin Taisha (shrines that enshrine gods known as Myojin), and recieved heihaku (a sacramental strip of silk (offered to the gods)) every month and at the harvest festival.
  62. In Jinno Hyakudai Gumyoki" (a compendium of successive emperors' names), the Emperor's name 義良 is written as 儀良 with the instruction to pronounce as "noriyoshi."
  63. In Jinshin War of 672, he became an envoy to mobilize the force of arms for Prince Otomo (later Emperor Kobun) but obeyed Prince Oama (later Emperor Tenmu) because his army was taken away by a trap.
  64. In Jinshin War of 672, he fought on the side of Prince Oama (Emperor Tenmu) and repelled the enemy after he set out shields in Wakyo, the City in Yamato Province.
  65. In Jinshin War of 672, he fought on the side of Prince Otomo (Emperor Kobun) but was defeated to death in Okinaga no Yokokawa.
  66. In Jinshin War of 672, he fought on the side of Prince Otomo (Emperor Kobun) in Kurafu and Tarano as Bessyo.
  67. In Jinshin War of 672, he fought on the side of Prince Otomo (Emperor kobun) but was killed in Tokono-yama Mountain.
  68. In Jinshin War of 672, he was dispatched to Tsukushi Province for Prince Otomo (later Emperor Kobun) but failed his duty.
  69. In Jinshin War of 672, he was killed by an enemy soldier when he was gathering soldiers in the City in Yamato for Prince Otomo (later Emperor Kobun).
  70. In Jinshin War of 672, in Suzuka County, Ise Province, he greeted Prince Oama (Emperor Tenmu) who was heading east.
  71. In Jisho-Juei War of 1181 Nobukane's army fought against sohei (warrior monk) of Kumano Sanzan (three major shrines, Kumano-Hongu-Taisha, Kumano-Hayatama-Taisha and Kumano-Nachi-Taisha) that had broken into Ise and Shima Province, and put away the enemy (described in the article on January 21 in "Azuma Kagami" [The Mirror of the East]).
  72. In Jisho-Juei-no-ran War (turmoil of the Jisho-Juei,) he was on the side of MINAMOTO no Yoritomo and fought along with MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune.
  73. In Jobon (chapter 1, Introductory) of Hoke-kyo Sutra, the names of these Hachibushu are seen as 'nonhuman entities' in addition to 'humans' such as Biku (Buddhist priest), Bikuni (female Buddhist disciple), Ubasoku (upasaka) and Ubai (upasika) (devout men and women lay follower of Buddhism) as the audience.
  74. In Jodan no ma, there are tokowakidana (decorative shelves arranged in the recess next to the decorative alcove) 1.8 m wide and a tokonoma 5.4 m wide in the front, based on Shoin-zukuri style, as well as tsukeshoin on the side of the Hiroen (wide veranda) and chodaigamae on the right side.
  75. In Jodo (Pure Land) sect, Shomyo particularly means invoking the name of Amida Buddha (Namu Amida butsu).
  76. In Jodo Shinshu (the True Pure Land Sect of Buddhism), it is called "Senchakuhongan nenbutsu shu" or "Senchaku-shu."
  77. In Jodo Shinshu Hongan-ji school, Kangaku has the fixed number of Buddhist monks.
  78. In Jodo Shinshu Sect, chanting Nenbutsu (Buddhist invocation) is deemed as the expression of faith and fuse to be paid on the occasion of funeral, and so on is a kind of donation for maintaining a temple, an exercise hall for listening to the teachings of Buddha (Monpo (listening to the teachings of Buddha)).
  79. In Jodo Shinshu Sect, however, Nanananoka Buddhist memorial service (Shijukunichi (49 days)) is held even when the chuin is over three months because it denies superstitions based on a pun, and so on.
  80. In Jodo Shinshu Sect, however, attendants pick up incense from an incense container, put it into an incense burner at once and conduct such actions once or twice.
  81. In Jodo Shinshu Sect, however, placing goshuin is not recommended because its teachings don't place importance on visiting many temples.
  82. In Jodo Shinshu Sect, however, plain wood ihai is used only up to a Buddhist memorial service of Nanananoka (Shijukunichi memorial service or memorial service of Manchuin (full chuin)) and homyo is written on it.
  83. In Jodo Shinshu Sect, only Amida Nyorai is the object of worship.
  84. In Jodo Shinshu Sect, the concept that a soul resides in ihai doesn't exist.
  85. In Jodo Shinshu Sect, the purpose of the Buddhist memorial service during the chuin period is to get attendants to deeply contemplate the meaning of life and death as well as the teachings of Buddha taking the opportunity of their close relative's death.
  86. In Jodo Shinshu Sect, there is no practice to telling the nenju while reciting Buddhist invocation and therefore, no rule exists concerning the number of beads.
  87. In Jodo Shinshu Sect, water should be served on uwajoku (a table situated in front of the principal image) as purified water (fragrant water) using Buddhist alter fittings called kebyo with branches and leaves of shikimi (Japanese star anise) put into it.
  88. In Jodo Shinshu sect (the True Pure Land Sect of Buddhism), kagami-mochi is offered to sonzen (Shinto and Buddhist deities as well as persons in high positions).
  89. In Jodo Shinshu sect, kagami-mochi is taken down after the devotional exercises are performed on the morning of January 4th, after shusho-e (for lay believers, during January 1-3), whereupon the rice cakes are made into shiruko, etc., and eaten.
  90. In Jodo Shinshu, faith given by Nyorai helps people.
  91. In Jodo Shinshu, the offerings are said to be dedicated to Amitabha Tathagata, not to the souls of ancestors.
  92. In Jodo Shinshu, there is no "mukaebi" (ritual to light a fire for welcoming souls of ancestors), no "okuribi" (ritual to light a fire for sending off souls of ancestors), and no "shoryodana" (ancestral tablet placed on a shelf and altarage in the Bon festival).
  93. In Jodo-Sect, the memorial Buddhist service for Honen's parents, its biggest Buddhist Memorial service, is called Oeshiki.
  94. In Jodo-kyo, it is often placed as an attendant of Amidanyorai with Seishi Bosatsu by the preaching of Kanmuryoju-kyo Sutra.
  95. In Jodo-sect, another important event called Ojuya is held around the same time with Oeshiki of Nichiren Sect.
  96. In Jokyu War in June, 1221, he followed Yasutoki HOJO and did remarkable services in Kyoto.
  97. In Jomo karuta card, a local karuta card in Gunma Prefecture, he is described as 'Yoshisada NITTA, a famous person in history.'
  98. In Jomon period, various kinds of chipped stone tools, including a stone spoon, a flint of arrowhead, a chipped-stone drill, a stone ax, and a stone pike, were made according to the use.
  99. In Jorisei, an area of a square with sides of 1 cho was considered as 1 cho (chobu) (As 1 cho was 60 bu, the area was 3600 bu).
  100. In Joruri, the dayu (narrator) narrates a verse with the accompaniment of the shamisen, a banjo-like, three-string instrument.
  101. In Joshin-ji Temple (commonly known as Kuhonbutsu) in Setagaya-ku Ward, Tokyo, nine statues of Amida Nyorai, which assume nine different types of inso respectively, are enshrined.
  102. In Joshu Takasaki, though, four to (a measure of volume, approx. 18 liters) and six sho (a unit of measure, approx. 1.8 liters) of nobemai were added to each koku (about 180 liters; an old unit of volume) of hontomai (Jikata Ochiboshu 5).
  103. In Joyo City, the dance took place after every event until the beginning of Showa era around the Terada and Aoya regions.
  104. In Judaism, the bema is a platform from which the Pentateuch is read.
  105. In Judaism, various notions of Kegare have been determined in detail for a long time, and this affected Islam in regard to the food taboo and also have left imprints on many people's life styles even in modern times.
  106. In Juei 2, Sutoku's mausoleum was established and Awata no yashiro was built in Kasugakawara (春日河原) where The Hogen War occurred.
  107. In July (June in old lunar calendar) 1367, he became a priest due to illness and the following month, he died ("Gukan-ki"- Diary of Michitsugu KONOE and "Moromori-ki"- Diary of Moromori NAKAHARA.)
  108. In July (in the old calendar) of 1595, the 'Hidetsugu incident' occurred.
  109. In July 10, 1658, he served buke tenso (Imperial official in charge of communication between the shogunate and the court).
  110. In July 1046, it was swept away in a flood and the main sanctuary was reconstructed on the current site of the main shrine in 1055 and the previous place of enshrinement was designated as the rear shrine.
  111. In July 1087, she met with the Retired Emperor Shirakawa and made an Imperial Consort's bridal entry into court as Junbo of Emperor Horikawa in the same year of December.
  112. In July 1124, TAIRA no Tsuneshige (hereinafter "Tsuneshige CHIBA"), who was a founder of the Chiba clan, was adopted by his uncle Goro SOMA, TAIRA no Tsuneharu and given the Soma county, Shimosa Province, and in November 1124, he became Soma gunji (district managers of the Soma county).
  113. In July 1156, Shigeyori and his younger brother Shigetsune MOROOKA joined MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo's troops in the Hogen War.
  114. In July 1156, he entered Hogen Disturbance on the side of Emperor Goshirakawa, and acted together with MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo.
  115. In July 1160, he was finally arrested together with Mitsumune for having attempted to kill Retired Emperor Goshirakawa, and was exiled to Satsuma Province.
  116. In July 1165 (old calendar), after Emperor Nijo died, Emperor Goshirakawa restarted his political activity, he issued the order to bestow the title of Imperial Prince upon Prince Norihito in December (old calendar), which he had wished to do for a long time.
  117. In July 1165, Emperor Nijo passed away at the young age of twenty three years old.
  118. In July 1165, the Emperor Nijo passed away.
  119. In July 1176, she died from a combination of beriberi and dysentery.
  120. In July 1182, while his lawful wife, Masako HOJO was pregnant with his first son (MINAMOTO no Yoriie), Yoritomo invited Kame no mae to Mitsuie KOCHUTA's residence in Kotsubo (present Zushi City, Kanagawa Prefecture) and loved her.
  121. In July 1183, MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka, who raised an army in Shinano Province to overturn the Taira family, led several tens of thousands of samurai into Kyoto.
  122. In July 1183, Yoshinaka entered Kyoto.
  123. In July 1183, Yoshinaka won the battle against the Taira clan and entered Kyoto (the ancient capital of Japan).
  124. In July 1183, it became difficult to maintain Kyoto and the Taira clan fled from there.
  125. In July 1183, it became impossible for the Taira family to hold the capital, Kyoto, so they left.
  126. In July 1183, she was part of the exile of Imperial Prince Morisada and the Taira clan from the capital.
  127. In July 1183, the Taira clan was defeated by MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka, and were forced to leave the capital.
  128. In July 1183, the Taira clan, who lost the battle against MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka, were forced to move out of the city, Tokuko escaped to the country with Emperor Antoku carrying the three sacred emblems of the Imperial Family.
  129. In July 1183, when MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka entered into Kyoto chasing Ise Heishi (Taira clan from Ise), he visited Yosinaka several times as an errand of the Cloistered Emperor.
  130. In July 1183, when Yoshinaka KISO carried the attack into Kyoto together with Eizan, the Taira clan passed Emperor Antoku and Kenrei mon in to the opposition, then they escaped west caring the three sacred emblems of the Imperial Family.
  131. In July 1183, when the Taira family fled to the west with the Emperor Antoku, Michichika followed the Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa, who took shelter in Mt. Hiei and bid farewell to the Taira family.
  132. In July 1185, he was ordered to manage the Tada no sho manor in Settsu Province, which was expropriated from Yukitsuna TADA, and control a unit of local samurai warriors called Tadanoin gokenin (vassals of Tadano-in Shrine).
  133. In July 1185, he was sent from Kamakura to Nara, convoyed by MINAMOTO no Yorikane.
  134. In July 1189, Noriyori followed Yoritomo and departed for the battle of Oshu to destroy the Oshu-Fujiwara clan.
  135. In July 1191, Mongaku, Buddhist monk at Jingo-ji Temple informed to Kamakura that Hirotsuna was living a retired life in seclusion at Kami Daigo.
  136. In July 1195, Shigenari accompanied Yoritomo who went to Kyoto again, and on the way home, in Mino Province, he learned of his wife's critical condition.
  137. In July 1196, her second son, TAIRA no Tomotada, who had been left with his wet nurse ever since the exile of the Taira clan, was beheaded for his rebellion.
  138. In July 1201, the Wakasho Agency was established, and in November of the same year the Imperial command to compile a collection was issued; in 1204 poems were chosen, and on March 26, 1205 it was completed and submitted to the ex-emperor for inspection, and the Kyoen (a party following the selection of poetry) was held.
  139. In July 1237, when Yabe Zenni was awarded land in Yoshiigo, Izumi Province by the Kamakura bakufu, the notification letter was delivered to Yabe in Miura District by her grandson, Tokiyori.
  140. In July 1244, Masayoshi, who was living in Kyoto as a Kyoto obanyaku (a job to guard Kyoto), requested access to the Imperial Court and appointment to kebiishi (official with judicial and police powers) without authorization of bakufu.
  141. In July 1247 (on June 14, 1248, according to a different view), he was transferred to the post of Sagami no kami.
  142. In July 1247, the following year, the Miura clan and the Hojo clan finally had an armed conflict in Kamakura.
  143. In July 1261, she entered into the court at the age of ten, and was given the title of nyogo (a high-ranking lady in the court - a consort of an emperor).
  144. In July 1372, he drove Imperial Prince Kaneyoshi and Takemitsu KIKUCHI from Mt. Kora in Chikugo Province (present-day Kurume City, Fukuoka Prefecture) and tracked down them at Kumabe of Higo Province, the headquarter of the Kikuchi clan, then he recaptured Dazaifu from Seiseifu fortress and put a foothold there.
  145. In July 1395 he was ordered to come to Kyoto and he went to Kyoto in September of the same year.
  146. In July 1438, a legitimate child of Mochiuji, Yoshihisa ASHIKAGA celebrated genpuku (one's coming of age); it was a common practice that a name would be given to the child taking one character given by the Shogun, but Mochiuji did not follow the tradition and named him Yoshihisa.
  147. In July 1441, to-no-ben (a chief of the officials at the dajokan) Naganobu TSUCHIMIKADO, the son of Sukeie, opting to become a priest, tried to transfer the headship of the family to the child of Aritoyo KARAHASHI by adoption.
  148. In July 1466, at the recommendation of his aides including Sadachika ISE and Shinzui KIKEI, Yoshimasa suddenly deprived Yoshikado SHIBA of the Shiba Buei family headship and bestowed it on Yoshitoshi SHIBA.
  149. In July 1466, he returned to secular life due to his father Yoshitoshi's restitution, and in the Onin war, he belonged to Eastern Camp and went down to Echizen Province with his grandfather Mochitane SHIBA and father Yoshitoshi, and attacked Yoshikado SHIBA, who belonged to Western Camp of the same province.
  150. In July 1475 (or July 1479), during the Battle of Anjo, Choemon no jo Ujitada SAKAI placed three hollyhock leaves on a round tray and made Nobumitsu, the third head of the Matsudaira family, a present of the leaves with noshi (a thin strip of dried abalone wrapped in folded red-and-white paper), kachiguri (victory chestnut) and konbu (seaweed) on them.
  151. In July 1493, when he was 40 years old, Zenpo performed the first demonstration of a Noh play in Muromachi Imperial palace and after that, he was recognized as a well-qualified actor in the center.
  152. In July 1507, Masamoto HOSOKAWA, who had gained control of the shogunate government by helping Yoshizumi ASHIKAGA become the Eleventh Shogun, was assassinated.
  153. In July 1570, the Oda and Tokugawa allied forces and the Asakura and Azai allied forces clashed with each other in Ane-gawa River (the Battle of Anegawa).
  154. In July 1585, Terumoto MORI sent Takakage KOBAYAKAWA and others of his family to participate in the conquest.
  155. In July 1586, Emperor Ogimachi's Crown Prince, Imperial Prince Sanehito died of illness, his grandchild, Katahito succeeded to the throne on December 15 in the same year, after his grandfather, Emperor Ogimachi passed the throne to him.
  156. In July 1587 Hideyoshi then honored him by bestowing on him the family name 'HASHIBA.'
  157. In July 1590, he moved to Kanto region with Ieyasu who was forced to transfer to Kanto region.
  158. In July 15th, 719, Sani Jushiinoyo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade, courtier without post) INBE no Sukune Kobito died.
  159. In July 1607 he inherited the clan leadership role from his father Hideuji whereupon Hirotsuna became a vassal of the Edo shogunate (and a fief in Tanba Province of over 3,570 koku).
  160. In July 1609, he was punished for helping Noritoshi INOKUMA, who was a noble, for running away, and became a masterless samurai.
  161. In July 1618, he died at Tsukuba, which was his haisho (the place where a criminal is sent) in Hitachi Province.
  162. In July 1621, he was adopted by Yoshinobu SATAKE(Ukyo no daibu) (Master of the Western Capital Offices), his eldest brother and the lord of Kubota Domain, Dewa Province.
  163. In July 1634, Nishinomaru-yashiki residence was totally destroyed by fire while Iemitsu was in Kyoto.
  164. In July 1634, after the death of Hidetada, Iemitsu went to the capital with 307,000 soldiers; this was the last time that Nijo-jo Castle welcomed a Shogun, and the castle disappeared from the stage of history until the period of upheaval at the end of the Edo Period 230 years later.
  165. In July 1636, the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) established zeniza (an organization in charge of casting coins during the Edo period) at Hashiba in Edo and Sakamoto in Omi Province.
  166. In July 1643, the Yoshinaga Domain was founded; Akitomo's father, Akinari KATO, who was the lord of the Aizu Domain, had his domain with 400,000 koku of rice confiscated in June 1643, but continuance of the family name was allowed because of the deed of valor of Akitomo's grandfather, Akinari KATO.
  167. In July 1682, at the age of 24, he got married with the daughter of Rokudayunaritsugu YAMAMURA, and in November 11 in the same year he received an official appointment to hold the post of goshomotsuyaku.
  168. In July 1695, she was awarded a territory of 1,000 koku (Japanese measurement unit) by the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  169. In July 16th, 1596, he passed away at the age of 68.
  170. In July 1702, Nagahiro ASANO came into the custody of the main family of Asano.
  171. In July 1756, she gave birth to the first daughter of her husband, Ieharu; Although the daughter was named Chiyohime (華光院), she died only at the age of 2.
  172. In July 1760, he inherited the Fushimi-no-miya family after the death of Imperial Prince Fushimi-no-miya Kunitada.
  173. In July 1808, he completed a ghost story by "Iroeiri Otogizoshi" at the Ichimura-za theater.
  174. In July 1841, he was born in Fushimi of Yamashiro Province (current Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City).
  175. In July 1853, four Russian warships commanded by Evfimiy Vasil'evich Putyatin sailed into Nagasaki harbor and he negotiated the opening of the country to the world with Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  176. In July 1856, American consul Townsend HARRIS came to Japan to conclude a treaty of amity visiting Edo-jo Castle in October 1857.
  177. In July 1857, he entered Shoka-son juku.
  178. In July 1863 or later, he joined the Shinsengumi (then Mibu-Roshigumi).
  179. In July 1863, he joined Kiheitai Irregular Militia, which had been founded by Shinsaku TAKASUGI.
  180. In July 1864, Hirano was killed by a shogunate official in Rokkaku prison house, when the Kimmon no Hen (Conspiracy of Kimmon) occurred.
  181. In July 1864, during the Ikedaya Incident, he led a squad of the Hijikata troop, and upon hearing that the Kondo troop had entered by force, he led 10 of his men and captured 8 samurai.
  182. In July 1867, all members of the Shinsengumi were called into service directly under the Bakufu and, as a Fukucho jokin (assistant vice commander), Genjiro was given 70 bales of rice, an annual "three-man" rice stipend.
  183. In July 1868, he was appointed as koginin (a position under domain governor) of the Iwakuni Domain.
  184. In July 1869, Yasuaya was appointed as the governor of Tatsuno clan in accordance with the return of lands and people to the emperor and then worked on the reform of the ladder in the domain, but was dismissed from the office of the governor due to Haihan-chiken (abolition of feudal domains and establishment of prefectures) in August 1871.
  185. In July 1869, he became a Sho-junsatsu (a class of inspector) of Danjodai (Board of Censors).
  186. In July 1869, he became deputy secretary of civil suit affairs, and after that, Shojo (Junior Secretary) of the Ministry of Popular Affairs.
  187. In July 1869, he became the governor of domain due to return of lands and people to the emperor.
  188. In July 1869, he was appointed as the governor of the Fukuchiyama Domain in accordance with the return of lands and people to the emperor.
  189. In July 1870, he was ordered by the chief retainer to study in Tokyo.
  190. In July 1871, YAMAGATA became Hyobu taifu (the Commissioner of War).
  191. In July 1871, YAMAGATA resigned as a lieutenant general and the commander of imperial guards.
  192. In July 1871, after Haihan-chiken (abolition of the feudal domains and establishment of prefectures), he left the residence of Tosa Domain.
  193. In July 1871, after the Haihan-chiken (abolition of feudal domains and establishment of prefectures), he joined the Ministry of Justice as a judge.
  194. In July 1871, with the abolition of feudal domains and establishment of prefectures, the domain of Kameoka became Kameoka Prefecture.
  195. In July 1872, 20 students were accommodated and were provided with the education on law mainly about French law.
  196. In July 1872, he submitted a proposal to the Central State Council to found a paper industry (later Shoshi Kaisha, current Oji Paper Co., Ltd.) in the joint names including Eichi SHIBUSAWA, Eiichi KOREZUKI, and Kaoru INOUE.
  197. In July 1872, he was appointed as Shojo (Second lieutenant) of Army for the 2nd Infantry Battalion of Imperial Guard, and in the following year, went on to Chujyo (First Lieutenant) of Army.
  198. In July 1874, Michitoshi was appointed governor of Saga Prefecture and achieved success there.
  199. In July 1881 he graduated from the faculty of medicine with a bachelor of medicine degree.
  200. In July 1881, "Shindo no Matsuniwaki Uekae" was performed at Shimoda-za Theater (also known as Sano-za Theater) in Hagoromo-cho, Yokohama City.
  201. In July 1881, Kagenori was additionally appointed to Gijo (official post).
  202. In July 1882, the old-fashioned solders and civilians rose up in revolt in Hanseong and killed the Japanese military trainers of the newly formed "Byeolgigun (a modernized special military force)" and seized the Japanese legation.
  203. In July 1884, he was created a count.
  204. In July 1884, he was promoted to count, and then to marquis in April 1891, becoming a member of the Kizokuin.
  205. In July 1884, his eldest son, Taneshige, was created a baron.
  206. In July 1887, he went back to Tokyo.
  207. In July 1888, he was appointed leader of the boardinghouse.
  208. In July 1889, he made an official visit to western countries
  209. In July 1889, she set sail from Istanbul.
  210. In July 1890, he was created a count.
  211. In July 1890, he was elected the member of Kizokuin (the House of Peers) by mutual vote of viscount, however, in September of the next year, he resigned.
  212. In July 1896, the people following Kaika group called for the independence of Korea, establishment of legalism, promotion of new education, improvement of agriculture, encouragement of industry and raising of patriotism and loyalty to monarch, and Lee, Wan-yong and others founded the Independence Club.
  213. In July 19, 1540, after Meiso at Honpuku-ji Temple starved to death at 72 as a result of the oppression, Renjun released Honpuku-ji Temple from excommunication with the condition that it became a branch temple of Shotoku-ji Temple (Jikei-ji Temple).
  214. In July 1910, the company opened the first film studio of its own at Seihokukado, Oshikoji-dori Street, Jogakko-dori Street, very close to Nijo-jo Castle, and named it 'Yokota Shokai Nijo-jo Studio.'
  215. In July 1914: The first graduation ceremony was held.
  216. In July 1916, Hisoka INOUE, who was the Mayor of Kyoto City and also NAKAGAWA's friend (professor at Kyoto Imperial University and the assistant principal of Kyoto Hosei School) resigned in order to receive treatement for his illness.
  217. In July 1916, Tadateru SUMITOMO of branch family moved to Sumiyoshi Village (Hyogo Prefecture).
  218. In July 1917, the capital of the bank was increased to thirty million yen and listed a part of it's stocks.
  219. In July 1925, he established the Sumitomo Trust and Banking Co., Ltd. with the capital of twenty million yen.
  220. In July 1934, Makoto SAITO, Keigo KIYOURA, Reijiro WAKATSUKI, Korekiyo TAKAHASHI, Kitokuro ICHIKI (Chairman of the Privy Council), Nobuaki MAKINO (naidaijin), and Kinmochi SAIONJI (genro)
  221. In July 1936, as the Maizuru Critical Naval Department was upgraded to Chinju-fu status, the city prospered and the population reached its peak.
  222. In July 1940, WAKATSUKI, OKADA, Koki HIROTA, Senjuro HAYASHI, Kiichiro HIRANUMA, Fumimaro KONOE, Yoshimichi HARA (Chairman of the Privy Council), and Koichi KIDO (naidaijin)
  223. In July 1941, WAKATSUKI, OKADA, HIROTA, Nobuyuki ABE, Mitsumasa YONAI, HARA (Chairman of the Privy Council), and KIDO (naidaijin)
  224. In July 1944, WAKATSUKI, OKADA, HIROTA, KONOE, ABE, YONAI, HARA (Chairman of the Privy Council), KIDO (naidaijin), and Saburo HYAKUTAKE (Grand Chamberlain)
  225. In July 1948: An application for approval of establishing "Kyoto Kogei Seni Daigaku" (Kyoto Institute of Technology) was submitted in conjunction with Kyoto Koto Kogei Gakko (Kyoto Polytechnic High School).
  226. In July 1951, a new bronze statue was built.
  227. In July 2, 1891, the Department of War regulation was revised: the rule that a minister and Suke will be installed as 'Shokan' was crossed off.
  228. In July 2000, Keiko HORI, a Kitasato University lecturer (education department), found out that a source of the novel was "Weaker Than a Woman" written by Bertha M. Clay, which is owned by University of Minnesota Library.
  229. In July 2002, Kadokawa Shoten concluded an agreement with Tokuma Shoten to take over Daiei's entire business operations, including motion picture and video production, distribution, and management of the Daiei Studio (Tamagawa Movie Studio) in Chofu.
  230. In July 2004 it was registered as part of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) world heritage "Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes in the Kii Mountain Range."
  231. In July 2005, it was found in an antique dealer in Kyoto (reported on September 13, 2006 in The Asahi Shimbun).
  232. In July 2005, the World Heritage ordinance of Wakayama Prefecture was enforced.
  233. In July 2006, Nihon Sankei Kanko Renraku Kyogikai (literally, consultitative meeting for sightseeing information exchange for Nihon Sankei) organized by Amanohashidate, Matsushima and Miyajima set up Nihon Sankei's Day to July 21 which is the birthday of Shunsai HAYASHI.
  234. In July 2007 he retired from being a lead horse and changed his name to Kasachi and joined the cavalry.
  235. In July 2007, on the lower roller of the hanging scroll 'Shinran Shonin eizo (Hana no goei)' (image of Shinran Shonin (image of a flower), the following ink writings were discovered.
  236. In July 21, 1585, he and the Reizei family were punished by Imperial order and he ran away to Settsu Province.
  237. In July 21, 1944, the three-storied pagoda was hit by lightning and burnt down.
  238. In July 23 of 672, the year of Jinshin (Mizunoe-saru, one of the Oriental Zodiac), OTOMO no Fukei rose in arms in Yamato Province taking sides with Prince Oama and occupied Wakyo absorbing the troops gathered there.
  239. In July 28, 1595, he was ordered to commit suicide by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI due to the involvement with the Hidetsugu Incident.
  240. In July 30, 1886, Shuei reconciled with Hoensha and officially approved the eighth dan level to Honinbo Shuho, and at the same time he transferred the title of Honinbo to Shuho and called himself Shuei TSUCHIYA.
  241. In July 30, 1976, Gunma Prefecture, Tochigi Prefecture, Kiryu City and Ota City made a pollution control agreement with Furukawa Mining.
  242. In July 31, 1869 Takanobu was appointed as Governor of the Mineyama Domain but, was dismissed on August 29, 1871 (due to the abolition of domains and creation of prefectures) and returned to Tokyo on November 10, 1871.
  243. In July 4, 1855: Born in Tahara Domain, Mikawa Province.
  244. In July 4, 1908, when Saionji's entire cabinet resigned, he went over to Karafuto as the administrative official of Karafuto Government Office.
  245. In July 6, 1889, he graduated from the Military Preparatory School, and on the same day, became a cadet to enter the 1st Infantry Regiment.
  246. In July 6, 1912, Mishima appeared in a opening ceremony as a flag-bearer.
  247. In July 671, Shiragi started the preliminary research to build diplomatic relations with Japan, the Tang envoy Rishushin and the Kudara envoy returned to their countries in August, and the Shiragi envoy, Komumanmotsu restarted his research in November, leaving Japan on January 24, 672.
  248. In July 719, while in the post of Bizen no kami (Governor of Bizen Province), he was appointed as Azechi (inspector of the provincial government) of Aki and Subo Provinces.
  249. In July 759, he was promoted to Jushiinojo (Senior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade).
  250. In July 842, however, the Imperial Prince Tsunesada and Yoshino were suddenly suspected of treason.
  251. In July 884, he was conferred with a family name again and designated to the Sakyo Ichijo district with his brothers and sisters to become a chief.
  252. In July 9, 834, he was made a Sangi, while retaining his position as Sakone gon no chujo.
  253. In July and August 1587, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI conquered Kyushu.
  254. In July and August 1604, when the position of a wet nurse for Ieyasu's legitimate grandchild, Takechiyo (later called Iemitsu TOKUGAWA) was invited by the Kyoto deputy Katsushige ITAKURA, his wife Fuku applied for the position and was employed, after which Masanari divorced Fuku.
  255. In July and August Emperor Takakura gave the rank of Shoichii (Senior First Rank) Sadaijin (minister of the left) to his maternal grand father, TAIRA no Tokinobu and the Shoichii (Senior First Rank) to her maternal grand mother, FUJIWARA no Sukeko.
  256. In July and August, having ordered Tadatsugu SAKAI and Nobumasa OKUDAIRA to advance along the Shinshu road, Ieyasu himself entered Kai.
  257. In July in the same year, Gunkangumi was established, and Ko YATABORI, Tomogoro ONO, and Tetsutaro BAN were appointed to the todori (chief) of gunkan.
  258. In July in the year 70, Emperor Suinin died.
  259. In July of 1184, Nobukane and TAIRA no Ietsugu raised a rebellion army against the Minamoto clan with their family clans and gave damage to Koreyoshi OUCHI, Shugo (a provincial military governor) and others on the Minamoto clan.
  260. In July of 1509, Akisada led a huge force into battle in the Province of Echigo.
  261. In July of 1532, Harumoto formed an alliance with Shonyo HONGANJI and Nagamasa KIZAWA and had Ikko-ikki (mobs of peasant farmers, monks, Shinto priests and local nobles who rose up against samurai) troops attack Motonaga in Sakai.
  262. In July of 1865, he arrived in Boston.
  263. In July of 1865, he was appointed the leader of the 6th group in restructuring of the Shinsengumi.
  264. In July of 1870, he returned to Saga where he assumed the post of chakuza (deputy of the chief retainer) and conducted reforms of the domain administration but he was later recalled by the central government and appointed Chuben (Middle Controller) of the Daijokan (Grand Council of State) in November of the same year.
  265. In July of 1871, Jingikan was down-graded to the Ministry of Jingi and was placed under Dajokan.
  266. In July of 1877, Shinsen KITAGATA went to Qing to propagate his religious sect by direction of Hifashi-Hongan-ji Temple.
  267. In July of 1924, Makino accepted merger with Toa Kinema, but in June of the following year 1925, he set up a film business completely on his own by establishing Makino Production (established in 1925 - dissolved in July 1932).
  268. In July of 1933, there was a confrontation between management and employees due to unpaid wages.
  269. In July of 1959, the next year, the speed of the car reached 163 km/s in speed tests on the Tokaido main line, surpassing the speed record of Odakyu's SE cars.
  270. In July of 746, Sukunamaro was appointed as Echizen no kuni no kami (Governor of Echizen Province) while OTOMO no Yakamochi as Ecchu no kami (Governor of Ecchu Province).
  271. In July of that same year the Putyatin fleet from Russia arrived at Nagasaki.
  272. In July of that year, Asuka Kiyomigahara no miya partially caught a fire, which presumably caused by the accidental fire started from the palace of the Prince Osakabe.
  273. In July of that year, Ieyasu, who returned to Hamamatsu and got to know about the rebellion of Masayuki, started the subjugation of Sanada and sent an army about 7,000 strong including his vassals Mototada TORII, Tadayo OKUBO, and Chikayoshi HIRAIWA to the base of the Sanada clan, Ueda-jo Castle.
  274. In July of the following year, led by a revelation of Nao, he visited Ayabe again, reformed the religious organization, and later formed 'Omoto,' the enormous religious organization of prewar times.
  275. In July of the previous year, Chikara NAKAZAWA (中澤主税) was sent as a messenger to order Masamune to refrain from a battle against Kagekatsu, but Masamune did not accept the order, wanting to explain to the Shogun after wining a battle at any cost to revenge.
  276. In July of the same year Yoshioka ordered the Japanese officials in the Wakan to return to Japan and he also left for Japan without having an official talk with Joseon.
  277. In July of the same year, Akisada, who had been in the Province of Echigo, was attacked and killed by Tamekage NAGAO.
  278. In July of the same year, Kanesada, with support from the Otomo clan, made an attack on the Tosa Province in an attempt to revive his clan.
  279. In July of the same year, Kirino made an inspection of Hokkaido (Aisuke KABAYAMA "Sukenori KABAYAMA, my father"), and on his return he submitted his report on the necessity to establish a garrison in Sapporo.
  280. In July of the same year, Motohira was appointed to Gon Chunagon (provisional vice-councilor of state), and was promoted to Naidaijin (Inner Minister) in December 1258 and then to Udaijin (Minister of the Right) in April 1261; in the second month of 1263, he was awarded the Junior First Rank.
  281. In July of the same year, Nagamasa, along with the Asakura army, fought with the Oda and Tokugawa allied forces in the Battle of Anegawa.
  282. In July of the same year, Nobunaga was killed by his vassal Mitsuhide AKECHI in Honno-ji Temple, Kyoto (the Honnoji Incident).
  283. In July of the same year, Tokimasa failed to back up Tomomasa as a new Kamakura-dono (lord of Kamakura) by deposing MINAMOTO no Sanetomo, and this failure brought about his downfall (Makishi Incident).
  284. In July of the same year, Umako decided to drive Moriya out of power in consultation with other retainers and organized a large army comprising many princes and powerful local clans.
  285. In July of the same year, Umako decided to put down Mononobe's force after conferring with his retainers, and by deploying a large force comprised of princes and local rulers, they marched towards Moriya's headquarters in the Shibukawa District of Kawachi Province.
  286. In July of the same year, Yoshinobu commanded the whole force of domains of Aizu, Kuwana, Ogaki, and Satsuma and fought off the force of Choshu domain from the Kinmon Incident.
  287. In July of the same year, at the advice of Ueschi-sha in Germany, Mizoguchi left for Europe to hold a show of "Machi no Tejinashi" with Iwao MORI who wrote the scenario, leaving Nikkatsu's directors including Matsunosuke ONOE who came to see them out at the airport.
  288. In July of the same year, he assumed Shiho-taifu (post as Ministry of Justice) while continuing as Army Major General, persuaded by Hirobumi ITO, and awarded for distinguished war service in Saga War at the same time.
  289. In July of the same year, he entered into the ascetic training in the mountains at Mt. Hiei-zan, and he completed the reading of Daizo-kyo Sutra.
  290. In July of the same year, he handed the position of kanpaku over to Hideyoshi.
  291. In July of the same year, he returned to Japan.
  292. In July of the same year, his second daughter Sanjo no Kata married Harunobu.
  293. In July of the same year, she conspired with Tokimasa and killed MINAMOTO no Sanetomo.
  294. In July of the same year, the Taira clan was exiled from the capital and fled west.
  295. In July of the same year, they launched a battle against the lord of Yagi-jo Castle, Arikatsu NAITO who had a certain degree of power in the area at the time, and attacked Yagi-jo Castle.
  296. In July of the year "Subaru" began to be issued, Ogai was awarded the degree of Doctor of Literature by Tokyo Imperial University.
  297. In July of the year, Nobunaga ODA died a violent death (the Honnoji Incident) in Kyoto.
  298. In July or August, depending on local customs.
  299. In July the Yuto clan in Kitakuwada-gun surrendered, in August the Hatano clan in Taki-gun surrendered along with the Shiomi clan in Amata-gun and the Akai clan in Hikami-gun surrendered in September.
  300. In July the next year, MINAMOTO no Sukekata, who was an In no kinshin (close aide of Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa), was dismissed for putting a curse on Nijo at Kamo-sha Shrine, and Tokitada was also sentenced to exile in Izumo Province on August 12 for taking part in this conspiracy.
  301. In July the same year, Motoo TAMURA, a scholar of natural history and herbalism, and Gennai HIRAGA sponsored a Domain commodity fair in Edo.
  302. In July to August 1266, Regent Masamura, Sanetoki and Yasumori held 'shinpi no sata' (a secret meeting) at the house of Tokimune, who was rensho (assistant to the regent), to decide to return Shogun Imperial Prince Munetaka to Kyoto for conspiracy of rebellion.
  303. In July, 1177, the Shishigatani Incident occurred.
  304. In July, 1180, overriding resistance from the clan, Kiyomori visited Fukuhara in Fukuharakyo in an attempt to relocate the capital to a place where the base of the Taira clan, which was an international trading port, Owada no tomari, (Owada port, currently in Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture), could be overlooked.
  305. In July, 1183 MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka expelled the Taira clan from Kyoto, but his forces pressed for the enthronement of Hokuriku no Miya as emperor and committed numerous violent acts within Kyoto.
  306. In July, 1183, Heike escaped from Kyo (the imperial capital) due to the defeat in the battle at Hokurikudo (an old Japanese geographical region situated along the northwestern edge of Honshu).
  307. In July, 1183, he had a battle with MINAMOTO no Yukiie, who entered Iga proceeding to Kyoto ("Kikki"(The Diary of Tsunefusa YOSHIDA)).
  308. In July, 1185, after the fall of the Taira clan, Tada no sho estate was forfeited by Yoritomo and Yukitsuna himself was banished.
  309. In July, 1201, he became wakadokoro yoryudo (a key member of waka house), and in November (the old calendar) of the same year, he compiled and presented waka from ancient times.
  310. In July, 1219, he distinguished himself in receiving FUJIWARA no Yoritsune as the 4th shogun from Kyoto and returning him safely to Kamakura.
  311. In July, 1221, the Jokyu War occurred but Yoritsuna served as Kamakura rusui (a caretaker or keeper in the Kamakura government office) and because of this service he was granted the post of shugoshiki (post of provincial constable) of the Iyo Province after the war.
  312. In July, 1309, it was decided by Shoren-in Temple that Rusushiki of Otani Byodo Mausoleum should be succeeded by Kakunyo.
  313. In July, 1356, Emperor Gokogon gave an order to make the anthology due to Takauji ASHIKAGA's suggestion, and it was completed and dedicated to the Emperor in 1359.
  314. In July, 1536, Sanjo no kata married Harunobu TAKEDA through the intermediation of the Imagawa clan in Suruga Province.
  315. In July, 1542, Harunobu set to invade the territory of Suwa Province in return.
  316. In July, 1571, Yoshikage made peace with Kennyo, and fixed the engagement of his daughter to Kennyo's son, Kyonyo.
  317. In July, 1582, when Nobunaga was killed by his vassal Mitsuhide AKECHI in the Honnoji Incident, Toshiie was fighting under the command of Katsuie SHIBATA to capture Ecchu Uozu-jo Castle which the troops of Kagekatsu UESUGI held, so he could not take part in the attack against Mitsuhide by Hideyoshi.
  318. In July, 1585, he was granted the rank of Jushii (Junior Fourth Rank) and became jiju.
  319. In July, 1608, he filed a petition to Ieyasu TOKUGAWA complaining Sadatsugu's vice, which forced Sadatsugu to be deprived of his position.
  320. In July, 1609, Tadakatsu retired after transferring the family headship to his legitimate son Tadamasa HONDA.
  321. In July, 1628, in Daitokuji Ryukoin Mittan (teahouse of Ryukoin which is a branch temple of Daitoku-ji Temple), Shokado Shojo, Enshu KOBORI and Tanyu KANO finished a painting together for Kogetsu Sogan ('tokowaki kobusuma e' or a picture painted on the small sliding doors of a tokowaki cabinet).
  322. In July, 1760, he succeeded as the 19th hoshu due to the death of Junyo.
  323. In July, 1855, the bakufu founded Nagasaki Kaigun Denshu-sho (Japanese Naval School in Nagasaki) in which `kanko maru,' a steam boat donated by the Dutch Navy for training was used and Nagasaki Kaigun Denshu-sho had 22 officers dispatched from the Dutch Navy including Heruharuto Berusu Raiken dajo in Nagasaki.
  324. In July, 1858, Kuniomi received the word from Umon HOJO that Nariakira SHIMAZU planned to raise an army and proceed to Kyoto, therefore, he went up to Kyoto himself under the pretext of a request by Taketoki KIKUCHI's to write an inscription on a stone monument.
  325. In July, 1862, Funategumi (a seamen's guild) was incorporated into Gunkangumi while 288 members of Kobushin-gumi (samurai without official appointments who receive small salaries) were incorporated into Gunkangumi in August in the same year.
  326. In July, 1863, when he got information about the Satsu-Ei Senso (War of Satsuma and Great Britain) which happened by incident of Namamugi last year, he returned to Kagoshima prepared for punishment, and tried to enter the war.
  327. In July, 1864, Shinsengumi captured Shuntaro FURUTAKA who was an ally of Teizo MIYABE of the Kumamoto domain.
  328. In July, 1869, he was awarded for his distinguished war service, granted audiences by the Emperor along with Kiyotaka KURODA in the Imperial court.
  329. In July, 1872: The Department of War
  330. In July, 1878, he was graduated from Department of Civil Engineering, the School of Science, the University of Tokyo.
  331. In July, 1884, after the end of the Battle of Ichinotani, Tadakiyo waged a large-scale revolt, called Mikka Heishi no ran (the three-day rebellion by the Taira clan), with TAIRA no Ietsugu in their home ground of Iga and Ise Provinces.
  332. In July, 1884, his legitimate son Masaki TAMAMURA was created a baron.
  333. In July, 1885, Osaka Junior High School was transformed into University Branch.
  334. In July, 1885, he was appointed the director of the Peerage Bureau.
  335. In July, 1889, she moved to the United States for the second time.
  336. In July, 1890: he became the president of Tokyo Senmon Gakko (present day Waseda University).
  337. In July, 1906 she met Rodin.
  338. In July, 1908, he was involved in the establishment of the Boshin club party.
  339. In July, 1914, the College of Science and Engineering was divided into two, the College of Science, and the College of Engineering.
  340. In July, 1925, the 2nd national gathering was held at Kyoto Imperial University, in which 80 representatives were participated.
  341. In July, 1933, 'Datsu-A Ron' was included in the "Zoku Fukuzawa Zenshu" (The Continued Complete Works of Fukuzawa) (published by Iwanami Shoten Publishers) edited by Keio Gijuku.
  342. In July, 1953, the Research Institute for Fundamental Physics (Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics) was established.
  343. In July, 1954, a boundary was changed and as a result, two 'Oaza' of Kasama and Yasuda belonged to Haibara-cho, Uda County (Nara Prefecture).
  344. In July, 1977, the Center for Archaeological Operations was established.
  345. In July, 2002 the ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries operated an on-the-spot inspection to the three major somen manufacturers on charge that they had sold the somen produced in Nagasaki Prefecture as "Miwa Somen" and instructed them to improve the situation.
  346. In July, 2004, Kohechi was inscribed as a part of a World Heritage site 'holy places and pilgrimage routes in the Kii Mountains.'
  347. In July, 2006, the Pioneering Research Unit for Next Generation was established.
  348. In July, 2007, the family head Mansaku NOMURA was designated the holder of Important Intangible Cultural Property (Living National Treasure), making this group the most prosperous in the current world of Kyogen.
  349. In July, 435, an incest between the Crown Prince Kinashi no karu no miko and his younger sister, Karu no oiratsume, was brought to light.
  350. In July, 527, he led expeditions to fight off Iwai, Tsukushi no kuni no miyatsuko (the governor of Tsukushi), who revolted in northern Kyushu and he was delegated by the Emperor to govern western Tsukushi.
  351. In July, 585, when SOGA no Umako was permitted to practice Buddhism by Emperor Bidatsu, he constructed a Buddhist building, set a Buddha statue inside it and held a religious service.
  352. In July, 642, when Emishi offered a statue of Bosatsu as well as Shitenno (the Four Devas) statues to Hyakusai-ji Temple and gathered a group of monks to read a sutra and burn incense to pray for rain due to a long drought, it rained a little bit the next day but did not the following day.
  353. In July, 740, she came back to Kyoto under a general amnesty and in 767, she rose to the official rank of Jugoi (Junior Fifth Rank) and then, climbed up to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  354. In July, 780, she died.
  355. In July, 804, accompanied by his disciple, Gishin, as a translator he left Kyushu, along with Kukai.
  356. In July, 932, she entered Shosaiin (Hall of Initial Abstinence) and in October of the same year, she entered Nonomiya-jinja Shrine.
  357. In July, 95, he dispatched TAKENOUCHI no Sukune to inspect each region of Hokuriku and Toho.
  358. In July, 983, wishing to show Sumai no sechie (the Imperial ceremony of Sumo wrestling) to Imperial Prince Yasuhito, Emperor Enyu asked Kaneie to visit the Imperial Palace, but he declined the request, saying that he was sick.
  359. In July, Hideyoshi sent Hidenaga TOYOTOMI as Taisho (general) to Shikoku, and suppressed it.
  360. In July, Hosho FUYO scented Fukushin's plot to murder him, and killed Fukushin (in the record, Hosho FUYO 扶余豊璋 was written as Ho FUYO 扶余豊).
  361. In July, Iezane was re-appointed Sessho.
  362. In July, Kagetora attacked Amakazari-jo Castle but failed.
  363. In July, Kaneie died.
  364. In July, Kiyomori suddenly forced an Imperial visit to Fukuhara.
  365. In July, Kogoro KATSURA arranged for him to return home.
  366. In July, MINAMOTO no Mitsuyasu and his son Mitsumune, who had taken Shinzei's head, were exiled to Satsuma Province on suspicion of plotting against the government, and were killed on the fourteenth day.
  367. In July, Michinaga was promoted to Sadaijin and he became the leading figure in the Imperial Court both in name and in reality.
  368. In July, Mitsunari ISHIDA and other vassals under Hideyoshi raised an army against Ieyasu, and surrounded by this army in Osaka, Tadaoki's wife Gracia set their residence on fire and took her own life.
  369. In July, Mitsunari, among others, took up arms (the Battle of Sekigahara) during the absence of Ieyasu, who had gone on an expedition, and as Ieyasu decided to go westward, Kagekatsu dispatched expeditionary forces from Aizu.
  370. In July, Naotsune NAGAI was appointed to bugyo (commissioner) who ordered territorial lords, the Imperial court, temples and shrines to submit the records that they owned.
  371. In July, Shigemori was assigned to the Ukone no daisho Ukone no daisho (Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) post which was at the time vacant.
  372. In July, Shimazu's army attacked Iwaya-jo Castle with more than 30,000 soldiers, they struggled against the resistance of Joun TAKAHASHI, and finally managed to capture it.
  373. In July, Takakuni was defeated again by Motonaga at Daimotsu Kuzure (The Battle of Daimotsu) and fled to Amagasaki City but was captured and committed suicide.
  374. In July, Takechimaro leads the unit of the right flank with OKISOME no Usagi at the battle against the enemy troops led by INUKAI no Ikimi.
  375. In July, Takeda forces invaded the northern Shinano area again, took castles on the Murakami side, and attacked Shioda-jo Castle where Yoshikiyo MURAKAMI entrenched himself.
  376. In July, Taneyoshi in the capacity of Daishogun (Commander in Chief) of the Kyoto army fought the Shogunate army in Mino Province and in the Battle of Uji-gawa River, but was defeated.
  377. In July, Umako spoke with his retainers and decided to murder Moriya.
  378. In July, YAMAGATA resigned his posts as lieutenant general and commander of the imperial guard due to the ongoing internal investigation of the Yamashiroya Incident by army officers.
  379. In July, Yoshizumi was removed from the position as the Shogun, and Yoshitane (formerly named Yoshitada) returned to the position as the Shogun.
  380. In July, [the entire] Tokugawa family was relocated to Sunpu.
  381. In July, as Inoue found it difficult to deal with Numa, who delighted in causing trouble, he recommended Numa to Shinpei ETO of Ministry of Justice.
  382. In July, as the Constitutional Progressive Party was designated as a political organization, he dissolved Omeisha.
  383. In July, at the residence of Shoichiro SHIRAISHI who was a wholesaler in the port, Takasugi formed the Kiheitai militia, consisting of voluntary soldiers of any social rank, with its headquarters at Amida-ji Temple (next to Akama-jingu Shrine).
  384. In July, at the time of the second conquest of Choshu by the shogunate (the Shikyo War), he boarded the Otentosamamaru as chief commander of the Navy.
  385. In July, he became Gon no Daishokikan 権大書記官 (Provisional Great Secretary) of the Chamber of Elders by the recommendation of Togama KONO.
  386. In July, he became Okura taijo (Senior Secretary of the Minister of the Treasury) and concurrently Minbu taijo (Senior Secretary of the Ministry of Popular Affairs) to assist Shigenobu OKUMA from the same province as his, who served as Okura no taifu (Senior Assistant Minister of the Ministry of Treasury) and concurrently Minbu taifu (Senior Ministerial Assistant of Popular Affairs).
  387. In July, he became a professor at daigo kotogakko.
  388. In July, he began to organize the Rikuentai, learning from the Kiheitai system in Choshu that he had been closely observing.
  389. In July, he brought a secret letter of Saiakira to Nariaki TOKUNAGA in Mito.
  390. In July, he graduated from a preparatory course at Daiichi Koto Chugakko.
  391. In July, he graduated from a regular course at Daiichi Koto Chugakko.
  392. In July, he graduated from the University of Tokyo, Faculty of Medicine.
  393. In July, he published "Minawashu," a book of translated novels (Shunyodo).
  394. In July, he quit being an editorial clerk for the Navy.
  395. In July, he resigned from the post and returned to Japan.
  396. In July, he returned to Aizu to instruct Yugekitai and moved to the Shonai Domain in late July to train peasant soldiers.
  397. In July, he tried to negotiate with Echigo FUKUHARA who was planning to send troops, but the negotiation broke down.
  398. In July, he was appointed to Zo Toji Betto (the chief of the constructing department of To-ji Temple).
  399. In July, he was assigned as Commander Admiral of Tokyo chindai (garrison in the Meiji period), and as envoy extraordinary of Qing in November, dismissed from the former.
  400. In July, he was awarded the degree of Doctor of Literature, and also his work "Vita Sexualis" was banned.
  401. In July, he was elected as Chairman of Tokyo Prefecture Assembly.
  402. In July, he was promoted to major general.
  403. In July, his daughter, Moriko, died.
  404. In July, his proposal was accepted, Emperor Meiji made an imperial visit and Edo was renamed Tokyo.
  405. In July, his wife Kyoko had a miscarriage.
  406. In July, however, Kenshunmonin was struck down by an illness, and she died on August 21.
  407. In July, members of the Taira clan, with TAIRA no Munemori as their leader, took Emperor Antoku and the Three Sacred Treasures with them when they left Kyoto to escape westward.
  408. In July, officially became Jisha-bugyo.
  409. In July, she applied for the Tokyo governor's approval to establish a Women's Institute for English Studies (present Tsuda College) with help from her father Sen, Alice BACON, Sutematsu OYAMA, Shigeko URYU, and Hikoichiro SAKURAI.
  410. In July, the assignment was changed to Kansatsushi for Kinai region (the five capital provinces surrounding the ancient capitals of Nara and Kyoto).
  411. In July, the fighting troops moved to Yanagimoto, and Yanagimoto was increasingly reinforced with the Headquarter of the Kinki Naval Air Corps of Naval Otsu Air Corps of Otsu Air Corps.
  412. In July, the former shogun Yoshitada entered the capital from Sakai and became shogun again.
  413. In July, the same year, Ikki KITA who was plotting to overturn the Cabinet distributed among political figures a photo of Bokuretsu holding Kaneko on his knees in the interrogation, and the treatment of the two in the prison became a political issue for several months.
  414. In July, the year of Shingai, this is inscribed.
  415. In July, the year of Shingai, this is inscribed; Owake no Omi (subject); His ancestor's name was Ohohiko; His child's (name) was Takari no Sukune; The name of his child was Teyokariwake; The name of his child was Takahi(ha)shiwake; The name of his child was Tasakiwake; The name of his child was Hatehi (the front side).
  416. In July, this plan was exposed by an anonymous report.
  417. In July, when the First World War broke out, he declared war against Germany on August 23, seeking to preserve Japan's interests in the Chinese continent.
  418. In June (May in old lunar calendar), 1582, there was a move in the Imperial Court to endorse Nobunaga for one of the three posts, Daijo-daijin (Grand minister of state), Kanpaku (chief adviser to the Emperor), or Seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") as a reward for his subjugation of Takeda.
  419. In June (old lunar calendar) 1582, when Nobunaga died in the Honnoji Incident, he became a vassal of Hideyoshi, along with his father.
  420. In June 1, 1582, (the day before the Raid on the Honno-ji Temple) together with Haretoyo KANROJI, he visited Honno-ji Temple as an Imperial envoy sent by Emperor Googimachi and Imperial Prince Sanehito.
  421. In June 1027 Toshikata died, and in 1028, FUJIWARA no Michinaga and FUJIWARA no Yukinari both died on January 9.
  422. In June 1042 she underwent the Mogi ceremony (a ritual celebrating a child's passage into adulthood) and was awarded the rank of Ippon.
  423. In June 1091, Kyoto was shocked when Yoshiie's retainer, FUJIWARA no Sanekiyo and MINAMOTO no Yoshitsuna's retainer, FUJIWARA no Norikiyo fought over the rights to the estate in Kawachi Province and shook Kyoto by mobilizing Yoshiie and Yoshitsuna armies.
  424. In June 11 of 2004, the 'Kyoto Shimbun' carried an article describing the details of the company.
  425. In June 1148, Yorinaga asked Emperor Toba for the entry of his adopted daughter into the palace of Emperor Konoe, obtaining approval.
  426. In June 1168, he entered into priesthood.
  427. In June 1173, the Tonomine (Temple) under the umbrella of Enryaku-ji Temple were burned in the attack by the priests from Kofuku-ji Temple because of the fight between Kofuku-ji Temple and the Enryaku-ji Temple.
  428. In June 1177, the Shishigatani plot was exposed.
  429. In June 1180, Mochihitoo (Prince Mochihito) raised an army.
  430. In June 1180, Tadatsuna killed MINAMOTO no Kanetsuna and others during the hunt for Prince Mochihito and MINAMOTO no Yorimasa, who were raising an army to defeat the Taira clan (the Rising of Prince Mochihito).
  431. In June 1184, when Yasunobu was summoned to Kamakura by Yoritomo, met him in the corridors of Tsuruoka Hachiman-gu Shrine, and was asked to live in Kamakura and assist in running the government affairs of the samurai families, he agreed to do so.
  432. In June 1193, MINAMOTO no Yoritomo held a grand Makigari (Hunting session) at the foot of Mt. Fuji.
  433. In June 12, 1873, he attended a cabinet meeting for the issue concerning the Japanese people in Korea, which had been submitted to the cabinet as a proposal.
  434. In June 1204, he was appointed to hoin (the highest rank among Buddhist priests), and then he was appointed to gon no sojo (the highest ranking priest, next to sojo) in December.
  435. In June 1205, Tokimasa instigated the Shigetada HATAKEYAMA Rebellion.
  436. In June 1221, when the Retired Emperor Gotoba raised an army, during the council of war, Taneyoshi optimistically stated, 'Now that he has become an enemy of the court, not even thousand people will support Yoshitoki HOJO.'
  437. In June 1258, it is said that Sanetoki HOJO lent the original Kawachibon owned by MINAMOTO no Chikayuki right after it had been completed, had a writer copy it, and put it in Kanesawa bunko.
  438. In June 13, 1913, with the first Yamamoto Cabinet, the Department of War and the Department of the Navy were revised; the rule to limit the Military Ministers' appointing authority to only active officers was crossed off (appended table, appendix).
  439. In June 1333, after Emperor Godaigo came back to the Palace, Kishi lost her title of Reizeimonin and became Chugu, soon after that she became Empress Dowager, however she died not too long after this, on November 19, 1333.
  440. In June 1349, Shigeyoshi UESUGI, Naomune HATAKEYAMA, and the Zen priest, Myokitsu advised Tadayoshi to slander KO no Moronao before the shogun Takauji.
  441. In June 1353, he was serving as feudal lord at the time of the invasion of Kyoto by Tadafuyu ASHIKAGA and is said to have carried Emperor Gokogon on his back across a mountain range at Shiotsu in Omi (former name for Shiga Prefecture).
  442. In June 1368, the feudal government issued a general hanzei law (the hanzei law of Oan).
  443. In June 1465, the family of bakufu-hoko-shu (servants for bakufu) in the south of Nukata-gun, Mikawa Province and hikan (bureaucrats in lower class) of the Ashikaga clan rose in revolt and built their fortress in a key position of Tokai-do Road, Iguchi (Okazaki City, Aichi Prefecture).
  444. In June 1467 - transferred and held the position of Sahyoe no suke (Deputy of the Left Division of the Middle Palace Guards).
  445. In June 1467, the Onin War began in Kyoto City.
  446. In June 1477, as the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) gave the position of Shugoshoku for half of Ise Province, which had been given to Masasato KITABATAKE, a battle occurred in Ise between the Kitabatake Camp and Isshiki Camp in which the Kitabatake Camp won the battle.
  447. In June 1507, Masamoto's hikan (low-level bureaucrat) Motonaga KOZAI and Nagatada YAKUSHIJI brought Eisho Disturbance, which was assassination of Masamoto HOSOKAWA.
  448. In June 1533, at Harumoto's command, he fought with Harukuni HOSOKAWA, a younger brother of (or a son of) Takakuni, who was his former lord, and during the war he was killed in Takao, Yamashiro Province on July 20, 1533.
  449. In June 1554, Nobutomo ODA, the deputy governor of Owari province and a close relative of Nobunaga ODA, murdered Yoshimune SHIBA, the governor of Owari, which led to Yoshinari assaulting Nobutomo as a rebel at Kiyosu-jo Castle
  450. In June 1555, hearing that his younger brother Hidetaka ODA was mistakenly killed by Saizo SUGA who was a vassal of his uncle Nobutsugu ODA, he became infuriated and he burnt down castle town of Moriyama-jo Castle (Owari Province), which was residence of Nobutsugu.
  451. In June 1557, he was promoted to Junii while retaining his position of Sangi and Saemon no kami.
  452. In June 1560, Kagetora departed for the front in the Kanto region, and remained at Umayabashi-jo Castle for the rest of the year.
  453. In June 1560, he began an invasion into Owari Province leading 25,000 soldiers.
  454. In June 1560, he defeated Sakon TAMIYA, an ally of the Imagawa clan, in the Battle of Okehazama.
  455. In June 1564, he held his last Kanjin Noh for four days with his adopted child Motohisa KANZE in Shogun Yoshiteru's presence at Ishibashi Hachiman Shrine of Sokoku-ji Temple.
  456. In June 1565, the following year, Shogun Yoshiteru was assassinated and Kyoto became unstable again.
  457. In June 1571 (1581, according to another theory), he suddenly carried out an attack against Takanobu ISHIKAWA, the biological father of Nobunao NANBU (it is said that he forced Takanobu to commit suicide, but some say Takanobu survived).
  458. In June 1575, Katsuyori TAKEDA who was furious at the breakaway of the Okudaira clan marched towards Nagashino-jo Castle with his massive army of 15,000 men.
  459. In June 1582 Mitsuhide caused the Honnoji Incident and killed Nobunaga, but was himself defeated by Nobunaga's vassal, Hideyoshi HASHIBA (Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI), a defeat which led to the demise of the Akechi clan.
  460. In June 1582, Mitsuhide AKECHI confined himself to Atago-jinja Shrine to pray for victory where he drew omikuji lots to determine whether or not he should attach Nobunaga ODA at Honno-ji Temple, and it is said that after three lots predicting misfortune, the fourth predicted good luck.
  461. In June 1582, Tadaoki's father-in-law Mitsuhide AKECHI instigated the Honnoji Incident and called upon Tadaoki and his father Fujitaka to provide support however, but they refused and Tamako was imprisoned in Midono in Tango Province (vicinity of present-day Sugawa, Yasaka-cho, Kyotango City).
  462. In June 1582, as soon as Nobunaga died in the Honnoji Incident, Hideyoshi's Chugoku Ogaeshi (the term refers to the reaction to Honnoji Incident by Hideyoshi Hashiba, in which he rushed back to Bicchu even though he was in a battle with Mitsuhide Akechi in Yamazaki which was near the boundary between Settsu Province and Yamashiro Province when he learnt the news) and the Battle of Yamazaki started.
  463. In June 1582, only three years later, Mitsuhide caused the Honnoji Incident, and temporarily obtained the top position; however, he was defeated by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI and died in the Battle of Yamazaki, leading to the downfall of the Akechi clan.
  464. In June 1585, before the edict was issued, Hideyoshi obtained pledges from monks in the Kongobu-ji Temple to disarm, which is regarded by some people as the first attempt at katanagari.
  465. In June 1592, while defending the city of Yongin near Hanseong, he was attacked by a huge force of 50,000 Korean soldiers led by the governor of Jeolla Province, Yi Gwang but, using an opportunity to attack at night, forced the Korean army to retreat.
  466. In June 1599, as his father Motochika died, he inherited the position as head of the family and became the lord of Tosa.
  467. In June 1600, Tadaoki led his forces to join Ieyasu's Campaign in Aizu against Kagekatsu UESUGI, leaving Yusai with less than 500 men to protect Tango Tanabe Castle.
  468. In June 1607, Teruko's death influenced him to become a priest and he called himself Yuishinin.
  469. In June 1668, he succeeded to a property due to the death of his father Yoshifuyu.
  470. In June 1683, he became a jisha-bugyo (magistrate of temples and shrines).
  471. In June 1714, he started writing "Kakioki " a must-do's book of the feudal lords for Lord of Kawakubo Shuzen KAMISHIRO (the seventh son of Mitushige, later the fifth lord of the Saga Domain, Muneshige NABESHIMA), and when he finished it next year he present it to Shuzen.
  472. In June 1728, the title Empress Dowager was conferred to her; Her birth child, Imperial Prince Teruhito officially became the Crown Prince in November of the same year.
  473. In June 1738, premium class on the currency at that time was stopped once after reminting of a coin in Gembun era, however, it wasn't stopped completely as the price of premium class had been set again and again until end of Edo period.
  474. In June 1846, he died at the age of 68.
  475. In June 1853, the United States of America dispatched Matthew (Calbraith) PERRY who was assigned as an East India fleet admiral.
  476. In June 1854, Toyo had a dispute with Kahe MATSUSHITA, who was a hatamoto (direct retainers of the bakufu, which is a form of Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) and had a matrimonial relation with the Yamauchi clan.
  477. In June 1855, he attended the navy's pilot denshu (learning what one has been taught) in Nagasaki.
  478. In June 1863 Kogoro was ordered by the domain government to go to Kyoto from Edo.
  479. In June 1864, bringing his ability into full play as the Shoshi shirabeyaku ken kansatsu, he contributed to the arrest of Shuntaro FURUTAKA, which triggered the Ikedaya Incident.
  480. In June 1864, he and Imperial Prince Taruhito were appointed as the Kokuji Goyogakari (the general officials of the Imperial Household in charge of state affairs).
  481. In June 1865, the rates of the coins were regulated so as to give them the following premium: one Tetsu ichimonsen coin was worth 12 mon of Kanei-tsuho shinchu shimonsen coin or 8 mon of Bunkyu-eiho coin.
  482. In June 1867 he founded a branch family.
  483. In June 1867, Goryo-eji came under the command of Tadayuki TODA who was Sanryo bugyo (commissioner in charge of imperial mausoleums), and moved from Choen-ji Temple to Gesshin-in Temple of Kodai-ji Temple in HIgashiyama, setting up a nameplate which read Kinri Goryo Eji (a splinter group of the Shinsengumi) there.
  484. In June 1867, Yodo participated in the Shiko-kaigi (four major lords' meeting), which was driven and established by the Satsuma Domain, but he kept skipping the meetings since he did not like the fact that the Satsuma Domain was leading the movement to stymie the power of the bakufu.
  485. In June 1867, he assumed Sokan (director) of the Seibu party, which was a coalition of the Mitate party and the Koujo party.
  486. In June 1868, he returned from England.
  487. In June 1868, he was given 200 koku (crop yields) as permanent Shotenroku (premiums) for his military exploit.
  488. In June 1868, he was put in charge of Chindai-fu's civil finances.
  489. In June 1868, he was recruited by the restoration government, and appointed to Choshi (selected capable official in charge of deliberative proceedings) and Jingikan (officer of the institution for dedicating to religious ceremony) gonhanji (assistant judicial officer).
  490. In June 1869, YAMAGATA went to Europe.
  491. In June 1869, he became governor of the Fukui Domain following Hanseki-hokan (return of the land and people from the feudal lords to the emperor).
  492. In June 1873, the problem of diplomacy with Korea was highlighted at the cabinet meeting again after Shigeru MORIYAMA was back to Japan.
  493. In June 1874, the Meiji Government resumed negotiations, which did not come to a conclusion.
  494. In June 1877, Yamazaki Tenno-sha Shrine was determined to be the Tamadeyori Matsurikitaru Sakatoke-jinja Shrine referred to in the Engishiki Shinmyo Cho and renamed Matsurikitaru Sakatoke-jinja Shrine accordingly.
  495. In June 1878, he graduated from Harvard University.
  496. In June 1881, Enshi RYUTEI (the first; Enshi DANSHURO [the first]) (also known as Chibun ARAGAKI, a disciple of Robun KANAGAKI) performed "Miyama no Matsukima Tsukikage" at Minato-za Theater in Sumiyoshi-cho, Yokohama City.
  497. In June 1884, half of Quing troops stationed in Korea returned because of a confrontation with France over Vietnam (Sino-French War).
  498. In June 1884, he completed a course on hygiene, and followed an order to go to Germany to look into the German Army's hygiene system.
  499. In June 1886, he was designated as the Japanese minister in Russia (that also doubled as the minister to Sweden and Norway).
  500. In June 1887, encouraged by Fukuzawa to immigrate to the United States of America, he moved to the United States with some 30 persons from Hiroshima Prefecture.
  501. In June 1887, he assumed office as Chief Staff Officer of Chindai in Tokyo, and upon the reorganization of Tokyo Chindai into the 1st Shidan (division) (Japanese Army) in May 1888, he automatically assumed Chief Staff Officer of the 1st Shidan (division).
  502. In June 1890, he came back to Japan.
  503. In June 1890, the year following, after a year and half since Shinshosetsu began, the first phase of its publication ended.
  504. In June 1891, he was promoted to Army Major General and was appointed as Chief of the 9th Infantry Brigade.
  505. In June 1892, he attended the international conference in Geneva, Switzerland as a member of International Public Law Society.
  506. In June 1894, he was dispatched in troops to Korea where Donghak Peasant Revolution was beginning, and in the following Sino-Japanese War, he moved under the 1st Army (Japanese Army) to take part in the war.
  507. In June 1896, Sukenori KABAYAMA, then Governor-General of Taiwan, authorized the establishment of the branch, which was the first bank in Taiwan.
  508. In June 1896, he went into retirement, and in March 1918, he passed away at the age of 52.
  509. In June 1898, he died of stomach cancer.
  510. In June 1899: The establishment of 'Kyoto Sangyo Koshu-jo' (Kyoto Training Institute of Sericulture) was publicly announced (an announcement by the Ministry of Agriculture and Commerce, No. 61).
  511. In June 18th, 1897, Kyoto Imperial University started as the Imperial Ordinance about its foundation was enacted.
  512. In June 1901, he finished his missionary work and returned home to the mountain of Taishaku-ji Temple to start his retirement.
  513. In June 1903, Shuntai ISHIKAWA, the former head of the temple office, was expelled and deprived of his priesthood due to the financial disorder issue.
  514. In June 1903, Yokota with his older brother started 'Yokota Kyodai Shokai' (Yokota Brothers Film Studio) in Kyoto, and later renamed 'Yokota Shokai.'
  515. In June 1908, Shigekazu FUKUI, a cameraman of Yokota Shokai's documentary film "Kankokukan" (view of Korea), was appointed film director to produce the first drama film "Imori no kuroyaki" (burnt newt), which was released on 25th of the month.
  516. In June 1910, Soseki was hospitalized at the Nagayo Gastrointestinal Hospital for gastric ulcer, while writing 'Mon,' which was the third novel of the trilogy in his early period following "Sanshiro" and "Sorekara."
  517. In June 1911, Nakanoshima Bunkojo of Shindojo was abolished and merged into Ajigawa Honkojo.
  518. In June 1919, 192 books of Senbon's old possession were stored in Tokyo Higher Normal School (current University of Tsukuba) and now they are called Senbon Library.
  519. In June 1921, Shozo MAKINO again broke away from Nikkatsu Corporation and went independent, establishing both the Tojiin Studio and the Makino Kyoiku Eiga Seisakujo film studio and then combining those two studios into the Makino Eiga Seisakujo film studio, which he founded in 1923.
  520. In June 1924, half a year after its establishment, the company purchased Shozo MAKINO's 'Makino Film Productions' in Kyoto.
  521. In June 1925, he changed Hiryo Seizosho into a joint-stock company with the capital of three million yen.
  522. In June 1936, sumo was added to the regular curriculum of primary schools.
  523. In June 1937 the following year, he also developed pleurisy and died young at the age of forty four (his forty third birthday.)
  524. In June 1937, upon the recommendation of the Genro (elder statesman) SAIONJI, he formed the first Konoe's cabinet, shouldering high expectations from various quarters.
  525. In June 1937: The silk reeling course for women was created. (The term was two years.)
  526. In June 1940, the Kendo Tenran-Jiai was held as a ceremony to commemorate the 2,600th year of the founding of Japan (the winners included Masuda [designated] and Mochizuki [prefectures]).
  527. In June 1941, a bronze statue was set up in front of Obihiro-jinja Shrine by Buichi NAKAJIMA.
  528. In June 1942, the U.S. Army's 100th Infantry Battalion was constituted by Japanese soldiers from Hawaii.
  529. In June 1948, the U.S. forces' radar base was opened.
  530. In June 1949, he took Buddhist vows under Zuigan GOTO Ro-Daishi, chief abbot of Daitoku-ji Temple.
  531. In June 1950 he stood in the national constituency for the second regular election for the House of Councillors and won a seat.
  532. In June 1955, the 'attack' incident by students at the new system Kyoto University against President Yukitoki TAKIGAWA is sometimes called the 'Second Takigawa Incident.'
  533. In June 1963, The Tokyo Hilton Hotel (later the Capitol Tokyu Hotel) was opened on the site of 'Hoshigaoka Saryo.'
  534. In June 1969, the Keihan Uji Transport Co. Ltd. established a route at the Kuzuha area in Hirakata City, Osaka Prefecture.
  535. In June 1993, the founder, Shichiro INODA, died and his first son, Hiroshi INODA, assumed the position of the president the following month.
  536. In June 1994, Sanga, registered with JFL in those days, faced Kawasaki Steel Mizushima F.C. in this stadium.
  537. In June 2003, a contract for running the bus signed by Yasaka Bus, which would be in charge of running the route buses, and the Citizens Association and other sponsoring companies or groups would support the bus financially.
  538. In June 2005, Steam Locomotive No. 2 (also called Steam Locomotive Type 123 in the age of "Tetsudoin" [Railway Bureau], or Steam Locomotive Type 120 in the age of JNR) was designated as an important cultural asset.
  539. In June 2006, at all shops of two chain convenience stores in the Keihanshin area, 'Heart-in' and 'Daily-in,' ICOCA's electronic money started to be accepted, and the automatic vending machines and coin-operated lockers accepting ICOCA also became available.
  540. In June 2007, the demolition of the original building was begun, and it was completed soon thereafter.
  541. In June 23, 1808 he died at age of 29, and the eldest son Takanori took over as head of the family.
  542. In June 238 or 239, Queen Himiko sent Commissioner Nashime and deputy Tsushi Gori to Daifang Commandery in order to ask for an audience with the Emperor.
  543. In June 24, 1869, he surrendered to the New government army in Benten Daiba (Cape Benten Battery).
  544. In June 26, 1863, he was born in Kyoto as the first son of Tadafusa KONOE, Sadaijin (minister of the left) and Sada-hime (Princess Sada) who was a daughter of Nariakira SHIMAZU (actually, she was an adopted daughter).
  545. In June 29, 1926, in light of this affair, Ryohei OKADA who was the Minister of Education issued prohibition against the study of Social Science by students.
  546. In June 527, the Yamato regime sent 60 thousands soldiers lead by Omi no Kenu to Mimana in order to recover South Kara/Tokukoton that was seized by Shiragi (ancient Korean kingdom).
  547. In June 587, Moriya tried to make Prince Anahobe an emperor, so he sent a secret agent to Prince Anahobe and asked him to come to Awaji, pretending to go out for hunting.
  548. In June 645, envoys from three countries in old Korea came Japan to pay tribute and a ceremony took place in the Imperial court.
  549. In June 661, he ascended the throne as the former ruler King Muyeol passed away.
  550. In June 673, in order to establish bureaucracy, he decided to appoint officials who were from Kinai Province and were in the service of the court, Otoneri (Royal Attendant), and later gave them government posts depending on their ability.
  551. In June 701, politics were carried out under the new code.
  552. In June 702, he became a Sangi (councilor).
  553. In June 702, he went to Tang Dynasty (to be exact, this is the Bushu Dynasty established by Busokuten [Empress Sokuten] as Tang was not established at that time).
  554. In June 774, he was appointed as the Chief Commander of Chuefu.
  555. In June 8, 1672, he became a priest and took the Buddhist name Shoko.
  556. In June 827 (old calendar), he became Kazusa taishu (the minister of Kazusa - currently Chiba Prefecture)
  557. In June 837 (old calendar), he became Hyobukyo (the minister of an official position in charge of weapons).
  558. In June 840 (old calendar), he became Danjoi (equivalent position to police)
  559. In June 850, she resigned after Emperor Ninmyo passed away.
  560. In June 861, she received religious precepts, Kaishi (the priest who imparts the Buddhist commandments) was the chief priest of the Tendai sect, Ennin.
  561. In June 884, he rose to the rank of Jushiijo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade) upon the enthronement of his father Imperial Prince Tokiyasu as Emperor Koko.
  562. In June 936, with Yoshimasa and Sadamori, he battled against Masakado at the boundary of Shimotsuke Province.
  563. In June 990, he became Kurodo no To (Head Chamberlain).
  564. In June AD 663, Pung eventually murdered Fukushin Kishitsu.
  565. In June and August of 2008, a group of researchers from the Ministry of Fisheries and the Fisheries Research Agency succeeded for the first time in the world in capturing mature Japanese eels and giant mottled eels in the waters off of the Mariana Islands at the depth range of 200 to 350 m.
  566. In June and July 968, his father, Emperor Murakami, died and his mother, Princess Soshi became a priest in August.
  567. In June and July, they conquered Jinju Castle, the stronghold in southern Korea (the Second Siege of Jinju), and Matabee GOTO played an active role in the fight for the vanguard under Nagamasa's command.
  568. In June each year, head of the Aizu-Matsudaira family is invited and a memorial service held.
  569. In June he abdicated and passed the throne to his son, who'd been born the previous year, Prince Nobuhito (Emperor Rokujo, the second consort of an Emperor, Muneko's adopted son); he died in July at Oshikoji Higashi no toin.
  570. In June he resigned from Ministery of Justice saying he was ailing.
  571. In June he was assigned to Goshinpei (Imperial Guards Corpse) and became a member of the Seventh Copse.
  572. In June in 1438, when Mochiie's legitimate child, Kenomaru (Yoshihisa ASHIKAGA) reached the manhood, Norizane advised Mochiuji to be received ichiji-hairyo of shogun (honorary use one Chinese character from the name of his lord) for his son following the custom, however, Mochiuji ignored this advice and named him 'Yoshihisa.'
  573. In June in the same year (2004), "National Treasure Takamatsuzuka Tumulus" (supervised by the Agency for Cultural Affairs and published by Chuo Koran Bijutsu Shuppan) revealed the deterioration of the mural paintings, in particular, the significant deteriorated "Byakko" on the west wall.
  574. In June in the same year when Kaneie resigned his position of kanpaku owing to illness, Michitaka substituted for him as kanpaku, then as sessho.
  575. In June in the same year, he lost his next oldest brother Einosuke.
  576. In June in the same year, he started serially publishing 'Gubijinso,' his first work as a professional writer.
  577. In June in the same year, the Oda army marched into Ecchu Province taking advantage of the opportunity when Nagachika KAWADA, a busho of the Uesugi clan, suddenly died, and came to control almost all of Ecchu Province.
  578. In June of 1193 when Yoriie shot a deer for the first time at the age of twelve during Makigari (a hunt where the hunting area is surrounded on four sides by hunters) at the foot of Mt.Fuji, Yoritomo was delighted and sent a messenger to Masako reproving that 'it is natural for the son of samurai.'
  579. In June of 1519, Hisaharu HOSOKAWA surrendered to Sumimoto but was killed by Yukinaga.
  580. In June of 1566, Yoshihide sailed to the Awaji Province supported by Nagafusa SHINOHARA and Yasunaga MIYOSHI who were part of the Miyoshi political party.
  581. In June of 1869, Jingikan became independent of daiokan, and was placed at the head of the administrative system.
  582. In June of 1874, Cho entered Kagoshima with Hiromasa SUGIMURA and Kuga; and they intended on carrying out their mission, to receive the opinion on the Taiwan conquest from Saigo and Toshiaki KIRINO.
  583. In June of 1875, the International Court held by Alexander ll, the Russian Czar, ruled that 'the measures taken by Japan were appropriate conforming to all international laws and treaties,' and he dismissed the appeal by Peru.
  584. In June of 1926, he served a tour of duty in the above Betsuin, and with the help of Ginjiro FUJIWARA, etc., he rebuilt the new style of Tsukiji Hongan-ji Temple which was designed by Hiroatsu ITO, a professor of Tokyo Imperial University.
  585. In June of 1928, he succeeded to the professional name of Minosuke BANDO the 6th, playing the role of Ushiwakamaru in "Kurama Genji" (The Genji clan, or the Minamoto clan, in Kurama) at Meiji-za Theater.
  586. In June of 2001, Oshima receieved the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (Order of Arts and Letters).
  587. In June of 676, he died from sudden illness.
  588. In June of that year, the campus in Daitoku-ji Temple was closed and integrated into the branch school.
  589. In June of that year, while hiding in Iyo Province, Sumitomo was captured by TACHIBANA no Toyasu, a Keigoshi (protection envoy), and later died in prison.
  590. In June of the Jinshin year under the Oriental zodiac system (672), Oama no oji rose in arms against Otomo no oji (Prince Otomo, the Emperor Kobun) who then sent a messenger to Wakyo (倭京, also read as Yamato no miyako) to organize an army.
  591. In June of the following year, 1181, he defeated Sukemoto JO who invaded from Echigo Province at the Battle at Yokotagawara; he advanced to Kozuke Province (Gunma Prefecture) at one point, but proceeded to Hokuriku-do without joining MINAMOTO no Yoritomo who raised an army in Kanto area.
  592. In June of the following year, 1578, he besieged and attacked the Ota-jo Castle of miyago with Saigaso, Jikkago, nakago and nango, but he could not capture it.
  593. In June of the following year, he published "Saiyuki zokuhen (the sequel to Journey to the West)."
  594. In June of the next year, he was transferred to Hohei Second Corps Chief, and participated in the Sino-Japanese War.
  595. In June of the same year 'Bank of Taiwan Corporation' was established and began operations on September 26.
  596. In June of the same year he advanced his troops to Settsu Province (the Battle of Noda and Fukushima) at the request of Ikeda Nijuichininshu (Twenty-one elite retainers of Miyoshi), including Murashige ARAKI, who had ousted the castellan of Settsu Ikeda Castle due to a rebellion there.
  597. In June of the same year, Juro, who opposed to the promotion of the Shinsengumi to Shogun's retainers, tried to join the Goryo-eji, but was prevented from doing so by Shinsengumi's rules.
  598. In June of the same year, MBK Operators established by Asset Managers Holdings took over the hotel, and entrusted its management to JAL Hotels which renamed it 'Hotel Nikko Ibaraki Osaka' today.
  599. In June of the same year, Makino resigned from Toa Kinema.
  600. In June of the same year, Udaijin (minister of the right) FUJIWARA no Uona was discharged from his office.
  601. In June of the same year, Umako, still suffering from illness, asked the emperor for permission to worship Buddha.
  602. In June of the same year, Yoshiki, who had been confined, went from Kyoto to Hojo-du, Izumi county, Ecchu Province with the help of his close aides, relying on Naganobu JINBO, a chief vassal of Masanaga and deputy of the divided counties Nei and Izumi who had been appointed by a shugo.
  603. In June of the same year, Yoshitsura ISSHIKI and Mochiyori TOKI who had gone into battle to the Yamato Province were killed as criminals by Yoshinori' order.
  604. In June of the same year, a report from Mt.Koya to the government addressed to Munekage, and during the blank period before Tokimune's legitimate child, Sadatoki HOJO assumed the position of shikken no shiki (regent) in August, Munekage acted as shikken no shiki.
  605. In June of the same year, he again visited Kenkado.
  606. In June of the same year, he graduated from the university and returned to Japan in October.
  607. In June of the same year, he left Shinagawa on Kanrin Maru.
  608. In June of the same year, he published "Eiga Kagaku Kenkyu" (Movie Science Research), with Kiyohiko USHIHARA and was devoted to teaching young people.
  609. In June of the same year, he was awarded the Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun with Paulownia Flower.
  610. In June of the same year, he was died of disease in Nogami, Mino Province on the way to being taken to the capital.
  611. In June of the same year, he was promoted to Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade), while he remained as Kuraudo no to and Uchuben.
  612. In June of the same year, his father Yoshikage died.
  613. In June of the same year, his illustration, 'Tsutsuizutsu' (curb of a well,) took first prize in the magazine 'Chugaku Sekai' (Middle School World), and he took his professional name, Yumeji, for the first time.
  614. In June of the same year, she passed away in Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) without a government post.
  615. In June of the same year, she was awarded Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade and was eventually promoted to the rank of Junior Third Grade.
  616. In June of the same year, the Imperial Court of Omi no miya which knew Prince Oama (later Emperor Tenmu) raised an army dispatched the envoys to many places and raised an army for its suppression.
  617. In June of the same year, the Retired Emperor Sanjo died, and three months later, in August, Imperial Prince Atsuakira offered to resign as Togu.
  618. In June of the same year, under the Second Ito Cabinet, he was appointed to Imperial Court Councilor of Sumitsu-in.
  619. In June of the year of Mizunoe-Saru (one of the Oriental Zodiac signs), Prince Oama decided to take up arms against the Imperial Court of Omi, and headed east by departing the Yoshinomiya Imperial House on the 24th.
  620. In June of the year, Makino became independent from Toa Kinema, established 'Makino Production' and established 'Omuro Studio.'
  621. In June on the same year, a riot occurred in Besshi Copper Mine, and it is said to had been spilled over from Ashio Riot.
  622. In June or July (June in old lunar calendar) 1574, he virtually suppressed Higashi Totomi by invading the Tokugawa territory, taking control of Takatenjin-jo Castle, the strong fortress, which Shingen could not take control of, and removing Nobuoki OGASAWARA, the general of the guards of the castle, from power (the Battle of Takatenjin-jo Castle).
  623. In June or July (May in old lunar calendar), he started to attack Nagashino-jo Castle where Nobumasa OKUDAIRA barricaded himself in.
  624. In June same year, kyogata (the Kyoto side or supporters of the Imperial Court in Kyoto) waited for the army of bakufu at the Owari-gawa River, which was the border or Mino and Owari, and Shigetada had his army ready in Sunomata Town.
  625. In June the Ifu's forces attacked Akita-jo Castle again in droves and completely defeated the imperial forces, causing FUJIWARA no Kajinaga to flee to Mutsu Province.
  626. In June the same year, while Yoritomo asked for a senji to track down and dispose of the Oshu Fujiwara clan, Goshirakawa proposed pardon of Tokizane and other persons who had been exiled.
  627. In June(表記の変更), an uprising occurred in Uonuma County, Echigo Province, where there was an enclave of Kuwana Domain, a domain of Sabaku-ha (supporters of the Shogun).
  628. In June, 1028, an incident occurred in which Tadatsune burned TAIRA no Koretada, Awa no kami (Governor of Awa Province), to death.
  629. In June, 1180, Prince Mochihito ordered Kanetsuna's adoptive father, Yorimasa, to raise an army to defeat the Taira family.
  630. In June, 1185, Yoshitsune disobeyed Yoritomo's order and headed for Kamakura City under the pretense of escorting Munemori and his son Kiyomune there, but was stopped at Koshigoe.
  631. In June, 1298, he resigned from the Tandai post and returned to Kamakura City, and in April of the following year, he was appointed to hyojoshu (a member of the State Council).
  632. In June, 1398, he was appointed to take over the Shogunal Deputy post from Yoshimasa SHIBA and remained in the post for 6 years until July, 1404, and then Motokuni's post was taken over by Yoshishige SHIBA.
  633. In June, 1434, he died soon after he transferred the family estate to his son Morihisa ASHINA.
  634. In June, 1560, Yoshimoto IMAGAWA, who was a sworn ally of the Takeda clan, was killed by Nobunaga ODA at the Battle of Okehazama.
  635. In June, 1570, in the Battle of Kanagasaki against the Asai clan and the Asakura clan, he took charge of guarding Nobunaga who withdrew from the battlefield, and in the Battle of Anegawa in August, he made a great achievement of killing an enemy named Sukeshichiro ASAI.
  636. In June, 1605, Sadakatutsu's daughter Kumahime was adopted by Ieyasu and became engaged to Tadayoshi YAMAUCHI.
  637. In June, 1619, when Masanori FUKUSHIMA was punished by being deprived of his fief because of renovation of Hiroshima-jo Castle with no permission, Masanori KAMEI took the role of receiving the Castle along with Tadaharu HORIO and Tadamasa MORI.
  638. In June, 1623, Iemitsu went to Kyoto with his father Hidetada where he received his appointment to shogun and designated as Senior Second Rank, Inner Minister in July.
  639. In June, 1623, Shojo busied himself preparing for the visit of the TOKUGAWA shogun family to Kyoto, where Hidetada TOKUGAWA and his son Iemitsu TOKUGAWA entered Kyoto together (for the imperial designation of the new shogun Iemitsu).
  640. In June, 1725, he was appointed as sojaban (an official in charge of the ceremonies), and in July, 1725, he was also appointed as jisha-bugyo (magistrate of temples and shrines) and held two posts, sojaban and jisha-bugyo.
  641. In June, 1811 (52 years old), he stayed at the OKADA family in Nakajo Town, and the SAKAI family in Yoshida Town (Niigata Prefecture) with Housai KAMEDA to draw pictures.
  642. In June, 1877, he, together with Fusatane TANAKA, who learned herbalism in the Edo period, and others, made research of plants in Mie and Wakayama Prefectures.
  643. In June, 1881, Tomoatsu GODAI established Kansai Boekisha (Kansai Trading Company) with the capital of one million yen along with Goichi NAKANO, Saihei HIROSE, Hikotaro SUGIMURA, Denzaburo FUJITA, and other interested members, and set up its headquarters at 3-banchi, 1-chome, Utsubo Kita-dori, Osaka.
  644. In June, 1888, he left for a post of the Governor of Yamanashi Prefecture as a successor to Naotane YAMAZAKI.
  645. In June, 1890
  646. In June, 1896, he was granted the rank of count for his achievement in Hokkaido reclamation plan.
  647. In June, 1897, Kyoto Imperial University was established.
  648. In June, 1898, he exerted himself to the formation of Shinpo-to Party (Progressive Party) which used to be Liberal Party and Constitutional Progressive Party, and saw the establishment of Kensei-to Party (Constitutional Party).
  649. In June, 1898, the Meiji Government established the Waihan Cabinet (Prime Minister: Shigenobu OKUMA, the Minister of Dometic Affairs (Japan): Taisuke ITAGAKI, both were shuhan [chairman of their respective parties]) organized by Kenseito (a political party in the Meiji period in Japan) as the first party cabinet in Japan.
  650. In June, 1967, the Primate Research Institute was established.
  651. In June, 1969, the Data Processing Center was established.
  652. In June, 1977, Kyoto University Council dismissed Nobuhiro TAKEMOTO, an assistant in the Faculty of Economics. (called the Event of Takemoto's Dismissal, or Crushing of Takemoto's Dismissal)
  653. In June, 1990, the Research Center for Biomedical Engineering, and the Center for Student Exchange were established.
  654. In June, 1994, the Research Center for Higher Education was established.
  655. In June, 2006, they took part in College Category of NHK Robot Contest 2007 in Tokyo.
  656. In June, 2007, Nara Newspaper reported a suspicion that 'Haruo YOSHINO would have forced the former mayor, Nobuharu ENOKI into resigning his office through people relating to gangster organizations.'
  657. In June, 645, he was involved in the assassination of SOGA no Iruka which was carried out in the Imperial Court; SOGA no Iruka was a minister and one of the most powerful politicians in chodo (the Imperial court).
  658. In June, 672, when he headed to Togoku (the eastern part of Japan) to raise an army against the Imperial court at Omi, OTOMO no Fukei, who was at his house in Wa (Yamato Province), searched for allies and acquired a few dozen people including 'heroic figures and two of the greatest members from the clan.'
  659. In June, 720, he presented "Nihonshoki" to the throne.
  660. In June, 721, his relatives were awarded the surname of Usa.
  661. In June, 750, he was appointed to be Mino no kuni no kami (the governor of Mino Province).
  662. In June, 771, he served at Emonfu (Headquarters of the Outer Palace Guards) and also appointed to Sanuki-no-kuni no Kami (Governor of Sanuki Province), in December of the same year, he was raised to Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade), in 772 he was appointed to Sangi (Councilor), and at last he raised to Jusanmi in 774.
  663. In June, AD 782 year: he was considered to be involved in HIKAMI no Kawatsugu's War, and his post of Minister of the Left was dismissed.
  664. In June, Ii signed a treaty of amity and commerce with America, and then decided to make Yoshitomi TOKUNAGA, the lord of the Kii Domain, the Shogun Yoshitsugu.
  665. In June, Imperial Prince Osakabe, FUJIWARA no Fuhito and others were ordered to select Taiho Ritsuryo.
  666. In June, Kirino commanded various troops from the headquarters in Miyazaki.
  667. In June, Komaro in Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) was appointed as Commander-in-Chief of the Defense at Mustsu Province and also to Inspector of Mutsu Province, and was ordered to go to Mutsu Province.
  668. In June, Moronao was fired as steward by the request of Tadanao (his successor was his nephew, KO no Moroyo).
  669. In June, Ryoma assisted Choshu clan's navy using Kameyama-shachu's ship, the Union, in the Second Choshu Punitive Expedition.
  670. In June, Sadamori returned to Togoku and handed over the summons to FUJIWARA no Korechika, Assistant Governor of Hitachi Provence, who then sent the summons to Masakado; but Masakado did not answer the call.
  671. In June, Shigemori attended the obi-ceremony to pray for the safe delivery of his baby.
  672. In June, Shintaro NAKAOKA went to Kagoshima and talked about Saccho's cooperation and peace to Saigo, and promised to meet Kogoro KATSURA (Takayoshi KIDO) in Shimonoseki.
  673. In June, Tokugawa family moved their estate to Suruga no kuni (Suruga Province) and met with Ichiro IWASAKI, who was the Shinsengumi ordered to go under Kinshin (confine) himself in Numazu City, and Munizo himself was ordered Kinshin when he admitted a defeat himself so he moved to Numazu.
  674. In June, YAMAGATA became the Minister of Army.
  675. In June, Yoshitaka ROKKAKU advanced to the south shore of Lake Biwa again, and shut the route to Gifu.
  676. In June, a serialized novel 'Kokoro no yami' appeared in the "Yomiuri Shimbun."
  677. In June, after Munemori met with Yoritomo, Munemori and Kiyomune were sent back to Kyoto; however, on the way, Kiyomune was beheaded by Kagemitsu HORI, a retainer of Yoshitsune's, in Shinohara shuku, Omi Province.
  678. In June, he assumed office as Chairman of the Rinji Kokugo Chosakai (Special Investigation Committee on the Japanese Language).
  679. In June, he attended 'Usei-kai,' an Uta-kai hosted by Kinmochi SAIONJI.
  680. In June, he became staff officer of the Army Supervision Department.
  681. In June, he began to issue "Geibun," by merging the discontinued "Mezamashi-gusa" with "Geien" (artistic and literary circles) edited by Bin UEDA (although the publication was later disconnected due to troubles with the publisher, he began to issue "Mannengusa" as a replacement in October).
  682. In June, he destroyed Shugo Masachika TOGASHI.
  683. In June, he founded 'Tokiwakai Society,' an Uta-kai (poem competition), along with Tsuruto KAKO and others (Aritomo YAMAGATA and other joined later).
  684. In June, he held a one-man show at the Tokyo-Do gallery in Kanda, Tokyo (Chiyoda Ward).
  685. In June, he left Tsuwano with his father, and in August, entered Tokyo (Koume Village, Mukojima).
  686. In June, he married Kyoko.
  687. In June, he moved to Tokyo.
  688. In June, he published part I of "Ukigumo" (the drifting cloud).
  689. In June, he purchased land for a house in Take-mura, Kagoshima-gun.
  690. In June, he submitted a written opinion on the constitution.
  691. In June, he was appointed as a sergeant of the Military Affairs Bureau and went to Edo.
  692. In June, he was appointed to Kansatsushi for Tosanndo and to Azechi for Mutsu Province and Dewa Province (he started to work in Mutsu Province in the next year).
  693. In June, he was appointed to the position of Mikawa no kami (the governor of Mikawa Province).
  694. In June, he was dispatched to Saint Petersburg, Russia.
  695. In June, he was ordered to be Army Major General, Chief of the 8th Infantry Brigade, and in August, changed to Chief of the 1st Infantry Brigade for Imperial Guard to depart for the front.
  696. In June, he was ordered to go to Satsuma with Shunsuke ITO, and in Nagasaki independently purchased a warship called the Otentosamamaru.
  697. In June, he was ordered to study the Army's hygiene system in Germany and do general research on hygiene.
  698. In June, he was promoted to Surgeon Major General (equivalent to shosho (major general)) to work as the Military Medicine Department Director of the Twelfth Division in Kokura, Fukuoka Prefecture.
  699. In June, his grandmother, mother and others went down to Tokyo after selling their house in Tsuwano Town.
  700. In June, his real father Naokatsu died.
  701. In June, his troop was appointed the vanguard and advanced to Tesasan (Taizishan in Chinese) to occupy Choikabang (Cuijiafang in Chinese).
  702. In June, however, he was demoted to Dazai ingaino sochi (provisional Governor-General of the Dazai-fu offices) because he was judged to have had no political accomplishments during his career.
  703. In June, however, it was revealed that this request was turned down and executives pursued other ways to secure a budget.
  704. In June, however, the plan was discovered before it was ready to be executed.
  705. In June, in the middle of the Kyoroku War, Harumoto HOSOKAWA enhanced his fame by winning the Battle of Daimotsu and making Takakuni HOSOKAWA commit suicide, which also enhanced the reputation of Renjun who supported Harumoto.
  706. In June, kyogata (the Kyoto side or supporters of the Imperial court in Kyoto) lined up at the Owari-gawa River, the border between Mino and Owari Provinces, to be ready for the army of bakufu.
  707. In June, lectures were given about the new laws.
  708. In June, one month after the incident, Naka-za, one of the five za (theater) (Asahi-za, naka-za, benten-za and Kaku-za) held the performance of "Kawachi ondo Urami no shirasaya," and it soon became a great hit and ran for 45 days.
  709. In June, the Choshu clan was defeated as U.S. and French fleets conducted an assault.
  710. In June, the Emperor annulled the shochoku issued earlier and dismissed Hiromi.
  711. In June, the KIYOURA cabinet was brought down at last and Takaaki Kato, the leader of the leading party received a mandate to form a new cabinet.
  712. In June, the Shigetaka HATAKEYAMA Rebellion happened.
  713. In June, the education to be a officer was commenced for applicants of hatamoto between 14 and 19 years old.
  714. In June, the followers from the Tokai region and Kinai massed in Yamashina, left for the front under the command of Jitsunyo's child Jitsuen and Raisei SHIMOTSUMA, and invaded Kaga from the Hida mountains with the support of the Uchigashima clan in Hida Province, who had been known as one of the followers.
  715. In June, the former bakufu army was cornered in Hakodate and he internally made arrangements to save their lives.
  716. In June, the school was named Nihon Saisho Kyoto Gagakko" (Japan First Kyoto-style Art School) by Daijo-daijin (Grand Minister), Duke Sanetomi SANJO.
  717. In June, with Masanori KUSUNOKI and others who were the Southern Court side he expelled Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA and occupied Kyoto, but it was recaptured in July.
  718. In Juo-shinko, the faithful beg for the mercy of ten judges, who decide the realm to which the dead would go posthumously.
  719. In Kabuki 'Kanadehon Chushingura' (The Treasury of Loyal Retainers, a historical play dealing with the retainers of Ako Domain), Sadakuro ONO (斧) modeled after Gunemon ONO (大野) appears as a villain, who killed Okaru's father.
  720. In Kabuki (Japanese traditional drama performed by male actors), makeup basically looks flat and emphasizes the beauty of style.
  721. In Kabuki (traditional drama performed by male actors), shosagoto (a dance in Kabuki) is especially presented in most cases.
  722. In Kabuki (traditional performing art) and Kodan story-telling, 'easy-to-understand stories of rewarding-good-and-punishing-evil' were favored, and given the theme of sympathetically rooting for the underdog (in this case Yoshitsune) as a tragic hero, Kagetoki was cast as an evil enemy who had trapped him.
  723. In Kabuki field, Ichimura-za Theater is known to have actively performed masterpieces relevant to Fujitsuna; "Aotozoshi" and "Meiyo Jinsei Roku" in collaboration with the third Jisuke SAKURADA, "Aotozoshi hana no nishikie" (Picture of flower of Aorozoshi) in collaboration with Mokuami KAWATAKE are known today.
  724. In Kabuki, Roppo was initially used when actors are entering the stage, but today, it is used when they are leaving by the passage through audience to stage.
  725. In Kabuki, Tayu are required to use techniques that slightly differ from those adopted in Bunraku, such as the harmonization of musical narratives and actors' dialogues and the deployment of narratives well-coordinated with actors' gestures.
  726. In Kabuki, it is commonly read as 'onnagata', and 'oyama' is only used when it specially follows another word such as tate-oyama or waka-oyama.
  727. In Kabuki, it is mostly used as the narimono (musical instruments) for nagauta-mono (item featuring long epic songs), and plays an important role especially for Matsubamemono and Notorimono (Nogaku style).
  728. In Kabuki, present-day "Kawasho" (Kamiji) and "Shigure no Kotatsu" (Jihe nai) were made based on "Shinju Kamiya Jihe" revised by Hanji CHIKAMATSU in 1778, and its further revised work of 'Tenno Amishima Shigure no Kotatsu.'
  729. In Kabuki, there is a character who wears a black costume but play an active role on the stage.
  730. In Kabuki, various kinds of music are used.
  731. In Kabuki, various plays exist, such as Farmers' Kabuki, performed in farming areas, and the play on a Hikiyama festival float, performed in urban areas' Hikiyama-matsuri Festival.
  732. In Kaga Province and Noto Province in Hokuriku-do (the Hokuriku area) also, maneuvering of local Minamoto families commenced.
  733. In Kaga Province, devotees to Hongan-ji Temple drove Masachika TOGASHI away (Kaga Ikko Ikki or Ikko Sect Uprising in Kaga).
  734. In Kaga Province, the powers of ikki expelled the Togashi clan, which belonged to the Eastern Camp in the Onin War and had served as the shugo.
  735. In Kaga domain, for example, the Kanazawa city ginza had a group of silversmiths, who minted silver coins hallmarked as domain currency in the early Edo Period.
  736. In Kaga, against the backdrop of the power expansion of the Honganji Buddhist sect in the generation of Rennyo, Kaga Ikko-ikki occurred in 1488 and the Honganji Buddhist sect in Kaga expelled the Shugo Togashi clan, with the result that Kaga was called "a country ruled by peasants."
  737. In Kagawa Prefecture, the custom of dedicating bon toro is seen in the west-central part, such as Sakaide City.
  738. In Kagawa Prefecture, which is known for Sanuki udon ("Sanuki" is the old name of the prefecture), many households have their own "dashi-joyu" (soup stock seeped into soy sauce), which is used as an udon sauce.
  739. In Kagero Nikki, her last diary entry was on New Year's Eve at the age of 39, which was 20 years before date of her death.
  740. In Kagoshima Prefecture, Satsuma-Heki was popular; in Okayama Prefecture during the Edo period, Bizen-Heki was taught to the Tokuyama family iat the teachers' house of the Hekito school.
  741. In Kagoshima Prefecture, the ghost's hometown, an object like a white piece of cloth was seen flying low.
  742. In Kagoshima Prefecture, there is a popular belief that "Nobushige did not die in the battle, but ran away together with Hideyori/Shigenari in Taniyama (Kagoshima City)."
  743. In Kagoshima, his older brother began some work and readjusted the family, however he committed a crime and the family name was taken; and Ryojiro was implicated in that and sent to Okinoerabu-jima Island (according to the description from the Kagoshima Prefectural Library).
  744. In Kagoshima, it has been handed down that Shiro AMAKUSA had another name, Hidetsuna TOYOTOMI.
  745. In Kagura in Kyogen, as in "Daihannya" (Sutra of Great Wisdom), the mai-goto danced by a miko with a bell is enlivened by music with fue and kotsuzumi, imitating the section for bells in Sanbaso (a dance dedicated to the shrine and performed in a Japanese style with three dolls, Chitose, Okina and Sanbaso, manipulated by three doll handlers).
  746. In Kagurada and the Wada-toge Pass (Seven Companies)
  747. In Kai Province which was entirely governed by the Tokugawa Shogunate, Shingen was respected as a person who commenced the original system based on Koshu sanpo (taxation law); Daishogiri zeiho (tax collection law), Koshu gold, and Koshu masu (measuring container).
  748. In Kai and Shinano Provinces, the power of shugo had been weakened and influential kokujin made their own territory their base.
  749. In Kai, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, who had escaped to Okazaki, dispatched his vassals to Kai in an effort to seize the property inheritance of Baisetsu in the name of mobilizing a punitive force against Mitsuhide and supporting Hidetaka at the same time.
  750. In Kai, there were gold mines such as Kurokawa Kinzan (Kurokawa Gold Mine), Yunooku Kinzan (Yunooku gold mine), that boasted bountiful reserves of gold and were operated during the period governed by Shingen.
  751. In Kaitenzushi there are toppings and fillings that are not normally used for sushi and here we list some particular examples.
  752. In Kakegawa, he restored the castle and constructed the castle-town.
  753. In Kakitsu War occurred on July 21 of the following year, 1441, Yoshinori was assassinated by his vassal Mitsusuke AKAMATSU, and Nobukata joined the army to destroy the Akamatsu clan in accordance with the order of the shogunate.
  754. In Kakyo, which hired the Han race, a Neo-Confucianism line of commentary was selected along with "Annotation and Interpretation Learning of Thirteen Classics" as the commentaries to rely on.
  755. In Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), officials who were in charge of temples and shrines were called "Jisha-bugyo."
  756. In Kamakura bakufu, Yasumori who was supported by tozama gokenin (nonhereditary lower-ranking vassal in the Kamakura period) competed against Tokuso's vassal party led by Yoritsuna.
  757. In Kamakura bakufu, the Minamoto family was divided into two types: gomonyo (a family with honorary status) who were allowed to use the family name Minamoto depending on their blood line or achievements; and families who were not permitted to call themselves Minamoto and used myoji (family name).
  758. In Kamakura in 1305, the Kagen War occurred, in which rensho (assistant to regents) Tokimura HOJO, Sadaaki's father-in-law, was killed by a Tokuso's vassal and gokenin (immediate vassal of the shogunate) who claimed to have an order from Sadatoki.
  759. In Kamakura period, MINAMOTO no Yoritomo highly regarded warriors who were very aware of kojitsu and tried to restore kojitsu.
  760. In Kamakura period, even after the Ritsuryo system virtually collapsed, Kokuga (administrative organ) was still placed in each province and controlled it.
  761. In Kamakura period, it seems that the temple was categorized as the lowest level temple within the Byodo-in school
  762. In Kamakura, Imperial Prince Morinaga, a prince of Emperor Godaigo, was being confined after he was expelled from the Kenmu Government.
  763. In Kamakura, Sakai City, and Hakata, research has been conducted on the lands where the remains of factories of shichusen were found.
  764. In Kamakura, Takauji gave onsho (reward grants), at his discretion, to those who followed him in the battle of suppressing the war, ignored the Kenmu Government's order to return to Kyoto and became alienated from the Kenmu government.
  765. In Kamakura, he became the chief priest of the Kencho-ji Temple after Rankei Doryu died.
  766. In Kamakura, his residence was on the side of Komachi-dori avenue near the third gate of the Hachimangu, near current Kamakura-bori (Kamakura style carving) Tsubakido shop.
  767. In Kamakura, rumor spread that Yoritomo had been killed, which worried Masako; and Noriyori, who was at Kamakura at the time, consoled Masako by telling her, 'Please be calm in the knowledge that I will be here to protect the Minamoto family.'
  768. In Kamakura, the Kamakura shogunfu (local institution of Kenmu government) was established, and Imperial Prince Nariyoshi, a prince of Emperor Godaigo, and Naoyoshi ASHIKAGA, Takauji's younger brother, were appointed to its head and shikken respectively.
  769. In Kamigamo region, a school guard team is volunteered to be organized, supported by various groups centered in a residents' joint association, to watch the children, especially commuting to and from school and home safely.
  770. In Kamigata (Kyoto and Osaka area) during the Edo period, in fact, Banshu somen had fallen behind Nada somen from Settsu Province.
  771. In Kamigata (Kyoto and Osaka area), he wrote, "Yamaji kite naniyara yukashi sumiregusa," (on a mountain path, somehow so moving: wild violets) before he headed back home.
  772. In Kamigata (Kyoto and Osaka area), influential roshi (masterless samurai) such as Kuniomi HIRANO, Izumi MAKI, Hachiro KIYOKAWA and Tesseki FUJIMOTO gathered where they waited for a visit by Hisamitsu SHIMAZU to Kyoto.
  773. In Kamigata Kumagoro and Hachigoro appear only in 'Camel' (where Kumagoro is called 'Impatient Kumagoro), 'Ghost in the Kitchen Stove,' 'Easygoing Kumagoro,' 'Hachigoro the Monk,' and 'Hachigoro.'
  774. In Kamigata rakugo (from the Kyoto and Osaka area), it is usual to include the music of a geza (background musician) in every genre of rakugo as the hamemono (musical accompaniment for stage effect) during the storytelling, but in Tokyo (Edo rakugo) it is not.
  775. In Kamigata rakugo a simple bookrack called a kendai or a low single-leaf screen called a hiza-kakushi are sometimes placed in front of the storyteller.
  776. In Kamigata rakugo the kendai is used like a desk.
  777. In Kamigata rakugo, a series of performances relating to travel are often performed as zenza-banashi.
  778. In Kamigata rakugo, however, the premature death of Shijaku II in 1999 was also influential to a large extent.
  779. In Kamigata, "form" is not given importance, and exerting one's originality and ingenuity is considered important with respect to performance.
  780. In Kamigata, Kanpei thrusts a sword while his comrades are checking the wound, in other words, immediately before Kanpei is cleared of suspicion.
  781. In Kamigata, Kanpei wears a costume of cotton, and haori (a Japanese half-coat) is put on after committing suicide.
  782. In Kamigata, brown earthenware tokkuri that can contained five go (900 milliliters) or one sho (1.8 liters) was used.
  783. In Kamigata, on the other hand, storytellers belong to entertainment companies, including Yoshimoto Kogyo, Shochiku Geino Co., Ltd., and Office Beicho, resulting from Kamigata rakugo's peculiar development after the War.
  784. In Kamigata, the meaning of "futatsudama" is interpreted as "futatsudama no tsuyogusuri," which means "a powerful bullet using double the amount of gunpowder," and therefore, only a single bullet is fired.
  785. In Kamigata-rakugo and onkyoku-banashi there are some further accompaniments to performances such as hamemono, and kakiwari and tsuke (sound effects produced by striking a wooden board called a tsukeita with a clapper) are both used in shibai-banashi.
  786. In Kamisho Kumano Gongen Deity of Suo Province (currently Yamaguchi Prefecture), ryuto is said to appear on New Year's Eve.
  787. In Kamiumi (giving birth to gods), Oyamatsumi was born between Izanagi and Izanami.
  788. In Kanaoka-mura (Osaka Prefecture), Kita-ku (Sakai City), Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture, where KOSE no Kanaoka is believed to have lived, there is Kanaoka-jinja Shrine that enshrines KOSE no Kanaoka, and it is the source of names such as Kanaoka-cho and Osaka Prefectural Kanaoka High School.
  789. In Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture, there is a custom that the whole family enjoy colorful tsujiura-senbei as good lucky charms, and even now the scene of tsujiura production in Japanese sweets shops is a special feature at the year end.
  790. In Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture, there is a dish called Tai no Karamushi (Chinese-style steamed sea bream), which is prepared by stuffing two sea bream with okara through a cut in their backs and then steaming them, after which they are served on a plate with their stomachs facing each other at a wedding party.
  791. In Kanazawa City, there was a custom of putting up wood carvings of Tenjin and multiple servants until around 1960.
  792. In Kanji characters Hanpen is written 半片, 半平, 半弁, or 鱧餅.
  793. In Kanjin sumo, each of the Edo zumo, Kyoto zumo and Osaka zumo didn't have its own group of wrestlers; instead, groups of wrestlers were invited from regions to participate in spectacular sumo matches by contract with the organizer of the kanjin.
  794. In Kannon-ji Temple in Kurume City, Fukuoka Prefecture, there is a mummified hand which is reported to be Ushioni's.
  795. In Kansai Kabuki, which did not have a sufficient number of middle class actors because of the successive deaths by famous actors during and after the War, Jukai played a central role together with Jusaburo BANDO and, after Jusaburo's death, kept watching it as the leader.
  796. In Kansai Region, maru-mochi (round mochi) is the mainstream which is shaped by kneading and rounding mochi with hands right after pounding it.
  797. In Kansai area, there are other donburimono which are similar to Oyako-don: Wakatake (young bamboo)-don (bamboo shoot is cooked with lightly beaten egg), Haikara (stylish)-don (bits of fried tempura batter is cooked with lightly beaten egg), Kinugasa (umbrella)-don (deep-fried tofu is cooked with lightly beaten egg) and so on.
  798. In Kansai area, where the size of tatami is larger than that of Kanto, the top section is a little bit shorter than the ratio of two to one.
  799. In Kansai octopus is eaten on this day while in Sanuki they eat udon, and in Ono City, Fukui Prefecture they have a custom of eating grilled mackerel on this day.
  800. In Kansai region it is often called "Otaimatsu" (means "Shuni-e (Omizutori, Water-Drawing Festival)").
  801. In Kansai region, 'tejime' is referred to as 'teuchi.'
  802. In Kansai region, dorayaki (Japanese dessert consisting of two slices of kasutera [sponge cake] with red bean jam in between) is called 'Mikasa Manju' (bun stuffed with azuki-bean paste), or 'Mikasa yaki' as the shape of dorayaki is similar to that of Mt. Mikasa.
  803. In Kansai, "candy" drinks, just like Amazake (sweet mild sake), are often offered to visitors at many temples and shrines during New Year's holidays.
  804. In Kansai, Suzuributa is called kuchidori (a mouthful dish of assorted delicacies); the contents are similar, but the custom is to eat in situ there.
  805. In Kansai, a type of koma called 'daibiro' was often used; made of water-buffalo horn and without any weights, it was designed with a large base.
  806. In Kansai, ebi-imo (literally, shrimp potato) etc. is used.
  807. In Kansai, eel is not steamed before or after broiling.
  808. In Kansai, it is often served at food wagons at festival, okonomiyaki (savory pancake) shops, udon/soba restaurants, tea stalls and tea houses.
  809. In Kansai, tempura prepared in a kitchen is served to customers.
  810. In Kansaifu-okonomiyaki, the majority eat it using small spatulas, but some eat using chopsticks.
  811. In Kansei era (1789-1801), he appeared right after Sharaku TOSHUSAI and drew yakusha-e (prints of Kabuki actors) similar to those drawn by Sharaku.
  812. In Kanshin-ji Temple which was a family temple of Masashige KUSUNOKI, there is a record that shows that Masashige spent his boyhood at Kanshin-ji Temple.
  813. In Kanto Region, pounded mochi which is still board-shaped is also sold and this mochi is cut at each home into desired sizes and is eaten.
  814. In Kanto region a temporal rain such as shigure is called a passing shower in all seasons.
  815. In Kanto region it is called Shirasu boshi and used to be shipped as half dried fish, however the difference between Chirimenjako and Shirasuboshi is not so distinct nowadays.
  816. In Kanto region, Yoshisada NITTA, who was a gokenin in Kozuke Province and took up arms, won successive victories against the army of bakufu and advanced into Kamakura.
  817. In Kanto region, too, railway companies such as Keisei Electric Railway Co., Ltd., Keihin Electric Express Railway Co., Ltd., and Narita Railway (the current JR Narita Line) were established for the purpose of transporting visitors to shrines and temples.
  818. In Kanto, Kanpei changes his costume to the blue-colored silk one while Osai is conversing with others.
  819. In Kanto, Tokai, Nishi-Nihon (West Japan) and Kita-Kyushu (Northern Kyushu), roasted soybeans (irimame) are used.
  820. In Kanto, chitoseame's materials are thick malt syrup and sugar.
  821. In Kanto, during mid-January of the same year, Masakado led an army of 5,000 men and advanced to Hitachi province, in search of the whereabouts of TAIRA no Sadamori and Korechika's son, FUJIWARA no Tamenori.
  822. In Kanto, eel is steamed before broiling.
  823. In Kanto, for example, Kanpei thrusts a sword into his belly when he says, "I killed my father-in-law," and his comrades shout, "Oh, no, can that be true?"
  824. In Kanto, on the other hand, it is rarely seen other than in fancy Japanese restaurants, so it is not really seen as an everyday food.
  825. In Karuizawa, he also drove a schoolmate's own car, the Alfa Romeo.
  826. In Karyukai (the world of the geisha), geisha (Japanese professional female entertainers at drinking parties), yujo (a prostitute), etc. tradtionally put on atsugesho.
  827. In Kasama City, Ibaraki Prefecture, there is a Kubizuka (tomb of the head) for Tenguto members.
  828. In Kashima City, Ibaraki Prefecture, there is a 'grave of Tenguto' for the 23 members of Tenguto who belonged to a troop called Ohira-gumi Group and were executed.
  829. In Kashima, Saga Prefecture, customs like eating funan kogui (local cuisine of Kashima city, Saga prefecture), which was associated with the Jinshin Rebellion still continued.
  830. In Kasuga-taisha Shrine (Nara City), makeup is characterized by clearly painting the shape of their faces white.
  831. In Kasui-en, you can enjoy services of traditional Japanese inns while staying in the hotel.
  832. In Katakawase
  833. In Katashida
  834. In Katata, they governed themselves, by 'Katata-shu' (autonomous organization in Katata) composed of Tonobara-shu (a group of Jizamurai [local samurai]) and Zenjin-shu (a group of artisans, tradesmen and farmers) and they were also called 'Katata Kozoku' (autonomous organization in Katata).
  835. In Katsuura Shopping Street, streets become pedestrian paradise and a parade is held, and events which take place include 'Katsuura Hinamatsuri Hiking' organized by JR East on the last Saturday and Sunday during the period.
  836. In Katsuyori TAKEDA's time, commotion in the territory occurred because of the defeat in the Battle of Nagashino and the Takeda clan was ruined by the attack by the allied forces of the Oda and Tokugawa clans and gozoku in Shinano rendered homage and service to the Oda clan.
  837. In Kavkaz, there is a men's national costume designed with a number of pencil-like objects, which are wooden cartridges, lined along the chest.
  838. In Kawabiki, the timber is pulled up from the river before Uji-bashi Bridge into the precincts of the Naiku, and handed over to the Jingu in front of Sanshuden.
  839. In Kawajiri
  840. In Kazakhstan, as known from the example in the Aral Sea, inappropriate agricultural policies caused underground water and wake water to be pumped excessively, expanding dry areas.
  841. In Kazunaga SUGAWARA's diary, "Higashiboujou Kazunaga Kyouki", he wrote on August 1st of 1494 that "it is said in secret that the monk IKKYUU is a prince, the illegitimate child of Gokomatsu.
  842. In Keage, Keage Purification Plant and Keage Power Plant produced tap water and electric power.
  843. In Keihan Railway the transfer information at Rokujizo Station and Obaku Station aren't announced on the train.
  844. In Keihan, some ticket sellers places a vertical large flag with winning numbers of ataritomi and even shops without any winning number placed a imitated flag.
  845. In Keihanshin (Osaka, Kyoto and Kobe) region it is called Hone (bone) Shogatsu or Atama (head) Shogatsu because people eat the bones and heads of yellow tales prepared for the New Year, simmering with sake lees, vegetables soybeans etc.
  846. In Keihanshin in particular, private railroad companies laid down many lines, and development of the areas along the railroads were promoted mainly by the railroad companies.
  847. In Keihanshin, construction of the interurban routes (inter-city trains) modeled after those of the United States of America has flourished.
  848. In Keiichiro RYU's novels, "Yoshiwara Gomenjo" and its sequel "Kakuresato Kugaiko," he makes appearance as 'Gisen YAGYU'.
  849. In Keka, after chanting the names of various Buddhas, they chorus shoku reckoning up the figure or kudoku of Eleven-faced Kannon and adore repeatedly by each verse.
  850. In Kendo (Japanese martial art of fencing), Nihon kendo kata (Japanese kendo forms) also includes some kodachi forms, but generally they are not employed in kendo training so often.
  851. In Kendo, heavy protective gears and bamboo swords which hurt players if they are hit are used and strict training is necessary, therefore it was difficult to be developed as an international sport.
  852. In Kenpo Daikoryo (literally, The Grand Outline of the Constitution) reported to the throne by Tomomi IWAKURA the next year, the title 'Tenno' was used.
  853. In Ki Province, one priest refused to take the invocation charm for the reason of his own impiety and Ippen agonized a lot about it.
  854. In Kiki (the Kojiki and Nihonshoki), Nagasune is said to be the name of a large village.
  855. In Kiki shinwa (the mythology described in Kojiki and Nihonshoki), Shiotsuchinooji plays an important role of providing information to the characters and suggesting the way they should take.
  856. In Kinai (areas around Kyoto and Osaka), myoshu were mostly influential farmers who were themselves engaged in farming, but in other areas, especially in Kanto regions (region including Tokyo), retainers of warrior class were often included among myoshu.
  857. In Kinai (now refers to Osaka, Kobe and Kyoto areas), Hinin had strong ties with influential temples and shrines since the feudal period and many remained under the control.
  858. In Kinai region (the five capital provinces surrounding the ancient capitals of Nara and Kyoto), Akinobu KITABATAKE, Akitsune CHIKUSA, Masanori KUSUNOKI and the remnant army of Naoyoshi faction combined their forces to defeat Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA and took back Kyoto.
  859. In Kinai region (the five capital provinces surrounding the ancient capitals of Nara and Kyoto), a number of giant kofun (ancient burial mound) were built.
  860. In Kinai region, the Haniwa were disappeared as large keyhole-shaped tomb mounds declined in the late Tumulus period (around the middle of the sixth century), however, in Kanto region, where large keyhole-shaped tomb mounds were built vigorously, the Haniwa still continued to be made.
  861. In Kinai, Nagayoshi MIYOSHI, a child of the late Motonaga, and Nobumasa (Hisamune) IKEDA, the powerful Kokujin in Settsu, were emerging.
  862. In Kindai shakaku seido, the ranking of shrines is largely classified into Kansha (official shrines receiving offerings from the country) and Shosha (local shrines receiving offerings from local governments).
  863. In Kinki region, there is a moat settlement from the first half of the Early Yayoi period found at Daikai site in Kobe city, while none is known from the Initial Yayoi period.
  864. In Kinmon Incident that occurred in August of the following year (1864), the Takatsukasa's residence was attacked by the armies of Aizu, Satsuma and the bakufu to burn down because samurai of the Choshu clan including Gensui KUSAKA and Chuzaburo TERASHIMA shut themselves inside it.
  865. In Kisegawa Hachiman-jinja Shrine in Shimizu-cho, Sunto-gun, Shizuoka Prefecture, the stone named Taimen-ishi is placed where is said that Yoritomo and Yoshitsune met to pledge to expel the Taira clan together.
  866. In Kishiwada City Osaka Prefecture, there is the mazeyaki called 'kashiminyaki' (Japanese pancake), which uses chicken and beef fat as ingredients.
  867. In Kishu, Saigato became internally divided and there was conflict between Magoichi SUZUKI, who supported Nobunaga and Heiji DOBASHI who were against Nobunaga and their power decreased.
  868. In Kita Kanto (Northern Kanto), red miso made from barley is produced.
  869. In Kita Kyushu City there is a dish called Tenmado (skylight window), in which noodles such as yaki udon with an egg dropped into a dent are overturned and broiled.
  870. In Kitakawachi (ironically, it is placed further east than the 'Higashi' region) which possesses a big danjiri, many groups inherit the danjiri-bayashi of this style, and moreover, perform combining original hayashi based on it.
  871. In Kitano-jinja Shrine, its vicinity and the southern suburb of Kyoto in the vicinity of Toba (suburb of Kyoto) where many detached palaces were built were becoming a new city with access to the Uji-gawa River or Yodo-gawa River.
  872. In Kiyoshikojin Seicho-ji temple, the head temple of the Shingon sect of Buddhism, Hotei is regarded as a family member of Sanpo-kojin (guardian deity of Buddha, the sutras, and the sangha).
  873. In Kiyoyasu's day, the seventh head of the Matsudaira clan, Tadamasa HONDA in Ina, Hoi County, supported Kiyoyasu when he attacked Yoshida-jo Castle and Tahara.
  874. In Ko 'headed by KOSHI NO KIMI' (no given name), as many as six members died in one year, because the first half of the ninth century was a rare time in ancient Japanese history when natural disasters occurred continuously.
  875. In Kobayashi and Iino
  876. In Kobe City, nimaigai (bivalve, a purple Washington clam) called 'ogai' (big shell) is also often used.
  877. In Kobe, seiyo-kan buildings that were built in the Meiji period are called ijin-kan buildings (former residences of early foreign settlers), while those that were built during the Taisho period and during the Showa period prior to the start of the Second World War are called yo-kan buildings.
  878. In Kochi Prefecture, it is said that a man named Jirokichi in Okanouchi Village (present-day Kami City) saw Ushioni in 1776, when a severe drought struck.
  879. In Kochi Prefecture, the cooking methods for a variety of whale-based dishes have been handed down centered on the area around the Kochi castle of the Tosa domain.
  880. In Kodama Gun, Saitama Prefecture, someone who tried to cut down a Tengu pine fell off a branch and was seriously injured; this is believed to have happened because Tengu kicked him out of the tree.
  881. In Kodo Kumiko, Genjiko-no-Zu is expressed by smelling five scents and then linking the heads of the longitudinal lines that seem to be the same scents with horizontal lines
  882. In Kofun period (tumulus period), the haniwa (ancient burial clay figurines) shaped like a boy wore a top kimono that overlapped in front and had separate trouser-like clothing for the bottom.
  883. In Kofun period, huge tumuli with the length of over 200m were constructed at the foot of mountains.
  884. In Koga, the highest rank was not Jonin, but Chunin.
  885. In Kogoshima Prefecture, products costing around 1500 yen are mainly consumed, but higher price and quality conscious taste shochu were released to meet the needs for better taste and from the enthusiasm of makers.
  886. In Koguryo, it was considered a symbol of the grandson of the sun goddess, and a wall painting of an old burial mound also has a picture of the three-legged crow.
  887. In Kojiki (Records of Ancient Matters), he was the first god born between Izanagi and Izanami during kamiumi (birth of the gods) after completing the kuni-umi (the birth of (the land) of Japan).
  888. In Kojiki (The Records of Ancient Matters), it is described that whale meat was presented to Emperor Jimmu in 712.
  889. In Kojiki and Nihonshoki, the narrative took place in Izumo Province, but other provinces seem to have conducted 'kuniyuzuri' for the Yamato sovereignty in some kind of way.
  890. In Kojiki and the main body of Nihonshoki, etc., was the third to be born, and since it was born from a fundamental element of Amaterasu Omikami, it was considered to be a mikogami (the child god in a shrine where parent child gods are enshrined) of Amaterasu Omikami.
  891. In Kojiki the name of the palace is written with different Chinese characters, '長谷之列木宮,' but pronounced the same.
  892. In Kojiki, Ame no Minakanushi no Kami is described as the first god who made an appearance in "Takamagahara" (the Plain of High Heaven or the Japanese Olympus) at the time of the creation of heaven and earth (Japanese mythology).
  893. In Kojiki, Kaminoyonanayo are Junihashira nanayo no kami (Twelve deities of seven generations) who appeared after Kotoamatsukami (Literally, Separate heavenly kami).
  894. In Kojiki, Nakisawame is described as the 'goddess who sits under the tree of uneo on the Mt. Kaguyama.'
  895. In Kojiki, Toyokumono was the second one to come into being as Kamiyonanayo following Kuninotokotachi no kami.
  896. In Kojiki, a similar setsuwa exists for Susano and Oogetsuhime.
  897. In Kojiki, at the creation of deities, he was born from the urine of Izanami (the Shinto goddess who gave birth to Japan), who got burnt and fell ill after giving birth to Kagutsuchi, the god of fire.
  898. In Kojiki, god of mountains, Oyamatsumi and god of fields, Kayano-hime, were born after this.
  899. In Kojiki, he is called Yamatotarashihiko kunioshihitonomikoto or Oyamatotarashihiko Kunioshihitonomikoto.
  900. In Kojiki, it is described as the god created by matter growing like budding reed, after the appearance of Zoka-sanshin (three gods of creation), when the world on earth was like oil floating on water, drifting around in chaos like jellyfish.
  901. In Kojiki, it is recorded that Emperor Jimmu died at the age of 137 and his mausoleum was located in Kashi no one, north of Mount Unebi, while in Nihonshoki, it is recorded that he died at the age of 127 and was buried in Unebi no yama no Ushitora no Misasagi.
  902. In Kojiki, it is said that following four pairs (eight in total) gods and goddess were born between Hayaakitsuhiko and Hayaakitsuhime.
  903. In Kojiki, it is written that he was the first boy (the second boy in an Arufumi [supplement volumes of explanatory notes in Nihonshoki] of Nihonshoki) of five princes who were born when Susanoo (a deity in Japanese mythology) was given a magadama (comma-shaped bead) by Amaterasu (the sun goddess) during their ukei (pledge).
  904. In Kojiki, it is written 豊玉毘売 and 豊玉毘売命 (Toyotama-bime), and in Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan) and Sendai Kujihongi (Ancient Japanese History), 豊玉姫 and 豊玉姫命 (Toyotamahime no Mikoto).
  905. In Kojiki, the pedigree record of Susanoo (Deity in Japanese Mythology) defines it as a child who was born between Susanoo and Kamu-oichi-hime (the daughter of Oyamatsumi) and a brother of Otoshi no kami.
  906. In Kojiki, there is a description that "Emperor Keiko's misasagi is in Yamanobe no michi noe."
  907. In Kojiki, there is a description that "his misasagi is located in Unebiyama no mihoto."
  908. In Kojiki, there is a description that the Imperial Palace was "Katashio no ukiana no miya."
  909. In Kojiki, two gods, Kanayamahiko-no-kami and Kanayamabime-no-kami were born, and in the third "alternate writing" of Nihonshoki, only Kanayamahiko-no-kami was born.
  910. In Kojikiden (Commentaries on the Kojiki), it said that their name should have written as '石根析' (Iwanesaku) but it was divided into two and named their Shinmyo.
  911. In Koka County, Omi Province, Koga ninja played important roles over the Sengoku period and the early in the Edo period.
  912. In Kokin Waka Rokujo, the first three lines of waka is "wagakimiha chiyonimashimase (literally, "my lord may live a thousand years) and also in a certain old manuscript of Kokin-Wakashu, it is written "mashimase."
  913. In Kokin Wakashu Kanajo (Japanese preface of the Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry), he is described as follows; 'The poems of OTOMO no Kuronushi are scruffy and have little character. It's like a old man, carrying firewood on his back in a mountain village, is resting under a flower tree.'
  914. In Kokin Wakashu Kanajo (Preface of Kokinwakashu written in kana by KI no Tsurayuki), his poems were described as follows.
  915. In Kokin Wakashu Kanajo, KAKINOMOTO no Hitomaro and YAMABE no Akahito are remarked as Great Poets with special treatment; on the other hand, Rokkasen poets were evaluated as far inferior to two Great Poets, as described above.
  916. In Kokubetsushiki, introduction of the deceased, memorial address, presentation of telegram of condolences, Shoko or Kenka and a speech by a representative of the surviving family are performed.
  917. In Kokufu and the surrounding area, Masakado's army ruthlessly looted and rioted.
  918. In Kokura-guchi, the alliance of Kyushu domains lead by the commander Nagamichi OGASAWARA and the Choshu clan lead by Shinsaku TAKASUGI and Aritomo YAMAGATA had several armed contacts across the Kanmon-kaikyo Strait (Ogura War).
  919. In Komagabayashi, Nagata Ward, Kobe City, there is a burial mound containing his severed arm (TAIRA no Tadanori udezuka - a local cultural property of Kobe City), and there is also a dozuka (burial mound containing a severed torso) near by.
  920. In Komagaku, there are three types of modes--Koma Ichikotsucho (E), Koma Hyojo (F#), and Koma Shocho (A)--and the notes of Koma Hyojo used in Komagaku are two tones higher than the ones used in Michigaku (Gagaku music performed in marches).
  921. In Komuro, he fitted out a Jinya (regional government office) and built a tea house, but it is considered that he rarely used them.
  922. In Kongo school, the title is written using Chinese characters, "卒塔婆小町."
  923. In Koninshiki (a lecture written by O no Hitonaga), there is a description on this genealogy that 'it can be seen neither in Zushoryo (the Bureau of Drawings and Books) nor private libraries,' which shows that it had been already lost.
  924. In Konjaku Monogatari (The Tale of Times Now Past), his name is recorded as one of three vassals of MINAMOTO no Yorimitsu.
  925. In Kono-jinja Shrine, two mirrors called the Okitsukagami and the Hetsukagami have been handed down from generation to generation.
  926. In Korai futeisho (Poetic Styles from the Past), it is translated like this: Harusugite natsu zo kinurashi shirotae no koromo kawakasu Amanokagu-yama (meaning is the same)
  927. In Korea after Japanese-Korea Treaty of Amity was concluded, military system reform with Japanese support left many solders unemployed, and the remaining soldiers in the old-fashioned military force were not paid on time.
  928. In Korea after the Ganghwa Island incident, confrontation escalated between the Enlightenment Party (Independence Party), the pro-Japanese group seeking radial westernization, and the Conservative Party (Serving the Great' Party), the pro-Qing group seeking gradual reforms.
  929. In Korea and Taiwan, buildings in the neoclassical architectural style remaining from the period of Japan's rule are prominent.
  930. In Korea at this time, not King Gojong, still young, but his father Heungseon Daewongun held onto power trying to do away with tyranny and the old system established by his material relatives, the Kim clan of the Andong district.
  931. In Korea in the period of Joseon Dynasty, the agricultural lands were devastated, and the people were hounded and deprived by government officials, yangban (traditional ruling class or nobles of dynastic Korea during the Joseon Dynasty) and loan sharks.
  932. In Korea the Mid-Autumn Festival (August 15 in the old calendar) and Buddha's Birthday (April 8 in the old calendar) are celebrated.
  933. In Korea the old calendar is often called "the lunar calendar" otherwise "the old calendar.")
  934. In Korea where no modern state system was established, the ownership system for land was not clear, and thus yangban (traditional ruling class or nobles of dynastic Korea during the Joseon Dynasty) often grabbed land with violence and peasants kept fighting over the land.
  935. In Korea, Demae service is available traditionally in ordering Cha Jan Myon (Korean noodle dish that is popular among the people) like Ramen in Japan.
  936. In Korea, Koshu was pronounced as Konju, and indicated a daughter of a king and queen, while a daughter from other king consort was given a title of Okishu or 翁主.
  937. In Korea, after Japan defeated Shin in Sino-Japanese War, Empress Myeongseong took precautions against Japan of which dominating power was further increasing in Korea.
  938. In Korea, citizens' speech meetings were held, the denouncement of Isshin-kai and an anti-Japanese trend rapidly increased, and Japanese newspaper reporters in Korea violently criticized Isshin-kai.
  939. In Korea, it was used for kimchi (original form) before chili pepper was brought over.
  940. In Korea, only technology was indirectly imported from the West through China.
  941. In Korea, the King's father Daewongun governed the country instead of the King at that time, adopting the policy of national isolation and expulsion of foreigners, and Korean people was in high spirits.
  942. In Korea, the first official history was the biographical annal "Samguk Sagi" ("History of the Three Kingdoms", completed in 1145), which was created by Busik KIM of the Goryeo dynasty and covered the history of the three kingdoms of Goguryeo, Baekje, and Silla; it is also Korea's oldest extant history book of any kind.
  943. In Korea, the intervention encouraged the rise of pro-Russian politicians, such as Queen Min.
  944. In Korea, the order of bobbed hair had been abolished at the time of Rokanhasen, so such brobbed hair was unthinkable for general public.
  945. In Korea, the reliability of international law declined but people did not put away their trust on international law.
  946. In Korea, the system was introduced at the end of the Joseon Dynasty.
  947. In Korea, the term of 'wutu' is included in descriptions for around 174 A.D. in "Samguk Sagi" (History of the Three Kingdoms) in the Silla period.
  948. In Korea, there is a shaman-like presence called "mudang" (written as 巫堂).
  949. In Korea, there is a traditional tea called 'yuzu citron tea' (pronounced yujicha), which is made by diluting yuzu citron simmered like marmalade with hot water or water.
  950. In Korean Peninsula, '膾 or 鱠, namasu' is called 'fue.'
  951. In Korean, they are both pronounced as Bogo JANG (? ??).
  952. In Koriyama City, triangle manju-gata (style of bun with bean-jam filling) yubeshi which is made by wrapping the paste with yubeshi dough is widely known.
  953. In Koryu-ji Temple
  954. In Koshigaya City which is the biggest producer of arrowhead in the Prefecture, a local research association has produced the world's first beer using arrowhead tubers and they are making an effort to spread the consumption of arrowhead tubers.
  955. In Koshinto (the ancient Shinto), himorogi (a temporarily erected sacred space or "altar" used as a locus of worship) and iwakura (dwelling place of a god, usually in reference to a large rock) are yorishiro of gods.
  956. In Koshinto and Shinto, Kekkai can be considered to be a representation of taboo in a certain space.
  957. In Koshinto and Shinto, sorei shinko (ancestor worship), one of their fundamental values, is believed to have been practiced in the Jomon Period, together with a concept of souls existing after death.
  958. In Koshu Hatto no Shidai (the Laws of the Province of Kai), it was defined that Yoriko would bring a suit to Yorioya regardless of its content.
  959. In Kosogyo, a trainee prostrates himself in the hall of worship of Jodo-in Temple 3000 times every day until he has a "koso."
  960. In Koya-san Mountain at that time, there were many lower rank priests who were not very religious and thought that being a priest was a tool to live and higher rank priests who were blinded with power.
  961. In Kubosama's castle, they saw Kamigyo destroyed and burned down and were deeply terrified and screamed.'
  962. In Kudara (Baekje, Paekche), it was recognized that the Iwai family, the family of the emperor of Japan, was destroyed in the `Iwai Rebellion.'
  963. In Kuge society, family status had become fixed in the Kamakura period and later.
  964. In Kuichigai-koguchi entrances, earthworks or stone walls were built in different directions, not in parallel, and an entrance was constructed at the side so that the enemy was compelled to follow the S-shaped pathway.
  965. In Kumagaya Prefecture, Kawase promoted the building of a modern yarn-making factory as a state-owned Tomioka Seishi-jo (Tomioka Silk Mill), and after its success he founded schools in Maebashi City and Kumagaya City.
  966. In Kumakogen-cho Town, Kamiukeana-gun County, Ehime Prefecture, there is also a legend that the original form of the Nue was Yorimasa's mother.
  967. In Kumamoto Domain (the Hosokawa clan), three hereditary Karo family, including the Matsui clan, the Yoneda clan and the Ariyoshi clan, were called "Jokei Sanke" (three noble families).
  968. In Kumamoto Prefecture in these days, all people in the warrior, farmer, artisan, and merchant classes seemed to adore the Satsuma soldiers, saying that there is nothing improper about them.
  969. In Kumamoto Prefecture, a group with an existing originator is handing down its doctrines.
  970. In Kumamoto Prefecture, they grow many cultivars of mikan by taking advantage of the mild hillside climate.
  971. In Kumamoto-jo Castle
  972. In Kumamoto-jo Castle, there is a room named 'Shokun no ma' and there is a tradition that this room was Hideyori's living room.
  973. In Kumano Sanzan (three major shrines, Kumano-Hongu-Taisha Shrine, Kumano-Hayatama-Taisha Shrine and Kumano-Nachi-Taisha Shrine), a crow has been worshipped as misakigami (appeased shiryo (the spirit of a dead person), or divine servant).
  974. In Kumano hayatama-taisha Shrine (Shingu City), Daihou-hachimangu Shrine (Shimozuma City) and Hachioji-sya Shrine (Konan City), a doll becomes Hitotumono.
  975. In Kumanokodo Road (especially in Kiiji route and in Nakahechi), there was Kujuku Oji, where nearly 100 Kumano Gongen were worshipped, extending from Watanabe-no-tsu (Kubotsu, Kubotsu) at the mouth of Yodogawa-river, the base of Osaka to Kumano Sanzan.
  976. In Kumanosho
  977. In Kumata in the northern part, five companies led by Shohei OGURA and Sanji SATO were deployed as a reserve troop to fight against the soldiers of Kumamoto Garrison.
  978. In Kunugi, Omuta City, there is a place that people believe there used to be a smithy of Tenta MIIKE.
  979. In Kure City, sailors were arrested since they participated in the riots.
  980. In Kurume City, Fukuoka Prefecture, the remains of what seems to be a location where Kyokusui no en was held before the eighth century was excavated, and there is a view that this is one of the reasons why Iwai, King of Tsukushi was blamed for 'his rudeness and disobedience to the Emperor.'
  981. In Kurume City, an organization called 'Japan's best yakitori association in Kurume' conducts activities such as exhibiting Kurume yakitori at a food festival called 'B-1 Grand Prix.'
  982. In Kusana, ミスラ was called Miiro, a name of Bactrian origin, and it is thought that this form of the word became the origin of Miroku.
  983. In Kusazoshi, Mushae, along with the boom in fantastical tales, came to be drawn by Kuniyoshi UTAGAWA and others.
  984. In Kutsuki-dani, he and his family harbored several Ashikaga shoguns who were driven out of Kyoto by the Hosokawa clan or the Miyoshi clan like Yoshizumi ASHIKAGA in 1507, Yoshiharu ASHIKAGA in 1528, and two more cases in 1551 after Harutsuna died.
  985. In Kuwait, the Prime Minister is considered the most likely candidate as the next Crown Prince.
  986. In Kyo language, there are many patterns creating new nouns from other word classes, like 'dadako' which is made from 'dadawo koneru ko' (a child who throws a terrible tantrum).
  987. In Kyoto City Sakyo Ward, there is also 'hakusai (napa cabbage) okonomiyaki' that uses napa cabbage instead of regular cabbage.
  988. In Kyoto City where an aesthetic area is best maintained, a total of approximately 1800 hectares is designated as an aesthetic area, and architectural structures are regulated by an ordinance on urban area landscape improvement.
  989. In Kyoto City, hikichigiri (flat mochi with sweet bean paste on it) is sometimes used instead of hishi mochi.
  990. In Kyoto Prefecture
  991. In Kyoto Prefecture and its vicinity, however, chaya also functioned as a brothel and a request for specific geisha was often times directly made to the concerned okiya or whereby customers could be entertained without moving to a brothel.
  992. In Kyoto Prefecture, 287 buildings and structures have been designated (including 48 national treasures).
  993. In Kyoto Prefecture, they also announced the imperial reign.
  994. In Kyoto Protocol of United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, it is called Land Use, Land Use Change and Forestry (LULUCF).
  995. In Kyoto Shimabara, he was murdered by someone.
  996. In Kyoto Shinzaemon SORORI II, Bunnosuke KATSURA in Kamigata and Edataro KATSURA I were popular.
  997. In Kyoto alone, as many as 82,000 of people starved to death, with the result that Kamo-gawa River presented a horrible spectacle by being filled up with corpses.
  998. In Kyoto and Minobu, yuba is written with kanji representing '湯葉 (leaves of hot water),' whereas in Nikko, it is written with kanji meaning '湯波 (ripples of hot water).'
  999. In Kyoto and Osaka where the oniwaban often visited on the ongokugoyo trip, the purveyors were stationed as the local staff to support the secretive investigation by the oniwaban.
  1000. In Kyoto and Osaka, something similar is sold on roadsides.

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