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  1. In Kyoto and so on, kudo means kamado itself and they call it 'Okudo san.'
  2. In Kyoto he performed "Saruwaka mai" and "Shinpochidaiko" with his biological son, Kanjiro NAKAMURA (later Kanzaburo NAKAMURA, the second) in the presence of Emperor Gosai.
  3. In Kyoto he took action to abrogate the unfair treaties and to expel the barbarians, together with Genzui KUSAKA and Izumi MAKI.
  4. In Kyoto he was granted an audience with Emperor Gomomozono.
  5. In Kyoto it is eaten especially during the Gion Festival (as mentioned below), and it is prized as being a typical summer dish.
  6. In Kyoto or Osaka, many people put the postfix 'ke?' instead of standard 'ka?' in interrogative sentence, however, in Maizuru, this 'ka' or 'ke' turns to 'ko?'
  7. In Kyoto there is a tradition to dedicate a votive sutra of chochin with the name of the baby when new baby is born.
  8. In Kyoto where salted mackerel, part of salted and dried marine products, brought from the Wakasa region was a valuable marine product before cold-storage technology was developed, this sushi was rooted (for details, refer to Saba-kaido Road (the highway used to transport fish such as 'saba' - mackerel - to Japan's ancient capital, Kyoto).
  9. In Kyoto, 'Otabe' is never referred to as Yatsuhashi in general.
  10. In Kyoto, Emperor Kanmu placed Daishogun-jinja Shrines enshrining Daishogun in four directions, immediately after relocating the capital to Heian-kyo (ancient Kyoto).
  11. In Kyoto, Issunboshi lived in the house of a Sangi (Councilor).
  12. In Kyoto, Tanuki soba means a bowl of soba in soup thickened with arrowroot starch topped with thinly sliced fried tofu, whereas, in Osaka, it means the soba dish which is known as Kitsune soba in the foregoing.
  13. In Kyoto, Udon noodles topped with deep-fried bean curd cut into strips, thick starchy sauce and grated ginger is called 'Tanuki-Udon.'
  14. In Kyoto, Yoriie was criticized for the death of a loyal subject like Kagetoki, and this was seen as his greatest failure.
  15. In Kyoto, Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA, Seii taishogun (literally, "great general who was to subdue the barbarians") confronted Nagayoshi MIYOSHI and Hisahide MATSUNAGA, and fled to Kutsuki-dani, Omi Province.
  16. In Kyoto, a Kyo-yasai Day falling upon the 15th day of every month was established to familiarize Kyo-yasai to many people, whether or not resident in Kyoto Prefecture, and efforts have been made to make such a day take root.
  17. In Kyoto, after he got acquainted with Shikibu TAKENOUCHI, he became a professor at Kogakusho (the Imperial Learning Place) and preached Imperialism to the Kugyo (high court nobles).
  18. In Kyoto, after visiting a lot of temples by a rickshaw, Yuko presented petitions on which front were written 'Mr. Official of Russia,' 'Messrs. Japanese Government' and 'Messrs. Government' to Kyoto prefectural office after seven p.m. on May 20.
  19. In Kyoto, clans from the southwest region, such as Choshu and Satsuma, involved themselves in national politics by making contacts with court nobles.
  20. In Kyoto, especially centered in Fushimi, so-called 'Tsukurizakaya' (a sake brewery) which produced sake in its own factories and had shops to sell the sake directly, began to flourish.
  21. In Kyoto, for example, as ties amongst a kin group were loosening and replaced by a sense of growing territorial connection, the idea of an Ubuko Area as the basis of Ubusunagami spread centering on Fushimi Inari-taisha Shrine, Kamigoryo-jinja Shrine, Kamo-jinja Shrine, Kitano-tenmangu Shrine.
  22. In Kyoto, fukisho (place of reminting) was established in these houses where reminting was started by cupellating method from the end of December by those who reminted bronze from Osaka, but from December of 1718, Osaka Reminting Place started to be responsible for all the works.
  23. In Kyoto, he did not belong to the Serizawa group (including Nishiki NIMI and Goro HIRAYAMA) or the Shieikan group (a group led by Isami KONDO, including Toshizo HIJIKATA and Soji OKITA), but belonged to the Tonouchi-Iesato group (including Negishi and Goichi SHIMIZU).
  24. In Kyoto, he had an audience with the Emperor Higashiyama.
  25. In Kyoto, he learned Yusoku kojitsu (court and samurai rules of ceremony and etiquette) by following the Higashibojo family, and had close relationships with Teikan TO and Tsunetada NAKAGAWA of Ise, who had extensive knowledge in this field.
  26. In Kyoto, he stayed at the house of a poet, Roan OZAWA, and studied the Imperial mausoleums (tumulus).
  27. In Kyoto, he studied medicine under Genko HORI and Kojun TAKEKAWA.
  28. In Kyoto, in addition to serving by succession as Takiguchi no musha (samurai guards of the Imperial Residence and the forerunner of the Konoe troops), the members of the Watanabe clan held some central governmental posts including Emonfu (Headquarters of the Outer Palace Guards) and Hyoefu (Headquarters of the Middle Palace Guards).
  29. In Kyoto, it seems that the term mizumaki has been used commonly instead of Uchimizu.
  30. In Kyoto, ochi-gai was exclusively women's work and they sold the purchased hairs wholesale to wig makers and sellers.
  31. In Kyoto, on the other hand, he accepted Gotakakurain's devotion.
  32. In Kyoto, only dried products, such as dried cods and dried herrings, were available.
  33. In Kyoto, only merchants, traders and performers, who had businesses with the Imperial Court, Gosho (Imperial Palace) and temples, were granted the Zuryomei such as Kami (Governor), Suke (Vice Governor) and Jo (Provincial Governor), and a privileged position to increase their prestige for the social standing and family business.
  34. In Kyoto, samurai on the Hosokawa side burnt a number of bridges including those at Uji and Yodo, and solidified the defense of the four key gates.
  35. In Kyoto, since they slip the skewer underneath the outer edge of yuba to lift it, yuba comes out in single-sheet form.
  36. In Kyoto, the Choshu clan was ousted in the Coup of August 18, by a coalition of the Satsuma and Aizu clans in the imperial court.
  37. In Kyoto, the Emperor's maternal grandfather, MINAMOTO no Michichika had political power as a Betto, in Kamakura after MINAMOTO no Yoritomo died in 1199, Tokimasa HOJO took the actual political control for Gokenin, where the Shogun has political power and the Samurai pledge their loyalty to the Shogun.
  38. In Kyoto, the Ou-gun Army fought against Takauji ASHIKAGA of the Northern Court faction and forced them to retreat to Kyushu.
  39. In Kyoto, the doso and sakaya had developed rapidly since the latter part of the Kamakura period.
  40. In Kyoto, the retired Emperor Kameyama, who is said to have carried out Koan tokusei (political reforms in the Koan era) with Yasumori was forced to terminate his Insei (government by a retired emperor) (Jimyoin line Emperor Fushimi ascended the throne.)
  41. In Kyoto, there are many shrines, temples and age-old stores, among which time-honored printing blocks have existed.
  42. In Kyoto, there is a custom for a baby-girl to go to a shrine earlier than a baby-boy, wishing that a baby-girl would marry early.
  43. In Kyoto, there is a habit of eating the Japanese confectionery called 'Minazuki' in the Nagoshi no harae.
  44. In Kyoto, there is a senbei which is made from wheat flour, eggs (which may have been added in later years) and sugar and is called 'karaita' (唐板) or 'karaita-senbei.'
  45. In Kyoto, there is a store called Yokaido, which is a renovated machiya (traditional Kyoto-style house), and the owner gives a guided yokai tour of Kyoto.
  46. In Kyoto, there is a story of him participating in a Kamakura-Muromachi Sumo competition presented to the imperial house ("Baishoron" (Historical tale compiled in 1349)).
  47. In Kyoto, there was a rumor of the death of Hiromoto OE, and of Yoshitoki HOJO and his son, and on the 15th, he visited the authorities, reporting the situation, accompanied by an express messenger who saw the battlefield.
  48. In Kyoto, they came to have a firmer conviction of Sonno Joi as they exchanged opinions with other patriots such as feudal retainer of Choshu Domain Kogoro KATSURA and Genzui KUSAKA.
  49. In Kyoto, they usually enshrined Shinboku at "Kangakuin" (an educational institution), but occasionally, they held it aloft in front of the Imperial Palace, thereby threatening the court.
  50. In Kyoto, various rumors were spread that the wife of Masamune sent to Kyoto as a hostage was the double of the real one, or the banners and flags of Masamune were put up at the castle where the ikki group was taking up a position; those rumors had reached the ears of Hideyoshi.
  51. In Kyoto-ginza, the Jouze estate is located at the northeastern corner of Ryogaecho-oike, with the ginza office adjoining it to the north.
  52. In Kyujutsu there are various ways and styles of shooting depending upon differences between schools, while focused on the 'principle' and 'shooting style' of Yumiire, they are generally classified as follows;
  53. In Kyushu at that time, the Shimazu clan in Satsuma Province had defeated the Ito clan in Hyuga Province, the Sagara and Aso clans in Higo Province, and the Arima and the Ryuzoji clans in Hizen Province.
  54. In Kyushu at the time, Takemitsu KIKUCHI of the Nancho (Southern Court of Japan) was dominant in power, so Ujitoki (who was on the side of Northern Court of Japan) cooperated with Yorinao SHONI to fight against KIKUCHI's army.
  55. In Kyushu it's made by families, but also many commercial products have sold well.
  56. In Kyushu it's used as a condiment for a one-pot dish cooked at the table as well as miso soup, sashimi (fresh slices of raw fish), etc.
  57. In Kyushu region Yoshihisa SHIMAZU, who defeated OTOMO clan and RYUZOJI clan extended his power, and Sorin OTOMO, who was pressed by SHIMAZU, asked Hideyoshi for help.
  58. In Kyushu region, Morimune ADACHI, son of Yasumori died during the battle of Iwato.
  59. In Kyushu, Kyushu Tandai, headquartered in Hakata (Fukuoka City, Fukuoka Prefecture), was established.
  60. In Kyushu, at that time, Noh was popular and his grandfather Zenpo also stayed with the Otomo clan in Bungo during his last years.
  61. In Kyushu, the Otomo clan and the Ryuzoji clan had informed of their intention to obey Nobunaga and, therefore, the Shimazu clan alone was obliged to compete with Nobunaga.
  62. In Kyushu, the fight continued between the Kikuchi clan, who had been defeated by the Ashikaga army in the battle of Tatarahama, as well as other Southern Court forces against the armies of Yoshinaga NIKKI and Noriuji ISHIKI, whom Takauji had left in charge in Kyushu.
  63. In Kyushu, the main method is to slit it open along the back and broil it well without steaming.
  64. In Kyusyu, koikuchi soy-sauce is darker than that of the Kanto region.
  65. In Later Medieval Japan
  66. In Los Angeles, 'Miharashi-tei,' Japanese restaurant, opened in 1893 in an area which came to be called little Tokyo later, a soba restaurant opened in 1903, a restaurant of tenpura (Japanese deep-fried dish) opened in 1905, and a sushi restaurant opened in 1906.
  67. In Los Angeles, eating sushi at Japanese restaurants was valued as an up-to-date lifestyle.
  68. In Mahayana Buddhism, scriptures of a different sect of Nikaya Buddhism (albeit of the same Theravada line) are inherited along with the Mahayana Sutras.
  69. In Maibayashi, most parts relating to dances by Noh shite (leading role) is performed in one play, while in Shimai, dances performed by the shite which is accompanied by Utai (the chanting of a Noh text) are extracted.
  70. In Main Campus
  71. In Maizuru City, the Maizuru-ben dialect (Chatta-ben dialect) is represented by the postfix, 'chatta' which is unique to the dialect and quite different from the Kyoto-ben dialect or even the Fukui-ben dialect.
  72. In Maizuru City, there are 4 large general hospitals such as National Hospital Organization Maizuru Medical Center, Maizuru Municipal Hospital, Maizuru Red Cross Hospital and Maizuru Kyosai Hospital.
  73. In Malaysia only monks of this religious school in the Buddhist group are allowed to be stationed in the country.
  74. In Manai Lake (eventually it became a swamp, they say) in the village, eight tennyo (heavenly maidens) were bathing, but an elderly couple by the name of Wanasa hid a robe of feathers and adopted one tennyo, who had lost her robe.
  75. In Manajo, the writer wrote the purpose and the reason to write this book.
  76. In Manchukuo where many Japanese settled, the demand of sake was high.
  77. In Mandala (Mandala, or a diagram that depicts Buddhist deities according to certain geometric formats and illustrates the Buddhist world view) in Mikkyo, Kannon statues are classified to 'Renge-bu' (Lotus Family).
  78. In Manila, he was welcomed and treated as if he were a living god, and seems to have been loved by the local people.
  79. In Manyoshu (Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves), KAKINOMOTO no Hitomaro left a poem in which he longed for the past when he visited the Palace after the fall of the capital: "A cove in Shiga stagnates, yet, wish to see people in the past again."
  80. In Manyoshu (Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves), there are several poems on this legend written by Mushimaro TAKAHASHI and YAMABE no Akahito.
  81. In Manyoshu, the poem was 'Tago no ura yu uchi idete mireba mashiro ni so fuji no takane ni yuki ha furi keru' which is similar in meaning.
  82. In March (in the old calendar) of 1600, Ieyasu was informed by Hideharu HORI in Echigo Province and by Yoshiaki MOGAMI in Dewa Province that Kagekatsu UESUGI in Aizu Province was making a disquieting movement of increasing armaments.
  83. In March (leap month) of 866, the Otemon Gate was set on fire, and Yoshio accused Sadaijin (Minister of the Left) Genshin of being the arsonist.
  84. In March (the old calendar), 1611 when Emperor Gomizunoo succeeded Emperor Goyozei, Ieyasu visited Kyoto and demanded a meeting with Hideyori at Nijo-jo Castle.
  85. In March 10, 1449, he became Sangi (councilor), the highest attainable position.
  86. In March 1030, Tadatsune attacked the kokuga and ejected FUJIWARA no Mitsunari, Awa no kami (Governor of Awa Province).
  87. In March 1074, he was assigned to the regent of the Byodoin Temple and to hoin (the highest rank among Buddhist priests) in December in the same year, and was transferred to the zasu of the Hossho-ji Temple in 1077.
  88. In March 1114, he committed suicide by throwing himself from the peak of Mt. Jo.
  89. In March 1132, she held a memorial service for the erection of a Buddhist temple within the Seiwa-in Temple grounds where Imperial Princess Kanshi resided.
  90. In March 1151, she was named an Imperial Princess by the Emperor, and took the place of Imperial Princess Kenshi (Princess of Emperor Toba), she was selected bokujo (to decide by fortunetelling) to be a Saigu for Emperor Konoe, her nephew.
  91. In March 1153, he was allowed to enter the palace of Bifukumon-in.
  92. In March 1160, TAIRA no Munekiyo, roto (retainer) of Yorimori's, caught MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, who had been on the run.
  93. In March 1160, the following year, the 13-year-old MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, the heir of MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo, was captured by TAIRA no Munekiyo, who was a roto (retainer) of Ike no Zenni and Yorimori.
  94. In March 1168, Imperial Prince Norihito ascended to the throne (Emperor Takakura) and, in April, Shigeko became the Empress Dowager.
  95. In March 1172 the following year, Tokiko became a chugu (the second consort of an emperor) and Tokitada assumed office as Gon no daibu (provisional master).
  96. In March 1180, Kiyomori forced Emperor Takakura to abdicate the throne and enthroned a three-year-old son born between Emperor Takakura and Kiyomori's daughter TAIRA no Tokuko as Emperor Antoku.
  97. In March 1181, Kiyomori died of disease.
  98. In March 1181, Shigehira defeated MINAMOTO no Yukiie and MINAMOTO no Gien in the Battle of Sunomata-gawa and held back the Minamoto clan's invasion.
  99. In March 1183, Kiyomune, Munemori's heir, and Yorimori's daughter were married, and it is presumed that this marriage was arranged as a measure to win Yorimori over to Munemori's side (see the entry for February 21 in the "Kikki").
  100. In March 1184, Shigehira was sent under guard by Kagetoki KAJIWARA to Kamakura and interviewed by Yoritomo.
  101. In March 1184, sometime before or after the Battle of Ichinotani, Koremori secretly left camp and fled.
  102. In March 1184, when the Taira family was completely defeated in the Battle of Ichinotani by the army led by MINAMOTO no Noriyori and MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune, Shigehira was captured by the enemy.
  103. In March 1185 the Taira clan lost the Battle of Danno ura against Yoshitsune, Tokuko's mother, Niino ama, drowned herself together with Emperor Antoku and carried the three sacred emblems of the Imperial Family with them to their deaths.
  104. In March 1185, Yoshitsune made a surprise attack on the headquarters of the Taira family in Yashima, Sanuki Province.
  105. In March 1185, having suffered defeated in the naval battle at Dannoura, Tsunemori committed suicide, throwing himself into the sea along with his younger brother, Norimori.
  106. In March 1185, he was captured in Dan no ura
  107. In March 1185, the Heike clan was finally defeated at the battle of Dan-no-ura, and Yukinori and his cousins, TAIRA no Sukemori and TAIRA no Arimori, killed themselves by jumping into water and drowning ("Heike Monogatari" [The Tales of the Heike]).
  108. In March 1185, when MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune came down to the Shikoku region to search and kill Heishi (the Taira clan), Michinobu proceeded to the Yashima Peninsula with leading a warship and presented the ship to Yoshitsune in the Battle of Shido.
  109. In March 1185, when the Taira clan were destroyed in the naval battle of Danno-ura and the women of the Taira clan threw themselves into the water, it was the wife of Shigehira, Sukeo, who was rescued and then taken prisoner.
  110. In March 1187, when Takanori, who was monjosho (student of literary studies at the Imperial University), participated in composition at Gosho-dokoro (an office for maintaining books in the Imperial Court), he was praised by Kanezane KUJO as 'an honorable man.'
  111. In March 1205 on his way home from a pilgrimage to Mt. Koya, Priest Honen stayed one night in a hermitage on the way to Tachibana-dera Temple, the birthplace of Prince Shotoku.
  112. In March 1213, while Yoshimori was in Isuminosho, Kazusa Province, a conspiracy by Chikahira IZUMI to kill the Hojo clan and back up Yoriie's bereaved son was revealed (The Incident of Chikahira IZUMI).
  113. In March 1215, he joined the priesthood at Saga betsugyo (Saga villa) and died in April of the following year.
  114. In March 1254, he was appointed to Kozamurai dokoro betto (a chief in an office of officers to guard Shogun in attendance), succeeding to the position of Sanetoki HOJO.
  115. In March 1263, he was granted an audience with the Seitaishogun (commander-in-chief of the expeditionary force against the barbarians, great, unifying leader) Sanbon Imperial Prince Munetaka and met Tokiyori HOJO
  116. In March 1272 Nigatsu Sodo (the February Rebellion) broke out and Tokimune removed the rival influence from his clan to strengthen the Tokuso dictatorship.
  117. In March 1342, he went up to Kyoto to preach Buddhism to the Emperor, and presented moshijo (a document format for communicating something from a lower person to an upper person) to the samurai.
  118. In March 1351, during the Shohei and Kano era, Takauji was defeated by Tadayoshi and had entered into peace negotiations; however, the KO brothers, Moronao and Moroyasu, were murdered by Tadayoshi's forces.
  119. In March 1353, as the forces of the Northern Court increased, he was left by Sadanaga to the care of Kageaki AMANO in Akiba-jo Castle, Totomi Province for his safety.
  120. In March 1390, under the order of the third shogun Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA to expel him and Ujiyuki YAMANA due to their dispute over the right to the succession to the Yamana clan, he was attacked by one of the family members, Ujikiyo YAMANA, and he escaped from Tajima Province and went to Bingo Province.
  121. In March 1394, he was conferred the honorary title of Daijo Tenno (the retired Emperor) as 'the emperor who was not enthroned'; however, he declined the title in November 1397.
  122. In March 1412, he was promoted to Kanrei.
  123. In March 1434, Shocho KAIMON (Emperor Chokei's prince) served as kaishi (the priest who imparts the Buddhist commandments) for Seisho to become a priest.
  124. In March 1456, he was appointed to Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state).
  125. In March 1471, the camp of the Koga kubo Shigeuji ASHIKAGA, including Noritane, marched toward Mishima in Izu Province, in order to defeat the Horigoe kubo Masatomo ASHIKAGA.
  126. In March 1483, he entered Kiyosu of Owari Province and located there as his home ground.
  127. In March 1512, his father Sadakage ASAKURA (the 9th head of the family) died suddenly during a falconry expedition.
  128. In March 1562, Nagayoshi's another younger brother Yoshikata MIYOSHI died in a battle against the Hatakeyama clan.
  129. In March 1569, in order to check against Shingen TAKEDA, Terutora concluded an alliance with Ujiyasu HOJO an old enemy of Terutora who was a Kanto Kanrei (the Etsu-So Alliance (the Echigo and Sagami alliance)).
  130. In March 1569, through the mediation of Nobunaga, he married the younger sister of the 15th Shogun, Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA.
  131. In March 1573, Seii Taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA made up his mind to oppose Nobunaga ODA and rose up in arms in Nijo-jo Castle.
  132. In March 1574, he invaded the Oda territory in Higashi (east) Mino Province and took Akechi-jo Castle by storm.
  133. In March 1576, Kenshin conciliated with Kennyo HONGANJI and was placed in a difficult situation, leading to a battle with Nobunaga.
  134. In March 1578, a month before his death, Kenshin summoned an artist from Kyoto to make a self portrait and also a painting of his back.
  135. In March 1581, Kennyo made peace with Nobunaga.
  136. In March 1582, Yoshimasa KISO, the lord of Kiso Valley, secretly communicated with Nobunaga ODA and rebelled against the Takeda clan.
  137. In March 1582, he assumed the position of Daijo-daijin, but resigned in June.
  138. In March 1582, he was dispatched in a direction toward Kii Province and served as Kenshi (inspector) in the attack on the Tsuchibashi clan, and moreover, transmitted Nobunaga's Shuinjo (a license for foreign trade) to Kennyo, Negoro-ji Temple, and Kokawa-dera Temple.
  139. In March 1582, when Hideyoshi attacked Bicchu Province, Hidekatsu followed him and fought his first battle in the Siege of Kojima Castle of Bicchu Province and also took part in the Battle of Takamatsu Castle of the same province.
  140. In March 1582, when Nobutada, a legitimate child of Nobunaga ODA, launched the campaign of conquering the Takeda clan, Ujimasa ordered Ujikuni to gather information from Kozuke Province to compensate the information shortage in Suruga and Izu Provinces, as the information network in those two provinces had been shut down.
  141. In March 1585, Hideyoshi ordered Takakage KOBAYAKAWA to dispatch the Mori navy to Kishiwada.
  142. In March 1589, Tonari ITABEOKA, a member of hyojoshu (state council), went up to the capital and requested Hideyoshi to settle the Numata Mondai.
  143. In March 1597, Hideyoshi sent 140,000 troops to Korea with a pretext to achieve by force the cession of southern Korea which was ignored in the peace talks.
  144. In March 16, 1365, he conferred the sacred law of Buddha to the sixth Nichiji.
  145. In March 1601, Masanori entered into his new domain in Aki and Bingo Provinces, and immediately went around to check the area and recalculated the kokudaka (crop yield) by conducting land surveys.
  146. In March 1603, his territory changed to Kawanakajima Domain in Shinano Province with additional properties (this was the second territory change in only 40 days since the relocation to Sakura Domain in December the previous year).
  147. In March 1611, when Ieyasu pressured Hideyori to come to meet him at the Nijo-jo Castle, together with Kiyomasa KATO and Yoshinaga ASANO, he persuaded Yodo-dono who strongly opposed to it by saying that the Toyotomi family was the main lineage, and succeeded in making Hideyori's procession to Kyoto.
  148. In March 1636, Tadayuki took over as the head of the family when Tadayo died, and inherited the property inheritance in the Maebashi Domain.
  149. In March 1659, he founded Butsunichi-ji Temple at the foot of Mt. Maya, and invited Ingen as kaisan (a founder of temple as the first chief priest).
  150. In March 1686, he assumed the position of Naidaijin (Minister of the Center).
  151. In March 1686, he celebrated his coming of age and was designated as a Danjodai (Board of Censors).
  152. In March 1701 in which the Genroku Ako Incident occurred, this Yanagiwara and Yasuharu TAKANO visited Edo as envoys of the Emperor Higashiyama.
  153. In March 1702, he moved down to Edo as a messenger from the Retired Emperor Reigen, and happened to be in Edo-jo Castle when Takumiokami ASANO drew his sword against Kozukenosuke KIRA in the castle.
  154. In March 1716, he fell sick and died on April 30.
  155. In March 1745, he was given the title of the Imperial Prince and was named Kinhito.
  156. In March 1775, as his coming of age ceremony was held, he was appointed to Hyobusho-kyo (Minister of military).
  157. In March 1791, when he was 32 years old, Unzen was introduced to Kenkado KIMURA by Baimei TOTOKI and visited Kenkado, who was deported to Nagashima-cho, Ise Province (Mie Prefecture) at that time.
  158. In March 1836, he held a wedding ceremony with Chioko.
  159. In March 1849, The ship Preble arrived to demand the return of a castaway Ranald MACDONALD which was resolved by the mediation of Nagasaki magistrate.
  160. In March 1854, a treaty between the United States of America and the Empire of Japan was signed, followed by the Anglo-Japanese Friendship Treaty in August as well as a treaty with the Russian Empire as of December the same year.
  161. In March 1855, he was appointed to Osaka-kaban (a guard at Osaka-jo Castle).
  162. In March 1857, Naoyuki NAGAI and other 105 students boarded `kanko maru' and left Nagasaki for Kanagawa.
  163. In March 1862, he joined the Roshigumi (an organization of masterless samurai) recommended by Hachiro KIYOKAWA, along with Kondo and Hijikata.
  164. In March 1863, Katamori MATSUDAIRA, Kyoto shugoshoku (Military governor of Kyoto), was given the adjudication of the Imperial Court of measures to open speech by roshi and announced it in Kyoto City.
  165. In March 1863, he joined roshi-gumi (an organization of masterless samurai) that was suggested by Hachiro KIYOKAWA that aimed to protect the shogun and Sonno Joi (slogan advocating reverence for the Emperor and the expulsion of foreigners) with Kondo and others, and went to the capital to become a member of Mibu-Roshigumi (Mibu masterless warriors group).
  166. In March 1865, Sannan left a note saying 'I'm going to Edo' and escaped from Shinsengumi.
  167. In March 1866, he raised money swindling with a false identity, a retainer of the Hitotsubashi family called a certain HARAGUCHI.
  168. In March 1867, ITO and his group, due to differences in ideology, were assigned the post of Goryo Eji and separated from Shinsen-gumi, but were purged by Shinsen-gumi in November of the same year.
  169. In March 1867, he left Shinsengumi due to the establishment of the Goryo-eji.
  170. In March 1868, he entered into a tenryo (a shogunal demesne), Kai Province, and established the office organisation at Kofu-jo Castle.
  171. In March 1868, he escaped from Shinsengumi after swarming around Goheishinden district (present Ayase, Adachi Ward, Tokyo).
  172. In March 1868, he separated from Shinsengumi with Ito and others, and belonged to Goryo-eji (Kodaiji-to Party).
  173. In March 1868, he was appointed to Goyogakari in the Yokohama District Court.
  174. In March 1868, the emperor announced the Charter Oath of Five Articles which laid out the new political principles and, in September of the same year, the era name was changed to Meiji (while the change of era name retroactively became effective as of January 1 of that year by the lunar calendar).
  175. In March 1869, Arinori MORI, who engaged in compilation of regulations, proposed to ban carrying a sword in a meeting of Kogisho (the lower house).
  176. In March 1869, OKUMA petitioned Sanetomi SANJO, a hosho (chief administrative officer) to change the currency unit, from ryo to yen, adopting the decimal system, and to change the shape of coins, from square to round, and then all of them were approved.
  177. In March 1870 he accompanied the Ministry of Foreign Affairs' mission (to have preliminary negotiations with Korea to establish diplomatic relations between the two countries) including Hakubo SADA.
  178. In March 1870, he entered Koumin KAWAMOTO's private school and studied there for several months until the school closed.
  179. In March 1870, he was called to Tokyo and received the title of Doctor of Philosophy and the honor of Jurokui (Junior Sixth Rank).
  180. In March 1870, the Meiji government sent Hakubo SATA and Shigeru MORIYAMA to Korea, but SATA petitioned the government to conquer Korea by military force because he resented the attitude of Korea.
  181. In March 1871 Juntaro enrolled at Daigakunan-ko School as the koshin-sei student, on the recommendation of the Kaga Domain, and majored in German.
  182. In March 1872, Kagenori started to serve as a third-class official in the Ministry of the Treasury.
  183. In March 1872, he parted from Iwakura and others with a party of Hyobusho (ministry of the military) (Ichido HARADA, Fuyuki TOMINAGA, Choujyurou IWASHITA,Fumisuke MATSUMURA), going to France after visiting navy facilities in Philadelphia.
  184. In March 1872, he was raised to the peerage.
  185. In March 1873 he became disciple of Bunshi KATSURA the first and called himself Bunnosuke KATSURA the first.
  186. In March 1873, The Meiji Emperor had his haircut and then many, mainly government officials, also followed and had haircut.
  187. In March 1875, he became a Deputy Major of the Army, and served as Hokkaido Development Commission Officer of the seventh grade and assigned to the Bureau of Tonden (settlement of ex-legionary).
  188. In March 1877, as the Seinan War broke out, he went to Kyoto by himself, preparing to resign from Shiho-taifu (post of Ministry of Justice), and appealed for departure for the front to suppress it.
  189. In March 1878, the shrine was nationally determined to be the Okadakuni-jinja Shrine listed in the Engishiki Jinmyocho and renamed Okadakuni-jinja Shrine.
  190. In March 1879 Tamaki was appointed the minister plenipotentiary to Qing.
  191. In March 1880, he enrolled in Matsuyama Junior High School (present Ehime Prefectural Matsuyamahigashi High School).
  192. In March 1881, he became an organizing committee member of the Liberal Party in charge of Kokkai Kisei Domei (League for Founding a National Assembly).
  193. In March 1882, he assumed the position of the First Director of Tokyo Imperial Museum (later Tokyo National Museum).
  194. In March 1884, Yaemon KANMURI became an ascetic of Komyo-ji Temple in Kamakura, and started pilgrimages to temples and shrines throughout the country.
  195. In March 1886, he was appointed as a professor at the University of Tokyo.
  196. In March 1887, a little before the above period, he lost his oldest brother Daisuke.
  197. In March 1890, when Shibecha Shujikan was moved to Abashiri and it became Abashiri Prison, he was also transferred.
  198. In March 1892, the serialized novel 'Sanninzuma' appeared in the "Yomiuri Shimbun."
  199. In March 1893, Munizo went to Tokyo and worked under Eby missionary and built a dorm which eventually became the 'Keimei kan.'
  200. In March 1893, Shiki left the university before graduation.
  201. In March 1894, when he was the director of the Hokkaido Government Office, he planned to build Hokkaido Government Railway both for colonization and defense of Hokkaido.
  202. In March 1895, Kawakami was appointed to the Chief of Staff assigned to the Government General to defeat Qing, and the intense effort he had been making to modernize the Japanese army succeeded and distinguished war service.
  203. In March 1897, he resigned as the president of the Liberal Party.
  204. In March 1897, he was designated privy councilor.
  205. In March 1897, the Bank of Taiwan Act was passed in the Imperial Diet, and in November the committee of establishing Bank of Taiwan was organized to prepare for the opening of Bank of Taiwan.
  206. In March 1898, he held a Uta-kai (poem competition) at Shikian.
  207. In March 1898, he was appointed the Civil Administrative General of the Governor-General of Formosa by the nomination of Gentaro KODAMA who became the Governor-General of the Governor-General of Formosa.
  208. In March 1899, he became a doctor (literature).
  209. In March 1899, the Bank of Taiwan Act was amended, and the Japanese government authorized to acquire the shares of Bank of Taiwan with the limit of one million yuan.
  210. In March 1902 Juntaro was assigned to tour European countries for academic inspections, which lasted one year.
  211. In March 1904, through the introduction of Konan NAITO, he started working at the Asahi Shimbun Company as a reporter covering news in Tokyo.
  212. In March 1906, he published it at his own expense as the first work issued by Ryokuin sosho.
  213. In March 1906, the Diet passed the Railway Nationalization Act and it was resolved that 17 major private railway companies including the five large private railway companies as described above were to be nationalized (purchased).
  214. In March 1907, he entered into special agreements with 'Kaku-za Theater' in Osaka ad 'Kinki-kan Theater' in Kanda, Tokyo to start to show films there.
  215. In March 1907, he succeeded Sumizo ICHIKAWA (VI) at the Meijiza theater.
  216. In March 1915, he traveled around Kyoto and collapsed there for gastric ulcer for the fifth time.
  217. In March 1920, he entered 'Shochiku Cinema School of Acting' of which Kaoru OSANAI was the school head.
  218. In March 1921: The school song was established.
  219. In March 1923, he arrived in Tokyo and began work at Shochiku Kamata Studios on the recommendation of a relative.
  220. In March 1925, he resigned due to an illness.
  221. In March 1927, he was elected for the first rank in the 'Director popularity poll' in the magazine called "Eiga Jidai" (literally meaning movie era) March issue (Kiyohiko USHIHARA for the second rank) and established himself as a movie director.
  222. In March 1927, the earthquake at the northern Tango Province occurred, causing catastrophic damage.
  223. In March 1928, film of "Chukon Giretsu Jitsuroku Chushingura" took fire in the process of cutting and Makino's residence as well as a lot of negatives were burnt down.
  224. In March 1931: Kyoto Koto Sangyo Gakko (Kyoto Sericulture High School) was renamed Kyoto Koto Sanshi Gakko (Kyoto Silk High School).
  225. In March 1934, Santoka at the age of 52 was determined to visit Saigetsu's grave, so, he headed northeast from Yamaguchi City to Inadani.
  226. In March 1940, Nihon Kako succeeded in smelting luppe and started full-scale manufacture.
  227. In March 1941, the Act of Taiwanese Education was amended again, which amendment integrated Banjin Kogakko (public schools for Taiwanese aboriginal people) and Kogakko into Kokumin gakko and some schools were re-established as the ones for aboriginal children.
  228. In March 1943, the new Butoku Kai changed the titles to Hanshi, Tasshi and Renshi (Senior Teacher), and the dan-i (qualification of rank) to a to-i system, with the fifth 'to' as the first dan level, the fourth 'to' as the second dan level, and so on to the first 'to' as the fifth dan, thus abolishing the sixth dan and those above it.
  229. In March 1944, Hanshi, Yozaburo UNO, the chairman of the Kyudo-bu in the new Butoku Kai, established and became the chairman of the 'Kyudo-Kyohan Seitei Iinkai (committee to establish Kyudo-Kyohan)' and created the 'Kyudo-Kyohan (teaching method of Kyudo).'
  230. In March 1944, Mutsumi URAKAWA assumed the president's post.
  231. In March 1948, Tomio established a foundation called, 'Society for Promotion of Serology', where various basic and applied researches on serology were conducted.
  232. In March 1948: The faculty of Silk Reeling for Women was closed down.
  233. In March 1950, a referendum was carried out in the Nishi-Maizuru region resulting in 7,046 votes for, 6,070 against, 4,483 abstention votes, resulting in its ratification.
  234. In March 1951: Kyoto Textile Vocational School was abolished.
  235. In March 1963, he returned to Shochiku and restarted his activity as a kabuki actor.
  236. In March 1963, the evening division was abolished, and in April 1963, the Department of Electronics, Department of Second Mechanical Engineering, and Department of Chemical Engineering were added.
  237. In March 1965, the utilities for a nighter (night game) were additionally installed.
  238. In March 1966, he received the title of Daiso Jyoi from Shisoyama Daigo-ji Temple.
  239. In March 1977
  240. In March 1978, the School of Clinical Technologist of the Faculty of Medicine was closed.
  241. In March 1979, Sesshu danjiri-bayashi of Nagae-hachimangu Shrine was dedicated, in addition to the dedication of Kishiwada Danjiri Matsuri Festival at an event at Osaka-jo Castle which was hosted by the shrine agency of Osaka Prefecture.
  242. In March 1981, a political scientist Junji BANNO published the new interpretation of 'Datsu-A Ron' in the commentary of "Fukuzawa Yukichi Senshu Vol.7" (Selected works of Yukichi Fukuzawa) (published by Iwanami Shoten, ISBN 4-001-00677-4).
  243. In March 1985, in regions on Pacific coast from the west up to the Kanto region, cold rainy days continued throughout the month.
  244. In March 1985, the rapid service running during the daytime began making stops at all stations between Kyoto and Takatsuki; consequently, during the daytime the rapid service became available only from Takatsuki Station and to the west.
  245. In March 1990, the sakura-namiki was chosen as one of '100 best sakura viewing points in Japan' by Nihon Sakura no Kai Foundation (literally, association for cherry blossoms in Japan) and it arouse attention from various places in Japan.
  246. In March 1992: It was scrapped.
  247. In March 1995, he gave the name Shobei TAMAYA to his younger brother and named himself Nihei YOROZUYA, the first.
  248. In March 1997, some rapid trains that passed Hirono Station, Aimoto Station, Kusano Station, Furuichi Station and Minami-Yashiro Station without stopping were introduced for the outbound line in the evening, but they were discontinued in December 2003, when the timetable was revised.
  249. In March 1998, lane widening next to the Sakurai Parking Area at Shimamoto Town, Mishima-gun (Osaka Prefecture) (between the Oyamazaki Junction/Oyamazaki Interchange and the Takatsuki bus stop) forced its service to be discontinued, but subsequently the facilities were purchased and rebuilt.
  250. In March 2000, the Kyogamisaki Sub Base was incorporated into the thirty-fifth Aircraft Control & Warning Squadron.
  251. In March 2001, a large one-step bus and two medium-size non-step buses were introduced for Arashiyama office.
  252. In March 2003
  253. In March 2004, Shue Matsubayashi Commemorative Hall of Film was opened within Water World, Museum 104, located in Sakurae-cho, Gotsu City, his home town.
  254. In March 2005, before the Supreme Court decision, Shinzaburo established a separate entity, Ichizawa Hanpu kakosho Ltd. (584 Shinno-cho, Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture; the president Yuki NISHIMURA).
  255. In March 2006, Yosano-cho was formed as a result of merging three towns in Kayadani.
  256. In March 2007, a group comprised of researchers from Chiba University, Shizuoka University and elsewhere announced that, based on the results of genetic analysis, Someiyoshino was likely to have been born by crossbreeding the Oshima cherry and Komatsuotome, which is a gardening type of Edohigan.
  257. In March 2007, the company was again renamed Kadokawa Pictures.
  258. In March 2008, a Buddhist memorial service marking 339 years since the death of Yoshimasa TANAKA was held at the Ryoko-in Temple main hall.
  259. In March 2009, Michelin's sightseeing guidebook (MICHELIN Green Guide Japon) for foreign sightseers was published with cooperation by Japan National Tourism Organization.
  260. In March 2009, the test operation of the Yawata City North-South Bus Route was ended.
  261. In March 22, 1373, he passed away at the age of 84.
  262. In March 23, 1183 (February 21, 1183 under the old lunar calendar), MINAMOTO no Yoshihiro (Teacher Saburo Shida), the uncle who lived in Hitachi, raised an army to attack Kamakura.
  263. In March 24, the Sakuradamongai Incident occurred and Naosuke II was assassinated by feudal retainers of the Mito and Satsuma Domain.
  264. In March 25, 1873, Kagenori submitted a report to escalate the establishment of facilities for imported drug testing (later Tokyo Reagent Lab) to the government.
  265. In March 27, 1890, the Army and the Navy regulations were revised and the rule to install military officers as 'personnel' in principal was crossed off.
  266. In March 27, 1979, the remains of Saiku was designated a national historic site.
  267. In March 353 in old calendar, the King of Paekche ordered Sotsuhiko to take Sake no kimi, one of the royal family members of the Paekche Kingdom, who was rude to Kinotsu no sukune, to the Emperor.
  268. In March 4 of the same year, before his genpuku (coming of age ceremony) he was appointed an officer and awarded Jugoi (Junior Fifth Rank), an unprecedented appointment.
  269. In March 585, he and MONONOBE no Moriya reported to the Emperor that the spreading of an epidemic should be attributed to the Soga clan's believing in Buddhism.
  270. In March 602, he was appointed to Shiragi Seito Shogun (great general for subduing Shiragi [Silla]) and given an army of 25,000 soldiers.
  271. In March 61 A.D., he ordered Tajimamori to go search for a rare fruit called "tokijikuno kaguno konomi" that grows in a country beyond the sea.
  272. In March 681, he was ordered to compile the Teiki (a genealogy of the imperial family) and the Joko shoji (matters of high antiquity) with Prince Osakabe.
  273. In March 691, rules were set for distinguishing the status of individuals.
  274. In March 700, vassals were obligated to learn the letter of the law.
  275. In March 701, Izumi no himemiko was suddenly designated a new saio by fortune telling, on which occasion Taki no himemiko resgined.
  276. In March 708, he became a Chunagon (vice-councilor of state).
  277. In March 751, he received a series of fourteen volumes of "Niepan-jingshu."
  278. In March 757, Empress Koken (actually will of Empress Komyo) proposed to depose the Crown Prince, saying that Prince Funado secretly contacted a jido (page) and disclosed confidential information to the public in the mourning of Emperor Daijo.
  279. In March 762, Masaki was appointed to Sangi (Councilor) with his younger brothers, FUJIWARA no Kusumaro and FUJIWARA no Asakari.
  280. In March 772, he became Shonii (Senior Second Rank).
  281. In March 833 (old calendar), he was given Sanbon (the third of Imperial Princes' rank)
  282. In March 834 (old calendar), he became Kozuke Taishu (the minister of Kozuke - currently Ueno, Tokyo)
  283. In March 867, he became Taikotaigogu (FUJIWARA no Junshi) no taijo (senior secretary of the grand empress dowager's household).
  284. In March 869, she was promoted to Sanbon (Third Order) from Muhon (no court rank).
  285. In March 870, he was conferred with a family name of Genji Asomi (Minamoto) and demoted from nobility to subject.
  286. In March 870, he was conferred with a family name of Minamoto and demoted from nobility to subject.
  287. In March 872, he was reassigned to Uemon Gon no suke (provisional assistant captain of the Right Division of Outer Palace Guards).
  288. In March 879, kika geppo (salary) was stopped by an imperial order of the Retired Emperor Seiwa.
  289. In March 887, with the title of danjodai, he concurrently served as the governor of Mimasaka Province, and in June 887, he became Jingi haku (a chief official in charge of matters relating to Shintoism) from danjo-daihitsu (senior assistant President of the Board of Censors).
  290. In March 935, Masakado was attacked by MINAMOTO no Mamoru's sons, including MINAMOTO no Tasuku, in Nomoto of Makabe-gun County in Hitachi Province (Chikusei City), but he repelled their attack, and many, including Tasuku, were killed in the battle.
  291. In March 936, he presented a central pillar to Daigo-ji Temple with Udaijin (Minister of the Right) FUJIWARA no Nakahira, and others.
  292. In March 936, she resigned as Saigu due to the death of her mother Chikako.
  293. In March and April 1168, Emperor Goshirakawa let Emperor Rokujo abdicate as it was initially planned, and then he let Imperial Prince Norihito succeeded to the throne (Emperor Takakura).
  294. In March and April 937, she got married to her uncle, Emperor Suzaku and was proclaimed to be a nyogo.
  295. In March in 1866, he was made to commit Seppuku (suicide by disembowelment).
  296. In March in 2008, the store premises were relocated from the old premises (Furumonzen kita, East of Higashioji-dori Street) to the present location.
  297. In March in 969, MINAMOTO no Takaakira, Sadaijin lost his position after a plot to raise a war in an attempt to enthrone Imperial Prince Tamehira was informed (Anna Incident).
  298. In March in the second year of the Gangyo era (878), the Ifu rose in revolt and ambushed Akita-jo Castle.
  299. In March of 1195, Yoritomo went up to Kyoto with Masako, Yoriie and Ohime (the eldest daughter of Yoritomo).
  300. In March of 1527, Tanemichi HATANO and Kataharu YANAGIMOTO invaded the capital.
  301. In March of 1561, Kagetora sieged Odawara-jo Castle, but was unable to mount a successful offensive, because the defense was tight.
  302. In March of 1821, a Wata-machi kokusan-kaisho (domestic exchanger), who managed the monopolization of cotton, was opened, and a kitte-kaisho was later built next to it.
  303. In March of 1853--the month in which Commodore Perry was supposed to arrive, according to Curtius's "Special News"--nothing happened.
  304. In March of 1867, the charge against him and Ryoma SAKAMOTO of fleeing Tosa domain was dropped.
  305. In March of 1928, triggered by being featured in two films while he was in the new school drama group called 'Shinchoza' that was partnering with Shozo MAKINO's Makino Productions, YAMAGUCHI left the group on his own and joined Makino Productions in April.
  306. In March of 1930, he played the role Umeomaru in the Kurumabiki (Act III, first scene) scene of "Sugawara Denju Tenarai Kagami" at the Meiji-za Theater under the name Somegoro ICHIKAWA V.
  307. In March of 805, he entered Saimyo-ji Temple (located in Xian City) and stayed at the temple that became his dwelling in Changan.
  308. In March of 824, he offered a kiuho service (service to pray for rain) based on an Imperial order.
  309. In March of 834, he lectured on the "Hoke-kyo" (the Lotus Sutra) and "Hannyashin-gyo Hiken" at Shingon-in of Todai-ji Temple.
  310. In March of 843, mountains rumbled like thunderclaps in two occasions.
  311. In March of 993, she celebrated her coming-of-age ceremony.
  312. In March of the following year he died.
  313. In March of the following year, 1859, Tadatoku had an audience with Iemochi TOKUGAWA, who was seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians"), and was changed his name to Shigehisa with granted one character of the Shogun's name.
  314. In March of the following year, he was temporarily pardoned and he returned to Kyoto.
  315. In March of the following year, the war was suppressed.
  316. In March of the next year, as Imperial Prince Tokihito became the emperor, the In no cho was established and FUJIWARA no Takasue took office as the Shitsuji-betto (chief officer).
  317. In March of the next year, he was appointed to the 1st Zokubetto (the secular superior post) of Enryaku-ji Temple with OTOMO no Kunimichi.
  318. In March of the next year, the Kyoto City Board of Education tried to stabilize the situation by transferring three teachers, who were accused by the conservatives.
  319. In March of the next year, young lady Akashi (Genji's daughter) bears the Emperor a baby boy.
  320. In March of the same year, 'Toa Makino Tojiin Studio' was burnt down by an accidental fire.
  321. In March of the same year, Yoshimasa YAMANA fell after he was attacked by Yoshihiro OUCHI in Kii Province.
  322. In March of the same year, after Kido and Itagaki returned to the positions of Sangi (councillors), they drew up a political reform plan together with Okubo and Ito based on the agreement in the Osaka conference, and then submitted the plan to Sanetomi SANJO, the Daijo-daijin (the Grand Minister).
  323. In March of the same year, he died at the rank of Shokinge.
  324. In March of the same year, he was appointed a staff officer of Nagasachi TAKAKURA, the Suppression Governor of Hokuriku-do, along with Aritomo YAMAGATA.
  325. In March of the same year, he was promoted to Shoshinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) thanks to his distinguished military service in the above battle.
  326. In March of the same year, he worked in the Takigi-noh (Noh theater performed at night by a fire) at Kofuku-ji Temple, and in November, he played a competitive Sarugaku performance at Shogun's residence.
  327. In March of the year, Noriyori and Yoshitsune closed in on Fukuhara leading a large army.
  328. In March or April (February in old lunar calendar) 1582, Yoshimasa KISO, Shingen's adopted son-in-law and a maternal relative, switched sides to Nobunaga ODA because he was unhappy about the increased burden for the construction of Shipu-jo Castle.
  329. In March or April, 1580, he denoted hoju-kanagu (sacred gems and metal fittings) to Mitoku-san Sanbutsu-ji Temple.
  330. In March the next year, he was decapitated in Kyoto.
  331. In March, 1017, Michinaga passed on his positions as Regent and the chief of the family to his heir, Yorimichi, and he fixed the system of successors.
  332. In March, 1018, when Emperor Go-Ichijo turned 11 years old he sent his third daughter, FUJIWARA no Ishi/Takeko to the Court as the Emperor's concubine, and in October he made her an Empress.
  333. In March, 1019, he became ill, and he underwent tonsure and became an ordained monk.
  334. In March, 1180, Emperor Takakura abdicated the throne to Imperial Prince Tokihito (Emperor Antoku).
  335. In March, 1183, Yoritomo's shogunal retainers (of the Kamakura bakufu) were in Suruga Province (now part of Shizuoka Prefecture) to defense against the Taira clan which was said to attack Kamakura.
  336. In March, 1183, he joined forces with MINAMOTO no Yoshihiro (SHIDA Saburo Senjo) of Hitachi Province to fight against Tomomasa OYAMA of Yoritomo's army at Nogimiya, but was defeated miserably and fled to Kozuke (the Battle at Nogimiya).
  337. In March, 1184 he joined the force to put down MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka and Heike, and took part in the Battle of Ichinotani.
  338. In March, 1185, Yoshitsune captured Yashima by means of a surprise attack (in what is known as the battle of Yashima).
  339. In March, 1208, he suffered from smallpox.
  340. In March, 1261, she was installed as chugu (the second consort of an emperor), and a half year later, she became an empress when nyogo, Kishi SAIONJI was installed as empress in September, 1261.
  341. In March, 1277, he was appointed as kebiishi (officials with judicial and police powers), and in 1281, he became Hikitsukeshu (Coadjustor of the High Court) at the age of 23.
  342. In March, 1293, he was appointed to Rokuhara Tandai Kitakata (Northern Chief of Rokuhara Tandai, an administrative and judicial agency in Rokuhara, Kyoto).
  343. In March, 1307, he entered the priesthood.
  344. In March, 1332, the bakufu beheaded Toshimoto HINO and Tomoyuki KITABATAKE as well as Suketomo HINO, who had been in exile, and exiled Godaigo to Okino-shima island.
  345. In March, 1336, Yorikane was credited with defeating the Kikuchi clan of Higo Province who sided with the Southern Court.
  346. In March, 1344, he assumed the post of the first tonin at Hikitsukekata (office of adjudicants) of the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) to help Tadayoshi with the affairs of state.
  347. In March, 1392, he was promoted to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  348. In March, 1434, he started to serve as an officer of Muromachi bakufu.
  349. In March, 1461 - succeeded as the head of the Shiba clan and assumed the governorship of the three provinces: Echizen, Owari and Totomi.
  350. In March, 1467, he reconciled with Enryaku-ji Temple.
  351. In March, 1473, he released Shinran's 'Sanjo Wasan' from "Shoshin nembutsuge (Shoshinge)," and he established the practice of his disciples using it during the morning and evening devotional exercises.
  352. In March, 1536, he left the capital for Kai Province (military governor of the province: Nobutora TAKEDA).
  353. In March, 1548, Harunobu confronted Yoshikiyo MURAKAMI who possessed great power in the northern part of Shinano Province at Uedahara (the Battle of Uedahara).
  354. In March, 1570, he fought against the Mori forces in the Battle of Fubeyama, but was defeated and escaped to Kyoto.
  355. In March, 1573, Shogun Yoshiaki raised an army against Nobunaga, which Nobunaga repressed and on April, Shingen's strategy to conquer westward was discontinued due to his death.
  356. In March, 1573, when Nobunaga and Shogun Yoshiaki were opposed to each other and soldiers garrisoned forts in Ishiyama and Imakatata, four busho including Katsuie attacked and defeated them.
  357. In March, 1580, as soon as Nobunaga and Hongan-ji Temple made peace, the Hokuriku area became active, and Katsuie attacked and destroyed Kanazawa Mido (hall), the control tower of the Ikko Ikki, and moved his army up to the border of Ecchu in northern Kaga.
  358. In March, 1586, he presented 10 shirogane (silver) coins to the Imperial Court as reimotsu (a gift in token of thanks) for promotion to jiju.
  359. In March, 1601, 3,000 koku was added and he became the lord of Kakegawa Domain in Totomi Province in place of Katsutoyo YAMAUCHI (Governor of Tsushima Province).
  360. In March, 1603, Ieyasu was given the title of seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians").
  361. In March, 1621, Toshitsugu succeeded to the family headship and became the second lord of the Zeze Domain due to his father's death.
  362. In March, 1638, Shojo traveled with Kogetsu Sogan for Nara to enjoy cherry blossoms in Yoshino region ("Shokado Yoshino Michinoki" or an account of Shokado's travel to Yoshino).
  363. In March, 1789, the Hondo began to be reconstructed ('Chonahajime' (a ceremony of carpenter with adze) was done).
  364. In March, 1832, the Seventh performed "Sukeroku" at Edo Ichimuraza theater.
  365. In March, 1862, Hisamitsu led 1000 soldiers and set out for Kyoto.
  366. In March, 1862, he moved to the new-built second enclosure of the Kagoshima Castle from the Shigetomi residence (after that, he was also called 'Fukujoko' [literally, ' the Prince of the second castle'][副城公] in the domain).
  367. In March, 1863, Hachiro KIYOKAWA became a member of Roshigumi which was organized to protect Iemochi TOKUGAWA, the seii taishogun (great general) when Iemochi went to Kyoto by a suggestion.
  368. In March, 1863, he went to Kyoto participating in the roshi-gumi (organization of masterless samurai).
  369. In March, 1866 (or 1865), he was promoted to Nihon (the second rank of Imperial Prince), and became Shikibusho-kyo (the Minister of Ceremonial).
  370. In March, 1869, he was appointed as captain of 'Choyo-maru', a warship of the new government, and he left the Shinagawa port in April and took part in the Battle of Hakodate in Ezochi (inhabited area of Ainu).
  371. In March, 1870
  372. In March, 1879, he wrote 'Haikai seifukito,' when he was being taken care of by Seisai KUBOTA in Kamiminochi-gun (present-day Nakajyo-mura).
  373. In March, 1885, he was appointed to the First Order of Merit.
  374. In March, 1894, he was elected to be a member of the House of Representatives.
  375. In March, 1897, he exercised his casting vote when two of the bills were a tie vote at a plenary session of the House of Representatives (both of them were rejected).
  376. In March, 1904, he first performed "Kiri Hitoha" written by Shoyo TSUBOUCHI at the Kabuki-za Theater.
  377. In March, 1914, he was graduated from the Fifth Aichi Prefectural Junior High School under the old system.
  378. In March, 1915, he became a member of the House of Representatives elected from Kochi Prefecture.
  379. In March, 1920, he spent one year and six months in completing the Rice Riot picture scroll (a scroll that summarizes the happenings in Nagoya during the Rice Riot that occurred in 1918).
  380. In March, 1923, 'Memorial Association of Yaichi Haga's Achievements' was also formed in order to promote the project.
  381. In March, 1930, the Seventh College of Provisional Teachers was closed.
  382. In March, 1941, the Tuberculosis Research Institute was established.
  383. In March, 1944, when the operations of Imphal were begun, because the outline of the emergency measures for the decisive battles was issued, the municipal merger was banned and starting to build the city-run suburban electric train became impossible, so the plan was completely up in the air.
  384. In March, 1945, he became penniless due to the war damage.
  385. In March, 1952, the Special Division of Medicine was closed.
  386. In March, 1954, the Branch School of Kyoto University was renamed the College of Liberal Arts and Science.
  387. In March, 1980, the Japanese-style painter Mikio MAEDA drew a portrait of Mitsunari from the plaster-reconstructed face under the direction of Tetsuro ISHIDA, of Kansai Medical University.
  388. In March, 1981, however, an apprentice geisha, Umegiku from Ishikawa Prefecture opened a teahouse for the first time in many years and was celebrated by many people involved, paving the way for many apprentice geisha in the future.
  389. In March, 1986, "A Catalogue of Toen Bunko, vol.1," which dealt with mainly narrative literature was published, and in March, 1988, "A Catalogue of Toen Bunko, vol.2" concerning other than narratives was published.
  390. In March, 1993, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences was closed.
  391. In March, 2007, the College of Medical Technology was closed.
  392. In March, 2008, Keihan Electric Railway and Kyoto City jointly announced a plan to construct a west-side ticket gate and install an elevator connecting the floor of each ticket gate with the corresponding platform.
  393. In March, 2008, it was announced that eight out of nine Fuhonsen coins which were packed in a flattened bottle which was discovered as ground-breaking equipment from Fujiwara Palace Site in November, 2007, had different calligraphic style from the traditional one.
  394. In March, 419, Sotooshi no iratsume who feared the jealous Empress moved to Chinu no miya Palace (in present-day Izumisano City, Osaka Prefecture).
  395. In March, 510 B.C., he ascended the throne.
  396. In March, 628 (in old lunar calendar), immediate before the death, Empress Suiko called two princes beside her bed; they were powerful candidates for the next emperor.
  397. In March, 668, she became the empress dowager.
  398. In March, 757, Prince Funado, who had been appointed by Emperor Shomu's will, was dethroned by the idea of Empress Koken.
  399. In March, Akiie rallied his army at Tenno-ji Temple and on May 25, he set the Sakaiura area on fire to continue the battle against the armies of those who supported the Northern Court, including Akiuji HOSOKAWA and Moriharu HINENO.
  400. In March, Kanatada comes to travel Yoshino with Toyoo and his wife.
  401. In March, MONONOBE no Moriya and NAKATOMI no Katsumi suggested to Emperor Bidatsu that the epidemic was caused by the worship of foreign gods, which led the emperor to declare that Buddhism should be abandoned.
  402. In March, Noriyori was placed on probation because of an uproarious fight while traveling to Kyoto, he continuously apologized for this and was forgiven at long last.
  403. In March, Shigemori supposedly visited Kumano to pray for a good future.
  404. In March, YAMAGATA became lieutenant general as well as the commander of the imperial guard (the post of the minister was vacant).
  405. In March, Yoshitsune left with only 5 ships and 150 horse soldiers during a storm and electrifyingly invaded Yashima; so by the time Kagetoki's main troop of more than 140 ships reached there, the Taira clan had already gone.
  406. In March, a ceremony for Kaoru's fiftieth day was held.
  407. In March, after abdicating, Takakura carried out Gyoko (imperial visit) to Itsukushima-jinja Shrine.
  408. In March, because of Kagetoki's death, Yoshimori returned to the position of Samurai-dokoro betto.
  409. In March, cultivation of mulberries, flax, pears and chestnuts was promoted in order to add to the five main cereals.
  410. In March, he anticipated that Wakamatsu Castle would become cramped in the future and ordered that a new castle be constructed at Kozashi, positioned roughly in the center of Aizu Basin.
  411. In March, he assumed a vice councilor of state, and returned to Oshu again to destroy ASIKAGA's army who rose in revolt.
  412. In March, he became an Asahi Shimbun Company reporter covering news in Tokyo.
  413. In March, he began publishing joint reviews 'Sannin Jogo' (Three men's redundant words) in "Mezamashi-gusa" magazine along with Rohan KODA and Ryokuu SAITO.
  414. In March, he determined the land of Kashihara City, located in the south east of Mount Unebi, as the capital.
  415. In March, he entered the Military Academy (Japan); and in September, he was appointed probationary second lieutenant of the Army to be stationed at Tokyo Chindai (standing garrison).
  416. In March, he fled to Aizu with his brother Tokiichiro SUDO accompanied by approximately 20 officers.
  417. In March, he got engaged to Toshiko, the first daughter of the Vice Admiral Noriyoshi AKAMATSU, however the ceremony consisted simply of taking photos.
  418. In March, he held a 'Kanchoro Uta-kai' at home inviting Tekkan YOSANO, Sachio ITO, Nobutsuna SASAKI and others.
  419. In March, he joined the military service in the Second Infantry Regiment of Prussian Imperial Guard.
  420. In March, he learned The Book of Mencius from Tsunayoshi YONEHARA.
  421. In March, he moved back to Tokyo again.
  422. In March, he received in audience with Yoshimitsu and then became a priest of Toji-ji Temple.
  423. In March, he retained the position of Mutsu-Dewa Azechi.
  424. In March, he was appointed second lieutenant of the army engineers; and in February, he departed for the front of the Seinan War (the Satsuma Rebellion in present Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan).
  425. In March, he was hospitalized due to pneumonia and tuberculosis of the lungs.
  426. In March, he was transferred to Sadaiben (major controller of the left).
  427. In March, he was transferred to Tokyo.
  428. In March, he went through Goyang, Kansong, Kimju, Sohung, Pongsan, Huangju, and arrived at Pyongyang; and in April, advanced to Anju, Geosan, and Jongju.
  429. In March, he wrote 'Hannichi' (Half a Day), a novel in spoken style, for "Subaru" (a literary magazine).
  430. In March, his first son Kaneyoshi died.
  431. In March, his mother Mineko passed away.
  432. In March, his uncle Matasuke YAMADA made him learn military science from Kuro NAKAMURA and Takemura TAKEUCHI.
  433. In March, the conflict between the two sides was temporarily settled by sending his heir Yoshitaka to Kamakura (Shimizu no Kanja) as a hostage.
  434. In March, the whole ASAKURA army withdrew from Kyoto.
  435. In March, they entered Kawachi Province and advanced toward Tatsuta in April, however, since steep roads prevented them from going forward, they tried to enter Nakasu to go toward the east via Mt. Ikoma.
  436. In March, they entered Kibi Province, then, they constructed Takashima Angu (temporary lodging built to accommodate an Imperial visit) and stayed there for three years and saved boats and army provisions.
  437. In March, together with Aritomo YAMAGATA and Kuichi IRIE, Yoshimura submitted a petition to release the offenders to Gakushuin.
  438. In March, transferred to Munich.
  439. In March, when Empress Akikonomu takes a short leave, the people in the Rokujo estate enjoy boating, and after that various events are held.
  440. In March1194, she was engaged to Yasutoki HOJO when he celebrated his attainment of manhood at the age of 13 according to the order by Yoritomo MINAMOTO that Yoshizumi MIURA had to choose a nice girl from his granddaughters to marry Yasutoki.
  441. In Masugatamon gate, a front gate and a rear gate were opened.
  442. In Matsushima City, 'memorial monument for the patriots of the Mito Domain' and a statue of Kounsai TAKEDA are built.
  443. In Matsushima, Matsushima hot spring (Miyagi Prefecture) opened on August 5, 2008 in line with Sendai Miyagi destination campaign.
  444. In Matsuyama City, Ehime Prefecture, nabeyaki-udon is served in many restaurants.
  445. In Matsuyama City, Ehime Prefecture, people preserve dried aburaage, called "Matsuyama-age," as a nonperishable food.
  446. In Matsuyamachi-dori, Shimo-chojamachi-dori, Agaru, Higashi Iru, Higashihori-cho, there is a historic site supposedly of "Tsuyu-no-I," but there is no evidence to show that it is a remnant of Jurakudai.
  447. In Matsuzaka, he visited Suzuya head family and talked with Haruniwa MOTOORI.
  448. In May (April in old lunar calendar) 1183, an army led by So-daisho Koremori to defeat MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka departed in groups one by one, recruiting as many as a hundred thousand (or forty thousand acccording to some sources) soldiers, which was equivalent to the entire force of the Taira clan, and advanced to Hokuriku.
  449. In May (in the old calendar) of 1574, a large troop of 25,000 persons led by Katsuyori TAKEDA, who had succeeded Shingen, attacked Takatenjin-jo Castle in Totomi Province.
  450. In May (in the old calendar) of 1575, Nagashino-jo Castle in Mikawa Province was attacked by a large troop of 15,000 led by Katsuyori TAKEDA
  451. In May (in the old calendar), 1582, Ieyasu visited Azuchi-jo Castle, where Nobunaga ODA resided, to express thanks for the award of Suruga Province to him, together with Nobukimi ANAYAMA who had been surrendered.
  452. In May (l.c.) 1273, he was appointed as Kanpaku (chief adviser to the Emperor).
  453. In May 1, Saigo returned to Kagoshima with Ryoma SAKAMOTO, and reported Kyoto's situation to the executives of the domain.
  454. In May 1036, her husband, Emperor Goichijo, died.
  455. In May 1096, during his term of Kotaigogu gon no suke (Provisional Assistant Master of the Empress Dowager's Household), he participated in FUJIWARA no Yoshizane ke uta awase (poetry contest sponsored by FUJIWARA no Yoshizane) and became a judge at MINAMOTO no Morotoki ke uta awase (poetry contest sponsored by MINAMOTO no Morotoki) in the same month.
  456. In May 11, 1872, Tokyo Prefecture issued 'Jyoshi Danpatsu Kinshi Rei' (The order of prohibition of haircutting for women).
  457. In May 1107, hogen (the second highest rank for Buddhist priests) was conferred upon him.
  458. In May 1149, he was ennobled and resigned from kurodo and kebiishi.
  459. In May 1159, she resigned because of her illness.
  460. In May 1160, after the Heiji War was settled and Kiyomori's influence had remarkably increased, Tokitada was picked out for promotion to kebiishi Uemon Gon no suke (provisional assistant captain of police and judicial chief of the Right Division of Outer Palace Guards).
  461. In May 1161, he was reappointed to the position of uchujo (lieutenant general of the right).
  462. In May 1177, Enryaku-ji Temple made a direct petition requiring exile of FUJIWARA no Morotaka, who was Kaga no kami (governor of Kaga Province).
  463. In May 1177, when monks from the Enryaku-ji Temple rose in riot and surged toward the ingosho (the retired Emperor's court), Norimori guarded the imperial palace.
  464. In May 1180, Prince Mochihito and MINAMOTO no Yorimasa raised an army to overthrow the Taira clan (raising an army for Prince Mochihito).
  465. In May 1180, Yorimasa and his son Nakatsune made a plan with Prince Mochihito who was the third son of Cloistered Emperor Goshirakwa to destroy the Taira clan.
  466. In May 1183, Hokuriku tsuitogun (punitive force to liquidate rebels in Hokurikudo) of the Taira clan was defeated by Yoshinaka KISO (the battle of the Kurikara Pass), and the military balance that had been maintained until that point completely collapsed.
  467. In May 1183, the Taira clan troops, led by Koremori, were defeated by MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka in the Battle of Kurikara-toge and the Taira were forced to abandon Kyo, Capital.
  468. In May 1183, the Taira clan's punitive force for the Hokuriku region was defeated by Yoshinaka KISO (the battle of the Kurikara Pass), and the military balance that had been maintained collapsed.
  469. In May 1185, after the Taira family was overthrown by MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune, Yoshitsune confronted his elder brother MINAMOTO no Yoritomo who was in Kamakura.
  470. In May 1185, her husband, Tomomori, killed himself in the Battle of Dan no ura, thereby marking an end to the Taira clan.
  471. In May 1187, while prayers were offered in Kamakura to find whereabouts of Yoshitsune, Yoritomo required Hidehira three matters through the Imperial Court.
  472. In May 1189, Yasuhira attacked and made Yoshitune commit suicide, and sought to reconcile with Yoritomo by delivering Yoshitune's head to Yoritomo.
  473. In May 1200, he was transferred to Master of the Palace Table.
  474. In May 1204, Tomomasa suppressed the rebellion, and was appointed to the shugo of Iga and Ise Provinces for his achievement (Three Days War of the Taira Clan: Kamakura period).
  475. In May 1213, Shigesada performed great feats in the Battle of WADA at the age of 40 by taking sides with Yoshitoki HOJO, with the result that he was finally appointed to the position of Goji and Jito of Saji-go in November of the same year.
  476. In May 1221, Retired Emperor Gotoba issued the inzen (a decree from the retired Emperor) to hunt down and destroy Yoshitoki HOJO.
  477. In May 1221, the Jokyu Disturbance occurred.
  478. In May 1221, the Retired Emperor Gotoba raised an army of anti-Shogunate.
  479. In May 1221, when the Retired Emperor Gotoba raised an army to attack the shogunate, Shigetada joined it along with his relatives including Sakon MIZUNO (the founder of the Mizuno clan).
  480. In May 1223, he was appointed to an official position in the Bureau of Buddhism and Foreign Visitors.
  481. In May 1242, a prisoner who was entrusted by bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) broke out, so he paid three thousand hiki as penalty money.
  482. In May 1273, Masamura became a priest with setting Tokiwa Shonin as kaishi (the priest who imports the Buddhist commandments), and called himself Tokiwain Kakushu.
  483. In May 1336, the Southern Court (Japan) side was defeated by the Northern Court (Japan) side led by Takauji ASHIKAGA in the Battle of Minato-gawa River, and escaped to Mt. Hiei.
  484. In May 1338, moving west again, he fought a battle with the Ashikaga clan, and captured Kamakura as ordered by Imperial Prince Yorinaga.
  485. In May 1360 Kiyouji and Kunikiyo departed on a campaign to Kawachi to mop-up the Southern Court military forces, but brought the soldiers back to Kyoto and successfully drove out Yoshinaga.
  486. In May 15, Ueno War broke out, and he commanded the assult of the front gate, Kuromonguchi, and stormed it.
  487. In May 1530, Kataharu YANAGIMOTO, who was in power in Kyoto instead of Takakuni, was killed by his vassal Sukesaburo NAKAMURA.
  488. In May 1543, after his demand for an alliance with Hongan-ji Temple was rejected, Kagetaka withdrew from Wakasa Province.
  489. In May 1557, Kagetora departed for the front at Kawanakajima (the third Battle of Kawanakajima).
  490. In May 1559, Kagetora went up to Kyoto again to have an audience with the Emperor Ogimachi and Shogun Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA.
  491. In May 1573, Shingen TAKEDA, who was an ally to the Asakura family, died of disease on the front line and the Takeda army withdrew to Kai Province.
  492. In May 1575, Katsuyori TAKEDA attacked Nagashino-jo Castle, the residence of Sadamasa OKUDAIRA, leading 15,000 troops, in order to kill him who betrayed the Takeda clan and became a vassal of the Tokugawa clan after the death of Shingen., i.e., Katsuyori's father.
  493. In May 1576, Naomasa went to the front at the siege of the Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple (Ishiyama War) along with Mitsuhide AKECHI, Murashige ARAKI and Yusai HOSOKAWA and took charge of the capture of Mitsu-tera Temple, but was ambushed by the soldiers of Hongan-ji Temple and died in a melee.
  494. In May 1583, Hideyoshi attacked on Katsuie SHIBATA in Kitanosho in Echizen Province.
  495. In May 1583, after Nobunaga's death, he fought alongside Masanori FUKUSHIMA and Kiyomasa KATO during the Battle of Shizugatake (Ika-gun, Omi no Kuni) against the Katsuie SHIBATA, becoming one of the 'Shichihonyari (Seven Spears) of Shizugatake'
  496. In May 1585, it moved to Temma in Osaka and obtained a donation of land for a temple from Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  497. In May 1609, she gave birth to an illegitimate child Tamamaru (Sadakatsu) at Yonezawa-jo Castle during Kagekatsu's stay in Fushimi.
  498. In May 1642, he became sick, and died at the age of 53 on April 10 the following year.
  499. In May 1658, he was married to Baireiin (later known as Tomiko), a younger sister of Tsunakatsu UESUGI, the lord of the Yonezawa domain in Dewa Province.
  500. In May 1659, Ietsuna refused to appoint a Sadaijin (the Minister of the Left).
  501. In May 1664, he was transferred to the Amakusa Domain of the Higo Province and received an additional 10,000 koku.
  502. In May 1680, Tsunayoshi was installed in Ninomaru (the outer citadel) of Edo-jo Castle as Ietsuna's adopted heir, since Ietsuna, the shogun, didn't have an heir.
  503. In May 18,1863, when Emperor Komei went to Kamo-jinja Shrine to pray for the exclusion of foreigners, Akiyoshi attended Sadahiro MORI as a guard in front of the Emperor.
  504. In May 1824, Nariyuki celebrated genpuku (attainment of manhood) whereby, in accordance with the practice of the Nijo family, being granted to use a portion of the real name of the Seii Taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") Ienari TOKUGAWA, he changed his name to Nariyuki and was conferred Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) at age of 9.
  505. In May 1825, Masaatsu was appointed to joshu daimyo (governor of castle), but was transferred to Sano again on November 19, 1826, and the Katada Domain was abolished due to this event.
  506. In May 1832, Kazan assumed Toshiyori-yaku Masseki (the lowest position of executive retainer, which is a position of Karo, or chief retainer) of the Tahara Domain.
  507. In May 1856, he met Kousai TAKEDA.
  508. In May 1856, he went to Edo and opened the 'Kyukyodo' academy, teaching rangaku, military theory and medicine.
  509. In May 1861, 10 gakari for military reforms were appointed to proceed military reforms.
  510. In May 1862, by order of the clan, he departed Nagasaki for Shanghai City, China, with Tomoatsu GODAI and others, accompanying the shogunate envoys.
  511. In May 1865, he applied for recruitment of Shinsengumi members by Toshizo HIJIKATA, Kashitaro ITO and Hajime SAITO, and joined the Shinsengumi at the age of 17.
  512. In May 1868, he assumed the position of governor of Jingikan chiji (Shinto commissioner), and reappointed gijo in October.
  513. In May 1868, the Meiji Restoration government officially announced the abolition of Ginme (silver grain) and Chogin circulation ceased.
  514. In May 1869, Kagenori was appointed to Tomyodaigakari (an official at the lighthouse, the present Japan Coast Guard Research Center) and additionally to the Customs.
  515. In May 1869, he became a trainee of director at the Ministry of Popular Affairs, and after that, was appointed director of civil suit affairs.
  516. In May 1870, Kagenori was appointed to Gon no shojo (Junior Secretary) of Minbusho.
  517. In May 1870, OSHIMA informally notified "totai ron (literally, theory of equivalent)" to Yu URASE (translator).
  518. In May 1870, he became a disciple of Kanetane HIRATA (died in 1880 at the age of 82) and studied Japanese literature and culture.
  519. In May 1870, he was appointed Hokkaido kaitaku Goyo-gakari (a general affairs official of the development of Hokkaido), and transferred to Gaimu sho (Assistnat Minister of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs) in August 1871.
  520. In May 1872, he started working for the Ministry of Education as the eleventh class, and became the inspector of Daigaku Nanko (the predecessor of the University of Tokyo) and an office manager at Daigaku Toko (the Eastern College of the University).
  521. In May 1872, he was transferred from a 12th-grade clerk at the Shinto Propagation Agency to the Shinto priest of Shiba-dai-jingu Shrine, which was located in Shiba Daimon, Minato Ward, Tokyo.
  522. In May 1873, a written opinion was submitted to the Cabinet concerning the issue to conclude a Japanese-Korea Treaty of Amity with the Yi Dynasty Korea; this was the beginning of Seikanron (debate on subjugation of Korea) and caused the Coups of 1873
  523. In May 1873, he left for home from Marseilles harbor, having stopped at the world exposition in Vienna.
  524. In May 1873, the position of marshal was abolished along with the conscription ordinance being effected, Saigo became a General in the Army, and was concurrently Sangi councilor.
  525. In May 1874 he resigned from the office of sangi as a protest against the governmental decision to send troops to Taiwan.
  526. In May 1875, eight people from Shonai including Sanehide SUGE and Shizumasa ISHIKAWA visited Kagoshima as well.
  527. In May 1875, he was appointed a fifth grade Judge assigned to Osaka Court; however, he rejected it.
  528. In May 1876, Korea dispatched to Japan the training delegates whose members were yangban (traditional ruling class or nobles of dynastic Korea during the Joseon Dynasty) as a return salute envoy.
  529. In May 1877, he met with Hajime SAITO.
  530. In May 1878, he resigned as priest of Shiba-daijingu Shrine.
  531. In May 1879, Torin MATSUMOTO, the chief priest of Kencho-ji Temple, submitted a petition for mitigation of a penalty to Yasushi NOMURA, the Governor of Kanagawa Prefecture, together with Kozen IMAKITA, the chief priest of Engaku-ji Temple, and Sonkei TAA, the chief priest of Shojoko-ji Temple (also known as Yugyo-ji Temple in Fujisawa).
  532. In May 1880, he became the Captain assigned to the 8th Regiment Foot Soldier, and in February 1882, moved up to be a Colonel of the Army appointed to the Captain of the 1st Regiment of Foot Soldier.
  533. In May 1881, 300 brewers from Kochi Prefecture presented the government with a petition for the reduction of sake brewing tax and at the same time sought cooperation from Emori UEKI who was the leader of the Freedom and People's Rights Movement and was also from Kochi.
  534. In May 1881, five years after Korea ended its seclusion policy, the government, which was actually controlled by King Gojong's wife Queen Min and her clan members, started substantial military reforms.
  535. In May 1881, he was appointed the first president of Board of Audit established in the previous year, and decorated with the Second Order of Merit in July.
  536. In May 1885, she opened 'Ogino Gynecology Clinic' in Yushima.
  537. In May 1886, he worked with INOUE, Miyoji ITO et al., to draft the constitution and the Imperial House Act, and legal codes under Prime Minister Hirobumi ITO.
  538. In May 1887 he was given the title of viscount in recognition of his achievement to date.
  539. In May 1887, despite his declinations, Itagaki was conferred the peerage of hakushaku (a count).
  540. In May 1888, 'The Memorial Monument for Sir Okubo, Udaijin (Minister of the Right), Posthumously Conferred' was build by Sutezo NISHIMURA, Yukiyasu KANAI, and Shigeru NARAHARA.
  541. In May 1888, he established Kokokusha (an advertising agency) (Seiji YUZAWA assumed the position of President later).
  542. In May 1889, he suffered a lung hemorrhage.
  543. In May 1890, he became the vice minister under the Minister of Home Affairs Tsugumichi SAIGO during the shuffle of the First Yamagata cabinet.
  544. In May 1894, he became a pupil of Kodanji ICHIKAWA (V) and took the name of Takamaru ICHIKAWA and performed for the first time at the Meijiza theater.
  545. In May 1894, he was raised to Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank); however, he was taken seriously ill and died on June 12.
  546. In May 1894, the Tonghak Peasant Revolution led by Jeon Bong Jun --a member of the Tonghak religious community-- occurred in Korea, calling for improvement of the people's livelihood and prevention of invasions from Japan and Western countries.
  547. In May 1895, after the war, he assumed the position of General-governor of the occupied territory, received Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun in the same year and was raised to Viscount.
  548. In May 1895, on his return voyage, he suffered a massive lung hemorrhage and was hospitalized in Kobe upon arrival.
  549. In May 1898, Keio Gijuku implemented consistent education program including Keio Gijuku Yochisha Primary School, Futsu Secondary School and University.
  550. In May 1899, he visited the US and received an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree (LLD) from Harvard University for distinguished services, such as the establishment of the Constitution.
  551. In May 1900, Soseki was ordered to study English literature in England by the Ministry of Education.
  552. In May 1900, he was granted a baron for his distinguished contributions to the establishment of the Constitution.
  553. In May 1905, he was adopted by Sumizo ICHIKAWA and inherited the name of Tomasu ICHIKAWA (市川登升).
  554. In May 1905, she secluded herself in the island (called "Kutsujima gomori" (seclude in Kutsujima Island), and prayed for world peace.
  555. In May 1906, the Temporary Preparation Bureau for Railway Nationalization was established under the control of the Communication Minister.
  556. In May 1907, he made a tour of inspection to the Besshi dozan copper mine.
  557. In May 1912, he made a tour of inspection to Besshi dozan copper mine and Shisaka jima Islands.
  558. In May 1915, the surrounding stone fence was donated by kabuki actors and other famous entertainers, and the promoter is said to have been 'Fushimi no Yuzan', a yakuza in Kyoto.
  559. In May 1917, "Rashomon" together with 'The Nose' and 'Imogayu' (Yam Gruel), were included in his first collection of short stories entitled "Rashomon" published by Oranda Shobo, and in 1922, the "Rashomon" story was included in his collection called the "Sara no hana" (Sal flowers) published by Kaizosha.
  560. In May 1921, he established the Shiritu Osaka Sumitomo Byoin (Sumitomo Osaka privately established hospital).
  561. In May 1928, Kokichi KANO was asked for an expert opinion of seven photographs by two believers of Amatsukyo, but he refused.
  562. In May 1929, the first Kendo Tenran-Jiai was held (the winners included Mochida [designated] and Yokoyama [prefectures]).
  563. In May 1932, young Naval officers assassinated Prime Minister Tsuyoshi INUKAI (the May 15th Incident), which put to an end to party cabinets.
  564. In May 1934, the second Kendo Tenran-Jiai was held (the winners included Yamamoto [designated] and Noma [prefectures]).
  565. In May 1949, capital was increased to fifty million yen, and in September of that year Ryotoku HIGA was appointed president, taking over the post formerly held by Kurokawa.
  566. In May 1958, Yugen Kaisha Inoda Coffee was established as a corporation and started by opening Nijodori branch in 1964, while shops were deployed in Kyoto City.
  567. In May 1971, the koshiguruwa (compound bounded by earthen walls), the moat, valleys and dales were additionally designated as a national historic site.
  568. In May 1979, the first performance was given in Asahi-za and Funa Norikomi (Kabuki actor on board greets fans on the bank of the river) was conducted for the first time in fifty-two years.
  569. In May 1998, a bronze statue of Akiko was built in the commemoration of her 120th anniversary at the west gate of Sakai Station, Nankai Main Line, in Saki City.
  570. In May 1998, he won the Order of the Direkgunabhorn, Kingdom of Thailand.
  571. In May 2000 a stone monument commemorating his achievements was erected in the precincts of Xuanzhongsi Monastery in Jiaocheng Country, Shanxi Province, China.
  572. In May 2002, Olympus Optical Co., Ltd. (present-day Olympus Corporation) ran an advertisement using the phrase "Let us get away from Tariki Hongan," in a newspaper with nationwide circulation.
  573. In May 2003 the excavation of the mound in Kumano-jinja Shrine began.
  574. In May 2005, the Executive Committee of Kyoto Intercollegiate Festa, Kyoto Intercollegiate Festa Administration Office and key figures held several meetings to talk about the name of the original dance, finally deciding on 'Kyoen Sodefure!' as the official name.
  575. In May 2006, The Forestry Agency declared that it would produce a map of pollen sources and implement measures such as transplantation with priority to those areas that are most greatly affected.
  576. In May 21, 993, he assumed the office of kanpaku again.
  577. In May 22, Nobunaga ordered Mitsuhide AKECHI and others to besiege Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple from three sides.
  578. In May 27, 1570 the name of the era was changed to Genki.
  579. In May 30, 1700 he died at the age of 52.
  580. In May 4, 1900 he submitted 'Request for Establishment of Private Kyoto Law and Politics Technical School' to the governor of Kyoto.
  581. In May 50 B.C., he was appointed as Imperial Prince by revelation in a dream.
  582. In May 586, Prince Anahobe broke in hinkyu (the funeral parlor) and the Empress was saved by her favorite retainer, MIWA no Sakau, who found himself being killed.
  583. In May 586, Prince Anahobe tried to break into Hinkyu to rape Empress Suiko (the wife of Emperor Bidatsu whose beauty was expressed as: 'fair of face and figure; well-mannered and polite.'
  584. In May 653 Min fell ill and in spite of a get-well visit by Emperor Kotoku, Min died the following month.
  585. In May 653, he traveled to Tang China along with the Japanese envoys.
  586. In May 702, he became engaged in the government by the Imperial Court as Sangi (councilor); the Councilor.
  587. In May 711, he was appointed as Saejinokami (Captain of the Left Division of Outer Palace Guards
  588. In May 715, choyo was levied on vagrants who had been running from their duties for more than three months at the place to which they had fled.
  589. In May 748, he was promoted to the official rank of Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) from Shorokuinoge (Senior Sixth Rank, Lower Grade).
  590. In May 749, he was promoted to Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  591. In May 752, she also offered Tosu (small knife) and an amber beadroll for the eye-opening ritual of the statue of Birushana Buddha in Todai-ji Temple.
  592. In May 756, after the demise of Emperor Tenmu, Prince Funado became the Crown Prince of Empress Koken by the Emperor's will.
  593. In May 756, he was put into prison with OTOMO no Koshibi for defaming the Imperial Court by the Imperial Guards.
  594. In May 830, he was transferred to Togu no suke (Assistant Master in the Crown Prince's Quarters), for the Crown Prince at the time being Imperial Prince Masara, later Emperor Ninmyo.
  595. In May 836 (old calendar), he became Kunaikyo (an official position in charge of the Imperial Palace).
  596. In May 887, he became the governor of Echizen Province.
  597. In May 937, however, he was permitted after given amnesty by Emperor Suzaku on the celebration of his attainment of manhood, and he returned to his home in June.
  598. In May 941, Sumitomo's fleet was destroyed by the troops commanded by Tsuibushi in the Battle of Hakata Bay.
  599. In May 942, Azuma-asobi was performed when the Iwashimizu Special Festival began.
  600. In May 990, with her father Michitaka assuming the Sessho (or regency) and the leadership of the clan when his grandfather FUJIWARA no Kaneie died, the family entered a golden period.
  601. In May AD 662, Yamato affixed 5000 soldiers, led by two generals Sai Binro and HATA no Takutsu, and 170 military ships to Pung and dispatched him to Paekche.
  602. In May Shingen TAKEDA, who was Nobunaga's archenemy, died from illness.
  603. In May Yoshitomi from the Kishu clan was appointed as heir to the Shogun.
  604. In May after the signing of the Shimonoseki Treaty, he went back to Japan and stayed in Hiroshima City instead of visiting his hometown.
  605. In May and June 1138, she received the title of Imperial Princess, and in May and June 1146 she became Jusango (one of the official ranks given to Imperial family members or court nobles in the Heian period).
  606. In May and June 1161, when the In Palace and the palace of Hoju-ji Temple completed, Shigeko entered into the palace together with Emperor Goshirakawa, and the Empress Kinshi, and was called 'Higashi no onkata' (respected way to call a female aristocrat).
  607. In May and June, 818, in accordance with Imperial Princess Asahara's will, the private land of Daihannyakyo, (the Greater Sutra of the Perfection of Transcendent Wisdom; the Great Wisdom Sutra)Atsuminosho in Mino Province, Yokoenosho in Echizen Province, Tsuchiinosho in Echigo Province were donated to the Todai-ji Temple.
  608. In May he also assumed the status of Shogakuin no Betto (chief of Shogakuin).
  609. In May he became Ikaiei Occupation Army (Japanese Army) Commander, was promoted to Lieutenant General and assumed the position of Second Shidan (Corpse [Japanese Army]) Chief as a successor of Maresuke NOGI.
  610. In May he was ordered by Yoritomo that he shouldn't punish his subordinates on his own even if they have problems, and that he should wait for Yoritomo's judgement.
  611. In May in the same year he played a game sponsored by Jiji Shipo against Shusai, which had 19 uchikake and ended on December 28 with a win of Shusai (white) by nakaoshi.
  612. In May next year, he visited Kashima-jingu Shrine, Katori-jingu Shrine and Ikisu-jinja Shrine, on the occasion he also went around Choshi and made a round of pilgrimages to temples and he gained a spirit rock called Ame no Iwafue (iwafue (the stone flute) is currently at Hirata Shrine Soke (the head family or house) in Chiyoda-ku).
  613. In May of 1508, Sumimoto and the eleventh shogun Yoshizumi ASHIKAGA fled to Omi one after the other and Takakuni entered the capital.
  614. In May of 1632, he summoned feudal lords who were not hereditary vassals of the Tokugawa family and issued an order to deprive Tadahiro KATO, the lord of Kumamoto Domain, Higo Province, of his official status and territory.
  615. In May of 1680, the fourth shogun, Ietsuna TOKUGAWA, died.
  616. In May of 1837, Ienari handed the shogunate over to his second son Ieyoshi, though he continued to hold power over the bakufu (This was known as "Ogosho Seiji," or a time when the bakufu was ruled by the retired shogun).
  617. In May of 1870, Tatsuji was married to Jinnosuke TAKEOKA, who was a rich farmer in the Shimogyo district.
  618. In May of 1873, he is said to have repaired a stone bridge in the Ote-mon Gate; however, it is not clear specifically which bridge was repaired.
  619. In May of 1930, only two years after the Boshin (戊辰) Shodo-Kai association was established, a new body of "Taito Shodo-in" was established by integrating the Nihon Shodo Sakushin-kai association and the Boshin (戊申) Shodo-Kai association.
  620. In May of 1931, Tsukigata became independent once again with the aim of producing talkie films and established 'Tsukigata Productions' by constructing a studio at the foot of Mt. Ikoma in Nara.
  621. In May of 2007, Indian Railways held a briefing for a survey prior to starting a project, attended by train-car manufacturers from Japan and Europe.
  622. In May of 2007, it counted a total of 2400 issues.
  623. In May of 756, Naramaro talked to SAEKI no Matanari, who was visiting the capital from the Mutsu Province with a monetary gold during Emperor Shomu's sickness, about the rebellion for the third time.
  624. In May of 762, he reported to the Prince Oama that the Imperial Court, which was presided over by the Emperor Kobun, held the Prince in disfavor.
  625. In May of that year, he was given the posthumous name of Kentoku-in.
  626. In May of the following year (1889), he was diagnosed as having pulmonary tuberculosis by a doctor after suffering from a massive lung hemorrhage.
  627. In May of the following year, 1901, the Social Democratic Party (Japan 1901) was formed by these members mentioned above (6 people excluding SAKAI), but two years later a ban was placed on the party.
  628. In May of the following year, 2008, the fact that Senba Kitcho served the leftover food from previous guests to other guests was revealed and reported to the general public.
  629. In May of the following year, Ichiro HATOYAMA, Minister of Education in the Saito Cabinet made a demand to Shigenao KONISHI, Dean of Kyoto University, to fire Takigawa.
  630. In May of the following year, she was given an 11-cho (109,087 square meters) rice field in Kawachi Province which was originally owned by the Kuraryo (the Bureau of Palace Storehouses), on condition that the land would be returned to the Kuraryo after her death.
  631. In May of the same year a political settlement of the Minpoten Ronso was made in the third Imperial Diet.
  632. In May of the same year it submitted 'a plan for establishing a lower house of parliament.'
  633. In May of the same year, Imperial Prince Atsuhito became the Crown Prince.
  634. In May of the same year, Shogun Hidetada travelled to Kyoto where he extended Kazuko's stay at the palace as consort when he discovered that Oyotsu was pregnant.
  635. In May of the same year, Toshimichi OKUBO was murdered and Kuroda came to be considered the most powerful person in the Satsuma domain clique.
  636. In May of the same year, Yorimasa and Prince Mochihito prepared a message to all the Minamoto clan samurai as well as main temples and shrines throughout the whole country to call for a battle against the Taira clan.
  637. In May of the same year, Yoshiko was reappointed to Naishi no suke which she has resigned due to illness.
  638. In May of the same year, he assumed the position as Minister of Justice in The First Matsukata Cabinet.
  639. In May of the same year, he entered the priesthood to become a monk at Daigo-ji Temple of the headquarters of Shingon-shu Diago sect (Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture).
  640. In May of the same year, he was nominated as the second winner in the Third Kinema Junpo Top Ten (1926) because he used the setting featuring the abstract painting style of Tomoyoshi MURAYAMA as Russian Constructivism in a movie "Nichirin" a joint film with Daisuke ITO and drew a lot of attention.
  641. In May of the same year, the Imperial Court ordered to put yoi-ji (good character) to each kori (county) and sato (village) in provinces near capital and in seven prefectures.
  642. In May of the same year, the company established "Makino Production Chubu Studio" (currently, Dotokushin-machi, Minami Ward (Nagoya City), Nagoya City), and Makino's oldest son Masahiro MAKINO, who was a film director and was only 18 years old, became the head of studio.
  643. In May of the same year, trained Sado no kami Ogasawara as his replacement in Bushu-Iwatsuki.
  644. In May of the same year, when Yoshimitsu passed away, Yoshimochi, who had been treated coldly by Yoshimitsu, threw Yoshitsugu and his mother, Kasugano tsubone, out from Kitayamatei; however, on July 23rd, he was appointed chunagon (Middle councilor).
  645. In May or June (April in old lunar calendar), 1573, he reverted to the Takeda family name, took over as head of the family, and became the twentieth family head of the Takeda clan because Shingen died of illness during the operation of advancing to the capital (Kyoto).
  646. In May or June of 1129 he became Betto (the head secretary) of Todai-ji Temple.
  647. In May the Imperial Court appointed FUJIWARA no Kajinaga to Oryoshi (military officer to subdue a rebellion) and deployed 1,000 soldiers on horseback and 2,000 foot soldiers from Mutsu Province in order to suppress the rebellion.
  648. In May the Imperial Court appointed Sachuben (Middle Controller of the Left) FUJIWARA no Yasunori to Dewa no Gon no Kami (Provincial Governor of Dewa Province) in order to subdue the rebellion.
  649. In May the same year, the Hongan-ji Temple army also made peace with the Oda army on the conditions which advantageous for the Oda army by Imperial order of Emperor Ogimachi, and withdrew from Osaka.
  650. In May, 1185, after the Taira clan died out at the Battle of Danno-ura, Tadakiyo was captured by Mitsukazu KATO's followers in Onoura, Shima Province, and was executed in the Rokujo-gawara riverside on May 16, according to "Azuma Kagami" (The Mirror of the East).
  651. In May, 1223, he also produced a statue of Komokuten (the guardian of the West) among the figures of shoson in Jizo Jurin-in Temple, which was moved to Kozan-ji Temple.
  652. In May, 1325, he went to Kyoto with his younger brother Ietaka, where he was appointed to Jushiinoge, Settsu no kami, and his brother to Jugoinoge, Yamashiro no kami (Governor of Yamashiro Province).
  653. In May, 1331, when the Genko Incident by Toshimoto HINO and others occurred, he went up to Kyoto as a senior immediate vassal of the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  654. In May, 1528, Kanrei Takakuni HOSOKAWA, with whom Takakge had a confrontation the previous year, voluntarily left the capital to go down to Ichijodani.
  655. In May, 1545, he invaded Takato-jo Castle in Kamiina and destroyed Yoritsugu TAKATOO, and in July, destroyed Yorichika FUJISAWA, the lord of Fukuyo-jo Castle.
  656. In May, 1553, Kenshin UESUGI dispatched a full-fledged legion of troops to Shinano Province at the request of Yoshikiyo MURAKAMI and the local ruling families in Northern Shinano.
  657. In May, 1553, Yoshikiyo MURAKAMI abandoned Katsurao-jo Castle to flee to Echigo Province, to be with Kagetora NAGAO (Kenshin UESUGI).
  658. In May, 1616, Tadatoshi SAKAI, Kiyotsugu NAITO and Tadatoshi AOYAMA were appointed as councilors to look after Iemitsu.
  659. In May, 1651, he was posthumously conferred the rank of Senior First Rank, Grand Minister, and was given the Buddhist name "Daikenin."
  660. In May, 1863, he met the then chief retainer of the Takato Domain, Kikuso OKAMURA and asked him to write a foreword to a collection of haiku, "Echigo shishi."
  661. In May, 1864, Yoshinobu inspected the coastline of Settsu Province.
  662. In May, 1869, Seimikyoku was founded.
  663. In May, 1869, he became a secretary of Gaikokukan (the department of foreign affairs), and when the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was established in August of the same year, he was appointed Gaimu shosakan (a post at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the thirteenth rank).
  664. In May, 1870 after Meiji Restoration, he entered the preparatory school of Osaka Military School.
  665. In May, 1870, Koga who was extremely radical and eight other Dai junsatsu were dismissed in the name of the reduction of personnel.
  666. In May, 1870, School of Chemistry was transformed into School of Science.
  667. In May, 1875, the first tondenhei settlement was built in Kotoniheison in the suburbs of Sapporo.
  668. In May, 1880 he was appointed as Daitaicho (Chief of battalion) of the 14th Infantry Regiment of Chindai (garrison) in Kumamoto, and in December, 1882 moved to Kansei-kyoku (office that controlled west Japan) of Staff Headquarters.
  669. In May, 1884, Saihei HIROSE and several other members consolidated a number of ship owners and established a grand company with 93 vessels and a capital of 1.2 million yen, Osaka Shosen Kaisha (OSK Lines).
  670. In May, 1887, his achievement of Meiji Restoration was recognized, so that he was given Baron.
  671. In May, 1895, he assumed the post of Commander-in-Chief of the Readiness Fleet again, and held the concurrent post of Commander-in-Chief of the Combined Fleet.
  672. In May, 1901, he played the part of Komachi in "Rokkasen" ("Rokkasen Sugata no Irodori"), and the part of Goemon ISHIKAWA in "Sanmon Gosan no Kiri" and so on, and succeeded to the name of the fifth Shikan NAKAMURA.
  673. In May, 1901, he was satirized on 'the Kokkei shinbun' (satirical newspaper) published by Gaikotsu MIYATAKE.
  674. In May, 1910, he became the chairperson of Tokyo Bar Association.
  675. In May, 1919, the Faculty of Economics opened.
  676. In May, 1924, the University Farm and the Experimental Forest, both attached to the Faculty of Agriculture, were established.
  677. In May, 1933, the Ministry of Education laid off Yukitoki TAKIGAWA, Prof. of the Faculty of Law.
  678. In May, 1939, the Provisional Special Division of Medicine was established.
  679. In May, 1944, the Wood Research Institute was established.
  680. In May, 1949, Kyoto University annexed Third High School (Dai San Kou) and was reorganized under the new system.
  681. In May, 1961, the College of Technology was established.
  682. In May, 1971, the Research Center for Sports Science was established.
  683. In May, 1976, 'Committee for preparing and reorganizing the Toen bunko' was established, and in April, 1983, 'Committee for reorganizing the Toen bunko' was created.
  684. In May, 1976, the Ultrahigh Temperature Plasma Laboratory, attached to the Faculty of Engineering, was reorganized into the Plasma Physics Laboratory.
  685. In May, 586, Prince Anahobe, as an act of insult to Empress Suiko (an empress of Emperor Bidatsu) attempted to enter the temporary imperial mortuary.
  686. In May, 707, the anniversary of her husband Kusakabe no miko's death (May 22, 707) was designated as a kokki (national day of mourning).
  687. In May, 941, he repelled FUJIWARA no Sumitomo's army in Hakatanotsu.
  688. In May, ETO became the first minister of justice.
  689. In May, Emperor Gomurakami escaped from Yamashiro Yawata to Ano.
  690. In May, Goshirakawa transferred Antoku from Yorimori's residence in Hachijo to Kanin-dairi Palace.
  691. In May, He entered Tokyo Gaikokugo Gakko (the Tokyo School of Foreign language under the old system, the present-day Tokyo University of Foreign Studies).
  692. In May, Iwakura came to know the contents of the proposal, got very angry about the contents and the fact that Okuma ignored Iwakura, and submitted the written proposal to Imperial Prince Taruhito, and then Iwakura consulted with Kowashi INOUE.
  693. In May, Iwarehikono Mikoto sailed the boat out, but the arrow wound of Itsuse no mikoto became worse at Yamaki no minato and he died at Kamayama Kii Province.
  694. In May, Katsumoto successfully called on his allies nationwide, including Masanaga who had taken refuge in Hokuriku, to occupy Hana no Gosho, took into custody the Shogun and others on the pretext of protecting them from warfare, and invited the incumbent and retired emperors to Muromachi-dai.
  695. In May, Motonari assailed the Shionoya gate of the castle but was utterly defeated.
  696. In May, Naosuke II of the lord of the Hikone Domain became Tairo (chief minister).
  697. In May, Shigemori again received an imperial order to hunt down and kill pirates.
  698. In May, Takakuni raised a large army and marched into Kyoto.
  699. In May, Yorimori was promoted to Gon Dainagon, but collapse of the regime was close at hand.
  700. In May, Yoshikiyo MURAKAMI fought back Takeda's forces, leading the samurai land owners in northern Shinano and a support troop of 5,000 soldiers from Kagetora, and won the Battle of Hachiman (around present Takemizuwake-jinja Shrine in the Yawata area of Chikuma City).
  701. In May, Yoshisada NITTA, who had already returned to Kozuke Province, raised his army in Ikushina-jinja Shrine, and his forces started to advance on Kamakura heading westward on Tosan-do Road.
  702. In May, during the internecine strife between Dosan SAITO and his son Toshitatsu, Yoshinari and Mataichi SENGOKU of the Saito faction fought a fierce battle while the Oda forces were withdrawing, and managed to ensure the Oda army's evacuation in safety.
  703. In May, formalities of 太計帳, seibyobo (the register of standing crops) and yusocho (the field-tax report, same meaning of socho) were distributed among provinces.
  704. In May, four provinces (Noto, Awa, Iwaki and Iwase) were established.
  705. In May, fourteen criminals were released.
  706. In May, he assumed office as Instructor of art analysis in the special course of Tokyo University of the Arts.
  707. In May, he became a member of the Literature Committee.
  708. In May, he became a member of the Provisional Kana Usage Investigation Committee of the Ministry of Education.
  709. In May, he became an instructor of Tokyo Senmongakko (present Waseda University.)
  710. In May, he became the soldiers' instructor of the residence of Tosa Domain and probably taught them English; however, this is only a recollection after the Meiji period, so there is little in the records regarding the matter of English.
  711. In May, he departed for the front of the Russo-Japanese War, and during this military campaign, he assumed office as Army General, Commander of Oryokuko-gun and took part in the Battle of Mukden.
  712. In May, he eventually decided to withdraw to Kai Province.
  713. In May, he moved on to Army General, and in July, moved to Chief of Imperial Guard Division.
  714. In May, he moved to Matsue due to his father's personnel relocation.
  715. In May, he moved to Tokyo on the coattails of Kaoru OSANAI with whom he had been forced to exchange letters.
  716. In May, he prepared the Shiko-kaigi (the four major lords' meeting), which was held at the residence of the domain of Satuma, and the residence of the domain of Tosa in Kyoto.
  717. In May, he quitted the domain school.
  718. In May, he received the permission of the establishment of Hakuaisha from Imperial Prince Arisugawanomiya Taruhito at Kumamoto.
  719. In May, he resigned from being a professor at Tokyo Gaikokugo Gakko.
  720. In May, he took part in the Battle of Minato-gawa River and performed well.
  721. In May, he visited Hyuga Province (Shugoshiki (post of provincial constable): Takahisa SHIMAZU).
  722. In May, he visited Robert Koch along with Shibasaburo KITASATO, and joined the hygiene laboratory.
  723. In May, he was appointed Kaikeikan Hanji (a magistrate of Accounting Office), and ordered to work at Osaka Prefecture as Kaikeikan Hanji in June.
  724. In May, he was promoted to Army Surgeon of the First Class (equivalent to Taijo, Captain).
  725. In May, he was promoted to Karyo of the Military Medicine Headquarters, and was assigned to investigate the Prussian army's hygiene system.
  726. In May, his army was heavily defeated in the Battle of Kurikara-toge by Yoshinaka's army.
  727. In May, his second daughter, Annu KOBORI, was born.
  728. In May, however, he was counterattacked by Takakuni who rearranged his troops and fought at Toji-in Temple in Kyoto.
  729. In May, next year (1167), Kiyomori resigned as the grand minister of state and Shigemori became Toryo (leader of samurai) of the Taira clan.
  730. In May, published 'Garakuta Bunko.'
  731. In May, she published 'Warekara' (literally, From Myself), and 'Tsuzoku Shokanbun' (literally, Popular Epistle) in "Nichiyo Hyakka Zensho" (literally, The Daily Encyclopedia).
  732. In May, the Imperial army headed by ONO no Yoshifuru arrived in Kyushu.
  733. In May, the Taira clan army was defeated badly in the Battle of Kurikara-toge.
  734. In May, the Yoro Ritsuryo Code (a code promulgated in the Yoro period) which was first undertaken by his grandfather, FUJIWARA no Fuhito, was enforced.
  735. In May, the armies, numbering in all 5800 men (6100 men, if the army at Kanagoe-toge pass is included) assembled on the border between Bungo and Buzen, and commenced fighting.
  736. In May, the expedition to contain Masakado in the east returned to Kyoto, and in June, an order was issued to track down and kill FUJIWARA no Fumimoto, who had been identified as the person who attacked FUJIWARA no Sanetaka.
  737. In May, the long-awaited imperial approval to open Hyogo port was given after an all-night meeting of many noble figures, including Nariyuki NIJO, Sessho (regent), allowing Yoshinobu to seize the initiative.
  738. In May, the names of districts and go's became obligated to bear koji (letters which signified a positive meaning and often used for a person's name or place name).
  739. In May, the post of Kozuke shugoshiki maintained by Noriharu came to be held by Norikata.
  740. In May, the same year, Suntory began marketing 'Super Hop's,' in which the ratio of malt was less than 25%, in response to that Fall's revision of the Liquor Tax Act.
  741. In May, the troops of Nobukata TAKEDA and Shigeyuki HOSOKAWA among others invaded the Isshiki family's territory in Wakasa and, in the capital too, the residences of Yoshinao ISSHIKI and generals of the Western camp were attacked, while Yoshitoshi SHIBA invaded Totoumi from Owari.
  742. In May, they advanced into Izumo Province; however, as it took three long months to capture Akana-jo Castle they set up their headquarters in Mitoyamine in November.
  743. In May, upon deciding to retaliate against the Enryaku-ji Temple, Goshirakawa dismissed Myoun who was Tendai zasu (a chief priest of the Tendai sect of Buddhism), seized his land, and issued an order to deport him to Izu Province.
  744. In May, went to Shuzenji for medical treatment.
  745. In May, when Shigeko was given an official letter by Emperor to confer the ingo (title of respect given to close female relatives of the Emperor or a woman of comparable standing) of Kenshunmonin, Tokitada was appointed as nyoin betto (a chief officer serving a retired empress).
  746. In May, when the Emperor Goyozei made an Imperial visit to Jurakudai (Hideyoshi's residence and office in Kyoto), he accompanied the Emperor walking behind Hideyoshi's gissha (ox-drawn carriage), and submitted a kishomon (sworn oath) of loyalty with other daimyo (Japanese feudal lords).
  747. In Medieval Japan, full-fledged cultivation of cotton had not yet begun.
  748. In Medieval times it was common to tell people wearing Noshi 'come to the Palace in your Noshi costume' through a messenger instead of issuing Senshi letter (Shosoku).
  749. In Medieval times, Japan rather imported gold, which was in contradiction to the legend of Zipangu, a land of gold.
  750. In Meiji Government, Nihonkoku Kokkenan (one of the drafts of Constitution) that was reported to the throne by Genroin (the Chamber of Elders) in 1880 adopted the 'Kotei' title.
  751. In Meiji Period he was enshrined at a part of Nikkotoshogu, and Toyokuni Shrine was reconstructed.
  752. In Meiji Period, Jisuke HIROSE invented 'Katagami Yuzen' (Yuzen-style printed silk using cutting paper patterns) employing a printing technique, which broadened the popularity of yuzen.
  753. In Meiji Period, the currency of Edo period was analysed by Mint Bureau (Japan).
  754. In Meiji period and later, shakuhachi was fully included in sankyoku music, and "Chidori no Khyoku" was also arranged by each school of shakuhachi for an ensemble, in which context it can be a song for shakuhachi.
  755. In Meiji period, Minting Authority in Japan analyzed the coin in Edo period.
  756. In Meiji period, author Shoyo TSUBOUCHI described Katsumoto as a loyal subject in "Kiri Hitoha (A Paulownia Leaf)," and historical studies debated his loyalty or disloyalty.
  757. In Meiji period, many Igo players supported the judgment of Nyobutsu (theory of life-and-death in all stages), but Nihon Ki-in adopted the theory of partial life-and-death when it established the rule in 1949.
  758. In Meiji period, the administration was transferred to new Meiji Government and Japanese army and navy were created through modernization policy, then ninja lost their job.
  759. In Meiji period, the coin of Edo p;eriod was analyzed by Minting Authority in Japan.
  760. In Meiji period, the government adopted the setchu-jaku as the official kane-jaku which was defined that 1 shaku was equivalent to 10 over 33 of the meter standard (that is, 10 over 33 meters).
  761. In Meiji period, the road section of Fushimi-kaido Road (later renamed Takeda-kaido Road) from Kyoto up to Fushimi was combined with the above as Yamato-kaido Road up to the boundary with Nara Prefecture.
  762. In Mesoamerica, the wall paintings in Bonampak ruins in the State of Chiapas (Late Classic period) and Cacaxtla Archaeological Ruins (Early Post Classic period) in the Central Plateau are well-known.
  763. In Mibu-Roshigumi he became a Fukucho jokin and one of the original leaders.
  764. In Middle Japanese the [p] sound, which had once disappeared before Old Japanese, appeared again but as it paralleled [?], it was treated as a newly-introduced phoneme/p/, independent from [?] (which is referred to as a phoneme/h/).
  765. In Middle Japanese, a suffix "-i"started to be used for verbs with lower bigraded conjugation or with KA-row or SA-row irregular conjugation.
  766. In Middle Japanese, however, those labialized consonants became unified with unlabialized consonants when put before i- and e-vowels.
  767. In Mie Prefecture, hishi mochi is called sankaku mochi (triangle mochi), and it is customary to bring it to one's parents during the Doll Festival.
  768. In Mie Prefecture, people believed that Ushioni put them under a powerful curse.
  769. In Mikawa Province, the troops of the Isshiki clan compelled Kuniuji TOJO, who was the shugodai of Shigeyuki HOSOKAWA, to commit suicide and thus held an advantage, which was a turning point that prompted Shigeyuki to refuse to attend the bakufu.
  770. In Mikinotsukasa, three Shitokan officials, i.e., Kami, Jo, and Sakan were placed; on the other hand, an official corresponding to Suke was not prepared.
  771. In Mikka Heishi no ran (the three-day rebellion of the Taira clan) in July 1184 (Heian period), he set out to subdue the rebellion with his youngest son Yoshikiyo.
  772. In Mikkyo (Esoteric Buddhism) it is regarded as the principal image of Kangiten-ho (歓喜天法) (Shoten-ho (聖天法)), who prays for pious acts, but it is generally worshipped as a god of marital harmony and the blessing of a child.
  773. In Mikkyo (Esoteric Buddhism) there are some examples in which he has one face and two upper arms (一面二臂) with a crown on the head, armor on the body and a tokkosho, a pestle with a single sharp blade at each end--this being considered an attribute of Buddhist guardian figures as well as a symbolic item of Esoteric Buddhism--in his hand.
  774. In Mikkyo it is regarded as a symbol of aspiration for Buddhahood (a mind to seek enlightenment through mastering the truth) and seen as the same entity as Kongosatta which has the same character.
  775. In Mikkyo it is shaped as a child with its hair tied in a bun (髻), which conveys a pure mind.
  776. In Mikkyo one 'Buddha' is considered to appear in the three figures of 'jishorinjin (the embodiment of the wheel of own-nature),' 'shoborinjin (shohorinjin, the embodiment of the wheel of the true Dharma)' and 'kyoryorinjin (the embodiment of the wheel of injunction).'
  777. In Mikkyo, it is admired as one of the Nyorai of the five Buddhas (five Buddhas of wisdom).
  778. In Mikkyo, this god is held service (Jitenku) to learn the law of jichinsai (ground-breaking ceremony).
  779. In Mimasaka City, Okayama Prefecture, 'the Milky Way Fire Festival' is held every summer.
  780. In Minagawa's school, he enjoyed friendship with Ritsuzan SHIBANO and others and learned history from Shunsui RAI.
  781. In Minakuchi-matsuri Festivals, Tanokami is received before the cultivation season in spring and enshrined when rice nurseries are seeded.
  782. In Minamiashigara City, however, there is a waterfall called Yuhi no taki, and legend there has it that Kintaro was born in the residence of Shimanchoja and water from this waterfall was used for this first bath.
  783. In Ming, Suiboku-Zatsu-ga, on which Kaki (flowering plants), fruits, vegetables, and fish were also painted.
  784. In Ming, as the currency system based upon using both silver and paper money was established, the necessity of minting copper coins became lost.
  785. In Mingaku, 'four wind instruments, three stringed instruments and four percussion instruments' were used.
  786. In Mingaku, the song sung by males in unison constitutes its major portion, with the musical instruments accompanying the song's melody.
  787. In Mino Province, he constructed Kawate-jo castle in Atsumi county because the new Nagamori-jo castle built by his uncle in the same county was small.
  788. In Mino, Owari, Ise, and Mikawa in former provinces' name of Tokai region, where are centered on Nobi Plain, 36 square front, square back tomb mounds and 49 keyhole-shaped tomb mounds are found.
  789. In Mino, under the direction of Prince Oama, O no Honji already took up arms and Fuwa road was blocked.
  790. In Mishirabe, a person reflects on him or herself under extremely severe situation where no food, sleep, or water is allowed, in order to see which seeds he or she has more than the other, the seeds to bring him or her to hell or those to heaven.
  791. In Mito Domain, the Shimizu-ha branch was introduced by Sohaku TANAKA, who had learned it from Dokan SHIMIZU the fourth during the reign of Harumori TOKUGAWA, the sixth Lord of Mito Domain.
  792. In Mito domain, Tengu-to party, whose members included Koshiro FUJITA and Kounsai TAKEDA, raised an army in Mt. Tsukuba in March 1864.
  793. In Miwa, which has long history of producing somen, somen were classified into four categories based on their thinness, in the past.
  794. In Miyagi Prefecture, two brands of 'Shiramatsu ga Monaka Honpo Ltd.' and 'Kotobuki Sanshokumonaka Honpo.,ltd' headquartered in Sendai City are famous specialties, and both (especially the former) focus on advertising such as commercial films on local televisions and outdoor advertisement.
  795. In Miyajima, there was a bath where heated cold spring was used, but it was discontinued because of public sewer work thirty years ago.
  796. In Miyakokoryu, there are two styles side by side: "seika", classical style passed down from ryuso, and "shinseika" which is developed from seika for modern space.
  797. In Miyamoto Musashi written by Eiji YOSHIKAWA, for example, he is depicted as a key person who bears the role of admonishing Musashi.
  798. In Miyazaki Prefecture it is called "Musabi" and in Kochi Prefecture "Kechibi."
  799. In Miyazaki Prefecture, the fishing season begins on September 2 and ends at the end of March.
  800. In Mizusawa City, Iwate Prefecture (present-day, Oshu City), Choei was honored as one of three heroes (Choei TAKANO, Makoto SAITO and Shinpei GOTO).
  801. In Mochihito-o War, Sohei also fought against the Taira family.
  802. In Moko Shurai Ekotoba, Morimune, who was receiving a report of military exploit by Suenaga, was depicted.
  803. In Mongol the old calendar originally meant the Shixian calendar which, however, is seldom used at the present.
  804. In Mongolia, China and South Korea, the damage due to kosa is considerable, becoming a social problem.
  805. In Mongolia, China, and the Republic of Korea, kosa sometimes causes significant damage to activities of the people and the economy in these areas, and it becomes socially important to take measures against kosa and to prevent kosa from occurring.
  806. In Mongolia, a butsudan of Tibetan Buddhism is occasionally installed in a yurt (house).
  807. In Monju-do in Amanohashidate in Tango Province (currently the north part of Kyoto Prefecture), a lone pine tree called 'ryuto's pine' stands and at midnight on the day sixteen every month, ryuto flies to put a divine fire on this pine from offshore.
  808. In Monzaemon CHIKAMATSU's a love suicide story ' Shinju Kasane Izutsu' there were shops that also sold services of a sexual nature and were called 'irojaya' (literally, 'colored tea houses').
  809. In Moriya-jinja Shrine where this kami was enshrined, it was regarded as a kami who enters into a Shinto priest and provides divine messages.
  810. In Motsunabe served in restaurants, beef intestines are mostly used, but various kinds of offal can be used, considering the name of Motsunabe.
  811. In Mount Kurama, located in the mountains of Kyoto, mountain ascetic hermits actively practiced Vajrayana Buddhism.
  812. In Mount Ogasa, Shizuoka Prefecture, there is a mysterious occurrence called "Tengu's music" in which music is heard from the mountain in summer, which is said to be a trick of the Tengu of Ogasa Shrine.
  813. In Mt. Hiei, Kurodani is still called Seiryu-ji Temple (Sakamoto, Otsu City) today.
  814. In Mt. Hiei, there is a stone lantern which is inscribed that 'Petitioner: Mitsuhide' donated it in February and March 1615.
  815. In Mt. Iidesan in Fukushima Prefecture, as above mentioned, there is 'Mt. Iidesan Shrine.'
  816. In Mt. Ikoma, a secret mountain where Hozan-ji Temple is located, there are many sharmanic religious sites (Korean Temples) for Korean-Japanese other than Hozan-ji Temple.
  817. In Mt. Oiwa in Koshinohara, Yasu City, Shiga Prefecture, 14 dotaku were excavated in 1881 and 10 dotaku in 1962.
  818. In Mt. Tatsuda
  819. In Mt. Yoshino, there have been many cherry trees since ancient times, and some 30,000 wild cherry trees, the original species of cherry, grow close together in four areas of Shimo, Naka, Kami, and Oku, in order from bottom to top of the mountain, making the mountain a viewing site.
  820. In Mugon mairi, it is believed that one's wish will be fulfilled if one visits the otabisho seven nights without having communication with others while the mikoshi stays in the otabisho.
  821. In Mumonkan, as many as 48 koan were selected by Mumon Ekai from various sources, with sho (words of praise) and annotations added to each of them.
  822. In Munakata Taisha Shrine, she was enshrined as '湍津姫神' (Tagitsu-hime).
  823. In Munich, he established friendships with Ogai MORI, who was an overseas student sent by the Department of War, and with Julius Exter, who was an art student.
  824. In Murata-cho, 'Munetaka-ko Matsuri Hanabitaikai' (Lord Munetaka Commemorative Fireworks Display) is held on the anniversary of his death even now.
  825. In Muro County (Kumano district), the Yamamoto clan in Kuchikumano offered do-or-die resistance, following the Yukawa clan.
  826. In Muromachi and Edo periods, it was widely used for freight transport between Mount Koya and the trade port of Sakai.
  827. In Muromachi era Miyoshi clan was shugodai (deputy military governor) of Awa Province.
  828. In Muromachi period, Kannami and Zeami (father and his son), the Sarugaku performers of Yuzaki Group, were highly regarded by the Muromachi Shogunate family, and they developed the Sarugaku into the form of Noh (Sarugaku Noh) under the patronage of Muromachi Shogunate family.
  829. In Muromachi period, Yukinaga MIYOSHI, who was dubbed a great commander having both wisdom and courage, appeared and served Hosokawa clan, Shogunal Deputy.
  830. In Muromachi period, the Yoshida-sha branch flourished partly because one of the family member's became a noble, while the Hirano-sha branch declined and ended with Kaneo URABE, who descended from Kanekata after eight generations.
  831. In Muromachi period, vice shogun was not permanent, but appointed once or twice.
  832. In Muroran City and Hakodate City, and the Oshima Subprefectural Office jurisdiction and the Hiyama Subprefectural Office jurisdiction in Hokkaido, the term "yakitori" is often used to mean "yakiton" (grilled pork).
  833. In Muryogikyo, which is the "opening" sutra to the Lotus Sutra, Buddha states that he has been searching for the truth for more than 40 years but has not yet found it.
  834. In Mutsuwaki, there is a sentence that reads, 'It is disgraceful for a bushi to resort to such a conduct.'
  835. In Myoho-ji Temple in Nagahama (present-day, Nagahama City, Shiga Prefecture), there remain a portrait called Hidekatsu HASHIBA portrait, unconfirmed, a tombstone and a Buddhist mortuary which are believed to be Hidekatsu's.
  836. In Myohoji Temple at Nagahama there remains a portrait of a child, who is said to be Hidekatsu HASHIBA, a stone monument, which is said to be Hidekatsu's tomb, and an ancestral tablet.
  837. In Nagahama City (former Asai-cho), Shiga Prefecture, Ichi has been designed into a city mascot which is quite popular.
  838. In Nagano Prefecture, a festival of Kakashiage is held, in which a scarecrow of Tokanya is brought from the paddy field to put up in the garden and a mill-stone and a square measuring cup are placed to offer rice cake.
  839. In Nagano Prefecture, people make a rice ear shaped Mochibana using a branch of shidareyanagi (weeping willow spray) and express a good harvest.
  840. In Nagaoka Domain, when Nagaoka-jo Castle surrendered on July 8 (表記の変更), the uprising occurred protesting against the disposition of rice by the new government and the compulsory recruitment of laborers by the domain.
  841. In Nagareyama City and Aizuwakamatsu City, the 'Anniversary for Isami KONDO's Death' is celebrated every year for his soul.
  842. In Nagasaki Prefecture, there is a folk tale that Kappa (water imps) adore Shinto priests who are the descendants of Kurikuma no Okimi, as Kurikuma no Okimi was thought to be the chief of creatures living in the water in Japan.
  843. In Nagasaki it is also called Castella kamaboko.
  844. In Nagasaki, he learned poetry and calligraphy from ?允譲, a foreigner.
  845. In Nagasaki, the pot was later named "chanko" for short (which is thought be the same way of naming pumpkin).
  846. In Nagato City, Yamaguchi Prefecture, the ratio of the number of yakitori-ya restaurants to population is high, because poultry farming is popular and high quality chicken had been distributed at relatively low prices in this city.
  847. In Nagatomi's training school, he was called 'the three greatest talents,' together with Nanmei KAMEI and Koshuku ODA.
  848. In Nagoshi shinji, 'Chigaya no wakuguri' (Chinowa kuguri, passing through a ring of miscanthus) is performed in many shrines.
  849. In Nagoya City and its vicinity, besides a regular 'sauce katsusando,' a 'miso katsusando' is sold at convenience stores and so on.
  850. In Nagoya the people protested, saying Nagoya had been skipped, skipped, while in Kyoto the people were slightly nervous because it wasn't the train that arrived at the best time for tourism.
  851. In Nagoya, both names are used (the dominant view is that 'mabushi' comes from the word 'mabusu,' which means to scatter around.
  852. In Nagoya, there were only three kengyo who were in the line of Kengyo OGINO: Koji INOKAWA, Masayasu MISHINA, and Masatomi DOIZAKI.
  853. In Naikotobu there is one shunin riji (chief director), one or two shitsuji (stewards), and some riji (administrators) are appointed within the chief priests of tatchu temples under the supervision of Hoshu, and they become representatives of operations of the temple of sohonzan.
  854. In Naka sites (the remains of Nakoku) in Hakata Ward, Fukuoka City, the nation's oldest site of a `road was found (7meters wide, 1.5 kilometers in a north-south direction) assumed to be developed based on `city planning' in the third century.
  855. In Nakagyo Ward, there are 32 pairs of same town names that indicates different locations as follows.
  856. In Nakagyo Ward, town names in most of the eastern half of Nakagyo Ward are independent town names, while those in the western part of Nakagyo Ward are prefixed by the place names from before the municipal merger such as 'Jurakumawari,' 'Nishinokyo' and 'Mibu.'
  857. In Namegata City, Ibaraki Prefecture, there is a 'Tenguzuka' for the repose of Tenguto members who were executed by the Aso Domain; there is also a chukonhi (monument for loyal souls) for Tenguto members in the precincts of the Omiya-jinja Shrine.
  858. In Nanamoto, due to the heavy gunfire from the government army and intermittent rain, the Satsuma army delayed in fighting back and could do nothing but endure the attack without grasping the situation.
  859. In Nanden bukkyo (Buddhism that spread from India to Sri Lanka and Southeast Asian countries such as Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, and Cambodia), Jodo-e is collectively celebrated as Vesak festival on the full-moon day in May, along with Kanbutsu-e (ceremony held to commemorate Buddha's birthday) and Nehan-e (Memorial service for the anniversary of Buddha's Nirvana).
  860. In Nankoku City, the Izunahime no Mikoto enshrined at the Izuta-jinja Shrines are traditionally called "Mihashira no menokami" (three sister goddesses).
  861. In Nanryoza, Sakai City, the silver craftsman Sakube YUASA had been collecting refined silver coins and selling them again after engraving hallmarks, but with other craftsmen, he was asked to make samples to show Ieyasu TOKUGAWA before the shogun opened the Ginza in Fushimi town.
  862. In Nanshu-ji Temple located in Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture, there exists a grave that should be Ieyasu's.
  863. In Nanto gakusho, however, the piece is called 'Nasori' in hitorimai and 'Rakuson' in futarimai.
  864. In Nara City, Nara Prefecture many families still follow this tradition and Hiiragi-iwashi is quite a common sight, but in Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture you seldom see Hiiragi-iwashi.
  865. In Nara Kitamachi, an old townscape from the Edo to Showa periods still remains and you will find a traditional townhouse using the style called 'horen-goshi lattice,' the Nara juvenile prison of Western-style architecture, the Memorial Hall of Nara Women's University which is an important cultural property, and so on.
  866. In Nara Prefecture, it is a custom to have Hataame (flag candy) on the day of Hatsu-uma.
  867. In Nara period, the provided shiden was already cultivated before provision, but in Heian period, the cases increased that the provided shiden was ruined, empty land.
  868. In Nara, Moromitsu held "Ojoko kai" (a gathering to recite Buddhist sutra to pray for going to Paradise after death), and he did "Nijuhappon uta kanjin" (the dedication of Japanese poetry, composed under 28 different topics, to temples and shrines), and moreover, he compiled "Nantoshu" (Collection of Japanese Poems in Southern Capital), which was scattered and is nonexistent today.
  869. In Narinori UESUGI's time they were promoted to 180,000 koku.
  870. In Nasu-machi, Tochigi Prefecture, there is 'a grave of 14 vagrants' Tenguto members who lost at Mt. Yamizo and then executed.
  871. In Natsukusa no fu, it is said that Motochika got married to Nana, a beautiful younger sister of Toshimitu SAITO, through a connection with Mitsuhide AKECHI, but that is not true.
  872. In Natsuyama Zatsudan, Meaka and Meao are described as if they were geographical names but Meaka and Meao Fudo-son respectively began to be referred to as Meaka Fudo and Meao Fudo after relocating to their current locations that have yet to be named after those Fudo-son.
  873. In Navy, battles at close range using sharp weapons including swords, spears, bayonet drills, and knives and dull weapons such as bats were called hand-to-hand combat.
  874. In Navy, various cares were taken for the food service by inventing and arranging the Western dishes for the taste of Japanese people; for example, curry dish was provided with Japanese rice; an eclectic dish such as the meat and potato pot dish in soy sauce taste was invented.
  875. In Neo-Confucianism there is a principle regarding oneself and the world that if you cultivate the mind you can achieve understanding and can rule the world.
  876. In New Year of 842 (old calendar), he became Kazusa Taishu.
  877. In New Year, 1219, when Sanetomo was assassinated, Kagemori became a priest in mourning Sanetomo's death, called himself Dairenbokakuchi, and entered Koya-san Mountain.
  878. In New Years, children were allowed to sit up late and play games, besides, in the late Edo period, the New Year's special event playing the Hyakunin Isshu Karuta began, therefore, the game gradually became fixed as a New Years activity.
  879. In New York, rotensho such as hot dog sellers continue to trade, serving their social role, but in Japan, because of the reasons above and the change in attitudes with the end of the high-growth period, they cannot be easily recreated.
  880. In Nichiren Shoshu Sect, the rank of the monk (rank of priest) is listed as follows.
  881. In Nichiren sect, this Kyokan sotai is regarded as the last of Goju no Sotai.
  882. In Nichiren's words (gosho (writings)), it is described as follows.
  883. In Nidanme (the second act) of the play, `Toba no tsukurimichi no ba (Scene of constructing a road in Toba) Kikaiga-shima Island,' is famous, and today, only this part is performed with the title commonly known as "Shunkan."
  884. In Nihon Genpo Zen-aku Ryoiki (Buddhist Stories), which was written in 822, Hitokotonushi appears as a god who serves EN no Ozuno (a magician who was also a member of the Kamo clan), showing an even more serious decline in his status.
  885. In Nihon Kendo Kata, the uchitachi is not only defeated but also plays the role of an instructor who always moves one step earlier to draw out the shidachi's attack movement and, though all uchitachi's techniques are designed to evade attack, he may also initiate movement to attack.
  886. In Nihon Shoki, only Ise-jingu Shrine and Isonokami-jingu Shrine are recorded as having the title 'jingu.'
  887. In Nihon-shoki, Tsurugine no Mikoto is said to be a person who was appointed governor of Kazuragi Provincein honor of his exploits during the Jinmu tosei (Eastern expedition of Emperor Jinmu).
  888. In Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan), it is described as ' Ouchi no Misasagi.'
  889. In Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan), it is distinguished from iwakura.
  890. In Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan), which was written in 720, slightly later than the Kojiki, Emperor Yuryaku accidentally meets the deity Hitokotonushi just as in the Kojiki, but subsequently goes hunting with the god and has an equal status.
  891. In Nihonshoki there are some articles in which the Oriental zodiac of the year is written at the end of the year of enthronement of each emperor, and those are called 'the articles on tai sui.'
  892. In Nihonshoki, Emperor Tenchi's capital of Omi is called "Omi-kyo," but there can be found no description of a street plan of ancient capital which existed in Heijo-kyo or Heian-kyo or no confirmation about the existence of "kyoiki" (capital area) as a special administrative district.
  893. In Nihonshoki, Kaminoyonanayo are Juichihashira nanayo no kami (Eleven deities of seven generations) who appeared at the beginning of creation of heaven and earth:
  894. In Nihonshoki, all years, months and dates were written in the Oriental zodiac, and it is recorded that the date of his enthronement was "kanototorinotoshi harusyogatsu kanoetatunotuitachi."
  895. In Nihonshoki, he is said to have descended from heave at the 'Himuka no So no Takachiho no Mine' (literally, the peak of Takachiho in Himuka) or 'Tsukushi no Himuka no Takachiho' (literally, Takachiho, Himuka, Tsukushi).
  896. In Nihonshoki, it is recorded as 'Nagano no Misasagi in Kawachi Province,' and in Kojiki, it is recorded that 'misasagi (Imperial mausoleum) is at Nagae in Ega of Kawachi.'
  897. In Nihonshoki, it was written as Kumaso (熊襲), while in Kojiki, it was written as Kumaso (熊曾).
  898. In Nihonshoki, or Chronicles of Japan, there is a phrase: Long ago, Izanagi, a male deity of creation, said here is the country of Yamato, a country of urayasu, a land of peaceful mind.
  899. In Nihonshoki, the beginning of 'The third volume, July in the Tsuchinoe Uma year before the accession of Emperor Jinmu to the throne according to the lunar calendar' was the only reference to Nagusatobe and Nagusa village.
  900. In Nihonshoki, the following achievements are described.
  901. In Niigata Prefecture and Shiga Prefecture too, a legend about mysterious fire such as minobi (literally, a straw raincoat fire) has been handed down under the name of Ushioni.
  902. In Niigata Prefecture, soba noodles are customarily eaten on the fourteenth day of January (the eve of the lunar New Year), when they are called 'Juu-yokka soba' (literally, "soba noodles for the fourteenth day), as well as on the first day of January (New Year's Day) instead of New Year's Eve.
  903. In Niigata prefecture, it is believed that Binbo-gami go away due to the heat when a fire is built in the irori fireplace (open hearth) on New Year's Eve, and instead, the god of good fortune arrive, delighted by the warmth.
  904. In Niken-jaya Tea House (a nightclub for guiding customers to brothels) of Fukagawa, Banemon SHIZUGAYA (Kankuro's disguise), Koman, Kikuno, and Inosuke who is going to be pretend to be her brother, are planning to put on an act for cheating Gengobe out of the 100 ryo.
  905. In Nikko Tosho-gu Shrine, the floor of the ishinoma is made of tatami mats.
  906. In Nikko, on the other hand, they slip the skewer underneath the center of yuba to lift it, yuba comes out folded in two.
  907. In Ningyo Joruri, the lines of the characters & descriptions of situations are all given by "Tayu" (a narrator) of Gidayu-bushi, while in Kabuki, lines are basically given by actors and Tayu only describes the situation.
  908. In Ningyo joruri, it is performed following the setting written in the text of Gidayubushi.
  909. In Nishisakamoto in Mt. Hiei he had a villa where water was drawn from the Otowa-gawa River (in Kyoto Prefecture).
  910. In Nobutada's days, with the Motoyama clan and the Ohira clan, the Yamada clan so on, the Kira clan conquered Kanetsugu CHOSOKABE and expanded their power.
  911. In Nodate, people sit on a felt mat placed on the ground, and enjoy tea.
  912. In Nogaku (the art of Noh) field, a strap is referred to as Shirabeo or as 'shirabe.'
  913. In Noh 'Raiden', Nochi-Shite (the leading role in the latter half of a Noh play) is Raijin.
  914. In Noh plays, Kotsuzumi and Otsuzumi use Shogi (folding stool).
  915. In Noh theater, Hannya no Men is used in pieces such as Aoi no Ue and Dojo-ji Temple (Noh theater).
  916. In Noh, plays featuring ONO no Komachi is called 'Nana Komachi' (Seven Komachi) and there are many of them; however, this play is the only one, among frequently-played works, that portrays young and beautiful Komachi, while other Komachi stories depict old and ugly Komachi who fell from grace.
  917. In Noh, the chanting of a Noh text can be roughly divided into the characters in the play (such as the protagonist (Shite), the Nohwaki, Tsure et al), and the back-up chorus of eight people called "Jiutai".
  918. In Nohgaku, Ogi byoshi is sometimes used as a substitute for Kotsuzumi (shoulder drum), Otsuzumi (hip drum) and Taiko (stick drum) for practice or moshiawase (run-through rehearsal), which is called Ashirai.
  919. In Norio YAMADA's "Tohoku Kaidan no Tabi" (Trip to scary stories in Tohoku Region), a rumor of the specter Ohaguro-bettari in Fukui Prefecture was described.
  920. In Noriyori's letter to Yoritomo to appeal his plight, he explained about a rumor that Tanzo of the Kumano suigun Navy who was taken by Yoshitsune, in charge of the Shikoku region, would come to the Kyushu region, and complained of losing his prestige.
  921. In North Campus
  922. In Northern Europe, they were issued based on conservative thoughts, which included traditional values and were aimed at maintaining the community.
  923. In Nosegawa, the annual precipitation is 2000 to 3000 millimeters, and although it is less than the precipitation in Odaigahara, it can be called an area with has a high rainfall.
  924. In Noto, shugo, the Hatakeyama clan, was annoyed by high-handedness by senior vassals, such as the Yusa clan, Cho clan and so on, and internal conflicts were repeated.
  925. In November (in the old calendar) of the same year, Shingen stormed Suruga Province, breaking the ally relationship with the Imagawa clan.
  926. In November (or December), Yoshinobu's uncle Yoshinao KIRA died from a disease in Kyoto.
  927. In November 1087, Yoshiie defeated KIYOHARA no Takehira and KIYOHARA no Iehara at Kanazawa fortress in Dewa Province, and he reported in 'Kokuge' (an official report to the government), 'Using my own power, I was lucky enough to defeat them.
  928. In November 1169, during the Yasoshima Festival sponsored by Emperor Takakura, Keishi served as special envoy, and Narichika, his older brother Takasue, and other members of the Taira clan accompanied Keishi.
  929. In November 1173, Saishoko-in Temple, Kenshunmonin's temple of prayer, whose construction Tokitada had been responsible for, was completed and, in February 1174, Tokitada rose to Junii (Junior Second Rank) given through Kenshunmonin.
  930. In November 1176, Suketsune ordered his roto (retainers), Kotoda OMI and Saburo HACHIMAN, to lie in wait for Sukechika who was out hunting.
  931. In November 1179, a coup d'etat by TAIRA no Kiyomori captured the Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa and in February 1180, Emperor Takakura abdicated in favor of Imperial Prince Tokihito (Emperor Antoku).
  932. In November 1181, faced with increasing unrest along the Hokuriku-do Road, Norimori, along with his brothers Yorimori and Tsunemori secured themselves inside the capital, Kyoto.
  933. In November 1183, Yoshinaka ordered an army headed by MINAMOTO no Yoshikiyo (Yada hogandai) to start attacking the headquarters of the Taira family in the Yashima region, Sanuki Province and prepare for crossing the sea in the Mizushima region, Bicchu Province.
  934. In November 1196, he was again appointed as Kampaku by Emperor Gotoba and Anti-Kanezane clique, including Michichika TSUCHIMIKADO, who opposed to alliance with the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  935. In November 1204, he took charge of negotiations with the Imperial Court and the Imperial nobles, to receive the Midaidokoro (shogun or minister's wife) of the third Shogun MINAMOTO no Sanetomo from Kyoto.
  936. In November 1246, he was appointed the fourth head of the Board of Inquiry to replace his nephew Yasumochi who lost his position in the Kangen Incident in the same year, and filled the position until October 24, 1256, immediately before his death.
  937. In November 1274, the ships departed from Gappo in the Korean peninsula (now Masan) with 30,000 people on board, including non-soldiers, led by Xin Dou, Kim Bang-gyeong and others, consisting of people of Mongol, Han, Jurchen, and Goryeo.
  938. In November 1332, Masashige KUSUNOKI raised an army at Chihaya-jo Castle in Mount Kongo, in Kawachi Province (Highland Kongo).
  939. In November 14, 1930, the Prime Minister Osachi HAMAGUCHI was sniped by a member of the right-wing group at Tokyo Station and severely injured (then died in August 26, 1931.)
  940. In November 14, 685, TAKATA no Niinomi built Angu (temporary palace) with KARUBE no Tarise and ARATAO no Maro in Shinano Province.
  941. In November 1454, he retired and handed the reigns of the family over to Noritoyo.
  942. In November 1475, Toshihiro accompanied his master Yoshikado from Kyoto to Owari Province, and entered Orizu-jo Castle in Nakajima County, Owari Province, which housed Owari no kuni shugosho (the administration of Owari Province).
  943. In November 1505 he headed down to Ojio-sho in Yamashiro Province, but at this time a hikannin (low-level bureaucrat) of the Kujo family who had come for the night shift was killed by provincial forces.
  944. In November 1527, at the request of Muromachi Shogun Yoshiharu ASHIKAGA, who had been driven out of Kyoto and was staying in Omi Province, Takakage dispatched a troop of 10 thousand soldiers under the contorl of Soteki ASAKURA and the Maeba clan.
  945. In November 1549, when Nobuhiro was the lord of Ansho-jo Castle, Yoshimoto IMAGAWA's strategist Sessai TAIGEN attacked the castle and captured Nobuhiro alive.
  946. In November 1565, the wedding of Katsuyori and the adopted daughter of Nobunaga ODA of Owari was being arranged.
  947. In November 1567, he disinherited Yoshinobu, and forced him to commit suicide (it is also said that he died of disease).
  948. In November 1568, Terutora suppressed the Shigenaga rebellion.
  949. In November 1571, Terutora accepted an offer of alliance from Nobunaga ODA, mobilizing on a large scale they went into combat with Shingen.
  950. In November 1576, while working in Nara, he became involved in the decision on who would be designated Betto (the head) of Kofuku-ji Temple and was placed under house arrest on Nobunaga ODA's orders.
  951. In November 1578, Murashige ARAKI, who had taken a key role in attacking Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple in Settsu, rebelled against Nobunaga (the Battle of Arioka-jo Castle) and Nobunaga's strategy against Hongan-ji Temple began to fell out of order seriously.
  952. In November 1586, Gengo NAKABO, a local governor dispatched by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, prohibited the use of the masu that had been common until then in Nara, and enforced the use of a new masu.
  953. In November 1600, however, he was reproved for his wife, Chiyo, who had run away from the residence in Tamatsukuri, Osaka.
  954. In November 1601, he was left to the care of Toshinao NANBU of the Nanbu clan.
  955. In November 1685, his father caused trouble by debt and his stipend was taken away, but Norito was forgiven.
  956. In November 17, 1915, he was posthumously conferred to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  957. In November 1707, Nakane Settsunokami (governor of Settsu Province) told in Nishimachi bugyo (magistrate) that minting ozeni was assigned to Kyo zeniza, and he started to mint jumonsen (type of coin) at Shichijo-dori Street in Kyoto from February in 1708.
  958. In November 1707, he assumed the position of Kanpaku.
  959. In November 1744, succeeded to the position of family head at the time of his father's death to become the lord of the Miyazu Domain.
  960. In November 1745, he succeeded to the chief priest of Kanju-ji Temple.
  961. In November 1769, She got married to the crown prince who was Imperial Prince Hidehito (later the Emperor Gomomozono).
  962. In November 18, 1844, he was born first son to a feudal retainer of the Choshu Domain Akiyukishichibei YAMADA (upper-ranked "kumishi" samurai, rokudaka (stipend), head of the domain navy) in Higashibun Tsubakigou Abu gun Nagato Province (Hagi City, Yamaguchi Prefecture) in those days.
  963. In November 18, he was promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Upper Court Rank) and transferred to the service of Sakone gon no chujo (Provisional Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  964. In November 1819, Hayashida Domain of Harima Province issued han bills (ginsatsu and zenimonmesatsu) almost at the same time as Himeji Domain, a large domain nearby.
  965. In November 1855, about the same time as the establishment of kobu-jo, kachi (Foot Guards) was obliged to study gunnery, while Kojunin (Escort Guard) was obliged to study gunnery in February 1856, under 江川英敏 who was the grandmaster of gunnery, thus, the training of western-style gunnery was commenced.
  966. In November 1858, he became an adopted child of the Emperor Ninko and he was given the title of Imperial Prince.
  967. In November 1859, he became a disciple of Imperial Prince and Monk Rinnojinomiya Jisho.
  968. In November 1860, he left his Domain without permission but was pardoned in 1862.
  969. In November 1864, he went up to Kyoto to apply for the recruitment carried out by Isami KONDO in Edo (Tokyo).
  970. In November 1864, the Shinsengumi recruited new members in Edo on a large scale.
  971. In November 1867, Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA enacted Restoration of Imperial Rule.
  972. In November 1871 Tamaki became "shiho-taifu" (a high post in the Ministry of Justice).
  973. In November 1871 it was incorporated into Kyoto Prefecture.
  974. In November 1871, he was appointed daihanji (a judge).
  975. In November 1872, he was transferred from a priest of Shiba-dai-jingu Shrine to a 10th-grade official at Kyobusho (the Ministry of Religion).
  976. In November 1872, when the Ministry of Justice led by Shinpei ETO was about to start a serious investigation, YAMAGATA asked YAMASHIROYA to repay the money he had borrowed.
  977. In November 1873, Kirino returned to Kagoshima and spent his days reclaiming wilderness in Mt. Kube located in Utsunoya in Honjo Village, Yoshida District, Kagoshima County.
  978. In November 1874, he assumed the post of priest of Shiba-daijingu Shrine enshrined at Shiba-Daimon, Minato ward, Tokyo.
  979. In November 1875, he planned and executed an exhibition (There were Nagano and Iida Expositions in same year, and it was uncertain as to which it pointed to).
  980. In November 1876, 65 peasants including Yaemon KANMURI filed a lawsuit against Choemon MATSUKI, the ward mayor and kocho (the officer in charge of administrative affairs), for the redemption of the lands to the Yokohama Court and won the case.
  981. In November 1876, as the governor, Nobuhiro arrested the ringleaders of the Hagi-no-ran War (turmoil of the dissatisfied warriors at Hagi) including Issei MAEBARA.
  982. In November 1883, his father Kinzumi died when Takamaro was twenty years old.
  983. In November 1888, the "Statement of Purpose for the Founding of Doshisha University" was published in the major magazines and newspapers.
  984. In November 1889, he opened Kabuki-za Theater at Kobiki-cho, Tokyo with Katsugoro CHIBA.
  985. In November 1891, Yasuhisa was expelled from the Hoensha, thereafter staying away from go for a while.
  986. In November 1891, the first Matsukata cabinet submitted a budget proposal for the next year to the Imperial Diet, but it increased 6.5 million yen from the previous fiscal year, including 2.75 million yen for building a warship of the Imperial Japanese Navy and 2.25 million yen for building a steel works.
  987. In November 1892, encouraged by a medal Sajibei and Benzo brothers were conferred, Benzo extended the business of the Banseisha.
  988. In November 1901 he was the privy councilor.
  989. In November 1904, the society was abolished under the First Katsura Cabinet.
  990. In November 1908, SAKUMA was appointed as the commander of the type 6th Submarine Squadron.
  991. In November 1908, honten (head office) and ginko honten (head office of the bank) were moved to a new building in Kitahama, Higashi Ward, Osaka City and, in January 1909, Sumitomo honten was changed into Sumitomo sohonten.
  992. In November 1915, a court rank of Shogoi (Senior Fifth Rank) was conferred posthumously on Kuninao.
  993. In November 1916, Sumitomo Yoko was established in Shanghai and commenced sales of Sumitomo products and, in July 1917, another Sumitomo Yoko was established in Tianjin.
  994. In November 1918, a memorial was erected in Shimokawasaki-mura in order to pass down Ryozo MIYAGAWA's achievement to posterity.
  995. In November 1919, Tanesuke TAKATORI, who died in this battle, was given the Shogoi (Senior Fifth Rank) for faithfully serving the Emperor in November 1919.
  996. In November 1919, the Josokai Foundation was organized in Tokyo.
  997. In November 1922, during a leisurely visit to Kyoto, Motobu happened to notice a fight show between experts in judo and boxing and appeared in the show without prior application, and with one thrashing he defeated his challenger, as Russian boxer.
  998. In November 1934, this was called 'Kyudo-yosoku (basic art of shooting an arrow)' and was officially established as the united shooting form.
  999. In November 1940, after the death of SAIONJI, the form of the conferences was transformed in such a way that a naidaijin convened a meeting and inquired senior statesmen about the selection of a succeeding Prime Minister.
  1000. In November 1946 after the Second World War, the Toa-dobunkai dissolved and then in December 1950 after four years, the Toa-dobunkai as a foundation also went into liquidation.

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