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  1. In November 1947, in an effort to disperse the power to control business by the Zaibatsu family and to break up the human relationships, the Zaibatsu family was designated and "zaibatsu douzoku shihairyoku haijo hou '48 [Law for the Termination of Zaibatsu Family Control] was established.
  2. In November 1952, an archaeological excavation was conducted, initiated by the teachers at Tama Junior High School with the help of the engineering officials of the Tokyo National Museum and the students of Tama Junior High School.
  3. In November 1973, he won Ranju hosho (the Medal with Blue Ribbon).
  4. In November 1980, he won Shiju hosho (the Medal with Purple Ribbon).
  5. In November 1988, a monument engraved with a waka poem was built in Seiryo-ji Temple connected with the first Yugiri Tayu.
  6. In November 1989, he was designated a Bunkakorosha (Person of Cultural Merits).
  7. In November 1991, he succeeded to the stage name Ganjiro NAKAMURA and became the third thereof when he played Izaemon of "Kuruwa-bunsho, Yoshida-ya (stories in an entertainment house called Yoshida-ya in a licensed quarter), and Jihei in "Shinju-Ama-no-Tsunashima, Kawasho."
  8. In November 1997, he became the first person to win the Order of Culture for the tea ceremony.
  9. In November 1998 it was published by Shinjinbutsuoraisha in a new format that has still been reprinted even now.
  10. In November 20 horse soldiers and 30 to 40 attendants attacked 'Kamoin Yoshichika' who was in the mansion of FUJIWARA no Tadazane (Kamoin).
  11. In November 2002, 'Kadokawa Daiei Motion Pictures' was established, with all business rights and the workforce at Daiei transferred to the new company, and marked the end of Daiei's 60-year history in filmmaking.
  12. In November 2003 they also applied to the Kinki Transportation Bureau for permission to run route buses.
  13. In November 2004, with the growing concerns over the male lineage disappearance in the present Imperial Family, the Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi at the time proposed to revise the Imperial House Act so as to accept female successors to the imperial throne.
  14. In November 2005, 'The Chrysanthemum Vow' was adapted for a recitation CD read by Akira ISHIDA and produced by U-zra8 (Beepa).
  15. In November 2005, temporary measures were taken to close vehicle access during weekends and holidays in peak sightseeing season.
  16. In November 2005, the Republic of Korea asserted that the 'tango no sekku' that has continued for nearly 2,000 years in the Chinese language bloc has an origin in their country.
  17. In November 2006, one report was issued and it insisted that 'Mononobe' must have referred to the Mononobe clan, but scholars have divergent opinions on that.
  18. In November 23, 1952, Join died in Osaka University Hospital where he had been hospitalized.
  19. In November 26, 1550, he was appointed Sangi (councilor), and later, he was designated Gon-Dainagon (provisional major counselor) and awarded Senior Second Rank.
  20. In November 28, 1728, Genpo's father, Teiko, was promoted to 'Oishinami' (domain doctor) of the Echizen Matsudaira family, the lord of the Tsuyama Domain, with a salary of Junin fuchi (the equivalent of an annual ten-man rice stipend) from a town doctor.
  21. In November 4, 1990, Sagano Scenic Railway was founded.
  22. In November 592, Koma killed Emperor Sushun as an assassin hired by SOGA no Umako.
  23. In November 684, a new rank system Yakusa no Kabane (the eight honorary titles) was applied, and Kunimi's kabane was changed from Kimi to Mahito.
  24. In November 7 of the same year, he published a biography of Oliver CROMWELL, titled "CROMWELL," and impressed his debut as an unofficial historian.
  25. In November 7, 851, he was promoted to Shonii, while retaining his position as Udaijin and Ukone no daisho.
  26. In November 700, he became Tsukushi-no-daini (Senior Assistant Governor-General of the Tsukushi offices).
  27. In November 705, he became a Nakatsukasa-kyo (Minister of the Ministry of Central Affairs).
  28. In November 711, in an attempt to promote its circulation, the government issued the Chikusen joirei which gave Ikai (Court rank) to persons who saved up a specified amount of coins.
  29. In November 752, he presented 優婆塞宗形部岡足.
  30. In November 764, he escorted the Emperor Junnin who was dethroned (Dethroned Emperor of Awaji) to the place of exile.
  31. In November 8, he had an audience with Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA in the Nijo-jo Castle and proposed Taisei Hokan.
  32. In November 833, she became a nyogo and was designated as Jushii (Junior Fourth Rank).
  33. In November 859, she was appointed as Saiin of her brother, Emperor Seiwa, by bokujo.
  34. In November 929, at his longevity celebration (on one's fortieth birthday), his wife Imperial Princess Shushi made KI no Tsurayuki write a poem on folding screen.
  35. In November 977, Kanemichi fell severely ill.
  36. In November Ninkan was banished to Ohito, Izu.
  37. In November and December of 1945, martial art (Kendo, Judo, naginata (Japanese halberd), Kyudo) classes in schools were fully prohibited by the Ministry of Education, Physical Development issues 80 and 100, and extracurricular club activities were prohibited.
  38. In November and December, the sacred palace of the Saishokoin within the Hoju-ji Temple was completed, which Shigeko had wished to be built, and Tokitada had been in charge of supervising the construction work.
  39. In November during the same year, he was promotoed to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  40. In November every year, the famous Gion-odori dance is held here.
  41. In November in 1210, the Emperor Tsuchimikado abdicated his throne to his younger step brother who had a different mother, Imperial Prince Morinari (Emperor Juntoku).
  42. In November in 1703, there was a great fire in Edo and the fire spread throughout the learning dormitories.
  43. In November in Kagoshima, his wife's parents family took Suga from Saigo's family because it was hard to see her in the hardships of poverty, and after that, Kichijiro, the second eldest brother; took care of the family.
  44. In November in the same year, a small-scale newspaper 'Kana-yomi Shinbun' (read-in-kana newspaper) (in Tokyo) and 'Naniwa (Kansai Region) Shinbun' (in Osaka) started to be published.
  45. In November in the same year, he surrendered Tottori-jo Castle to the enemy because of Tuneie KIKKAWA's seppuku.
  46. In November in the same year, the Hondo of Daishin-ji Temple (Yao City) was relocated as the temporary Goei-do Hall (hall dedicated to the sect's founder).
  47. In November of 1489 on the old calendar, his father Sadatoshi, who took part in the Second Rebellion of Jiro MORI and was attacked by the Toyotoki YAMANA's army, committed suicide with Masazane YAMANA.
  48. In November of 1524, Takakuni's senior vassals Motomori KOZAI and Kataharu YANAGIMOTO defeated the remnants of the Awa forces in Izumi.
  49. In November of 1572, he participated in the tea ceremony hosted by Nobunaga at Kyoto Myokaku-ji Temple (Kyoto City) and was received as a guest.
  50. In November of 1580, Nobunaga gave this mansion to Crown Prince Sanehito.
  51. In November of 1871 the Settlement Patrol was disbanded, whereupon a special dedicated section of the Kanagawa Prefectural Police Department was established to police the Settlement.
  52. In November of 1906, the Most Holy Governing Synod of the Russian Orthodox Church appointed Andronic--who had experience living in Japan--a bishop and sent him to assist Nikolai KASATKIN; Archimandrite Andronic was then ordained as the bishop of Kyoto.
  53. In November of 1931, Takiji KOBAYASHI came to visit, and he let him stay and chatted with him.
  54. In November of 1932, Masatsugu TAKAMURA took over Toa Kinema after it had given up film production and established 'Takarazuka Kinema Kogyo' in partnership with Kisaburo MINAMI who had resigned as the president of Tokatsu Eiga-sha.
  55. In November of 806, Kukai safely returned to Japan, and stayed in Dazai-fu (local government office in the Kyushu region).
  56. In November of AD 644, he built the residences in Amagashino-oka Hill, named them respectively "Kaminomiya" (upper shrine) and "Tani no Miya-mon" (Palace Gate of Valley), and even called his own children princes.
  57. In November of that year, he succeeded to Fukusuke NAKAMURA VI by acting Hatsugiku of "Judanme (Act X) of Ehon Taikoki" (The Picture Book of the Meritorious Prince) at Kabuki-za Theater on his father's wishes.
  58. In November of that year, on the occasion of the investiture of the Crown Prince who subsequently became Emperor Takakura, Keishi was appointed as his menoto (a woman providing breast-feeding to a highborn baby).
  59. In November of the next year, however, he was defeated by the army of the Southern Court (Japan) in the Battle of Chojabaru and made a retreat to Suo Province asking Hiroyo OUCHI for help.
  60. In November of the same year, Emperor Tenchi became seriously ill, and when Prince Oama (Emperor Tenmu) entered into priesthood and traveled to Yoshino, NAKATOMI no Kane saw the Prince off to the Todo (present Uji City) with SOGA no Akae and Hatayasu.
  61. In November of the same year, Hirotsune insisted on subduing the Satake clan of the Hitachi-Genji clan of Hitachi Province to Yoritomo who was going to the capital after winning the battle of Fujikawa.
  62. In November of the same year, Iruka felt the need to kill Prince Yamashiro no Oe who had the right of succession to the Imperial Throne since he wanted Prince Furuhito no Oe to be the next emperor who was biologically related to the Soga clan.
  63. In November of the same year, Kanemichi, who fell seriously ill, pushed himself to visit the Imperial Palace in order to prevent Kaneie from becoming his successor and carried out the last jimoku, assigning the position of the kanpaku to Yoritada telling him Yoritada had the capability to work as kanpaku and demoted Kaneie.
  64. In November of the same year, Kitahama Bank made its third start with Tohei TAKAKURA who made a success in the stock market as the head of the bank.
  65. In November of the same year, Moritoki organized an army based at Ishiwaki-jo Castle (in Yaizu City), attacking the Suruga residence and killing Norimitsu.
  66. In November of the same year, Nikkan was exiled to Ohito in Izu (Senjumaru Incident).
  67. In November of the same year, Soun formed an army, attacked Suruga House and killed Norimitsu and his younger brother, Magogoro OSHIKA
  68. In November of the same year, TAIRA no Yoshimasa, whose clan was related to MINAMOTO no Mamoru through marriage, assembled an army and set up camp in Kawawa, Nihari-no-sato Village (Yachiyo-cho) along the Kinu-gawa River, where he faced off against Masakado, but Masakado also obliterated Yoshimasa's army.
  69. In November of the same year, Takakuni's forces invaded Omi, and Sumimoto and Yukinaga fled to Awa.
  70. In November of the same year, Umako sent YAMATO no Aya no Koma, who was disguised as a messenger sent to deliver tributes from an eastern country, in order to assassinate Emperor Sushun.
  71. In November of the same year, Yoshitsune ran away from Kyoto to Oshu (Northern Honshu, the region encompassing Mutsu and Dewa provinces), and then was attacked by FUJIWARA no Yasuhira's army and committed suicide on April 30, 1189.
  72. In November of the same year, a Kaigen-hoyo (literally, eye-opening ceremony; Buddhist ceremony when the construction of a temple is completed) was held and the inside of the Kondo of the Horyu-ji Temple was restored to the pre-fire condition.
  73. In November of the same year, a mural painting drawn with Bengara (iron oxide red pigment) was discovered in the 76th Oketsu Cave Tomb when some of the horizontal cave tombs on the site were excavated and researched.
  74. In November of the same year, a new building was constructed for 'Kobunsho,' which was named after the bureaucracy that dealt with the household affairs of nobles.
  75. In November of the same year, he attended Shoin's memorial service for the first time.
  76. In November of the same year, he attended to Europe and American delegates of Tomomi IWAKURA, Minister of the Right as resident of Hyobusho (ministry of military).
  77. In November of the same year, he became a retinue of Feudal Lord Nagatomo KURODA, who joined the Tomomi IWAKURA Mission to Europe and the US, and went to study in the US.
  78. In November of the same year, he fell unconscious suddenly while inspecting Tajima Ikuno Silver Mine (Ikuno town Asago gun Hyogo Prefecture) and died.
  79. In November of the same year, he married Toshiko, the second daughter of Aomori prefectural governor Shusuke YAMADA.
  80. In November of the same year, he passed over the post of Hoshu to his eldest son, Jonyo, and retired.
  81. In November of the same year, he successfully avoided trouble in the Abura-no-koji Incident, which involved the assassination of ITO by the Shinsen-gumi masterless warriors' party, and was sheltered at Satsuma-Hantei (Satsuma domain's residence maintained by a daimyo in Edo).
  82. In November of the same year, he was assigned as Army Lieutenant General.
  83. In November of the same year, he was assigned to Emon-fu (Headquarters of the Outer Palace Guards), another government office, and then appointed to kebiishi (a police and judicial chief) by senji (Imperial decreer by the Emperor) in December.
  84. In November of the same year, he was concurrently appointed as Harima no suke (Assistant Governor of Harima Province)
  85. In November of the same year, he went on to Captain, then in the following year, Fukukan (adjutant) of the 7th battalion, in 1874, Chief of the 2nd Infantry Regiment, and in December,1875 after promoted to Major, he was appointed as Staff Officer of chindai (garrison in Meiji era) in Tokyo.
  86. In November of the same year, he went to Kyoto with his brother Mikisaburo SUZUKI, his colleagues Tainoshin SHINOHARA, Washio KANO and Takeo HATTORI, and his disciples Jiro UTSUMI and Noboru NAKANISHI.
  87. In November of the same year, however, FUJIWARA no Otomo scented the information that FUJIWARA no Munenari was instigating Imperial Prince Iyo to rebel and reported to that effect to udaijin FUJIWARA no Uchimaro.
  88. In November of the same year, jikifu (a vassal household allotted to courtier, shrines and temples) was switched to ikuro (stipends paid to people who were in the fourth rank and the fifth rank), and in the following year, the regulations of Taiho Code were modified, and Shii (Forth Rank) was added to be qualified as ifu (families provided to the third rank and higher).
  89. In November of the same year, the relationship between Soseki and Shiki was getting closer through several occasions including Soseki asking Shiki to criticize his "Bokusetsuroku," an account of a journey to Awa Province (Boso Peninsula) written in Chinese.
  90. In November of the same year, when he went to retrieve the body of Ito who had been assassinated, he was attacked by Shinsengumi but survived the fight, and was sheltered in the residence of Satsuma Domain (Aburanokoji Incident).
  91. In November of the year, Takamura of 'Shoei Makino' again purchased Toa Kinema and established Takarazuka Kinema at 'Omuro Studio.'
  92. In November of the year, Yoshinobu carried out "Taisei Hokan" (the return of political power to the Emperor), which brought the curtain down on the history of the Edo bakufu that lasted as long as about 270 years.
  93. In November or December (October by the old lunar calendar), a plan was developed to deliver reinforcements, but in reality, reinforcements were not dispatched ("Gyokuyo" (Diary of FUJIWARA no Kanezane)).
  94. In November or December 1139, he was promoted to Dai Sojo (the highest position, upper grade), and it was the first time that a priest of Daigo-ji Temple was assigned to Dai Sojo.
  95. In November or December of 1135 he was further promoted to Gon Sojo (the provisional highest position) and then Sojo (the highest position) in January or February of 1137.
  96. In November or December of 1317, he died at Nanzen-ji Temple.
  97. In November the following year, the Imperial Palace was burnt down.
  98. In November the same year, Kagetoki was impeached by a group of 66 gokenins including Yoshimura MIURA and Yoshimori WADA, deported from Kamakura, and he retired into Ichinomiya in Sagami Province, which was his shoryo (territory).
  99. In November through December 1578, Murashige suddenly rebelled against Nobunaga in the Ariokajo Castle (Also known as Itamijo Castle) (the battle of Ariokajo Castle).
  100. In November when Nobunaga killed Hisahide, Sadamasa NAITO, at Kameyama-jo Castle in Tanba Province who resisted Nobunaga, died of disease.
  101. In November when Shigeko visited Fukuhara together with Emperor Goshirakawa, they were welcomed by Kiyomori.
  102. In November, 1179, when FUJIWARA no Tadakiyo, a powerful member of the Heike, was appointed the Kazusa no suke, Hirotsune fought with him over state affairs and was expelled by TAIRA no Kiyomori.
  103. In November, 1203, when civil disorder of armed priests at Enryaku-ji Temple happened, he came down from Mt. Koya to talk about the tactics to his older brothers Tsunetaka and Moritsuna who were about to suppress the disorder, and to predict his heir Shigetsuna's death.
  104. In November, 1211 (5 years after his exile), the court issued an order to pardon Shinran and Honen.
  105. In November, 1255, he donated complete Buddhist scriptures from China to Kashima-jingu Shrine and a standing statue of Thousand Armed Kannon to the former Sanbutsu-do Hall (Three Buddha Hall) of Rinno-ji Temple as one of its principal images.
  106. In November, 1258, he became the Head Chamberlain, but he quit in July of the next year and became Junior Third Rank Captain of the Right Division of Middle Palace Guards.
  107. In November, 1285, the November Disturbance between TAIRA no Yoritsuna, under secretary (Inner regent) of the Tokuso family, Yasumori ADACHI, a maternal relative, struggling for power, and the Adachi family was ended.
  108. In November, 130, he died at the age of 143.
  109. In November, 1430, Motoyoshi KANZE who was the second son of Zeami and taiko yakusha (drum player) at Kanzeza troupe wrote down what had been told by his father and presented it to his father Zeami.
  110. In November, 1586, he was killed in the Battle of Hetsugigawa.
  111. In November, 1637, Takimotobo Temple was burnt down; taking this opportunity, Shojo handed over control of the temple to his disciple Jojun (son of Sakyo NAKANUMA who was Shojo's older brother), called himself "Shojo (or '猩々', a tipster sprite), and lived an elegant life.
  112. In November, 1789, he was licensed as the first Yokozuna along with Kajinosuke TANIKAZE (the second) from Oikaze YOSHIDA of Tsukasa YOSHIDA family.
  113. In November, 1844, he was born in the town of Kochi-jo Castle in Tosa Province, as the eldest son of Michiyoshi KONO, who was a vassal of the Yamanouchi family.
  114. In November, 1881, he married Haruko TAGA, the daughter of Tsutomu WATANABE, a former feudal retainer of Shinshu-Matsumoto Domain.
  115. In November, 1888 he was promoted to a colonel and in September, 1889 became the Third Shidan (Japanese Army) Sanbocho (the Chief of Staff).
  116. In November, 1901, he again presented his Dohyo-iri at the ceremony to celebrate the completion of the main building of Yasukuni-jinja Shrine.
  117. In November, 1902 he assumed office as Principal of The Gakushuin School Corporation, an incorporated educational institution, in succession to Army General Maresuke NOGI who had followed his master to the grave, and being in service until August, 1917.
  118. In November, 1903 he was awarded Grand Cordon of the Order of the Sacred Treasure.
  119. In November, 1908, he passed his title of Hoshu to his second child, Koen OTANI, and retired.
  120. In November, 1908, he was elected to be a member of Tokyo City Assemply.
  121. In November, 1909, Taiwan Experimental Forest Station was given by Taiwan Government General.
  122. In November, 1911, he played the part of Hanako in "Kyoganoko Musume Dojoji" at the Kabuki-za Theater of Tokyo and succeeded to the name of the fifth Utaemon NAKAMURA.
  123. In November, 1923, the Faculty of Agriculture opened.
  124. In November, 1937, an issue of "Shodo Geijutsu," studies of mixed writing of Chinese characters and kana characters was dealt with exclusively, where Yukei TESHIMA reported calligraphic styles of English in addition to mixed writing of Chinese characters and kana characters.
  125. In November, 1941, the Engineering Research Institute was established.
  126. In November, 1973, after investigation and making a list which lasted almost a year, all the books were moved to Tokai University, and came to be preserved in its affiliated library as 'Toen Bunko.'
  127. In November, 1974, "The complete collection of haiku created by Seigetsu INOUE" was published by the Ina Mainichi newspaper company as an enlarged and reprinted edition of "The collected complete haiku of Seigetsu" and it has been considered a definitive edition.
  128. In November, 2000, the University Archives was established.
  129. In November, 2005, the university's Administrative Bureau was divided into the Administrative Council, and the Education and Research Council.
  130. In November, 25 B.C., a brother of the empress, Sahobiko, rebelled and the empress was burned to death for having obeyed her brother.
  131. In November, 406, he transferred the capital to Tajihi of Kawachi Province.
  132. In November, 590, Katsuragi led the retainers and followers of various clans as one of taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") for subjugation of Shiragi (ancient Korean kingdom) and set up a camp in Tsukushi Province with over twenty-thousand troops on the Japanese side (although the troops did not actually cross the sea).
  133. In November, 684 the Heguri clan was granted kabane (hereditary title) of Ason again when the Imperial Court enforced the yakusa no kabane system (eight official titles conferred upon nobles by Emperor Tenmu).
  134. In November, 749, when Emperor Shomu abdicated the throne and Empress Koken acceeded, Matanari was again approached by Naramaro to take part in a rebellion.
  135. In November, 813, he made a request to Kukai to borrow 'Rishushakkyo,' but Kukai refused by indicating that 'it can be obtained not by studying the words but by practicing and training,' and after that, there were no more communications between them because of differences in their opinions.
  136. In November, 999, he sent his eldest daughter, Shoshi/Akiko, to Emperor Ichijo as Nyogo (Emperor's concubine).
  137. In November, Emperor Reizei and Emperor Suzaku went to the Rokujo-in Palace together, where a splendid banquet was held.
  138. In November, Gessho came to Kagoshima with Kuniomi HIRANO, but the domain authorities that were afraid of investigation by the government decided to banish Gessho and others to Higashime (Hyuga Province) (this means they were deserted in the middle).
  139. In November, Imperial Prince Norihito (later Emperor Takakura) celebrated his rittaishi (investiture ceremony of the Crown Prince) and Goshirakawa began his rule with the support of TAIRA no Kiyomori.
  140. In November, Itagaki traveled to the West with Shojiro GOTO.
  141. In November, Iwarehikono mikoto invaded Shiki and Otoshiki made an offer of surrender to him by sending yatagarasu, however, Eshiki still resisted him together with Ekuraji and Otokuraji, therefore Shiinetsuhiko defeated them by uncanny operations and killed Eshiki with a sword.
  142. In November, Katsuie dispatched Toshiie MAEDA, Nagachika KANAMORI, and Katsumitsu FUWA to Hideyoshi to negotiate a reconciliation.
  143. In November, Kazuuji issued a command to attack at night, avoiding a fight from the front because he had a smaller military force.
  144. In November, Koremori fled back to Kyoto, accompanied by only a dozen mounted soldiers.
  145. In November, Murashige ARAKI in Settsu Province betrayed Nobunaga by barricading himself in Arioka-jo Castle (the Battle of Arioka-jo Castle) and resisted Nobunaga by cooperating with Hongan-ji Temple.
  146. In November, Shingen TAKEDA in Kai Province who accepted the requirement to dispatch troops by Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA finally raised an army to go to Kyoto with.
  147. In November, Sumitomo burnt down the Jyusenshi(mint)of Suo Province.
  148. In November, Tadayoshi gathered troops from the various provinces to attack the Ko brothers.
  149. In November, Takauji suggested to the emperor that Yoshisada NITTA was an enemy of the imperial court and should be killed, but on the contrary the emperor ordered Yoshisada to kill Takauji, making Yoshisada take Prince Takanaga (Takayoshi) to Kamakura along Tokaido.
  150. In November, Togoku (eastern part of Japan) samurai including Shigetada HATAKEYAMA, who Yoshimori fought against at Yuigahama, joined them and with a large army of a few thousand horse soldiers, Yoshitsune entered Kamakura, the headquarters of the Kawachi-Genji (Minamoto clan).
  151. In November, Tona took over the compiling work due to the death of Tameaki, and it was completed in December.
  152. In November, Yasoshima no matsuri Festival for the new Emperor was held on a grand scale and Tokitada joined the parade as a noble.
  153. In November, Yoshinaka makes another attack on the Hoju-ji Temple Palace, the residence of the retired Emperor, and confines the Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa to gain power (the Battle of Hoju-ji Temple)
  154. In November, despite Kaoru's care lavished on her, she passed away with Kaoru at her side as if plants and trees had died off.
  155. In November, he also served as Ecchu Gon no kami (Deputy Governor of Echizen Province).
  156. In November, he announced his resignation to Oshima, Vice-Minister of the Ministry of Army.
  157. In November, he attended 'The Second World Fellowship of Buddhists' held in the Kingdom of Thailand as a representative of Japanese Buddhist Society.
  158. In November, he became an editorial clerk for the Navy whose job was to collect documents and compile naval history.
  159. In November, he began a serial, 'Sokkyo Shijin' (Improvising Poet) by Hans Christian Andersen, in "Shigarami Soshi" (Constraint Brochure).
  160. In November, he came back from Dazaifu and returned Setto to the Emperor.
  161. In November, he enrolled in the preparatory course of Daiichi Daigaku-ku, Igakko (present the University of Tokyo, Faculty of Medicine).
  162. In November, he handed graduation certificates to each and every one of graduates in the first graduation ceremony at the Imperial College of Engineering.
  163. In November, he learned the Rongo Analects from Kyube MURATA.
  164. In November, he made a short stay in Nara to see the unsealing of Shoso-in Treasure House.
  165. In November, he mediated the purchase of an indigo (dye) ball by Shoichiro SHIRAISHI of Satsuma, who was perplexed about high price of an indigo ball, after that, Shiraishi residence became one of the bases for Satsuma-jin (Satsuma citizens).
  166. In November, he met Dennai KOBA whose duty it was to stay informed (later, Koba helped Saigo as Osaka Rusui-yaku officer/ Kyoto Rusui-yaku officer.
  167. In November, he moved to Nagoya with his mother and grandmother.
  168. In November, he returned to Tokyo.
  169. In November, he was elected as a member of Tokyo Prefecture Assembly.
  170. In November, he was promoted to Senior Army Surgeon, First Class (equivalent to Army Colonel) and became the Principal of the Army Medical School.
  171. In November, he was promoted to a sixth grade official of Ministry of Justice.
  172. In November, he was reassigned to the rank of Gon Chunagon.
  173. In November, he was selected as the only movie director to be a member of the Japan Art Academy.
  174. In November, he went down to Edo accompanying Kuranosuke OISHI.
  175. In November, his collection of short songs with illustrations called 'Dontaku' (Festival) was published, including the present sangyoshi (tercet poem) version of "Yoimachi-gusa".
  176. In November, immediately after Tokuko gave birth to Tokihito (First prince of Emperor Takakura, later Emperor Antoku), he was given the name of Imperial prince and the investiture of the Crown Prince was carried out.
  177. In November, in addition to Dajokan-satsu which had only large bills, small bills (2 bu, 1 bu, 2 shu and 1 shu) called "Minbusho (Ministry of Popular Affairs)-satsu (bill)" were issued and circulated for convenience.
  178. In November, in the middle of the confusion, Shingen TAKEDA of Kai Province invaded the territory of Oda and Tokugawa aiming to go to the capital.
  179. In November, movie production and distribution were added to the articles of incorporation, and the company moved forward in cooperation with Daiei.
  180. In November, she provided grain and cloth to families who were forced to move from the site of Heijo-kyu Palace.
  181. In November, silver coin (eiji-gin, mitsuho-gi, and yotsuho-gin) for trading by silver was changed to new silver (shotoku-gin).
  182. In November, the Mori army occupied a position near Gassan Toda-jo Castle to engage in a war of attrition.
  183. In November, the newly constructed Emperor's residence was burned down.
  184. In November, the winners of the East Japan preliminary and the West Japan preliminary play the best of three games for gaining the qualification of the challenge, and the winner becomes the challenger of the championship match of the Meijin-sen.
  185. In November, the winners of the East Japan preliminary and the West Japan preliminary play the best of three games for gaining the qualification of the challenge, and the winner becomes the challenger of the championship match of the Queen-sen.
  186. In November, there was an incident where Kagetoki KAJIWARA falsely accused Tomomitsu YUKI.
  187. In November, when Yoshitsune had to leave the capital after a conflict with MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, Tokizane accompanied him but separated in Daimotsu-ura in Settsu Province due to the ship capsizing, and then concealed himself in the capital.
  188. In November, with the death of FUJIWARA no Tokushi, who was the head of the Emperor's Family by Emperor Toba's Will, conflict escalated between the political clique of Goshirakawain, a retired Emperor, and the Nijo-shinsei group.
  189. In November, with the support of Shojiro GOTO, Taku OE, and Kunisuke OKAZAKI, he published a daily newspaper called "Suntetsu" in which he criticized the Matsukata cabinet, which he was also a part, and in March 1892, he resigned and became an advisor for the Privy Council.
  190. In Novemberber, he also became Kurodo no to.
  191. In Numazu, under a work program established for former retainers of the bakufu, he established a company for exporting tea, conducted a movement of disposing the government forest on Mt. Ashitaka, and so on.
  192. In O-oku (the inner halls of Edo Castle where the wife of the Shogun and her servants reside), this name was often used for Joro-otoshiyori.
  193. In O-oku, she held more power than Iesada's real mother Honjuin and took the lead in the O-oku.
  194. In O-oku, she was called Iyo.
  195. In Oami, Mutsu Province (currently, Furudono-machi, Ishikawa-gun, Fukushima Prefecture,) he constructed a thatched hut (now, left as the remains of Nyoshin-shonin Gannyu-ji Temple) and made it a base from which to continue his mission.
  196. In Obihiro at that time, there were only ten households or so of the Ainu and one household of the Yamato race.
  197. In Ocbober, Kagetaka was banished from the capital Kyoto.
  198. In Oceania, New Zealand is famous for having a lot of hot springs.
  199. In October (blank), 1282, honorable seal by Nichiren.
  200. In October (blank), 1282, lineage of Nichiren and Nikko, written at Mt. Hakii in Kai Province.
  201. In October (in the old calendar) of 1572, Shingen at last started going to Kyoto, and invaded Totomi Province and Mikawa Province, both of which were Tokugawa's territories.
  202. In October (or July, according to other sources) 1208, he became a priest and named himself "Kori."
  203. In October 1013, she received the title to become Imperial Princess.
  204. In October 11, he assumed a position of leader of Suzaku Shichu Yonban-tai Troop and fought around the battle line of Hokuetsu, but the news that Seigun (the Western Camp) had invaded into Tsuruga-joka Castletown forced him to rush back to the castletown.
  205. In October 1110, she was posted to Ise, and was called Higuchi Saigu (Water pipe gate Saigu, unmarried princess serving at Ise-jingu Shrine).
  206. In October 1152, she entered Nonomiya (a palace for Saigu to be purified), and in September of the next year, 1153, she went to Ise.
  207. In October 1156, Yoshiko became the second consort of the Emperor Goshirakawa, and Teishi became an empress; Masaruko was assigned as the empress dowager, and then became a grand empress dowager, after Teishi was assigned to the empress dowager when Imperial Princess Toshi became an empress in February 1158.
  208. In October 1180, the Chichibu clan surrendered to MINAMOTO no Noritomo, who raised an army and became his gokenin.
  209. In October 1183, NAKAHARA no Chikayoshi went to the capital (Kyoto) with the army of MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune.
  210. In October 1185, when the memorial service of Yoritomo's father, MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo, was held at Shochoju-in Temple, only three persons, Yoshinobu, Koreyoshi and MINAMOTO no Yoritaka, were allowed to come closer to Yoshitomo's remains.
  211. In October 1190, when Yoritomo visited Kyoto, Yoshimori was appointed to take the lead.
  212. In October 1199 after the death of Yoritomo, he joined impeachment of Kagetoki KAJIWARA and at the Conspiracy of Yoshikazu HIKI in September 1203, he took part in the force for the subdugation of Hiki family.
  213. In October 12 of the following year, it was included in the Jissetsu, deriving considerable support from the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  214. In October 1203, Tsunetaka received an Imperial order to attack Hieizan believers, who gathered at Mt. Hachioji, Omi Province.
  215. In October 1205, he was appointed to Kyoto shugo (Military governor of Kyoto), and since then he actively pursued his duties such as suppressing the Sanmon sodo (incident).
  216. In October 1314 he visited Kamakura with his second son Karyu and a relative Mitsusuke ISHIKAWA and was granted an audience with the shogun Imperial Prince Morikuni.
  217. In October 1338, however, he accompanied Imperial Prince Kanenaga as Shonagon (lesser councilor of state) and left Yoshino.
  218. In October 1351, Bakufu forces, mainly dominated by Takauji, concluded peace with the Southern Court, in need for competition against Tadayoshi ASHIKAGA, resulting in the abolishment of the cloistered government by Kogon and the throne of Emperor Suko, the child of Kogon (Shohei Itto).
  219. In October 1392, Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA, the third shogun of Muromachi bakufu, presented conditions of peace-making between the Northern and Southern Courts, and the Emperor agreed to accept the conditions.
  220. In October 1431, he was given jito-shiki (stewardship rights) for Shinsho, Takashima County, Omi Province, from Yoshinori.
  221. In October 1466 - succeeded again to the position of the family head.
  222. In October 1466, the internal conflicts developed into the Bunsho Coup, in which Sadachika, Shinzui and Masanori AKAMATSU lost their positions and Yoshitoshi went back to Echizen province.
  223. In October 1483, he entered priesthood.
  224. In October 1499, 保誉, the priest of Chion-in Temple had a spiritual dream in which he received a poem from Honen saying 'Although the temple at the foot of Mt. Kagu is narrow, extend it by preaching highly-principled sermons.'
  225. In October 1553, Kagetora proceeded to Kyoto to have an audience with Emperor Gonara and the 13th Shogun Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA of the Muromachi Shogunate.
  226. In October 1568, Nobunaga ODA advanced to Kyoto under Shogun Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA.
  227. In October 1568, Nobunaga ODA came to Kyoto following Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA, and installed Yoshiaki as the 15th shogun of the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun.)
  228. In October 1568, Nobunaga ODA went to Kyoto with Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA as his head and became a new hegemon.
  229. In October 1569, although Shingen TAKEDA invaded Odawara-jo Castle from Usui-toge Pass along with a detached force stationed in Kobotoke-toge Pass, Ujimasa countered the attack by holding the castle with his father, Ujiyasu, and successfully repelled the Takeda army.
  230. In October 1571, Ujiyasu died of disease with a will left for Ujimasa who followed the will to restore the alliance with Shingen TAKEDA (the Koso Alliance) in December, and abandoned the alliance with Kenshin instead.
  231. In October 1576, Kenshin invaded Ecchu Province where the Shogunal Deputy Hatakeyama clan served as Shugo (provincial constable) nominally, and conquered Toyama-jo Castle and Masuyama-jo Castle under control of an uprising of Ikko sect followers.
  232. In October 1577, Mitsuhide built Kameyama Castle and secured a strong foothold in Tanba.
  233. In October 1577, when his father Hisahide raised a rebellion again against Nobunaga ODA, Hisamichi followed his father.
  234. In October 1580, together with his master Ujitoyo YAMANA, who was defeated in the thirteen-day collapse of Nagota, he tried to flee to Tajima Province (or Shikano-jo Castle in Inaba Province).
  235. In October 1585, he was ordained to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade), Ukone no Gon no shosho (Provisional Minor Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  236. In October 1593, Hideyoshi performed several Noh and kyogen (farce played during a Noh play cycle) in front of Emperor Goyozei for three consecutive days.
  237. In October 1596, Hideyoshi had an audience with the envoy of Ming who visited Japan.
  238. In October 1596, Hideyoshi issued orders to invade Korea again.
  239. In October 1596, Nobutada received permission from the Emperor to go back to Kyoto.
  240. In October 1598, the Ulsan Japanese Castle was attacked again, but the attack was successfully repelled.
  241. In October 1598, there was an attack by a large army led by a Ming commander Ma Gui, but due to lessons from the previous year, the Ming army was sluggish and it ended up as a limited engagement (the Second Battle of Ulsan) that led to retreat.
  242. In October 1625, she received property worth 200 koku in Kawachi province.
  243. In October 1628, he participated in a tea ceremony gathering at Edo Castle at the invitation of Iemitsu TOKUGAWA.
  244. In October 1708, he retired with his the last performance of "Yugiri" staged in the Kameya-za Theatre in Kyoto, and passed away the following year.
  245. In October 1712, Hakuseki ARAI discharged Hideshige OGIWARA who was a kanjobugyo (commissioner of finance), and started to remint to go back to the system of keicho currency in order to stop confusion caused by repetitive reminting of silver by weight standard.
  246. In October 1748, the marriage between Princess Tomoko and Ieharu TOKUGAWA was arranged, because the Kyoto shoshidai (the Kyoto deputy), Sadamichi MAKINO negotiated with the Imperial Court.
  247. In October 1831 in the Edo period, the tomb of FUMI no Nemaro was excavated.
  248. In October 1852, a son was born in the Tokugawa Shogunate and named 長吉郎 Chokichiro, so that to avoid having the character of '長' (cho) in his name, he succeeded to the name Gonjuro KAWARASAKI (the first).
  249. In October 1862, he became Ukon no Gon no Shosho (Provincial Minor Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards), and as a vice commander to promote Joi (expulsion of the foreigners), he headed toward Edo with commander Sanetomi SANJO, and carried out inspections of the Edo bay area with Kaishu KATSU and others.
  250. In October 1863, he joined the assassination of Kamo SERIZAWA who had been feuding for a while.
  251. In October 1864, he entered the Shinsengumi at the age of 22 in response to recruitment.
  252. In October 1864, he joined the Shinsengumi through the agency of his fellow student, Heisuke TODO.
  253. In October 1864, he went to Kyoto and applied for the position of members of the Shinsen-gumi masterless warriors' party with ITO and succeeded in getting the position.
  254. In October 1864, he went to Kyoto with Ito, Tainoshin SHINOHARA and others, in response to the request of his old acquaintance Heisuke TODO to join the group.
  255. In October 1864, seven members in total including Ito and Mikisaburo SUZUKI went up to Kyoto to join Shinsengumi.
  256. In October 1866, he worked as a Metsuke (inspector) in the Sanjo-ohashi Bridge Noticeboard Incident.
  257. In October 1867, he accelerated the activities to overthrow the shogunate, including the efforts to gain a secret imperial order of anti-shogunate cooperating together with Toshimichi OKUBO and others.
  258. In October 1868, the Sendai Domain surrendered to New government army and monk-Prince Kogen was ordered to keep to his house in Kyoto.
  259. In October 1869, he became the leader of a troupe and changed his name back to the old name Baika SHOFUKUTEI.
  260. In October 1869, he was absolved from punishment and in October 1870 he returned to Fushimi no miya.
  261. In October 1871, a Ryukyu-controlled ship was caught in a violent typhoon and went missing on their way home after carrying nengu (annual tribute) from Miyako Island to Shuri.
  262. In October 1871, he was raised to Jushii (Junior Fourth Rank), and became a member of the Iwakura Mission led by Tomomi IWAKURA, an ambassador plenipotentiary, which was organized to inspect Europe and the United States and to lay the groundwork for the revision of a treaty.
  263. In October 1871, when the chief of the Hokkaido Development Commission, HIGASHIKUZE, resigned, KURODA took over the work as vice chief in Tokyo.
  264. In October 1872, he started to serve as a third-class official in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  265. In October 1872, the control of four counties, Fukushima County, Tsugaru County, Hiyama County and Nishi County, all of which belonged to Oshima Province, were transferred from Date Prefecture of Matsumae Domain to the Development Commission as shown in a chronological table in and after the modern history of Aomori Prefecture.
  266. In October 1879, he was appointed to a president of Central Sanitation Association.
  267. In October 1881 he joined the Liberal Party (in Japan).
  268. In October 1882, he founded Tokyo Senmon Gakko (present Waseda University).
  269. In October 1884, intensifying Jiyu Minken Undo culminated in the Kabasan Incident (a failed terror attack attempt and subsequent harsh crackdown on activists of Jiyu Minken Undo in Ibaraki and Tochigi Prefectures), prompting Itagaki to dissolve the Liberal Party for the time being.
  270. In October 1885, he was raised to Shoshii (Senior Fourth Rank), and became a councilor of the Chamber of Elders again in December after Sanjiin was abolished.
  271. In October 1886, he was raised to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank), and became Associate Judge of Supreme Court in February 1887.
  272. In October 1888 Heinai became the Chief of the Metropolitan Police, taking over from Michitsune MISHIMA.
  273. In October 1891, a petition was made again but the movement was held only in Yonago district and other districts such as Tottori and Kurayoshi didn't show much interest, and the petition was not accepted because the movement didn't grow in all districts in the prefecture,.
  274. In October 1892, he held a post as Kura no kami (Chief of Kuraryo, Bureau of Palace Storehouses) at the Imperial Household Ministry.
  275. In October 1894, during The Sino-Japanese War, two American passengers called Wild and Cameron, along with Chinese legation staff of Washington, arrived at Yokohama on a vessel, Gehrig.
  276. In October 1895, he became the Minister of Communication at that time of the shuffle of the second Ito cabinet (held between October 9, 1895 - September 26, 1896).
  277. In October 1896, NAGAYAMA was promoted to Lieutenant General of the Army and served until April 1900.
  278. In October 1905, Japanese Government made a cabinet decision on the policy to build the protection right for Korea, and in November, Hirobumi ITO was sent as a special envoy, and on November 28, the Eulsa Treaty was forced to be concluded.
  279. In October 1907, he moved on to General Office Director of Army Medicine (corresponding to Lieutenant General), then assumed office at the Medical bureau of the Department of War (the top army surgeon with authority over human resources).
  280. In October 1916, Kanichi SUMITOMO was excluded from the heirs.
  281. In October 1925, Kinkichi NAKATA, who was soriji, resigned.
  282. In October 1926, a Shosho (imperial edict, decree) was issued to admit him in the imperial line as the ninety-eighth emperor of Japan, and to designate the imperial mausoleum.
  283. In October 1932, Tokatsu Eigasha was dissolved only one year after its establishment, and Toa Kinema finally gave up to continue film production business and closed 'Tojiin Studio.'
  284. In October 1941, KIYOURA, WAKATSUKI, OKADA, HIROTA, HAYASHI, ABE, YONAI, HARA (Chairman of the Privy Council), and KIDO (naidaijin)
  285. In October 1941, he acted for the first time in his life as Kintoki in "Yaegiri-Kuruwa-Banashi," a story of Yaegiri working in a licensed quarters, at the Kado-za theater in Dotonbori when he succeeded to the stage name Senjaku NAKAMUA and became the second thereof.
  286. In October 1943, he received his draft papers while filming, and left for the front.
  287. In October 1945, he left the corps since the war had ended.
  288. In October 1958, he married with Chikage OGI.
  289. In October 1963, after the purging of the Kamo SERIZAWA group, he was appointed Fukucho jokin (assistant vice commander), and, thereafter, remained executive officer of the Shinsengumi.
  290. In October 1968, it pulled the Imperial train for the National Sports Festival in Fukui Prefecture.
  291. In October 1969, Nippon Rayon Co., Ltd. and its parent company, Nichibo Co., Ltd. were merged to form Unittika, Ltd., paving the way for the diversified chemicals manufacturer.
  292. In October 1969, listed on the Kyoto Stock Exchange; and in March 2001, listed on the Second Section of the Osaka Securities Exchange (following the merger of these two markets)
  293. In October 1971 ABC held '1080-Minute Rakugo Show' commemorating its twentieth anniversary.
  294. In October 1975, in her later middle age, she acted as mistress in an entertainment TV program "Dokusen! Onna no 60 pun" with Takiko MIZUNOE who was a first class member of Shochiku revue and others, and appeared in the program until March 1987.
  295. In October 1980, the Buraku Liberation League, Kyoto Federation and The Institute of Buraku Problem decided to accept the offer.
  296. In October 1998, 'centenary monument of Naganuma disposal' was erected, which passes down the history of the affair to us.
  297. In October 1999, the earnestly desired electrification of the Maizuru Line was completed and the fleet of this type of train was introduced with three round-trip services daily.
  298. In October 2001, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency reported that hijiki contains a higher percentage of carcinogenic inorganic arsenic than those in other seaweeds, and recommended avoiding hijiki.
  299. In October 2001, when U.S. President Bush visited Japan, they performed Yabusame in Maiji-jingu Shrine.
  300. In October 2006, Kidzania Tokyo, a private facility, was opened in Japan.
  301. In October 2007, the main store lost control of management due to management trouble, and the management system virtually collapsed.
  302. In October 21, Masaki and his family were killed with sword by Imperial army at the lakeside of Biwa Lake.
  303. In October 29, Nobunaga marched to Nagashima-cho of Ise Province (Mie Prefecture) leading 30,000 troops which mainly consisted of the troops of Owari, Mino, and Ise Provinces.
  304. In October 585, instead of Prince Anahobe, Prince Oe (Emperor Yomei's son, his mother was SOGA no Katashihime, the daughter of SOGA no Iname) ascended the throne with the support of the Minister SOGA no Umako.
  305. In October 592, a wild boar was presented to the emperor as a gift.
  306. In October 743, the following year, the Emperor set his mind on building Rushanabutsu (statue of Buddha) in Shigaraki.
  307. In October 764, FUJIWARA no Nakamaro started the war, and the rebel army headed to Omi Province.
  308. In October 764, Nakamaro attempted a rebellion with the military power he amassed by becoming totoku (Governor General) and Military Chief of Shikinai (four provinces close to the Capital Kyoto; Yamato, Yamashiro, Settsu, Kawachi), Sangen (three major barrier stations), Omi, Tanba, Harima and other provinces, but was foiled by an anonymous report.
  309. In October 764, Nakamaro raised a rebellion and escaped from Heijo-kyo Capital.
  310. In October 764, Oshikatsu EMI (FUJIWARA no Nakamaro) started a rebellion, which ultimately failed, and he was chased down on the western shore of Lake Biwa.
  311. In October 764, although Nakamaro planed a rebellion, it was found out by tipping off.
  312. In October 842 (old calendar), he was given Ippon (the first of Imperial Prince's rank).
  313. In October 852 she went down to Ise.
  314. In October 858 she retired from her office as her father, the Emperor died.
  315. In October 889, she went through misogi (purification ceremony).
  316. In October 991, she went down to Ise, and resigned her post in Ise in 997.
  317. In October Hoko-matsuri Festival in which samurai's procession takes place is held.
  318. In October Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA finally executed Taisei Hokan (transfer of power back to the Emperor), handing the government over to the Imperial Court.
  319. In October and November 1715, he went through genpuku (ceremony of attaining manhood) and was assigned to serve Hyobusho (the ministry in charge of military affairs).
  320. In October and November of 1596, peace talks between Ming Dynasty and Japan were in the final stages, but when fraud by diplomats on both sides was revealed during the Minshi ekken (audience with an envoy from the Ming Dynasty) by Hideyoshi, and the negotiations failed, Hideyoshi once again ordered the warlords to dispatch troops.
  321. In October and November, Masayuki killed a member of the Nezu family and Nobushige attacked Komoro-jo Castle to get rid of Masashige DAIDOJI.
  322. In October and November, he ordered the castellan of Hirado-jo Castle, Shigenobu MATSUURA (hoin), to have a castle constructed in Kazamoto in Iki Province.
  323. In October he surrendered to the soldiers of Takasaki Domain.
  324. In October in the same year, Empress Shotoku visited Kii Province.
  325. In October in the same year, Empress Takano abandoned Emperor Junin and ascended to the throne as Empress shotoku.
  326. In October in the same year, he was ordered to be placed under house arrest by the bakufu along with Nariaki, Shungaku and Munenari.
  327. In October in the same year, ku (wards) were renamed daiku and shoku were created by merging several preexisting towns and villages and placed under daiku.
  328. In October in the year 10, Inishiki no Mikoto presented 1,000 swords he had made to Ishigami-jingu Shrine.
  329. In October of 1200, MINAMOTO no Yoriie participated in kasagake (horseback archery competition) at Kotsubo-no-hama Beach near Kamakura with children of gokenin, and held a feast on a ship.
  330. In October of 1981, he passed name 'Koshiro MATSUMOTO' to his eldest son who became 'Koshiro MATSUMOTO IX' and changed his own name to 'Hakuo MATSUMOTO.'
  331. In October of 1994, the Fukuoka Prefecture Police proposed rules on ownership of road usage licensing as follows.
  332. In October of that year, he made one visit to Nao DEGUCHI, the founder of Omoto, in Ayabe City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  333. In October of the following year (1892) Juntaro was appointed a member of the committee for the examination for practicing medicine, and was sitting on the pharmaceutical examination committee and on the committee for compiling a list of scientific documents.
  334. In October of the following year, the Zen master returns to Tomita and asks the owner of the house in which he had stayed about the ogre; the owner is very pleased because the ogre has not climbed down the mountain since then.
  335. In October of the same year Takahashi Manor and his territory of Kaito District in Owari Province were confiscated; the former was given to Mochinobu ISSHIKI and Yoshinao KIRA, the latter to Owari Province's provincial guard, Yoshiatsu SHIBA.
  336. In October of the same year, Emperor Junnin attempted to escape but he was arrested and died in the palace next day.
  337. In October of the same year, Masahiro ABE asked the Coastal Defense Department its opinion regarding the "Special News." The following November, the Department answered that the content seemed dubious and referred ABE to the Magistrate of Nagasaki.
  338. In October of the same year, Nobunaga ODA, who recommended Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA, a younger brother of former Shogun Yoshiteru, as shogun, set the army heading for the capital.
  339. In October of the same year, Serizawa and Hirayama were assassinated by the Shieikanha group (the group of Isami KONDO), and Hirama escaped.
  340. In October of the same year, Shingen TAKEDA departed for the front leading 27,000 troops in response to a request from Shogun Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA.
  341. In October of the same year, Shingen led as many as 20,000 soldiers to invade Ueno, Musashi province, and Sagami Province to beat off HOJO.
  342. In October of the same year, Takauji and the Southern Court reconciled, an event that was called Shohei-itto.
  343. In October of the same year, Tokatsu Eiga-sha was liquidated only one year after its establishment, and Toa Kinema closed 'Tojiin Studio.'
  344. In October of the same year, at the annual meeting of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, Joe requested funding to establish a Christian university in Japan, and secured the promise of a donation of 5000 dollars.
  345. In October of the same year, he assumed the position as the head of Law investigating, contributing to compilation of Civil Code, Commercial Code and the Code of Criminal Procedure.
  346. In October of the same year, he became the mayor of the same ward, and KONO set up a local assembly ahead of the rest of the country, and deliberated the civil administration of the ward.
  347. In October of the same year, he concurrently assumed the position of Sangi (councilor) and Secretary of Interior.
  348. In October of the same year, he finally attacked and looted the Dazai-fu (local government office in Kyushu region).
  349. In October of the same year, he formed the fourth Ito Cabinet consisting mainly of the Seiyu Party.
  350. In October of the same year, he hid in Edo because he caused an assault case where three Englishmen breaking into the customs were tied and left on the seashore.
  351. In October of the same year, he resigned from the position of Director of Tokyo Imperial Museum.
  352. In October of the same year, he returned to Kyoto and went to work at court again.
  353. In October of the same year, he was once missing when Kamo SERIZAWA was assassinated.
  354. In October of the same year, he was permanently granted 600 koku as compensation for his military glory during the Meiji Restoration.
  355. In October of the same year, he went to Edo with imperial envoys including Sanetomi SANJO and Kintomo ANEGAKOJI, to urge the shogunate to expel foreigners.
  356. In October of the same year, in Taiwan which had come into the possession of Japan, an incident happened in which because a resisting Chinese fled into a British merchant ship 'Thales,' Arichi's subordinate cruiser 'Yaeyama' chased it and made an on-the-spot visitation of it.
  357. In October of the same year, in the Battle of the Kasugai-zutsumi which broke out between Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple and the Oda clan, while most warriors of his side were retreating from the Kasugai-zutsumi Bank, only Toshiie remained there and made a great achievement of killing the enemies.
  358. In October of the same year, sales of betting tickets were prohibited and the autumnal events were held with subsidy from the government.
  359. In October of the same year, she entered Shosaiin (hall of initial abstinence) (Ippon Goshodokoro).
  360. In October of the same year, she entered the Nonomiya (Field Palace), but she returned in March 1168 without finishing the Gunko (three years of purification for Saigu at Nonomiya, and returned to Ise) due to the abdication from the throne of Emperor Rokujo.
  361. In October of the same year, the Bank of Japan started business, followed by the introduction of regulation of convertible bank note.
  362. In October of the same year, the eight gods of Hasshin-den were enshrined together with the gods of heaven and earth, and the name 'Hasshin-den' was abolished and renamed 'Shinden.'
  363. In October of the same year, the personnel affairs part of the Civil Code, donation covering the acquisition of property part, testamentary bequest, husband and wife and property contract were issued.
  364. In October of the same year, the reinforcement army led by Shigeyori TOKI, the military governor of the Mino Province and Yoshikado SHIBA, the military governor of the Echizen, Owari, and Totomi provinces, arrived in the Omi province and the Western Camp's counter attack had started.
  365. In October of the same year, the two brought their followers and started a scuffle in front of the mansion of MINAMOTO no Mitsunobu and 'Otsu Yoshichika' was killed.
  366. In October of the same year, when Michitaka's eldest daughter, FUJIWARA no Teishi/Sadako, became an empress Michinaga was assigned as Chugu Daibu (Minister of the Palace of the Empress).
  367. In October of the same year, when his condition became stable, he returned to the Nagayo Gastrointestinal Hospital.
  368. In October or November of that year, when the general theory of the clan met Saigo's idea of the restoration of imperial rule, Murata went campaigning to the Omura and Hirado domains with Shintaro NAKAOKA, got together with Ryoma SAKAMOTO and Hirobumi ITO in Bakan, and went to Kyoto after meeting lord Mori.
  369. In October the next year his grandchild, Masato, was conferred the Baronage on the ground of Kuninao's achievements in developing Hokkaido and was thus raised to the peerage.
  370. In October the same year, Kagesue and Gishobo Jojin went to the capital as emissaries of Yoritomo.
  371. In October there is a special series of performances spanning three days ending on Sports Day.
  372. In October, "Omei Zasshi" (a bulletin) was first published.
  373. In October, 'Heibon' started to be serialized.
  374. In October, 10,000 horse soldiers of the Hirotsugu army arrived at Itabitsu River and fought against 6,000 soldiers of the Imperial army including SAEKI no Tsunehito, and the Imperial army defeated the Hirotsugu's.
  375. In October, 1015, under the pressure to pass down his throne the Emperor ordered Michinaga to be the Associate Regent and delegated the Jimoku ceremony (a ceremony for the periodical appointment of the government), and he declared that he would not be involved.
  376. In October, 110, Yamato Takeru was ordered to conquer Ezo (northerners) by the Emperor.
  377. In October, 1142, Yoshiyasu donated the Ashikaga manor to the Anrakuju-in Temple built by Emperor Toba, which became Honjo (the administrative headquarter) of the Ashikaga manor, and then became Shokan shiki (officer entrusted with local management by the lord of the private estate).
  378. In October, 1161, when the seventh son (Norihito, later to become Emperor Takakura) was born to Goshirakawa and TAIRA no Shigeko, TAIRA no Tokitada and Norimori planned to make him Crown Prince.
  379. In October, 1203, Yoriie lost the shogunate and was expelled to Izu Province as a result of the coup by Yoshikazu HIKI.
  380. In October, 1428, people of the world rose in revolt.'
  381. In October, 1504, Masamoto suppressed a rebellion by Motokazu YAKUSHIJI, the deputy shugo of the Province of Settsu, and then in 1506, he subjugated Yoshihide HATAKEYAMA of Kawachi and invaded the Province of Yamato.
  382. In October, 1534, he left the capital for Suo Province (military governor of the province: Yoshitaka OUCHI).
  383. In October, 1566, Minowa-jo Castle was felled by the Takeda army, and he succeeded in suppressing the western part of Ueno.
  384. In October, 1568, Sokyu went to Akutagawa, Nishinari County, Settsu Province to meet Nobunaga ODA, who had entered Kyoto, so as to present some famous tea utensils including a famous tea jar named Matsushima and Joo Nasu (specialty of a tea container), and so on.
  385. In October, 1571, when Ujiyasu HOJO died, Ujimasa HOJO who succeeded after him changed his direction and made peace with the Takeda clan.
  386. In October, 1572, Shingen defeated Ieyasu in the Battle of Mikatagahara and kept going westward.
  387. In October, 1585, Rikyu served in the Kinchu tea ceremony for Emperor Ogimachi hosted by Hideyoshi, and received the Buddhist name "Rikyu" from the emperor.
  388. In October, 1593, Hideyoshi performed Noh drama and Noh farces in front of Emperor Goyozei for three consecutive days.
  389. In October, 1842, he was born in Tokiwa-mura, Toichi County, Yamato Province (present-day Tokiwa-cho, Kashihara City, Nara Prefecture), as the eldest son of Koji KAYANO, and later became the heir of the Moriyama family.
  390. In October, 1861, Hisamatsu decided to attempt to procure a position as a court noble or Samurai and reorganized the retainers in important ways, but he lacked a connection in Kyoto, so Okubo and Horijiro who were the Konando-yaku (the position charged with the shogun's personal care) advised sending a letter of recall to Saigo.
  391. In October, 1864, he went up to Kyoto with Kashitaro ITO and others with an intention to become a member of Shinsengumi.
  392. In October, 1868, he took initiative in the reformation of domain duties after the return of lands and people to the emperor, and he took charge of guard when Emperor Meiji visited Ise Jingu Shrine.
  393. In October, 1869, minister-counselors of each country were called together in Enryokan, and provided with shusen (food and alcoholic drink).
  394. In October, 1870, School of Western Learning annexed School of Science, and was transformed into Kaiseijo.
  395. In October, 1870, he dismissed soldiers of feudal domain, which occurred Kenmotsu Incident..
  396. In October, 1871, after the Meiji Restoration, Naoo applied to become a police officer covering Tokyo prefecture.
  397. In October, 1877, he was transferred to Nissin Elementary School of Saga City, Saga Prefecture.
  398. In October, 1881, he participated in the formation of Liberal Party (in the Meiji Period).
  399. In October, 1896, he retired as supervisor of railway technicians of the Ministry of Communication.
  400. In October, 1899, he was named the Japanese minister in Qing.
  401. In October, 1910 the position name changed to Commander of Chosen Chusatsu-gun due to the annexation of Korea.
  402. In October, 1911, he became president of Inawashiro Hydraulic Power Company.
  403. In October, 1926, an imperial prescript was issued and the imperial genealogy was rewritten to change his title from the 95th to the 96th Emperor.
  404. In October, 1926, the Institute for Chemical Research was established.
  405. In October, 1930, "The collected complete haiku of Seigetsu" compiled by Isao SHIMOJIMA and Saijiro TAKATSU was published.
  406. In October, 1931, he co-starred with Ganjiro at the Kabuki-za Theater, playing the role of Goemon in "Sanmon" (the scene of 'Nanzenji Sanmon' of "Sanmon Gosan no Kiri"), which became famous as the top actor of the East Narikoma-ya (Utaemon from Tokyo) and the top actor of the West Narikoma-ya (Ganjiro from Osaka) had made the sparks fly on the stage.
  407. In October, 1947, Kyoto Imperial University was renamed Kyoto University.
  408. In October, 197T, Takamatsuzuka Tumulus General Science Research Committee conducted an academic investigation.
  409. In October, 1992, the Faculty of Integrated Human Studies was established.
  410. In October, 1995, Kichiroku won a Special Award of the National Theatre of Japan for his Tachimawari (stylized fight scene) performance in the scene of the sea (Kikai ga shima Island) in the play "Heike Nyogo ga shima" (literally, the Taira clan [and] the legendary island of women).
  411. In October, 416, in order to resolve a confusion in the Uji-kabane system (the system of clans and hereditary titles) among various clans, the Emperor carried out Kugatachi ordeal (also known as kukatachi or kukadachi, which refers to hot-water ordeal) at Amakashi no oka Hill in Asuka.
  412. In October, 643, due to his sickness, Emishi handed over his rank Shikan to Iruka which allowed him to be a minister and let his second son to be Mononobe minister without the permission from the Imperial Court.
  413. In October, 764, FUJIWARA no Kusumaro, who was a child of FUJIWARA no Nakamaro, attacked an imperial envoy to take away gyokuji (imperial seal) and ekirei (bell needed for the exercise of imperial power).
  414. In October, 935, Yoshimasa led his army in order to defeat Masakado, and sensing this, Masakado immediately departed for the front, and on 21st, they fought against each other in Kawamagari Village, Niihari County, Hitachi Province.
  415. In October, 980, She made an Imperial Consort's bridal entry into the court after her uncle, Emperor Enyu's recommendation.
  416. In October, Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa sent an imperial letter to MINAMOTO no Yoritomo in Kamakura authorizing control over Tokaido and Tosando, and approaches Yoritomo (imperial letter of October, Juei 2).
  417. In October, ETO and SOEJIMA resigned as councilors due to Coups of 1873.
  418. In October, Empress Takano abandoned Emperor Junin and became Empress Shotoku, and Itaji was appointed to Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) for hunting down and killing rebels.
  419. In October, Furuhito no Oe no Miko was executed for the crime of rebellion.
  420. In October, Iwarehikono Mikoto dispatched the army to attack and kill Yasotakeru in Mt. Kunimidake.
  421. In October, Nioumiya planned to go boating on the Yodo-gawa River and arranged an excursion to view the autumn leaves in order to see Naka no kimi.
  422. In October, Nobunaga came back to Kitanosho and then to Gifu to check Ishiyama.
  423. In October, Noriyori returned to Kamakura and attended rakkei kuyo (a dedication ceremony) at Shochoju-in Temple for his father Yoshitomo together with the families of the Minamotono clan.
  424. In October, Norizane arrived at an encampment in Bubaigawara, Musashi Province, and defeated the spearhead army, the Isshiki and Ogasawara army.
  425. In October, Ryoma headed to Choshu as a confidential agent for TAKECHI, and in next February Ryoma met Genzui KUSAKA.
  426. In October, Taiho Ritsuryo was distributed among the provinces.
  427. In October, Takauji set out with his forces to attack Tadafuyu in Kyushu, who was increasing his power, and meanwhile, Tadayoshi escaped from Kyoto.
  428. In October, Tokugawa and Hojo made peace, and as a condition for the peace, they decided to exchange Numata City, Kozuke Province of the Sanada clan and Saku County, Shinano Province conquered by the Hojo clan.
  429. In October, Yamato Takeru no Mikoto was dispatched to conquer Kumaso.
  430. In October, Yasuhira was betrayed and killed by a Kenin (retainer) and his head was sent to the camp of Kamakura army, and Yoshimori and Shigetada examined it.
  431. In October, Yasuhira was killed by his own vassals, and the Battle of Oshu resulted in Yoritomo's victory.
  432. In October, a revolt occurred in Kumano and Yorimori, who was chigyo kokushu (provincial proprietor) of Kii Province, was chosen to serve as tsuitoshi to lead the expeditionary force charged with putting down the revolt (see the entry for September 28 in the "Gyokuyo"),
  433. In October, around the time of making another trip to Tokyo, he began to experience difficulty in walking due to hip pain which was first thought of as rheumatism but in the following year (1896), it was diagnosed as an onset of spinal caries caused by tubercle bacillus affecting the spine.
  434. In October, at the request of Nobunaga, he went down to Kyushu region to settle disputes among the Otomo, the Ito, the Sagara and the Shimazu clans.
  435. In October, defeated at the Battle of Hatamaki-toge, the Sendai Domain surrendered.
  436. In October, he arrived in Germany.
  437. In October, he assumed office as Lieutenant General, Chief of the 1st Shidan (division) (Japanese Army), and in April, assumed office as Chief of the 10th Shidan in succession to Fushiminomiya Imperial Prince Sadanaru.
  438. In October, he assumed office as the Imperial Guard Military Medicine Department Director as well as the Principal of the Army Doctor School concurrently.
  439. In October, he assumed office as the Instructor of Rikugun Daigakko (the Army War College).
  440. In October, he assumed the position of the Minister of Justice of the fourth Hirobumi ITO Cabinet.
  441. In October, he became Army Surgeon General in the Medical Bureau of the Department of War.
  442. In October, he became a member of Kizokuin (the House of Peers) and the first Chief Executive Secretary of the house.
  443. In October, he became an imperial prince.
  444. In October, he became assistant instructor to the Senior Army Surgeon in the Second Class of the Army Doctor School (equivalent to Lieutenant Colonel).
  445. In October, he briefly studied English at a university preparatory school at Suda and Kyoritsu (presently Kaisei Junior High School and Kaisei High School)
  446. In October, he captured Odani-jo Castle and Hisamasa AZAI and his son Nagamasa committed suicide.
  447. In October, he enrolled in Shinbungakusha school (a private school) in Hongo to learn German.
  448. In October, he graduated from Kinka shogakko shogakujinjoka the latter half of the second grade.
  449. In October, he moved away from Tokyo because of the conflict with his father, relocating to Onomichi City, Hiroshima Prefecture.
  450. In October, he moved to Tokyo and lived in Kojimachi-Iidabashi-cho.
  451. In October, he presented Teishi as chugu and became a father-in-law of the Emperor.
  452. In October, he published his first historical novel 'The Last Testament of Okitsu Yagoemon' in "the Chuo koron."
  453. In October, he relocated to 57 Sendagi-cho, Komagome, Hongo.
  454. In October, he restored the rule of the Emperor (Taisei Hokan) and gave up the post of Shogun; in December, an order to resign and return domains arrived at Nijo-jo Castle from the Imperial Court.
  455. In October, he returned to Kyoto.
  456. In October, he set fire to Shimo Akasaka -jo Castle by himself and pretended to commit suicide, and then vanished (the battle of Akasaka-jo Castle).
  457. In October, he strengthened the attack on Nobunaga oncemore (the Siege of Shiga) in cooperation with the Asakura army, Enryaku-ji Temple, and followers of the Ikko sect, and beat Yoshinari Mori, Nobuharu Oda, and others.
  458. In October, he transferred to Dresden.
  459. In October, he was appointed as Provisional Senior Clerk of Hyogo Prefecture.
  460. In October, he was sent to Paris for the Paris World Exposition which was going to be held in the following year (1878), and came back to Japan in May 1879.
  461. In October, he went to France for study, and returned in July, 1875.
  462. In October, he withdrew from Matsuyama Junior High School to prepare for the entrance exam to a university preparatory school.
  463. In October, he withdrew from the school.
  464. In October, he worked in Hiroshima City where the Hiroshima Imperial headquarters were, and in November, arrived at Dalian City.
  465. In October, judging that Yoshitsune was playing sick and was on the same side as Minamoto no Yukiie, Yoritomo decided to expel Yoshitsune and sent his retainer Masatoshi TOSANOBO to Kyoto.
  466. In October, manager Koichi HASHIRATANI was eventually dismissed because of the slump of the team, and Head Coach Naohiko MINOBE assumed the post of the new manager.
  467. In October, neighboring domains were mobilized to subdue Tenchu-gumi, and Tenchu-gumi fought bravely, however, because they were outnumbered and poor in armaments, they were gradually driven into a corner.
  468. In October, resigned from Samanokami.
  469. In October, she dispatched an imperial envoy to Ise-jingu Shrine to report on the construction of the new capital.
  470. In October, soldiers of Dazaifu and Tsuibushi fought against Sumitomo, but were defeated.
  471. In October, the Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa seized Echizen, the chigyokoku that Shigemori had controlled since 1166.
  472. In October, the Iwakura Mission was dispatched for the purpose of revising unequal treaties which Japan had signed with foreign countries at the end of the Edo period, and the reform of stipend was implemented by Rusu-seifu.
  473. In October, the Ming and Korean allied forces began all-out attacks to Ulsan, Sacheon and Suncheon.
  474. In October, the Yonezawa Domain surrendered.
  475. In October, the government established a Han self-government policy which specified dissociation of the Han administration and vassals, subsequently, Han was controlled by the government.
  476. In October, the remnants of Yoritomo's army decided to form an army again and asked samurai in various places to join them.
  477. In October, the same year, he was transferred to Kawachi and Settsu Provinces and in January, 1788, he resigned the post of Shoshidai and was transferred to his old territory, Utsunomiya Domain.
  478. In October, the serial 'Sono Omokage' first appeared.
  479. In October, the system of Ryoko (Imperial tomb guards, one kind of senmin) was established.
  480. In October, when Kagesue went to Kyoto and visited Yoshitsune to convey the order to track down and kill MINAMOTO no Yukiie, Yoshitsune was too sick to see him.
  481. In October, when Takamori SAIGO left the government in the political disturbancere in the sixth year of the Meiji (as is commonly said, the dispute over the subjugation of Korea), he submitted his resignation and returned to his home.
  482. In October, when he was getting on the ship that Tsuchimochi made him to leave to Kagoshima, he got information about repulsion of the British ships, so he was glad and had a banquet.
  483. In October, while Kenshi was away for a Liberal Party convention in Osaka, his comrades cut their way into the Okusa-mura village office in broad daylight and robbed the office of national tax money.
  484. In Oe-cho (municipal town before merger) at the foot of Oe-yama mountain range, a town was created based on the Oni and there are many things related to the Oni such as a statue of the Oni designed by Toru NARITA, a corridor with Oni-faced pillars and a Japan Ogre Exchange Museum, etc.
  485. In Oei 2 (1395), he resigned from his post as Daijo-daijin and took the tonsure, changing his name to "Dogi" (meaning "the way of righteousness").
  486. In Oei War in 1399, he was a part of the army of bakufu as well as his father and achieved a military exploit in which he defeated the enemy general, Yoshihiro OUCHI.
  487. In Ogawa of Chiyoda-cho on the opposite side of the Oi-gawa River, there is another shrine called Tsukiyomi-jinja Shrine, which also enshrines the Tsukiyomi no Mikoto.
  488. In Ogi-sai, after Ogi-sama of Kasuga-jinja Shrine, an object inhabited by a god's spirit when it descends and called Yorishiro is invited, Noh is performed on the stage in two houses from Kami-za (a troupe from the south area of Kasuga-jinja Shrine) and Shimo-za (a troupe from the north area of Kasuga-jinja Shrine) each on the evening of February 1.
  489. In Ogura Hyakunin Isshu, it is translated like this: Harusugite natsu kinikerashi shirotae no koromo hosucho Amanokagu-yama (It seems that spring is over and summer has come, for the white robes, so it is said, are spread to dry on Mt. Amanokagu).
  490. In Oharae no kotoba used by Jinja Honcho (Association of Shinto Shrines) and its subordinate shrines, the names of crimes in Amatsu tsumi and Kunitsu tsumi have been omitted because Kunitsu tsumi include discriminatory expressions.
  491. In Oishi's letter written in August, 1701, 4 months after the raid (sent to a Buddhist priest at Enrin-ji Temple, Yukai who was asked for the entreaty of the restoration of the Asano clan), it says that 'Kira's safety depends on Daigaku's safety.'
  492. In Ojoyoshu, written by Genshin (a priest), Kanso Nenbutsu was accorded high value and was therefore popular among aristocrats during the Heian period.
  493. In Okabiki, the timber is delivered to the timber pond of the Geku Yamada workshop.
  494. In Okayama Prefecture as well, "Sakuyoshi" (a topographical document) describes a monster named Gyuki (cow demon) that appeared in Ohira-yama Mountain in Koshihata, Mimasaka Tomata County (present-day Tomata County).
  495. In Okayama, he stayed at the house of Hazumu KATAOKA, the father of Okatsu, the wife of his second oldest brother Einosuke, for about a month.
  496. In Okayama-guchi were positioned 27,500 men in total including Toshitsune MAEDA and others.
  497. In Oki, soba is eaten on occasion and there are some elements of soba making in the choreography of the dance for the Oki minyo (folk song) 'Dossari-bushi' (also known as the 'Dance of Soba Maker').
  498. In Okinawa Miroku Bosatsu is called 'the milk god' or 'Milk-san,' and the belief in Miroku is popular.
  499. In Okinawa Prefecture a tamagotoji katsudon somewhat like chanpon is available.
  500. In Okinawa Prefecture and Amami islands of Kagoshima Prefecture, it is also called sanshin.
  501. In Okinawa Prefecture and its surrounding area, where different historical circumstances existed than in Japan's home islands, a religious vocation called "noro" has existed since even before the foundation of the Ryukyu kingdom, and still exists today.
  502. In Okinawa Prefecture katsudon is available in inexpensive eating places.
  503. In Okinawa Prefecture the menu in restaurants lists misoshiru or misojiru.
  504. In Okinawa Prefecture, 'zenzai' particularly refers to the ice candy.
  505. In Okinawa Prefecture, soy-sauce was not mainly used since soup stock from konbu (a kind of kelp used for Japanese soup stock), fish, pigs was often used to get savoriness.
  506. In Okinawa Prefecture, special Tempura with thick coating of batter is made from mozuku and is dipped in sauce (seasoning) to eat.
  507. In Okinawa Prefecture, sukiyaki is often listed on the menu at inexpensive eating locations, but their sukiyaki is different from the mainland's sukiyaki that is served in a cast-iron pot.
  508. In Okinawa Prefecture, there is grilled food that is thinner than okonomiyaki, called 'hirayachi' (savoury pancake with various ingredients).
  509. In Okinawa Prefecture, they have smaller and thinner kind of Japanese leek compared to the common variety, which is called 'Shima-rakkyo' (Okinawan shallots) or 'Daccho.'
  510. In Okinawa Prefecture, where the practice of eating rice had not begun until modern times as rice was not produced there due to the climate, there is still no custom of eating zoni today; while zoni is relatively popular in the Amami region of Kagoshima Prefecture, which used to belong to the same Ryukyu Kingdom as Okinawa.
  511. In Okinawa Region it was believed that a soul would become a deity in seven generations.
  512. In Okinawa there is a dish called 'Bata yaki' (saut?ed with butter) that is a fish deep-fried whole in margarine for flavor, it is not, however, a fillet saut?ed with butter, similar to meuniere, which is common in mainland Japan.
  513. In Okinawa, 'zenzai' is not a type of shiruko but means a shaved ice made of shaved ice topped with haricot beans stewed mainly with sugar.
  514. In Okinawa, Chomo HANASHIRO used the word karate (空手) for the first time in 1905, by which he meant "karate kuken" (a martial art with bare hands, or an unarmed martial art).
  515. In Okinawa, frankfurter for hotdog is also popular.
  516. In Okinawa, the Karate Study Club was set up in 1924 and developed into the Okinawa Karate Club in 1926, whereby karate grand masters in Okinawa gathered together to promote the exchange of karate techniques and carry out collaborative research on karate on a trial basis.
  517. In Okinawa, the people opposed against the display of the prostitutes who were taken from Okinawa as 'Ryukyu Women'.
  518. In Okinawa, the term 'tempura' is often referred to as Okinawa tempura, but there is of course the regular tempura described above.
  519. In Okinawa, there are products called Kuba-ogi with surface made of leaves of a Biro (Kuba) (Livistona chinensis.)
  520. In Okinawa, there is a dish using the blood of whale meat actively, for example, by frying the meat together with the blood.
  521. In Okuiri, he regards the earlier commentary, the 'Genji Shaku,' as important, and quotes a lot of opinions from it in many sections.
  522. In Old Fukuchiyama City, there are two or more block names such as place names (Aza and Koaza), names of residents' associations, commonly-called names, etc., and the name of residents' association do not always correspond to the name of the city blocks, making the area very confusing.
  523. In Omi Province, many of the Han-satsu issued in its clans in the Edo period such as that issued by the Hikone clan, that by the Mizuguchi clan, and that by the Omizo clan, were provided with similar features.
  524. In Omi, the Kyogoku clan in Kitaomi (northern Omi), which was a branch family of the Sasaki clan and the Rokkaku clan in Minamiomi (southern Omi) contended for majesty.
  525. In Omuta City Fukuoka Prefecture and Arao City Kumamoto Prefecture, okonomiyaki called 'dago' (savoury pancake with various ingredients) is eaten.
  526. In Onin War occurred in 1467, he belonged to the Eastern Army led by Katsumoto HOSOKAWA and fought against the Isshiki clan of the Western Army.
  527. In Onkaku kyoshu-fu, there were musicians who belonged to Taigakusho (music department) of Taijo-ji (a government office which was in charge of the rituals at the court), such as the disciples of zabugi (musicians accompanying the dance performed at the party held at the court), female dancers belonging to kyobo (training center for imperial dancers), and some of the court ladies.
  528. In Onmyodo (way of Yin and Yang; occult divination system based on the Taoist theory of the five elements), the Daishogun is the second of the Hasshojin (Eight General Gods) and the western god in the Yin-Yang doctrine.
  529. In Onmyodo (way of Yin and Yang; occult divination system based on the Taoist theory of the five elements), there is 'the tomobiki day' when, if something is done in one direction on the day, a harm will be brought to a friend, which is thought to have been confused with rokuyo's tomobiki.
  530. In Onmyodo, a blessed place is sought by sochi method called Jinryu-tenketsu.
  531. In Onmyodo, it is said that Shakuzetsu-jin God (Guardian god at the west gate of Oto [imperial capital] of Taisai-jin God [spirit of Jupiter]) employs six Kijin (demon-gods) to send one by one every six days to protect.
  532. In Onmyodo, the Gobosei has been handed down as the talisman to ward off evil spirits.
  533. In Onojo City, there is a place called 'Komizuki.'
  534. In Onuma Quasi-National Park of Nanae Town, Hokkaido, there is Junsai Swamp, one of the Onuma main lakes (Nanae Town), and they sell bottled junsai as a special product of the Park.
  535. In Oobe no Sho (manor) of Harima Province, a branch temple (later Jodo-ji Temple in Ono City) was built while Chogen directly controlled Bizen Province, exercising the usufruct.
  536. In Oriental history other than Japanese, it is used for an outstanding warrior before modern ages.
  537. In Osaka City the beef katsudon (bowl of rice topped with a beef cutlet) may come with a demi-glace flavor although it is not called domikatsu-don.
  538. In Osaka City there were Maiko before the war.
  539. In Osaka City, cracks in the ground spewed mud water and flooded houses.
  540. In Osaka City, there was Osaka Gas Company already as mentioned earlier however none existed in the neighboring Sakai City, and it was under examination for Osaka Gas Company to provide the service to Sakai City as well.
  541. In Osaka Fuyu no Jin (Winter Siege of Osaka) in October 1614, he departed for the front with a group of 10 samurai and a group of 40 soldiers; he was Samurai daisho (the Samurai General) of hatamoto (bannermen) at first and leter became 合備 of Takanori TODO, the spearhead of the right on November 26.
  542. In Osaka Hikohachi YONEZAWA (the first) became popular and performed in Nagoya.
  543. In Osaka Natsu no Jin (Summer Siege of Osaka) in 1615, he was ordered to be a commander of yuguntai (flying squad party) but the spearhead was destroyed in the battle on May 6, so he served the spearhead of the left with Takayoshi TODO on May 7.
  544. In Osaka Prefecture and Kyoto Prefecture, completed Shinkansen railways were used temporarily for operating trains on the Hankyu Kyoto main line for which the work to construct elevated railways was under way (-> Hankyu Railways whose trains ran on the Tokaido Shinkansen line).
  545. In Osaka and Kagawa, the term 'Tanuki' is used only for 'Tanuki Soba' (Soba noodles topped with deep-fried bean curd).
  546. In Osaka and Kobe, the dish is sometimes called alternatively 'Haishi rice,' or 'Hairai' for short.
  547. In Osaka and Kobe, the money was handed in on the 25th, and went through the authenticity test on the 26th, in Nagasaki, the money was handed in on the 27th, and went though the authenticity test on the 28th, and in Niigata, the authenticity test was on August 3, and lastly, in Hakodate the authenticity test was on August 12.
  548. In Osaka elaborate kaomise was long lost even before the Kaei era.
  549. In Osaka many shops use mayonnaise while in Kobe which sticks to the traditional okonomiyaki many shops do not have mayonnaise and even if they have it, it is not often served unless someone specifically orders it and it's the same in Hiroshima.
  550. In Osaka no Eki (The Siege of Osaka) from 1614, he engaged in the battles during winter, but he was appointed to the keeper of Edo-jo Castle during summer.
  551. In Osaka no Eki (The Siege of Osaka) since 1614, he joined the war as Tokugawa's side.
  552. In Osaka no Eki (the Siege of Osaka), which started in 1614, Nobushige was against the siege and insisted on fighting aggressively at Seta in Uji (Otsu City) (around Seta Bridge, which spanned the Uji-gawa River) at first (some say it was the strategy of his father Nobuyuki who was a knowledgeable warrior).
  553. In Osaka the number of young fans of Kabuki also increased when Senjaku NAKAMURA succeeded Ganjiro NAKAMURA as sandaime (III) in 1991.
  554. In Osaka where warehouses of each domain were concentrated, the Dojima Rice Exchange, the first commodity futures exchange in the world, was established, and bills of exchange for long-distance transactions also came to be used, making Osaka, the 'kitchen of Japan,' the center of the Japanese economy.
  555. In Osaka, SERIZAWA caused a fight with a sumo wrestler, and his repeated violent activities in Kyoto angered the imperial court, which ordered his arrest.
  556. In Osaka, a craftsman in Sakai City, a town of cutting tools, created the shredded tangle by shaving the surface of sweet vinegar-soaked dried kelp.
  557. In Osaka, because of the reasons including that there was no daily paper regularly published and, therefore, nishiki-e-shinbun there played a more important role than that of nishiki-e-shinbun in Tokyo as a news medium.
  558. In Osaka, crisscrossing rivers in the city were important as the means of transportation and other uses; accordingly, dredging, which was a way of controlling and maintaining rivers, was also important.
  559. In Osaka, he became a disciple of Kanjaku NAKAMURA Ⅱ (Ganjiro NAKAMURA Ⅰ) and called himself as Kamezo NAKAMURA.
  560. In Osaka, he joined Konton-shisha (Chinese poetry club).
  561. In Osaka, it is called 'teuchi.'
  562. In Osaka, it is considered that generally udon is preferred over soba which is completely opposite of the situation in Tokyo.
  563. In Osaka, on June 27, 1924 and in Tokyo, on June 10, in 1926: A type of taxis appeared that were available with a flat fare of one yen in the city (so-called 'En-taku').
  564. In Osaka, on the other hand, conventional Tsukurizakaya sold wholesale as well so a specialized wholesale merchant of sake like Edo did not appear.
  565. In Osaka, people prefer this taste so much that they usually use L. japonica for making soup stock.
  566. In Osaka, the Kurayashiki was similar to a cashbox for the government, they were ordered to buy rice over 10 times since Kyoho era.
  567. In Osaka, the Sojuro problem was so notorious that person who nags and complains a lot was called 'Suehiro ya.'
  568. In Osaka, there is a strong notion that udon restaurants are offering soba to address the needs of users and there are some soba restaurants serving udon.
  569. In Osaka, there was a time when Tamizo ONOUE the Third played MINAMOTO no Yoritomo as a guest actor for Tamizo's retirement performance.
  570. In Osaka-no-eki (the Siege of Osaka) in 1615, four out of seven Nanate-gumi Kumigashiras died a heroic death at the time of the fall of the castle.
  571. In Oshiki Haya-mai, haya mai is played in the Oshiki-cho (scale in gagaku similar to Dorian mode on A), accompanied on dai-sho hand drums, and the mai is played so that ogres and ghosts look stronger than those in haya mai.
  572. In Oshira-do in the tourist facility 'Densho-en' in Tono City, Iwate Prefecture, one thousand Oshirasama are displayed.
  573. In Oshu, However, the prominent kokujin had had the authority, which was as powerful as that of the shugo, to request military forces, to issue and recommend the issuance of gunchujo (service citations) and to dispatch envoys under the command of the shogunate.
  574. In Otoriage, a believer of kakushi nenbutsu meets with zen chishiki and implements the ritual of an appeal for salvation.
  575. In Otsu-e (Otsu paintings, named after the town of Otsu in Shiga Prefecture), Kaminari-sama is depicted in a humorous way; for example, Kaminari-sama trying to hook the drum that he dropped from the cloud is depicted there.
  576. In Otsuka village the three Dog Warriors narrowly saved Sosuke, who was crucified and about to be executed.
  577. In Ouei era (at the beginning of the 15th centuries), which was about one century later, a series of works called 'Shigajiku (hanging scroll with Chinese poetry)' had been produced.
  578. In Overseas
  579. In Owari Cho, downtown Kanazawa City, it is said that people saw "Tengu's pebbles" in 1755.
  580. In Owari Province on the other hand, which was not registered as his territory, anti-Oda feudal lords such as the Yamaguchi clan and the Hattori clan were showing movement to act in concert with the Imagawa clan.
  581. In Owase City, Mie Prefecture, the land owners of the area which is registered as world heritage protested against the registration and drew graffiti on the trees of sando (an approach to the temple).
  582. In Pali, Ashura-o has five names, R?hu, Vepacitti, Sambara, Pah?r?da, Verocana, Bali.
  583. In Paris, Naojiro became an auditing student of Ecole des Beaux-Arts, though for a short period, and left France in May.
  584. In Paris, he visited Kinmochi SAIONJI to inquire after his condition.
  585. In People's Republic of China
  586. In People's Republic of China, 1 kin (catty) was kept equal to 16 ryo (tael) for long, but under the present Chinese system of weights and measures, 1 kin (shi-kin) is equalized with 1 ryo (shi-ryo), and 1 shi-kin is set at 500 grams.
  587. In People's Republic of China, 1 shaku (in pinyin, 'chi') was set at 1 over 3 meters, so 1 sun (in pinyin, 'cun') became about 3.33 centimeters.
  588. In People's Republic of China, 1 sho (also called as sheng in pinyin) is equalized with 1 liter, and the liter as the unit of the International Unit System (SI) is also written as 'sho' (升) in a Chinese character.
  589. In People's Republic of China, British-style curry and rice is available at hotels as one of 'Western foods.'
  590. In Pinyin, the Chinese lion dance is written as "w?sh?."
  591. In Poland at the time, goso was a right legally defined by the Henrician Articles and pacta conventa (contractual agreements on governance, which allowed all the nobles to form goso, and even if it was suppressed, its leaders were not to be accused of the act of goso itself.
  592. In Poland, goso is referred to as 'rokosz,' a word of foreign origin that has its roots in the word 'r?kos' meaning 'gathering' in the Hungarian language.
  593. In Prague, Czech Republic, cheese made using soy milk instead of milk is sold as 'TOFU.'
  594. In Qing era, visits from European and American countries increased compared to Ming era and trade with less political meaning than "sakuho" and "choko" continued increasing.
  595. In Qing in the period of Chien Lung, it was used as an instrument for popular music.
  596. In Qing, Kendo was appreciated by Li Hongzhang, ambassador plenipotentiary of Qing, and was given the '鎮鼎山房'
  597. In Rajgir (its ancient name is raajagRha) was excavated an ancient foundation of what is deemed to be a vihara in a mango garden donated by Jivaka KOMARABHACCA, a noted doctor in Buddha's time.
  598. In Raku, the shite, an actor representing a person of Tang China, for example in "Tsuru-kame" (The Crane and the Tortoise) and "Kantan" (The Pillow of Kantan, Noh play), dances imitating bugaku (traditional Japanese court music accompanied by dancing), accompanied by dai-sho (big and small) hand drums or drums.
  599. In Rakugo, "Kanadehon Chushingura" is sometimes used as a material for kusuguri (making the audience laugh) or ochi (the punch line of a joke) in the traditional art of kusuguri Rakugo.
  600. In Rakugo, the most simple and most important piece of stage equipment is the lone zabuton sitting in the middle of the stage.
  601. In Reihoku region, Fukui Prefecture, a manju-throwing ceremony is performed at the end of the wedding ceremony.
  602. In Reisai (regular festival) on October 16, the whole community prays for all the children who were born within the year so that they grow up well, although the origin is not certain.
  603. In Republic of Korea, box lunches similar to Makunouchi-bento containing rice, the main dish Bulgogi (Korean style grilled beef) and other side dishes, Makunouchi-bento-like box lunches containing rice and some side dishes, as well as box lunches of Nori-maki, are sold within station precincts or on the train.
  604. In Republic of Korea, until the Civil Code Article 809 Section 1 was declared void at the Constitutional Court in 1997 (Marriage ban of the same family name and hongan), marriage between those having the same family name and the same hongan was prohibited.
  605. In Rinzai sect, it is only Shike who is entitled to give koan (small presentations of the nature of ultimate reality, usually presented as a paradox) to ascetic monk and examine state of his life (mind).
  606. In Ritsumeikan University Cheerleading Squad, a violent incident occurred; consequently, it was dissolved and terminated in 2008.
  607. In Rokuhara Tandai Minamikata (Rokuhara Tandai South) where Sadaaki was, people associated it with Nigatsu-sodo (February rebellion) and were afraid of attack from Kitakata (North) in great fear.
  608. In Rokuhara, the houses of the Taira family stood close together.
  609. In Rokujoin Village in Asakuchi County (currently Satosho town) near Kamogata station in Okayama Prefecture, which is past Fukuyama station, a man visited the Rokujoin police box to ask a policeman to find an accommodation for him.
  610. In Rome the Roman calendar which was the lunar (solar) calendar was used before the Julian calendar.
  611. In Roppongi, Tokyo Prefecture, there is a shrine 'Hisakuni-jinja Shrine' which was named so because Dokan OTA donated a sword made by Hisakuni.
  612. In Russia, a high-speed railway line project between Moscow and Saint Petersburg (the route distance: 645 km; the maximum speed: 350 km/h) is now in progress, and a group of the project members have contact with companies in Japan.
  613. In Russia, the successive defeats exacerbated popular dissatisfaction towards the Czarist regime, leading to the Bloody Sunday Incident on January 9th, 1905.
  614. In Russia, there is a type of porridge called kasha.
  615. In Russian, caviar and cod roe are also called 'ikra' however in Japan ikura refers only to salmon roe.
  616. In Russo-Japanese War in 1904, he took part in Lushun War for Capture and Battle of Mukden, belonging to the 3rd army (Japanese Army) led by Army General, Maresuke NOGI.
  617. In Russo-Japanese War that began in February, 1904, a mobilization of the 7th Shidan was determined in August for the purpose of a capture of Lushun Fortress being in unfavorable war situation.
  618. In Ryogoku Kokugikan, however, almost all the masuseki have been graded as 'excellent,' and provide people with a good view of the dohyo, but these are monopolized by 20 sumo-jaya restaurants (tea houses located within the facility) called 'sumo annai-jo' (sumo information offices).
  619. In Ryoo's dream, high priest, Mokusu Nyojo, who came from the Ming dynasty and funded the Kofuku-ji Temple, appeared and outlined the process for making a miracle medicine.
  620. In Ryotaro SHIBA's novel "Shinsengumi Keppuroku," he was depicted as a descendant of Shogen OKUNO, who dropped out of Ako Roshi (lordless samurai of Ako domain), but it is a fiction.
  621. In Ryukoku University, there is the Section of Religion that hosts events mentioned below.
  622. In Ryukyu, both men and women used to wear kanzashi and it was the sole weapon which women could use.
  623. In Sadatake ISE's "Gunreisho" (Extracts of Military Honors) there is a following description.
  624. In Sado, Uchimizu is done, regardless of seasons, in the garden adjacent to a ceremonial tea house as sanro (three watering), namely hatsumizu, nakamizu and tachimizu.
  625. In Sado, kensui is basically used as follows.
  626. In Sado, kinto is used only in chabako-demae (a outdoor tea ceremony using a chest containing all tea utensils) and is not used in an indoor tea ceremony.
  627. In Sado, powdered green tea is usually used but in the broad sense of the word, it also includes enjoying non-powdered green tea outdoors.
  628. In Saga (Kyoto City) between the Katsura-gawa River and the Tenjin-gawa River, the Nishitakase-gawa River is swollen with water but after the Kyoto flood disaster in 1935, it was modified to empty the water into the Tenjin-gawa River.
  629. In Saga Town, there were six Oaza: Kamisaga, Shimosaga, Tenryuji, Mizuo, Hara and Koshihata.
  630. In Saga War in 1874, he followed Toshimichi OKUBO, and went to Kyushu to suppress the war.
  631. In Sagami Province (Kanagawa Prefecture), the teachings of this school were spread with Myohon-ji Temple in Kamakura being the center of propagation activities.
  632. In Sagami Province, Yamato Takeru no Mikoto, deceived by a kuninomiyatsuko that there was a savage deity there, was attacked by setting fire to the plain.
  633. In Sagami-no-kuni it took the route of the present Yagurazawa-okan (National Highway 246) until the point of crossing the Tama-gawa River.
  634. In Saicho's kaicho (Certificates of Reception of Buddhist Commandments) of May 785, and in "Tado-jinguji garan engi narabini shizai cho" (literally, directory of Tado Jingu-ji Temple origins and property), he signed his name as a member of Sogo (ancient Buddhist ecclesiastical authority).
  635. In Saien-do, black Oni, blue Oni and red Oni throw a Taimatsu torch, and Bishamonten appears and drives them out.
  636. In Saiga, the power of Shugo was so small that it was described as 'There is no Shugo and it was a country governed by farmers' in "Mukashi Awamonogatari" (Tale of Old Awa Province).
  637. In Saigo's army, SHINOHARA became responsible for troop formation, KIRINO became in charge of logistics, Shinpachi MURATA in charge of supply and maintenance of arms, Yaichiro NAGAYAMA in charge of recruit training, and IKEGAMI in charge of recruiting, then, around February 12, the army was mostly prepared.
  638. In Sakai, Izumi Province (present Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture), Sokun IMAI, a son of Sokyu IMAI of a wealthy merchant, was specifically picked as a local governor by the Tokugawa family after The Siege of Osaka to become a Hatamoto, having a residence in Sakai-shukuin-cho, and issued Hatamoto-satsu.
  639. In Sakai, he studied under Shoteki ITTO of Yoshunin of Nanshu-ji Temple and was granted hogo (a Buddhist name) of Takuan in 1604.
  640. In Sakata City (Yamagata Prefecture) there are young geisha who are called Maiko, written as '舞娘,' but their costumes are different from those of Maiko in Kyoto.
  641. In Sakata City, Yamagata Prefecture, young shain geigi (geigi who are employed by organizations) are called 'maiko' (舞娘).
  642. In Sakyo Ward the independent town names which are not prefixed by broader regional names are found along the south-western border, east of Kamo-gawa River, and north and south of Nijo-dori Street.
  643. In Samurai society the technique of Kyuba had been traditionally emphasized and various styles of Kyuba were performed actively from the Kamakura Period to the Muromachi Period.
  644. In Sanbon-shobu, if the match time is up, then the contender who has earned one Ippon wins.
  645. In Sanetaka Koki, he often used the expressions '不可説' (which was written in Chinese characters as '不可説々々々') and '言語道断.'
  646. In Sanetaka's time, court nobles kept out of politics, so only a few official ceremonies were conducted by the Imperial court including New Year's Day.
  647. In Sangegyodo, they go around shumidan strewing Haze (the stuff including glutinous rice scattered on the flour of Nigatsudo hall on Shuni-e) (ricecake) to solemnize the dojo (place of Buddhist practice or meditation) prior to Keka Hoyo and adore the virtue of Kanzeon Bosatsu (the Buddhist Goddess of Mercy).
  648. In Sankin-kotai (daimyo's (feudal lord) alternate-year residence in Edo), some took this route without passing through Kyoto; at Higechaya-oiwake (Higechaya bisection) after leaving Otsu-shuku of the Tokaido, they separated from the route toward Sanjo-ohashi of Kyoto and traveled along Otsu-kaido Road to Osaka via these four stages.
  649. In Sanskrit and Pali: Bali, translation: being fastened
  650. In Sanskrit and Pali: R?hu, Rafu, in Pali: translation: 障月,執月, lunar eclipse and others.
  651. In Sanskrit, it is called 'bodhi.'
  652. In Sanskrit, it is called 'hasoma.'
  653. In Sanuki Province, Unzen met Chikuseki NAGAMACHI and deepened a friendship with him.
  654. In Sanuki, eastern Sanuki was controlled by shugodai, the Yasutomi clan.
  655. In Sanyo RAI's 'Nihon Gaishi', although he criticizes Emperor Go-Daigo, he makes a positive evaluation of his government shortly after coronation.
  656. In Sanyo provinces, a good financial turnout was expected because of heavy traffic of people and goods from ancient times.
  657. In Sanzenin Temple
  658. In Satsuma Domain, Kakaku Kojunin gumi (a group of guards whose Kakaku [family status] was Kojunin in Satsuma Domain) was formed in the Tenmei era to maintain the dignity of Kakaku Koshogumi (a group of guards whose Kakaku was Koshogumi [a family rank of lower-ranking samurais in Satsuma Domain]).
  659. In Satsuma Domain, there was shinban as a name for social standing.
  660. In Satsuma Domain, until the social ranks were organized, the samurai whose family ranks were later divided into okoshogumi and shinban (new guards) were called oban.
  661. In Satsuma biwa music, songs (narrative parts) and the instrument were played alternately while the music of the Chikuzen biwa took in the musical elements of shamisen and had a part of biwa as accompaniment for songs.
  662. In Satsuma domain, the post was called Yokome-gashira, and was placed after Karo and to Wakatoshiyori.
  663. In Sawachi-ryori (an assorted cold food served on a large plate) celebrated and commonly prepared in Kochi Prefecture and its surrounding areas, the ogura jiruko is served in a bowl as a sweet dish which is referred to as zenzai.
  664. In Scotland, a Baron is not a title of peerage, and the corresponding peerage is called 'Lord of Parliament.'
  665. In Search of the New Order
  666. In Sect Shinto including Tenrikyo and Konkokyo sect, they have their own funeral ceremonies based on Shinto Funerals in many cases.
  667. In Section 1, advice is given on delicate movements in performing Noh with the examples of Zoami.
  668. In Section 14, he gave a review on the Zeami's works in the past with the summary of "Sando."
  669. In Section 2, instructions are written on how to have the audience feel the taste and elegance with examples of the particular music pieces.
  670. In Section 20, masters of fue (Japanese flute) and kyogen (farce played during a Noh play cycle) are listed.
  671. In Section 208 of "Makura no soshi" (the Pillow Book) (Volumes 1 - 3, Japanese Classic Literature Systematic Edition), it says, 'Temples are Minamihokke-ji Temple, Kasagi-dera Temple and Horin-ji Temple (Nishikyo Ward, Kyoto City).
  672. In Seinan War of 1877, he took part in the campaign as Daitaicho (battalion chief) of the 1st Infantry Regiment of the 4th Stand-alone Brigade.
  673. In Seiryoden there was a famous 'Araumi no shoji' (sliding screens on which various images are painted including araumi (a rough sea)).
  674. In Seisui-ji Temple in Nagano Prefecture, there is a helmet crest (an important cultural property) that is believed to have been presented by Tamuramaro.
  675. In Sekien TORIYAMA's "Hyakki Tsurezure Bukuro" (The Bag of One Hundred Random Demons; the term 'hyakki' in its title is a pun on the usual hyakki, replacing the character for demon which is written as "鬼" in Japanese with a character for vessel written as "器," and sure enough, most of the yokais shown in this book are the tsukumogami), it is portrayed as an ogre who prizes a karabitsu (Chinese-style chest) open.
  676. In Sekigahara, he followed Hidetada TOKUGAWA and took part in the Siege of Ueda-jo Castle.
  677. In Sekigahara, part of Nanategumi, troops of Hideyori's bodyguards, joined the Western Camp, but both the Eastern and Western Camps fought in the cause of "For Hideyori" and, after the battle, Hideyori showed appreciation to Ieyasu as a loyal subject.
  678. In Sekigahara, while he could not take part in the actual battle because Hiroie KIKKAWA, who took Ieyasu TOKUGAWA'S side, settled down in front of him, the Western forces were annihilated.
  679. In Sekishu-guchi, OMURA lead the Choshu army (Motozumi MORI of the Kiyosue Domain was the commander), passed through the Tsuwano Domain that took a neutral position, advanced to the Hamada Domain where the younger brother of Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA was the lord of the domain, and took control of the Hamada-jo Castle on July 29 (表記の変更).
  680. In Senba Kitcho, part of the 'Kitcho' group, a series of scandals caused by mislabeled expiration dates and best before dates occurred in 2007.
  681. In Senchado, kinto is used in all styles of tea ceremonies.
  682. In Sendai City and so on, people eat somen (fine wheat noodles) on the day of tanabata.
  683. In Sendai City or Yamagata City, dondon-yaki is eaten.
  684. In Sendai City, Morioka City, and Yamagata City, etc., rod-shaped "Kurumi Yubeshi" (walnut yubeshi) and "Goma Yubeshi" (sesame yubeshi) are cut into pieces and served.
  685. In Sendai Kujihongi (Ancient Japanese History), he is identical to Amenominakanushi no Kami.
  686. In Sendai Kujihongi (Ancient Japanese History), it is described that she married Okuninushi (chief god of Izumo in southern Honshu Island, Japan, and the central character in the important cycle of myths set in that region) and gave birth to Kotoshiro nushi (a Japanese ancient god) and Takateruhime no mikoto.
  687. In Sendai Kujihongi (Ancient Japanese History), there was a description that Nigihayahi rode Amenoiwa-fune Boat and descended from heaven.
  688. In Sendai, he joined Takeaki ENOMOTO fleet, and went to Ezo.
  689. In Sengoku period (period of warring states) (Japan) it became a daimyo in the Sengoku period that had the power in and around Kinki region including Awa Province.
  690. In Senjun's later years, Sogi was his student, which led to 'Mino senku' (One Thousand Verses at Mino) and 'Osa senku' (One Thousand Verses at Osa).
  691. In Senke Jissoku (10 craftsmen for House of Sen), there is 'kamashi Seiemon ONISHI'.
  692. In Senmyo (written Imperial edict) issued at that time, believers of Sanmon school were likened to parasites in a lion.
  693. In Sennan district in Osaka Prefecture, such as Kishiwada City, you might be asked in the shop whether you want shaved ice "Kakigori or frappe" and if you choose frappe, the shaved ice will be pressed together before pouring on the syrup.
  694. In Senreisai, 'mitama utsushi no gi' (a rite for transferring spirit) is performed, whereby a Shinto priest transfers the spirit of the deceased from the body to reiji while the room is darkened so that it represents a night.
  695. In September (August in old lunar calendar) 1459, when a typhoon hit Kyoto, the Kamo-gawa River was flooded, sweeping away many houses and killing countless numbers of people.
  696. In September (in the old calendar) of 1568, Nobunaga ODA achieved making his big forces enter Kyoto, supporting Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA.
  697. In September (old old lunar calendar), Yoshitsune took the daughter of Shigeyori KAWAGOE (Sato Gozen) for his legitimate wife.
  698. In September (表記の変更), another uprising occurred in Muramatsu Domain, demanding the expulsion of village officers, and it was also suppressed by the joint operation of the domain and the new government army.
  699. In September 1091, during his term of Kogogushoku (officer for serving the Empress in household ministry), he participated in FUJIWARA no Munemichi ke uta awase (poetry contest sponsored by FUJIWARA no Munemichi).
  700. In September 1129, when the Cloistered Emperor Shirakawa died, there was a rumor that a person who called himself Yoshichika came from Kanto region and entered into Kyoto.
  701. In September 1154, she was given the title of Imperial Princess by Imperial order
  702. In September 1156, she entered Nonomiya (Field Palace).
  703. In September 1158, Yorimori was appointed to the post of Hitachi no suke for the second time and, in October, he became Mikawa no kuni no kami (Governor of Mikawa Province) by exchanging chigyo koku with FUJIWARA no Akinaga.
  704. In September 1158, the Emperor Nijo ascended the throne and the political arena was divided into two, one for the Insei (cloister government) by Goshirakawa and the other for direct administration by the Emperor Nijo.
  705. In September 1161, Shigeko gave birth to the seventh Prince (Norihito), however, there was a lot of criticism from the public about the birth of this child.' ("Hyakuren sho" (History book from the Kamakura period))
  706. In September 1161, as the plot to institute the Imperial Prince Norihito (the seventh Imperial Prince of Goshirakawa) to the Crown Prince was revealed, intervention to political affairs by the Retired Emperor Goshirakawa was suspended and direct administration by the Emperor Nijo was established.
  707. In September 1161, it was revealed that there was a conspiracy to promote Norihito (the seventh prince of Emperor Goshirakawa; later Emperor Takakura) to Prince.
  708. In September 1181, rebels broke into Echizen Province and set fires in the Ono and Sakakita regions.
  709. In September 1182, he was promoted to Naidaijin.
  710. In September 1184, Yoritomo's brother MINAMOTO no Noriyori left Kamakura to destroy the Taira family with about 1000 horse soldiers.
  711. In September 1185, when Daibutsu-den Hall (the Great Buddha hall) of Todai-ji Temple held a ceremony for consecrating the newly made great statue of Buddha by inserting the eyes (thereby investing it with a soul), he worked as one of the seven priests who read the invocation at the ceremony, and he also worked for the ceremony to consecrate Daibutsu-den Hall as the officiating priest in 1203.
  712. In September 1197 (July 1197 under the old lunar calendar), the plan of Ohime's entrance into the court ended unsuccessful, with the death of Ohime.
  713. In September 12, 703, TAKATA no Obito Niinomi, Shorokuinojo (Senior Sixth Rank, Upper Grade) was awarded Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) for his contributions made in the year of Jinshin (Mizunoe-Saru, one of the Oriental Zodiac).
  714. In September 1203, Asatsune was replaced by Yoshimura MIURA for Tosa no kuni no kami in Tosa Province.
  715. In September 1203, Yoriie became seriously ill.
  716. In September 1205, Honen was afflicted with ague (an intermittent fever), and it is said that Seikaku performed an esoteric incantation on his behalf at that time.
  717. In September 1228, he passed away.
  718. In September 1261, she was formally installed as chugu.
  719. In September 1271, when envoys from the Yuan Dynasty, including Chao Liang-pi, brought a letter ordering Japan to become its subject, bakufu submitted it to the Imperial Court.
  720. In September 1289, Kameyama became a priest at Nanzen-ji Temple and also became the cloistered emperor.
  721. In September 1289, he was dismissed as Shogun and sent back to Kyoto because the Hojo clan, who controlled the Shogunate, wanted to make Imperial Prince Hisaaki (the son of Retired Emperor Gofukakusa) the next Shogun.
  722. In September 1354, became the shugo (military governor) of Wakasa Province (former name of south west area of Fukui Prefecture) as well as assuming the roles of Hyojoshu (a member of Council of State) and Hikitsuke tonin (chairman of the court of justice).
  723. In September 1361 whilst Kiyouji was absent, the Shogun Yoshiakira received permission from Emperor Gokogon to hunt down and kill Kiyouji, and Kiyouji made good an escape to Wakasa Province together with his younger brothers Yorikazu and Nobuuji.
  724. In September 14, 1369, he passed away (died).
  725. In September 1459, the Battle of Choroku ended, giving victory to the Choji faction.
  726. In September 1460, Yoshihiro fled to Kawachi and Masanaga became head of the family.
  727. In September 1461, he was deprived of the reigns of the family and shugoshiki (military of governor).
  728. In September 1477, Yoshihiro moved into Kawachi in order to defeat Masanaga, bringing Kawachi under his control after driving away the Yusa clan.
  729. In September 1485, Yoshitoshi resigned from politics and became a monk, taking the name of Dokai.
  730. In September 1518, Yoshioki OUCHI returned to Suo and, in 1519, Sumimoto and Yukinaga attacked Settsu.
  731. In September 1530, the allied forces between Takakuni and Uragami invaded Settsu Province, and that being so, the situation had become against the Sakaikubo group represented by Rokuro (Harumoto).
  732. In September 1540, Kagetaka ASAKURA went to the capital.
  733. In September 1549, he was granted an audience with the feudal lord of the Satsuma Domain, Takahisa SHIMAZU at Ichiuji-jo Castle in Ijuin, and obtained permission to preach.
  734. In September 1561, after returning to their own Province, Masatora UESUGI led 13,000 soldiers and departed for the front at Kawanakajima (the fourth Battle of Kawanakajima).
  735. In September 1562, he came back to Kyoto.
  736. In September 1573 Nobunaga attacked Kitaomi again, leading 30,000 troops.
  737. In September 1573, he ordered Yusai HOSOKAWA to subjugate Tomomichi IWANARI who was one of the Miyoshi sanninshu barricaded at the Yodo kojo Castle (the Second Battle of Yodokojo).
  738. In September 1575, Nobunaga ODA appointed Katsuie SHIBATA as the head of army corps in Hokuriku-do Road after he conquered the Echizen Province.
  739. In September 1575, however, Mori forces captured Kisaichi-jo Castle, which resulted in the surender of the Yokoji brothers, Hisayori MORIWAKI, Oinosuke USHIO, and other members of the Amago Remnant Corps who had long been in the service of the Amago clan, to the Mori clan.
  740. In September 1580, Nobunaga sent a letter of chastisement to Nobumori SAKUMA, a hereditary senior vassal, and his legitimate son Masakatsu SAKUMA, and exiled them because of their failure at the battle of Hongan-ji Temple.
  741. In September 1586, a riot broke out in the mountain area from Kumano and Sanjigo (山地郷) of Hidaka County (present Ryujin-mura, Tanabe City) and was suppressed by Heisuke YOSHIKAWA and so on.
  742. In September 1598, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI died.
  743. In September 1598, upon the death of Hideyoshi, he followed his opposition policy against the Bunchi faction including Mitsunari and approached Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, one of Council of Five Elders, and married the adopted daughter of Ieyasu (daughter of Masanao HOSHINA).
  744. In September 16, The nine warships of Four countries, England, France, America and Holland, arrived and stayed at Hyogo-oki offing to try to open Hyogo port.
  745. In September 1604, 50,000 koku was increased.
  746. In September 1609, he was granted Ozu Domain in Iyo no Kuni, bringing his worth to 53,500 koku.
  747. In September 1619, he transferred to Komuro Domain in Omi Province (present-day Shiga Prefecture) and was appointed as Bugyo of Omi Province in August 1622.
  748. In September 1639, he was adopted by his uncle Tadayoshi.
  749. In September 1642, he married Tomiko, a daughter of Toshitsune MAEDA, but they couldn't produce an heir, so, he adopted Imperial Prince Yasuhito who was the thirteenth son of Emperor Gomizunoo in 1654.
  750. In September 1651, he assumed the position of chief priest of Myoshin-ji Temple at the age of 50, and was given a shie (purple canonical robe).
  751. In September 1662, he first went to Kyoto as an envoy of the gozonmon built by Ouchi Sento Imperial Palace, and was granted an audience with Emperor Gosai.
  752. In September 1669, he was ordered to change his territory with additonal properties of 5,000 koku, totalling 32,000 koku, into the Fukuchiyama Domain in Tanba Province.
  753. In September 1712, he resigned as Sessho.
  754. In September 1741, he celebrated his coming of age (Genpuku) and was appointed as Gon Dainagon (provisional chief councilor of state).
  755. In September 1781, he died of poisoning by mushrooms, which he thought were matsutake, when he visited Shorenin-no-miya.
  756. In September 1797, he was given the title of Imperial Prince.
  757. In September 1800 after he came back to Hiroshima, he suddenly attempted to flee the domain and went to Kyoto to hide himself in his dissolute mate Shinkuro FUKUI's house (who later became an official physician to the lord, also known as Susumu FUKUI).
  758. In September 1810, the prince became the head of the Kyogoku-no-miya famly under the order of his father, the Emperor Kokaku, and was granted Miyago (reigning name) of Katsura-no-miya.
  759. In September 1823, he was appointed as the Ukeyaku again.
  760. In September 1826, he was appointed as Toritsugiyaku (liaison).
  761. In September 1855, he was given a criminal sentence to be pilloried at a place to pillory a criminal in the castle town of Kochi-jo Castle, and was expelled from the province.
  762. In September 1858, Montblanc first came to Japan accompanying Baron Gros, who was dispatched to the Qing dynasty as French ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary.
  763. In September 1861, he joined the nojiai (game) as the Red Army for Isami KONDO to announce the appointment of the fourth head of Tennenrishinryu.
  764. In September 1863, KONDO, HIJIKATA and other members of Shiei-kan Party purged SERIZAWA and other Mito Party members, gained control of Shinsen-gumi, and established an organizational structure headed by KONDO.
  765. In September 1864, the Edo bakufu, misinterpreting the post Kinmon Incident situations, brought the system back to the original form, but many domains did not follow the bakufu's policy.
  766. In September 1869, he was appointed to Senior Director of Minbusho (Ministry of Popular Affairs).
  767. In September 1870 Taguchi passed the sixth class exam at the officer academy and in January 1871 received an official appointment to study medicine at Shizuoka Hospital.
  768. In September 1870, she moved to Tokyo in accordance with the transfer of the capital.
  769. In September 1871, the Japan-Qing Treaty of Friendship with trade regulations was signed by Li Hung Chang, Governor General of Zhili.
  770. In September 1872 Heinai became a "daisakan" (another lower-level official), in October 1873 a "nanato" (higher than hatto) to the Hokkaido Development Commission and in August 8, 1875, he became Development executive.
  771. In September 1872, Takeshiro was transferred to the Office of Hokkaido Development Commission and served as an officer of the eighth grade.
  772. In September 1872, a decision was made to have only the Department of Divinities perform religious missions, and the Hasshin-den was transferred from the Department of Divinities to the Imperial Court, while the souls of successive Emperors were transferred to the shrine of imperial ancestors in the Imperial Court.
  773. In September 1872, he retired.
  774. In September 1875, a proposition of suspension of issue by Shuhei MITSUKURI and Fukuzawa finally triggered the suspension of issue after the 43rd issue.
  775. In September 1875, he assumed the position as Chairman of Penal Code compilation.
  776. In September 1876, the Hiragana-e-iri Shinbun was renamed to Tokyo-e-iri Shinbun and became daily.
  777. In September 1878 he participated in the establishment of United Christ in Japan, Hongo (Presbyterianism) and was elected to the office of elders.
  778. In September 1878, Matsuki appealed to the High Court.
  779. In September 1879, Kagenori was appointed to Goyogakari for investigating treaty revision.
  780. In September 1882, he succeeded to the seventh Tosshi SAWAMURA after the fourth Takasuke SUKEDAKAYA (later second Tossho SAWAMURA) adopted him for recognizing his artistic talent.
  781. In September 1883, a settlement was established with an area of about 23,100m?.
  782. In September 1883, entered Daiichi High School (the first old-education-system high school)
  783. In September 1884, he enrolled in the preparatory school for the University of Tokyo, which later became Daiichi Koto Chugakko.
  784. In September 1887, a joint mass meeting of the former Liberal Party and the Constitutional Progressive Party called 'Daido Danketsu Taikai' was held at Ibumuraro (a big restaurant) in Asakusa.
  785. In September 1890, he became an imperial nominee to the House of Peers.
  786. In September 1897, he had experience of serving as member of the final examination committee for probationary reservist; and on October 25 of the same year, he was transferred to the 46th Infantry Regiment of Omura (in Nagasaki Prefecture).
  787. In September 1898, he moved to the Koyasu village in Kanagawa Prefecture to recuperate.
  788. In September 1898, we became third graders.
  789. In September 1904, she published a poem "Kimi Shinitamou koto nakare" (Thou Shalt Not Die) in "Myojo."
  790. In September 1904, she wrote the poem "Kimi Shinitamou koto nakare" (Thou Shalt Not Die) in Myojo on lamenting her younger brother who was recruited half a year ago and sent to the Siege of Port Arthur.
  791. In September 1907, he advanced to the rank of viscount, and from September 1911, he also served as Military Councilor.
  792. In September 1911, Kojuro NAKAGAWA, far from the capital, had been smoothly promoted to 2nd senior official and then to imperial appointee, and practically reached the top as civilian personnel.
  793. In September 1911, he succeeded to the name, Kigan ICHIKAWA (the fifth) and became a chief actor.
  794. In September 1912, he underwent reoperation of hemorrhoids.
  795. In September 1912, using his family's money, he published a play and art magazine "Toride" which was greatly affected by Gordon CRAIG, Max Reinhardt and Maeterlinck, etc.
  796. In September 1914, he became bedridden for gastric ulcer for the fourth time.
  797. In September 1926, a star actor of the time named Tsumasaburo BANDO signed an agreement with Universal Pictures Co., Ltd of the U.S., under which Bando Tsumasaburo Productions (Bantsuma Puro) was to produce films for Universal.
  798. In September 1931, 'Tokatsu Eigasha' was established as a company which was supposed to produce films on the company's behalf.
  799. In September 1933, based on requests from the national meeting of Hanshi (the top rank) and Kyoshi (prestigious title) held in May of that year, a 'kyudo kata (shooting form) research committee' was formed by famous Kyudo-ka, who were called from all over the country by the chairman of Butoku Kai, Soroku SUZUKI.
  800. In September 1934: The Muroto Typhoon partially destroyed the biological experiment laboratory.
  801. In September 1940 the Japanese Imperial Navy advanced into Indochina according to an agreement with France.
  802. In September 1950, the next year, Typhoon Jane hit the area, bringing stormy wind comparable to that of Typhoon Muroto, with many trees fallen due to the wind.
  803. In September 1953, shortly after that, Typhoon 13 in 1953 hit the area.
  804. In September 1954, Benzo was enshrined together in Hokkaido Kaitaku-jinja Shrine.
  805. In September 1957, he collapsed on stage at the Kabuki-za Theater during a performance of "Kanzan Jittoku"; this would prove to be his last performance before his death four years later.
  806. In September 1959, he was promoted and became the director of "Fugakuhicho" (The Secret Story of Mt. Fuji).
  807. In September 1969, the first All Japan Charted Contest, hosted by the JKF, was held at the Nippon Budokan under the traditional-style (sundome) rules.
  808. In September 1972, he succeeded to the name, Tomijuro NAKAMURA V, performing as Higuchi in "Sakaro" and "Musume Dojoji" (The Maiden at Dojo-ji temple) at Kabukiza theater.
  809. In September 1996, JNR Series 103 retired from the Katamachi Line (the Series 103 on Katamachi Line came to belong to the Osaka Loop Line, Yamatoji Line, Nara Line, and Hanwa Line and later some of them were transferred to the Bantan Line as number 3500s).
  810. In September 1997, with the opening of the Kyoto Station building, the revision was made based on the possible increase of passengers, and the Takatsuki-Kobe route--which was extended to cover the section between Kyoto and Takatsuki--allowed passengers to use two trains in 15 minutes at every station on the Kyoto Line.
  811. In September 2006, the male Imperial member, Imperial Prince Akishinonomiya Hisahito was born for the first time in forty one years, however the issue of the shortage of male Imperial members was yet unsolved, the Imperial succession problem still remains the same.
  812. In September 2007 there was an overhaul of routes and fares etc. that had been in place until then.
  813. In September 2007, each station on the Arashiyama Main Line, except for Shijo-Omiya Station, Nishioji-Sanjo Station and Yamanouchi Station, was posted with a panel.
  814. In September 2007, he was named Knight Commander of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth II for his contributions to the improvement of the investment environment for the pharmaceutical industry in Britain.
  815. In September 2008, Sukiya surpassed the oldest chain Yoshinoya and became the industry-leading in the number of outlets.
  816. In September 2008, the number of outlets of Sukiya exceeded that of Yoshinoya which had long occupied first place in the industry in terms of the number of outlets.
  817. In September 24, 456, Emperor Anko was assassinated by Mayowa no Okimi, a child by Nakashihime's former marriage.
  818. In September 28, 1878, the Emperor Meiji headed a tour from Echigo (present Niigata Prefecture) to Ecchu (present Toyama Prefecture) for inspecting people's life in the Hokuriku region accompanied by the literary and military government officials including Tomomi IWAKURA, Minister of the Right, and Shigenobu OKUMA, the head councilor.
  819. In September 3 B.C., he dedicated weapons to shrines, established shrine parishes and chose families (called "jinko" or "kanbe" in Japanese) in these parishes to provide services for the shrines.
  820. In September 456, the Emperor Anko was assassinated by Prince Mayowa, but he had chosen Prince Oshiha as his successor and would pass on the Imperial Throne to Prince Oshiha.
  821. In September 479, the Emperor died of an illness.
  822. In September 6, 1174, he rose to the rank of Jusanmi and retained his position as Ukonoe no chujo.
  823. In September 6, 1499, a Buddhist memorial service for the 32nd anniversary of the death of Mochitomo, his father, was performed and Mochitomo's three sons (Takahira UESUGI, Bonju SHUKUHO, and Tomomasa) were alive at that time.
  824. In September 665, a castle was built in Nagato Province.
  825. In September 686, Joshi KOKUSHI, with his more than 200 soldiers, soundly defeated the East Tokketsu army of more than 3000 soldiers.
  826. In September 686, when Emperor Tenmu passed away, his friend, Prince Kawashima, informed on him on October 27, within a month of Emperor's death, so he was captured on a charge of treason, and killed at his residence at Osada in Iware the following day.
  827. In September 690, Koin no Nenjaku was established under the Code of Households.
  828. In September 7, 1702, Tadashige AOYAMA from the Hamamatsu Domain in Totomi Province took over Kameyama with assigned revenues of 50,000 koku, but the family did not stay long, the third lord, Tadatomo AOYAMA being transferred to the Sasayama Domain in Tanba Province.
  829. In September 702, the Imperial court assembled weapons in Dazai-fu (local government office in Kyushu region) and sent troops to southern Kyushu at the same time as it established Hayahito Province (later Satsuma Province) for the purpose of reinforcing the ruling system in the area.
  830. In September 715, sato was turned into go and go was divided into a few sato.
  831. In September 741, the areas for Sakyo (Left Capital) and Ukyo (Right Capital) were designated, and in November of the same year, the official name 'Yamato no kuni no omiya' was decided upon and the Palace was built.
  832. In September 757, two months after the revolt of TACHIBANA no Naramaro, her family (including her younger sister Matsuga) changed the name TACHIBANA to HIROOKA no Ason.
  833. In September 758, he rose to the official rank of Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) (at this time, his name, 'Mitate' was recorded).
  834. In September 761, he was promoted to the official rank of Shoshiinojo (Senior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade).
  835. In September 796, two Kanjin Zonin (lower-ranking government official) were added.
  836. In September 8, 1485, Shukyu BANRI, a poet in the Muromachi period stopped at Toshinobu's residence in Kiyosu-jo Castle in Kasugai County, Owari Province on his way to visit Dokan OTA in Edo-jo Castle and wrote a poem, watching inuoumono (dog-hunting event) with Toshinobu's permission.
  837. In September 809 (old calendar), he was given the Shihon (the fourth (lowest) Imperial princes' rank)
  838. In September 810 (old calendar), he became Dazai no gon no sochi.
  839. In September 823, he was posted to Jiju (Chamberlain).
  840. In September 851, she entered the Nonomiya (Field Palace).
  841. In September 873, after her father Yoshitada's death, she went to her birthplace Inabe County, Ise Province as the representative of the clan in order to offer hohei (a wand with hemp and paper streams) to ujigami (the local Shinto deity).
  842. In September 890, she entered Nonomiya (Field Palace).
  843. In September 929, he was transferred to Ukyoryo.
  844. In September 930, she was given the title of imperial princess, and she went through Mogi (coming-of-age ceremony for girls) at Nishi Sanjo-tei residence in September 938.
  845. In September 933, she went down to Ise Province.
  846. In September 966, he participated in Sanjosadaijin FUJIWARA no Yoritada senzai-awase (a poetry match held by FUJIWARA no Yoritada).
  847. In September 984, when Emperor Enyu abdicated the throne to Emperor Kazan, Michitaka was conferred Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and appointed to attend Imperial Prince Yasuhito (also known as Kanehito) who had become togu (the Crown Prince, also referred to as kotaishi) as Togu Gon no daibu (Provisional Master of the Crown Prince's Quarters).
  848. In September 984, when Emperor Kazan ascended the throne, Michikane became kurodo no sashoben (Court Rank, caring food, clothe and house of Emperor).
  849. In September Yoritomo who had his political base at Kamakura, secretly asked to obtain the right to rule the eastern countries, Yoshinaka was isolated in Kyoto.
  850. In September after returning to Japan, he was raised to Viscount and became a kobieki in March after serving as a Gunji Sangi (councilor of military affairs).
  851. In September and October 1573, he fought in the Battle of Tonezaka against the Asakura clan, and even though his face was seriously injured, he killed the enemy warrior Tameyuki MITAZAKI..
  852. In September and October Emperor Takakura visited the Palace of Hoju-ji Temple and paid respects to Shigeko.
  853. In September and October, Masayuki, who had left the umbrella of Hojo as a result of the peace made between Hojo and Uesugi, gave his support to Nobushige, and Ieyasu enhanced his military power by having Masatada SONE assist Nobushige and Masayuki.
  854. In September and October, Noritoshi INOKUMA hiding in Hyuga Province was caught and taken under guard to Kyoto.
  855. In September he went to the Tohoku region to study, and there associated with Shozan SAKUMA and Shonan YOKOI..
  856. In September in 663, he attacked the Suigun (warriors battle in the sea) of Wa (Japan) which supported the remnants of Kudara, winning a great victory, burning out more than 400 warships (Battle of Hakusukinoe).
  857. In September in the same year, Kyoto City Assembly elected Kojuro NAKAGAWA as the first candidate for mayor of Kyoto City, while he was staying in Taiwan.
  858. In September in the same year, a new publishing ordinance was promulgated and the change-seal system was abolished.
  859. In September of 1182, Masako gave birth to a boy who was named Manju.
  860. In September of 1518, when threatening movements began showing in the Amago clan of Izumo Province and the Takeda clan of Aki Province, Yoshioki OUCHI returned home to Suo Province (modern day Yamaguchi Prefecture) due to the local lords under his command defecting one after another.
  861. In September of 1801, Hachibei KAWACHIYA, a publisher from a Minami-Kyuhoji Temple in Osaka filed the book 'Horsemanship' by Tokei MATSUKURA, which was banned due to debasement of morals.
  862. In September of 1869 Yoshinobu's disciplinary confinement was lifted as a result of the end of Boshin War.
  863. In September of 1871, the central state council presented the following plan to the council of the Left for investigations there: Classifying kazoku into these five ranks, "Joko" "Ko" "Ako" "Jokei" and "Kei."
  864. In September of 1872, Yoshimoto HANABUSA came to Korea by the ship named Kasugamaru to interchange with the Tsushima clan, so Korea considered Japan a target under Eisei Sekija (Korea's foreign policy during this period to respect the justice and exclude the evil; in this case Japan was regarded as evil) as well as Western Europe.
  865. In September of 1874 he established the First Presbeterian Church of Yokohama (present Yokohama Shiloh Church).
  866. In September of 1925, he assumed his position as the 24th Hoshu as a successor to his father, Shonyo, who stepped down in order to take responsibility for financial problems.
  867. In September of 1929, fifty days after Shozo Makino's death on July 25, a new administration was announced with Makino's oldest son Masahiro Makino at the head.
  868. In September of 939, he was awarded the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in the Imperial Household Ministry, but died on October 31 of the same year at the age of 71.
  869. In September of that year, the Imperial Court summoned MINAMOTO no Mamoru, Masakado and TAIRA no Maki in response to Mamoru's appeal.
  870. In September of the next year, he had an exhibition match at the Okunitama-jinja Shrine in Fuchu City, Tokyo, to announce his succession as the fourth head of the Tennenrishin-ryu school fencing originator family, and as he officially became the successor of the family, he became heavily responsible for it.
  871. In September of the same year it was renamed as the Doshisha Girls' School.
  872. In September of the same year, "Ningen Document" (Human Document), produced by the Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK), aired the production activity of that studio as 'Skill and Heart of Heisei period Busshi challenging Daibutsu' (Great Buddhist Statue).
  873. In September of the same year, Eitoku became ill during the creation of the ceiling painting Tofuku-ji Hatto (Dharma Hall of Tofuku-ji Temple), and passed away shortly thereafter.
  874. In September of the same year, Emperor Bidatsu died and at his funeral ceremony, Sakau read a eulogy, 'To prevent the devastation of the Imperial Court, I will serve as if I were a mirror which is purified to govern peacefully,' and gathered the Hayato (an ancient tribe in Kyushu) and guarded Mogarimiya.
  875. In September of the same year, Imperial Prince Toneri announced the investiture of the Empress Komyo, who came from the Fujiwara clan to cooperate in the establishment of the administration of four brothers of Fujiwara clan.
  876. In September of the same year, Nobuhiro OI was backed by Kagetora, and caused a rebellion.
  877. In September of the same year, Sadakatsu's mother Odai no kata died in Fushimi-jo Castle.
  878. In September of the same year, Shigezane, who was accompanied by none, went to see Emishi along with Dewa go no jo (the third officer of provincial government of Dewa) FUNYA no Arifusa and received the rebel's offer of surrender.
  879. In September of the same year, Yoshinaka's forces left by Sanyo-do Road to attack the Taira clan, but Yoshinaka's forces lost to the Taira clan forces led by TAIRA no Shigehira at Mizushima in Bichu Province (the Battle of Mizushima) in October.
  880. In September of the same year, having served Ryoto Defensive Force Commander, he assumed the post of Educational Director General, one of the three director generals in the Army.
  881. In September of the same year, he became Chugu Shoyu (Junior Assistant Minister of Empress).
  882. In September of the same year, he built and opened 'Tojiin Studio' in the same location.
  883. In September of the same year, he came back to Japan.
  884. In September of the same year, he defeated Fujiyori OMORI at Odawara City in the Province of Sugami, and captured Odawara-jo Castle.
  885. In September of the same year, he died at the age of 83.
  886. In September of the same year, he dismissed Nagaharu OGASAWARA of the Hazu-Ogasawara clan from the position of Wakasa no kuni shugodai (provincial governor of Wakasa Province).
  887. In September of the same year, he fell from a horse on the way to Kyoto to see Kodaiin who was in terms with him.
  888. In September of the same year, he formed the Mitate party with Ichinoshin ODA and Yajiro SHINAGAWA, fighting hard in the Shimonoseki War as Assitant Deputy General, however, the Choshu Domain was defeated.
  889. In September of the same year, he was appointed as a member of the House of Peers.
  890. In September of the same year, he was appointed as art examiner, and assumed office as chief examiner of the Western Historical Painting Department of the 1st Kanten (the Japan Fine Arts Exhibition, originally called Bunten).
  891. In September of the same year, he was appointed to civil engineering office of Tokyo Prefecture.
  892. In September of the same year, he was assigned to receive the castellany in association with the maladministration of Norimichi INABA, the lord of the neighboring Fukuchiyama Domain in Tanba Province.
  893. In September of the same year, he was called on by the Konminto Party and nominated for the party leader.
  894. In September of the same year, he was engaged in Hosso at Aizen-in Temple, and in September of the next year he was engaged in Shojo (Hinayana).
  895. In September of the same year, she moved to Kikuzaka, Hongo (Bunkyo Ward, Tokyo Prefecture) and, along with her mother and younger sister, was obliged to live a hard life doing needlework and araihari (washing, stretching and drying various parts of kimono).
  896. In September of the same year, the Naval Engineering College responsible for bringing up Navy Engineering Officers in Yokosuka City, was hit by The Great Kanto Earthquake.
  897. In September of the same year, the Seinan War was over and in November, he was awarded the Order of Second Class for his distinguished war service.
  898. In September of the same year, the company established 'Japan Moving Picture Co., Ltd.' (Nikkatsu) as a result of consolidation of four companies including Fukuhodo, Yoshizawa Shoten, and M. Pathe Company.
  899. In September of the same year, the frustrated imperial court recalled TAIRA no Naokata and appointed MINAMOTO no Yorinobu, Kai no kuni no Kami (officer in charge of regional administration in Kai) as tsuitoshi and ordered suppression of Tadatsune.
  900. In September of the same year, with the enactment of Myojihissho (law requiring last names), he decided to use the name Otani.
  901. In September of this year, Nobunaga carried out a punitive expedition to the Miyoshi clan.
  902. In September the Bunsho political change occurred and caused the Yoshimasa faction to lose its position, when it was rumored that Yoshimi was contemplating a coup d'?tat; however, Yoshimi pleaded his innocence to Katsumoto, and Sadachika ISE, who was the husband of Yoshihisa's wet nurse, was tried for slander.
  903. In September the Mori army besieged Gassan Toda-jo Castle once more, and engaged in a war of attrition.
  904. In September the name of the era changed to Daiei.
  905. In September the same year, Yoshinobu was confined to Toko-ji Temple in Kofu, forcefully made to divorce Yoshimoto's daughter, and disinherited.
  906. In September the year before, the envoys from Bokkai washed ashore in Ezochi (inhabited area of Ainu); 16 people including the ambassador Ko Jingi were attacked and killed by the Ezo (the Ainu people), and 8 others including the chieftain Ko Seitoku survived and reached Dewa Province, asking for help.
  907. In September they were attacked by neighboring domain and, being greatly outnumbered, they were defeated at various places and were annihilated on September 27.
  908. In September, 1000, she received a senge (Imperial proclamation) that she was a nyogo.
  909. In September, 1008, 10 years after entering the Imperial Court, Shoshi/Akiko gave birth to a prince, Emperor Go-Ichijo, at Michinaga's Tsuchimikado mansion, and in the following year, Emperor Go-Suzaku was also born.
  910. In September, 1161, a conspiracy to make the prince born of Goshirakawa and Kenshunmonin, (Imperial Prince Norihito), become the crown prince was revealed.
  911. In September, 1203, when the Conspiracy of Yoshikazu HIKI occurred, the Hiki family went to ruin by large army of Yoshitoki HOJO, Tomomune's son-in-law, however, there isn't the name of Tomomune in the name list of the deceased family members.
  912. In September, 1289, he became the Seii Taishogun when the previous Shogun, Imperial Prince Koreyasu was sent back to Kyoto.
  913. In September, 1291, she was given the permission to use the title of nyoin.
  914. In September, 1324, the plan to overthrow the Kamakura bakufu by the Emperor Godaigo was revealed and the court nobles who participated in the plan were punished by Rokuharatandai (the inspector).
  915. In September, 1332, he went to the capital (Kyoto).
  916. In September, 1346, Naouji ISSHIKI left the capital and went to Kyushu, and there he was appointed to Kyushu Tandai, so he succeeded his father, Noriuji's position.
  917. In September, 1496, he constructed Ishiyama-gobo Temple on the grounds of Ishiyama. Osaka, and used it as his residence.
  918. In September, 1547, Nobuhide ODA set off a large-scale attack against Toshimasa (Dosan) at Inabayama-jo Castle, but Toshimasa (Dosan) shut off the Castle completely and drove the ODA army to the brink of destruction. (Battle of Kanoguchi).
  919. In September, 1571 Nobunaga ODA ordered Mitsuhide AKECHI, who had been the lord of Usayama-jo Castle, to govern Shiga County and to build Sakamoto-jo Castle.
  920. In September, 1590, he was given 3,000 koku of Kominami in Shimousa Province (presently Tonosho-machi, Chiba Prefecture).
  921. In September, 1591, Hideyoshi issued an order for the dispatch of troops to Korea, and the construction of Nagoya-jo Castle was started.
  922. In September, 1598, when Hideyoshi died, Hidehisa, who was on intimate terms with Ieyasu, soon became even more intimately related with the Tokugawa clan.
  923. In September, 1785, he ordered Baigai TOTOKI, jukan (official under Confucianism), to establish hanko Bunreikan (domain school, Bunreikan) and Confucius's Mausoleum.
  924. In September, 1794, he received Jurokuinoge (Junior Sixth Rank, Lower Grade).
  925. In September, 1838, he was born to Hachiro TANAKA.
  926. In September, 1861, the third brother Ryuan returned to secular life from his post as Omote Chabozu (a tea-server who takes care of a Daimyo) and was named Shingo.
  927. In September, 1867, his rank was changed to Naidaijin.
  928. In September, 1869, School of Western Learning was founded.
  929. In September, 1870, there was a chance for officials, non-employees and the peerage to say celebration to higher people.
  930. In September, 1871, he built Higashi Hongan-ji Kansatsu (temple) as the missionary base on the site.
  931. In September, 1872, 'Yanaginoya soubetsu shoga tenrankai' (Yanaginoya farewell calligraphy and paintings exhibition) was held in Ina-mura and 113 people came to see it.
  932. In September, 1875, the Meiji government supplied cash currency to each region, in the amount equal to 3 years worth of roku-type reward distributed in rice (Kinroku).
  933. In September, 1876, he served concurrently as a butler for the Tamazato-shimazu family.
  934. In September, 1876, he wrote 'Kiku eishujo', while he was taken care of by Kikuen KARAKI in Ina-cho.
  935. In September, 1891, he was enshrined together in Yasukuni-jinja Shrine, and in December he was posthumously conferred the rank of Jushii (Junior Fourth Rank).
  936. In September, 1895, the Ordinance of High School was proclaimed, and Third Advanced Junior High School was transformed into Third High School.
  937. In September, 1897, the College of Science and Engineering opened as one of its Colleges within the premises of Kyoto Imperial University.
  938. In September, 1898, he became Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  939. In September, 1899, Colleges of Law and Medicine opened.
  940. In September, 1902, Tokyo Senmon Gakko became Waseda University, and he became the president of Waseda University.
  941. In September, 1906, the College of Letters opened.
  942. In September, 1907 he was bestowed baronage.
  943. In September, 1907 his rank advanced to Viscount, and in 1908 he assumed office as General Office Director of Education, one of three directors of Japanese Army.
  944. In September, 1945, the diameter of the dohyo was changed to 4.84m (16 shaku).
  945. In September, 1946, the Research Institute for Food Science was established.
  946. In September, 2006, the Center for Women Researchers was established.
  947. In September, 403, the Emperor placed secretaries called Fumihito in every province and let them report situations in the provinces.
  948. In September, 413, a doctor was invited from Silla (ancient Korean kingdom) to treat illness of the Emperor.
  949. In September, 479, Emperor Yuryaku demised.
  950. In September, 493, he dispatched HITAKA no Kishi to Koma (Goguryeo) and invited manufacturers of handicrafts, for example, master tanners.
  951. In September, 498, the Emperor died.
  952. In September, 585, when Emperor Bidatsu passed away with his funeral ceremony held in Hinkyu (funeral parlor), Prince Anahobe was eager to reign the whole country and said resentfully: 'I don't understand why you obey the dead king and not the living one.'
  953. In September, 740, Dazai no sochi (Governor-General of the Dazai-fu Offices) FUJIWARA no Hirotsugu raised an army in Kyushu.
  954. In September, 750, Kiyokawa was appointed as Kento-taishi (commander-in-chief of the Japanese envoy to Tang Dynasty China).
  955. In September, 764, Nakamaro gained the position of Totoku shikinai sangen omi tanba harima to koku hyojishi (Governor general; four provinces close to the capital: Yamato, Yamashiro, Setsu, Kawachi; three major barrier stations; Omi Province; Tanba Province; Harima Province; and other provinces; military chief), and held the military power for a planned rebellion.
  956. In September, 764, Nakamaro who had lost the backing of Empress Dowager Komyo, raised an army (FUJIWARA no Nakamaro's War) but was defeated, which triggered the second enthronement of Retired Empress Koken to become Emperor Shotoku who expelled Emperor Junnin in October of the same year
  957. In September, Hidesada HAYASHI and Katsuie SHIBATA, both senior retainers of the Oda clan, and others rebelled against Nobunaga and switched their allegiance to Nobuyuki ODA; during the Battle of Inou, Yoshinari was very active, leading a furious assault on Hayashi's forces.
  958. In September, Ieyasu's troop started Edo-jo Castle and arrived in Mino Province.
  959. In September, Iwarehikono Mikoto climbed Mt. Takakura and saw the army of Yasotakeru and Eshiki were overflowing.
  960. In September, Mount Kasagi fell (the battle of Mount Kasagi), and subsequently Yoshino fell.
  961. In September, Norimori, an elder brother of Yorimori's who held a lower rank than him was appointed as Sangi, becoming the fifth member of Kugyo from the Taira clan.
  962. In September, Noriyori left Kamakura for an expedition through the Chugoku Region to Kyushu to subjugate the Taira clan.
  963. In September, TAIRA no Munemori, a younger brother of Shigemori, was promoted to Sangi, becoming the forth member of the Taira clan to join the ranks of Kugyo.
  964. In September, Takaosan-ji Temple became a Jogaku-ji temple (one of the temples next to national temples in rank), where 14 Shingon priests resided, and became entitled to accept a nenbundo-sha (approved people who enter the Buddhist priesthood) every year.
  965. In September, Tenshin OKAKURA died.
  966. In September, Ukifune implored sozu who accidentally returned from Mt. Hiei at the time and became a nun while imotoama was absent from home for Hatsusemode.
  967. In September, Yoriie suffered a sudden illness and fell critically ill in the middle of October.
  968. In September, Yorimori was appointed to the post of dazai daini (senior assistant governor-general of Government Headquarters in Kyushu), and on September 30, he was awarded the court rank of Jusanmi, thereby becoming the third member of the Taira clan to join the ranks of Kugyo.
  969. In September, Yoshikane gathered his army again, but Masakado ambushed and defeated them.
  970. In September, Yoshinaka's troops were severely defeated by the troops of the Taira family in the Battle of Mizushima in Bizen Province, and Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa forsook him.
  971. In September, a combined fleet of warships from four nations ? England, France, the United States of America and the Netherlands ? attacked Shimonoseki and occupied the gun battery there.
  972. In September, a coup d'etat by Moronao led to Tadayoshi's fall from power, and Tadafuyu attempted to march on the capital, but his advance was blocked by Norimura AKAMATSU (Enshin) in Harima Province.
  973. In September, advancing troops of kaisei, the commander of Ming and Nagamasa KURODA's army had an encounter in Cheonan City and both retreated.
  974. In September, capital was increased to twenty million yen and the Daiei No. 2 studio became the Toyoko Movie Studio, commencing movie production by people from the former Manchuria Film Association.
  975. In September, he advanced to the rank of viscount.
  976. In September, he arrived back in Japan (Yokohama Port).
  977. In September, he arrived in present day Ningbo.
  978. In September, he assumed the office of First Principal of the Japan Art Academy.
  979. In September, he became a professor of Tokyo Gaikokugo Gakko (the Tokyo School of Foreign languages).
  980. In September, he began to put his serial novel 'The Wild Geese' in "Subaru."
  981. In September, he demanded postponement of the Conscription Ordinance implemented during his travels to study, submitting a report (on education in foreign countries), which indicated 'soldiers are lethal weapons'.
  982. In September, he died at the age of sixty.
  983. In September, he enrolled at the Imperial University in the Department of Literature's philosophy division.
  984. In September, he guarded Iemochi TOKUGAWA, the fourteenth Shogun during the first conquest of Choshu.
  985. In September, he joined the Yamato army to fight against Masashige KUSUNOKI, who raised an army at the Shimoakasaka-jo Castle in Kawachi Province.
  986. In September, he left Harbin, relied on his former classmate Naniwa KAWASHIMA and became an office manager of the Beijing Police Academy in Beijing.
  987. In September, he moved up to a regular course at Daiichi Koto Chugakko.
  988. In September, he published 'Sanbo Ronbun' in "Shigarami Soshi" (Constraint Brochure).
  989. In September, he returned to Yamaguchi with glory.
  990. In September, he served concurrently as Mino no kami (the governor of Mino Province).
  991. In September, he strongly wanted to watch the Franco-Prussian War, denied by Toshimichi OKUBO and others who were concerned about interruption in ministry work because Sumiyoshi KAWAMURA and other members of Hyobusho (ministry of military) also wanted to.
  992. In September, he visited Tadashige ONO in Mukojima and presented his wood-block printing to Ono, mentioning that he was going to visit his elder sister's house in Asakusa Kojima-cho and disappeared.
  993. In September, he was assigned as Sangi (councillor) and Koubukyo (head of Koubu Department) at the same time.
  994. In September, he was elected to become a member of Kizokuin (the House of Peers) by Imperial order and also decided to retire from the business world.
  995. In September, he was given 1,500 koku (crop yields) as permanent Shotenroku (premium) for a merit of the Restoration and was assigned to Dainagon in November.
  996. In September, he was promoted to Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state).
  997. In September, he was protected by the Matsumura family in Takase, Higo Province, and discussed affairs of State with a royalist political reformer, Izumi MAKI.
  998. In September, he was said to have returned to Edo and run the Nakamura-za Theater while acting.
  999. In September, he went back to Japan.
  1000. In September, he went to Europe via the Panama Canal and the Atlantic.

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