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  1. In September, he wrote to Yoritomo to tell of his return and to report that his arrival would be delayed because of stormy seas.
  2. In September, his first son, Oto MORI, was born.
  3. In September, his work 'Kawazu Kinsen Kimi-ni Tadasu' was accepted by The Yomiuri Shimbun Newspaper.
  4. In September, in hopes for the prosperity of his clan, he donated 33 volumes of the Decorated Sutras (Heike nokyo) to the Itsukushima-jinja Shrine, and for this, Shigemori also participated in its creation with other clan and family members.
  5. In September, more than sixty junior vassals were designated as pages, constituting the group of assistants and vassals to look after the affairs of Iemitsu.
  6. In September, the 32 foot soldiers of Yukan MATSUI, who was Sakai bugyo (magistrate of around Sakai), entered Sannai and started acts of violence and assault in the name of a search for the remnants of the Araki clan.
  7. In September, the Empress Genmei made an inspection of the site of Heijo and appointed 17 officials including the chief of zoheijokyoshi (office for construction of Heijokyo).
  8. In September, the Takakuni and Yoshioki forces were victorious at the Battle of Funaokayama.
  9. In September, the army on Mt. Kasagi surrendered, and Emperor Godaigo was captured and was banished to one of the Oki islands.
  10. In September, the five members of his mother Kiyoko, wife Yayoko, the first daughter Naoko and the first son Gentaro committed suicide with their sword, and his aunt Katsuko NANMA killed two of her childlen and committed suicide.
  11. In September, the government sent Gaimu-shojo (Junior Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs) Koki YOSHIOKA to Busan, and in February 1872, they appointed Yoshiakira SO as Gaimu-taijo (Senior Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs), and then, they sent Gaimu-taijo Yoshimoto HANABUSA to Korea in September.
  12. In September, the handen taifu (master of the allotted farmland) was sent to Shikinai (four provinces close to the Capital: Yamato, Yamashiro, Settsu, Kawachi).
  13. In September, to investigate the Tsuruoka Incident, he was sent to the said prefecture.
  14. In September, when a geisha named Kotora did not obey Serizawa, he became angry and rampaged through the Yoshidaya geisha house.
  15. In September,1331, Emperor Godaigo who was plotting to overthrow the Kamakura Shogunate escaped his palace to Mt. Kasagi where he raised an army (the Genko War).
  16. In September1992, he died.
  17. In Setaka, there was a shoen (a manor in medieval Japan) of the TOKUDAIJI family, a branch of SANJO Family (the Hose of Fujiwara North, Kan'in Line), and Yasumune was in charge of managing the shoen as a shokan (an officer entrusted with local management by the lord of the private estate).
  18. In Setaka-machi, Miyama City, there is a stone monument that has been said to be the grave of Tenta MIIKE's follower.
  19. In Shanghai unlike other areas of China, bento is becoming more popular because convenience stores mainly Japanese convenience stores have been selling bento intending to spread it as '便当' which is the origin of a word '弁当' (bento).
  20. In Shanghai, Oden is written as '熬点' and pronounced as 'A?di?n;' however, the origin of the term is 'Oden' in Japanese and the characters used have a second meaning close to 'stewed snack.'
  21. In Shanghai, Perry made the Susquehanna his flagship before embarking on May 17 and anchored off the coast of the Ryukyu Kingdom at Naha, which was under the influence of the Satsuma Domain on May 26.
  22. In Shanghai, he transferred to another ship, the Wild Rover; while aboard Horace S. Taylor, the ship's captain, began calling him "Joe."
  23. In Shanghai, the largest amount of kosa in the past of 623?g per cubic meter and the worst air pollution index in the past of 500 and were observed on April 2, 2007.
  24. In Shanxi Province 'xi zhou' (thin congee) means awagayu, and 'chou zhou' (thick congee) or 'gan zhou' (dry congee) refer to millet that has been boiled like rice.
  25. In Shi-Suiko, debtors gave the residential lands, cultivated lands, slaves and others as collateral, but many failed to repay the debts due to the high interest rate.
  26. In Shichiseido, God of the mountain, God of the sea and so on are enshrined with God of the stars in the center, and all Shichiseido is located on a geographically higher location than the main hall.
  27. In Shiga Prefecture remains the passport used by INUGAMI no Mitasuki during he was a Kentoshi and it is regarded as the oldest passport in the world.
  28. In Shiga Prefecture the card can be used on the Keihan Keishin Line, Hieizan Railway (Sakamoto Cable Car), Keihan Uji Bus Co., Ltd. operated in Otsu City and Kyoto Bus Hira Route operated in Takashima City.
  29. In Shiga Prefecture, it is also sometimes customary to use chicken meat in sukiyaki.
  30. In Shiga Prefecture, the death toll was 35, 643 were injured, 2192 houses were completely destroyed, and 5985 houses were partially destroyed.
  31. In Shiga Prefecture, the distribution area of Kyoto Shimbun overlaps that of Chunichi Shimbun, which is a block newspaper.
  32. In Shiga Prefecture, there is an example in which it is believed that not a small animal but a specter of an old woman called Sunahori-babaa (another name for sand-throwing hag) lived at a corner of a bamboo grove and threw sand at people passing by.
  33. In Shiga prefecture, a strange light called abura-bo was said to appear from the end of spring through summer in Hoshika village, Yasu district (the present Yasu city), and it was said to be a Buddhist monk who had stolen lamp oil from Mt.Hiei then turned himself into it.
  34. In Shigetada HATAKEYAMA Rebellion on July 17, 1205, he joined the army led by Yoshitoki HOJO to defeat Shigetada with his brother Shigetoki KAWAGOE.
  35. In Shigetada HATAKEYAMA's Rebellion of July 17, 1205, he allied with the Hojo clan and was very successful, however, between September and October in the same year, he fell under suspicion from the Hojo clan of taking part in a revolt as a coconspirator in the Shigetada incident.
  36. In Shigetaka's days, he built Setagaya-jo Castle and settled in Setagaya, Ebara County, Musashi Province (Setagaya Ward, Tokyo Metropolis).
  37. In Shiji-sai festivals (festivals of four seasons) of jingikan (officer of the institution for dedicating to religious ceremony) in the Imperial Court, the festivals of Ainame (the festival offering newly-harvested grains to deities), Tamashizume (mass or ceremony for the repose of a soul) and Niiname (festival of consumption of the new grains) in November in the old lunar calendar were defined as winter festivals.
  38. In Shikisanban, one of the three elements of Nohgaku (together with Noh and Kyogen) was called 'Furyu', and meant to perform while singing, dressed in gaudy clothes; it was used as an important element of direction, and was also adopted by Kyogen direction.
  39. In Shikoku, Motochika CHOSOKABE of Tosa Province made relation by marriage with a vassal of the Akechi family, Toshimitsu SAITO, and had been making effort to unify Shikoku under amicable relation with Nobunaga through Mitsuhide.
  40. In Shikoku, Yasunaga MIYOSHI was subject to Nobunaga and, supported by Nagahide NIWA, Nobutaka ODA who had the advantage, had been preparing for war with the Chosokabe clan.
  41. In Shikoku, there is a story of a monster called Yagyo-san or Yagyo-sama.
  42. In Shimabara City, Nagasaki Prefecture, there is a dish called guzoni which is enjoyed throughout the year regardless of the seasons or practices.
  43. In Shimabara he was tangled and tortured to death by some feudal retainers of Choshu Domain.
  44. In Shimizudani, where Odani-jo Castle was located, there is a site of the residence of the Ogino clan called Tosa Yashiki (residence) (named after his official post).
  45. In Shimoda City area in Shizuoka Prefecture near the southern tip of Izu Peninsula, there are 20 or more works currently identified as Seisuke's work.
  46. In Shimogyo Ward, there are 37 pairs of same town names that indicates different locations as follows.
  47. In Shimokyo (south part of capital), night rain falls on to snow (It describes: Snow is settling in Jokyo (north part of capital), but there are many houses and bright light are moving in Shimokyo, night rain falls on to settled snow)
  48. In Shimonoseki, he heard folklore about the duel at Ganryu-jima Island and recorded it in a book.
  49. In Shin no jo no mai (always accompanied on drums), the jo becomes more stately.
  50. In Shin-Yakushi-ji Temple, on April 8 which is the festival day of the honzon Yakushi Nyorai, Yakushi keka ho (keka dedicated for Yakushi nyorai) is held.
  51. In Shinano Province, one of the strongholds of the Hojo clan, Takatoki's son Tokiyuki HOJO and others raised an army and started the Nakasendai War.
  52. In Shinano Province, the base of a kayu no ki is split vertically into four at Koshogtsu (around January 15); a piece of rice cake, which goes into the rice porridge, is inserted between the split ends and is used to stir the rice porridge.
  53. In Shinano, kokujin ryoshu made their own territory their base such as the Ogasawara clan in Fukashi (current Matsumoto region), the Murakami and Takanashi clans in the northern Shinano, the Kiso clan in Kiso, the Suwa clan in Suwa and the Unno clan in the eastern Shinano.
  54. In Shinano, the major force led by Ujinao HOJO, who had defeated Kazumasu, continued its advance over Usui-toge Pass, and on June 26 (old calendar) made a show of power in Saku-gun.
  55. In Shingaku-ji Temple, the statue of Fudo with eyes painted yellow is enshrined.
  56. In Shinjoen, which is said to be one of the new religions that branched out from the traditional Buddhism, doing meditation and manas regarding the behavior and belief of the everyday life based on the 'spiritual word' given by a medium is called 'Uso Sesshin.'
  57. In Shinkyogoku, Kyoto Prefecture, 'Fuki (Yose) Theater,' 'Kyoraku Theater' and 'Kyoto Kagetsu Theater' opened.
  58. In Shinnyoen, there are visitors from various religious sects based on traditional Japanese Buddhism.
  59. In Shinobi-monomi, a person conceals himself unnoticed in the mountains and fields, hides behind a bush and searches the state of the territory and the movement of the enemy.
  60. In Shinpachi NAGAKURA's "Doshi Renmeiki" (nominal list of the Shinsengumi) and in the "Fubungaki" (report of rumor), which was written when he was in Kyoto, Heisuke TODO is described as an illegitimate child of Takayuki TODO, the lord of Tsu Domain, Ise Province, but the truth is unknown.
  61. In Shinsen Shojiroku (Newly Compiled Register of Clan Names and Titles of Nobility) he is also called Yuzuo.
  62. In Shinshu Takada sect, the form '釋xxyy' is used on the basis of the form 'shaku (Buddha), dogo (a pseudonym as a priest) (two characters) plus homyo (two characters)' ('xx' and 'yy' are replaced with two Chinese characters.).
  63. In Shinshu region, for instance, there is a tradition of a pine tree that shed blood when it was cut with an ax.
  64. In Shinsosai, cremains are brought directly from a crematorium to the grave and buried.
  65. In Shinto folk religion, various beliefs exist about kodakara (children) and kozukuri (making babies); under such beliefs, statues of Daikokuten atop a bag of rice (see photograph) are thought to represent the male sex organ.
  66. In Shinto of ancient times, consecrated ground was eternal, whereas this world was a transient representation of the real world.
  67. In Shinto religion, different from the Buddhism counting, 'Third anniversary' is held three years after one's death.
  68. In Shinto religion, the divine spirit can be divided without limitation because it is believed that the original spirit power is not weakened and performs the same functions as the main shrine.
  69. In Shinto rituals each bow and arrow is thought to have spiritual power and special meaning.
  70. In Shinto rituals the deity descended from its body, which is iwakura, onto yorishiro (object representing a divine spirit) (called himorogi), and yorishiro and kamui (deity) were used as the focus of the celebration.
  71. In Shinto rituals, men and women kannabi (people who serve and sing to invite the gods) dance from the old days, thus, when a kannabi is possessed by god, there may be occasionally cases where the gender is temporarily switched.
  72. In Shinto, Okuninushi no kami and Sukunabikona no kami are regarded as the soshin (ancestor honored as god) of Kinen.
  73. In Shinto, Tori no ichi has its origin in the fair that was held on the day of Otori-sai.
  74. In Shinto, all of these animals are called Shinshi (the messengers of the god).
  75. In Shinto, also called Konpira Daigongen.
  76. In Shinto, it is considered that 'all humans are children of gods; through gods' arrangement, they are put in the mother's womb and enter the world, and after humans finish playing a role on the earth, they return to the world of gods and protect their descendants.'
  77. In Shinto, it is considered that all the things in the universe are produced and develop by the power of 'Musuhi'.
  78. In Shinto, the blood that is separated and flows from the body of a living thing is considered to be unclean.
  79. In Shinto, traditionally, Yorishiro (an object capable of attracting Kami) such as mirrors, jewels, and swords are worshiped.
  80. In Shintoism, a shrine maiden has a mikosuzu (medium bell) on her hand and rings it when she dances kagura (sacred music and dancing performed at shrines).
  81. In Shippoku Cuisine (special Chinese cuisine developed in Nagasaki Prefecture into which Japanese cooking methods were incorporated), gozen-jiruko under the name of 'Ume Wan' is served as dessert.
  82. In Shirakawa, which was also famous for its cherry blossoms, the head of the Regents' House held various events such as cherry blossom viewing parties, poetry parties, kemari (a ball kicking game), and horse races, some of which were attended by the Emperors.
  83. In Shirotsukuri, Toriibata in Tano, which was the last battlefield of Katsuyori, he bravely fought off Nobunaga's large army with a small number of troops.
  84. In Shizuoka Prefecture, Masaru WATANABE recruited emigrants for Hokkaido.
  85. In Shizuoka Prefecture, an elementary schoolchild saw a transparent sheet-like object floating in the air, and the object's shape was mostly rectangle as a whole, but it was narrowed at one end like a tail, the child said.
  86. In Shizuoka, blue/gray colored Hanpen, commonly called 'black Hanpen,' made of sardines or other fish is recognized as 'Hanpen' and white Hanpen is called 'white Hanpen' to distinguish them from each other.
  87. In Shobara City, Hiroshima Prefecture, a minyo (a traditional folk song) titled 'Atsumori-san' has been sung since ancient times (the song was designated as an intangible folk cultural property of the city).
  88. In Shobogenzo, written by Dogen, there is a criticism of nyonin kekkai in Japanese Buddhism as 'a laughing matter in Japan,' and Honen, Shinran and others were critical in their views of nyonin kekkai.
  89. In Shobonenjo-kyo Sutra, it is called Yugon-Ashura-o.
  90. In Shobonenjo-kyo Sutra, it is translated into Keman-Ashura-o.
  91. In Shochu Disturbance that occurred in 1324, Emperor Godaigo first plotted to overthrow the Kamakura Shogunate.
  92. In Shodo-mon (the ordinary schools of the way of holiness by the processes of devotion), the term "anshin" means calming oneself, which is used in a similar sense to that in the Zen sect.
  93. In Shogi (Japanese Chess), occupying the central square (in the fifth line of fifth row) means a lot where to be called Tennozan (Mt. Tenno).
  94. In Shoheizaka School, while the heterodox leanings were prohibited, learnings and lectures of Japanese heterodox schools were still allowed.
  95. In Shoin (a section in charge of primitive soy sauce) of Daizenshiki at Court, Iwakamutsukari no mikoto was worshiped as 'Takabe no kami,' the god of brewing and seasoning.
  96. In Shoin-zukuri style, tokobashira is basically kakubashira (a corner post or pillar that is square or rectangular), but at a private residence, for example, because of the influence of Sukiya-zukuri style, an uncommon precious wood, such as a log with knots, is often used.
  97. In Shoin’s writing, Yamagata was first mentioned in the letter written to Misono KISHI on November 12, 1857.
  98. In Shomuin rokuji, it has information such as a notice of a Buddhist memorial service at sohonzan, an official written notification of chief priest, approval of establishing organization of Kochu, approval of a committee of Hokke Ko for a supporters group, approval of representatives of supporters group of branch temples.
  99. In Shoryaku-ji Temple, he also made efforts to restore the halls which were lost by the fire of Nanto Yakiuchi and keep them in good condition, and is called a restorer of the temple.
  100. In Shoshichi-sai, Juo's mortuary tablets were enshrined and a brush and paper were placed in front of the tablets so that Johyobun (petition) to Tenso (gods in the heaven), Chifu (Earth Palace) and Myokan (Officers of the netherworld) would be sent by Juo.
  101. In Shoso-in, domestically produced straight swords called Karayo (Chinese style) Tachi are stored as well as imports from overseas called Kara (Chinese) Tachi.
  102. In Showa period, he went into politics.
  103. In Showa period, new Ninjo-banashi stories were created such as Tsutomu ARISAKI (Kingoro YANAGIYA)'s "Ramen Shop", Beicho KATSURA the third's "Little Flute", and Yumie HIRAIWA's "A Straw Hat and A Red Windmill".
  104. In Shu, which is well-known from "the Chronicle of the Three Kingdoms," Liang ZHUGE is known to have strengthened the finance of the kingdom by monopolization of salt.
  105. In Shujikan of the times when TSUKIGATA served as Tengoku, Torakichi NISHIKAWA known for 'Torakichi handling Gosun-kugi long nail' and Choan KUMASAKA, a famous creator of forfeit bills and others were detained.
  106. In Shukke Zato Kyogen, the performer playing the role of a monk, Shinbochi (a fresh monk who entered into the priesthood shortly before) or Zato (title of the official ranks within the Todo-za [the traditional guild for the blind]) assumes the role of "Shite."
  107. In Shunda Town, Shobara City, there still remains what has been believed to be a tomb of Tamaori-hime.
  108. In Shuni-e in Todai-ji Temple, the imitation flowers (camellia and nandina (sacred bamboo)) are made as the flowers offered in front of Buddha.
  109. In Shushi saho, Shushi goes around shumidan, sprinkles purified water (Shasui), chants a spell making symbolic signs with the fingers and so on, which is a ceremony of Esoteric Buddhism.
  110. In Shushigaku, the above-mentioned 'Kakubutsu Chichi' is considered to be the main point.
  111. In Silla, prohibition of killing animals (in 529, in 711)
  112. In Singapore, the 'Hungry Ghosts Festival', a festival equivalent to Bon, is celebrated mainly by residents of Chinese origin and a play similar to Beijing opera is performed for free of charge.
  113. In Sino-Japanese War he departed for the front as the division commander of Konoe-shidan (Imperial Guard).
  114. In Sino-Japanese War, he served as Commander of Garrison targeting the neighborhood of Kaijo City as well as Commander of Garrison targeting the neighborhood of Hojo City, and took part in the Taiwan expedition that followed, and in December, 1897 assumed office as Chief of the 1st Infantry Brigade for Imperial Guard Division.
  115. In Soga Monogatari (the Tale of Soga), it is said that Kagehisa and Sukeyasu KAWAZU had a sumo match where he was the first one to receive 'Kawazu-gake' (one of the Sumo techniques).
  116. In Soji-ji Temple, there is a way of lengthening the pronunciation of each word in the Daihishindarani, a method called Fugin-hou, which is said to have started in order to wait for the arrival of Gazan from Eiko-ji Temple.
  117. In Sojosai, s set of rites such as the delivering of memorial addresses, the announcement of condolence telegrams, the chanting of a eulogy by a Shinto priest, and the offering of tamagushi are performed.
  118. In Soka Gakkai, every morning and night the believers continue a practice of chanting some parts of Hokke-kyo and the spell of the Nichiren sect as a gongyo.
  119. In Sokui no rei, 'Enthronement Ceremony' is the most important ceremony where the Emperor wears sokutai (traditional ceremonial court dress); and the Empress wears juni-hitoe (twelve-layered ceremonial kimono).
  120. In Song Dynasty and later when tenkoku (seal carving using special Chinese characters, Tensho) by men of literature became popular, cherished motto, Chinese poetry, religious phrases and refined sentences came to be used as inmon.
  121. In South Korea it is also referred to as ?? (Donghae or East Sea) while in North Korea it is known as ????(Joseon Donghae or Korea East Sea) or ??? (Joseonghae or Korea Sea) and some Korean people call it ???? (Don Joseaonghae or East Korea Sea).
  122. In South Korea, Oden is used as a general name for paste products, which are stewed in soy sauce-based soup stock (In most cases, no other ingredients are included unlike Japan) or fried with karashi miso (miso mixed with mustard).
  123. In South Korea, Wani is considered as a "Korean" who brought his own culture into Japan, and government-designated textbooks for junior high school students state that 'Wani introduced advanced culture to Japan.'
  124. In South Korea, curry and rice is also eaten as a military food as a tradition handed down from Korea during the period of Japan's rule.
  125. In South Korea, it is called seujo and used to facilitate fermentation and enhance the flavor of amino acid in pickling kimchi.
  126. In South Korea, karatedo was once called konsudo or tansudo, but it developed into a new martial art called taekwondo, which, being arranged and improved in the Korean style, focuses on a kicking art.
  127. In South Korea, sashimi is called 'hoe' (the same character as 'namasu').
  128. In South Korea, the greatest figure among one's ancestor was referred to as Shiso (founder), and the place where he or his descendants settled down or were appointed were regarded as hongan.
  129. In South Korea, there is Kei among associates which is equivalent to Tanomoshi-ko in Japan to use when depositing money because Koreans do not trust banks very much, and many people use Kei even now.
  130. In South Korea, there is food called "jijimgae," similar to okonomiyaki.
  131. In South Korea, triangle onigiri sold in CVS is getting popular.
  132. In Southeast Asia, SepakTakraw (meaning kicked shuttlecock), which is said to be the origin of kemari, is still popular nowadays.
  133. In Southeast Asia, Sriwijaya and others accepted Mahayana Buddhism, and ruins extend from the southern areas of the Kingdom of Thailand to Sumatra and Java islands, former territories of the kingdom.
  134. In Southern Kanto region there were very few flint arrowheads and stone swords of both chipped stone tool and ground stone tools.
  135. In Southern Kyushu, the Tanokami-ko (festival in honor of Tanokami) is also widely held on the day of the Ox (one of the twelve animals of the oriental zodiac) in February, and October or November according to lunar calendear (or twice an year in spring and autumn).
  136. In Spain and Spanish-speaking countries in Latin America there is a esAlfe?ique made of sugar kneaded with almond oil and in Mexico artistic objects modeling a skull are made by this for the day of the dead.
  137. In Spain, instead of pricey baby eels, imitation baby eels made of surimi (fish paste) are also sold.
  138. In Spain, there are dishes of rice made with soup named '… caldoso,' 'arroz …' and 'arroz anb …,' similar to 'olla de ….'
  139. In Sports Chanbara (a free-style Japanese combat sport based on sword fighting), players must be in the two-sword style in nito (two swords) tournaments, and players are allowed to fight in the two-sword style in ishu (a match between different weapons) tournaments.
  140. In Spring 864, he was conferred Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and was promoted to the Sanuki no Gon Kokushi (the Acting Provincial Governor of Sanuki Province) in the Summer.
  141. In Spring of 1175, Honen descended from Kurodani in Mt. Hiei.
  142. In Spring of 1183, MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka who was opposed with Yoritomo made a peace with Yoritomo by sending MINAMOTO no Yoshitaka (Shimizu no Kanja), who was his eldest son and 11 years old at that time, to Kamakura as a hostage and making him a husband of Ohime who was 6 years old (in the age by the traditional Japanese system).
  143. In Spring, he caught a pleurisy.
  144. In Spring, he identified with "Tiandao suyuan" (Evidence for Christianity) given by a missionary doctor, Gordon (U.S.) who was engaged in mission work in Osaka at that time.
  145. In Sri Lanka, ruins were identified in southeast areas, and it seems to have disappeared by the 12th Century after a period of coexistance with Theravada Buddhism.
  146. In Sui dynasty, they were not passed down in whole books and provided in fragments or citation forms.
  147. In Suishu (Volume 81, Retsuden [a series of biographies] Chapter 46, Eastern Barbarians, Wakoku [Japan]), there was a sentence famous for enraging Emperor Yodai of the Sui in 607, stating, 'this letter is from the Imperial Prince of the land of the rising sun to the emperor of the land of the setting sun.'
  148. In Suita City they produce a small variety called Suita arrowhead (one of the Naniwa variety of vegetables).
  149. In Summer, 2007, Grandelfino took part in Student Formula SAE Competition of JAPAN.
  150. In Sumoto at least, there were suspicions that they deliberately failed to take immediate steps to intervene.
  151. In Sunpu at that time, town blocks called '96 towns in Sunpu' were developed and it became a big city comparable to Kamigata (Kyoto and Osaka area) and Edo.
  152. In Suruga, activities by Imagawa forces still remained, such as Masatsuna OKABE temporarily recapturing Sumpu and Shigezane OHARA of Hanazawa-jo Castle continuing to resist the Takeda clan, and there even was a dispatching of troops from the Hojo clan in a campaign to support the Imagawa family.
  153. In TAIRA no Kiyomori's latter days, he was given Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  154. In TORIYAMA's book, the Buddhist priest's robe worn by Sojobo has eyes and a beard on it, and its sharp collar forms the Eritate-goromo's nose.
  155. In TV commercials, good-looking male employees of an advertisement agency or some consumers selected from applicants among ordinary people played roles eating chazuke with the emphasized sounds like 'hu-hu, jul-jul, haf-haf, mosha-mosha,' and the commercials were also aired on the radio.
  156. In TV dramas such as "Mitokomon," Mitsukuni TOKUGAWA uses the term with the prefix "o," i.e., "ohyakusho" when addressing a peasant.
  157. In TV programs taking up a historical issue, it is common to replace the term with "peasant" even when the term indicates its original meaning which is the hyakusho rank.
  158. In Tagi District in 1079, he fought in the big battle against MINAMOTO no Shigemune, who was also based in Mino Province, therefore the both parties were summoned to Imperial Court later, and Kunifusa was confined in Yuniwa for the duel.
  159. In Taiga-Dorama (HNK Historical Drama) and jidaigeki (period drama), the koshimaki is rarely put on, but the uchikake is usually put on.
  160. In Taiho Code and Yoro Code established in the eighth century, regulations concerning jiden fields that were specified in Soni ryo (regulations for monks and nuns) and Denryo (regulations for farmland).
  161. In Taiho Code, based on the Chinese system of centralized governance, there were the governmental posts of San hakase (Professor of Mathematics) and Sanshi (a court official in charge of calculation).
  162. In Taiho Ritsuryo (Taiho Code), it might be called 'Kyokeshi.'
  163. In Taiho Ritsuryo (Taiho Code), there was a provision for Joko alongside that for Emperor which made it possible for Joko to incorporate his intent politically by means of inzen (a decree from In) just like Emperor.
  164. In Taiho Ritsuryo (Taiho Code)/Yoro Ritsuryo it was one of hachigyaku defined by Meirei Ritsu (Meirei Code).
  165. In Taiho Ritsuryo (codes during the Taiho era from 701 to 704) established in 701, former Gozoku were ordered according to their Ikai (court ranks).
  166. In Tainosho-cho, Tenri City, there is a jizo (guardian deity of children) called Kubikiri (chop-neck) Jizo whose head is detached from the body.
  167. In Taipei, he worked hard as mediation together with his fellows including Arao, however his fellow Arao died.
  168. In Taisho era, Nobuo IMAI and Atsushi WATANABE (swordsman), who were members of Kyoto Mimawarigumi, orally testified that Tadasaburo SASAKI and others killed Ryoma and NAKAOKA.
  169. In Taiwan
  170. In Taiwan and Shanghai City, Japanese-style onigiri has become popular after CVS run by Japanese companies landed and spread.
  171. In Taiwan, Japanese food culture including train lunch and sushi is widely known, thereby the image to onigiri is no longer as petty as before.
  172. In Taiwan, Karasumi is called "U-yu-tsu" in the Beijing dialect of Chinese and "O-hi-ji" in Taiwanese.
  173. In Taiwan, Korea, and Sakhalin, where Japan once ruled, Japanese-style houses still remain even today.
  174. In Taiwan, Nikken, kancho, was introduced as 'hanaosho priest' (sensual monk) in various media such as newspapers and television by a press, mainly organized by gaishojin (immigrant from China Continent to Taiwan after 1945).
  175. In Taiwan, Okinawa mozuku (Cladosiphon okamuranus) is tried to be cultured as a substitute for facai (Nostoc), and is named as "Sea Facai" for a trade name.
  176. In Taiwan, Udon noodles are cherished by the name of 'u-ron-min' or 'u-ron-tan-min.'
  177. In Taiwan, a Japanese-style room is mainly used for a bedroom.
  178. In Taiwan, as a shaved-ice item, they have '月見冰, yue jian bing' (Tsukimi ice).'
  179. In Taiwan, generally, the pork rou sing is colored light brown, whereas, the beef rou sing is colored dark brown making them readily distinguishable.
  180. In Taiwan, imagawa-yaki is called 'red bean waffle' or 'charyunbyon' and is a traditional sweet (a Chinese character '餅' represents baked pastry).
  181. In Taiwan, it is reported that the density of such components in the air increased by 35 percent compared with that in the ordinary air condition.
  182. In Taiwan, monaka is called 'zui zhong' or 'zui zhong bing.'
  183. In Taiwan, people enjoy rou sing in various ways including stuffing in rice balls, adding to the batter of crepe-like breakfast food dan bing and using as a topping for rice porridge that they eat for breakfast.
  184. In Taiwan, street stalls open for business in the early morning, and sell items such as: rice porridge, noodles, LuRo Fans, food made from rice, sandwiches, French toast, rice balls, other light meals, soymilk, milk, and coffee.
  185. In Taiwan, the custom of using bento including Ekiben (box lunch sold on trains or at stations) took root there when the nation was governed by Japan.
  186. In Taiwan, the square-shaped okonomiyaki called 'Osaka-yaki' (日式大阪焼), which is localized, is widely sold at food stalls.
  187. In Taiwan, there are quite a few houses with Japanese-style rooms which have been passed down from the period of Japanese rule.
  188. In Taiwan, there is a box lunch called '鐡路飯盒' which is sold at railway stations in various areas, as well as sold on the train.
  189. In Taiwanese (dialect), it is referred to as rou su (dried meat threads) or rou pu (dried meat threads).
  190. In Taiwanese, Oden is written as '黑輪,' which is pronounced as 'oren' (Taiwanese does not have a voiced consonant of "de;" therefore, "de" corrupted to 're'.)
  191. In Taiwanese, it is also called "Tsua Bing".
  192. In Taiwanese, it is called "路邊攤 (meaning "night market", and pronounced as "lou7-piN7-taN3-a2" in Taiwanese)."
  193. In Taizokai Mandala, male gods and their empresses as Kenrojishin are laid out in Gekongobu-in, outer court.
  194. In Tajima Province where Hiboko settled, he has been believed to be the deity of land development and still deeply worshipped by people.
  195. In Taka County long ago, there was a giant and he was always bending down in walking.
  196. In Taka County section of "Harima fudoki,"there is a description of the legend about the giant that the sky in the county was high and the footprints became many lakes.
  197. In Takaba
  198. In Takachiho, an evil deity called 'Kihachi' was troubling the people, and Mikeiri no mikoto defeated the deity and put Takachiho under control.
  199. In Takachiho-cho, there is 'the Legend of Ama no Iwato,' where Amaterasu hid, and the legendary cave also exists in reality,
  200. In Takate in Keijo (old name of Seoul City in the period of Japan's rule) he played so well with four stones down to start the game (in the Korean rule two stones) against Haku Nankei, a Chusuin official, that he was called a 'prodigy.'
  201. In Takayama, the Hotta clan issued gin-satsu through Kichibei NAKATANI (中谷吉兵衛), a shoya (village headman).
  202. In Takeo, there is a collection of 138 Dutch books and there also remain imported goods such as globes, celestial globes, measurement tools, clocks, and drugs at present; these items were all purchased from the Netherlands at the time of Shigeyoshi.
  203. In Takeshi UMEHARA's "Yomi no Okimi" (King of the world after death), the prince was assumed to be the one who was buried in the Takamatsuzuka-kofun Tumulus.
  204. In Takigi Noh, a temporary Noh stage is also used.
  205. In Tanba Province, the Tanba-kameyama clan and Sasayama clan in the southern part, and the Fukuchiyama clan in the northern part each owned a comparatively large-sized territory.
  206. In Tang Dynasty China, the Emperor gave current affairs or creed related tests called 'sakumon,' and warriors wrote answers to the Emperor's questions, which was called 'taisakumon.'
  207. In Tang, we first send Kenja and Kanja to check the terrain level or difficult.'
  208. In Tango region, silk weaving, known as the Tango chirimen (silk crepe), developed since the middle of the Edo period.
  209. In Tango, busho (Japanese military commander) under the Takeda clan and Hosokawa clan did not return the fief and a battle occurred.
  210. In Taoism scriptures, there are sutras with the same name and same order preaching about Juo, such as "Genshitenson Setsu Hoto Metsuzai-kyo Sutra," "Chifu Juo Batsudogi" (地府十王抜度儀), and "Taijo Kyukutenson Setsu Shoken Metsuzai-kyo Sutra."
  211. In Tatebayashi City, Gunma Prefecture, the hometown festival of the world's best koi-nobori takes place from the end of March to the middle of May.
  212. In Tatenui no sato, Ou County, Izumo Province (presently Yasugi City, Shimane Prefecture), an anecdote is told about Futsunushi no kami sewing together the rock Ama no iwatate, which had been split in two.
  213. In Teijo-zakki (Teijo's memorandums) written by Sadatake ISE from 1763 to 1784, there is a description of a tsuzura and its material that had changed to bamboo.
  214. In Temples of Zen sect, tosu is one of the important Buddhist temples.
  215. In Tempo era, Mitsuzaki Kengyo in Kyoto found a way of compositional expression in the late-starting instrument, koto, and composed "Akikaze no kyoku" (a song for the autumn wind) and "Godanginuda" for koto alone, as well as the conventional jiuta shamisen music.
  216. In Tendai Buddhism, Dainichi Kinrin is worshipped as a deity of the same importance as Dainichi Nyorai of the transcendental world and that of the world of physical phenomenon, and as the protector deity of an esoteric ritual that binds these two worlds together.
  217. In Tengen-jutsu, a combination of a chart and sangi called sanban was used.
  218. In Tenmei era, 'Tojin Karakotoba, Ensaibushi' was popular in Kamigata (Kyoto and Osaka area).
  219. In Tenpo-reki, Teikiho (a way of expressing 24 divisions of the old calendar) was used, which is the method to calculate the position of the sun and divide the orbit of the sun on the celestial sphere by twenty-four (divide in the space) to obtain 24 divisions of the old calendar.
  220. In Tenrikyo and its related sects, Kokyu is played together with other instruments in its ceremonial music.
  221. In Tenrikyo, when someone passes away, it is believed that he or she returns to the "Jiba," the birthplace of mankind, so they do not use expressions such as "be dead" or "pass away," but use "denaoshi" (rebirth).
  222. In Tensho 9, it was reported in certain articles that the Emperor was not well.
  223. In Tensho era, he became the lord of Otoi-jo Castle and established Suwa-jinja Shrine.
  224. In Tensho-keno-shonen-shisetsu (The Mission of Youths to the West in the Tensho Era) where Christian daimyo in the Kyushu region dispatched to Rome in 1582, he dispatched Mancio ITO as a representative.
  225. In Tenson hongi (the original record of the heavenly grandchild), volume five, he was said to be the son of MONONOBE no Okoshi and a brother of MONONOBE no Oichinomikari no Muraji, and given the title of Omuraji, then Itsuki of a shrine in the reign of Emperor Ikenobe no Namitsuki (Emperor Yomei).
  226. In Thailand, fish sauce (soy-sauce-like fish sauce) nam pla is often used; the soy-sauce, 'See ew,' made from soybeans is also used to season fried food.
  227. In Thailand, in addition to Namacha, plastic bottles of green tea is produced and sold largely by a local enterprise, "Oishi Group Public Company Limited", and all contain sugar.
  228. In Thailand, indica rice usually unsuitable for onigiri is a staple food, while in the northeastern region where sticky rice is stale food, they have a custom to carry spherically-shaped cooked rice wrapping in grass leaves traditionally.
  229. In Thailand, there is a dish called 'Thai Suki' (Thai-style sukiyaki,) which is, however, more similar to shabu-shabu than sukiyaki.
  230. In The Pillow Book, the author cherished humanity as well as nature; therefore, she accepted and formed them in each phase as various beauties (Sakuwo MEKATA).
  231. In The Tale of Genji, she was a female character whose appearance was described most elaborately, and an unusually plain woman among the other beautiful characters.
  232. In Thelema, the current Aeon (the current one is the third Aeon and started from Aeon of Horus which was 1904 in the Gregorian calendar) is celebrated together with Heru-ra-ha.
  233. In Theravada Buddhism (so-called Hinayana), Shakamuni-butsu is regarded as the sole Buddha in this world.
  234. In Theravada Buddhism, which uses a calendar based on the year of Buddha's death, Wesak is celebrated on the day of Uposatha (usually in May or June of their calendar) when there is a full moon.
  235. In Tibet it is said that Yugashijiron is made by Muchaku Bosatsu and Kukyoichijohoshoron is made by Miroku Bosatsu, while it is regarded to be made by Kenne Bosatsu (堅慧) in a translation of Chinese.
  236. In Tibet, Losar (their new year in Tibetan) moves between January and March because of the Tibetan calendar (the lunar and solar calendar) and their new year holidays are one to three days of the first month in the lunar calendar.
  237. In Tibet, Mongolia and Nepal, Daikokuten was worshipped by traders as a god of wealth and in Tibet, a folk belief in Daikokuten as a god of good luck began to spread.
  238. In Tibet, the introduction of Buddhism was carried out as a national project during the period from the end of the 8th century to the 9th century and various Buddhist traditions that then existed in India were introduced in one swoop in a short period.
  239. In Tibet, the translation of individual Buddhist scriptures was begun by order of King Songtsan Gambo in the seventh century; the translation of Buddhist sutra into the Tibetan language was begun by Tonmisanboda (トンミサンボータ).
  240. In Tibetan Buddhism it is commonly expressed as Nyorai's figure without jewelry or is sometimes drawn as a Buddha having many faces.
  241. In Tibetan Buddhism it is expressed as a figure that has a mongoose who disgorges gold, silver and jewels, thus maintaining the character of a treasure god in India.
  242. In Tibetan Buddhism it is known more as Chanda Maharosha (caNDamahaaroSaNa), which is a fierce prickly god (暴悪忿怒尊), in comparison to this name.
  243. In Tibetan Buddhism, which greatly incorporates the latter part of Mikkyo, Dainichinyorai is revered as the center of the Five Buddhas (gobutsu) as well as Gochi-nyorai.
  244. In Tibetan Buddhism, 無量寿仏 is distinguished from 無量光仏.
  245. In To-goku (Eastern Japan), too, the Satake clan, which was on the said of the Taira clan, was subjugated by Yoritomo, and the rebellion was growing serious.
  246. In Toba, Yoshisuke's army was attacked by the army of MINAMOTO no Suesada and TAIRA no Morizumi on the Taira family side and was completely beaten down.
  247. In Tochigi Prefecture, one of principal production centers, many producers whose products are in competition with imported products were forced to cease business.
  248. In Tochigi Prefecture, the dancers occasionally wear "anesan kaburi", where a tenugui towel covers the hair (in the past, women used to cover their hair with a Tenugui towel to keep it clean) rather than a Japanese hairstyle.
  249. In Tochigi Prefecture, the production center, Kanpyo is often used, other than the above, as boiled foods, fried foods, kinpira, kanpyojiru with egg mixed and vinegared foods.
  250. In Togoku he was engaged in missionary work and built Tsukubasan-omido Temple (Tsukuba City) (Tsukuba City, Ibaragi prefecture), Aizu Enichi-ji Temple (Bandai-machi) (Bandai-machi, Yama-gun, Fukushima prefecture) and so on.
  251. In Tohoku Region, hilt is curved as the blade faces upward.
  252. In Tohoku region, rice is believed to be reaped by September 29.
  253. In Tohoku, there is a tale of tragic love with regards to the establishment of Oshirasama.
  254. In Toin Daishi Do of the temple, there are two statues of Chisho Daishi named as 'Chuson Daishi' (the Great teacher of the principal statue of in a group of Buddhist statues) and 'Okotsu Daishi' (the statue of Great Teacher with its remains in it) which are designated as national treasures.
  255. In Tokai dochu hizakurige (Shanks' Pony along the Tokaido), Ikku JUPPENSHA also described kujira no nituke (whale meat boiled hard with soy sauce) at Yodo-gawa River in Osaka.
  256. In Tokai region, such places are called 'Kuse-chi' or 'Kuse-yama.'
  257. In Tokametsuke, an Andon (a paper-covered lamp stand) was lit in a dark room, and a reasonable number of holes were pricked on its parts made of Washi (Japanese paper), and from a distance, the numbers of those holes were counted.
  258. In Tokawa, Shimanto-cho, Takaoka-gun, Kochi Prefecture, which is midway along the Shimanto-gawa River, the Kawa-watashi (passing over a river) of 500 koi-nobori takes place from the end of April to the beginning of May, and this place is known as its origin.
  259. In Tokoname, sankinmonko is typical while in Atsumi, various patterns of lines curved with a pallet is typical.
  260. In Tokushi Yoron (Lessons from History), Hakuseki ARAI appraised Yoritomo's political side, and negatively evaluated Yoritomo's actions that benefited him personally while paying little respect to the Imperial Court.
  261. In Tokushima Prefecture, okonomiyaki with unique ingredients is served, such as mandarin orange, sweetly simmered kidney bean, yogurt, roundly fried 'tenpura' (deep-fried fish and vegetables in a light batter), deep-fried breaded cutlet of fish.
  262. In Tokushima Prefecture, there is Michi no Eki (highway service area) Ai-land Udatsu.
  263. In Tokushima Prefecture, various Uiro such as those using refined sugar made from sugarcane in Japan, Stick Uiro mixed with koshian (pureed bean jam) and processed into a stick shape, 'Hitokuchi Uiro' (one bite-sized Uiro) and 'Kuri Uiro' (chestnut Uiro) using chestnut can be found.
  264. In Tokuyama Mura, Ibi Gun, Gifu Prefecture (the present Ibigawa Cho), a sound like a drum, called "Tengu's drum," heard from the mountain, is considered a sign of impending rain.
  265. In Tokyo Imperial University, he succeeded Yakumo KOIZUMI, but the students asked for Yakumo to stay and Soseki's pedantic and analytical instruction was unpopular among them.
  266. In Tokyo Metropolis after the Meiji Restoration, it was decided that the 'Shoheiko' (a school run by Edo shogunate) would be rebuilt that a 'university' would be established as a central organization of the educational system.
  267. In Tokyo Oo Kabuki, however, he was unable to obtain satisfactory roles and, in the Taisho period, he joined the theater reform movement of Sadanji ICHIKAWA (II).
  268. In Tokyo in the same month and year, there was no clear day (the worst record excluding June and July which fall under tsuyu season) and it was commented in the Weather Chart Diary published by the Japan Weather Association as "dark March."
  269. In Tokyo too, various efforts were made to restore Kamigata rakugo by the following rakugo storytellers: Bunraku KATSURA (VIII), Kinba SANYUTEI (III), Kobunji KATSURA (II) and Hyakusho SANYUTEI (II).
  270. In Tokyo, Kingoro YANAGIYA who was on familiar terms with Entatsu and Achako was inspired by manzai and thus had Goro and Rokuro of the Yanagiya family perform comical conversation on stage.
  271. In Tokyo, a regulation established in 1943 (law No. 89, 1943), explained the stage of its legislation as follows: "Tokyo aims to enforce an effective administration."
  272. In Tokyo, according to this arrangement, more and more families placed the obina on the right (left from the viewer's perspective).
  273. In Tokyo, after getting acquainted with Kinmochi SAIONJI, Kojuro NAKAGAWA frequently visited the residence of SAIONJI.
  274. In Tokyo, he stayed in the same boarding house as Issei MAEBARA for a long time, and as he gradually became familiar with the samurai society he grew to dislike his name as a court noble and to call himself 'Boichiro.'
  275. In Tokyo, he worked as a journalist for a Buddhism magazine, 'Meikyoshinshi,' supervised by Seigaku OUCHI; afterwards Konan became famous by editing such magazines and papers as 'Mikawa Shinbun,' 'the Japanese,' 'Osaka Asahi Shinbun,' 'Taiwan Nippo' and 'Yorozuchoho.'
  276. In Tokyo, however, Sagicho Festival was banned around 1660-1670 in the Edo period due to fire prevention and it collapsed afterward.
  277. In Tokyo, the Hatsunori fare was revised from 660 yen to 710 yen on December 3, in 2007.
  278. In Tokyo, the Kanze, Hosho, and Kita schools have their Nohgakudo, and Noh performances of the five schools including the Konparu and Kongo schools can be enjoyed in the National Noh Theater (the Konparu and Kongo schools have their Nohgakudo in Nara and Kyoto, respectively).
  279. In Tokyo, the ban on selling pufferfish was lifted in 1892 on the condition that the internal organs were removed.
  280. In Tokyo, the duos of Senta and Mankichi who were described earlier, Tenya SHISHI and Wanya SETO, and Toppu and Raito COLUMBIA were also active on television and radio shows.
  281. In Tokyo, the sushi association members made negotiations with the government and won the right of doing business officially in the form of making ten pieces of nigiri-zushi (or four rolls of maki-zushi) in exchange for 180ml of rice.
  282. In Tokyo, there are three societies.
  283. In Tokyo, to cerebrate the festival, jiguchi-andon (paper-enclosed lanterns) with a jiguchi (pun) and a matching picture drawn on them, are hung along streets.
  284. In Tokyo, volunteers of sushi shops association stood up for a negotiation, and succeeded in obtaining an official business license processing on commission to make a trade of one go (unit of volume, approx. 0.18 liters) of rice for ten pieces of Nigiri-zushi (or four rolls of Maki-zushi).
  285. In Tomitsu, they teach sermons by Kongokai (Diamond Realm) and Taizo (Womb Realm), but in Taimitsu, they teach three great sermons, Taizo, Kongokai, and Soshitsuji (Wonderful Accomplishment).
  286. In Tomonoura, Fukuyama City, Hiroshima Prefecture, the local authority cancelled a plan for building a bridge by reclaiming the Tono port as well as a townscape preservation plan since it considered that the bridge construction over the reclaimed port was inseparable from the preservation of the townscape.'
  287. In Tondabayashi City Osaka Prefecture, there is the okonomiyaki, called 'butaroyaki' (Japanese pancake), which uses pork steak.
  288. In Torisu, a fierce battle was fought between the Satsuma army and the government army from March 10 when the Satsuma army started defending this area until April 15 when it retreated from this area.
  289. In Tosa Domain, the styles of Koheiji TAKAHATA and Izan UEMURA were mixed together and have been handed down to the present.
  290. In Tosa Province, goshi was strictly distinguished from feudal retainer of domain, creating conflicts between the superior and inferior throughout the Edo Period.
  291. In Tosa Province, there was a branch family (Tomokage ASAKURA line) remained, which split earlier.
  292. In Tosa, Baiken MINAMIMURA, who lectured on Neo-Confucianism, became known as the founder of Nangaku (Neo-Confucianism in Tosa); in Hokuriku region, Nobutaka KIYOHARA lectured on Confucianism for various daimyo such as the Hatakeyama clan in Noto Province, the Takeda clan in Wakasa Province, and the Asakura clan in Echizen Province.
  293. In Totomi Province as well, Ieyasu removed Nobushige YODA from power and regained control of Futamata-jo Castle.
  294. In Tottori Prefecture and Shimane Prefecture, there is a custom to eat shiruko as zoni on the New Year's Day.
  295. In Tottori, the Oguchi-ha spread because Sada FURUTA, who was a student of Koitsu OGAWA, founded Tottori Gigei Jogakko (Tottori girls' school of practical art, now Tottori Keiai High School) and taught tea ceremony as a subject.
  296. In Toyama Prefecture, the consumption level of tororo konbu is particularly high where a variety of tororo konbu is on display in the glass-front showcase and some specialty shops sell tororo konbu by weight.
  297. In Toyotomi Chinzei Gunki (Kyushu War Chronicles by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI), there is a description about him as, 'Shimazu Uma no kami Masahisa' (Masahisa SHIMAZU, Uma no kami), and seems that he was receiving an equivalent treatment to Taisho (general) in the Shimazu army stationed at Higonokuchi.
  298. In Tsubasa City, Niigata Prefecture, the place mentioned above in 'Province of Echigo Legend,' there is a yosakoi dance team named 'Shuten Doji' which performs dances based on the Shuten Doji legend at the city's 'Shuten Doji Parade' held every fall.
  299. In Tsugaru region of Aomori Prefecture and Niigata, Aichi and Fukuoka Prefectures, it is said that raccoon dogs called Sunamaki-danuki (sand-throwing raccoon dog) similarly throw sand at people.
  300. In Tsukigata Town, the bronze statue of Kiyoshi TSUKIGATA was also built.
  301. In Tsukiji Settlement, the bette gumi (auxiliary troop), which had been established by the Edo bakufu (shogunate) to provide foreigners with bodyguards, also carried out security and police duties.
  302. In Tsukimi soba, an egg yolk is used to resemble the moon.
  303. In Tsukuyone settlement at the foot of Hyono-sen Mountain, an ohomi uta (a poem written by an emperor or empress) has been passed down that is said to have been read by Amaterasu omikami on this occasion.
  304. In Tsuru City, where they used to have chatsubo gura (storage for tea jars), the procession is reenacted annually.
  305. In Tsurugi no maki (chapter named "Tsurugi" (sword)) of Heike Monogatari (The Tales of the Taira family), it says that the swordsmith was 'a craftsman of iron from Tang (China) living in a place called Deyama in Mikasa Gori, Chikuzen Province,' but the full details are unknown.
  306. In Tsuruoka City (Shonai region) in Yamagata Prefecture, the term "aburaage" generally indicates atsuage, while thin, fried bean curd is called "usuage" or "kawaage" (literally, "skin-like fried bean curd").
  307. In Tsuya, reading of the Bible, singing of the hymns, praying for the deceased, Kenka into the coffin, Kenka or Shoko by those present, a speech by a representative of the surviving family and so on are performed.
  308. In Turkey and China, the unequal treaty was understood as a privilege given to western countries and disadvantage to own country was not recognized.
  309. In Typhoon Hester that hit the area in July 1949, record amounts of total rain fell in the area, 519 mm at the site of the administration office in the field practice forest and more than 600 mm at Mikuni-dake Mountain in the east, damaging or destroying more than half of the buildings there, except the administration office.
  310. In Uda, they met brothers Eukashi and Otoukashi.
  311. In Ueda Soko School, the men's style of serving tea is distinctly different from women's, and the women's style has some similarities in basics to the counterpart at three Senke Schools, and the women's style of serving tea at Omotesenke School is different from the above mentioned.
  312. In Ueno village, Koga District, he fought against the survivors of the Heike clan of the Iga and Ise Provinces led by TAIRA no Ietsugu and TAIRA no Nobukane respectively; he defeated more than 90 people, but died at the battle.
  313. In Uji jujo (The Ten Quires of Uji), Roku no kimi got married to Nioumiya, and Ochiba no miya and Yugiri were lovingly together, living a relatively happy life. ('Yadorigi' (The Ivy))
  314. In Uji jujo (The Ten Quires of Uji), she loved the third prince, Nioumiya, tenderly together with the emperor, but she worried about his freewheeling behavior.
  315. In Uji, he devoted himself to the study of Buddhism under an Ajari (a master in esoteric Buddhism) for a long time, and obtained deep knowledge and faith.
  316. In Ujisato's diary records Nobunaga as saying 'the Gamo boy is no an ordinary lad and should not be among common people.
  317. In Ukai, the ujo builds a bonfire at the bow of small boat with a flat bottom and makes cormorants swallow ayu, which come close to the light.
  318. In Umezu village, there were two Oaza: Higashi Umezu and Nishi Umezu.
  319. In Uronri in suburban Daegu Metropolitan City, the Republic of Korea, a family who proclaimed themselves as descendants of Sayaka still exist.
  320. In Usuki, Oita Prefecture, there is a local dish called kirasumameshi (okara mixed with marinated fish).
  321. In Uzumasa, there is Koryu-ji Temple--Kyoto's oldest temple built by Hata clan to their guardian deity--where National Treasure No.1 Miroku Bosatsu, Maitreya Bodhisattva was enshrined.
  322. In Vietnam and elsewhere, traders row small boats in lotus ponds and collect morning dew from the lotus leaves in order to sell it.
  323. In Vietnam, a Sakuho-koku (a kind of vassal state) of Ching, the system of one era per Emperor was introduced when the Nguy?n Dynasty was established in 1802.
  324. In Vietnam, chimaki (a rice dumpling wrapped in bamboo leaves) are sold, and in India, a set of meal consists of curry and rice or bread like nan bread are sold at railway stations.
  325. In Vietnam, it is called 'Mo,' and is used as a percussion instrument.
  326. In Vietnam, its use subsided while France occupied Indochina.
  327. In Vietnam, the notion of Tenka appeared in the 13th century when the ethnic consciousness was whipped up by the Mongol invasion.
  328. In Vietnam, the title of taijoko was different from those in China or Korea, and meant the title of the monarch only in domestically.
  329. In Vol. 33 of Nehan-kyo Sutra (The Sutra of the Great Nirvana) and Vol. 56 of Daichidoron, there is a description that Taishakuten was called Kyoshika (Kau?ika)when he was a human.
  330. In Vol. 43: Biology of Yushin KIM, although praising Yushin KIM's great achievement of unifying three Kingdoms of Silla as outstanding, he also cited both Mundeok EULJI's intelligent strategy and Bogo JANG's military prowess.
  331. In Volume 11 of "Nihon Gaishi (historical book on Japan)," which was one of the bestsellers in the Edo Period, it is described as "Later in sengoku (period of warring states), such military forces were divided and owned by local barons (snip) after teaching them, Takeda and Uesugi became the best fighters.
  332. In Volume 25 of Shoku Nihongi (Chronicles of Japan Continued), written still later, in 797, it is written that the deity Takakamonokami (or Hitokotonushi) fought over prey with the emperor and was exiled to Tosa Province by the enraged Emperor.
  333. In Wa as well, Prince Shotoku and the Soga clan reformed national politics by sending Japanese envoys to Sui Dynasty China, establishing Kani junikai (twelve grades of cap rank) and introducing a Seventeen-Article Constitution.
  334. In Wagakki, delicate changes in tones are sought after and highly appreciated.
  335. In Wago (words of Japanese origin), they were called 'Hitsuginomikonomime'.
  336. In Wakasa Province, salt manufacturing facilities that seemed to be used after the eighth century have been found in the Funaoka site and the Okozu site (formerly Oi County).
  337. In Wakayama Prefecture, it is also called suzumeokuri.
  338. In Wakayama Prefecture, it is said that okurisuzume used to appear in Mt. Nachi (mountain).
  339. In Warouji, Nishi betsuin-mura village, Funai-gun county (currently Kameoka-shi City), it is said that if you walk near the Seiko-ji Temple in Warouji late at night, the ghost would appear under a Japanese nutmeg tree near the temple, and true to his name, it would appear as a Buddhist monk busily using an abacus.
  340. In Washington, D.C., he displayed a few hundreds of Japanese paintings in the guest room in order to introduce Japanese art, and also proposed the Ministry of Education that the antiquities should be preserved as national treasures in order to prevent them from going to foreign countries.
  341. In Western Christianity, such a service is called a Zenya-shiki service or Tsuya-shiki service.
  342. In Western Japan, noriko (riding kids) of taiko-dai (floats to carry drums on) often wear atsugesho similar to chigo (in some regions, the makeup is similar to kumadori of Kabuki).
  343. In Western Japan, people preferred using the old coins from the Tang and Northern Sung dynasties such as the Sung currency, and Eiraku-tsuho was not circulated very much until the 16th Century.
  344. In Western countries, containers for soft drinks were changing to bottles and cans after the 1960s, but the cup-dispensing method remained as mainstream only in the case of vending machines.
  345. In Western countries, it is seen as one stage of a large transformative movement in the Western modern sense of beauty and scientific perspective, comparable to the Renaissance.
  346. In Western cuisine, the raw materials of soup stock are beef, chicken, fish, vegetables, fragrant herbs and others.
  347. In Western floral decoration, flowers are arranged to create a unified form when viewed from any of three dimensions.
  348. In Western history, shogun is often used to address an outstanding warrior while busho is rarely used.
  349. In Western tales, the main character vanquished a dragon, saved a princess from captivity, and got married to her (see also the tales concerning Tiamat, the goddess in the ancient Babylonian myth, and the goddess Andromeda in the Greek myth).
  350. In Winter Siege of Osaka of 1614, Munenori served as a guide to lead the large-scale Tokugawa Army in Yamato Province; in Summer Siege of Osaka of the next year, he served as a personal bodyguard for Hidetada and in fact he killed seven soldiers to protect his master.
  351. In Winter of 1587 he was appointed as Jiju (chamberlain) with the rank of the Junior Fifth, Lower Grade.
  352. In Yabusame as a Shinto ritual, a devil mask is attached on the hat while Ogasawara-ryu school doesn't use the mask.
  353. In Yakusa no Kabane, michinoshi is also derived from a term of Taoism.
  354. In Yamagata City there are also Yamagata maiko who are the same as above.
  355. In Yamagata Prefecture, these skewers are always sold at sightseeing areas, festivals, and school festivals.
  356. In Yamaguchi City, Yamaguchi Prefecture, the "monument to honor Tadakatsu UTSUMI" was erected.
  357. In Yamaguchi Prefecture and the Kyushu region, fugu dishes are sometimes called 'fuku dishes' changing the sonant 'gu' to 'ku' (this is common in the tourism industry, but generally, it is called fugu.)
  358. In Yamaguchi Prefecture, Uiro is produced not only in Yamaguchi City but also in many other areas, among which Iwakuni City is known for its famous product called Furuta no Uiro.
  359. In Yamanashi Prefecture and Niigata Prefecture, the ni katsudon refers to katsudon.
  360. In Yamanashi Prefecture, dolphin meat from adjacent Shizuoka Prefecture was distributed.
  361. In Yamanashi Prefecture, former Kai Province, Takeda- bishi is seen everywhere from Kofu Station to ordinary houses.
  362. In Yamanashi Prefecture, the former Kai Province, Takeda bishi (the crest of the Takeda family) are every where, from Kofu Station to ordinary houses.
  363. In Yamanashi Prefecture, there are regions in which noodles such as hiyamugi are called 'odara' or 'ozara' because of the Kai Province dialect.
  364. In Yamanouchi-cho and Sakae-mura in Shinano Province, shredded daikon (Japanese radish) is mixed with buckwheat-flour and water and dipped in sobatsuyu to eat.
  365. In Yamashina Ward, both the old Tokaido and the Old National Highway Route No. 1, the present-day Shinomiya-Yotsuzuka-sen Kyoto Fudo 143 Go (Kyoto Prefectural Road 143), are called Sanjo-dori Street.
  366. In Yamashiro Province, the family that ruled the middle reach of the Katsura-gawa River and the lower reach of the Kamo-gawa River (the Yodo-gawa River system) greatly contributed to the improvement of these regions.
  367. In Yamato (Japan) in the seventh century and before, blood-related family groups, each called an Uji (clan), had been formed, and the Uji group heads formed the Gozoku class.
  368. In Yamato Province of Kinai region, there was no currency used for economy, but, Wa seemed to have been active in trade as it is stated that 'there is market in cities and trading is monitored by high ranking Wa.'
  369. In Yamato Province, nearly the entire region was manorialized by their own.
  370. In Yamato Province, the Ikki army charged into Nara to destroy the provincial governorate Kofuku-ji Temple and Junko TSUTSUI and Toshimoto OCHI, who were growing like daimyo (Japanese territorial lords) in the Sengoku Period in the province.
  371. In Yamato, after Prince Oama left, the Omi Court gathered troops in Wakyo (old city of Asuka) but OTOMO no Fukei took up arms and gained control of the army.
  372. In Yamato, they caused a disturbance by colliding with some other religious sects such as Kofuku-ji Temple and starting riots such as the Kyoroku Tenbun Disturbance and the Tenbun War.
  373. In Yasutoki shosokubun it was written 'any other shortages should be added to write in the future,' indicating the necessity of additional laws from the beginning.
  374. In Yasutoki's family, however, his second son, Tokisane HOJO, was killed at the age of 16 by a vassal on August 8, 1227.
  375. In Yatsushiro
  376. In Yatsushiro City, Kumamoto Prefecture, a himuro festival is held at Yatsushiro-jinja Shrine (myoken-gu) from May 31 to June 1.
  377. In Yayoi period, in northern part of Kyushu, flint arrowhead and stone sword of ground stone tools which originated in the Korean Peninsula were developed.
  378. In Yi Dynasty Korea, Shushigaku was losing substance but through Yomeigaku, Cheng managed to revive Confucianism.
  379. In Yokohama settlement a magazine called "The Japan Punch" began publication in 1862 and continued for 25 years, until 1887.
  380. In Yokohama, he made money on the concession relating to water supply works together with Yoshisuke KONDO, a former member of the Shinsengumi.
  381. In Yomei-gaku, which denies the existence of 'ri' outside of one's mind, people do not attain 'ri' through external knowledge like the Classics.
  382. In Yomeigaku, not only great readers but also ordinary citizens are considered to have a good chance of becoming sages.
  383. In Yosakai especially, numerous groups wear showy makeup to remind people of kumadori in Kabuki.
  384. In Yose (storyteller theater), a theatrical entertainment is performed last often as an alternative to rakugo (comic story telling) or kodan storytelling when the last performer does neither of them.
  385. In Yoshida Campus, especially in Main and Yoshida-South Campus, many buildings stand side by side in small premises, so the path between the buildings is narrow and there is little space for parking.
  386. In Yoshida Campus, many relics of the past from the Jomon to Edo period have been found.
  387. In Yoshida Campus, this is the last area that was enlarged for the university.
  388. In Yoshida Shinto, 'myojin' is used as "shingo" (a title given to a deceased person who becomes a god).
  389. In Yoshida Shinto, which was influenced by this, Kuninotokotachi no Kami was considered the same god as Ame no Minakanushi no Kami, and was positioned as Daigen-sonshin (root god of the universe).
  390. In Yoshida-South Campus
  391. In Yoshikawa-ku, Joetsu City, which is the largest Gohyakumangoku growing district in Niigata Prefecture, efforts to grow it with the Nagata agricultural method have been made since the 1980s and sakamai with improved brewing aptitude (such as sugar content, hardness and structure) have been produced.
  392. In Yoshimasa OYAMA's riot in 1381, he attacked Yoshimasa OYAMA of the Shimotsuke Province following the order given from Kamakura kubo (Governor-general of the Kanto region), Ujimitsu ASHIKAGA.
  393. In Yoshinobu's last years, SHIBUSAWA aimed to edit Yoshinobu's biography; he persuaded unwilling Yoshinobu and started "Sekimukai" meetings to hear stories directly from Yoshinobu.
  394. In Yoshisada's era, however, the head family of the Nitta family owned only a few districts out of 60 in Nitta-no-sho, and Yoshisada himself was a low-profile figure who had neither a court rank nor an official post.
  395. In Yuan Dynasty, the seals appeared in the works of Mengfu ZHAO and Miang WANG, and in Ming Dynasty a huge number of seigoin were used in and after the works Wen PENG and He ZHENG.
  396. In Yudanaka onsen (hot spring) in Nagano Prefecture, he showed how to bath in onsen, and he praised Yudanaka onsen as a hot spring for longevity.
  397. In Yuigahama where Yoshimori WADA was killed in action, there remains a place called 'Wada-zuka' (Wada Hill).
  398. In Yuikyogyo (the last Buddhist teaching made by Shakyamuni), there is a description which says 'Joto Sesshin Zaishin' (常当摂心在心, literally, always to be Sesshin).
  399. In Yuino (engagement ceremony), Yuino-kazari (engagement decoration) made of Mizuhiki is used (it may be omitted).
  400. In Yuyatani, he not only produced tea but also carried out improvements of wet fields and other operations and he was in a position to guide village people.
  401. In Zen Buddhism, a disciple's training is concluded by the presentation of his master's portrait and this specimen was presented by Enni.
  402. In Zen Kunen no Eki (Earlier Nine Years' War), his father Tsunekiyo turned against MINAMOTO no Yoriyoshi and supported the Abe clan (in Mutsu Province), who lost in the Battle of Kuriyagawa and he also died with them.
  403. In Zen-sect style architecture many ingenuities of design and novelties of technique are seen.
  404. In Zhenla (Khmer Empire of Cambodia), it was called 'bijinzake' (literally, beauty's liquor) since it was produced by women.
  405. In Zoroastrianism it is one of the middle-class gods, Yazata, and it has an important role as a hero and sun god.
  406. In `Chikugo Province,' personnel for falconry, gun dogs, balls such as white gem, sapphire, and glass beads were paid as tax.
  407. In `Koyo Gunkan,' it is stated that Shingen stated as follows.
  408. In `the Battle of Hakusukinoe,' Tsukushi no kimi sachiyama, the emperor of the Kyusyu dynasty, who was a colonel commandant, was held captive, which determined the defeat of the Kyushu dynasty.
  409. In a 'family' in the court nobles' society of medieval Japan, the following two factors were important to support the existence of the family: its territory, which constituted the economic base; and the family, which could be called its social base.
  410. In a 'mokkan' (a narrow strip of wood on which an official message is written: made after 'Taika no Kaishin' [Great Reformation of the Taika Era] till the introduction of the Ritsuryo system [a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code]) made in the period from Asuka-kyo place to Fujiwara-kyo palace, Omi Province was described as 'Chikatsu no umi' (近水海).
  411. In a Buddhist memorial service for late Emperor Shomu, Empress Komyo dedicated all rare treasure and bequest items to the Rushana Buddhist (盧舎那) Statue of the Todai-ji Temple, praying for the Emperor's soul to rest in peace.
  412. In a Chasitsu (tea house), a firing system similar to the Irori fireplace is called "Ro" (hearth), which is placed in a tatami mat room.
  413. In a December 27 Jimoku (ceremony of appointing officials), Munemori was appointed the post of Totoumi no kami (chief of Totoumi Province) in recognition of his services in suppressing the turmoil.
  414. In a July 23, 1005, article in "Shouki," a diary written by FUJIWARA no Sanesuke - who kept a certain distance with Michinaga - there is a description as follows:
  415. In a Kabuki play, by tipping back the unified floor and wall planes togrther with fixtures, the hidden back of the floor plane now appears as a wall plane in front of the theater audience.
  416. In a NHK documentary program broadcasted in 1994, Otani visited Okamoto's home and had an interview with Okamoto and his wife.
  417. In a Samurai family, an Uijin (first battle) was often implemented after one's Genpuku, and "Gunkan" describes the Ujin of Harunobu as an attack against Genshin HIRAGA, the lord of Un no kuchi-jo Castle, in Saku-gun in December, 1536.
  418. In a Shinto prayer, sin and impurity were washed away to the Nenokuni, and it was considered the root of evil spirits and noxious vapor.
  419. In a TV show called "ametalk" (a TV talk show of Ameagari Kesshitai, a Japanese comic duo) there was a segment featuring such performances called 'pointo shutsuen geinin' (literally, comedians who appear in a spot).
  420. In a bid to reverse the situation, various programs got underway in 730, including the establishment of a scholarship program that offered financial aid to two reki tokugyo no sho (reki students) chosen from among the excellent reki no sho.
  421. In a book "MINAMOTO no Yoshiie," Motohisa YASUDA wrote about it like that.
  422. In a book by Shigeru MIZUKI, a ghost cartoonist, it is described as having the powers to suck out a soul and that it sometimes frightens a person and sucks away the soul of the person, but there is no mention of primary references.
  423. In a book entitled 'JAPAN' that was published to introduce Japan in the US in 2000, Nakaoka's statue in Muroto is mistakenly labeled as Ryoma SAKAMOTO's.
  424. In a book named 'Jizo Reigenki,' it was written that he 'became a beggar at the gate of To-ji Temple as he ran out of a means of livelihood, ending up dying from hunger.'
  425. In a book published in 1888, the scientific name Saccharomyces cerevisiae was phonetically written as 'サッカロミセス・セレウヰシェ-,' and explained as 'microorganisms used for brewing liquor or making bread.'
  426. In a book written by posterity, the story takes an unthinkable twist.
  427. In a broad sense it is a kind of Daikan, but from the Muromachi period on the agents who ruled lands under the direct control of the Muromachi Shogunate were called Daikan, distinct from the Shugodai who was the Shugo's deputy.
  428. In a broad sense, Banjo included Zoshikinin, Sanni, Shicho, Onshi, and Ishi.
  429. In a broad sense, Dochu Shohatto is a collective term for various kinds of traffic regulations issued by the Edo bakufu and domains to people (including common people).
  430. In a broad sense, Kokyu is a generic name covering all the stringed instruments.
  431. In a broad sense, Nagamaki, Naginata, Ken and Yari are also included.
  432. In a broad sense, Tojo refers to city at large surrounded by walls (walled city) and, in a more limited sense, it refers to a capital or secondary capital city (Baito) designed and constructed in conformity with 'jobosei' (street plan of ancient capital) whose city area was surrounded by walls called 'Rajo'.
  433. In a broad sense, Waka means Choka (long poem), Tanka (short poem), Sedoka (head-repeated poem), Katauta (half poem), and Bussokusekika (Buddha's footprint stone poem), but in a narrow sense it designates only Tanka of 31 syllables.
  434. In a broad sense, dogo refers to 'specific small local clans' as opposed to large regional clans which control wide territories.
  435. In a broad sense, folded napkins for western dishes are also a type of origami.
  436. In a broad sense, hanko included all the educational institutions established by each domain, such as medical schools, Yogakko (schools for Western studies), imperial schools (national schools), Gogakko (schools of province) and girls' schools.
  437. In a broad sense, hatamoto included, in addition to the hatamoto in the narrow sense, the direct retainers of shogun who earned less than a less than 200 koku (200 straw bags) of rice crop, wore Setta (Japanese traditional sandals), were not entitled to ride on a horse, but was allowed to have an audience with shogun.
  438. In a broad sense, it also refers to buildings which have this type of roof.
  439. In a broad sense, it includes a temple town or shrine town where followers lived near a temple or shrine and created a community.
  440. In a broad sense, it indicates performances that include Shimai and Maibayashi (an abbreviated style of Noh); however, in contrast with Maibayashi, Shimai generally indicates a short dance without being accompanied by music, in which mai-goto (instrumental dances) and hataraki-goto (descriptive pieces) are abbreviated.
  441. In a broad sense, it indicates several kinds of Ise ebi that belong to Parimuridae (related species).
  442. In a broad sense, it is also used to refer to the Kinki area including Kinai.
  443. In a broad sense, it was a generic name of sekke, seigake, daijinke, urinke, meike (kuge), and hanke (kuge) that were eligible to become kugyo.
  444. In a broad sense, it was the school that was opposed to Hirosawa-ryu when Tomitsujiso was divided in two.
  445. In a broad sense, shaved ice covers a ready-made product available on the market that is mixture of finely crushed ice and various syrups in containers similar to ice cream in a cup.
  446. In a broad sense, shibai-banashi may also include performances where the central topic is derived from a shibai or performances that parody them.
  447. In a broad sense, stringed instruments of the lute family such as genkan (ruanxian) (four or five-stringed Chinese lute) and gekkin (moon harp) are sometimes included in the biwa group.
  448. In a broad sense, tarako includes roes of Pacific cod and fresh raw cod roes while in a narrow sense, it means exclusively salted "mako" (ovary of Walleye pollack).
  449. In a broad sense, the Ippon Shinno includes the imperial princess who was granted Ippon (Ippon Naishinno).
  450. In a broad sense, the daidan (great altar) and the gomadan (an altar used in homa fire rituals) used in the Esoteric Buddhism are also regarded as altars.
  451. In a broad sense, the status was the same as a high-ranking retainer (hatamoto yoriaiseki) that also meant being a direct vassal of the shogun.
  452. In a broad sense, the term "Japanese" is commonly and ambiguously used to mean "belonging to Japan" or "having a Japanese nationality".
  453. In a broad sense, the term 'kokyu' is sometimes used for collectively calling stringed instruments.
  454. In a broad sense, the term could include persons from the Chinese Continent.
  455. In a broad sense, the word could be used when describing the establishment of understanding with someone close; however, it originally meant connection with someone in a different position such as a master and pupil.
  456. In a broad sense, they refer to all the cultural products with a tangible form that were created by the cultural acts of human beings.
  457. In a broad sense, this term indicates a building with any roof of this style.
  458. In a broad sense, this term was used for indicating the highest responsible persons in a daimyo family or in an administrative body (Gotairo [Council of Five Elders] in the Toyotomi government were well known).
  459. In a broad sense, treasures that have been passed down at the shrine through generations can be included.
  460. In a broad sense, when Tomitsujiso is divided in two, it is the school as opposed to Ono-ryu.
  461. In a broader definition, Ninjo-banashi is composed of a prelude, the main topic, and the point as Otoshi-banashi, and some are performed in one time.
  462. In a broader sense, Genjina could be interpreted to mean names that bear no direct relationship with Genji Monogatari however, are names that are reminiscent of the grace that is encapsulated by the Genji Monogatari.
  463. In a broader sense, Shomyo other than Namu Amida butsu include: Namu Shaka muni butsu (Sakyamuni or Buddha), Namu Kanzeon Bosatsu (Avalokitesvara or Kannon Bodhisattva), and Namu daishi henjo kongo (the posthumous name of Kukai).
  464. In a broader sense, any road through which seafood was carried was called the saba road.
  465. In a broader sense, dentoha karate (traditional-style karate) comprises literally traditional karate organizations, namely koryu karate (old-style karate), hondo karate (karate in the Japanese mainland, such as organizations affiliated with the JKF) and Okinawa karate.
  466. In a broader sense, gold standard system includes gold exchange standard system.
  467. In a broader sense, it is a kind of Itabuki, and Itabuki includes the following types depending on the thickness of the boards used:
  468. In a broader sense, it refers to the political trend starting with the collapse of the second Saionji Cabinet to the first Yamamoto Cabinet through the third Katsura Cabinet.
  469. In a broader sense, seii taishogun who preceded Yoritomo can be included: MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka and the founder of the Muromachi bakufu of the same Kawachi-Genji (Minamoto clan).
  470. In a broader sense, the term of Chosen Tsushinshi is used for indicating all of the Korean envoys that came to Japan in the Muromachi period to the Edo period, but in a narrow sense, this term is used mostly for indicating those in the Edo period.
  471. In a broader sense, this term also indicates a building with a roof of this type.
  472. In a business district where the law obliges installation of a speed recorder on a taxi, a tachograph that records speed, time, and distance on a disk-shape paper is installed on taxis.
  473. In a cabinet meeting (of the so-called rusu seifu - government while heads were away) in June 1873, Taisuke ITAGAKI, Sangi (the Councilor), claimed to dispatch a battalion of Army to Korea to resolve the deadlock in negotiations, and Takamori SAIGO demanded that an envoy be dispathced and he be appointed as the envoy.
  474. In a calligraphic aspect, since Dosai TAKAHASHI, a Japanese classical scholar in the Edo period introduced its value, many writers and artists have visited Tago hi.
  475. In a case where a fresh egg is available, take a bite without any seasoning to enjoy the sunny aroma of the egg, and then season it with soy sauce.
  476. In a case where the nengajo is posted after the period, it's canceled with a postmark of the day even if the other requirements have been satisfied.
  477. In a catalog from that time, is a distilling machine with the caption; "Wagener's new invention" is listed.
  478. In a ceremony executed by FUJIWARA no Yorinaga, he was appointed to hogandai (an administrative official of the Retired-Emperor's Office) along with MINAMOTO no Tameyoshi, and he guarded the Kasugamen Gate.
  479. In a cerrain year, there was a great fire in Edo; Yorinobu TOKUGAWA of the Kishu Domain was concerned about the shogun in Edo-jo Castle, and tried to go to the castle.
  480. In a certain reign (whose can it have been?) someone of no very great rank, among all His Majesty's consorts and intimates, enjoyed exceptional favor.
  481. In a certain reign, there was a lady (Kiritsubo no Koi) not of the first rank whom the Emperor (Emperor Kiritsubo) loved more than any of the others.
  482. In a certain sense, "shikkari" is used more often than "dosshiri," it is true that it is difficult for beginners to judge whether or not the taste is shikkari.
  483. In a certain sense, therefore, land stewards were ruled not only by the bakufu but also by manorial lords and imperial government officials.
  484. In a certain sense, these places conform to Jodo.
  485. In a chakaiki (record of chanoyu gatherings) written in the time of Rikyu, a meal served at a tea party was described just as 'kai' (a party), which illustrates that kaiseki ryori (懐石料理) has the same origin as kaiseki ryori(会席料理).
  486. In a cold area, an early-maturing type is used, and for a warm area a late-maturing type is used, and so on.
  487. In a cold area, strong resistance to cold weather is required.
  488. In a collection at The Cleveland Museum of Art.
  489. In a collection of death poems published in 1868 was found another death poem of SANO having a meaning different from the above poem.
  490. In a column on the first year of the Shoko era (Lu) compiled in "Chunqiu Zuoshi Zuan," it is described that, 'The former emperor composed music using Gosetsu (五節), using it to educate people.'
  491. In a common view, Harutsugu NAKAMURA was a member of the Nakamura clan in Inaba, however, different view existed.
  492. In a commonly accepted view, Kokatsuji-bon originated from Keicho Chokuhan-bon, published by imperial order using copper types that the Japanese army had plundered from Korea during the Bunroku campaign.
  493. In a concert, Hichiriki flute players play a main melody, while Ryuteki flute players produce such sounds that they match the main melody.
  494. In a conference on June 21, the Nagaoka domain petitioned for a stance of armed neutrality and an extension of time to persuade the Aizu Domain, and yet the new government rejected them.
  495. In a conference, one of the Cabinet members kept stating the obvious and the discussion reached a dead end.
  496. In a confrontation occurred between a certain steward in charge of a lord's manor and a family in the territory, the steward said 'I have lost' immediately after listening to the opinion of the family.
  497. In a conversation with her friends, Saiki says, "Today, I will go shopping with Grandma for shosei" (shosei are students who are given room and board in exchange for performing domestic duties; in this case equivalent to private pupils), to which her surprised friends respond, "When on earth did you start living as a young lady?"
  498. In a cooking book titled "Okusa-ke Ryori-sho" (the date of the book is unknown), whale meat-based dishes are described.
  499. In a cooking book titled "Ryori Monogatari" (a tale of food) written in 1643, ten whale meat-based dishes were introduced.
  500. In a cooking book titled "Ryori chinmi-shu" written in 1763, a whale meat-based dish called "kujira sobakiri" is described.
  501. In a cooking book titled "Ryori shokudo-ki" written in 1669, whale meat production area in Japan (to be described later in details) are described.
  502. In a cooking book titled "Shijoryu Hocho-gaki" written towards the end of the Muromachi period, whale meat is ranked number one of the fish foodstuffs, with the carp second, and followed by other fishes.
  503. In a creative routine a performer (Bunchin KATSURA) used the wooden clappers as the mouse of a PC, an exceptional case.
  504. In a crowded station, by using ICOCA Electric Money to the payment of the items, you can enjoy quick shopping and save the trouble of giving and taking change.
  505. In a cycle of 60 years based on the ten celestial signs and the twelve horary signs, each year is named a combination of one of the 12 kinds of animals and one of the ten kinds of elements (eto).
  506. In a dark night, when TAIRA no Suetake got across a river on a horse, an ubume was in the middle of the river and handed a baby to him saying 'Hold this!'
  507. In a degenerate age, a lot of angels are born in such a way.
  508. In a description about a tea party in which Sowa KANAMORI participated in on June 23, 1650, painted Mimuro-yaki is mentioned.
  509. In a desperate counterattack by the Hikone Domain, Jizaemon ARIMURA, Nenojiro HIROOKA, Tatsunosuke YAMAGUCHI, and Kaname KOIBUCHI incurred serious injuries and, after surrendering themselves, died by their own swords.
  510. In a different newspaper, Yamagata's funeral was ridiculed as 'a state funeral without the public.'
  511. In a dish which however is not called "katsudon," the ingredients of the tamagotoji katsudon are not put on a bowl of rice but are served on a separate plate; this is called a 'wakare' (separate) style.
  512. In a disturbance in the Bitchu area, the Miura clan was defeated by the Mori clan, cooperated with Naoie, after which many lords of a castle under the Mimura clan went to the Mori clan for help, one of whom was Muneharu SHIMIZU.
  513. In a document from the Nara period, Udon noodles are described as 'Mugonawa' (wheat rope), which is believed to have been produced by the 'hand-stretching method' adopted in producing Goto Udon and Shimabara Somen in Nagasaki Prefecture.
  514. In a document in the tenth part of the same column in the Nihon Shoki, Izanagi spurt out Oayatsuhi no kami.
  515. In a document submitted later to the Edo bakufu by Yoshimoto MORI, the lord of the Hagi domain, he wrote that the situation was as follows and it was Riuemon who started a violent action first.
  516. In a domain where both Kyunin and Umamawari existed due to family status or rank, the Kyunin were superior to the Umamawari.
  517. In a domain with both kumigashira and bangashira posts, the latter was higher in rank, although this is not necessarily true for all domains.
  518. In a domain, the Ometsuke officers were mostly selected from the retainers of the domain who were placed under Churo (the post immediately under Karo), Ban-gashira (a post in the domain government) and Kumi-gashira (also a post in the domain government).
  519. In a drama titled 'Motonari MORI (broadcast by NHK)', Tsunehisa was depicted as a man who was an iron-hearted scheming samurai and used even his death as one of his schemes.
  520. In a drinking party, he forced Tomonobu MORI who was a vassal of the Kuroda family, to drink sake, and had to give up a spear called Nihon-go, which was the family treasure.
  521. In a fairy story Kintaro, he was given a role to find Kintaro on Ashigarayama (Mt. Ashigara) by disguising himself as a logger and took him to MINAMOTO no Yorimitsu.
  522. In a famous fairy tale "Momo-taro" (Peach Boy), Momo-taro took Kibi Dango which was made by his grandmother.
  523. In a festival, the milk god who wears a mask of milk walks around with a smile.
  524. In a few days a rumor spreads among people and spectators swell up to a hundred.
  525. In a few domains, the Rusui officer, being responsible for guarding the lord residence in Edo while the lord was absent from there, and the Oshirozukai liaison officer were placed separately.
  526. In a few regions, it is celebrated following the old lunar calendar or on June 5th, one month later.
  527. In a film starring Bruce LEE, Game of Death was made with a plot that the hero fights a battle with each enemy on each floor of a Gojunoto as he ascends it.
  528. In a first appearance in Nobutoyo's documents, it was Nobutoyo and his uncle Nobukado TAKEDA who submitted sworn oaths among the relative members.
  529. In a folkloric tale "Journey to West," Jizo-o Bosatsu is described as he tells Gyokukotaitei (玉皇大帝) in Heaven about the violence of Sun Wu Kong (Seitentaisei, 斉天大聖), from Hell, as a master of the underworld.
  530. In a funeral ceremony, a ritual is performed for the Kon of the deceased to travel around the seven worlds including Heaven and Hell.
  531. In a game from Sierra, "Swat 2," a backroom manipulator of a terrorist organization who identify himself as 'Basho' and composes strange haiku (Japanese poems) in English.
  532. In a general recipe, husk hair and broil to scrape off the remaining hair.
  533. In a general sense, the term `goshi` came to refers to lower-ranking samurai residing in rural villages.
  534. In a general theory, it is said that he crossed the sea to south Song in 1223 with Dogen, came back to his own country after five years, wandered around the whole country, discovered the soil that was appropriate for earthenware in Seto of Owari Province and opened the kiln.
  535. In a gyudon chain store, the tsuyudaku-related cost is said to reach hundreds of million yen.
  536. In a haiku, you need to express yourself within the limit of seventeen syllables.
  537. In a heated discussion over the pros and cons of the signing of the treaty in the presence of the Emperor, Iemochi could not bear the tension and began to cry.
  538. In a heated flat pan, melt butter and add batter made by beating together buckwheat flour, milk, eggs, and beer and cook until done.
  539. In a hill at the back of the temple, there is Gentazuka (Tumulus of Genta) where an arm of Kagesue KAJIWARA, the eldest son of Kagetoki KAJIWARA is reported to have been buried.
  540. In a historical material "Ko Soshu Taishu Minamoto no Kimimochi Fusakage Ryouinden Komon Joyo Zenmon Gyojo" it is stated Toyoyuki was killed as a treacherous retainer.
  541. In a history museum in Parthenon Tama located near Tama-center Station, a model stone chamber of the Inarizuka-kofun Tumulus and a part of the floor taken from the stone chamber, etc are displayed, in addition to the panels that introduce the Inarizuka-kofun Tumulus.
  542. In a home-cooking book titled "Nichiyo kenyaku ryori shikata sumo banzuke" published in the Tenpo era, a whale meat-based dish was ranked at the 16th of maegashira (sumo wrestlers in the makuuchi [senior-grade] division who rank below the komusubi) in a ranking of summer dishes.
  543. In a itsubun (unknown or lost writings) of "Owari no Kuni Fudoki" (Records of the culture and geography of the Owari Province), his name is written as 品津別皇子.
  544. In a kendo match, if an air of enjoying the victory (such as pumping one's fists into the air) is observed, it may be regarded as an act of arrogance and having no zan-shin, and the winner may be judged as the loser.
  545. In a kyakushiki (amendment of the ritsuryo code) on September 3, 728, Myoho hakase was instituted at the same time as Monjo hakase (Professor of Literature).
  546. In a large community, several headmen (nanushi or shoya) held a meeting, and governed the community.
  547. In a large domain, for example, the Maeda family in the Kaga domain, the number of the families with status high enough to produce Karo officer reached up to 70.
  548. In a last-ditch attempt, the nine-tailed fox appeared in Sadanobu's dream as a young woman and asked forgiveness, but Sadanobu thought it was a sign that the nine-tailed fox had grown weak and thus initiated the final attack.
  549. In a later age, a hall for the maneki-neko was built in the precincts of the temple.
  550. In a later period of time, according to the "Kojiki," because Prince Oousu didn't attend breakfast and dinner meetings with family, he was attacked by Prince Ousu when he entered the bathroom.
  551. In a later period, in the time of Motomichi MATSUDA, he assumed his post as Shoshidai (deputy governor of the Board of Retainers) in the capital in Kyoto in 1522 under the reign of Yoshiharu ASHIKAGA, but he died at the Battle of Tennoji in 1531along with his colleague Muramune URAGAMI.
  552. In a later period, once all the direct descendants of the Kamo family had died out, Tomokage KOTOKUI, a member of a branch line of the Kamo clan, became Onmyo no kami (Director of Onmyoryo) and after Tomosuke KOTOKUI, who was the grandson of Tomokage, Reki Hakase became a hereditary post for descendants of the Kotokui family.
  553. In a later year, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI who became the ruler of the nation visited Kawanakajima.
  554. In a later year, he started using Isozaki as the family name.
  555. In a later year, when Omura was assaulted, she took care of Omura under Bauduin's medical treatment, and she was by his bedside when he died.
  556. In a lead pipe experiment which raised a controversy, Chizuko had two lead pipes, she herself said that she did not know the object in Yamakawa's pipe, so tried toshi on the object in the pipe for practice.
  557. In a legal code book, "Satamirensho" published in the Kamakura Period, it is defined as 'Azukaridokoro is the local clerical manager in the manor entrusted by honjo.'
  558. In a legend in Fujisawa-shuku (a posting station which was located in the present Fujisawa City, Kanagawa Prefecture), a family (Kawakami clan) appears which claims as the descent from Nobukuni ODA, the second son of Nobutoyo ODA, who was himself the son of Nobutaka's concubine from the Ozuma clan; this family is still in existence.
  559. In a limited sense, it implies Tsukimi on the nights of August 15 (the fifteenth night) and September 13 (the thirteenth night) of the lunar calendar (old calendar).
  560. In a manner, merchants had outwitted the bakufu's policy by taking advantage of the difference between shuzokabu amount and the amount of rice for brewing sake, but this time around, the bakufu got around the merchants.
  561. In a matchlock mechanism, performance such as accuracy of fire, shooting distance, and so on advanced greatly.
  562. In a meeting in which the council of the dormitory and the university authority participated, Nishimura proposed to reconstruct Yoshida dormitory as soon as possible while the council of the dormitory requested him to keep previous promises.
  563. In a melodic part, there may be sections with congruent rhythm (hyoshi-ai) or sections with noncongruent rhythm (hyoshi-awazu).
  564. In a memorandum left by a person associated with the Jimyoin line at that time expresses Godaigo's position as a 'One-generation head.'
  565. In a military epic "Seiryoki" (volume seven 'Shinmin Kangetu shu' is said to be the oldest agricultural treatises in Japan) which is said to have been written by a retainer of the Iyo Saionji clan, Kiyoyoshi DOI, there is a description on the clan, however, it is said that the description lacks the credibility.
  566. In a military epic 'Kohokuki,' its name appears as one of the 12 clans of konpon hikan (primal vassals), in which such clans as the Imai, the Kawake, the Akao, the Anyoji and the Mitamura were also included.
  567. In a modern classification, the idea that divided archery into busha (archery for battle) and reisha (archery for ceremony) has become the main common practice.
  568. In a moment, the fire spread into the residence housing the Palace, although there was no wind.
  569. In a more colloquial translation, "Izanami kept chasing Izanami until (he) reached the foot of Yomotsuhirasaka," where "foot" (sakamoto) refers to the foot of both a downhill and an uphill path.
  570. In a more limited sense, full-contact karate refers to organizations that adopt the rules by which 'all direct-attack techniques other than a punch to a face are allowed,' as represented by Kyokushin Kaikan and its offshoots.
  571. In a more limited sense, it means hitoe (a single layer of kimono) in yukata style (an informal cotton kimono's style) worn by Shinto priests, miko (shrine maiden) and ascetic Buddhist monks in divine rituals.
  572. In a more limited sense, it refers to a person stationed in an office of the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) who stood guard for the seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") and his palace.
  573. In a mountain village, I haven't dreamed for a while, but I get used to it and sleep in pine breeze on the peak (With the heart of mountain village, "Gyokuyo Wakashu" Volume 16, Zouka (Other Poetry) 3).
  574. In a music program of TV Asahi Corporation, a Tomomi KAHARA happily talked with its host, Tamori that she liked to eat "regular size tsuyudaku with tama (raw egg)" at the Yoshinoya Harajuku shop.
  575. In a narrow meaning, the Suino family refers to the family line descended from the twelfth generation descendant of Motokuni, Motosada HIRATA who lived during the Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States)--Motosada's son Motokiyo--Motokiyo's adopted son Mototada.
  576. In a narrow sense it indicates Daigo-san-ryu (Rishoin-ryu, Sanpoin-ryu and Kongooin-ryu) and Kajuji-san-ryu (Zuishinin-ryu, Anshoji-ryu, Kajuji-ryu).
  577. In a narrow sense it means to guard the seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") of the Muromachi shogunate in Kyoto at the end of the Muromachi Period (Sengoku Period in Japan), and as a result it was considered to obtain the authority necessary to control the whole country.
  578. In a narrow sense, Kannin means the officials of Shitokan and the officials at the government posts of Honkan, both of which had corresponding court ranks, except for Gunji; and in a broad sense, Kannin collectively means the officials including Gunji and officials without corresponding court ranks such as Tukaibe, Tomobe, and Toneri.
  579. In a narrow sense, Ninna-san-ryu (within the school of Hirosawa-ryu) and Hirosawa-san-ryu are together called Hirosawa-roku-ryu.
  580. In a narrow sense, Sanno Shinto is Shintoism before Tenkai in the Edo period.
  581. In a narrow sense, Suribachi cookware is unique to Japan as mentioned above, but in a broader sense, other cookware which are used for the same purpose in other countries are also called Suribachi in some cases.
  582. In a narrow sense, hatamoto indicated direct retainers of the shogun with a 200 koku (200 straw bags) or more but less than 10,000 koku of rice crop, excepting the families with the Kotaiyoriai status, the Koke families and the Kiregawa clan that was treated as a daimyo though earned less than a less than 10,000 koku of rice crop.
  583. In a narrow sense, however, they are distinct from gagaku, being specifically created for religious festivals.
  584. In a narrow sense, it denoted urinke or lower ranks among them and it was also called hiratosho.
  585. In a narrow sense, it is the system to regard gold as the standard money that forms basis of the monetary system in a country, giving the governmental recognition of free coinage and melting, and admitting unrestrained passableness.
  586. In a narrow sense, it means intangible cultural products such as music and applied arts, which belong to one category of cultural properties specified by the Act on Protection of Cultural Properties of Japan or ordinances of local public bodies.
  587. In a narrow sense, it refers to the Tobaku movement that aimed at an overthrow through the exercise of military power, but in a broad sense the meaning includes political maneuvers targeting the transfer of political power without military conflict.
  588. In a narrow sense, it refers to the color selected by the Intercolor (International Study Commission for Color) or the Japan Fashion Association.
  589. In a narrow sense, it refers to the opening line of "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan): 'Long, long ago, when the heaven and the earth were not separated yet, and light and darkness were not distinguished...'
  590. In a narrow sense, it sometimes refers to the art products during the Sung (dynasty), the Yuan (dynasty) and the Ming periods.
  591. In a narrow sense, the Asuka Period lasted for 102 years, from 592 to 694, the time at which the capital was moved to Fujiwara.
  592. In a narrow sense, the Genji Shoguns are identified as three generations of Shoguns that commenced with MINAMOTO no Yoritomo (who set up the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun)), MINAMOTO no Yoriie and MINAMOTO no Sanetomo.
  593. In a narrow sense, the supreme command meant the military command powers which were decision of strategy, planning of military operation, and the supervision and command committed by the Emperor to the military experts, the Chief of the General Staff and the President of the Naval General Staff.
  594. In a narrow sense, they are a type of cultural properties stipulated in the Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties and ordinances of the local public entities, and it refers to cultural products with a tangible form including buildings and other structures, and works of fine arts and crafts.
  595. In a narrow sense, today it refers to 'Religious Corporation Nichiren sect,' the largest sect among the sects saying Nichiren was their founder.
  596. In a narrower sense, it may refer to the southern area of Mt. Daimonji (Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City) to the south of Yamanakagoe (a main road called Shimogamo-Otsu Line toda), excluding Mt. Hiei.
  597. In a narrower sense, it refers to karate as associated with the JKF, which adopts sundome rules, as well as organizations affiliated with JKF.
  598. In a nest of wagtails in the corner of the latticework in a Mountain Hall,Three chicks cry, waiting for their mother (at the West Tower on Mount Hiei)
  599. In a non-powdered green tea ceremony, a teiran (basket for storing and carrying a set of tea utensils) is available.
  600. In a northern sea, there is a fish called rifun (also called chifun or shifun, which is a Chinese legendary animal born of a dragon).'
  601. In a notebook of history and materials in the Nara period, cited in "Yakushiji Engi" (The History of The Yakushi-ji Temple) compiled in the eleventh century, there is a description; 'Of four pagodas established in Yakushi-ji Temple, two pagodas are in the original temple.'
  602. In a novel "Doro no kawa" (Muddy River) (written by Teru MIYAMOTO) set in Osaka in 1956, the performance of danjiri-bayashi in 'hetari' style at Fukushima-tenmangu Shrine is depicted.
  603. In a novel by Baku YUMEMAKURA "Onmyoji " (The Sorcerer) and Manga comic version "Onmyoji" by Reiko OKANO, Hiromasa appears as the partner of the main character, ABE no Seimei.
  604. In a novel entitled 'Shiro no Shokei (literally, White Execution)' written by Ranzo OTA, (in 2004, paperback edition was published by Kodansha Ltd.), a condemned, who is falsely charged, is executed but resuscitates thanks to his hardened neck through wrestling training, then he is set free and chases the real culprit.
  605. In a number of places there are notes made in minute handwriting, which relate to lettering styles and the like, and indicate that there were multiple revisions.
  606. In a nutshell, 'mandala' is a painting that combines plural elements and express a certain religious world view as a whole.
  607. In a nutshell, Jodo Shinshu Sect prohibits monto from conducting monoimi.
  608. In a painting, fujin is portrayed as an ogre-like figure, carrying a large bag that is used like a pair of bellows (a tool for sending the wind).
  609. In a part of Kansai area, PiTaPa Cards are available.
  610. In a part of Shizuoka Prefecture, kezuribushi of iwashi (shavings of dried sardines) are popularly used.
  611. In a passage of a noh play "Tamura," there is a line which describes 'Kijin (a fierce god) enveloped in dark clouds, throwing off sparks.'
  612. In a period drama called "Master-Less Samurai (Suronin), Daikichi HANAYAMA" starring Jushiro KONOE, okara appears as a favorite food of the main character, Daikichi HANAYAMA played by Konoe.
  613. In a period film and the like, often a criminals is put on a bareback horse, but in reality a horse used for shichu-hikimawashi was saddled with a straw mat on top.
  614. In a period when painters in the West reached a deadlock in modern expression techniques, an encounter with Japanese art became an opportunity to free their minds from the customs restrained by tradition.
  615. In a perspective view of the history of koto music, "Chidori no Kyoku" must have been one of big turning points to new koto music.
  616. In a pictorial diagram called 'Todaiji Sankai Shii-zu (painting of mountain border of four path to Todai-ji Temple)' dated 756, both 'Shinyakushi-ji Temple' and 'Kozen-do Temple' were specified, therefore, their coexistence at that time is apparent.
  617. In a picture scroll on the biography of Kakujo, "Bokiekotoba," which done in 1351 during the period of the Northern and Southern Courts, two sliding Koshidaka-shoji in Mairado style on lower half were done in the priest's room.
  618. In a place called Shimomurata nearby, there is a pond where it is said that Sesson washed his painting brush.
  619. In a place not far from where the golden seal was discovered, the residential castle of `the king of Wana,' `Wanonanokuni' was located.
  620. In a political sense, the derogation of the bakufu's power to control Kyoto became apparent, and revived the influence held by powerful temples.
  621. In a popular edition of Taketori Monogatari (Tale of the Bamboo Cutter), the godfather of Kaguyahime (the Shining Princess) is 'Mimuroto no Inbe no Akita' and the name of the old bamboo cutter is 'Sanuki no Miyatsuko.'
  622. In a prayer, it is common to speak (loud or at heart) the address, name, and wishes of the visitor just after clapping twice.
  623. In a preliminary competition, Kinichi GOTO won in standing high jump, Sukekatsu IZUMITANI won in standing long jump, and Morizo SHIMODA won in running long jump, respectively.
  624. In a rakugo entitled 'Hitome agari' (Stepping up One by One), the story progresses as follows: '賛 san (meaning praise, and pronounced the same as 3) =>詩 shi (poem, 4)=>語(悟) go (saying or enlightenment, 5), and skip roku (6) and get to Shichifukujin (Seven Deities of Good Luck), which turns out to be the base material of stories.
  625. In a rare example of a success story a ryokan altered its business plan to target foreigners and groups of students, promoting its Japanese style budget facilities (so called bed and breakfast), and has regained profits.
  626. In a recent historic study of Japan, the scholars try to identify the reason why only Japan's revolution to modernize the country succeeded, whereas most Asian countries failed to modernize, or found it impossible to modernize.
  627. In a record dated April 28, 1195 in the "Azuma Kagami" (The Mirror of the East), a person named 'Nose Hogendai' attended a ceremony at Todai-ji Temple.
  628. In a record during the Edo period, it was described as kishi (a man on a horse, knight) and compared with kachi.
  629. In a regular shamisen, the upper face of the neck gradually curves down to the area where the neck meets the body (this form is called 'hato mune' (pigeon breast)).
  630. In a report by professor Hirayama's of Tokyo University of Agriculture in 1959, there were two examples cited, but most were buried in the ground and this was a difficult situation for restoration.
  631. In a room having a tokonoma, the side close to tokonoma is regarded as Kamiza, and it is regarded as the center of the room.
  632. In a room of Mitsuhide's accommodation in Mt. Atago.
  633. In a room with no light, Genji mistook her for Utsusemi and had an affair with her.
  634. In a room, Gengobe finds an infant Koman bore Sangoro; he lifts the infant in his arms and comes out of the room.
  635. In a round container which is modeled after a pufferfish, pufferfish tempura, pufferfish poached with soy sauce and sugar and edible wild plants are placed on top of fugumeshi, in which rice is cooked with pufferfish soup stock.
  636. In a sacred ground tour such as the 88 Shikoku sacred sites pilgrimage, goshuin may be given on a byakue costume to be worn during the pilgrimage.
  637. In a scene where noodle like udon (Japanese wheat noodle) is eaten in a Rakugo, a folded Sensu is often used to substitute for chopsticks.
  638. In a second half of the early-modern times, as headmen (naushi or shoya) accumulated lands of impoverished petty peasants, their landowner-like character grew, and those with the latter aspcet increased.
  639. In a sense of crisis, Rokuhara Tandai invited the then-Emperor Kogon to Rokuhara, which he had designated as a makeshift palace.
  640. In a sense, Kanzeza aimed to advance in 'Tachiai Noh' by innovating its sarugaku.
  641. In a sense, all dishes can be said to be local when made for the first time.
  642. In a sense, it is a convenient way for eating game caught in fields and mountains.
  643. In a sense, it is a simplified sumiyoshi-zukuri style with a half depth.
  644. In a sense, it might remain to be seen how Kyoto would develop and surpass the achievements accomplished in the Ninagawa era.
  645. In a sense, the above was modeled after the relation between lords and farmers under which farmers worked at farmlands (cultivation) that were under the rule of lords and pay nengu while being protected by the lords.
  646. In a sense, the deaths of Shirai and Jakuen closed a chapter of Kansai Kabuki.
  647. In a series of transformative movements which shaped the Showa Restoration, activists insisted from the viewpoint that the Emperor was the symbol of the unity of people, Emperor's direct reign of Japan could open a closed society, but 'Wily vassals surrounding the Emperor' caused criticism against it.
  648. In a sharp contrast with the calmness of Japanese dancing in the previous scenes, the performance is vigorous and realistic in this scene.
  649. In a sheet music of a Noh song (Utai-bon), ioriten is used at the beginning of a word when a part of each Noh player including Shite (a main actor of a Noh play), Waki (a supporting actor) and Jiutai (Noh chorus) starts.
  650. In a short period immediately after haihan-chiken (the abolition of feudal domains and establishment of prefectures) it was the seat of the governmental office of Mimitsu Prefecture.
  651. In a short while, a plague started and killed many people.
  652. In a shrine of a certain village, a god having the name of 'Hitotsu-guruma' was enshrined, and it was said that people should never watch Hitotsu-guruma when it went through the village.
  653. In a shrine where parent-child gods (Shito religion) are enshrined, the child god is called Mikogami or byoei-shin (descendant deity).
  654. In a similar example, there is Hitachi-Omiya City which became a city after old Omiya City, Saitama Prefecture ceased to exist.
  655. In a similar manner, it is sometimes said that an ambiguous characteristic unique to Japanese houses, in which intention to clearly partition spaces is weak, can also be found in Engawa, which is not totally outside the building but not totally inside the building either.
  656. In a similar way, the compiling of "Engi no kyakushiki"conducted during this period was also intended to return the Ritsuryo system.
  657. In a similar way, there are other tales of divination by sounds from a kama.
  658. In a situation where troops were organized by a single samurai group, the leader of the samurai clan served as Sodaisho, or in many other cases, a Sodaisho would be selected from high-ranking warriors of a clan such as the Karo (chief retainer) and they held great authority in battles.
  659. In a small domain or a domain with a simple administrative system, the vassal ranking below the chief retainer was the yojin.
  660. In a small thatched house, over a folding screen, the wife is there.
  661. In a smaller team, they do not always have all the following positions, and it is not unusual that one person holds a few titles.
  662. In a society where government was not separated from religious rituals, the oracles they gave had the power to control a nation's policies.
  663. In a song of Tatsuo KAMON, who was a disciple of Kuniaki SHIMIZU, Mokugyo is used for special effects.
  664. In a state before the modern era, rights did not belong to the people, but they were types of favors given to those in power such as a state for their distinguished services.
  665. In a story of rakugo (traditional comic storytelling) called 'Chihayaburu,' there is a scene where a prostitute Chihaya who went down and became a beggar asks Tatsutagawa who became a tofu seller for okara and is rejected.
  666. In a strange twist, inquisitive sons of goshi (rural samurai) made use of these arrangements to volunteer as foot soldiers to serve in Edo as a means to broaden their horizons.
  667. In a strict sense, wasan refers to mathematics developed by Takakazu SEKI that flourished during the Edo period, but in a wider sense, it refers to mathematics in general practiced and studied in Japan before the introduction of mathematics from Europe.
  668. In a string of his monograph, Kosaka also restored Sanden of Rikujinshinka used by Onmyoji.
  669. In a such case as the yeast chosen has overly unique characteristics, however, it is often blended with another type of yeast to dilute it.
  670. In a survey conducted in the above four prefectures and four cities, 56.4% of citizens responded that the pollinosis countermeasure that they most wanted the administration to implement was the felling and pruning of Japanese cedar trees.
  671. In a surviving fragment of the Sarashina Nikki (Sarashina Diary), which records events around 1020 or so, soon after the Tale of Genji was written, the author, SUGAWARA no Takasue, writes that his daughter read the Tale of Genji "with something called 'Fu' beside her."
  672. In a sword instruction "Kaihokenjaku" written in 1830 in the Edo period, 'Hisakuni' is listed as the best old sword in terms of its artistic value.
  673. In a tahoto, a shumidan (an altar in the shape of Mt. Shumi) is usually placed on the first floor and Buddhist statues are installed on it.
  674. In a tea ceremony in Japan, various chawans are used depending on the season or the theme.
  675. In a tea ceremony party with a number of attendants or during entertainment at a Zen temple, each guest is served with one bowl of weak-flavored tea.
  676. In a tea ceremony, dry sweets are served before offering weak-flavored tea, but fresh (and moist) sweets may often be served in such tea parties or during entertainment, where the tea served is not full-flavored.
  677. In a tea garden, this is a tree planted near the eaves of the chashitsu (tea room), koshikake-machiai (sitting room) or azumaya (literally, four eaves) and so on, setting the mood.
  678. In a test on March 20, 1963, a train of 1000-type B-organization achieved the fastest speed in Japan of 256 km/h.
  679. In a theatrical performance, Kaishaku refers to assisting (taking care of) someone.
  680. In a total area of ten hectares, thirty two hundred plants of fourteen hundred and fifty species are grown.
  681. In a tournament, an opponent sumo wrestler who hated it finally exploded with rage and grasped ODATE's mage (topknot of wrestler's hair) and drew him down on Dohyo (sumo ring) (On the hoshitori [score sheet], the both wrestlers were treated as absence).
  682. In a tradition handed down from the ancestors of Mononobe no Sosa Muraji based in Sosa County, Shimousa Province, there is also a record that MONONOBE no Ogoto, who was a child of MONONOBE no Futsukuru and a younger brother of MONONOBE no Itabi, entered into the Kanto region.
  683. In a traditional Japanese house, a floored part and a unfloored part are jointed by a Daikokubashira (the main column of the house) as an axis.
  684. In a treatise on waka poetry "Shotetsu Monogatari" (Tale of Shotetsu), Shotetsu, a poet in the Muromachi period, wrote as follows:
  685. In a trial over this religious persecution, his lawyers were at first acquaintances of followers.
  686. In a tumble fight or a fight in a small area, it has an advantage against long handle weapons.
  687. In a turbulent social situation after the arrival of Commodore Perry, the shogunate lost its authority and caused social disorder and unrest.
  688. In a very tough economical situation, we appreciate the understanding for promoting sports.'
  689. In a war chronicle of the Sakuma clan, Morismasa was referred to as about 182 centimeters tall, indicating he was such a giant man, putting aside the authenticity of the numerical value.
  690. In a way, Saionji had two conflicting tendencies within him: the liberal thinking he acquired in France and his feeling of having to guard the honor of the Imperial family as the duty of his elite court noble family.
  691. In a way, it could be said to be a modern direct expression of how the composer himself really felt.
  692. In a way, it is valued as one of the events which caused Japan to set a direction to some extent.
  693. In a way, it may be understood as reasoning which obscures the war responsibility of state high command.
  694. In a way, it seems to be his best film that reflected his techniques and it is said that a set like that will be never seen again.
  695. In a way, its amorous and lyrical way of acting has a comical touch, giving unusual attractiveness.
  696. In a way, the Hayami-ryu school is believed to have originated in the event that Sotatsu was allowed to establish a branch school in order to be delegated to Okayama on behalf of Soshitsu when Soshitsu received a request for outside services of the tea ceremony at Ikeda family's residence in the domain of Okayama.
  697. In a way, this screen improves the appearance of the tea ceremony equipment.
  698. In a well-known episode in the chapter 'Hotaru,' he was tricked by Genji to see bewitching Tamakazura, with whom he kept communicating by mail, but his love for her was lost because Higekuro married Tamakazura.
  699. In a well-known letter sent from Ryoma SAKAMOTO to Kao HIRAI, Ryoma advised Kao to prepare Sojuro-zukin for her emperor-loyalist activities in male attire; this indicates that Sojuro-zukin was generally used by people at that time.
  700. In a while he arrives at Shimogamo-jinja Shrine and there appears the young woman.
  701. In a wide area, taking in East Asia, South-East Asia and Turkey, it is a custom to remove shoes before entering a building.
  702. In a wide sense, Japanese old calendar means all the calendars and eras adopted in Japan before the Gregorian calendar was introduced, but in a narrow sense, it means Tenpo-reki.
  703. In a wider context the term 'kuge-ryo' can include the estate of the imperial household.
  704. In a word, the emperor declared the establishment of Genro-in, Daishin-in, and local administrative assemblies and gradual shift to the constitutional system of government.
  705. In a word, the heioku was a house into which many anopheles could invade at nighttime.
  706. In a word, there were many turbulences in various districts before Yoritomo formed influence in Togoku (the eastern part of Japan, particularly Kanto region), and it led to attrition of the districts to suppress by dispatching Togoku Samurai (a group of samurai in the eastern part of Japan).
  707. In a word, they show the change of taste from thick and dry to tanrei and sweet.
  708. In a written copy of Teikeizu, a historical document written in the same period as Kikunsho, the Prince's name that should have been written as 儀義 was miswritten as 義儀, therefore, it can be surmised that his name was pronounced as "Noriyoshi."
  709. In a year of drought, the people in the mountain community climbed up the mountain prayed for rain by chanting "The god of the mountain likes flags. Let's bring flags to the god to ask for rain."
  710. In a yokai cartoonist, Shigeru MIZUKI's books, it is described as a yokai which has limbs coming from a big zori (thonged sandal), an eye near a thong, and a mouth below the eye.
  711. In about 10 minutes, the rice protein melts and becomes oligosaccharide and is liquidized.
  712. In about 1370, he organized his own company and brought his group to perform at Daigo-ji Temple, in faraway Kyoto City.
  713. In about 1471, Noritane succeeded as head of the clan because his father Suketane became a Buddhist priest (it is also said that he first claimed to be the head of the Chiba clan on this occasion).
  714. In about 1535, he enjoyed the favor of Yoshitaka SATOMI, who had won the Inamura incident and became the head of the Awa-Satomi clan, and was held in deep reverence by Yoshitaka ever since.
  715. In about 1582, he was given 5000 koku (a unit of volume: rice 1-koku is 180.39 liter) by the Miyabe family and became a chief vassal of Hidetsugu HASHIBA (later Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI) who was a nephew of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  716. In about 1847, he studied under Shusuke KONDO, the third generation grand master for Tennenrishinryu swordsmanship, that was spreading around Tama District.
  717. In about 1975, it was decided that the construction of the line in the section between Daigo and Nijo would begin.
  718. In about 1992 (mainly on Saturdays and holidays) a through train to the Sakurai Line bound for Tenri Station ran once an hour by extending its regular rapid service.
  719. In about 600, kemari was introduced from China to Japan together with the Buddhism etc.
  720. In about 998, she married a governor of Yamashiro Province FUJIWARA no Nobutaka, who was old enough to be her father; in 999 she bore him a daughter, FUJIWARA no Kataiko/Kenshi, but this marriage life didn't last long because Nobutaka died soon afterward.
  721. In about a year he passed down his position as Regent to his heir FUJIWARA no Yorimichi, and he solidified the system of succession.
  722. In about half of his works, kengyo YAEZAKI played the so or koto (a long Japanese zither with thirteen strings) and by YAEZAKI's good arrangement his works became more sophisticated ones as ensembles of shamisen and koto.
  723. In above-mentioned Sakai City, 'Oboro-konbu' also became popular.
  724. In academic areas, the terms in English are used widely regardless of the language used.
  725. In academic articles, it is also referred to as "Jodo gardens."
  726. In academic documents she is now customarily spelled "アマテラス" in katakana.
  727. In academic excavations conducted in 1987 to 1988, structural and other remains of the Burakuden hall were found, and the site has been designated as a national historical site, with the remains designated as cultural properties (archaeological materials).
  728. In accord with the Kazoku (peerage) system enacted in 1884, he received the title of Hakushaku (count) for the great achievements in the Meiji Restoration.
  729. In accord with the abolishment of 'Special cases for the laws enforced in Karafuto'(Imperial edict No.124 of 1920), Sakhalin was incorporated into the inland on April 1, 1943 in the name and reality.
  730. In accordance to medical practices at that time, there were physicians in charge of 'hondo,' or internal medicine, and others called 'zakka' covering all other areas of medical care including surgery, ophthalmology, dentistry, acupuncture and moxibustion.
  731. In accordance with "Nihonkoki" (Later Chronicle of Japan), Imperial Princess Asahara and Imperial Princess Oyake who didn't follow the retired Emperor Heizei at the Kusuko Incident, resigned Hi and left the retired emperor.
  732. In accordance with Hisamitsu's proposal, a new position Chogi Sanyo (Court Council Councilor), who was eligible for attending a Court Council (Chogi), was established.
  733. In accordance with JNR's revision timetable of March 15, 1972, made in the wake of the extension of Sanyo Shinkansen line to Okayama Station, Special Rapid trains ran at intervals of fifteen minutes while the timetable for the Keihanshin Local Line was drastically altered.
  734. In accordance with Kenshunmon in's wishes, there was a Saishokoin built within the in Palace and the hoju-ji Temple.
  735. In accordance with Kozoku Shinirei (Koshitsu-rei <the Imperial Families' Act.>, already abolished), when one becomes a legal adult, he is bestowed the order of supreme merit, and is given the Grand Cordon of the Supreme Order of the Chrysanthemum.
  736. In accordance with Michiie's will, Sanetsune ICHIJO's descendant inherited the position as head of the family after Michiie died.
  737. In accordance with Normal School Order in 1897, ordinary normal schools were renamed normal schools, and one or more normal schools were established in each prefecture.
  738. In accordance with Taiko-kenchi, Kokudaka (crop yield) for each province was defined.
  739. In accordance with Tsunayoshi's assumption of Shogun in 1680, she entered O-oku (the inner halls of Edo Castle where the wife of the Shogun and her servants reside).
  740. In accordance with a rapid increase of demand for reconstruction and the loss of the plates for woodblock printing by fire due to the Great Kanto Earthquake in 1923, shin-rakusui-shi became the mainstream.
  741. In accordance with an Imperial order in May, 1862, Yoshinobu HITOTSUBASHI assumed the role of Shogun-kokenshoku (one of three major posts of Edo bakufu), and Shungaku MATSUDAIRA became president of political affairs.
  742. In accordance with her will, the placing of body in the coffin and cremation were conducted with only her family present.
  743. In accordance with his father's will, Fusaakira finished compiling "Jikaku Daishi den" (The Biography of Great Teacher Jikaku).
  744. In accordance with his wife's will he did not have a foster mother raise the child.
  745. In accordance with his will, he was not buried in the Kuroda family's temple, but in Shugaku-in Temple (present-day Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City), a temple that retains his real parents' family grave, having a bamboo-shoot-shaped gravestone established for him.
  746. In accordance with his will, the Emperor was entombed in on Mt. Fukakusa, located within Fukakusa Kita no Misasagi in Fukakusa Bo-cho, Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City.
  747. In accordance with it, the number of Bunjin rapidly increased,they became common and secular and found their ways into various fields of society.
  748. In accordance with remarkable progress in archaeological study, detailed chronological studies have progressed, and so there are some contradictions between estimations by archaeologist and results of studies.
  749. In accordance with such a policy of the bakufu, domains voluntarily established regulations on people's behavior during journeys (The name of the regulations varied according to domains).
  750. In accordance with such orders, the Yamauchi clan tried to distinguish between the vassals of the Chosokabe clan, who were called Goshi (郷士), and its own vassals, who were called Joshi (上士).
  751. In accordance with that, Tadataka implicatedly slapped with kaieki sanction, too.
  752. In accordance with that, Water Resources Development Public Corporation (now Japan Water Agency) planned and built Shorenji Dam over the Shorenji-gawa River, and Nunome Dam over the Nunome-gawa River.
  753. In accordance with that, the study of political science was separated from 'Bungakukai' which it had belonged to, and became independent as 'Kokkagakkai' in February 1887 and first published "Kokkagakkai-zasshi" as an organ in March of the same year.
  754. In accordance with the 2004 revision in the Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties, this genre of cultural properties was established; the so-called "original scenery of Japan" such as tanada (terraced rice fields) and satoyama (outskirts of the country) fall within this genre.
  755. In accordance with the Commuter Limited Express train service, limited express trains began making stops at Takatsukishi Station all day.
  756. In accordance with the Designated Manager System, the Ritsumeikan Academy has been designated to perform the administrative operation of this museum since June 2006.
  757. In accordance with the Kakitsu Treaty concluded in 1443, the Korean Dynasty decided to set the maximum number of saikensen (annual shisosen) from Tsushima at 50 per year.
  758. In accordance with the Prince's order, OITA no Esaka headed to Omi province, AU no Shima returned to Prince Oama and reported "the failure to get the bell."
  759. In accordance with the change from the ration system to liberalization, wholesalers were designated in each prefecture.
  760. In accordance with the custom, he was usually dressed in girlish costumes when he was a child.
  761. In accordance with the development of Buddhism in China and Japan, the 'soni-ryo' or Monks and Nuns Act, which determined the regulation of monks and nuns (not of Buddhism itself) was introduced as part of Ritsuryo law.
  762. In accordance with the development of Katsurazaka New Town, Goryo Kitaoedayamacho, Goryo Oedayamacho from 1-chome to 6-chome, and Goryo Minegadocho from 1-chome to 3-chome were established in 1986, therefore, that there are now nineteen towns at present (the towns which have the name 'chome' are counted as one town).
  763. In accordance with the document, the conventional monjosho who were commoners or lower-ranked officials were essentially deprived of the right to write taisaku (a type of examination for prospective government officials under the Ritsuryo legal codes) which was regarded as a graduation examination.
  764. In accordance with the enforcement of a law regarding promotion of smooth transfer for elderly persons and physically disabled people in public transportation use, each company is making efforts in promoting barrier-free systems.
  765. In accordance with the enforcement of the Municipal Government Act in 1889, Fushimi town, Kii County was established.
  766. In accordance with the land readjustment project, Nekoya-cho was abolished and Kita Nekoya-cho and Minami Nekoya-cho were newly established in 2006, which made the current number of towns nine.
  767. In accordance with the name change, the services of 'Tango' increased to seven round trips.
  768. In accordance with the postal privatization in November 2008, Japan Post Service Co., Ltd. and KDDI CORPORATION produced a service of creating and sending New Year's postcards by mobile phone "Keitai POST" (cell-phone post), thus targeting young adults who are less familiar with the tradition of nengajo.
  769. In accordance with the practice of the Imperial Court that the court lady having a sexual relationship with the meperor had to get her head shaved at the same time as emperor passed away, Keishi shaved her head and became a Buddhist priest titled Kangyoin.
  770. In accordance with the prevalence of Japanese paper, tsuitate-shoji, made with a wooden lattice pasted Japanese paper on both sides, had been used in the Nara period, and the fusuma-shoji began to be used in the Heian period.
  771. In accordance with the prevalence of tea ceremony from medieval times to recent times, the tea room in the tea hut, which was the individual architecture for tea ceremony, had been built.
  772. In accordance with the prince's order, OITA no Esaka headed to Omi province, AU Shima returned to Prince Oama, but there is no description in "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) about KIFUMI no Otomo's afterward action.
  773. In accordance with the pro-Emperor principles, the Government rule of a state by the direct administration of the Emperor took effect but the political system underwent numerous changes before the Constitution of the Empire of Japan (the Meiji Constitution) was enacted.
  774. In accordance with the proper manner, 'bachi (rin stick)' is placed in the 'rin' at times other than during religious services and on the right side of 'kumowa' over the rindai during religious services.
  775. In accordance with the proper manner, the special rindai is placed directly on tatami mats.
  776. In accordance with the public stance that she is an apprentice because she is young, Maiko surely wears a long-sleeved kimono pulled in a tuck at the shoulders and sleeves.
  777. In accordance with the reevaluation of Tomiko HINO as a feminist, it is also thought that she was unjustly judged for opposing Tomiko (See the article 'Akusai').
  778. In accordance with the sellout of the cemetary after the war, her glave was excavated to research in 1959.
  779. In accordance with the system established in the Kanbun and Tenna eras, dispatch of envoys in behalf of the new shogun became established practice, excluding the case of Ietsugu TOKUGAWA, who died in childhood.
  780. In accordance with the tradition of Confucianism of the Mito Domain, she was called Bunmei Fujin (the lady of civilization) after her death.
  781. In accordance with the will of Emperor Meiji, Takajo was employed and cultivated under the Shikibu-shoku (Imperial Household Ministry) but the actual hunting by the Imperial Household Agency was interrupted after the World War II.
  782. In accordance with the will, he has been entombed in the Imperial mausoleum of the Empress Saimei (His aunt, Hashihito no Himemiko and his older sister, Ota no himemiko, have also been entombed nearby.)
  783. In accordance with the wishes of his father, Nagamasu, he became a priest.
  784. In accordance with these activities, the property-owing nine-community, which constituted the land owners, requested that the whole field practice forest or an area around Shimotani should be returned to the community.
  785. In accordance with this plan, the Construction Ministry Kinki Regional Construction Bureau (the current Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport Kinki Regional Development Bureau) implemented measures of flood control based on the amount of flood water caused by Typhoon 13.
  786. In accordance with this replacement, the number of services of 'Asashio' increased to five round trips, while that of 'Tango' decreased to six outbound trains and five inbound trains.
  787. In accordance with this traditional point of view, the Hanshin Industrial Zone centered in Osaka City and Kobe City is specified as a city (urban area), and the urban area centered in Kyoto City which is not based on modern heavy chemical industries is treated separately.
  788. In accordance with this, a new emblem was set, too.
  789. In accordance with this, in 1943 the government streamlined relevant laws and regulations such as revising the Liquor Tax Act to enable alcohol to be added to the ingredient of seishu, and the Alcohol Monopoly Law to enable alcohol to be sold to manufacturers of liquor.
  790. In accprdance with propagation of Buddhism to cold areas, underwear was used and, when it arrived in China, it had lost its original usage and become decorative, symbolizing the wearer as a priest.
  791. In actual fact, Hidaka had health problems which would make it difficult to command, and Togo, with the most experience of all the admirals at the time, was a very reasonable choice.
  792. In actual fact, Musashi died on the 6th; however, it is stated his will was dated the 10th.
  793. In actual fact, only earthenware in the early period and earthenware from during and after the middle period in western Japan, especially in northern Kyushu, is less decorative, but earthenware from other regions and periods often have various decorations.
  794. In actual operation, there was a tendency to be given higher Ikai in whole.
  795. In actuality, he was born a few days earlier than Oda's second son, Nobukatsu ODA; however, possibly because his mother's status was low and because his birth was reported late, he was acknowledged as the third son.
  796. In actuality, however, it was not Tameyoshi who orchestrated the massacre of Yoshitsuna's family (in what became known as the "False Accusation of MINAMOTO no Yoshitsuna") but Yoshimitsu, who was directing everything behind the scenes.
  797. In actuality, the only conflict to have taken place between sakimori troops and a foreign force was the Toi invasion of 1019 in which Jurchen people from the coastal region of China invaded northern Kyushu through Tsushima Island.
  798. In actuality, the term 'bakufu' to indicate a military government had not yet been established during this period, meaning that no one during the Muromachi period actually called the Muromachi government the "Muromachi bakufu.'
  799. In additiion, in this kyogen (kabuki act), Mokuami assigned two roles for Kodanji Ⅳthat required him quick-changes.
  800. In addition Aoki dealt with Hokushin (North China) Incident as the Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Second Yamagata Cabinet, and tried to intervene aggressively in the incident, detecting the movement of the powerful countries.
  801. In addition Kiyotake jito (Kiyotake land steward), titles such as Sakatani jito, Kitagawachi jito, Aburatsu-ko Port jito and Odotsu jito are found in the Obi Domain's register of vassals recorded in 1842.
  802. In addition Ninkan met three monks, Kanren, Jakujo and Kansho and initiated them into the secret arts of Daigo Sanboin school.
  803. In addition Tsunayoshi, having no successor, issued Shorui Awaremi-no-rei (the law prohibiting cruelty to animals) in 1865, which was a notorious law providing for extreme animal welfare.
  804. In addition another zeniza was established in Inomiya, Suruga Province in 1639, but mintage was temporarily prohibited in all the zeniza in 1640 because of a drop in the value of a copper coin in the previous year, and because many coins were too light.
  805. In addition because local merchants still continued to directly transport goods to open ports, the law did not produce satisfactory results.
  806. In addition both a maedare and a haneri (neckpiece) were given by young men to the target of their affection as they are relatively inexpensive part of a kimono ensemble.
  807. In addition he got an income by appointment of Kyoto's Five Mountains priests because the power to appoint was regarded as belonging to Ashikaga Shogunate, who had established Kyoto's Five Mountains.
  808. In addition he tried to revive the Muromachi Shogunate by giving hen'i (an official name) to Nobuyoshi HOSOKAWA and Akitaka HATAKEYAMA, who were Kanrei (Shogunate statesmen).
  809. In addition he went to fight with Ujikiyo YAMANA and Tokiyoshi YAMANA to hunt down and kill Yoriyuki HOSOKAWA in January 1380.
  810. In addition in the last stage of baiu, it often rains accompanies by thunder and it is called "okurizuyu."
  811. In addition it is not eaten by moths because a minute particle of mud prevents their entering and adhering between the fibers of ganpi.
  812. In addition she was a younger sister of Count Sakimitsu YANAGIWARA.
  813. In addition the Kishu Domain, which was one of gosanke (the three privileged branches), also opposed Agechi-rei.
  814. In addition the family name 'Kikuchi' written as 菊池 can be also found in present Nishimera-son, Koyu-gun, Miyazaki Prefecture, Kitasengi-cho and Minamisengi-cho, Isesaki City, Gunma Prefecture, Ibaraki Prefecture, Hokkaido, and Tokyo Metropolis.
  815. In addition there has been lack of new blood and insufficient human resources to carry on the production thus jidaigeki are becoming cliche.
  816. In addition there is a place to hang ema (votive horse tablets), housing numerous ema belonging to people wishing for good matches.
  817. In addition there were young actors, such as Tsurunosuke BANDO IV (later, Tomijuro NAKAMURA V (godaime)) and Senjaku NAKAMURA II (later, Ganjiro NAKAMURA III and Tojuro SAKATA (yondaime)).
  818. In addition this Ukai is done to win ujo's livelihood so that its stance is different from that of other sightseeing Ukai.
  819. In addition to "Keiteki Shu" he wrote numerous other books, including "Yakusho-Nodoku" (Treatise on Medicinal and Toxic Properties), "Hyakufuku Zusetsu" (Illustrated Exposition of a Hundred Bellies), "Shoshin Shu," and "Bensho Haizai Ito."
  820. In addition to "The portrait of Sanpoin Kenshun" owned by Daigo-ji Temple, "Sanpoin Kenshun Sojo Nikki" (Diary of Kenshun, Sanpoin Temple) is left.
  821. In addition to "daikokuzo","joze" and "ho", omodaka-chogin where hallmark of family crest of ichiran-omodaka was inscribed was regarded to be the trial of minting coin in the beginning.
  822. In addition to 'Choju-Jinbutsu-Giga' (Scrolls of Frolicking Animals and Humans), the temple is renowned for its numerous cultural properties including paintings, ancient writings and documents.
  823. In addition to 'heihaku,' offerings are also called 'mitegura' and 'heimotsu.'
  824. In addition to 'wafu' defined above, there are also some dishes, described below, for which it is difficult to make a judgment as to whether they are nihon-ryori or not.
  825. In addition to (6), the remains and forest scenery of Kii Mountain Range reflect the tradition of sacred peak which has been continuously and extraordinarily recorded over the past 1,200 years.
  826. In addition to Ameno Oshihomimi, the shrine also enshrines Ninigi and Kan Yamato Iwarehikono Mikoto (Emperor Jinmu).
  827. In addition to Anahobe no hashihito no himemiko, there was another princess titled "Hashihito", who was a princess of the Emperor Jomei and the empress of the Emperor Kotoku.
  828. In addition to Byodo-in Temple, the Imperial family and nobility successively built many large temples in Kyoto during the latter part of the Heian period.
  829. In addition to CHIN, casters with the family name of Kusabe including Koresuke (是助) KUSABE, who did not belong to the organization under the Office of Imperial Household Logistics, were also appointed.
  830. In addition to Edo kouta, there exist various kouta, such as Gendai kouta (modern kouta), Kiyomoto kouta, Tokiwazu kouta, Gidayu kouta (also called Toyomoto-bushi), and Shinnai kouta.
  831. In addition to Eight Views, there are examples of Four Views, Ten Views, Twelve Views and so on.
  832. In addition to First National Bank, he led the establishment of many local banks such as Shichijushichi Bank.
  833. In addition to Ho-o-do hall, Byodo-in Temple once included the following buildings.
  834. In addition to Hozan-ji Temple (Ikoma City, Nara Prefecture), the grand head temple of the sect, Joruri-ji Temple in Kyoto, Kairyuo-ji Temple in Nara, Futai-ji Temple in Nara, Gokuraku-ji Temple in Kamakura City, Shomyo-ji Temple in Yokohama City and so on belong to Shingon Risshu sect.
  835. In addition to Ichiban-yari, there was also Ichiban-dachi (first sword).
  836. In addition to Japan, countries of East Asia also adopted seclusionism during the same period which was called 'Kaikin.'
  837. In addition to Japanese 'Imperial Era,' there are cases where original eras different from the Western calendar system or Islamic calendar were established or old eras were converted to the Western calendar system for use.
  838. In addition to Jinja-Honcho, various denominations of Shinto and some of new religious schools of Shinto Sect use oharae no kotoba.
  839. In addition to Juo, three kings, who deal with the additional three trials, are considered 13 kings (in Honji [original ground or true nature], they are Jusanbutsu [13 Buddha]).
  840. In addition to Kaikei, other Buddhist sculptors of his school are also connected with this sutra.
  841. In addition to Katsugoro, the Miyagawa family included a daughter Rie (who died two years before Isami KONDO's birth), the oldest son Otogoro MIYAGAWA, and the second son Kumejiro MIYAGAWA.
  842. In addition to Kenren, he took other disciples including Kanren, Jakujo and Kansho who he instructed in the secrets of the Daigo Sanbo-in School.
  843. In addition to Kinpusen-ji Temple, there are a large number of temples from Western Nara Prefecture through Osaka Prefecture, believed to have been founded by EN no Gyoja.
  844. In addition to Kiyoshige KASAI and Tomoto ADACHI, Shigetada HATAKEYAMA, Shigeyori KAWAGOE and Shigenaga EDO, who turned against Yoritomo once before, also followed Yoritomo when he entered Musashi Province at the end of October (beginning of October in old lunar calendar).
  845. In addition to Kokin Wakashu, Tadamine's poems are recorded in an anthology of his poems, 'Tadamine Shu.'
  846. In addition to Kokushi, there were various staff such as Shisho (a person doing miscellaneous duties about documents), Kunihakase (teacher of Japanese classical literature), Kuniishi (local governmental doctor) and Yocho (laborer), whose numbers reached several dozens for small provinces and several hundreds for large province.
  847. In addition to Kunichika, his artist's appellation included Ichiosai, Hoshunro, Kachoro and Itto.
  848. In addition to MINAMOTO no Yorimitsu himself, the most famous warriors of the Settsu-Genji included MINAMOTO no Nakamasa and his sons, as well as MINAMOTO no Yorimasa, the only senior member of the family to survive the Heiji War.
  849. In addition to Meishin Highway buses, highway buses for other directions stop here.
  850. In addition to Mibu, there are nine other groups engaged in similar forms of entertainment within Kyoto.
  851. In addition to Ming China, on whom the Ryukyu Kingdom was dependent economically and for trade, the kingdom was also involved in a unique form of transit trade throughout a wide swathe of East Asia, including Korea, the kingdom of Malacca (modern-day Malaysia), the Pattani Kingdom, and the kingdoms of Annam (today's Vietnam) and Ayutthaya.
  852. In addition to Motoie's death, the successive deaths in the battlefield of the siblings Motoharu and Motoaki, who had been expected to be heirs to Motoie, led to the loss of power in the Kinai region and consequently to the sudden collapse of Motoie YASUTOMI.
  853. In addition to Nagasaki town governance, duties included trade with Holland.
  854. In addition to Niinamesai (a harvest festival) and Daijosai (a grand thanksgiving festival), new year-celebrating ceremonies, seasonal ceremonies, shooting ceremonies and banquets were held there, with the seat for the emperor placed in the official Burakuden hall when an emperor attended such a ceremony.
  855. In addition to Nobumasa, Nobuchika CHOSOKABE and Nobuyasu MATSUDAIRA were those who were not direct retainers of Nobunaga but were given Nobunaga's Henki.
  856. In addition to Nogi-jinja Shrine related to Nogi, there is another Nogi-jinja Shrine in the same Tochigi Prefecture; however, in spite of having phonetically the same names, they are from different schools of shrines with different backgrounds (According to tradition, it is believed that the different school of Nogi-jinja Shrine was built around the forth century).
  857. In addition to Oiso, where the clan had jinya (a regional government office), the Oiso-Negoro clan issued Hatamoto-satsu with a similar surface format style, in its territory in Uchi County, Yamato Province.
  858. In addition to Ojo Gokuraku-in Hall, the temple grounds also include buildings such as the Shin-den (emperor's residence) and Kyaku-den (guest hall).
  859. In addition to Osaka-jime which is widely performed in western Japan, different regions each have their own tejime variations.
  860. In addition to Otomoshu, there were several titles such as Oshobanshu (officials who accompanied the shogun), Kunimochishu (one of many honorary terms used for local governors who were heredity vassals of the shogun) and Tozamashu (military clans who were not related to the shogun's family or did not originally support the shogun).
  861. In addition to Ryoa, other important disciples included Yua (also known as Eei or Eiko.
  862. In addition to Sakafuneishi which had been known, several pieces of stonework of turtle-shape and coin-shape excavated in 2000 and the other remains found in the surrounding area collectively became known as the Sakafuneishi Archeological Site.
  863. In addition to Seigyoku's solicitation, Nobunaga ODA, Hisahide MATSUNAGA and Nagayuki MIYOSHI also offered assistance, but things did not progress smoothly.
  864. In addition to Shoko Hyakusoku (a hundred Shoko koan) by Wanshi Shogaku, it also includes introductory comments called suishi, partial short comments called chogo, and general comments called hyosho.
  865. In addition to Shuni-e, Shusho-e is also held in Todai-ji Temple.
  866. In addition to Sojuro and Tojuro brothers, the father and son actors Kanzaburo NAKAMURA XVII (junanadaime) and Kankuro NAKAMURA (present Kanzaburo NAKAMURA (juhachidaime), Baiko ONOE VII (nanadaime), Danjuro, Kikugoro, Kichiemon, Koshiro and Tomijuro took part from Tokyo.
  867. In addition to Sumai no Sechie at the Imperial Court, ordinary citizens also enjoyed sumo very much.
  868. In addition to Toshimasu, he supposedly had several real names such as Toshitaka, Toshihiro (or Toshioki), Toshisada, and Toshitaka (using a different Chinese character).
  869. In addition to Tsukigase Onsen (hot spring), which is close to the plum-grove park, Iga Ueno-jo Castle, a ninja house, and the valley of Mt. Kasagi where Emperor Godaigo secretly visited, are nearby, and if you go a little farther you can see Hase-dera Temple, Muro-ji Temple, Akame Shijuhachi-taki Falls, and Kochi-dani Valley.
  870. In addition to Ujikuni's fame as a warrior, he was eager to activate industries such as sericulture and forestry, and left significant achievements.
  871. In addition to Yoshinobu, the punitive force of Tenguto lined up a larger and stronger army against Tenguto.
  872. In addition to a big one of confrontation between Cloistered Emperor and Yoritomo over treatment of Yoshitune, there were some others such as Kanezane's assumption of the post of regent, deaths of Gyohen and Gyoko (行隆), as well as dismissal of Takamoto.
  873. In addition to a boarding fee, students pay utility expenses and a membership fee for dormitory council.
  874. In addition to a crystal reliquary urn and scriptures, the items contained within the statue include unique lists of the names of individuals concerned with statue's creation written in monochrome ink on leaves (6).
  875. In addition to a katteguchi, a kyujiguchi is sometimes built to bring in meals.
  876. In addition to a large lawn area, a central square, Inochi no Mori (a natural habitat area), the Suzaku no Niwa Garden and facilities, such as Midori no Yakata (the House of Green), tram cars used by Kyoto City Trams are kept there as well.
  877. In addition to a meal, zuhatsu is used as a bowl in which to receive offerings when an ascetic is in takuhatsu (mendicancy).
  878. In addition to a noise on floors, walls and architecture were also designed to make a sound.
  879. In addition to a project room for the Rohm Memorial Plaza Project, Career Center and the general affairs department of university are located.
  880. In addition to a service going up and down the line, there is a direct extended service from Takeda Station to Kintetsu Kyoto Line.
  881. In addition to a tea bowl by the Raku family, and natsume (a container for powdered tea) and kogo (incense box) by Ikkan HIKI, Sotan also favored a kettle by Kuhe NISHIMURA; although Kuhe's name is not listed among the current Senke jissoku, he left many works.
  882. In addition to accommodations, there is a spa station where anyone can buy 200 liters of hot spring water for 100 yen.
  883. In addition to actively compiling Inpu (compilation of seal marks) and writing discussions regarding tenkoku, he published books of "Tofu Hyakuchin" and "Tofu Hyakuchin Continued" under the name of Suikyodojin Kahitsujun, which became bestsellers.
  884. In addition to akuto who invaded manor governance from the outside, ezo (northerners) and kaimin (people who lived and worked on the seas) who committed piracy were also called akuto, which based on the concept of seeing outsiders of the system as akuto.
  885. In addition to also being appended to the end of Utai RYOHO's "Takasago Zozosho" published in 1736, there are the copies owned by institutions such as Shokokan.
  886. In addition to ashigaru or buke hokonin, there existed yoriki, doshin, tedai (clerk) in the magistrate's office and so on.
  887. In addition to autumn, the chrysanthemum seems to have another peak season, because it becomes more beautiful on changing its color to purple (a poem by KI no Tsurayuki and selected in "Kokin Wakashu" [A Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry])
  888. In addition to baking, it can also be cooked by steaming or boiling.
  889. In addition to battles which were conducted at Arioka-jo Castle and its neighborhood, certain battles were conducted in Rokko mountains in relation to the war of Arioka-jo Castle.
  890. In addition to becoming Monzeki (head priest of a temple who is a member of the Imperial Family) of Bishamon-do Temple, he successively served as the head priest of Mt. Nikko (Nikko Toshogu Shrine, Rinno-ji Temple) and Mt. Toei (Kanei-ji Temple).
  891. In addition to being Hikaru Genji's old friend and brother-in-law, this person was also his rival in politics and in love.
  892. In addition to being a sculptor and repair specialist of Buddhist statues and Buddhist priest, he wrote guide books for Buddhist statues for general readers.
  893. In addition to being developed as the transfer to the cable car to Mt. Hiei, the vicinity of Yase-Hieizanguchi Station was developed mainly by Kyoto Dento and local organizations, right from the beginning of service.
  894. In addition to being dismissed from the court position, he was captured with his legal son, MINAMOTO no Suemori, and was beheaded.
  895. In addition to being famous for its cherry blossoms and autumn leaves, a panoramic view of the city of Kyoto and Mt. Hiei can be seen from various places in the temple precinct.
  896. In addition to being operated on the Yamatoji Line and the Osaka Higashi Line, these cars are also operated on the Sakurai Line and the Wakayama Line in the early morning and during rush hour.
  897. In addition to being the enshrined deity of Mt. Fuji at Fujisan Hongu Sengen-taisha Shrine (Fujinomiya City, Shizuoka Prefecture), she is also enshrined at Sengen-jinja Shrines all over Japan.
  898. In addition to being the road for pilgrimage to Mount Koya, it was also one of the very few routes crossing Kawachi Province in the north-south direction.
  899. In addition to being the son of Yorinaga and adopted by his grandfather, FUJIWARA no Tadazane, he received the estate of Iyo no kuni (Iyo Province) and held the post at Konoefu (Division of Inner Palace Guards) early despite being the second son.
  900. In addition to being used as an ingredient in cakes, it has attracted attention as a diet food because it has very few calories and deters the intestinum from absorbing oil and sugar.
  901. In addition to black- or white-colored board-shaped types, twisted types and ball-shaped types flavored with green laver, sesame, citron, or cayenne pepper powder are available.
  902. In addition to bonito, the following fish products processed in a similar way, though most of them are at best arabushi:
  903. In addition to cake named after shops or manufacturers, there are also cases in which names are related to events or festivals held at places where imagawa-yaki are sold; for example 'GI-yaki' which is sold in racetracks of the Japan Association for International Horse Racing.
  904. In addition to carp sometimes other ingredients are added such as tofu (bean curd) and daikon (Japanese radish).
  905. In addition to cars used by the Keihan Main Line, Keihan Type 300 (second generation) electric cars, which were used by the Keihan Otsu Line, were also received here and sent to the Keihan Otsu Line via the connection line located within the premises of Sanjo Station (Kyoto Prefecture).
  906. In addition to cha jan myon, chanpon (a noodle dish), udon, fried rice and subuta (sweet and sour pork) are also delivered.
  907. In addition to commercial buildings peculiar to a hanamachi, general restaurants also stand side by side.
  908. In addition to cutting down trees for wood, around Nodabata, clearings were burnt off to be used as hayfields.
  909. In addition to delivering many lectures and propagating many works, Kaido also collated many Buddhist scriptures and treatises.
  910. In addition to denso, shozei (rice tax) and suiko (seed rice used for government loan system) were also imposed.
  911. In addition to designing a total of 36 prefectural government offices, museums, and various types of buildings for the Imperial Household Department in his job, he designed 14 residences for aristocrats in between his civil services.
  912. In addition to economics-related books, he also left kenbunroku (essays) written in Kanbun (classical Chinese), poetry, and created Waka.
  913. In addition to elaborate Sansui-ga (Chinese-style landscape painting), bamboo, chrysanthemum, pine and so on were painted by him as his subject matter.
  914. In addition to excessive production, strongly required import quotas increased for orange by the U.S. from 1970s, the government changed its policy to decrease production.
  915. In addition to experiencing kokushi (provincial governors) of Owari, Suo, Kawachi and Bicchu Provinces as middle rank of nobles in Juryoso (career provincial official class), he served as Takumi-no-kami and other positions and was promoted to Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  916. In addition to famous kajin such as Yoshinobu and Yoshitada, it is remarkable that Michinaga and Tadanobu, young nobles of almost the same generation as the Emperor took part.
  917. In addition to foods, whale meat has also been used for industrial materials.
  918. In addition to functioning as a canal, Nishitakase-gawa River plays a role as a sewer system to discharge waste water from dye houses for various dye works such as Kyo-Yuzen and it is said that, depending on dye used, the color of the river varied from one day to the next.
  919. In addition to gills, they can also breathe through their skin, and therefore, as long as their body and their surroundings are wet they can also live on land.
  920. In addition to giving up taking over as head of the family, he lost the social status as samurai.
  921. In addition to governance of the town below Sunpu-jo Castle, he controlled Ejiri and Maruko inn towns on the Tokaido road, and Shimizu Port.
  922. In addition to hallmarks of paulownia patterns in a circle and in a hexagon and written seal mark at the center on its back, a hallmark of hereditary officer was engraved on the lower left.
  923. In addition to handling jugon (magic spells and charms), he was also in charge of training the jugonshi (sorcerers).
  924. In addition to having a romantic relationship with FUJIWARA no Asateru, she also exchanged Zotoka poetry with TAIRA no Kanemori, FUJIWARA no Sanekata, FUJIWARA no Kinto, and others.
  925. In addition to his activities of Kanze Kyukokai and kami asobi, he presides "Noh Noh lesson," "Noh Noh Noh" and "Yoshimasa no Kai (Yoshimasa's association)."
  926. In addition to his comical appearance, he made his speeches in the strong Osaka dialect that outshone professional Rakugoka (comic storyteller), and the audience burst into laughter.
  927. In addition to his contributions to the family poetry collection, the 'Kankeshu' (Collected Poems of the Sugawara family), Kiyokimi is also known for his work, together with KIYOHARA no Natsuno, to edit the 'Ryo no gige' (Clarification of the Code).
  928. In addition to his early work "Kankyo no Tomo," it is said that a collection of anecdotes entitled "Hirasan Kojin Rei Taku" (The Entrusted Soul of the Ancient Man in Mt. Hira) was also written by Keisei.
  929. In addition to his father's accidental death, however, Yoshishige developed an interest in Christianity and admitted missionaries including Francis XAVIER and the belief of Christianity into the territory of the Otomo family.
  930. In addition to his main pupil Yoshimoto NIJO, his disciples (pupils) included Shua, Eiun,, Soa, and Ria, and Sadafumi's poetic style also influenced the development and spread of Renga circles in the early Muromachi period.
  931. In addition to hon-ihai, an ihai called tera-ihai is presented to one's bodai-ji temple (family temple, also called danna-dera temple) or head temple together with donations for memorial services.
  932. In addition to hydrangeas, the temple is also known for its flowers that continue to bloom all year round and its beautiful autumn leaves.
  933. In addition to including its own unique text that is not found in other 20-volume books, this book also includes many descriptions different from those of others.
  934. In addition to innate good looks, a strong desire to learn as seen in his effort to learn performances of various actors both in the east and west including Enjaku I and Danjuro ICHIKAWA IX (kudaime) and gorgeous performances full of efforts to please the audience, made Ganjiro the king of Kansai Kabuki.
  935. In addition to its Undergraduate and Graduate Schools, Kyoto University has 13 Research Institutes and 17 Research Centers.
  936. In addition to its big scale, the area got into the news after the discovery of the sites where large-scale buildings and workshops such as bronze ware casting furnaces were.
  937. In addition to its design with a circular outline, Mitsuba-aoi includes designs with angular outlines (Moriyama Mitsu-aoi, Saijo Mitsu-aoi, etc.) and gokan (五環) (five aoi-mon arranged in a circular pattern).
  938. In addition to its manors scattering throughout Japan, the province that was designated to offer its wealth for major repair supplemented the resources depleted from its existing lumber production forests.
  939. In addition to its structural beauty of the white stucco exterior walls, roof, and gables, it is an interconnected-style castle tower presenting different effects depending on the angle from which one views it.
  940. In addition to its value in calligraphy history, its simple calligraphic style created by common people became popular as penmanship and now people often copy it as the work of calligraphy or imitate its calligraphic style.
  941. In addition to joining the ranks of the army during wartime, military service also included serving as obanyaku in Kyoto and Kamakura or guard service in other provinces.
  942. In addition to kenchucho, documents such as 'kenchu mokuroku' (A land register for shoen or public lands), 'nayosecho' (village register of land survey), and 'naikencho' (Reports of the land damage caused by natural disasters) were made in order to supplement kenchucho.
  943. In addition to kidney beans ('ingenmame' in Japanese), which became named after Yinyuan, moso bamboo, watermelon and lotus root are also said to have been brought to Japan by Yinyuan.
  944. In addition to large pliers beside the temple path and within the precinct, actual hassun-kugi nails and votive tablets with pliers attached that were offered by those released from suffering hang on the outer wall of the main hall.
  945. In addition to lines mentioned above, the following unique rhythmical lines written by Mokuami are very famous;
  946. In addition to live telecast on February 11 every year with Kyoto Broadcasting System Company Limited as the key station, articles on the event are introduced in main newspapers, Shukan Bunshun, and Shukan Shincho as well.
  947. In addition to local officials and hensho (local governors) around Sanpo, some higher-ranked officials of the central government of the Korean Dynasty began to provide merchants some assistance and participate with them in the illegal trading.
  948. In addition to local or rapid trains, trains run according to the type of train or type of section, during the rush hour in the early morning, evening, and at midnight.
  949. In addition to locomotives, self-propelled vehicles for people, using an engine of the Daihatsu Midget, were also provided and used to make inspection tours within the forest.
  950. In addition to making an impression, information such as the name of the temple and the date of visit is written in ink below the impression, and the impression together with the ink writing are collectively called 'goshuin.'
  951. In addition to many troubles with film companies at this time because of his naturally very free-spirited character, his socialist thinking was suppressed by the authorities.
  952. In addition to marrying Kozaisho, Michimori married a daughter of his cousin, TAIRA no Munemori, out of political necessity.
  953. In addition to medicine, Ransai had a talent for literature, and interacted with a lot of men of culture.
  954. In addition to merely redecorating, their interior was painted in rosy-grey color (usually they were varnished), which was the same as the then popular special second-class cars, in the process redecorating.
  955. In addition to monk-soldiers, peasants and farmers are thought to have been gathered for goso by "shokan" (an officer governing the 'shoen' [manor in medieval Japan]) of Kofuku-ji Temple.
  956. In addition to monshoinshi, there is mulberry paper decorated with patterns that is called montengujo.
  957. In addition to morning and late evening shuttle trains to and from the Kurama Line's Ichihara Station, trains also arrive at and depart from Shugakuin Station, which has a garage.
  958. In addition to newly devised products such as those with artificial flowers like a rose or western orchid and those with plastic jewelry parts (imitation jewels made of plastic or glass), traditional products such as those with beads are also popular.
  959. In addition to ordinary cards, in some seasons the bureau sells types that are more convenient for touring Kyoto, doing so jointly with other companies in Surutto KANSAI.
  960. In addition to ordinary yoriki who belonged to Bugyo-sho, there were also uchiyori who were private retainers of machi-bugyo.
  961. In addition to other Imperial family members descended from Emperor Tenmu who were involved in a succession of political disputes, he also disappeared from history's center stage.
  962. In addition to performing at Noh stages, he participates in various types of live performances and other activities with domestic and foreign artists from different genres.
  963. In addition to periodization based on the sequence of Jomon earthenware, another method of periodization uses different aspects of the Jomon culture to divide the Jomon period into several periods.
  964. In addition to places connected to mountain worship, reijo also include sites where historical battles were fought.
  965. In addition to places, certain hours of the day such as Omagadoki (twilight hour) and Ushimitsudoki (the dead of night) were thought to serve as boundaries to the sacred area.
  966. In addition to plain congee, it is often cooked in a stock made from chicken or conpoy (the adductor muscles of Japanese scallops or tairagi shellfish that have been boiled and sun-dried)
  967. In addition to preexisting products such as those used for making tsukemono, numerous products, including those for sweet sake, adapted for use in various dishes have been developed in recent years.
  968. In addition to products made of wood or tortoise shell, those made of plastic or other materials are being produced at present.
  969. In addition to rakugo there is another amusing, narrative art called mandan (comic chat) which is performed by a single person.
  970. In addition to raw mekabu seaweed, it is also possible to get dried mekabu seaweed, which can be prepared quickly, and seasoned mekabu seaweed, which comes in packs.
  971. In addition to releasing a CD with a major record company, he performs live in his local town of Kichijoji.
  972. In addition to religious services, celebrations and jinfuko (managing households burdening religion-related matters), the roles of jingikan in the Meiji period included shoryo (the administration of imperial tombs) and religious mission.
  973. In addition to retaining the former administrative power, the new bureaus had their functions strengthened: for example the right to certify non-profit organizations (NPO corporations) and those to check large-scale retail stores were transferred from the prefectural government to these bureaus.
  974. In addition to revision of the map, these envoys are believed to have been on the mission of confirming the travel routes to be taken by the daimyos and their retinues in the Sankinkotai that had already been in planning at that time.
  975. In addition to running a business, the Tanaka family rented the vast fields they owned in Fuito Village (currently Fuito-cho, Takayama City, Gifu Prefecture) to tenant farmers, therefore the family was financially quite well-off.
  976. In addition to ryokan, there are jisui-ryokan in hot spring resorts.
  977. In addition to securing interests in the Korean Peninsula, Japan also acquired concessions in Manchuria (Northeastern China) including the South Manchuria Railways- a part of the Chinese Eastern Railway.
  978. In addition to serving as an important resource for the history of Japan and Ryukyu, the book also provides invaluable information on the history of the Japanese language.
  979. In addition to serving as standing army for the domain, the shinban very often escorted the lord in his travels for protection.
  980. In addition to several collections of essays and illustrated play scripts, he was the author of novels such as "Sweet Homes Detective" and "Independence Day of the Toppin Republic."
  981. In addition to several shops deployed in the central part of the city including the main shop on the corner of Sakaimachi-dori and Sanjo-dori Streets in Nakagyo Ward in Kyoto City, it recently setup branches in the immediate vicinity of Sapporo Station, Tokyo Station, Hiroshima Station, etc. mainly in the Daimaru department stores.
  982. In addition to shinji praying for secular benefits, praying for rain, agriculture, and hunting were also practiced.
  983. In addition to simply making it difficult for the enemy to enter the castle grounds, it also functions as a shooting position to allow the defenders to protect the koguchi.
  984. In addition to some Japanese products, dried abalone produced in the Republic of South Africa is regarded as relatively high-grade.
  985. In addition to speed, high standards have been maintained for safety as well as passenger-friendliness, and its successful operation has offered an opportunity for other nations to review the value of high-speed railways.
  986. In addition to spotted shad, sillago, young sea bream, and mackerel, horse mackerel and halfbeak, which are used without being cooked nowadays, were ordinarily marinated in vinegar.
  987. In addition to statues, the technique was also used to produce containers, coffins, and other objects.
  988. In addition to storylines, Kyoto Animation produces drawings very similar to the CG and illustrations of original works, and with regard to Key adaptations, uses a large number of the theme songs and background music used in the original games.
  989. In addition to such advantages of fundoshi loincloths, their unique feeling when worn is supposed to bring forth new devotees for them from the new generation.
  990. In addition to such typical clitic words as '... nahai,' '... ya' and '... e,' many distinctive expressions and vocabularies are used in Kyoto.
  991. In addition to temples of the Zen sect, Garanjin is enshrined in temples and shrines greatly influenced by Sung Buddhism, such as Senyu-ji Temple of the Shingon sect (Kyoto City) and its branch temple, Kakuon-ji Temple.
  992. In addition to that, Enryaku-ji Temple had been disgruntled about the fact that Tonobara-shu gained Uwanori without Enryaku-ji Temple's permission.
  993. In addition to that, Kagenaka sent his legitimate son, Kagenobu NAGAO, to Kyoto in order to report what was happening to the shogunate and to ask for shogunate's approval of Fusaaki's succession to Kanto Kanrei.
  994. In addition to that, Toshiie visited Ieyasu's residence, and Ieyasu also realized that it was disadvantageous to conflict with Toshiie, so that they compromised with each other on condition that Ieyasu would evacuate to Mukaijima.
  995. In addition to that, a risk of uprising was mounting due to an extremely poor harvest in 1869.
  996. In addition to that, a slave-trade incident occurred in which missionaries and merchants sold Japanese people into slavery, which finally made Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI decide to issue the order expelling Jesuit missionaries.
  997. In addition to that, according to a legend of the Kusanagi-jinja Shrine, which worships Yamato Takeru, 'Although he subdued the eastern regions, he passed away at Nobono in Ise on his way back to the capital.
  998. In addition to that, because some bureaucrats of the Ministry of Finance who had been recruited by OKUMA submitted a request to stop the sale of the properties, it was rumored that OKUMA leaked the information to stop the sale.
  999. In addition to that, he was given the letter (尊), which came from the emperor's given name, and changed the letter of his name Takauji (高氏) into Takauji (尊氏).
  1000. In addition to that, his tachiai (initial stance at the beginning of sumo) was criticized as impudence because of the style to push his fist in a half-sitting posture toward his opponent, and the other sumo wrestlers also hated it.

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