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  1. In addition, the paragraph about harvesting in fall for winter storage appears only in the southern and northern editions of the Nirvana Sutra.
  2. In addition, the park has become a hidden beauty spot, because the entire city area can be viewed from its hill top.
  3. In addition, the party against which a coup was launched often tries to regain control of the power when that party has been maintaining the power even after the loss of position, which did not occur in the Azai family.
  4. In addition, the passage 'Release life on lunar New Year's Day to show your gratitude' in 'Liezi' (Taoism book) is the basis of conducting Hojoe at Buddhist temples.
  5. In addition, the patterns of fusuma-shoji were different according to social position and taste.
  6. In addition, the paulownia patterns include various designs such as kawari-giri (a variational paulownia), Koetsu-giri (Koetsu's paulownia), Korin-giri (Korin's paulownia, also known as komori-giri (a bat-like paulownia)), usagi-giri (a rabbit-like paulownia), Hotei-giri (a Hotei-like paulownia) and otafuku-giri (an otafuku-like paulownia).
  7. In addition, the peasants could be granted the privileges of having a family name, wearing swords, and taking lives of people with impunity, or status as a samurai.
  8. In addition, the people who lived in Nodabata had moved down to Kuchiki Village or Natasho Village until the end of the Meiji period, leaving the place uninhabited.
  9. In addition, the performance style of Shingaku music was so flexible that players could choose their own style to their tastes, such as the two or three people's ensemble with using just gekkin and kokin, and a solo performance of singing to its own accompaniment of gekkin - even when the tune was just the same.
  10. In addition, the persons who caused these misfortunes were followers of Yoshiyuki.
  11. In addition, the pilgrimage is made to 25 sacred grounds in connection with the day of 25 when Honen Shonin died.
  12. In addition, the place name 'Izumoji' still remains in use in the area.
  13. In addition, the place of the grave of Iehira is described in the notes.
  14. In addition, the places where the shimenawa ropes are stretched around include a rice paddy struck by a thunderbolt (lightning).
  15. In addition, the plan to register the village on the World Heritage list is taking shape.
  16. In addition, the plateau can be accessed by bus leaving Nabari Station for Mitsue Village.
  17. In addition, the policy employed for compiling this document also affected that of "Seiji Yoryaku."
  18. In addition, the position in a new government was also a problem.
  19. In addition, the position of Kami (director) of Shugokushi is said to have been avoided.
  20. In addition, the possession of shuriken alone may be in breach of the Sword and Firearms Control Law or the Minor Offense Act.
  21. In addition, the power of strongly insisting on the uniqueness of Japanese history, which has become considerably weaker after the war, has insisted its views as liberalism-based views of history.
  22. In addition, the priest salary was over 666 koku.
  23. In addition, the problem of 'dividing the Ministry of Finance' cast a shadow into the land-tax reform; that is, the organization responsible for the land survey and the organization responsible for calculating amount of tax were separated owing to the establishing of the Ministry of Home Affairs; this split was the product of the political dispute.
  24. In addition, the project of double-tracking the entire route between Kyoto Station and Sonobe Station, scheduled to be completed in spring 2010, is underway, and the line's character as a city outskirts route is strengthened.
  25. In addition, the propagation of Fuju-fuse School, whose members believed nothing should be received from (fuju) or given to (fuse) those of other beliefs, and Christianity was legalized.
  26. In addition, the provincial government officers themselves also imposed duties and collected taxes under a similar pretext.
  27. In addition, the pursuit by Shinpei ETO who aimed strengthening of authority for the Ministry of Justice also had a great influence on this incident.
  28. In addition, the reading of "三位" is not "Sani" but "Sanmi,"; "四位" is not "Yoni" but "Shii"; "七位" is not "Nanai" but "Shichii."
  29. In addition, the reason for recommending the route via Goryeo among the three plans described above might have been to prevent the Mongol army from leaving Goryeo.
  30. In addition, the registry of certificate of land title itself was succeeded by cadaster system which was found in 1884; and in 1889 the registry system of certificate of the land title was virtually abolished; afterwards, collection of land-tax was carried out by this cadaster system.
  31. In addition, the remains of some buildings are also visible to the back-gate side to the southeast of the "Honmaru."
  32. In addition, the research of Ogawa made clear that the two kinds of calendars of Genka reki (Genka calendar) and Giho reki (Giho calendar) of China were used.
  33. In addition, the reserve maiko was often alone, but there were times when two maiko were reserved.
  34. In addition, the restoration of emperors' tombs and a tendency to connect the ancestors of feudal clans to the imperial line arose.
  35. In addition, the rude word, 'yabai' was derived from the fact that it was dangerous to work at a yaba archery range.
  36. In addition, the said Agency published "Large complete map of Japan" on a scale of 1 to 864,000 on the basis of Ino small and medium-sized maps in 1880.
  37. In addition, the sake has been produced partly with a view to obtaining the customers in overseas market who are pleased with sake as 'wine made from only rice (rice wine).'
  38. In addition, the sales method to provide meals by using movable facilities is called Yatai (food stall), it is rare to be called peddling since its moving range is narrow.
  39. In addition, the same castle may be considered differently and classified into a different style depending on the researcher.
  40. In addition, the same year, he was appointed to Naidaijin (minister of the center).
  41. In addition, the sand intrudes into dwellings, and the low visibility due to the sand sometimes even causes persons to be killed by ensuing traffic accidents.
  42. In addition, the scene of the evening bell at a distant temple was depicted, and a miniature landscape (bonsan) was placed in front of it.
  43. In addition, the school of Enshu KOBORI uses En-shu-watagai (the Totoumi province style pattern of two or more overlapping circles).
  44. In addition, the seal which is antagonistic to yuin is called kosoin.
  45. In addition, the second and the sixth issho say that Hosuseri no Mikoto is the eldest child.
  46. In addition, the second wife of Harumasa YAMAZAKI, the biological father of Nobuchika, was a daughter of Yukika HOSOKAWA.
  47. In addition, the sect that believes in Nichiren's teaching in principle considers the minor precepts of Buddhism are rather harmful and prevent enlightenment in Mappo (Age of the Final Dharma), and requests to preserve Nichiren chants without slander, which is called Mappo-Mukai (no precepts).
  48. In addition, the sects are exclusive and secretive, so the whole picture of the localized rituals is still covered in a veil, but Hiroyuki ITSUKI says that some of the secretive rituals and others have begun to be made public little by little in recent days.
  49. In addition, the sekkyo called 'sekkyo saimon,' the combination of sekkyo and saimon (a written paean to the gods), also began.
  50. In addition, the sentense which read, 'in 1266 a diplomatic message of Kublai Khan, the emperor of the Yuan dynasty, was sent to 'the king of Japan' in 1266,' is seen in "Chapter of Japan" in the "History of Yuan Dynasty (Yuan-shi)."
  51. In addition, the settlement featured many foreign diplomatic offices; the Legation of the United States of America was established there in 1875 and remained there until it was relocated to what is now Akasaka (Minato ward, Tokyo) in 1890.
  52. In addition, the shirasaya (white scabbard) originally served to protect the blade, and was not put to practical use by samurai.
  53. In addition, the shokkai is different from the ranks, and the status of upper shokkai is regarded higher as shinshoku.
  54. In addition, the shots he took from under a moving train have achieved a legendary status.
  55. In addition, the shrine was also referred to as Tenmandaijizai tenjin, Nihondaijoitokuten, etc. and was feared as the shrine of a horrifying revengeful ghost.
  56. In addition, the shuttle service train to and from Sonobe Station arrives at, and departs from, track 3.
  57. In addition, the side of Yoritomo that conquered Kyoto in 1184 extensively gathered and mobilized 'those with high abilities.'
  58. In addition, the site where Naoyoshi YAMGUCHI 's residence once stood is located in Hanashima, Takeo City, which is now the location of a community center.
  59. In addition, the size of the temple precinct was greatly reduced when the majority of the temple estate was sold to the Monzeki (priest prince) of Bishamon-do Temple in order to pay for maintenance.
  60. In addition, the soup mixing soup stock containing large amount of Kaeshi for dipping soba is called Karatsuyu (spicy soup), and the soup mixing soup stock containg small amount of Kaeshi for hot soba is called Amatsuyu (mild soup).
  61. In addition, the soup of oden oden (Japanese dish containing all kinds of ingredients cooked in a special broth of soy sauce, sugar, sake, etc.), vegetable soup and ramen soup can also be used.
  62. In addition, the spread of the mass production method of hanga (wood printing) gave birth to a new art, including ukiyoe (Japanese woodblock prints), which was within reach of the merchant.
  63. In addition, the stance of each writer against a specific theme was different.
  64. In addition, the standard length of the bow was seven shaku five sun (2.27m) from Kamakura to Edo periods.
  65. In addition, the star that dominates the destiny that comes around every year is called tonenzokusho.
  66. In addition, the starting point of each month is not the first day but the 12th of 24 'setsu' (divisions of the old calendar) in the first half of the month.
  67. In addition, the station numbering tested on the Kitano Line and the Japan railway line color list were formally introduced.
  68. In addition, the station numbering which had been tested on the Kitano Line and the Japan railway line color list were formally introduced on all routes, including this one.
  69. In addition, the statues of Kongo Rikishi placed in the Nandai-mon Gate, which were overhauled from 1989 to 1994, unveiled the new facts about the statues.
  70. In addition, the status of the mother (the possibility to be conferred was low, unless being so-called 'kisakibara' [a child by an empress]) and the degree of intimacy with the emperor and influentials such as the Fujiwara clan were considered.
  71. In addition, the statutes written in both kanji and kana (the Japanese syllabary) increased.
  72. In addition, the stone chamber had been under ground for nearly 1300 years and preserved in a closed environment.
  73. In addition, the street running before DAIICHI Elementary School is now incorrectly called 'Biwa-koji Street' but, in fact, used to be a part of the 'Kuruma oji.'
  74. In addition, the structure of the statue is close to the modern expressional term of the Monocoque (French for "single shell") structure because the statue gained material strength through a single mold casting (as for the metal crust).
  75. In addition, the study of Japanese classical literature to review Japanese original traditions arose, and an ideological environment of "Revere the Emperor and expel the barbarians" movement in the end of Edo period was formed.
  76. In addition, the study of governmental regulations became part of legal history.
  77. In addition, the success of the Shinkansen, which bridged a gap between automobiles and passenger transportation by airplane, triggered a review of the improvement of railways, which was slowing down in Japan then, and also motivated European and Asian nations to build a high speed passenger railway.
  78. In addition, the sword of the second Tadatsuna which was his sashiryo (sword) became popular.
  79. In addition, the tax system was not unified across the country and each region had a different tax system.
  80. In addition, the teachings of Shakyamuni as a historical and physical personage are not simply transmitted verbatim, but, as Mahayana Buddhism, have developed in various ways and have produced various schools.
  81. In addition, the temple is also called 'Matsuno-o-dera' or 'Matsuno-o-san.'
  82. In addition, the temple is in possession of Important Tangible Folk Cultural Properties which include a mud pagoda, Obuku-chawan (tea ceremony bowl for New Year's Shugicha), wooden printing blocks and over 2100 materials related to the Mando-e (Buddhist lantern festival).
  83. In addition, the temple's magnificent buildings and treasures were completely looted and destroyed.
  84. In addition, the term "的" (target) was pronounced as 'ikuha' in ancient word and referred to Yumiya itself, which comes from the word '射交わ' (ikuwa).
  85. In addition, the term 'Kawara-wari' stands for a work to carry out roof allocation for laying out tiles in roofing industry.
  86. In addition, the terms 'kinuta' and 'kinuta utsu' (to beat the cloth) have been used as kigo (season words) in haiku (Japanese seventeen-syllable poems).
  87. In addition, the terms of 'wutu' (raining dirt), 'wusha' (raining sand), 'tumai' (raining mud), and 'huangwu' (yellow fog) are also found in historical documents.
  88. In addition, the text describes that the troop departed from Miyazaki Prefecture (which does not face the Seto Inland Sea) and proceeded in the Seto Inland Sea.
  89. In addition, the text used to revise the manuscript is estimated to have been one similar to the text of the Kawachi-bon line.
  90. In addition, the theme song of "Wakakute Warukute Sugoi Koitsura" written by Shuntaro TANIGAWA (sung by Hideki TAKAHASHI - an actor) is now legendary with its desperate and sidesplitting words.
  91. In addition, the theory has recently been proposed that even the suicide by disembowelment of his son, Nobuyasu MATSUDAIRA, was not due to Nobunaga's demand but Nobuyasu was purged by Ieyasu himself.
  92. In addition, the theory of beriberi deriving from germs was originally suggested by Tadanori ISHIGURO who contributed to realizing Ogai's study in Germany.
  93. In addition, the titles 'Dainihonkoku Kotei' (Emperor of great Japan) and 'Dainippon Teikoku Kotei' (Emperor of the great Empire of Japan' are also identified.
  94. In addition, the toshi could at times be accompanied by a vassal of Tokuso (the patrimonial head of the main branch of the Hojo clan) and Shikken (shogunal regent).
  95. In addition, the town name itself gave off the impression of a low-level geisha quarter, so people related to the geisha business began to call it 'Kitashinchi,' while local people still referred it as 'Goban-cho.'
  96. In addition, the trace of the Mandala on the surface of the board when the Mandala on the board was unglued was called 'Uraita Mandala' and is enshrined on the back of Mandala Zushi.
  97. In addition, the tramline has been introduced to railway fans as one of the few remaining forest railways in Japan.
  98. In addition, the tramlines were also used to convey everyday commodities, such as rice, miso (soybean paste) and soy sauce, to the residents in Haino.
  99. In addition, the transportation capacity of the troops is not high so, that war supplies were often delayed.
  100. In addition, the treaty provided for an "independent state," but did not completely deny suzerainty of China, because Qing had the conventional stance of "independence as a subject state"and was not involved in domestic and diplomatic affairs.
  101. In addition, the twilled white robe used for the official investiture of the Empress was not recognized as raifuku at least until after the mid-Heian period.
  102. In addition, the typical line of the corrupt merchant following this line is 'No, I'm not a match for you, sir.'
  103. In addition, the umamawari under the shogun's direct command, which Yoshimitsu had been strengthening, was very successful in this battle, and they demonstrated the power of the shogun.
  104. In addition, the ungen saishiki (an art technique that thin bands with distinct colors are placed next to each other in order to give the impression of shading) is used to depict wearings and so on.
  105. In addition, the unique landscape produced by kosa has been targeted by cultural expressions.
  106. In addition, the uptempo performance of 'Higashi' is thought to be a typical example of the music of danjiri-bayashi becoming free from the restrictions of drawing danjiri.
  107. In addition, the use of the term 'kuji' requires special attention with regard to trials or lawsuits in the Edo period because there were two kinds of 'kuji'?one meaning a general trial or lawsuit and the other meaning a civil trial (explained in a later section)?and these terms were sometimes used simultaneously.
  108. In addition, the value of those planted Japanese cedar trees was rated lower than that of naturally-grown ones.
  109. In addition, the ways of transmission of information themselves such as speech meetings and bulletin fully gathered attention.
  110. In addition, the word "Kokusaiho" became well known in China because a large number of overseas students came from China after the Sino-Japanese War during a boom of studying in Japan and translated Japanese books into Chinese and used the term without change.
  111. In addition, the word 'Hachiman' has been historically used when people wish for good luck on Yumiya, fate, or odds.
  112. In addition, the word 'Karakami' (the two deities traditionally enshrined at the Imperial Household Department) appears in the description of the offspring deity of Otoshi no kami in "Kojiki."
  113. In addition, the word 'Kei-En' has an another meaning, a name of a school of waka poetry. (the Keien school founded by Kageki KAGAWA, who was a kajin (waka poet) in the late Edo period. Keien was Kagawa's pseudonym.)
  114. In addition, the word 'Kuri' often refer to the priest's living quarters at present.
  115. In addition, the word 'Uiro (ういろう or 外郎)' is a common noun and is not permitted to be used exclusively as a brand name.
  116. In addition, the word 'yoga' is also translated into mediation in modern Japanese, but it originally means to control mind and leads it to integration.
  117. In addition, the word 'yumitori' means samurai or Bushido (the code of the samurai) and a bow is given as an award.
  118. In addition, the word olla also exists in Portugal and Tunisia as well as the Spanish-speaking countries as the name of dish (recipe), which means traditional one-pot dish cooked at the table or the pot itself, and today sometimes means a pressure cooker (dish cooked with the pressure cooker).
  119. In addition, the world powers were stunned to know that Japan demanded the cession of the Liaodong Peninsula from Qing in the Treaty of Shimonoseki.
  120. In addition, the worsening relationship between Japan and the Yuan Dynasty had made it difficult for Chinese merchants to live in Hakata.
  121. In addition, the wrecked ship found in Shinan, South Korea is considered to have been made of Ficus microcarpa originating from the Konan region, China and of a junk type that was often seen in Southern China.
  122. In addition, the writing of Katsuhiro TANIGUCHI in 2007 raised a question about TACHIBANA's way of handling historical materials such as quoting many unreliable materials of the Edo period such as "Akechi Gunki" (biography of Mitsuhide AKECHI) without verification.
  123. In addition, their estates became vulnerable as favor and service when Yoritomo submitted the 'honryo-ando' kudashibumi (edict from a senior official in government or military which had the status of a binding official document) almost without consent.
  124. In addition, their hair style was not Hikibin (a style of sideburns) of the Kyoto style, but was Dashibin (a style of sideburns) from the Edo style.
  125. In addition, their schedule was also extremely odd.
  126. In addition, their uncle, Shigetsune MOROOKA, accompanied Yoshitune, when he was appointed as Kebiishi (an official with judicial and police powers), and from these facts, it seems that the Kawagoe family served Yoshitsune as a kind of maternal relative even before the time of Sato's going to Kyoto.
  127. In addition, their values in regard to their works are backed up by their common subculture, which is generally called 'otaku' (geek) culture, instead of the traditional artistry and commercialism.
  128. In addition, there are 45 Muhoto towers in the mausoleum of the successive chief priests of Sennyu-ji Temple.
  129. In addition, there are Jiutai (a Noh chorus), Koken (a prompter), and so on.
  130. In addition, there are also cases where the founder of restoration is referred to as Chushiso.
  131. In addition, there are also other dodais such as the one with no urushi coating on the leather (kijido) and the one with urushi coated directly on the bamboo surface.
  132. In addition, there are apprehensive voices that the installment of security camera might violate privacy.
  133. In addition, there are botan-karakusa (arabesque with peony flowers and leaves), shishimaru-karakusa (arabesque with round designed lions) and kiku-karakusa (arabesque with chrysanthemum flowers).
  134. In addition, there are cases where a branch family is established and separate into a new hongan each time families prospered.
  135. In addition, there are closely related genera belonging to the same Order Laminariales, such as the genus Alaria praelonga to which wakame seaweed and others belong, and Chordaceae which is believed to be retaining traces of the primitive appearance of kelp.
  136. In addition, there are enterprises in operation such as Shiseido Co., Ltd. and Kirin Beverage Company, Ltd. in Kuratani Industrial Park (Kyoto), and Kita Industrial Park is active in inviting companies.
  137. In addition, there are examples where within goshi classes there was further sub-division.
  138. In addition, there are interpretations made based on the combination of various theories by period, in which a wide range of theories are found, from the theory that insists on the existence of another totally different law to the theory that argues that it is a law which had gradually became a dead letter.
  139. In addition, there are lots of descriptions that are related to 'nezumi' (mouse) in the script, which shows the writer's wit.
  140. In addition, there are manju (Cheese manju in Miyazaki Prefecture) similar to western confectionery using pastry, biscuit dough and scorn dough.
  141. In addition, there are many 'rakugo intended to make people laugh,' whereas there are no kodan intended to make people laugh unless newly created.
  142. In addition, there are many cases where a modern city uses industry as a base of wealth in the course of its growth, attracting workers and thereby gaining in its concentration of population.
  143. In addition, there are many cases where even the individual Kannon statue with one face and two arms is not called 'Sho Kannon.'
  144. In addition, there are many cases where fragrant woods are used as materials for making Buddha statues and Buddhist altar fittings, and there also are many descriptions on incense in the Buddhist sutra.
  145. In addition, there are many examples where Diet members were awarded a rank between Juichii (Junior First Rank) and Shoshii (Senior Fourth Rank) according to their careers and achievements.
  146. In addition, there are many old manuscripts which are cited simply in the form of 'a theory based on a private record.'
  147. In addition, there are many traditions concerning Empress Jingu in northern part of Kyushu such as bathing her newborn baby at Ikiyunomoto-Onsen Hot Spring in Iki City, therefore, it is considered that she had strong associations with this area.
  148. In addition, there are many traits in common between Hachi no Miya and 'the Yoshino Prince' who appears in the "Torikaebaya Monogatari" (The Changelings) such as living in seclusion in somewhere away from the capital and having two daughters, and deepening a friendship with a pessimistic leading character.
  149. In addition, there are memorial towers and Kenkun-jinja Shrines in various places.
  150. In addition, there are more than one route between Kashiwara and Sango; the northern mountain path (partly duplicating with Mount Shigi-goe route), the route along the north bank of the River Yamato (so-called Kamenose-goe) and the route along the south bank of the River Yamato (today's National Route 25).
  151. In addition, there are other Sanpitsu in which three masters of calligraphy are uniquely selected, such as 'Sanpitsu of all time' including Xizhi WANG, Yao ZHONG, and Zhi ZHANG, and 'New Sanpitsu" of Sojun IKKYU, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, and Ryokan selected by Rosanjin KITAOJI.
  152. In addition, there are other lengths of shakuhachi that are also used, including the one-shaku six-sun length shakuhachi (tsutsune of E4), which is used to perform the piece "Haru-no-umi" (Spring Sea), and the two-shaku four-sun length shakuhachi (tsutsune A3).
  153. In addition, there are other methods such as the "juyo junen" for receiving a Buddhist invocation from a Geika or Daika (high priest).
  154. In addition, there are other theories that focus on the part of 'nagi,' as follows:
  155. In addition, there are other ways to call several Ado separately; the most important performer playing the supporting role is called Ado, while others are called "Ji-Ado" (the next ranked Ado), "Omo" (title used only in the Okura school), "Ko-Ado" (title used only in the Izumi school), and so on.
  156. In addition, there are others, including Bunroku Sekishu Chogin, which Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI is said to have ordered minted for financing the war effort in the Bunroku campaign.
  157. In addition, there are peculiar traditions to be followed in preparation for the performance as below.
  158. In addition, there are shrines such as Umenomiya Taisha Shrine (Kyoto Prefecture) and Otori Taisha Shrine (Osaka Prefecture) for which the denotation is not set.
  159. In addition, there are six books unrelated to "Shozokusho."
  160. In addition, there are some disorders in the early genealogy of Tada-Genji, so that it was suggested during the 1960s or 1970s that Mitsunaka had handed over Tada Manors to his seventh son, MINAMOTO no Yorinori, and to Yorinori's son, Yoritsuna.
  161. In addition, there are some letters from Mitsuhiro to Ryosa and some notes written by Ryosa, which were given to Shigemi KOMATSU by a direct descendent of Ryosa KOHITSU in the KOHITSU family.
  162. In addition, there are some manuscripts that cite a number of chapters greater than those which have survived, even if they do not mention the explicit chapter title; for instance, the "Mumyo Zoshi" (Story Without a Name) records that 'The Tale of Genji has sixty chapters.'
  163. In addition, there are some other recipes; for example, chrysanthemum-scented rice is used to make sake.
  164. In addition, there are some people such as 'Lady Gosechi' who are described as if they had already appeared before, even though their first appearances were in 'Hahakigi' or other chapters afterwards.
  165. In addition, there are some scholars who differ on opinions about the categories of Jodai (until the Nara period), Chuko (in and around the Heian period), medieval, early modern, modern, and present, and in some cases Chuko is not used at all.
  166. In addition, there are some taxi companies that have the driver certified as a security guard.
  167. In addition, there are street stalls in France owned by immigrants, serving snack foods originating in the Middle East, such as Lebanese cuisine; also another popular immigrants food is Chinese cuisine, such as dim sum (Chinese snacks).
  168. In addition, there are successful examplesof developing a basic skin care using an extract of okara and practical use of dried okara as sand for pet cat.
  169. In addition, there are the following descriptions.
  170. In addition, there are the following statements made by various people, 'sagacious in administration ("Gyokuyo" by Kanezane KUJO)', 'conspicuous capability ("Gukansho" by Jien)' and '頼朝勲功まことにためしなかりければ ("Jinno Shotoki" [A Chronicle of Gods and Sovereigns] by Chikafusa KITABATAKE)'.
  171. In addition, there are the zenpo-koen (keyhole-shaped tomb) mound, zenpo-koho (square front, square back) mound, soen (double round) shape mound and soho (double square) shape mound, which all have two tumuli.
  172. In addition, there are those that thread elongated okonomiyaki onto chopsticks around Japan.
  173. In addition, there are those that use chemically synthesized, adhesive-like resin instead of animal glue.
  174. In addition, there are thought to have been kuratsukuri (saddle makers) (Paragraph March 15, 752 of "Shoku Nihongi" [Chronicle of Japan Continued]), although no details have yet been found.
  175. In addition, there are two kinds of "Nihongi Shiki" (Private Notes on the Chronicles of Japan) which exist in full form now, that is, "B" version (corresponding to the volumes of the age of the gods) and "C" version (corresponding to the volumes of the age of emperors) which seem to be the same copies of the "A" version and "D" version.
  176. In addition, there are two main kinds of spirits, aramitama (wrathful spirits) and nigimitama (spirits of peace).
  177. In addition, there are various other theories.
  178. In addition, there are various theories about the scale of the battle.
  179. In addition, there are various theories for the Kira clan's extinction, it is said that the Kira clan was attacked and fell by the Chosokabe clan in 1563, according to "Kira Monogatari" (the Tale of Kira).
  180. In addition, there are web sites which mention that, 'the Emperor's best and bravest bushi' was written by Emperor Shirakawa, but it was actually from the diary of FUJIWARA no Minetada, "Chuyu-ki," dated October 23, 1098.
  181. In addition, there are yamanokami relating to the specific mountains, include Oyamakui no Kami of the Mount Hiei and Mount Matsuo, or Shirayamahime no kami of the Mount Hakusan.
  182. In addition, there existed "Geno Ofumi" (literally, "Letters of the Summer") and "Gozokusho Ofumi" (literally, "Letters written under Secular Names.")
  183. In addition, there existed other laws that were enacted by honjo in keeping with the local circumstances.
  184. In addition, there exists a project that the Tozai Line, one of Kyoto Municipal Subway Lines, will extend its line to the place around Katsura Campus, but its date and other concrete agendas are undecided yet.
  185. In addition, there exists a seven-stringed instrument called ajen, and people play it by rubbing strings with a branch of weeping forsythia.
  186. In addition, there found several fragments describing 'Hayashimuraji' (only the name of Uji was clarified), and deaths of several persons (only the date of death or the age was clarified).
  187. In addition, there had been no fact that other religions, such as Taoism and Shintoism, had been suppressed.
  188. In addition, there is 'selo shamisen' (a low-pitched sound shamisen) that originated in the Taisho period.
  189. In addition, there is Jishu-jinja Shrine, a Chinju-sha shrine (Shinto shrine on Buddhist temple grounds dedicated to the tutelary deity of the area) in the north of the Hondo main hall, as well as Joju-in Temple, Honbo (main priest's residence) of Kiyomizu-dera Temple further in the north.
  190. In addition, there is Kubi-zuka (burial mound for heads) of SOGA no Iruka nearby.
  191. In addition, there is Ominesan-ji Temple twenty kilometers from Mt. Yoshino and close to the top of Mt. Sanjogatake (1,719 meters) in Amakawa Mura, Yoshino County.
  192. In addition, there is Renge-ji Temple famous for 'Kyuri Fuji' (cucumber sealing) (Ukyo Ward, Kyoto City) east of Ninna-ji Temple, and there is Omuro Eighty-eight Reijo Places (place where human souls gather) at north of Ninna-ji Temple.
  193. In addition, there is a belief that "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) changed the description of a detour, getting to the Tsuburo-gawa river from Yoshino since horses could not get over a pass at that time.
  194. In addition, there is a cautionary note stating that liquid sumi that has once been poured out of the container should not be returned to the container.
  195. In addition, there is a description that there were 10 methods of brewing which reminds us of the origin of today's shochu (distilled spirit), kijoshu, and sake of low alcohol concentration, such as liquor made of wheat, a sweet liquor made with much malts, and low-grade sake adding water.
  196. In addition, there is a description which corresponds to "Samguk Sagi" (History of the Three Kingdoms) in the section of Emperor Ojin, and the dates would correspond to "Samguk Sagi" if they go back to two cycles of the Oriental zodiac, that is, 120 years.
  197. In addition, there is a different theory about children of Yoshimori and Yoshiaki.
  198. In addition, there is a discrepancy of more than 200 years between the year in which Prince Junda died and the estimated year in which TAKANO no Niigasa was born (710 - 710).
  199. In addition, there is a game called kami-zumo (paper sumo), which follows sumo rules.
  200. In addition, there is a grave that is said to be for Menshosai at Seigan-ji Temple in Hirosaki City, Aomori Prefecture.
  201. In addition, there is a laminated pattern torinoko paper, the foundation layer of which is made by a shoshi-ki machine as described above, and the pattern of the surface layer of which is made the same way as handmade paper is made.
  202. In addition, there is a legend handed down in Imamiya-jinja Shrine (Kyoto City) in Kyoto that people ate its specialty, the round-shaped rice cake named aburimochi (grilled rice cakes) wishing to become as lucky as Tama (meaning Keishoin).
  203. In addition, there is a legend regarding Matsumushi-dera Temple.
  204. In addition, there is a misleading opinion that GHQ (General Headquarters of the Allied Forces) fabricated the tradition or story of State Shinto.
  205. In addition, there is a naming method in which a character is taken from two old provincial names and make a city name by combining them; Such examples include Joso City (whole area Shimousa Province) and Minamiboso City (whole area Awa Province).
  206. In addition, there is a new type of frozen korokke which can be made crisp just by heating it up in a microwave.
  207. In addition, there is a permanent exhibition of 'Kogo Jihen' section at Awajishima Museum and some historical items are on display, such as a notebook of a vassal of the Inada clan recording the incident.
  208. In addition, there is a piece of music called 'Danjiri' in yosebayashi (rakugo theater music) which is played with shamisen, oodo (flat drum) and shime-daiko drum (this debayashi [stage music at a traditional comic variety theater] was used in some rakugo records of Nikaku SHOFUKUTEI [the third]).
  209. In addition, there is a point of view that the presence of the Jinshin War should be considered as one of the reasons for strengthening of Emperor's power.
  210. In addition, there is a possibility that she was simply called 'Sagiyama-dono' after her father Dosan's castle.
  211. In addition, there is a problem in terms of the tax code in managing the school's funds as well as a risk that the Iemoto family's traditional Shozoku (costume), Densho (books on the esoterica), etc. are scattered and ultimately lost under the burden of gift and inheritance taxes imposed when there is a generational change of Iemoto.
  212. In addition, there is a proverb that "the best colored tea is Shizuoka-cha, the best flavored tea is Uji tea and the tea with the best taste is Sayama-cha," but these are words of Sayamachatsumi-uta and there is no theoretical reason for these being the three major teas in Japan.
  213. In addition, there is a record that Goroemon Nyudo hosho UKITA (the oldest person of the Ukita clan who can be confirmed by existing ancient documents) donated to the Seiko-ji Temple in 1469, which was one year before Muneie donated land to the Saidai-ji Temple.
  214. In addition, there is a separate type of music called Kaminagauta, which is a type of Jiuta.
  215. In addition, there is a stone tower for the consolation of FUKAKUSA no Shosho, along with one for ONO no Komachi.
  216. In addition, there is a story that before his enthronement, he made a night attack and murdered his rival Shibi no omi (of the Heguri clan) due to romantic complications (the "Kojiki").
  217. In addition, there is a sword called Kusanagi no tsurugi, which is one of Sanshu no Jingi (Three Imperial Regalia) that 'Yamato Takeru' uses.
  218. In addition, there is a theory that a form of fusuma-shoji, with a wide hem-stuck, which was called zenkin, was similar to the form of fusuma futon.
  219. In addition, there is a theory that the name originates from the folk beliefs that Toshigami (the god of the Year) visited each house to give a celebration in the New Year.
  220. In addition, there is a traditional story which states that Kiyomasa subjugated a tiger (tora) during his military service in Korea, from which a game called Toraken was derived.
  221. In addition, there is a view that states that TAIRA no Masakuni, a son of TAIRA no Masakado, might have been Seimei ABE..
  222. In addition, there is a view which makes the Emperor Ojin be a fictional Emperor.
  223. In addition, there is a well known story that she used to favor her brother, Michinaga, who was four years younger, and when her older brothers, Michitaka and Michikane, passed away, she pushed for him to be appointed administrator over her nephew, FUJIWARA no Korechika, and later caused the downfall of her older brother's family.
  224. In addition, there is also Katsuragi-futakami-jinja Shrine, enshrined deities of which are Toyofutsu no mitama no kami (the thunder god who presides over rain) and Okunitama no kami (a god described in Kojiki [The Records of Ancient Matters]).
  225. In addition, there is also Komochi-shoji (two Akari-shoji set into a single track).
  226. In addition, there is an adaptation of the 594th poem of the Manyoshu: The dewdrops, under the grass in the garden which is seen in the light of the setting sun, are like the tears shed while waiting for evenings (composed by FUJIWARA no Michitsune, No. 1190, Love Third, Volume 13 of Shinkokin Wakashu [New Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry]).
  227. In addition, there is an alternative version consisting of five volumes and 62 stories.
  228. In addition, there is an assertion that, since people must have patriotism, they must enhance awareness by singing "Kimigayo," and there is also a loyalist-like opinion that expresses clearly the objective to cultivate loyalty to the emperor.
  229. In addition, there is an entry in "Omi no Kuni Kochi-shi" that says that Nobunaga and his wife stayed at Jobodai-ji Temple, and this "wife" is believed to be Kicho, because it is also believed that the entry was written in 1568, the year before the above-mentioned entry from "Tokitsugu Kyoki."
  230. In addition, there is an episode that indicates how Kunichika worked.
  231. In addition, there is an indigenous belief (supposed to have its origin in Shintoism) in Japan that views death as a type of impurity.
  232. In addition, there is an old saying, "A child whose head is bitten by Ushioni becomes smarter."
  233. In addition, there is an opinion that based on the precedent of Emperor Genmei, the male-line is maintained even if a female member of Imperial Family ascends to the throne as long as her husband is an old imperial family member from the imperial male-line.
  234. In addition, there is an ossuary in which the ashes of head priests succeeding Rennyo have been inurned.
  235. In addition, there is an outdoor athletic facility where visitors are able to try out various Ninja tools, including shuriken (ninja throwing stars, multi-pointed throwing weapon), mizugumo ("water spider", a water-crossing device used by ninja), and the like.
  236. In addition, there is another dish called 'tencha (Tempura-chazuke: steamed rice topped with kakiage and hot green tea)' in which dashi or green tea is powered over steamed rice topped with kakiage and wasabi (Japanese horse radish.)
  237. In addition, there is another idea to define the dates in "Nihonshoki" based on the Oriental zodiac of the year of emperors' deaths in "Kojiki," but it is not supported by many scholars for the above reasons.
  238. In addition, there is another method using model paper rather than the carved pattern pressing with a printing block.
  239. In addition, there is another theory that he was not a prince but a princess, and that he and the Princess Ahe, who later become the Empress Genmei, were the same person.
  240. In addition, there is discussion on easing measures against global warming.
  241. In addition, there is no convincing evidence such as literature, which backs the theory that the kokufu may have been located in Ashikaga.
  242. In addition, there is no direct relationship between Suiboku-ga and the dharma of the Zen sect, and it seems that Suiboku-ga was accepted as a new foreign culture as well as the Zen sect style architecture.
  243. In addition, there is no historical material which lets us know the detail of Gosannen no Eki in the Oshu Province.
  244. In addition, there is paper with a unique taste that includes black bark (outer bark) of kozo.
  245. In addition, there is research that points out that the historical view that Nobunaga attempted to destroy Ikko Ikki was spread by the Honganji Buddhist Sect during the Edo period.
  246. In addition, there is similarity between Sumer and Mt. Sumeru (pronounciated 'Sumer' in Sanskrit).
  247. In addition, there is the Saika theory and a strange theory that assumes that Okamoto Echigo no kami was actually Magoichi Saika.
  248. In addition, there is the following description in the section of the 22nd day of the same month.
  249. In addition, there locates one of the large scale plants of Japan's leading heavy, thick, long and large industries such as shipbuilding and glass production, to make up Urban Employment Area (UEA).
  250. In addition, there remain other records measured by Morita-mura mining pollution eradication association.
  251. In addition, there remains "Ritei Yamato Chomonki" dated 1646, re-compiled by Wakayama Prefecture Bunkazai Kenkyukai (Society for the Study of Cultural Properties) (refer to 1982a 19 to 2005a 441).
  252. In addition, there remains a garden stone supposedly contributed by Kiyomasa KATO in Bundo-cho, to the north of Kyoto City, Demizu, Day Service Center in Chiekoin-dori, Demizu-dori, Sagaru, but there is also no evidence to show that it is a remnant of Jurakudai.
  253. In addition, there used to be the 'Hosho school' and the 'Hosho Renzaburo school' in the Otsuzumi kata (large hand drum players), but they were all restored to the Kanze school in 1986.
  254. In addition, there was a black man named Yasuke who had followed Nobunaga until Nobunaga's death.
  255. In addition, there was a bow which sent an arrow further than Japanese Yumiya, but it was atypical and lacked of versatility.
  256. In addition, there was a case of something that was similar to union associations.
  257. In addition, there was a deep-rooted movement to support Noritane among officers and men in Shimousa and Kazusa Provinces in fact, and Yoritane CHIBA, who could not gain their support, just put a daikan (local governor) in this area and he was not able to rule in the long term.
  258. In addition, there was a proverb based on this episode in Hoki Province (probably its western part) in the Edo period, saying, "It is Kamon-dono's visit to Daisen that remains unsettled," which was used for the meaning of "to put things off."
  259. In addition, there was a rule called mokenouma (an advantage horse) that after the first match the loser started first while the winner started a little later.
  260. In addition, there was a rumor that Norizane will be destroyed by Mochiuji, so a gap between Norizane and Mochiuji gradually became bigger, finally in 1437, Norizane resigned the Kanto kanrei.
  261. In addition, there was a severe conflict at court between Heungseon Daewongun, the biological father of Gojong (king of the Joseon Dynasty), and Gojong's wife Queen Min (also known as Empress Myeongseong), as well as between their supporters, over who should hold power.
  262. In addition, there was a significant trend to seek a new interpretation of the source of authority or power, such as the Emperor and Shogun.
  263. In addition, there was a smoke pollution problem occurring in Niihama, and the call for impeaching Saihei was doubled.
  264. In addition, there was a woman who cut off her hair on the spot to become a nun, and a man who threw a sword on the stage.
  265. In addition, there was also a market.
  266. In addition, there was also a privilege called the Oni system in which a person's descendents could be awarded certain ranks based on his rank.
  267. In addition, there was also another group called mosoza (the organization of blind biwa players in the appearance of a Buddhist priest), and the organizations often confronted each other.
  268. In addition, there was an example of an abandoned and unfinished, possibly during production of a Hyakuman-to Tower, excavated from the site of the Heijo-kyu Palace.
  269. In addition, there was an example of banner, teppo gumi, nagae gumi, yumi gumi, samurai daisho, cavalry and konida (there also existed sonae in which the yumi gumi was omitted from the latter).
  270. In addition, there was an internal conflict when Takakage was in oppostiion to his younger brother, Kagetaka ASAKURA.
  271. In addition, there was another Yumiya not used for battles nor hunting, called Yokyu.
  272. In addition, there was another method called 'suminagashi,' to disperse floating sumi by dropping resin on the water surface and print it on a paper.
  273. In addition, there was another practice which doctors worked in shifts at the castle when the doctor serving the lord was away.
  274. In addition, there was even a fear that when the stocks were bought up by foreign investors, military transportation might be refused if the investors were the ones from enemy country.
  275. In addition, there was little idea that same pronounced words could be differentiated by letter variations, except in the field of waka (a traditional Japanese poem of 31 syllables and renga (linked verse).
  276. In addition, there was only one record that shokkan was donated to YO Hosho, a prince of Paekche, in 662.
  277. In addition, there was the issue of "bu-kokin" (lack of gold supply), with gold dust,which was more an important material for decorations used in imperial court ceremonies rather than a 'commodity,' coming mostly only from Mutsu.
  278. In addition, there was the otsukaiban in O-oku (the inner halls of Edo Castle where the wife of the Shogun and her servants reside), who served as liaison officer between the Midaidokoro (wife of the Shogun) or other high-ranking woman servants and the shogunate administrators.
  279. In addition, there were 'family soldiers' along with provincial soldiers' where military power was systemized as '威猛之具.'
  280. In addition, there were Zatsukuko (dealer of fisheries) such as ukai (cormorant fishing), ebito (fisher), abiki (fisher), misoto (miso maker) and so on.
  281. In addition, there were also smaller yufu-ji (a status of the temples given jikifu by Imperial Court, also known as yujikifu-ji) and other various types of temple.
  282. In addition, there were apparently various unknown small schools that had already disappeared.
  283. In addition, there were cases in which students taking the exam conspired with certain nobles and persons of influence would exercise the power to let the students get through shoshi as well as the difficult official appointment examination for the "shusai" rank in exchange for some benefits from those students.
  284. In addition, there were cases in which the honke appointed its own Keishi (household superintendent) or other retainer to Azukaridokori, so that he could be supported by the manor instead of receiving his salary.
  285. In addition, there were cases where 'to,' who was in charge of commentary and direction for their team, and 'nennin,' whose job was to support their team, were selected.
  286. In addition, there were continuous droughts and famine every year during the Tenpyo period.
  287. In addition, there were endless corruption rumors for Ogiwara such as bribes from government contractors and enormous amounts of profit in relation with reminting the coins (in accordance with "Oritaku Shiba no ki" [autobiographical essay] written by Hakuseki ARAI).
  288. In addition, there were folding screens, tsuitate-shoji (shoji or fusuma with a stand, which is easy to carry) and fusuma-shoji made with a wooden lattice pasted silk and cloth, later Japanese paper and black-lacquered hem as a developed form of tsuitate-shoji.
  289. In addition, there were many Jige-ke families who had originally been outside the circles of power, but were promoted out of recognition for their contributions and newly given the status of Jige as new families.
  290. In addition, there were many persons who said they could not rely on female doctors.
  291. In addition, there were many places, as written below, where the book differed from other historical documents of that time as well as from posthumous manuscripts of soldiers.
  292. In addition, there were other buildings called kokushi?-kan where was a house of a provincial governor and a shoso (public repository) which was for keeping collected land taxes.
  293. In addition, there were other kinds of tocha such as 'Four Cups of Tea of Two Kinds of Tea Leaf', 'Shiki-cha' (Tea of Four Seasons), 'Tsuri-cha' (literally, "Classification of Tea"), 'Rokushoku-cha' (Tea of Six Colors), 'Keizu-cha' (Tea of Genealogical Chart), 'Genji-cha' (Tea of Genji), etc.
  294. In addition, there were plentiful kinds of clocks, such as hanging clock, yagura-dokei (lantern clock), dai-dokei (clock with mounting), shaku-dokei (pillar clock with hour scale), makura-dokei (bedside clock), desk clock, keisan-dokei (paper weight clock), inro-dokei (medicine case clock), and pocket watch.
  295. In addition, there were practical problems such as poor drainage.
  296. In addition, there were restrictions covering the details on which occasion and what to wear, as genpuku (celebrate one's coming of age) or when performing new year greetings to the shogun.
  297. In addition, there were signs of insurgency such as the agreement of the Kokujin (local samurai) in Wakasa to the offense and defense in Omi Province in November or December 1180 (November 1180 by the old lunar calendar).
  298. In addition, there were special cases where the elderly used fans of kozome (dyed brown by clove) in the medieval period, and some of such cases were revived in the early-modern times.
  299. In addition, there were titles such as Kanjin Zonin (lower-ranking government official), doctors, and Sanshi (a court official in charge of calculation).
  300. In addition, there were yumi gumi nida (provision transporters for the archer squad) (laborers).
  301. In addition, these doors were removed and are located in the Nara National Museum.
  302. In addition, these poems contain many makurakotoba (a set epithet) that came into use in later years, thus they were produced in relatively recent years.
  303. In addition, these sects were initially written with a Chinese character '衆' ('shu' literally 'people') such as 法相衆 (Hosso-shu, the Hosso sect) and 華厳衆 (Kegon-shu, the Kegon sect).
  304. In addition, they allied with other military aristocrats (kyobusha - Busha in Kyoto) or made them leader or a retainer in Kyoto.
  305. In addition, they also had to pay for their own meals during the trip.
  306. In addition, they also take into account that the transportation capacities will be increased by the provision of an additional runway in the Tokyo international airport and the shortening of flying time due to the partial return to Japan of the Yokota air space will further enhance their competitiveness.
  307. In addition, they are flat noodles, resulting from a mashing process that takes place ahead of the drying process.
  308. In addition, they are known as hunting equipments carried by Ebisu (god of fishing and commerce).
  309. In addition, they did not waver over choosing at liquor shops and buy sake with a special feeling that 'I will drink this liquor today.'
  310. In addition, they lose their Imperial status when they get divorced (Clause 4, Article 14 of the Imperial House Act).
  311. In addition, they must have been optimistically confident since their enemy forces were extremely small, consisting of only seven thousand soldiers.
  312. In addition, they say there was a diary called "Kakkinki" (角金記) (derived from his common name 'Rokkaku Kingo' (六角金吾, who was Emon no kami - Captain of the Division of Outer Palace Guards), but it does not exist now.
  313. In addition, they stop selling tickets for Kurama when no more space is available in the village for visitors.
  314. In addition, they used canons loaded with metal pieces and nails instead of canon balls.
  315. In addition, they were chased by the castle side army as they retreated, Nobuyuki in Toishi-jo Castle also attacked from the side, and the army finally collapsed.
  316. In addition, they were involved in selection of Asukakiyomihararyo (the legal code of Japanese ancient state) and compilation of the national history.
  317. In addition, they were not allowed to use expensive daily commodities.
  318. In addition, thin sumo wrestlers are called soppu still now since chicken bones are thin (whereas fat sumo wrestlers with the sagging lower abdomen are called anko).
  319. In addition, this Senryu continues as 'Bring it to toriya (restaurant),' which criticizes Shogun with a backbone in the Edo period compared to the busho of the Sengoku Period.
  320. In addition, this bridge is selected as one of the best hundred roads and streets of Japan (actually among 104 roads/streets).
  321. In addition, this case continued into the fourth section of Zen 'Gotoegen' which was written during Song Dynasty of China.
  322. In addition, this castle was constructed as a fortress against an uprising of Ikko sect followers in Echizen Province and Kaga Province, because it was situated at the strategic point on the route from Hokuriku-kaido Road to the capital.
  323. In addition, this caused breakup of the campaign to unite for a common purpose and the Freedom and People's Rights Movement reached a tuning point.
  324. In addition, this date has an error of 12 years and, thus, this might have been an envoy to Tang in China.)
  325. In addition, this idea was brought into the political insistence of the Sonno-joi movement (the movement advocating reverence for an emperor and the expulsion of foreigners).
  326. In addition, this is also because the battles between different regions did not always happen so, there was no risk to life, and they did not need to improve Yumiya if they could obtain enough food for living.
  327. In addition, this is supported by the fact that only a few kokujin followed Mitsuhide AKECHI after Honnoji Incident.
  328. In addition, this mainly covers the stories reflecting the social conditions at that time, therefore it is also called "Magemono".
  329. In addition, this painting is adopted as the motif of the logotype of QUICKSILVER, a brand name of surfing goods.
  330. In addition, this painting on a folding screen was lost.
  331. In addition, this point was introduced as a premodern aspect in the anti-Japanese movies produced in the United States during World War II.
  332. In addition, this revision made the liquor tax paid by declaration.
  333. In addition, this scene of the background of title was described in the original scenario written by Kaneto SHINDO only as 'A wagon run feeling the wind. Title and music,' 'A wagon run into a town,' 'A wagon run through the town' and so on.
  334. In addition, this shrine holds 'Emperor Junnin festival' every 50 years, and the upcoming 1250th anniversary is scheduled to be held in 2013.
  335. In addition, this term denotes the doctrinal basis of the Jodo Shinshu (the True Pure Land Sect of Buddhism), one of the traditional schools of Japanese Buddhism, and highlights Shinran's religious faith most succinctly.
  336. In addition, this was also true in Japan, but Yumiya developed into Japanese archery, Kyudo (Japanese archery), used in rites and festivals and culture during the Edo period so, it did not disappear.
  337. In addition, this was the first battle in which Terumoto MORI and Motonaga KIKKAWA participated.
  338. In addition, this word 'Enzetsu' (演説) which means a speech in Japanese is said to be translated by Fukuzawa.
  339. In addition, those ranking Sanmi or higher were allowed to establish a mandokoro (administrative division of a high-rank family) as an agency for the household, and had Shikiji Jusanmi Karei (butler), Shoshoinoge Shikiji Sanmi Keshori as keishi (personnel in charge of household affairs).
  340. In addition, those who are specially singled out for a certain role in a festival, those who have won a game in the course of a Shinto ritual or those who become yorishiro
  341. In addition, those who were under the patronage of kuge (court nobles) or samurai families developed into Noh (traditional Japanese masked dance-drama) and Kyogen (farce played during a Noh play cycle), and sarugaku became the generic term for noh and kyogen.
  342. In addition, though Shijo family (due to their great achievement at the Restoration) and Nakayama family (maternal relatives of Emperor Meiji) were not included in Seiga family, they were granted the title of marquis.
  343. In addition, though not included in the four articles of the Edict, significant reforms were made on other systems.
  344. In addition, three cable cars were set up to connect the facilities with each other.
  345. In addition, three iron swords, one short metal body armor with rivets, three iron arrowheads, and one Tosu (small knife) were unearthed from the central wooden coffin.
  346. In addition, tied with an influential person through the works of Sukuyo kanmon or prayers such as Hoshiku (Buddhist service for celebrating the star of a person's born year) and Saigu (festivals with altarage), some Sukuyoshi were assigned to betto (the superior of a temple) of the Horyu-ji Temple, the Saidai-ji Temple (Nara City) and so on.
  347. In addition, to diversify their taxi businesses, there are also some taxi companies that have the drivers obtain qualifications of a care attendant, lifesaving certification, or be certified as a security guard after they enter the company.
  348. In addition, to foreign affairs, he was responsible for diplomatic negotiations as Gaikoku Jimu Sosai (official in charge of foreign affairs).
  349. In addition, to maintain the position of his clan in the imperial court, toshi choja sometimes had the obligation to present opinions of his clan members to the imperial court.
  350. In addition, to prevent sundry bacteria to enter from the outside of the room, the room is made carefully by investing a certain amount of capital for double doors, sealable windows, adiabatic walls, etc.
  351. In addition, today's Omiya-dori Street is extended southward from the Kuzebashi-dori Street, until crossing the Kamogawa River and intersecting with the Abura-no-koji dori Street at the southern bank of the River near Kamitoba, Fushimi Ward.
  352. In addition, today's most convincing theory classifies the earthwares excavated from Yayoi-cho, which was the origin of the name Yayoi period, as earthware of the early Kofun (tumulus period) period in present earthware chronology.
  353. In addition, together with Emperor Goshirakawa, he was known as an expert of imayo, and a story in the "Jikkinsho" (Miscellany of Ten Maxims) tells how, by dedicating an imayo to Yakushi Nyorai (the Healing Buddha), he cured a sick person.
  354. In addition, toiyaba (administration office), honjin (officially appointed inn), and waki honjin (sub-honjin) were established for court nobles and samurai to stay and rest.
  355. In addition, toji groups established a toji union in order to hold stable employment and have a place for information exchange.
  356. In addition, tomi-bansho (marine affair bansho), set up in major ports where foreign vessels were likely to arrive such as Nagasaki Port, watched for suspicious vessels and individuals from a high place in collaboration with funaaratame-bansho and sekisho.
  357. In addition, towards the end of World War II, Japan was subject to large scale air raids nationwide and one protective measure taken was to use two zabuton together make an 'air raid hood' to protect the head and neck from falling objects
  358. In addition, town names were newly established, changed or abolished as follows:
  359. In addition, towns that were built around shukuba were referred to as shukuba-machi.
  360. In addition, trash and excretion by people entering this forest negatively affect the natural environment of this research forest.
  361. In addition, twenty-four Tc cars of (trailer car with cab) were transferred from the Yamanote Line that was under preparatory works for the installation of the ATC system.
  362. In addition, two of the onlookers clustered around the fight were arrested, too.
  363. In addition, two years before (1971), trade liberalization of whisky was announced and in the previous year (1972) a wine boom began.
  364. In addition, type 72 trains that were transferred from Kanto region to enforced the transport capacity included many of copper-made cars manufactured during the wartime, such as Kuha 79004 later transferred to the Kabe Line, and remodeled cars of former type 63 cars.
  365. In addition, types of rice malt should be discussed.
  366. In addition, typical Bunjin images had been formed represented by Wei WANG who was a poet of the second period of Chinese literature in the Tang period and regarded as the founder of literati painting, and LIN Ho Ching who lived in seclusion, planting Japanese plums and feeding cranes around Xi Hu (West Lake) in Sung.
  367. In addition, under TAIRA no Munemori's command, he accumulated and carried provisions of rice for the army, and then launched into military affairs, being in charge of the commissariat such as conscription and training warriors.
  368. In addition, under the 'terauke seido' (temple guarantee system), people were forced to register with any temple.
  369. In addition, under the ancient political system with the emperor at its center, goryo-shinko (the belief that spirits intimidate society) was established to deal with vengeful spirits, and thus malevolent gods were enshrined and appeased.
  370. In addition, unexpected expenses primarily for the occurrence of the Koshin seihen (Gapsin Coup in Korea) and the cholera outbreak made it extremely difficult to maintain the austere budget.
  371. In addition, unlike other arms, a Japanese sword was consistently worn in person from the Heian period mainly to show social status, and was regarded as a supplementary outfit for practical purposes.
  372. In addition, until the current Kurahashi Okanoueno Misasagi, which is 1.7 kilometers away in the southwest, is determined as Mausoleum of Emperor Sushun in Meiji period, Akasaka Tennozan-kofun Tumulus has been regarded as Mausoleum of Emperor Sushun from Edo period.
  373. In addition, upon the decree of Hakodate Prefecture, he engaged in the education of the Ainu tribe in Yurappu (present Yagumo town).
  374. In addition, use of kinjiki (literally, "forbidden colors," seven colors traditionally reserved for the imperial family and nobility) was permitted for him.
  375. In addition, using a great amount of guns as defense to increase the strength of Shimazu army became a great factor contributing to victory.
  376. In addition, various domains that had financial difficulties aggressively minted coins such as two-bu kin gold coin, one-bu gin silver coin, one-shu gin gold coin, and the currency called Tenpo Tuho secretly.
  377. In addition, various kinds of bills, such as the bills circulated at the mine in the territory, jinbadachin azukari-kitte issued by the kanjoba of the Mikazuki Domain, bills issued by a machi-kaisyo, a seisan-kaisyo and a sanbutsu-kaisho, and those issued by a shohokata and a kinkata in 1868, still exist.
  378. In addition, various mandala and Buddhist paintings to be used for the Shuho (esoteric ritual) of Esoteric Buddhism were produced.
  379. In addition, various rights were concentrated in the zuryo, and the kokuga system was reorganized with the office directly controlled by the zuryo (called 'sho') at the center.
  380. In addition, various sizes of 'kin' were used for different things to be weighed.
  381. In addition, various sushi dishes with visual names, such as spider roll, dynamite roll, and rainbow roll, each specific to the sushi chef, have appeared.
  382. In addition, various teaching materials were seen at the beginning and the end of a book as well as in the space above the body texts.
  383. In addition, various words were set to the tune.
  384. In addition, waist straps are characteristic; ordinary hakama skirts have front and back straps, but the back strap of this hakama joins the front strap to form a ring at the left-side of the hakama.
  385. In addition, warlords across the country, including Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, Kagekatsu UESUGI, Terumoto MORI and Yoshimune OTOMO, dispatched envoys to Hideyoshi one after another to celebrate his victory and to establish friendly relations with him, all of which also symbolized Hideyoshi's assumption of power in the Kinai Region.
  386. In addition, watching out for fire was jishinban's another main responsibility and many jishinban-ya had their roofs equipped with a ladder (small fire watchtower called hinomi-yagura) and hansho (fire bell).
  387. In addition, when FUJIWARA no Haruaki of Hitachi Province sought protection upon the issuance of a warrant for his arrest for being delinquent on tax payments to the Imperial Court, Masakado hid Haruaki and refused the request from the local government of Hitachi to hand him over.
  388. In addition, when Junshi became empress, Junshi's brother FUJIWARA no Kinto had stood in front of Higashi Sanjo dono, braggingly asking 'when will this nyogo become empress?' and earning the hatred of Kaneie and his daughter, Senshi.
  389. In addition, when Motozane died, Kiyomori had all of the shoen groups accumulated by the line of regents inherited by Motozane's official wife, Moriko, Kiyomori's daughter.
  390. In addition, when Nobunaga retreated to Gifu in January 1573, he could have defeated Nobunaga if he had chased him but he let his opportunity to capture Nobunaga go by.
  391. In addition, when Ranmaru MORI is mentioned, we usually imagine him as a clean, refreshing handsome man with feminine beauty.
  392. In addition, when Ryoma SAKAMOTO was assassinated in October of the same year, he exerted himself in searching for assassins and communicating with Kaientai (association of masterless samurai organized by Ryoma), a trading company, and Rikuentai (the anti-shogunate army of masterless samurai organized by Shintaro NAKAOKA).
  393. In addition, when Torii argued with Hidetatsu EGAWA, the Shogun's retainer and a member of the Shoshikai, over the survey method of Edo Bay, Torii was defeated by Egawa, who utilized Kazan WATANABE's connections and knowledge of Western science.
  394. In addition, when a coin's seal mark written in ink faded away, people brought it to an obanza (place to mint Oban) and the writing in Indian ink could be rewritten with the fee of three monme and five bu of silver, or one bu of gold after 1819.
  395. In addition, when a suspicious visitor came, warriors were hidden for the event of an emergency.
  396. In addition, when enshrining the dead, a soreisha (a small shrine dedicated to family ancestral spirits) is prepared separately from the kamidama (a household Shinto altar).
  397. In addition, when governor of Osaka Prefecture Fusae OTA expressed her intention to present the governor's cup on the dohyo, her proposal was again rejected by the Japan Sumo Association.
  398. In addition, when it is called simply 'danjo', it means the officials of danjodai.
  399. In addition, when performing Mie (a tense and symbolic pose at the emotional climax), he sticks out his red tongue to emphasize his grotesqueness.
  400. In addition, when prefectural governors conflicted with Fuken-ka, they dismissed it.
  401. In addition, when the Cloistered Emperor Hanazono converted his detached palace at Hanazono into a Zen temple, Myocho named it Myoshin-ji Temple on Mt. Shobo and he died on January 21 of the same year.
  402. In addition, when the Imperial Prince Morihito (later, the Emperor Nijo), who was born from Tsunemune's elder sister, Yoshiko (MINAMOTO no Arihito's adopted daughter) was formally installed as Crown Prince, he was appointed to Togu Gon no Daibu (Provisional Master of the Crown Prince's Quarters) and his political position was heightened as a maternal relative.
  403. In addition, when the life of ke does not go well, it is called kegare (withering of Qi).
  404. In addition, when the massive fire broke out at 'Shirokiya department store' (the predecessor of the former Tokyu Department Store Nihonbashi shop, and present day 'COREDO Nihonbashi') in Nihombashi (Chuo Ward, Tokyo), victims were mainly people wearing kimono.
  405. In addition, when the retired Emperor Suko and Emperor Gokogon were in conflict over the investiture of Imperial Prince Ohito, Emperor Gokogon expected bukeshisso to support his biological son Ohito's investiture as Crown Prince.
  406. In addition, when they formed the alliance Nagamasa took Lady Oichi, a younger sister of Nobunaga, as his wife.
  407. In addition, when you carry a sword, hirao (cord of sword) is not used.
  408. In addition, when, for example, Kokyu was played together with So in 'Rokudan no shirabe' (Music of Six Steps), a piece of music for So, using the music score written by Yoshizawa, it is specifically called 'Nagasaki Rokudan' because the score was so unique and needed such a high skill level to play.
  409. In addition, while Ienobu was still alive, a duel called "Kagiya no Tsuji no Ketto" (the Duel at the Key-Maker's Corner) was fought between Mataemon ARAKI and Matagoro KAWAI; after Mataemon struck down his enemy, he was was placed in the custody of the Shikibu family.
  410. In addition, while Kinmoto was in the position of Dainagon (Chief Councilor of State), not only his younger brother but also his uncle Saneo YAMASHINA was appointed as Gon Dainagon, with a result that the three men of the family worked as Dainagon at the same time.
  411. In addition, while Suien, a design of pattern, on the roof of the west pagoda is orthodox, the one on the east pagoda is unique with a shape like a fish bone (however, it does not seem to have been made at the time of the foundation).
  412. In addition, while awabi have large-diameter holes with an elevated edge similar in appearance to the crater of Mt. Fuji, the holes on a tokobushi have no such elevated edge around them and are not so large.
  413. In addition, while such Myobo kanmon (written reports to the Imperial Court) by Myobo-ke referenced ritsuryo law, the choices were pretty arbitrary, and it is worthy of attention that ritsuryo provisions did not directly have normative influence in the medieval period.
  414. In addition, while the Danka system guaranteed temples of a certain amount of believers and income, it forbade the propagation to other sects' believers and the construction of a new temple.
  415. In addition, while the main unit of the Oda army fought in Settsu Province, 30,000 allied forces including Nagamasa AZAI, Yoshikage ASAKURA and the Enryaku-ji Temple that recovered the troops, invaded Sakamoto (Otsu City) in Omi Province.
  416. In addition, while there are quite a few countries in which graffiti on the trains and trains with damages to property (vandalism) can be seen, these cases are very rare in Japan and railway cars are generally respected as a public property and thus kept clean.
  417. In addition, white dots of crystallized tyrosine, an amino acid, sometimes appear on the surface during the maturation process.
  418. In addition, widespread use of chemical fertilizers and the disappearance of farm animals also decreased the economic value of Satoyama.
  419. In addition, with interest in environmental problems being heightened, social interest in kosa has increased as well.
  420. In addition, with passage of the Naikaku-shokken ("the powers of each Cabinet position," which had seven articles in all), put in place at the same time as the Daijokan tasshi no. 69, guidelines--mainly concerned with defining the limits of the Prime Minister's power--for the management of the Cabinet system were established.
  421. In addition, with regard to the descriptions of his children in "Sonpi Bunmyaku" (Bloodlines of Noble and Base), there was a conflict between his brothers Yorimitsu and Yorihira.
  422. In addition, with rise and decline in popularity of pilgrimages to Kumano Sanzan, adequate routes are left unclear in some districts, and how to treat the routes derived from historical changes is not fixed.
  423. In addition, with some exceptions, by early in the 18th century, each domain had changed the fief system for retainers to provide a land into the salary system.
  424. In addition, with the fact that Yoshinaka had been protecting MINAMOTO no Yoshihiro (SHIDA Saburo Senjo) and MINAMOTO no Yukiie, who were both his uncles, he was about to fight against Yoritomo in March.
  425. In addition, with their substantial population, the province was a typical Hi-ryogokuchiiki, except the Himeji clan, Akashi clan and Ako clan, each of which occupied a sizable territory.
  426. In addition, within a period of slightly more than six months a series of problems occurred, including the decision by Ganjiro and Senjaku, who were father and son, to join the cinema world.
  427. In addition, words of foreign origin and food such as tenpura (deep-fried dish) were imported.
  428. In addition, work to support naturally-regenerating forests and create artificial forests of broad leaf trees have been conducted experimentally.
  429. In addition, writing a diary on the blank space of guchureki (annotated calendar) had been practiced since the Nara period and when more space was needed, extra lines were added on the back side of the calendar.
  430. In addition, you didn't have to obtain imperial sanction for sandai (a visit to the Imperial Palace) if you were wearing ikan.
  431. In addition, you may sometimes find the surface of hoshi-imo covered with white powder.
  432. In addition, young people now want to find a job at a company which can provide steady income, and the image that young people in countryside used to have, which was described as 'once becoming a toji, you can build a mansion,' is becoming old-fashioned.
  433. In addition, youthful Kenshin UESUGI and Nobunaga ODA went to Kyoto, aiming to be granted an audience with the shogun.
  434. In addition, 感恩寺 Temple (陽北面, Gyeongju City, North Gyeongsang Province) was built for the king at the site.
  435. In adjusting a clock for daylight saving time, time is put forward in the spring and backward in the fall, so one "springs forward" and "falls backward."
  436. In adopting the principle of tax on land, Koden (field administered directly by a ruler) was the base of the tax system.
  437. In advance he had promised to put the fight away with one strike, so he didn't take the opponent's life.
  438. In advance, parboil the beans or peas.
  439. In agricultural field improvement project that was started in the 1960s, farm lands were re-divided using 30 are (30m x 100m) as a unit, so many remains of jori were lost.
  440. In agriculture a northwesterly wind is also considered to be unlucky.
  441. In aikido, for which matches aren't held, enbukai is held to improve individual skills and promote it to the general public.
  442. In aikido, going beyond the implications above, it came to stand for the spiritual principle of 'realizing the ideal state through harmony with the principles of nature and the universe (equivalent to "qi"), in which there is no conflict with others.'
  443. In aikido, there is a phrase, 'voluntarily offer what the opponent wants,' and defensive techniques and kaeshi waza (returning the opponent's waza (technique) immediately) are common forms.
  444. In alignment with Shinobu KOMURO who was ex-feudal retainer of Tokushima Domain, he succeeded in persuading ex-feudal retainers of Miyazu and Fukuchiyama Domains to invest Kinroku-kosai as common stock.
  445. In all cases, cargo owner's and the captain's responsibilities for the damages were decided by the bond.
  446. In all events it means that the enshrined deity of Enomoto Shrine was regarded as the local god of this land.
  447. In all of the four domestic models, the bodies manufactured by Nishinippon Shatai Kogyo Co., Ltd., are used; however, until the 1990s about half the buses had bodies manufactured by Nishinippon Shatai Kogyo.
  448. In all of these countries, the Ritsuryo system began disappearing or became a dead letter from the latter half of the 8th century to the early 9th century.
  449. In all of these, the four Bosatsu mentioned above are described.
  450. In all other regards, try to practice economy.
  451. In all parts of Japan, Onsen-manju refers to mainly steamed manju and its color is white or brown, however it is not rare to find unique Onsen-manju which are made for meeting various tastes.
  452. In all seasons
  453. In all sections, the Hanwa Line operation control system is being used.
  454. In all, he created about 300 maps.
  455. In all, it transported amount reached 886,000 passengers, 138,000 horses and 262,000 tons of cargo.
  456. In all, the work was in 21 volumes, but Vol. 6 and Vol. 21 were lost and are nonexistent today.
  457. In almost all restaurants, Do-jiru and Kujira-jiru was priced at the same 16 mon.
  458. In alphabetical notation of the number of years, Koki is used in the same way as Heisei (the Japanese era since the enthronement of the present Emperor) and Imperial era 2600 is written as Koki 2600, etc.
  459. In amongst these, were governors from governors' families who served as daikan (provincial magistrate governors) or shugodai (military governors).
  460. In an "alternate writing" in the first section of "Nihonshoki," the name of Amenowakahiko's wife is not indicated.
  461. In an Article dated January 27, 859 of the "Nihon Sandai Jitsuroku" (the last of six classical Japanese history texts) it states that Amakashinimasu-jinja Shrine was promoted from Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade to Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade.
  462. In an actuality, there was no example of a Military Minister being elected from Shokan from Yobieki, Kobieki, and Taieki; a candidate once returned to active duty and was elected as a minister.
  463. In an advertisement at the end of volume eight published in 1809, the intention of 're-engraving the first volume because printing blocks have worn down' was already noted.
  464. In an age before the invention of the megaphone, Buddhism was preached simply to crowds using silent performances incorporating exaggerated body and hand movements.
  465. In an age when traditional Japanese houses were the majority, seiyo-kan buildings had an exotic image and mysterious atmosphere, and were frequently used as a setting for detective stories.
  466. In an agrarian society, a harvest festival was an old one, but there were other festivals in the form of presenting animal sacrifices at the altar.
  467. In an alternate writing in the second section of the Tenson Korin (descent of the heavenly grandchild) in Nihonshoki, Amaterasu gave a rice ear in the plain of high heaven to Ame no Oshihomimi, and he gave it to Ninigi who was born while Oshihomimi was falling from heaven, and went back to the heaven.
  468. In an alternate-day shift, because one service is counted as two-day work, a driver is supposed to work from 22 to 26 days a month.
  469. In an ancient drawing made in 1331, the shrine is depicted as a Gion-zukuri style building, and it is estimated from the fact that the original copy of this drawing was created in 986 that the Gion-zukuri style was established between 935 and 986.
  470. In an animated TV series "Manga Nihonshi" (animated history of Japan) of Nippon Television Network broadcasted in 1983, the turmoil of eejanaika began in Nagoya City.
  471. In an article from February of 670 in the "Nihonshoki," it is stated that "family registers were created and robbers and vagrants were regulated."
  472. In an article of August 25 of "Nihon shoki"(Chronicles of Japan), it was written that 'investigated and captured sinners such as Sadaijin, Udaijin, and so on.'
  473. In an article of May of the year 553 in the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), the story, below, is mentioned.
  474. In an article of the Jinshin Rebellion of the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), the name of "Wakyo" appeared.
  475. In an article under the heading of October 22, 690, of "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), Ganpo's son, though nameless, was mentioned.
  476. In an attempt to avoid stimulating the Liberal Party, the government sentenced only Tetsuomi KOHARA and four other brewers from Shimane Prefecture who signed the manifesto to imprisonment for fuoizai (a minor offense), without charging Ueki with anything.
  477. In an attempt to calm things down, the government issued orders prohibiting extreme Furyu time and time again, but they had absolutely no effect.
  478. In an attempt to compete with the convenience store box lunches (box lunches sold at convenience stores), a new type of Ekiben was developed that were cooked and packed in foreign countries where the manufacturing costs were low, shipped to Japan after being frozen, and then sold after being defrosted.
  479. In an attempt to deflect the dishonor of being dethroned, Saad submitted a document regarding voluntary abdication to the congress, but this was not voted on in time.
  480. In an attempt to elevate the authority of the shogun, the bakufu's Imperial Court policies of the bakufu were also eased; the number of Imperial domains was increased by adding the lands with the total production of 10,000 koku crop yields, Yushima Seido (Sacred Hall at Yushima) was built, and Nobuatsu HAYASHI was appointed Daigaku no kami (Director of the Bureau of Education).
  481. In an attempt to persuade him to reconsider, Emperor Toba awarded him the rank of Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) in 1143, and in 1144, approved his return to the Fujiwara family and appointed him Shonagon (lesser councilor of state).
  482. In an attempt to prevent such floods, various measures have been implemented since the Meiji period such as building Setagawa-araizeki Barrage, the drainage of Oguraike Lake and its isolation from the Uji-gawa River, and the Shin-Yodogawa-kaisaku (new project of cutting the river wider).
  483. In an attempt to respond to the situation, an institution for teaching the techniques of Sanyaku was established in the National Noh Theater to attract people other than Kuroto's children to the field of Nohgaku.
  484. In an attempt to retrieve a confidential document seized by Yoshitsune, he planned to offer his daughter to Yoshitsune.
  485. In an attempt to widen his field, he joined the 'Casino Folies' troupe and then started the comedy troupe called 'Pierre Brilliant' with Teiichi FUTAMURA and gradually became popular.
  486. In an earthquake in 855, the head of the Great Buddha fell off the statue, but was repaired soon after.
  487. In an easily understood manner, the western calendar does not take into consideration the difference between the lunar calendar and solar calendar.
  488. In an effort to avoid disturbances, the leadership of the Jodo Shinshu Honganji organization organized its followers of warriors, farmers, and craftsmen/merchants, thereby instituting a religiously based autonomous government over them.
  489. In an effort to make consumers aware of 'hon mirin,' the mirin industry has designated November 30 as 'Ii Mirin' (lit. Good Mirin') after the resemblance of the number 11 to the word Japanese word for 'good' written in hiragana and the 'mirin' homonym of the digits of the number 30.
  490. In an effort to strengthen the political authority of the Imperial Court, after the War, Shinzei issued the Hogen edict, which imposed the Decree Restricting the Expansion of Private Estates, introduced regulations governing major temples and shrines, and restored the Imperial Palace.
  491. In an emergency, such a 'Buke no toryo' was appointed tsuitoshi, and the leader mobilized samurai under 'Ikkoku toryo' with whom he had a master-servant relationship, to carry out necessary military activities.
  492. In an epidemiological survey conducted in South Korea between 1995 and 1998, death rate in the higher age range increased by 2.2 percent and the persons who visited or were admitted to hospitals due to diseases related to respiratory organs, circulatory organs or eyes increased, when kosa arrived flying.
  493. In an episode from Emperor Keiko in "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), an araburu kami (rough deity) from Mt. Ibuki was transformed into a huge snake and appeared in front of Yamato Takeru (no mikoto) who said 'This snake must be a servant of the rough deity.'
  494. In an essay published in the December 1978 edition of a periodical called "Art Top," a philosopher Takeshi UMEHARA described the flowers-and-birds painting of Shoko UEMURA is a type of bijinga descended into the world of birds.'
  495. In an event held in Sao Paulo, Brazil in 2007 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Japanese immigration, enka songs, instead of J-pop songs, were performed as Japanese music.
  496. In an event train, box lunches limited to the event are sometimes sold.
  497. In an excavation conducted in 1981, no firm evidence proving that it was Yoshimitsu's residence was discovered, although some relics were unearthed.
  498. In an excavation of Honno-ji Temple, trench marks and a lot of burned tiles which seemed to have existed at the same time as Honno-ji no Hen were found, which scholars pointed out signal a possibility that Honno-ji may have been reconstructed for use as a fortress.
  499. In an exception to the general rule, foreigners with jobs in Japan were allowed to live outside the settlements.
  500. In an excerpt from the article of sushi peddlers in Fig. 2.
  501. In an extreme case, 'tea leaves only from Mie Prefecture' can be 'Uji cha' only if they are processed in Kyoto Prefecture, and on the contrary, those processed outside Kyoto Prefecture cannot be sold as 'Uji cha' even though they are produced in Kyoto Prefecture.
  502. In an extreme case, a student who was still studying was appointed to the doctor.
  503. In an extreme case, the mother of the hundred and nineteenth Emperor Kokaku was a commoner.
  504. In an imperial edict issued at the time of her mother Empress Genmei's abdication as recorded in "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicles of Japan Continued), she was described as being gracious, calm, glamorous and beautiful.
  505. In an intercalary month of February 1648, he was transferred to the Tanba Kameyama with an increase in the revenues of 8,000 koku.
  506. In an interview in the January 2007 issue of Kabuki magazine "Engeki-kai" he explained that he had been visiting race tracks for a long time and that his first experience was at Negishi racetrack when he was taken there by his father, Fukusuke V, as a child.
  507. In an interview with Soichi OYA when he was sixty, he said he wrote two to three hundred tanka (a thirty one-syllable Japanese poem) each day and had written five to six hundred thousand tanka by then.
  508. In an interview, the late General ウ・ジョンニム from Seitokan said to a journalist, 'I practiced konsudo; however, the name was conveniently changed (to taekwondo) afterwards by a faction led by General チェ・ホンヒ.'
  509. In an introduction by Sakuden he says, 'I wrote down on wastepaper the funny stories I have heard since I was little,' explaining how the stories came to be collected.
  510. In an investigation conducted in 1934 over the area from China to Japan, the sand grain sizes were concentrated in the range of 0.001 mm to 0.5 mm (note that optical microscopes used could not measure minute grain sizes).
  511. In an investigation in 2007 also in Busan in which the amount of these components taken into human bodies was measured, it was found that 0.028 to 0.038 pg-TEQ/kg/day was taken in the day when kosa fell, more than double 0.01pg-TEQ/kg/day that was taken in an ordinary day.
  512. In an offensive and defensive battle of Ueda-jo Castle in Shinano Province in 1585, he bravely fought together with his brothers under the condition that the entire army was at the mercy of Masayuki SANADA's command.
  513. In an official scene, such as when holding ceremonies or rituals or performing kagura, miko sometimes wear chihaya (half-coats) atop their costumes.
  514. In an old garden/a tea whisk is placed like a flower/camellias
  515. In an old translation by Kumaraju, it was called Kanzeon Bosatsu, while at that time the name in China was also Kanzeon Bosatsu.
  516. In an opinion poll on religion, conducted by the Yomiuri Shimbun on August 6 and 7, 2005, 75 percent answered they do not have faith in religion, while 23 percent answered they do, which is a 11 percent decline from 34 percent in the 1979 survey.
  517. In an opinion, originally Takamanohara (plain of high heaven) and the Nenokuni were located in the same level as Ashihara no Nakatsukuni (literally, "Central Land of Reed Plains," which refers to the human world), but Takamanohara was moved to upper so the Nenokuni was considered to be located underground.
  518. In an opinion, the political union centered on Yamatai-koku Kingdom, which had political power in the western Japan, was said to be stronger than that centered on Kuna-koku Kingdom in Nobi Plain having political power in eastern Japan.
  519. In an opposition to this, Rennyo refused to make the monetary payment to the main temple, Enryaku-ji Temple.
  520. In an oracle received in a dream, Takakuraji was told he was to receive a sacred sword known as Futsu no mitama, which he was to present to Emperor Jinmu.
  521. In an oval lunch box with a lid, the point of contact between the lid and the box differ in position depending on how deep the lid is; when it has a deep lid, the point of contact is displaced in order to avoid friction with it.
  522. In an unveiling of the principle image at Hase-dera Temple in 1459, he carried the Emperor's command granting Imperial permission to Kofuku-ji Temple.
  523. In ancient China, 'Taikaku' (or also pronounced Daikaku) was an organization that presided over eight ministries, and assisted the emperor in discussing government policies.
  524. In ancient China, each day in the new year's week was designated as the day of a certain animal, with the first day as the day of the rooster, the second day as the day of the dog, the third the boar, the fourth the sheep, the fifth the ox, the sixth the horse respectively.
  525. In ancient China, it was believed that the stars in the heavens symbolize the nations on the earth and that unusual movements of stars were portent of political upheaval (上天思想.)
  526. In ancient China, musical instruments were classified into eight categories depending on the materials used, and were referred to as 'Hachion,' which means 'eight sounds.'
  527. In ancient China, people practiced the custom of making ablutions in the river to purify their bodies and expel the unclean on the day of Serpent that took place during the beginning of a month, and this was called Joshi no Harai (literally, purification performed on the earliest day of the Serpent in a month).
  528. In ancient China, the Daishogun (Da jiang jun in Chinese) was a bureaucratic rank signifying the highest rank of all generals and was also called Jo-shogun (Sha jiang jun in Chinese).
  529. In ancient China, the castration penalty was considered as the second most severe penalty next to the death sentence.
  530. In ancient China, the morning star was called Keimei and the evening star was called Choko or Taihaku, and were considered the star gods responsible for military affairs, adopted by Onmyodo in Japan and became Taihakujin, Konjin, and Daishogun.
  531. In ancient China, the precepts of "Li," ("礼,"largely understood as rituals, although it also suggests the ideas of customs, etiquette, morals) "Yueh," ("楽,"classic of music) "Xing" or "Xingfa ("刑"or "刑法," written codes of penalty and punishment) "Fa" ("兵,"military treaties and also military affairs) were established to maintain the nation and public order.
  532. In ancient China, the term, `Kyushu' refers to the territory which was directly reigned by an emperor, and it refers to tenka (realm), not to the nine countries.
  533. In ancient China, there were gods of alcohol named Yi Ti and Du Kang (pronounced as toko in Japanese), and this opinion insists that the term came from the story that people who made good sake were given a surname (written as 氏 in Japanese) Toko (written as 杜康 in Japanese) which was derived from the latter god.
  534. In ancient Chinese legends there are many stories of elixirs of rejuvenation.
  535. In ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome, people (mainly men) who served at shrines were called Jinkan.
  536. In ancient Egypt, there were the cases that bronze mirrors were used.
  537. In ancient India there did not exist the concept of absolute property right and the small farm house, which was self-sufficient, developed the forest, made it a field, became the owner of the land and was guaranteed the right to cultivate it by paying taxes to the king.
  538. In ancient India, after Mahayana Buddhism became popular there, not only Shakyamuni, but also many other persons were respected and adored as Buddha.
  539. In ancient India, people made 'a ceremonial mound' of earth where they enshrined 'Gods.'
  540. In ancient India, those who performed benefactions in life were believed to go to Yama's country out in heaven.
  541. In ancient India, women came to be graded because goddess worship was generated from the many gods of Hinduism (many gods and animal gods existed).
  542. In ancient Indian Buddhism, Mujoin (monastery for rest of sick persons in Jetavana Vihara) was constructed at the northwest corner of Jetavana Vihara to accept the sick and dying persons.
  543. In ancient Japan where the culture and administrations were developed under the strong influence of China, the kanin system was installed at the same time as the importation of the ritsuryo system.
  544. In ancient Japan, Chokushimaki was a ranch developed by the emperor's Chokushi and was used to supply war horses for the Meryo (the section taking care of imperial horses).
  545. In ancient Japan, a black cat symbolized an amulet or good fortune as 'fukuneko' (a good-luck cat) because it could see also in the night.
  546. In ancient Japan, about 109 meters were equivalent to one cho (unit) (=60 bu), and the area of about a 109-meter square was also called one cho.
  547. In ancient Japan, currency such as Mumon-ginsen coin (Japan's oldest private silver coin) or Fuhonsen (683) coin existed before the appearance of Wado-kaichin.
  548. In ancient Japan, emphasis was placed on Usa-jingu shrine in Kyushu rather than on Ise-jingu shrine.
  549. In ancient Japan, it meant the rice fields owned by the Imperial family or the Imperial Court, and the meaning varies according to the times.
  550. In ancient Japan, it was called 'Katana' or 'Sword', and the name 'Japanese sword' was not used.
  551. In ancient Japan, people felt that there was something awe-inspiring about the mountains, rivers, giant rocks, giant trees, animals, plants, and other such elements of nature, as well as natural phenomena such as fire, rain, wind, thunder, and the like.
  552. In ancient Japan, shisei, or ujina and kabane, was positioned as a name granted by Tenno to his retainers (Shisei system).
  553. In ancient Japan, souls of the dead were believed to live in mountains.
  554. In ancient Japan, the custom of utagaki was practiced as an event based on a magical belief of the people, irrespective of age and sex, who gathered on a fixed time and day at a specific place to exchange courtship songs while eating and drinking together in order to form couples who may eventually fall in love.
  555. In ancient Japan, the first task of kokushi (provincial governors) was to visit and worship at all the shrines within the province.
  556. In ancient Japan, the introduction of Chinese poems reflected Japan's attempt on transition towards a country under the ritsuryo system to join the continent culture.
  557. In ancient Japan, the term "Shoban" meant three countries in the Korean Peninsula called 'Sankan' as well as the clans of settlers originally from there.
  558. In ancient Japan, with the development of agriculture, prayers at the beginning of the year for an abundant crop began, and developed to honor Toshigami, which became the main event for New Year's.
  559. In ancient Japanese architecture, some floors were designed to creak when walked upon so that the danger of outside intruders was detected, the mechanism was called uguisubari.
  560. In ancient Japanese this concept was thought to correspond to the word 'kimi,' which became the Japanese reading of the Chinese character.
  561. In ancient Rome, one year included 10 months; March was the first month and March 1st was New Year's Day (the first day of the new year).
  562. In ancient Rome, there was the goddess of the kamado (Vesta) and there were the Vestal Virgins who kept fire constantly burning in the hearth.
  563. In ancient Shintoism, along with 'kamusabi,' there is a history and value of respecting not only something that's old, but also something that's large.
  564. In ancient Shintoism, there are mountains and forests called kannabi where 'gods sit.'
  565. In ancient and medieval Japan, the baikan system was introduced as an official system to rescue courtiers without posts.
  566. In ancient and medieval Japan, the government made post-less courtiers (Sani) with ranks lower than Rokui (Sixth Rank) serve for Saniryo (the office controling Sani, courtier without post) in order to help and give them chances for appointments or promotions.
  567. In ancient and medieval times, the color of blue was made by dyeing with Amur cork or other materials for bottoming and with indigo for topping.
  568. In ancient capitals that were established in accordance with the Chinese grid-patterned city layout, Imperial Palaces, consisting of a palace and a kanga (government office), were placed in the northern central part of the city.
  569. In ancient days, Mt. Kagu-yama loved Mt. Unebi-yama and fought against Mt. Miminashi-yama for love; there is no doubt we still fight for love between wives, as it has been the same since the age of the gods.
  570. In ancient days, Nakasen-do Road was referred to as mountain pass or Tosan-do Road and, during the Edo Period, it was written as 中山道 or 中仙道 but, in 1716, it was standardized to 中山道 as per the instruction of the Edo bakufu.
  571. In ancient days, fuwanoseki, one of three seki (a checkpoint), was placed.
  572. In ancient days, to differentiate soba noodles from sobagaki (also known as sobaneri) which was also made by kneading buckwheat flour, the former was referred to as sobakiri.
  573. In ancient language, fundoshi was called "tafusagi."
  574. In ancient shrine buildings, the material was thick and was required for structural purposes.
  575. In ancient texts the term 'Koshi' (格子) is often described as 'Koshi' (隔子), for example, in Kawachi no kuni Kanshin-ji Engi Shizaicho (Official Register and Inventory for Kanshin-ji Temple in Kawachi Province) in 884, there is a record that the four 'lattice doors' were set up in front of Nyohodo (a Buddhism hall).
  576. In ancient time, an area of rice fields that brings 1 koku of rice was refered to as 1 tan.
  577. In ancient times a sentence 'Sukunahikona no Mikoto went over to Misaki in Kumano and at last reached Tokoyo no kuni (parallel universe beyond the sea)' in the volumes of divine age of "Chronicles of Japan" shows that there is a bridge between this and the next world.
  578. In ancient times and during the medieval period when the blood line of a clan was highly regarded, the order within the clan was maintained mainly by the ujinochoja (head of a clan).
  579. In ancient times areas where falconry was practiced was limited as Kinya (hunting grounds for the Emperor where the public was banned from hunting), and hoyoshi (by Taiho Code) and Shuyoshi (by Yoro-rei Act) who conducted Taka-gari for Emperor were appointed.
  580. In ancient times in Japan, it meant to join priesthood with tonsure under the Ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the Ritsuryo code).
  581. In ancient times in the East, the time of the year around the winter solstice was considered as the beginning of the year, but later on the time of year around the beginning of spring was considered as the beginning of the year (actually, a month having rain was considered Shogatsu (January)).
  582. In ancient times in the West, the time of year around March of the current calendar was considered as the beginning of the year (and calendar for winter didn't exist) but later on, the winter solstice was considered as the beginning of the year (referring to the Roman calendar.)
  583. In ancient times it used to be manufactured by using brown rice seedlings and the diastatic enzyme it contains.
  584. In ancient times it was also called Oyumi (different from Taikyu of China in the sense of meaning and structure).
  585. In ancient times it was considered that the rule of each province was not the task of statesmen alone; it could only be accomplished through the power of the unseen kami enshrined in each area or district.
  586. In ancient times most local development efforts were carried out by temples and shrines, and among such shrines, the focus was on entertainment, religious festivals, and Shinto rituals; their efforts were not limited only to building temples and shrines, but also extended to firming up societal infrastructure as well.
  587. In ancient times one puppet was manipulated by one puppeteer, but the way to manipulate a puppet with three people was invented at "Ashiyadoman Ouchikagami" in 1734, and now one puppet is usually manipulated by three puppeteers.
  588. In ancient times the Kamo clan were teacher of the Abe clan, and held a superior status.
  589. In ancient times the lake was called Chikatsu-awa-umi (or simply Awaumi) as the body of freshwater nearest to the capital.
  590. In ancient times there was a rise in the belief that departed souls of those deposed politically or defeated in war would bring calamity upon their opponents or enemies, giving birth to goryo shinko during the Heian period.
  591. In ancient times there were examples such as "the Seventeen-Article Constitution," and in modern time there is the example such as "three banzais (cheers) decree" which appeared at the end of 20th century.
  592. In ancient times when important matters in connection with the politics of state or choosing of successors were decided, there were cases when lots were drawn to determine the intention of the Gods and this is said to be the origin of the modern day mikuji.
  593. In ancient times when many provinces existed, the east side of Mt. Aoba was a territory of the Yamato authorities and the west side that of Ni Province.
  594. In ancient times when the concept of demotion from nobility to subject was not yet clear, Imperial Families with ancestors from after the era of the ninth Emperor Kaika, were given the surname Kimi (Kabane).
  595. In ancient times, "1 kon" meant to fill a sake cup full with sake and the sake cup was passed around to all members of the drinking party.
  596. In ancient times, 'noritogoto' also referred to the words presented by gods to people who assembled at a religious service ("senmei-tai," or a grand style written in an imperial-edict manner).
  597. In ancient times, China occupied the central position in East Asia.
  598. In ancient times, Dazai-fu, along with Taga-jo Castle, were called `to no mikado,' and `to no mikado' means `another capital far away from the capital, the foreign capital.'
  599. In ancient times, Ezo was written as "毛人" and read as "Emishi" or "Ebisu," but from the seventh century onward, it was written as "蝦夷."
  600. In ancient times, Hata clan, a powerful family based in Uzumasa, is said to have developed this area.
  601. In ancient times, Hikimeya were shot at turning points of a life; on a baby's birthday for praying for the baby's growth; on entering into a birth room for praying for an unborn baby's health; Hikimeya was shot over the roof of a house when moving into the house in order to remove negative vibes and to drive off evil spirits;
  602. In ancient times, Imperial residences were relocated by generations and Kokyo referred to a palace which was called Miya.
  603. In ancient times, Iwakiri was located at the intersection of Oku-omichi Road which led to Taga-jo Castle, the kokufu (provincial office), in Mutsu province.
  604. In ancient times, Japan, which was strongly influenced by Tang, adopted multi-capital system.
  605. In ancient times, Katata belonged to Shiga County, Omi Province.
  606. In ancient times, Kawa-higashi, including Umaji-cho and Izumo, Chitose-cho on the left side of the Oi-gawa (Hozu-gawa) River, is believed to have been the area where many tumuli were observed and accordingly, large powerful families ruled the area; additionally the provincial monastery was built in the Kokubun area, Chitose-cho.
  607. In ancient times, Kyoto was frequently called names which included Kyoraku, Rakuchu and Rakuyo after Luoyang (Rakuyo in Japanese) which became the capital of imperial China.
  608. In ancient times, Sekku was called "Sechinichi," and on the dates of Sechinichi, seasonal court banquets called "Sechi-e" were held.
  609. In ancient times, Toji marked the beginning of a year.
  610. In ancient times, Yamazakura (P. jamasakura) in mountains and double-flowered cherry blossoms were common.
  611. In ancient times, Yumiya (like a fishing rods and hooks) were called 'sachi' (happiness) because hunting brought sustenance for life.
  612. In ancient times, Yumiya had been practiced aiming an improvement of hunting skills.
  613. In ancient times, a 'hoya' meant a hibachi, 'teaburi' or koro (incense burner) with square legs like a subitsu.
  614. In ancient times, a divine spirit was generally believed not to stay in one place but to visit a specific place in a specific season and return after receiving religious services.
  615. In ancient times, a target meant Yumiya.
  616. In ancient times, a thin copper or lead plate was put on a wooden form in a shape of a flat tile, concave tile or yakugawara tile (roof tiles with a special purpose), and this tile was laid on a roof in the same manner as a clay tile.
  617. In ancient times, a transfer of a deity to a new shrine building was conducted once in 60 years, but it was in 1874 when the current main building was built.
  618. In ancient times, according to the Suininki in the Nihonshoki (the Chronicle of Japan, Japan's first official history), "Ise no kuni (Ise Province), land of the divine wind, is where the waves from the unchanging land beyond the sea (i.e., heaven) return."
  619. In ancient times, along with the development of the Ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code), roads were developed based on the Eki transportation system between the capital (Kinai region - the five capital provinces surrounding the ancient capitals of Nara and Kyoto) and local regions, and Umaya (regular intervals stages) were set up on the ways.
  620. In ancient times, children in these costumes rowed a boat at feasts.
  621. In ancient times, conventional Koshinto (as practiced prior to the introduction of Confucianism and Buddhism to Japan) was followed, with the Shinto religion, which is a developed form of Koshinto, becoming the main religion later.
  622. In ancient times, equestrian peoples heavily influenced the techniques of settled people regarding kisha, however there is no detailed record of those equestrian peoples since they kept on moving from place to place to live and it was hard to keep a record of them.
  623. In ancient times, every time when a tea ceremony or a tea party was convened, Chashaku were freshly made without being stored, so there is only a handful of preserved Chashaku from the ancient times.
  624. In ancient times, however, Mt. Daimonji was also called Mt. Nyoigadake.
  625. In ancient times, in Mahadh there was a Brahmin whose first name was Maka and family name was Kyoshika, and who did good deeds (福徳) and had great wisdom.
  626. In ancient times, in the Japanese Imperial court, Crown Prince was also called Chokun (which was alternatively pronounced as Moke no kimi).
  627. In ancient times, it meant the same as koden (cadastral survey), but in the Medieval period it meant the same as kenchu (land survey).
  628. In ancient times, it referred to persons who pray for protection of gods or conduct exclusively religious services.
  629. In ancient times, it seems 'sukimono' referred to someone who was infatuated with creating waka (a 31-syllables Japanese poem), but it is said that 'suki' gradually changed to refer to renga (linked poem) as it became popular in the Muromachi period.
  630. In ancient times, it symbolized the ruling clan's authority, and it was also used in religious rituals by the ruling clan.
  631. In ancient times, it was a route by which foreign goods of the Chinese continent and Korean peninsula from the port of Naniwa (Osaka) to the capital.
  632. In ancient times, it was also used when presenting things to members of the upper-classes.
  633. In ancient times, it was called Tori no machi.
  634. In ancient times, it was simple, focusing on congratulating the Emperor for his long and prosperous reign and offering Yasakani-no-Magatama (comma-shaped jewel) to the god.
  635. In ancient times, it was used on armor, helmets and the like.
  636. In ancient times, kesa with fifteen or twenty-three jo existed.
  637. In ancient times, keyhole-shaped tumuli were described as being gourd-shaped.
  638. In ancient times, mekabu seaweed was referred to as manakashi (seaweed roots) being prized as a second-best tribute after nori (dried sheets of laver seaweed).
  639. In ancient times, nenbutsu of Amida Buddha was preached as a representative of Shobutsugenzenzanmai (various forms of the Buddha appearing in meditation) in the "Hanju Zanmai-kyo Sutra" (sutra of the meditation to behold the Buddhas), and this became the basis of jogyo zanmai (constantly walking samadhi) in the Tendai sect.
  640. In ancient times, neri-mochi referred to powdered food which is produced by processing wheat into farina, spreading it into a flat sheet, hardening it, and heating it, however, later on, neri-mochi referred to such kinds of powder food as those made from other food materials such as barley, millet, corn, etc.
  641. In ancient times, ohitashi was written as "浸物" (hitashimono).
  642. In ancient times, only two deities, Ajisukitakahikone-no-Mikoto and Shitateruhime-no-Mikoto, were enshrined, but later Amenowakahiko-no-Mikoto (the husband of Shitateruhime-no-Mikoto) and Tagirihime-no-Mikoto (the mother of Shitateruhime-no-Mikoto) were added to reflect elements of Japanese mythology.
  643. In ancient times, paper was of particular value, so the disposal documents was re-used as the lid for the lacquer liquid.
  644. In ancient times, regional administrators were divided, and Maizuru belonged to Ninokuni Province.
  645. In ancient times, sanpai and sankei indicated a visit to a nearby location to pray to gods or Buddha, but from about the Heian period, people began to visit a shrine or a temple located far away.
  646. In ancient times, sumi was ground into powder in a mortar like before use.
  647. In ancient times, the Tsugaru Straits were located around Ezo (the Early Modern Japanese to describe the island of Hokkaido and the people who lived there) (it refers to `Tsugaru,' `Ara-Emishi,' `Niki-Emishi' in "Shin To-jo" (New Book of Tang).
  648. In ancient times, the area was called Katsuragi, and the towering Mt. Kongo-san was said to be Takamanohara.
  649. In ancient times, the editors of "Chronicles of Japan" identified the Yamatai and Yamato Dynasty and also Himiko and Empress Jingu.
  650. In ancient times, the eldest daughters of emperors were called as Genkoshu (e.g., the eldest daughter of Liu Pang was called "Lu (or Lo in Japanese) Genkoshu," 魯元公主, or the Genkoshu given the land in Lu).
  651. In ancient times, the family ruled the area of the present Nuta in Mihara City, Hiroshima Prefecture.
  652. In ancient times, the name used to be pronounced 'raseimon,' following the pronunciation of the Han period in China, but its reading and spelling gradually fluctuated, and after the yokyoku 'Rashomon' was announced, it settled as 羅生門 and pronounced raseimon or rashomon.
  653. In ancient times, the person to be purified pulled onusa by hand to transfer impurities.
  654. In ancient times, the place was called Yaso no chimata (the ancient crossroad of Tsubaichi), and was located around the area of Odono, Sakurai City.
  655. In ancient times, the post was classified as a Ryoge no kan (a class outside of the Ritsuryo system [a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code]).
  656. In ancient times, the statue's name appeared in works including "Konjaku Monogatarishu" (lit. Anthology of Tales from the Past), "Makurano-soshi" (The Pillow Book) and "Heike Monogatari"(the Tale of the Heike), and it drew many worshippers as a guardian deity of those born in the years of Ox and Tiger (of the Chinese zodiac).
  657. In ancient times, the word "wasabi" appeared in "Fuyaku ryo (tax structure)" (the equivalent of Enforcement Order of Corporation Tax Act), which was issued in 718 during the Nara period.
  658. In ancient times, their role was to get the messages of the gods (oracles) and convey them to other people, but in the modern age it has changed to a role in shrines served by women.
  659. In ancient times, there existed a custom of utagaki in the Mt. Tsukuba area in Hitachi Province and other places in Japan, as is learned from the "Manyoshu" (the "Anthology of Ten Thousand Leaves")
  660. In ancient times, there was Yamazaki-bashi Bridge built across the Yodo-gawa River and a port for foreign delegates.
  661. In ancient times, there was a custom where Oshokuryo (side dishes excluding grain) including mainly fishery products were presented to the Emperor and the Imperial Family as sacrifices, and it is considered that, under the Ritsuryo system, this was stipulated in addition to Soyocho (a tax system).
  662. In ancient times, there was a poem about Ogura-ike Pond saying, 'I hear loud sound over the cove of Okura (Ogura-ike Pond) and it seems that a flock of geese are flying to rice paddies in Fushimi,' Volume 9, No. 1699, Manyoshu (Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves).
  663. In ancient times, there were two types of biwa: the four-stringed type with a neck bent backward (Kyokukei Biwa) and the five-stringed type with a straight neck (Chokukei Biwa).
  664. In ancient times, they were also made of leather, but later on, they're mostly made of cotton.
  665. In ancient times, this motif was called "shiho tasuki" (cross-bracing in four directions) then the name changed from "shiho" (four directions) to "shippo."
  666. In ancient times, this term was written in kanji script as '践?,' while '践' means to take an official position and '?' means the position of the Tensi emperor.
  667. In ancient times, those daughters were called with the names of the lands conferred on them as they married, in a form of the place name and 'Koshu' (e.g. Taihei Koshu, Anraku Koshu), but this cannot be applied to the names in the Ming and Qing periods because the title became treated as a title indicating nobility.
  668. In ancient times, two wooden logs were simply crossed and tied together to make a roof without their tips being cut neatly.
  669. In ancient times, when an important incident such as Dokyo Incident in which Wake no Kiyomaro went to receive an oracle of Usa-jingu Shrine, or the enthronement of an emperor, Imperial envoys were always dispatched to Usa-jingu Shrine.
  670. In ancient times, when cooking, people put a pan or a pot over an open flame without any enclosure.
  671. In ancient times, zosui was shown as '増水' (increased water), which probably had a strong connotation of increasing the volume of rice with water.
  672. In ancient words it is also called Togari, falconry, and Takano.
  673. In and After the Edo Period
  674. In and Before the Heian Period
  675. In and after 1329: Jikusen Bonsen, a monk from Yuan, published "Shuigejushu" (Collection of Buddhist verses).
  676. In and after 1952 when the real development of the forest roads started, the forest area where trees were cut increased rapidly.
  677. In and after 1990's, sake yeasts named after the place of development, such as Shizuoka yeast, Yamagata yeast, Akita yeast and Fukushima yeast came to be highly valued.
  678. In and after 1990s, small-scale museums opened one after another.
  679. In and after around 1995, the number of young ladies who put on Geta as informal footwear increased because they felt that 'Geta are cute, and make a good sound.'
  680. In and after his middle age, he gradually came to be recognized as the master of sarugaku even outside Yamato Province.
  681. In and after medieval times, Buddhist style ceremonies called Sokui Kanjo (Buddhist ritual of accession ordination) were also held (although it is said that the first case was made at Emperor Gosanjo, it become an established custom after Emperor Gofukakusa).
  682. In and after the 18th century
  683. In and after the 1980s, many different varieties of sakamai, for which the properties of each prefecture are fully utilized, have been developed.
  684. In and after the 20th century, Empress Michiko, Princess Masako, the wife of Imperial Prince Naruhito, and other imperial family members, such as Prince Mikasa and his family, Princess Takamado and her family, and Prince Akishino and his family, visited this temple to pray for safe delivery.
  685. In and after the Edo period it was called kando (disowning).
  686. In and after the Edo period, from the meaning of it, it became not to be performed in public out of consideration for the bakufu, and was passed down for generations by 'Entsu-in Temple' in Matsushima-cho, Miyagi Prefecture.
  687. In and after the Edo period, he was praised as a loyal subject of the Southern Court and especially in regard to education under the Kokuku Shikan (emperor-centered historiography which is based on state Shinto), the loyal subject Takanori KOJIMA created great teaching material, which made him a national hero.
  688. In and after the Edo period, he was spotlighted in kodan storytelling and novels as a genius strategist Yukimura SANADA, who challenged his arch enemy Tokugawa with an entourage of Sanada Juyushi (ten Sanada braves), and became widely known among the public.
  689. In and after the Edo period, such heishi was produced by only one old craft center in Kyoto.
  690. In and after the Heian period
  691. In and after the Meiji Era, it has kept a close ties with Umewaka family, and the tie deeply affects its style of performance.
  692. In and after the Meiji period
  693. In and after the Meiji period, Shingaku music was performed by Japanese instruments and by Western instruments as well.
  694. In and after the Meiji period, empirical research was carried out and "Research on the Succession of the Emperor Chokei" and other books were published in the Taisho period.
  695. In and after the Meiji period, many martial arts were organized nationwide, and masters of schools started to directly govern their disciples distributed nationwide.
  696. In and after the Meiji period, only Ise-jingu Shrine and shrines of a higher shrine ranking had the post of Negi..
  697. In and after the Meiji period, the Lake Biwa Canal, the Tokaido Main Line, and the Keihan Keishin Line were built in Yamashina, and the Keishin National Route (later the National Route 1 and now the Sanjo-dori Street) opened in 1933..
  698. In and after the Middle Ages, the Ichoku was understood as 'punishing all the violations against judgements issued by court nobles' (according to the book called "Satamirensho"), and by people, it is ambiguously thought to have gone against an Emperor's command.
  699. In and after the Sung dynasty era in China, the development of the capital under the ancient capital street plan became unpopular and Suzaku-dori Street became uncommon.
  700. In and after the Taisho and Showa periods, it flourished as a residential suburb and industrial area after fibers and dyeing related plants were built.
  701. In and after the World War II
  702. In and after the Yayoi period, people who belonged to the Jomon culture (an ancient culture in Japan) or the Satsumon culture (an ancient culture in Hokkaido) continually moved southward from Hokkaido to settle in the Tohoku region; therefore, historically the Tohoku region followed a different path from that of the region south of Kanto.
  703. In and after the Yuan (Dynasty) period, the third and the fourth became the main factors.
  704. In and after the early Heian period, Kugyo worn hoeki no ho even when he concurrently served as military officer.
  705. In and after the first half of the middle of the Yayoi period, manufactured weapon type bronze ware such as bronze swords, doka (bronze halberd for ritual) and bronze halberds gradually increased in thickness.
  706. In and after the high-growth period, the farmlands were steadily turned into lands for housing, in particular housing complexes, making it a commuter town for Kyoto and Osaka.
  707. In and after the late medieval period, Shonagon was known as the official position appointed to the court nobles from the Funabashi family in the Kiyohara clan line, after having served as a tutor to the emperor.
  708. In and after the latter half of the seventh century, under the tense international circumstances in East Asia such as the fall of Baekje and so on, Wakoku (Japan) intended to stabilize the government and keep the independence as a nation by promoting the centralization.
  709. In and after the mid Edo period, Ozumo was strongly influenced especially by Shinto.
  710. In and after the mid Heian period, ryoji started to cover documents issued by other imperial families (nyoin (a close female relative of the Emperor or a woman of comparable standing), Princesses, and Shoo (princes who didn't receive any proclamation to be an Imperial Prince) in addition to princes and sango.
  711. In and after the middle of the Edo period, 牢人 (who was separated from his master and lost his salary) also came to be called 浪人 (ronin).
  712. In and after the modern period, Kamakura began to flourish as an upmarket residential district, sightseeing spot, and beach resort of Tokyo's suburbs.
  713. In and after the nineteenth century, the Owari Tokugawa family managed successions by adoption to continue the family up to today.
  714. In and around Kyoto, some people may laugh at me, saying, "How can an eastern guy who doesn't know the fact dare say such a thing?" and some people may ask me back, saying, "There already are great Ritsuryo codes as the criteria for trials, aren't there?'"'
  715. In and around this area many battles, such as Jinshin War (in 672), the Battle of Anegawa (in 1570), the Battle of Shizugatake (in 1583) and the Battle of Sekigahara (in 1600), were fought from the ancient times.
  716. In anger, the father of the girl killed and hung the horse on a tree.
  717. In another account, it was thought until the Meiji period that the assassination had been carried out by the Shinsengumi and because of the Ikedaya Incident, the Shinsengumi was fully purged during the Boshin Civil War.
  718. In another anecdote, his wives were said to be close to each other and had good relations through their conversations ("Imakagami").
  719. In another aspect, it can be also thought that he tried to show his power which could also control water by attacking Ota-jo Castle with water which had fundamentally guarded the castle.
  720. In another book, "Kojidan" (Talks of the Past), it is stated, 'In 825, the reign of the Emperor Junwa,
  721. In another case, 'Tada-Genji' means 'Settsu-Genji' the descendants of Yorimitsu who inherited Tada Manors as an heir of Mitsunaka.
  722. In another case, in the "Myomoku sho" by Sanehiro TOIN, the pronunciation for the Chinese characters "政官" was said to be "ja-u-gu-ha-mu."
  723. In another episode from Emperor Kogyoku in "Nihonshoki," the cries of monkeys were taken as omens of good and ill fortune, since they were considered 'servants of the great goddess of Ise.'
  724. In another episode, he ignored an invitation to a flower viewing party from Takatsune SHIBA, who had opposed Doyo within the bakufu, holding a bigger party in the Oharano district of Kyoto (present day Nishikyo Ward, Kyoto City).
  725. In another episode, the Johei and Tengyo War in the middle of the tenth century was originally thought as a duel among the Taira family but later came to be regarded as a treason because TAIRA no Masakado surrounded and captured the local government of Hitachi and stole its kanin.
  726. In another name Watashi no Okami, 'wata' is an archaic word meaning sea, and this name represents the god of the sea.
  727. In another part, there is a description that says the King of Baekje was 'given' the land of North Jeolla Province by the emperor.
  728. In another record, there is a description that indicates the character 善 in his name 金忠善 (Kim Chung-seon) may have also been in his Japanese name, and a person with a name 鈴木善之 (Yoshiyuki SUZUKI) in the Saika group was confirmed in Japanese records.
  729. In another rendition however, they had an affair that night and the princess became pregnant.
  730. In another respect, unlike Nobunaga, who adopted nonstandard reform policies such as the new political and military policies, Mitsuhide had an idea of respecting traditional authority.
  731. In another story, Heizaburo HAYASHIDA who was born in Nagasaki went to Hong Kong in 1897 when he was fifteen and lived with an English family and learned cooking.
  732. In another story, it is said that Nobutota rested at camp, and just when he had a dream that SOGA no Goro would become his child, Shingen was born.
  733. In another theory, Otsu faced Lake Biwa and had access both on land and over the lake, such as Tosando Road and Hokurikudo Road, leading to various districts, which was also convenient to go westward.
  734. In another theory, a johei, who was unhappy about the prolonged battle, is thought to have taken Hideharu and his brother to Mitsuhide and opened the castle.
  735. In another theory, he was attacked at the Ikedaya and ran back to the Lord of Choshu's Kyoto mansion to raise the alarm but, unable to open the gate, he killed himself with his sword.
  736. In another theory, his birth place was Mikawa Village or Miyabe Village, Asai District (present-day Torahime Town, Higashiazai District) and he may have been a peasant there.
  737. In another theory, it exists in the joyful world (常喜世界) in the north at present and is called 歓喜蔵摩尼宝積如来, the name of which can diminish crimes of 四重禁等, or it is said that it lives at Qingliangshan (Wutai Shan Mountain) in Shanxi Province China with 10,000 Bosatsu.
  738. In another theory, it is considered that Kokyu originates from the Rebec or Viol brought to Japan from Europe through trade with Spain and Portugal.
  739. In another version, he died in 898.
  740. In another words, Emperor Saga was reincarnated in the person of Jakusen.
  741. In another words, due to the partial road closure from the front of Daigo-ji Temple to the subway station, (Daigo-ji Temple Station), the No. 4 bus route that usually runs in that section is modified..
  742. In another words, it is a length of the material itself.
  743. In another words, it is a method to supply dry sake with sweet flavor by adding amazake made by dissolving rice industrially with starch enzymes.
  744. In another words, it originated from kimono that existed in Japan before sokutai (formal court dress) or noshi (casual wear of nobles).
  745. In another words, it resulted from selections made from the purpose of different periods and choices made during the history.
  746. In another words, it was a great burden for Surutto KANSAI to add not only the data of more than 300 stations into the system but also to deal with Kintetsu's complicated fare system.
  747. In another words, it was the 'Sotan School' and included Matsuo, Yoken, Sohen, Fusai, and Hisada Schools that were pedigree of Sotan Shitenno (Four Disciples of Sotan) other than the Sansenke.
  748. In another words, the ideology of kotodama was not the simple animistic ideology that god resided in everything, rather it represented the existence of the mind.
  749. In another words, there was no multiple layered class system.
  750. In anticipation, Sumimoto HOSOKAWA asked Shigeyuki HOSOKAWA, his grandfather, and Takakuni HOSOKAWA including Yoshioki OUCHI together planned to reconcile with them.
  751. In any case Ogata seems to have been away from the then Shinsengumi's headquarters and there are many views on his movements, none of which has been evidenced.
  752. In any case her origin are not considered to be certain due to the multiple theories are being around as mentioned above.
  753. In any case the standard explanation is untenable as "Shinchoko-ki" mentions that gunners freely went inside and came out of the stockade.
  754. In any case, "Sonpi Bunmyaku," which was completed during the Muromachi period, is not reliable.
  755. In any case, 'legends' are so deeply rooted that, according to Kajikawa, his remarks that Nukata no Okimi's beauty was groundless once made his audiences turn on him.
  756. In any case, I feel it is difficult to fully recover from this illness any more.'
  757. In any case, Karyo is not a penal punishment so general provisions of the Penal Code and the Code of Criminal Procedure would not directly apply to Karyo.
  758. In any case, Kasuri products are manufactured by few textile manufacturers.
  759. In any case, Katsuyori and Nobukatsu gave up moving to Iwadono, and Katsuyori (TAKEDA) and his retainers escaped to Tenmokuzan Mountain (Yamato-cho, Koshu City, Yamanashi Prefecture) where ancestors of the Takeda clan committed suicide.
  760. In any case, MURAOKA's theory was not given much credit from academics or the public, and was therefore forgotten by people before the war.
  761. In any case, Myoseki naming conventions and rules can still be satisfied if the same stage/professional name (common business name), and the official name in the family register are not necessarily identical to the inherited Myoseki name.
  762. In any case, Naobi no kami are deities who change misfortune into fortune.
  763. In any case, Nobukimi's betrayal shocked Takeda's warlords and became one of the reasons for the fall of the Takeda clan.
  764. In any case, Nobutake died in November 1607 during his stay in Kyoto, and Tamenobu also died in Kyoto just two months later.
  765. In any case, Prince Naka no Oe moved the capital city to Imperial Palace Omi Otsu no Miya in 667, and he finally succeeded to the throne as Emperor Tenchi/Tenji on 3 January, 668.
  766. In any case, all believers of Nichiren Shoshu Sect receive jukai while they are alive.
  767. In any case, any materials disclosing the whereabouts if Joan during this time were altered, and there are no definitive surviving sources.
  768. In any case, at the end of the Heian period, province-based income tended to be delayed, leading to increased cases of zuryo accepting the control of multiple provinces.
  769. In any case, because it isn't necessarily important to distinguish whether they belong to the same species or not when they're caught and distributed to retail stores, they may be called by different names for the sake of convenience.
  770. In any case, due to the intervention of the bakufu in 1275, it was determined that both Gofukakusa and Kameyama had equal right to have their descendants as Emperor and both had eligibility to become Chiten themselves, and this was the beginning of the division of the Imperial family which lasted for two hundred years.
  771. In any case, he was born to a distinguished family that had continued since ancient times.
  772. In any case, in March of next year, 733, the mission led by TAJIHI no Hironari, the ambassador, Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade, visited the Imperial Court, and on May 24, they departed from the port of Naniwa no Tsu on four vessels.
  773. In any case, in the Yuan Dynasty period, Kyo Ko (Xu Heng), who studied under Yo Su (Yao Shu), emerged and Neo-Confucianism flourished considerably.
  774. In any case, it can be said that danjiri and hayashi were perfected during the period of Shokuho rein.
  775. In any case, it can be said that the shadow of the historical Soga clan is contained in the two old tales of Issunboshi and Urashima Taro.
  776. In any case, it is a matter of where to divide 'the period of Oda/Toyotomi,' but the definition of this period has become complicated because it overlaps the Muromachi period and the age of civil war (Japan).
  777. In any case, it is agreed that 'Chokaku' coins were produced during the early period and 'Kokaku' were the late period.
  778. In any case, none of them go beyond folk etymology.
  779. In any case, one of the important purposes for ruling the Cloister government was to secure the Imperial line for succession.
  780. In any case, sho-shaku later became out of use, and o-shaku became the official shaku unit in Japan.
  781. In any case, siezing this as an opportunity, Masakado drove Yoshikane's troops to Mt. Tsukuba-san; within 3 years Yoshikane died of illness, and Masakado's prowess came to be known throughout the Kanto region.
  782. In any case, the Toki clan survived the Jokyu War and became a powerful vassal in Mino after Mitsusada.
  783. In any case, the attractiveness of tile was convenient because it was sufficient to recover only a chipped portion.
  784. In any case, the current state is that there is not yet an established theory.
  785. In any case, the famous picturesque view of Kisakata has remained as described today as 'the hills scattered as if they were islands in the country view.'
  786. In any case, the koma for jiuta is very important in determining the sound.
  787. In any case, the next Crown Prince was Ninmyo's first son, Michiyasu (later Emperor Montoku), and the Imperial line was united to the descendants of Saga.
  788. In any case, the party successfully gave the tribute to the emperor of Tang China, gathered the Japanese students and monks who remained there, and invited the gifted Chinese to Japan.
  789. In any case, the rebel group, which unsuccessfully attacked the Yashiro-jo Castle (now in the remains of the Mugishima-jo Castle) north of Sashiki, was suppressed by the armies of the Kato clan and the Sagara clan which ruled the Higo Hitoyoshi-jo Castle, and the uprising ended in the death of Kunikane.
  790. In any case, the reserved calligraphy of the sutras and the colorful pictures of customs and landscapes side by side in one work clearly demonstrate that nobles at the end of the Heian period celebrated relgion in a variety of ways.
  791. In any case, the territory of a branch family was recognized as a new paddy on newly reclaimed land and was distinguished from originally registered rice paddies.
  792. In any case, the theory in "Koyo Gunkan" (record of the military exploits of the Takeda family, compiled by one of the Takeda vassals, and completed in 1616 by Kagenori OBATA) that claims that Nagasaka and Atobe escaped violates a historical fact).
  793. In any case, the truth has not been brought out yet.
  794. In any case, the width of the loincloth on both sides of body should be kept wide (between seven and twelve centimeters) and a knot at the rear should be tied in the same way as a mawashi loincloth.
  795. In any case, these formal clothes had little to do with the people other than samurai.
  796. In any case, these relationships indicate the connection between Yoshitada and the Ise-Heishi (Taira clan), and it is these relationships that are considered to be one of the remote causes for some of Yoshitada's descendants to side with the Taira family during the Jisho-Juei War later on.
  797. In any case, this shows the fact that donation of Soma-mikuriya by different persons occurred twice.
  798. In any case, tofu, water and kelp are the only ingredients, but they all must be of good quality.
  799. In any countries, many of ancient capitals (Gyeongju City, Xian City, Naples and Venice, and so on) have become today major tourist spots, for they have abundance of historic buildings.
  800. In any event, by the eighth century they had obtained the shape we now recognize.
  801. In any event, each theory above has an advantage and disadvantage and it is difficult to say that the year of the official introduction of Buddhism has been defined.
  802. In any event, he dropped out of the dojo for unknown reasons before being granted a license.
  803. In any event, his name, which contains the Chinese character of '天' (heaven), suggests that he may have been closely connected to the ancestors of the imperial family (just like deities in Takamanohara (heaven)).
  804. In any event, his unconventional career decisions earned him acclaim in the mass media and led to something of a "Mr. Doi boom."
  805. In any event, like the other members of the Shinsengumi, he is likely to have exchanged his swords often during his stay in Kyoto.
  806. In any event, only 3 Fudo with names containing 'me' existed in the Edo Period and there were no references in which those 3 Fudo were mentioned in conjunction with one another.
  807. In any event, the capital faction, with Hideyasu FUJIWARA as the general in command, decided to meet the shogunal army in battle, and consequently sent more than 17,500 riders out into Mino Province (now part of Gifu Prefecture).
  808. In any event, there is not enough evidence of Yayoi period Japanese or the Chinese of those days to be certain of the original pronunciation or translation of Himiko's name.
  809. In any event, this story most simply and adequately reveals the relationship between religion and morality.
  810. In any event, we still have a long way to go to establish a clear assessment of his personality.
  811. In any level, the offenders themselves were executed, but there were small differences in treatments of their relatives found guilty as a result of enza.
  812. In any of these cases, no trace of pervasive arrangement that they took the Throne against the law can be detected in the context.
  813. In any of these rites, it is believed that a person who has received the splashed hot water (or its drips) shall suffer no disease and become healthy.
  814. In any of those descriptions, he was alleged to be the last (fifth or sixth) born god.
  815. In any other case, he should have closely examined conditions and circumstances of the world, and trusted in the will of heaven to determine whether to go to war, following public opinion.
  816. In any place where two air masses which are different in their natures collide with each other, the state of air becomes unstable and a front is spawned.
  817. In any prefectures, notification to public administrations is usually unnecessary regarding farm products including vegetables, fruits, roasted sweet potatoes, roasted gingkoes and simple processed goods of those food.
  818. In any way, attention must be paid to the fact that, even though the same term of "retail shop" was used, the positioning of the shop in the kamigata area was different from that in Edo because the distribution system in Edo was not the same as that in the kamigata area.
  819. In any way, there is no doubt that it was made by getting a hint from Toyokuni's work.
  820. In any way, wrapping cloth is a symbol of hero with special meaning in chanbara.
  821. In apology for his mistake, he presented the Ijimuno miyake to Kasuganoyamada no himemiko.
  822. In appearance, it has a single eye and a single leg, similar to karakasa-kozo; however, it is said to let people soar up into the sky on a strong windy day.
  823. In appearance, we can't distinguish from the statue of the Great Buddha and other Nyorai (Tathagata) such as Shaka Nyorai (Shakyamuni), but the Great Buddha is a Birushana-butsu (Birushana Buddha).
  824. In appreciation of Nobutsura's bravery, TAIRA no Kiyomori exiled him to Hino County, Hoki Province.
  825. In appreciation of his service in Sanjo-ohashi Bridge Noticeboard Incident, he became a regular member and was promoted to a corporal, however he broke away from the Shinsengumi with Kashitaro ITO and other members in 1867, and formed Goryo-eji.
  826. In appreciation, Mitsuhide received Tanba Province, and subsequently ordered a castle keeper to simultaneously carry out large scale renovations of the castle.
  827. In april, 756, when Shomu Daijo Tenno (the retired Emperor) was sick, Matanari took gold to Kyoto from Mutsu, he was approched by Naramaro to be part of the rebellion for the third time.
  828. In archaeology the coprolite has been researched and the feeding habits in various periods have become clear.
  829. In archaic Japanese, the miko was cited as 巫.
  830. In archery, there are bows for both the left and right hand, but in Kyudo the bows are basically only for the left hand (in Kyudo, the bow is held in the left hand and the string is drawn with the right hand).
  831. In architecture, ha-ita and yoroi-ita louver boards are called "shikoro-ita,"
  832. In architecture, second tier of the roof of Shitenno-ji Temple Kondo Hall in Osaka and the roof of Shishinden Hall of Kyoto Imperial Palace are in this form.
  833. In areas along the Okhotsk Sea, Okhotsk culture was established in around the fifth century during the latter half of this period and continued until around the 13th century.
  834. In areas around Nagoya City, tonkatsu is generally served with a special sweet sauce made with haccho miso (bean paste).
  835. In areas higher than this, plants in cool-temperate forests, including beech and Mongolian oak, are found.
  836. In areas near places where kosa occurs, the measure to prevent falling sand from entering buildings and that to prevent too heavy sand from accumulating on roofs or similar structural places are taken.
  837. In areas other than the Kansai region, "tanin-don" usually refers to the donburimono using pork.
  838. In areas such as Kyushu, 'senbei' is sometimes pronounced 'senpei' using a p-sound.
  839. In areas where bancha leaves are usually roasted to be consumed, the term bancha often refers to hojicha.
  840. In areas where hojicha is regularly drunk, it is most often made in a big kettle.
  841. In areas where iseko was not organized, going-away gifts covered most of the travel expenses.
  842. In areas where lots of land is available or in areas where not enough land is available, the common law in the area should be followed.
  843. In areas where such measures were not feasible, a horizontal tunnel was sometimes built under the rice field in order to utilize recharged groundwater such as sump and subsoil water.
  844. In areas where such religion forms, life's necessities, including food, clothing, and shelter, are entirely dependent upon the rivers that flow from the mountain and through the forest area at the skirt of the mountain, and they feel blessed by the mountain being constantly in sight.
  845. In areas where the key industries were agriculture, forestry, and fishing, various forms of fushin were executed through public works projects by the local government, such as fushin for constructing irrigation canals, ponds, logging roads, rafting routes, harbors and breakwaters.
  846. In areas where the water flow is too rapid they get up on land, and they crawl upstream along the edge of the water.
  847. In areas where there are not enough LPG stations or if a taxi operator also runs a gas station, there are some taxis that use diesel engines.
  848. In areas where this ghost was said to haunt, a child playing outside until dark was customarily warned, 'You will be haunted by Ittan-momen if you do not go home.'
  849. In areas with strong folk beliefs to help having babies, a phallic symbol can be a shintai for fertility.
  850. In argument over the subjugation of Korea, he supported for sending army and ambassador to Korea.
  851. In army, the first scabbard made in 1886 was plated and glittering silver in color, but scabbards came to be frosted from 9-4- and 9-5-model swords to make them less noticeable to enemies.
  852. In around 1190, she returned to court to attend the Emperor Gotoba's empress, Ninshi KUJO (Gishumonin), but later she became a Buddhist nun.
  853. In around 1253, he went to Togoku (the eastern part of Japan; particularly, the Kanto region) together with his father, Zenran, to be engaged in missionary work in Mutsu Province.
  854. In around 1422, Motomasa seemed to succeed to the position of Kanze-dayu from his father (however, the later Kanze school does not count Motomasa among the past leaders).
  855. In around 1454, he moved to Suo Province, and built his studio, Unkokuan (Yamaguchi City, Yamaguchi Prefecture), with the patronage of the feudal lord, Ouchi.
  856. In around 1465, he acquired a calligraphy work by Bonki SOSEKI on which the characters of Sesshu were written, and requested Shinkei RYUKO to write a certificate about the origin of the name, Sesshu.
  857. In around 1488, the Yamanouchi-Uesugi family reconstructed the old castle at Sugaya to compete against Kawagoe-jo Castle of the Ogigayatsu-Uesugi family.
  858. In around 1582, Doton YASUI received the are of Jonan from Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI as a reward for excavating the outer moat of Osaka-jo Castle and for maintaining Nekoma-gawa River bank.
  859. In around 1628, he returned to secular life with the encouragement of Tadaoki HOSOKAWA.
  860. In around 1730, he started excavation with the approval of the head of Nakatsu Domain in Buzen Province and completed the work in 1763, in about 30 years, with the help of local residents and the support of local domain lords in Kyushu.
  861. In around 1792, Nyoidojin started buying Shunkin's works along with the works of his father, Gyokudo (Nyoidojin Shushu Shogajo (Nyoidojin collection of calligraphic works and paintings)).
  862. In around 1825, he went to Nagasaki to study Dutch medicine and treated 清人's eye disease by performing an operation which was a case Philipp Franz von Siebold were not able to deal with; as a result he gained nationwide fame as an eye doctor.
  863. In around 1887, production of habutae began in Kawamata-cho in Fukushima Prefecture, Ishikawa Prefecture, Fukui Prefecture and others.
  864. In around 1892, the situation finally turned good that brought enough foods, and prospect for harvest of adzuki beans and soybeans came to be a conviction.
  865. In around 1893, Naojiro became ill, increasingly having difficulties with walking, and eventually he painted while lying in bed.
  866. In around 1897 to 1906, Gentaro TANAKA, who was the founder of the Kyoto railway company (present Sanin Main Line) and a member of Kizokuin (the upper house of the Imperial Diet under the Constitution of the Empire of Japan), reformed the house where he was born into the present form.
  867. In around 1950s as well, it was investigated to sell whale meat commercially as a measure against declining whale oil price, but the measure also failed and the meat was sold as food for pets instead.
  868. In around 1980, due to such sushi bars and shops completely became popular in various places in Japan and was visited by families, sushi regained the common touch.
  869. In around 2003, however, the candles were changed into the ones made with natural material and eco-friendly palm oil so that deer may not be poisoned if they should eat them.
  870. In around 708, the Dewa stockade was constructed.
  871. In around 800, ZHENG Yu-qing moved sekko to Feng-xian Confucious temple and preservation of it finally started.
  872. In around 823, she made her bridal entry into the court of her uncle, Emperor Junna.
  873. In around 894, he became a Junior Assistant Govenor-General of the Dazai-fu (local government office in the Kyushu region).
  874. In around April 1872, he became a police officer of Osaka Prefectural Police under a name of Sentaro TANI, but be resigned in the following year.
  875. In around October, he acted as a guide for Arata HAMAO, who was chief of the Bureau of Professional Education in the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology and who had been ordered to inspect the art scene during a visit to Europe.
  876. In around Sadamisaki Peninsula (a peninsula in Ehime Prefecture), Mikame-cho in Seiyo City, and other regions, too, Ushioni appear in the festivals.
  877. In around autumn, it is said to fly in the cloudy sky emitting a pale blue light.
  878. In around every July at Nakahechi, 'Kiyohime Festival' based on the legend of Anchin and Kiyohime is held at a riverside area of Tonda River, where Kiyohime is said to have thrown herself away, and the scenes in which Kiyohime, who changed into a snake, breathed fire and others are reproduced.
  879. In around mid-August, Yugiri, who is in love with her, visits Ono on the pretext that he'll call on Miyasudokoro to inquire about her health.
  880. In around the Genroku era (1688 - 1704), this post became a Honorary one for the Hatamoto who were loyal to the bakufu for a long period of time.
  881. In around the Kanbun era (1661-1672), the yoriai was divided into 'shikijitsu meeting,' 'tachiai meeting,' and 'uchiza meeting' with different members and agendas on each day.
  882. In around the Taisho period, Western culture gradually penetrated mainly in cities against the backdrop of the increasing advancement rate, and a consumer-driven culture typified by department stores, and popular culture were established.
  883. In around the mid-Heian period, a number of lower-ranking noblemen with samurai status, who were left out of the central political world, went down to the provinces.
  884. In around the middle of June of 832, he suffered from a disease (said bad swelling).
  885. In around the seventh century, the Emishi/Ezo (northerners and northeasterners) had presumably lived widely over most parts of the Tohoku Region, north of the center of modern day Miyagi Prefecture and northern Yamagta Prefecture, and most parts of Hokkaido (current local public body).
  886. In article 26, volume 3 of the Engishiki (an ancient book for codes and procedures on national rites and prayers), it is written that a black horse was dedicated when people prayed for rain and a white horse was dedicated when they prayed for fair weather.
  887. In article of September 11, 758 of "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicles of Japan, Continued), there is writing about tokudo approved to 'seiko isshi' (清行逸士) in various regions around the country, who have accumulated ascetic practices for more than ten years hiding in mountains and forests.
  888. In as early as in the Kanei era (1624 - 1644) in 30 years after the bakufu was established, 'impoverishment of Hatamoro' became a problem.
  889. In association with it, the idea of regarding China's Lingnan region as a part of Vietnam declined, and Nanetsukoku finally lost its legitimacy in the official history book at the end of 18th century.
  890. In association with it, the notion of "Tenkabito" appeared to indicate a person who integrates those locally established authorities and presides over the new order.
  891. In association with popularization of yukata, the popularity of Geta is also on the verge of restoration.
  892. In association with the above, letters from Korea called the shogun the king of Japan, while the Japanese side used the title of 'Somebody of the Minamoto clan, the king of Japan.'
  893. In association with the collapse of the Ritsuryo system in the Heian period, Kokugaku also declined and ceased to exist by the beginning of the 11th century.
  894. In association with this, a conventional lifestyle has changed drastically, and many of the traditional customs were lost.
  895. In association with typical Japanese diet, the quantity of miso soup and other supplementary dishes is expressed as, for example, 'a meal with one soup and one side dish.'
  896. In astronomy Shunbun is defined as the very moment that the sun transits through the vernal equinox.
  897. In astronomy the Shubun is defined as being the moment the sun transits the autumn equinoctial point, namely, the very moment that the sun is considered to be positioned at 180 degree celestial longitude.
  898. In attack on Kiyosu-jo Castle in following year, he went into battle as a general, and killed 30 soldiers (Battle of Kayazu).
  899. In autumn 1910, he restored Kosokotai Jingu Shrine.
  900. In autumn of 1991, when mass-produced train series 207 were introduced to the Katamachi Line (Gakken-toshi Line), train series 103 was transferred from the Katamachi Line to the Keihanshin Local Line replacing the latter's last remaining trains without air-conditioning.
  901. In autumn of the same year, she moved to Shingen-in Temple (Shimoongata-machi, Hachioji City) when she was 22, and became a nun.
  902. In autumn of the same year, when shooting "Shingetsusho," ("The New Moon Story", literally,) he broke down from his chronic disease diabetes and was hospitalized in Todai Hospital.
  903. In autumn part of the rootstalk stores nutrients to be turion to stay over the winter.
  904. In autumn, Genji has bell crickets released on the garden of the estate, and holds a feast.
  905. In autumn, Genji pays a visit to the Sumiyoshi Taisha shrine, which has guarded him in exile at Suma Akashi.
  906. In autumn, Hikaru Genji, approaching his 40th birthday celebration, came to be treated as Jun Daijo tenno (quasi ex-emperor) and the Minister of the Palace got promoted to Daijo daijin (Grand minister of state).
  907. In autumn, Palace Minister's mother Omiya passes away, and her grandchildren Yugiri and Tamakazura go into mourning.
  908. In autumn, September, Kaoru found again Ukifune's whereabouts, and through the mediation of Ben no ama, he visited her.
  909. In autumn, Yugiri, who can't help hiding his love for Ochiba no Miya any more, confesses his feeling to her, but she doesn't accept him.
  910. In autumn, he changes the front garden of Onna Sannomiya's room into one which resembles a field, and releases autumn insects such as pine crickets there.
  911. In autumn, lady Murasaki passes away because of disease, and Genji grieves deeply over her.
  912. In autumn, red maples are visible through the tram windows, while in spring one can see blossoming cherry trees which were planted by Sagano Sightseeing Tram personnel.
  913. In autumn, they change like crimson foliage moistened in drizzling rain.
  914. In autumn, when the leaves change color, the "Tunnel of scarlet maple leaves" between Ichihara Station and Ninose Station is famous among railway fans and beyond; throughout the period when Kifune-jinja Shrine is decorated with lanterns of colorful fall leaves, the tunnel is illuminated as well.
  915. In autumn, when the temperature of seawater is approximately 20℃, 'nori-hibi' is set in the sea near the mouth of a river.
  916. In autumn/ Like the scenery we see now/ Stag cries for his lover in mountains/ This residence in Takanohara is a place like this
  917. In ballads sung in groups, for example, katauta (poem fragment), with its 5-7-7 syllable structure, were sung to and from members of the group in the form a question and answer, which formed sedoka (whirling head poem) with its 5-7-7, 5-7-7 syllable structure.
  918. In battles during the Sengoku period (Japan), Ichiban-yari usually referred to the first warrior to defeat an enemy with a spear.
  919. In battles to expedite rebels, Ujimasa took the field, but he was defeated by the Matsudaira army in Hoi County, Mikawa Province.
  920. In batto-jutsu and iaido (both of which concern the art of drawing and handling nihonto), the beginners who have recently started studying practice with bokuto switch to mogito (imitation swords) once they become familiar with the forms.
  921. In becoming lord of the domain, he was granted a henki (a portion of the name of a person of high rank, which is given to a retainer to show subordination) from shogun Tsunayoshi, and his name was changed to Yoshimune.
  922. In beihan made with white rice, the higher the amount of starch is the stickier the texture is, which is what the Japanese favor.
  923. In bells from the Nara period to the early Heian period, the line connecting the two Tsukiza and the long axis of Ryuzu are usually perpendicular.
  924. In besieging Usuki-jo Castle, Sorin evacuated Christians and others in the castle and provided them rice balls.
  925. In between December 1141 - January 1142, he was appointed Rokui no Kurodo (Chamberlain of Sixth Rank) by hogandai (an administrative official of the Retired Emperor's Office) of Toba-incho (the Retired Emperor Toba's Office), and was conferred Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  926. In between December 1183 - January 1184, MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka made coups against Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa, and Tomokata was temporarily removed from the post because of pressure from Yoshinaka.
  927. In between January - February 1187, he was appointed as Azechi (inspector of the provincial government) of Mutsu Province and Dewa Province, and in between October - November 1188, his position was raised to Gon Dainagon (a provisional chief councilor of state).
  928. In between May and June, 1619, Shojo busied himself realizing a meeting of Yoshinao TOKUGAWA and Nobuhiro KONOE.
  929. In between October - November 1177, he was appointed Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state), and from May 1183, he was officially appointed Chunagon (vice-councilor of state).
  930. In between present-day Kitasengi-cho and Minamisengi-cho, Isesaki City, Gunma Prefecture, there is Senbongi-jinja Shrine which was named after Kikuchi senbon-yari (a thousand spears of the Kikuchi clan).
  931. In between the southern and southwestern sides is the remains of "mizu-no-te guruwa" (castle compound built to protect the source of a castle's water) - rare in the Tanba region.
  932. In between, the train made only one stop at Awaji Station (during the tourist seasons it also stopped at Katsura Station, which was a station connecting with the Arashiyama Line) and connected Kyoto and Osaka in 34 minutes.
  933. In big cities such as Kyoto and Osaka, private schools, such as Kogido school opened by Jinsai ITO, had existed since early in the Edo period, but after around the middle of the Edo period, private schools called village schools appeared in rural areas.
  934. In bluish colors
  935. In books and TV programs related to Japanese history, it is often explained that 'the Toyotomi clan became downfallen in Osaka Natsu no Jin (Summer Siege of Osaka no Eki).
  936. In both China and Korea the birthday is expressed in the old calendar.
  937. In both Emperor Junnin and Empress Koken (later, Empress Shotoku) periods, there was a significant upsurge in the number of Ryoge no kan posts (Zogusho (ministry of making and mending palaces), Chokushisho (Bureau of Edicts), Nijusho (Ministry of Royal Pages), Hoogushiki (a post of domestic governing institution for Dokyo)) which caused political instability.
  938. In both Minamiashigara City neighboring Oyama town, there are many legends about Kintaro and there are many differences in the contents of the legends of the two cities.
  939. In both Takehara and Nuta families, the heads died young one after another.
  940. In both Tang Ritsuryo Code and Yoro Code, the both main offender and accomplices were decapitated if they were caught after completing disobedience.
  941. In both cases, alight at 'Kanbashi' bus stop and walk
  942. In both cases, they are performance numbers that are sure to be successful with Danjuro as the leading male actor, and the first performance was put on by Danjuro ICHIKAWA (the first), Danjuro ICHIKAWA (the second) and Danjuro ICHIKAWA (the fourth).
  943. In both cases, yamanokami is generally regarded as female, resulting in a humble reference to a man's wife.
  944. In both methods, Udon noodles are simmered for comparatively long time to allow the taste of the soup broth soak into the noodles.
  945. In both of the TV dramas mentioned above, he played the son of Toshiyuki NISHIDA's character (in "The Eighth Shogun Yoshimune," Nishida played the father Yoshimune TOKUGAWA and Baijaku played the first son Ieshige; in "Komyogatsuji," Nishida played the father Ieyasu TOKUGAWA and Baijaku played the third son Hidetada).
  946. In both of the examples above, -k- in the middle of the word is omitted.
  947. In both reigns the emperor ruled directly and this era has been considered by succeeding generations as the golden age of government and culture under the dynasty.
  948. In both small and large domains, the bangashira ranked higher than monogashira (military commanders) and kyunin (upper class retainers).
  949. In both styles, the honden structure consists of two buildings, one in front of the other.
  950. In both the People's Republic of China and Taiwan, plastic bottles of green tea drink are sold, but main products are drinks with honey or sugar added.
  951. In bowling, when the lane oil is spread thickly on the central lane (slippery) and thinly toward the edges of the lane (not slippery), it's called 'kamaboko-gata' (kamaboko style).
  952. In breweries, when joso of the first sake of the year is conducted, a sugitama (a large ornamental ball made with cedar leaves) or sakabayashi is hung in the space under the eaves to announce that new sake has been produced.
  953. In brief, he says that Setsuninto means definitively killing a wicked person and Katsuninken means saving many people and "bringing them to life".
  954. In brief, they were to guard the route from Mino Province to Ise, Iga and Yamato.
  955. In brief, while advocating Kodo, Atsutane had been studying Japanese original Shinsendo that was a fusion of Japanese ancient philosophy about gods and Chinese Taoism.
  956. In broad terms, the soy milk becomes pudding-like, and ultimately it becomes tofu.
  957. In building the castle, three kogiobugyo (shogunate administrator) were appointed, and the construction was tenka bushin (daimyo from every province helping the castle construction under the order of bakufu, shogunate) in which twelve daimyo (or fifteen daimyo) in seven provinces including Owari Domain and Echizen Domain was ordered to help.
  958. In buildings during the early modern period, such as the Reception Hall of Kojoin of Onjo-ji Temple, Ninomaru Shoin of Nijo-jo Castle, Shoin of Hongan-ji Temple, tokogamachi is not used, but a solid timber (oshi-ita or a shallow decorative alcove) is placed.
  959. In business (the former merchant houses) the full name of the head of an established business house was handed down from generation to generation.
  960. In c. October 31, 1760
  961. In cafeterias in Okinawa prefecture, if a customer orders a side dish or fried bitter melon dish, it will usually come with rice and miso soup, so it is basically like a teishoku.
  962. In car registration plate in Japan, the old provincial names are used for the following numbers.
  963. In cartoon, "Sengoku" and "Shigurui" adopted this view and Hideyoshi in these works has six fingers.
  964. In case either the mother of the emperor was already dead or the rank of the real mother was too low, 'Junbo' (a woman who was given the status equivalent to the emperor's birth mother) was assigned to be the mother.
  965. In case of "Blood Type: Blue," which did not gain a good reputation at all, when it was released to the public for the first time, only a few mighty critics such as Shinichi HOSHI, Michio Tsuzuki, and Komimasa TANAKA expressed extremely good reactions.
  966. In case of 'The best quality' (1.2 times of Premium quality) determined by Japan Soy-sauce Association, it is indicated as 'Noko' (thick).
  967. In case of 100cm long blade, more than 3000g)
  968. In case of Banshu Akaho station, the former Banshu Akaho station operated by Akaho raiway company in the place near the present Banshu Akaho station was famous throughout Japan and this is the reason why the present Akho station is prefixed with Banshu.
  969. In case of Iga, however, the forcefulness of speech by powerful Jonin Miyake (Hattori clan, Momochi clan, and Fujibayashi clan) was so strong that people followed their opinion most of the time when a reunion took place.
  970. In case of Nyufu mariage (a husband is registered to a household whose family head is a female due to marriage) and bein taken over its family head position by her husband.
  971. In case of Sansai and Sanyaso (plants growing wild in fields and mountains), preparations such as removing scum are necessary in other methods of cooking, but are hardly required for tempura, and tempura cooking is very popular when people want to taste picked Sanyaso promptly at a Sanyaso picking gathering.
  972. In case of Taiwan, the government of the Republic of China announced to switch from tsubo unit to the metric unit in 1945 for its official description of the area of a space except some governmental official documents, although the tsubo unit is still widely used in private today.
  973. In case of Takamatsuzuka Tumulus, the Monument and Site Division is in charge of the tumulus itself as a special historic site and the Art and Craft Division (whose name changed to Fine Art Division in January 2001) is in charge of the mural paintings as a national treasure.
  974. In case of Tenmu, however, the statement appeared at the end of the second year instead of the first year.
  975. In case of a divided ticket in half, the prize money was also a half.
  976. In case of a full-fledged senior geigi, they primarily wore their hair in the shimada mage, kimono with train and tsume sode, and mizu oshiroi (powder foundation with water).
  977. In case of being long and repetitive, 'kiza' was used in the feelings of Edo period.
  978. In case of damage, they also do repairs.
  979. In case of death of a family head
  980. In case of demotion from an Imperial family member to a subject, the first person who was demoted from his or her Miyake (house of an imperial prince) was granted the title of marquis, the second or later the title of count.
  981. In case of foreign liquors, for example wine, because grape juice as raw material contains glucose, no additional saccharification process is required and zones of culture of single-stage fermentation is formed.
  982. In case of girls for example, they present letters like "美 (Beauty)" or "雅 (Elegance)" to Kokuzo Bosatsu to be blessed, then they receive amulets and offerings when they return, and they say words of thanks to their parents at home.
  983. In case of higher-ranking nobles, however, they were regarded as elders after their 'celebration of age 40' and allowed to use only white lining fabrics.
  984. In case of judging a religious book from a historical standpoint, its origin naturally becomes the object of judgment.
  985. In case of leaving for another household register because of marriage
  986. In case of maccha products, red tea is added to the wrapping of dough and the same bean paste with red products is used.
  987. In case of madake, two to three year-old sannenndake (three year-old bamboo) are chosen and then among them, only madake that fit the criteria depending on its joint length, the distances between joints, diameter and curvature, are chosen for the bow material.
  988. In case of making distinctions of species in fresh fish markets, roes of Walleye pollack are called sukeso-no-ko (or sukeso-ko) and roes of Pacific cod are called madara-no-ko.
  989. In case of marriage that husband will be a member of a family which has female head of a family (Nyufu marriage), if no party dissent, a husband became a head of a family (the Old Civil Codes, Article 736).
  990. In case of measuring tiles and leather materials, a unique tsubo unit called shaku-tsubo is often used, which is defined 1 shaku-tsubo as an area in 1 shaku square.
  991. In case of monuments, there are many cases where one item is designated in two or more categories, such as designation both in 'Historic Site' and in 'Place of Scenic Beauty.'
  992. In case of old ginger, it rarely changes its color.
  993. In case of posthumous honor, it is called Zojushii (posthumous Jushii).
  994. In case of posthumous honor, it was called Zojusanmi (posthumous Jusanmi).
  995. In case of private railways, especially in case of connecting line with JNR, they put station names with prefixes so that they distinguished JNR stations of similar names from their stations.
  996. In case of purchase, however, change of ownership must be notified to the Board of Education upon registration.
  997. In case of reading the 'Shoshin nenbutsuge' (Shoshinge) (verses written by Shinran) with soshikumesage (a way of reading sentences), the parts 'kimyomuryojunyorai' and 'zendodokumyobusshoi' are read by the choshonin only.
  998. In case of retirement of a familoy head
  999. In case of sake, ki koji (yellow aspergillus) is used the same as in bean paste, mirin, and soy sauce.
  1000. In case of sake, rice koji plays such role.

172001 ~ 173000

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