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  1. In case of suffering damage at work or in school, strengthen the linkage with people around you.
  2. In case of tendon (a tempura rice bowl) and kakiage (deep-fried vegetable strips, shrimp, etc.), a thicker coating is recommendable.
  3. In case of the Police's stage, some members of Sei Ren Kyo, who was approached by the promoter about the performance, hastily formed a voluntary group only for this stage.
  4. In case of the bunrei, all enshrined deities are separated.
  5. In case of the manufacturing textile such as towel, the density of the produced towel is defined by the number of the reeds per 1 sun of the kujira-jaku (about 3.787 centimeters).
  6. In case of the trees of Otomeyama, the timber merchant or village that wanted to cut the trees had to pay the price in silver currency to the owner domain.
  7. In case of their not having any kaishi, reception clerks may prepare some kaishi and kuromoji (picks for sweets) upon request.
  8. In case of using the charcoal with a crack, it is placed with the crack side faced under and laid down horizontally during burning together.
  9. In case of using the limited express train only within the Biwako Line, it is less reasonable because the express train fee is more expensive than that of the Shinkansen.
  10. In case tachi (a sword) is placed at the bedside, the tsuka (hilt) must be put on the west side, and the blade must be put on the south side.
  11. In case that a crime is being committed or it does not seem long since a crime was committed, there is an urgent need for preservation of evidence, and the photographs have been taken by an appropriate method within a generally allowable limit.'
  12. In case that a family member is removed from household register (the Old Civil Codes, Article 742, 749 and 750).
  13. In case that a family member who is not a head of a family was given peerage (In 1905, A law regarding a case that non-head of a family was given peerage).
  14. In case that a husband who has become a head of a family after Nyufu mariage will divorce and be removed from the house hold register.
  15. In case that a member of Imperial family will become subjects of the state (In 1910, Koshitsu-rei [the Imperial Families' Act], no 2).
  16. In case that foreign troops came up east through the Seto Inland Sea to land on Kinai region, Otsu would have been the most convenient location to evacuate from.
  17. In case that illegitimate children who were not allowed to be a member of their parent's household, because the head of the family did not approve (the Old Civil Codes, Article 735-2).
  18. In case that many Jinja-cho become religious institution, they are inclusive corporations of Jinja-honcho.
  19. In case that people are forced to eat like a dog.
  20. In case that someone who doesn't obtain Japanese citizenship will obtain Japanese citizenship (the Old Citizenship Law, Article 5, 24 and 26).
  21. In case that someone who had got married or adopted can not return to his/her own family after dissolution because the family was abolished (the Old Civil Codes, Article 740).
  22. In case that someone who had got married or adopted without agreement of head of his/her own family and can not return to his/her own family after dissolution because the family head refuses (the Old Civil Codes, Article 741, 742 and 750).
  23. In case that someone whose parents are stateless persons is born in Japan (the Old Citizenship law, Article 4).
  24. In case that the driver is asked to bear a special burden regarding the transportation by the passenger.
  25. In case that the passenger is dressed filthily so that he/she might contaminate the car interior
  26. In case the best time is recorded by multiple competitors, they have a run-off.
  27. In case the latter called warifuda (a divided ticket), an actual ticket was held by an agent and purchasers were given temporal tickets.
  28. In case the warehouse was required to be opened, each province had to submit a dajokanpu called Fudoso kaiken shinsei-ge to Daijokan for permission; then receiving a document called Fudo kaiyofu or Fudo-jufu issued from Daijokan along with the key, it was able to be opened.
  29. In case there isn't a copy of the "Ofumi" the Ofumi printed in the gongyobon will be read, do chodai of the gongyobon.
  30. In case there were several empresses later, a chugu mostly referred to all empresses chosen from the second wife downward.
  31. In case tome (the final number) is kyogen (farce played during a noh play cycle), such as a kyogen-performed concert, tsukeshugen in kyogen style is chanted.
  32. In cases like that of the kabuki actor Utaemon NAKAMURA, the Myoseki stage name that indicates an actor has the arrived at the pinnacle of his troupe's line (ie. where there is no higher rung to achieve) is referred to as a `tomena` (literally meaning `halt name`).
  33. In cases of compelling reasons, they will renounce their Imperial status through the discretion of the Imperial Household Council regardless of their own will.
  34. In cases of conducting castration as a penalty against criminals, the former case was more likely applied.
  35. In cases of examples cited above, the name Izumi Fuchu Station already existed when the station was under the management of the private company Hanwa Electric Railways.
  36. In cases such as the flamenco, the samba, hula dancing, and ballroom dancing, there is a tendency to use makeup that resembles what is used in ballet.
  37. In cases that they were in effect, laws were treated as a law and diet's orders as a cabinet order, and ministerial orders as a ministerial order.
  38. In cases when there was also no paternal aunt, it was presented by blood relatives such as mother or sisters and called an 'Oba (aunty) Kure (received) Fundoshi (loincloth).'
  39. In cases where abdication is accomplished relatively peacefully, the former monarch and his family members are often guaranteed treatment with the same degree of honor as before.
  40. In cases where ceremonies are conducted by more than one shinshoku, most often both wear white, with the saishu in saifuku and the saiin in jo-e.
  41. In cases where multiple sonae were organized, a senior vassal became the samurai daisho and took command of the sonae except for the army headquarters sonae.
  42. In cases where the Crown Prince has his own imperial princes, his eldest son becomes the Crown Prince when his father is enthroned, but imperial princes other than the eldest son do not necessarily establish an independent Miyake at the time of their father's enthronement.
  43. In cases where the family holds dual occupations, the possibility of abandonment of farming is relatively low, because the method of agricultural management and household know-how are passed on to successors in the course of operating farming.
  44. In cases where the governor vassals, there were lower ranked vassals who under pressure from the governor family were pressed into paying tributes.
  45. In cases where the music has lyrics, the musician plays the musical instrument while singing.
  46. In cases where the religious corporation has grounds and buildings in other prefectures and where it has other religious corporations in other prefectures under its control, Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology certifies the corporation.
  47. In cases where there are many people often moving, such as refugees, it is said that there is also a movement to promote the use of shichirin (earthen charcoal brazier for cooking).
  48. In cases where there is a long-protected forest near the coast, known as an Uotsuki Rin (literally 'fish-attracting woods'), there usually is a shrine.
  49. In cases, such as Inari-jinja Shrine and Hachiman-gu Shrine, where there are many shrines with the same name, the place name is often added onto the shrine name (e.g. Fushimi Inari-jinja Shrine, Hakodate Hachiman-gu Shrine).
  50. In castle towns in the Kansai District, merchant houses had been built since early times and had become common.
  51. In castle towns, some castles had Samurai-machi in their Sannomaru (outer area of a castle) or inside the outer castle walls.
  52. In castles, a nagaya called the Tamon-yagura (turret) was built on a mound and was used as ordinary residential houses while effectively serving as a point of defense.
  53. In celebration of Hikaru Genji's fortieth birthday, Tamakazura sends him spring shoots on New Year's day.
  54. In central politics, Sekkan-seiji (politics based on Sekkan - regent or a top adviser to Emperor), in which the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan played a dominant role, was established.
  55. In ceremonies, archers shout 'In-Yo-I' in a short and deep voice just before the first target, 'In-Yo-I-In-Yo-I' just before the second target in a high-pitched voice for a longer duration and 'In-Yo-I-In-Yo-I-In-Yo-I' in a very high-pitched voice for a very long duration.
  56. In certain areas like Kansai, sand or salt is sometimes brought from the beach near Ise-jingu Shrine and put in the four corners of the stand.
  57. In certain areas of the west European old empire, the villa system was established in the late ancient period and continued into the medieval world.
  58. In certain books, her name was written as '於可留' or '梶.'
  59. In certain cases different terms are used for the classification of the same meaning depending upon the district and generation (example: nakadori/nakagumi etc.), and they are not uniform.
  60. In certain cases, distilled alcohol is added just to increase the volume (three-time increased sake).
  61. In certain cases, exogenous enzyme is used to supplement the "enzyme" produced by aspergillus.
  62. In certain cases, people who don't like natto call it 'rotten boiled soybeans,' and so on.
  63. In certain cases, sugar is added as a saccharified solution and fermented.
  64. In certain cases, the baiu front comes up to north together with a typhoon or tropical cyclone which has lost its strength and the baiu ends all of a sudden.
  65. In certain districts, it is expressed as "Sabake ga yoi."
  66. In certain eating and drinking establishments in which sake is served such as an izakaya (Japanese-style pub), we see rather often that, although they do not sell real namazake, but only namachozoshu or namazumeshu, write "namazake" on their menus or posters.
  67. In certain parts of the ward, town names and boundaries were subsequently altered due to land readjustment projects.
  68. In certain periods in the past, points were deducted for sake that has color in Zenkoku Shinshu Kanpyokai (National New Sake Appraising and Deliberating Fair).
  69. In certain places where conditions are met, tap water is the source, many breweries secure a dedicated source of water supply.
  70. In certain towns their prefix changed from 'Kisshoin Nakagawara' to 'Kisshoin.'
  71. In certain years, however, in the same period as Honshu, unsettled chilly weather caused mainly by force of Okhotsk anticyclone coming down to the south continues for around two weeks.
  72. In chankonabe restaurants, however, many chankonabe contains meatballs mentioned above, cabbage, Chinese cabbage and udon noodles for its traditional images.
  73. In chapter 'Otome' (Maidens) it is described that when Genji and the Emperor Reizei visited her, she regretted her cruel treatment of them but still she acted willfully again and again that bothered the Suzakuin (the name of Emperor Suzaku after retirement).
  74. In chapter 10 of volume 'Nme' (volume Ume [plum]? or Unmei [fate]?) it is described as follows.
  75. In chapter 14 of volume 'Ame' written in 1945, it says as follows.
  76. In chapter 3 of volume 'Fuji' it is written as follows:
  77. In chapter 3 of volume 'Shimotsu' is described the appearance of Kuninotoko Tachinokami as follows.
  78. In chapter 4 of volume 'Hikari,' he says as follows.
  79. In chapter 4 of volume 'Uetsu' (written in 1944), it is written as follows (in the original, Germany is written as 卍 and Italy is written as 一十):
  80. In chapter 4 of volume 'Umi' written in 1947, it also says as follows.
  81. In chapter ninth of volume one in "Ofumi" (Gobunsho), Rennyo Shonin stated that monoimi should not be conducted in Jodo Shinshu Sect saying 'next, regarding monoimi, our sect does not abstain from anything based on the doctrine of Buddhism.'
  82. In charge of 20 Shushincho (workers) selected from among forced laborers, the Rokoku Hakase supervised the rokoku (water clock) and at the same time measured the time, and at regular intervals ordered Shushincho to strike a bell installed in the Onmyoryo.
  83. In charge of Nikko Tosho-gu Shrine Shugo (provincial constable).
  84. In charge of supervision of ships entering Edo Bay.
  85. In chase of the Satsuma army, the government army started a violent onslaught.
  86. In cheap fiction of later years, such as the"Hitomaro Himitsu-sho", there are some distorted interpretations such as that he was Jito's lover, perhaps to suit the style of a novel.
  87. In cherry blossom season, the 'high-speed Daigo-ji Temple' bus will be available.
  88. In childhood the Imperial Prince Fushimi Sadanaru went by the name of 'Atsu no Miya.'
  89. In chronological order, Yayoi V type is regarded the oldest, followed by Shonai type and later by Furu type.
  90. In cities such as Edo and Osaka, writers such as Akinari UEDA, Bakin KYOKUTEI and Kyoden SANTO became famous for their Yomihon stories.
  91. In cities where many merchant houses still remain, there has been a significant revaluation of these houses that seem to epitomize Japanese ingenuities and the idea of space.
  92. In city gas pipework gas equipment in the user's site is called an internal gas supply pipe.
  93. In clans where members are eligible to become regents and chancellor, young people were allowed to wear Noshi since the Heian period, it is said the Ichijo family from the Muromachi period was allowed to wear this costume without receiving Senshi, just after having coming-of-age ceremony.
  94. In classical Chinese translation, the word was sometimes translated as '衆園 (shuon)' or '僧園 (soon)' but usually it is called just "伽藍 (garan)."
  95. In classical entertainment, such as with the Bunraku puppet theater, for example, Kaishaku refers to handing over stage properties
  96. In classical studies, he has written in 'Jikkosho' about the interpretations of Sogi on 'Kokin Wakashu' (A Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry), and 'Chokusen Meisho-Waka Shoshitsu' 'Genji Nannyo Sozoku Sho.'
  97. In collaboration with a person in authority, they fought each other to gain influence, and in doing so they improved their skills in so many ways that their family members and/or disciples formed new schools.
  98. In collecting the dead body of the war after this, it is said that a low-level soldier, whose eye was shot by a gun, was out of Shogai for eight days, ate nothing and drank nothing, but was still alive.
  99. In combination with the daikan (high-pitched) tone, it is favored in the music for rites and festivals such as matsuri-bayashi (Japanese music) and kagura (sacred music and dancing performed at shrine).
  100. In comedies, sometimes actors take advantage of the energy of chari to arouse the audience to enthusiasm.
  101. In commemoration of its five crowns (Triple Crown, Tenno Sho, Arima Kinen), Shinzan's bronze statue and horseshoes are being exhibited.
  102. In commemoration of the shrine's founding, the Jidai-Matsuri (Festival of Ages) is held on October 22, the date that the decision was made to relocate the capital city to Heiankyo.
  103. In commemoration of this, October 14 was designated as "Railway Memorial Day" in 1922.
  104. In commemoration of this, Shuei participated in the Hoensha opening commemoration match with the Igo players of the head family side including Sanei YASUI, the fifth dan level.
  105. In commercial films, Teragoko was used by the Bank of Kyoto and Marutake Ebisu was used by Shogoin Yatsuhashi (cinnamon cookie dough).
  106. In common situations, warmed shochu has not consumed any more.
  107. In common speech, this is called 'stepping (there) one hundred times.'
  108. In common view, 婬行 (Inko) or (?行) is pronounced as Inco, and often means a woman who does not have strict sexual morals.
  109. In common with foreign customs, it is considered a breach of decency to leave the dining table in mid-course.
  110. In communication with an invisible place, the more advanced communication causes the weaker and more suggestive physical response.
  111. In comparative mythology, the myth of the birth of Amaterasu Omikami is nearly identical to that of Pangu, as recorded earlier (somewhere during the third or fourth century).
  112. In comparing the original article and translation, we have to pay attention which version of the original article is used as the original text.
  113. In comparison to "eshi" (painters) who belonged to "edokoro" (a workshop for paintings) in the Imperial Court, painters who were engaged on painting Buddhist statues under the patronage by the powerful temples and shrines were called "ebusshi."
  114. In comparison to Seiryoden (literally, "Limpid Cool Hall," an imperial summer palace) where the Emperor usually resided, the Shishinden Hall was used for more official purposes.
  115. In comparison to ashibatobi and tekkotsutobi, juryotobi requires a high level of expertise and is often engaged in plant work, air conditioning and plumbing work, and a partial work on electrical equipment.
  116. In comparison to his half-brothers, such as TAIRA no Norimori and TAIRA no Yorimori, he was slow to be promoted, and didn't achieve any noteworthy accomplishments in the political arena; however, he was recognized as having the same talent for poetry as his father, Tadamori.
  117. In comparison to the widespread five-hole shakuhachi, though the seven-hole shakuhachi are not widely used, there are people who use them.
  118. In comparison with the design of the previous station house, there were many opinions for the present design, some being "for" and some "against," but the present one earned a "good design" award in fiscal year 1997.
  119. In comparison, 'iki' may also mean 'sappari' (neat, frank, and plain) and 'sukkiri' (neat and clear) when used as an adjective, and it is more friendly and has a broader meaning than before.
  120. In comparison, males have longer antennae and ambulatory legs than females.
  121. In comparison, the kiki (Kojiki and Nihonshoki) has no description of any furious battles with Koguryo, written on the Gwanggaeto Stele.
  122. In comparison, the latter succeeds the tradition of the "Kokin wakashu," which was more elegant and refined.
  123. In compensation for the cow, Tsunugaarashito was given a white stone which was enshrined in the village as god.
  124. In competition with the ever-increasing shoen, the Kokushi assigned Daimyo tato (daimyo cultivators) to Zaicho kanjin (resident public officials) and deployed them on hand; moreover, they had Soji, Goji, and Hoji (all of which were local government officials under the ritsuryo system) appointed as local government officials.
  125. In completely fermented junmaishu, nucleic acids such as histamine are generated, though in very small quantity, which sake yeast generates by being placed in an extreme condition at the end of the process of producing moromi.
  126. In compliance with his will, his documents and resources were burned.
  127. In concert with the above movement, Takamatsu established 'Takamatsu Azuma Production' in Tokyo, restarted Azuma Studio under the name of 'Makino Production Tokyo Studio,' and formed 'Makino Tokyo Group.'
  128. In concert with their throwing actions, the throwers shout.
  129. In concert with this, urushigami monjo (Lacquer documents) excavated from the site of Isawa-jo Castle for which the year of creation is unknown contained Myobo (identification) of personnel requisitioned from Shibata County.
  130. In conclusion, Karyo had been a means of punishment in individual cases since the early period of Edo Bakufu.
  131. In conclusion, TERAMOTO showed that Narabi and the main chapters could be a set, relating them to the formation or structure of separating or integrating the chapters.
  132. In conclusion, all of the four shrines where the princes of Emperor Go-Daigo are enshrined as deities adopt the reading "naga" for the letter 良.
  133. In conclusion, he explains that everything is fulfilled by the power of Amida's Primal Vow.
  134. In conclusion, he noted that an administrative body has to know local conditions and situations thoroughly, and conduct the administrative activities based upon that knowledge.
  135. In conclusion, it is hard to believe that two of his daughters married two of the Emperors.
  136. In conclusion, such meals had low nutritional value, and they considered making comments on what they were eating as taboo under the influence of Buddhism.
  137. In conclusion, the decision of these meetings resulted in; Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA being subjected to the Jikan Nochi (an order to surrender the shogunate post, including other official court rankings, governmental postings, and all of his domains, including territories ruled, to the Imperial Court).
  138. In conclusion, the recipient of koden is not the deceased (spirit) but Buddha and therefore, 'gobutsuzen,' not 'goreizen,' is used from the day of one's death.
  139. In conclusion, these constructions highlighted the major contradictions of the Taiho Ritsuryo (Taiho Code).
  140. In concrete terms disobedience means throwing oneself into a barbarian (foreign) country, or handing over the castle or territory to enemy, and in modern terms falls under seeking asylum, surrendering under enemy fire or conspiring with enemy.
  141. In concrete terms, it was to calculate the volume of tax revenues and audit whether or not it reached the defined volume.
  142. In concrete terms, the relationship with the ups and downs of the government of the Oshu-Fujiwara clan has been pointed out.
  143. In conferring a peerage on kuge, its family status was taken into account to some extent.
  144. In confining Retired Emperor and Josaimonin in Dairi (Imperial Palace), he played a role in preparing vehicles for transporting them under guard.
  145. In congested areas such as Edo, Kyoto, Osaka, and so on, a cooperative dwelling called Nagaya (long house, row house, or terrace house) and so on had a communal latrine and those who collect the humane waste and do business appeared.
  146. In conjunction with the abolishment of the Keishin-Sanjo - Misasagi section of the Keishin Line as well as Railway Day (October 14), photographs of electric cars used for the Keishin Line were displayed in the train using Model 80 cars of 85-86, and a specially made sub-sign was attached at the front of the train.
  147. In conjunction with the construction of Fushimi-jo Castle, Hideyoshi built dikes along the Uji-gawa River (Ogura-ike Pond) to improve the river.
  148. In conjunction with the move, Masatsuna SANO and Takahiro KITAJO also swore allegiance to Ujimasa, which helped Ujimasa to expand his territory to Kozuke Province.
  149. In conjunction with the renewal, the Hachijo Ticket Wicket, as well as its adjacent ticket booth and the first-floor lavatory, were closed on November 30, 2007 with the departure of the day's last train.
  150. In conjunction with these promotions, Ienari assumed the office of Seii Taishogun and received an Imperial Proclamation appointing him as Genji no Choja (Chief of the Minamoto Clan).
  151. In conjunction with this establishment, Chiezo KATAOKA left Makino in April and established 'Kataoka Chiezo Productions' (Chie Pro) in May, while Kanjuro ARASHI, Ryutaro NAKANE, Kobunji ICHIKAWA and Reizaburo YAMAMOTO, who left Makino at the same time also established their own productions.
  152. In connection to the theory that Binbo-gami likes yakimiso, in Senba, Osaka, there was an event for sending off the Binbo-gami until around 1877.
  153. In connection with Rokudo, the belief of afterlife that souls are saved from the world to which they transmigrated by the guidance of Kannon (Deity of Mercy), called Kannon belief, was generated and it was believed that six different Kannon bear respective roles.
  154. In connection with that, the Stranglers, XTC (band), Talking Heads, Tom Waits and the Police (band) came to Seibu-Kodo Hall.
  155. In connection with the above, some people point out the existence of Petit Sinocentrism in Korea.
  156. In connection with the restoration, Ikutaro HOSOI traveled all over Shikoku, which had escaped war damage, in order to collect puppets and was granted Ojuhosho (Medal with a Yellow Ribbon for industriousness) by the Emperor Showa for his great contribution.
  157. In connection with this war, Renjun was also condemned for having left his grandson Shonyo behind when Yamashina Hongan-ji Temple was burned down by Harumoto HOSOKAWA and having then returned to Gansho-ji Temple where his son Jichie (also known as Jitsue) (Jodo Shinshu sect) was.
  158. In connection with this, Otori-sai is held on Tori no hi in November (or, the first Tori no hi in December in the case of Washinomiya-jinja Shrine), on which Yamato Takeru no Mikoto is believed to have died.
  159. In consequence, Saigo, Itagaki and others who supported Seikanron went into opposition (this incident is called the "Seikanron Coup" or the "Coup of 1873"), and they became leaders of the revolt by Shizoku (family or person with samurai ancestors) from Saga War in 1874 to Satsuma Rebellion or the Freedom and People's Right Movement.
  160. In consequence, this incident was settled when bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) confirmed after the insistence of Date clan, while this incident drew attention and promoted conjectures in various degree (refer to the section of Sukeshige JINBO).
  161. In consideration of his position, some scholars expressed the theory that Yukitsuna TADA was the commander who attacked the fortress on the hilly section of the city, as clearly stated in "Gyokuyo."
  162. In consideration of that fact, it is natural to think that the tai sui article did not appear in the first year not because it was overlooked, but because it was edited in such a way from the beginning.
  163. In consideration of the excellence in its production, it is identified as of the most representative pieces of the art work among the murals of Kondo in the Horyu-ji Temple.
  164. In consideration of the literacy rate of the time, it is presumed that the gunji (district managers) and satoosa often prepared shujitsu for household heads.
  165. In consideration of these achievements, he was granted Hokkyo (the third highest rank for Buddhist priests).
  166. In consideration of those attending from distant parts, the events were held until the 10th.
  167. In consideration, it was not necessary to think that the talents of MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune as the commander was the sole cause in the victory of the Kamakura (Minamoto) side.
  168. In considering the above, however, several points, including historical situation, should be taken into account.
  169. In construction industry, it was an unwritten law that people hire their own local tobishoku if they live in the same town, or if not, they had to have a decent excuse or offer some apologies.
  170. In contemporary India he is depicted as the one who has blue skin and is riding on a buffalo (although his skin is black-colored in nature, he is depicted as blue-colored due to the artistic style).
  171. In contemporary historiography it is generally called 'shisen' (private warfare).
  172. In contemporary private houses, the doma has become reduced to a small space in the entrance hall provided and is simply at the boundary between the inside and outside of the house.
  173. In contemporary terms, butsudan is deemed as a mini-copy (a dummy) of the head temple and accordingly, it is modeled after the inner sanctuary of the main hall of each sect's head temple.
  174. In contemporary writings, when song lyrics are inserted in prose, ioriten is generally put at the beginning of the lyrics in order to distinguish them from the prose.
  175. In continuation, in 1335 he was appointed Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) Governor of Mino Province.
  176. In contract to Kanezane, who was Udaijin but did no attend the imperial court so often, Tsunemune supported the Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa as an experienced vassal of the Imperial Court and key vassal for the state (Article for August 18, 1184 in "Gyokuyo").
  177. In contract, even if you pray to an evil god, proper love, joy and good will in your mind can make a good god appear and evil god leave.
  178. In contrary to his two older sisters, who were legitimate children, he was an illegitimate child.
  179. In contrast to "Shomonki" which is written in an ornate style using couplets and pianliti (a Chinese style of composition with alternating lines of four and six characters), "Mutsuwa-ki" is written in a light, plain style.
  180. In contrast to 'kotoba zuke,' the style of the Teimon school, and 'kokoro zuke,' the style of the Danrin school, bafu was considered 'nioi zuke' (adding atmosphere).
  181. In contrast to 'tenri' and 'sei', which remind people that they are given by Heaven, 'ryochi' contains a strong nuance of that which is endowed to people by nature.
  182. In contrast to 'the nobility,' those who were of Sixth Rank or lower to no rank were called 'Jige' or 'Jigenin.'
  183. In contrast to Ashihara no nakatsukuni (Literally, "Central Land of Reed Plains", which refers to the human world) where people lived, and Nenokuni (Land of the Roots) and Yomi (realm of the dead) where is said to have been underground, it is said to have been located in the heavenly realms.
  184. In contrast to Buddhism, Veda-related religion refers to enlightenment as the state of consciousness, one of the supreme states that human beings can attain.
  185. In contrast to Gidayu-bushi that developed in Osaka, they developed it in Edo, so they are called "Edo Joruri."
  186. In contrast to Hanshi, it means pottery that have a texture of fine spots on the surface.
  187. In contrast to Hyakkan na based on the organization of government according to the ritsuryo codes of the Imperial Court, this government-post-like name used in Kanto was called Azuma Hyakkan or Buke Hyakkan.
  188. In contrast to Jomon and Yayoi types that were strongly regional in characteristic, Haji is found distributed widely from Honshu to Kyushu islands, based on identical design and production method, although some regional traits can also be found if scrutinized closely.
  189. In contrast to Kachinta, she was designed to look like a moe-kyara (a particular type of girl character in video games or manga), and MOSAIC.WAV (a Japanese pop band from Akihabara) sings her theme song, to promote her in a different way from Kachinta.
  190. In contrast to Karamono (Chinese utensils) including meibutsu, it is important that these implements not be too expensive.
  191. In contrast to Mt. Koya which prohibited women, Muro-ji Temple allowed women to visit, so it was also called 'Nyonin Koya,' which means Koya for women.
  192. In contrast to Nobunaga, Hideyoshi was amicable and sympathetic to the Amago Remnant Corps, as indicated by his remark to Nobutada ODA referred to above.
  193. In contrast to Ooshogatsu, which is full of events for welcoming Toshigami (god of the incoming year) and Sorei (ancestral spirit, being the collective of ancestral spirits that have lost their individuality), Koshogatsu is centered around homey events and events relating to agriculture, such as praying for a good harvest.
  194. In contrast to Sanuki Udon that was purportedly introduced by Kobo Daishi (a posthumous title of the priest Kukai), Goto Udon is believed to have come down to Japan directly through the original route from the Continent, considering its geographical features.
  195. In contrast to Senchado, nowadays metallic (mainly stainless steel) and heat-resistant glass made kettles are commonly used for Chinese tea, which was the origin of Senchado.
  196. In contrast to Todai-ji Temple and Kofuku-ji Temple that increased in influence in Nara, Gango-ji Temple gradually declined around the late Heian period.
  197. In contrast to Tori no ichi in Hanamata, which was called 'Hontori' (the Main Cock) or 'Otori' (the Great Cock), it was called 'Shintori' (the New Cock).
  198. In contrast to Yamato Sarugaku (Sarugaku from Yamato Province) that mainly focused in the mimicry, he often expressed the artistic style of Omi Sarugaku that focused greatly on popular utamai (a performance of singing and dancing) and gathered great popularity.
  199. In contrast to Yoshuku Geino, the traditional performing arts that emphasize warding off disasters are sometimes called Josai Geino (public entertainment for removal of disasters).
  200. In contrast to hikiwari natto, the usual natto, for which non-ground soybeans are used, is called 'tsubu natto' (whole-bean natto).
  201. In contrast to his elder brother Takauji who was emotionally unstable (he was ashamed of becoming an enemy of the Imperial Court and left the battle only to briefly enter the Buddhist priesthood), Tadayoshi is thought to have been calm, and to have supported his elder brother in important positions.
  202. In contrast to his father who had five sons, all of whom arrived at manhood, the Ninth had only two daughters.
  203. In contrast to his father who served the Southern Court (of Japan), Ujitsuna defected from Akiie KITABATAKE to Takauji ASHIKAGA when Akiie attacked Kamakura on the way to Kyoto.
  204. In contrast to his younger brother FUJIWARA no Fusasaki, he was said to be inactive in politics.
  205. In contrast to kowaii (steamed rice) which is rice steamed in a koshiki (a kind of earthenware), Himeii itself refers to soft rice boiled in a kiln; however, Himeii method which is named after Himeii has not traditionally existed.
  206. In contrast to ordinary tea as well as Gyokuro, for the highest grade tea, the tencha does not undergo a crumpling process.
  207. In contrast to samurai warriors who have hard times in serving in the army, you, monks, build and live in good temples and indulge in luxury.'
  208. In contrast to such a fellow, the likes of Masamitsu with lots of excellent retainers can show our devotion to our master only by dispatching part of retainers.'
  209. In contrast to such towns as Jokamachi, Zaigomachi was categorized as something like a 'local city.'
  210. In contrast to tanka poetry as art, doka refers to tanka (31 syllables' poem) or waka (Japanese poem) that includes Buddhist teachings or that Zen monks composed to make study and spiritual enlightenment easier to understand.
  211. In contrast to that, Yoritomo worked toward elevating the status of warriors themselves.
  212. In contrast to the Edo-komon of a single color, it is made by multicolor dyeing.
  213. In contrast to the Emperor Taisho and the Emperor Showa, both of whom held the enthronement ceremony at Kyoto Imperial Palace, the present Emperor held the ceremony in the Imperial Palace to be the first emperor ascended the throne in Kanto region.
  214. In contrast to the Jomon period, which lasted more than ten millennia, the Yayoi period lasted only several hundred years, and the Yayoi period is classified, according to the style of the excavated articles, into three stages, that is, the early stage, the middle stage, and the late stage.
  215. In contrast to the Keishin Line, the Keihan Ishiyama-sakamoto Main Line is a nostalgic one on which a vehicle consisting of two cars runs along the lakeside of Lake Biwa, as well as residential areas and downtown in the western part of Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture facing a river area of the Seta-gawa River.
  216. In contrast to the Kondo, with its Kenkyo type Yakushi Nyorai, the Lecture Hall has Dainichi Nyorai installed as its central, esoteric object of worship.
  217. In contrast to the Minamoto clan, which had been fighting since early morning, the Heike had a pool of new soldiers to add to the battle field; the battered Minamoto clan was finally put to fight.
  218. In contrast to the Nara period, the Heian style was strongly influenced by the Tang dynasty.
  219. In contrast to the O-meibutsu above, tea utensils famous in the age of Rikyu were simply called 'Meibutsu' and the utensils set lower than the 'Meibutsu' belonged in the 'Chuko-meibutsu' category.
  220. In contrast to the Soto Zen school which spreads through regional clans and the general people, the Rinzai School received support from Samurai families in government, and was esteemed in the politics and culture.
  221. In contrast to the Toki clan, who served as Mino no Shugo (provincial constable in Mino Province), became Hatamoto (a direct retainer) of the Tokugawa clan, one of the many collateral lines of the Mino-Toki clan produced daimyo (Japanese feudal lord).
  222. In contrast to the conventional theory, some argue that the reason for the loss of his Ashimori territory was his aunt's, Kita no Mandokoro's (Kodaiin) support of the West forces in the Battle of Sekigahara.
  223. In contrast to the decline of paper making because of the difficulty of procuring raw materials caused by the weakening of the administration, Kyoto occupied an important position as the center for paper processing techniques by developing advanced technical skills for processing paper.
  224. In contrast to the eldest brother Tokihira, whose coming-of-age ceremony was carried out by Emperor Koko, his coming-of-age ceremony was carried out at the court by Emperor Uda in 890.
  225. In contrast to the former principal image, which was a standing statue of less than one meter in height, the new one is a 3.56 meter height gigantic seated statue and the height including its halo is 6.3 meters.
  226. In contrast to the lavish Kitayama culture represented by Kinkaku from the 3rd Shogun Yoshimitsu's era, the culture of this period is called "Higashiyama culture" that emphasizes wabi-sabi (simplicity and quietude) as represented by Ginkaku.
  227. In contrast to the original version that was a one-act play lasting as long as three hours, Mokuami made the new one a concise three-act play lasting half as long as the original one, making it like the model of Edo Kabuki.
  228. In contrast to the prevailing view, in the taiga drama series of NHK for 2007 "Furin Kazan (NHK taiga drama)" (originally written by Yasushi INOUE), Sanjo no kata's image was changed to a pretty and fragile little girl, in a significant departure from the original.
  229. In contrast to the previous period (Jomon period), it is believed that battles between settlements and regions occurred frequently during the Yayoi period.
  230. In contrast to the rebellion led by Masakado, which was settled within only two months, Sumitomo's war required as long as two years to be settled.
  231. In contrast to the rice-polishing ratio, the ratio of weight of removed part to brown rice sometimes called 'polish percentage'.
  232. In contrast to the shakuhachi fabricated using the above method, the bore of older shakuhachi called 'ko-kan' (literally, "antique shakuhachi"), or 'ji-nashi-kan' (literally, "shakuhachi without urushi-ji) are not coated with urushi-ji, and remnants of the joints often visible.
  233. In contrast to the simple and easy methods used by typical present-day construction companies, the timbers used in building kominka have specific types used in specific parts of the construction.
  234. In contrast to the standard image of a Buddhist monk, this picture depicts a tiny Myoe surrounded by a mountain landscape.
  235. In contrast to the takajo (hawker) in charge of training the birds, the torimi was responsible for supervising the bird habitat in the hunting grounds in order to guide the shogun to locations with a high percentage of prey.
  236. In contrast to the usual soft boiled egg, the characteristic of the onsen tamago is that the egg white is softer than the egg yoke.
  237. In contrast to the works of Zeami and Motomasa KANZE, in which 'yugen' (elegance, calm, profundity, mixed with the feeling of mutability) was sometimes too much expressed, many Nobumitsu's works were spectacular filled with sensational events which were called 'furyu' (full of refined tastes) in those days.
  238. In contrast to this theory that he changed from the Nariyasu clan to the Yasui clan is the fact that the Nariyasu clan resided in Hiranogo, Settsu Province whereas Doton is thought to have been born in Kawachi Province, so there is a tendency to deny this theory.
  239. In contrast to this, some argued that the kokufu was too far from the provincial school of Shimotsuke Province and there is no record describing the relocation.
  240. In contrast to tsukimi dango (rice dumpling for moon viewing) prepared for tsukimi, hanami dango are bright like cherry blossoms, pink, white, and green.
  241. In contrast with Jusaburo who was the 'Kansai Kabuki actor from the start,' Jukai was dogged with the prejudice that 'he is an actor transferred from Tokyo.'
  242. In contrast with Koshin's father Shonyo (Kosho OTANI), the former Monshu who spent his young adulthood during times of war, Koshin grew up during the years of high economic growth following the war as the Shinmon (successor of the Monshu).
  243. In contrast with Misasagi Station, departure announcements aren't made even for the trains that start out from this station.
  244. In contrast with Shinsho's frank performance style, Bunraku had a solemn performance style.
  245. In contrast with deities belonging to the above three groups, those belonging to 'Tenbu' carry the connotation of a guardian deity of Buddhism or a deity of fortune and many of them are the target of worship seeking worldly divine help.
  246. In contrast with his great fame in Japan, Soseki is not very famous abroad, especially in Western countries (although Soseki is relatively famous in China and Korea).
  247. In contrast with his military prowess which held even Masashige in fear, he showed a brilliant talent for waka (traditional Japanese poems); therefore his works were chosen in "Shinshoku Kokinwakashu" (an Imperial anthology of wakas made in the Muromachi period).
  248. In contrast with the Sansenke, which went along with merchant culture, the Yabunouchi-ryu remained close to samurai families, as well as Nishi Hongan-ji Temple, and focused on avoiding pomp and maintaining ancient rites to the end of Edo Period.
  249. In contrast with the Traffica Kyo card, no benefits, such as an increase in usable worth or an application of a discount rate when using transportation means in connection with one another, are available with the card.
  250. In contrast with them, a core tool is a stone left when chipped stone tools are made, and stone tools made with the center part of a stone is called a core tool.
  251. In contrast, '出端' is used meaning the beginning of a story and the like.
  252. In contrast, Akinari UEDA criticized Norinaga's stance in support of Teikan, and Teikan's book eventually caused heated arguments among scholars.
  253. In contrast, Dazai Gonnosochi was sometimes the position to which the former Ministers who had fallen in the central government were demoted.
  254. In contrast, HONDA was a typical craftsmen whose work was tailored to the company's plans and kept within the budget and time limit.
  255. In contrast, Harutomi MIBU managed to protect his documents and later rebuilt the Mibu family library.
  256. In contrast, Imai also created films such as "Jinsei tonbo-gaeri" (Life Is like a Somersault), a humane comedy featuring Kenichi ENOMOTO and Takako IRIE.
  257. In contrast, Imperial family members given the title of Imperial Prince by the Emperor after already having entered the priesthood were called Hosshino (Cloistered Imperial Prince).
  258. In contrast, Japanese clocks are manufactured under the futeijiho (varying length system), which divides seasonally changing sun's celestial objects infestation into 6 equal parts.
  259. In contrast, Kaneyoshi was opposed to this, together with his brother, Kanehiro TAKATSUKASA, and paternal cousins, Sukezane KUJO and Tsunahira NIJO (their father, Kaneharu KUJO, was the brother of Kaneyoshi's father, Fusasuke TAKATSUKASA).
  260. In contrast, Koan attempted to include in the maps as much information as possible from past to present.
  261. In contrast, Kobelamptei's gyudon, a late comer, had a rather traditional gyunabe-like seasoning.
  262. In contrast, Nagatoshi NAWA and Tadaaki CHIGUSA, both belonging to sanmi no tsubone's side, were given rewards and treated favorably during the Restoration.
  263. In contrast, Nimaime in Edo Kabuki is similar to Tsukkorobashi on the surface; however, at the core, he is fiery-tempered and filled with an awareness of his duty, which gives an inkling of toughness.
  264. In contrast, Nobunaga sent more than ten messengers in order to resolve the dispute peacefully, but Temple on Mt. Koya killed all the messengers.
  265. In contrast, Nobuyori and Yoshitomo became rebels, and the battle to put them down occurred on December 27 in Kyoto.
  266. In contrast, Ryosuke ISHII advances that the main purpose of the decree was to return the shoen and the koryo to honshu (proprietor or guarantor of manor) and kokushi (provincial governors).
  267. In contrast, Shigehiko HASUMI defended SHIGA in his writing, "Han nihongo ron (Against the Japanese Language)" and "Hyoso hihyo sengen (A Critique of the Surface Layer)."
  268. In contrast, Shigekata HOSOKAWA, of the Kumamoto Domain, drew upon the research on the Ming code to carry out bold judicial reform.
  269. In contrast, Sueji UMEHARA has proposed a theory arguing that it is the influence of mainland China.
  270. In contrast, Sukiya determined a different policy of not using such beef for a time with a safety concern.
  271. In contrast, Wang Yangming used the original text as it was before the establishment of Shushigaku.
  272. In contrast, Yamato-e refers to paintings that depict landscape and customs in Japan (instead of China) primarily.
  273. In contrast, Yomei-gaku defines it as the study of grown ups, by which is meant a person of virtue, as opposed to small-minded man.
  274. In contrast, Yomeigaku tended to attach too much importance to individual morals and, against Wang Yangming's intentions, gave rise to an antiestablishment theory, which attracted those who opposed the regime.
  275. In contrast, a family line that is not constituted by a lineage of eldest sons but is allowed to govern the whole family on behalf of the family line constituted by the eldest sons was called Soke or Honke.
  276. In contrast, a fude that have soot accumulated much can last long, so it is important to wash out only the glue.
  277. In contrast, a movement to resist this on behalf of the street stall businesses was initiated by a member of the prefectural assembly and the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare (of that period).
  278. In contrast, a pair of male and female deities are occasionally called 'Narabigami.'
  279. In contrast, according to "Shinchoko-ki," troops of Nobunaga ODA took up position by digging ditches double and triple, providing walls and fences to guard tightly forming a fort-like structure against Arioka-jo Castle.
  280. In contrast, according to the historical data reserved by Misawa family, who was retained by Chofu Domain, the founder of Misawa clan was Tamekuni IIJIMA whose main domain was Iijima, Ina county, Shinano Province and who was descded from MINAMOTO no Mitsuyoshi of the same Seiwa-Genji.
  281. In contrast, an uprising that was led mainly by a kokujin (local samurai) group was called kuni ikki (provincial uprising).
  282. In contrast, as Yomeigaku denies authorities outside of one's mind, reading is considered dispensable.
  283. In contrast, as early as 1888, Okazaki was incorporated into the then Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City and became a part of municipality established in Kyoto City.
  284. In contrast, as the term 'Tendo' meant declining and dying out of a normally operated thing, the tendo became more intensified during the late Kamakura period.
  285. In contrast, cooked white rice is good for the digestion, has a better texture, and is considered more delicious.
  286. In contrast, cooking using an iron plate makes it difficult for the fat to escape and leads to a rich taste.
  287. In contrast, craftsmen who were fond of simple styles made the topknot thin, and twisted the ends of the topknot sideways a little.
  288. In contrast, during the Second World War, young men who had been drafted to fight and their families walked over this bridge many times hoping they would be able to return home alive.
  289. In contrast, during the Sengoku period (Warring States period, 1482-1558) or the Edo period, a unit of a landlord's territorial land was a village or a town.
  290. In contrast, for products in Kyoto, special materials including paper of high quality are selected...the properties of water in Kyoto is suitable for white ground mica karakami and similar kinds of paper, which results in the production of incomparable purely white and excellent ones.'
  291. In contrast, ghosts outside Japan usually have legs.
  292. In contrast, he adopted Mitsukuni's son, Yoritsune MATSIDAIRA to succeed to the Takamatsu Domain.
  293. In contrast, his industry promotion measures were quite 'conservative.'
  294. In contrast, if he wants to make sake taste heavy, he uses a longer time for this process.
  295. In contrast, in the Edo bakufu, it was the fudai daimyo who dominated important roles in the bakufu.
  296. In contrast, it is also said that Tarobe YOSHIDA, a person living in Hatano Village purchased seeds of cha from xin-le in Jiang-zhou Province in China and sowed them in a land of about 70 [a].
  297. In contrast, it is considered a breach of etiquette to lean forward over one's plate and let your mouth 'go fetch' foods such as boiled rice and miso soup without holding a china bowl (for boiled rice) or a wooden bowl (for miso soup or else).
  298. In contrast, many families of the Minamoto clan used the Minamoto surname and were collectively referred to as Genji (the Minamoto clan); and the term Genke, referring to a single Minamoto family, is rarely used.
  299. In contrast, many hotels offer single rooms or twin rooms, if available, to many solitary guests.
  300. In contrast, meals are optional at hotels.
  301. In contrast, rakugo was complacent with its age-old tradition and could not keep its fans.
  302. In contrast, slow and peaceful pieces also exist.
  303. In contrast, some radios and mobile phones are designed with simplicity as a priority - targeted at the elderly, even at the risk of being considered yabo.
  304. In contrast, tatsutaage is prepared by seasoning meat with soy sauce and mirin (sweet rice wine for cooking), coating it with just katakuriko and frying it.
  305. In contrast, the Aizu Wakamatsu estate of Hideyuki GAMO, with a size of 920,000 koku (approximately 160,000,000 liters of rice-crop yield) was largely limited to the Utsunomiya domain, Shimotsuke Province, with W120,000 koku (approximately 21,600,000 liters of rice-crop yield) as 'incapable of ruling the lower-ranking vassals.'
  306. In contrast, the Hosso sect of Buddhism teaches sanjo-setsu, a doctrine which teaches that different vehicles can be used to attain a state of satori, emphasizing the distinction between Hinayana (vehicle of the hearers or solitary-Buddha vehicle; Buddhists whose primary concern is their own enlightenment) and Mahayana Buddhism (enlightenment-bound vehicle).
  307. In contrast, the Konden einen shizai Law of 743 allowed permanent ownership of konden.
  308. In contrast, the court ladies, also called Kyujin, were developed to maintain the internal order of the Kokyu palaces instead of the castrated eunuches in Japan.
  309. In contrast, the descendant of the Kamakura Kubo could continue as the Kitsuregawa clan of daimyo (Japanese feudal lord), though they were a descendant of the Ashikaga clan like Hirashima Kubo.
  310. In contrast, the fields covered by Sando had no direct relevance to Confucianism and aimed at educating technical government officials in calculation, survey, and other similar subjects; in this way, Sando was the only existence independent from the regular course.
  311. In contrast, the government insisted that the movements were spread since newspaper had reported them exaggeratedly, so they shut down "Takaoka Shinpo" (newspaper) on August 7 and issued an injunction against articles about the rice riots to media organizations on August 14.
  312. In contrast, the important factor of Shingaku was folk songs and the content of the song's words (in Chinese) was also accessible for ordinary people in Japan.
  313. In contrast, the lands in the Kokugaryo were reorganized into districts such as Gun (county), Go (district), Ho, Jo.
  314. In contrast, the maximum number of soldiers that the Mori clan could mobilize was between 4,000 and 5,000.
  315. In contrast, the number of buses operating on the route between Nishi Iwata and Iwata Minami during the daytime substantialy decreased, since the daytime operations for Routes 73 and 73C were to substitute for buses on Route 76.
  316. In contrast, the other nine schools of the Jodo Shinshu sect continue to use the name 'XXX school of the Shinshu.'
  317. In contrast, the owner of a shoen who lived nearby it tended to want the shoen residents to offer bueki or a huge amount of bulky goods and the like.
  318. In contrast, the paining on the west wall depicts, from the near side, a group of men, a white tiger (one of the four gods), the moon above it, and a group of women.
  319. In contrast, the registration of individuals who were uncovered by a Guji (the chief of those serving at a shrine who controlled festivals and general affairs) was called kasshutsu, and reinstating individuals who had become one-time vagrants as residents of their original family register was called sokan.
  320. In contrast, the style and size of the house of his younger brother Saburo itself is in the same shinden-zukuri style as his elder brother.
  321. In contrast, the theory of Fumio KAKUBAYASHI, for instance, recognizes believability of the framework and development of the story, and has it that the discovery was really by chance.
  322. In contrast, the two top share companies of the toilet basin fall behind the household appliance manufacturers in the introduction of new materials except for the technology of electronics control or pottery and the two have a tough time in the market of onsui senjo benza.
  323. In contrast, there are flea markets, such as the 'handmade' markets held on Sundays across Japan, that local people joined and are run by local municipalities or businesses, though these are unlike the traditional festivals by common people organized by temples and shrines and run by professional tekiya.
  324. In contrast, there is such a case as the Japanese fried senbei and similar snacks which are phonetically transliterated as 'xianbei' (仙貝).
  325. In contrast, there seems to be a lot of dissappointment from the spectators when a performance with the loincloth is avoided.
  326. In contrast, this easily led to the link that was established between the Buddhist priests and national authority.
  327. In contrast, those of the Takeda forces included Yamagata, Naito and Baba who were among the big four of Takeda, besides Masatane HARA, Moritane HARA, Nobutsuna SANADA, Masateru SANADA, Masatsugu TSUCHIYA, Naonori TSUCHIYA, Kageshige ANNAKA, Nobunaga MOCHIZUKI, Shigetsugu YONEKURA.
  328. In contrast, unlike elsewhere, in the Kanto region, many keyhole-shaped tumuli including those with burial mounds being as long as 100 meters such as Saitama-kofun Tumuli Group were constructed in the sixth century.
  329. In contrast, veritable records originally only recorded the deeds of each emperor.
  330. In contrast, within the category ninjo-banashi, or of those performances which are considered masterpieces, works which are particularly difficult to perform are commonly called 'oneta.'
  331. In contrast, words and expression of Joruri (dramatic narrative chanted to samisen accompaniment) show the influences of Monzaemon CHIKAMATSU.
  332. In convenience stores, tebichi is sold along with the standard Oden which is similar to the one sold in the mainland of Japan.
  333. In cooking
  334. In cooking nihon-ryori dishes, charcoal is used for making a fire.
  335. In cooking, it means to adopt the characteristics of both Japanese cooking and Western cooking in a dish; typical examples include 'anpan,' which is a type of sweet bread (Western) with azuki bean jam (Japanese), and a dish of Carpaccio using tuna fish.
  336. In cooking, the dried noodles are restored by boiling.
  337. In cooperation with ABE no Hirafu, he captured a castle of Shiragi.
  338. In cooperation with Manshi KIYOZAWA, the first dean of the university, he devoted his energy to establishing modern research and educational institutes for Buddhist studies which were closely linked to related studies.
  339. In cooperation with Mochiuji ASHIKAGA, Kamakura kubo (Governor-general of the Kanto region) who had been in conflict with the shogunate in those days, Mitsumasa rose in revolt, being presided by Seisho.
  340. In cooperation with Yoshihiro OUCHI Ryoshun contacted to emerging Kokujin (local lord) group, attacked the Kikuchi clan in Bungo Province with the cooperation of the Aso clan and attacked Dazaifu with the cooperation of the Matsuura Party and his own army attacked Dazaifu from the center.
  341. In cooperation with a wigmaker Tokuro, he devised wigs which are still used at present.
  342. In cooperation with his brothers Yoshikata MIYOSHI (Awa), Kazumasa SOGO (Sanuki) and Fuyuyasu ATAGI, he beat the forces of Nagamasa KIZAWA (in the battle of Taihei-ji Temple) and Nagamasa MIYOSHI one after another, both of whom had been his father's enemy.
  343. In cooperation with his colleague, Naozane KUMAGAI, he broke through the army of Taira clan which was deployed at Ichinotani, and seized the momentum for victory.
  344. In cooperation with his father, Kanami (Kan-amidabutsu), Zeami perfected Sarugaku (present Noh) and left many books.
  345. In cooperation with merchants from Hakata, he sent ships to Ming China, competing with the Hosokawa family, which had ties with Sakai merchants.
  346. In countries of Southeast Asia, where Theravada Buddhism is popular, lotus is highly valued from the religious aspect, and lotus-related trades exist.
  347. In countries of the Chinese cultural sphere, July 15th of the lunar calendar is 'the Ghost Festival (中元? in simplified characters),' and as in Japan, festivals relating to the spirits of ancestors are held.
  348. In countries such as India and the Philippines, the cigarettes are sold individually instead of in boxes.
  349. In countries such as the People's Republic of China, Korea, Taiwan, and Vietnam, the old new year is more important than the new year of the new calendar and the new year's gift money is presented on this day.
  350. In countries such as the United States, however, "teriyaki" means dishes of meat seasoned with teriyaki sauce before grilling.
  351. In countries where sticky rice is not appreciated, both cooking methods coexist, yet there is a stronger tendency to favor the yutori method.
  352. In countries where the lunisolar calendar is still used or when counting the age of the deceased who lived during the period when the lunisolar calendar (the old lunisolar calendar) was used, age is counted with the New Year's Day as the base date of the calendar used in the relevant country back in these days.
  353. In course of time their relationship became alienated and she remarried FUJIWARA no Akinori, Ushoben (Minor Controller of the Right) and gave birth to Noen, the shugyo (chief priest) of Hossho-ji Temple.
  354. In court music, the Japanese drums called gaku-daiko (a flat drum beaten by two sticks) are facing the stage.
  355. In cultivating mizuwasabi, abundant fresh water whose temperature is 9 to 16 degrees Celsius, as well as permeable soil (such as sandy soil), is indispensable; moreover, strong sunlight must be avoided.
  356. In cultural areas where people don't hold dishes such as plates, Japanese people have to be careful that if they hold eating utensils carelessly and bring them closer to their mouths, that is against good manners.
  357. In cultural history, the Momoyama period often refers to the time between 1573 when the Muromachi shogunate fell and 1615 when the Toyotomi family was overthrown.
  358. In culture, naturalistic art, as seen in Kongo Rikishi zo (statues of Kongo Rikishi) by Unkei and by Kaikei, developed.
  359. In culture, new science, art and other cultural products were brought to Japan, and this state was called civilization and enlightenment.
  360. In culture, the Muromachi culture, which is characterized by interaction among people in different social strata, as seen in renga, sarugaku (the predecessor of Noh), and drinking tea, flourished.
  361. In culture, there was the tendency to behave extravagantly, thinking little of social classes or social order, as typically seen in "Basara."
  362. In current Japanese households, the major method for making a curry sauce is to use 'roux,' which is a solidified mixture of ingredients such as curry powder, fat and oil, flour, and umami ingredients.
  363. In current academic society, the issue of whether existing Nanden and Hokuden scriptures actually reflect Shakyamuni's words, or whether thoughts of the sangha themselves in each era were transmitted as the words of Shakyamuni to sangha in later era, is hotly debated.
  364. In current convenience stores and stalls in Taiwan, Oden is sold with the description of '關東煮,' which is Osaka-style (The 7-Eleven stores in Taiwan use the description '関東煮,' the new letter shape in Japan.)
  365. In current day shrine based Shinto, the rope takes the role of and demarcating the shrine and precincts from the every-day world.
  366. In current days, the tsuru made from synthetic fibers such as Kevlar, Zylon, and aramid fibers are commonly used.
  367. In current festivals, fixed-type yama, called Okiyama, are rarely used, while Dashi (mobile-type Yama) for moving around town are dominant.
  368. In current ink-wash painting, it means 'giving a three-dimensional appearance by Bokuten (inking) and Notan (contrasting density) of ink.'
  369. In current tea ceremonies, full-flavored green tea is considered as the main, with weak-flavored green tea as substitute or informal.
  370. In curry and rice, a sauce that is poured over rice is called a curry sauce (seasoning).
  371. In custodial interrogation with regard to his violent assault of the editors of the popular magazine "Friday," when told to have a meal by the detective, Takeshi BEAT ordered a katsudon, saying 'when it comes to food during interrogation, I can think nothing but that.'
  372. In daikazari procedure, tenmokudai (a tea-bowl stand) is displayed on a shelf in advance, and koicha (thick tea) is served on the tea-bowl stand.
  373. In daily Naikan, the client uses a technique of reflection that he or she learned at concentrated Naikan to reflect on him or herself through the three themes of Naikan for a certain period of time everyday in his or her daily life.
  374. In daily conversation, the term "Japanese" (which has an ambiguous meaning) is used, rather than "Yamato race."
  375. In daily life in Japan, we usually use American standards for measuring the hardness of water, but, in the brewery industry, German standards have been used from a long time ago.
  376. In daily life outside of Buddhism, the central person or person who should not be sidelined or a precious object.
  377. In daily life, the above Buddhist term is sometimes used in its broad interpretation, which means continuing to do something or 'devoting oneself to something.'
  378. In danjiri-bayashi, music called 'Uta' is inserted once every movement (between the Niriki and the Shangiri).
  379. In days gone by, only the style in which one omitted haori (a Japanese half-coat) was particularly called kinagashi, and if only he had haori on, he could be considered to be in a formal costume even if he didn't have hakama on, but now kinagashi often indicate the style without hakama, whether he had haori on or not.
  380. In defiance of air raids, Kabuki performances were conducted even in the closing days of WWII.
  381. In deliberations, the oldest bugyonin (magistrate) participated, or Kaigo (post), second to the tonin (vice minister and executive officer) explained the case and then council members stated their opinions in the order decided by drawing lots.
  382. In demonstration sales at a street stalls, dried squid are heated until they become soft, and they are rolled out thinly between a pair of steel rollers.
  383. In depicting Amaterasu Omikami in his novel, Ryunosuke AKUTAGAWA used the alias "Ohirumemuchi."
  384. In descending order of thickness, they are called 'ichi no ito' (the first string), 'ni no ito' (the second string), and 'san no ito' (the third string), respectively.
  385. In describe the remote countryside, there was the vulgar proverb, 'Three ri (the old Japanese unit of distance, approximately 3.927 km or 2.44 miles per ri) to a liquor shop, and two ri to a tofu shop.'
  386. In despair at the defeat, he fell ill and passed away.
  387. In detached palaces or the hozo (treasure house) of a palace, treasure was collected from in and outside of the country, and the imperial power was represented by various means.
  388. In detail, 3 of them were metaphorical poems, 24 were love poems, and there was 1 love poem each for spring and autumn.
  389. In diaries and writings on records of the past, the word is usually used strictly, and in documents of theory about classic Japanese poem and legends of temples and shrines, the word is often used in the vague way.
  390. In diaries of these Buddhist priests, their visits and returns home on board merchant ships were frequently described.
  391. In dictionaries, Issunboshi is described as 'a very short person, a dwarf.'
  392. In diplomatic affairs, the gold which was yielded was used as gifts to the central and powerful family, powerful temples and shrines, as well as donations to support the force that fought against Nobunga ODA and Kenshin UESUGI
  393. In diplomatic situations and inside the armed forces, the commander is addressed as "Kakka" (Your Excellency).
  394. In disappointment, he died the next year, in September 2, 1824.
  395. In dissolving the glue, it is a standard to use water of 200 cc for a glue of 10 to 15 grams.
  396. In distress, Oyomi tells, merely to get out of the difficult situation, a lie that she will marry him when the treasure koro (incense burner), which Shinzaburo has sought, is acquired and Shinzaburo becomes employed by a master, and Shinsuke is convinced by what she says.
  397. In distributing the territory left by Yoshitoki, Yasutoki gave much to his younger brothers and younger sisters but kept only a little for himself.
  398. In dive fishing, divers catch Ise ebi hidden in the rocky shore by hand.
  399. In dividing former territory of the Takeda clan, Shinano Province was given to Nagayoshi MORI and the Hideyori MORI of vassals of Oda, the Kai Province to Hidetaka KAWAJIRI, the Kozuke Province to Kazumasu TAKIKAWA, and the Suruga Province to Ieyasu, respectively.
  400. In dividing the Imagawa territory, he and the Takeda clan concluded an agreement that Suruga Province east of the Oi-gawa River should belong to the Takeda clan and Totomi Province in the west to the Tokugawa clan, establishing a friendly relationship.
  401. In documents and works about ghosts in recent years, Katawa-guruma has sometimes been renamed as 'Kata-sharin.'
  402. In documents used by people of the warrior class, they usually represent the second meaning.
  403. In doing so the shogunate was able to restrain them from forming a Shugo-ryogoku system (the system whereby a Shugo dominates a manor), and also secured some economic profit from them.
  404. In doing so, Mibu-Roshigumi, which gained the hegemony through an illicit union of Kondo's and Serizawa's group, placed Kondo and Serizawa as leaders and Sannan was appointed to be an assistant head (vice chief) with Toshizo HIJIKATA as a member of the Kondo group (Nishiki NIIMI from Serizawa group).
  405. In doing so, Sokyu quickly got acquainted with Nobunaga, and was granted the title of Hoin (a title for doctors, painters, sculptors, and so on, adopted by the Buddhist highest rank in the hierarchy) of Okura-kyo (Minister of the Treasury) by Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA.
  406. In doing so, one should keep the left hand (leaf apex) at a higher position than the right hand.
  407. In doing so, the Shogunate was then able to position the Imperial court and the Emperor's enemy in such a way as to make it appear that this was just an internal struggle of the Imperial court; this strategy was actually used for the Tobu Emperor's enthronement at the end of Edo period.
  408. In domain duties, he established hanko (a domain school) in Edo hantei (residence maintained by a daimyo in Edo).
  409. In domains where umamawari were allowed to ride horses, families with the umamawari status were mostly lower-ranking families among upper-class retainers in the broad sense.
  410. In domains, Karo (the chief retainer) was sometimes called Roju.
  411. In domains, the post which was equivalent to Karo (the chief retainer) was sometimes called Roju.
  412. In drama and on stage in recent years, this point was reproduced exactly, and, on stage "SANADA" and Taiga-drama (NHK's historical drama) "Aoi Tokugawa Sandaiki," and so on, large, tall actors played the adult Hideyori.
  413. In dramas in which the Honnoji Incident is mentioned, it is often described that Yasuke died in battle following his master, Nobunaga.
  414. In dramas on the various eras that were made in the age of silent pictures, many sword fighting scenes were screened, where players used to blatantly display their fundoshi loincloth.
  415. In drawings, it was sometimes described as a rather narrow hakama, but according to a record, it was the same as sokutai which was used in the Medieval period.
  416. In due course of time, he took Tadafuyu ASHIKAGA's side to become a busho (military commander) of the Southern Dynasty and appointed to Gyobukyo (Minister of Justice).
  417. In due course of time, the Yamaguchi family's castle was surrounded by their enemy, and under the order of Yasuhiro, her father-in-law, Okiku disguised herself as a peasant and escaped from the besieged castle with a secret letter to ask for reinforcement.
  418. In due course, 20 years had passed and the Choja in his last moments entrust the management of his property to his son and disclosed their real parent-child relationship.
  419. In due course, Japanese master carpenters, inspired by those buildings, began to construct buildings that employed some Western-style designs.
  420. In due course, Shigemori and Yorimori retreated and the Minamoto clan departed from the gates in pursuit; however, this was actually a ruse and the traitor seized the opportunity to allow the Taira's army to enter inside the Dairi (Inner Palace).
  421. In due course, the Japan Socialist Party made Ninagawa and the Japanese Communist Party an enemy.
  422. In each Gun, Gunkai (a district association) and Gunsanjikai (a district council) were set up as decision-making bodies.
  423. In each area a specified cherry tree is observed as the standard tree.
  424. In each case, two Wayojo were composed, and each party in the suit received a Wayojo signed by the other or each received a Wayojo signed by both.
  425. In each chapter of Rongo Analects, he included his own view followed by views of Chu His, Jinsai ITO and Sorai OGYU with his criticisms against them.
  426. In each chapter, his writing was plain and concise, explaining a main topic using metaphors, events and figures in history, and even foreign words.
  427. In each chapter, the limitless divine virtue and miracle of Hachiman Daibosatsu is elucidated.
  428. In each city, town or village, the integration of properties initially had not progressed smoothly because influential persons' interests or power relationships among communities either conflicted or complicated the issue.
  429. In each daimyo family, the family head and all vassals including karo (chief retainer) and other retainers regardless of their rank believed that it was the proof of fealty to the family of their lord to respect and maintain kafu.
  430. In each department, there is bucho (general manager), fuku-bucho (assistant general manager) (currently there is no one in this position in Kaigaibu and Zaimubu and shunin (manager), and especially, the bucho of Shomubu is practically in the position of supporting sokan.
  431. In each domain, gozenshu referred to the sake which was drunk by the lord of the domain.
  432. In each eastern Asian nation, the meteorology-related organization defines 'kosa' and specifies the strength levels of kosa.
  433. In each government office, officials were generally divided into four ranks according to the importance of their duties and responsibilities.
  434. In each heison (tondenhei village) a heison-kai (heison society) consisting of elected soldiers was set up.
  435. In each issue, there are six to twelve pages of five or six articles written by the editorial department.
  436. In each layer, chidori hafu (dormer and plover gable), kirizuma hafu (gable on the ridge roof), kara hafu (undulating gable) and irimoya hafu (gable of the half-hipped roof) are arranged as if they were packed, and the arrangement shows a variety of appearances.
  437. In each of these statements, Amenosakahoko is described as being held in Ise Jingu.
  438. In each of two round-trip services between Nishi-Maizuru Station and Amanohashidate Station, the train changes its train number and is operated as a local train (Tango Discovery nos. 64 and 72 are operated only on Saturdays and holidays as the limited express 'Tango-yuyu').
  439. In each organization a system for the separation of the powers is adopted as follows:
  440. In each place, each origin has been transmitted.
  441. In each prefecture one normal school with the men' section and the women's section was set up.
  442. In earlier days, Michinaga had instigated a plot leading to the downfall of FUJIWARA no Korechika and FUJIWARA no Takaie (brothers who were uncles to Imperial Prince Atsuyasu) and acted discourteously towards Teishi, Imperial Prince Atsuyasu's mother, on a number of occasions.
  443. In earlier times rice pounded by a mortar was called 舂米 (pronounced shomai, tsukishine or tsukiyone, the first character of which is not to be confused with the similar looking character for spring '春').
  444. In earlier times there were "Ichimonji lighting" which burned gas under reduced excess air to produce open flames as well as fishtail burners with flat nozzles.
  445. In earlier times, those were the customs remained in part of Kamigata region in Kyoto, but not practiced recently.
  446. In early 1884 (from late January to early February), he joined the Liberal Party (of Japan), but he got angry with a domineering attitude shown by a party member, Taiji MURAKAMI after the entrance processing, so that he did not get involved in the party due to this incident.
  447. In early 1951, type 70 cars were introduced to the Keihanshin Local Line at the same time as the Yokosuka Line.
  448. In early 1990s, it was suspected that Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA planned to take the power back to succeed to the throne.
  449. In early April, 1471, he headed to Echizen Yoshizaki.
  450. In early April, he was sent to a prison in Edodenma-cho and died of disease in prison on June 27.
  451. In early August, an Oharaeshi chosen by Bokujo (to decide by fortunetelling) was sent to Sakyo (east part of capital), Ukyo (west part of capital), Gokinai capital region, and each district of Shichido (the seven districts of ancient Japan) to perform exorcisms.
  452. In early Buddhism it meant the top level that a disciplinant could attain.
  453. In early Buddhism, a tenacious belief in Buddha (憶念) was called Buddhist invocation.
  454. In early Jin, Changan was established as provincial capital.
  455. In early June 1870, he was placed under the custody of Sunpu Domain, and in the middle of the same month, he was definitively released.
  456. In early June, Mt. Hiei was repeatedly attacked by enemy forces on the east and west sides of the mountain but it was successfully defended thanks to strenuous efforts of the allies including Yoshisada Nitta.
  457. In early June, Yoshitada and Yoshioki were met by Takakuni when they arrived at Sakai in Izumi Province and Takakuni took over as the head of the Keicho family.
  458. In early Meiji Period the incident occurred and a condemned resuscitated after the execution of hanging in Ishizuchi Prefecture.
  459. In early November 1643, he departed on an inspection tour of Mitsunaka IKEDA's Tottori Domain in Inaba Province.
  460. In early October, Hachi no Miya confided in Kaoru about his daughters and asked him to be their guardian after his death.
  461. In early ancient Japan, however, quite a few men fulfilled the same role as a female miko, and such men were called 'fugeki,' 'okannagi,' or 'miko'.
  462. In early days, Omi Province was described as 'Awaumi,' 'Afumi' or 'Chikatsu Awaumi no kuni.'
  463. In early modern times following the collapse of the Edo bakufu, the Meiji new government created the Ministries of War and Navy.
  464. In early modern times, after the Edo bakufu was established, the attempt was made to restructure the social status system that had become scarcely functional during the Sengoku period.
  465. In early modern times, castles with a tenshu (main tower) were built.
  466. In early morning, Takamori SAIGO himself commanded from the top of Wada Pass, accompanied by Kirino, Murata, Ikegami, and Beppu, but they were bitterly defeated and could not recover Nobeoka, and retreated to Nagai-mura.
  467. In early part, it was a love story between Jujiro and Hatsugiku.
  468. In early sixth century, after Emperor Buretsu died, the Imperial line of Japan discontinued, however Emperor Keitai who was believed to be the fifth descendant of Emperor Ojin succeeded to the throne.
  469. In early summer, fireflies can be seen at night.
  470. In early times those descriptions were only about their achievements, but later various episodes were also added.
  471. In early times, '油' of '醤油' was read like Chinese, and '醤油' was sometimes pronounced as 'shauyuu.'
  472. In early times, no TV screen was used at all.
  473. In early years of the Edo period, a Noh stage was constructed in the precincts of the shrine, and Noh plays began to be performed.
  474. In early years, the origin of makurakotoba was interpreted to be the method to adjust the tones of poetry, as shown in "Kanjiko" by Mabuchi.
  475. In early-modern times Nishina clan served as Sennichi-dayu and ruled 100 koku (1 koku is about 180 liters; an old unit of volume) of Izuna shinryo estate.
  476. In early-modern times a jinya indicated more a base of civil administration and became a word meaning a government office and residence or warehouse under the shogunate system.
  477. In early-modern times in Europe, when typographical printing was in practical use, forged writings of books by popular authors such as Francois Rabelais and Miguel de Cervantes were already being published.
  478. In early-modern times, people in this post were permitted by the Emperor to use kinjiki (seven colors traditionally reserved for the imperial family and nobility), and even jigenin could use kane (oxidized liquid) to blacken their teeth, just like the Tosho-ke.
  479. In early-modern times, since the demand for lumber (major cargo) had dropped, while the railway network had been expanded, ship transportation completed its role and the waterway became obsolete.
  480. In early-modern times, the persons at this post, who were tenjobito but did not belong to Tosho-ke, were consistently considered those belonging to upper classes among jigenin.
  481. In east Japan, on the other hand, many jori chiwari had been lost or deformed due to floods.
  482. In eastern Japan, only koikuchi soy-sauce is basically used.
  483. In education, he also promoted the reform of Gakurin (literally, 'Learners' Forest,' the later Ryukoku University) and made efforts to cultivate human resources who could bear a new age.
  484. In effect, the domains of the Ouetsu-reppan, depending on Niigata City Port for arms supplies, faced a serious situation.
  485. In effect, the law reduced the income from nengu for samurai families by half.
  486. In effect, they were abolished at the same time as when street bulletin boards were abolished in 1873.
  487. In either area, sand starts moving with the wind at a velocity of three meters per second or greater.
  488. In either case his accurate year of birth is unknown.
  489. In either case, Kabane was Atai.
  490. In either case, Tai Meshi is mixed with white rice to be eaten at the end.
  491. In either case, a man put a court cap or an eboshi on his head, then was accepted into adult society from that day.
  492. In either case, all the troops were forced to retreat when a large enemy force of IKI no Karakuni started the attack presumably on August 6.
  493. In either case, however, the position of Sodaisho standing at the top of the entire army was extremely appealing, so when the post was not performed by the Daimyo (Japanese territorial lord), the lord's family members and retainers competed for the position.
  494. In either case, it is a custom to eat eel kabayaki with powdered sansho, a Chinese medicinal herb that is considered to aid digestion (the custom is considered to have started in Kanto region).
  495. In either case, it is said that the god who produced male gods would win.
  496. In either case, it seems that the shrine was damaged due to the flow path change of the Oi-gawa River, etc. and was moved to another place.
  497. In either case, it was a rule to establish Hoan-den at a pure location near the principal's offices, staff room, night watchman's room and so on.
  498. In either case, only the leader was executed and followers were not executed.
  499. In either case, the Tokugawa clan is believed to have deceptively used the name, Seiwa-Genji.
  500. In either case, the biggest goal is to develop regions.
  501. In either case, the clan ruled over Nasu Gun.
  502. In either case, the manners of movement are specified.
  503. In either case, the presence of the Hotta no saku without any record indicates that people in the region at that time were able to act with relative freedom, irrespective of the control of the central government.
  504. In either case, the term "chanko" seemed to have referred to general diets for sumo wrestlers, not hot pot dishes since the word was used.
  505. In either case, this name is related with weaving and textiles.
  506. In either electric system, the phase problem among substations (the frequency problem on the Hokuriku Shinkansen line) must be solved.
  507. In either of the Kanbyo Engi Togoku War and Joheinankaizoku, the samurai at the early stage who made efforts to suppress the rebellions and to maintain security did not consider their rewards sufficient.
  508. In either position, the three points including two legs and bottom make a balanced sitting posture.
  509. In either way, the names of Anchin and Kiyohime did not appear yet, and Anchin first appeared in "Genko shakusho" (History of Buddhism of the Genko era), and Kiyohime first appeared in Joruri (ballad drama), 'Dojo-ji genzai uroko' (the scales of Dojo-ji Temple, a modern version) (first staged in 1742).
  510. In elementary education, for example, elementary schools for Japanese and local children were clearly segregated.
  511. In elementary schools, a part of "Bankoku Koho" was used in Japanese class.
  512. In emergencies when Naidaijin was absent, the chairman of the Privy Council would temporarily become Naidaiji and assist the emperor.
  513. In emphasis of the fact that Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA was conferred the title of 'King of Japan' by the Emperor of Ming, Akira IMATANI called Yoshimitsu's Migyosho 'Migyosho of a King.'
  514. In end of Edo Period
  515. In enforcing the Constitution, the then Prime Minister Kiyotaka KURODA and others insisted that the government should execute its policies without being influenced by political parties, which was called Chozen shugi (Transcendentalism).
  516. In engi, it can be simply stated in the two theorems, 'if there is shi, there is hi,' and 'if there is no shi, there is no hi.'
  517. In enteki, a mato is settled at a place which is 60 meters away from the shai at a 15-degree angle backward, and the center of the mato is 97 centimeters above the ground.
  518. In episodes such as the power struggle between brothers Kanemichi and Kaneie FUJIWARA, and Michikane FUJIWARA's deceiving Emperor Kazan into taking holy orders, the author vividly depicts the individual characters and strategies of the powerful, thus constituting some of the best parts of the work.
  519. In esoteric Buddhism, the role of Butsugenbutsumo is to 'open people's eyes to make them reborn as Buddha,' and for that purpose, its mantra is recited in the ceremony of consecrating a newly made Buddhist image or statue.
  520. In esoteric Buddhism, the universe is considered to be the manifestation of Dainichi nyorai (Mahavairocana).
  521. In essence, a group of 5 people can take a lesson at a time by assigning a role in the tea ceremony to each person.
  522. In essence, there will be disputes among Buddhists and correct teaching will be forgotten in the period of the final 500 years.
  523. In establishing Munemori as the head of Taira clan, the biggest obstacle that had to be overcome was Shigemori's Komatsu Family.
  524. In establishing a kamon (family), a deed that can be considered a historical incident is necessary: ascension to the throne, obtaining a government post or a certain mastermanship, or a territorial land or building such as a castle or a manor.
  525. In establishing the administrative regions in 1920, the original names were changed to Japanese names in some places, such as 打狗 to 高雄市、錫口 to 松山区 (台北市)、枋橋 to 板橋市、阿公店 to 岡山鎮、媽宮 to 馬公市, and these names are still used even today.
  526. In every January the championship of Meijin-sen (literally, 'master tournament') for male players and the championship of Queen-sen for female players are held at Omi-jingu Shrine in Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture, and the games are broadcasted by NHK.
  527. In every March, the Japan Meteorological Agency announces the timetable for the blooming of cherry blossoms all over Japan, and the line connecting the areas where the blossoms will bloom on the same date is called the cherry blossom front.
  528. In every Zen sect, executing the duty of shuso is one of the conditions under which to obtain qualification for being the chief priest.
  529. In every battle, he won the victory not only with his courage and dynamic actions but also with his well meditated and rational strategy and ability to carry it out.
  530. In every case, the ICOCA card's maximum rechargeable amount is 20,000 yen and the card is endlessly rechargeable with one of five fixed amounts: 1,000 yen, 2,000 yen, 3,000 yen, 5,000 yen and 10,000 yen per single operation.
  531. In every country, how to handle this power was a big problem.
  532. In every hot spring, the source temperature is low.
  533. In every node in the belly there are convolutions with short bristles.
  534. In every scene Kannon Bosatsu appears several times to protect Sanzohoshi by the order of Shaka Nyorai.
  535. In every season, transportation facilities as well as tourist spots are crowded with Japanese on holiday.
  536. In everyday life, nobles usually wore kosode (kimono with short sleeves) and hakama (pleated and divided skirt) under several layers of uchiki.
  537. In everyday life, samurai, women, and even participants in tea ceremonies, typically used agura (sitting cross-legged) style or sat with one knee drawn up.
  538. In excavation and research of the Aoya-Kamijichi site in Tottori Prefecture, magemono and a variety of woodworks were unearthed.
  539. In excavation and research of the Heijo-kyu Palace site in Nara City, Nara Prefecture: magemono containers were unearthed in a well.
  540. In excavation and research of the Korekawa-nakai site in Hachinohe City, Aomori Prefecture: the unearthed 'lacquered barky containers' were assessed by the city's board of education as 'magemono with a lacquered lid' made about 3,000 years ago during the beginning of the late Jomon period.
  541. In excavation and research of the provincial capital of Izumo Province in Shimane Prefecture, magemono containers were found in a well as the remnants of a ritual site during the Nara period.
  542. In exceptional cases, the fare may be predetermined regardless of the distance or the time.
  543. In exchange for agreeing with this measure, however, the bureau included the core shrine theory in the shrine merger policy as part of local governance policy.
  544. In exchange for legalizing the existence of street stalls as a business entity, Fukuoka City would now establish clearly detailed regulations governing the operations of street stalls; the city stated that, 'street stalls businesses, might be moved or repositioned, if the shops did not meet the guidelines.'
  545. In exchange for performing the greatest military exploits in the Battle of Sekigahara, he was granted the Fukuoka Domain of Chikuzen Province, which yielded 523,000 koku in rice, and became its first lord.
  546. In exchange for supplying war funds for the Otomo clan and the So clan in Tsushima, he obtained various privileges from Sorin OTOMO to establish his position as a wealthy merchant.
  547. In exchange for that large death toll, the government army overwhelmed the Satsuma army in the battle of Tabaru Slope, and steadily took the first step toward the rescue of Kumamoto Garrison.
  548. In exchange for the above, the Daimyo was allowed to reduce the duration of his stay in Edo to a half year (usually one year) in Sankinkotai (a system under which feudal lords in the Edo period were required to spend every other year in residence in Edo).
  549. In exchange for the jewel, he was finally pardoned.
  550. In exchange for the return, Japan obtained 30,000,000 Kuping taels from Qing.
  551. In exchange, crafts such as silver, copper, copper coins, sulfur, and swords were exported from Japan.
  552. In exchange, from the same place, Masashige OKUDAIRA took over the domain and was transferred to the Nakatsu domain in 1717.
  553. In exchange, he was granted Kishima-gun County of Hizen-no-kuni Province, Tanega-shima Island of Osumi-no-kuni Province, Soeda no sho estate of Buzen-no-kuni Province, and Kume-go Region in Kuma-gun County of Higo-no-kuni Province.
  554. In exchange, he was taken on and backed up by Danjuro.
  555. In exchange, the law required full payment of nengu (land tax).
  556. In exile Yoritomo had very few retainers to call upon so, when he raised an army in 1180, he attempted to entice samurai from the South Kanto region to serve as `inherited gokenin` on the basis they had previously served his father (MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo) as retainers.
  557. In existing works of emakimono, there are not so many 'progression style compositions' showing effective features of emakimono, but there are many 'section style compositions.'
  558. In explaining domestic laws of each country, "Bankoku Koho" often mentions political systems such as monarchy and republic making Chinese people, who knew only monarchy, know that there were various political systems in the world.
  559. In extension, in the Edo period the doctors who were employed by the shogun family or daimyo (feudal lord) were also called by this name.
  560. In extract copies, Shinbe's episode in Kyoto or episodes after the war against Kanrei are often omitted.
  561. In extreme cases, children are sometimes taught to understand sukiyaki to be 'a boiled dish of meat (after being grilled with grease from beef fat) in hot water and soy sauce (without vegetables and shirataki,)' or 'a dish of nikujaga (a sweet boiled dish of meat and potato) without the potato.'
  562. In extreme cases, however, cows, horses, wives and children, not considered to be subject to seizure in general, were occasionally attached for the alleged reason that the property on hand of a debtor was short of the amount of credit.
  563. In extreme cases, rule of a single village was divided between two land holders (aikyu).
  564. In extreme cases, the director is a dummy.
  565. In extreme cases, the temples of different sects were forcibly made into matsuji.
  566. In extremely cold weather and in a nishin-gura Storehouse filled with the smell of the toilet and rotten fish, many fell sick.
  567. In face of the above situation, Kumanosan Shrine immediately appealed to the Imperial Court and in the following year (1163), the Imperial Court requested Myobo hakase (a teacher of law) Gyorin NAKAHARA to conduct kanjin (research and report about Imperial rituals).
  568. In fact Mr. ISHIKAWA, who attacks haikara, is here in this evening party in high collar clothes, and the speech set the house laughing.
  569. In fact he became more powerful than his lord's family.
  570. In fact he didn't succeed to it and was posthumously granted it.
  571. In fact he later became Minister of Education to develop public education.
  572. In fact in this incident, the number of senior vassals who were decapitated was three and the one of feudal retainers was eleven, which were of one accord.
  573. In fact some scholars do interpret it that way.
  574. In fact the City is located in the northern end of Kaga Province.
  575. In fact the bamboo flute which Funamushi had given him was famous fue Arashiyama, a treasure which had been passed down in the Chiba family but had been lost, and Funamushi reported to the Chiba family that Kobungo had stolen it.
  576. In fact the boy is Umewakamaru: Matsuwaka's younger brother, who has come all the way to Togoku with his mother counting on Sota for help but was separated from his mother and yakko (varlet) Gunsuke by pursuers.
  577. In fact the second Kensei Yogo Undo was mainly spearheaded by Takaaki KATO of the Kenseikai Political Party and Tsuyoshi INUKAI of the Kakushin Kurabu Party who jointed forces to bring down the KIYOURA cabinet by openly criticizing it, which was overly low-profile campaign compared to the first Kensei Yogo Undo.
  578. In fact there was another Manaita in the west of the present Manaita, but they say that it was broken into small pieces for the use of garden stones in the Meiji period.
  579. In fact these laws had already been mentioned in 1932 in his article 'Concerning the Usage of Kana for mo in Kojiki,' but he pointed them out with firm conviction in the aforementioned article.
  580. In fact they are not a thousand years old, but they are considered old enough to have been built in the Muromachi Period.
  581. In fact, "Sakuteiki Gardening Book" mentions nothing about Heian-kyo, much less the specific places of the mountain, river, road and lake.
  582. In fact, "Wayo" is extensively used for the works including calligraphy, paintings and sculptures produced in the mid to the late Heian period, when the Japanese style became prominent for the first time in the Japanese art history.
  583. In fact, "hyakusho ikki" was led by affluent free-hold farmers who had leading roles in their villages.
  584. In fact, 'Ji' is the performance that represents the drawing danjiri.
  585. In fact, 'Suminokura' was taken from the name of one of the doso that they operated.
  586. In fact, 'gongen' is often used as the title of a shrine too, as is the case with 'Kasuga Gongen.'
  587. In fact, 'the Imperial Rescript to Soldiers and Sailors' in 1882 says to serve Emperor with 'loyalty', not with Bushido.
  588. In fact, AKUTAGAWA had to make many revisions, additions and deletions to his novels due to the inspection conducted by the army.
  589. In fact, Amateru (as the name of the male god) is the alias name of Amaterasu Omikami's grandson Amenohoakari, who is the first ancestor of the Owari, Tsumori and Kaifu clans.
  590. In fact, Basho considered that 'Sarumino' was a collection that was to be a good example for posterity, so it is imagined that he advised and instructed his disciples more enthusiastically than ever.
  591. In fact, Daiki was the mastermind behind the theft of Arashiyama.
  592. In fact, Daito-ryu Aiki Jujutsu has various factions, and it's possible to view Aikido as one such faction.
  593. In fact, Emperor Gensho ascended to the throne as a child of Prince Kusakabe and not as a child of Emperor Genmei, his mother.
  594. In fact, Emperor Reizei was an illicit child between Hikaru Genji and Fujitsubo, but it is not told in the tale whether Emperor Kiritsubo knew that.
  595. In fact, Hideyoshi and his nephew, Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI, were the only people to assume the position of Kanpaku not from the Fujiwara clan.
  596. In fact, Hisamasa succeeded in building up the foundation for the Azai family's rise to a feudal lord while stabilizing political circumstances (mentioned later) and putting effort into taking control of powerful local clans who were forced to be affiliated with the former lord, Sukemasa AZAI, at sword point.
  597. In fact, Ieyasu Tokugawa, who became outstandingly influential after Hideyoshi's death, made marital relationships with several lords without the Toyotomi clan's permission.
  598. In fact, Ieyasu abandoned the newborn baby only because Tadateru's face was ugly.
  599. In fact, Ieyasu was actually in Edo-jo Castle on July 18 and finally left for Aizu Domain with his army on July 21.
  600. In fact, Itagaki furiously opposed the termination of the general attack upon Edo-jo Castle, but he simply accepted this result, after he was made aware of the incidence of the exchange with Parkes.
  601. In fact, Izanaki no Mikoto hid himself after throwing out Susanoo no Mikoto to Yominokuni (Hades), and Izanami no Mikoto died before Amaterasu Omikami was born, which poses no threat to Amaterasu Omikami's position as the top god.
  602. In fact, Japan's women's movement had been interrupted by the intensification of the war.
  603. In fact, Japanese swimmers wore rokushaku fundoshi for support under swimwear.
  604. In fact, Joan (a tea house, and a National Treasure) was moved from Kennin-ji Temple in Kyoto City to the MITSUI family in Tokyo, and then their villa in Oiso-machi, and finally rebuilt at Meitetsu Urakuen in Inuyama City.
  605. In fact, Jodo Shu and Ji Shu also called themselves "Jodo Shinshu" or "Shinshu" once, and Kyu Ikko-ha of Ji Shu (the founder: Shunsho IKKO) was called "Ikko Shu" once.
  606. In fact, Johnny OKURA and Eikichi YAZAWA appeared in this concert when they were unknown with no expectation, but they 'became popular' in later years.
  607. In fact, Kachiguri (dried chestnuts), dried kelp, rice, dried squids, and salt are buried in the dohyo as ritual gifts for gods.
  608. In fact, Kai Province was less developed than Mino and Owari Province of Nobunaga, and was a mountainous province, which made it difficult to march through.
  609. In fact, Katsu answered as if he were rejecting these conditions; Saigo trusted Katsu and Okubo, so Saigo terminated the following day's general attack upon Edo-jo Castle.
  610. In fact, Kebiishi cho (Office of Police and Judicial Chief) was excellent practically, so later, it expanded its territory of duty by eating away traditional organizations of government according to the ritsuryo codes.
  611. In fact, Kendo was sometimes called "Butokukai-ryu School".
  612. In fact, Komachi is believed to have been a descendant of Imoko.
  613. In fact, Kuwajiro OISHI was killed for Ryoma's assassination.
  614. In fact, Meiji Government did not carry out any substantial emancipation policy after Kaiho Rei at all.
  615. In fact, Motoya IZUMI continues performing as a Kyogen performer even after he withdrew from the Nohgaku Performers' Association.
  616. In fact, Musashi had moved and stayed in the residence of a wholesaler of Shimonoseki, Taroemon KOBAYASHI.
  617. In fact, Nobumori's territory was shared by Nobunaga and Nobutada after his banishment.
  618. In fact, Nobunaga transfered responsibility for the family to Nobutada, and left the rule of Mino and Owari to Nobutada.
  619. In fact, Nobuyasu was remarkably brave in battles, Hideyasu was recognized for his personality by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI and Tadayoshi distinguished himself in the final battle in Sekigahara by defeating Toyohisa SHIMAZU.
  620. In fact, Norimasa IMAGAWA was appointed to Seii fukushogun by the Imperial Court, his son Noritada IMAGAWA got preferential treatment called 'one family name in the country' from the Muromachi shogunate family so that only he and his descendents were allowed to use the family name of Imagawa.
  621. In fact, October in the lunar calendar is called Kamiarizuki (literally a month when deities are around) in Izumo Province.
  622. In fact, Osaka Electric Tramway Co., Ltd. was struggling to stay afloat because of the cost of Ikoma tunnel construction.
  623. In fact, Rokurozaemon OBANA, Jubei's master and Shobei, Bunya's father, were longtime foes regarding their family trouble.
  624. In fact, Shigetsugu, Shigetomo's son who succeeded Shigetomo, called himself Magoichi SAIKA using '孫市.'
  625. In fact, Shunsei GAMO, a son of FUJIWARA no Norikiyo, began to call himself the Gamo clan when he established his base in the Gamo-in Manor in Osumi Province.
  626. In fact, Stockhauzen visited Nara in 1966 and watched Omizutori.
  627. In fact, Sukemasa escaped to Mino and Echizen several times.
  628. In fact, Tadamasa had sent a secret messenger to Kiyomasa KATO in Higo Province to ask for his help in vengeance.
  629. In fact, Takayoshi KIDO, who had not demonstrated a strong opinion regarding the severe punishment of Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA, told Toshimichi OKUBO that the new government could not be established without defeating the Aizu Domain.
  630. In fact, Tokiie and Tokiie's stepmother, FUJIWARA no Muneko, who was Tokitada's second lawful wife, were not on good terms, and she took this opportunity to give a slanderous account to her husband, Tokitada, who believed it, as did Kiyomori.
  631. In fact, Yagi's Double Year Theory contains a lot of his opinion and has a big difference from general Double Year Theory.
  632. In fact, Yorimasa was just sitting on the fence; it never occurred to him that he would take sides with the Heike; however, as a result, Yoshihira drove Yorimasa to the Heike side.
  633. In fact, Yoshimi began to seek reconciliation with his older brother and his brother's wife in about 1487, and he let Yoshimasa adopt his son Yoshiki, making him the successor of Yoshihisa, who had no natural successor.
  634. In fact, Yoshonobu did not have a good relation with Mikako, but he got along with her parents and relied on the Kikutei (Imadegawa) family when he was the Shogun-kokenshoku.
  635. In fact, Zeami wrote the "Kakyo" (the Mirror of the Flower), a theory of Nogaku (noh music) following "Fushikaden," for Motomasa who was the successor as the leader of the Kanze group, and it is believed that many writings with no specification of recipient were handed down to Motomasa.
  636. In fact, a Shugo Daimyo's rule over the fief was not always complete, and there were actually many examples, mainly in the area around Kyoto, where the Kokujin class refused to become Hikan of the Shugo.
  637. In fact, a change in the circumstances triggered internal dissension, whereby the powers confronted Nobunaga ODA and they were defeated by him.
  638. In fact, a key distinguishing point is that if it is an extravagant funeral, the dead person can occupy the land forever.
  639. In fact, a lot of literature and historical books, including the Tale of Genji, say that a Sensu had Waka (poem) written on it or were decorated with some flowers.
  640. In fact, a member of the Onakatomi clan was appointed to the post of Jingi haku in between the assignments of the aforementioned four members.
  641. In fact, a number of ceiling and wall paintings are still produced, providing the effect that wall and ceiling paintings are enjoyable for many viewers at the same time and able to turn the whole space to the one likely to make the viewers feel surrounded by the atmosphere.
  642. In fact, a sentence like 'A Buddhist memorial service for the Taiko-Tenno is held' appears in journals published by several religious organizations.
  643. In fact, a small portion of the premises of the station belongs to Minami Ward of Kyoto City.
  644. In fact, a yurei without legs appeared as an illustration in a joruri-bon (book of joruri scripts) titled Kazan-in kisaki arasoi (Quarrel between the Empresses of Retired Emperor Kazan), which was written in 1673, before Okyo was born.
  645. In fact, according to the observatory data by the Meteorological Agency, it is possible to deduce that what this idiom implies is, by and large, to the point.
  646. In fact, according to the record of the first Japanese envoy to the Sui Dynasty in China, which was not written in the Nihonshoki, but in the Suishu, the King of Wa took the Heavens and the Sun as brothers.
  647. In fact, after Buddhism was first publicly imported to Japan, there were conflicts between the Mononobe clan in the anti-Buddhist faction and the Soga clan in the pro-Buddhist faction.
  648. In fact, after Muneshige had made Takatsugu surrender Otsu-jo Castle on October 21, he and his troops advanced to Kusatsu city, where he knew of the defeat of the West squad and was forced to retreat to Osaka-jo Castle; because of this, after the battle he forfeited the rank of Samurai and his properties.
  649. In fact, after Yoshimitsu died, the Imperial Palace intended to bestow the title of retired emperor. (However Yoshimitsu's successor, Yoshimochi ASHIKAGA declined it.)
  650. In fact, against the stipulations, one to a few vice shogun were appointed.
  651. In fact, although Japanese Soni ryo prohibited erection of private temple by monks and nuns, other private temples were regulated for the first time by Daijokanpu (official documents issued by Daijokan, Grand Council of State) in the Enryaku era of the Heian period.
  652. In fact, although Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA recommended many major daimyo to come to the capital, they ignored him.
  653. In fact, although bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) investigated uchi-daka and they kept the track of it to some degree, omote-daka was still used as the standards for calculating kakaku (family status) and military service that would determine compulsory expenditure of daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) or hatamoto.
  654. In fact, although he gave his position to his son while he was living, he never gave away the title of 'Genji choja' (the top of the Minamoto clan) to Hidetada.
  655. In fact, although he issued the command of a retired emperor to kill MINAMOTO no Yoritomo due to Yoshitsune's request, he also issued another command for Yoritomo to kill Yoshitsune.
  656. In fact, although there is an apocryphal tale that TAIRA no Tomomori and Mitsuhide AKECHI were appointed to Seii Taishogun, there is no historical evidence to indicate so.
  657. In fact, an instrument resembling the yokobue (a flute) was excavated at Hoshizuka-kofun Tumulus No.1 (late of Kofun period [Tumulus period]) in Tenri City, Nara Prefecture.
  658. In fact, another purpose of the custom is to allow busy women to rest during the New Year's holidays.
  659. In fact, as Tadamichi had not been blessed with an heir for many, he adopted Yorinaga, who was 23 years younger than him, in 1125.
  660. In fact, as mentioned earlier, the location of Edo was one of vital strategic importance in the southern Kanto region since the late Heian Period.
  661. In fact, as silver price dropped since around 1873, more gold coins flowed outside the country.
  662. In fact, as the Japanese people used the word Kimono to indicate clothing in general sense before Western style clothing has prevailed, the word Kimono was not used to differentiate the Japanese culture from the Western culture.
  663. In fact, as the most convincing theory, it is said that ten men met and complained to him one by one in order, and after having listened to them, Umayado no Miko gave them proper advice respectively, which proves his sound memory.
  664. In fact, at around this time, Shingen TAKEDA, Kenshin UESUGI, Ujiyasu HOJO, Yoshishige OTOMO, Takahisa SHIMAZU and so on, who were commonly referred to as sengoku daimyo by people in contemporary Japan, started their energetic activities, and disturbances gained momentum all over Japan.
  665. In fact, at first it was called 'Seii' but from Hoki onward it became 'Seito,' and was again called 'Seii' from 793 on.
  666. In fact, because it is strong and is conveniently carried, Samurai or haiku poet preferred to use it.
  667. In fact, because the Restoration ended just a few years later, the details about Kenmu period Shugo are not clear.
  668. In fact, because the feudal lords that were the Daimyo shared characteristics with Chinese lords (shoko), they were also called Daimyo Shoko.
  669. In fact, below the Seii Taishogun were the posts of Seii Fukushogun, Seii Gungen, Seii Gunso, etc.
  670. In fact, besides Imperial Prince Koreyasu received the title of Imperial Prince by Imperial Order from status of a subject, he was also removed from being shogun.
  671. In fact, besides the dance, the fact that there is a great difference even in the music performance is also mentioned on each danjiri website.
  672. In fact, bijinga in ukiyoe is stylized and is not a realistic depiction of beautiful women.
  673. In fact, communications from Imperial Household Minister Nobuaki Makino were made to SAIONJI through NAKAGAWA.
  674. In fact, considering the larger physical nature of today's Japanese, sharing a roughly 1.5 m square space between four people can be quite cramped.
  675. In fact, copies remaining at Onjo-ji Temple are materials showing that Kasho was used in the same manner as present-day passport.
  676. In fact, current alcohol addition is applied for different purposes.
  677. In fact, during the Edo Period, it was the Kanze Sect that first set up a branch (Bunke). Afterwards, based upon this exceptional case, other heads of the school also followed.
  678. In fact, during the Nara period, Genbo (year of birth unknown ? 746) or Dokyo (700 ? 772) and so on interfered with the field of politics as entourages of the Emperor.
  679. In fact, entertainment, such as Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra concert in Heian-jingu Shrine, are occasionally held due to its open space.
  680. In fact, even though a city prior to the Edo period would have been designed to match the Shijin-so-o topography, it is very unlikely that the Four Gods were Mountain, River, Road and Lake.
  681. In fact, following "Bankoku Koho," translations of international law such as "星?指掌," "公法便覧 (Introduction to the Study of International Law)," and "公法会通" were translated and published by Dobunkan.
  682. In fact, from the perspective of world history, Japan is not unique in that major temples play a primary role in the brewing industry during a certain historical period, especially in the Heian period or medieval times.
  683. In fact, he also took actions that might be seen as indicating that he sided with Takauji.
  684. In fact, he did not gain an advantage over Hongan-ji Temple and did not manage any appreciable results.
  685. In fact, he died two years before the incident.
  686. In fact, he found the classes boring, hardly attended any and was on the verge of dropping out before he graduated.
  687. In fact, he used to use the expression, "will become the head of a country and castle," and even tried to promote himself a little.
  688. In fact, he wants to burst into tears, holding the hands of his son, but he cries only in his heart without directly showing his sorrow, suppressing his own feelings; this rigidness of ancient samurai rather makes the audience feel sorry for the parents and children.
  689. In fact, he was approached and given yokozuna licenses by both Yoshida Tsukasake family and the Gojo family, but he preferred the license awarded by Yoshida Tsukasake family.
  690. In fact, he was not in service at the time of the incident.
  691. In fact, he was the son of Hikoya Shigeyoshi MOTOYAMA who was a feudal retainer of the same domain.
  692. In fact, he was the younger brother of Shinemon Morikata YOSHII.
  693. In fact, he wasn't punished.
  694. In fact, he wrote play scripts full of mistakes such as "Sono hatake watase" for "Sono hata watase", "Madu, kyo wa korekiri" for "Mazu, kyo wa korekiri", and the like.
  695. In fact, his father, Imperial Prince Takahito, had not yet married Hiroko NIJO at that time; he organized an adoption engagement with Hiroko in October 1848.
  696. In fact, his income had decreased year by year, and you can see the process of the Sanjonishi family's economical collapse in the diary.
  697. In fact, however, because barbarians did not adapt themselves to the places they were sent, and had conflicts with and rose against the locals quite often, a petition from Mutsu Province to keep and control barbarians in their original place was created in 811, and was accepted.
  698. In fact, however, both big Sanaburi and Sanaburi at individual homes have been rarely held recently, because the sense of a community has been rapidly disappearing in today's rural communities.
  699. In fact, however, even though Sugen-in was a historically important person in a high position, there are few creditable historical materials which report her personality including her looks and character.
  700. In fact, however, gold coins circulated in eastern Japan, while silver coins circulated in western Japan.
  701. In fact, however, it is believed that Shinsengumi was not involved in the assassination of Ryoma.
  702. In fact, however, the land was not 'given to Yoshimune,' but was, again, captured by him.
  703. In fact, however, the military police director was often also chosen from the Toki clan, a ruling clan in Mino Province, along with these four clans, which therefore needs to be included as a "Shishiki" clan.
  704. In fact, however, there was a case where teaching the Bible at school was discovered by an official of Kyoto Prefecture and Niijima wrote a letter of apology.
  705. In fact, however, these generous activities never made his family so well-off, although his family was said to be wealthy.
  706. In fact, if Mitsusuke AKAMATSU was made to stand down from the shogunate government, the direct rule of shogun could had almost been established.
  707. In fact, if people practiced Katatagae on the first day when Tenichi-jin God moved to that direction, it was considered safe for them to travel in any direction even while Tenchi-jin God stayed in the direction for five days.
  708. In fact, in 1904 the Economics Department was founded as a college department that transcended the definition of Hosei School; accordingly, the next year it was 'Ritsumeikan,' thus signaling the search for concrete changes befitting the new name.
  709. In fact, in the Bunroku-no-eki War he persuaded the feudal lords who had widened battle lines in ignorance of military logistics and let them come together at Hancheng (Seoul).
  710. In fact, in the Izumo region, it is common to eat zenzai for the New Year soup dish called zoni.
  711. In fact, in the Shogun family who were buried in Zojo-ji Temple, only Sugen-in was cremated.
  712. In fact, in the event of Nagayao no hen (Conspiracy of Nagayao), he visited Nagayao's residence as a messenger.
  713. In fact, in the market price at Kobe City rice exchange, the price which had been 34 sen 3 rin (one-hundredth) per 1 sho on July 2 soared to 40 sen 5 rin on August 1 and to 60 sen 8 rin on August 9.
  714. In fact, in the unquiet days in Northern and Southern Dynasties and the Sengoku period, the branch families calling themselves the line of Unno clan or Shigeno clan lived in the vast area from the entire Shinano Province to the western part of Kozuke Province.
  715. In fact, it can be said that the failure of Tsugunosuke KAWAI was not caused by the weapons of the new government army but by the uprising in the territory which made him miss an opportunity to carry out his plan.
  716. In fact, it had been revised by Hakuseki ARAI and as Ietsugu TOKUGAWA died young it continued to be used as it was.
  717. In fact, it has been found that the stratum shows signs of having been a lake in ancient times.
  718. In fact, it is apparent Kukai used the best-quality brushes from his handwriting.
  719. In fact, it is easily presumed that Jitsuzan, living in Hakata, collected these materials when he stopped at Sakai or Kyoto.
  720. In fact, it is known that Irohahime, the eldest daughter of Masamune, was Christian for a period of time in her life.
  721. In fact, it is known that the Fuseya established by Todai-ji Temple had only two sets of bedding and had conditions far from capable of accommodating guests for many days.
  722. In fact, it is known that there are some alternative versions of "Meiroku Zasshi."
  723. In fact, it is said that Nobunaga ODA called himself 'Nobunaga FUJIWARA' for this reason, and he wrote his name 'Nobunaga FUJIWARA' in Atsuta-jingu Shrine in Atsuta Yatsugamura in November, 1549 (from "Kato bunsho").
  724. In fact, it is said that it was traced back to the Inbe clan.
  725. In fact, it is said that some geisha dwellings which have no Maiko are recruiting applicants for Maiko through the Internet.
  726. In fact, it is suspected that the summer, in August, 1155, battle of Okura Warehouse in Musashi Province, in which MINAMOTO no Yoshihira (Yoshitomo's eldest son) destroyed his uncle MINAMOTO no Yoshikata, occurred with the approval and support of Nobuyori, the governor of Musashi.
  727. In fact, it is the god to make earth firm.
  728. In fact, it is thought that not Ryoma but Yonosuke SATO was managed the private school of Kaishu KATSU.
  729. In fact, it was 136 years later that the first surgical operation on an emperor was performed (an abdominal surgery on Emperor Showa).
  730. In fact, it was created after the death of Seimei (there are various theories as to when it came into existence).
  731. In fact, it was during that period that Japan was struggling to form foundations for modern zymurgy.
  732. In fact, it was not until after the mechanism was shifted to that of flintlock when the shooting method of exchanging between the front and the rear was put into practical use, which, some people think, owed much to the improvement in the functions of the flintlock mechanism.
  733. In fact, it was only bows and arrows or archery cavalry soldiers who could possibly resist archery cavalry soldiers.
  734. In fact, it was stated that he was a child god born between the forth grandchild god of Okuninushi no kami, Mikanushihiko no kami and Hinarashibime who was the daughter of Takaokami no Kami by marriage.
  735. In fact, it was taught that the burden on the people increased, while the ruling class, i.e., the noble class, continued living luxuriously and had less to do with the politics.
  736. In fact, it was written as "瞞頭" at first which means to deceive deities to make them believe that is a real human head, pronouncing "mantou" as well.
  737. In fact, it would be more appropriate to say that the influence of the samurai of Taira lineage first covered the Togoku where many imperial princes were appointed to the governors of provinces, and later the Taira clan expanded their sphere of influence to the center (the Imperial court) and to the Saigoku.
  738. In fact, it's fairly common to offer yukata and haku-obi in one set.
  739. In fact, letting ume sit in alcohol without sugar produces liquor that has acquired only the scent.
  740. In fact, little water flows except the area immediately before being merged into the Kamo-gawa River.
  741. In fact, many leading gokenin (retainers) of the Kamakura bakufu were from the zaichokanjin.
  742. In fact, many mokkan were discovered from excavation research of the Fujiwara-kyo (the Fujiwara Palace; the ancient capital of Fujiwara) and Heijo-kyo, and the statements on those mokkan indicated the commodities were mostly paid to the capital as a tax.
  743. In fact, many of the shohei (officers and soldiers) killed in the battle were deployed in the two wings and (some were fudai (hereditary) vassals and others were among the senkatashu (vanguard)).
  744. In fact, many of them are classic examples of the Prince's much-loved Heian Period calligraphy and it is unclear which are Imperial Prince Munetaka's authentic calligraphy.
  745. In fact, many okonomiyaki shops in Kansai generally serve cooked rice or rice balls, calling them 'okonomiyaki teishoku' (set meal with savoury pancake with various ingredients).
  746. In fact, many people do so without knowledge or awareness of being shrine parishners.
  747. In fact, many sauce manufacturers such as OTAFUKU SAUCE Co., Ltd., Sennari Co., Ltd. are rooted as a vinegar brewery and even now they produce both the sauce and vinegar.
  748. In fact, military service was not equally imposed on the people so that, for example, in Tang China, people in Jiangnan were exempted from almost all of their military services, and in Japan, only the people of the Kanto region were required to serve as frontier guards.
  749. In fact, more stories suggest that it is small animals.
  750. In fact, neither new students nor monks were sent together with the envoys at that time.
  751. In fact, no Emperor has ever ascended the throne for this reason alone.
  752. In fact, no portraits of Saigo's face were made.
  753. In fact, on Kohechi, any religious relics cannot be found except for traffic relics such as guideposts and remains of lodgings.
  754. In fact, one of the edges of the statue's tie is still missing.
  755. In fact, only a small amount of mails were handled in Korea at the time.
  756. In fact, only the Imperial Prince could enter the three monzeki of Rinno-ji Temple, Ninna-ko Temple and Daikaku-ji Temple, while children from the sekke could enter the other monzeki.
  757. In fact, part-time workers are in charge of making Nigiri-zushi in many cases, and it is possible to use an industrial robot can form a shape of Nigiri-zushi almost accurately in such process as a substitute.
  758. In fact, quite a lot of people keep their goshuin-cho at a household Shinto alter or a Buddhist alter.
  759. In fact, retired Emperor Gotoba used to rule the cloister government.
  760. In fact, shakuhachi participated in the ensemble from the end of the Edo period, so sankyoku today can be thought of as the general term for Jiuta, Sokyoku, Kokyu-gaku and Shakuhachi-gaku (shakuhachi music), which becomes the name of an inseparable genre in Japanese music.
  761. In fact, she was a daughter of Tadaharu TOTSUKA.
  762. In fact, she was not the grandmother of the emperor, her position was in name only.
  763. In fact, since October of 1966, some Rapid trains running on the inner tracks have been transferred to the outer tracks after both Ashiya and Takatsuki stations changed their configurations enabling to lead trains from outer tracks onto the platform tracks.
  764. In fact, since the Oriental zodiac cycle just repeats itself in cycles of 60 days without associating itself to any calendar, the calculation is very simple.
  765. In fact, since the zuryo was in the position to accumulate an immense amount of wealth, it is said that an endless stream of people ingratiated themselves to the sekkanke (the aristocratic families of regents and advisers), which had a great influence over personnel issues, in order to attain the post of the kokushi.
  766. In fact, some articles were suspended to be published in the middle and others were ended without reaching any conclusion.
  767. In fact, some of them instituted a civil suit in a court in Japan, demanding individual compensation from the Japanese government.
  768. In fact, some people in temples and shrines involved with these scandals, were afraid of Yasutada's return.
  769. In fact, some people of the Nitta clan thought the Ashikaga clan was the head of the samurai families.
  770. In fact, someone who films danjiri-bayashi for broadcast and who watches it perceive the dance as the main attraction of danjiri-bayashi; on the other hand, the people who perform it think that the showy drumstick-work is the feature of danjiri-bayashi.
  771. In fact, such documents were often not written on the date they were supposed to, which means they were forged documents.
  772. In fact, survey began and construction started in some areas but mountainous terrains such as Usui-toge Pass presented more serious challenge than anticipated thereby various setbacks such as work delays, cost overrun and transport capacity restriction after the opening became inevitable.
  773. In fact, tegotomono is thought to be divided into two kinds: the one which originated from kumiuta or choka in jiuta (short intermezzo developed) and the one which added the song parts to the works that were originally pieces of instrumental music.
  774. In fact, the Amenouzume enshrined at Meta-jinja Shrine in Yamato Province has historically been widely worshipped as the Shiso Shin of entertainment.
  775. In fact, the Azai family ran into difficulty due to repeated attacks from the Kyogoku clan and Dosan SAITO in the neighboring province, Mino when they subordinated themselves to the Rokkaku clan.
  776. In fact, the Chinese character 咫 (reads as ata) seen in Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan) was replaced with 尺 (reads as "shaku") in Kojiki (The Records of Ancient Matters), which is exemplified by Yata no kagami (八咫鏡) replaced with 八尺鏡.
  777. In fact, the Hata family's members including HATA no Tarinaga and UZUMASA no Yakamori were conferred a peerage for the success of building Shinto shrines.
  778. In fact, the Heike side didn't intend to hunt down and kill Yoshinaka at this stage, and it was the Kai-Genji (Minamoto clan) who tried to do so.
  779. In fact, the Ikai court rank system still exists after changing its function to one of the systems of awarding honors.
  780. In fact, the Kanchu-keizu was transcribed into the other side of the sheet featuring augury charts, which was used paper in nature (these augury charts are also regarded as a valuable historical document).
  781. In fact, the Kyogoku clan, related to the Sasaki clan (Rokkaku clan), were appointed successors to the Izumo Shugo, but Tsunehisa AMAGO disobeyed Masatsune KYOGOKU and pursued the lord, and by gaining control of Izumo expanded it into a great country spanning 11 provinces.
  782. In fact, the Miyoshi clan were relatives of a notable branch of the Kai Genji clan, the Ogasawara clan, which had served as Awa Shugo in the Kamakura period, but in the Muromachi period they were Shugodai who protected the Awa Shugo, the Hosokawa clan.
  783. In fact, the Nishiyotsutsuji family, from which he came, produced many poets, and also Kiminari NISHIYOTSUTSUJI was a poet of Nijo school (school of the Sanjonishi family), which could be traced back to FUJIWARA no Teika.
  784. In fact, the Senzaki Branch Line was originally a freight branch line of the Mine Line when it came into operation.
  785. In fact, the Seven Conditions which Saigo presented to the Yamaoka on that day were comparable to the opinion documents, which Toshimichi OKUBO submitted to the new government the previous month.
  786. In fact, the Takeda clan was listed in the "Yamanake kafunotoki hanshi kakuroku jinmei" compiled in January 1868.
  787. In fact, the Zebrzydowski's Rebellion described above, was not viewed as an act of treason.
  788. In fact, the ceremonies were held sequentially.
  789. In fact, the design of the Great Buddha Hall reconstructed in the Edo period was not proper so that the hall had been remarkably damaged.
  790. In fact, the episode where Yoshimitsu had Komahime entertain Hidetsugu, who stopped in Yamagata-jo Castle on the way back from the subjugation of Masazane KUNOHE, was probably a fictitious story made up in later ages.
  791. In fact, the famous Masamune ISHIDA sword has numbers of big cuts and dents, which explains it was used in an actual fight.
  792. In fact, the figure of the Tengu of the period was not fixed; most often it would resemble a monk, but some had the figure of a child or a goblin.
  793. In fact, the first six people had been recommended before Yoritomo got onto bad terms with MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune.
  794. In fact, the former emperor, Emperor Gosai used Motohiro KONOE's residence as a temporary Imperial Palace due to the fire in January 1661.
  795. In fact, the government was speculating that the movement would wane in 10 years.
  796. In fact, the head of the Tokugawa head family was simply called 'Ue-sama' (lord) right after the succession.
  797. In fact, the impartiality was their slogan.
  798. In fact, the inspection was blocked by the unequal treaty, which made it impossible to reach an acceptable solution, and Captain John William Drake and all the other British crew members who testified at the trial as follows were acquitted.
  799. In fact, the legal wives of Michifusa (who died young) and Morozane (Kanpaku), who were designated as successors of Yorimichi, were both daughters of Morofusa and Takako, and these two families repeatedly established marital relationships to finally take control of the court government.
  800. In fact, the letter was kept by Yoshiharu HORIO, who received it from Hideyoshi, and is currently in the possession of the Osaka Museum of History as important cultural property (the official letter to Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI from the King of Ming, 綾本墨書 明王贈豊太閤冊封文).
  801. In fact, the longest conveyer belt is 147 meters and the shortest is five meters in Japan.
  802. In fact, the ministerial positions in the KIYOURA cabinet, except for Prime Minister and Army, Navy and Foreign Minister, were dominated by members of Kizokuin (the House of Peers) and therefore the cabinet was a Chozen Naikaku (transcendental cabinet) that remained aloof from party politics.
  803. In fact, the perspectives regarding those recognition, opinion, liberation movements toward this particular discrimination issue varry so much that it is extremely difficult to go beyond the basic grasp of the matter.
  804. In fact, the process from the nincho's manner and Niwabi to yoriai is considered the prelude to torimono (symbolic offerings), and the torimono follows Achime no waza (Manners of Achime).
  805. In fact, the real mothers of the Emperor Gohanazono and the Emperor Gokashiwabara in the Muromachi period came from the Niwata family.
  806. In fact, the real name of Takamori SAIGO was "Takanaga" and "Takamori" was their father's name.
  807. In fact, the rebellion occurred, but Obiko and Hikokunibuku slew Takehaniyasuhiko while Kibitsuhiko no mikoto killed Ata hime to suppress the rebellion.
  808. In fact, the relationship with the university in the management of dormitory keeps certain tension, and they take the spirit of autonomy seriously while negotiating.
  809. In fact, the rhythm may be also changed in Watashimono.
  810. In fact, the second vessel carrying the vice-ambassador NAKATOMI no Nashiro washed ashore on the coast of Fujian Province, and was sent back to Changan.
  811. In fact, the seekers, so-called hijiri or shonin who had left their religious community or temples, and went into the mountain forest or wandered from place to place resumed their own activities; they spread the Jodo sect the most.
  812. In fact, the status as the direct descendant of the Minamoto clan, which was created out of political consideration by Yoritomo who was born into the Minamoto family, and became established, was used politically in the end by the Tokugawa shogun family in order to conquer the country.
  813. In fact, the story is that when this play was first introduced to the West, a French composer Giacomo Meyerbeer tried to compose an opera called "The Blind Emperor."
  814. In fact, the style of the glaves of Shogun's lawful wives had been various before and it is thought that it was defined after the funeral of Teneiin.
  815. In fact, the three Amago brothers were under house arrest for nearly 20 years.
  816. In fact, the trading restrictions imposed by the Jinshin Yakujo became a mere scrap of paper due to the dispatch of gishi.
  817. In fact, the use of the earthen figures had disappeared for a time in the middle of the Jomon period after they were used extensively in the east part of the Kanto region in the first half of the earlier Jomon period.
  818. In fact, the word 'Muko-zuchi,' describes the method by which Tosho (Yokoza, master) and his disciple (Sente, helper) alternately strike the body of the blade with a Tsuchi, and this has become the root of the word 'Aizuchi wo utsu (chiming in).'
  819. In fact, their route conquest almost overlaps regions where a number of large keyhole-shaped tomb mounds were propagated in the fourth century,.
  820. In fact, there are many 'Beppon' with characteristics that are unclear and which simply do not have any evidence to prove that they belong to Aobyoshi-bon or Kawachi-bon.
  821. In fact, there are many other things bearing the name 'Togo.'
  822. In fact, there are not many examples of a genuine silver standard for which silver is the only legal standard currency in history.
  823. In fact, there is a great story about some foreign railway officials who visited Japan; they got a pocket watch from the Japanese station attendants and checked the arrival time of a train, and when they saw the train arrived at the station on time punctual to a second, they said 'Crazy!'
  824. In fact, there is a place called Katsura, in Kyoto.'
  825. In fact, there is a place named "Wada" in Tabatake, Yurihamacho, which is a little distant from Nagouta and visitors can see several broken Gorinto (five-ring towers) in this place.
  826. In fact, there is a possibility to read it to dispatch an envoy to Korea once again after they solved border issue with Russia.
  827. In fact, there is no real evidence of such a conspiracy, but there is a strong probability that Masakado and Sumitomo were pushed to military action while trying to improve their social status.
  828. In fact, there is only one such scene in the main story of all the episodes.
  829. In fact, there is some speculation that what became a nominal qualification for the imperial recommendation for appointment to Seii Taishogun was that Nobunaga wiped out the Takeda clan, who were eastern Japan Daimyo, and effectively made the Hojo clan of Kanto subservient.
  830. In fact, there was a provision in the code for samurai established by the bakufu (known as "Goseibai Shikimoku") that land stewards who failed to collect taxes for manorial lords should be dismissed.
  831. In fact, there was a record saying that many members of the Iljinhoe felt 'Japan deceived us' when they found out about Korean annexation by Japan.
  832. In fact, there was a rumor that JR West seriously considered changing the train name because the operation began immediately after the accident of sodium leakage from the Monju reactor.
  833. In fact, there was no rule to prohibit village officers to assume more than one post under the different feudal lords, and therefore, one person was able to hold the post of nanushi in different territories.
  834. In fact, there were examples all over of Shugodai becoming feudal daimyo, such as the Nagao clan of Echigo Province, the Asakura clan of Echizen Province, the Oda clan of Owari Province, the Miyoshi clan of Awa Province, the Uragami clan of Bizen Province, and the Amago clan of Izumo Province.
  835. In fact, there were others such as Sakichi SAKURAI and Heisukekazumitsu ISHIKAWA who also received citations and were awarded thousands of koku of stipends.
  836. In fact, there were several movements toward revival of the Ritsuryo system, such as the Kenmu Restoration of Emperor Godaigo.
  837. In fact, these adoptions caused no problems because the recruitment authorities had no intention to reject commoners.
  838. In fact, these official costumes and masks (especially Betsu-shozoku costumes, and costumes for Dobu Dance above all) are very expensive, so the shrines, temples and groups that can afford to buy them are limited to large temples and shrines, or to groups that are financially prosperous.
  839. In fact, these two are a husband and his wife, and Sangoro is Sentaro, a son of a person related to the Enya family, who has been disowned due to a reason.
  840. In fact, they didn't call themselves Hanshi during the Edo period.
  841. In fact, they often take the form of the compound.
  842. In fact, this cannot be denied; in case that the Female-line Emperor is approved, dynasty changes one after another, prescribed earlier in accordance with the principle; dynasty change in male-line succession, and the relationship with present imperial household is getting thinner year by year.
  843. In fact, this has actually happened from time to time, since chestnuts, rice cakes, and mountain plants were often buried and cooked in coals of the Irori fireplace.
  844. In fact, this is the reason why "Hatsubi-Sanpo" sought to produce an equation instead of a numerical answer.
  845. In fact, this was a false truce offer plotted by Katsuie, who feared being locked up in his territory in Hokuriku by heavy snows once winter came.
  846. In fact, this year Yoshiki was conferred Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and appointed to Samanokami (minister of the Horse Office of the Left).
  847. In fact, those shields were placed by ARATAO no Akamaro and IMIBE no Kobito before the battle at Mt. Nara, and the real force for guarding the city was very poor and undermanned.
  848. In fact, throughout the Edo Period, brewing of sake was a risky business facing always with possibility of decaying its products, and, therefore, it may be reasonable to consider that shochu spirit was added to sake wine in order to increase its proof and prevent its corruption.
  849. In fact, to let souls and spirits get into water and to let them get into human body are the techniques of Musuhi.'
  850. In fact, travel agents for ryokan often fix the meal menu, losing customers who turn to hotels with varied menus, or minshuku which have a lot of control in selecting the foods they purchase.
  851. In fact, type 103 cars were already running at that time on the Joban Line (currently the Joban Rapid Line) and the Hanwa Line Rapid where distances between stations are long and high-speed performance is required.
  852. In fact, under Retired Emperor Gouda's rule, Godaigo took over the throne in 1318 by the offer from Gouda.
  853. In fact, until then, it was the Ko clan, a retainer, which had served the Ashikaga clan as Shitsuji for generations.
  854. In fact, up to December 23 which was the 11th day after the onset of symptoms, the condition was improved as they anticipated, which they called it 'gojunsho' (the condition shows the patient is in the process of recovery).
  855. In fact, various dramas can enter this section. (miscellaneous Noh)
  856. In fact, various techniques have been developed in Japan.
  857. In fact, when Harumichi YANO (a scholar), who had been captured by Kanryusai TAKEDA (a member of Shinsengumi) in July 4, 1865, was released on July 8 and put under house arrest in Kyukogo, his boarding house, WADO visited Kanryusai to keep tabs on him.
  858. In fact, when Kinnobu SAIONJI stayed in Higo province, he got a daughter, who was named Yasuhime.
  859. In fact, when Masamichi KOBORI was Fushimi Bugyo, an incident called the Fushimi Riot occurred, and Masamichi's Omi Komuro Domain came under feud suppression.
  860. In fact, when she had been ill in bed in the past, she had mistakenly swallowed the bead of soul with water.
  861. In fact, when the Kyogoku family was transferred to the Izumo Matsue domain in 1634 after Jokoin's death, Joko-ji Temple remained in Wakasa.
  862. In fact, when the cloistered government developed full-scale, there was no need to have an official Crown Prince.
  863. In fact, while Toshiie was still alive, when a disturbance broke out in which territorial lords gathered in the Toshiie's residence and the Ieyasu's residence for the issue about the relation by marriage, although Kiyomasa was the very person who made the issue, he attended the Toshiie's residence.
  864. In fact,the edict for the transfer of the capital to Fukuhara was not issued, and rites and festivals were conducted in Kyoto even while Angu was set up in Fukuhara,and after the capital transfer plan came to a sudden stop, the policy of setting the capital in Kyoto was decided by the chief executives of the government.
  865. In factories for precision machinery or for semiconductors, the intrusion of minute particles included in kosa may cause damage that generates defective products.
  866. In failing to do so, they may not be able to change surplus money back into their own currencies when they leave the countries.
  867. In faith whereof, the Undersigned duly authorized by their Governments have signed this Agreement and affixed their seals.
  868. In fall of 1868, he met a disaster that a ronin broke into the house for robbery, and stabbed his foster father to death, while he had a hairbreadth escape by hiding in a closet.
  869. In fall of the same year, MINAMOTO no Yoshiie came down to the province to fill the position of Mutsu no kami (the governor of Mutsu Province), then Sanehira gave Yoshiie a warm reception for three days called Mikkakuriya in the Kokufu (ancient provincial capital).
  870. In fall, 1890, he moved his residence to Otowa-machi, Koishikawa Ward (present day Otowa, Bunkyo Ward, Tokyo)
  871. In farm villages, people started hoeing paddy fields and making rice-straw ropes, performed a rite for tanokami (deity of rice fields and harvests), offering rice or mochi (rice cake).
  872. In fashion magazines or books related to beauty treatment for children, a large proportion of girl models aged three to thirteen wear makeup, especially when they are modelling for wafuku (Japanese traditional clothes).
  873. In fear of Mototsune's power, hakase etc. submitted the same view as Sukeyo.
  874. In female cases it also included killing their husband and his parent(s).
  875. In fiction, Jin MIKURIYA appears in "Kannagi," manga created by Eri TAKENASHI, and (although not being intentional) also in "893 ways of becoming a detective," a comic book by Takemaru ABIKO.
  876. In fiction, Kukurihime is often depicted as a mysterious being because little is known about her.
  877. In fiction, the script is written for female servants to run around inside Kira's residence trying to escape when the raid occurred, however, in reality, his wife Tomiko had already left Kira's residence and thus her servants were not present either.
  878. In field: Clay paved; out field: Natural grass
  879. In fields of history and others, there are some cases of mentioning Tenno or Mikado, to express Tenno as the being peculiar to Japan.
  880. In fields such as noh theater, iemoto is customarily referred to as 'soke' and the word 'iemoto' may not be used.
  881. In fighting from April to May 1183, the Hokuriku expeditionary force under the command of TAIRA no Koremori was defeated by MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka.
  882. In fine art, Rinpa school by Korin OGATA and others, and Tosa school played active roles, and Ninsei NONOMURA, Koetsu HONAMI and others developed ceramic art.
  883. In first place, since an invitation card to the Seijin-shiki ceremony is often sent based on the resident register, an invitation card to the Seijin-shiki ceremony held in a home area may not arrive.
  884. In fiscal Heisei 19, KIT ranked the first of all national colleges at the number of successful candidates who took the test of the first-class registered architect.
  885. In fiscal year 1955, at its peak, as many as 170,000 people annually visited these places by riding the train.
  886. In fiscal year 2003, UA one-step buses were introduced for two consecutive years, using bodies manufactured by Nishinippon Shatai Kogyo for the first time in 30 years since the last bus was discarded in March 1974 because, as mentioned above, Fuji Heavy Industries had ceased the manufacture of bus bodies.
  887. In fiscal year 2004, the company ended with a deficit of approximately 19,250,000,000 (19 billion 250 million) yen.
  888. In fiscal year 2005, a Blue Ribbon City one-step and two ERGA LV vehicles were introduced as usual, and additionally three UA one-step models using bodies manufactured by Nishinippon Shatai Kogyo were introduced at one-year intervals since fiscal 2003.
  889. In fiscal year 2005, the daily number of passengers using this station was 47,104 (including those using the through-service to the Kintetsu Kyoto Line).
  890. In fiscal year 2005, the daily usage figure was 202.
  891. In fiscal year 2006 the average daily number of boarders at this station was 121.
  892. In fiscal year 2006, each day approximately 4,904 people boarded at this station.
  893. In fiscal year 2006, limited express and express trains were operated between Yodoyabashi Station and Demachiyanagi Station, and local trains were operated between Yodoyabashi Station and Sanjo Station.
  894. In fiscal year 2006, the average daily number of passengers who boarded at this station was 88.
  895. In fiscal year 2006, the average daily number of persons getting on board at this station was 14.
  896. In fiscal year 2006, the average daily number of persons getting on board at this station was 52.
  897. In fiscal year 2006, the average daily number of persons who boarded at this station was 123.
  898. In fiscal year 2006, the average daily number of persons who boarded at this station was 27.
  899. In fiscal year 2006, the average daily number of persons who boarded trains at this station was 356.
  900. In fiscal year 2006, the number of passengers who used the station was about 1,255 a day.
  901. In fiscal year 2006, the number of passengers who used the station was about 340 a day.
  902. In fiscal year 2006, the number of passengers who used the station was about 400 a day.
  903. In fiscal year 2006, the number of persons getting on board at this station each day was approximately 6,063.
  904. In fiscal year 2007, express and local trains (both running between Yodoyabashi Station and Demachiyanagi Station) will be operated every 15 to 20 minutes, and the operation of local trains will be extended to Demachiyanagi Station, although that of express trains will be reduced in number.
  905. In fishing villages of southern Italy, freshwater prawns are eaten raw marinated in vinegar or lemon juice, olive oil and so forth in what is said to be a typical French method of food preparation.
  906. In fishing villages, people worshiped the guardian deity of a ship, starting seafaring.
  907. In five centuries during the Kofun period, there were many disputes due to Imperial succession according to the record of Nihon Shoki (Chronicles of Japan).
  908. In flowers, the cherry tree; in men, the samurai; in trees, the cypress; in fish, the sea bream; in kimono, the maple-leaf pattern; in flowers, Miyoshino (the cherry tree of the Yoshino district of Nara Prefecture).
  909. In folk beliefs, Raijin is often called as 'Kaminari-sama' fearfully and endearingly.
  910. In folk tales and local religions it symbolizes something bad, frightening or strong.
  911. In folklore and cultural anthropology, 'hare and ke' mean the following.
  912. In folklore, Azuminoisora (Isotakera) is a son of Toyotamahime no mikoto, and a theory states that Azuminoisora is the same deity as Ugayafukiaezu no mikoto that is also called Hikonagisatake (because both "iso" and "nagi" in these name indicate the seashore).
  913. In folklore, is shaman symbolizes a heretic who has eagerly awaited the coming of the Messiah, and in Christian art a shaman would often be depicted as carrying a book.
  914. In folklores, a lantern ghost is more often described as a strange flame of okurichochin (flame of lantern that leads people to strange places) and of other lanterns rather than a vessel.
  915. In following part, descriptions of article about Japanese sake is reprinted as general expressions for temperatures.
  916. In following year, he resigned from Naidaijin as well.
  917. In foreign affairs, he strengthened the trade control and crackdown on Christians with the aim of monopolizing trade profits in Nagasaki, and through the Shimabara Rebellion in 1637, he established the national isolation policy until 1641.
  918. In foreign countries, kamikiri is regarded as an unique performance, so it is also called "paper cutting craft."
  919. In foreign policy, he revised the decree issued in Ogosho period which ordered expelling foreign vessels, newly issued the decree that permitted providing foreign vessels with fuel and water in order to avoid an unnecessary war, and tried to build national defense by having Egawa and Shuhan TAKASHIMA introduce Western artillery.
  920. In former times only the authorized foreign exchange banks were allowed to handle foreign exchange and foreign money exchange in Japan.
  921. In former times the controversy over the completion of the text was divided into three: before, during, or after the composition of "Kokin Wakashu" (A Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry) and "Gosen Wakashu" (A Later Selected Collection of Japanese Poetry).
  922. In former times the shakuhachi was fashioned from a single piece of bamboo (referred to as a "nobekan"); however, at present the most widely used type of shakuhachi is made by cutting the length of bamboo into upper and lower halves, and providing a joint between the two halves.
  923. In former times they were given imperial cigarettes, now replaced by sweets.
  924. In formerly socialist countries, mausoleums were often created to preserve the bodies of the founders of their countries, with the way they looked when they were alive.
  925. In four hanging scrolls.
  926. In four prefectures in Shikoku, mostly Kansaifu-okonomiyaki, that is, mazeyaki, is mainstream.
  927. In four-frame comics, each of the four frames forming a vertical line represents kishotenketsu (the structure and development of Chinese and Japanese narratives), and it is a basic style to have ochi in the fourth frame.
  928. In frigid regions, it was discovered accidentally regardless of the place, and therefore it seemed to be a universally manufactured food.
  929. In front of Arashiyama Station (Hankyu Railway)
  930. In front of Ginkaku-ji Temple is a tourist spot, and mansions with big gardens line Nanzen-ji Temple, but on the way, there is a mountain-foot residential area.
  931. In front of Hamamatsu Station, Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Prefecture
  932. In front of Hyogo Station in Kobe 'Yose Palace Theater' opened and in Shinkaichi 'Kobe Shochikuza Theater' opened.
  933. In front of Kamikatsura Station
  934. In front of Katamori MATSUDAIRA, the Kyoto shugoshoku (Military governor of Kyoto), he showed swordsmanship match with Goro Hirayama.
  935. In front of Matsuo-taisha Shrine
  936. In front of Ogura Station
  937. In front of Saga Shaka-do
  938. In front of Saga Torokko Station, which is the start of the Torokko tram on the Kyoto side, there is the 19th CENTURY HALL in which science, technology, and art of the 19th century are on display, and which is also managed by Sagano Scenic Railway.
  939. In front of Seigetsu's grave
  940. In front of Shinran-do hall, a bronze statue of Shinran in backing to Mt. Hiei from his confinement, is placed.
  941. In front of Tadayuki, a octagonal box was placed, and he accurately told 'there is a juzu (rosary) of crystal beads linked together with a vermilion string.'
  942. In front of Tsurumi Tokyo-Gas Office Building, Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture
  943. In front of Uzumasa-koryuji Station on the Arashiyama Main Line of the Keifuku Electric Railroad
  944. In front of Yamato Takeru no Mikoto, who had gone to confront the deity of Ibuki with his bare hands, a big white boar appeared.
  945. In front of Yamazaki Station (Kyoto Prefecture) on the JR Tokaido Main Line (JR Kyoto Line)
  946. In front of a gate at the Yoshida branch school (campus of the Faculty of Integrated Human Studies), a signboard, whose size was three meters long and two meters wide, stating "Our pleas to the Emperor" was put up.
  947. In front of an Inari-jinja Shrine, the statue of foxes, instead of Komainu (guardian lion-dogs at a Shinto shrine), are usually placed, that have jewels in their mouths.
  948. In front of stations, those with vested rights since the time of disorder after the war continued to do business, but they are disappearing as they are removed during renovation when the buildings are rebuilt.
  949. In front of the City Hall, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture
  950. In front of the Saiho-ji Temple's gate there was a chozubachi (a water basin used to rinse the hands or as a decorative element in gardens) made of granite, whose height was two shaku (60.6 cm) and more, width was three shaku (about 90.9 cm), and length was seven shaku (212.1 cm).
  951. In front of the Takamatsu Branch of the Hyakujushi Bank Limited [in Marugamemachi Shopping Street], Takamatsu City, Kagawa Prefecture
  952. In front of the current station building, a JNR Type Yo 8000 freight car is being preserved as it was, and the wheels of JR SHINKANSEN Super Express Series 0 and JNR steam locomotive D51 class (which were in fact in use in the past) are preserved for display.
  953. In front of the entrance gate of Kintetsu Nara Station stands a Gyoki statue made of red Akahadayaki pottery, providing a popular meeting spot in the Nara City.
  954. In front of the former Hassam House in Sorakuen Park, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture
  955. In front of the gate of Taga-myojin Shrine, a tool merchant Yohei and his wife Okame are in trouble and are helped by Magoshichi, a Toiya-ninsoku (laborer for administration officers of inn town).
  956. In front of the house, they carry out the following alternate performance.
  957. In front of the main entrance of the Hirosaki Culture Center, near the east gate of Hirosaki-jo Castle, there is a bronze statue of Tamenobu TSUGARU.
  958. In front of the main gate there is a monument inscribed with 'The monument for the fallen soldiers of the eastern forces in the Boshin War,' and on the grounds there is a monument inscribed with 'The graveyard for the fallen soldiers of the eastern forces in the Boshin War.'
  959. In front of the prefectural office, she tied her legs together with a towel to avoid appearing ugly after the suicide, and committed suicide by cutting her throat and chest deeply with a razor.
  960. In front of the right side of the Kaminari-mon Gate of the Shodenin and the Shoraku-ji Temple, there is the Mausoleum of Koma Oh, which is believed to be Jakko's grave, and Jakko's bronze statue stands on the left side of the main hall of Shodenin.
  961. In front of the shrine office in the precinct, there is a monument engraved with a waka poem composed by spouses Tekkan YOSANO and Akiko YOSANO when they visited the shrine.
  962. In front of the station is a commercial area called 'RACTO Yamashina' (in which Daimaru and other businesses are found), which was built as part of the redevelopment around the station.
  963. In front of the station is a statue of Tengu (the braggart), while in the station are the top part and the driving wheel of the Dena Type 21 car, which was operated by Eizan Electric Railway and traveled on this line for many years.
  964. In front of the statue of Akasagarbha Bodhisattva, which stands northwest of Sairen-ji Temple in 5 Chome, Chuo, Yonezawa City, there is a three-story stone pagoda 4.2 meters tall with the name "NASU no Yoichi" imprinted on it.
  965. In front of this (the east side) lies "Hi no Omashi," an area of two tatamis.
  966. In fulfilling his duties, he served to establish a domain administration by renovating and expanding the castle and castle town.
  967. In full-fledged performances in theaters or on stage, fue (Nohkan flutes, shinobue), kotsuzumi (shoulder drums), otsuzumi (hip drums) and shime-daiko drums are often played in addition to shamisen.
  968. In functional terms, this can be said to be the origin of akari shoji.
  969. In further more recent years, during the Edo Period, this waka was sung among common people in general at parties as a song for celebration.
  970. In future generations, he was called Echigo no Tora (Tiger of Echigo Province) or Echigo no Ryu (Dragon of Echigo Province.)
  971. In gagaku, Sho (Japanese flute), Ryuteki flute, and the Hichiriki flute are collectively called Sankan or three Instruments.
  972. In gambling and related activities, shugi refers to increasing the returns to make it more exciting, or to money given to congratulate a making a difficult hand.
  973. In general '天地の公道 (the just laws of Nature) ' (宇内の通義 (Udai no Tsugi) ' in the first draft of Kido is interpreted as a way of human based on the workings of the universe.
  974. In general a daimyo with an income of less than 30,000 goku and didn't have a castle owned a jinya.
  975. In general and through out history a kingdoms subjects maintained the concept that all men were barred from a 'Kokyu Palace'; yet, that image was not applied in all Japanese Kokyu palace situations.
  976. In general case such as at okonomiyaki shops, plates are only washed, but at stake houses, plates are polished with abrasive once a day.
  977. In general it is used for a scene change which is made in a short time.
  978. In general it takes about two hours to go down the mountain.
  979. In general kyudo competitions which use kasumi-mato or hoshi-mato, 'atari' (hit) and 'hazure' (miss) are the only decisions, no matter which area of the mato an arrow hits on (refer to the section of Competition in Kyudo for further details).
  980. In general red bean paste is used and sometimes white bean paste.
  981. In general scripture, it is written that the translator was "Sogi Tenjiku Sanzo Kosogai."
  982. In general usage, the land appurtenant to South Manchuria Railways, Manchuria, and the lands occupied by Japanese during the Pacific War were included in Gaichi as well as Korea, Taiwan, the Kwantung Leased Territory, and the South Sea Islands.
  983. In general view of Japanese Imperial succession, there have been some Empresses, however, they all succeeded to the throne temporarily.
  984. In general, 'danjiri' refers to the nationally famous one in Kishiwada City in Senshu Region (former Izumi Province. Southwestern Osaka Prefecture).
  985. In general, 23 boroughs are treated as "inside Tokyo," and the other local authorities are distinguished as "suburban Tokyo."
  986. In general, Hisamasa is often regarded as a foolish family head, who was not able to anticipate the currents of the times.
  987. In general, Insei period culture was significantly characterized by the tendency for cultural interests of court nobles to be shifted from life in Kyoto to local regions, common people, past (history), and the eruption of samurai and popular culture.
  988. In general, Japanese people think that a modest attitude of keeping down self-assertiveness is a virtue, and have a concept of 'harmony' of trying to avoid conflict with surrounding people, and therefore, Japanese people have customs and etiquette in human relationships which are unique and are not owned by other races.
  989. In general, Japanese scholars of the Chinese classics and the Confucianism during the Edo period vaguely understood that the monetary system and the feudal system were hardly compatible, though not contradictory, and that it was difficult for the money economy to return to the object economy.
  990. In general, Matoi has a head which shows its brigade on the top and tassel decoration which was referred to as "baren."
  991. In general, Norito are chanted by Shinto priests in a special intonation, and Norito are characterized by their unique writing style, diction, and fonts.
  992. In general, Shinchoku refers to following three shinchoku (Three Great Shinchoku) that were given by Amaterasu Omikami (the Sun Goddess) to her grandson Ninigi (God of the Harvest) in the passage of Tensonkorin (the descent of the Sun-Goddess's grandson) recorded in "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan).
  993. In general, Shingen TAKEDA's image is strongly associated with Fu-Rin-Ka-Zan, and many works have been created using Fu-Rin-Ka-Zan in his image.
  994. In general, Shinto shrines do not own a graveyard.
  995. In general, Tanuki Udon refers to Udon noodles topped with Tenkasu.
  996. In general, Tsukasa had the letter 司 added to its name like '- 司' but Uchinohyogo usually did not have that letter.
  997. In general, Yoshimoto is well known as a general defeated by Nobunaga ODA in the Battle of Okehazama, and he is considered to have been an imbecile as a Sengoku daimyo, judging from anecdotes about his personality, who preferred to be carried on a palanquin and was influenced by court noble culture.
  998. In general, a fukusa is a piece of square cloth of crepe or silk smaller than a furoshiki and used to wrap smaller things than a furoshiki.
  999. In general, a gold standard system included both gold specie standard and gold bullion standard system.
  1000. In general, a shift from Buddha to Shinto deities of Izumo (the heartland of Japanese mythology) took place in a systematic way.

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