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  1. In most cases, a complete set of tableware is served together with foods, so that you may be able to confirm whether or not chopsticks are to be used.
  2. In most cases, a drummer and a caller (both on a tower) and dancers conventionally wear yukata (a Japanese summer kimono), but it's okay for general participants to wear ordinary clothes.
  3. In most cases, a folk song for the dance is used as the accompaniment in the Bon festival dance.
  4. In most cases, a style is based on kuse or Maiguse in Noh (a long segment, the aural highlight of a Noh play), segments subject to it, Kiri (the concluding segment of a Noh play which combines chant and dance) and danmono (the most important type of the koto solo instrumental music.)
  5. In most cases, ashibatobi, as a member of the company organization, has a contract for scaffold rental, erection and disassembly on construction sites.
  6. In most cases, beef for sukiyaki is sliced thicker than that for shabu-shabu (a dish of thinly sliced beef boiled with vegetables,) which is sliced so thinly that it can be eaten after being dipped only once in boiling water.
  7. In most cases, chigo are chosen from boys, and usually one to three at most can be chigo.
  8. In most cases, dotaku were excavated at a foot of a hill or a bit lower area than the top of it outside of a village and found laid down sideways in a relatively shallow hole with several tens of centimeters in depth (there are two cases of upside down burying).
  9. In most cases, executives or counselors of the Shrine Agency with jurisdiction over the shrine are appointed to the position.
  10. In most cases, experts help the people wear makeup so that the final conditions are sophisticated and beautiful.
  11. In most cases, however, the kadomatsu is placed outside after December 25 because people today celebrate events such as Christmas.
  12. In most cases, ikki locally ensured equal treatment for all members within a democratic council system, as symbolized in ikki keijo (ikki deed) which is represented by the "renpanjo" hansei.
  13. In most cases, it disappears in line with the maturity of sake.
  14. In most cases, it is flavored with ketchup.
  15. In most cases, it was eaten after being soaked in soy sauce or soy-based sauce In order to preserve the food as well as to kill harmful bacteria.
  16. In most cases, it's forbidden to bring magazines and newspapers into the sauna bath, in consideration of users' safety.
  17. In most cases, kido were closed at night for security reasons.
  18. In most cases, mitsuba (Japanese honewort) is added to the soup as condiments.
  19. In most cases, obi are removed and thrown away; but obi collectors value obi so high that there are some shoplifters only steel obi in the second-hand bookstores.
  20. In most cases, one was selected and appointed among Benkan (officials of the dajokan), and was called 'Tono Ben,' and the other was selected and appointed among Konoe no chujo (middle captain of the palace guards), and was called 'Tono Chujo.'
  21. In most cases, only Ha or Kyu is played.
  22. In most cases, people grip the edge of the chabudai with each hand from below and throw it straight up into the air.
  23. In most cases, people simply visit a single Shinto shrine just once at around midnight, but a type of ninen mairi also exists in which the person visits the shrine once on New Year's Eve and returns home temporarily, then visits the shrine again once New Year's Day dawns.
  24. In most cases, resistance to blast, sheath blight disease and rice stem maggot is of an average level, and it's weak against bacterial blight of rice (leaf blotch).
  25. In most cases, sake is distributed after its alcohol content is lowered down to 14-16 percent based on the individual quality of sake.
  26. In most cases, she is enshrined along with Okuninushi.
  27. In most cases, somen is not only offered to sorei (ancestral spirit, collective of ancestral spirits which have lost their individualities, ancestor deified as a kami, spirit of a kami) and Shinto and Buddhist deities, but also served to relatives by blood and marriage who gathered for the event.
  28. In most cases, strong, small and thick Japanese paper was used for han bills to make them easy to carry and durable.
  29. In most cases, sun drying is the basic method to produce dried fish and in recent years rotating drying racks for hanging fish, to keep insects away, and to accelerate the drying process, have become available.
  30. In most cases, the ceremonial hand-clapping is done when the seller receives the 'Goshugi.'
  31. In most cases, the model has been handed down orally.
  32. In most cases, the price rises in the order starting from the price-leading breweries.
  33. In most cases, the tabo (the back part of the Japanese hairstyle protruding backward) was bulged at the bottom, which was called Fukuroduke.
  34. In most cases, these Ji-zamurai returned to the position of farmers due to the separation policy of samurai and farmers such as the sword hunt during the Azuchi Momoyama period and took the leaders' position of the villages such as Shoya, Nanushi, Kimoiri, and Banto.
  35. In most cases, this method is used to forcibly end the story.
  36. In most cases, this was a means to get rid of male chicks, which have a low commercial value for poultry farms.
  37. In most cases, when someone is said to have a 'good/bad aisho' with another person, it expresses the result of an already established relationship.
  38. In most cases, worship takes place by clapping hands at the front of haiden; in some cases, such as for purification ceremonies, people may enter the haiden building.
  39. In most cases, zaike-yaku was imposed in the form of bueki, or in the form of the tax on crops grown in fields, such as mulberry, Boehmeria nipononivea (a fiber material for clothing), silk, and lacquer.
  40. In most districts, meteorological agency announces tsuyuiri and tsuyuake.
  41. In most groups, they advocate neutrality and the principle of "one party for one person" and did not place restrictions on party debate.
  42. In most of sushi of this type, wasabi (Japanese horseradish), shoga (ginger) or oboro (chopped, cooked and pressed fish or shellfish formed into a solid that is flavored and colored; primarily sold as imitation crab) is inserted between a topping and vinegared rice, or is placed on the topping.
  43. In most of the dishes where food is roasted, it is sprinkled with salt after being pre-treated and roasted over a charcoal fire
  44. In most of the letters written by Ryoma to Otose, Ryoma described some personal requests or his frustrations associated with his work to Otose.
  45. In most of the medium-length pieces, at least one tuning change occurs.
  46. In most rituals, however, the fixed offerings are served and therefore are not not considered to be naorai.
  47. In most sake breweries, there is a special room called "kojimuro" (literally, chamber for koji) where koji production is carried out.
  48. In most shikomiba today, tanks for three-stage preparation equipped with a temperature sensor, stand one after another.
  49. In most shops, the cook asks customers if they want garlic or not when ordering.
  50. In most shukubo, its chief priest lectures to the people who have lodged as a morning religious service, but in most places it takes the form of voluntary participation.
  51. In most situations in Japan, a number of dishes are served at one time in front of a guest.
  52. In most situations, dishes are arranged to make a guest enjoy tasting each dish in turn to the utmost extent.
  53. In most small domains, there was no Toshiyori post following Karo.
  54. In most tsuchi-ikki, they appealed to the government to enforce tokusei (which literally means "virtuous rule," representing cancellations of debts in this case).
  55. In most types of nama furikake, sea products are used such as dried whitebait, seaweed, kelp, and fish soboro.
  56. In mountain areas far from the sea, freshwater fish such as ayu (sweetfish) and iwana (char), and shiosake (salted salmon), which is suitable for distribution, are used for yakizakana, while in areas where coastal fishing is active, inshore fish such as mebaru (black rockfish) and bera or kyusen (wrasse) are used.
  57. In mountain castles built in the medieval period, a very steep approach was instead constructed before the Koguchi to slow the enemy's advance.
  58. In mountain villages, people worshiped the god of the mountain, starting cutting trees.
  59. In mountains surrounding me, time has come for flowers to bloom, hagi (bush clover) is also in full bloom, spreading into Musashi Province
  60. In movies, TV series, and theatrical performances, Ako Roshi wears a matching haori (Japanese half-coat) with Yamaga design on underneath, and Kuranosuke bangs the Yamaga style jin-daiko (a battle drum used to order troop movements) in heavy snow.
  61. In much the same way as numbers are `retired` in professional baseball, the eliminating a certain number from a sequence in itself has significance.
  62. In music, koto (a long Japanese zither with thirteen strings) music of Ikuta-ryu School, Jiuta (a genre of traditional songs with shamisen accompaniment) of Nogawa School, Shin-joruri (new ballad drama) such as Gidayu-bushi (musical narrative of the puppet theatre) and Icchu-bushi melody, and Nagauta (long epic song with shamisen accompaniment) appeared.
  63. In musical instrument classification, it belongs to the group of wooden percussion idiophones, consisting of two similar components struck together.
  64. In my hometown, spring is just around the corner as a haze hangs over the field in Mikaki.
  65. In mysticism of the Medieval Period of Europe, many goods with lies spread, which were created by merchants and thought to be accepted, for example, "Unicorne" (fangs of unicorns) circulated as antidotes, related to a legend of unicorns.
  66. In naijin (the inner sanctuary of the temple), there is an enormous zushi (a cupboard-like case with double doors in which an image of (the) Buddha, a sutra, or some other revered object is kept at a temple) where the principle image Nyoirin Kannon is enshrined.
  67. In naked festivals of ablution type, participants often pour icy water over their heads or go into the river or sea in the middle of winter.
  68. In naked festivals of ablution type, participants often pour icy water over their heads or go into the river or sea in the middle of winter. In some derived forms of these festivals, people splash one another hot spring water, mud, amazake (sweet alcoholic drink) or festive red rice.
  69. In nations other than Japan, bullet trains or super expresses are used for indicating Shinkansen, with Shinkansen itself also used in some nations.
  70. In nature, Sadanobu's reforms were the complete denial of the Tanuma period.
  71. In navy, swords were more ceremonial, and the tachi-style army sword ordained in 1937 employed scabbards with a black-lacquered or scraped shark skin finish.
  72. In nearby Asada Domain, a reform was conducted by Takaoki ISHIDA (Koemon DAIKONYA), the vassal of Nishi Hongan-ji Temple, and as a result their han bills were managed and circulated properly by peasants.
  73. In nearly all sections other than the Kyoto - Sonobe section, one-man-operated trains are adopted for rapid trains and those that stop at every station.
  74. In nenbutsu, there is a method of contemplation where the mind is suspended to see things more correctly called 'gojoshinkan' (five approaches to meditation) wherein 'Nenbutsukan' (observation of mindfulness of the Buddha) is included.
  75. In new religious organizations in modern times and the present day, a person who reveals the true form of god and ghosts that possess people or judges their remarks of right and wrong, is called saniwa.
  76. In next 834, he incorporated Tane no kuni into Oosumi Province.
  77. In ninth century, the Ritsuryo system gradually detached itself from the actual social situation and governmental administrations reign over the locals became more difficult.
  78. In no Cho
  79. In no Kinshin (the retired Emperor's courtier)
  80. In no Kinshin refers to the close associates or the group of close associates of Chiten no kimi (the retired emperor in power) who carried out Insei (rule by the retired emperor.)
  81. In no betto: the highest officer of inshi
  82. In no cho (Retired Emperor's Office)
  83. In no cho kudashibumi
  84. In no cho kudashibumi were the documents issued by Incho (Retired Emperor's Office) during the Insei (government by cloistered emperor) during the Heian period.
  85. In no cho of Insei
  86. In no cho of Nyoin
  87. In no cho was the direct political institution of Daijo Tenno (the Retired Emperor) who took the reins of Insei (a cloister government) or the institution that handled shomusata (trial dealing with land-related issues) and zatsumusata (trial dealing with civil affairs) of Nyoin (woman bestowed with the title "in") in Japanese ancient and medieval period.
  88. In no kinshin were not exactly constituent members of In no cho, but from the standpoint that they took part in political decision-making, they can be said to have created broad In no cho.
  89. In nodate (open-air tea ceremony), it is usually carried in a teiran (basket for tea set) along with other tea utensils.
  90. In normal homes, issha zukuri or sansha zukuri miyagata are commonly used.
  91. In north Kanto, there is a kind of okonomiyaki called Gyoda no furai (Gyoda's fry).
  92. In north Kyushu, the Oribe style is being passed on (by the Ishibashi family) and is a valuable tradition.
  93. In north Sung Dynasty the following four capitals were placed.
  94. In not a few communities in mountainous areas, episodes related to ochudo of the Taira family have been handed down for generations and still remain.
  95. In novels and dramas, she is often depicted as a woman of beauty and great pride but hysterical and jealous character by analogy with the above-mentioned reputation and the relation between her husband Hidetada.
  96. In novels, origins of the documents are often falsified.
  97. In novels, the sword owned by Soji OKITA is depicted as being a 'Kikuichimonji Norimune' (swords made at the beginning of the thirteenth century).
  98. In novels, the term "miko" refers to the priests of Western religions.
  99. In numbers exceeding medium length there are frequent key changes.
  100. In numerous believes in Korean Temple, the importance of Buddhism and Sainokami differs depending on each temple.
  101. In obedience to the command of Emperor Goenyu, he became a personal manager 'Soroku' of Tosho, and later lived in Sojiji Temple again.
  102. In occupations such as employees in restaurants, department stores, hotels, Japanese-style inns, cabin attendants, race queens, and campaign girls, women are often required to wear atsugesho appropriate to the formality and atmosphere of their job.
  103. In old China azuki-gayu was eaten on the day of winter solstice.
  104. In old China, fu was referred to as mian jin (gluten) and was mentioned in "Meng Xi Bi Tan" (Dream Stream Essays) which was written during the Sung Dynasty era.
  105. In old Japan, kimono with tsutsusode were designed to be worn by outdoor workers, and its main characteristics are that it doesn't have a tamoto (sleeve pouch) or amiyatsukuchi (opening in the sides of the kimono), and its sleeves are stitched to the front and the back without leaving an opening.
  106. In old Japanese orthography, his name had been written as Fumi no Jaukaku, and it is considered to have been pronounced as Fumi no Jaukaku.
  107. In old Japanese orthography, his name had been written as Ohono no Hatayasu, and it is considered to have been pronounced as Ofono no Fatayasu.
  108. In old Japanese orthography, his name had been written as Ohotomo no Miyuki, and it is considered to have been pronounced as Ofotomo no Miyuki.
  109. In old Japanese orthography, his name had been written as Wohari no Mami, and it is considered to have been pronounced Wofari no Mami.
  110. In old Japanese syllabary characters, he is called "Mino no Ohokimi".
  111. In old Japanese syllabary characters, he is called "TAKASAKA no Ohokimi".
  112. In old Japanese syllabary characters, his name had been written as Fukefi, and its pronunciation is considered to have been 'Ohotomo no Fukefi' too.
  113. In old Japanese syllabary characters, his name had been written the same and the pronunciation is considered to have been the same.
  114. In old Japanese syllabary characters, his name had been written the same, and its pronunciation is considered to have been the same too.
  115. In old Japanese syllabary characters, his name had been written the same, and its pronunciation is considered to have been the same.
  116. In old Japanese syllabary characters, his name is called "AFU no Shima".
  117. In old Japanese syllabary characters, his name is pronounced "SAHEKI no Ohome".
  118. In old Japanese syllabary characters, his name is read 'YAMABE no Ohokimi.'
  119. In old Japanese syllabary characters, his name reads 'OSHISAKA no Ohomaro (おしさかのおほまろ).
  120. In old Japanese syllabary characters, his name reads FUMI no Kusuri, the same as modern syllabary characters.
  121. In old Japanese syllabary characters, his name was pronounced as "AGATAINUKAHI no Ohotomo" or "INUKAHI no Ohotomo".
  122. In old Japanese syllabary characters, his name was pronounced as "OHOTOMO no Tomokuni"
  123. In old Japanese syllabary spelling, his name is called 'Ishikawa no Ohokimi.'
  124. In old age, Otsugu was engaged in improvement of Kannon-ji Temple (Imakumano) which is famous for Kukai and the foundation of Horin-ji Temple (later, Sennyu-ji Temple) and these temples were completed in the generation of Otsugu's second son, FUJIWARA no Harutsu.
  125. In old books such as "Hakuzoshi," "Shimeisho," and "Kachoyojo," the ten quires are separated and respectively called 'Uji, Part 1,' 'Uji, Part 2,' and so on.
  126. In old classification of shrine it was a prefectural shrine.
  127. In old days it was always partaken of at ceremonial functions and even nowadays it is often used as a spiced sake drunk at New Year.
  128. In old days they called themselves Fujimon School, Nikkomon School, and Taiseki-ji School, and even though they did not form a strong unified organization like that seen in the Jodo Shinshu (the True Pure Land Sect of Buddhism), they were connected loosely through personal and academic exchanges.
  129. In old days, it was used for shiho (to inherit the dharma from a priest master) priestly teacher, but now it is a common name for those who preside a So-do Hall (A training hall for meditation) and are entitled to give inka (permission) to ascetic monks who reached Gotatsu (comprehension, understanding, Buddhist enlightenment, satori).
  130. In old days, knives for cooking were made from recycled swords and those knives had to be charged with spirit before using, then the dogu-zuka was erected for the purpose of charging.
  131. In old days, monks used to have disciples within the sect to become new monks, but currently people can apply to become a monk by passing the inspection to enter the Buddhist priesthood and become a disciple of Saint hoshu.
  132. In old days, the Prince's name 護良 was often pronounced as "morinaga."
  133. In old private houses, there is sometimes an area where the earth is simply exposed, and this would be the origin of the term.
  134. In old sutras, as Buddhist disciples are said to chant 'namubutsu' as a nenbutsu for remembering the living Buddha Shakyamuni, nenbutsu is an actual prayer.
  135. In old times, as a place to enshrine the sorei of Imperial Family, the Ise-jingu Shrine had a rule called Shihei kindan (nobody but the Emperor could go and pray there), which was an example of such exclusiveness.
  136. In old times, chanko also meant a congratulatory gift of money from patrons.
  137. In old times, in the Usuitoge Line, all the passenger train were stopped for a long time at the station because attachment and release of the bank engine were operated there (see Usui Toge Railway).
  138. In old times, it was called Koromotsutsumi (a wrapping cloth) or Hiratsutsumi (a wrapping cloth).
  139. In olden days they were mostly simple and in modern times, particularly since the middle of the Edo period, carving was done on the inside of the frog's legs and some are made to protrude.
  140. In olden times, it was called "Konden Eisei Shiyuu no Ho."
  141. In olden times, this raccoon dog called Kichibei-san apparently tricked neighborhood residents by mimicking the sounds of danjiri-bayashi.
  142. In older times, 'Sasabayashi dance' was played together.
  143. In older times, it was also called tsukai-yaku.
  144. In one article under Shinto ritual prayer in the "Engi shiki," the list of items described as heihaku included cloth fabric, clothes, weapons and armor, sacred wine, and food and drink offerings to the gods.
  145. In one biography of Honen ("The World's Fine Things: Biography of Priest Honen") included in "Showa Shinshu Honen Shonin Zenshu" (complete works of Honen Shonin) appears: 'Word of mouth commentary on the righteous die happier than the evil' which is also found in Kudensho ("What Shinran Taught") and "Tannisho" (Lamentations).
  146. In one case, 'Tada-Genji' means all of the early Seiwa-Genji branches whose center figure was MINAMOTO no Mitsunaka who was based in Tada Manors.
  147. In one case, it refers to miscellaneous taxes excluding nengu (annual tribute) and shoto (tax on rice field), and in another case, it's limited to statute labor.
  148. In one corner of this is a suikinkutsu, an underground water koto, which serves to provide the sound of water in place of the Heart Sutra.
  149. In one example, it was permitted to possess a family name, but not to wear a sword, and in another example, it was permitted to hand down a family name for later generations, but not have the right to wear a sword.
  150. In one mokkannbo (wooden coffin tomb), bones of a male adult in the Yayoi period was found.
  151. In one norito (Shinto ritual prayer) "Oharae no kotoba," Ohoyamatohitakami no kuni appears as another name of Japan.
  152. In one of his books, Saikaku IHARA described that "kujira no suimono" (whale meat soup) was eaten in Kyoto.
  153. In one of his works called "cha ondo" (tea song), he came up with the unique method to tune the strings called 'roku sagari' (six down).
  154. In one of the Japanese classics: "Taiheiki" (The Record of the Great Peace), some episodes state that Moronao was a realist who had no respect for Shinto and Buddhist deities.
  155. In one of the articles of "The Nihon Shoki," dated May 21, 691, it seems that he was only given the rank of Jikidaisan, ashiginu (thick silk fabric) and a piece of cloth as incentive awards for his meritorious deeds during the year of Mizunoe-Saru (one of the Oriental Zodiac signs).
  156. In one of the books on Feng Shui, Chin KYOSAN stated 'The secret of the three powers [heaven, earth and man]' was imported from China by the Fourth Unsen Ship in 1969, but a part of it was deleted with ink, after 1685 the book was banned (ref. Osamu OBA, 1967).
  157. In one of the chapters which was recorded in the form of a discussion, one can see what Yoshinobu's voice, so to speak, was like.
  158. In one scene of "Yoshitsune Senbonzakura" (Yoshitsune and One Thousand Cherry Trees) (first performed in 1747), tsurubezushi of Shimoichi village in Nara Yoshino was referred to and became famous.
  159. In one section of "Nihonshoki," it is noted that Amaterasu gave them the divine command, 'Imashi Mihashira no Kami, descend on and reside in the path, aid amemima (grandson of the sun goddess) and be worshipped by amemima.'
  160. In one staging, she looks at a burn of her face in the reflection in a tray, puts the tray on tatami, and looks up at Sabu.
  161. In one theory she was regarded as Emperor in Kotofu (the genealogy of the Imperial Family), but it is not confirmed (and in another theory, she was deleted from the history because she had only one intercourse in her life as mentioned above.
  162. In one theory, akuru is regarded as the 'akujin' or 'Kibi no Ananowatari no kami' which appear in the 21st year in the Keiko ki (records regarding the time of the Emperor Keiko) in the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), or 'Anato no kami' which appear in the article regarding the Emperor Keiko in the "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters).
  163. In one theory, it is assumed that the time is the tally trade (between Japan and the Ming dynasty) in the Muromachi period, and in another theory, the later Keicho era.
  164. In one theory, it means nyogo or koi who was a mother of Prince and Princess, but it is generally accepted that it was the name of ladies at the inner palace who were loved by the Emperor, such as nyogo and koi except for serving ladies.
  165. In one theory, it was due to his bad terms with Harunobu: Nobutora disliked his heir Harunobu (Shingen) and was partial to his second son Nobushige TAKEDA, and started to think about disinheritance.
  166. In one theory, the origin of this term "Kanso" is said as a simplified form of official Soji, and in another theory, it is said to have originated in a formalization of casual Sojo (a report to the Emperor) not based on Kushiki Ryo (the law concerning official documentary forms of state affairs).
  167. In one type, it is struck in determined rhythm, and in the other type, it is struck at determined points in a piece of music.
  168. In one view, discomposing the stone chamber and carrying out cut stones on which the mural paintings were drawn meant destruction of the tumulus designated as a special historic site.
  169. In one volume.
  170. In onmyodo, it is said that Shakkojin (the guardian god of the east gate of the capital of Taisaijin [the god of Jupiter]) employs the eight fierce gods, and guards the gate by sending one of them in turn a day in a eight-day cycle.
  171. In onsen towns, there used to be a few communal baths surrounded by a number of onsen-ryokan, with souvenir shops and restaurants around them, as well as bright-lights district nearby including adult-entertainment shops on narrow alleys.
  172. In opposition to the commonly accepted theory, Takeshi UMEHARA adventurously studied and discussed other theories in his "Minasoko no uta: KAKINOMOTO no Hitomaro Ron" (Underwater poems: on KAKINOMOTO no Hitomaro).
  173. In opposition to the preceding anthology titled "Shika," the contemporary poets were considered important again, and the number of selected poems by contemporary poets comprised half the total number offered in the work.
  174. In opposition to this, Fukuchiyama City Bus operates buses in old Miwa-cho up to Ayabe City, Kyotanba-cho, and Sasayama City, Hyogo Prefecture.
  175. In opposition to this, Takakuni HOSOKAWA dispatched a kenminsen with an expired Emperor Hongzhi kangofu via the South China Sea on which Zuisa RANKO served as seishi and Sokei (Shuko) SO as fukushi (vice-envoy).
  176. In opposition to this, criticism against Buddhism from the Confucianism side of view, which could partly be seen in Daigakuryo in the eighth century, and can still be seen today in historical sources such as "Keikokushu" (A collection of managing the country) became completely eclipsed.
  177. In opposition to this, there is also an idea that insists the recovery of Satoyama's value as a human-centered sustainable development model.
  178. In opposition, Yukihiko YASUDA and other artists of Japanese traditional painting protested 'the lines of the murals could only be drawn within a Japanese traditional painting method.'
  179. In opposition, as for the people in the period of Mappo (the phase of decadent after Zoho), or who are Hon-mi Uzen (having no qualification as Buddha) since they didn't receive Geshu in their past life, there is no value in Hokekyo which was preached by Shaka, and it is useless like a calendar from past years.
  180. In opposition, in Buddhism, the principle of Inga is preached from the past, the present, and through to the future, and seeks it inside.
  181. In or around 1130, Yorizumi SHIONOYA, a son of MINAMOTO no Yoshichika, went down Shioya County, Shimotsuke Province, adopted the name SHIONOYA and governed SHIONOYA manor, with its thirty-three go thirty-eight thousand cho.
  182. In or around 1855, he started using his artist appellation of Kunichika TOYOHARA for his signature, which combined the name of his first mentor, Chikanobu TOYOHARA, and Toyo-no-kuni.
  183. In or around the Bunka era, Kengyo Ichiura of Osaka changed the so (koto) ensemble, which had been played almost in unison.
  184. In order for Kanemichi to accomplish the above, he needed to have MINAMOTO no Kaneakira return to the Imperial family, (at that time there was a custom that the Imperial family was not allowed to become Sadaijin) and promote Yoritada as his successor.
  185. In order for a person not entitled to be a hatamoto to become hatamoto, it was basically required his family to have assumed posts for hatamoto for three consecutive generations.
  186. In order for as many okonomiyaki to be grilled as possible on a narrow iron plate, their shape is elliptical.
  187. In order for blended whisky to be produced, there must be a variety of malts produced in Scotland.
  188. In order for guide operations to be continued in a systematic manner, it is desirable to have a built-in mechanism (that would be similar to a public company with the exception of certain differences) which provides leadership as well as encouraging the continuous study of members.
  189. In order for sushi not to dry, a kitchen wrap such as Saran Wrap often covers a sushi oke.
  190. In order for the Suikinkutsu to emit a good sound, adjustment is necessary for the combination of each element, such as the jar.
  191. In order for the card to be issued, you're required to pay 1,000 yen for the reissuance of 500 yen and a deposit of 500 yen.
  192. In order for the fermentation to occur, the sake rice malt needs to be added to the melted rice (in which the amount of malt must be more than 3% of the amount of rice), so that it is broken down to glucose which can be consumed by yeast.
  193. In order for the sound to be easily heard, it is amplified electronically and broadcasted through speaker.
  194. In order for tofu that is frozen during the night not to thaw during the day, it's placed in a separate ice room and allowed to mature for a few days, and after thawing it is dried.
  195. In order from west to east, they are Oura Peninsula, Otomi Peninsula, Oshima Peninsula, Uchitomi Peninsula, Tsunegami Peninsula and Tsuruga Peninsula.
  196. In order not to mislead viewers, a co-actor, Satoshi TSUMABUKI, says 'ONO no Imoko was a man; don't distort the historical fact' in the commercial.
  197. In order of composition, it is the final work among what is known as the shikyo (Four Mirrors, a series of four historical works compiled between the late Heian period and the early Muromachi period).
  198. In order of high to low-rank:
  199. In order that the soup can be absorbed thoroughly by the cooked rice, the bowl of Donburimono is often served with the lid placed on it.
  200. In order to 'foster a specialist for the next generation who can brew sake without any compromise,' the company has introduced the Sake Meister system since 1986 and began to foster a new generation of toji who had learned both traditional techniques and know-how as a company.
  201. In order to accommodate such a system, the feudal lords themselves endeavored to keep good control by setting standard kandaka in accordance with their purpose.
  202. In order to accommodate the students, the Navy installed three new educational Air Corps.
  203. In order to accommodate them, on Aril 1, 1907 the Imperial Government Railway was reorganized to the Imperial Railway Agency.
  204. In order to accomplish this, he plotted with his younger brother Kaiyo to destroy both his nephew MINAMOTO no Yoshitada, who as Yoshiie's successor had become the leader of the Minamoto clan, and his older brother MINAMOTO no Yoshitsuna.
  205. In order to act as bodyguard and be trusted with important state matters, Kosho were put in the closest physical position to their lord, with some domains prohibiting them from having contact with other families, including their own.
  206. In order to add firmness to a rather big costume, stiffly starched clothing called 'kowashozoku' appeared and the changes in costumes were unified into a certain style.
  207. In order to advance to Shinano Province, Shingen proceeded to reconcile with the Imakawa clan in Suruga Province and the Hojo clan in the Sagami Province.
  208. In order to amend the situation, a kugatachi was held at Amakashi no oka Hill.
  209. In order to appease Tametomo, a Jimoku (ceremony for appointing officials) was quickly held in order to appoint him a Kurodo (Chamberlain), but Tametomo rejected this appointment, saying "I am happy to remain Chinzei Hachiro, as I have been."
  210. In order to appoint persons who had no relation with a former domain to a senior post such as kenrei, a policy to not appoint those that hailed from prefecture in question was adopted.
  211. In order to arouse people's faith in Buddha, she killed herself, leaving her will saying, 'My body should not be buried instead it should be abandoned in some crossroad.
  212. In order to arrange ('shitsuraeru') partitions to harmonize with each situation as 'shitsurai,' the movable form is convenient.
  213. In order to arrange as many houses as possible along a street, the width and the depth of each house necessarily become small and large respectively.
  214. In order to assist administrative affairs, Borei (chief of the four districts of the capital) was placed at each jo (east-west district), and Bocho (chief of each district of the capital) (town mayor) was placed at each bo (north-west district), and then, the Capital was supervised in every hole and corner.
  215. In order to attend World Exposition in Paris, Kawasaki took 7 family members to Europe where they viewed the shipbuilding industry of England and arts from various countries.
  216. In order to avoid another crisis, Hongwan-ji-ha deemed it necessary to limit the power of the monshu (the Otani family).
  217. In order to avoid confrontations Yoshinobu retreated to Osaka-jo Castle, assembled the ambassadors from various foreign countries and asserted the legitimacy of Tokugawa; furthermore, he appealed to the Imperial Court and had the Jikan Nochi modified to more moderate terms.
  218. In order to avoid confusion with 陶器 which is read "Toki" meaning earthenware nowadays, the archaeological term "Sueki" is commonly used.
  219. In order to avoid confusion, she is also called Fujitsubo no Miya or Fujitsubo Chugu.
  220. In order to avoid interference with official authorities, Oshima adopted a style of co-production with Japan and France and sent an exposed film directly to France to have it developed and edited.
  221. In order to avoid pressure from the Shimazu clan, Yoshishige OTOMO in Bungo Province asked for the help of Hideyoshi HASHIBA, who had suppressed Kinki, Shikoku, and Chugoku regions aiming at the unification of the whole country.
  222. In order to avoid the colonization, the Meiji government aimed to build a modern state by promoting fukoku kyohei (fortifying the country, strengthening the military).
  223. In order to avoid the fires of the Onin War which happened in the latter part of the Muromachi period, many Court nobles went down to local regions around this time, and Muneie is thought to be one of them.
  224. In order to avoid these effects, it is preferable to grate daikon radish just before it is to be eaten.
  225. In order to avoid this, it is said that a ninja who acted as a liaison and watchdog would constantly observe the kunoichi, and if she showed even a slight sign of betrayal the ninja would kill her mercilessly.
  226. In order to avoid unnecessary confusions, Katsuyori accepted those opinions and asked Nobukado, his uncle, to take care of Nobutora.
  227. In order to avoid using the character 'shi' which was the posthumous name of Shizong (Sima Shi), the city was later called 'Keito,' and other common names including 'Kyo,' 'Keishi' and 'Kyoto' subsequently came to be used.
  228. In order to balance the limited financial affairs of the bakufu with the yakuryo system, in June 1723, the tashidaka system (a wage system established by Edo bakufu) was introduced.
  229. In order to be consistent with "Ofumi (Gobunsho)" the lunar calendar is used (except for the dates of birth and death).
  230. In order to be in harmony and be reconciled with the formality of a resident's lifestyle and each ceremony for annual events, a lot of furniture used for partitions and screens were arranged (which were called 'shitsurae').
  231. In order to be promoted to the rank of hereditary guard, it was necessary to hold a post higher than secretary or assume a position with an income to support 10 persons or more for three successive generations.
  232. In order to be used in an ensemble, its number of strings was increased so that the bass register sounds good.
  233. In order to become the priest of "In" or "Bo" (temples) in the complex, one has to stay up on the mountain for 3 years.
  234. In order to break the political stalemate, Saigo also wanted to change the atmosphere of the government by implementing haihan-chiken.
  235. In order to break through the situation, he led a suicide squad consisting of best-picked 500 soldiers to make a night raid in the dark on the besieging Toban camp.
  236. In order to bring the chaos under control, they needed a new source of military might, making their cooperation with Nobuyori, who had a secret alliance with Yoshitomo, something they dared not jeopardize.
  237. In order to broadly categorize bows according to the material they are made from, fiberglass bows are referred to as 'glass bows,' carbon fiber bows as 'carbon bows,' and traditional bamboo bows as 'bamboo bows.'
  238. In order to build Mt. Fuji, Daidarabocchi piled up the soil he dug from Koshu.
  239. In order to build up a firm footing for the new ruling system of the Kinai region run by Rokuro, he lent a great deal of efforts.
  240. In order to buy all the necessary 73 ranks from the lowest rank to kengyo, it is said that 719 ryo was needed.
  241. In order to call for reinforcements for them, Yoshisada escaped from the Kanegasaki-jo Castle where the provisions had run out, leaving the two imperial princes and his eldest son Yoshiaki NITTA.
  242. In order to carry out the war, the government also controlled the common and traditional cultures.
  243. In order to carry out their original school policy without any intervention, they only accepted funds from limited places.
  244. In order to caution Jihe's rudeness, samurai bound Jihe's wrists to a lattice.
  245. In order to collect funding for the Russo-Japanese War, tax on salt was considered.
  246. In order to commemorate the discovery of Wado (a high purity copper which does not require any refining) in the Wado, presently known as Kuroya, Chichibu City, Saitama Prefecture, the name of the era was changed to "the Wado era" and also Wado-kaichin was created.
  247. In order to communicate with government and other central institutions and to adjust policies in the capital, the Tokyo Local office was established.
  248. In order to compensate the loss, the Shogun's retainers at the conference chamber complied the records on pardon collected in the Bunka period (1804-1818) into "Taisharitsu" and it was used as reference at the conference chamber, but it was not sufficient enough.
  249. In order to compete against these weapons, Nobunaga ODA ordered Yoshitaka KUKI to develop Tekkosen (armored steel ships).
  250. In order to conceal the death of Motoyasu, Jiro Saburo Motonobu SERATA was selected to replace him.
  251. In order to conceal the fact that Shingen TAKEDA died in the attack on Noda-jo Castle (Mikawa Province) by Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, his younger brother Nobukado TAKEDA and others used him as Shingen's body double.
  252. In order to conceal things like stains, bruises and scars, camouflage makeup is used to cover them with foundation, but this often leads to the impression of atsugesho.
  253. In order to confirm the fact, Kaoru visited Yokawa no sozu along with Kogimi, Ukifune's younger maternal half-brother.
  254. In order to confirm the silver quality of the minted Chogin coins, lead was added for reminting, with jouze-tedai (assistant manager) standing as witness, with the cupellation method to alter silver content.
  255. In order to confirm the state of progress in the inquisition, the shokoku-junkenshi system was introduced on February 18, 1667 (based on the old calendar).
  256. In order to confirm this, a standing statue of Jizo Bosatsu (Guardian deity of travelers and children), made in 1727, in Nakamura Park, Nishinaka, Shimoda City, was named as the oldest of his work with the inscription of 'Seisuke.'
  257. In order to confront to this problem, Kokuga arranged and united all of the controlled territory of a koden domain into one unit.
  258. In order to connect the new routes in Kuzuha area to routes managed by Keihan Bus Co. Ltd., Keihan Uji Transport Co. Ltd. requested transferring the Keihan Bus routes on March 3, 1969 prior to the establishment of the new route.
  259. In order to console the deeply grieving Emperor, Fujitsubo, who looks exactly like the late Koi, is sent to the Imperial court and wins the Emperor's favor.
  260. In order to control Sagami, Soun had to destroy the Miura clan.
  261. In order to control the Komatsu family, it was necessary to closely cooperate with uncles who were chigyo kokushu and had a semi-independent status.
  262. In order to control the power of Hieizan Enryaku-ji Temple, Yoshinori, who had been the head priest of the Tendai sect, appointed his own younger brother, Gisho, to the same position immediately after returning to secular life.
  263. In order to control the processes of production and distribution of commodities and lower prices, he authorized guilds of handicraftsmen as a trade guild (kabunakama) and encouraged its organization, while imposing business taxes called unjo, myoga on them.
  264. In order to cope with Shingaikakumei (the Chinese Revolution), they agreed each other to split the inner Mongolia, the west part of which for Russia and the east for Japan.
  265. In order to cope with such a situation, Shoen seirirei (decree restricting the expansion of shoen) was issued.
  266. In order to cope with such situations, the central government started to adopt from the early 10th century a realistic policy, meaning the delegation of military and police authorities to kokushi.
  267. In order to cope with the above problem, the work of reversing the front and rear of each car of the Keishin Line (16 cars of model 80, 12 cars of model 260 and four cars of model 500) was conducted during the period from May 28 until June 8 of the year, using a temporary turntable established at Nishikori Shako-depot.
  268. In order to cope with the increase in running frequency and number of cars, cars of Kuha number 58 were introduced since there were extra Moha 42 cars and 43 (third-class cars' backs of the seats were upholstered at the time)
  269. In order to cope with the massively increased power, the Kokushi attempted to strengthen the structure of Kokuga.
  270. In order to cope with the punitive force of the bakufu, Yoshimura and other members recruited totsukawa goshi (country samurai) and gathered one thousand warriors.
  271. In order to cope with these changes, emerging merchants began to establish za called 'shin-za' (literally, "new za") for the sake of the same privileges as existing za had, and some of them even formed the third form of za called 'mago-za' (literally, "grandchild's za").
  272. In order to cope with this situation, each domain initiated reforms in the 18th and 19th centuries, (and the first case was Tosa Domain around the middle of the 17th century).
  273. In order to cope with this, siege of the Kumamoto-jo castle was left to Ikegami, Nagayama was to control the coast line, Shinohara (with six platoons) proceeded to Tabaru, and Murata and Beppu (with five platoons) to Kidome.
  274. In order to counterattack such armies, Kenshin conquered Suemori-jo Castle (Noto Province) on November 7, 1577, and attacked and conquered Matsunami-jo Castle on November 8, 1577.
  275. In order to counterattack the large bakufu army, which came up to the north from Hannan (south of Osaka), in a narrow area so, that their own troops, inferior in number, could fight off a larger army of the bakufu, the troop core marched to the Yao district.
  276. In order to cover expenses required for the frequent dispatch of troops, Katsuyori imposed extremely high taxes and used a large amount of forced labor.
  277. In order to create numbers of screen paintings, one must work in a group with all the disciples; therefore, in order to make group work easier, the ability to learn from painting examples was valued more than one's individuality as a painter.
  278. In order to create such actors, the number of persons who like Kamigata Kabuki and want to do it must increase.
  279. In order to deal with an imminent threat from the 'expeditionary force to the east' as it approached Edo, Yoshinobu selected Tesshu YAMAOKA, the chief of Seieitai (an elite army force on the bakufu side) and a brother in law to Deishu TAKAHASHI; he was guarding Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA as his envoy, while Yoshinobu confined himself in Kanei-ji Temple.
  280. In order to decorate a large area such as a wall surface, a part of the picture drawn on each of more than two large-sized tiles constitutes one painting.
  281. In order to defeat Hongan-ji Temple, Nobunaga first considered taking control of Saikashu.
  282. In order to defeat Nobunaga, Yoshiaki issued directions to defeat Nobunaga to Nagamasa ASAI, Yoshikage ASAKURA, Shingen TAKEDA, Kennyo HONGANJI, and Miyoshi sanninshu (three chief retainers of the Miyoshi clan) to form a league and lay a siege to Nobunaga, and opposed Nobunaga.
  283. In order to defend the honor of his family, his following and himself, he heads for Mizuno's house alone, holding back his tears and entrusting the remaining things to Token.
  284. In order to demonstrate loyalty, he dedicated poisoned sake; Susanoo made him drink it and killed him with the poison, he then returned to ancient Japan with Kushinadahime.
  285. In order to depict her costume most beautifully, Moronobu made her stop to look over her shoulder.
  286. In order to determine the third shogun of the Tokugawa family, Hanzo, under the order from Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, canceld the 'non-belligerency pact' between Koga and Iga.
  287. In order to develop monopolization of local products in the domains, there is a case where such products could only be bought with han bills.
  288. In order to develop tourism as a key industry in Japan, improving the statistics method is necessary.
  289. In order to differentiate between these products, original mirin is sometimes called 'hon mirin.'
  290. In order to differentiate the clothes that had been called 'Kimono' from the western clothes, the word 'Wafuku' was coined.
  291. In order to differentiate the two, Junshu was given the Kogogushoku (officer for serving the empress in household ministry) and was called 'Kisaui no miya.' Sadako was given the Chugushiki (Office of the Consort's Household) and called 'Chugu.'
  292. In order to discriminate with the ninth Sanchi YASUI, he is sometimes called Meijin Sanchi.
  293. In order to dispel his suspicion and to search for and kill the Taira clan, the Cloistered Emperor should visit Harima Province ("Gyokuyo," entry of December 11).
  294. In order to disprove Amaterasu's suspicion, Amaterasu and Susanoo created gods with what each other was wearing, and the gender of the gods proved Susanoo's innocence.
  295. In order to disprove his suspicion Konohana no sakuya-bime gave birth to three gods in fire, and Hoderi was the oldest of the three.
  296. In order to disprove his suspicion Konohana no sakuya-bime gave birth to three gods in fire, and Hoori was the youngest of the three.
  297. In order to disprove his suspicion she made a pledge and then went into the birthing room.
  298. In order to dissolve these, disarmaments of temple, shrine, jizamurai and farmers were needed.
  299. In order to dissolve this problem, an iron sake brewing tank whose surface was covered with enamelware like the ones of today were developed and the government promoted spreading this.
  300. In order to distinguish between the two, and for the sake of convenience, Edosenke is called Edosenke (Ikenohata) and Edosenke Soke Renge-an is called Edosenke (Yayoi-cho).
  301. In order to distinguish from each other, originally, deep fried battered seafood as neta was only referred to as tempura and deep fried vegetables were referred to as 'Shojin-age,' but the term of tempura is currently used as a general description to refer to tempura including the Shojin-age.
  302. In order to distinguish from others, a mark of Bishi (rhombus) or gourd was inscribed.
  303. In order to distinguish from the neighboring tumuli, it is also called Akasaka Tennozan No.1 Tumulus.
  304. In order to distinguish it from "Muryoju-kyo sutra" (Sutra of Immeasurable Life) whose title is same in Sanskrit, it's also called "Smaller Sukharvativyuha Sutra."
  305. In order to distinguish it from other fish that belong to genus Anguilla, it may be called Japanese eel.
  306. In order to distinguish it from synthetic seishu and blended sake, the ingredient of seasoning was limited to glucose, starch syrup, lactic acid, succinic acid, monosodium glutamate and mineral salts.
  307. In order to distinguish it from the Jodo Shinshu sect Hongwan-ji-ha (commonly called 'Onishi-san,' 'Hompa' or 'Nishi Hongwan-ji Temple'), it is called 'Ohigashi-san,' 'O-ha' 'Tani-ha' and so on.
  308. In order to distinguish it from the hazu of the arrow, it is also called yuhazu (nock (of a bow)).
  309. In order to distinguish legitimate traders from wako (Japanese pirates), a kangofu (certificate to show that the ship is lawfully registered by Ming) was issued in return for a tribute, and restrictions such as a limit of ten years per dynasty were imposed.
  310. In order to distinguish such products, which aren't very different in appearance, 'plain soymilk' is printed on the ordinary product.
  311. In order to distinguish the monks from lay believers (wearing white cloth), the cloth was dyed again into ocher or bluish black using plants or the rust of metals.
  312. In order to distinguish themselves from ordinary women, probably, dayu, the highest ranking yujo, wore three combs and 20 tortoise shell hair ornamentation including kanzashi and kogai.
  313. In order to distinguish this from the current "Gosannen Kassen Ekotoba," we will write this as "'Gosannen-e' in the Joan edition" hereafter.
  314. In order to distinguish visitors who pay a charge from those who don't, some facilities lease colored towels only for the sauna bath.
  315. In order to do this smoothly, actors have to lower their center of gravity by bending their knees.
  316. In order to do this, before starting negotiations with Korea the Japanese side studied "Narrative of the Expedition of an American Squadron to the China Seas and Japan" written by Perry, so that they could imitate the attitude toward negotiations and later achieve conclusion of the treaty.
  317. In order to edify citizens more specifically, Daikyoin (Great Teaching Institute) as the national organization to supervise kyodoshoku and Chukyoin (Intermediate Teaching Institute) as the prefectural organization to supervise kyodoshoku were established, and Shokyoin (Small Teaching Institute) were set up in many places all over the country.
  318. In order to elevate haikai poetry to a more modernized form of literature, he began a literary movement and successfully created a new form of poetry known as haiku.
  319. In order to eliminate opium that was prevailing at that time, the government introduced a licensing system for smoking opium and a monopoly of opium to gradually increase the tax and to stop the issue of new licenses for opium, thus succeeding to get rid of opium from Taiwan (Policy to phase out opium).
  320. In order to encourage not only government, but also private enterprise to promote the railroad industry, the government worked actively to establish a train manufacturing company in Osaka and Nippon Sharyo in Nagoya.
  321. In order to enforce his powerful political views, he established a bureaucratic system and various laws to regulate the system.
  322. In order to enforce the Taiho Ritsuryo across the country without exception, on September 18, 701, the imperial court dispatched the Myobo hakase (teacher of the law in the Ritsuryo system) to six Do (districts) except for Saikaido, and let them lecture on the new codes.
  323. In order to enforce the domination of rural areas, in which he started establishing administration organizations.
  324. In order to enforce this law and to crack down on the opposition, as the coercive and alerting police system was reinforced, the aspect of the police repression against citizen was also strengthened.
  325. In order to enjoy eating natto, it is important to knead it sufficiently.
  326. In order to enshrine the sword, Miyazu hime built Atsuta-jingu Shrine.
  327. In order to ensure consistency with those of his books, dates will be shown based on a lunar calendar (except for the year, month and day of birth and death) and gengo (an era name) during the period of Northern and Southern Courts (Japan) will be shown by those of the Northern Court.
  328. In order to ensure he could continue to make progress with his political reforms, Shinzei befriended TAIRA no Kiyomori.
  329. In order to ensure his reforms would come to fruition, Shinzei created the Kirokusho (Records Office for Shoen Land Deeds).
  330. In order to ensure the stable number of cultivators, the shoen owners encouraged vagabonds to stay within shoen by providing them with seeds and everyday commodities.
  331. In order to ensure the succession by the real son Hideyori and to eradicate the descendants of Hidetsugu to secure the succession of the direct line.
  332. In order to escape from the inoshishi, Sadakuro stands up while looking back over his shoulders.
  333. In order to escape the political upheaval arising from MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka's entrance into Kyoto, he soon left Kyoto in exile to the Kanto region following Yorimori, his father-in-law and Yoshiyasu ICHIJYO, his nephew.
  334. In order to establish a centralized administrative system, however, there still remained the problem surrounding the existence of daimyo (domains) territory throughout the nation.
  335. In order to establish and enhance public order through the courtesies, the following measures were taken:
  336. In order to evade such conflicts, various decrees were issued, beside that people donated the ship to a shrine or temple intending to avoid conflicts among them and obtain religious benefits at the same time.
  337. In order to examine the skill of those involved, an 'examination of the skill of a funeral director' has been held under the permission of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare.
  338. In order to excel in kemari, Narimichi made an oath to practice kemari every day for 1000 days.
  339. In order to exclude insects but allow air to pass, mosquito nets are comprised of a 1mm mesh and were originally made from materials such as hemp and later from synthetic fibers.
  340. In order to expel such inauspicious energy, the Sekku Festival was performed especially with a heavy load caused by the number nine, which is the highest single-digit odd number.
  341. In order to fasten the ho (the robe), sekitai (leather belt) was used, which was the same as the one used for sokutai (traditional ceremonial court dress) later.
  342. In order to fight against Silla, he often requested Wa to send reinforcements.
  343. In order to fight against the Tsubono administration, he ran for municipal council with support from others and was elected in the same year.
  344. In order to fight against the Yamana army invading into Kyoto, the bakufu army positioned the principal force of 5000 cavalrymen in Uchino, which was the daidairi (place of Imperial residence and government offices) of the former Heian-kyo (ancient capital).
  345. In order to fill in the lacking posts of a hangan and a sakan, women in a lower social status who did not appear even in the Goku Shikiin (staff) Code such as nyoju/uneme and shijo/kashigime were employed.
  346. In order to fill the requirements of social status and age, adoptions were arranged: Those children were called Tonden Adopted Children.
  347. In order to find 'No. 4,' listen to all Ko and have each guest deduct Ko which are judged to be Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 5.
  348. In order to follow the lead of the style of western counties in diplomatic negotiation, the Qing dynasty had to know their sense of value and principle of behavior.
  349. In order to fulfill large numbers of orders for screen paintings, the head of the Kano family needed to lead the painters so they could work in a group.
  350. In order to further reduce the required time, in 1914 the first express train in Japan started operating.
  351. In order to gain Three Minds he noted in "Ichimai-kishomon" that, 'However, everyone will gain Three Minds and Four Trainings by wanting to be born in the Pure Land and by reciting Namu Amidabutsu,' and he stated that one could gain the Three Minds by practicing senju-nenbutsu.
  352. In order to garner the broad public support needed to promote this huge project, the government recruited the priest Gyoki, who was given the rank of Daisojo (the highest priestly rank).
  353. In order to gather the supreme power of politics and armies throughout the country into the Imperial court, it is required to let every han return their people and army and treat the lord of the domain as aristocrat, instead, Imperial court law should be proclaimed throughout the nation.
  354. In order to get art activities back into shape, citizens voiced their desire to establish a modern 'school' as a faculty for training artists, and the school was founded as a result of their enthusiasm.
  355. In order to get out of the slump, various trials and errors have been piled (see the section of 'the present situation of sake').
  356. In order to get out of this difficult situation, he issued a white paper on finance in 1857, disclosing the financial situation to his people, and asked them for cooperation.
  357. In order to get rid of the ammonia odor, it's recommended that hot water be used to reconstitute the product.
  358. In order to get the domain to pay a larger share of the publishing expenses, the Intokuki was revised to paint the both the Kikkawa family and the main branch of the Mori family--and particular the family founder, Motonari MORI--in a more favorable light.
  359. In order to go to these universities it was necessary to have graduated from a higher school under the old system.
  360. In order to govern the Kokujin as a whole, he directed each of his competent brothers to manage the respective countries, and in his prime, was a daimyo (Japanese territorial lord) in the Sengoku period who even brought nine countries situated from Yamashiro through Iyo under his control.
  361. In order to govern the farmers, the government transmitted military and police power to military aristocracy and military art-specialized lower-ranking government officials, who developed into warriors (Bushi).
  362. In order to handle this issue, the Imperial Court carried out institutional reform to grant a wide range of military discretion to zuryo (highest-rank local governors).
  363. In order to harvest the fruits, regular renewal of branches is needed.
  364. In order to have godan doshi express inducement, its 'o' dan (o-grade) syllable is not stretched long.
  365. In order to head to Yamashina Basin and Omi Basin district to the east of Kyoto, one has to cross over Higashiyama mountain range.
  366. In order to implement this method, a hydrolytic extraction technique of impurities in purer alcohol was required.
  367. In order to improve the bureaucratic organization, Hirobumi ITO, who acquired power after ousting Shigenobu OKUMA at the coup in 1881, merged all of the national schools in Tokyo with the University of Tokyo, which had been created by Ministry of Education.
  368. In order to improve the quality of produced gold and silver, sengoku daimyo introduced actively new technologies such as cupellation, and production from iron sand using bellows.
  369. In order to improve the situation, the line that divides passengers going up and those going down was drawn on the stairs; however, it isn't observed at all, so there has been no improvement in the situation.
  370. In order to improve this, the club dared to raise the ticket prices in 2009.
  371. In order to increase the income after the Sino-Japanese War, the rule for tobacco tax was reformed, the Leaf Tobacco Monopoly Law went into effect in January, 1898, and the monopoly of leaf tobacco was started.
  372. In order to introduce monopolization, it is necessary that the production and distribution of consumption goods is focused.
  373. In order to introduce the techniques, the eighth generation General Yoshimune TOKUGAWA, canceled the ban of import of books from the Netherlands.
  374. In order to judge it, haze, that occurs in several positions on rice, is focused on.
  375. In order to justify an advance upon Korea, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI aggressively used a legitimate reason (After the Sankan-Seibatsu Korea is dependency to Japan, which has the right to rule the country); then executed the battle of Bunroku and Keicho (Japanese invasions of Korea, two campaigns to attack Korea).
  376. In order to keep Tang, a factor hindering unification of the peninsula, in check, Silla pretended to obey to Japan until the beginning of the eighth century.
  377. In order to keep its unique flavor as well as to create the cool atmosphere, it is usually served in a bowl which is made of ice.
  378. In order to keep up appearances, her funeral was held on the same night without her remains.
  379. In order to lay the groundwork to advance to the capital, they fought battles in various places in Harima Province and won victories.
  380. In order to legitimize their control or gain an advantage over neighboring daimyo, many sengoku daimyo gave substantial donations to the Imperial Court in return for an official title (these titles reserved for samurai were known as buke kani).
  381. In order to let horses and cows gathered from shokokumaki run loose, farms called kintomaki were established in Kyushu and around the Kinai region.
  382. In order to let those horses and cows sent from various districts run loose, kintomaki was established mainly in Kyushu and around the Kinki region.
  383. In order to lift the spirit for the war, the excellences of Japan and Japanese people were taught.
  384. In order to look for it he went to Ryugu (the Palace of the Dragon King) as he was told by Shiotsuchinokami.
  385. In order to maintain a certain level of fighting power, the above mentioned local samurai established the relation of master to servant with their followers who were called roto.
  386. In order to maintain a distinction between the more modern compositions that came to be referred to as honkyoku and the honkyoku practiced by adherents of Fuke sect, the term "koten-honkyoku" (literally, "ancient honkyoku") is sometimes used to refer to the latter.
  387. In order to maintain a highly systemized bureaucratic organization, ritsuryo kokka codes needed stable revenue from taxes.
  388. In order to maintain a nation in unbroken imperial line, it is necessary to carry out politics for the cultural enlightenment standing side by side with other countries and to build a nation which can give benefit of emperor to every people equally.
  389. In order to maintain the family estate and family prosperity, strong and tough men were imperative.
  390. In order to make 'Furoshiki' really practical instead of leaving it finished as a fad, it is necessary to learn techniques to wrap up things as desired.
  391. In order to make Hoshigaki, the peel of the persimmon should be removed while leaving the T-shaped stem attached, and tie this T-shaped part of the stem to a string.
  392. In order to make Mt. Nikko prosperous, he encouraged the development of industry in nearby villages.
  393. In order to make a living as a novelist, she also studied under Tosui NAKARAI, who reported on novels for the Asahi Shimbun, frequented a library, and published her first novel 'Yamizakura' (literally, Cherry Blossom in the Dark) in the first issue of the magazine 'Musashino,' presided over by Tosui.
  394. In order to make ichidan doshi (1-grade conjugation verbs) express inducement, a short postfix 'yo' is added but for the verb 'suru' (literally, 'do') which changes itself to long pronunciation of 'sho.'
  395. In order to make it easy to carry, there are pairs of bo shuriken with blades on both sides, secured in the middle like scissors, to close into the shape of a stick when carried and open into a cross when used.
  396. In order to make local public entities spend public funds on shrines at lower shrine ranking, the total number of shrines had to be reduced to the amount that these entities' finance could afford.
  397. In order to make tea, hot water is needed.
  398. In order to make tea, these utensils are usually used in combination with a bofura (earthen kettle) and a ryoro (brazier) to boil water.
  399. In order to make the Buddha teachings comprehensible by anyone, it used Gokyoka, which incorporated the Buddhist creed into waka (Japanese poems) and is very easy to understand even in the present day.
  400. In order to make the radial journey reading defensible, there must have been Chinese rules at that time that '到' and '至' (literal main meaning: reach [the destination]) should be read distinctly when they are used differently.
  401. In order to make the shrine as it was before, after the enshrined gods of the East shrine and West shrine were swapped, Ohoyamakuhi no kami god of West shrine became the main enshrined god, and East shrine enshrining Omononushi no kami god (Onamuchi no kami god) was demoted to Sessha (auxiliary shrine), Omiwa-jinja Shrine.
  402. In order to make up for a shortage of passenger cars, JNR also operated trains made up of only disabled cars of type 42 pulled by JNR C51 Type Steam Locomotive on the Osaka-Himeji section.
  403. In order to make up for the shortcomings, a serpentine-lock system was contrived, where a match was sandwiched between serpentines and was cocked and set off with a trigger, and changes in structural aspects such as the gunstock and so on advanced and the hinawaju was completed.
  404. In order to make use of Miho Airport, which was relatively well maintained, several trainer airplanes were supplied for the aviation training.
  405. In order to manage local missionary work, the entire national territory was parochialized and Kyomusho was established in each parish.
  406. In order to marry a divorcee, he abdicated in 1936, less than a year after he ascended the throne.
  407. In order to meet the increasing demand for power, construction of the Second Power Plant in Sun Moon Lake and the Wanda Power Plant started in 1935 and 1941, respectively, but construction was suspended while being bombed and damaged by the US air force during the Pacific War.
  408. In order to meet the supply in 2010, Kyoto Prefecture is constructing and developing a dedicated wharf to work as a multipurpose international wharf responding to 50,000 ton-class full-container vessels.
  409. In order to mend the crown of a tooth (corona dentis), the tooth is cut into a shape that allows a dentist to easily fabricate a cover (prosthetic appliance) to fit it.
  410. In order to move into another social class, the following measures were taken.
  411. In order to narrow this disparity, the target is for 10,000,000 foreign visitors to visit Japan every year by 2010.
  412. In order to obtain a targeted final product, it is said that umakuchi is more difficult to create for a brewer as it cannot be falsified with high alcohol content.
  413. In order to obtain the pungency mentioned above, it is necessary to break the cells of daikon radish effectively.
  414. In order to obtain the soot, first make a dent on the trunk of rather old pine tree with an ax.
  415. In order to offer his congratulations to Sanetomo who assumed the position of Udaijin (minister of the right), he attended the procession to Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu Shrine.
  416. In order to offer his congratulations to Sanetomo who assumed the position of Udaisho (Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards), he attended the procession to Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu Shrine as one of the guards.
  417. In order to overcome the weak points, it has been crossbred with various varieties as a parent for new varieties.
  418. In order to overcome this situation, the West JR Bus Company has made various efforts, including providing demand responsive transport (DRT) starting in March 1, 2007, etc., but, the situation remains dire.
  419. In order to pass on the tragedy, there is a board which indicates the water level in the city at that time in Goryo Park contiguous to the precincts.
  420. In order to perform the Sengu more than 10,000 Japanese cypress trees are needed.
  421. In order to play both roles for daylight and partitioning, a bamboo blind or a lattice door was used, but they were not suitable in winter.
  422. In order to police such kinds of sake, which were called goldfish sake because it was thin enough for goldfish to live in, the government determined a sake grading system which showed the standard of density of alcohol and audited it in 1940.
  423. In order to pour oil into a pan or a hyosoku (oil lamp), oil in abura tokkuri is first poured in an oilcan.
  424. In order to pray for long life, abalones, which have been traditionally thought to live for 100 years, are dried, cut into unbroken strings and further stretched long.
  425. In order to pray for the soul of his beloved child Tsurumatsu (Sutemaru) who died aged 3, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI built Shoun-ji Temple in 1591 and invited the Myoshin-ji Temple monk, Nanka Genko to serve as founding priest.
  426. In order to pray to Buddha for the happiness of Emperor Godaigo and others, Soseki encouraged Takauji to erect Ankoku-ji Temples and install Rishoto Pagodas across the country.
  427. In order to pray to the god for happiness, the Cauldron Purification ritual is going to be held.
  428. In order to prepare soup stock, place the pork and cold water into a pot and heat.
  429. In order to preserve a cultural environment, the necessary district can be designated as a "cultural environment preservation zone."
  430. In order to preserve important intangible cultural assets, the Japanese government provides a special annual subsidy of 2 million yen to Living National Treasures (those with Individual Certification).
  431. In order to preserve the remains and open them to the public, Setouchi City Board of Education carried out the excavation, recognition and research from 2005 through to 2008.
  432. In order to prevent a drop in quality, the Hakata-ori Company was established in 1880, which became Hakata-ori Trade Organization six years later, and after going through transitions, became the current Hakata-ori Textile Industrial Association as a capitalized association.
  433. In order to prevent confusion during the transition of power to the next generation, Yasutoki appointed his uncle, Tokifusa HOJO, as rensho (assistant to the shikken), established the hyojoshu - a consulting institution for making political decisions - and founded the collective leadership system.
  434. In order to prevent evil and misfortunes from easily traveling back and forth, and in order for people not to be spirited away, shimenawa (sacred rope) or hokora (small shrine) is set up to mark the sacred boundaries.
  435. In order to prevent flood disasters and to carry out development, he had Horie of Nanba dug and had Manda no tsutsumi (Manda Levee; in the vicinity of Neyagawa City, Osaka Prefecture) built.
  436. In order to prevent government officials counterfeiting coins in order to obtain Ikai (Court rank), any person who manufactured counterfeit coins was punished with removal of official rank and 'zan' (execution by decapitation).
  437. In order to prevent indiscriminate fishing, the fishing period is determined to be from the autumn when general Ukai finish to the next spring.
  438. In order to prevent mistaken boarding, announcements are expressly made for down trains that Ogura Station (Kyoto Prefecture) and Iseda Station will be bypassed.
  439. In order to prevent nuka-doko from rotting, it is necessary to stir it every day from the bottom and mix the part which touched the air into the depths.
  440. In order to prevent that, commercially available bokuju contains preservatives.
  441. In order to prevent the head of the pestle from chipping and any small piece of wood from contaminating mochi, the head of the pestle is put in a bucket filled with water to cause the pestle to absorb sufficient water before pounding mochi.
  442. In order to prevent the hem from sliding down, a cord was used to reinforce the garment at the waist.
  443. In order to prevent the storyteller sitting on ten zabuton from falling over, the zabuton are specially made and are thin but heavy, with nearly twice the amount of cotton stuffing as well as another smaller zabuton inside.
  444. In order to prevent this situation from occurring, not a few Hatamoto territories were forced to issue their own paper money as small clans and the tobichi territories of the clans in the Kanto region were.
  445. In order to prevent wearing by rubbing to make copies and provide grace as a treasure, all of the characters inscribed were inlaid with gold.
  446. In order to produce bright colors on sekihan, red food coloring is occasionally used.
  447. In order to produce shichusen, a mold is made by using tanesen (the original coin) as the matrix.
  448. In order to produce the high-class sake including Nihonshu Ginjoshu (high-quality sake brewed at low temperatures from rice grains milled to 60 % weight or less), it is considered that such high level rice-polishing technique, that is, low rice-polishing ratio, is indispensable.
  449. In order to promote aikido to the general public, it was often promoted as 'health exercise' and 'recreation.'
  450. In order to promote greater understanding of the Buddhist sutras, works on the "outer" beliefs (on Confucianism and other areas) will be stored here as well.
  451. In order to promote romanization of the Japanese language, he formed the "Romajikai" (Society for the Romanization of the Japanese Alphabet) and insisted on termination of the use of Chinese characters and kana writing.
  452. In order to protect against the emergent Hinduism, the middle stage of Mikkyo was established more seriously as a systematized form of Buddhism.
  453. In order to protect her young lord from rebellious retainers, she keeps men away from him, telling them that he suffers from men's illness, and she herself prepares his meals and guards him with her son of similar age, Senmatsu.
  454. In order to protect the legitimacy of the post of his older brother, Takauji, and of the Muromachi bakufu, he prioritized maintenance of the authority of the Retired Emperor Kogon over the life of the meritorious retainer.
  455. In order to protect the residents of the settlements, British and French troops were stationed in the settlements until 1875.
  456. In order to put an end to a situation where territories were seized by samurai families for long periods of time, the law ordered a division of the territories between the honjo and the samurai families, causing honjo to lose half of their territories.
  457. In order to put appointments of posts (ninkan) under the control of the shogun, Kanto-bugyo (a commissioner of the appointment to an office) was set up in the shogunate, who acted as a contact for samurai families (buke), who applied for ninkan.
  458. In order to raise the funds to build the temple, a trading vessel called Tenryu-ji-bune was set sail for Yuan Dynasty.
  459. In order to reach the Gorge, one can take a tram on the Sagano Scenic Line of the Sagano Scenic Railway from Saga Torokko Station to Kameoka Torokko Station, and then take the connecting bus to the boat pier (15 min).
  460. In order to realize justice, he established propagation facilities of the Kenpon Hokke Sect at many places and was constantly on the move.
  461. In order to realize the Satsuma-Choshu Alliance in 1866, he went to Choshu as envoy of Satsuma to explain the importance of the alliance, and arranged a meeting in Osaka between Takamori SAIGO and Takayoshi KIDO before visiting Choshu again as envoy.
  462. In order to realize the intentions and orders of the emperor reliably, a highly refined system was established, with orders carried out by the bureaucracy in accordance with a rigid hierarchy where each government office and official's duties and responsibilities were clearly defined.
  463. In order to realize the permanent operation of such an educational facility, Kukai asked many people--including the Emperor, ministers, marquises and high priests of all sects of Buddhism--to provide support and cooperation.
  464. In order to rebuild society, the Dynasties following the Wei Kingdom ruled based on the idea of odo omin.
  465. In order to rebuild the Ise-jingu Shrine, onshi who performed rituals of the shrine focused on Toyouke no Okami (Grand Divine Toyouke) enshrined in the geku (the outer shrine) and performed missionary work in various areas, such as distributing calendars, to encourage peasants to visit the Ise-jingu Shrine.
  466. In order to rebuild the defense which gave up the worst number, 74 goals, in J1 in 2006, the club acquired Yutaka AKITA and Ryuzo MORIOKA, the former defenders of the Japan national football team.
  467. In order to rebuild the structure of rule, Yoshihisa tried to establish the shogunate's power.
  468. In order to receive practical training (in the Shingon sect), koka-kanjo permission must be granted by the Ajari or master without exception.
  469. In order to record Enjaku's Goemon as one of the excellent performances filling the history of kabuki, a tapestry was woven based on the picture by Katsuyuki NABEI, and it is hung in the lobby of Kabuki-za Theatre.
  470. In order to record a diary, a Hosho (a note given from a high-class person to a lower-class person) is folded vertically once and closed at the right end with Mizubiki (ceremonial two-tone paper strings.)
  471. In order to reduce costs Toei pressed ahead with a drastic downsizing of the Kyoto studio between 1963 and 1964, and most of the employees were moved to either Toei TV Productions or Toei Animation.
  472. In order to reduce the weight, while small leather scales are used as the main body, vital parts are protected by properly mixing in small iron scales.
  473. In order to reestablish the Japanese Mimana Government, Emperor Suiko planned and executed a 'Seitogun' (an expeditionary force).
  474. In order to relieve her straightened circumstances, she opened a variety shop which sold cleaning implements and penny candy in Shitaya Ryusenji-cho (present Ryusen 1-chome, Taito Ward), but closed the shop in May 1894 and moved to Maruyama Fukuyama-cho, Hongo Ward (present Nishikata 1-chome).
  475. In order to remove the somber atmosphere of the Imperial Court accompanied by the death of Fusako MADENOKOJI, mother of Imperial Prince Sanehito, Nobunaga restaged a large Sagicho (ritual bonfire of New Year's decorations) held at Azuchi-jo Castle, requested by the Imperial Court: Hori.
  476. In order to resolve and clear up this gray area of the road usage licensing code, Fukuoka City established an 'investigative commission on the street stall issue' and discussed the basic policy in 1996.
  477. In order to resolve such conditions on a nationwide basis, places like Buddhists temples were used as a focal point to establish 'Fuseya.'
  478. In order to resolve the discrepancy mentioned above, Mint Bureau (Japan) was established by the petition of Shigenobu OKUMA, an officer of Foreign Affairs Council, an accountant and Goyo-gakari (a general affairs official of the Imperial Household) in February 1869.
  479. In order to respond to foreign ships that often came to Japan, in 1845, roju (member of shogun's council of elders), Masahiro ABE established Goyo-gakari for coastal defense (coastal defense department) to implement military reforms.
  480. In order to respond to such increase in the number, the kurokuwa (unit) was divided into three groups at the end of the Edo period and each of which was headed by kumikashira (a head of group) (whose yakudaka was 35 bales) appointed by Kurokuwakashira.
  481. In order to restore the devastated forests in the Ashio area, in 1897, the then Ministry of Agriculture and Commerce ordered plantation to Ashio, and since then a reforestation project has commenced and continues to the present (2006).
  482. In order to restrain the power of the Fujiwara clan, the Emperor Enyu intended to make Masanobu work as the ichi no kami (top court noble).
  483. In order to restrict maturation speed, most sakekasu products on the market carry a best before period of 120 days and an indication to store it below 10℃.
  484. In order to retrieve Emperor Antoku and the three sacred imperial treasures, Goshirakawa sent an emissary for peace negotiations.
  485. In order to return to painting activities as well, he made efforts to overcome the serious aftereffects of the illness through rehabilitation.
  486. In order to return to the class of shodaibu, they improved the Ezo's fighting tactics, wore oyoroi (big armor) and a sword composed of a blade and a hilt, used chokyu (long bow), flourished as cavaliers and firstly and publicly were authorized as families of military arts.
  487. In order to revitalize the local area and to deepen the understanding of occupations, organization of shopping streets or other groups organize an event which gives junior and senior high school students an opportunity to experience businesses, and such an event is sometimes called 'experiencing decchi' (in places like Osaka).
  488. In order to reward Yoshitsugu's service, Uchitsuomi was upgraded six years later to Naidaijin modeled after the case of Kamatari, and formally became the ministerial post as a Ryoge no kan.
  489. In order to run a street stall business, a vendor is required to obtain an operating license from the health care center; this is mandated by The Food Sanitation Act; also a vender is required to have a road usage license, from a Police Office, under The Road Traffic Act.
  490. In order to safely carry back the enormous amount of scriptures and Mandala, he left Chang'an at night but nevertheless, many Chang'an residents were present to say farewell.
  491. In order to save face, Saheiji found out where the townsman lived and killed not only him but also all the members of his family.
  492. In order to save material cost, kashimamochi wrapped with a plastic sheet shaped like an oak leaf is sold as well as Sakuramochi in some regions.
  493. In order to save on travel fees, he used the 'Nagasaki and Tokyo Marathon' held at that time to return to Tokyo.
  494. In order to save the Otaka-jo Castle in the Chita County (present Otaka, Midori Ward, Nagoya City), which had been trapped by the presence of the Oda side, he ordered Ieyasu TOKUGAWA and other commanders to take control of the forts of the Oda side located in the vicinity of Otaka.
  495. In order to save the submerging plum groves, some transplantable old trees were moved to the area around Mt. Tsukigaseoyama Tenjin-no Mori Forest and the three mountains surrounding Mt. Tsukigasedake.
  496. In order to secure the sound volume, the tensile strength of the string is high and the neck and the body are made strong so that they can stand the high tensile strength.
  497. In order to send Ryutokuko back to Tang, Wakoku dispatched MORI no Oishi and others as the Japanese envoy to the Tang Dynasty.
  498. In order to serve gelee over the dish, the gelee made of starch powder is poured on the top.
  499. In order to show his gratitude to Emperor Meiji who pardoned Yoshinobu from being the enemy of the Imperial Court and gave him the title of Koshaku, the highest rank of the peers, Yoshinobu directed in his will that his funeral be conducted in the Shinto style rather than the Buddhist style.
  500. In order to show particular cases of international law, political systems and history of western countries were often referred to and, therefore, it functioned as a source of information on situations in Europe and America which were thirsted at that time.
  501. In order to show respect to Kakunosuke NAKAMURA, who first introduced soccer to Japan, yatagarasu was used for a design of the emblem because his hometown was Nachikatsuura town that has Kumano Nachi Taisha Shrine.
  502. In order to show that was compiled by a royal command, imperial rescript to compile was sometimes issued ("Jin shu.")
  503. In order to simplify the problem, he introduced Sanpenho, that simplified the calculation by converting a circle into a straight line.
  504. In order to smoothen the combination of sounds, euphonic changes typical to the Kansai region are often applied to Kyo language.
  505. In order to solve quarrels between the disciples, Musashi and Kojiro promised to fight and not to bring disciples to the place.
  506. In order to solve the problem, a consolidation of prefectures was carried out in late 1871.
  507. In order to solve their financial problems, the domains protected and encouraged the production of goods, set up domestic meeting places (meeting places for productions) run by them, made merchants monopolize the purchase and sales by contracts, and gained the profits to fill the income of the domains.
  508. In order to solve these problems, he proposed the Emperor establish the Shinno-ningoku system.
  509. In order to solve this problem, Kobe was the first city to abolish the school district system.
  510. In order to solve this problem, the provisions concerning railway establishment were simplified, and Light Railway Law was issued in 1910.
  511. In order to soothe the anger of Watatsumi, Oto Tachibana Hime prayed: 'I will sacrifice myself for my husband, Prince Yamatotakeru, by drowning myself in the sea. I beg you to protect his expedition to the east.'
  512. In order to specialize in picking, it has a double-edged blade, and it is made thick so not to break easily (some have a cross section of the blade with an almost regular triangle shape).
  513. In order to stifle Sozen YAMANA, who was trying to attain the position of Shogun, Mitsuuji, an illegitimate child of Shogun Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA, gradually got back the treasures of Ashikaga clan that Sozen stole and hid, pretending to be a man with a rich love life like Hikaru Genji.
  514. In order to store and maintain the correspondence with the documents, the dates are indicated according to the lunar calendar (the Senmyo Calendar), except for the dates of births and deaths, and the names of eras during the period of the Northern and Southern Courts are expressed according to those designated by the Northern Court (Japan).
  515. In order to strengthen defensive capability, small kuruwas, such as an obikuruwa and a koshikuruwa, were sometimes built around the major kuruwas, such as the honmaru.
  516. In order to subjugate the Miura clan, Soun built Tamanawa-jo Castle in Kamakura in November of the same year.
  517. In order to subside inflation beginning in the Tanuma government, Sadanobu implemented the policy of simple and frugal life, controled public morals, and administered on an ultra-austerity budget.
  518. In order to successfully hunt the nine-tailed fox, Miuranosuke and Kazusanosuke (warriors) as well as many officers and soldiers trained their horseback shooting skill by chasing and hunting dogs imagining their tails were the fox and then started the attack again.
  519. In order to summon persons as mentioned above, there are cases where personal information is obtained with its purpose hidden from someone just meeting for the first time at an event site or at other places.
  520. In order to supervise two young generals, Hidetaka was dispatched to form the main unit.
  521. In order to suppress the generation of zatsumi, the temperature must be kept below thirty-five degrees centigrade even with release of fermentation heat.
  522. In order to suppress the rebellious troops led by Oama no Miko, Otomo no Oji (Prince Otomo who has been called Emperor Kobun since the Meiji era) sent three envoys to Yamato City (old capital of Asuka) to cooperate with Rusutsukasa (guard of city) of Yamato City, Takasaka no Okimi in forming troops.
  523. In order to suppress the remnants of Ise-Heishi (Taira clan), he was appointed to jito shiki (manager and lord of a private estate) of Nagano region in Ise Province, and was granted Ano and Anki Counties.
  524. In order to survive in the struggle for lands, many samurais in the Sengoku period preferred to use a picture of Myoga as their symbol on the battlefield, because the pronunciation of the term Myoga is the same as that of the term (冥加), which means luck.
  525. In order to take over the development businesses undertaken by the Hokkaido Development Agency, KURODA decided to make the government officials who worked under him retire to establish a company and sell the facilities and equipments belonging to the government at a low price.
  526. In order to take the responsibility of having been on the part of the West squad Chikamasa took the tonsure to enter a monastery in Mt. Koya after he transferred responsibility for the family to Kazumasa, but soon he was granted a pardon and came back to Sanuki, and died in Takamatsu-jo Castle (Sanuki Province) in 1603.
  527. In order to thoroughly deliver the contents of the notes to the people, the notes of Kosatsu was written in easily understandable mixed writing (characters and kana) or kana sentences, differentiated from the sentence style used for describing general law in code books.
  528. In order to thoroughly enforce the four aforementioned systems, the nations with the Ritsuryo system needed highly refined Ritsuryo codes and an advanced systematic bureaucracy based on those codes.
  529. In order to translate the original scriptures in Sanskrit, Tibetan grammar and vocabulary were set up, and due to the efforts of Shanyeshede (シャンイェシェデ), Kawaperutseku (カワペルツェク), Chokuroruigentsen (チョクロルイゲンツェン) and others it was completed in about 824.
  530. In order to understand the meaning of the dogma of 'the salvation of evil people,' it is extremely important that one knows how to interpret 'good people' and 'bad people.'
  531. In order to unify these multiple names and descriptions, the village name was changed from 'Tsukise Village' to 'Tsukigase Village' in 1968.
  532. In order to ward off conflicts between the foreigners and Japanese, the location of the port to be opened and its accompanying foreign settlement was made the village of Kobe, which at that time was 3.5 kilometers east of the urban area of Hyogo.
  533. In order to warn the court nobles and roshi (masterless samurai) in Kyoto who advocated the expulsion of the foreigners, Abe and Munehide MATSUDAIRA led an army of 4,000 soldiers to Kyoto.
  534. In order to wash a small fude, it is necessary for the brush tip not to wear out.
  535. In order to weaken Gozoku (local ruling family), he abolished Buqu (a serf) and also reformed the Jikifu system.
  536. In order to wear Jinbei, the attached sashes are tied together, and so no belt is required.
  537. In order to wear Wafuku, both men and women, put their arms through the sleeves, and wrap the body with the right-hand Okumi, and then overlap it with the left-hand Okumi.
  538. In order to weather that crisis, Katsura took a more clearly adversarial stand against the Russian Empire by concluding the Anglo-Japanese Alliance; he also succeeded in having Hirobumi ITO resigning his position as the president of the (Rikken) Seiyu party by kicking him up to chairman of the Privy Council.
  539. In order to welcome visitors, about 2,000 seedlings of 1,800 varieties of roses (mainly English Roses), clematises and herbs are cultivated and exhibited in the precincts of this temple.
  540. In order to win favor with these daimyo, and in return for permission to proselytize, some missionaries agreed both to support Japan's trade with Spain and Portugal and to provide them with weapons.
  541. In ordinary days, each individual homyo-jiku is rolled up, (except for laymen's houses where homyo-jiku are not rolled up but placed in boxes), while on the occasions of anniversaries of the death of ancestors, they are exposed to be hung in front of altars.
  542. In ordinary people, there was a rite called Fundoshi-iwai when a boy wore Fundoshi (loincloth) for the first time under heko-oya (acting parents asked for Fundoshi iwai), and was taught about sex.
  543. In ordinary practice, homyo-jiku of your parents (or any other person who died recently) should be hanged on the right hand side of an altar as you face it, and on the left hand side, so-homyo-jiku covering all homyo names of your ancestors.
  544. In ordinary sake-making methods, the starch component of that rice is gelatinized by steaming the rice to make the enzyme contained in rice malt work more effectively.
  545. In ordinary times, only obuku (also referred as obuppan, rice served for a family Buddhist alter) should be served.
  546. In origami, there are basic folds as follows:
  547. In other Arufumi (supplement volumes of explanatory notes in Nihonshoki), it is also described as the first or second god that appeared.
  548. In other Buddhist countries, priests do not get directly involved in funeral ceremonies.
  549. In other Kinki dialects, many people do not discriminate between '... rahen' and '... rehen,' which frequently causes communication gaps among speakers.
  550. In other areas, awabi liver is appreciated as a delicacy.
  551. In other areas, even just the name is rarely found.
  552. In other cases gate-like structures are used instead of Torii, and those are called 'Hosshinmon gate,' 'Shugyomon gate,' 'Bodaimon gate,' and 'Nehanmon gate' respectively.
  553. In other cases it indicates only Zuishinin-ryu.
  554. In other cases, a series of vowels may be combined, to pronounce, for example, 'meru' instead of 'mieru' (literally, 'can be seen' or 'look like').
  555. In other cases, forests are sometimes cut down around their circumference, or the edges are trimmed to make way for road expansion.
  556. In other cases, special Chochin called Bon chochin (Bon Festival Lantern) are displayed in front of the Buddhist altar; Toro (lanterns) of wooden frames covered with paper are set adrift in a ceremony called Toronagashi; and Chochin on small boats are floated down a river in the Shoryonagashi ceremony.
  557. In other cases, temporary structures set up on previously enshrined land or the house of the head (tonin) of the parishioners (ujiko) also serve as otabisho.
  558. In other cases, the place where a kami stays (a shintai) was thought to be the boundary between this world and the eternal world and thus the entrance to the kingdom of gods.
  559. In other castles, such functions were provided in a Ninomaru (second central castle compartment) or a Sannomaru (third central castle compartment), and the honmaru was a small area which functioned as a tsumenomaru during battle.
  560. In other countries
  561. In other countries, 'Glass bowl with gold leaf' (Sandwich glass, unearthed in Alexandria and owned by the British Museum) around 300 to 250 BC has a plant pattern with the kirikane technique placed between the two layers of transparent glass.
  562. In other countries, a deficiency of food became a serious problem in many developing countries mainly in Africa and children, a substantial number of so called 'Poorly-fed Children' in Japan, exist.
  563. In other countries, it is said that it is extremely difficult to turn a profit with the railway business, and thus, the railway business cannot work out without the investments of the government or other organizations.
  564. In other countries, the technique is used mainly for cooking meat.
  565. In other higher schools the specialized faculties and university preparatory courses were completely separated, and higher schools became institutions of higher education that provided only preparatory education for imperial universities.
  566. In other historical materials, such as "Gyokuyo"(Diary of Kujo-Kanezane), however, there was a view that Noritsune survived the Battle of Ichi-no-tani, and there are many ambiguous points with respect to the true image of Noritsune, including whether or not he was a valiant general.
  567. In other languages besides Japanese, different words are mostly used to indicate the board Sugoroku type game and the picture Sugoroku type game.
  568. In other material, Nobutoshi KINOSHITA's "Keicho Juhachi-nen Nikki" (Diary of 1613) is found 'Muni' who had served Nobutoshi; Nobutoshi was a brother-in-law of Tadaoki HOSHOKAWA and the lord of Hiji-jo Castle at that time.
  569. In other materials, information of the fight between Muni and the Yoshioka in front of the shogun is not found, therefore, that anecdote might be a fabrication as well which Iori or someone came up with for enhancing the story by involving the shogun family.
  570. In other opinions, Kokushi kasei joso appeared as the evidence that these Zoshikinin worked with local influential persons to counter the Kokushi and Zuryo class.
  571. In other parts of the world, government posts were sold in order to increase revenue when governments faced a financial predicament.
  572. In other places than Hakata, people often tie up a sarashi loincloth of five meters long in the same way as a mawashi loincloth.
  573. In other regions and restaurants, where the word Unaju means overlapped eel, rice sandwiched in between two broiled eels, that is, one eel is put on the surface of the rice and the other eel placed under the rice, is called Unaju.
  574. In other regions, persons who are, for example, a member of a royal family and are given a vast territory, became duke.
  575. In other regions, selling pufferfish was prohibited but it was mostly in name only.
  576. In other religions, there is some logical basis for all things that are disliked such as Kegare.
  577. In other sections, there are small stores and urban houses.
  578. In other sects like Icchi school, mandala are not necessarily their principal image.
  579. In other sects, a ritual for transferring a soul from plain wood ihai to real ihai is held on the occasion of Manchuin memorial service or Hyakkanichi memorial service (memorial service on the 100th day after death) and plain wood ihai is burnt thereafter.
  580. In other sects, attendants pick up incense from an incense container, put it into an incense burner after holding it in front of the forehead and repeat such action three times.
  581. In other sects, especially in the schools of Zen Sect, a big amount of fuse is requested because fuse (a fee for chanting sutra, a fee for kaimyo, and so on) is deemed as an expression of faith which substitutes for ascetic practices.
  582. In other sects, ihai has the meaning of a religious service, and also building a tower is considered to be a religious service.
  583. In other sects, it is said that a picture is better than myogo and a statue is better than a picture.
  584. In other sects, kaimyo is written on ihai and when the number of ihai increased substantially, they are abolished and kaimyo is removed to Kakocho (a family register of dead).
  585. In other sects, there is no reason for not conducting Monoimi for kubo (shogunal representative). There is no problem for believers of other sects'/schools' to conduct monoimi. Further, monto must not slander believers of other sects for conducting monoimi.'
  586. In other word, it became called 'Onsen-manju' since it was manju sold in towns of hot springs; and Onsen-manju became a standard Japanese confectionery sold in souvenir shops or served in a Japanese-style hotel of towns of hot springs.
  587. In other words it means Dai-Gohonzon, which includes all Sandaihiho.
  588. In other words most of the land was the land in custody; however, the territory of Shibamura Domain became more than 100,000 koku.
  589. In other words, "?" means persons of Taira and/or the relatives of the Taira family.
  590. In other words, 'In' meant 'kanin' under the ritsuryo system in Japan.
  591. In other words, 'NAKATOMI no Kamatari' is used to refer to Kamatari when he was alive, but 'FUJIWARA no Kamatari' is used to refer to him as the 'founder of the Fujiwara clan.'
  592. In other words, 1 shaku of the kane-jaku was the length of one step (the area of 1 bu became larger to be 6 shaku square in the kane-jaku for present 1 bu).
  593. In other words, Dazai-fu was temporarily abolished in February 742 and Chinzei-fu was established in Tsukushi in December 743.
  594. In other words, Deshidama is packed upwards in an X shape so that they are fixed.
  595. In other words, Emperor Keitai who had quiet a remote collateral lineage, displayed his legitimacy in a kind of irimuko (man who takes his wife's premarital family name) by making Princess Tashiraka as his empress, who was the younger sister of the former emperor with the right genealogy.
  596. In other words, Fukuzawa insisted that 'true enlightenment could not be achieved in the position of government officials but should be achieved by the power of private sector.'
  597. In other words, Gokuraku, relatively speaking, is a peaceful place for feeling and the body, as opposed to pain in the real world.
  598. In other words, Hideyori had still formally been Ieyasu's master.
  599. In other words, Hideyoshi's katanagari edict could not completely disarm soson.
  600. In other words, Izumo kokuso kanyogoto describes Amenohohi as a great god who settled the ground.
  601. In other words, Japan's national isolation indicated a regime in which the Bakufu restricted and controlled not only authority of diplomacy, but also controlled trade.
  602. In other words, Japanese 'slave sprit' which was pointed out by them was a problem which was recognized by confronting the term "individual" ("individuality").
  603. In other words, Jingikan is placed above daijokan in Shikinryo (the law which stipulated duties of the ministries), but is placed below daijokan in documental administration.
  604. In other words, Kanami was a nephew of Masashige KUSUNOKI.
  605. In other words, Karumi is a form of expression through which a poet can deeply communicate with nature or their surroundings via empathy or telepathy and feel the essence of the subject, from which the poet can express what they felt through poetry.
  606. In other words, Liang Qichao not only rediscovered and reevaluated Yomeigaku but also introduced the movement to create a national spirit supported by Yomeigaku into China from Japan during the Meiji period.
  607. In other words, Naomasa was Ieyasu's advisor.
  608. In other words, Nobunaga's military strategy was to protect the almost defenceless teppo units that functioned as his main force in the battle against the Takeda cavalry.
  609. In other words, Omi were relatively independent towards the regime, while Muraji regarded vassalage to the great king their essential.
  610. In other words, Shugouke encouraged the expansion and accumulation of Shugoryo and it was a factor that formed the Shugo-ryogoku system (the system that a Shugo dominates a manor).
  611. In other words, Zenpo can be evaluated to be a transitional author who served as a bridge between Zeami's and Zenchiku's theories and the modern theories.
  612. In other words, a cone-shaped pit dwelling with a diameter of approx. six meters could be restored.
  613. In other words, a difficult problem, 'which Japan should choose, the state or the law?' arose.
  614. In other words, a typical example of city planning is the Wakamiya-oji Street extending from Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu Shrine to Yuigahama as the central line of the city.
  615. In other words, adjustment within was impossible and had to be decided by lottery.
  616. In other words, all of the three characters die either in this act or in the following act.
  617. In other words, all of these cultural regions didn't share a common set of cultural elements differing only in details; instead, each cultural region selected and maintained several cultural elements suited for the environment in each region.
  618. In other words, although it has experienced a decline, Hoko-ji Temple, the oldest temple in Japan, has maintained its traditions up until today, the 21st century.
  619. In other words, although, Toiya make deals under their own name and become the ones that assume rights and obligations to the parties that Toiya are making deals with, the profits and losses from the deals are restored to the consignor.
  620. In other words, an image of Dakiniten riding a fox (which has not existed in India) has not been depicted in Taizo Mandala (Womb Realm Mandala) or the orthodox scriptures or ritual manuals of Esoteric Buddhism and was created in medieval Japan and the like.
  621. In other words, another king of Wa, who was not the king of the Yamato kingship, resided in northern Kyushu, where the capital of Wa was located.
  622. In other words, apparently there was no original technique to make a door aperture until that time.
  623. In other words, as Chigaku TANAKA said, the word meant '"Myo" mentioned in "Enkyo" in Shikyo Heisetsu of Hotoeza, i.e., Hotoza.'
  624. In other words, assisting the jobs of the father and son of the Ichijo family, the trio were those that could be said to be representatives of the Kamakura bakufu in Kyoto.
  625. In other words, because of the above reasons, although many Buddhist monks who were not Rinnoji no miya (title given to imperial princes who had entered the priesthood) became Tendai-zasu, they were just head priests of the temple on Mt. Hiei, not of the Tendai sect as a whole.
  626. In other words, being apart from original Kebiishi duty, they were summoned wearing Kyusen (Bow and arrow) that was forbidden for others except for military officers and military horses were supplied by Meryo during their duty.
  627. In other words, civilizations of Africa and Asia were considered as the stage in development which Europe had experienced in distant past, and those civilizations and people outside Europe were regarded as'primitive' and 'inferior'.
  628. In other words, death is not a complete end of human beings and by believing in Jesus Christ one's wishes for eternal life and rebirth are granted.
  629. In other words, direction is never changed.
  630. In other words, during the month of October all the regions of Japan other than Izumo are emptied of their gods, because all the gods in the entire land assemble at Izumo Taisha Shrine to discuss the year's events.
  631. In other words, each debater has a different opinion on whether the Boxers had a patriotic doctrine or were the stimulant for nationalism.
  632. In other words, each of the twelve persons who killed Tokimura Hojo, assistant to shikken, in a night, saying that "they had been ordered to do so," was held into custody in the residence of a powerful retainer of the shogun, but in ten days, all of them were decapitated "saying that the reason was false."
  633. In other words, enka songs were political satire, and the name 'enka' is said to have begun to be used at the end of the 19th century when the crackdown on speech was intensified and people began to sing songs instead of making speeches.
  634. In other words, even if hot water is added to shochu and the temperature is raised, if there is not more heating in addition to that, it is not warming sake.
  635. In other words, even if the Emperor's side desired abdication, it was impossible unless Nobunaga agreed.
  636. In other words, funerals remained elaborate for some people but were simple for the majority.
  637. In other words, he attempted to create a spacial arrangement so that a person, by looking at the astronomical chart, then the world map, the map of Japan, and then the national map, could confirm where they were from a universal point of view.
  638. In other words, he belonged to Ashikaga Shogun family Goikke (head and branch family of Ashikaga).
  639. In other words, he continued to resist Imperial monarchy because errors are unacceptable when it comes to the possession of absolute political power.
  640. In other words, he explains that Arahabaki had the characteristic of being a 'sae no kami' (god that prevents intrusion).
  641. In other words, he interpreted the word as 'to investigate things' (investigate ri to the utmost in conformity with things, with 'kaku' meaning 'reach'.)
  642. In other words, he is expelled from the religious community permanently.
  643. In other words, he is recognized as a full-fledged rakugoka.
  644. In other words, he only described his attempt to kill Kira using his sword arising from a personal grudge, but he never described his motive or the background.
  645. In other words, he ordered the page to handle it as a regular refill by emptying the bowl, demonstrating Ietsuna's desire not to cause any remonstration.
  646. In other words, he preached shomon for people who were seeking it, engaku for people who were seeking it, and bosatsu for people who were seeking it; he made different types of preaching's to different people.
  647. In other words, he told the officer never to present him again with such rude letters from barbarians.
  648. In other words, he wanted to learn in the Kobe Naval Training Center, but it was closed the next year, so it is not clear whether he could actually learn anything there.
  649. In other words, he was a big man standing over 180 cm.
  650. In other words, his main residence was next to Yoshiie's residence.
  651. In other words, hojo, made through repetition of mokoku, was considered unreliable, while monuments were deemed more authentic because they, despite being weathered, remained as they had originally been to some extent.
  652. In other words, if a person is listed in a certain Ie, the person was proved to belong to the Ie.
  653. In other words, if one can tell this story well, the one can be recognized as a professional rakugo story teller.
  654. In other words, in Japan gold was cheap and silver was extremely valuable.
  655. In other words, in addition to low silver production, amount was in short supply by distribution to foreign country and population increased by double, causing development of economic activity on large scale.
  656. In other words, in ancient Japan, Kyushu was authoritative.
  657. In other words, in relation to the countless examples of members of the Minamoto and Taira clans serving as seii taishogun, and besides being the recipient of Shogun proclamations, he wished to report to the Emperor that the Hojo clan had been subjugated.
  658. In other words, in spite of being divorced from the Hosokawa family, Shunmoji did not separate from Tadataka (who was called Kyumu NAGAOKA, after being disinherited from the Hosokawa family in 1604) until 1611.
  659. In other words, in the ritsuryo system it was stipulated that power be concentrated in the hands of the emperor, but with the appearance of the regent and chancellor, the emperor's deputy and adviser, the regent's house began to take over the emperor's right to exercise sovereignty.
  660. In other words, intangible cultural property refers to certain 'art,' such as arts and crafts or performing arts.
  661. In other words, it can be assumed that prayers that belonged to the so-called Yogoto (tribute) genre by ORIKUCHI's definition happened to be called 'Norito.'
  662. In other words, it can be recognized that those people who were organized under the tato and fumyo class, such as low-ranked people, servants, and retainers, were placed outside the nation's interest.
  663. In other words, it can be said that multilayered classes were formed within a village in those days.
  664. In other words, it can be said that the legs (arms) are growing out of its head (which is also the case with squid, and the Japanese word for cephalopoda is derived from this fact).
  665. In other words, it has been commonly viewed that junyoze (Buddhism Ten Factors of Life) in the Chapter of Expedient Means of "the Lotus Sutra" is a free translation by Kumaraju or dogma.
  666. In other words, it is a book of secrets of the art.
  667. In other words, it is an ashtray for mosquito repellent sticks.
  668. In other words, it is doubtful that tabs were also kept on people controlled by chiefs and Gozoku (local ruling families) who had a family or clan name.
  669. In other words, it is estimated that the amount in the last glacial period was three or four times that of today.
  670. In other words, it is hard to recognize the source material.
  671. In other words, it is highly possible that in this area, Amaterasu Omikami and Seoritsu-hime were regarded as a pair of gods, combined with the tradition of Mikoiwa Stone on which Amaterasu Omikami placed his headdress.
  672. In other words, it is not a class system of thought from feudal society to be applied to the Japanese people as a whole.
  673. In other words, it is now viewed that the brewers at that time resorted to shochu spirit that was then high-proof beverage, because they could not produce industrially fermented beverage like today.
  674. In other words, it is safe to say that Yoshizawa's koto pieces (as well as those by Kengyo MITSUZAKI) defined the direction Japanese music would take after the Meiji period, with 'Chidori Music' being a turning point.
  675. In other words, it is the Shakumon.
  676. In other words, it is the fourth god.
  677. In other words, it may be correct to say that the Hanshi refers to all people who owned Hanseki (domain registers).
  678. In other words, it means Gyokuro, Bancha, Hojicha (roasted green tea), Genmaicha (tea with roasted rice) and so on, other than Sencha (in a narrow sense).
  679. In other words, it means that the sutras which were preached before Hokekyo are all temporary teachings, or Gonkyo.
  680. In other words, it referred to a person who was man of both learning and great virtue.
  681. In other words, it refers to an enmacho (a report card on a dead person describing his/her sins and activities during his/her lives) kept by Enma Daio (the Great King Yama) of hell.
  682. In other words, it refers to male government officials of Goi or higher.
  683. In other words, it seems that Kawachibon was a newly created composite text by actively modifying the original text so that the meaning was easily put across.
  684. In other words, it took a little while for the original style akari shoji to be technically improved into the current style.
  685. In other words, it was Oyamato-jinja Shrine.
  686. In other words, it was Toeizan Kanei-ji Temple who controlled theTendai sect in the Edo period but not Enryaku-ji Temple on Mt. Hiei.
  687. In other words, it was a government.
  688. In other words, it was a group which aimed for intellectuals to deepen their friendship and scholarship and to enlighten the people like those in Western countries.
  689. In other words, it was a political city, rather than a military city concerned with invasion by different ethnic groups from remote regions of China.
  690. In other words, it was a theory of gradual advance.
  691. In other words, it was actually a governance by a coalition of jizamurai under the name of the Negoro-ji Temple.
  692. In other words, it was an equal between husband and wife based on sharing roles.
  693. In other words, it was pricked 100 times with a drill and the prize money was 300 ryo for the first, 10 ryo for every 5th, 20 ryo for every 10th, 200 ryo for the 50th and 1000 ryo for the 100th.
  694. In other words, it was the subcontracted company that worked together under a contract unlike a life time worker that served their master's company.
  695. In other words, it's a raw hamburger patty that is breaded like a cutlet and deep fried.
  696. In other words, kokudaka showed not only the financial power but also the troop strength of Sengoku daimyo (Japanese territorial lord in the Sengoku period).
  697. In other words, likes and dislikes between individuals emerge within the group.
  698. In other words, many local samurai managed to secure independence, survival and opportunities to expand their territory by establishing multiple relationships with powerful and influential individuals who shared mutual interests.
  699. In other words, many people think that Genji just uses him for his own ends.
  700. In other words, most of Shijin were unable to achieve their goals and suffered from a sense of frustration to some extent.
  701. In other words, myoshu rights, which had been inalienable and hereditary, were now regarded as being transferable or non-hereditary rights, whose ownership changed from one generation to the next.
  702. In other words, not only the fact that the provincial governor could no more wield his authority over shoen, but also the fact that innocho kudashibumi had superiority over the Emperor's decree were confirmed by this incident.
  703. In other words, on the background of 'A theory of wives and concubines' he had an idea that the practice of monogamy was natural, and his marriage itself was a contract marriage.
  704. In other words, one aspect of this incident shows Masako's involvement in relinquishment of shogunship from Yoriie to Sanetomo and the role of Masako is surely a good material in the study of the power structure of the Kamakura bakufu, as it eventually developed into the post of shikken.
  705. In other words, only area and borders of alloted farmland were recorded, but neither jori naming system to specify its absolute position nor chiwari according to jori were stipulated.
  706. In other words, only the chief (tori) can put them out = shin o uteru.
  707. In other words, rakugo differs from theatrical performances that are accompanied by gestures in every part of the story, and gestures in rakugo are added to complement the words when it is difficult for them to convey the meaning of the story on their own.
  708. In other words, sakana can be seafood or vegetables as long as it goes well with alcoholic beverages.
  709. In other words, samurai indicated the persons who were recognized as masters of the martial arts by kokuga.
  710. In other words, since shochu appeared much later than Japanese sake, the way to drink Japanese sake was directly applied to shochu, too.
  711. In other words, since yeast cannot carry out alcohol fermentation directly from starch, starch must be saccharified in preparation for fermentation.
  712. In other words, some of the kodan reading materials feature no one except samurai.
  713. In other words, steamed soybeans are packed in formed polystyrene or paper containers and a dispersion liquid containing pure cultured bacillus subtilis natto is sprayed onto them.
  714. In other words, such a possibility is pointed out as he was born from a hierarchy which people had no surname.
  715. In other words, such problems can be simplified into single-variable equations by using elimination theory and then could be solved by numerically applying the Horner method.
  716. In other words, ten realms x ten realms x ten factors x three worlds = three thousand.
  717. In other words, that was the law to establish order for the court nobles, the samurai families, and Buddhist monks to serve the emperor and seii taishogun that was delegated the administration of the country by the emperor.
  718. In other words, the Boxer Rebellion was an important development in the lead-up to the Xinhai Revolution.
  719. In other words, the Calvary started to shift from having swords as main weapons, instead of Kyusen.
  720. In other words, the Crown Prince Akihito was the first Japanese who mounted the winners' platform of F1 Grand Prix.
  721. In other words, the Crown Prince and the woman at the poetry reading party are in a complete different setting.
  722. In other words, the East-Asian authors avoided writing anything that had no historical sources.
  723. In other words, the Edo bakufu was not a dictatorship of the Tokugawa shogun himself, but a dictatorship in the framework of the Tokugawa family.
  724. In other words, the GHQ allowed Takigawa to return to Kyoto University but other staff who resigned did not return (however, Tsuneto returned for a short period with a joint appointment in the post-war years).
  725. In other words, the Gikeiki is centered on MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune's personality, not on the actual battles or on a description of the large-scale pattern of human involvement in them.
  726. In other words, the Gosaga-Genji ended during the lifetime of Koreyasu.
  727. In other words, the Insai school teaches a shooting method conceived during an era when powerful bows and arrows were used and by walking warriors who fight on the battlefield to kill the enemy, as the name suggests, it is extremely practical and reasonable.
  728. In other words, the Japanese Army bragged about its highly disciplined army both within it and outside, but this was not actually true, as vehemently pursued by a journalist of "Yorozuchoho" called Shusui KOTOKU.
  729. In other words, the Luli System was established upon the effects and circumstances of the Luli Codes, and it is important not to confuse the two, since even if it could be said that they were closely related, they were two different concepts.
  730. In other words, the Ministry of Home Affairs was reorganized to establish seven bureaus in the ministry, add Bureau of Shrines to Bureau of Areas, and rename Bureau of Shrines and Temples as Bureau of Religions.
  731. In other words, the Oda clan was already not under Nobunaga's direct control, therefore, if Nobunaga himself had a huge military force, it would have had a harmful influence on the organization (It was acceptable that Nobutada had a large military force).
  732. In other words, the Shigo of Emperor Chuai is not based on an actual name, but is an abstract common noun.
  733. In other words, the Shijo school is one of the developed styles of the Maruyama school.
  734. In other words, the Tang dynasty paid the expenses to send those Japanese back home.
  735. In other words, the allied western powers dispatched an army to China and implemented a clean up operation of the Boxers even before proclamation of war by the Qing dynasty.
  736. In other words, the book can be said one of the origins of those novels that are based on historical materials.
  737. In other words, the central government took Shigakko for schools for training patriots to rebel against the government.
  738. In other words, the criteria for "civilized nation" was how close to western culture and, with this criteria, countries in the world were classified into three categories.
  739. In other words, the direction that the bell swings and the long axis of Ryuzu bisect each other at right angles.
  740. In other words, the direction that the bell swings and the long axis of Ryuzu is the same (there are some exceptions).
  741. In other words, the display of the high level of applications and individuality can only be accomplished by steady learning of Kata.
  742. In other words, the distribution of the Jomon earthenware is not confined strictly within the border of today's Japan.
  743. In other words, the entire battle was framed upon a strategically planned surprise attack.
  744. In other words, the existing schools of Noh are the ones that were selected by Hideyoshi out of the many schools of sarugaku.
  745. In other words, the first railway in Japan was built to connect the Yokohama and Tsukiji foreign settlements.
  746. In other words, the following two aspects are covered.
  747. In other words, the idea that, from a Shinto or Buddhism perspective, no distinction is made between whether you visit a shrine (a Shinto place of worship) or temple (a Buddhist place of worship) remains today, and this applies not only to hatsumode, but to other cases as well.
  748. In other words, the idea was that if the practice of Katatagae for travelling to one place to another except one's home should be more lightly treated than that of involving one's home, it was convenient to assume that a place which, in fact, was not one's home, would be 'one's home'.
  749. In other words, the local high officials of the Qing dynasty conspired to make the interests of the provinces a priority and took a first step to make sure that the influence of the Boxers would not reach their areas.
  750. In other words, the monks individually performed incantations and offered fervent prayers under close relationships with nobles and other persons in authority, which resulted in focusing on private lives in the residential facilities, to which they belonged.
  751. In other words, the music of jiuta was almost completed at the highest level.
  752. In other words, the necessity of a national anthem is generated by a military band on the occasion of extending diplomatic courtesy and, even today, there are national anthems that have no words like Spanish National Anthem, Marcha Real.
  753. In other words, the notes should be inserted so that the bereaved family see the rear side of the notes when they try to extract the notes with the front side of the naka-bukuro facing them.
  754. In other words, the official meaning of 'national treasure' was different before 1950 than it was afterward; a national treasure under the former law is equivalent to an important cultural property under the Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties.
  755. In other words, the original meaning of 'Kusanagi no Tsurugi' bears a sinister connotation of 'Jada no Tsurugi' (the sword of an evil serpent), coming from the tail of a monstrous serpent.
  756. In other words, the process of traveling to holy sites makes people reconfirm their ties with God and strengthens their religious beliefs.
  757. In other words, the promotion of shinuchi and the show are inseparable.
  758. In other words, the purpose of Watsuji Rinrigaku was to understand the true state of real life by way of interpretation rather than simply constructing a new concept.
  759. In other words, the rank of Guji of seikai is higher than that of Negi of meikei.
  760. In other words, the role of the conservation facility was to adjust the temperature and humidity in the facility to match those of the stone chamber so that the chamber was not subject to the outside conditions when staff entered the stone chamber.
  761. In other words, the sacredness of a pavillion stems from the place where it is located.
  762. In other words, the side of Emperor Tenmu bribed Dogyo into stealing for the purpose of recovering the Kusanagi no tsurugi which YAMATO Takeru no Mikoto left in the care of Miyazu Hime at his own discretion, resulting in letting go of.
  763. In other words, the situation was such that anyone could succeed to the throne.
  764. In other words, the state in which a batch of petit kaichitsujo of each countries existed overlapping with each other was the international order in the world of East Asia in premodern era, namely kaichitsujo as a whole.
  765. In other words, the station was renamed Higashiyama Station when it was rebuilt as an underground station.
  766. In other words, the station was to serve as defense for Mt. Hiei.
  767. In other words, the techniques required for present bartenders were necessary for sakaya in the early Showa period.
  768. In other words, the theory holds that it takes many years for a samisen to become a shamichoro, just as it takes a long time and sufficient training for a shami to become a choro.
  769. In other words, the theory supported the expulsion of foreigners from Japan by force.
  770. In other words, the time in which the taste of sake can be enjoyed in real time is short.
  771. In other words, the under half of Hajitomi stood unopened.
  772. In other words, the use of the arrowhead as weapons increased.
  773. In other words, the word "saburafu" originally included the nuance of not only "bushi" but also other low- to middle-ranking ginou kanjin such as myoboke (legal experts), so it did not have the connotation of warrior or soldier.
  774. In other words, the word Bunjin (Shijin) was able to cut itself off from the one-sided interpretation based on the Confucian model that 'Bunjin is a person who should govern a nation and provide relief to people.'
  775. In other words, the world of 'relatives' of the period of regents partially remained.
  776. In other words, there are questions about whether "Ugetsu Monogatari" was really finished in 1768 as the preface said, and what is meant by the long period of eight years before its publication.
  777. In other words, there is a nationwide trend to invent or reinvent local dishes in order to boost tourism and industry.
  778. In other words, there is a possibility that Genji choja was not identical with the betto of both Shogakuin and Junnain.
  779. In other words, there were many corrupt priests who did not even train themselves in Buddhist ascetic practices.
  780. In other words, they are excluded from taxation.
  781. In other words, they are gods who are enshrined by Kiinokuni no miyatsuko (the governor in Kii Province).
  782. In other words, they are regarded as having the supernatural power to communicate with paranormal entities, enabling them to give appropriate advice to those seeking an oracle.
  783. In other words, they are the gods who are enshrined in this province.
  784. In other words, they had extremely strong comradeship and solidarity.
  785. In other words, they must have begun using the name sankyoku to distinguish heikyoku from their new, professionally engaged three instruments (shamisen (mainly for Jiuta), koto and kokyu) and their tunes (Jiuta, Sokyoku (koto music) and Kokyu-gaku (kokyu music)).
  786. In other words, they thought that the aging of the buildings meant that 'kegare' (weakening) would dissipate the vital energy endowed by the kami, so their reconstruction would also renew the energy of the kami to make the people full of energy again.
  787. In other words, they were positioned in the smallest unit of a controlling organization.
  788. In other words, they were sustained during the siege because Japanese, Europeans, Americans, and Chinese united without big conflict, preventing an internal debacle.
  789. In other words, they were the Buddhism under the Ritsuryo system; the priests of these sects were just scholars studying Buddhism under the protection of the nation, and as for actual religious activity, they just performed some magical prayers for the idea of Chingo-Kokka (guarding the nation by Buddhism).
  790. In other words, they were used as an example of something that cannot be controlled, even by a great power.
  791. In other words, this could be said to be on a par with the popular folklore of identifying Genghis Khan with MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune.
  792. In other words, this did not mean the Kira clan as an independent feudal lord, but the Kira clan was forced to obey Yoshimoto IMAGAWA.
  793. In other words, this indicates and allows to say that Masamune did not give up his ambition in his lifetime until the moment of his death, to acquire the right of ruling Japan.
  794. In other words, this is 'Kamae' (posture.)
  795. In other words, this is a story of the death of Amenowakahiko and his resurrection as Ajisukitakahikone.
  796. In other words, this maybe the only record written about him.
  797. In other words, this naohi has a function of 'reflection.'
  798. In other words, this suggests that in some cases, documents written by Moritoki or his Kao could guarantee equal authenticity as those of Yoritomo and of OE no Hiromoto, the head of Mandokoro.
  799. In other words, this transfer did not actually aim to deprive Hisamasa of his political power.
  800. In other words, to emphasize a frame by cutting off a scene at the last frame of a page and put an important scene in the first frame of the next page.
  801. In other words, together with the central Namu Myohorenge-kyo and the Holy Entities of the Jikkai on both sides, it expresses the entire life of Nichiren Dai-Shonin
  802. In other words, two third of all the former warriors were ruined.
  803. In other words, unless countersigned by the Minister of State, the law was invalid and, further, while it was formally possible for the emperor to refuse to give sanction, it was practically impossible for him to do so.
  804. In other words, what Mizoguchi said was to put them back to the original position; outraged by this, the assistant director went home.
  805. In other words, what is important is not whether "the Imperial family owns the three sacred imperial treasures," but that the three sacred imperial treasures are "what the Imperial family owns."
  806. In other words, when a sentence is understood by placing commas and periods (or breath breaks) in a different way, the sentence can have a different meaning.
  807. In other words, when chogin (the silver coin used as the currency by weight) was balanced with 4 ryo of fundo, the chogin's currency value was equivalent to 40 monme of silver.
  808. In other words, while acting to maintain kokugaryo territories as gunji or goji on the Kokuga side, they also attempted to enlarge manors as shokan on the manor side.
  809. In other words, while an innocho kudashibumi was issued for important matters of the government, an inzen was used when immediate and flexible actions are required.
  810. In other words, while the existence of "sekai" (the world) is recognized objectively even without "a view of the world," "Tenka" exists ideologically based on the fixed principle of order.
  811. In other words, with katanagari policy, the government sought to directly deter the peasants from forming ikki by disarming the soson (a community consisting of peasants' self-governing association) which would otherwise have the physical power to have peasants form an ikki league and revolt against the government.
  812. In other yamakasa festivals in Fukuoka City, its outskirts, and Saga Prefecture, a kakite must wear a mizu happi and a fundoshi shimekomi as a rule.
  813. In others cases, procedures of independent cases are often determined by individual laws and ordinances.
  814. In our daily life, Shiniki is considered as a place for stalls.
  815. In our times too, it gave rise to mock "Ise Monogatari" such as "Ese Monogatari" (the Tales of Ese by Yoshinori SHIMIZU).
  816. In overseas countries, some people say that sake originated from the rice wine which was made around the Yangtze River in China, where rice cropping was begun around 4800 B.C., and exported to Japan.
  817. In paintings before the introduction of Japonism, the horizon was usually depicted horizontally in the lower half of the picture, although it is difficult to compare this in the two pictures shown on the left.
  818. In paintings, he was good at ink-wash painting and skilled at appraisal of calligraphic works and paintings.
  819. In parallel with acquisition of labor for the development, construction and improvement of ponds, ditches and dikes were also carried out.
  820. In parallel with permanent yorishiro fixed inside shrines, these Yama (imitation mountains) have been fabricated and used in festivals as temporary yorishiro to represent or reconfirm the descent of gods.
  821. In parallel with that, provincial constables began controlling and governing samurais (called Kokujin) in their own territories.
  822. In parallel with the national reformation described above, Kanbyo Engi Togoku War (Disturbance by robberies in Togoku during the eras between Kanbyo [889 to 898] and Engi [901 to 923]) occurred.
  823. In parallel with the study of the Takeda clan, compilation of documents relating to the Takeda clan is also being conducted.
  824. In parallel with these processes, the shugo, with their strong economy, recruited as vassals even influential figures called kokujin, such as the jito (estate steward) and the myoshu (owner of the paddy field) in the province, in addition to the zaicho-kannin mentioned above.
  825. In parallel with this stratagem, he plotted to bring about the internal collapse of the Amago family.
  826. In parallel with this, Asahi yaki reached a new height of prosperity by producing high class utensils for tea ceremony according with the trend of Uji cha.
  827. In parallel with this, from around 1738, when the Daijo-sai festival was revived, the Emperor and Kaneyoshi had begun preparations to overhaul the Imperial Court.
  828. In parallel with this, the Muromachi bakufu adopted the local government system, and the administration of the nation after the mid 15th century was called the Bakufu-Shugo System.
  829. In parallel, the bakufu made efforts to stabilize society through restricting Christianity-related activities and strengthening the control of trade.
  830. In part of a written copy of Masukagami, the name of the Prince 世良 is accompanied by an instruction to read as "yoyoshi," and the name of prince 尊良 has an instruction to pronounce as "takayoshi."
  831. In part, these incidents gave lyricism and a negative effect on the 'Taisho Roman' which further pulled the people.
  832. In particular FUJIWARA no Michinaga built Kimpusen kyozuka (mound of Buddhist scriptures), known as the oldest kyozuka in Japan, near Zao-do Hall of Sanjo.
  833. In particular Ninokuni is thought to have secured power through trade with the Chinese continent; one theory (Tango Kingdom theory) says that the kingdom was as independent as Yamato Dynasty, which was established later.
  834. In particular Wakasa Province played an important role as a fortress near Kinai and part of 'Miketsukuni'--which transported food to Kinai and supplied the royal family--as it transported seafood such as mackerel to Kinai area.
  835. In particular a group of women on the west wall were vivid in colors (at the time of discovery) and have been presented by colored photos in textbooks of history and other various places.
  836. In particular cases, there were han bills exchangeable for umbrellas, pottery wheels, threads, dried cuttlefish or dried kelp.
  837. In particular for sake to be shipped out as namazake (raw sake), because hiire (pasteurization) as a measure against hiochi bacteria is not done, filtration for removing bacteria with high precision (in the order of 0.22 to 0.65 μ) is carried out with this method.
  838. In particular in the early twentieth century the United States, which was coming closer to China, diverted the reparations to the support of Chinese students in the U.S. and the establishment of universities.
  839. In particular in the latter one, his figure wearing oyoroi (big armor) was painted to emphasize his large size.
  840. In particular is the nenbutsu by Shandao which was introduced to Japan and became as fundamental as the Jodo sect.
  841. In particular such vessels named Kenchojibune (a group of traveling vessels that were dispatched to Yuan dynasty in order to make profits to cover the costs of repair and construction on Kencho-ji Temple) and Tenryujibune (trading vessels dispatched to the Yuan dynasty in order to raise funds to build Tenryu-ji Temple in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts) are the most famous.
  842. In particular the Cloistered Emperor Shirakawa brought about the demise of the age of Sekkan-centered politics with the start of his cloistered government after giving up the throne.
  843. In particular there were influences as follows.
  844. In particular were OUCHI and MIYOSHI, who, despite their commission being temporary, were sometimes even called tenkabito (ruler of the country).
  845. In particular when mother-child gods are enshrined, it has something to do with the Boshi-jin shinko, belief in mother-child gods.
  846. In particular, "Maihime" (The Dancing Girl) - a love story between a Japanese man and a German woman - seemed to shock Japanese readers.
  847. In particular, "Sadaie" (FUJIWARA no Sadaie), "Eguchi" (Mouth of sound, Noh play) and "Saigyosakura" (a tree planted by the medieval priest and poet Saigyo) and so on were known as excellent performance.
  848. In particular, "Shirasagi" (The Snowy Heron) won a special award at the Cannes Film Festival in 1958 and was highly regarded worldwide for its Japanese atmosphere.
  849. In particular, "harihari nabe" (a dish served in a pot) is a typical one of them.
  850. In particular, 'Ishikawa gata danjiri' (the Ishikawa-type danjiri) used mainly in Minamikawachi (southern Kawachi) has a unique shape with a high center of gravity, and therefore it is easy to perform these maneuvers.
  851. In particular, 'Senso daijosai' stipulated in volume 2 to volume 4 is regarded as important as the authority of the rite of Senso daijosai.
  852. In particular, 'Shizuya' and 'Isoragasaki' are said to be performed in Kinen-sai (prayer service for a good crop) and Niiname-sai (ceremonial offering by the Emperor of newly-harvested rice to the deities) festival, and 'Hirume' only in Daijo-sai festival (a festival to celebrate the succession of an emperor) as a secret music.
  853. In particular, 'Shuteiga Ichigu' (In an Autumn Garden) (1973 - 1979) composed by Toru TAKEMITSU is performed frequently owing to his brilliant interpretation.
  854. In particular, 'dai-joro' refers to court ladies of higher ranks who served in the Sento Palace (the Palace for a Retired Emperor) or for Shippei-ke, or Sekkan-ke (the families which produced regents [the Toyotomi clan was considered one of Sekkan-ke at that time.])
  855. In particular, Anrakubo Junsai and Hohonbo Gyoku were attacked because of their popularity with Nenbutsu shows which featured a tune similar to the Rokuji-Raisan nenbutsu.
  856. In particular, Chofu OTA, a media figure from Okinawa, led the protest movement, raising a chorus of complaints throughout Okinawa Prefecture, which put an end to the display of the Okinawa people.
  857. In particular, Emperor Saga during the early Heian period liked the Tang style, and his calligraphy, together with that of Kukai and of TACHIBANA no Hayanari, was modeled on the Jin and Tang dynasties
  858. In particular, Emperor Saga liked the Tang style and changed the Chinese characters on the name plate of the gate to Kyujo (the place where the emperor lived) to Tang style ones.
  859. In particular, Gashadokuro (giant skeletons) and Jubokko (tree yokai appearing in the battlefield by absorbing the blood of the war dead) are known to belong to this type of creation.
  860. In particular, Godard, who had even visited Mizoguchi's grave, was famous for idolizing him: he said, 'Mizoguchi, Mizoguchi, and Mizoguchi,' when he was asked, 'Could you tell me three of your favorite directors?'
  861. In particular, Hongan-ji school is thought to bear a resemblance to the iemoto system, in that hoshu with hereditary religious authority collects almsgiving by monto and has the exclusive right to issue a kind of certificate called a 'goshogomen' (permission for happiness in the next life).
  862. In particular, Kansai Kyuko Railway Co., Ltd, the successor of Sangu Kyuko Electric Railway, successfully connected Osaka City and Nagoya City, two cities not too near nor too far apart (189.5 km in the railway length), through railways, although a train change was required at Ise-Nakagawa Station.
  863. In particular, Keiogijuku University originated in a Rangakujuku and the word 'Juku' still means the university because of this fact.
  864. In particular, Kishiwada Danjiri Matsuri in Kishiwada City, Osaka Prefecture is nationally famous.
  865. In particular, Kokyu is sometimes indicate all the Asian stringed instruments.
  866. In particular, Kukai was an excellent calligrapher unparalleled in Japanese history, being called Wang Xizhi in Japan, and his stately and decorative calligraphic style was called the Daishi (meaning Kukai) style.
  867. In particular, Kyo as the center of Kanei culture, Osaka as the center of Genroku culture, and Edo as the center of Kasei culture, the three cities gave birth to distinctive cultures in reflection of different times and conditions.
  868. In particular, Kyoto Imperial University at that time was behind other universities in opening domestic forest for field practice.
  869. In particular, Maizuru Red-brick Warehouses has been recently used in shooting films.
  870. In particular, Masanari HATTORI was treated preferentially and one of the gate of Edo-jo Castle was named after him and it still remains as a geographical name of Tokyo, "Hanzomon".
  871. In particular, Mito domain's shrine merger policy was called 'Hachiman aratame' (Hachiman-jinja Shrine reformation).
  872. In particular, Muramune successfully double-crossed the Kodera clan retainers which resulted in the Akamatsu forces retreating from eastern Mimasaka Province.
  873. In particular, Nakayamamon School represented by Nakayama Hokekyo-ji Temple was believed to be relatively tolerant of other sects from the beginning.
  874. In particular, Oe (Sugenin), his wife's mother, married Hidetada TOKUGAWA (which was her second marriage).
  875. In particular, Seiwa Genji, which flourished as the Genji shogun of the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), is a good example.
  876. In particular, Sendai Domain, Aizu Domain, Shonai Domain, and Nanbu Domain were well known for this.
  877. In particular, Senjaku was enormously popular for his tremendously successful performance of "Sonezaki Shinju," and he obtained nationwide awareness that spread beyond the bounds of Kabuki.
  878. In particular, Shigemoto was the key literary figure within the Fukuoka Kuroda family (participating under the name of `Jitsuzan`) and heavily involved in the Kyoto cultural scene where he launched out on his own independent pursuit of the tea ceremony.
  879. In particular, Shigenari KIMURA played by Jukai in 1968 was perfection.
  880. In particular, Shogun Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA often used kugatachi for political trials.
  881. In particular, TAIRA no Kiyomori was eager to trade with Sung, and a large amount of the Sung currency was imported after that.
  882. In particular, TAIRA no Masakado has been regarded as an Ubusunagami (guardian deity of one's birthplace) that protects Tokyo, but it is at the same time a typical Tatari-gami that places many curses, which is known as Tradition of head tumulus of TAIRA no Masakado.
  883. In particular, Tadatomo ONO, in his composition, emphasized the importance of kagura being based on Japanese mythology for shrine ceremonies.
  884. In particular, Takatsune SHIBA, who was in the same family as the Ashikaga clan, performed brilliantly and contributed to defeat Yoshisada NITTA in Echizen Province who was the central figure in the downfall of the Kamakura Bakufu, so that he gained tremendous power in the early Muromachi period.
  885. In particular, Tokiyuki HOJO who rose in revolt with the support of the Suwa clan in Shinano Province in July gathered the anti-Kenmu government forces around the country and got enough momentum to remove Tadayoshi ASHIKAGA and occupy Kamakura.
  886. In particular, Toshitsuna's second residence in Fushimi was a meeting place for contemporary poets, including Noin, MINAMOTO no Tsunenobu, and FUJIWARA no Michitoshi.
  887. In particular, Yamashina Hongan-ji Temple was the headquarters of the Ikko sect which had Jinai-cho (the temple town) and the monastery enclosed by earthen walls at the Yamashina basin over the Higashiyama.
  888. In particular, Yasutoki HOJO was treated with remarkable respect.
  889. In particular, a big plant of Nihon (Nippon) Kenpu (Japan Silk Cloth) was built in Nishino in 1921 and became Kanebo Yamashina Plant the next year as a result of a merger.
  890. In particular, a passage of the afterword starting with 'when Sachujo was still Ise no kami (Governor of Ise Province),' says that he was the first to make "Makura no soshi" widely known to the public.
  891. In particular, a site where a group of pit dwelling structures believed to have had fuseya A type (thatched roof completely covering the structure) roofs has been found at Hasamiyama site (Nashida Point, Fujiidera City, Osaka).
  892. In particular, a well known story is that Akishinonomiya Imperial Prince Fumihito has a Volkswagen Type 1 and drives it mainly in Karuizawa.
  893. In particular, after 1520 when he became a priest, he came to write about incomes from shoen in detail.
  894. In particular, against the influential temples such as Daitoku-ji Temple, regulations aiming to weaken their ties with the Imperial Court, called Kinchu Narabini Kuge Shohatto (Laws for Aristocrats), were also imposed.
  895. In particular, almost all tea masters, priests, Noh players, Kabuki players and entertainers as well as the persons concerned with the tea ceremony wear white tabi.
  896. In particular, an approximately 2-meter high stone wall on the western front side remains in good condition.
  897. In particular, appointment of the rank from the beginning to the middle of the Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States) includes Yoshioki OUCHI who prospered as kanreidai (deputy kanrei), Motonobu TAKEDA of Wakasa Province, and Yoshisuke ITO of Hyuga Province.
  898. In particular, areas around the Aizu region, Fukushima Prefecture, are famous as area producing high-quality paulownia.
  899. In particular, attention should be paid to the following items.
  900. In particular, attention was paid to the appearance of kana characters.
  901. In particular, because a novel by Baku YUMEMAKURA (later made into a manga and a movie) recently became a big hit, Seimei-jinja Shrine in Kyoto became so popular that it has been full of visitors.
  902. In particular, because kabayaki is a cuisine that was born in Edo, it is considered as the signature cuisine of Edo.
  903. In particular, because the self-government at the level of towns and villages had already existed before being fixed by the central government, approval in this case did not mean greater autonomy for municipalities.
  904. In particular, before the Pacific War, the dispatch of troops to Korea by Hideyoshi (the Bunroku-Keicho War) was considered right to the extent that it was called "the subjugation of Korea," because it met the trend of imperialistic territory expansion in Empire of Japan at that time.
  905. In particular, both 103m long Hazamiyama tumulus and the 154m long Nonaka Miyayama tumulus exist entirely within the area of this remains, and it is considered that they had some relations to the formation of communities in ancient times and later.
  906. In particular, class 0 (especially strong) Shachenbao with an instantaneous wind speed of 25 m/s or more and with a visibility of less than 50 m is called "black wind" or Kara Bran.
  907. In particular, deities low in rank but having a close connection to the local area were warmly received.
  908. In particular, demand for Senko is increasing in Germany where "Zen" is booming.
  909. In particular, during the war, a considerable portion of the necessary land space was procured almost forcibly, making the construction of the Shinkansen line smoother.
  910. In particular, each of the Chosen Tsushinshi envoys showed interest in water-pumping wheels in Japan and brought back pictures depicting the structure many times.
  911. In particular, each school of the Nichiren sects which succeeded the Tendai doctrine has studied the junyoze from every angle because they use jukkaigogu (mutual containment of the ten realms) and ichinen sanzen (the three thousand realms contained in one mind) as the fundamental doctrine of the Buddhism based on the Junyoze.
  912. In particular, earthenware can be shaped in many forms relatively easily, and dishes of earthenware are considerably different from those for traditional Western cuisine and are provided, for example, as deep-colored plates, rectangular plates, or flower-shaped or fruit-shaped dishes.
  913. In particular, entire sections of the Onoko provisional tramline were buried or washed out, never to be restored again.
  914. In particular, even during the Kansho Famine he paid no attention to political matters, focusing instead on the reconstruction of Hana no Gosho; he is infamous for ignoring even Emperor Go-Hanazono's admonishment regarding this matter.
  915. In particular, excavations at the 'Chojagahara site' in Itoigawa have revealed a workshop for processing jade, as well as jade magatama.
  916. In particular, famous utensils are demarcated from ordinary ones based on the name of chajin who had utensils, thus a new framework of 'meibutsu' was formed.
  917. In particular, fields such as computer games, animations, and comics, and a food culture have penetrated urban areas of Western and Asian countries, and as a result, related shops and facilities (Sushi Bars and comic shops) came to be established.
  918. In particular, five Tsukegaro at the Tokugawa gosanke families (three privileged Tokugawa branch families) are famous.
  919. In particular, following temples show a positive attitude, the local government of Kyoto City aims at the additional registrations of Kyoto-gosho Palace and the Sagano-Arashiyama area.
  920. In particular, handling the Imperial court-related problems became the source of Genro's authority.
  921. In particular, he composed many jihokku, i.e. independent hokku (the opening verse of the haikai and the renga) that are praiseworthy in their own right.
  922. In particular, he conducted extensive research into the Tengen jutsu, an algebraic system (created in China in the thirteenth century) which saw extensive development in the Song, Jin, and Yuan Dynasties, and was able to make basic improvements to the system.
  923. In particular, he demonstrated ability as a mediator in settling disputes.
  924. In particular, he developed a close relationship with Sanyo RAI, and gave him support in both his career and private life.
  925. In particular, he has a close connection with the chief priest of the Hongan-ji Temple, Shonyo, and, when Shonyo obtained a son (later, Kennyo) by a daughter of Shigenobu NIWATA, he delivered congratulations as an agent of the Kanrei, Harumoto.
  926. In particular, he has established a name as a seal engraving artist.
  927. In particular, he ordered that a part of Shinran's literary works be deleted that he regarded as irreverent to the Imperial family (the problem of partial effacement of sacred scripture).
  928. In particular, he participated in the highly popular period drama series broadcast by Asahi Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), Hissatsu Shigotonin (Professional killers), from the second season titled "Hissatsu shiokinin" and on as a director.
  929. In particular, he pioneered the use of the stroboscope in a Nemuri Kyoshiro full moon killing scene for film adaptations of "Nemuri Kyoshiro" (1963 - 1969) (fourth installment in 1964) to create fascinating visuals, which was symbolically incorporated into later works.
  930. In particular, he played the role of Shichiroji, one of seven leading roles in "Seven Samurai."
  931. In particular, he refined tegotomono (a form of Japanese chamber music), which was a style or form of composition of jiuta completed by koto MINEZAKI or koto MITSUHASHI in Osaka, to a Kyoto-style one and established 'Kyoto-style tegotomono' and composed many good songs.
  932. In particular, he showed his real ability in roles as a lover, something inherited from his father, Ganjiro NAKAMURA (the first).
  933. In particular, he taught tea ceremony at Gakushuin Girl's Junior and Senior High School and Japan Women's University.
  934. In particular, he was favored by Imperial Prince Arisugawanomiya Taruhito.
  935. In particular, her autobiographical essay "My Asakusa" published in 1977 was highly praised as a masterpiece that vividly portrays the flavor of downtown Tokyo.
  936. In particular, his poem 'Yoimachi-gusa' was set to a melody, became a popular song and was sung nationwide.
  937. In particular, historical materialism, which strongly influenced the Japanese post-war historical school, further advanced the historical view of development to consider that ancient Asian society was generally based on slavery in the Asiatic mode of production.
  938. In particular, how Yoshitaka treated Haruhide OTOMO (Yoshinaga OUCHI) who later became his adopted son was greatly different from how he treated Harumochi (note, however, this was mostly due to the fact that a legitimate son Yoshitaka OUCHI (written with a different set of Chinese characters) was born to Yoshitaka after Haruhide was adopted).
  939. In particular, in 1976, a junk (ship) carrying a heavy load was discovered on the bottom of the ocean off 道徳 island of Chibu-ub, Sinan, Jeollanam-do, Republic of Korea and was pulled up (a wrecked ship found in Shinan, South Korea).
  940. In particular, in Homon of Great Pleasure at the beginning, 17 poems called 'Seventeen Pure Phrases' are taught.
  941. In particular, in Togoku throughout the era from the middle of the ninth century to the end of the century, barbarians raised rebellions one after another in addition to bandits whose activities had become more active, deteriorating security markedly.
  942. In particular, in Warei taisai Festival (the festival of Warei-jinja Shrine in Uwajima City, Ehime Prefecture) held from July 22 to 24, the Ushioni participants come not only from Uwajima City but also from the mountainous regions or even the region in Kochi Prefecture (Nishitosa Village).
  943. In particular, in order to control the relationship with the shoen, formed within kokugaryo, a new law, not included in ritsuryo, had to be created.
  944. In particular, in the Art institute of Chicago, he learned that an American rich man, Marshall FIELD donated one million dollars to conserve this building and he made up his mind that, his mission was to build social facilities.
  945. In particular, in the Kanto region where fighting occurred frequently, local rich persons or powerful clans had come to bear public military burdens.
  946. In particular, in the Meiji period, Yoshinari TANAKA denied the credibility of war tales, and proposed the 'two-battles theory' in which he insisted that only the second and the fourth battles were surely fought.
  947. In particular, in the Tenpyo era of Emperor Shomu, the Nara culture became most prosperous and calligraphy developed considerably.
  948. In particular, in the case of funeshibori, the portion that comes out when squeezed
  949. In particular, in the latter Shinkansen lines as well as the Joetsu Shinkansen line, provision of cold-proof and snow-proof equipment reequipped for cold areas is inevitable, being disadvantageous in respect to weight.
  950. In particular, information on the activities of MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka in the Hokuriku district were not fully and quickly provided to Kamakura in those days, and most of the information seems to have been supplemented with the material from the vicinity of Kyoto written in much later.
  951. In particular, it can be said a great feature of nihon-ryori, rarely seen in other nations, that marine products are eaten uncooked and eating seaweed is favored.
  952. In particular, it describes visits to places connected to "Ise Monogatari" (The Tales of Ise) and recollections of the ruins of Narihira.
  953. In particular, it is essential for Kyo-ryori (local cuisine of Kyoto).
  954. In particular, it is notable in words such as 'asameshi' or 'asa gohan' (breakfast), 'hiru meshi' or 'hiru gohan' (lunch), 'yuhan,' 'yu gohan,' 'ban meshi' or 'ban gohan' (dinner), and 'yoru meshi' or 'yoru gohan' (late-night meal).
  955. In particular, it is one of the three Senke along with Omote-senke and Ura-senke.
  956. In particular, it is said he was a Shogun (general) who hailed from the Seiwa-Genji (Minamoto clan).
  957. In particular, it is said to be indispensable for seasoning karekare, a dish of oxtail and vegetables stewed in peanut sauce.
  958. In particular, it is succession of the position by heredity.
  959. In particular, it means 'intangible cultural properties' provided by Article 2, Paragraph 1, Item (2) of the Act on Protection of Cultural Properties.
  960. In particular, it refers carrying out a spiritual practice while eating no gokoku (five kinds of grain) and jukkoku (ten kinds of grain).
  961. In particular, it refers to someone who sacrifices his/her life to save others in battle (regardless of the result).
  962. In particular, it refers to the rhomboidal arrangement of four karahana (a type of Chinese arabesque pattern) petals.
  963. In particular, it was announced that Yoshitomo's second son had died, and the Minamoto clan head Rokuro MORI (Mutsu Rokuro Yoshitaka) had also died in battle.
  964. In particular, it was considered that major disasters or extraordinary phenomenon would occur if meteors, which were not supposed to exist, appeared.
  965. In particular, junmaishu leaves a sour taste more or less after drinking it because of its nature.
  966. In particular, katon (a tonjutsu using fire), suiton (a tonjutsu using water), doton (a tonjutsu using dirt), mokuton (a tonjutsu using tree) and kinton (a tonjutsu using valuable article) are called goton (five tonjutsu).
  967. In particular, kengyo YOSHIZAWA observed the spirit and composed "Chidori no kyoku" (a song for plover) and so on, but in this song there are some parts which were revised by MITSUZAKI's advice, who was asked to criticize it.
  968. In particular, legends about Kobo-water remain throughout Japan.
  969. In particular, machi-kata yoriki under machi-bugyo (the post in charge of townspeople's affairs or officers in the post) was famous, assisted machi-bugyo, and played the functions of administration, judicature, and police.
  970. In particular, mammals living there also include such precious species as black whiskered bats and Japanese mountain moles.
  971. In particular, manufacturers that omit the manufacturing process of koji which requires energy cost, or that omit the preparation process which requires costs for labor and location and the disposal cost for soy sauce fat and soy sauce cake are on the increase.
  972. In particular, manuscripts included in the Gunsho ruiju (A Classified Collection of the Japanese Classics) are famous and describe until Emperor Showa.
  973. In particular, many Kunitsukami were transformed when included in Japanese Mythology; many of their folk stories no longer remain.
  974. In particular, many falling concrete accidents inside tunnels occurred starting towards the end of the 1990s.
  975. In particular, many ingredients used for fragrance in sake in the ginjo system are insoluble in water and addition of alcohol is necessary for dissolving them.
  976. In particular, many pieces of Honkyoku have been handed down for generations in the Fujiue school, and even more pieces of Honkyoku existed in the Masajima school that became extinct towards the end of the Edo period.
  977. In particular, many pieces were created in Osaka and these were collectively called 'Meiji shinkyoku pieces.'
  978. In particular, many such pictures in the Shotoku era were drawn by an order from Masanao TSUCHIYA, including "A Scroll of Pictures of a Procession of Chosen Tsushinshi in the Shotoku Era" remaining in the Tsushima Domain that is a typical example.
  979. In particular, many such regions are located on the outskirts of Sakai City, and they have a strong connection with Sakai since the ancient days.
  980. In particular, men, boys and girls who are normally highly likely to never wear makeup during their daily lives may often put on atsugesho at festivals.
  981. In particular, mikan is easily available in winter, the invisible ink is sometimes used for New Year's cards.
  982. In particular, noncommissioned officers were given only two woolen coats as their cold protection equipment (about the military uniform of Japanese Army at that time, see also Military Uniform [Imperial Japanese Army]).
  983. In particular, of them, a big building with an eave on each of the four sides, which was found in the southern part of the area investigated, is worthy of notice.
  984. In particular, officers influenced by Atsutane HIRATA strongly advocated the construction, but Bisei FUKUBA of the Tsuwano Clan was reluctant to restore the Hasshinden, saying that a model for the unity of religion and state in the modern era was to conduct religious rituals in the imperial palace.
  985. In particular, oki zuri and ana zuri are fishing methods that are not seen in catching fish other than eels.
  986. In particular, on the occasion of revision to the third edition, reference to positive law occupied a larger portion.
  987. In particular, patterns incorporating fall leaves, drums and torikabuto are called Momiji no Ga (the autumn excursion) patterns and are found on uchikake (long outer robe).
  988. In particular, positivism-based history and materialistic view-based history have become dominant.
  989. In particular, powerful nobles and temples fenced off vast lands and increased privately owned land by using ordinary farmers and furonin (people escaped from their registered domiciles).
  990. In particular, prosperity of Sakai was quite significant.
  991. In particular, rakuin of high class people often comes to an issue.
  992. In particular, sengoku daimyo strengthened their control over hikan (low-level bureaucrats) and kashin (vassals), and established the kandakasei system, a system for imposing military duties in return for chigyo daka (a stipend based on a fief's rice production).
  993. In particular, she remained friends with Sadanji for a long time, and opened the tea house "Kyoka," named after his pen name.
  994. In particular, silver reacts strongly to sulfur and becomes black losing its gloss.
  995. In particular, some internal discord erupted in relation to the inheriting of the role of head of the Uragami family which resulted in Norimune URAGAMI and 村国 URAGAMI battling each other in 1499.
  996. In particular, some say that the family tree after the death of the fourth Mitsuie to Yoshisada lacks credibility.
  997. In particular, sticking new one onto the 'nuke' of patterns and characters still remaining are sometimes done without being aware of it.
  998. In particular, take care in December. "
  999. In particular, tataki made with lancet fish is known as a local cuisine of Akita and Iwate Prefectures.
  1000. In particular, tatsuta age (fish (meat, etc.) flavored with soy sauce and cooking sake, coated with dogtooth violet starch and then deep fried) of whale meat has been famous as a typical menu of the school lunch after the war.

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