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  1. In particular, the 'Ginza shop' and 'Hotel Seiyo Ginza shop' operated by Tokyo Kitcho, Koraibashi shop operated by Honkitcho in Osaka, and Arashiyama shop operated by Kyoto Kitcho are often used to entertain influential people in politics and business, as well as foreign VIPs.
  2. In particular, the 1938 film "Aizen Katsura" (The Love-Troth Tree) in which she starred alongside Ken UEHARA became a record-breaking hit and was made into a season.
  3. In particular, the Ashikaga clan, who served as sankanrei shishiki (three families assigned as assistants of shogun and four families serving as director of samurai-dokoro (Board of Retainers)), and dominant Shugo (provincial constable), or noble shugo families were granted the Jushiinoge.
  4. In particular, the Donglin movement and Iro no gaku in the Min period are famous, where the hoken system was discussed as a system for bureaucrats to voluntarily govern local areas as their responsibility.
  5. In particular, the Fushimi Inari-taisha Shrine, the chief shrine for the Inari god, is Shoichii, and therefore, the Inari-jinja Shrines nationwide which were transferred to enshrine from there, also identify themselves as Shoichii, and 'Shoichii' has become a synonym of Inari god.
  6. In particular, the Kansho Famine in 1461 left a tremendous disaster in Kyoto, and according to one account the flow of Kamo-gawa River stopped because of the corpses of the people who died from starvation.
  7. In particular, the Muryoju-kyo Ubataisha Ganshoge focuses on the 'kanzatsumon' which is to contemplate the pure land consisting of 17 kinds of kokudo shogon (the adornment of land), eight kinds of hotoke shogon (仏荘厳) (the adornment of the Buddhas) and four kinds of bosatsu shogon (the adornment of Bodhisattvas).
  8. In particular, the Yorinobu family line in the Kawachi-Genji clan availed itself of this important position from generation to generation, starting with Yorinobu who handed the role to his son MINAMOTO no Yoriyoshi from whence the role passed to his grandson MINAMOTO no Yoshiie.
  9. In particular, the Yoshida family, by the enactment of Jisha Hatto (Acts governing temples and shrines) which gave it authorization from the Edo bakufu to manage shrines, assumed all the responsibilities.
  10. In particular, the ability and competence to make actual use of various types of specialist knowledge, education, and skills in society.
  11. In particular, the amount of charcoal made there had increased year by year, largely exceeding 14,000 hyo (straw bags) that Kyoto Imperial University needed yearly in the era between mid-1930s and mid-1940s.
  12. In particular, the amount of secretly minted Tenpo Tsuho was so abundant that its amount came to occupy one-third to one-fourth of the total amount of Tenpo Tsuho circulated at that time.
  13. In particular, the approach to this site is shorter when the route in the eastern part of this forest for research, running from the Takashima City (former Kutsuki-mura) side to Chojidani via Jizo-toge Peas, is used.
  14. In particular, the area between Sanjo and Shijo is one of Kyoto's amusement areas, and alive with people until late at night on weekends.
  15. In particular, the contributors to the third and fourth runs of Shinshicho such as Kan KIKUCHI, Ryunosuke AKUTAGAWA, Masao KUME and Yuzuru MATSUOKA were called the Shinshicho School, and became one of the bases for literature in the Taisho period.
  16. In particular, the debate conducted between the Tokuitsu of the Hosso Sect is well-known.
  17. In particular, the dwelling facility for the goten jochu (palace maids) was called the Nagatsubone (attendants' quarters), and the one in the inner palace of Edo Castle was a two-story, 80-meter-long building in which a lavatory and kitchen were provided for each of the dwelling units.
  18. In particular, the exhibition of pieces at the world fairs (international expositions) of the mid-19th century, shed light on Japanese art (including ukiyoe woodblock prints, works of the Rinpa School and crafts), which influenced impressionist and Art Nouveau artists.
  19. In particular, the feud between Nagaoki OMIYA and his son Tokimoto OMIYA on the one side, and Asateru MIBU and his son Harutomi MIBU on the other was intense enough to necessitate the involvement of the Imperial Court and the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  20. In particular, the film "Wakkanai hatsu Manabiza" was released in 1999 and created a major sensation.
  21. In particular, the first koan, 狗子仏性 (趙州無字), is simply as follows, literally 'Is a dog provided with bussho (the Buddhist nature)?', to which the answer is 'None'.
  22. In particular, the former is well known.
  23. In particular, the former, the persons who assaulted zuryo, were called 'gangsters' as carrying out an anti-national act, and were targeted for military suppression.
  24. In particular, the government was so conscious of fresh foodstuffs (including fresh fishes) that government-controlled gates were opened even in the midnight for them, and therefore, personnel at these gates often worked throughout the night.
  25. In particular, the heads of three Sekkan-ke families, Uchisaki KONOE (Sadaijin, twenty-two years old), Munemoto NIJO (Udaijin, twenty-four years old), Naozane KUJO (Naidaijin and Sakone no daisho, thirty-four years old) were extremely furious.
  26. In particular, the high-level fighting technique possessed by fushu strongly affected the newly formed military system.
  27. In particular, the high-ranking bushi originating from the members of major bushi groups such as the Minamoto clan, the Taira clan, the Fujiwara clan and so on or the bushi who were closely linked with influential families such as the Imperial Court, the cloister government and so on can not be explained.
  28. In particular, the issue of newspapers and bulletins were obligated to inevitably get a permission from the prewar Ministry of Home Affairs, to append a writer's signature on articles and editorial comments, and so on.
  29. In particular, the monument-building boom started in around 1890.
  30. In particular, the number of ships from Qing was limited to 30 and the trade amount to 6,000 kan of silver (kan is a unit of volume, approx.3.75 kg) per year, and ships from Holland was limited to 2 and the trade amount to 3,000 kan per year.
  31. In particular, the operation start of the Kobe airport and the Kita-Kyushu airport in 2006 significantly affected the Tokaido and Sanyo Shinkansen lines.
  32. In particular, the original function of fuchin is being lost due to recent airtight houses, thus synthetic resin is used for producing a fuchin to prevent damage of kakejiku due to the weight.
  33. In particular, the part containing the high altar is called the sanctum sanctorum.
  34. In particular, the part that contains higher fat is called 'O-toro' while the part with slightly less fat is called 'Chu-toro.'
  35. In particular, the performance in which all three instruments are played together is called Sangyoku-gasso and such concerts were held actively.
  36. In particular, the poetry part is called Godensho and the illustration is called Goeden.
  37. In particular, the rock garden in Ryoan-ji Temple does not use any plants and it is surrounded by a fence and uses only white sand and 15 stone configurations, that have been various theories on the interpretation of this design.
  38. In particular, the roof of the Honden has a hip-and-gable roof shape, in which two parallel hipped roofs are joined to a roof on the same level, making up a single roof ridge.
  39. In particular, the scroll Otsu in which rabbits, frogs and monkeys were personified and depicted is very famous.
  40. In particular, the situation should be a pleased one for the nation and especially for the people belonging to the Tokuso family.
  41. In particular, the southern area (former Yamashiro Province) has a strong tourist industry, due to its inclusion of sight-seeing cities, such as Kyoto City and Uji City.
  42. In particular, the supply of toji personnel could not catch up with its demand, so toji people had business trips to visit one brewer after another in many locations and gave instruction to local people.
  43. In particular, the tendency towards positivism seen in Keichu's work was greatly praised for raising the academic standards of research into the Classics.
  44. In particular, the term "Sodaisho" was often used to differentiate the highest ranking official from other generals in an army composed of more than one corps.
  45. In particular, the term refers to 'tangible cultural properties' stipulated under No.1, Item 1, Article 2 of the Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties.
  46. In particular, the three generals of the former An Shi army had a very strong tendency to be so, and they were called Kasaku Sanchin.
  47. In particular, the transportation hub of northern Kyoto City is around Karasuma-Kitaoji crossing, where Kitaoji Bus Terminal and Kitaoji Station of Kyoto Municipal Subway/Kyoto City Subway is located, the area is crowded with many people.
  48. In particular, the trust between him and his retainers, who had endured hardships together with him from his Mikawa period, was strong.
  49. In particular, the zashiki (Japanese style tatami room) was established on the second floor of the otokoyu (men's bath) and was used as a resting room.
  50. In particular, the zasu at Daigo-ji Temple was monopolized by the zasu at Sanbo-in since 1428.
  51. In particular, there are many cases in which a Shinmei appended with 'me' indicates a shrine maiden who has been deified.
  52. In particular, there is a correlation between the two with respect to how the sacred period and the profane period are distinguished, and how hare and ke are distinguished.
  53. In particular, there is no difference in technique among the old swords created in the latter half of the Heian period, and the way of inscribing is not consistent due to the existence of generations.
  54. In particular, there is the theory that he had a positive attitude to 'market intervention by the government.'
  55. In particular, there was Cape Wada to the west of tomari and thus the ocean waves were safe when the wind was in the west, but when in the southeast the ships were often wrecked because the southeast direction of tomari was open to the ocean.
  56. In particular, there was a strict ban in the Choshu Domain, setting harsh punishments such as confiscating karoku (hereditary stipend) etc, in the case of violation.
  57. In particular, there was the Great Chokugaku Fire of 1698, which started outside the Sukiyabashi-mon Gate, and continued through Ueno to Senju, burning down about three square kilometers and causing more than 3,000 deaths and, in addition, in 1710 there was the Hoei Eruption of Mt. Fuji.
  58. In particular, these tactics were often seen in the Gohojo clan, the Imagawa clan, and the Uesugi clan.
  59. In particular, they are centered in Kyoto and Nara.
  60. In particular, they could arrest and punish the Koreans without any legal procedures under the pretext of suppressing spies or rebels, and they got involved in the daily life of the Koreans.
  61. In particular, those caught in mid-January are said to be the best.
  62. In particular, to create the statue of Masashige KUSUNOKI at the outer garden of the Imperial Court, he went to America by himself at his own expense to obtain techniques required for casting a large statue.
  63. In particular, toji groups from Tanba Province consequently formed a close relationship with sake breweries in Nada, and eventually, brewmasters from Tanba Province occupied most brewers in Nada in the Tenpo era (from 1831 to 1845).
  64. In particular, tremandous volume of materials including remains of parents of Eison were contained in this statue.
  65. In particular, tunnels were required to be dug underneath the riverbeds of the Ishiyagawa and Ashiyagawa rivers in order to cross as these were Tenjogawa (river that runs above the railroad track).
  66. In particular, until the Edo period, permission by the emperor was required to wear 'shie (purple robe for high-ranking priests)' or 'murasakikesa (purple kesa).'
  67. In particular, western stories were highly touted.
  68. In particular, what decided the trend was a complaint made to the Imperial Court about an attack by MINAMOTO no Yoriie's second son MINAMOTO no Yoshichika (who was considered the successor to the Kawachi-Genji (Minamoto clan) and Governor of Tsushima).
  69. In particular, what disturbed Yorinaga was: when Yorinaga made efforts to have his adopted daughter (FUJIWARA no Tashi) taken as a bride by Emperor Konoe, Tadamichi as well had his adopted daughter (FUJIWARA no Teishi) married off.
  70. In particular, when KIBI no Makibi and Genbo returned from Tang they were given important posts by the Emperor Shomu and were also active in the political world in Japan.
  71. In particular, when binchotan (high-grade charcoal produced from ubame oak - Quercus phillyraeoides) is used for making a fire, far-infrared rays are generated, enabling heat to penetrate deeply inside the meat.
  72. In particular, when young women with these types of occupations use makeup for everyday life, they tend to wear heavier makeup than women of the same age who work in other occupations.
  73. In particular, with respect to Harunaga, since there is a record that he had illicit intercourse with Yodo-dono, there are many researchers who consider Harunaga the real father.
  74. In particular, with the real mother of Tamekage NAGAO, Kagetora's father, being from the Takanashi family, the Nagao family had a relation with the Takanashi family for a long time.
  75. In particular, yokai scholar Bintaro YAMAGUCHI uses it quite often in the books he authored.
  76. In particularly in Japan, there was larger and quicker response compare to Qing dynasty in China, where this book was first published, and the influence which the book gave to Japan during the end of Edo and Meiji Restoration period is not negligible.
  77. In partnership with Danjuro, he composed the choreographies of 'Kagamijishi (The Lion Dance)' and 'Suo otoshi (literally, dropping down suo)' and also undertook new kabuki titled 'Onatsu Kyoran' (Onatsu's Madness) and so on and left his mark on the history of kabuki.
  78. In parts of the watershed section in Shimogyo Ward, while rain water dissolves accumulated harmful substances, it is not sufficient enough to move those substances downstream, causing foul odors and water pollution in some areas.
  79. In passing, some say that Tatewaki YAMAMOTO was the younger brother of Kansuke YAMAMOTO.
  80. In passing, the name 'Masahira' (匡衡) which was given to him at Genpuku is thought to derive from the name of a Chinese literary, KYO Ko (匡衡), at the age of the Han dynasty.
  81. In past days, they wore kataginu (short sleeveless garments made of hemp), but because they were heavy and hard to carry, kataginu was simplified into ryaku kataginu and approved.
  82. In peacetime they were regulated to be organized into toho-kenpei (military foot policemen) (Tondenhei Regulations).
  83. In peacetime, Ichiryo gusoku lived as farmers engaged in working the land, however, once they were mobilized by the feudal lord, they were supposed to respond it at once with ichiryo (one set) of gusoku (weapon, armor).
  84. In peacetime, oban guarded Edo Castle town and other important places.
  85. In peacetime, the lord of the castle would often live with other people at the foot of the mountain while they moved to the castle on the mountain to barricade themselves in it when their enemies attacked them.
  86. In performance, the skin is struck with a wooden stick called a drumstick.
  87. In performing Ennen furyu, which was similar to theater arts, large-scale sets like two-storied sets and movable floats were used.
  88. In period dramas or gekiga (graphic novel) of period pieces derived from the period dramas, characters such as yakuza or samurai move tobacco in their mouths or perform gesture of hitting the kiseru on a tobacco tray.
  89. In period dramas, tharey are often scenes where doshin (police constable) and yoriki (police sergeant) of the Machi-bugyo are annoyed at a criminal who has escaped into the grounds of a temple or shrine, because these territories were under the control of Jisha-bugyo.
  90. In periods of political stability, the original function of chodai-gamae became unclear and had been used as an ornamental form of room to symbolize status, power, and authority.
  91. In photogravures for gays, in adult videos, and in web sites of fundoshi loincloths for gays, pictures of some muscular or stout men wearing fundoshi loincloths can be seen.
  92. In pictures, Daruma is mostly drawn with a piercing look, beard, and earrings.
  93. In place of Tadayoshi, who retired from governing, Takauji's legal son, Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA who lived in Kamakura came to Kyoto to become the next shogun and take up the administration.
  94. In place of him, FUJIWARA no Nagate from the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan, FUJIWARA no Yoshitsugu and FUJIWARA no Momokawa from the Ceremonial House of the Fujiwara clan made rapid progress.
  95. In place of it, it was the production of bronze at Ashiodozan Copper Mine and Besshidozan Copper Mine that was in its prime in Genroku era.
  96. In place of passive Yoshimasa, Sadachika and a zen monk, Shinzui KIKEI, held power over the bakufu government.
  97. In place of the Emperor, gijo and vice-president Sanetomi SANJO read the saimon (address to the gods) in front of the altar.
  98. In place of the Fuheisei (soldier system), which became a mere shell in a military sense, an organization with a system centered on recruiting mercenaries was formed which created the post of Danrenshi and Setsudoshi.
  99. In place of the Protectors of Kyoto, the Court now had to accept the surveillance of the newly established Commissioner of Rokuhara, and shogunal control over Court affairs, even up to and including matters of Imperial succession, became much stronger.
  100. In places like mahjong shops, warm oshibori are sometimes called "atsu shibo" and cold oshibori "tsume shibo."
  101. In places such as Vietnam, chopsticks are placed vertically with the tips looking away from the user.
  102. In places such as processing plants where dried fish is mass produced, artificial dehydrators are used, and, with namaboshi, cool-temperature dehydrators are sometimes used to retain the water contents of the fish.
  103. In places where Inari is enshrined, the main time of worship is the Inari festival on the first day of the horse in the 2nd month.
  104. In places where a weapon, such as a sword, was not allowed, a Sensu was often used as an Anki (small concealed weapon) for self-protection.
  105. In places where hakari-za could not send its officer, it designated local residents as its officers.
  106. In places where local basic food is eaten after storage and maturing for a certain amount of time like funazushi (fermented crucian carp sushi) in Shiga Prefecture, there is sake which is brewed using the same amount of time needed for maturing food to complete the sake quality.
  107. In plain words, "反"(hon) is a murder or mayhem of the emperor, and 謀反 (muhon) is a plan for "反".
  108. In plain words, Bunjin came to develop a lifestyle similar to that of salaried workers today.
  109. In playing this piece, a violin or flute is also used in place of shakuhachi.
  110. In poems NO. 199 - 202 of Book Two of Manyoshu (the oldest anthology of Japanese poetry), the longest in Manyoshu and spectacular Banka (Elegy) by KAKINOMOTO no Hitomaro for Prince Takechi was contained.
  111. In poetry, in contrast to the legends, she often appears in romantic poems as an adorable lady.
  112. In poetry, stanzas often end with words that have the same final syllables (e.g. fall and hall).
  113. In police terms, there is a slang 'hoshi = crime suspect.'
  114. In politics, Goshichinokiri was used heavily as Fuku-mon (alternative family crests) for the Imperial Family and Imperial Court.
  115. In politics, a case where a prime minister has had no choice but to resign due to a scandal, etc., but retains the strongest influence within the ruling party, is referred to as 'insei.'
  116. In politics, the cold war state ended.
  117. In poor villages, a funeral is not observed until the number of the deceased becomes adequate for a mass funeral.
  118. In popular lore, the cause of his death was a cerebral stroke, but 彦由一太 seemed to think the Emperor was assassinated by FUJIWARA no Yoshifusa, considering that the Emperor's illness had so suddenly worsened.
  119. In posterity, the families having the surname of Kiyohara were distributed over the provinces of Shimotsuke, Kii and Bungo.
  120. In postwar days, people began to make holes in the upper sections of both right and left sides of butsudan.
  121. In postwar history, Japanese historians and scholars gained freedom and separation from the Kokoku Shikan and progressed in their positive research into the kiki.
  122. In pottery, works by Hazan ITAYA and Kozan MIYAGAWA were the first to be designated in 2002.
  123. In practice, Hakusonko is pronounced 'Hakusukinoe' using the Japanese 'kun' reading as opposed to the Chinese 'on' reading.
  124. In practice, either Governor of Ise Province or Mino Province was concurrently appointed to Kashira (prescribed number of personnel was one), a person who oversaw routine jobs.
  125. In practice, however, he has been called 'Juko MURATA.'
  126. In practice, however, those created abroad are often referred to as 'historical dramas,' whereas those made in Japan are referred to as 'jidaigeki' to distinguish between them.
  127. In practice, it often happens that gold coins are not suitable for circulation of currency due to the shortage of the reserved coin and its inconvenience of portability due to its value.
  128. In practice, such functions of the Shoya or Nanushi as the smallest unit of a controlling organization and as the representation for the village residents were contradictive.
  129. In practicing for a new program, when he was asked by the writer of the original work, 'Ganjiro-san, please memorize your lines!,' he showed an angry expression and he continued to resent this.
  130. In praying to Shinto and Buddhist deities, mostly the five main cereals wrapped in paper have been dedicated since ancient times.
  131. In praying, 'namu-damo-sowaka' is recited three times.
  132. In pre-earthenware culture stone axes were called 'ax-shaped stone tool' or 'elliptic stone tool,' and these were made by striking the nearby spots of flat pebble or broken pieces that big gravel shattered into.
  133. In pre-modern ages, kyozuka were built as a part of religious activity, which had become popular as agricultural output increased and the money economy took root in society.
  134. In pre-modern times, toro was placed at a harbor to be used as a beacon.
  135. In preference, they choose more of the short cans and have determined the brands.
  136. In premodern times, only Kitsuki Taisha Shrine (presently Izumo Taisha Shrine) and Kumano Taisha Shrine (both in Shimane Prefecture) bore the shrine name 'taisha,' but by the pre-war period Izumo Taisha Shrine was the only one to do so.
  137. In preparation for creating a unified national family register system, the government enacted the Family Registration Law in 1871 and set up ku (ward) as an administrative unit.
  138. In preparation for his dismissal, the Shogunate required him to regain Imperial status and he received the title Imperial Prince from the Emperor, becoming 'Prince Koreyasu.'
  139. In preparation for the scene where Izaemon, a protagonist of "Yugiri," took off his shoes on stage, Tojuro asked his backstage staff to arrange a smaller pair of shoes, saying, "If Izaemon had awkwardly big feet, the audience will be disappointed."
  140. In preparation for the transfer of the national capital to the city of Heian-kyo, Kosami and FUJIWARA no Oguromaro surveyed Kadono County, Yamashiro Province.
  141. In preparation, steamed rice and koji are added in three steps.
  142. In present China, people drink 'chrysanthemum tea' made by blending tea leaves with dried chrysanthemum petals, because they believe chrysanthemum blooms have medicinal benefits.
  143. In present Chinese, 'xingxing猩猩' (it is heard like 'sin-sin') refers to orangutan, and 'heixingxing黒猩猩' refers to chimpanzee, 'daxingxing大猩猩' refers to gorilla.
  144. In present Japan, Udoneri is a post of the Imperial Household Agency.
  145. In present Japan, cooked rice by such a method is special, and an electric or gas powered automatic rice cooker is usually used.
  146. In present Japan, karuta means "hanafuda" (cards with a printed picture of a flower), or the game mentioned below in which players compete for accumulating the most number of picture cards corresponding to "yomifuda" (cards for calling).
  147. In present Japan, when part-time government officials are recruited, the title of the office and treatment for the officials are notified as Saiyo Yotei Kanshoku in most cases.
  148. In present Yudanaka onsen, there still is his instruction of how to bath in onsen now.
  149. In present day Japan, there is a rumor as a urban legend that amino acid from human hair as a raw material of soy-sauce is used.
  150. In present day Japan, they mainly operate in sight seeing areas and places of scenic beauty and, in many cases also sell gifts and souvenirs.
  151. In present day Japanese society, teashops are a source of nostalgia and, abroad are a symbol of the Japanese spirit.
  152. In present day, the Emperor and Shinto religion are still connected in ceremonies such as Niname-no-matsuri (ceremonial offering by the Emperor of newly-harvested rice to the deities).
  153. In present day, they are kept at the Ueda City museum and Hikone Castle museum.
  154. In present, the starting point of this road is Tsubaichi (also known as Tsubakinoichi).
  155. In present-day Japan, it is used as the name for a role used in a rite or festival held at a shrine in which local residents and their children participate in the ritual.
  156. In present-day Japan, the resignation of public practice physicians is sometimes called chosan.
  157. In present-day Japan, there are some groups that perform Shingaku music, such as the Association of the Study of Ming and Qing-era Chinese Music (in Tokyo), Nagasaki Association of the Preservation of the Ming and Qing-era Chinese Music (in Nagasaki City) and the gekkin section of Yokosuka Association of Ryoma (in Yokosuka City, Kanagawa Prefecture).
  158. In present-day Okinawa Prefecture, a new dialect of Japanese language which is called uchina yamatoguchi (Okinawan Japanese) is spoken (except for the Amami Islands).
  159. In present-day South Korea, there is controversy on this 'Kokushi-koku.'
  160. In present-day historical study, there are divergent views on whether the Kokubun clan governed the Miyagi County in the Kamakura period and many take skeptical views on whether Shigetane really existed.
  161. In present-day tabi, the ankle is fastened by hooking metallic parts called 'kohaze' on looped threads called "ukeito" (or 'kakeito').
  162. In previous cases, a domain would be abolished and its retainers would become vassals of the bakufu when a lord was called by Edo-jo Castle to assume the post of shogun, such as the fifth shogun Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA from Tatebayashi Domain, and the sixth shogun Ienobu TOKUGAWA from Kofu Domain.
  163. In previous times, monks in purple robes were rare.
  164. In previous years, when Yoshitomo had been in Owari Province, a member of the family named Tadamune OSADA had died due to treachery.
  165. In prewar times, a chasho (tea dealer), who found the scraps of mochi left after the kagamibiraki (the custom of cutting and eating a large, round rice cake, which has been offered to the gods at New Year, on January 11) wasteful, roasted and mixed them with tea leaves, and this was said to be the beginning of genmaicha.
  166. In principal, the citizens were not allowed to change their social status, but in the mid Edo period and later this system began to collapse again.
  167. In principle the festival is held on the fourth Saturday and Sunday of October every year.
  168. In principle, 'O-toro' and 'Chu-toro' refers to the anterior and posterior part of ventral meat, respectively.
  169. In principle, Korea is an independent country that opened the country and concluded a Japanese-Korea Treaty of Amity with Japan.'
  170. In principle, a Guji and a Negi are assigned to each shrine.
  171. In principle, a head of a family must be a male, but female head of a family existed in case of creation of a new household register by illegitimate children or succession to a family.
  172. In principle, a head of a family was a man, but a woman was also allowed to succeed the position of family head.
  173. In principle, a person who had the highest court rank among the persons of Minamoto clan became Genji choja.
  174. In principle, as basic manners, "sitting straight when we put a yugake on or off," or "always take a yugake off when we do anything except for kyusha."
  175. In principle, both Kurotomesode and Irotomesode are full dress for married women, but these days, an increasing number of unmarried women wear Irotomesode.
  176. In principle, both men and women must be dressed in white, though men may also wear loincloths.
  177. In principle, celebrations are conducted at the same ages regardless of the age system used.
  178. In principle, deerskin is used as a leather.
  179. In principle, each samurai paid his own expenses during the military service; his attendants (Buke hokonin) accompanying him were mostly rearguard supporters such as spear carriers or provision transporters except young samurai who served to protect him (one to two persons for each horseman).
  180. In principle, even aristocrats and bureaucrats living in Heiankyo were expected to receive Nenryo betsuno sokoku at the local area, but Engishiki states that transport fees of Iroku from countries further than Chugoku (Ritsuryo province) were to be compensated by the government.
  181. In principle, examples of conjugation in KA-row sounds are shown (The same applies in case of adjectives).
  182. In principle, fudai daimyo (daimyo as hereditary vassal to the Tokugawa family) with more than 10,000 koku were appointed to Jisha-bugyo, simultaneously serving as Sojaban (officials in charge of ceremonies).
  183. In principle, gocho were prepared per province, but Ezochi (inhabited area of Ainu), Ryukyu and Shodo-shima Island were each treated as one province, and Mutsu Province was divided into seven parts.
  184. In principle, he could be considered as a Kyoto samurai who was loyal to the Imperial Court.
  185. In principle, heads of Sekke and Seiga family became Dukes or Marquises, families whose ranks were below them became earls if they had produced many Dainagon (chief of the councilor of State), and otherwise they became viscounts.
  186. In principle, if an official obtained the third rank, i.e., status of high court noble, he was permitted to enter the Imperial Palace; however, a noble of the fourth or fifth rank, or even a chamberlain of the sixth rank were permitted to enter the Imperial Palace ('Tenjobito') if they were given imperial sanction.
  187. In principle, kirizuma-zukuri uses hottate-bashira posts, which were erected by excavating a hole in the ground and being secured directly in the ground.
  188. In principle, offices were organized as follows:
  189. In principle, only one poem was selected per poet (but with a few exceptions, of course, such as the poems by Emperor Sutoku and Akisuke).
  190. In principle, only shinuchi (full-fledged master of storytelling) rakugo storytellers can play the role of tori.
  191. In principle, only the emperor had authority, but in fact, the emperor basically did not exercise powers by himself, but a cabinet (prime minister) made decisions with the emperor's consent.
  192. In principle, roofing material in shrine construction is wood (wood strip roofing or cedar bark roofing); later on, in the modern era, copper sheeting became a material of choice.
  193. In principle, shinkai (ranks granted to Shinto gods) were never reduced, and unlike humans whose lives come to an end, gods have unlimited life-spans, which led to many shrines becoming Shoichii with time.
  194. In principle, shugo (provincial constable) had a right to press packhorses and servicemen used for konida, and so did warring lords, but actually it was konidabugyo (the commissioner of rear-echelon support troops) who was the decision maker.
  195. In principle, such portraits should depict only the figure of a poet without any scenery or furnishings.
  196. In principle, such rice fields were fuyusoden but shikibunden provided to Gunjis were yusoden (rice fields subject to rice field tax).
  197. In principle, taking photos within the structure is prohibited.
  198. In principle, the Chinese letter '浅' is never read as 'aza' in Japanese reading.
  199. In principle, the doctor at a local province should have been the person who came from the very province, but in reality, some provinces had no doctors and some doctors served two or more provinces at the same time.
  200. In principle, the levy of a kojichi was not restricted by location and it was possible to claim it even in places with right of asylum or when the debtor was under the protection of authorities (these were regarded as extraterritorial areas in the case of Shichitori, which was the attachment of property of a third party living in the same area of a debtor in default).
  201. In principle, the local government was based on a feudal system under which the authorized feudal lord (daimyo) was allowed to administer the assingned territory only for one generation.
  202. In principle, the post of oryoshi was concurrently assumed by kokushi (provincial governor) or gunji (locall magistrate) who excelled in military art.
  203. In principle, the props to be used in rakugo are limited to sensu and tenugui, but in rare cases a teacup is also used.
  204. In principle, the system comprised of Yorioya, someone who directly belonged to the Takeda clan and Yoriko, a soldier who was under the care of Yorioya.
  205. In principle, the term for councilors was seven years but the Imperial family, the princes and marquis councilors from the peerage, and Chokusen Councilors (see below) from the Chokunin Councilors had life tenure.
  206. In principle, there was one kocho for each town or village, but in fact, one kocho took charge of several towns or villages.
  207. In principle, these formal kimono are worn for formal ceremonial occasions like wedding ceremonies and conferment ceremonies of decoration and tea parties, and auspicious ceremonies.
  208. In principle, these ministries were composed of four classes of government officials (shitokan), namely kami (director), suke (assistant director), jo (inspector), and sakan (secretary), and their authorities were also defined by law.
  209. In principle, they grip the bow with the left hand and wear a yugake on the right hand and draw a bow by putting the string on the base of the right hand thumb, at this moment the yugake protects the thumb from the string.
  210. In principle, they were written in kana (the Japanese syllabary), and distinguished from a historical essay written in Chinese.
  211. In principle, this was the very first Kenbokkaishi.
  212. In principle, those who committed these crimes were executed.
  213. In prison, he was engaged in medical care of prisoners and also called for the improvement of the poor prison environment.
  214. In private Japanese houses, the raised floor area supported by pillars and the doma area have been valued equally since ancient times, and connecting these two factors constitutes the basic style of such houses.
  215. In private companies, Mitsubishi, which was founded by Yataro IWASAKI, and Mitsui became businessmen with political ties, under the protection of the government.
  216. In private, she was called Kuniko or Sumi-hime too.
  217. In processes 2 and 4, the shrine parishioner's community is often visited.
  218. In procuring sakamai as raw material, sake can be brewed with very favorable conditions in areas (countries) with favorable geographical conditions that allow large-scale cultivation using large machines.
  219. In producing Kanzashi, a variety of materials were used including, without limitation, lacquered woods (boxwood, paulownia, ho, cherry), gold/silver plated metals (brass was generally used in the modern times thanks to its durability), tortoise shell and silk.
  220. In producing soy milk, a process that involves filtering after boiling is called 'nishibori' (filtering method), while the process of filtering before boiling is called 'namashibori' (filtering method).
  221. In production areas, an electric instrument with a foot lever is used for peeling.
  222. In productions where the period is unspecified or set from the Meiji period onwards when common people were allowed to have surnames, the performers occasionally introduce characters whose surnames relate back to the real names of the storytellers to whom they are related, and whose family names are common.
  223. In professional sumo, only wrestlers with the rank of makushita or above are allowed to tie Hakata obi sash.
  224. In promoting isolation, a shuinjo, namely a trade permit was an obstacle.
  225. In promotion to Shogun's retainer in July 1867, he was assigned the Mimawarigumi Oyatoi rank.
  226. In proportion with the increase of Japanese people, the scale of trade between Japan and Korea became larger than that between China and Korea.
  227. In prose and poetry, they approved poems of Tang.
  228. In protest against the fact that the imperial line was not transferred from the Northern Court (Japan) to the Southern Court (Japan), he raised an army in Ise Province only to be suppressed by the Toki clan in August 1412.
  229. In providing commentaries on Kojiki in "Kojikiden," he established Kokugaku (the study of Japanese classical literature), which worships the age of Japanese deities.
  230. In provinces governed by several daimyo, the leading daimyo was ordered to orchestrate preparation, or several daimyo shared the task.
  231. In public places, especially intersections and riversides where people easily gathered, notices would be put up, publishing anonymously written kyoka (lit. mad poems) that generally satirized current events.
  232. In punishing the farmers who failed to pay rice taxes, he made them put on straw raincoats, gave orders to set fire to them, and let them die in agony.
  233. In pursuit of the "do" or "michi" (the way), it has something to do with "sado" (the way of tea), "nihon buyo" (Japanese dance) or "geido" in that they share the common mental attitudes or movements, such as "zanshin" (a state of awareness; of relaxed alertness, which is spelled as 残心, 残身, 残芯).
  234. In railway construction, trains were shifted from steam locomotive to diesel trains (diesel car) or electric trains.
  235. In railway routes connecting European cities, many passengers needed a meal twice or more, because they used to stay on a train for a long time.
  236. In raising his army, the person who he relied on most was the head of his original Miura clan, Yoshimura MIURA.
  237. In rakugo the focus is on the art of narration, so music, sound effects and the like are not used when the storyteller narrates the story.
  238. In rakugo, gestures are an important complement to the words.
  239. In rakugo, storytellers convey the attire and appearance of the characters they portray not with various physical objects such as costume, props, the stage setting, kakiwari, stage lighting, and sound effects, but with words and gestures.
  240. In rakugo, the performer never speaks from a book or note.
  241. In rare cases there are stumps (seedlings) without spines, due to mutation.
  242. In rare cases, agemaki knot is tied between ninamusubi knots or a plum-shaped flower knot is tied instead of ninamusubi knots.
  243. In rare cases, certain sengoku daimyo were from a low status and such cases are deemed examples of gekokujo (an inverted social order when the lowly reigned over the elite) which was the trend at that time.
  244. In rare cases, characters expressing the tone of kango (words of Chinese origin) such as `up,' or `gone,' are laid out on the right side of the words where word-and-sound notation is used to express the accent of such words.
  245. In rare cases, jimon is made with Kataorimono (hard woven) style.
  246. In rare cases, other leather is used for decorative purposes, but the leather originating from deerskin such as inden (tanned deerskin or sheepskin) and so on are used in many decorations.
  247. In rare cases, rou sing made from fish meat is available but that made from pork and beef is more common.
  248. In rare cases, the rank was given as additional honor to middle-rank and lower samurai, not being a chief retainer, who had made major contributions to the Meiji Restoration.
  249. In reaction to that the monks of Enryaku-ji Temple barricaded themselves in the Konponchudo Hall and vehemently criticized Yoshinori.
  250. In reaction to this, Gashu Sanka-ji Temple side--Rengo, Renko and his child Renkei, Kensei, and Jitsugo--protested to Hongan-ji Temple and denounced Jitsugen and Raishu SHIMOTSUMA.
  251. In reaction to this, Japan criticized the envoy sent in 771 for giving an impolite johyobun (memorial to the emperor).
  252. In real life
  253. In reality however, Kenen school sects were split into Keigaku (learning of Keisho that is the general term for most important literature in Confucianism) party with Shundai DAZAI and Shunan YAMAGATA, and Shibun (prose and poetry) party with Nankaku, Higashino ANDO, and Kinka HIRANO.
  254. In reality however, such kokujin and hikan formed the power base for sengoku daimyo.
  255. In reality its location is far away from Nijo-dori Street.
  256. In reality there were also gundan that had fewer than 1,000 men.
  257. In reality they did not truly support Mochiuji, the Kamakura kubo.
  258. In reality they were treated as equivalent to ashigaru.
  259. In reality, "firearm unit" was merely a name, and the group was mobilized as locally-hired officers and low-ranking samurai from a domains working in Edo.
  260. In reality, Ako Roshi brought a whistle for a signal but did not have a drum.
  261. In reality, Morosuke held actual control of the Imperial Court.
  262. In reality, Satoyama in recent times was far from the utopian space where communities enjoyed a harmonious coexistence with nature, but a space that would have been met with catastrophe by overuse, unless the state or community had not have prevented it by establishing a rigid control system.
  263. In reality, Uesugi family relative and koke member Yoshiyasu HATAKEYAMA was the one who stopped Tsunanori, since Hyobu CHISAKA had died in 1700 and Matashiro IROBE was not at work due to mourning for his father.
  264. In reality, additional personnel definitely attended the meetings, this would have included: Okubo and Yamaoka from the Tokugawa family side, and Shinpachi MURATA and Toshiaki KIRINO from the 'expeditionary force to the east' side.
  265. In reality, among the poems romantically exchanged between the Emperor and his ladies that are recorded in "Emperor Murakami's Imperial Poetry Anthology" and other collections, the poems sent to and by Queen Kishi, especially the courting poems before she entered the court, stand out from the rest, and are quite numerous.
  266. In reality, back then, there was Higashiyama-dono (Yoshimasa) as opposed to Muromachi-dono (Yoshihisa), and the policymaking government seemed to have been split into two bodies.
  267. In reality, because ojo means to die and, moreover, to become a Buddha, it is considered that the line of thought where one would become a Buddha upon death became common.
  268. In reality, during the eleventh and twelfth centurys, the Zaichokanjin controlled Kokuga politics and Zuryo (the head of the provincial governors) Kokushi could not execute governing duty of the province without Zaichokanjin's political power.
  269. In reality, even if ikki was ostensibly prohibited, they virtually had to admit ikki as a social custom by which to execute rights by people of peasant status, as mentioned above.
  270. In reality, five pairs of tanka were omitted for some reason from each of April and summer, so 30 pairs (60 tanka) were read, while a document also contained the omitted ones.
  271. In reality, he was an outstanding personality in warfare and political tactics among the Japanese territorial lords during the Sengoku period.
  272. In reality, he was fond of novel things, for example, Nanban (European)-style armors and Nanban-style clocks.
  273. In reality, he was the only one of the Shinagon who became a member of the Imperial Court before FUJIWARA no Michinaga came to power in September, 992.
  274. In reality, however, as encirclement was not sufficient and, for example, Nagamasu ODA succeeded to escape, Nobutada's judgment was a big mistake that could change the history.
  275. In reality, however, as there are restrictions "koji ratio 15 % or more" and "use of standard rice, "sake with the ratio of koji below fifteen percent, produced from substandard rice, crushed rice produced in the process of polishing rice, or rice powder cannot be called "junmaishu."
  276. In reality, however, fuse at funerals is the biggest income for temples and it is impossible to maintain temples without it.
  277. In reality, however, influential members in Jokyoku (a law-making body) of Giseikan held concurrently a responsible position of Gyoseikan and Keihokan were put under the supervision of Gyoseikan; thus the separation of powers was not performed properly.
  278. In reality, however, it is considered that the above-mentioned dissatisfaction on the part of Kyogoku and Akamatsu clans was the cause for the decision of shogun Yoshiakira.
  279. In reality, however, it is told that the death caused by dysentery is the most reliable view.
  280. In reality, however, it is usually caused by improper storing method or temperature control by a distributor, or retailer after shipment or consumer after purchase.
  281. In reality, however, it may be impossible in terms of the age.
  282. In reality, however, it seems that when AWATA no Mahito, who was an envoy to Tang China, returned to Japan after over 30 years and joined the Imperial Court government, such problems became clear.
  283. In reality, however, sekisho yaburi is said to have been fully normalized throughout the post stations with the collusion of the checkpoint officials.
  284. In reality, however, some Gonin-gumi cho contained missing families who had run away or family composition that was different from reality.
  285. In reality, however, the capital was moved three years after Yakatsugu's death to Nagaoka-kyo and later to Heian-kyo, marking the decline of Heijo-kyo.
  286. In reality, however, the number of yeasts is not calculated one by one, but as a unit called "cell."
  287. In reality, however, the territory of Yunagaya Domain was regarded as a registered rice paddy independent from Nobeoka Domain.
  288. In reality, however, they cannot be seen for some unknown reason because they are hidden by 'Yatsugi no Mori' (Yatsugi Forest: the forest of Yatsugikami no mikoto-jinja Shrine), which has been protected with care by the local residents.
  289. In reality, however, this is mainly the opinion of the breweries.
  290. In reality, however, this post was a honorable post and Konoe-jisho (vice Minister of the Imperial Guard) and Rokui-kanjin (government officials whose court rank was Sixth Rank) (Jibu shojo (Junior Secretary of the Ministry of Civil Affairs) etc.) were appointed to the deputy and supervised officials and Naiju.
  291. In reality, however, this system was supported by local administrative bodies which were in charge of ruling people/collecting tax in each region.
  292. In reality, human nature is blunder (fukaku) because it is covered with avidya (mumyo) and trapped by illusions; when blunder and illusion disappear, the state of 'Kaku (awakening)' remains.
  293. In reality, ichizoku ikki wasn't so easily transformed into kokujin ikki.
  294. In reality, it is possible that he did not do many of his duties while he was working as a Toritsugiyaku (gentleman-usher between the Bakufu and Court) of the Imadegawa family.
  295. In reality, it was a fusilier regiment in name alone and its members were mobilized to serve as local officials lower ranking samurai to work on an ad-hoc basis in Edo (now modern day Tokyo).
  296. In reality, nuclear physicist Dr. Borst scientifically dated the 'Koi uranai-no-Ishi' (lit. love fortune-telling stones) to the Jomon period.
  297. In reality, one-ryo gold coins, one-monme silver coins and one-mon copper coins were traded at floating rates.
  298. In reality, she was the ruler of ooku in the latter half of Iemitsu's era and, reportedly, she reported to the shogun failure of officials when building a new palace in all particular and she held a sarugaku (Noh) performance in ooku over opposition of officers of the bakufu.
  299. In reality, since temples were built on the sites donated by Kaiki patrons, they were more or less forced to compromise.
  300. In reality, the higher the class of sake, the smaller the amount of charcoal used and, for choice sake for which stable consumers exist, it is only around 0.06 kg..
  301. In reality, the regulations of the Ritsuryo system were becoming estranged from the real world, and more importance came to be placed on the Kyakushiki, which supplemented the Ritsuryo.
  302. In reality, the two forms seem to have originated from the fact that samurai families favored the old-fashioned zundo while ordinary people preferred the showy sogi that they had developed from the zundo.
  303. In reality, there are also many temples that were made Chokugan-ji temples by Imperial sanction after their founding.
  304. In reality, there are many cloudy days in the San-in region (an area in the southwest of Honshu, the main island of Japan).
  305. In reality, they carried one or two for an emergency escape, or one bo shuriken to be used as a tool to climb stone walls and dig holes.
  306. In reality, they went back home once and prepared well for the trip prior to their departure when they received a mission of intelligence collection.
  307. In reality, this golden background was an effect obtained by kindei (gold paint).
  308. In reality, this is related to the hekketsu event (see 'hekketsu-hi'), and the clothing worn as well as the covers laid on the floor were pale yellow (pale yellow + red = green).
  309. In reality, this second series was more of a dojinshi organized by TANIZAKI and other contributors who were still students at the University of Tokyo, which borrowed the renowned name of the "Shinshicho".
  310. In reality, this trouble was settled by accepting all requirements by Enryaku-ji Temple; namely, the exile of Morotaka and imprisonment of Shigemori's retainer who had shot the portable shrine.
  311. In reality, wrestlers have a time limit.
  312. In reality, yorishiro (object to which a spirit is drawn or summoned) of divine spirit is considered the origin of tamagushi.
  313. In recent Japan, however, places where the Milky Way is visible are limited even after the moon has set because of light pollution.
  314. In recent archaeology study, however, while handen shuju is considered to have started in the Asuka period or early Nara period, first appearance of land representation using jori was in 743, the mid Nara period.
  315. In recent performances presented by the Chushingura (the Treasury of Loyal Retainers) he has often been depicted as such.
  316. In recent religious regulations, only hoshu can definitely become the chief abbot, the manager of Shumu (General Affairs of a sect) politics, after going through a candidate selection meeting for the chief abbot.
  317. In recent research and historical study, doubt was cast on the existence of Prince Ohodo; this was effected in the belief of some scholars that Prince Ohodo was an implant; being a fictitious person inserted during the process of creating the genealogy tables, in an attempt to show the legitimacy in the enthronement of the Emperor Keitai.
  318. In recent studies, it has become clear that they were part of military maneuvering between the two sides involved in the Meio Coup.
  319. In recent times Kyujutsu usually had both aspects so, it can not easily be divided into two categories (See the characteristics of Kyujutsu in resent times).
  320. In recent times, 'Chintakureifu' on which all of 72 kinds of charms are printed is offered in scrolls and enshrined at myoken-gu and reifusha in various locations
  321. In recent times, Kamakura has become a place where cultured people such as writers and artists have lived and provided the setting for many dramas and novels.
  322. In recent times, Kawara has started to be used for castles, which were formerly temporary buildings in most cases.
  323. In recent times, Keishi (household superintendent) such as hereditary house of prince and Sekke (line of regents and advisers) were considered to be equivalent to this class in the Imperial Court and became the official title for them.
  324. In recent times, explosive or oil pots seems to be thrown in place of a stone.
  325. In recent times, imperial sanctions have been issued without reason, disrupting roji and defiling state-sponsored temples, and this is very unsuitable.
  326. In recent times, it has become clear that the client list (house list) is a synonym for `profit`.
  327. In recent times, it has been used for making an offering of sacred sake or food in Shinto rituals at a shinto shrine.
  328. In recent times, it is true that some moshu (hosts of the funeral) feel unhappy about being short of sleep for the funeral, but this is really an example of getting one's priorities wrong.
  329. In recent times, it proclaimed itself the 'Akita clan' and survived as a daimyo, and after the Meiji Restoration it was given the title of viscount.
  330. In recent times, since dried grass was an important manure for paddy cultivation, in order to secure the necessary amount of dried grass, sometimes a small-scale Kusayama was prepared and kept free from being re-forested.
  331. In recent times, the fabric is the linen processed with kobari (thick coating of whitewash).
  332. In recent times, the fabric is the linen processed with kobari, and various patterns are printed with aozuri on the fabric.
  333. In recent times, the phrase 'The xxxx shrine reisai, xxth day of xxxx' can be found on posters for noted places in various regions.
  334. In recent times, the road was called the Kami-kaido.
  335. In recent times, the road was called the Naka-kaido.
  336. In recent times, there was also a fire in 1947 in which 16 of the National Treasure designated wall paintings of the Shin-den (Emperor's residence) were destroyed.
  337. In recent year studies, the theory stating that the title 'Tenno' was adopted sometime after the period of Emperor Tenmu (latter half of 7th century) is a powerful one.
  338. In recent year, it has become an institution that the deputy secretary such as former Ministry of Interior or one who experienced an equal post (the Tokyo Metropolitan Police commissioner) takes up the grand steward position.
  339. In recent years Japanese food has experienced a boom in the United States and salmon roe has come to be well-known as a sushi topping.
  340. In recent years however, while environmental protection is emphasized, some have proposed the use of Furoshiki instead of supermarket checkout bags (described in detail in contemporary reassessment).
  341. In recent years in Okinawa Prefecture, events such as the restoration of Shuri-jo Castle have presented greater opportunities to reassess Ryukyu kingdom court culture.
  342. In recent years it has also been identified that the pollen dispersal period is increasing in length.
  343. In recent years it has been considered that this incident was constructed as a means for the Emperor and Tokihira to rid themselves of the political power of the Retired Emperor Uda.
  344. In recent years it has kept the close ties with Inoue-ryu of Kyomai (Kyo dance), and the third and after Yachiyo INOUE, the head of the Inoue family, has been Kuroemon KATAOKA's wife or daughter.
  345. In recent years the excavation and research has been progressing in archaeology and these well-known remains have been reexamined.
  346. In recent years the latter case is increasing.
  347. In recent years the spelling of his name in Japanese katakana letters are written as 'ヘプバーン' or 'ヘップバーン' instead of 'ヘボン.'
  348. In recent years, "Wado-kaichin" theory is becoming predominant.
  349. In recent years, 'sushi as nihon-ryori' has been recognized throughout the world.
  350. In recent years, Al (Kyoto Prefecture, head office is in Maizuru City. Opened in 1995) of the Heiwa-do group moved in front of the Higashi-Maizuru station.
  351. In recent years, Asuka existed as a name of a local government unit, Asuka Village (飛鳥村) in this region, until Asuka Village (明日香村) was established after the municipal merger in 1956.
  352. In recent years, Enjaku JITSUKAWA (the second)'s performance as Goemon has is still said to be especially wonderful when he acted in Tokyo Gekijo Theatre in May, 1950; that performance was even recorded in a movie.
  353. In recent years, Fumihiko GOMI has been examining the conjecture of Kuniji YASHIRO in more detail.
  354. In recent years, Ippodo has been participating in various events in cooperation with the municipal authority of Kyoto City, by delegating its staff members to community halls to give lectures on how to make tea and how useful it is to drink tea.
  355. In recent years, Japanese domestic manufacturers have decreased rapidly.
  356. In recent years, Kikugoro ONOE VII plays the role of Kozo.
  357. In recent years, Maizuru City has actively appealed Maizuru Port's scenic beauty formed by its ria coast.
  358. In recent years, National Route 24 between Kyoto and Nara came to be known by its nickname, Nara-kaido Road.
  359. In recent years, Rie MIYAZAWA has attracted public attentions by publishing her figure in a fundoshi loincloth in a 1989 calendar, which was followed by a stream of various photo albums, adult videos and so on, containing pictures of women in fundoshi loincloths.
  360. In recent years, Senko is also used in a room as the deodorant or aromatic as well as for the purpose of healing since Senko with floral scents or perfume scents have been introduced.
  361. In recent years, Shokubunke Shudan of the Kita school withdrew from 'Kita gathering,' which Kitaryu Soke (the head family or house of Kita school) presides, at the same time, and have been actually operating the Kita school as Kitaryu shokubunkai (gathering of Kita school's occupational branch families).
  362. In recent years, Susumu NAKANISHI explains that both jokotoba and makurakotoba must be put together as an 'associated expression' and must not be distinguished too strictly.
  363. In recent years, Tenugui have been reevaluated, and you can find Tenuguis with various patterns in komono accessories shops or handicraft shops.
  364. In recent years, a heavy metal band, Sex Machineguns sung out their feelings on Ehime mikan titled as "The song of mikan" in 1996.
  365. In recent years, a machine automatically forming bite-sized balls of shari (vinegared rice) has been prevailing mainly in popularized and chain sushi restaurants.
  366. In recent years, a new theory has arisen that Kasuga no Tsubone was actually the biological mother of Iemitsu; this viewpoint has since been expressed by a variety of groups, including by history programs on television.
  367. In recent years, a number of non-bubbling yeasts have been developed
  368. In recent years, a rice omelet has been a regular item on the menu at the maid caf? (coffee shop where waitresses are dressed in maid's uniforms).
  369. In recent years, a study was conducted by Fumihiko GOMI from 1990 to 2000, which deepened the analysis by Kuniji YASHIRO, considering when and by whom those diaries and the written records which became a foundation of "Azuma Kagami" were written.
  370. In recent years, aiming to acquire new source of revenue, the bank has again started aggressively opening new branches outside Kyoto Prefecture.
  371. In recent years, among the various historical candidates, it is this woman who is most likely to, in fact, be Himiko.
  372. In recent years, another theory is also influential which regards that using Claviceps virens Sakurai, that is, a lump of mold which was naturally-induced on rice ears in the rice paddy, was the origin of malt in Japan.
  373. In recent years, as Japanese dance has gone international, the term Nihon Buyo is establishing itself in the Western countries and the Asian region.
  374. In recent years, as a new export item to Japan, suggestion and discussion have been made in such places and occasions as the citizens' college and business seminars under the auspices of the Korean-based "Newspaper for logistics of agriculture and fisheries."
  375. In recent years, as fire stations sometimes issue administrative guidance not to make a fire in a ceremonial hall at night, Tsuya is sometimes observed in the form called Hantsuya (hold a wake for half a night) rather than keeping all-night vigil in urban ceremonial halls and the bereaved members of the family go home.
  376. In recent years, at a number of lakes such as Lake Biwa, dams have been built in the rivers that connect the lakes to the outer sea, and large-scale river improvement projects have taken place.
  377. In recent years, attempts to rejuvenate the area by agritourism initiatives such offering visitors farm work experiences and farmhouse accommodation have started to be implemented.
  378. In recent years, cases of the shakubuku by extremist organization's believers getting into trouble with the police have been reported by mass media.
  379. In recent years, chanbara has been brought back as a kind of sports called sports chanbara.
  380. In recent years, colorful and fancy downsized thermos lunchboxes for woman are appearing.
  381. In recent years, combined tsuba and tsubadome have started to be sold.
  382. In recent years, comic magazine sales have been decreasing, but comic book sales have been broadly flat while there is an increase or decrease.
  383. In recent years, cuisine incorporating soymilk called 'tonyu nabe' (soymilk one-pot dish) has grown in popularity.
  384. In recent years, drilling hot springs has been vigorously conducted around the nation with the aim of regional development and attracting tourists.
  385. In recent years, dry yeasts imported from Mauri Yeast Australia are commercially available.
  386. In recent years, due to the development of air-conditioning units, the use of beaded obijime has risen, irrespective of the season.
  387. In recent years, due to the global warming, the 'early' flowering report has been repeated every year.
  388. In recent years, especially since the dry sake boom, there is the tendency to deem nihonshudo as the decisive standard to determine the dryness of sake, but this is not correct.
  389. In recent years, especially the mass media tends to pay attention to the flowering, and multiple media representatives often come to see the observations of the staff and to gather information during the season.
  390. In recent years, events to certify the soba making skill levels have been organized at various locations and soba making has become a vogue mainly among the baby-boomers.
  391. In recent years, except the case of margarine above, there are not so many examples about the use of whale bodies as food but there is a case that whale extract which produced in Norway was used as substitute for beef extract as ingredient of consomme (a clear soup).
  392. In recent years, female members of Imperial family also use cross-grained fans, but Princess Kazunomiya used a 38-slate fan at the ceremony of chakko (ceremony of first-time wearing of a hakama) which was probably not a cross-grained fan.
  393. In recent years, freezing and aquaculture technologies have developed, making it possible to eat fugu dishes all year around.
  394. In recent years, from the viewpoint of the prevention of lifestyle-related diseases, many sumo stables use more vegetables to cook nutritiously-balanced chankonabe under the dietician's instructions.
  395. In recent years, furisode is often worn by young unmarried women as a type of formal dress, since furisode are now seen as equally formal and appropriate as black or colored formal susomoyo (kimono with a pattern on the skirt) and homongi (a kind of semi-formal kimono for women).
  396. In recent years, hardware stores have taken it up as a side job, but in the days when Japanese (as opposed to Western) knives were commonly used, they were often seen in every town in busy shopping areas.
  397. In recent years, he has said 'I feel like I could make a lot more Otoko Wa Tsurai Yo films' when he is on location.
  398. In recent years, he has seldom played at National Noh Theater and sometimes played in a training room of his house (shikibutai).
  399. In recent years, he kind of agreed that his films have been influenced by Ozu.
  400. In recent years, he succeeded Kichinojo UMEWAKA (the fifth).
  401. In recent years, hocho has been reduced because the harm caused by pigeons has become a problem.
  402. In recent years, however, Cherry Blossom Front has sometimes moved in a complex curving line.
  403. In recent years, however, Tanba and Sandayu are considered to have been different people, and Sandayu was a grandchild of Tanba.
  404. In recent years, however, a view is dominant that the yomihon group (especially Engyobon) preserves the original style more than kataribon group does.
  405. In recent years, however, documents kept in the Nijo family, including some relating to sokuikanjo, were opened to the public to promote research on conducting sokuikanjo.
  406. In recent years, however, its value as historical records are being reviewed thanks to Kenji SAKAI's study that was conducted from the standpoint of Japanese language.
  407. In recent years, however, people find more convincing the story that his base was Shinozuka-jo Castle (present-day in Sakura City), and it is believed that Noritane set this castle as his strategic point and fought against Yoritane.
  408. In recent years, however, the Goshiki Fudo legend has often been told in conjunction with feng shui and there are various versions with the five directions being sometimes interpreted as Go-kaido Road.
  409. In recent years, however, the habit of adding a main ingredient to rice in a lunchbox and warming it in a microwave oven to eat, has been formed.
  410. In recent years, however, the preconditioned, "sake produced only from rice," which was taken for granted in the past, gives a fresh image and junmaishu has been forming one of the categories in the world of sake.
  411. In recent years, however, the tradition of soba making has been taken over by soba restaurants as home-made soba began a downward trend which continues to be the situation today.
  412. In recent years, however, the word sanpai is often used incorrectly for the emperor even in newspaper articles.
  413. In recent years, however, there have been a few challenges, including a decreasing number of cypress trees that are large enough, as well as a decreasing number of craftspeople to collect cypress bark known as motokawa-shi.
  414. In recent years, however, this tendency has gradually changed and more and more graduates of universities or vocational schools other than those listed above are able to enter the company.
  415. In recent years, however, this term has become used less often, and the term "Kofun Period", which coincides with the Yamato Period, is now commonly used (kofun is the Japanese word for ancient burial mounds).
  416. In recent years, illustrators in the world of subcultures are sometimes also called eshi.
  417. In recent years, imports from Africa and Morocco have increased to a level surpassing 60 percent of the whole production, but fishing prohibitions due to overfishing have been frequent, and imports from other production centers are increasing.
  418. In recent years, in Shingen's image, he has sideburns on the back even though he became a priest and was tonsured at the age of 39.
  419. In recent years, in addition to the conventional National Route 1 and the National Route 24, the Second Keihan Highway runs from north to south, whereas, Keiji By-Pass runs from east to west and, hence, it can be said that Ogura-ike Pond plays a key role in modern transportation.
  420. In recent years, in certain cases, it has been called chosen shinryaku (literally, invasion into Korea) by people centering on researchers who are interested in damage the Korean side suffered because the Korean Peninsula was the battlefield.
  421. In recent years, in line with the tendency of the orientation for "nama" (raw) by consumers, some breweries deliver sake as unfiltered raw unprocessed sake without conducting process from orisage and thereafter.
  422. In recent years, in order to meet the requirements of mass production, or because of the difficulty in obtaining good-quality straw for the traditional method, the mainstream practice has been to use pure cultured bacillus subtilis natto.
  423. In recent years, in particular, instead of tearing them down, the trend to restore and renovate aging merchant houses to reuse as residences or lodging facilities has been on the rise.
  424. In recent years, in the Kuwait political field, Jabir line royal family members had superiority over Salim line members, and upon Saad's ascension, there was a voice mainly from the Jabir line royal family members for Saad to abdicate because of his not being able to execute his duties.
  425. In recent years, in the field of Japanese history there is an influential theory that regards this incident as the beginning of the Sengoku period (period of warring states).
  426. In recent years, intricate models have been created such as "kuroimori no majo (a witch in the black wood)" (the witch transformed into a dragon and vice versa) created by Satoshi KAMIYA.
  427. In recent years, it has been called the three hanging decorations together with Sagemon from Yanagawa in Fukuoka and Hina no Tsurushikazari from Izu Inatori.
  428. In recent years, it is increasingly becoming difficult to pass down the teachings of Jodo Shinshu Sect due to the trend towards the nuclear family and the ever-increasing flow of young people to urban areas.
  429. In recent years, it is played as a mind sports rather than a general image of a cultural activity or a traditional culture, as it is played in a style of T-shirt and jeans and it requires instant response and good memory.
  430. In recent years, it is sometimes preferable and recommended to eat sushi with chopsticks.
  431. In recent years, it is used as an ingredient which is rich in fiber to make cakes and biscuits.
  432. In recent years, it is used in wide varieties of foods such as salad, vinegared food, and Tempura, in addition to Hijiki Gohan (boiled rice with hijiki, vegetables and meat or mixed rice and stewed hijiki mixture).
  433. In recent years, its military importance is increasing due to incidences involving North Korean covert-operation boats; therefore the Maizuru Air Port was built to deploy the Maizuru Fleet Air Force and the Special Boarding Unit
  434. In recent years, juzu that are composed of the proper number of beads suitable for the size of the ring (size of a hand), instead of sticking to a particular number like 22 beads or 25 beads, are produced.
  435. In recent years, light bulbs, fluorescent lamps and/or light -emitting diodes that are connected to a generator are used for mando in lieu of candles.
  436. In recent years, machines which can simultaneously also measure height, and are lighter for better portability have become common, and it has become possible to see sales people for mobile body measuring even on the Chinese continent.
  437. In recent years, maintenance such as weeding and raking of fallen leaves has been carried out in some forests but, when done in a natural forest as opposed to forests maintained for wood fuel or planted forests, this promotes degradation.
  438. In recent years, many breweries have adopted this method and, preparing various conditions other than the variety of rice, have sought to identify consumer preferences for varieties of rice or pursue brewing methods suitable for each variety of rice.
  439. In recent years, many ema unrelated to horses, such as those of good-luck animals like albino Japanese rat snakes and festival scenery are made and valued highly as good-luck charm of shrines and temples, and are lionized as charms when visiting the shrines and temples.
  440. In recent years, many people die in the hospital, in which case the makura-kyo is recited after the body is returned home or taken to a funeral home.
  441. In recent years, mechanization by sake brewers and a lack of workers has meant that itakusu is not as commonly removed and a shortage of itakasu has resulted in the word taking on a strong meaning of a manufactured substitute product.
  442. In recent years, miso made from various grains such as foxtail millet, barnyard millet, and common millet, are also sold at some natural food stores.
  443. In recent years, most funeral ceremonies have been Buddhist rituals.
  444. In recent years, mural paintings were discovered in this tumulus, for which a preservation project has been carried on as in the case of Takamatsuzuka-kofun Tumulus.
  445. In recent years, nationwide well-known producers such as House Foods Corp., S&B Foods, Inc. and McCormick & Company, Inc. (a joint venture with Lion Corporation) have entered the market.
  446. In recent years, one theory has had it that he was a different person from Mitsuharu AKECHI with confusing achievements and the other theory has had it that Mitsuharu AKECHI was a fictitious person created based on Hidemitsu.
  447. In recent years, particularly high airborne pollen levels were recorded in 1995 and 2005.
  448. In recent years, partly because of tendency of unusually warm winter and influences of global warming, natanetsuyu tends to be carried forward to the winter and fluctuation of weather is worried about.
  449. In recent years, people are cautious about the health effects of excessive consumption of cooking oil, and there is a way available to spray cooking oil over frozen korokke using a cooking spray and cook the sprayed frozen korokke in a toaster or electric oven.
  450. In recent years, people in other countries have enjoyed sumo as a traditional Japanese martial art, military art, or sport.
  451. In recent years, people's interests in performance arts in yose, such as rakugo and kodan, have declined conspicuously, and now only a few yose remain.
  452. In recent years, products that can be cooked on electromagnetic cookers have also appeared.
  453. In recent years, ramen dish styles have been exported to China, and now ramen is listed on menus in high-class restaurants there as well.
  454. In recent years, raw ingredients are often used as the toppings.
  455. In recent years, ruins of gardens were found after excavating inside the Nijo-jo Castle area where Reizeiin was placed.
  456. In recent years, sales of firewood as the fuel for salt production had expanded especially in the Sanyo region.
  457. In recent years, seishu produced in foreign countries has entered circulation and general consumers often see such sake.
  458. In recent years, some Tamagaki are made of tree or stone, and others are made of cement.
  459. In recent years, some company logo indicating lamps can indicate 'SOS' or 'HELP' on the actual empty car indicator by linking each other (if this kind of sign is seen in town, it is advisable to report it to the police promptly).
  460. In recent years, some do not observe this, with Jodo Shinshu (the True Pure Land Sect of Buddhism) which has not observed this custom playing a leading role).
  461. In recent years, some evidence shows that the temperate Japonica-rice, a rice-paddy plant, was introduced by the end of Jomon period.
  462. In recent years, some maneki-neko have been made of plastic, and numerous maneki-neko are still distributed every year.
  463. In recent years, some say that the size and associated image of unrefinedness are causes of decrease in consumption and there is a tendency to switch to smaller bottles. (Refer to "Nihonshu no Genzai" - Current situation of sake)
  464. In recent years, some taxi companies use tachographs with a memory card (digital) system.
  465. In recent years, some torii have contained iron pulp or have been made of reinforced concrete.
  466. In recent years, some water works bureaus have been implementing such Uchimizu movements.
  467. In recent years, some yukata have hems above the knee, like a miniskirt.
  468. In recent years, staff notation is often indicated alongside horizontal numeric notation.
  469. In recent years, streets that connected sightseeing spots around Kodai-ji Temple in Higashiyama, Kyoto were improved and became famous with a nickname 'Nene's path.'
  470. In recent years, studies on individual castle building technology that each sengoku daimyo was specialized in and showed unique character has been advanced.
  471. In recent years, such a case occurred in 2006 (July 31 coincided with July 7 of the old calendar and August 30 coincided with July 7 of the leap month. In this case, the day of the old calendar-based tanabata is only July 31 and tanabata is not celebrated twice a year).
  472. In recent years, taiyaki filled with cream instead of azuki bean paste are gaining popularity.
  473. In recent years, taking advantages of this feature, the number of taxi companies that aim at people whose transportation is constrained, such as disabled people and elderly people, has been increasing.
  474. In recent years, temari balls have reemerged not as a toy but as a decorative traditional art craft.
  475. In recent years, the Reizei Family has become famous for being descended from FUJIWARA no Teika; however, from the Muromachi period through the Meiji period the house of Sanjonishi, which passed on the traditions of the head and branch lines of the NIJO Family, was the mainstream of poetry as the successor to Teika.
  476. In recent years, the amount of usage of sugar has been on a declining trend and many 250 g cans contain close to the standard amount even today.
  477. In recent years, the beautiful geometric theorem discovered by wasan mathematicians is drawing the interests of people (at least on an avocational level), and is being introduced world-wide.
  478. In recent years, the coastal area has been developed as the land for electric power supply by the Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc., and the area is well-known for 'Genpatsu Ginza' (an area where a string of nuclear power plants are located).
  479. In recent years, the equipments were improved to new ones which were made of vinyl with balloon structure while the old ones had a risk of cushion deterioration.
  480. In recent years, the following theory has been proposed as well: Wide use of silver in Ming degraded the credibility of coins in Ming, affecting, in some way, situations in Japan at that time.
  481. In recent years, the former site of Honkoku-ji Temple (Nichiren Sect Head Temple, relocated to Yamashina-ku Ward) in the northern part of the precinct has been purchased.
  482. In recent years, the increasing number of funeral agencies, taking advantage of such a surviving family's ignorance, demand payment of an excessive sum for funeral costs, on which requests for consultation are given to local consumer centers and so on.
  483. In recent years, the light and tough kensui such as those made of acrylic plastic are also found.
  484. In recent years, the number of hydraulic doors, that do not need much human power, has been increasing, but there are still quit a few taxis with a human-powered doors using a wire or similar device, which means that this task for the taxi drivers is surprisingly heavy physical work.
  485. In recent years, the percentage of Muslim population is increasing among Japanese and foreign people living in Japan, and thanks to the efforts of those who are strictly adhere to Muslim values, in some cases, funerals at burial sites are allowed without cremation.
  486. In recent years, the research and study of minka has extended to include the houses of the Meiji, Taisho, and early Showa Eras.
  487. In recent years, the resort area has been trying to dispel the image of red-light area so as to survive.
  488. In recent years, the temperature range recommended by the brewer is shown on the sub-label (label on the backside).
  489. In recent years, the traffic network has further improved with the development of the Kosai Road and the opening of Kyoto Municipal Subway Tozai Line which runs from central Kyoto, passes through the foot of Hinooka, and traverses Yamashina Ward southward.
  490. In recent years, the true value of his works has been once again recognized.
  491. In recent years, the vast majority of sakaki or hisakaki branches sold in stores in Japan for use on Shinto altars are from trees grown in China and are imported by Japanese companies.
  492. In recent years, theories have appeared which recognize historicity in this tradition.
  493. In recent years, there are some railway companies which have some more time allowance in case for the delay of trains by extending the required travel time, which used to be shortened as a countermeasure against competitors, through review of the time schedule.
  494. In recent years, there has been an increase in kominka with a zinc roof over the thatched roof, ones roofed with tiles, ribbed-seam roofed houses and those with an entirely zinc roof.
  495. In recent years, there has been no major destruction of kofun because of preservation activities of Itasuke Kofun, and people share recognition that kofun should be preserved.
  496. In recent years, there is a theory that Shingen was manipulated by his roshin (old or key retainer), and Shingen's father was banished due to the coup by powerful local lords (kokujin) in Kai Province.
  497. In recent years, there is another theory that a Mito roshi Kumetaro ARAYA (新家粂太郎) was Nishiki NIIMI.
  498. In recent years, these dolls have been produced in yellow, white, green, and gold besides red.
  499. In recent years, they have been unveiled from July 2004 through June 2005 and from October 4 to 8, 2007 to commemorate the registration of world heritage of Yoshino and Omine.
  500. In recent years, they have had a nationwide survey of the extant Shikinaisha shrines, and its result has been published in "Shikinaisha Chosa Hokoku." (The Report of the Shikinaisha Survey) (edited by Shikinaisha Kenkyukai, the Kogakkan University publishing department)
  501. In recent years, this belief was exaggerated in Wars against other countries and was supported by state sponsorship of Shintoism.
  502. In recent years, this phrase is cynically used for sekitori who quickly climbed to the top levels from the student sumo.
  503. In recent years, towns that retain their character from during the Edo period are called Ko-edo (little Edo) (originally meant Kawagoe City and a few other cities).
  504. In recent years, with the changes in lifestyle of Japanese people, zabuton have been made to put on chairs, and many small products created to fit the shape of chairs have come into use.
  505. In recent years, with the influence of oil painting, we have seen the development of abstract drawings or artworks using thickly daubed paint and other such methods of expression which are not bound by traditional techniques.
  506. In recognition of his achievements during the period, Tamaki was allowed to establish a new branch family of SHISHIDO and was also appointed jikimetsuke-yaku (a kind of supervisor post).
  507. In recognition of his conquest of the Ouchi clan in the Oei Rebellion of 1399, Yoshishige SHIBA was appointed as Shugoshiki (military governor) of Echizen and Owari provinces which was kept in the order of succession after that.
  508. In recognition of his contribution, he was awarded with Shohachii (Senior Eighth Rank) after the restoration of the court rank system (When the former court rank system was abolished in 1871, previous ranks were all nullified, and the ranking standard was reviewed for the new ranking system, so this was not a demotion.).
  509. In recognition of his contribution, he was inducted into the baseball hall of fame in 2002.
  510. In recognition of his distinguished services after the Meiji Restoration, his family rank was changed to hereditary Imperial prince's family in 1880.
  511. In recognition of his military service, his heir Kazunari had his stipend increased to 10,000 koku and ranked among the feudal lords.
  512. In recognition of his service in achieving the domain transfer, Tadakuni was also appointed as jisha bugyo (magistrate of temples and shrines) in the same year.
  513. In recognition of its activities, the Mogami family was ranked as a great Daimyo of 580,000 koku.
  514. In recognition of the this achievement, he was promoted from Sangi (Royal Advisor) to Jusanmi Chunagon (Middle Counselor with Junior Third Rank) in 1594.
  515. In recognition of their achievement in producing these melodies, Sakurai Music Factory Limited Partnership and Teichiku Entertainment, Inc., were eventually placed in charge of producing melodies for the East Japan Railway Company (JR East).
  516. In recognition of this service, the Imperial Family made a donation of temple land located at Rokkaku Aburano-koji Street to Nichizon.
  517. In records, Tsunemichi can't be recognized as a participant of the Kangakue, but there is a possibility that he was a participant.
  518. In reddish colors
  519. In reference to such nature of the NDL, it is often said that 'the NDL is the final resource for materials.'
  520. In reference to the relation between the priest and Mitsuhide, Mitsuhide's only portrait hangs in Kaiun-ji/Hontoku-ji Temple (Kishiwada-shi), and on the backside of Mitsuhide's memorial tablet in this temple are carved the words, "at this temple a grave was made in Keicho 4."
  521. In reference to the success of Nagahama, Tsuruga City also planned to increase the number of tourists by a through special rapid train and began to work on the achievement of DC electrification with Fukui Prefecture in order to increase the number of through-trains from the Keihanshin area.
  522. In reference to this, there exists the following anecdote.
  523. In regard to the Chinese culture, there is a custom of drinking hot soymilk with sugar for breakfast and eating fried bread called Yutiyao soaked in soymilk.
  524. In regard to the Zen sect
  525. In regard to the choka above, many theories, such as that of Mokichi SAITO, used to purport that Hitomaro had many wives and mistresses, but recent theories generally assert that he composed these poems as love stories, not on the basis of his own real-life experiences.
  526. In regard to the myth of alchemy, Throth, the Egyptian God of Wisdom, Hermes, the Greek God, and Mercury, the Roman God, were combined as the God Hermes Trismegistos (Three times great Hermes).
  527. In regard to the treaties issued, the title of 'Dainippon Teikoku Kotei Heika' (literally, His Imperial Majesty of Great Empire of Japan) had been adopted before Showa Ju (10) nen Treaty No.9 issued in December 21, 1935.
  528. In regard to this incident it was initially presumed that Hojo clan made a countercharge, since their private land had been taken away in the Battle of Koan; however, it was subsequently discovered that Sanemori SANJO was involved, and there was suspicion that the retired Emperor Kameyama had agitated the matter behind the scenes.
  529. In regional politics, the Court delegated much administrative authority to Kokushi and in return, they bore the responsibility to pay taxes above a certain level to the government.
  530. In regions along the Keihan Line, Kintetsu Line, and subway, streets are lined with stores and large retailers which create a lively atmosphere.
  531. In regions like Kanto, except for Kansai, this custom is seldom seen so, that in places that do not practice the custom of Onnnamon, some families show disapproval of marriage because of custom differences (they insist that a bride should use her husband's family's Kamon).
  532. In regions north of Mutsu, roads with the Tokaido name are found here and there. If they are legacies of ancient times, it is likely that the Tokaido existed as a branch line in regions farther north.
  533. In regions of the yakuya (peasant) system, there are cases in which they were divided into honyaku (the predetermined amount of tax to be the tax standard for people), hanyaku, shihanyaku, mizuyaku and the like according to an amount and type of fueki (slave labor) to be borne.
  534. In regions other than Fukuoka Prefecture, konbu (a kind of kelp used for Japanese soup stock) is laid in the bottom of pot as an additional stock.
  535. In regions such as Greece where there are many believers of the Orthodox Church, there are many traditional foods that use octopus; while meat is prohibited during Lent (during Great Lent, even fish is prohibited), there is no such problem with octopus or squid.
  536. In regions that have construction craftsmen, tatemae and muneage mean a series of processes for scaffolding men to construct the framework by reviewing a banzuke hyo (a kind of the construction procedure manual) made by the head carpenter and to place a ridgepole on the top.
  537. In regions where nyumen is frequently eaten, cold nyumen are sometimes called 'hiya somen,' literally meaning cold somen, for distinction.
  538. In regions where separate soy-sauces are used, there are large differences in soy-sauce.
  539. In relation to sex-linked inheritance, many of the cats with larger area of a white coat are females and those with colors other than white are males.
  540. In relation to the Zen sect, following acts were each promulgated one by one.
  541. In relation to the above, approximately 1,500 members of Shinrankai held a sit-in protest at the Goei-do Hall of the Nishi Hongan-ji Temple because they felt the so-called Kobai faction had not responded sincerely.
  542. In relation to the eleventh Imperial Prince Kuninao, since he died seven month earlier than his father, Imperial Prince Hiroyoshi, thus Kuninao is not included in the successive Fushimi no Miya family.
  543. In relation to the event, there was a custom of picking young grasses in the fields on the first day of the rat in January.
  544. In relation to the family heir, he battled with Mochikiyo's 3rd son Masatsune KYOGOKU and, after being defeated, he escaped to Tsuruga City in Echizen Province.
  545. In relation to this legend, there are ancient structural remnants called the Komatsudate remains in the place between Izumigo and Sanjome, across the Abukuma-gawa River.
  546. In relation to this setup, the Tokaido Line outbound track for nonstop trains is currently not used; instead, the freight trains toward Suita Station pass through Platform 7.
  547. In relation to this, hymns and so on sang in mass for the dead (Requiems) were abolished due to content which had deviated from the original view of life and death of Christianity.
  548. In relation to this, there is a study that argues that the so-called 'Eighth son, scion of the Prime Minister, Chomaru (長丸),' who carried Nobunaga's Buddhist mortuary tablet in his funeral at the Daitoku-ji Temple, was Nobuyoshi.
  549. In religion, new schools of Japanese Buddhism called Kamakura New Buddhism were established, becoming widely accepted by general public.
  550. In religion, the syncretism of Shintoism and Buddhism was rejected (separation of Buddhism and Shintoism), and moves to oppress Buddhism (Haibutsu-kishaku) were also observed.
  551. In religions other than Buddhism, an object of religious attention that is held to be important.
  552. In reparation for his achievements, the Imperial Family donates to him a temple site on Rokkaku-dori Street Aburanokoji-dori Street.
  553. In reply to the Masamitsu's question about the person, Yoritomo introduced Naoie by saying 'He is Kojiro Naoie KUMAGAI, the bravest warrior in Japan.'
  554. In reply, he wrote made an ode, 'Inabune no,' suggesting that Kaneie wait for a while.
  555. In reprisal, Zoyo intentionally held a magnificent flower banquette at Oharano on the same day on which Takatsune held a banquette at his residence with the attendance of shogun Yoshiakira.
  556. In republican Rome, citizens were divided into two classes of Kizoku (patricius) and common people (plebeius), and initially, politics were controlled by Kizoku, with administrative rulers, including members of the Chamber of Elders, exclusively occupied by Kizoku.
  557. In research based upon rice plant DNA in recent years, it is assumed that the introduction of temperate Japonica cultivation by wet-rice agriculture was most likely introduced by the southern route since the variations in rice plant DNA were fewer on the Korean peninsula.
  558. In research conducted until the 1960's, places whose name was associated with 'Kokufu' as 'Ko,' 'Kokubunji,' 'Soja' or names that are similar to the above were searched.
  559. In research in recent years it is not the Tokugawa surname that appears but, the Matsudaira name that appears.
  560. In residences, the area containing the kamado has the image of being darker than zashiki (Japanese style tatami rooms).
  561. In responce to the situation the government issued Manen oval gold coins, but the low quality of the coins led to steep inflation, triggering severe criticism of the unequal treaty and opening of the country and a growing anti-foreigner movement, provoking the rampant killing of Westerners in many places in the country.
  562. In response Kyokaku had Kionzan-jo Castle built within the precincts of Daijo-in Temple in the mountains and confined himself inside, but the castle fell to the enemy the following year and he escaped to Ani-ji Temple.
  563. In response he reported on the status of Dewa Province and stated the opinion that it would be better to adopt a sympathetic policy to urge the Ifu, who had fled from their homes due to misrule, to return to their homes.
  564. In response on that occasion, 'I am a well-known man of reputation in Togoku (Kanto region).
  565. In response this aggressive posturing, Emperor Gomizunoo, upset by pressure from the bakufu surrounding the Shie Incident, abdicated the throne in favor of his second daughter, Imperial Princess Okiko (Emperor Meisho).
  566. In response to Ariyo's words, Yoshimitsu secretly enhanced armaments, and soon after news of the Meitoku War arrived.
  567. In response to Mitsuhide's policy, Emperor Ogimachi dispatched his envoy to Mitsuhide three times in only seven days before the incident.
  568. In response to Munemori's words, Goshirakawa held the noble's agreement and decided upon the suspension of search-and-destroy tactics.
  569. In response to Okuninushi's question, Kuebiko answers that the visiting god is Kamimusubi's son named Sukunabikona.
  570. In response to Yoshimitsu's request, Yoshimoto, who intended to maintain the Northern Court through cooperation with samurai family, wrote this book in order to explain the ancient practices and official duties concerning the court officials system.
  571. In response to Zeami's expectations, Motomasa is said to have 'attained Buddhahood' in his twilight years.
  572. In response to a call by the Emperor Godaigo, he raised an army to subjugate the Kamakura bakufu on June 28 (old calendar) 1333 by gathering family members at Ikushina-jinja Shrine.
  573. In response to a petition submitted by Ryoo DOKAKU, in 1703 he reconstructed kangakuryo (learning dormitory) on Mt. Toei, which had been destroyed by fire, as a Kangakukoin (a learning school) operated by bakufu (the Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  574. In response to a request for his regimen by Emperor Gomizunoo, Sensai answered 'I do not have any special regimen; I drink moderately, eat moderately, and worry moderately. I just have mastered doing everything moderately.'
  575. In response to inquiries to NHK about this issue, they said, 'We asked the people who had been directly involved in the rescue operation in 1985, such as the Turkish ambassador and the Turkish Airlines captain; however nobody knew about the Ertu?rul incident.
  576. In response to international criticism from Britain and the U.S., Japan concluded the alliance of Japan, Germany and Italy.
  577. In response to it, Sambyeolcho, which had risen in a rebellion against Goryeo, sent envoys to Japan to ask for military support and cooperation to fight against the Yuan Dynasty, but it was also ignored.
  578. In response to it, the shogunate often gave him restrictions, but Utamaro continued to portray beautiful women in the form of hanji-e (picture puzzles).
  579. In response to such a move, heat-resistant plastic lunchbox gradually replaced metal lunchbox typified by a packed meal in an oversized lunch-box.
  580. In response to such movements, the government started to control social movements by establishing the Security Police Law in 1900.
  581. In response to that Katamori turned his policy around 180 degrees, used his followers in the Miburoshi-gumi (later the Shinsen-gumi) to maintain the peace in the city and guard the 14th Shogun, Iemochi TOKUGAWA.
  582. In response to that, character of 'Do' may form female genitals in a letter type Doso-shin statue.
  583. In response to that, the bakufu decided to release 1,500 hyo (bales) of rice to the Kyoto citizen and to overlook the violation of the regulations as the act by the Emperor and the Kanpaku could be considered justifiable due to the serious situation.
  584. In response to the Ieyoshi's death, Iesada became the successor of Shogun and became the thirteenth Shogun.
  585. In response to the Tenchu-gumi incident in Yamato province, Kuniomi instigated the Ikuno Incident in Tajima Province, however this also ended in failure and he was arrested.
  586. In response to the above, the Ministry of the Railway abolished second-class cars in the urban area as of November 1, 1938.
  587. In response to the attack by the Ming Dynasty, the warlords approached Hideyoshi with a proposal to abandon three castles (the westernmost Ulsan Japanese Castle, the easternmost Suncheon Waeseong and the inland Ryosanwa-jo Castle) narrowing down the battle line--but it was rejected.
  588. In response to the complaints of Kodanji, Mokuami remade the conventional "Sukeroku" as "Kurotegumi no Sukeroku" by condensing the essence of the original "Sukeroku" including gorgeous outfit, exaggerated Kumadori makeup, romantic drama, sophisticated words, and big fights.
  589. In response to the counterargument from the Sogo (Priest Office) of Nara, he wrote "Kenkai Ron" (A Clarification of the Precepts).
  590. In response to the growing interest of education, the Oie School explosively spread as it was used in the textbooks for common citizens, such as oraimono (textbooks of letter format), in terakoya (temple elementary school) in the Edo period.
  591. In response to the growing popularity of Mt. Fuji worship, various new religions mixing Shintoism and Buddhist based on the Mt. Fuji worship were born in the Edo period.
  592. In response to the increasing threat from Russia in Sakhalin, he was appointed as undersecretary of the Hokkaido Development Commission in charge of Sakhalin in May 1870.
  593. In response to the invitation of Koetsu HONAMI, he founded in 1627 Josho-ji Temple (Kyoto City) at Rakuhoku Takagamine as well as its danrin (a school annexed to a temple).
  594. In response to the letter, Emperor Yodai wrote an official letter to King of Wa, but according to "Nihonshoki", ONO no Imoko lost the letter on his way back.
  595. In response to the movement, the Meiji Government decided to reduce the land-tax rate from 3% to 2.5% but rejected the requests for the cancellation of land-tax reform project.
  596. In response to the murders of some Ryukyu sailors in 1871, politicians mainly from the Satsuma Domain strongly suggested the dispatch of troops to Taiwan.
  597. In response to the news that the Kamakura bakufu fell, he became a Buddhist monk in the Hannya-ji Temple, but was executed in the Amida-ji Temple.
  598. In response to the pleadings of Kashiwagi, she guided him to see Onna San no Miya.
  599. In response to the question, Hiroyuki MOMO (Japanese historian) inferred that the Kobunin had established as daigaku besso of the Wake clan at the latest when Kangakuin (daigaku besso of the Fujiwara clan) and Gakkanin (one of the daigaku besso) were founded around the Konin era (810 - 824) and the Jowa era (834 - 848).
  600. In response to the report by the second Research Committee of the Mining Pollution, Watarase Yusuichi (Watarase Pond), the control basin for settling mineral poison was built on the prefectural borders between Tochigi, Gunma, Saitama, and Ibaraki Prefectures.
  601. In response to the report of disembarkation of the government army at Yatsushiro, the Satsuma army dispatched five companies led by Commander of the 3rd battalion Yaichiro NAGAYAMA, Miyakonojo troop, and the 2nd battery from the besieging army at Kumamoto Castle.
  602. In response to the report of the appearance of the Tosa retainers, the group of Sanosuke HARADA rushed to the scene.
  603. In response to the report, Mochiyori TOKI (Yasumasa's legitimate child) was removed from his position as shugo of Ise Province.
  604. In response to the request by priest-Imperial Prince Shoshin, he founded Kanjo-in Temple at Mt. Koya in 1086 and was appointed as Gon Shosozu (a title of high-ranking priest) and Betto (a chief administrator of a temple) of Enshu-ji Temple.
  605. In response to the situation after the split of Great Merger Movement, Taisuke ITAGAKI and others tried to invite the members of the former Liberal Party to the Aikokukoto Party.
  606. In response to the situation in Kanto, the Taira clan government sent forces led by TAIRA no Koremori and TAIRA no Tadanori.
  607. In response to the ultimatum, Yoshinaka replied as follows.
  608. In response to their request, Wakoku sent more than 5000 soldiers and military advisers.
  609. In response to these criticisms, the Forestry Agency launched countermeasures to combat the sources of pollen in 2008.
  610. In response to these objections, the opinion supporting the period of the King Xuan is almost denied.
  611. In response to these orders, the Mito Domain organized an army to search out and kill Tenguto with Ichikawa and others playing important roles, and on August 8, 1864, a battle between the allied force of domains versus Tenguto began.
  612. In response to these situations, the Agency for Cultural Affairs started excavation and research of the tumulus to "conserve mural paintings in the Takamatsuzuka Tumulus eternally."
  613. In response to these social conditions, since the early part of the ninth century (during the period of administration of FUJIWARA no Fuyutsugu), there was a growing tendency to put emphasize on the tax on land.
  614. In response to these sounds distant temples also began tolling their gongs.
  615. In response to this decision, on July 7, the so-called Kwantung Army Special Maneuvers was started, in which troops, under the pretext of tactical training, were mobilized in preparation for an invasion of the Soviet Union, depending on how the German invasion was progressing.
  616. In response to this incident, the government dramatically increased the tax in part as retribution.
  617. In response to this interpretation, eventually kunitsu tsumi came to be perceived as the complementary opposite of amatsu tsumi.
  618. In response to this issue, Tokugawa dug the Dosan moat stretching from the Ote-mon Gate of Edo Castle to Sumida-gawa (river), and initiated the reclamation of Hibiya inlet using the earth from the prior previous moat construction.
  619. In response to this order, Kyoto Prefecture removed empty residences of the nobility around the Imperial Palace as a precaution against fires which could spread due to the close proximity of the buildings, and developed Kyoto Gyoen National Garden.
  620. In response to this question, there have been debates over whether the two swords, the 'Ama no Murakumo no Tsurugi' and the 'Kusanagi no Tsurugi,' might have historically been two different swords.
  621. In response to this request, he sent Gengoemon KATAOKA, Jurozaemon ISOGAI, Sadashiro TANAKA, Seiemon NAKAMURA, Kanzaemon KASUYA and Kiroku TAKEBE to the Tamura residence and received his body.
  622. In response to this shift of the system, the administration of Kokushi (provincial governors) was required only to pay certain taxes (such as kanmotsu (tribute goods paid as taxes or tithes) and zatsueki (odd-job tasks)) with other tasks left to the discretion of the appointed head of the provincial governors.
  623. In response to this situation, Hakuseki ARAI enacted New Regulations on Ships and Trade to restrict foreign trades (Nagasaki New Regulations).
  624. In response to this situation, Jianzhen was invited from Tang to introduce the precepts of Buddhism.
  625. In response to this situation, Tomomi IWAKURA and other government officials and peers provided funding to establish 'Nohgakusha' as an organization for keeping Sarugaku.
  626. In response to this, Emperor Kanmu ordered Saicho himself to go to the Tang dynasty as a short-term student priest (scholars sent to China for a short period).
  627. In response to this, Emperor Kotoku's troops were sent to Ishikawamaro.
  628. In response to this, Harumoto expelled Yoshiharu and his men to Omi-Sakamoto and continued fighting.
  629. In response to this, Hideyoshi who had become a chancellor, ordered the Shimazu clan and the Otomo clan to cease fire by authority of the imperial court (sobuji rei - Peace edicts) in October 1585.
  630. In response to this, Hyobusho (the Ministry of Military) FUJIWARA no Maro was appointed to Jisetsu-taishi (Commander-in-Chief with a Sword Representing His Full Authority), and in May he arrived at the Taga-jo Castle leading 1,000 horse soldiers from 6 countries in the Kanto region.
  631. In response to this, Iesada SHO (庄家定), one of the samurai of the eastern provinces, rebuked their optimism, saying 'Surely the samurai on Yoshitoki's side will number not a man less than 10,000.
  632. In response to this, Katsumi KUROITA argued in 1932 that a rough outline of Kida's thesis was acceptable but there was no proof of the enthronement, and assumed Shosei (ruling without official accession to the Chrysanthemum Throne).
  633. In response to this, Kiyomori dispatched a large army to Kanto with his legitimate grandchild TAIRA no Koremori as the commander-in-chief to stop expansion of Yoritomo's power, but the army retreated without fighting in the Battle of Fuji-gawa River.
  634. In response to this, Nagayoshi had Yoshitaka MIYOSHI who was positioned in the Kawachi Takaya-jo Castle fight against the Hatakeyama's army, and had Yoshioki MIYOSHI fight against the Rokkaku's army.
  635. In response to this, Rengo and Renkei (Renko's legitimate child) staged an uprising for putting down the Chosho-ji Temple for the reason that Jikken's order violated the rules established by Rennyo and Jitsunyo under which obedience of Ichimonshu (clansman) to instructions was provided.
  636. In response to this, Saicho called Tokuitsu 'sojikisha' and 'hokuensha' in "Shugo-kokkai-sho" and it was a serious dispute which called into question their raison d'etre as a religious sect, resulting in a smear campaign by both sides.
  637. In response to this, Sanjo instructed the envoy 'In order to promote trade, export and import duties will not be imposed on both sides. This is the point of the provision of trade (punctuation and emphasis were improved by a writer).'
  638. In response to this, Takakuni tried to suppress Hatano but failed due to disobedience by Kunisada NAITO.
  639. In response to this, Takauji and Yoshiakira defected to the Southern Court in the guise of departing for battle to establish the Shohei Itto (Shohei unification) and issue an order to hunt down and kill Tadayoshi.
  640. In response to this, War Minister Yusaku UEHARA acted as iaku-joso (to make comments on military affairs to the Emperor with full responsibility of the results) and resigned.
  641. In response to this, Yoshimune NITTA, Yoshioki, and Yoshiharu WAKIYA raised their armies in Kozuke Province, and so did Imperial Prince Muneyoshi, Seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") at the same time in Shinano Province then they advanced to Kamakura together.
  642. In response to this, a candidate who lost by one vote said, 'It was a misspelling of my family name (Okada)' and filed a claim to the local election administration commission.
  643. In response to this, and in order maintain his integrity as a screenwriter, he resigned from Shochiku in 1950.
  644. In response to this, folklorists present a theory that strongly contradicts those mentioned above.
  645. In response to this, kokushi shitokan (four officials of the provincial governor), shisho (people who performed miscellaneous duties about documents) and chinkan (officials in charge of pacification and defense) were assigned to manage and govern each josaku.
  646. In response to this, on August 13, the cabinet approved the dispatch of an additional two divisions.
  647. In response to this, the Northern Court took Kogon's son, Suko's younger brother, and raised him to the throne as Emperor Gokogon without the Imperial Regalia; thereafter the Northern Court restored both its nobles and samurai to their former ranks, and Takauji was also reappointed seii taishogun.
  648. In response to this, the Qing dispatched troops.
  649. In response to this, the bakufu issued Genjorei (order for reducing sake to be brewed) in 1786 to cut sake brewing kokudaka of provinces by half.
  650. In response to this, the budget for the expenses for establishment of Kyoto Imperial University and Kyoto Imperial University Medical College passed in the ninth Imperial Diet in the following year, 1896.
  651. In response, 5000 horse soldiers of the Mino-Genji (Minamoto clan) departed for Kashiwabara, Omi Province.
  652. In response, Agemaki reviles Ikyu.
  653. In response, Edo bakufu newly established some positions, such as "Seiji-sosaishoku" (Chief Administrative Officer, assumed by Yoshinaga MATSUDAIRA), "Shogun-kokenshoku" (Guardian of Shogun, assumed by Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA), and "Kyoto-shugoshoku" (Military Governor of Kyoto, assumed by Katamori MATSUDAIRA [the feudal lord of the Aizu Domain]).
  654. In response, Ezo started a revolt in 709 and 720 and, in 720, KAMITSUKENO no Hirohito, who was the Mutsu no azechi (Inspector of Mutsu), was killed.
  655. In response, Izanagi said, 'Then I will have 1500 babies born each day, so that they will never die out.'
  656. In response, Japan Map Center (administered by Geographical Survey Institute) published "Ino Taizu Soran" (comprehensive list of the Ino large maps) in May 2006 and disclosed Ino map to the public.
  657. In response, Katsutoyo used people from other places for important positions and dared to use military force such as the attack at Tanezaki Beach.
  658. In response, Katsuyori aimed to reconstruct the Takeda territory.
  659. In response, Konan NAITO in Japan proposed the view that the period of Wei and Jin in the Northern and Southern Dynasties and the period of Sui and Tang should be regarded as periods of the Hoken system (the Tang-Song Transition Thesis).
  660. In response, Masakado also prepared for battle.
  661. In response, Minister of Army Yusaku UEHARA directly handed in his resignation to Emperor Taisho who had just ascended to the throne, utilizing its authority called "Iaku Joso-ken" (the power granted to the Japanese Forces to directly submit a proposal of military affairs to the emperor without any control of the Diet and the Cabinet).
  662. In response, Mochikuni HATAKEYAMA, the kanrei (shogunal deputy), dispatched an army to Kitano-sha Shrine on April 13 to suppress the protest.
  663. In response, Mototsune sided with Harumoto and fought Ujitsuna, but since one of close retainers of Harumoto, Nagayoshi MIYOSHI, betrayed his master and sided with the Hosokawa clan, Mototsune's army was defeated (in the Battle of Eguchi), and his territory was eventually bereaved by Nagayoshi.
  664. In response, Nagaoka Domain called back some of its own military units that were fighting against the new government army, and the domain finally managed to suppress the uprisings on August 14 (表記の変更).
  665. In response, Nobunaga defeated enemy forces in the Battle of Anegawa, set fire to the Enryaku-ji Temple on Mt. Hiei (in 1571) and won other battles, but Tokugawa's allied forces were soundly defeated by Shingen TAKEDA, a powerful enemy, in the Battle of Mikatagahara, which brought Nobunaga to a crisis.
  666. In response, Nobunaga made preparations and left Kyoto on March 12, and pushed into Izumi and Kii, the bases of the opponent forces Saikashu.
  667. In response, Nobunaga pulled out a short sword, pierced several steamed bean-jam buns on a plate, thrust them in the face of Murashige, and said, 'Eat.'
  668. In response, Prince Okiyo and Tsunemoto sent troops and gave orders to attack and sack Takeshiba's office.
  669. In response, Rengo and Renkei staged a revolt to put down the Chosho-ji Temple, insisting that this was against the rules on the clansmen's conformity to the teachings established by Rennyo and Jitsunyo.
  670. In response, Shunzo said as follows.
  671. In response, Takauji ASHIKAGA repeatedly asked the Emperor Godaigo to dispatch him to defeat Tokiyuki, but the Emperor Godaigo feared that Takauji would strike out and didn't allow him to do so.
  672. In response, Tanba resisted, holing up in a fort in Kashiwabara, but he was killed in the battle with many of his family members by the outnumbered enemy.
  673. In response, Torasaburo persuaded them and carried through with his policy saying, 'a hundred straw rice bags will be gone after eating them up, but if they are used for education, they will turn into ten thousand or million rice bags.'
  674. In response, Yoshinobu was appointed to the post, now newly made official, in July of the same year.
  675. In response, although Goshirakawa accepted the demand, he stated, 'hereafter no action nor case shall not be allowed.'
  676. In response, at the HOSOKAWAs, Masamoto's adopted son, Takakuni HOSOKAWA, allied with Yoshioki to oppose and resist Sumimoto HOSOKAWA, who escaped to Omi Province with Yoshizumi ASHIKAGA in March 1508.
  677. In response, from the Genso period on, government posts defined in the Ritsuryo system and separate government posts, in other words Ryoge no kan, were newly established one after another.
  678. In response, in 1872, the Meiji government answered that, taking the Jodoshu sect into account, they would not allow the Jodo Shinshu sect to use the name 'Jodo Shinshu' but would allow them to use the abbreviation 'Shinshu.'
  679. In response, many local dishes were created as a feature to revitalize local communities.
  680. In response, monks in the Mt. Koya, who professed to be the mainstream of the Shingonshu sect, regarded Monkan as dangerous and in 1335 they oppressed the Tachikawa-ryu school on a big scale.
  681. In response, peasants in West Joshu and other areas revolted and did Uchikowashi (an act where people destroyed residences of privileged merchants or officials who were involved in misgovernment) against it; they even took the unprecedented step of attacking Takasaki-jo Castle where he resided.
  682. In response, political parties such as Seiyu-kai, ordinary people and Doseikai (one of saiwai-sanpa) which refused to send its member to the cabinet, and even Sawakai and Koseikai which sent their members to the cabinet started to condemn KIYOURA Cabinet and Kenkyukai.
  683. In response, samurai families, supported by their military power, did not accept Shitaji chubun (a physical division of the land) and refused to return territory that had originally belonged to temples, shrines and Kuge, setting aside the Imperial Court's territories.
  684. In response, the Emperor Nijo entrusted Koremichi together with Tadamichi, who was Kanpaku, and increased a shinsei (direct administration)-oriented way of thinking and confronted the Emperor Goshirakawa.
  685. In response, the Hosokawa family gave a Shogunal order to hunt down the Ouchi family.
  686. In response, the Imperial Court announced the Restoration of Imperial Rule (Osei fukko) and the return of the TOKUGAWA family's territory was decided in the Kogosho conference (the meeting held in the presence of the Emperor in the Kogosho Conference Room of Kyoto Imperial Palace) and generally the political situation remained uncertain.
  687. In response, the Ise-Heishi (Taira clan) had, for their part, served consecutively as governors in the Western provinces and were in the process of shoring up their sphere of influence centered around the Inland Sea and Kyushu area.
  688. In response, the Ko Roppa began to form a new party.
  689. In response, the Korean government adamantly demanded Japanese withdrawal, which subsequently escalated into a diplomatic problem between Japan and Korea, leading to the rise of Seikanron (debate on subjugation of Korea) in Japan.
  690. In response, the Qing dynasty sent Zuo Zongtang, destroyed Yaqub Beg's forces and regained control of Xinjiang area except Ili region.
  691. In response, the Rikken Jiyuto (Constitutional Liberal Party) and the Rikken Kaishinto (Constitutional Progressive Party, who handled the Jiyu Minken Undo, began calling them the 'Rito' in disapproval (Shusui KOTOKU pointed at Chomin NAKAE as being the person to coin the phrase.)
  692. In response, the Supreme Court judged that Kyoto City Ordinance was not in violation of the Constitution and the police officer's act was not in violation of the Constitution.
  693. In response, the Taira clan appointed Sukemoto JO, who had been defeated in the battle at Yokota River, as the provincial governor of Echigo Province.
  694. In response, the Toyotomi side fired furiously at the approaching Tokugawa side; attacks with teppo (guns) killed or injured 300 to 500 enemies per one battle when they were guarded only with taketaba (bamboo shields against firearms), but guns lost effects greatly when they built tsukiyama (artificial hills)/dorui (earthen walls).
  695. In response, the Yasego requested a retraction many times, but it was denied, and then in 1707, Senior councillor, Takatomo AKIMOTO, finally made a decision.
  696. In response, the anti-Shogunate group (the Satsuma and Choshu Domains, and some of the court nobles such as Tomomi IWAKURA) plotted a coup to overcome the political weakness.
  697. In response, the authority of the university (president of the university Shunjiro HATTORI) banned the students' strike thoroughly and punished many students.
  698. In response, the bakufu positioned Yamatoji forces and Nagaakira ASANO troop of 40,000 men around Mt. Chausu-yama and Tadanao MATSUDAIRA troop of 15,000 men in its front.
  699. In response, the emperor and the retired emperor dispatched their messengers to Edo for a return visit from the end of February to mid-March.
  700. In response, the fourth Shogun Yoshimochi ASHIKAGA plotted to put down Mochiuji, but the suppression was canceled because of Mochiuji's apology.
  701. In response, the government officially announced in 984 the Kin-hasen Rei (an act banning the melting of coins to use as raw materials), making it extremely difficult to issue new money.
  702. In restaurants for western-style dishes in various areas, so-called "yo-shoku" (western-style dishes) with tastes tailored to Japanese were generated.
  703. In restaurants specializing in beef dishes, 'katsudon' means 'beef katsudon' without any special notice.
  704. In restaurants specializing in chicken dishes, chicken katsudon are served as 'katsudon.'
  705. In restaurants, electrical storage equipment designed to maintain a set temperature is used to keep oshibori warm or cool.
  706. In restoring this red brick warehouse the outer appearance at the time of its original completion was recreated following the specifications of the blueprints held by the National Institute for Defense Studies of the Ministry of Defense.
  707. In retaliation for that assault, Kondo was shot and injured by the remaining members of Goryo Eji on Fushimi-kaido Road on January 12, 1868.
  708. In retaliation of the Hague Secret Emissary Affair, on July 18, 1907, Japan made Emperor Gojong (Emperor Gwangmu) abdicate.
  709. In return for being given governing authority by the central government, kokushi were obliged to pay tax to the central government.
  710. In return for patronage, gokenin (samurai retainers) had a duty to serve the Lord of Kamakura both militarily and politically.
  711. In return for the provision of rice fields based on the Equal-field system, people were put under an obligation to present about 360 litters of millet.
  712. In return, Harumoto requested the occupation of a manor owned by the Takakuni sect, and Renjun assigned his adopted son-in-law Jikken at Chosho-ji Temple and Raishu SHIMOTSUMA to deal with it.
  713. In return, Japan recognized the United States' dominance in the Philippines.
  714. In return, Perry invited the high officials of the Kingdom to the Susquehanna to sample French cuisine prepared by the chef who was a member of his expedition.
  715. In return, money or textiles were given as a salary.
  716. In return, the Imperial Court dispatched an officer called 'karamono no tsukai' (Supervisor of Chinese goods), giving him the privilege to preferentially purchase Chinese goods including scrolls of Buddhist scriptures, statues of Buddha, Buddhist altar fittings, medicines and spices on behalf of the Imperial Court and nobles.
  717. In return, the Sakaikubo army, having gained reinforcements of 8,000 troops from Awa Province, beat the vanguard of the Takakuni army.
  718. In return, the initial actor must give a suitable consideration to the substitute.
  719. In return, they gained a certain amount of profit from the shoen.
  720. In return, they were exempted from all or part of assignments imposed in he as well as military service.
  721. In return, they were exempted from part of assignments imposed, such as cho (tributes) and zoyo (irregular corvee), as well as from military service, but it is thought that they were engaged in harder work than shinabe in terms of both contents and treatment.
  722. In return, we'd like to offer you this one-way ticket.
  723. In reward for this achievement, he was conferred "hogan" (the second highest rank of Buddhist priests) along with the "Daibusshi" (master sculptor) Kakunyo, who took charge of making statues enshrined in Enso-ji Temple's "Kodo" (Auditorium).
  724. In rites and festivals as well as at fairs held in summer in precincts of a shrine or temple, it is one of typical ennichimono (items to be sold at festival) same as "wata-ame (cotton candy)," "takoyaki (octopus dumplings)" and "yakisoba (fried soba)."
  725. In rites and festivals, participants on the enshrining side also usually receive miki.
  726. In ritsu, "謀"(the character of "mu") indicates "planning a rebellion" (not performed).
  727. In ritsu, a scheme means a plan of a crime which has not been undertaken yet.
  728. In ritsuryo, there is no provision for the position, authority, etc. of the Emperor.
  729. In rituals such as Agon Star Festival of the Agon Sect, two kinds of Gomagi of 'prayers' and 'reposes of one's ancestor's soul' are burned separately on each gomadan (an altar for the fire ceremony).
  730. In rivalry with Bimyo YAMADA's 'desu-masu' vernacular style, Koyo attempted to use the 'dearu' style, but this style didn't become the mainstream part of his works.
  731. In rivalry with the Koetsu Alliance, Ujimasa built a new alliance with Nobunaga ODA and Ieyasu TOKUGAWA by reversing the Second Koso Alliance, and invaded the territory of the Takeda clan in Suruga from both sides.
  732. In rivalry with the criticism against ichijo and Hokekyo in this book, Saicho wrote "Shogon-jikkyo," which is where the dispute between them started.
  733. In ruling Shinano, Shingen had a policy of having his children adopted by the ancient clan to achieve conciliation, and Morinobu NISHINA, Katsuyori's younger paternal half-brother, similarly succeeded the Shinano Nishina clan, joining Shinzoku shu (a group which consisted of siblings and relatives).
  734. In rural Japan, sobakiri was a traditional food prepared to welcome guests.
  735. In rural areas during the Edo period, human waste came to be used as manure for growing agricultural crops and was traded at a high price.
  736. In rural areas, because mountains are a source of water, there are beliefs that god of the mountain descends to the village and becomes the god of the rice fields in spring, and returns to the mountain in fall after the harvest.
  737. In rural areas, many young people moved to urban areas after finishing high school to enter a university or for finding work.
  738. In rural areas, populations are aging and decreasing, so traditional culture is being lost and it is unlikely to be passed on to future generations.
  739. In rural areas, the configuration where the lavatory was built independently from the main housing which was a living space continued until the postwar era (as the main housing did not have a lavatory inside, they could not go to the lavatory without going out).
  740. In russet colored court robes and wearing Omodaka (feudal era armor), a family treasure belonging to the Kawachi-Genji (Minamoto clan), he bore the Usumidori (lit. light green) long sword and shouldered a quiver of arrows with white swan feathers.
  741. In ryuha other than those of the Japanese martial arts, there are two Iemoto systems, one where the founder's family inherits the Iemoto Soke position, known as Isshi Soden, and the other where a school license is granted to a student.
  742. In sado (tea ceremony), with the meaning of putting off showiness entirely and avoiding clashes with the patterns on tools, it is recommended to wear iromuji during tea ceremonies.
  743. In sake before hiire, yeast is still alive and acting.
  744. In sake brewing we seldom use the word 'rice shaving', but more often we use 'rice polishing'.
  745. In sake brewing, great importance is attached to koji as the basis for sake brewing as certain toji and other workers in a brewery who say "If we can obtain good koji, sake is seventy percent made."
  746. In sake brewing, it is important to appropriately produce acids.
  747. In sake brewing, it usually means budding yeast.
  748. In sake tasting on the occasion of kanpyokai, sake is not swallowed and forced out after tasting, ginka cannot be tasted.
  749. In sake that has not undergone the process of hiire, fermentation has not yet stopped and chojukusayo (literally, maturing adjusting effect), in other words natural adjustment of the flavor by degrading the amino acid and saccharization still continues.
  750. In samurai families, mochi or rice cakes offered before the ceremonial display of a suit of armor would be cooked in zoni and eaten, and this event was held to celebrate 'hatsuka (blades and hilts)."
  751. In samurai families, weapons and armor were displayed in tokonoma and kagami-mochi was offered in front of the display.
  752. In samurai family, fifth rank daimyo (Japanese feudal lords) and hatamoto (direct retainers of the bakufu, which is a form of Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) were equivalent to this official court rank and called with this official title.
  753. In samurai society after the middle ages, it was thought that the suicide of a wife, a retainer, or a follower to follow his or her master in death was a noble thing.
  754. In samurai society, montsuki kosode was coordinated merely with semi-formal attire, or in other words a simplified version of kamishimo or "haori-hakama" (the combination of haori and 'hakama' [loose-legged, pleated trousers]).
  755. In samurai society, the propositions of manas were contradictions in feudal society, while for modern thinkers, they are contradictions in modern times.
  756. In sandan ochi, comedians provide the same situation three times in one story.
  757. In sankyoku, however, not every tune is performed in the style of sankyoku gasso.
  758. In sansha zukuri, the talisman (taima) of Ise-jingu Shrine is enshrined in the center, and the talisman of the Ujigami-jinja Shrine to the right, and the talisman of the shrine routinely worshipped to the left.
  759. In sashimono work, products such as furniture are made without any nails.
  760. In says that after the incident of 'sinking the Buddhist scriptures,' he felt very bitter against the people who had become enemies in the Hogen no Ran War (the turmoil of the Hogen War) and pulled the strings to bring on the Heiji no Ran War (the turmoil of the Heiji War).
  761. In school
  762. In school grounds of elementary and other schools, Yaezakura trees are often planted along with Someiyoshino, because Yaezakura is in bloom longer than Someiyoshino, therefore people can see the flowers at the time of entrance into schools.
  763. In scientific field of Japanese historical research, a view based on the history of class struggle was once predominant.
  764. In second place, with regard to administration, pursuant to Article 55, unlike the subsequent Constitution of Japan which is defined as collective responsibility, it prescribed that the respective Ministers of State would give their advice to the Emperor and be responsible for it.
  765. In secondary forest at the remains of Yamaguchi-jaya Teahouse, there grow tabunoki (machilus thunbergii) and kakuremino (dendropanax trifidus) which usually grow on a seashore, and it is unknown whether they were brought by birds or residents.
  766. In section "Shakukaishi of Hoka Prefecture, Mingzhou Province of Tang Dynasty (Hotei)" in the 21st volume (Kantsu) of "Biographies of Eminent Monks in the Sung Dynasty" compiled in the latter half of the 10th century, no relationship between Hotei and Zen is mentioned.
  767. In section 129 of the "Chomonju" (Collected Anecdotes (Ancient and Modern)), he is described as being 'A man of talent who excelled at [describing] the beauty of nature,' and indeed, although he was skilled at writing Chinese poetry, he truly excelled at waka.
  768. In section 21, the troupes of Yamato Sarugaku that were not allowed in the capital such as Konparuza, Kongoza and Juniza, are introduced.
  769. In sects that do not care about the frequency of Buddhist invocation, such as Jodo Shinshu (the True Pure Land Sect of Buddhism), it is used as a symbol of reverence to Buddha.
  770. In selecting juzu, it is vital to confirm with a family temple or consult with a specialty store.
  771. In selecting members of the House of Representatives, it belongs to the sixth electoral district of Kyoto Prefecture.
  772. In selection of junbo, it was selected from the lawful wife of the former emperor who was not the father of the emperor and unmarried imperial princesses who were the elder sisters or the aunts of the emperor.
  773. In semi-formal style, it was a light pink color with plain silk and made by 'Hikikaeshi jitate.' (the outside and inside of the sleeves were made with one piece of fabric
  774. In senchado, fukusa is usually used for cleaning charyo (chago, a tea measuring cup) or chaire (chatsubo [tea canister] in senchado).
  775. In senryu (satiric haiku) or comical stories in the Tokugawa period, Kukai often appears as a person who introduced homosexuality from China.
  776. In sensu lato, it indicates entire ceramic ware made in the same way.
  777. In sensu strico, it indicates products made by the hand of the successive family heads of Kichizaemon RAKU, and are also called Rakujawan (Raku teacup.) etc.
  778. In separate competitions, the rules and etiquette of each of the forms has been maintained through to present times.
  779. In seven-day praying to the miracle-working Jizo Bosatsu statue of Shakuzo-ji Temple, the deity appeared in his dream on the final day.
  780. In sewamono, many of the scenarios include a danmari scene, where an actor acquires a prop, such as a letter or a treasure sword, and a new development starts on the next scene.
  781. In shamisen, a figure of continuously exchanging oroshibachi (the downward movement of koto plectrum) and sukuibachi (the upward movement of koto plectrum) quickly is used repeatedly.
  782. In shigin, prose and poetry are not sung with the rhythm and melody of a song, but are instead expressed more effectively through the addition of a unique melody after the prose and poetry have been read aloud, basically without any attention being paid to the meaning.
  783. In shinmei-zukuri, shin-no-mihashira is completely separated from the body of the structure.
  784. In shishi alone, the player dances with nothing in hands.
  785. In shoen (manor in medieval Japan), as kaihatsu-ryoshu (local nobles who actually developed the land) armed themselves and made it their profession, the establishment of the samurai class proceeded.
  786. In shoen and koryo in those days the center of production activity on the spot was myoshu (owner of rice fields) of high-ranking farmers.
  787. In shoen koryo sei (The System of Public Lands and Private Estates) of Japan, the feudal lords originally had the right to collect the nengu.
  788. In shoen of the earlier period, there were not people who were categorized as shomin, except slaves who directly belonged to the shoen owners or vagabonds who drifted from other provinces.
  789. In short, 'Senshi (剪枝)' might mean that he thought his fingers (枝) were broken (剪) because he was a useful man.
  790. In short, Hinokagutsuchi no Kami means 'a god of fire that is shining' or it can be regarded as 'a god of fire that carries the smell of something burning.'
  791. In short, Hinokakabiko no Kami means 'the male god of fire which is shining.'
  792. In short, Hinoyagihayao no Kami means 'the male god of fire that is burning.'
  793. In short, Ishikawa no Iratsume and Uchimyobu appear from the era of Emperor Tenchi to the era of Emperor Gensho's era for about seventy years, and it is almost impossible to see them as the same person.
  794. In short, Kannami's father, who was the samurai of the Hattori clan in Iga, received a message from Kasuga Myoujin (the deity of Kasuga-ji Shrine) to "have your son serve god as a musical performer" and because of this he had his third son, Kannami, change his name to Uzaki and offered him to Kasuga Myojin.
  795. In short, Tennoji so-za monopolized the distribution network of aoso from Echigo Province to the "Kinai region" (the five provinces surrounding Kyoto and Nara).
  796. In short, according to this manner, a fixed sum is paid after all.
  797. In short, an extensive and unexploited plain land had emerged.
  798. In short, any pedigree prior to Chikauji is not known for sure.
  799. In short, based on the record that 'the Naniwa no Miya Palace burnt down' in February 686, it can be presumed that the palace of Emperor Kotoku was lost in fire whereby it came to be thus considered that a new palace was subsequently built for Emperor Tenmu.
  800. In short, genealogical/family tree factors such as blood-line relationships or student-master relationships are only basic considerations.
  801. In short, he reinterpreted the word as rectifying the incorrect mind.
  802. In short, he was a cousin of Kiritsubo no Koi (lower class court lady).
  803. In short, her name was also known abroad.
  804. In short, it is a way to change a writing medium, from paper to stone and wood, for the purpose of preservation and appreciation.
  805. In short, it is necessary to bear in mind that the line between the reisen and bribery was subtle and ambiguous in the legal concepts before the modern era.
  806. In short, it means that a man becomes independent by driving away the influence of his mother.
  807. In short, it means things created to convey one's intentions to some specific addressee.
  808. In short, military currency was a receipt for commodities the military force got.
  809. In short, not only the scale but also the visual appearance of keyhole-shaped tumuli deteriorated in the sixth century.
  810. In short, some elements of the previous story were linked with the contents of the next story, which formed a circular structure.
  811. In short, that story also tells of a male ruler (perhaps Himiko's son) who succeeded to the throne but could not settle the country, which resulted in his wife's ascent as a relay successor.
  812. In short, that would make Tokuhon an uncle of Naokatsu NAGAI (son of Shigemoto who changed his surname), who in turn was a close confident of Hidetada (castle guard) who became seriously ill as mentioned above.
  813. In short, the Emperor Suzaku's aunt.
  814. In short, the Tokugawa shogunate regarded the performances that centered on dancing as undesirable, since they were accompanied by male prostitution and other undesirable activities.
  815. In short, the Toyotomi government was in fact established at that point.
  816. In short, the above is an exemption that was established on condition that alcohol will never be produced during the steeping process.
  817. In short, the biggest cause was due to simple incompatibility.
  818. In short, the delegation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs including Yoshioka entrusted a copy of the letter by the name of the Gaimu-taijo So with officials of the Joseon government in April 1872 and no further progress was made in diplomatic negotiations with Joseon.
  819. In short, the mass of 1200 grains of black mille is defined as 12 shu (later, the simplified spelling '朱' replaced '銖'), and two masses are defined as 1 ryo.
  820. In short, the message said that Munekata was killed for his intrigue.
  821. In short, the process for producing Japanese green tea is steaming, crumpling up harvested leaves, and then drying and fixing their shapes.
  822. In short, the process of forming the important family members who supported the Tokuso family administration around 1302 can be seen in "Azuma Kagami."
  823. In short, the production of blended whisky uses malts produced by many distilleries.
  824. In short, the volume of an kosho pipe (= 1 yaku) is the same as the volume of 1200 proso millet grains, and the weight of the 1200 grains was set equal to 12 shu (銖; 朱 in abbreviation), and twice the 12 shu, or 24 shu, was set equal to 1 ryo.
  825. In short, these two Ukiyo zoshi works, "Sekenzaru" and "Tekake katagi," and the Yomihon "Tales of Moonlight and Rain" were series.
  826. In short, they are Japanese-style painters.
  827. In short, those who take the position of composing poems with a seasonal theme belong to the 'kidai' school.
  828. In short, to kidnap a girl every year symbolizes the flooding of a river, and to destroy it means to improve the river.
  829. In show business, put into a difficult positiondue to war, he copied and organized densho (books handed down from ancestors) and Utai-bon (chant books) that were handed down from ancestors and approached Ieyasu TOKUGAWA from early on to lay the foundation for the prosperity of Kanze-za (the Kanze group).
  830. In showing the price of 1 tsubo when a house is constructed, for example, it is written as 'some thousand yen per 3.3 square meters' instead of 'some thousand yen per 1 tsubo.'
  831. In shrine and temple buildings, straight pieces of wood called Katsuogi are placed on the ridge wood provided at the top of a roof, to press and fix the roof.
  832. In shrine and temple buildings, the gable boards of the gables covering slanting pieces of wood on the Tsuma sides are extended and protrude from the roof, and the protruding portions are called Chigi.
  833. In shrine and temple buildings, the roofs of the main halls are mostly built in the Kiritsuma style or the Nagare-zukuri style, a variant of the Kiritsuma style.
  834. In shrines in the Izumo area including Izumo Taisha Shrine, the sotosogi style (both ends of chigi are cut vertically) is used for the shrines whose god is male and the uchisogi style (both ends of chigi are cut horizontally) for the shrines whose god is female.
  835. In shrines such as Ise Jingu Shrine, Tencho-sai Festival (to celebrate the Emperor) is held.
  836. In shrines, miko (a shrine maiden) was used to invite the god.
  837. In shrines, offerings include rice, salt, water, vegetables, bonitos, dried bonito, seaweed, fruits, and seishu or refined sake.
  838. In shrines, the five-color hoju-shaped ornaments in the main building of Ise-jingu Shrine constitute their original shape.
  839. In shuboshitsu, a unique sound produced by the yeast is heard.
  840. In shugendo (Japanese ascetic and shamanistic practice in mountainous sites), practice called ryura saho (manner of blowing the hora, conch-shell) is implemented.
  841. In situations when there was no tray for the head, tissue paper of a folding fan was provided upon which to rest the head.
  842. In sixth century sculptures based on relief engraving disappeared, and basically designs only with color came to be painted on the whole wall of stone chamber.
  843. In small (10,000-koku) domains, most of the Karo officers whose families had occupied the Karo post for generations earned around 300 koku of kuramai (rice crop given as salary).
  844. In so doing it intended to claim that 'today we are well treated thanks to our ancestor's courageous military exploits, and we are therefore fairy rewarded.'
  845. In so doing the mound behind Kumano-jinja Shrine was selected as one of the investigation targets.
  846. In so doing, he led the Keicho family to its heyday.
  847. In societies with the monogamous system, such as the West European Christian societies, there is only one official wife of the emperor and it is common to be translated as 'Kogo' or 'Kohi,'
  848. In society in general, and in the media, the word 'shuriken' often paints an image of kurumaken, but this is probably because the shape resonates in the popular imagination.
  849. In sokuikanjo which was conducted at the enthronement of Emperor Komei in 1847, many court nobles showed a negative attitude against performing sokuikanjo at the enthronement ceremony.
  850. In sokuikanjo, a person from Sekkan-ke centering on the Nijo family initiated mudra and mantra and the emperor to be enthroned carried them out.
  851. In sokuikanjo, the emperor about to be enthroned received the initiation of mudra and mantra from a person from Sekkan-ke, usually from the Nijo family (inmyodenju), and executed them during the enthronement ceremony.
  852. In some 0.4 kilometers south of the tumulus, there is also a cluster of small tumuli which likewise are round barrows inthe late Kofun period and which surround Mitakezuka.
  853. In some Buddhist sects in Japan, it may be considered by the influence of the syncretism of Shinto and Buddhism that the individual spirit will become unified with the sosen shin (ancestral god) at the time of the sanjyusankaiki or the gojyukaiki (the 49th anniversary of one's death).
  854. In some Koden-bukuro sold at convenience stores, a space to write the amount of money is reserved on the rear of the naka-bukuro.
  855. In some Noh plays such as "semi-maru," and "Goko OHARA," the tsure is playing a role almost as important as the protagonist and such Noh plays are called "double protagonist Noh,"
  856. In some Southeast Asian countries, existence of bacteria has been confirmed not only outside but also inside an egg.
  857. In some Zen temples, Idaten (The Indian deity Skanda, son of Siva and general of his army, who became a protector of the Dharma in Buddhism) is enshrined as a guard of the temple building.
  858. In some ancient documents, miki is referred to as 'miwa.'
  859. In some area, "gancho" is used instead of "gantan."
  860. In some areas Ise ebi is put on Kagami-mochi (a round rice-cake offered to a deity) as a decoration for celebration, and it is also used as one of the shinsen (food and alcohol offerings to the deities).
  861. In some areas during the Bon festival period, they prepare animal figures made from a cucumber and an eggplant and called Shoryoma, used by the spirits of the deceased to come and go between this world and the other.
  862. In some areas flour dishes similar to Issen Yoshoku are still being made, such as kashiminyaki in Kishiwada City, Osaka Prefecture and nikuten in Nagata Ward, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture.
  863. In some areas from the Kanto region to the Kinki region, the Bon festival dance is also called 'higan odori' (the dance of autumnal equinoctial week), which is named after the season in which the festival is held.
  864. In some areas in Japan at that time, the term "fundoshi" was used to mean collectively, whole underwear including koshimaki loincloths (waist cloths).
  865. In some areas in Sanin region and so on, equipment for cooking is called 'kamado,' and the space itself is called 'kudo,' respectively.
  866. In some areas in this prefecture, Oden is served at ramen (Chinese soup noodle) restaurants for customers to eat while they wait for their ramen.
  867. In some areas it's called 'yakitoshi kamaboko.'
  868. In some areas of Japan, scarecrows are worshipped as symbols of mountain gods in scarecrow festivals held at the time of harvest or during New Year holidays.
  869. In some areas of Niigata Prefecture and Fukushima Prefecture, Imagawa-yaki and Oban-yaki are referred to as kintsuba.
  870. In some areas of Shimane Prefecture and Tottori Prefecture, zoni is a soup with mochi and azuki beans which are usually used for making shiruko (sweet red-bean soup with pieces of mochi) or zenzai (baked mochi with red bean sauce).
  871. In some areas of the Kanto region, mikomai dances are performed by masked dancers as well.
  872. In some areas of the Shikoku region such as Kagawa Prefecture, rice cakes stuffed with red bean jam is used in zoni.
  873. In some areas such as Akita Prefecture, karinto sometimes comes in strips and may be seasoned with sugar and miso (fermented soybean paste).
  874. In some areas such as Kyoto City, tonarigumi remains even today (=>positioning of former school districts in Kyoto).
  875. In some areas such as Tokyo and Sendai, installation of indicators on both sides of the indicating lamp on the rooftop is standardized.
  876. In some areas we hear rules such as 'You must visit three shrines within one day.' or 'You must make the visits on the first three days in January.', but there are no fixed rules.
  877. In some areas, "Hatsuuri" takes place on a large scale as a local event, and the ones of Sendai City and Sasebo City are well-known.
  878. In some areas, 'Juzumawashi' is held in the morning of the day of Jizo-bon.
  879. In some areas, 'zoni without mochi' contains taro or tofu (bean curd) instead.
  880. In some areas, awabi are grilled when freshly caught.
  881. In some areas, both types are called 'sakuramochi.'
  882. In some areas, budlets of hijiki are collected during the mid-winter (November to February).
  883. In some areas, coal and the dry feces of livestock can be also utilized.
  884. In some areas, fire brigade members visit each house to call for the inhabitants to beware of fire, handing over a talismanic strip of paper (ofuda) to avert fire on the day of Hatsu-uma every year.
  885. In some areas, however, iseko continues its activities even today.
  886. In some areas, however, the whole grilled skewered meat dish including yakiton is sometimes called 'yakitori.'
  887. In some areas, it is also served with a sauce which is flavored with soy sauce.
  888. In some areas, it is forbidden to look down at a mikoshi from on high, let alone climb up on the mikoshi.
  889. In some areas, kemi ho was adopted and the areas where once kemi ho was adopted asked for a change to jomen ho and vice versa, it varied in different areas.
  890. In some areas, oh-shogatsu is also called oh-doshi (large year) and otoko no shogatsu (men's shogatsu) and, in contrast, ko-shogatsu is called ko-doshi (small year) and onna no shogatsu (women's shogatsu).
  891. In some areas, one may see someone standing on or climbing on the pole.
  892. In some areas, or some individual shops, unaju does not mean 'what is filled in a lacquered box,' but rather 'what comes with two layers of eel, that is, the rice underneath, as well.'
  893. In some areas, people use brick as well as spreading mud on a stone frame like in Enzaro Jiko, and there seems to be some examples of retrofitting existing simple fireplaces to use as kamado.
  894. In some areas, such as the Hirano region, Juso region and Higashi Osaka region, there are a lot of associations that perform bold music of the Nagara and Minami Nagara regions.
  895. In some areas, taian (the most auspicious day in the six-day Buddhist calendar) is selected for the offering of kagami-mochi (December 31st is excluded).
  896. In some areas, the festival participants dance going around each of the houses in which someone has died since the last Bon.
  897. In some areas, the folk song for the dance is performed with a live drum, a live shamisen (three-string Japanese banjo) and a live caller, just as it was in the past.
  898. In some areas, the increase in the power of what was once the guardian yashiki-gami of a family allowed it to become more than simply a family deity and ascend to the status of a local ujigami (a guardian god or spirit of a particular place in the Shinto religion).
  899. In some areas, the system is changing to only the mileage system fare, only when the taxi runs on an Expressway (the charge is not added in the time charge system which is described in the next section).
  900. In some areas, they are called 'Namenuki' (Lick and cut out).
  901. In some areas, they have Kikon or Segaki, a Buddhist service to save the suffering spirits in the realm of the gaki (hungry ghosts), and make a shelf known as a gakidana to provide comfort to the spirits of people who fell and died on the street.
  902. In some areas, thin strips of stewed fried tofu are used as the topping.
  903. In some battle fields, the kubi-zuka was erected so as to enshrine friends and foes alike.
  904. In some cars of the Kitakinki service there are chimes whose melodies are arrangements of traditional folk songs familiar in the northern Kinki district (Fukuchiyama Ondo, Miyazu-bushi and Dekansho-bushi).
  905. In some case, they used the expression of 'over 60 provinces.'
  906. In some cases (e.g. the Eight Views of Omi) the contents of phenomena and objects for Eight Views completely follow the Eight Views of Xiaoxiang and are fixed on the following eight, and in other cases (e.g. the earliest Eight Views of Taiwan) only a part of the contents is the same as the Eight Views of Xiaoxiang.
  907. In some cases 108 pieces of stone were tied to the practitioner's body to deter him from coming back alive.
  908. In some cases Fudo Myoo was shaped as a figure that brought followers (called hachidai-doji).
  909. In some cases Japansese udon noodles are added in the leftover soup or rice is added to make rice porridge.
  910. In some cases Shobo is regarded as an originator (元祖) of Ono-ryu while Ningai, who founded Zuishinin, is regarded as a founder (流祖) of Ono-ryu.
  911. In some cases Shugo obtained the right of Shugouke by actively pressing the bakufu, and in other cases lords of manors, exhausted by the disputes and suits with Shugo, approved Shugouke.
  912. In some cases a character's name is connected with his/her fate which is predetermined in the world of the novel, and clarification of the meaning of the name shows that the fate has been met.
  913. In some cases dishes have been changed dramatically, and in others merely the appearance has been changed, with the introduction of a fresh new design in packaging.
  914. In some cases farming villages on Highways, Zaigomachi developed along the Highway.
  915. In some cases garnishes such as braised shiitake mushrooms and julienned strips of thin omelet are used.
  916. In some cases he wears armor under the clothes and has a kongosho or a lotus root in his hand.
  917. In some cases it is a term restricted to So.
  918. In some cases it is also possible for priests of this rank to become Guji of regular shrines.
  919. In some cases more than two cutlets are used.
  920. In some cases plasterers use trowels to create reliefs of pictures or words on the plaster walls.
  921. In some cases poles, Chudai and the lotus-shaped supports are decorated with foliate panels.
  922. In some cases taiko-ro towers and bell towers are built together and in other cases built by themselves.
  923. In some cases the Imperial Court gave high priests the Bosatsu title.
  924. In some cases the imported articles whose production regions are not known are called karamono.
  925. In some cases the stations of the Kyokaido Road are included and are collectively referred to as the 57 stations of the Tokaido Road.
  926. In some cases there were two or three moats built, forming together a huge moat band zone.
  927. In some cases they are further categorized by the punch line of a joke.
  928. In some cases they give the tree a small cut with a hatchet, or even spread porridge of rice and azuki beans on the cut.
  929. In some cases this is done by rubbing big juzu (beadroll) together to count the number while repeating nenbutsu (when done by several people they need to have the same juzu).
  930. In some cases where a few boys beat the drum in the taikodai, they wear heavy make up, dressed in gorgeous costume like chigo (beautifully dressed children parading at festivals), and given piggyback ride by adults who have their feet untouched on the ground.
  931. In some cases where disposable wooden chopsticks are used, the wrapping paper of chopsticks is folded to create impromptu hashioki.
  932. In some cases, "adjustment of the fragrance" and "lightening of the taste" are just stated reasons and the true purpose is to "increase the amount."
  933. In some cases, 'Kamigata hauta' has been used as another name of 'hauta mono' (Japanese short ballads accompanied with shamisen) which belongs to jiuta.
  934. In some cases, 'senbei' means those seasoned with soy sauce or salt and 'senpei' refers to sweet ones.
  935. In some cases, Funadama is represented by symbols such as dolls, copper coins, human hair, the five grains, and dice, and inserted into the bottom of the pillars of a ship called mori or tsutsu to play a role as a kind of amulets.
  936. In some cases, Geta are put on when wearing a Western dress.
  937. In some cases, Hari-sen is only made in the shape of a fan, which is created from pasted paper or the like.
  938. In some cases, Kabuki Odori also includes the program focusing on dancing created after Wakashu Kabuki; please refer to the article of "Kabuki Buyo" (Kabuki Dance).
  939. In some cases, Keihan includes the following regions:
  940. In some cases, Kogyokujuku and Dojinsha are excluded from the above-mentioned school group, to which other schools such as Tsuda College and the incorporated educational institution Nishogakusha are added, and the schools of the group are collectively referred to as 'the three great private schools.'
  941. In some cases, Nodate is an event easy to participate in where detailed manners are simplified although they are valued in an indoor tea ceremony.
  942. In some cases, Nyobo (court lady) were also selected as dancers.
  943. In some cases, Sanmon do not have a door.
  944. In some cases, a 'masakaki' which is a sakaki (a branch of the evergreen sacred sakaki tree) decorated with a silk flag that has five colors -- green, yellow, red, white, and blue -- is erected in the left and right sides of the altar.
  945. In some cases, a Shinto priest may (pretend to) sprinkle hot salt water with a small sakaki after purification with onusa is done.
  946. In some cases, a bamboo is cut lengthwise and turned inside out to get its hard part inward.
  947. In some cases, a festival may be described as 'xxxx Shrine Reitaisai Festival' in information about the shrine but it only means a festival performed as reisai.
  948. In some cases, a load of the shogunate system established new positions such as 'Torishimariyaku' for a village.
  949. In some cases, a ranking government official (lower or middle ranked) and other government officials, those who served the Kokuga, were called 'Kokuga.'
  950. In some cases, a rite of "matsugo-no-mizu" (water of the last moment) is performed, whereby the mouth of the deceased is wetted with leaves of Sakaki soaked with water.
  951. In some cases, a small amount of grated yam is added to the dough. (After this, some stores leave the dough for half a day. They say it is necessary to leave the dough for a while in order to make fluffy takoyaki.)
  952. In some cases, accordion pleats are formed at the sidelines of Ran, i.e., the boundary between Ran of the front side of the body and that of the back of the body.
  953. In some cases, agatanonushi has been used as a title also in modern times, and the Kamo agatanonushi family of Kamo-jinja Shrine is a prime example of them.
  954. In some cases, among the above definition, those at Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade (Fifth Rank) or above may be called the nobles and only those below that court rank may be called Kannin.
  955. In some cases, burial services were held in tsukuridashi.
  956. In some cases, children visit houses in their area, pounding the ground in front of each house.
  957. In some cases, companies, each of which was composed of two platoons, were used.
  958. In some cases, dried bonito is used.
  959. In some cases, even shimonsen (literally, four mon coin - a unit of money) coins were ground smaller.
  960. In some cases, even trees would be planted, such as jujube, pear or chestnut trees on the grounds of a Fuseya in order to make a supplemental contribution to the food supply.
  961. In some cases, exemption from tax was taken away because of the financial situation of the domain.
  962. In some cases, he is considered to have been one of the twenty-four Generals of Takeda.
  963. In some cases, hokaku sen are out of alignment in adjacent lands.
  964. In some cases, honjo gave the shoen-related rights or profit partially to other aristocrats and called these aristocrats ryoke.
  965. In some cases, however, burial mounds named tekka exist only because the area had smithies and the name of the town, villages or commonly used name of the area was Tekka or Kaji (smith).
  966. In some cases, it has been distributed for free by a tofu seller or discarded since the Edo period.
  967. In some cases, it is difficult to choose suitable Wafuku.
  968. In some cases, it is referred to as tenpura soba if there are two tenpura prawns and Tennan soba if there is just one tenpura prawn depending on the number of tenpura prawns on top of noodles.
  969. In some cases, it is regarded as a form of a yamakasa, the shape of which is changed several times during a festival.
  970. In some cases, it is stuffed with 'chirashizushi', rice with more ingredients.
  971. In some cases, it takes less time to reach Kyoto or Osaka from the station via Toyooka Station than via Fukuchiyama Station, etc.
  972. In some cases, it was in the form of a single article, but it normally consisted of several articles or several tens of articles (the most numerous articles were forty-two in Kangi shinsei, which was a new law issued in the Kangi period).
  973. In some cases, kannabi means the barrier to restrict coming and going between Tokoyo and Utsushiyo, or it represents a tabooed land.
  974. In some cases, miso is used.
  975. In some cases, nenryo zakki referred specifically to ryokuyu toki (green-glazed ware).
  976. In some cases, nokotsudo is used as the place in which to keep the remains temporarily before the tomb is built, and in other cases it's used as the place to keep the remains almost permanently, without burial.
  977. In some cases, obi can provide a chance for a designer to show his skills, since the colors that can be used (or the number of plates for printing) is limited by a budget, and balance must be kept with the type of paper used with the cover of the book.
  978. In some cases, ohanadai takes the form of tradable coupons, such as gift vouchers or beer coupons, or foods and drinks served in front of a house.
  979. In some cases, ore found in the mine becomes the object to worship.
  980. In some cases, oryoshi was responsible for the security in a district instead of a province.
  981. In some cases, other nobility who were granted part of the rights and profits of honjo regarding shoen were called ryoke.
  982. In some cases, people put nothing other than zushi on the top of shumidan, as in the case of temples.
  983. In some cases, polygonal-shaped kasa have a line extending from the bottom of hoju toward a corner of the kasa with warabite (a bracken sprout-shaped decoration) placed at the tip of the corner.
  984. In some cases, recipes of other hot pot dishes such as mizutaki (chicken hot pot), sukinabe (sukiyaki-like dish) or chirinabe (fish hot pot) are directly applied to cook the chankonabe.
  985. In some cases, shooting is classified into 'shin-gyo-so (formal, semiformal, informal).'
  986. In some cases, some performers lacked skills as artists and were not counted in the number ordering of successive Myoseki generations.
  987. In some cases, station names with old provincial names are called by neighboring residents as their ordinary names without old provincial names.
  988. In some cases, subordinates of Kokujin became independent Kokujin by appealing to the bakufu or the Shugo.
  989. In some cases, such utokujin were assigned as shokan due to their economic power, and became engaged in territory management.
  990. In some cases, suijin may be found enshrined as mikumari no kami (water distributing god) at the sources of agricultural waterways, in which cases they may also be associated with yamanokami (god of the mountain).
  991. In some cases, t is also considered as oppression toward local culture in regions such as Ryukyu, where burial by exposure of the body has been practiced.
  992. In some cases, tamagushi was taken home as proof of having visited a shrine, like Haraigushi (wands used in Shinto rituals to cleanse and purify) of Jingu taima (Shrine amulet), and used when conducting Sendo barai and Mando barai (a Shinto purification rite in which words for purification are repeated one thousand times ("Sendo") or ten thousand times ("Mando"), respectively).
  993. In some cases, the Jito occupying a territory of a honjo was not a samurai family, but a Kuge (court noble) who was given the position of Jitoshiki (manager and lord of a manor) as a reward by the bakufu for meritorious service
  994. In some cases, the Kocho governed several towns and villages.
  995. In some cases, the Nokotsu-do in temples such as the Grand Head Temple Taiseki-ji Temple enshrine a Honzon.
  996. In some cases, the above-mentioned assassination of Emishi and Iruka is regarded as the beginning.
  997. In some cases, the ashes of the deceased are scattered, nowadays, there are some local public authorities which prohibit or control ash dispersal with regulations.
  998. In some cases, the brown clouds, which have been suspected of damaging agricultural products, are generated.
  999. In some cases, the crown prince voluntarily chose to relinquish the title of the crown prince, as in the case of the Imperial Prince Atsuakira.
  1000. In some cases, the definite article (the) is used, but the principle of using capital E can't be broken (for it is treated as a proper noun).

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