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  1. In some cases, the entire group was assigned to Shinzoku shu (a group which consisted of siblings and relatives) much like doshin (a police constable), depending on the group.
  2. In some cases, the gyaku-en refers to the fate that interferes with one's ascetic practices.
  3. In some cases, the kanji characters of his name are read as 'Motonaga' but this is not correct.
  4. In some cases, the lords of the manor in general, except for the kokuga and the lords of samurais, were called honjo.
  5. In some cases, the members provide money every month and hold a drinking party/trip with the accumulated funds, and in other cases, someone who wins a lottery takes the whole sum (often in turn actually, though calling it a lottery).
  6. In some cases, the scholars of rekido changed the calendar just to cover up mistakes in rekizan (calculation of the calendar).
  7. In some cases, the soil polluted due to contaminated water and waste has killed plants, expanding dry areas.
  8. In some cases, the winner is decided on point or by lot, or the match is considered a draw rather than being extended.
  9. In some cases, the word "shimekomi" may indicate mawashi, roku-shaku fundoshi, kyu-shaku fundoshi and sarashi ittan.
  10. In some cases, these three reformist groups are called 'Shingi-ritsu' (new Risshu sect) and are distinguished from the former 'Kogi-ritsu' (old Risshu sect)
  11. In some cases, they became the Takeda shinzoku shu as a result of their marriage, for example, the Kiso clan.
  12. In some cases, toppings are applied.
  13. In some cases, women put their uchiwa (a round fan) between the back of the yukata and the obi (broad sash around the waist).
  14. In some castles, the honmaru was used as a living or administration quarters for the castle owner, by building gorgeous buildings such as a honmaru-goten.
  15. In some castles, the tenshumaru is also called tenshukaku, tenshukuruwa, or hondan.
  16. In some circles, he is also thought of as representing the origin of the samurai.
  17. In some cities - newborn ones and renewed ones - such as Edo, residents offered "kuniyaku" (public duties) to the feudal lord at the early stage of the city development, and in exchange, they received the land of the town's residential area that was newly developed.
  18. In some cities, it occurred that the extent of the area became completely matched with that of the old provinces through mergers; Sado City, Tsushima City, and Iki City are the city names given after the extent of the area became completely matched with that of the respective province.
  19. In some cities, the rights on land were so complicated that it was impossible to determine who should bear the burden, and instead, a new tax system of the city seems to have been introduced.
  20. In some communities, those who cannot participate in fushin may be expected to pay for food or something to distribute among the participants.
  21. In some countries the travellers need to exchange money at an authorized foreign exchange dealer to obtain a certificate of exchange when they enter the countries.
  22. In some countries where close quarters combat (CQC) has been stressed on recently, the techniques of jujutsu are introduced into their own military combat sports, such as Sambo.
  23. In some dances a fan is used along with a sword.
  24. In some derived forms of these festivals, people splash one another with hot spring water, mud, amazake (sweet mild sake) or festive red rice.
  25. In some districts or groups in Japan, however, the former New Year or the beginning of spring (the first day of spring according to the lunar calendar) is used.
  26. In some districts, bamboo decorations are displayed on a bridge over a river.
  27. In some documents, her name is written "Iso no Zenni."
  28. In some documents, the kanji characters 爆竹 (bakuchiku, firecracker) are applied for Tondo.
  29. In some domains where more farm land was given as Kyujin-chi (see below), the hereditary stipend was less than that.
  30. In some domains, a Sobayonin officer was also provided with the title of Osoba-goyo-toritsugi, and in this case, the function of the officer was almost the same as those of a Sobayonin officer in the bakufu.
  31. In some domains, feudal retainers got a part of their lords' premiums as reward grants.
  32. In some domains, retainers were classified into 3 classes, 'Joshi, Kachi, Sotsu or Ashigaru,' but the top two classes (Kishi and Kachi) were considered Shibun.
  33. In some domains, the Toshiyori and Churo posts were used to mean the same thing.
  34. In some domains, the vassal with this authority was called "samurai-gashira" or "kumigashira" rather than bangashira.
  35. In some domains, the words "kyunin" and "umamawari" were both used to express occupational titles or family ranks, while in others only one of these words was used.
  36. In some emakimono depicting the inside of a house, a special composition technique was used to make viewers able to see figures inside the house by eliminating the complete roofs and ceilings.
  37. In some exceptions, however, some are placed facing towards the temples or shrines.
  38. In some fields where the absolute number of lay disciples who support the economic foundation of the iemoto system is small, attempts to establish new branch schools are often stymied for financial reasons.
  39. In some fields, however, such an action is not easy in reality, while in other fields it is relatively easy.
  40. In some food businesses like Machiaichaya (a Japanese traditional business offering meeting place), all the foods are prepared using Shidashi service and served for the customers, instead of cooking by themselves.
  41. In some gafu, the length of phrases are not equal and such gafu are called "zogon-shi" (irregular style poetry).
  42. In some games a scene of killing himself in an explosion with a tea utensil in his arms is re-enacted as an event.
  43. In some grocery stores in Shiga Prefecture, simmered takuan dishes are sold at the ready-made dish section labeled as 'zeitaku-ni' (luxurious simmered dish).
  44. In some historical documents different kanji is used for his name Nakamasa.
  45. In some historical documents it can be confirmed that a group called "Ezo," who seem to have been identical to today's Ainu, already lived in Japan by the thirteenth century through the fourteenth century.
  46. In some houses, multiple Irori fireplaces existed, and they were divided according to their class differences.
  47. In some junior high schools and high schools, it is introduced at the beginning of classes on classic literature and the students memorize it at first.
  48. In some local cities, there are very unique local Noh performances, such as Kurokawa Noh, that is different from those of the five schools.
  49. In some local communities, danjiri refers to taikodai (a festival float in which a drum is fit inside) and futon-daiko (a big taikodai).
  50. In some local domains, when stored 'hoshi ii' (dried boiled rice) was disposed of, it was used to make dagashi, which soon became established as traditional local food and which is still sold today.
  51. In some local places, kuridashi-ihai (a box-type mortuary tablet container) is used, but the head temple recommends use of homyo-jiku instead.
  52. In some locations, the depository and food storehouses were called 'Itakura.'
  53. In some matches, players are required to wear protective gear, but direct attack isn't allowed.
  54. In some mountain villages extremely far from sea, the whale meat preserved in salt was highly valued and the custom of using the meat for dishes on event occasions has been handed down.
  55. In some mountain villages where sea fishes were not available, such whale meat was served as a dish on celebratory occasions, for example, on New Year's holidays.
  56. In some municipalities, such rampage developed to the extent of arresting rampaging youths for obstructing officers from performing their duty.
  57. In some occasions, tai sashimi is marinated in a sauce before being put on top of rice.
  58. In some occupations and roles, people are still absolutely required to wear Wafuku instead of being allowed to wear Wafuku as a preference.
  59. In some of big cities there are pure sushi restaurants, but the menus of almost all Japanese food restaurants include sushi.
  60. In some of the Kokuga locations there were a mae dono (front palace) and a ushiro dono (rear palace) situated at the front and the back of a seiden (main palace).
  61. In some of the assigned areas of jurisdiction for subprefectures based on the ordinance by the Hokkaido Government, there are cases in which the names of the old provinces are used.
  62. In some of the old type 'apart,' even the mailbox and dining room were also communal, and the individual room was tended to be considered as a space only to sleep and relax.
  63. In some of the panels set up along the Arashiyama Main Line, the photographs have Japanese poems which relate to them written outside their frames.
  64. In some of the shrines along seashores, sea water is used instead of the hot water in a large pot (Yonsha-jinja Shrine in Yokoshibahikari-cho, Chiba Prefecture, etc.).
  65. In some of the stories, the relationship is quite opposite; Ibaraki Doji appears as one of the boss characters, and Shuten Doji is just a minor villain.
  66. In some paddy fields, an individual Kusayama was set up, and this type was called 'Tatsuki kusayama' (attached Kusayama to paddy).
  67. In some parts (mainly cold snowy regions such as the Tohoku region) of the country, however, Hina-matsuri is still observed on March 3 by the old calendar (there are other regions that celebrate the festival on April 3 according to the new calendar).
  68. In some parts of Japan, a fermented tea which is similar to the black tea of China, is produced and called Tsukemono-cha (漬物茶).
  69. In some parts of Japan, cakes containing Myoga are still eaten, such as Myoga-mochi (Gifu Prefecture) and Myoga-manju (Kumamoto Prefecture).
  70. In some parts of Kyoto, tonkatsu is placed on the rice and the egg is added on top of that.
  71. In some parts of the Sanin region, amazake is also called as amagayu.
  72. In some parts of the Tohoku region, "shishiodori" (the deer dance) is performed in groups of seven to eight people, and the most common is the three lion dance performed in groups of three people.
  73. In some parts of the desert where kosa occurs, the extent of damage due to kosa is by far more serious, because accompanying sandstorms may move sand dunes, may bury dwelling places, may make roads unusable, and may resultantly make a whole village inhabitable.
  74. In some parts within the region, the food culture using fish sauce (soy-sauce-like fish sauce) such as shottsuru fish sauce in Akita exists.
  75. In some pieces which have been newly composed in recent years, the techniques of tonguing and vibration are used as 'the modern style of playing' like they are used with Western flute and piccolo.
  76. In some places in the Ibaraki Prefecture, including Mito, call internal conflict 'Tengu.'
  77. In some places, (it is said that) the vinegar rice is wrapped with konbu (a kind of kelp used for Japanese soup stock) before wrapped with persimmon leaves.
  78. In some places, a specific time period to invite happiness is provided and rites and festivals to cancel kekkai of shinboku and to invite gods are held.
  79. In some places, people make a straw man representing an evil spirit, tie harmful insects to it and, ringing bells and banging drums, go in procession to the village border where it is thrown the river.
  80. In some places, the ages of shichigosan (a celebration for three-year, five-year and seven-year old children) are also included in the calamitous ages in their broadest sense.
  81. In some prestigious events, though, people are required to eat sushi with chopsticks.
  82. In some producing center of gilded Buddhist altars, there are artisans specialized in Kuden called 'Kudenshi' other than the artisan for making wooden parts, and some of them may make Shumidan.
  83. In some publications and printed matters, 'Heisei Tenno' (the Emperor Heisei) is used as the third person without using the title of honor and there are arguments for and against this.
  84. In some publications, examples using title 'OO (name of Japanese era) Tenno,' without using honorific titles to Kinjo Tenno for the third person (for example: Akihito), can be seen here and there.
  85. In some quarters, it is called "Etchu fundoshi classic pants" or "samurai pants," both in wasei-eigo (English words coined in Japan).
  86. In some rare cases, acrobatic performances (Tobikaeri (backward somersault), Hotokedaore (performance that represents death or falling unconscious), and so on) are performed in aggressive types of pieces.
  87. In some records of the administrations, the name of the Shin clan is found as well as the Kogamo clan, Nanjo clan, Murakami clan of Hoki Province and so on which were powerful clans in Hoki Province in those days, therefore, the Shin clan is considered to have been one of such influential clans in West Hoki.
  88. In some references, his first name is written as 三次郎 (Sanjiro).
  89. In some regional parts of Japan, a simplified play performed at festive occasions is handed down through the generations as 'such-and-such niwaka' prefixing it with the region's name.
  90. In some regions a ring like thimble is used to keep the thumb from catching on the string.
  91. In some regions and legends, it is said to have been a residence of Toyotamahiko or the dragon king of the sea.
  92. In some regions boys (and occasionally girls) who come of a certain age may not be recognized as grownups until they perform their ablutions as a passage rite.
  93. In some regions carp is cooked without being scaled.
  94. In some regions in Japan, people celebrate a private festival called "fundoshi iwai" that is a rite of passage, where persons who reached a certain age would wear fundoshi loincloth for the first time as proof of attaining adulthood.
  95. In some regions is found a folkway that making babies step on large botamochi to hope the babies thrive.
  96. In some regions of Japan the local government holds the Coming-of-Age Ceremony on the Sunday before Coming-of-Age Day so that those who have to return home can participate without difficulty.
  97. In some regions of Japan, it is said that the supernatural being called Hange roams about and this is a warning not to do farm work at this time.
  98. In some regions or denominations the age of 61called kanreki (at which a person's longevity is celebrated) is taken as the age of calamity for both men and women.
  99. In some regions sanshamairi is a custom which has taken root in general.
  100. In some regions such as (Yoshida cho, Uwajima City, Ehime Prefecture), this event has been preserved and encouraged and is still held as a 'community center event.'
  101. In some regions such as Okinawa Prefecture and Hokkaido, occasionally a clerk asks, 'Shall I warm it up?' when buying onigiri in CVS.
  102. In some regions the loincloth celebrations were used to hand down gender specific etiquette and it said were at times a form of sex education.
  103. In some regions the performance style of playing Japanese 'taiko' drums from both sides is included as part of Matsuribayashi.
  104. In some regions this custom is called "Naruka-naranuka" (Will you bear fruits or you won't?)
  105. In some regions this is called 'dai no ko iwai.'
  106. In some regions, "Bojutsu" (staff technique), a name of martial arts, is straightfowardly used.
  107. In some regions, 'Shonanoka' is called 'Ichinanoka' (literally, one seven day) or 'Ikkananoka' (literally, one day and seven day).
  108. In some regions, 49 dumplings are offered adding one each day from the day of death to Chuin (a period of mourning lasting seven weeks).
  109. In some regions, Koshogatsu is called Onna-shogatsu (Women's New Year, also called Me-shogatsu) to thank housewives for their hard work over matsu no uchi, during which they weren't supposed to have to work in the kitchen until Jinjitsu (in the lunar calendar, the seventh day after New Year's Day).
  110. In some regions, a bowl of rice topped with eel is called Unadon while rice topped with eel in Jubako is called Unaju.
  111. In some regions, a mask of a fox or something is worn, while in other regions thick makeup (like stage makeup) and gorgeous clothing are worn.
  112. In some regions, a straw gun (a bundle of straws tied up) is used instead of a stone.
  113. In some regions, a whole stump was dug out from the ground and burned without being broken into pieces.
  114. In some regions, all the villagers started to attend funerals.
  115. In some regions, all white sakekasu is referred to as itakasu.
  116. In some regions, experts sometimes help them wear makeup, and in those cases the final conditions can be very sophisticated and beautiful.
  117. In some regions, for example, in the England during World WarⅡ, where food was not available sufficiently, use of whale meet as substitute food was recommended, but such practice didn't become established.
  118. In some regions, harvest festivals and small New Year's festivals around January 15th involve 'Kakashiage (setting up of a scarecrow), ' because scarecrows are linked with a belief in Yamanokami.
  119. In some regions, he is enshrined in gohei or talismans kept on a pillar or shelf near the kamado; in others, a gotoku (metal stand) or other implements used in an irori is regarded as the shintai.
  120. In some regions, however, 'Kuridashi-ihai' (a set of mortuary tablets which can be taken out one by one) is used (Hongan-ji School in Chugoku region, and so on).
  121. In some regions, however, there are companies which produce and sell "seshikara" or "aburakasu" using chicken skin as its raw material.
  122. In some regions, in order to hold all the memorial services of every seven days from Shonanoka to Nanananoka, there are some cases in which priority is placed onto potential attendees' convenience and the date for the memorial service is changed to a Saturday or a Sunday.
  123. In some regions, it is called "Tekki".
  124. In some regions, it is called "inariage" (as a thin, fried bean curd used for wrapping inari-zushi or flavored boiled rice) and also "sushiage" (the same, being used to wrap sushi or vinegared boiled rice).
  125. In some regions, it is called 'oshikasu,' 'morohakukasu,' or 'nerikasu.'
  126. In some regions, it is made from normal flour or millet flour.
  127. In some regions, it is said that the act of pounding the ground was intended to send tanoak (deity of rice fields and harvests) to the heaven (or mountains).
  128. In some regions, it's called 'Mettajiru' or 'Ski-jiru.
  129. In some regions, koikuchi soy-sauce in darker color may be especially preferred.
  130. In some regions, only food prepared using egg in the batter for the coating is called 'zangi.'
  131. In some regions, people are thankful that 3 year olds are given language, 5 year olds wisdom, and 7 year olds teeth by God(s), and in other regions, people regard 3, 5, and 7 years as critical times of life and Shichi-go-san takes place as a kind of ritual of warding off evil fortunes.
  132. In some regions, people circled around a big Taimatsu torch with smaller Taimatsu torches in their hands, and shouted "Gozare (Please come back), gozare" to call ancestors' souls to them.
  133. In some regions, people decorate it with tools deeply related to sericulture.
  134. In some regions, people hang a straw rope attached with a holly sprig and the head of a baked sardine.
  135. In some regions, rice farmers still preserve the old custom of making amazake and placing it on an alter during festivals as an offering of thanks for a good harvest.
  136. In some regions, roasted beans are thrown after being offered on kamidana (a household Shinto altar).
  137. In some regions, shrines to worship Funadama are placed on the land.
  138. In some regions, such as Gifu and Nagano Prefectures, ochimusha are called 'daiko.'
  139. In some regions, takikomi gohan when served with octopus is called sakura meshi.
  140. In some regions, the Shinsen offered on the altars is thrown in Shintaizan (a mountain where the spirit of deity is traditionally believed to dwell) or buried underground even today.
  141. In some regions, the ceremony is conducted by a person called obioya, instead of the child's parents.
  142. In some regions, the chopsticks, which were believed to be the same as those used by Daishisama (the Great Teacher) when eating azuki-gayu, were used after the event as a charm against evil or as a charm for children's excellence in studies and skills.
  143. In some regions, the clothing and participation of children are regulated in the same way as those of adults as much as possible in order to train children as successors.
  144. In some regions, the fushin bugyo would also take charge of the fushin usually done by yosui bugyo and vice versa.
  145. In some regions, the profession of a fu or kannagi may be termed 'Itako.'
  146. In some regions, the ryuteki flute, nohkan flute, kagurabue flute and other unique flutes are used during festivals.
  147. In some regions, the tanabata festival has been united with events of praying for rain or mushiokuri (torch procession of driving away crop-eating insects).
  148. In some regions, there is a custom of Sankaimawashi (turning three times), where they turn a coffin three times on site or let it circle the house three times before carrying the coffin out of the house.
  149. In some regions, there is a view that it is good manners to wear Mofuku at Tsuya, however, it is, generally speaking, impolite to attend a Tsuya dressed in Mofuku (It comes from a view that wearing Mofuku indicates that a funeral has been expected, which is thought to be impolite.)
  150. In some regions, there is the festival of Hitotsumono, or possibly Hitotsumono.
  151. In some regions, they display the kadomatsu from as early as December 20.
  152. In some regions, this is called kogasu.
  153. In some regions, this term specifically refers to Gidayu-bushi (musical narrative of the puppet theater), a representative school of Joruri.
  154. In some regions, tofu vendors were much more like peddlers.
  155. In some regions, yeast or a small amount of yogurt is added to accelerate stable fermentation.
  156. In some religions, Sanretsu (attendance) and Shoko for funerals conducted in other religions are prohibited, and so some funerals are conducted without religious ceremony considering the different religious background possibly existing among the surviving members of the family and those present.
  157. In some restaurants, sauces can be chosen that include a sweet vinegar gelee similar to that for Tenshin-han.
  158. In some restaurants, sushis are directly served on a wooden counter whose part is raised.
  159. In some rituals, worshippers have a meal with the god.
  160. In some scale of performance, kikakukoseigin (reciting which is planned and framed, also simply called koseigin) is also performed.
  161. In some schools of battojutsu (an art of drawing a sword), a kind of Japanese military arts, people tie it on their practice wear for the purpose of wearing a practice sword.
  162. In some schools, Soke herself or himself teaches disciples directly, and in other schools, Soke leaves the educational activities to high ranking disciples.
  163. In some schools, there is a soke (grand master) instead of an Iemoto (although the hierarchical relationship and role division between iemoto and soke vary widely depending on the school).
  164. In some seasons, it's so crowded that additional, temporary ticket-selling counters are provided in the rotary in front of the station.
  165. In some sections of the old route of the Yagurazawa-okan, the roadway of the Tokaido in the Ritsuryo period has been used.
  166. In some sections, the old roads are not found yet because people have not used it for a long time or people used another routes in some periods; and for those sections, further investigations, studies and additional application for World Heritage site are required.
  167. In some sects of Islam and Christianity, consumption of octopus is considered to be a taboo due to similar laws.
  168. In some sects other than Jodo Shinshu Sect, breaking an incense stick is sometimes regarded as ominous.
  169. In some sects, a simplified-type kesa called wagesa is used by laypersons when taking part in a Buddhist mass.
  170. In some shrines, a haiden is located directly at the front of shintai, or objects believed to contain the spirit of the deity, instead of having a honden in the middle, such as in Omiwa-jinja Shrine and Kanasana-jinja Shrine.
  171. In some shrines, awabi shells are used as hiraka (a white vessel with a diameter of about 10cm) instead of clay vessels.
  172. In some shrines, haiden serves also as a place for mai-den or kagura-den, a place for floor dancing performance, or shamusho, a shrine office.
  173. In some shrines, heiden is built as an independent structure; more commonly, however, heiden shares the building structure with haiden.
  174. In some shrines, instead of using a hi-ogi fan, a mai-ogi fan, used for dancing to zokugaku (vulgar or common music, as opposed to gagaku court music) is decorated with cords to look like a hi-ogi fan.
  175. In some specialty shops, salmon roe is often boiled, lightly before it turns cloudy, in order to remove the fishy smell.
  176. In some states within the United States of America today, castration is provided as an alternative to imprisonment and is conducted as a penalty for sex offenders at their request.
  177. In some stations other than JNR/JR, such as subway lines, the displays of 'JR lines and Shinkansen' instead of 'JR lines' are used, separating Shinkansen from regular JR railway lines.
  178. In some stations, automatic ticket machines are installed inside the automatic ticket gate; passengers can buy tickets with cash on the platform by passing the ticket gate, but they don't need to return to the automatic ticket gate in order to pass the ticket.
  179. In some stories, it says that Yozenin only found out about the letter when the spy was trying to steal it, and she regretted saying rude comments to Kuranosuke after realizing his true intention.
  180. In some streams of Veda, Jesus of Nazareth is respected as the existence who has attained enlightment.
  181. In some tales (e.g., Chapter 23 on the so-called 'Tsutsu Izutsu' (lit. a well curb)), countrymen who have nothing to do with Narihira, who is a nobleman of imperial lineage, are made into the protagonists.
  182. In some terminologies, the clan of the monarch, which was called "Kozoku" (皇族), "Ozoku" (王族), or "Kozoku" (公族), was excluded from the coverage of the term of Kizoku.
  183. In some time periods of a day, there are more rafting boats than the pleasure boats on the river.
  184. In some time slots, when putting into or setting out of the depot or they are available for other purposes, the Series 3000 and 8000, which are usually used for limited express service undertake the operation.
  185. In some traditional style Noh plays of 'Aoi no Ue,' an aonyobo appears as an attendant of the leading character named Rokujo no Miyasudokoro.
  186. In some versions, the number of counties and the areas of rice fields in each province were written.
  187. In some village festivals in local regions, maikagura (Shinto music and dance) imitating sumo and Yumiya is performed.
  188. In some villages, every family had its feudal lord, (it was referred to as Aikyu).
  189. In some ways, sake rice malt is added solely for the purpose of being categorized as "refined sake" according to the Liquor Tax Act.
  190. In some works he called himself Yakichiro TATEOKA, or Yukichi UNNO.
  191. In sosho and sogo, the peasants had a high tendency toward unity and self-reliance, and a number of sosho and sogo appeared in the Kinai region where the soson were most developed.
  192. In sotobori (outer moat of castle) some black swans presented from Mito City are raised.
  193. In southern Amagasaki City, Hyogo Prefecture, 'yama awase' has become an attraction in which the front wheels of the danjiri are lifted and the ninaibo (katabo) of the opposing groups are placed on top of each other to decide who wins.
  194. In southern Shinano, Sadayoshi OGASAWARA, who was supported by Ieyasu, followed Yoshimasa and entered his former territory, Fukashi (present-day Matsumoto City); other lords also took the side of Ieyasu.
  195. In spare moments from his public service, he continued his translation, introduction and comment on foreign literature, including Goethe's three masterpieces such as "Faust."
  196. In spare moments from his work as a senior official, he edited publications aimed at a particular hobby groups or held poetry readings at home to make contact with various different people.
  197. In specific terms, it is the period when rice-paddy cultivation started in Japan by introduction rice cropping techniques.
  198. In spite of Iemochi's death, Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA, who executed the state affairs for Iemochi, wanted to continue the Choshu Expedition, however, the notice that the strongholds of bakufu in Hamada and Kokura had fallen broke him down and he decided to stop the Choshu Expedition on August 30 (表記の変更) under the pretext of Iemochi's demise.
  199. In spite of King Wakatakeru's efforts, the royal line weakened between the late fifth century and the beginning of the sixth century; some widely accepted theories claim that the line ended several times.
  200. In spite of Tameyo's strong opposition, on May 21, 1311, it was ordered that Tamekane should compile the collection and present it alone ("Petition by Two Nobles of the Enkei Era").
  201. In spite of a plea by Tsubura no Okimi for sparing their lives, they were burned to death.
  202. In spite of a pledge that the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) would settle the matter, if only Naomori killed himself; the bakufu soon broke up the Sakazaki family and confiscated its fief.
  203. In spite of being baishin, Naoe Yamashiro (referring to Kanetsugu NAOE), Kobayakawa Saemon (referring to Takakage KOBAYAKAWA) and Hori Kenmotsuhai (referring to Naomasa HORI) were people were shikanemajiki although they maintained good order of the country.'
  204. In spite of being brought up in the countryside, she is more intelligent and beautiful than her mother, and Genji is impressed by her course of action and way she handles people. (In the chapter of 'Takekawa (Bamboo River),' a sequel to her story is told.)
  205. In spite of being stable, the politics of the Edo bakufu was far from perfect, so various contradictions inherent in the regime became problematic year by year.
  206. In spite of having been established before the Constitution of the Empire of Japan, let alone before the Constitution of Japan, this act is determined by the Supreme Court of Japan to retain the same effect as laws and ordinances today.
  207. In spite of his agreement to allow for one year of discussion, he returned after only half a year away and daringly pressed the Japanese government for a decision, which made the Shogunate understandably anxious.
  208. In spite of his promotion in court rank, he was repeatedly appointed to similar government posts thereafter until he was appointed to Udaiben (Major Controller of the Right) in 1012; namely to Uchuben (Middle Controller of the Right), to Gon Sachuben (provisional Middle Controller of the Left) and once again to Uchuben.
  209. In spite of his status as the noble, he and his son Motoyuki joined in the Siege of Osaka, and protected the Osaka-jo Castle until he was killed in the last battle at Tennoji Okayama.
  210. In spite of including so many different elements of story, the tale has reached a high degree of perfection, being valued as the tale or the ancient novel in the early period of a history of literature.
  211. In spite of it, she is a loyal sister who defends Yohei to the end when he is suspected of having murdered Okichi, and stealing Teshimaya's money.
  212. In spite of its opening with great fanfare, it operated as Yose for a short period.
  213. In spite of midnight, many spectators gathered to see them off.
  214. In spite of non-enrolment, a person disguised to be a student wearing a school uniform or attending a class without permission is called 'tempura gakusei (student).'
  215. In spite of not being a Christian, Hidetsugu was praised by a missionary that he was a gentle and considerable person (Luis FROIS 'History of Japan,' etc.).
  216. In spite of several complications that occurred for one year after the decision of annexation of Korea at the cabinet meeting, Japan integrated the Korean Peninsula based on the Japan-Korea Annexation Treaty on August 22, 1910, as decided in the cabinet.
  217. In spite of such consideration, those who could not participate were unable to attend future tea ceremonies.
  218. In spite of such this, some Kyujutsu-ka stove greatly to survive and opened training halls in each house, so that martial arts began to be revalued gradually among the common people, and this included a revaluation of Bushido (the spirit of the samurai).
  219. In spite of that, Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA abondoned the imperial command, raised yet another army and barricaded himself and his army in Makishima-jo Castle while making Fujihide MITSUBUCHI guard Nijo-jo Castle.
  220. In spite of the custom that "Shoso" (warehouse) was established in the site of Kokufu, most Shoso in the local area were established at "Gunke" (municipal government office in a county) in the Nara period, because the county played an important role in collecting taxes.
  221. In spite of the efforts of Parkes as well as Magistrate Nose and other officials, their recommendation was set aside amid the confusions after Iemochi's death, and it was not long before the assault against the U.S. envoy Van Valkenburg occurred.
  222. In spite of the fact that Sumiyoshi was originally a kashi (lower class samurai), he cross-examined Hisaharu SHIMAZU in front of his brother, who was the lord of the domain, Tadayoshi SHIMAZU, and finally Hisaharu died in depression.
  223. In spite of the fact that he surrendered together with Nagashige NIWA to Toshinaga MAEDA before the final battle, he forfeited his position and properties (Kaieki)
  224. In spite of the fact that some of his annotations and guiding 'punctuation' marks do not quite suffice by today's standards, they are counted among important materials for studying medieval poetry and regarded as highly valuable.
  225. In spite of the importance of their role, they could only be promoted up to Kaigo (Deputy Chief of the office) or Shitsujidai (deputy steward), which were equivalent to an assistant director of an organization within the formal structure of the bakufu.
  226. In spite of the large number of passengers, many of the railroad cars are old and operated with short-car sets in the Kansai area.
  227. In spite of the literal meaning of tsume biki, the shamisen player should use not its fingernails but its fingertips alongside for plucking the strings.
  228. In spite of the low credibility of the leak, it became an incident; hence, it is said that this accusation itself was a plot developed by Torii.
  229. In spite of the movement, when the KIYOURA Cabinet collapsed after five months of administration, Kenkyukai approached three advocates of protection of the Constitution, and received the offer to the post of parliamentary vice-minister in exchange for the passing of the bill establishing universal suffrage.
  230. In spite of the nationwide trend, however, it is worthy of attention that stone statues of Tanokami are found only in Satsuma Province, Osumi Province, and a part of Hyuga Province (Miyakonojo City and its surrounding areas) in southern Kyushu.
  231. In spite of the same purpose, and festival for enshrined deity, a style or variety of religious service, or a tradition differs greatly according to a province or region in many cases.
  232. In spite of the silly contents, they are appreciated by the audience as a relief during the long play.
  233. In spite of the status of the court nobles, Motohisa JIMYOIN and his son Motomasa JIMYOIN participated in the Siege of Osaka; the father and son entered the Osaka-jo Castle and died in the final battle at Tennoji Okayama (some historian says that they escaped alive).
  234. In spite of the strong bitterness of calcium oxalate in a raw konnyaku imo, removing the bitterness from it in some way makes konnyaku edible.
  235. In spite of the term chubun (halve), the ratio of division was not necessarily one half for each.
  236. In spite of these adverse conditions, the governor Ninagawa won overwhelming victories in the re-elections for the fifth and sixth terms through his high administrative abilities and trust which had been enhanced by fulfilling a great number of public commitments.
  237. In spite of these problems, no major changes were made to the system in the early Tang Dynasty period.
  238. In spite of this change, the Imperial family was kokushu (Japanese feudal lord who governs more than one province) of the 66 domains in Japan.
  239. In spite of this number disadvantage, the Minamoto clan won the battle.
  240. In spite of this, Kofuku-ji Temple could not purge Yoshimitsu, because he came from the Minamoto clan, not from the Fujiwara clan.
  241. In spite of this, Soun, with support from the Imagawa clan, aligned himself with the Yoshitane-Ouchi faction, and slowly expanded his power in Sagami.
  242. In spite of this, it became the foundation for the establishment of Daiei.
  243. In spite of this, slaves were not completely omitted as the members who cultivated the directly-managed lands.
  244. In spite of this, the erection of Buddhist ordination platform in Onjo-ji Temple which he requested for was not granted after all because of the objection from the competing power, Enryaku-ji Temple on Mt. Hiei.
  245. In spite of this, throughout the Sengoku Period there were hikan common folk who maintained an independent existence.
  246. In spite of two and a half hours of negotiation, no agreements were reached and the submission of the budget for reconstruction of Yoshida dormitory in the academic year 2006 was not reached.
  247. In spite of your promising words "sasemo" (the name of a grass) that I had been relying on like a blessing of dewdrops, again my hopes didn't bear fruit this autumn and my life is passing by in vain. ('Senzaishu' (Collection of Japanese Poems of a Thousand Years) Miscellaneous, 1023)
  248. In spring (March) of the third year of Emperor Suinin's reign, Amenohiboko, a prince from Silla came to Japan.
  249. In spring 1183, MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka, the male cousin of Yoritomo who had received Prince Mochihito's order and raised an army, had sheltered the uncle MINAMOTO no Yoshihiro and MINAMOTO no Yukiie, who were pursued by Yoritomo.
  250. In spring 2001, the operation of local trains from Arashiyama Station to Katsura Station was extended to Nagaoka-tenjin Station so that the passengers could transfer to the limited express train for Umeda Station on the same platform; however, since then this operation has not been performed in any sightseeing season.
  251. In spring and old times, Castle town of a hundred fifty thousand-koku production
  252. In spring every year, the festival of Hisatsu-hime is held halfway up Mt. Yoso.
  253. In spring of 1982, the spring was restored when it was excavated from a different location.
  254. In spring of 2004, one-legged footsteps were fond in an area called Tomida in Tanabe City, Wakayama Prefecture.
  255. In spring, "Fukuju-so" (Adonis ramosa) bloom in clusters in the southwestern ridge, and aconite flowers bloom in large numbers on the mountaintop from summer to autumn.
  256. In spring, he travelled to the Yamagata area and stayed there.
  257. In spring, kosa is generated frequently because the conditions are likely to be met, and has the tendency of being carried over a relatively long distance.
  258. In spring, the mountains put on fresh green colors and are variegated with Rhododendron keiskei, Rhododendron metternichii and so on; in autumn, all the copses in the mountains change color, and under certain conditions, a sea of clouds emerges in the morning.
  259. In standard daytime operations starting from the Osaka area, local trains run to Kashiwara Station (Osaka Prefecture) and Nara Station, rapid trains run through the Wakayama Line, and Yamatoji Rapid Service trains run to the Nara area.
  260. In standard historical description of ancient history of Japan by scholars of academism today, this period has been written based on mainly archaeology as evidence.
  261. In standup comedy acts, when the same thing is repeated twice or more for comic effect, it's called "Tendon."
  262. In stark contrast to his older brother Yoshiie, who used his position as head of the Kawachi-Genji to benefit the entire clan, Yoshimitsu's first priority was benefiting himself, and as a result he greatly expanded the amount of territory under his control, thereby magnifying his own power and influence.
  263. In stark contrast to the Army, the Navy which rationed its sailors rice with barley had almost no deaths due to beriberi.
  264. In starting the advancement, Jusuke KOKUBU and Sokuro OGURA killed themselves by falling on their swords.
  265. In starting the bakufu, he established laws and regulations to control samurai and the Imperial court, through the introduction of various systems, including the specifications of Buke shohatto (laws for the military families) and of Kinchu narabini kuge shohatto (a set of regulations that were applied to the emperor and the Kyoto nobles).
  266. In starting the game, they call out, 'Daruma-san, Daruma-san, niramekko shimasho.'
  267. In stead of imported bronze coins, Eirakusen, from the Ming Dynasty, the shogunate government established the coinage guild to mint domestic coins such as Kanei Tsuho coin for the circulating money in the country.
  268. In stores Hoba-zushi is sold in that form for the preservation.
  269. In stories created from such an evaluation Hideyoshi was described as a cheerful bright man, while Nobunaga was described as a clever genius and Ieyasu as an honest and prudent man.
  270. In stories of the Heian period, the word "a poem" without any modifier meant a kanshi, and the Japanese reading of the word added next to it meant "Chinese song."
  271. In studies on castles built during and before the early modern period, they are sometimes called Shukaku.
  272. In subsequent years, the front square continued to become larger.
  273. In substance, he took the helm of state affairs of bakufu.
  274. In substitution for him, Tsunaharu KUTSUKI was adopted from Zeze Domain in Omi Province to be the family's legitimate son.
  275. In succession to the otogi zoshi, kana zoshi (novels written for women and children using kana rather than Chinese characters to make them easily understandable) and ukiyozoshi (literally, "books of the floating world") were produced by Saikaku IHARA and others.
  276. In succession, five people including Akae stood up with handing koro in order, and they swore as follows with sending tears.
  277. In such Mori's eyes, a concubinage system of Japan in which a wife and a mistress happened to live together in the same house was very strange.
  278. In such a case, 'aisho' is placed importance in terms of various human relationships such as the relationship between lovers and the relationships concerning the organizational roles including those between the boss and the subordinates and between co-workers, as well as the relationship between friends.
  279. In such a case, a single piece of paper on which the name of a kashitsukasa (sweets' maker) is printed is sometimes used as well as hon-kaishi.
  280. In such a case, bacillus subtilis natto becomes an unwanted sundry bacterium that generates sticky rice malt.
  281. In such a case, it is considered improper manners to deplete one dish and make it empty before eating other dishes, so you must keep balance in eating all dishes evenly in order.
  282. In such a case, not an official postal card but a private mailing card is used with a postal stamp (for mourning, the pattern of a wreath or a reed), whereas the postal card has become common with the diffusion of personal computers and printers.
  283. In such a case, people must either collect the floated lanterns at a downstream area of the river or gather them together on a dry river bed or seashore.
  284. In such a case, people prepare a pile of some pieces of thin paper called tracing paper or use special water-resistant kaishi.
  285. In such a case, position of karo was naturally kahan, so people in lower positions (bugyo [magistrate], yonin [officer handling domestic economy]) were called kahan at the assignment.
  286. In such a case, the main cause is the proteins contained in the yolk.
  287. In such a case, the shrine's jinin in "koe" (yellow vestments) was dispatched to the manor, and simplified Shinboku, which was made up of the shrine's sakaki and "shide" (a hanging), was stood at the center of the paddy or the field in question.
  288. In such a case, the style can even be called one of anonymous poems, moving away from the personal names of the composers, and it has something in common with the anonymous senryu poems in the period of the first Senryu.
  289. In such a distribution system, unique flavors of each sake brewery could not reach consumers.
  290. In such a group, vertical relationships were developed according to the roles of ritual services or positions within the group; people inside the village were even excluded, much less people outside the village because the positions within the group were limited.
  291. In such a house, tatami mats were laid all over a room, shoji-to (sliding paper doors) were used, and Zashikikazari (a set of decorative features), such as tokonoma (alcove in a traditional Japanese room where art or flowers are displayed) were introduced.
  292. In such a mind-set, you can't do your job well."
  293. In such a part, the melody close to the original sound is played collaterally on the Ryuteki flute, and playing the part with the gap (called heterophony) creates a unique flavor.
  294. In such a place as yukaku (a red-light district), it was often performed by ordinary persons who were not professional entertainers.
  295. In such a severe economic situation, however, no antique collector could buy such an expensive hand scroll by himself.
  296. In such a situation Harudanji I was the only rakugo storyteller who acquired a number of fans by providing new comic stories.
  297. In such a situation Incident of Hoko-ji Temple Bell decisively deepend the confrontation between the Tokugawa/Toyotomi families (for details, see Incident of Hoko-ji Temple Bell).
  298. In such a situation Iwakura was attacked by Kumakichi TAKECHI and other discontent warriors from the former regime at Kuichigaizaka, Akasaka (Minato Ward, Tokyo Prefecture) (which is called the Kuichigai Incident).
  299. In such a situation at the time, Yoshioka's petition was exceptional and noteworthy as it argued 'the disapproval of the Seikanron' on principal and moral grounds.
  300. In such a situation he produced "Mataemon ARAKI," a big movie celebrating his 1,000th lead role in 1925.
  301. In such a situation the "Ryuchikai" came into existence in 1878 in order to preserve and promote art.
  302. In such a situation, "the Toho Shodo-kai association" was dissolved, "Taito Shodo-in" and "the Sanraku Shodo-kai association" became totally inactive, and "Koa Shodo Renmei" issued an announcement about continuing activities, but could not act freely.
  303. In such a situation, Chizuko, having read an article blaming Ikuko NAGAO's psychography, felt disappointed and angry, told KIYOHARA harshly that "it would be no use studying me any longer."
  304. In such a situation, Emperor Daigo issued in 913 a law to control yonin-kokushi, but could not gain any substantial results.
  305. In such a situation, Japan adopted a unique system in the world, based on Japanese traditional magical philosophy rather than Confucian philosophy, under which impure works such as the use of military and police force were not regarded as official system of the nation.
  306. In such a situation, Kiyomasa went ahead with a plan to increase production by civil engineering technology including flood control, which was his strong point.
  307. In such a situation, Russia decided and ordered that the crown prince of Russia should return to Russia from Kobe Port in a hurry.
  308. In such a situation, few were ready to sacrifice themselves to contribute to victory, and the war between the Eastern and Western camps had fallen into a stalemate.
  309. In such a situation, in 1227, Sadamichi was enjoying river fishing with his vassals in the Rakunan (south of Kyoto) near Kissho-in Temple, which had a prohibition on killing living things, when an incident arose involving a fight with the monks affiliated with the temple.
  310. In such a situation, reinforcements sent by Nobunaga and headed by Nobumori SAKUMA and Hirohide HIRATE arrived at long last.
  311. In such a situation, senior vassals who doubted the ability of Nobunaga as head of the family, such as Hidesada HAYASHI, Michitomo HAYASHI, and Katsuie SHIBATA, tried to get rid of Nobunaga and help Nobunaga's younger brother Nobukatsu become the head, who was known to be smart.
  312. In such a situation, some public monks quit their jobs because they could not save the ordinary public and started activity as individuals.
  313. In such a situation, tens of socialists gathered at a movie theater in Kanda, Tokyo (Chiyoda-ku) called "Kinki-kan Theater" on June 22, 1908, in order to welcome Koken YAMAGUCHI, who had just been discharged from prison.
  314. In such a situation, the occurrence of Shimabara/Amakusa uprisings led the bakufu to the complete prohibition of Christianity and the complete national isolation that allowed only bakufu-controlled trade.
  315. In such a situation, the seven sons, the bereaved children of the first wife Nyoryo and her real younger sister Rensuke, the second wife who bore Jitsunyo, naturally became objects of followers' respect.
  316. In such a trend, territorial control, having been carried out by persons in various social statuses, became conducted by samurai alone.
  317. In such an adversity he, taking on a burden of an inherited role of the Zamoto of Kawarazaki-za Theater, succeeded to the name Gonnosuke KAWARASKI (the seventh).
  318. In such an environment, a new culture was starting to bloom; it was centered on Kyoto, which was regaining peace through control by Nobunaga.
  319. In such an environment, jiuta developed as sangen music.
  320. In such buildings, the ceiling of Nohgakudo is above the roof.
  321. In such case, if people stayed overnight at another place on the first day of spring in the construction year and would come home the next day, they were exempted from further practice of Katatagae for a while.
  322. In such case, salmon roe is placed on top of the rice which is mixed with salmon flesh.
  323. In such case, the front hems were inserted into the area between the chest and kimono called 'kaikomi' and the back hem was hung down.
  324. In such cases, as this ochi is used on the assumption that readers (or viewers) know this is typical of discontinued pieces, it also has an aspect of 'gakuya ochi' at the same time.
  325. In such cases, ceremonial staff members served as hobeishi.
  326. In such cases, events combining various religions and indigenous faiths are often practiced in parallel or in combination.
  327. In such cases, he spent his time walking back and forth in his Zashiki (a Japanese style room with tatami flooring) without making noise until six o'clock.
  328. In such cases, it is really yabo if you keep asking 'what kind of minor business are you going out for?'
  329. In such cases, much less effort was required by reproducing recorded accompaniments when the singer sings a song.
  330. In such cases, one lion is white while the other is red.
  331. In such cases, one or more rivers were used as a line of defense for the castle, with mounds and walls built for its protection.
  332. In such cases, only stone monuments with letters 'Bato Kannon' carved on it are often built instead of statues.
  333. In such cases, only the pitch is indicated in the numeric musical notation while the rhythm is indicated in the staff notation.
  334. In such cases, onshi gave peasants only a quick tour of honden (main shrine building) where Amaterasu Omikami was enshrined, and showed them mainly around geku dedicated to Toyouke no Okami that the peasants worshipped.
  335. In such cases, people constructed yorishiro to welcome descending gods, and these funeral halls with yorishiro have developed into permanent structures like present shrines.
  336. In such cases, relevant persons made a picture map (Shiishiboji ezu) that showed the exact position of Boji in order to confirm the territory of shoen and prevent future disputes over its boundaries.
  337. In such cases, the firewood was produced in mountain villages connected with downstream salt fields by a river.
  338. In such cases, the floor of forests that have lost their mantle or fringe vegetation tends to dry out, making them prone to degradation.
  339. In such cases, the fourth frame has something to appeal to people's emotions, such as touching scenes, or to drop a hint of something to come in the next piece and to give the readership expectations; thus, although it is not something to draw a laugh, it is appropriate as an 'ending of a story.'
  340. In such cases, the kanji character is read "omote," and when it follows the character for "noh," the compound is read "noh men."
  341. In such cases, the so-do hall is referred to as the zen-do hall.
  342. In such cases, the system gradually eroded and changed to the silver standard, because it was advantageous to circulate silver coins and hoard gold coins (Gresham's law).
  343. In such cases, the tax rate was higher than sanbuichiginno.
  344. In such cases, their actual title was not `goshi`, but Zaichu Gokenin (literally meaning lower ranked vassal).
  345. In such cases, there may be a case in which sake becomes more tasty after storing and maturing at home.
  346. In such cases, they submitted request forms for leave to the Guji (chief priests of Shinto shrines) who they belonged to.
  347. In such changing world affairs, the Japanese governance policy of Taiwan was also changing.
  348. In such circumstances, Ichikawa paid his attention to the potential for the television as a new media, and positively entered into this field from 1959.
  349. In such circumstances, Kameji ABE (1868-1928) was a practical farmer of Tachiyazawa Village (current Shonai Town) in Yamagata Prefecture, who studied agriculture all by himself except the education he had received at terakoya (small private school).
  350. In such circumstances, Yu MIZUNO published "Zotei Nihon Kodai Ochoshi Ron Josetsu" (Revised Introduction to the Theory on the History of Ancient Dynasties in Japan) in 1954.
  351. In such circumstances, how to make sake without using rice was researched.
  352. In such circumstances, it was widely pointed out that reforming the local administrative system was indispensable in order to stabilize to political situation.
  353. In such confusion, the Buddhist group that had been put in the inferior position under the movement of separation of Buddhism and Shintoism, especially the Jodo Shinshu sect that had supported the movement to overthrow the shogunate, promoted ingenious political maneuvers and successfully persuaded the government to establish Kyobusho.
  354. In such diffusion, people with deep insight on modern international law such as Kil-chun YU appeared.
  355. In such distribution through agricultural cooperative, trade was conducted on the basis of 'price per bag.'
  356. In such institutions, the following subjects were taught: medicine, pharmacy, acupuncture, massage, Onmyodo (way of Yin and Yang; the occult divination system based on the Taoist theory of the five elements), tenmondo (astrology), and rekido and gagaku (ancient Japanese court dance and music).
  357. In such occasions, kataudos did not attend the uta-awase contests.
  358. In such pieces the left-hand positioning is used for frequent tuning.
  359. In such places, a shimenawa is hung and for rituals people use evergreen broad-leaved trees with thick, glossy leaves such as nagi trees (a species of conifer), as typified by the sakaki (a kind of camellia), instead of a himorogi (sacred tree), as the yorishiro.
  360. In such political change, Kinito was also plotted to assassinate and his retainer Umanojo SHIGA (滋賀右馬允) was killed by roshi (masterless samurai) who were against Kobu Gattai in 1863.
  361. In such political environment, Kenjiro DEN was appointed as the first civilian Governor-General of Taiwan in 1919.
  362. In such restaurants, the chef sets fire to metallic spatulas or utensils used to grease the iron griddle and performs a juggling act.
  363. In such situation, Nisshin, who was nicknamed "Nisshin putting on a pot," supported Fuju-fuse during the era of Yoshinori ASHIKAGA, the sixth Shogun of the Muromachi Shogunate.
  364. In such situation, they used hiogi with decorative nickel fixtures and white biding strings.
  365. In such situations, mountain guardians who moved from nine small communities in the valleys around the headwaters of the Yura-gawa River which formed Chii-mura Village later, came to live in the mountain to engage in logging or making charcoal,
  366. In such stifling year, he published "ファスチェス" (about the issue of the ban), "Chinmoku no to" (The Tower of Silence) (about learning and art), "Shokudo" (diner) (covering Kropotkin, anarchism and so on).
  367. In such time, it is no wonder that 'the very soul of the samurai' of Japanese swords, the mental and religious value as sacred treasures and the artistic value are needed as realistic force, in a way.
  368. In such times, as underwear was limited either to fundoshi loincloths or koshimaki loincloths (waist cloths), it seems that women felt no resistance towards wearing fundoshi loincloths as the occasion demands.
  369. In sum, it was a Japanese commemorative postage stamp sold more in foreign countries than in Japan immediately after its issuance.
  370. In sum, two different, individual tea-drinking cultures coexist together in this book: 'wabicha' and 'tea ceremony in Shoin (traditional style of Japanese residential architecture).'
  371. In summary, "Himorogi" means a tree where a divine spirit descends from the Heaven, or yorishiro of God.
  372. In summary, people in the Jodo sect see Gokuraku as Hodo; moreover, common people can also enter this Hodo.
  373. In summary, the vegetation of Satoyama was utilized as follows.
  374. In summer 2005: A train set made up of one KTR 8000 Series car was broken down and the service between Kyoto Station and Nishi-Maizuru Station was substituted by JNR Series 183 for a period of approximately 20 days.
  375. In summer a ceremony to consecrate Priestess Onna San no Miya's newly made Buddhist image is held.
  376. In summer all the Imperial members, court nobles, and the children wore kome ori (a type of silk gauze) with mie dauski (a diamond-shaped pattern), for the older people, they wore light blue and light yellow, the elderly people with white silk fabric.
  377. In summer in Japan, there used to be an event called 'Mushioi' or 'Mushiokuri' in which people used torches to burn harmful insects flying over the fields.
  378. In summer it is recommended to make using a sheet of kitchen wrap also as a preventive sanitation measure because bacteria in the hands such as staphylococcus aureus can grow.
  379. In summer it was worn without Onzo or worn with Hikihegi (a type of Hitoe and the pattern was same as Kinu) without lining.
  380. In summer mountains we say prayers before the shoes --- journey now begins
  381. In summer of 1579, Nobunaga made Hideharu HATANO surrender and then executed him.
  382. In summer of 1582, Nobunaga prepared to dispatch the army corps of his third son Nobutaka KANBE and a senior vassal Nagahide NIWA in order to capture Motochika CHOSOKABE in the Shikoku region.
  383. In summer of 1911, Munizo moved along with Reiichiro, who went to Osaka in order to establish 'The Teikoku Shinbun.'
  384. In summer time, the mountain is very crowded with practitioners of Shugen (Japanese mountain asceticism-shamanism incorporating Shinto and Buddhist concepts) who head for Zao-do Hall of Mt. Sanjogatake or visitors.
  385. In summer when Genji was three years old, however, her condition took a sudden turn for the worse, and soon after she went home, she passed away there.
  386. In summer, Nioumiya began to love another woman in order to forget Ukifune.
  387. In summer, Uchimizu was done not only in the morning but also in the evening.
  388. In summer, he climbed Mt. Fuji with Fujihiko.
  389. In summer, insects such as Japanese dynastid beetles or stag beetles can be seen.
  390. In summer, signs with red characters "赤福 (akafuku)" and blue character "氷 (kori = ice)," different from koribata, are displayed.
  391. In summer, the intense heat of the sun cooks the fish spoiling its flavor.
  392. In summer, when Kaoru visits Uji, he catches a glimpse of the princesses in the mourning clothes, and is attracted by the beauty of Oigimi more than ever.
  393. In sumo stables, chankoban (person in charge of preparing sumo wrestler's meals) serves as "chankocho (most experienced chanko cook in the sumo stable)" to cook the chanko, and it is cooked mainly by sumo wrestlers themselves at the rank of "makushita" or below.
  394. In supermarkets and discount stores in the suburbs, canned coffee is sold in cases of twenty-four to thirty-cans.
  395. In supporting players as well there were many versatile actors such as Ichizo ICHIKAWA IV (yondaime), Hakotora ICHIKAWA I (shodai), Kichisaburo ARASHI VII (nanadaime), Enjo ICHIKAWA I (shodai), Okuzan ASAO IV and Kasen NAKAMURA II.
  396. In suppressing these insurgencies, kokushi, military, the rich and powerful class (Tato fumyo [powerful cultivator who managed farm operations and collected tax] class) provided outstanding service which, however, was not sufficiently rewarded.
  397. In surprise, prince Kagosaka climbed on a nearby big tree, but the wild boar dug out the root of the tree and finally killed him.
  398. In surprise, the woman rushed for her child and found him bloodied in the leg from a laceration.
  399. In swift stream, alas! you have run out of strength, homeward sweet fish.
  400. In swords including katana (single-edged sword), ken (or tsurugi, double-edged sword), spears or naginata jutsu (art of Japanese halberd), it constitutes the accouterment of a sword along with the hilt (tsuka) and sword guard (tsuba).
  401. In sympathy with Iwanaga-hime, who was alienated by Ninigi for being ugly, superstition in the Izu region, Shizuoka Prefecture has it that praising the beauty of Mt. Fuji, a manifestation of Konohanano sakuya bime, may result in an injury or a poor catch of fish.
  402. In tactics, a choice to surrender was given before starting a siege and just before fall of the castle and negotiations were carried out for a bloodless surrender which enabled them to minimize the damage to their own troops.
  403. In taking such measures, among the Tato fumyo with the samurai status in a province, those in the same gun (county) competed with each other.
  404. In tandem Hideyori's valets, Nobukatsu ODA and Sadamasa ISHIKAWA also left the castle.
  405. In tandem with the establishment of the Kansai-kan, the required number of deposits for domestic publications increased to two copies, one of which is housed in the Kansai-kan.
  406. In tanka, techniques available in poetry are used selectively to obtain desired effects.
  407. In tayu-mei (stage name), tayu was represented with kanji (Chinese characters) meaning a 'stout man' before 1953, but since then it has been represented with kanji meaning a 'big man.'
  408. In tegoto of Kyoto-style tegotomono, many have preludes called 'jo' or 'makura' in the beginning, which serve as introductory parts in relation to maeuta (the former song).
  409. In tegoto, the sound form created by small, continuous and alternating up-and-down movements of the bachi is often used.
  410. In telling the negative history of 'Ichinomiya the Textile Town,' this incident represents the absolute nadir, a fact that led the Board of Education for the city of Ichinomiya to publish a supplementary reader for Middle School-level Social Studies entitled "Nobiyuku Ichinomiya" (Ichinomiya: the growing city).
  411. In telling the story of malicious workings of a clever mind with humor and laughter, it brings out an aspect of a clever mind that is destructive and beyond the establishment.
  412. In temples and shrines where many people make a "hatsumode" visit, supersized Saisenbako are set up only during the New Year's period.
  413. In temples in China (Sung), the Taoism deities were enshrined in Dojido (hall of the guardian deity), and it was conveyed to Japan.
  414. In ten merits of "Muryo gikyo" (Sutra of Immeasurable Meanings) which followed this idea, Sokushitsutonjo (to become a Buddha quickly) was preached as follows.
  415. In tenranzumo (sumo wrestling performed in imperial presence) in March, he exhibited dohyoiri (an entrance procession of a sumo wrestler into the ring) with mawashi (a sumo wrestler's belt) which Hirobumi ITO prepared for him (it is said his own mawashi was not in time for the bout).
  416. In terakoya, the Oie style writing method was learnt mostly.
  417. In terms of Imperial Succession, it says in Clause 2 of the Constitution of Japan, 'the Imperial Throne is hereditary and the Throne will be succeeded under the Imperial Family Law decided by the Diet.
  418. In terms of Japanese philosophy and culture, it has been a leading concept that has many slightly different meanings.
  419. In terms of Kinsui's relatives, such as Kinmitsu SAIONJI and Kinnobu SAIONJI who were the sons of Saneharu, and Sanenao SAIONJI who was the son of Kinmitsu, some died young and some resigned the positions in their early career.
  420. In terms of Li and Qi theory, these thinkers of early Qing all supported Qi monism, and rejected 'law,' which was believed to exist innately in Neo-Confucianism and Yomei-gaku, as a logical existence.
  421. In terms of Navy, a military reform plan was formulated, centering on gunkan bugyo (the government's naval magistrate), Kimura Settsu no kami (the governor of Settsu Province) who was a member of gakari for military reforms.
  422. In terms of Otari's work, research has been advanced centering on particularly in the third period.
  423. In terms of Western musical instruments, the shinobue is a transposing instrument, and numeric notation is a form of tablature.
  424. In terms of age, Jukai and Jusaburo were leaders.
  425. In terms of an old woman or a nun, actors of kashagata (old female roles) expertly played those roles in the Edo period.
  426. In terms of architectural design, Rokuon-ji (Kinkaku-ji) Temple, which Yoshimitsu had built in the Kitayama region of Kyoto, was a blend of palatial Heian style and Zen Buddhist style architecture, and as such is an excellent example of Kitayama culture.
  427. In terms of budget, it is one of the top navies in the world; however, it is denied of many offensive roles.
  428. In terms of comparative mythology, Yomotsu Okami is related to the Hainuwele myth of Seram, Indonesia.
  429. In terms of considering how Noh relates to other performing arts Ama is a valuable play, due to the commonalities that can be seen with the Kowaka-mai (story-telling with a simple dance) "Taishokukan" and the shi-sho (context of a poem or a book with musical components) at the end which is seen in historical stories.
  430. In terms of consumption, the consumption of conger pike in Kanto is about one tenth of the amount in the Kansai region.
  431. In terms of content, Mochihito compares his own situation to that of Emperor Tenmu during the Jinshin war, and demands that the Taira clan be struck down for usurping the imperial throne and proclaims that he be raised to the imperial throne instead.
  432. In terms of content, it is an extension of "Okagami" and treats the third oldest age.
  433. In terms of cooking, it is used as an ingredient for sashimi, sushi, vinegared octopus, boiled octopus, and oden (a Japanese dish containing all kinds of ingredients cooked in a special broth of soy sauce, sugar, sake, etc.).
  434. In terms of culinary culture, the Muromachi period saw the emergence of many of the most important and iconic staples of Japanese cuisine, including miso paste, soy sauce, and tofu.
  435. In terms of design, some find it yabo if it is too easy to understand.
  436. In terms of editing the above, according to the record written in "Meigetsu-ki" and others, Go-Toba-in was deeply involved in choosing poems or constructing the layout of the poems, so it would not be an exaggeration to state that he was one of the actual editors.
  437. In terms of environmental preservation, kannabi is also notable as a place that preserves unspoiled nature.
  438. In terms of female self-independence, she argued that a woman should be self-disciplined and self-cultivated to develop her own personality.
  439. In terms of fishery, the use of stone sinkers with slits (the sinkers for nets shaped out of stone) was the characteristic of the region; it is assumed that the technique of using earthenware sinker pieces in the Kanto region was handed down and lead to the use of the stone sinkers with slits.
  440. In terms of fostering literate government officials with knowledge other than Confucianism, Monjo hakase (professor of literature) and Myobo hakase (teacher of the law in the Ritsuryo system) were also placed, and later reached the top posts of Monjo hakase and Myobo hakase of Daigaku-ryo (Bureau of Education under the ritsuryo system).
  441. In terms of function, the former is often regarded as a part of the latter.
  442. In terms of geography, Hokkaido and Sakhalin were connected, Tsugaru Straits was frozen in the winter, and Hokkaido was connected to the present Honshu Island.
  443. In terms of governance, Takakage could not completely subordinate various power groups called Kokujin-shu, which were on equal footing with the Asakura family under the Shugo (provincial military governor), the Shiba clan.
  444. In terms of guarding Garan (Buddhist temples), Chinju (local Shinto deity) can be also considered one of the Garanjin, but 'Garanjin' generally refers to a statue in the shape of a Taoism deity enshrined in a Buddhist sanctum of a temple of the Zen sect or the like.
  445. In terms of his lineage, it appears he should have had a better claim to the throne than the Emperor but he had been made a civilian after his father and grandfather had lost power struggles.
  446. In terms of identifying the calligrapher, the most prominent theory is that he was FUJIWARA no Yukitsune (1012-1050, also known as Yukitsune SESONJI), son of famed calligrapher FUJIWARA no Yukinari (his first name can also be rendered as Kozei), but there is no definitive proof of this.
  447. In terms of international law, words with Confucian words such as "性" and "義" were used in combination with "法" and, therefore, the structure became such that made Chinese easily understand international law bringing it closer to natural law.
  448. In terms of its formal structure, it follows the renga form, beginning with a three-line verse (ku) of five, seven, and five syllables respectively, followed by a succession of two-line verses of seven syllables each, until a length of 36 verses (kasen), 50 verses (goju-in), or 100 verses (hyaku-in) is reached.
  449. In terms of its manufacturing method, gyokuro is classified as a kind of sencha (green tea), but its cultivation process is characteristic.
  450. In terms of language, in addition to Kirishitan-ban that was published, manuscripts were also included in the target of study.
  451. In terms of literary style, both manuscripts are written in an abnormal kanbun (Sino-Japanese) script that shows strong influence from Japanese.
  452. In terms of literature, Japan's earliest history books and poem anthologies, such as "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters), "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), "Manyoshu" (Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves) and fudoki (description of regional climate, culture, etc.), were compiled.
  453. In terms of media, the predecessor "Kyoto Imperial University Press" was first published in 1925.
  454. In terms of military force, the Emperor's side had the advantage.
  455. In terms of nutrition, yosenabe has less damage to the vitamins.
  456. In terms of organization, it was influenced by the Buddhism organization, which developed at about the same time, and was complemented by rituals and doctrines of Sui, Tang and Godai-kukkoku periods (the period of ten dynasties in five generations).
  457. In terms of painting, the Higashiyama period saw the emergence of Sesshu, who surpassed monk-painters like Mincho, Josetsu, and Shubun and perfected the art of ink painting.
  458. In terms of parts of meat, two kinds of yakitori are served: shoniku and motsu, which consists of kinkan, reba, hatsu, or sunagimo on a skewer, unlike other areas where they are separated.
  459. In terms of performance style, the Katayama family, the Hashioka family and other occupational family branches are close to soke.
  460. In terms of politics, he was an excellent politician who achieved a breakthrough for the aristocracy that was gradually being left behind by changes of the times, by developing a financial infrastructure as seen in the Japan-Sung trade and promoting public projects such as construction of Kyoga-shima Island.
  461. In terms of production ratio among dried noodles, hiyamugi noodles maintained its ranking next to somen and udon noodles.
  462. In terms of religion, various Buddhism sects were introduced from China, and the nobles worshipped them.
  463. In terms of rules, Kyudo doesn't allow the arrow to be returned to its original position in a match, and the arrow that is dropped before shooting is disqualified as 'shitsu' (an error).
  464. In terms of scale of building, size of the site and the number of houses, compared with the general concept of 'mansion' above mentioned, an 'apart,' in general, is a low-rise and small-scale building with 2 or 3 stories and is seldom equipped with an elevator.
  465. In terms of shape, hexagonal and rectangular kasa constitute the mainstream; moreover, there exists kasa of other shapes, such as a round-shaped one used for the yukimi type (a type of toro with a large cap and tripod planted in a garden for ornamental purposes).
  466. In terms of tax collection as well, taxes could not be collected from Shoen after they obtained the right of Shugoshi funyu (a right to reject the entrance of a Shugo) and they had no way to collect money without embezzling illegally.
  467. In terms of the above characteristics, except for the second floor zashiki, the structural style of Imanishi-ke Jutaku has a commonality with that for the other existing old private residences in Imai-cho but only the former has maintained its original shape while the other houses have been altered as needed.
  468. In terms of the age and sex of main target readers, comics are classified as follows.
  469. In terms of the airport limousine bus service, only the Kawanishi Route of Osaka Airport Transport Co., Ltd. is available to use the Surutto Kansai system (PiTaPa is being used for the bus route arriving and departing from Osaka Airport, only being run by Osaka Airport Transport Co., Ltd.).
  470. In terms of the ceremony for Imperial succession, there are no Lawful regulations, after the abolishment of the Regulations Governing the Accession to the Throne. (No.1 of Imperial Family Regulation in Meiji 42)
  471. In terms of the characteristics of this house, there is an existing munafuda identifying the year in which that building was originally built and that it has a structural style which reminds someone of a castle rather than a private house.
  472. In terms of the concept of escaping from plague by chanting mantra to aragami which causes such plague, it has a similar nature with 'Somin shorai' in Japan.
  473. In terms of the design, the Aizu-aoi is nearly the same as the Mitsuba-aoi of the Tokugawa family, but its three leaves are not the futaba-aoi leaves (mallow leaves) used in the original.
  474. In terms of the economic power, they had surpassing power over other daimyo by taking Sakai under their control.
  475. In terms of the eras, those who are said to have been bushi appeared during the formative period of the Kokufu Bunka (Japan's original national culture) in the middle of the Heian period of the tenth century.
  476. In terms of the genre, they were treated as separate musical forms, even if the performer was the same.
  477. In terms of the location of Amenosakahoko, "Yamato Katsuragi Hozan-ki" states that 'Amanomagaeshi no hoko' is placed in the Sanctuary Takimatsuri-no-kami in Naiku (the Inner Shrine) of Ise Jingu (the Grand Shrines of Ise)
  478. In terms of the number of accredited important art objects as of 1950, every record agrees that there were 299 accredited buildings, but the number of art and craft objects does vary from record to record as follows.
  479. In terms of the number of legs, the tripod type constitutes the mainstream toro of the yukimi type.
  480. In terms of the official notation, it is improper to inscribe in inverse order such as 'Shigeko Ohi' (Empress) following other countries notation of king and queens.
  481. In terms of the present prefectures, Nakasen-do Road goes through Tokyo, Saitama, Gunma, Nagano, Gifu and Shiga.
  482. In terms of the quality as sake, it lacks the authenticity and body.
  483. In terms of the shape of the kasa, there are two types: 'maru-yukimi,' which has a round-shaped kasa, and 'rokkaku-yukimi,' which has a hexagonal-shaped kasa.
  484. In terms of the social background for producing specialists in mathematics, there were several contributing factors: the active money economy; the production of territorial maps of provinces; and demand for land surveying for the purpose of new field development and so on.
  485. In terms of the styles for decorating a yamakasa with dolls, a yamakasa may be called 'XX-kei Yamagata' (XX Group Yamagata) where 'XX' refers to the name of a place which is believed to be the origin of a type of yamakasa with particular features.
  486. In terms of the technique of calligraphy, while Kukai's lines varied in size and ink volume as well as the speed of brush movement, making the lines all different, Saicho's was beautifully well-organized with the same type of lines and detailed attention throughout.
  487. In terms of the thinness of the noodle, there are finest products called Shirahige and Hakuryu by Miwa-Somen Yamamoto CO., Ltd. or Soryu no Ito by IKERI CO., LTD. to seek the ultimate thinness.
  488. In terms of the traditional style of shinobue playing, the most characteristic feature when compared with transverse flutes from other countries is that tonguing is not used.
  489. In terms of the value of the 10-yen coins from a collectors point of view, such treatment of these coins should be avoided at all costs.
  490. In terms of thoughts also, freedom, liberation and saltation spread and popular culture blossomed mainly in the city areas.
  491. In terms of titles, both groups took the name of a main character such as Genji (Hikaru Genji) or Murasaki no Ue, and it is hard to say they're the inherent titles of the work.
  492. In terms of tools, Kyudo and archery are essentially the same, but while in archery many supplementary tools (stabilizer, sight (sighting device), clicker, etc.) are attached to the bow (depending on the athletic event), the Japanese bow is basically a bow and string.
  493. In terms of tradition of the school, the school associates Nobutomo MIYAMASU, the first and Mino Gonnokami Yoshihisa, the second, and treats Chikakata as the third, Toyoji as the fourth.
  494. In terms of transfer of rights to local governments, this military reform was the same as the reform, which was starting around that time, to shift the country to a dynasty-based nation.
  495. In terms of treatment, however, the Hirata family was treated as a family that was inferior to Kyokumu Oshikoji family and Kanmu Mibu family which were called 'Ryokyoku.'
  496. In terms of trials, Yorioya yoriko system was the core system.
  497. In terms of vegetation, the laurel forests were limited along the coasts of Kyushu and Shikoku as well as the coast of the Pacific from the Kanto region and to the west in the first half of the earlier Jomon period; the deciduous forests were predominant in other regions.
  498. In terms of vegetation, west of Sekigahara came to be covered mostly by laurel forests.
  499. In terms of weapon, there exists an anchor-shaped weapon similar to kaginawa.
  500. In terms of yin-yang, ending a word with 'e' means yang (positive) and ending with 'to' means yin (negative).
  501. In that Okibumi, there was a description of Tomomasa HIRAGA, who was Kyoto-shugo (military governor of Kyoto), and his group were shown the Emaki which was secretly held in the hozo (treasure house) of Rengeo-in Temple in the early Kamakura period.
  502. In that case the Ministry of Foreign Affairs shall be ranked over the six other Ministries.
  503. In that case, Udaijin (minister of the right) acted as a substitute.
  504. In that case, another title besides the formal kabuki title of "Sugawara Denju Tenarai Kagami" was used.
  505. In that case, as Sanni did not hold the posts of Shitokan or Honkan even when they were at Fifth Rank or above, they were sometimes treated accordingly as Kanjin.
  506. In that case, conceptions of protection for the weak or equality were not included, and also the role of heaven was completely changed.
  507. In that case, customers can pick them up from both directions.
  508. In that case, it is thought that dotaku were broken in some villages, which can be the reason for excavations of broken dotaku.
  509. In that case, it was a vague name generally referring to 'the people coming from the land including Ryukyu and Taiwan separated by the eastern sea of China.'
  510. In that case, it was more useful when the contrast was high, so most engraved prints in China became almost jet black.
  511. In that case, only ash should be used because wet pebbles may cause the copper to rust.
  512. In that case, shrines of prefectures are inclusive corporation of 'Jinja-honcho' directly, not of Jinja-cho.
  513. In that case, such shrines are referred to as Ronja.
  514. In that case, the Gonin-gumi organized by the feudal lord and another Gonin-gumi ('Go-gonin gumi' [the Gonin-gumi of the dwelling]) made by the village based on their settlements existed at the same time.
  515. In that case, the appropriate scale of gundan seemed to be organized in units of 200 soldiers as 800, 600 and 400 soldiers.
  516. In that case, the dancer put a maetengan (a charm of the front of cap) with a cherry kazashi (snapped branch of cherry flower or tree put in the hair or the cap) instead of bugaku mask, and wears similar stage makeup as Kabuki Buyo (Dance of Kabuki [traditional drama performed by male actors]).
  517. In that case, the host has never prepared any bubu zuke for you.
  518. In that case, the killer was not punished at all.
  519. In that case, this branch family was officially a direct vassal of the Tokugawa Shogun family and not a retainer of the head family, but the head family tended to disdain its branch family.
  520. In that case, you can write the amount in the space.
  521. In that ceremony, the Emperor gave his vassals sake in which chrysanthemum blooms were steeped and showed his consideration for the vassals' health.
  522. In that circumstance, the domain was incapable of openly intervening to neither Kanman-ji Temple or Kakurin.
  523. In that circumstances, the government army took up the battle formation along the geographical shape.
  524. In that configuration, the second, third and fifth train cars are for non-reserved seats.
  525. In that connection, in the preface of "Japanese Girls and Women," she had written this sentence ?to my lifelong friend, Sutematsu Oyama' and she had been exchanging letters with Sutematsu until just before she died.
  526. In that context, it can be said that Ninsei was the first potter who had a sense of being a 'creator' or 'artist' according to the modern meaning.
  527. In that context, the tribute to the Chinese court was conducted by the retired emperor under the name of the 'king,' and it is said that the reigns of Vietnamese monarchs according to the Chinese historiography and Vietnamese historiography are one generation out of synchronization.
  528. In that context, too, "Chidori no Kyoku" may have especially served as the turning point in the history of koto music.
  529. In that context, we can generally say that most of koto music pieces composed since Meiji period to the emergence of Michio MIYAGI are on the line of "Chidori no Kyoku."
  530. In that description, Yunonagashi appears twice and Tomoku appears once.
  531. In that division, specialists who were given a position called sakabe, whose status was equivalent to the status of a present-day government official, were in charge of sake brewing.
  532. In that drama, Kira was blamed for failed negotiations with the Imperial court by Yoshiyasu YANAGISAWA after he had returned to Edo, and shifted the blame onto Takuminokami ASANO.
  533. In that event, Shijukunichi itself becomes meaningless.
  534. In that event, Tsunayoshi would be able to save the lives of the Roshi under the pretext of the Imperial family's request, without damaging his authority as shogun.
  535. In that fashion, however, more goods can be carried by using the pole than by holding things in arms or carrying on the back, because the center of the gravity falls on the position (a shoulder) which is almost vertical to feet with a backbone as an axis.
  536. In that method, hard- and well-tempered mica powder fills the patterns of this model paper using a bamboo spatula.
  537. In that night, Hideyoshi himself visited Ieyasu secretly to asked Ieyasu to become his vassal.
  538. In that night, Nobuhide set fire to the castle with his own forces which he abruptly brought inside the castle, and captured the castle by attacking it from the inside.
  539. In that occasion he made the following suggestion to Hidetada who had hard fight against the father and son of Sanada.
  540. In that occasion, Tomomasa had a discussion with a gokenin of Musashi Province, Shigeyasu HATAKEYAMA, who was staying in Kyoto to receive the Midaidokoro.
  541. In that park, some exhibits such as foundations of the buildings constructed based on the remains of the early and late Naniwa no Miya Palace have been installed.
  542. In that part, he was referred to by honorific titles as 'Takechi no Miko no Mikoto' and 'Nochi no Miko no Mikoto' as if he had been the Emperor.
  543. In that period, because the prefectural system was issued and 'the right of petition' was introduced through the establishment of the Imperial Diet, the movement to create a new prefecture was growing.
  544. In that period, it was rumored that Junii (Junior Second Rank) TAKASHINA no Naritada, a maternal relative of Michitaka's family, was cursing Michinaga.
  545. In that period, the important task was to improve and administer the Taiho Ritsuryo (Taiho Code) issued in 701, so that the Empress gave an important position to FUJIWARA no Fuhito who was competent in practical business.
  546. In that period, the second older brother Tadasuke was the lord of Numazu-jo Castle in Suruga Province and had the territory of 20000 koku.
  547. In that period, there was an idea that the right of ownership of movable or immovable property should belong to the original owner of that property even if the property had been sold.
  548. In that picture, the street vendor's paper-shade lamp says O-kabayaki, The Specialty.
  549. In that place he complained, saying 'I do not want to stay here.'
  550. In that place where 'some local people had a love of learning and embraced an elegant and sophisticated atmosphere', people in the upper class in Inadani welcomed Seigetsu as a haiku instructor.
  551. In that place, there was a man-eating monster serpent.
  552. In that place, they hear the news that a new barrier has been established there and that yamabushi are investigated, and they talk over how to pass it.
  553. In that process, shoryo and shoen which belonged to each clan and each house, as well as facilities such as jibutsudo (Buddhist sanctuaries) had assumed functions to control the clan; at that time, the main family such as Uji no Choja (chieftain) or kacho (family head) began to manage them.
  554. In that regard, Naosuke was an essential political figure in the last days of the Tokugawa Shogunate.
  555. In that reputation he was regarded as a cheerful warlord who was very charming and won by policies rather than force, so he was often called 'Taiko san'.
  556. In that respect, only an uprising in Niigata should be called 'Teisuke turmoil', but considering the characteristics of these two incidents, they will be described in this article together.
  557. In that respect, the "Torei Shui" (Collected Laws in the Tang Dynasty) by Noboru NIIDA cannot be ignored, although the Japanese ritsuryo itself is not discussed.
  558. In that same rebellion, Kiyomasa sent a messenger to the rebels holding Shiki-jo Castle for a peace talk.
  559. In that same year, SUGAWARA no Michizane was appointed councillor.
  560. In that scene, Bunzo deliberately takes time to open Aishu's heart, so what I should have done is to just follow his intentions.
  561. In that scene, Seitaro took a critical view toward the way how Ushimatsu begged for his students' forgiveness, putting on his knees on the classroom podium when he reveal his background.
  562. In that sense it has the same meaning as Buddhist scriptures.
  563. In that sense the Nichiren Shoshu Sect is against other religions.
  564. In that sense, 'Maizuru' also faces severe competition.
  565. In that sense, Bunrin was a pioneer of the times.
  566. In that sense, Chinju no Mori are important for Japanese silviculture, where they are known as Jinjarin (shrine forest) or Shajirin (temple forest) and are often surveyed.
  567. In that sense, Nihon-ga is defined as those created after the Meiji period, which means that Taikan YOKOYAMA of Meiji was classified as a painter of Nihon-ga but the Edo period painter Eitoku KANO was not.
  568. In that sense, Tairo was rather a honorary post for Fudai daimyo (a daimyo who had belonged to the Tokugawa group before the battle of Sekigahara), but some at the post, such as Tadakiyo SAKAI and Naosuke II, concentrated power into their hands.
  569. In that sense, all things in nature can be yorishiro, and it is said they originated in the worship of iwakura (large rocks where kami dwell) and himorogi (a temporarily erected sacred space or "altar" used as the locus of worship).
  570. In that sense, among all the medieval collections of setsuwa tales this one stands out as unique.
  571. In that sense, funeral ceremonies are religious acts which had been observed since Paleolithic Period before religions were created in civilization.
  572. In that sense, it can also be said that such sakaya were places that provided the services of supermarkets, convenience stores, and of delivery shops.
  573. In that sense, it can be a shrine of rather high status.
  574. In that sense, it can be also said that teiseihakushu has been developed to seek the good old taste which sake originally had.
  575. In that sense, it can be said that the cold noodles in the foregoing are very much like Hiyashi chuka (cold noodles served with toppings such as eggs, roast pork, bean sprouts, tomatoes, and cucumbers).
  576. In that sense, it is not only a false expression but also an incorrect one to think the Pali Buddhist sutra keep the original forms.
  577. In that sense, it is roughly equivalent to the Sabbath in Christianity or Judaism.
  578. In that sense, it is thought that the government had power over the whole country.
  579. In that sense, manyo-gana was the first writing system for Japanese even though it used Chinese characters.
  580. In that sense, strictly speaking, they were not the palaces established in Asuka.
  581. In that sense, the Sagi school exerted not a little influence on the Kabuki circles.
  582. In that sense, the birth of 'wabicha' (a tea ceremony style that appreciates the beauty of simplicity, austerity and poverty) is a good example of denying the values of praising 'meibutsu'.
  583. In that sense, the editing of the "Manyoshu" collection of poems was finally completed in 806 when Yakamochi was pardoned by a decree of amnesty.
  584. In that sense, the word 'jodo' (pure land) is a common noun rather than a proper noun.
  585. In that situation, Itagaki, as well as Nakae, based their philosophy on the Restoration of Imperial Rule, and the theory of natural human rights advocated by them were actually based on the Emperor system.
  586. In that situation, they were discriminated from by being called their residence's name (sometimes it became their posthumous title after their death) or Ichiin (or Honin), Chuin (when there were more than three) or Shinin in their reign order.
  587. In that society, people of nearly every level, from the commoners to the feudal lords in the daimyo (territorial lord) class signed contracts of ikki with others whom they considered to be of the same level.
  588. In that style, while a Bunjin governed a nation and provide relief to people in public life, he sought the truth and indulged himself in literature or arts in his private life.
  589. In that table of the latter half in the year of 1878, sick leave for sixty-three days and punishment for one prohibition for two days were recorded in Kumeo's column.
  590. In that time of civil disorder and highly-active Sonno Joi-ha (supporters of the doctrine to restore the emperor and expel foreigners), Naosuke tried to restore public order through the power of the state.
  591. In that time, he was additionally provided with 1000 koku.
  592. In that way, he successfully won the hearts and minds of people of the domain.
  593. In that way, train series 103 completed the last stage on the Keihanshin Local Line.
  594. In that year he also established miyake (territory under imperial control) for the first time in Kume (Kume-cho, Kashihara City).
  595. In that year it was newly decided that Tobetsu needed a kocho (head official of the settlement), and Ken AZUMA, the former Karo, took the job.
  596. In that year, Gon Dainagon (a provisional chief councilor of state) ISONOKAMI no Yakatsugu (who was a cousin of Ienari) died and Ienari practically became the head of the Isonokami clan, but he never joined the Giseikan (legislature) because he started his career with a local government officer.
  597. In that year, although Tadato dealt with a lawsuit between merchants in Fushimi, Kyoto, his dealings were considered insufficient and he was prohibited from attending the Imperial Court.
  598. In that year, he also founded Tosa Yoshino-gawa Suiryoku Denki (Tosa Yoshino-gawa River Hydroelectric Power Plant, the predecessor of Sumitomo Joint Electric Power) for the development of the power supply in Besshi copper mine, and acquired the water right of Mimi-kawa River for the afforestation project in Shiiba, Miyazaki Prefecture.
  599. In that year, he became Sangi (councillor).
  600. In that year, he held a kanjo ceremony for the retired Emperor Heizei.
  601. In that year, he joined a newspaper company Jiji Shinpo-sha; however, he opposed the policy of kanmin chowa (the harmony between the government and people) in the Ad Hoc Commission on Administrative Reform, he retired his job the following year.
  602. In that year, he was appointed to Jugoinoge Awaji no kami (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade of the governor of Awaji Province) and three years later, he became the governor of Oki Province and was promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank., Lower Grade).
  603. In that year, he was promoted to Shosozu (junior secondary prelate), and then in 1240 Daisozu (the upper Buddhist priests in the second highest position) and, in 1243, he was promoted to Hoin (the highest rank among Buddhist priests) with his merit of incantation for the birth of the Imperial Prince Hisahito (later Emperor Gofukakusa).
  604. In that year, the Songo incident (respectful title incident) involving Imperial Prince Sukehito occurred between the Imperial Court and the Shogunate and Nobumichi was appointed as a representative of the Imperial Court and he left the capital to go to Edo with Naruchika NAKAYAMA, Kinaki OGIMACHI, and others.
  605. In that year, the Taira clan was being driven into a corner due to devastating defeat in the Battle of Fujigawa against the Minamoto clan, in addition to turbulence in the Kinai region.
  606. In that, Yasunobu claimed that there were two different types of great paintings; one was 'shitsuga' (painting of quality), which was made possible by the talent of a genius, and the other was 'gakuga' (painting of learning), which resulted from learning of classics.
  607. In that, he played the female part of Yodo-dono which caused a great sensation and became his successful role afterwards.
  608. In the "Azuma Kagami" (The Mirror of the East) which was edited by Kamakura Bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), this battle is described as follows.
  609. In the "Azuma Kagami" (The Mirror of the East), he was described as Guriku Kenjo (guard attached to a central government official assigned to the region) Kunihira.
  610. In the "Azuma Kagami" however, it is described that Yoshinari's land was confiscated and he was exiled because of an implication made by Yoriie.
  611. In the "Azuma Kagami," he made no appearance in articles after the article of presenting a cow (to the shogun) from Oshu (Mutsu Province) in 1191.
  612. In the "Azuma kagami" the time is given as the hour of the Horse, or about noon), most of the Taira clan had died or been captured, and the battle ended in a victory for the Minamoto clan.
  613. In the "Boeki biko" (remarks on trade) published in the beginning of the Meiji period, Kiryu in Omi Province and Ou in Izumo Province are listed.
  614. In the "Buke myomoku-sho" (Compilation of Historical Data of the Warrior Class), it is written (under the entries for the titles of offices of the first volume): "Monchujo is a government body different from Mandokoro (Administrative Board) but makes political decisions together and functions as a court of justice."
  615. In the "Chronicles of Japan" (in the Record of Emperor Tenchi), there is an episode about Dogyo, a monk from Silla, trying to steal the Ama no Murakumo no Tsurugi Sword, a sacred sword (one of the Three Sacred Treasures of Japan) of Atsuta-jingu Shrine, from the shrine and bring it back to Silla.
  616. In the "Daigenkai" (literally, great sea of word, a Japanese dictionary) published during the Meiji period, there is a description of 'a paper made from the bark of kozo (a mulberry paper) and ganpi (a clove-like bush) as materials. Today, mitsumata (a paper bush) is used.'
  617. In the "Daigo zatsuji ki" (The Record of the Finest Miscellaneous Matters of Life), however, Noritsune's name is listed among those who perished at Dannoura.
  618. In the "Daitokuten jinho," believed to be a fake sutra created in Tang-period China, he is characterized as god of both wealth and the kitchen, and is depicted wearing eboshi (the formal cap for court nobles) and hakama with his right fist at his side and his left hand clutching a large bag he is slinging over his left shoulder.
  619. In the "Dankyu Sangaku Zu" (the Dankyu bow with the ink paintings of ancient Chinese performing art of Sangaku) owned by Shoso-in Treasure Repository, the scene that Tsuzumi is beaten by bachi Beaters or hands is depicted.
  620. In the "Don Rodorigo's Record of Japan", he described the Japanese as follows:
  621. In the "Edo-soganoko" (A complete book for noted places in Edo) published in 1689, there are 13 names of kami-shi.
  622. In the "Eiga Monogatari" (A Tale of Flowering Fortunes), there are depictions how nyobo (court ladies) of the time tried various measures to look fashionable.
  623. In the "Fusoryakuki" (A Brief History of Japan), there is an account stating that Oku no Himemiko was appointed as Saigu for the first time during the period of Emperor Tenmu.
  624. In the "Genji Monogatari Emaki" (Illustrated handscrolls of the Tale of Genji), that 'yarido' was drawn.
  625. In the "Genji Monogatari" (The Tale of Genji), a daughter of Rokujo no Miyasudokoro and former Togu (the Crown Prince) (who later became Empress Akikonomu) was selected as Saigu in the book of 'Aoi (of Genji Monogatari).'
  626. In the "Gikeiki Chronicles" the sword was made by Munechika SANJO and dedicated at Kuramadera Temple but, Rennin TOKOBO, the head of the Kuramadera Temple kept and treasured the sword as his own.
  627. In the "Gikeiki Chronicles", "Ima no Tsurugi" sword, a Japanese short sword of 19.7 cm in lengh, was used by MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune in killing himself.
  628. In the "Go-gun Jinja ki" (a record of shrines in five counties), the shrine is referred to as 'Orokusho-jinja Shrine' and it is stated that it consists of a main sanctuary enshrining two deities and the following four shrines enshrining the following four members of the Miko-no-kami.
  629. In the "Gogun Jinja-ki" (Record of Shrines in Five Counties), the god is referred to with the name 'Amatsukume-Okunome no mikoto'.
  630. In the "Gokeshidai" (the Ritual Protocol of the Oe House), there is a description that 'according to recent customs, Kita no mishoji (also called Kenjo no shoji) is removed except on the days of public matters.'
  631. In the "Goshui Wakashu" (Later gleanings of Japanese poems) (poem No. 474) there is a piece of waka by Sagami (poet), which was dedicated to Yorikiyo when he was reassigned from the Governor of Mutsu Province to the Governor of Higo Province.
  632. In the "Gotobain Gokuden" (oral instruction), it said 'The Saiin created poems as if it was very easy for her," the style of her poems were very original, they are fascinating yet had Shunzei's calm and simple style.
  633. In the "Gukansho" (Jottings of a Fool), it is described as follows.
  634. In the "Gunkan" and the "Takeda Sandai Gunki", he was referred to as the 'vice-shogun of TAKEDA'.
  635. In the "Harimanokuni Fudoki"(Records of the Customs and Land of Harima), he was a son of Okuninushi no Mikoto.
  636. In the "Heiji Monogatari" (Tale of the Heiji), it is known as the place where MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune personally performed the ceremony celebrating his attainment of manhood.
  637. In the "Heike Monogatari," Shigehira was described as being in Kamakura while Senju no mae played Biwa and sang Roei recitation to comfort him during his imprisonment; she later fell in love with this nobleman.
  638. In the "Heike Monogatari," it is reported that Tokitada received senji to appoint him to Kebiishi no betto three times and exercised his ability for maintenance of public security in Kyoto, and he gained the nickname 'aku betto' (strict kebiishi betto).
  639. In the "Heike Monogatari," it is said that the purpose of the marriage of Tokitada's daughter with Yoshitsune was to steal a secret document, but the reason why Yoshitsune agreed is not clear.
  640. In the "Heike monogatari," Yoshimori WADA mounted his horse and rode out from the beach into the open sea, firing arrows long-range at a distance of more than 200 or even 300 meters.
  641. In the "Hinotori (Phoenix)"(manga) series made by Osamu TEZUKA, characters named 'Saruta,' of 'Sarutahiko' often appear.
  642. In the "Hundred Delicacies of Tofu" published in 1782, 100 kinds of tofu dishes were introduced, and tofu was familiar in various kinds of literature.
  643. In the "Hundred Delicacies of Tofu" written in the Edo period, 100 kinds of tofu dishes were introduced, thus justifying the title.
  644. In the "Hyakurensho" and "Gukansho" are statements that support the theory that Narichika conspired to subdue the Taira clan.
  645. In the "Immeasurable Life Buddhist Sutra and Teachings," Bodhisattva Dharmakara (the name of Amitabha during his ascetic period) observed that all people appeared to be visited by adversity and distress and, took a vow that he would try to have all become like Buddha to make people happy.
  646. In the "Imperial instruction (preamble) of the Constitution of the Empire of Japan", there is the following sentence:
  647. In the "Imperial instruction [preamble] of the Constitution of the Empire of Japan," there is the following sentence.
  648. In the "Iso Rokujo" (Six Booklets of Exotic Elements, 1757) written by 无々道人 (the nom-de-plume of Toko SAWADA, a scholar of the Chinese classics), three scholars, one in Buddhism, one in the study of waka poetry and one in Confucianism, have hilarious and frivolous discussions about sex, love affairs, and the pleasure quarters.
  649. In the "Jinno Shotoki" (A Chronicle of Gods and Sovereigns), the Emperor Uda (after abdication of the throne, became a priest and founded the Ninna-ji Temple) who lived in the Heian period was called 'hoshu of the two lineages' (secular affairs and Buddhism).
  650. In the "Jogu Shotoku Hoo Teisetsu" and the "Shotoku Taishi Denryaku," the number of men was eight, which was allegedly the origin of another of his names 'Umayado no Toyotoyatsumimi no Miko' (yatsumimi = eight ears.)
  651. In the "Jokyuki," Masako is described as 'an example of a happy woman.'
  652. In the "Jozankidan" it is recorded that Ujisato, on being granted land with a yield of 920,000 koku in Mutsu, said 'even with a large estate, in a rural backwater like Ou there is no way to achieve my ambitions.'
  653. In the "KANO EITOKU Special Exhibition" (Kyoto National Museum, 2007), the following paintings are treated as works of Eitoku.
  654. In the "Kagaku-shu" (a Japanese dictionary made in the Muromachi period) written in 1444, the origin of the name of torinoko (literary, a child of a hen) was described as 'The color of paper looks like that of an egg of a hen, so it was called torinoko.'
  655. In the "Kagakushu" of the Muromachi period, it was written that, 'Furyu means popular things in Japan.'
  656. In the "Kaifuso" (Fond Recollections of Poetry), it was said that he informed the rebellion plan of Prince Otsu who was a close friend of his to the Imperial court.
  657. In the "Kana Shobogenzo" important question-answer dialogues, in particular those used in koan, were selected from goroku (descriptions of what priests said during their lives) in order to express Dogen's Zen philosophy, this philosophy being explained by annotating each of the dialogues.
  658. In the "Kanaya Screen," which had been divided into several pieces by now, the subjects of painting and techniques from Chinese and Japanese classics were beautifully fused, and viewers can see the fruits of his style.
  659. In the "Kegon-kyo" (Avatamsaka Sutra), the Shibosatsu consists of Hoe, Kudokurin, Kongodo and Kongozo.
  660. In the "Kinriyo-gakuninshu" published in 1603 when the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) was established, the names of 24 gakunin for sanpo.in total were listed.
  661. In the "Kogoshui," he is described as the ancestor of the Inbe Clans in Tsukushi Province and Ise Province, and it also mentions some relationship to Futodama (another ancestral deity of the Inbe Clan).
  662. In the "Kojiki" (Record of Ancient Matters), his name is written in different characters, and is used to mean the latter, that is, 'a large number of courageous men.'
  663. In the "Kojiki" (Records of Ancient Matters) and the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), traditions concerning hunting in Yoshino by Emperor Ojin and Emperor Yuryaku.
  664. In the "Kojiki" (The Record of Ancient Matters), it is Yamatotomomosobime no Mikoto.
  665. In the "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters), Yamata no Orochi was written in this way: "八俣遠呂智".
  666. In the "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters), her name is written "市寸島比売命" and in the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) it is "市杵嶋姫命."
  667. In the "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters), his name is described as Uhenomiya no Umayato no Toyotomimi no Mikoto.
  668. In the "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters), his name was written as 稲氷命 or 彦稲氷命 (both of them pronounced as 'Inahi no mikoto,' as well).
  669. In the "Kojiki" (completed in 711), to record the pronunciation of Japanese language using Chinese characters, Chinese characters were read in the original Chinese pronunciations (On) or in the pronunciations of the corresponding Japanese words (Kun).
  670. In the "Kojiki" he is known as Tachibana no toyohi no mikoto.
  671. In the "Kojiki" the other name of Homudawake no mikoto (Emperor Ojin) is described as Otomowake no mikoto originating from the fact that the muscle of his arm had been like tomo (a tool for Yumiya).
  672. In the "Kojiki", Takemikazuchi no kami plays the main role in pacifying Ashihara no Nakatsukuni, suggesting that Takemikazuchi and Futsunushi are the same deity.
  673. In the "Kojiki," Sukunabikona is the child of Kamimusubi no Kami.
  674. In the "Kojiki," before Oto Tachibana Hime drowned herself in the sea, she composed the following poem:
  675. In the "Kojiki," it is recorded that 'the age of Tarashinakatsuhiko no Sumeramikoto was fifty-two.
  676. In the "Kojiki," there is a description that "he had no children."
  677. In the "Kojiki," there is a story of a wani giving birth in a birthing room on land.
  678. In the "Konjaku Hyakki Shui," it is portrayed as a beggar bonze who is engulfed by flames and smoke.
  679. In the "Koyo Gunkan" (record of the military exploits of the Takeda family), which was not clearly authenticated (Quite a few parts were modified by the Tokugawa Shogunate, given that it was not written by Shinegn himself and was completed in the early Edo period) the following was written:
  680. In the "Kugyobunin" (a directory of court nobles) and the "Sonpi Bunmyaku" (records of the lineages of the aristocracy), Nakamaro (仲麻呂) is also referred to as "仲麿" (Nakamaro) or "仲丸" (Nakamaro).
  681. In the "Lecture on Chronicles of Japan in the Gangyo Era "by Emperor Yozei, which is collected in "Shaku Nihongi" (annotated text of the Nihon Shoki), KOREYOSHI no Takahisa proposed that Soshimori was So(no)hori, or the present day Seoul.
  682. In the "Manyoshu" (Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves), there exists a Japanese poem composed by OTOMO no Yakamochi about the Milky Way, and he wrote about the Milky Way in the Chinese characters "天漢," which reads "Amanogawa" in Japanese.
  683. In the "Manyoshu", it was given the Japanese reading 'Miyabi' and held the additional meaning of 'a curious mind'; in the Heian period, it meant historical events which were quoted in Utaawase (events where poems were written and read by two competing groups) or other events, objects or clothes from literature.
  684. In the "Manyoshu," Kii province is listed as an awabi production area along with other provinces called Miketsukuni (lands of royal provisions).
  685. In the "Manyoshu," a poem shown below is contained as composed by Kamitsumiya no Shotoku no Miko.
  686. In the "Manyoshu," there is a Banka (Elegy) by KAKINOMOTO no Hitomaro.
  687. In the "Masu-shikishi," the lines go from right to left and then the last line is written to the right of the first line.
  688. In the "Meigetsuki" (The Chronicle of the Bright Moon), she was described as `the woman with power.'
  689. In the "Murasaki Shikibu Nikki" (Murasaki Shikibu Diary), "Wakamurasaki" refers to Murasaki Shikibu.
  690. In the "Mutsuwaki" (Record of Mutsu), which depicts the events of the Former Nine Years' War and the Latter Three Years' War, Yoriyoshi is described as 'Calm and levelheaded, and excelling in military strategy, he was a commander of the finest caliber' and 'he loved his warriors and was fond of charity.'
  691. In the "Nihon Shoki" (Chronicles of Japan) and the "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicles of Japan Copntinued), there are many references to the special privileges granted posthmously to the meritorious retainers in relation to the Jinshin War, and the most detailed of all is the one to the Okina's case.
  692. In the "Nihon Shoki" (The Chronicles of Japan), Yamatototohimomosohime no Mikoto is a sister of Emperor Sujin, who is the grandfather of Emperor Kogen.
  693. In the "Nihon Shoki," he is described as an ancestor of the Wani uji (clan), and similar family tree appears in "Shinsen Shojiroku" (Newly Compiled Register of Clan Names and Titles of Nobility).
  694. In the "Nihon genho zenaku ryoiki" (set of three books of Buddhist stories, written in the late 8th and early 9th century, usually referred to as the Nihon Ryoiki) there are some stories about a person who violated the teachings of Buddhism and got his deserts.
  695. In the "Nihonshi", he listed the names and brief biographies of past Japanese emperors in the same order as they appeared in Japanese books.
  696. In the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), his name was written as 稻飯命 (Inahi no mikoto).
  697. In the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), it is written that Emperor Sushun was buried in Kurahashi after being assassinated.
  698. In the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), there is a description stating that 'the mirror was also referred to as Mafutsu no Kagami mirror.'
  699. In the "Nihonshoki" (the Chronicles of Japan), Hosusori no Mikoto (written as 火闌降命 in Japanese) appears in the main account and the eighth issho (addendum), and Hosuseri no Mikoto (written as 火酢芹命 in Japanese) appears in the second, the third, and the sixth issho.
  700. In the "Nihonshoki" and the "Nihongenho Zenaku Ryoiki" (set of three books of Buddhist stories, written in the late 8th and early 9th century), the number of men was ten.
  701. In the "Nihonshoki" there is a description of a sumai match in which one competitor kicked the opponent to death, and it is said that sumai in this period was the beginning of sumo (Japanese-style wrestling).
  702. In the "Nihonshoki," although not in the main text, the chapter that comes after the defeating of Yamata no orochi is the story of creating the nation by Okuninushi.
  703. In the "Nihonshoki," his name is described as Toyotomimi Shotoku, Toyotomimi Nori no Okimi, Norinoshi no Okimi as well as Umayado no Miko.
  704. In the "Nihonshoki," the second issho (addendum) in the section on the pacification of Ashihara no Nakatsukuni (the Central Land of Reed Plains) says that Takamimusubi (one of the three creator gods of Japanese mythology) designated Amenomahitotsu no Kami as the blacksmith when they enshrined the gods of Izumo.
  705. In the "Nihonshoki," there is no description about his children (imperial princes and princesses).
  706. In the "Nobunaga's Ambition" series, which is a series of historical simulation games by Koei, with the advent of the parameter called 'loyalty' Hisahide MATSUNAGA has been given the lowest parameter.
  707. In the "Nobutane-kyo-ki" (the diary of Nobutane NAKANOMIKADO there is the word 'Echizen-dain' (torinoko paper put into a pattern of clouds and also called daunshi) in the section of 1488, and the word of 'Echizen torinoko' in section of 1502.
  708. In the "Nomori no Kagami," which was written at the end of the Kamakura period, it is recorded that this sect was called Ikkoshu, and was a completely different sect from the later Jodo Shinshu sect.
  709. In the "Open Up, To-ji!" special edition no. 547 of Geijutsu Shincho (July 1995), a question and answer section notes that "the name Kyoogokoku-ji has hardly been used for 1200 years, it has always been called To-ji."
  710. In the "Reikai Monogatari," the teachings of the chief god, the god of creation among the divine world, the realm of the dead, and this world, are explained with various parables, and the religious organization sees it as bringing the good news of salvation for mankind.
  711. In the "Ryonoshuge" (a book of annotation for Yoro-ritsuryo, which was written by KOREMUNE no Naomoto), it's recorded that there were 50 kamiko (hereditary artisans for paper making under government management) in the Yamashiro Province (present day Kyoto Prefecture).
  712. In the "Sanetaka Koki" (Sanetaka's Diary), designated a national important cultural property, it is written that Motonobu was in possession of a copy of the "Ise Monogatari" (The Tales of Ise) written by FUJIWARA no Sadaie himself.
  713. In the "Seikyo Shimpo newspaper," Uchimura attempted to write a review on the first issue of "Dokuritsu Hyoron" and mentioned the article, branding Aizan, along with Soho, as the 'real-life example of an old proverb: a wise man changes his mind, a fool never.'
  714. In the "Senda-ke bunsho" (Documents of the Senda family, who succeeded the linage of 'Choemon KARAKAMIYA or Karacho,' the existing kyo kami-shi), there is a description of 13 kami-shi in 1839.
  715. In the "Setsuyo gundan" (a topography of Settsu province)" written by Keishi OKADA (published in 1701), there is the description; 'There is a special soil for torinoko paper in Najio. This soil is mixed with torinoko paper during the paper-making process and it makes the paper more beautiful.'
  716. In the "Shaman King "series, a manga (cartoon) written by Hiroyuki TAKEI, a book titled "Cho-Senji ryakketsu," which seems to derive from "Senji ryakketsu," appeared.
  717. In the "Shasekishu" (collection of Buddhist stories), the following episode is introduced as a tale heard from a Shinto priest of Ise-jingu Shrine.
  718. In the "Shinchoko-ki", the "Koranki", and the "Gunkan", the lord of Komoro-jo Castle was stated as the Shimosone clan, indicating that Nobutoyo fled to Komoro-jo Castle when the Takeda clan was on the downfall.
  719. In the "Shinsen Kamikagami" (Newly edited Kamikagami) fusuma paper was written as 'karakami' and there is a description that 'karakami paper was mostly called toshi. However, since this is confused with Mobenshi (Chinese paper named after Moshin - 毛晋), it came to be called karakami.'
  720. In the "Shinsen Shojiroku" (Newly Compiled Register of Clan Names and Titles of Nobility), Nigihayahi was Tenjin (a deity from Takamagahara, who was not in the imperial line) while Amenohoakari was Tenson (the Imperial lineage, a descendant of Amaterasu).
  721. In the "Shoki" (stands for Nihonshoki), it is written that Emperor Jomei issued the imperial edict, 'In this year, we found Omiya (the imperial major palace) and Odera (major temple)' and he made the edge of Kudara-gawa River of the place for the imperial palace.
  722. In the "Shokoku yorozukaimono choho-ki" (a guide book for shopping in various provinces) published in 1692, there are descriptions of ceremonial paper strings, a colored strip of paper, a cover, shicho (a paper-made mosquito net) and karakami as well as a basal paper for fans and a paper treated with astringent persimmon juice as noted products.
  723. In the "Shomei," there is a description that says; 'Soeki is the first person to call the tea ceremony house, Sukiya.'
  724. In the "Shonin kaimono annai" (A guidebook for merchants' shopping) published in 1824, there are 8 names of karakami shops.
  725. In the "Shui Wakashu" (Collection of Gleanings of Japanese Poems), a poem shown below is contained as composed by Shotoku Taishi.
  726. In the "Taiheiki," it is referred to as an ominous bird.
  727. In the "Tale of the Heike," Noritsune is described as the most valiant general in the Taira family, and called "the strongest warrior in the capital", who "performed brilliant achievements in war and had never suffered a defeat in many battles" and he is also described as a rival of MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune
  728. In the "Teijo-zakki" (Teijo's memorandums) of Sadatake ISE written about Yusoku kojitsu (court and samurai rules of ceremony and etiquette) during the Edo period, there is a description of chodai-gamae as follows.
  729. In the "The Shoku Nihongi," during the era of Emperor Monmu and Emperor Genmei, Umate's name is frequently mentioned in the articles related to the Emperor's misasagi (an Imperial mausoleum) and funeral ceremony.
  730. In the "Ukiyoe Shunga o Yomu," he opposes Timon SCREECH's opinion by saying, 'Shunga is not pornography;' however, he was criticized that his definition of pornography was vague.
  731. In the "Wakansansaizue" (a Japanese encyclopedia made in recent times), torinoko was described as 'being classified into three kinds of atsu-yo, chu-yo (medium torinoko paper), and usu-yo' and all ganpishi were called torinoko.
  732. In the "Wamyoruiji-sho," the dictionary compiled in the Heian period, there is a definition which reads, 'Small octopus meaning surumeika and yariika. Also referred to as surume.'
  733. In the "World National Anthem Contest" held in Germany in 1903, "Kimigayo" was awarded the first prize.
  734. In the "alternate writing" transmitted by "Nihonshoki" vol. 1, she is written as a younger sister of Omoikane.
  735. In the "alternate writing" transmitted by "Nihonshoki" vol. 6, she is also written as a child of Kohonotohata hime who is a daughter of Takamimusubi no kami (namely grandchild of Takamimusubi no kami).
  736. In the "alternate writing" transmitted by Nihonshoki, she is described as Takuhatachijihimeyorozuhime no Mikoto, Amenoyorozuhatahime no Mikoto, Takuhatachihatahime no Mikoto.
  737. In the "the origin and the history of rakusui-shi production," there is a description; 'When this was first made in 1843, it did not have a name yet. When shown to the Shogun Ienari, he ordered that the name be taihei-shi (peace paper) because it was made in the period of peace.'
  738. In the "帝城景物略," there is a description that 'As this area has little rain these days, I made a girl doll with white paper, dressing it in clothes made of red and green colored paper, letting it take a small broom made of plant, and hung it under the eaves, giving it the name of 掃晴娘.'
  739. In the '80s, it began to sell in department stores and retail stores other than souvenir shops, and today it is used as an ingredient for rice balls and pasta country-wide.
  740. In the 'Besshi Gidai Soan,' there was a word 'bankoku koho.'
  741. In the 'Enkyo bon' and 'Kamakura bon' (both of which are different versions of Heike Monogatari [The tale of the Heike]), there is a scene where Naozane was sending the flute of Atsumori to his father, TAIRA no Tsunemori, who lived in Yashima Island, and letters from Naozane to Tsunemori and vice versa were also exchanged.
  742. In the 'Higashi' area, there are some Uta called Tenman, Itachi (Japanese mink), Sakura, Jikijin, Mikasa, Nagae kamenobori, Gamokame (tortoise), Imafuku no kame (tortoise of Imafuku), etc.
  743. In the 'Hongyan Nagan' story of "Lushi Chunqiu" (The Annals of Lu Buwei), the bravery and loyalty of the retainer Hongyan who ended his life by cutting his own abdomen, removing his internal organs and inserting the liver of his master who had been brutally murdered is praised by many.
  744. In the 'Jingikanrei Yoshidake shokoku shake shisso ki' compiled in the late Edo period, it is described as one of the eleven shrines of Tango Province under the name Tanabe asashiro-sha do okawa-sha (田辺朝代社同大河社).
  745. In the 'Jitsuyo Shikkojutsu' issued in 1907, which contained information on thirty lacquer production places in Japan, lacquer from Tanba (Fukuchiyama) was listed first, indicating the long history of lacquer.
  746. In the 'Kansei Choshu Shokafu,' on the other hand, no description is seen concerning his death and only the description that his posthumous Buddhist name was 'Soya' and that he was 'buried at Mt Koya' are seen (revised version, volume 12, item 238).
  747. In the 'Kita' area, there are some Uta called Tenman (the same as the one of 'Higashi'), Higashi, Hangane mawashi (spinning; the same as Itachi of 'Higashi), Yoshino, Ura, Kita, Shin bayashi (new music performed in festivals), Kuriage (literally, upward move), etc.
  748. In the 'Kyogata roninbetsu' (registers of ronin in Kyoto), the record in Aizu Domain, 35 roshi who asked to serve Katamori were recorded, and Fujimoto's name is recorded as 'Roshi gashira' (the head of roshi.)
  749. In the 'Matsuri' on October 2, the parade sends the god off to the shrine.
  750. In the 'Nishi' region, however, there is a danjiri-bayashi whose style can't be seen in either 'Higashi' or 'Kita.'
  751. In the 'Norito' (Shinto prayer) of "the Engishiki" (an ancient book for codes and procedures on national rites and prayers), there is the name of Yafunekukunochi-no-mikoto, and is believed to be the same god as Kukunochi.
  752. In the 'Okawabata Koshinzuka no ba,' a long line with seven-and-five syllable meter by Ojo Kichisa is famous: 'the moon is misty and 白魚の、かがりも霞む sky of the spring … this implies that something good is going to happen even from the spring, the first season of the four.'
  753. In the 'Population based on Basic Resident Register' officially announced by Kyoto City, General Planning Bureau, Informatization Promotion Office, 'Mt. Inari government-owned land' and 'Fukakusa Inariyama-cho' are listed separately.
  754. In the 'Shichikajo seikai,' (seven articles of religious commandments) of 1204, he made his signature as the 15th person.
  755. In the 'Sorekara' (And Then), a novel written by Soseki NATSUME and published 1909, the word Gomumari comes up, which suggests that the word became common in the 20th century.
  756. In the 'Taiho Ritsuryo (Taiho Code)' enforced on February 6, 702, nori was collected as a tax (and so February 6 is designated as Nori Day).
  757. In the 'Textbook of Archery,' Shaho hassetsu was defined, and the united uchiokoshi (intermediate uchiokoshi) in the 'Kyudo-yosoku,' which was established in the Dai Nippon Butoku Kai, was officially abolished, so that the Shomen and Shamen uchiokoshi methods were adopted.
  758. In the 'chigo shasan' in the afternoon on the 13th, they appear in white Kariginu costumes, shimon iri (purple textile with crests) kukuri bakama (Japanese male skirt with strings in the lower sleeve edge for adjusting), wearing golden eboshi.
  759. In the 'explanately notes' of the book, the author listed the titles of Greek history books that he used for reference to express his approach valuing historical facts.
  760. In the 'issue regarding the addition of two army divisions' that occurred in 1912, Yamagata issued a written opinion requesting that Yusaku UEHARA, who was the Minister of War in the second Saionji Cabinet, submit a letter of resignation.
  761. In the 'kita' region the dance is simply called 'danjiri odori' (danjiri dance), and genkatsugi, in which hands are thrust upward during the dance implying catching luck, is the basic form.
  762. In the 'preface' of this book, he called himself 'FUTABATEI Shimei' for the first time in his life.
  763. In the 0 series Shinkansen train cars used initially on the Tokaido Shinkansen line and Sanyo Shinkansen line, and in the 200 series Shinkansen train cars used initially on the Tohoku Shinkansen line and Joetsu Shinkansen, a locomotive car was used for each of the train-cars.
  764. In the 10 years until it was abolished, 26 ships with about 29000 Japanese emigrants made the crossing by boat.
  765. In the 10th article, Yuien used Shinran's word to explain his grief's reason.
  766. In the 10th century as wealthy people appeared in local areas, security deteriorated due to territorial disputes.
  767. In the 10th century onwards, the koden (the field administered directly by a ruler) in the province was reorganized as the myoden, and the fumyo system, in which the tato undertook the management of the myoden and tax, became more and more common.
  768. In the 10th century the money changer played a more important role as the commercial network was rebuilt between Europe and remote places.
  769. In the 10th century when the Ritsuryo system became a mere fa?ade, the land was desolated and some areas were diverted to farm lands which was, in general, prohibited in Kyo.
  770. In the 10th century, Azukari was set up at various government offices including, without limitation, Goin (retired emperor's palace), In no cho (retired emperor's office), Shinmotsudokoro (serving office), Kokusoin (office of storehouses), Kokuga (provincial government office) and Gunga (country government office).
  771. In the 10th century, I-do became almost the hereditary learning of the Tanba clan and the Wake clan, and the Naiyakushi was integrated into the Tenyakuryo.
  772. In the 10th century, the Engishiki, the last kyakushiki, was compiled.
  773. In the 10th century, the distinction of Keishi and the household management personnel outside of the law became unclear, and Keishi required by the ritsuryo system were also appointed by Migyosho (a document for informing people of the decision of Third Rank or upper people) of the master.
  774. In the 10th century, the position of Gyobusho declined and the jurisdictions of robbery and counterfeit coinage were transferred to Kebiishi and the other crimes were transferred to Daijokan.
  775. In the 11th centuries.
  776. In the 11th century the tsuwamono no ie evolved into military lords.
  777. In the 11th century, FUJIWARA no Suetsuna, a close subject of the retired emperor gave up his villa in Toba to Emperor Shirakawa.
  778. In the 11th century, Koya-gire, a classic of kana calligraphy, was produced and this allowed a variety of kana calligraphy styles to be developed by the 12th century.
  779. In the 11th century, Shigetsugu of the Chichibu clan built his own residence (later, the Edo Castle) on a hill overlooking Sakurada, and founded the EDO clan by renaming himself EDO Taro after the place name Edo.
  780. In the 11th century, during the heyday of the Fujiwara clan, uchiki was made of twill with graduated colors.
  781. In the 11th century, the 'family business takeover' or the hereditary government office system, in which certain families inherited certain government positions, was gradually established in the aristocratic society.
  782. In the 11th century, the myoden system was also imported and adopted to manors whose territory had been enhanced because of consolidation around that time.
  783. In the 12th Century, such family art became proprietary ones and it is said that to perform art other than the art of the family was prohibited.
  784. In the 12th century of the generation of Emperor Toba, expansion of the buildings, like the Izumi-dono, were repeated.
  785. In the 12th century, Chigyo kokusei (proprietary province system) was widely performed: in this system, influential aristocrats owned the authority to collect taxes from certain provinces.
  786. In the 12th century, a tendency to elaborate to find a new subject came up.
  787. In the 12th century, as a result of the reduction in tax revenue caused by the expansion of the shoen, the Imperial Court was no longer able to pay salaries to high-ranked aristocrats, so it gave these nobles provinces as chigyo-koku (provincial fiefdom), as well as the right to appoint kokushi (provincial governors) and collect taxes.
  788. In the 13th centuries, Chinese Zen priests such as Sogen MUGAKU and Doryu RANKEI came to Japan one after another.
  789. In the 13th century, with Kennin-ji Temple in Kyoto as the start, full-blown Zen temples (temples that belong to the Zen sect), such as Kencho-ji Temple and Enkaku-ji Temple, were constructed in Kamakura as well.
  790. In the 1500s, Yoshioki OUCHI, Nagayoshi MIYOSHI, Sadayori ROKKAKU and others ruled the Shogunate as deputy Kanrei, the post of Kanrei became merely formal.
  791. In the 15th century, Noami created "Kachozu Byobu" (folding screen with the painting of flowers and birds) (owned by Idemitsu Museum of Arts) by inlaying the folding screen with the motives of Mokkei's painting.
  792. In the 15th century, a book in the form of 'Jibiki' developed in Japan.
  793. In the 15th century, a reading of "Date" was first introduced in the Kinai region, and since then, both "Idate" and 'Date' were used to refer to the same kanji characters throughout the Edo Period.
  794. In the 16 prefectures of Yan Yun that were ceded to Kitai from Jin, it was published as a national project by referring to a text of Sekkyo (Sekkei) (The Scriptures Inscribed on Stone), which had been kept at Fangshan since the time of Sui.
  795. In the 16 years from 1872 to 1888 in Japan, Gowland gradually advanced his research of kofun in his spare time.
  796. In the 1606 'Hoshaku-ji ezu' (painting of Hoshaku-ji Temple), the notation 'kakoi' (tea room) is written in the current location of Myoki-an Temple, so it is thought that the teahouse had already been relocated to its current site by this time.
  797. In the 1614 Winter Siege of Osaka, Kagekatsu took Tokugawa's side and served successfully as a vanguard in the Battle of Kamono, among other times.
  798. In the 1615 Summer Siege of Osaka, he kept watch over Kyoto.
  799. In the 1651 Keian no Hen (Conspiracy of Keian), the Shogunate suspected him of plotting a rebellion because Shosetsu YUI had forged Yorinobu's sealed papers, and he couldn't return to Kishu for 10 years.
  800. In the 16th century, during the Renaissance period, Europeans who visited Japan admired Japan very much.
  801. In the 17th century, a wealthy merchant with political ties, Ryoi SUMINOKURA, built a canal from the Katsura-gawa River to connect the present-day Yogi-mura (与木村) in Tanba-cho, and Yodo and Osaka; consequently, water transportation developed.
  802. In the 17th century, in the Edo period, most of the current route that separates from Tokai-do Road at Mikumo and stretches to Iga seems to have been established and in a 1742 document, there is a reference to 'Somakai-do Highway.'
  803. In the 17th century, the production of brown sugar began in the Ryuku Kingdom, Amami Islands and other areas, and then the sugar was brought to Japan's mainland by Satsuma clan and became a common sweetener for yokan.
  804. In the 1830's "Kiyu-tenran" (a joyful Imperial inspection), it was written that dry landscape is not pronounced as 'furusensui' or 'karasensui' but should be pronounced as 'kosensui.'
  805. In the 1890's, he attended the meetings where the participants talked about historic incidents and some valuable stories of the last days of the Tokugawa shogunate told there have been handed down for generations.
  806. In the 18th century, 'Kyoto gadan' (the Kyoto gadan School organized by painters who worked actively in Kyoto) flourished; this is different from the Kano School whose members worked actively in Edo.
  807. In the 18th century, Jishagata oshioki reisho stated the rules of punishments to be administered to Buddhist priests.
  808. In the 18th century, famines were frequent in Japan, and after the Tenpo Famine, some domains were unable to yield any crops at all (Tsugaru Domain and so on).
  809. In the 18th century, with its purpose as religion investigation being attenuated, Shumon Ninbetsu Aratame Cho were used as basic documents for the check of the nation's population (census) and for the collection of taxes and so on.
  810. In the 1910s, a new stream of politics was born in Japan.
  811. In the 1910s, a plan to construct 'the Japan electric railway,' a new high-speed railway based on electric train-cars between Tokyo and Osaka, was proposed from the private sector, but failed to be implemented because the national government did not approve of it.
  812. In the 1920's, the national medical colleges that were established during the early period were upgraded to national medical universities.
  813. In the 1920's, the rails for the trams were moved to Kawaramachi-dori Street when it was widened.
  814. In the 1920s, Osaka School of Foreign Languages (old education system) was established in 1921, and Tenri School of Foreign Languages (predecessor of Tenri University) was established as the first private school of foreign languages as per the Acts of Colleges in 1927.
  815. In the 1930s, finally Japanese in California and Hawaii started to lead economically stable lives.
  816. In the 1930s, popular children's comics such as "Norakuro", "Tanku Tankuro" and "The Adventures of Dankichi " which were serialized in "Shonen Club (Boys' club)" published by Kodansha Ltd. and other children's magazines became bestselling books.
  817. In the 1950s and the first half of the 1960s, Daiei produced a large number of films led by Kazuo HASEGAWA and the three leading actresses Machiko KYO, Fujiko YAMAMOTO and Ayako WAKAO, as well as Raizo ICHIKAWA VIII.
  818. In the 1950s, Toei had many popular actors on its books, including Chiezo KATAOKA, Utaemon ICHIKAWA, Ryunosuke TSUKIGATA, Ryutaro OTOMO, Kinnosuke YOROZUYA, Chiyonosuke AZUMA and Hashizo OKAWA, and their work created a period-film boom (Toei Jidaigeki).
  819. In the 1950s, many cartoonists who were inspired by the story manga developed by Osamu TEZUKA appeared one after another and in 1960s, the works of Shotaro ISHINOMORI, Fujio AKATSUKA and Fujio FUJIKO became big hits.
  820. In the 1950s, this type of biwa was remodeled and the present day biwa (pipa) was made.
  821. In the 1960's, Hideo FUJIKAWA, a scholar of German literature, Shinichiro NAKAMURA, a novelist, and others began to reevaluate the Chinese poetry and prose from the Edo period.
  822. In the 1960's, with the development of motorization, Kamikaze taxis (taxis whose drivers drove recklessly) became a social issue.
  823. In the 1960s the composer Hiroshi OGURI used the play as inspiration when he composed the piece of music 'Toi' (Pounding Cloth) for soprano, piano and tsuzumi (hand drum).
  824. In the 1960s the whole Japanese film industry entered a period of recession and period drama became less popular.
  825. In the 1960s, Naoshi GOTO who had worked as an apprentice at the restaurant 'London' opened an eating house 'Naochan' where he developed a new menu from what originally served within the kitchen for cooks.
  826. In the 1960s, Tokutaro YASUDA stated in his book "Manyo no Nazo" (Mystery of the Manyoshu) that the parent language of Japanese is Rong from the northern part of India, and that the Manyoshu can be read by the Rong.
  827. In the 1960s, actors Shintaro KATSU and Jiro TAMIYA rose to stardom.
  828. In the 1960s, during the tourist seasons, special trains made up of six cars were operated from the Osaka district (following the relocation of Uji Station on June 17, 1995, the effective length of the station's platform was shortened, and since then the six-car trains haven't been able to proceed into the platform).
  829. In the 1960s, tamagoyaki used to be one of the favorite foods of children and it was listed as one of three things children typically love in a popular phrase of that time: 'Giants (a Japanese baseball team), Taiho (a sumo wrestler), and tamagoyaki.'
  830. In the 1960s, the west side of the station developed as a shopping street and entertainment district, including movie theaters and "pachinko parlors," the Japanese pinball parlors, both of which were rare outside of city downtown areas at that time.
  831. In the 1960s, trains ran at intervals of eight minutes and passed in Tokiwa Station, Omuro Station (present Omuro-Ninnaji Station) and Tojiin Station.
  832. In the 1970's, Fukuoka Prefecture Police proposed a policy which did not accept a change of ownership; but later, the street stall business representatives negotiated with the Fukuoka Prefecture Police; thus in 1973, they were able to compromise and have change in ownership accepted, based on certain conditions.
  833. In the 1970's, household tape recorders including the compact cassette type reached a high level enough for music appreciation.
  834. In the 1970's, largely due to the influence of structuralism, new discussions on 'hare and ke' were triggered.
  835. In the 1970's, with the help of the Discover Japan campaign launched by the Japan National Railways (JNR), the number of tourists who used the railway increased.
  836. In the 1970s, Hiroshi ITSUKI, Aki YASHIRO, Masako MORI, Sayuri ISHIKAWA, and Takashi HOSOKAWA appeared.
  837. In the 1970s, it became popular to print drawings and letters on New Year's postcards, and since 1982 such drawings and words of congratulations have been printed on the back of charitable New Year's postcards.
  838. In the 1970s, sushi had a burst of popularity mainly on the West Coast of the United States, and the 'California roll' developed under such circumstance had a great success and was brought back also to Japan.
  839. In the 1970s, the percentage of Sudare manufactured in Japan was large; however, due to river and wetlands reclamation projects and the like, which reduced the areas for reed production, the number of Sudare imported from China increased.
  840. In the 1970s, the sake breweries which 'declared brewing honjozo' were in the news, which gave the same impact as that news.
  841. In the 1970s, there were many editorials with similar comments.
  842. In the 1970s, with the advancement of the research on local lords, some scholars started to point out that the Ishimoda theory was not enough to capture the whole picture.
  843. In the 1980's, Shochiku released a film called 'Yoseiden' written by Ryo HANMURA.
  844. In the 1980's, once ginjoshu was widely accepted by consumers, a large number of yeasts that produce a strong fragrance such as low-acidity yeast, high ester producing yeast, and high malic acid producing high acidity yeast were made in addition to Kyokai-line yeasts.
  845. In the 1980's, the preservation and maintenance project of the historic site started by relocating the elementary school and transferring general books of Ashikaga School Historical Archives to the general library, Tochigi Prefectural Ashikaga Library.
  846. In the 1980s many yeasts which had strong aroma such as low acid producing yeast, high ester producing yeast and high malic acid producing yeast were produced.
  847. In the 1980s the sub-express was operated only between Yodoyabashi Station and Yodo Station; there were no through-trains running on the entire line.
  848. In the 1980s, JNR/JR Commuter Trains Series 103 were stored at the north-side storage track during the daytime.
  849. In the 1980s, it was suggested that the language used in the "Manyoshu" is related to ancient Korean, and that the Manyoshu could have been read by Koreans of that time, and a series of books about this theory became a bestseller.
  850. In the 1980s, the whole literary works published by Kenyu-sha Company were revaluated, and the study of the souces and ideas for those novels was developed; as the result, a theory became dominant that this novel was based on American novels.
  851. In the 1990's when the Heisei period started, convenience stores as well as warm bentos became popular in local areas, Ekiben heated by chemical reaction became available.
  852. In the 1990's, U.S. forces switched to a pre-paid card system instead of issuing paper military currency.
  853. In the 1990s and later
  854. In the 1990s and later, many big earthquakes occurred in Japan, and vulnerability of high-speed railway lines to earthquakes was pointed out.
  855. In the 1990s what we call 'Owarai (-gei)' (comedies) including rakugo and manzai continued to attract the public's interest.
  856. In the 1990s, tasty sake and thick sake other than tanrei dry sake were actively launched, but they needed more than 10 years to restore their former reputation against the boom of dry sake.
  857. In the 1993 academic year, the Master's program was renamed to the doctoral program (first semester), while a doctoral program (second semester) was added.
  858. In the 19th century, Europe had its own independent origami tradition, which was fused with Japanese origami when Japan opened up to the world.
  859. In the 19th century, Sedo Jeongchi (monarchy of matrilineal succession) was practiced in Korea.
  860. In the 19th century, a mechanical doll called an automaton appeared, which was crafted to mimic human movements.
  861. In the 19th century, at Tsukuba, Igashichi IIZUKA (so-called 'Karakuri Iga') invented a man-powered plane and a karakuri ningyo that went on an errand to a sake (Japanese liquor) shop.
  862. In the 1st issue of the weekly "Heimin-shinbun" (November 15), there are "Declaration" signed by the "Heiminsha Dojin (literary group (coterie))" and "Introduction of publication" signed by SAKAI and KOTOKU.
  863. In the 2000s, the center of the ginjoshu boom has moved to overseas markets centered around the U.S. and France, and some people regard it trendy to drink ginjoshu made in Japan for aperitifs in New York, Paris and so on.
  864. In the 2001 NHK serialized TV drama "Tokimune HOJO," there was a scene depicting a Kasakake competition between brothers Tokimune and Tokisuke.
  865. In the 2004 season, the club set a goal to be promoted to J1 after one year, and got Yong-Soo CHOI from JEF United Ichihara Chiba.
  866. In the 2005 season, HASHIRATANI continued to manage the team.
  867. In the 2006 academic year, 'Project Class' was organized as a liberal arts education program common among all grades, which was a practical and student-centered class, being different from the conventional style of classes in which students carried out desk work.
  868. In the 2008 season, the club carried out active reinforcement with reflection and regret from the previous promotion.
  869. In the 2009 school year, the club invited Taiga SUGASAWA as the new manager of the U-18 team who had gained achievements in the lower levels of the organizations of Tokyo Verdy and Nagoya Grampus, so it was expected that the club would concentrate its efforts as a nurturing organization.
  870. In the 2009 season too, the club carried out active reinforcement.
  871. In the 2010 academic year, Doshisha Junior High School in Imadegawa Campus will be moved to Doshisha Iwakura Campus, and integrated with Doshisha High School; the site is going to be used by the university.
  872. In the 20th century, Togo YOSHIDA published the "Zeami Ju-Roku Bushu" (The Sixteen Treatises of Zeami) to introduce all of Zeami's Densho known at that time.
  873. In the 20th century, as development of synthesized dyes reduced the production of Ubai to next to nil, Tsukigase Bairin shifted its focus to tourism and the production of plums for consumption.
  874. In the 20th century, however, water transport via these waterways declined due to the opening of the railroad.
  875. In the 20th round, Saneyori, the judge, could not decide on a winner and suggested a draw.
  876. In the 21st century, Jimyo-sai, the 14th generation of the Omotesenke, separated the Five Kazarimono from among the Thirteen Naraigoto.
  877. In the 21st century, a lot of mandala works are being produced in Tibet and Japan, and so on.
  878. In the 21st century, it has become common to create and print New Year's postcards with pictures taken by a digital camera, using a personal computer and printer at home.
  879. In the 26th volume of "Azuma Kagami"(The Mirror of the East), it is stated that TAIRA no Kiyomoto forfeited Oe-no-ho on November 20, 1221.
  880. In the 28th year of the Showa period, Fukuchiyama was flooded with water from the Yura-gawa River caused by the 13th typhoon of the year.
  881. In the 2nd organizational restructuring of Shinsengumi, he belonged to the fourth unit of Shinsengumi headed by Hajime SAITO, and assumed the post of corporal.
  882. In the 3 years of Rozan training, the 1st year is spent helping the Jishin look after Jodo-in Temple's Saicho-byo, the 2nd year must include a 100 day circumambulation, and the 3rd year 90 days training in either the Jogyo-do Hall or Hokke-do Hall.
  883. In the 34th essay collected in "Fukuo Hyakuwa" (One Hundred Discourses of Fukuzawa), which was entitled 'Hanshin-Hangi wa Fuka nari' (A half-baked notion is unacceptable), Yukichi FUKUZAWA explained Datsua-shiso thought as follows.
  884. In the 53rd issue of the weekly "Heimin-shinbun" (November 13,1904) the "Communist Party Declaration" was translated and published by SAKAI and KOTOKU as the first anniversary after the first issue.
  885. In the 5th century, the Hata clan immigrated to Japan where they settled in Yamashiro Province and took the Mt. Matsuo kami (Oyamakuino-kami) as their ujigami (guardian deity).
  886. In the 5th general election of members of the House of Representatives, both the Liberal Party and the Progressive Party overwhelmed and against this, ITO dissolved the House of Representatives again only 3 months after the election.
  887. In the 5th summit in 1979, and other summit conferences held in Japan in 1986 and 1993, Kitcho was assigned to preside over other Japanese cuisine fixed at famous Japanese-style restaurants, and came to be known internationally.
  888. In the 6th century when the Yamato sovereignty (the ancient Japan sovereignty) was going to form a unified nation, Teiki, which recorded the family tree of the Wa royal family, and Kyuji, in which mythology of Wa was described, were compiled.
  889. In the 6th issho (a book quoted in Nihonshoki) quoted in the section of kamiumi in the Nihonshoki, it is described that a deity named Shinatobe no mikoto, whose other name was Shinatsuhiko no mikoto, was born from Izanami's breath when he blew off the morning mist and he became the deity of wind.
  890. In the 6th volume of 'Todai-ji Yoroku (the Digest Records of Todai-ji Temple),' it is mentioned that '崇敬寺 Temple,' a branch temple of Todai-ji Temple, was founded by ABE no Kurahashimaro and that it was also known as 'Abe-dera Temple.'
  891. In the 7th century, Emperor Tenmu, a master of tenmontonko who personally performed divinations with a choku during the Jinshin War and who had great knowledge of the principles of inyo gogyo, set up 'Onmyoryo' and Japan's first senseidai (astrology station) in 676.
  892. In the 7th century, Japan started to send Japanese envoys to Sui Dynasty China, but this envoy was not under tributary system.
  893. In the 7th century, there was a rush of construction of palaces, temples and residences of the nobles on the hills of Asuka Basin and its surrounding areas.
  894. In the 980s, he served the Tenno-ji Temple as betto (the head priest).
  895. In the 995 due to a smallpox epidemic, he as well as Michitaka and Asateru died in tandem.
  896. In the 9th century money changers called 'sarraf' came into being to facilitate the exchange of such foreign currencies.
  897. In the 9th century the site became a place of joint Shinto and Buddhist Shugendo and a Shogun Jizo statue representing Atago Daigongen was enshrined in the main hall while Tarobo, the Tengu goblin of Mt. Atago, was enshrined in the Oku-no-in (the present-day Wakamiya).
  898. In the 9th century, TAIRA no Masakado from Kanmu-Heishi, the 5th generation descendant of Emperor Kanmu, reigned over Kanto region as a new emperor for a short period of time.
  899. In the 9th century, josaku were also started to be founded in the present-day Iwate region, as Isawa-jo Castle was founded by SAKANOUE no Tamuramaro in 802, to which Chinju-fu (Pacification and Defense Headquarters) were relocated from Taga-jo Castle.
  900. In the 9th century, the situation was not improved.
  901. In the Abura-no-koji Street Incident in November 1867, he fought with Takeo HATTORI.
  902. In the Aburakoji Incident, he managed to escape from the scene, and he was sheltered by the Satsuma clan.
  903. In the Aburanokoji Incident that occurred in December 1867, Jingoro operated together with Kuwajiro OISHI and other members.
  904. In the Aburanokoji Incident, when they were going to retrieve the body of Ito, who had been assassinated, he insisted that all of them should be armed, but it was refused.
  905. In the Act of Imperial Family Status (the Imperial Families' Act No.2 of 1910 which was eliminated by Abolition of the Imperial Families' Act and Attached Ordinance [the Imperial Families' Act No.12 of 1947]), the Imperial family were bestowed appointments and orders according to their statuses.
  906. In the Adauchi by the Soga brothers, the younger brother, Goro Tokimune SOGA, who was captured after Katakiuchi, was beheaded; and the provisions of Goseibai-shikimoku, which conform to the precedents during the reign of Yoritomo (MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, a shogun), reflect this disposition.
  907. In the Age of Exploration, the financial center gradually shifted from North Italy which was on the decline, failing to catch up with the volatile economy, to London, the capital of England.
  908. In the Ageutsushiho method, after thin sheet of washi is placed on an original old painting or photograph to examine the transparent lines well, a painter draws the line by lifting the washi while watching the original.
  909. In the Ainu language, Heshiko becomes pe-si-kor: pe meaning the liquid coming out of something, si, in this case, meaning 'it' and kor meaning 'maintain' or 'create.'
  910. In the Aizu district of Fukushima Prefecture, soba noodles are customarily eaten on New Year's Day instead of New Year's Eve; in addition, "mochi" (sticky rice cake) is eaten on the second day and "tororo" (grated yam) is eaten on the third day of the New Year.
  911. In the Akaike densetsu legend of the Amino-cho, Tango City, Kyoto Prefecture, the word Hedara also appears.
  912. In the Aki Province, which was located on the contact point of the both powers, kokujin in the whole country had a united effort to establish so (a type of community).
  913. In the Akita Domain, Odate-jo Castle and Yokote-jo Castle (both were burnt down in the Boshin War) were exception to disposal, as a result, the domain was allowed to have three castles in total, which were the above-mentioned two castles along with Kubota-jo Castle.
  914. In the Amami Islands, there is folklore of fleeing Heike warriors saying that Sukemori, Yukimori and Arimori fled to the islands.
  915. In the Amami island chain, Awamori and Kokutoshu (distilled liquor made from brown sugar) were produced since the Edo period until before World War II.
  916. In the Ancient Shinto and Shinto teachings, it is considered that there are two aspects (or four spirits according to another philosophy) of a divine spirit known as Aramitama (wrathful divine spirit) and Nigimitama (peaceful divine spirit).
  917. In the Ancient Shinto, special, prominent sites (landmarks) such as the sea, river, mountain, forest, tree or rock were treated as the himorogi or iwakura (the place where a quieted god dwells) and were thought to be the shiniki (literally the sacred area, or Shinto shrine precincts), the place where a kami dwells, or the shintai.
  918. In the Ando family, Oribe-ryu school had been practiced since the time of Shigenobu ANDO, the first head of the family, when he served as roju (member of shogun's council of elders) for Hidetada TOKUGAWA, the second Shogun of Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  919. In the Anglo-Satsuma War of the same year, he joined the do-or-die squad.
  920. In the Anglo-Satsuma War, he was shocked by the military forces of the powerful countries in Western Europe and started to learn about gunnery in the school of Hidetatsu EGAWA, a shogun's retainer.
  921. In the Anna Incident in March 969, he worked with Sama no suke (vice-minister of Left Division of Bureau of Horses) MINAMOTO no Mitsunaka to overthrow Sadaijin (minister of the left) MINAMOTO no Takaakira and others.
  922. In the Ansei Reform during the end of the Edo Period, Nariaki TOKUGAWA (the Mito-Tokugawa family) became a coastal defense officer and was allowed to participate in the shogunate government.
  923. In the Antwerp Olympic Games of 1920, equestrian figure (of individuals and teams) was performed, but it was abolished after that.
  924. In the Aoi Festival parade (Hollyhock flower Festival), a festival of Kamo-jinja Shrine in Sakyo Ward, Kyoto Prefecture, even the oxen pulling the gissha (ox-drawn carriage) wear leaves of Hollyhock on its head.
  925. In the Aoi Festival, members of the Yasedoshi-kai dress up as Yotei, recalling the way the Yasedoji served as koshi carriers for the Emperor.
  926. In the April 27, 1174 section of "Kikki" (a diary by Tsunefusa YOSHIDA), there is a description that says "It is a picture of the war against people in the province such as Takehira and Iehira when Yoshiie Ason was Mutsu no kami."
  927. In the Area of Mt. Nagao
  928. In the Areas of Mt. Tomouchi and Mt. Mushika (Two Companies)
  929. In the Army, he served at the rank of General.
  930. In the Article No. 53 of the Old River Act, Shikko-batsu had been included until the law was abolished in April 1, 1965.
  931. In the Ascending Order of Selection Year
  932. In the Ashikaga shogunate, Doyo worked as court official, a member of the council of state, and as a chancellor who conducted negotiations with nobles (i.e., members of collateral houses of the Imperial Court).
  933. In the Ashio Copper Mine Mineral Pollution Incident, he supported Shozo TANAKA and devoted effort to relief work for the peasants.
  934. In the Asian region, only Japan joins the international muzzle loader association.
  935. In the Asuka period to the Nara period, this area was developed to form a city called Oichi.
  936. In the Asuka period, application of Kawara was allowed for temples only.
  937. In the Asuka period, kenzuishi (a Japanese envoy to Sui Dynasty China) and priests who studied abroad traveled along the road to bring culture from the continent including Chinese and Korean cultures, which served as the foundation of Asuka culture.
  938. In the Asuka period, there were kin groups which had the skills of sculpting Buddhist statues, and the head of the family was called busshi.
  939. In the Asuwayama park near Asuwa-jinja Shrine, there stands the giant stone statue of Emperor Keitai, overlooking the Sakai City and attracting tourists.
  940. In the August 24, 1495 entry of "Daijoin jisha zojiki" (Miscellaneous Records of the Daijo Temple and Shrine), it is stated that Hosokawa entered Tanba Province, and newly appointed Naito as Shugodai.
  941. In the Awa Province, the descendants of Yoshitsuna ASHIKAGA changed their surname to Hirashima (Hirashima kubo) and continued through the end of the Edo period.
  942. In the Awaji-shima Island, there is the Onokorojima-jinja Shrine in Minamiawaji City, and also the Izanagi-jingu Shrine, which is worshipped the two gods, in Awaji City.
  943. In the Ayabe - Fukuchiyama section, the 'Limited Express Relay' runs for the purpose of connecting to the Maizuru Line, the Obama Line and the Fukuchiyama Line.
  944. In the Azuchi Momoyama period, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI set up Otsu-hyakuso-sen (a hundred ships in Otsu) for funamochi (owners of boats) in Otsu, put them under the control of the ship superintendent at Kannon-ji Temple and protected them with special privileges.
  945. In the Azuchi Momoyama period, due to the fire set by Nobunaga ODA, all of Shichidogaran, wooden buildings, the temple's treasures were destroyed in the fire, and the temple was ruined.
  946. In the Azuchi Momoyama period, newly emerging merchants who were considered wealthy merchants rose in power, and a tendency toward a luxurious and large-scale culture emerged, supported by their wealth.
  947. In the Azuchi-Momoyama Period, the Nichiren sect was divided into two sub sects, Jufuse (receive offerings from nonbelievers, but not give) and Fuju-fuse, the latter was led by Nichio, over whether they should attend senso-kuyo (a memorial service conducted by one thousand priests) ordered by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  948. In the Azuchi-Momoyama and early Edo periods, Soku carried on overseas trade based in Hakata.
  949. In the Azuchi-Momoyama period (1558-1600), some kenjutsu, or sword fighting, schools began using bamboo swords covered with leather sleeves and called 'fukuro shinai' for sparring practice, and the Edo period (1603-1868), with the development of armor, saw the appearance of the 'warijinai' (split bamboo sword).
  950. In the Azuchi-Momoyama period the greatest daimyo (Japanese territorial lord) under the Toyotomi administration, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, was appointed.
  951. In the Azuchi-Momoyama period, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI made Kugemachi (court noble village) where residences of court nobles were built up around the temporary imperial palace, which substantially formed the current Kyoto Imperial Palace.
  952. In the Azuchi-Momoyama period, Kenjun (1574 - 1636), a monk in Kitakyushu, created 'Tsukushigoto' by integrating Chinese as well as indigenous Soh music for solo performance and Soh music of gagaku.
  953. In the Azuchi-Momoyama period, Nobunaga ODA and Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI built their bases here and carried out economic reforms, and in addition, a concentration of population and economic development were seen by conducting a large-scale engineering works for the shogun (tetsudai bushin) and by forming castle towns.
  954. In the Azuchi-Momoyama period, Yi Dynasty Korea sent Chosen Tsushinshi to Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI for checking whether he had an intention of sending his military troops to Korea.
  955. In the Azuchi-Momoyama period, as Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI took the position of kanpaku (chief adviser to the Emperor), the title of kokushi changed into an official post for a samurai family to show the level of its social position or authority and became completely nominal.
  956. In the Azuchi-Momoyama period, chigyodaka (a stipend in terms of rice production of the fief) was represented by the volume of rice to be supplied; that is to say, by the unit of 'koku' (also called kokudaka), which was organized during the Taiko kenchi (the cadastral survey of Taiko) conducted by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  957. In the Azuchi-Momoyama period, ema by distinguished artists were lionized and emado (shrine building where ema were hanged) were built to exhibit them.
  958. In the Azuchi-Momoyama period, some influential merchants took advantage of the confusion in the collapse of the class system and they began to increase their power, and ordinary women enjoyed makeup in their favorite styles around the Shokuho period (also known as the Azuchi-Momoyama period).
  959. In the Azuchi-Momoyama period, some sakaya advanced into trade with Spain and Portugal through eastern Asian nations as well as various places in Japan, growing into wealthy merchants.
  960. In the Azuchi-Momoyama period, the custom of tying hair was revived among yujo (courtesan), and accordingly, suihatsu (long flowing hair) became obsolete except among high-ranking females or shrine maidens at shrines.
  961. In the Azuchi-Momoyama period, the first head Shozaemon Shigenaga ISHII who was a te-sarugaku (amateur Noh) player established the school in Kyoto under the guidance of master Kyuzaemon HINOKUCHI.
  962. In the Azuchi-Momoyama period, the military service defined by the Toyotomi clan such as '250 men per 1,000,000 koku' may have been made up like that shown above.
  963. In the Azuchi-Momoyama period, to set the currency unit based on the quaternary notation system, kyome kin 1 ryo was changed to 4 monme 4 bu and inakame kin 1 ryo was changed to about 4 monme.
  964. In the Azuchi-momoyama Period, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, who was then kanpaku (chief advisor to the Emperor), ordered Nichiren Sect Buddhist monks to attend senso-kuyo (a memorial service conducted by one thousand priests) to be held for the purpose of praying for the repose of his late mother Omandokoro (1595).
  965. In the Bakumatsu period, Minie-type rifles with the brand name "Enfield" were called Enfield rifles.
  966. In the Basin, they further fought against Nagasunehiko, but Umashimade, a son of Nigihayahi, slew his uncle Nagasunehiko and submitted to Jinmu.
  967. In the Battle of Aizu, he led the Satsuma army and greatly contributed to the capitulation of Aizu-Wakamatsu-jo Castle, together with Taisuke ITAGAKI of the Tosa Domain.
  968. In the Battle of Anegawa in June 28, 1570, he penetrated deep into the Oda camp and closed in on Nobunaga ODA's headquarter.
  969. In the Battle of Anegawa, Sadayuki led a troop of one thousand horsemen.
  970. In the Battle of Bunroku that started in 1592, he went to the Korean peninsula with his comrades and fought many wars.
  971. In the Battle of Choroku and the Onin War, he assisted his brother in fighting.
  972. In the Battle of Dan-no-ura between the Minamoto clan and Taira clan, the magatama (jewel) sunk in the sea with Emperor Antoku when Nii no Ama, who held the emperor and the box containing the magatama, committed suicide by drowning.
  973. In the Battle of Danno-ura, while family members drowned themselves one after another after disastrous defeat became certain, Munemori, the leader of the family, attempted to escape.
  974. In the Battle of Dannoura in 1185, his father Tomomori committed suicide by jumping into water and drowning himself but his mother was rescued and returned to Kyoto.
  975. In the Battle of Eguchi in 1549, Naganao, who took part in the troop of Masanaga MIYOSHI in the Harumoto's side was defeated and killed by the attack of Chokei MIYOSHI.
  976. In the Battle of Fujito in Kojima of Bizen Province, he defeated TAIRA no Yukimori who had confined himself to an island.
  977. In the Battle of Fukazawa-jo Castle, the Takeda army had a hard battle against Tsunashige in spite of overwhelming difference of the military power.
  978. In the Battle of Hakone and Takenoshita, he belonged to the Ote army led by his father Yoshisuke and headed for the Ashigara-toge mountain path.
  979. In the Battle of Hakusukinoe in 663, Wakoku (later known as Japan) aiming at a revival of Paekche was defeated by Silla-Tang allied forces.
  980. In the Battle of Hakusukinoe in 663, the allied forces of Wa and Kudara were heavily defeated by the allied Tang and Shiragi, and the restoration of Kudara ended up in failure.
  981. In the Battle of Hekitenkai (ByeogJe Gwan), he took part in successful military exploits with Takakage KOBAYAKAWA, such as defeating the Ming army led by Ru-song LI.
  982. In the Battle of Hoji in July, 1247, he departed for the front with the head family, Yoshikage ADACHI and so on, to attack the Miura clan.
  983. In the Battle of Hoji, a confrontation caused by Yasumura MIURA who was brother of his wife and the regent Tokiyori HOJO, Tokitsuna fought for Miura.
  984. In the Battle of Ichi no tani in 1184, he joined his brother Tomomori's troops to guard the camp at Ikuta Woods.
  985. In the Battle of Ichi no tani, he fought with the Minamoto army in Ikuta Woods under his cousin Tomomori's command.
  986. In the Battle of Ichinotani broke out in February 1184, he fought against the troops belonging to the Minamoto clan that were commanded by MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune, with his father Tomomori.
  987. In the Battle of Ichinotani in March the same year, Kagetoki KAJIWARA and his sons, Kagesue and Kagetaka, joined the Ote army of Noriyori.
  988. In the Battle of Ichinotani of the same year, took part in the brigade of commando, following MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune.
  989. In the Battle of Ichinotani that took place on February 7 (old old lunar calendar), Yoshitsune made a surprise attack on the Taira family's home base, dashing down from the precipitous cliff of Hiyodorigoe with 70 selected horse soldiers
  990. In the Battle of Ichinotani, Yoshitsune defeated the army of the Taira family at Mt. Mikusa by a surprise night attack first, and after that he proceeded with his army, bringing Higashiharima, the territory of the Taira family, under his control.
  991. In the Battle of Itsukushima in 1555, which was a breakthrough for the success of the Mori clan, the Kobayakawa navy lead by Takakage defeated the Ouchi navy lead by Harukata SUE and established a naval blockade, thus contributing greatly to the victory of the Mori forces.
  992. In the Battle of Kanna-gawa River after the Honno-ji Incident, he assisted the family head Ujinao and put Kazumasu TAKIGAWA to rout.
  993. In the Battle of Kawagoe-jo Castle (the so-called Night Battle of Kawagoe), though the Ogigayatsu-Uesugi force fought bravely, Tomosada, the head of the Ogigayatsu-Uesugi family, died on the battlefield, and the remains of the allied forces were scattered, shattering Tomosada's dream of recapturing Kawagoe-jo Castle.
  994. In the Battle of Kawagoe-jo Castle in 1546, he accomplished a meritorious service in which he persisted in the tact of holding the castle for about half a year, which became the cause of the Hojo army's triumph.
  995. In the Battle of Kawanakajima that broke out in 1555, Yoshimoto mediated between Harunobu TAKEDA and Kagetora NAGAO and achieved reconciliation between the two.
  996. In the Battle of Kayatsu which he took part in for his first battle as a page who had not yet his coming of age celebrated at that time, he carried the above-mentioned spear with a shaft being 6.3 m which he himself lacquered vermilion so that it would stand out in the battlefield, and he made an achievement of gaining a severed head with his spear.
  997. In the Battle of Komaki and Nagakute and the Battle of Toyama (Siege of Toyama Castle), which occurred in 1584 and 1585, he contained Narimasa SASSA.
  998. In the Battle of Komaki and Nagakute in 1584, his behavior received attention, and he finally took part on the side of Hideyoshi against Ieyasu TOKUGAWA from Mikawa Province and Nobukatsu (Nobuo) ODA.
  999. In the Battle of Komaki and Nagakute, Saikashu dispatched troops as far as around Osaka in cooperation with Negoroshu, and threatened the rear of Hideyoshi as he went to the front in Owari Province.
  1000. In the Battle of Komaki and Nagakute, he fought against Kazumasu TAKIGAWA.

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