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  1. After the sudden death of Yogoro, the fifth, Shigeie KONPARU (fifth) kept the iemoto (the head family of the school).
  2. After the sudden death of her husband Yoshitoki, in July 1224, Iga no Kata and her older brother Mitsumune attempted to make her biological son Masamune the regent of the bakufu, and her son-in-low Sanemasa ICHIJO the shogun.
  3. After the sudden death of his father, he actively worked as an assistant of Ujiyasu OTOMO who succeeded the reigns of Otomo clan.
  4. After the suicide of her husband, his mother moved to Edo with her three sons.
  5. After the suppression of Kanto, Yoritomo invited Court nobles from Kyoto to Kamakura, and made them aids to government affairs.
  6. After the suppression, Takauji seceded from the Kenmu government in Kamakura and invaded Kyoto; in the following year, Takauji was defeated by the court's side, including Akiie KITABATAKE, Yoshisada NITTA, and Masashige KUSUNOKI, and escapted to Kyushu.
  7. After the surface layer is shaved, white part of the inner layer comes out.
  8. After the surface of koban was chiseled and weighing and inspection were performed, hallmarks of toryo (master) and zanin (hereditary officers of kin-za and gin-za in the Edo period) were punched and koban were handed over to Goto-tedai.
  9. After the surrender of Ako Castle, Shigeyuki moved to Fushimi and contributed to the campaign for the restoration of the Asano clan, which was led by Kuranosuke (Yoshio) OISHI.
  10. After the surrender of Edo-jo Castle, historians and other experts often considered the wars which followed to be directly connected with suppression by the new government army and the reaction of the resisting forces of the Ouetsu-reppan alliance.
  11. After the surrender of Kakegawa-jo Castle Ujizane relied on Go-Hojo clan, which was Ujizane's wife's family, and he entered into Izu Province Tokura-jo Castle (Izu Province) (later moved to Odawara).
  12. After the surrender of Koyasan Temple, Hideyoshi announced that they must not hide rebels and criminals and that they could accept only hermits.
  13. After the surrender of Northern Alliance leader, Sendai Domain, the remaining shogunate forces, led by Takeaki ENOMOTO, also surrendered at Goryokaku fortress in Hakodate City, bringing an end to the Boshin War in 1869.
  14. After the surrender of the Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple
  15. After the surrender of the castle to the enemy, he received the message 'keep staying in the castletown and control people in the town' from the Military Affairs Bureau of New Government Army and served as 'Wakamatsu Torishimari' (Controller of Wakamatsu).
  16. After the surrender, a small group of retainers including Kuranosuke OISHI and Chuzaemon YOSHIDA went to Enrin-ji Temple and dealt with the remaining domain duties until June 26.
  17. After the surrender, he made himself a hostage and went to Kyoto for post-war activities; that contributed to the continuance of the Shimazu clan.
  18. After the surrender, however, discipline in the Tang army became corrupted and Kokushi could not stand to see men, women, and children left behind in Baekje to be killed or raped.
  19. After the surrender, the Aizu domain fell subject to Kaieki (the samurai's forfeiture of rank and property), and the Matsudaira family became subject to Kamei-Danzetsu (forfeiture of the family name) but on November 3, 1869 was given the right to rebuild the family.
  20. After the surrendering of the castle in peace, Takumi no Kami went back to Ako, but Kuranosuke stayed on and administered Matsuyama-jo Castle for about a year and half until Shigehiro ANDO became the new castle lord the following year.
  21. After the sword fight incident, he took charge of the Kira investigation as well as serving as assistant coroner to Asano Takumi no Kami, who later committed suicide by disembowelment.
  22. After the sword fight incident, he was punished with house arrest, then had his territory confiscated and was sentenced to Eiazuke (life confinement) in Hiroshima Domain.
  23. After the syncretism of Shinto and Buddhism, people believed that the Buddha, who was supposed to give salvation, also caused tatari as other divine spirits of the Shinto did.
  24. After the system of Nyoin was established in the middle of the Heian period, In no cho, Nyoin's domestic governing institution, was established modeled after the Retired Emperor.
  25. After the system of cloistered government was ended by what is known as the 'Coup of the Third Year of Jisho' in 1179, Myoun was once again appointed Tendai Zasu and promoted to the rank of Daisojo (highest rank of a Buddhist monk) in 1182.
  26. After the system of senkyoshi (Shinto missionaries), which had failed to teach the specifics to the people, was abolished, the 'sanjo no kyosoku' (Three Teachings) was established for the public's education, which was carried out by the Ministry of Religion and involved Shinto, Buddhism and Confucianism.
  27. After the taking of the yunoko and putting it into the rice bowl and soup bowl with the attached yunoko ladle, hot water is poured into both bowls and this makes rice with hot water using the small amount of rice left in the rice bowl.
  28. After the technique of sake made in the winter was established in Itami in 1667 by improving the preparation of kanshu, all other sake brewing was forbidden in 1673 as part the sake brewing control (the ban on sake brewing except in winter).
  29. After the temple was destroyed, the original grave was kept safe by a person called Ganchi INOUE and was called Otani Dojo.
  30. After the temple was relocated to its present place, its sango-jigo (mountain name-temple name) was changed to Kakushosan Hogo-ji Temple.
  31. After the ten archers had completed the Kasagake archery event, the winners were determined by the number of targets hit by the archers drawn together in the ballot.
  32. After the tennyo dances a little while, Wakeikazuchi no kami appears.
  33. After the theory of samurai function
  34. After the theory presented by TAKEDA
  35. After the third Shogun MINAMOTO no Sanetomo was killed by his nephew Kugyo (a son of Sanetomo's brother, the second Shogun MINAMOTO no Yoriie), the Hojo clan held power.
  36. After the third generation Sanetomo MINAMOTO died and the rule of Minamoto Shoguns came to an end, Shikken took the control of the bakufu.
  37. After the third head of SatomiI family Yoshimichi died, the Dog Warriors, being elderly, transferred the head of the family to their sons and confined themselves to Mt. Toyama.
  38. After the thirteenth Shogun Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA was killed by Hisahide MATSUNAGA, one of the Miyoshi sanninshu (three chief retainers of the Miyoshi clan), in the Eiroku Incident in 1565, Yoshihide was supported as a candidate to be the fourteenth Shogun by the Miyoshi sanninshu and Hisahide MATSUNAGA, among others.
  39. After the threads are prepared, they are warped to set the warp on the loom. This process is called 'warping,' and a 'heddle' is prepared for the shuttle to be put through the weft.
  40. After the threat from the YAMANA clan was gone, Muramune re-started a feud with the Akamatsu clan over the supremacy and forced Masamura from Okishio-jo Castle to Mimasaka province while fighting with influential families of the Uragami clan such as Murakuni URAGAMI.
  41. After the three famous actors 'Dan-Giku-Sa' had died, he became the top actor in kabuki world and was called one of 'San-Emon' (three best actors with 'emon') along with Uzaemon ICHIMURA (the fifth) and Nizaemon KATAOKA (the eleventh).
  42. After the three retired Emperors were taken away, public affairs were suspended in the Northern Court, and there was either no Chikun no Kimi to issue commands from the ex-emperor or they did not have the three sacred emblems of the Imperial Family.
  43. After the time of Shinkokin Wakashu (New Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry), positions of cherry blossoms and snow reversed completely.
  44. After the time of Tadakuni, their territory was changed to Yamagata, Dewa Province, for having failed in the reforms.
  45. After the timetable returned to normal, restoration of cars commenced.
  46. After the tour is over, visitors are invited to sample whisky (Yamazaki 12 Years Old) with the exception of the drivers and minors.
  47. After the tournament, he received a Yokozuna license.
  48. After the tower was once possessed by a certain businessman and moved to Kamakura City, it was moved to the garden of Takanawa Prince Hotel in 1954, and is now called "Kannon-do Hall."
  49. After the training center was dissolved, he formed Kameyama Shachu using experiences here.
  50. After the transfer of national capital to the city of Heian-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in current Kyoto), Toba no Tsukurimichi (Toba New Road) was constructed by extending Suzaku-oji Street directly from the south of Rajo-mon Gate, and the road connected to the Yodo-gawa River System at Toba.
  51. After the transfer of national capital to the city of Heian-kyo in 794, the place was abandoned and used as agricultural land.
  52. After the transfer of the capital to Tokyo in 1870 Nijo-jo Castle came under the jurisdiction of the multiple capital system (Fukutosei), but in 1871the Ninomaru palace became a government office for Kyoto Prefecture.
  53. After the transfer of the headship, Ujimasa was first assigned to create a tax ledger (a list of territories and the amount of rice yield) of vassals of the Hojo clan (A land survey was conducted every change of a family head).
  54. After the transfer of the national capital to Nagaoka-kyo, there were times that Naramachi fell into a decline but, subsequently, it gradually became a booming area being the temple town of Todai-ji Temple and Kasuga-Taisha Shrine.
  55. After the transport
  56. After the travel dance, the kyojo converses with the ferryman but sadly, the ferryman mocks her, saying "show me some good insanity, if you don't I will not carry you on the boat."
  57. After the treaties were revised, foreigners were allowed to'live mixed together (with locals) in towns' and travel restrictions were lifted.
  58. After the trial he assisted Takeaki ENOMOTO, the Minister Plenipotentiary, who was sent to Russia as a special envoy for the negotiation to fix the national boundaries between Japan and Russia.
  59. After the trial, the Qing people were released, and returned to their homeland on September 13th.
  60. After the trial, the mastermind was sentenced to 12 years in prison and the other three suspects were sentenced to 9 years in prison.
  61. After the turbulent age died down, the role of comforting lord's boredom also became to be emphasized, and townspeople who rose suddenly and became innovative power were also called to the lord's presence as otogishu and became new culture bearers at the time of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  62. After the turmoil
  63. After the turmoil known as the Kanno-no-Joran War (turmoil of the Kanno), which was triggered by the Ashikaga clan's infighting, Takauji Ashikaga surrendered to the Southern Court, thus the Shohei unification was established and this allowed for his success in the recovery of Kyoto and Kamakura.
  64. After the turmoil, Tokiatsu HIRAMATSU, Kenrei (governor) of Niigata Prefecture, was dismissed, and Masataka KUSUMOTO was assigned to that post.
  65. After the turn of the year to 1682, however, Emperor Reigen took the offensive.
  66. After the twelfth century, with the clarification of official manor boundaries due to Shoen improvement, Han-fuyu (a system where Kokuga and Kyunushi shared Kanmotsu and Zoeki) gradually decreased.
  67. After the two Choshu Conquests ended in failure and Shogun Iemochi died from an illness, Yoshinobu became the next shogun and implemented in 1867 Keio Reforms, the last ones in the Edo period.
  68. After the two Yaichi KAWAKAMI and Yataro TAKI served as the post of the governor-general, Taketo AKANE took the post of governor-general and Aritomo YAMAGATA served as an Assistant Deputy General.
  69. After the two armies had made peace and the Western generals had dissolved their armies and returned to their domains, in August 1482 Yoshihiro made peace with Masamoto HOSOKAWA but the dispute with Masanaga continued.
  70. After the two men prayed, the sky cleared and the three Tengu (long-nosed demon) masters Nichiryo of India, Zenkai of Tang (China) and Tarobo of Japan appeared atop a large cedar tree leading tens of thousands of each of their descendants.
  71. After the unconditional surrender in 1945, it was abolished by the General Headquarters of the Supreme Commander of the Allied Powers (GHQ/SCAP).
  72. After the unification of Southern and Northern Courts
  73. After the unification of Southern and Northern Courts, it became the place of activities of the force of Gonancho (latter South Court).
  74. After the unification of the country, Hideyoshi attempted to dispatch troops to Korea (the Bunroku-Keicho War); however, Soshitsu strongly opposed that Japan should not battle against Korea which was an important trading partner.
  75. After the unification, Gokameyama accepted the treatment as a dependent of the bakufu after he entered Daikaku-ji Temple.
  76. After the upheavals in the West Jin period, hogan was detached from its use as an indication one's birthplace, to a genealogical meaning that indicates the origin of the first ancestor.
  77. After the upper part of citron is cut away, the citron is hollowed and is stuffed with miso, Japanese pepper, walnut, and the like; then the upper part which was first cut away is placed on top as a lid.
  78. After the victory in the Battle of Mukden, he contributed to the transport of the remaining employees of the Russian Red Cross Society.
  79. After the victory of the East squad
  80. After the victory, he and Hirobumi ITO signed the Treaty of Shimonoseki as delegates in 1895, and put an end to the war under the conditions which were advantageous to Japan.
  81. After the villa fell out of use, the villagers founded a shrine in order to protect the site and named it 'Tenjinsha.'
  82. After the village name change, 'Tsukigase Bairin' became the common term, and the names are unified as 'Tsukigase Bairin' and 'Tsukigase Baikei' in "Tsukigase Sonshi" (Tsukigase Village History).
  83. After the visit to the World Exposition in Paris and European countries, Akitake studied in Paris, but he was ordered to return home by the new government because of Taisei Hokan (transfer of power back to the Emperor) in 1867 and came back in December.
  84. After the war
  85. After the war (in 1949), the Keihan Line, Katano Line, Uji Line, Keishin Line and Ishiyama-Sakamoto Line were separated to form Keihan Electric Railway.
  86. After the war Hideyoshi assigned to be Gon-Dainagon by Imperial Court.
  87. After the war Tadaakira MATSUDAIRA moved into Osaka-jo Castle, and undertook the revival of Osaka.
  88. After the war Western powers took the opportunity of weakening Qing to start divisions in China.
  89. After the war against the bakufu, although the Yamana clan was permitted to have successors, only two members of the clan were allowed to serve as shugoshiki (provincial constables), Tokihiro, in charge of the Tajima Province, and Ujiyuki, in charge of the Hoki Province, both of who were sons of Tokiyoshi YAMANA.
  90. After the war began tondenhei together with kobihei soldiers (soldiers in service after reserve duty) remained in Japan for the first time.
  91. After the war broke out, Sumiyoshi led the navy together with Aritomo YAMAGATA as Sangun (Commander in chief) and transport soldiers and goods by sea, and bombarded shores to put down the war.
  92. After the war ended, Himiko of the Yamatai-Koku kingdom became the king (queen) of Wa.
  93. After the war ended, he assumed the post of Sangi (councilor) and Kaigunkyo (Minister of the navy) and continued to modernize the navy, but he took a distance from the political circles unlike Aritomo YAMAGATA.
  94. After the war ended, however, Michiie KUJO, the Sessho, was removed due to the dethronement of Emperor Chukyo.
  95. After the war fundamentally different evolutions were given to Kokushi kasei joso based on the dynastic polity theory.
  96. After the war he became a teacher at Hosei University.
  97. After the war he became ronin (masterless samurai) and served Masamune DATE, and later with the mediation of Masamune DATE, he served as hatamoto (bannermen) under Yorifusa TOKUGAWA of the Mito-Tokugawa family.
  98. After the war he had his territory diminished (to 9550 koku; about 1.7 million liters of crop yield) for not unveiling the secret communication but returned to daimyo later.
  99. After the war he received an order to defend Taiwan, and commanded the Taiwan conquest army, but died of illness in the battlefront in 1895.
  100. After the war he seceded from the Imperial Family in 1947.
  101. After the war he was approved of his landownership, becoming the first lord of Komoro Domain in Shinano Province.
  102. After the war in 1223, the Kayain was set fire and lost, however, it was never rebuilt again, in fear of the bakufu.
  103. After the war in 1945, Hirai established 'Korindo aikido' to pass down Dai Nippon Butoku-kai aikido, and it was considered a separate lineage from Ueshiba school.
  104. After the war period, he was appointed as Uemon no jo (the third ranked official of the Right Division of Outer Palace Guards) by Emperor Goshirakawa, however, this appointment, which was done without MINAMOTO no Yoritomo's prior consent, provoked Yoritomo's outrage.
  105. After the war the amount of his stipend was reduced from 14,000 koku to 65 koku, his castle was confiscated, and his vassals were deprived of the social status of samurai class.
  106. After the war the islands practically became Japan's colony as her mandate.
  107. After the war was over, he made an effort to rebuild the exhausted and devastated land with the support of his uncle TAIRA no Yoshifumi.
  108. After the war, "Kyoen Kankan Kohen" (The first volume of Kyoen Kankan) was published by the archaeology research institute of Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1957 and "Kyoen Kankan Kootsuhen" (The 2nd volume of Kyoen Kankan) by Institute of Archaeology of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences in 1980.
  109. After the war, 'tokonoma' became less popular, since people remarkably started to lose interest in kakejiku of 'Nihon ga' (Japanese paintings), and the westernization of people's lifestyle,
  110. After the war, Eiyu Shikan (hero-centered historiography) or Kokoku Shikan (emperor-centered historiography which is based on state Shinto) were eliminated and the empirical study on the medieval history or the Takeda clan were conducted.
  111. After the war, Gokoku-jinja Shrine came to also enshrine self-defense officials who died on duty, replacing military men, and the application for collective enshrinement came to be handled by the Provincial Liaison Office of the Self Defense Forces and Taiyukai.
  112. After the war, Gokoku-jinja Shrines were deemed to be militaristic institutions and thus were forced to change names based on, e.g., the name of the place, deleting 'Gokoku-jinja,' to survive.
  113. After the war, Gonjuro KAWARAZAKI III's dandy was a masterpiece.
  114. After the war, Ichii was granted 10,000 rice paddies from Mononobe's former domains for his meritorious deeds.
  115. After the war, Japan reversed its original stance to seek equality among the great powers when it concerns Manchuria, and planned to share rights equally with Russia.
  116. After the war, Japan was placed under control of General Headquarters (GHQ), and enacted the Constitution of Japan based upon the national system with Emperor as a symbol of the unity of the people, on popular sovereignty and on pacifism.
  117. After the war, Kagekatsu had a younger brother of his confidant Kanetsugu NAOE, called Yoshichi HIGUCHI, adopted, whereupon he took on the Oguni clan and changed the name to Okuni.
  118. After the war, Kukatachi-shinji (the ritual of Kukatachi) started to be performed in honour of this tradition.
  119. After the war, Kuroda firmly demanded to save Enomoto's life, even by shaving his head to show his sincerity, and had a conflict for long time with those who demanded a severe punishment for Enomoto.
  120. After the war, Musashi wrote a letter to the lord of Nobeoka-jo Castle, Naozumi ARIMA, and said "I was also hit by rocks thrown (by the rebel militia) and almost was seriously wounded on the shin."
  121. After the war, Myoinni was awarded a stipend of about 5400 koku of land in Ushiku, Hitachi Province by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, the land which was succeeded by Kunishige.
  122. After the war, Nobunaga's political contributions were appreciated and his image as a reformer was strengthened.
  123. After the war, Norizane left future affairs in his brother, Kiyokata UESUGI's hand, and retreated to Izu Kokusei-ji Temple to become priest and called himself Untoan Chotokogan.
  124. After the war, ONO no Hatayasu is considered to have been forgiven and served Emperor Tenmu and Empress Jito.
  125. After the war, Ryosuke ISHII and Koji FUKUFUJI collected the laws and regulations issued in 1838 and later published "Bakumatsu Ofuregaki shusei" (Ofuregaki shusei in the end of the Edo bakufu).
  126. After the war, SAEKI no Ome was allotted 80 households.
  127. After the war, Sadaichi TAKAHASHI advanced a theory that Tokinaga HAMURO authored the work.
  128. After the war, Sadataka became a vassal of Ieyasu and received the additional yield of 6,000 koku, resulting in the Koizumi Domain with 16,000 koku.
  129. After the war, Shinzei was accused of being responsible for the war and his sons were also all exiled for being implicated in it, among whom Shigenori was exiled to Shimotsuke Province.
  130. After the war, Soshun TAKEDA and others proposed that a volume of 'Takekawa' was written by the other author based on incoherent statements about the characters' official ranks.
  131. After the war, Suenaga ordered "Moko Shurai Ekotoba" aka. "Takesaki Suenaga Ekotoba" to be drawn, in which his achievements and his trip to Kamakura were depicted, and he offered the picture scroll to Kosa-jinja Shrine.
  132. After the war, Taganojo ONOE III, now Tanosuke SAWAMURA VI, was perfect for the role.
  133. After the war, Tokyu Corporation ran the shop as a Chinese restaurant without Rosanjin's intervention, but before long, it closed; the site became the Tokyo Hilton hotel (later it became Capitol Tokyu Hotel).
  134. After the war, Ujimitsu did not take Takatomo's life and only punished him with confiscation of part of the territory.
  135. After the war, Umako enthroned Hatsusebe no Miko as Emperor Sushun.
  136. After the war, Watamaro was appointed to sangi (royal advisor) because his performance in the war was appreciated.
  137. After the war, Yoshimori had an argument with Shigetada HATAKEYAMA over who should be awarded for the killing of Kunihira.
  138. After the war, Yoshitada apologized to Yoshimitsu, but the shogun did not accept this and forfeited the Kii and Mimasaka provinces from him and gave them to Yoshihiro OUCHI and Yoshinori AKAMATSU respectively.
  139. After the war, Zenshinza succeeded in reviving the scene at the Osaka Kabuki theater in July 1946.
  140. After the war, a view appeared that he was a common military commander in Eastern Japan who was entrusted with an important duty beyond his capability.
  141. After the war, aiming to shift from philosophy to literature, he quit his job and entered the graduate school of the University of Tokyo in order to study under Yutaka TATSUNO, but Tatsuno retired that very year.
  142. After the war, as momentum for restoring Kamigata rakugo heightened, the Ebisubashi Shochiku theater (of Sentochi Kogyo (later Nippon Dream Kanko)) opened in Minami (the southern area of Osaka City).
  143. After the war, bicycles and motorcycles began to be commonly used with the delivery man balancing a tall stack of numerous seiro on a shoulder with one hand while holding the handlebar with the other which was the symbolic sight of soba restaurant business at one time.
  144. After the war, chinology and kangaku were collectively referred to as "chugokugaku" (Chinese studies), as it is regarded inappropriate to use the term of 'china.'
  145. After the war, due to a backlash against the rigorous enforcement of martial arts from before the war to during the war--which was something of a national policy--people's feelings toward the martial arts became very harsh.
  146. After the war, due to the enforcement of Act on National Holidays, it is not a national holiday anymore, and the rite is performed only in the Three Shrines in the Imperial Court and Ise-jingu Shrine.
  147. After the war, during the rapid economic growth period, the demand for the weave increased, and its production output and the number of the association members were at its highest numbers ever, but the oil crisis, bubble economy and burst of the bubble caused its decline.
  148. After the war, evaluations of Ieyasu have been made freely.
  149. After the war, finally large repairs along Watarase-gawa River were carried out by the order of the government.
  150. After the war, fundoshi came to be looked upon negatively as an existence just like a symbol of what the former army left behind, from the antipathy toward having been forced to wear it.
  151. After the war, having served as Kumamoto Chindai Army Bakuryo-Sanbo-Fukucho (subchief of general staff), he was promoted to Army Lieutenant Colonel in May, 1885 and took the position of the Hohei First Rentaicho (chief of the First Foot Soldiers regiment).
  152. After the war, he accompanied Ujinao HOJO to visit Mt. Koya.
  153. After the war, he appeared on modern plays and avant-garde plays as well as kyogen with his brother Mansaku.
  154. After the war, he became the student of the Imperial Japanese Naval Academy department of torpedo and mine arts, and then he served on the torpedo and mine carrier, "Karasaki." (submarine carrier)
  155. After the war, he continued to remain in the castle to protect it under the order of his lord Nagamori despite the fact that Nagamori's shoryo (territory) was confiscated after the war and Nagamori was staying in Koyasan.
  156. After the war, he deserted to the East Squad and attacked Shigetsugu ONOGI and, later, partly because of Fujitaka's intervention, he was allowed to keep his territory.
  157. After the war, he executed the surrendered enemy general, TAIRA no Iehiro and his son.
  158. After the war, he got Shoryo Ando (act of providing authorization for land ownership and guaranteeing feudal tenure) from Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  159. After the war, he interacted with actors other than Noh actors by participating in group of Noh Renaissance, Hana no kai (group of flower) and Mei no kai (group of dark), and also played an important role in the study of the records of oral teachings by Zeami.
  160. After the war, he left "The Diary of TSUKI no Muraji Omi."
  161. After the war, he lived in Kamakura and became close to Ton SATOMI.
  162. After the war, he not only retained his territory in the Shorokuto Island but also was granted Akita-gun County in the Dewano-kuni Province (presently Minamiakita-gun, Katagami City, and Akita City of Akita Prefecture).
  163. After the war, he received Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun as well as the Order of the Golden Kite in the 2nd class for his achievement on April 1, 1906, and on July 6 in the same year, he moved to the Chief of the 3rd Division, and on September 21, 1907 he was given the title of baron to rank with peerage.
  164. After the war, he released "Entotsu no mieru basho (Where Chimneys Are Seen)," a movie based on Rinzo SHIINA's "Mujaki na hitobito (ingenuous people)." This movie provided a 'new style of laughter.'
  165. After the war, he returned to Toho.
  166. After the war, he returned to Yamato Province and spent the rest of his life there.
  167. After the war, he returned to the screen with "Nagaya Shinshiroku" (The Record of a Tenement Gentleman).
  168. After the war, he served FUJIWARA no Yoritsune as an attendant.
  169. After the war, he served as Department Director of Military Government of Taiwan Sotoku-fu, then the Chief Staff Officer of the above army and Executive Secretary of Military Affairs Bureau of the army concurrently.
  170. After the war, he served as a public officer such as danjodai (police or supervisor for public servants) and a pioneer and also, he worked in the Hokkaido development commission (1886-1947).
  171. After the war, he successively assumed office as Staff Officer of Kangunbu (an organization of Japanese Army), Chief of the 5th Infantry Regiment of Chindai (garrison) in Sendai, Staff Officer of the above Chindai and so on, then in April 1886, was promoted to Colonel of the Army.
  172. After the war, he successively served as Staff officer of Chindai in Tokyo and vice-chief of general administration office, then in October 1882, he assumed office as Commander of Tokyo Eiju (one of government general of Imperial Army), in June 1883, Chief of the 11th Infantry Regiment and in April 1887, Colonel of the Army.
  173. After the war, he succumbed to a disease in 1954 when the revival of Sado (tea ceremony) was in the bud and after repeated hospitalization, he died without being able to devote himself to family business.
  174. After the war, he supported the comedy revival with films including "Jiyu Gakko" (lit. "School of Freedom") and "Honjitsu Kyushin" (No Consultation Today) which were a comedic portrayal of post-war live.
  175. After the war, he tackled the governmental reforms of Satsuma Domain.
  176. After the war, he thanked Iwashimizu Hachiman-gu Shrine in the suburb of Kyoto for the victory and called on its deity to found Tsuboi Hachiman-gu Shrine at Tsuboi, Kawachi Province, the foothold of the clan.
  177. After the war, he took on Military Sangi Councilor and Governor of Eiju in Tokyo, and received the Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun with Paulownia Flower and the Order of the Golden Kite in the 1st class.
  178. After the war, he took over as the head of the Naruse head family instead of his elder brother.
  179. After the war, he was able to marry a daughter of the Hitachi Taira clan (specifically, the Yoshida family), thereby making their strength his own.
  180. After the war, he was appointed sama no kami.
  181. After the war, he was awarded an additional 1600 koku in Soma Country, Shimosa Province, bringing his total ownership of land to7000 koku.
  182. After the war, he was conferred the baronage for his military merits.
  183. After the war, he was conferred the title of count for his distinguished military service.
  184. After the war, he was expelled from his official position.
  185. After the war, he was given the name Kim Chung-seon to honor his achievement and he became a naturalized citizen.
  186. After the war, he was granted with Tajima Province as an enfeoffment
  187. After the war, he was immersed in art, such as making pottery and drawing pictures, in Ayabe.
  188. After the war, he was not only permitted to maintain his main territory, but also had two counties added in Kaga Province which was the former territory of Morimasa SAKUMA, and he moved to Oyama-jo Castle (later Kanazawa-jo Castle).
  189. After the war, he was ordered by the Domain to go to Tokyo and entered the Daigaku Nanko (predecessor of the University of Tokyo).
  190. After the war, he was promoted to Army General and assumed office as newly established Governor General in Kanto.
  191. After the war, he was transferred to Harimahimeji with property increased to 520,000 koku, and he changed his name to Terumasa.
  192. After the war, he went back to Hollywood and became a well-reputed supporting actor, receiving nominations for the Best Supporting Actor Academy Award for his role in "The Bridge on the River Kwai" in 1957.
  193. After the war, he went through an unfortunate period, having to sell 'Hoshigaoka Saryo,' where the 'Bishoku Club' was based but, in 1954, the Rockefeller Foundation invited him to hold some exhibitions and lectures in Europe and America.
  194. After the war, he went to the capital (Kyoto) with Ieyasu to thank Nobunaga for approving his territory.
  195. After the war, he wrote "Daitouasenso Koteiron" (positive view on the Greater East Asia War) and so forth.
  196. After the war, his bond with the bakufu became stronger than ever, so that in 1222 he was promoted to High Chancellor and raised to Juichii (Junior First Rank) the following year in 1223, until he, along with his adopted son-in-law, Michiie KUJO, controlled all the real power at the imperial court.
  197. After the war, his distinguished war service at the Siege of Osaka was considered, and he became the lord of Osaka Domain in Settsu Province with 100 thousand koku by special order of Ieyasu, then he tried war-damage reconstruction.
  198. After the war, his evaluation was turned back, and there is a small park on the site of Masuda's birthplace now.
  199. After the war, his nephew Tadatoki SHIMAZU succeeded the post of Wakasa shugoshiki.
  200. After the war, his territory was confiscated (according to the article of December 6, 1185 in "Azuma Kagami" [a chronicle of the early history of the Kamakura Bakufu]).
  201. After the war, his work, 'Afterglow' won special recognition at the third Nitten (the Japan Fine Arts Exhibition) of 1947.
  202. After the war, history has been released from the restrictions of nationalistic views of history and has achieved many important results.
  203. After the war, however, Ieyasu, by his sole discretion, distributed shoryo (territory) of the head family of Toyotomi (head family of Hashiba).
  204. After the war, however, Saigoku Daimyo (Japanese territorial lord in western Japan), having suffered from too heavy a military service for the war, was impoverished.
  205. After the war, however, they often acted as a host of a TV or radio program as well as being a radio personality as a sideline, taking advantage of their verbal skills.
  206. After the war, in 1946, the law was revised to expand the autonomy, but in the next year, 1947, the law was repealed when The Constitution of Japan and Local Autonomy Law came into effect.
  207. After the war, in September, he served as an envoy to explain the government's position to the Imperial Court, and in 1249, he raised himself to Hikitsukeshu (Coadjutor of the High Court).
  208. After the war, in line with the recovery of Japanese economy, the production of Uchiwa fan gradually recovered from around 1950.
  209. After the war, it gained independence, using the old name of the To-ji School of the Shingon Sect, from the Daishingon sect on February 1946.
  210. After the war, it greatly influenced the techniques of the combat skill of the Self-Defense Forces and taihojutsu (arresting art) of the police, and training continues today among riot police, etc.
  211. After the war, it is determined and still remains to be a national holiday as The Emperor's Birthday.
  212. After the war, it separated from "University Press" by April of 1946, and under the new title of "Gakuen Press," it was published with the whole Kansai area students as its target.
  213. After the war, it was often used in the films, such as Godzilla, as background music in the scene where Self-Defense Forces were sent out.
  214. After the war, it was restored because of its miyabi (elegance) aspect.
  215. After the war, kake suikan were used as informal wear for female Shinto Priests, but in the 1990s, female Shinto Priests' costumes were newly established and suikan were left out of the dress code system of the Association of Shinto Shrine.
  216. After the war, manufacturing output was increased by new construction or expansion projects of factories and business establishments in the Hanshin Industrial Zone; however, because of unipolar concentration of Tokyo, headquarters and business establishments have continued to move to Tokyo thereafter.
  217. After the war, many of the Hoan-den were dismantled or buried in the ground, but not all goshin-ei portraits were returned to the emperor.
  218. After the war, not only composers of traditional Japanese music but also composers of classical music who were unfamiliar with traditional Japanese music started to collaborate in the creation of music.
  219. After the war, not only traditional culture but also modern cultural industries such as animation, Japanese Manga (cartoons) and otaku ("nerd" culture) are increasingly popular in the West and various parts of Asia.
  220. After the war, on December 31, 672, retainers who made great contributions to the victory were promoted to the ranks of Shosen or higher.
  221. After the war, on February 3, 1946, he opened the Osaka Hiranocho shop.
  222. After the war, on the other hand, outdoor Noh plays at night called 'Takigi Noh' (firelight Noh, performed by the light of torches or bonfires) became popular (originally the performance of Takigi Noh was started in the daytime and finishes at dusk).
  223. After the war, provisions of Charter Oath was quoted in Humanity declaration of the Emperor Showa on January 1, 1946.
  224. After the war, rental comic became established as one of the inexpensive supply systems of comics and it was a mainstream until the 1950s.
  225. After the war, samurai in Bando started to serve Kawachi-Genji.
  226. After the war, she became overweight and was gradually relegated by new stars to minor roles, such as a role of the mother of Hideki TAKAHASHI (an actor) in Otoko no Monsho (Man's Crest) series (1963 - 1966).
  227. After the war, she became self-employed, but she divorced Makino (in 1950) and subsequently married (in 1953) and divorced (in 1965) Koji SHIMA, and her private life was unfortunate.
  228. After the war, she was baptized a Christian, and lived a quiet and secluded life as a Catholic for her remaining life.
  229. After the war, some Buddhist practitioners have reflected on having enshrined 'spirits' that contradict Buddhism and on having been subservient to the concept of eirei.
  230. After the war, some companies went into the production of low-malt beer, deciding not to produce beer because they could use less malt for low-malt beer and the entry cost and tax on low-malt beer was lower than that of beer.
  231. After the war, some of the designated Gokoku-jinja Shrines became the Association of Shinto Shrines' Beppyo-jinja Shrines listed on the exceptional list.
  232. After the war, the Emperor denied being an absolute god (Arahitogami: kami who appears in this world in human form).
  233. After the war, the Emperor was keen to restore the traditional events of the Imperial Palace; however, it didn't go so well, and he died on September 28, 1500
  234. After the war, the General Headquarters of the Allied Powers (GHQ) pushed through the farmland reform to reform the parasitic landlord system which had become a hotbed of Japanese militarism, and it turned many farmers into land-owning farmers.
  235. After the war, the Hosokawa family became one of powerful daimyo with more than 390,000 koku of the Buzen Province and Bungo Province (a part of present Fukuoka Prefecture and Oita Prefecture); Yasuyuki was assigned the Kitsuki-jo Castle in Bungo Province and was bestowed fief of 25,000 koku.
  236. After the war, the Ise-jingu Shrine was no longer affiliated with the state and became a religious corporation under the Shinto Directive and the Constitution of Japan.
  237. After the war, the Ko clan went to their terrirory, Shinomura, Tanba, to recruit 23,000 soldiers for raising an army.
  238. After the war, the Kyoto Higashi Interchange of the Meishin Expressway, the Gojo By-pass, (present-day National Route 1), Kyoto Outer Loop Expressway, and the Kosai Line leading to Tsuruga, were constructed.
  239. After the war, the Sennyu-ji school became independent from the Daishingon sect, and on September 30, 1952, it became certified as an ecclesiastical corporation Shingon sect Sennyu-ji school.
  240. After the war, the Shogun's former authority transferred to the Kanrei Masamoto HOSOKAWA, who rose to prominence as a figure of tremendous power.
  241. After the war, the Tang Dynasty occupied the former territories of Kudara and Koguryo and put political pressure on Silla as well, but this did not continue for long.
  242. After the war, the Treaty of Tianjin was concluded and its provision clearly stated that both China and Britain should be positioned as "equally independent nations."
  243. After the war, the abolition of the facilities caused the exclusive line leading to Kori and Nakamiya to become a road, but the exclusive line in Hosono, converted for the facilities of US forces and the Self Defense Force after the war, was used afterward as well and a bit of the original line still remains.
  244. After the war, the academic research on Miyaza developed rapidly.
  245. After the war, the border between Nagaragawa Chuo Fisheries Cooperative Association and Nagaragawa Fisheries Cooperative Association (the upstream of the junction of Nagara-gawa River, Ima-gawa River and Ibo-gawa River) became the border of Nagara and Oze.
  246. After the war, the ceremony was continued along with Koshitu Rei (Imperial Household) ordinance, although this law was eventually abolished.
  247. After the war, the ceremony's name was changed to 'Shihohai' and it was conducted as a private function of the Imperial Family.
  248. After the war, the company also manufactured rucksacks and tents and became known for various bags based on bags for workers.
  249. After the war, the father and son were granted 125,000 koku in Nakatsu City, Buzen Province for their achievements.
  250. After the war, the number of the fundoshi users decreased considerably, and fundoshi was reduced to something like an out-of-date undergarment that only elderly men wore, under the influence of following circumstances.
  251. After the war, the operation was restarted in 1950, and until the revision of March 2001 this type of train was operated nonstop between Osaka City and Kyoto City.
  252. After the war, the pair was Danjuro ICHIKAWA (the eleventh) and Baiko ONOE (the seventh).
  253. After the war, the reputation turned back to the prewar state, and the site of his birthplace has become just a small park.
  254. After the war, the restriction was abolished and translations by Fumiko ENCHI, Seiko TANABE, Jakucho SETOUCHI and so on were published.
  255. After the war, the same day became a national holiday 'Culture Day,' which had, officially, nothing to do with the Meiji festival and had its origin as the day when the Constitution of Japan was announced on November 3, 1946.
  256. After the war, the shinuchi promotion system changed a few times.
  257. After the war, the similar 'Backgammon' was played, however, it is considered that there is no historical continuity between the board Sugoroku and Backgammon.
  258. After the war, the study became active from 1955.
  259. After the war, the toyo kanji (kanji for general use) reform meant that the two traditional ben '辯' and '辨' characters were replaced by a single simplified character '弁' that is now generally used to write the name Benzaiten '弁才天' or '弁財天.'
  260. After the war, this resulted in a temporary strengthening of Wakoku's influence over Kudara, but assistance from Kudara's old ally Wakoku was indispensible for their restoration.
  261. After the war, this scene was performed only by Eno ICHIKAWA, Mitsugoro BANDO (the eighth) and Tomijuro NAKAMURA (the fifth) in December 1986.
  262. After the war, this sort of ambiance has gradually faded, but there are still some restaurants that offer good soba and sake in hushed calmness where one can enjoy a unique atmosphere which sets them apart from other places.
  263. After the war, tondenhei reservists remained as they were, as soldiers who usually did their jobs, but were called up for service only during wars and in the annual training.
  264. After the war, tourism became the main business of Yamanashi Prefecture due to the change in the structure of industry.
  265. After the war, trees were cut down on a large scale as forest roads were laid out, which reached its peak around the latter half of 1950s to the middle of 1960s.
  266. After the war, under the new educational system, To-ji Kotogakko (To-ji Senior High School), established by Shingon-shu Kyoto Gakuen, became Rakunan High School.
  267. After the war, when contemporary Kendo was revived under the All Japan Kendo Federation, the student Kendo world prohibited Nito following the pre-war way, so Nito students became very few in number.
  268. After the war, when he came back, his dissolute and spontaneous performance style became popular, and he became a popular story teller.
  269. After the war, when the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) was established by Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, the Tokugawa clan started to speak to Joseon Dynasty and Ming Dynasty to normalize the diplomatic relations between Japan and these countries.
  270. After the war, when the burial ground for Tokugawa family at Zojo-ji was sold to Seibu Railway Co., Ltd., Kodaiin's grave was also dug up and her height was determined to be 143.8 cm.
  271. After the war, while stalls selling horumonyaki became referred to as 'horumonyaki-ya' or 'chosen ryori-ya' (lit. Korean food shop), restaurants started business in Shinjuku which sold high quality meat such as sirloin and beef ribs in addition to small intestine such as mountain chain tripe and bible tripe.
  272. After the war, with Kiyomori's advancement in life and through the process of establishment of Taira clan government, he was incorporated under the government.
  273. After the war, with the abolition of the Privy Council, he retired from all the public posts that he had held until then.
  274. After the wedding ceremony held on September 2, 1497, she practically became the lawful wife (in the court noble society at the time, the position of a lawful wife was granted only after the formal marriage ceremony).
  275. After the whole of Shosoin was placed under administration by the Meiji Government in 1875, the south section reverted back to Chokufu.
  276. After the wind passed, there remained only crushed houses, beams, and pillars.
  277. After the withdrawal of occupation forces in 1951, the amount of consumption of sake finally began to grow.
  278. After the work called 'Togi' to knead Shiroshita-to on the tray adding moderate amounts of water to grind sugar particle, kneaded sugar is filled in a linen cloth, put into a box called 'Oshibune,' and squeezed by placing a heavy stone to extract black molasses.
  279. After the work of preservation and repair conducted in September 1978, it was found out that the sword has inscription composed of 115 letters inlaid with gold.
  280. After the work was completed, the bakufu bestowed Mansuke TSUTSUI and nine others with ten silver coils each a reward for the achievement of compiling the book.
  281. After the work was completed, the lodgings were removed.
  282. After the year of 1880 the quota was ignored practically, it became a kind of waiting post for a prefectural governor and high officials of the government by getting a new post.
  283. After the year of hashika-e in 1863, awate-e due to the Namamugi Incident and the Anglo-Satsuma War.
  284. After the young Princess Akashi entered the Imperial Court and Onna San no Miya, an Imperial Princess, married Hikaru Genji, Onna Sannomiya lived in the west part of the main hall.
  285. After the young load (MINAMOTO no Yoriie) was born safely, he and his father Kagetoki presented a sword for self-protection.
  286. After the 身欠き (migaki) process, the fish are filleted into three pieces, which is sometimes called '磨き' (migaki).
  287. After their advice was approved, they went over to Korea to solve the problem by negotiation, but failed.
  288. After their arrival in Fukuhara, they discussed transfer of the capital and it was decided that Wada would be the candidate for constructing a new capital.
  289. After their arrival, the Emperor Shomu's memorial service called Kyosan Hoyo is held.
  290. After their death, both of them were buried in the grave of Katsuragawa family in Jogyo-ji Temple in Mita, Meguro Ward, Tokyo, but now the grave exists in Kamikasuya, Isehara City, Kanagawa Prefecture due to the relocation of the temple.
  291. After their death, the bodies were divided by many people to send all over the world as the bodies of the first martyrs in Japan and revered.
  292. After their deaths he performed in various Kabuki plays together with Jakuemon NANAMURA IV and Tojuro SAKATA IV as a mogul female impersonator.
  293. After their failure in the Baku-cho War (war between bakufu and Choshu) carried out in 1865, the authority of Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) collapsed, and in 1867, the noticeboards (that says Choshu clan is Emperor's enemy) placed by the bakufu were frequently pulled out in Kyoto.
  294. After their father Motohide passed away in 1995, Shoko was active with her sister, Junko and brother Motoya almost in isolation from 'Noh gaku' ('Noh' music) world.
  295. After their marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Ogura lived in Kamakura.
  296. After their marriage, she gave birth to two daughters, the Princess Michiko and the Princess Toyoko, but was not blessed with a single son, thus she officially claimed the Fushiminomiya Imperial Prince Kunitada who was born to a Ie no Nyobo (a lady-in-waiting) to be her biological child.
  297. After their marriage, they are living in perfect harmony and have many children, moreover, Yugiri is deeply sincere and has only one concubine, To no Naishinosuke (a daughter of Genji's close retainer, Koremitsu), which was unusual in the period of polygynous practices.
  298. After their mission, the sword was returned to the Emperor.
  299. After their release in 1356, they returned to Kyoto in the following year, however, their demands for reinstatement of Emperor Suko and Imperial Prince Naohito were denied; in Kyoto, the younger bother of Emperor Suko, Emperor Kogon had been enthroned by Takauji until then.
  300. After their reserve fund was all used up in the Tenpo era, they issued an additional large number of five monme bills.
  301. After their surrender in Hakodate War, he became in custody of the Shizuoka clan, and was pardoned in March, 1870.
  302. After them, the clan didn't have influential people then fell to obscurity; after TAKASHINA no Hirotsune in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts in Japan, no court nobles came from the Takashina clan.
  303. After then, Sanehira again went to the front to attack Hidetake, however, suddenly died from a disease on the way to the front.
  304. After then, during the Edo period when Sento (public bathhouses) became widely used, it spread also among the common people.
  305. After then, he devoted himself to establish 'Ogawa school' of green tea ceremony, being supported by his contacts in the court nobles' society built up over years of his service as a Gotenni.
  306. After these Imperial Family ceremonies were finished and religious objects such as torii were removed from the funeral hall, the Chief Cabinet Secretary Keizo OBUCHI declared the national funeral ceremony's opening.
  307. After these battles, the resistance force policy party was nearly eliminated in Edo, and area surrounding the region.
  308. After these commands the Nojima clan of Murakami suigun navy became the vassals of the Mori clan and came to lead the Mori suigun navy.
  309. After these events, Empress Jingu and her prince returned in glory to the capital city Yamato.
  310. After these events, Ryukyu continued to be possessed by both Japan and China
  311. After these events, it is believed that the ikkoku heikinyaku system was officially established in the late 11th century, around the time of Emperor Gosanjo.
  312. After these events, priests of the Jishu and Ikko-shu sects (meaning the lineage of Shunjo IKKO as opposed to the Jodo Shinshu sect, later the Jishu Ikko-ha sect) came to perform it in missionary work, whereby it spread throughout the country.
  313. After these events, the northern extremity of Japan was pushed further to the region facing to the Tsugaru Straits (which was considered to be the eastern extremity at that time) until the end of Edo period before the modern era of Japan.
  314. After these problems, the vassals received Yoshihiro ASHINA, a son of Yoshishige SATAKE (the eighteenth head of the clan) as the head of the Ashina clan.
  315. After these processes are repeated, the entangled fibers eventually unravel and the structure of paper breaks down and is destroyed.
  316. After these sheets of colored candy have been arranged so that, once they have been rolled, Kintaro's face will appear on the cut end of the bar of candy when it is sliced crosswise, they are rolled up into a cylinder, stretched until the desired thickness has been achieved, and then cut to an appropriate length.
  317. After these types of pottery came Mimuro-yaki (Mimuro pottery), Mizorogaike-yaki (Mizorogaike pottery) and Shugakuin-yaki (Shugakuin pottery).
  318. After they admired Buddhism and got Buddhist sutras in Baekje, they received characters for the first time.
  319. After they arrived at Usa, Tsukushi Province, they were invited to the palace of Usatsuhiko and Usatsuhime, and let Usatsuhime marry their courtier, Ame no Taneko no Mikoto.
  320. After they ate up the sugar which their master had hid by lying, they took some action to excuse themselves for doing so.
  321. After they blamed the conduct, both parties started fighting and finally Riuemon decapitated Kihei.
  322. After they captured, Michinobu was exiled to Esashi County, Mutsu Province, and Michimasa was slashed to death, and then, many of the territories were forfeited.
  323. After they come home safely, people celebrate their return.
  324. After they come out, they will do the same thing, but they will be already empty and only able to make a crooked work.'
  325. After they completed the raid successfully, he was kept by the Hosokawa clan in the Kumamoto Domain, and on February 4, 1703, he committed hara-kiri and died of being beheaded by Chikasada YOSHIDA, a vassal of the Hosokawa family.
  326. After they defeated the retainers, Jujiro HAZAMA lanced something that moved in the back.
  327. After they finished bearing the Oyashima no kuni (Eight Great Islands) and other small islands, Izanagi and Izanami gave birth to gods.
  328. After they get their original gender identities back, they carve out their future and attain their highest social positions respectively: He became Kanpaku (chief adviser to the Emperor), while she became Chugu (the second consort of the Emperor).
  329. After they got approval for this project as a matter of form, they finally managed to hold the stage.
  330. After they left Ako-jo Castle, they did the remaining domain duties in Enrin-ji Temple and meanwhile they were given fuchi (stipend) for 29 people by bakufu.
  331. After they married, Takeko accompanied Yoshimune to Britain, where he studied at the University of Cambridge and worked in London, but after one and a half years, Takeko returned to Japan while Yoshimune stayed in Britain.
  332. After they moved to Tokyo, their performances changed to enhance their smart and refined style while retaining the characteristic softness of the Izumi school, and it is sometimes called ' Edomae (Tokyo style) kyogen.'
  333. After they reached Izumo through Tajima and Oki the next year, they dispatched a messenger concerning the intention of the reconstruction of the Amago family, and in five days three thousand troops consisting of former vassals of the Amago family gathered for Katsuhisa AMAGO.
  334. After they recognized the reality of their defeat, the members of the Taira clan started throwing themselves into the sea one after another.
  335. After they returned home they all transplanted experimental pharmacology into their own countries and became pioneers and leaders in that field.
  336. After they returned to Edo, Hidetada moved to Nishinomaru (the secondary enclosure) of Edo Castle for retirement and Iemitsu moved to the keep of the castle.
  337. After they rode approximately two Cho (218.18m), they came upon a steep rocky area, just like a folded erect screen.
  338. After they saw the evacuation of the Ako-jo Castle, Yasubei and others returned to Edo.
  339. After they set up camps at Hiraishino on the same day, the commanders were informed that there was the enemy in Takayasunoki Castle, so they climbed the mountain where the castle was located to attack the enemy.
  340. After they succeeded in killing Shinzei, Tsunemune and Korekata had no need to cooperate with the Insei group any more and, therefore, they secretly contacted TAIRA no Kiyomori and let the Emperor Nijo escape from the dairi (Imperial Palace) to Rokuhara.
  341. After they were assigned as governor of a province, they did not cooperate with Tameyoshi.
  342. After they were defeated, he received an order from the retired emperor to guard Yorinaga, and they rode on the same horse to flight, but Yorinaga was pierced by the arrow shot by MINAMOTO no Shigesada and was badly injured.
  343. After they whistled as their signal to have Ako Roshi gather around by the entrance, they showed his head to three people who were guarding the front gate, and it became clear that it was Kozuke no Suke.
  344. After thirteen years as Crown Prince, he was made Emperor in January 192.
  345. After thirteen years of service, she resigned and left for Kyoto in February 1123 due to the abdication of Emperor Toba.
  346. After this Atsutane took the Tengu boy as an adopted son and looked after him for 9 years until 1829.
  347. After this Echigo-sodo (Echigo scandal), the Soke of the Echizen-MATSUDAIRA family was succeeded by Tadamasa MATSUDAIRA, Tadanao's younger brother, and Mitsunaga, Tadanao's eldest son, was respected as Chakuke but not allowed to govern the whole family.
  348. After this Imperial order was issued, the Shimonoseki War and the Kagoshima Bombardment; the Satsuma (Kagoshima)-British War took place, and some foreigners were attacked by Japanese people and the movement to exclusionism was becoming severe in Japan.
  349. After this account (in "Azuma Kagami" or The Mirror of the East), he is no longer mentioned in any historical source.
  350. After this affair, she erected Yugeno-miya Detached Palace in Kawachi Province, the hometown of Dokyo.
  351. After this affair, the party government in Japan was weakening.
  352. After this another Imperial decree was issued, yet this one was issued against him, commanding that Yoshitsune himself be hunted down; facing ruin, he fled to his Fujiwara ally in northern Japan, but in April, 1189, he was assassinated in the town of Hiraizumi.
  353. After this arrangement however, Emperor Junna was concerned it would cause another dispute, he advised Emperor Saga to appoint Emperor Ninmyo's Prince as a successor after the Emperor Ninmyo, however this advice was rejected.
  354. After this article was announced, it is commonly denied.
  355. After this assignment, it became customary that a government official who held Jugoinoge was assigned Saiku no kami.
  356. After this battle, Nobumasa was officially transferred the position as the head of the family from his father Sadayoshi.
  357. After this battle, Tomomitsu OYAMA and Noriyori moved from place to place to battle together during the Genpei War.
  358. After this battle, he moved to Hakodate as the inspector of the Court of Hakodate.
  359. After this battle, he was attacked by three assassins including Hayato SUZUKI, an Ittoryu swordmaster, on his way back from a bathhouse at Kanda-mikawa-cho Town, accompanied by Shirozaemon KONO, and lost the middle and ring finger of the left hand, although he killed one with his sword and held off the other assassins.
  360. After this battle, the Prince Hatsusebe assumed the imperial throne, but Takeda no miko disappeared from historical documents.
  361. After this battle, the fighting became remarkably disadvantageous for Hojo.
  362. After this battle, the followers in the Hokuriku region including Kaga fell under the direct dominance of the magistrates dispatched by the Hongan-ji Temple, and in 1546 Oyama Gobo was built in Kanazawa City as its symbol.
  363. After this battle, the government army became more vigilant, and on July 17, built forts and bamboo fences against surprise attacks by the Satsuma army.
  364. After this battle, the respective armies established a front along the Saka river flowing between Liaoyang and Fengtian (present-day Shenyang).
  365. After this bus, the orientation of the bus route changes to the counter-clockwise bound, and the buses depart from JR Matsui Yamate and runs via Kinmeidai West.
  366. After this ceremony is held, the successive Emperor who has passed the three sacred treasures as a proof of Imperial succession, officially became the new Emperor.
  367. After this crime occurred, many passengers wanted to get on the 3rd grade cars which contained a lot of other passengers, and higher grade cars were completely empty.
  368. After this event, Prince Otsu wrote a poem (Manyoshu the 108 poem, volume 2)
  369. After this event, he stopped playing an overtly powerful role such as a cabinet member, but as the leader of the Yamagata Faction in the House of Peers and the Imperial Household Ministry, he continued to have the second strongest political influence after the Genro.
  370. After this event, he was also called Toyotomimi (also known as Toyosatomimi), meaning 'wise ears.'
  371. After this event, people began to call "Date mono" (a person as if from the Date troops) for someone who preferred flamboyant style in cloth and wore it skillfully.
  372. After this event, the Mizuno clan was incorporated into the Tokugawa clan's organisation as vassals.
  373. After this event, the Soga clan members monopolized appointments to Omuraji, and governance became unipolarized under their dominance.
  374. After this first article, there were many more articles written about the Wakoku (ancient Japan) in Chinese books on history; then after the San (讃), came acknowledgement of the Chin (珍), the Sai (済), the Ko (興) and the Bu (武).
  375. After this happened two days in a row, the workers kept digging around the clock for seven days and seven nights, but they could not get to the bottom of the rock.
  376. After this he became an apprentice of a Rakugo (comic) story teller Bunnosuke KATSURA (later Shinzaemon SORORI II) and called himself Marumaru UKIYOTEI.
  377. After this he fell under the scrutiny of the bakufu. In 1793, he committed suicide at the residence of his friend, Kazen MORI, in Kurume, Chikugo Province.
  378. After this he kept writing literary works.
  379. After this he served as betto (administrator) of Koryu-ji Temple, Hossho-ji Temple and Todai-ji Temple, and ascended to the rank of Daisojo in 1121.
  380. After this historical turn of events, the Emperor repeatedly performed his 'going to the east' trip; through these trips, the new government was relocating the administration of the capital functions, one after another, from Kyoto to Tokyo.
  381. After this incidence, publication of Kifu was simplified and 2 years later, Tessai published "Shike Hyojo: Meisei Gokagami."
  382. After this incident he was still promoted to an important position by Hideyoshi HASHIBA, and in 1586 received Nishigaoka, Yamashiro, as a fief to cover traveling expenses to and from Kyoto and living expenses during his stay there, etc.
  383. After this incident, Hiroie KIKKAWA's son Nariyori MORI succeeded the Yoshimi family, but Nariyori returned his family name to Mori and established the Ono-Mori clan, bringing the Yoshimi clan to an end.
  384. After this incident, Kaoru ASANO was accused for his cowardly behavior and ejected from Shinsengumi.
  385. After this incident, Prince Takaoka lost power, and the Emperor felt guilty for having set his biological son up as the crown prince; Prince Otomo, his half-brother, became the second prince who was willing to descend and leave the royal family (which was an indirect cause of the Showa Incident).
  386. After this incident, Prince Uji no Wakiiratsuko moved into Uji no miya Palace [(菟道宮); Uji Gami Shirine is its legendary place, located in Uji City, Kyoto Prefecture
  387. After this incident, Princess Nakashi, the mother of Prince Mayowa, became the Empress of the Emperor Anko; Prince Mayowa was raised as a step child of the Emperor Anko.
  388. After this incident, Sorin OTOMO repeatedly requested Soshitsu to hand over the tea canister at any cost, although Soshitsu kept refusing the requests.
  389. After this incident, Yasutada was promoted to the rank of the assistant to the shogun's chosen successor and was appointed as the aide of Shogun's successor, Iesada TOKUGAWA; furthermore, he was promoted to the assistant in the shgun's palace.
  390. After this incident, a series of political strife between the Hojo and the senior vassals occurred, so this incident is deemed as the beginning of them.
  391. After this incident, all foreign countries maintained their neutrality positions; then they would gradually realign into positions in support of the new government.
  392. After this incident, although Katsu repeatedly requested Enomoto to be prudent, Enomoto did not listen to Katsu since he was still dissatisfied with the punishment of the Tokugawa family.
  393. After this incident, based on Tsuibu-kanpu, kokushi acquired the right to mobilize laborers to capture criminals who had fled, coming to combat robbers and pirates actively.
  394. After this incident, bukeshisso came to intervene in the appointment and dismissal of the Sessho (Regent), Kanpaku and Daijodaijin (Grand Minister of State).
  395. After this incident, constitutional government began to debilitate.
  396. After this incident, even Emperor Momozono, who highly valued him as a close adviser, had to resign his governmental post due to the pressure from the bakufu.
  397. After this incident, he was conferred Ge-jugoinoge (Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) given to persons outside Kyoto) and granted jikifu 30-households (a vassal household allotted to courtier, shrines and temples) and 30-cho of rice paddy.
  398. After this incident, inexpensive domestically produced curry powder was re-evaluated, which supposedly promoted the drop in the prices of curry and rice.
  399. After this incident, many gokenins (immediate vassals of the shogunate in the Kamakura and Muromachi through Edo periods), centered in the kinju (attendants) of Sanetomo, were said to have become a priest, and Shigetane was also thought to have become a priest along with them, and have passed the family estate over to his son, Taneyuki TO.
  400. After this incident, many patriots started to gather in Kiyokawa juku.
  401. After this incident, only his uncle Tadayoshi, the Dewa no kami was allowed to succeed to the family name; however, Tadayoshi's son, Tadatomo, succeeded as a close adviser to Ieharu, which allowed the family to regain the daimyo position in the Ohama Domain in 1768.
  402. After this incident, some members of Sei Ren Kyo, who had close ties with the promoter, left Sei Ren Kyo.
  403. After this incident, the Boshin Civil War continued; the civil war became rather violent as in: the Hokuetsu War, Aizu War, and Hakodate War; so the Civil War was never a war of minimal bloodshed.
  404. After this incident, the Edo bakufu changed the shogun's title which should be stated in any diplomatic letters from "King of Japan" to "Tycoon of Japan," and told Buddhist priests in Five Great Zen Temples of Kyoto to prepare diplomatic papers and receptions for envoys, and to observe trades.
  405. After this incident, the Imperial family from Emperor Tenmu line was completely removed from the succession of the Imperial Throne.
  406. After this incident, the Jingu ryo mausoleum and the Seimu ryo mausoleum became to be called 'Sasatatanamiike no e no misasagi' and 'Sakinotatanaminoikeshirino misasagi,' respectively, to differentiate them.
  407. After this incident, the Kongobu-ji side (Hon-ji side, 本寺方) continued to fight against Daidenpo-in (inside, 院方), and this continued for a long time.
  408. After this incident, the Meiji government ordered that imperial guards would escort and guard governmental high officials when the high officials were on the move ("Unbeaten Tracks in Japan" by Isabella BIRD).
  409. After this incident, the Takayoshi's family line of the Tojokira clan and the Saijokira clan, which had limited power over the Saijo, persisted on the legitimacy of their respective clans, the conflict continued for over a century staged upon Mikawa Province between the descendents of the two.
  410. After this incident, the Toyotomi family became extinct only one year later.
  411. After this incident, the civil disorder which occurred in the Taisho Coup or the Siemens Incident let men of power know people's potential and served as the propulsion for Taisho Democracy.
  412. After this incident, the description of the era between Emperor Godaigo and the united era of the Southern and the Northern Courts in the textbook from the Ministry of Education was rewritten as 'era of Yoshino Court.'
  413. After this incident, the domain worked to seek out and suppress Christianity, and looked to strengthen the faith of the people of the domain in Buddhism and Shintoism
  414. After this incident, the nanny tonsured and became a nun under a younger brother of Michimori, Chunagon (vice-councilor of state) Chukai RITSUSHI (Buddhist priest) who became a priest, and she prayed to Buddha for the happiness of Michimori and Kozaisho.
  415. After this incident, the relationship between the Taira clan government and Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa cooled rapidly.
  416. After this incident, the sword's name was repeatedly changed.
  417. After this incident, there were growing opinions that it was still too soon to revise the treaty in the US upper House for a while, bringing Japan to a crisis over important diplomatic issues.
  418. After this incident, until the Heiji War in the middle of 12th century, the non-violent political age continued, during which central political conflicts did not lead to military confrontations or the execution of the death penalty.
  419. After this map was made, the Shogunate government as well as private citizens began to make various kinds of dochuzu.
  420. After this marriage, the Hojo clan regained the position as the shogun's maternal relatives that had been lost since the death of Yoritsune's legal wife, Take no Gosho.
  421. After this merger, the Yawata Tanabe Route was again managed by Keihan Bus Co. Ltd. for the first time in 37 years.
  422. After this one year and four month long invasion ended in failure with Yoshitaka losing his adopted son Harumochi OUCHI, Yoshitaka completely lost his political ambition.
  423. After this performance, Danjuro ICHIKAWA II began worshipping the SOGA brothers.
  424. After this period, Kamigata Kabuki drifted from the center of the Kabuki world, coinciding with the development of Edo Kabuki in conjunction with the dissemination of culture from Kamigata (Kyoto and Osaka area) to Edo.
  425. After this period, it became a practice that Dazai Gonnosochi and Dazai Daini, an undersecretary to Dazai no sochi, were not appointed at the same time.
  426. After this period, it began to be adopted in temple architecture of Japanese style and had a large effect on the door design of various architectural styles.
  427. After this petition was accepted, Ihai was no longer carried out on a large scale; instead, the barbarians who had already been sent to other places were sent again to new places in small groups.
  428. After this poem about the bitterness of waiting is recollected, the poem of 'Tsutsuizutsu' is sung once again, and she realizes that she has grown old from the word 'grow' which has the same pronunciation as 'age.'
  429. After this practice, an archer is allowed to progress to matomae and to practice shooting arrows toward a target 28m away.
  430. After this process, mekabu seaweed will be finely chopped and will be used for food whereby it is mixed with soy sauce, noodle sauce or other condiments and served over the rice or it is added to soup.
  431. After this process, the water content of the squid will be reduced to approximately 20% of the body weight.
  432. After this relocation the institutional structure was proactively organized and, for example, in 812, the number of officials composing Chinju-fu was clearly specified; one shogun, one gungen (assistant deputy general), two sergeants, one doctor and one do-shi (commissioned officer of big bow).
  433. After this revision, most buses operated between Keihan Yawata and Shin-Tanabe, except for a few routes running between Keihan Yawata and Kusauchi (Only Route 75B departed from Kusauchi.)
  434. After this ritual, dancers approached the emperor from the southern staircase of the eastern hall of Seiryoden.
  435. After this ruling, de facto marriage couples with the same family names and hongan surfaced, and had come to be provided with the benefit of lawful marriage (Today marriage within eighth degree relatives is not legally permitted in South Korea).
  436. After this scheme failed, he put even more effort into getting close to Ieyasu.
  437. After this section was found, grand-scale public tours were offered.
  438. After this setback, he managed to obtain the help and support of the Dewa-Kiyohara clan, the most powerful family in Dewa Province, and destroyed the Abe clan.
  439. After this the number increases as the scale becomes smaller.
  440. After this they had two more boys and one girl, but aside from the youngest child (the third boy, Rifuku) they all died prematurely.
  441. After this time, the timber for the Naiku was taken from Mikawa Province after the 35th Shikinen Sengu, and the timber for the Geku came from Mino Province after the 36th Shikinen Sengu, with the exception of Osugi-dani Valley, Ise Province between the 41st and 46th Shikinen Sengu.
  442. After this trip, he engaged in import business by dealing with foreign books while he also started publishing business by importing printing equipment and method in order to introduce the news around the world through his "Rikugo shinbun-Newspaper."
  443. After this until around June, both armies continued fighting back and forth without a decisive result.
  444. After this war in Kamakura, Takauji ASHIKAGA built Hokai-ji Temple to pray for the Hojo clan that was killed here.
  445. After this war, the Nanjo clan never entered the west Hoki again, and no battle occurred thereafter according to historical documents.
  446. After this, Chosen Tsushinshi did not come to Japan for 150 years until the era of the Toyotomi government.
  447. After this, Emperor Godaigo's directly ruled government began.
  448. After this, Fushimi Ward developed as a commercial city centered on ports and harbors.
  449. After this, Harunobu made Yoshiyasu KISO and Yoshimasa KISO, a father and his son, in Kiso County surrendered, and completed the conquer of the southern Shinano area.
  450. After this, Hideyoshi came to consider that it would be difficult to defeat Ieyasu using regular tactics for attack, and attacked Nobukatsu in Ise Province.
  451. After this, Honinbomon and Hoensha split off.
  452. After this, IKEGAMI supported and commanded Oshisuke NOMURA, who had advanced to the Bungo area from Nobeoka, and commanded the troops in the Mitai area as well.
  453. After this, Ieyasu gathered his military forces to defeat Mitsuhide AKECHI and advanced them up to Owari Province, and there, he knew that Mitsuhide had already been defeated by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, who had returned from the Chugoku region.
  454. After this, Ieyasu made efforts, based on a relationship by blood with the Hojo clan, to mediate between Hideyoshi and the clan, for example, by making Ujinori HOJO, a younger brother of Ujimasa HOJO and Ieyasu's long-time friend, come to Kyoto.
  455. After this, Insei continued until the Edo period, but the period in which it formed actual political power is regarded as about 250 years from the Shirakawa Insei until the period of Emperor Goenyu in the Northern and Southern Court Period (Japan).
  456. After this, Kaoru INOUE and Aritomo YAMAGATA who had been forced into downfall by Shinpei ETO made a comeback to the public position some time after SAIGO and ETO's resignation.
  457. After this, Kashiwagi's love for her grows stronger.
  458. After this, Ogura-ike Pond (Oike) was only left with a link to the Uji-gawa River in the channel between Yodo and Imoarai.
  459. After this, Prince Hachiko is said to have climbed the Hagurosan Mountain and acquired the Haguro Gongen deity guided from the seaside by a three legged bird (perhaps a sacred crow), and founded the Dewa Sanzan (three mountains of Dewa).
  460. After this, Shigesada captured MINAMOTO no Tametomo near Sakata in Omi Province.
  461. After this, Shingen dispersed the Oda and Tokugawa allied forces in Totomi Province in the Battle of Mikatagahara, and made his way to Mikawa.
  462. After this, Shingen expanded his power toward areas along the Tokai-do road, Mino Province and Kozuke Province, while Terutora concentrated his power to send his forces to Kanto.
  463. After this, Shinsuke BEPPU committed suicide by disembowelment at the same place.
  464. After this, Shogun Tsunayoshi and his mother Keishoin continued to add to Munesuke's salary who was their relative.
  465. After this, TAIRA no Kiyomori began to gain power, and before long seized power in the government.
  466. After this, Tadaoki HOSOKAWA was transferred to Kokura, in Kyushu, and Takatomo KYOGOKU temporarily entered Tanabe-jo Castle with 123,000 koku to govern Tango Province, but later he rebuilt Miyazu-jo Castle in order to establish a base there.
  467. After this, Tameyuki MISAWA continued to submit to the Amago clan, and participated in the Battle of Yoshida Koriyamajo Castle in 1540, where he died in a Battle at Aoyama Borrow Pit.
  468. After this, Yoritsuna became a priest, and as his children were all small, his younger brother Tomonari SHIONOYA came to enter government service on behalf of the Utsunomiya family.
  469. After this, Yoshiaki and Nobunaga became opposed to each other, then according to a theory Koremasa was ordered to stay home because he was a shogun's retainer, however he joined the Battle of Anegawa on the Oda clan side.
  470. After this, Yoshihiro advanced on the Hokurikudo with Yoshinaka, entered Kyoto as one of the two commanders, and was appointed as the governor of Shinano Province after entering Kyoto.
  471. After this, a dispute between Saigyo and In begins.
  472. After this, a photograph with Generall MACARTHUR, the Commander for the Allied Powers, and Emperor Showa standing side by side (at right) was placed in the newspapers.
  473. After this, advising of the appointment of the prime minister was conducted by negotiations between SAIONJI and the Minister of Imperial Household.
  474. After this, although Prince Okiyo went down the mountain to meet Masakado and Takeshiba in government of Musashi Province, Tunemoto was too suspicious about the situation to remain in the mountains.
  475. After this, an imperial edict that Edo be renamed Tokyo was issued on July 17.
  476. After this, an open immigration was in place.
  477. After this, besides Chinese and Japanese classics he learned English on his own.
  478. After this, both of the brigades fought back and forth fiercely with the Satsuma army.
  479. After this, by the Taihoryo (Taiho Code) of the early eighth century, Sangen was legally designated to have both police and military functions.
  480. After this, destructive riots in urban areas and uprisings in provinces became frequent.
  481. After this, dotaku still got bigger but disappeared in the third century.
  482. After this, having decided to appeal directly to the bakufu, Satondo communicated with his fellows who had spread to various areas, including Edo, Osaka, Tokuyama, Hagi City, and waited for an appropriate timing while gathering information concerned.
  483. After this, he assumed a palace staff and a post at Konoefu in succession, and was awarded Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in 1527, becoming a kugyo.
  484. After this, he became Kobusho Shihai (an executive of Kobusho, a military training institute) of the bakufu and a grand master.
  485. After this, he became the Governor of Hoki Province and was also appointed to the position of Uma no gon no kami (Provisional Captain of the Right Division of Bureau of Horses).
  486. After this, he continued being promoted, and was awarded Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in 1414, becoming a kugyo, after assuming a palace staff, a post at Konoefu (the Headquarters of the Inner Palace Guards), a post in Kaga Province and a post at Konoefu, and a post in Harima Province.
  487. After this, he moved to the Mt. Higashi area, and began a retired and quiet life.
  488. After this, he often went to Yokohama City to sell his works, and as foreign trade gradually increased, he became known to foreigners as "Hiroshige of tea box" (because he painted labels attached to tea boxes used for shipping).
  489. After this, he set out on a journey of pilgrimage in various districts and it is said that he went to Kyoto and Kyushu.
  490. After this, he was a Tokyo City councillor, and in 1879 joined the Chamber of Elders, becoming its vice-chairman.
  491. After this, he was in the position until he died.
  492. After this, he was never heard from again.
  493. After this, he worked hard for the restoration of small and medium-sized firms.
  494. After this, his troops separated at Kinkoeki in Hwanghae Province from the first squad and the third squad, went in a northeastern direction to Hangyong Province, defeating the Korean troops of Kan Katsusei, subjugating Hangyong Province and capturing two Korean princes (Prince Imhaegun and Prince Sunhwagun) alive.
  495. After this, however, no record on this shrine has been found.
  496. After this, immigration rules were relaxed for people moving from Hawaii to the U.S. mainland.
  497. After this, in June, a civil letter from Dazaifu (a local government office in Kyushu) and official documents from Goryeo were delivered without incident, and in July, the Sadaijin (Minister of the left), FUJIWARA no Nakahira, dispatched an envoy to Wu-yueh.
  498. After this, in addition to Michio SAKURAMA, Nobutaka KONPARU, the eldest son of the seventy-eighth head Mitsutaro (Hachijo) KONPARU, left for Tokyo, and they tried to restore the declining school together with his uncle Eijiro who stayed in Nara (the seventy-seventh head).
  499. After this, it became customary for the Konoe family and the Kujo family to alternately hold the posts of Sessho and Kanpaku.
  500. After this, it became customary that the right to specify gozan temples and to appoint or dismiss the chief priest of such temples resided with the seii taishogun (literally "great general who is to subdue the barbarians") of the Ashikaga clan.
  501. After this, many Japanese went to Qing one after another.
  502. After this, members of the Heguri clan disappear from "Nihon Shoki" (The Chronicle of Japan) for a while, but in 587 the name of HEGURI no Kamite appears as the General to subjugate the Mononobe clan; by this time the Heguri clan had gained the position to be elected as daibu (master).
  503. After this, more researches were done by many microbiologists and zymurgists, but the progress was slow.
  504. After this, no military power arose during the Song Dynasty until the war with the Jin (Dynasty) and the Mongolian Empire.
  505. After this, nothing about Yoshitoki HOJO was mentioned in the writings on Yoritomo until he entered Kamakura.
  506. After this, on August 19, Saigo's forces broke the 2nd siege line along the Hori-gawa River, and on the next day August 20, seized Shikagawa Village and Nakagawa Village and rushed to Mitai.
  507. After this, only his official court rank was raised, and in 1642 he attained Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and became ranked as Kugyo (court noble).
  508. After this, performance in kamigata he withdrew trotting in uchimata blocking the sunshine with his fan, and in Edo he withdrew slowly covering the front side saying 'dokkoisho' (a word spoken while applying muscle or when you move your tired body).
  509. After this, railway construction was promoted by both the private and public sectors.
  510. After this, several sailors once retreated into a private house and took out their pistols, and TAKI, seeing their pistols, shouted'Pistols, pistols,'so that his men mistakenly took his shout for an order to fire and a gunfight was started.
  511. After this, since his name didn't appear in any existing historical documents, his later life is unknown.
  512. After this, small-scale genealogies such as the one concerning only Rokujo no Miyasudokoro and her father, Minister, were attached.
  513. After this, the Imperial Court was controlled mainly by Kanezane.
  514. After this, the Kitahata clan from which the lawful wife came became on bad terms with the Aisu clan, and destroyed them.
  515. After this, the Naonobu KANO's family was retrospectively referred as the Kobikicho Kano family.
  516. After this, the Ouchi clan was ruined by the Sue clan, Hizen became independent and Chikuzen and Buzen got interfered by the Otomo clan.
  517. After this, the Satsuma army was defeated in Mt. Mushika as well, and retreated to Kumata.
  518. After this, the Shogun of the Kamakura bakufu came from the Imperial family.
  519. After this, the Tokugawa Shogun family was to rule both the samurai and noble classes as both Seii Taishogun, the leader of samurai, and Genji Choja, the leader of all its clan members including court nobles.
  520. After this, the UEDA NAGAO clan, together with the Nagao clan, who were the Shugodai (deputy of the Shugo), occupied important positions in Echigo Province.
  521. After this, the basic plan became ineffective corresponding to the privatization of JNR in 1987.
  522. After this, the conflict between the old shogunate forces in command of the Tokugawa clan and the new government led by Satsuma and Choshu domains mainly led to the Battle of Toba-Fushimi, the beginning of the Boshin Civil War.
  523. After this, the conflicts were taken over to 'the movement for land-tax reduction' following Jiyu Minken Undo and the theory for 'the reduction of people's tax burden' seen at an early stage of the Imperial Diet.
  524. After this, the drinking party starts.
  525. After this, the full-scale and systematic education of Ranpoigaku was started in Japan, and four years later Nagasaki Yojojo (hospital), a Ranpoigaku-dedicated medical institution, was established.
  526. After this, the number of kazoku continued increasing due to joshaku for people who made contributions to the nation and for people who descended from the class of the Imperial family to the class of the subjects.
  527. After this, the policy to restrict trading on the sea was maintained by the Ming dynasty and the following Qing dynasty.
  528. After this, the powerful businessmen including Shibusawa planned the disposal by the government of Japanese Imperial Government Railway in 1894 and tried to realize the railway management by the private sectors in one stroke, but the plan came to a deadlock with the outbreak of Sino-Japanese War.
  529. After this, the railway share of the traffic in the Tohoku and Joetsu regions increased considerably.
  530. After this, the rank of regent and chancellor in the Imperial Court was regarded as higher than that of prime minister.
  531. After this, the remaining troops of the main force also successively surrendered by accepting advices from the government army.
  532. After this, the system of using Sotsuibushi developed into the Shugo (provincial constable) system.
  533. After this, the theory of enlightened rule and succor of the people came to be taken seriously.
  534. After this, there is absolutely no mention of the clan title by the name of 'KOMA no Kokishi' or Jakko in Japanese history.
  535. After this, there were incidents that occurred, for example, Shigemori threw an arrow and hit a portable shrine, etc, and people reacted badly to this and complained, then Goshirakawa had no choice but to order the banishment of Morotaka.
  536. After this, there would be the success of restoration and the experience of a Japan that defended itself against invasion of powerful countries harnessed for the future.
  537. After this, they walked through the mountains in Miyazaki and Kagoshima for more than 10 days and went back to Kagoshima via Mitai.
  538. After this, this brigade advanced towards Takanabe together with other brigades deployed along the Ichinose-gawa River.
  539. After this, when Sadatoki left the position of Shikken (regent), he was succeeded by four men from the branch line of the Hojo clan in succession; Sadatoki himself retained the position of Tokuso (patrimonial head of the main branch of the Hojo clan), however, which means that he held the real power to control the bakufu.
  540. After this, when a government officer was replaced, the procedure of handing over matters necessary for continuing office duties were carried out based on this kotaishiki, regardless of whether he lived in or outside Kyoto.
  541. After this, with SAKANOUE no Tamuramaro, Watamaro prevented the plan of the Retired Emperor Heijo to revive in an eastern province.
  542. After those stories including being adopted to and served the Kushige family, she took the name of the Tachibana clan in her teens, then as 'Tomeko OE,' she became a lady in waiting of the Imperial Princess Kazunomiya Fusako.
  543. After those wrestlers quit sumo, however, most of them open chanko restaurants to serve chankonabe as a main menu item, taking advantage of their cooking skills acquired at the sumo stables.
  544. After three years of medical training, Genpo returned from Kyoto to work as a doctor in 本町三丁目 in 1819, and got married to Toi Omura in the following year.
  545. After three years of rehabilitation, he came back with the release of "Taboo" (1999), but did not receive any awards in the Cannes International Film Festival.
  546. After three years, Hoori remembered the reason why he came here, and he let out a deep sigh.
  547. After three years, he was appointed to Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and was treated as a noble.
  548. After three years, she died at her eldest brother, Saneyuki's Sanjo Takakura Dai (residence) on September 17, 1145.
  549. After throwing beans, each person eats the scattered beans equal to his or her age (the traditional Japanese system with everyone adding one year to their age at New Year's).
  550. After throwing money in Saisenbako, visitors clap their hands at shrines (Shinto) or put their palms together at temples, and then they pray for their wishes or offer their thanks to Shinto and Buddhist deities in their minds while closing their eyes.
  551. After tightening the yokomitsu (parts of fundoshi loincloth on the right and left sides of the body), a part of the apron is tucked into the yokomitsu from outside.
  552. After tokudo (entrance into the Buddhist priesthood) (or docho, an official certificate for it) and finishing shidokegyo (literally, the four trainings indispensable to be a priest), they initiate the participants with denpo-kanjo (the consecration for the Transmission of the Dharma).
  553. After tomezoe, cold water is poured into the hollow jacket of the fermentation tank or ice tied around it in the traditional method to control temperature and wait for the sake to finish.
  554. After took out of the hot water, immediately cool down in cold water.
  555. After touring Naniwa and Kanto regions, he became the chief priest of Kichijo-ji Temple in Tobu Hachioji, and was known as kalyaana-mitra (one who offers spiritual friendship and guidance that is non-directive, non-denominational, and non-religious).
  556. After touring all over the country, he visited Qing on two occasions.
  557. After touring many provinces to practice for eleven years, in 1616, he came back to Kurodani.
  558. After trading with the Sung by TAIRA no Kiyomori, the trade between Japan and the Sung Dynasty in China was performed actively.
  559. After training at Masutani, the owner opened a store at Nishioji Hanayacho, Nishi-iru.
  560. After training in the gundan, soldiers were transferred to the central Kinai region and served as guards called 'eshi' in the area around palace for one year.
  561. After trains depart from the Nagoya Station, the line diverges from the Tokaido Main Line etc. and turns toward the right.
  562. After transferred to Utsunomiya, he strongly felt that the vassal system that had continued from the time in Mikawa does not work any longer, so he carried out reforms in the senior vassal system.
  563. After transferring of the capital to Nagaokakyo in 784, he received the official rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) on January 21, 785.
  564. After transferring of the national capital to Heijo, udaijin (minister of the right) FUJIWARA no Fuhito played a main role in the political world, and the pro-imperial force, such as Imperial Prince Toneri and Prince Nagaya, rivaled him.
  565. After transferring the headship of the family to his son, Josui continued to serve Hideyoshi as his close aide.
  566. After traveling across Japan, Ok-gyun KIM went over to Shanghai, then he was killed by the assassin sent by Queen.
  567. After traveling to Osaka, Nagasaki and other places related to Western learning, he went to Tokyo again.
  568. After travelling on foot in the mountainous area in Miyazaki and Kagoshima for ten and some days, they returned to Kagoshima through Mitai.
  569. After travelling to various provinces, he returned to Kyoto and there he practiced nenbutsu (Buddhist invocation) activities, founded Tanukidani Fudo-in in Rakuhoku and Gojozaka Ansho-in Temple and was engaged in the civil engineering work of roads and bridges.
  570. After triumphantly returning from the Sino-Japanese War, on March 12, 1896, Nishikubo was transferred to the 1st Infantry Regiment for the Defense of Taiwan and on March 20 assigned to the 9th Company.
  571. After triumphantly returning to Nagoya, he was transferred to Tokyo as an instructor at the military academy.
  572. After turning 6 years old, Bosha was sent to the Private Yurin Substitute Elementary School in 1903.
  573. After twenty-one years of interruption, Yoshinori ASHIKAGA resumed the operation in 1432 and eleven fleets or fifty-one ships (seven ships were owned by the bakufu, one was owned by the Imperial Court and the rest were owned by the shugo-daimyo or temples/shrines) visited Ming until 1550.
  574. After two months of his death, the allied forces of Yamato (Wakoku, Japan) and Kudara (Baekje, Korea) was completely defeated in Battle of Hakusukinoe (Battle of Baekgang).
  575. After two years and eight months of being in power, the Emperor abdicated and passed the throne to his uncle, Imperial Prince Norihito (later called Emperor Takakura) as it was insisted upon by the retired Emperor Goshirakawa. (the youngest retired emperor in the history)
  576. After two years in Japan, Xavier became worried when there was no news from India, so he decided to return there; departing on November 15, he left Torres and the others behind, stopping off at Tanega-shima Island and Shangchuan Island (China) on his way.
  577. After two years of Emperor Kokaku's enthronement, the Prince became Empress Dowager in March 1820, she then entered into the priesthood in January 1841 when the Emperor died, she received the Nyoin go title and was named Shinseiwain.
  578. After two years of Emperor Seiwa's coming-of-age ceremony in 866, she made an Imperial Consort entry into court for the Emperor and became Nyogo when she was twenty five years old, then she gave birth to Imperial Prince Sadaaikira (later called Emperor Yozei).
  579. After two years, he returned to Kyoto and, then successively assumed various positions of kyokan (official of the Capital) and chihokan (local official).
  580. After two years, on April 22, 730, 10 students of Myoho were taken and the department was established.
  581. After undergoing changes during and after the Meiji Period, Sagano was established as Saga-mura in Kadono-gun in 1903, as Saga-cho in 1923, and then merged into Kyoto City in 1931.
  582. After undergoing the ascetic practices at Enryaku-ji Temple on Mt. Hiei, Shoin settled in Settsu Province.
  583. After unifying China, Shikotei, the first Qin Emperor, divided the state into gun and ken, and ruled the whole state with the completely centralized system of gun and ken.
  584. After unifying the whole of Japan in 1590, Hideyoshi started dispatching troops to Ming (the Bunroku-Keicho War) in 1592.
  585. After uniting with Naoyoshi, Takauji repeatedly defeated Tokiyuki's force at Hashimoto and Sayo no nakayama in Totomi Province, Sagami-gawa River in Sagami Province, and so on.
  586. After used as the official residence of the Minister of Trade and Industry, the Miyake Hontei (main residence) in Shiba Takanawa (Minato Ward, Tokyo) was sold to SEIBU Railway Co. LTD and is currently (Grand) Prince Hotel Takanawa.
  587. After using the fukusa, the person folds it in triangle as he or she did at the beginning, tucks it in the obi sash and goes out of the room.
  588. After using, every corner of suzuri must be washed up clean.
  589. After vanquishing Tokiyuki's force and recapturing Kamakura, Takauji distributed rewards independently, and Doyo received Kazusa Province and Sagami Province as feudal domains.
  590. After visiting Dazai-fu (local government office in Kyushu region), they entered the capital and stayed at Daian-ji Temple of Nara.
  591. After visiting Europe, he became a Sanyo (junior councilor) of foreign affairs office under the new Meiji government in 1868, and he worked at Osaka to serve as Assistant Judicial Officer of foreign affairs office and Osaka prefectural judge and handled diplomatic issues including Sakai incident.
  592. After visiting historic Buddhist sites, the Buddhist monk Jakusho Hoshi (supporting role) arrives at the foot of Mt. Qingliang in China.
  593. After visiting the Shindai ruins in Hyuga Province, he visited the Kirishima-jingu Shrine in Satsuma Province and then, he climbed Mt. Kirishima-yama.
  594. After waiting for a day or two, Kagesue was allowed to see Yoshitsune, who was leaning on an armrest and having moxibustion treatment; he looked fragile, and asked Kagesue to wait to track down Yukiie until he got better.
  595. After walking about five miles, Joan NAITO welcomed them with his retainer.
  596. After washing it with water gently, smear it with salt and pickle it in a barrel for three to six days.
  597. After weathering two wars, the Hogen and the Heiji wars, TAIRA no Kiyomori rose to the pinnacle of power, and created a governmental adminstration controlled by the Taira clan.
  598. After welcoming the spirits into the home, people hold a memorial service and have a priest come and read the sutras.
  599. After which it is a ten-minute walk from Kameoka Station.
  600. After which, Tomishige MAKINO, a son-in-law of Takamitsu KYOGOKU inherited the Tango Tanabe clan.
  601. After which, Yorichika was also accused by Kofuku-ji Temple and exiled to the Tosa Province.
  602. After which, he served as the Minister of Justice until The First Matsukata cabinet.
  603. After winning the Battle of Koshu-Katsunuma, it was said that Itagaki confronted the portrait of Nobukata ITAGAKI housed in Erin-ji Temple, the family temple of the Takeda family in Kai Province, and was so overwhelmed that he directly wrote down "Our Father" on it.
  604. After winning the Sino-Japanese War and Russo-Japanese War, Japan became one of the great world powers.
  605. After winning the battle, Takauji and his troops successively defeated the troops of Tadayoshi in the battle of Hayakawajiri, Sagami Province (Odawara City, Kanagawa Prefecture) and other battles, and the following year, in 1352, Tadayoshi surrendered to Takauji.
  606. After witnessing Saigo's death, the remaining officers and soldiers continued their advance on Iwasaki-guchi and held up in a fort attached to the Shigakko until they committed suicide, killed one another or were killed in battle.
  607. After witnessing the ambush, Iwasuki ran away while FUMI no Kusuri and OSHISAKA no Omaro were caught.
  608. After witnessing this, Gofukakusa retired and became a priest in 1290 (aged 48), also yielding the job of Chiten to Fushimi.
  609. After witnessing what happened, Prince Umayado (Prince Shotoku) decided to make statues of Shitenno (the Four Devas) out of a Nurude tree to pray for victory and receive blessings, and then promised himself that if he won the battle, he would build a Buddhist pagoda and work his hardest to spread Buddhism.
  610. After working actively in Tajimi of Mino Province (Tajimi City, Gifu Prefecture), he took part in the Emperor Godaigo's plan to overthrow Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), and entered Kyoto on the invitation of Suketomo HINO in 1324.
  611. After working as Gon Chunagon (a Provisional Vice-Councilor of State) and Toka no sechie Geben (a Kugyo who supervised the event of toka [ceremonial mass singing and stomp dancing] called Toka no sechie held at the Imperial Court on around the fifteenth day of the first month of the year), he was assigned to Gon Dainagon (a Provisional Chief Councilor of State) in 1738.
  612. After working as Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state) and Toka no sechie Geben (a Kugyo who supervised the event of toka [ceremonial mass singing and stomp dancing] called Toka no sechie held at the Imperial Court on around the fifteenth day of the first month of the year), he was assigned to Gon Dainagon in 1699.
  613. After working as Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state), he was appointed as Gon Dainagon in 1661.
  614. After working as Monjo hakase (professor of literature), he served as Jidoku (Imperial tutor) of Emperor Goichijo and became Shikibu no taifu (Senior Assistant Minister of the Ministry of Ceremonial).
  615. After working as a pageboy for the lord of domain, SUGI, under the order of the domain, visited western countries with Yasunori TAKEUCHI and Yasuhide MATSUDAIRA, who were envoys of the Edo bakufu.
  616. After working as a reporter for a small newspaper company, he was drafted into the Japanese Imperial Army but was made exempt from military service due to his poor health.
  617. After working as a teacher, county secretary, and police commissioner in Shiga Prefecture, he came to Tokyo.
  618. After working as a translator in Hyogo Prefecture, he went to Tokyo in 1871, enjoyed favor with Hirobumi ITO, and served in the Ministry of Works in the Meiji government.
  619. After working as a waiter at Teigeki Bungei-bu, he took a job of Shosei (a student who is given room and board in exchange for performing domestic duties) for Sagoromo KURISHIMA (Sumiko KURISHIMA's father-in-law) and 石川木舟.
  620. After working as an assistant to director Zanmu KAKO who came from shinpa-geki (New-School Play), he moved to the Shochiku Kinema Kenkyu-jo production company after it was established by Osanai in 1920.
  621. After working as jiju (a chamberlain), Sakone no shosho (Minor Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards), and Sakone no chujo (Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards), he was given Jusanmi Gon Chunagon (Junior Third Rank, Vice-Councilor of State) in 1774 and joined the realm of kugyo (high-rank Court nobles).
  622. After working as the Takumi no shojo (an official at Takumiryo [the Bureau of Skilled Artsans]) and as the Ise no kuni no daijo (Senior Secretary of Ise Province), he was conferred Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) in January 849.
  623. After working as the dormitory's vice-chief, kangakkacho, and so on, he returned to the sea duty.
  624. After working at the National Kyoto ceramic pilot plant as a trainee, Shimizu became an assistant in Ceramics Department at the Kyoto Municipal Technical Research Institute.
  625. After working for Minbusho (Ministry of Popular Affairs), he accompanied Tsunetami SANO (the founder of the Japanese Red Cross Society) as a secretary when Sano attended the world exposition in Vienna as a vice-president.
  626. After working for Takeji FUJISHIMA and Seiu ITO as a model, she worked for Yumeji as a model when he was staying for a long time at the Kikufuji Hotel, and then started living with him in a house in Shibuya Ward (present day, Shibuya BEAM, which has a stone monument).
  627. After working in the Planning department at headquarters, he was transferred to Toei Kyoto Movie Studio in 1954.
  628. After working the posts of jo, suke and kurodo in the Hassho (eight ministries and agencies), he served as Benkan (official of the dajokan) from 919 and was admitted to the court in 927.
  629. After working under Yasujiro SHIMAZU, Kozaburo YOSHIMURA, Yasujiro OZU, Hiromasa NOMURA, Keisuke KINOSHITA and others as an assistant director, in 1944 he passed the promotion examination to director at the top, and made his debut as a film director with "Kaette kita otoko" (A man who returned) based on the original work by Sakunosuke ODA.
  630. After working under Yukitaka and then his nephew Nobutsuna SANADA who succeeded Yukitaka, he also worked for his other nephew Masayuki SANADA, who took over the Sanada family after Nobutsuna's death at the battle of Nagashino, capturing Iwabitsu-jo Castle in Kozuke Province and becoming its Keeper.
  631. After wrapping a scabbard with shark skin, it was lacquered in black, indigo or vermilion, and then finished using a grinding stone to make a decorative pattern, which is characteristic to samezaya (a sheath made of sharkskin).
  632. After writing these two honogaku, he often wrote other honogaku for temples and shrines.
  633. After years of trial and error, three themes of Naikan was established in 1967.
  634. After years went by and she passed away, her grave was built in Hioka.
  635. After years, Japanese people acquired abilities to absorb, imitate, and assimilate them into foreign cultural elements, and to accomplish Japanese original tastes on arts.
  636. After 超辰法 of Santo-reki calendar was abolished in 50, at the time of the Later Han Dynasty (calendar was reformed officially in 1616), eto (Chinese astrological calendar) repeats in a 60-year cycle and can calculate.
  637. After-school day care (so-called After School Care Program) - provided at 10 facilities
  638. After-war administration was conducted smoothly and the chief of the Maizuru Rear Unit Headquarters, Minoru TAYUI, extended the highest praises.
  639. AfterWorld War II, Kochi Komin sei was appreciated as the most important system that had constituted the basis of the ancient Ritsuryo system in Japan.
  640. Aftereffect of the incident
  641. Aftermath
  642. Aftermath of Reparations of 450 Million Taels
  643. Aftermath of the Battle
  644. Aftermath of the Kannonji family feud
  645. Aftermath of the battle
  646. Aftermath of the incident
  647. Aftermath of the war
  648. Aftermath on Naganuma
  649. Afternoon snacks eaten at about 3 p.m.
  650. Afterward
  651. Afterward from the middle ages to the early-modern times, '倭' was sometimes used to refer to the Yamato race by Chinese (please refer to "wako" (Japanese pirates) as an example).
  652. Afterward he entrusted his elder sister with the family business, and he himself learned Confucianism, Kokugaku (the study of Japanese classical literature), Waka (Japanese poem) and Shodo (calligraphy).
  653. Afterward he took posts of Toka no sechie Geben (a Kugyo who supervised many matters outside Jomei Gate at Toka no sechie, an Imperial Court ceremony), Hoheishi (an imperial messenger) to Tosho-gu Shrine, Chunagon (vice-councilor of state) and others.
  654. Afterward he was called Sakubei.
  655. Afterward his family lived in the Nasu county generation to generation.
  656. Afterward in the Bunka-Bunsei era, "Nanboku TSURUYA" created many works of Kabuki Kyogen in Edo.
  657. Afterward since the government conducted hanseki hokan (return of lands and people to the emperor) and formation of Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Tsushima Domain was confronted with the requisition for the negotiation right again.
  658. Afterward they headed to the Aizu Province from the Echigo Province as the Imperial Court army to convoy the Emperor under the direct control of the governor-general to join the war to overthrow the Shogunate, and returned to Totsukawa.
  659. Afterward, Amenohohi built the Kamosu-jinja Shrine (Matsue City, Shimane Prefecture) to enshrine Izanami in Izumo Province.
  660. Afterward, Chiyo left Kyoto to return to Kaga and married Nagatsugu MURAI of MURAI family which was one of the eight Maeda families.
  661. Afterward, Dochu wandered round the eastern provinces to spread the doctrine, and built Jiko-ji Temple (Tokigawa-machi Town).
  662. Afterward, FUSE no Miushi received the surname of ABE no Asomi, followed by Hirafu's sons receiving the surname of HIKITA no Asomi.
  663. Afterward, Fushimi Ward integrated into it Koga and Hatsukashi villages, Otokuni County in 1950 and Yodo town, Kuse County in 1957.
  664. Afterward, Gosankyo (Three Lord: three junior collateral houses of the Tokugawa family) was established, so the Owari Tokugawa family was not able to produce a Seitaishogun (the formal title name of the Shogun, which originally means the commander-in-chief of the expeditionary force against the barbarians) to the end.
  665. Afterward, Gozensata was changed by Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA, the successor of Yoshiakira, into the virtual highest advisory panel controlled by the chief vassals and close advisers personally chosen by the shogun, which discussed important matters besides administering Onsho awards.
  666. Afterward, Haruo YASUFUKU, who was a follower of Seitoku and was called a master, became a temporary head of the school.
  667. Afterward, Iga Ninja who were informed of the death of Nobunaga in Honnoji Incident rose in rebellion and caused conflicts in each region.
  668. Afterward, Izanagi spent his time at the Kakurenomiya in Awaji-shima Island which he first created.
  669. Afterward, Kazumasa gained Nobunaga's favor and was honored to be assigned to reign over Takashima County, Omi Province.
  670. Afterward, Kichijiro inherited the head family as Yataro OKURA, the 24th (later Yaemon OKURA), which resulted in the restoration of the head family.
  671. Afterward, Kinsen (Konsen), who was a successor of Kakushin SHINCHI, emerged and established Ichigetsu-dera Temple in Kogane, Shimousa Province (present-day Kogane, Matsudo City, Chiba Prefecture) on Tsunetoki HOJO's conversion to Buddhism, and constructed the dojo (training hall).
  672. Afterward, Kintsuna entered the battle to attack Chibaya-jo Castle, but he eventually accepted the order of the Emperor Godaigo and went over to the Imperial army.
  673. Afterward, Kiyonobu worked with his father at Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) serving the Ashikaga Shogun Family.
  674. Afterward, Kogimonin energetically worked on various government practices such as imperial succession, human affairs, estate disposal, rituals, and played a role as Chiten no kimi to the fullest.
  675. Afterward, Konyo left the duty of the sweet potato cultivation spread, and was involved in the old document collection and research on Dutch language.
  676. Afterward, Kosen is believed to have handed down the secret art to Michiaki KAWANO.
  677. Afterward, Mizoguchi created literary films such as Seiichi FUNAHASHI's 'Yuki fujin ezu' (A Picture of Madame Yuki), Junichiro TANIZAKI's 'Oyu-sama' (Lady Oyu), and Shohei OOKA's 'Musashino fujin' (Lady Musashino).
  678. Afterward, Moronao was reinstated and he became a steward of the Ashikaga clan again.
  679. Afterward, Motohira continued the construction of Motsu-ji Temple, and finally the magnificent scale of its temple structures and garden was said to exceed those of temples in Kyoto.
  680. Afterward, Naouji lost the military power with which he could oppose the South Court's side, he and his father escaped together to Nagato Province in 1355.
  681. Afterward, Naozane served Emperor Kokaku as the Sessho (regent), Kanpaku, and Grand Minister of State, and he was also granted the title of Jusango (an honorary rank next to the three Empresses: Great Empress Dowager, Empress Dowager, and Empress).
  682. Afterward, Naozane would become a priest, serving Honen (Buddhist priest).
  683. Afterward, Nobutora lived in Suruga Province under the patronage of Yoshimoto IMAGAWA.
  684. Afterward, Otori and Hijikata fled with the infantry north along the Nikko-kaido Road, fighting throughout the Tohoku into the Hakodate regions, one place after another.
  685. Afterward, Prince Ousu [(小碓); Prince Yamato Takeru] severed his [Prince Oousu (大碓)] hands and feet then wrapped his body in straw matting, and disposed him in unknown location.
  686. Afterward, Prince Uji no Wakiiratsuko was worried the prolonged vacancy on the Imperial Throne could lead to the disaster of the nation; then he finally decided taking his own life to settle the issue on the Imperial Throne.
  687. Afterward, Sanpaku INAMURA published the Dutch dictionary "Haruma Wage" and the language study research advanced.
  688. Afterward, Seiseifu fortress was placed in Dazaifu and functioned as a public institution for a while, but Ryoshun IMAGAWA defeated Takemitsu and gripped the control over Kyushu.
  689. Afterward, Shigeie succeeded to the 3rd chief priest of Jusho-in Temple.
  690. Afterward, Shigesada, who had become a gokenin (shogunal retainers) of the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) after reaching the manhood, asked his older brother to return the position of Goshi shiki.
  691. Afterward, Shimada and others changed their policy to the assassination of high officials.
  692. Afterward, Shinzen-in became chokugansho imperial praying site for Emperor Gofukakusa and Seinan-in for Emperor Gosaga.
  693. Afterward, Shobe Mitsuyoshi MORITA (1597 - 1632) finally established the head family and they were retained by Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  694. Afterward, Shukin TATSUTANOYA compiled the "Shin Zoho Ukiyo-e Ruiko" (Newly Enlarged History of Ukiyoe Prints), which contained the stories about 127 ukiyo-e artists, in 1868.
  695. Afterward, Special Measures concerning Taxation in the Liquor Tax Law was enacted and enforced on April 30, 2008.
  696. Afterward, Sukehide's art of fire weapons was, along with original improvements brought by continuous efforts, handed down as 'INADOME Teppo-Jutsu' (INADOME's art of fire weapons).
  697. Afterward, Tadatsune set camp in Morita between Nonomitani and Shiwachi, and laid siege to Shiwachi-jo Castle.
  698. Afterward, Takeshiba's whereabouts is unknown but "Shomon Ki" says that he lost the right to hold a festa at Hikawa-jinja Shrine.
  699. Afterward, Yasuyuki MATSUI, who was a key vassal of his adopted son Tadaoki and was a younger brother-in-law of Terutsune, invited him to Yasuyuki's place as a guest commander.
  700. Afterward, Yorizumi drifted from one province to another for some time, and after a while, his daughter became a concubine of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, the then Tenkabito (ruler of the country).
  701. Afterward, Yoshinao excluded the adopted child, Yoshinobu OSAKI, and succeeded in becoming independent, but continued to be pressured by the Date clan.
  702. Afterward, Yugoro lived with Tama as well as Tsune MATSUI (it was written in his removed family registry that 'Iida-machi, Kojimachi Ward, Tokyo Prefecture -- the marriage of the eldest daughter of the warrior class, Yasogoro MATSUI, was registered').
  703. Afterward, a compromise was reached between the two sides.
  704. Afterward, a daughter of Takatoshi married TAIRA no Tomosada and Takatoshi took the family name of Abe to escape from persecution by the Minamoto clan.
  705. Afterward, a member of Kizokuin (the House of Peers).
  706. Afterward, although changes occurred through periods, the length of ri has returned to that in the Zhou period because 500 meters has been set as 1 ri in today's China.
  707. Afterward, as the Toyotomi clan would not obey the Tokugawa clan and attempted to be independent, they were defeated by Ieyasu in Osaka no Jin (The Siege of Osaka), which started in 1614.
  708. Afterward, at the age of six or seven, he (or she) undergoes Otoriage.
  709. Afterward, because of his sincere posture to Western studies, he was praised as '蘭学の化け物' (literally, wizard of Western studies) by Masashika OKUDAIRA, the lord of the domain, and was so proud of the title that he called himself '蘭化' (ranka).
  710. Afterward, due to a political dispute inside the regime, Yoshisada as the head of the anti Ashikaga clan group and anti samurai family group confronted Takauji.
  711. Afterward, due to the confrontation between Nobunaga and Yoshiaki intensifying, anti-Nobunaga network was formed by the order of the bakufu, but it was destroyed by Nobunaga.
  712. Afterward, during the imperial mausoleum restoration project in the Bunkyu era of the Edo period which started in 1862, Noguchino Ono-haka underwent an interim repair as the Mausoleum of Emperor Monmu.
  713. Afterward, even during the Nagayao no Hen (Conspiracy of Nagayao)in 729, he handled the incident as a Shikibukyo (the Highness of Ceremonial).
  714. Afterward, following Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA's retirement to become a priest, the Toyotomi government, then the Edo bakufu handled the issuance of kumon (kojo).
  715. Afterward, for some reasons he came to struggle financially.
  716. Afterward, hamburgers consisting of hamburger patties placed between two slices of a bun became so popular that they became a feature of fast food chains such as McDonald's.
  717. Afterward, having acted as Imperial Guards (Japanese Army) General Staff/Staff Headquarters (Japan) Kanto Official, he assumed the position of Hohei (foot solideirs) Twelfth Corps Chief in February, and was promoted to Army Colonel.
  718. Afterward, he also participated in the establishment of the Industrial Bank of Japan in 1902 and the establishment of Japanese-French Bank in 1912, and he worked as the president of the former bank.
  719. Afterward, he assumed posts such as Ikai (rank in law and ordinance system), hyobu kyo (chief of the department of the army) or the governor of Kazusa Province, and he moved into Ninna-ji Temple renamed as Shinjaku when SUGAWARA no Michizane, his father in law was relegated to Kyushu Dazaifu in 901.
  720. Afterward, he became a ronin(masterless samurai) for a while.
  721. Afterward, he became the founder of the Bicchu-Sho clan (Sho-clan in Bicchu Province).
  722. Afterward, he came to join military operations; he joined the battle against Hongan-ji Temple and Ise Nagashima Ikko Ikki (an uprising of Ikko sect followers in Nagashima, Ise Province) and Echizen ikko ikki (religious riot) in 1575, and achieved distinguished war services.
  723. Afterward, he came under the command of Mitsuhide AKECHI who was given Shiga County by Nobunaga.
  724. Afterward, he continued exert influence on domain duties while being retired.
  725. Afterward, he conversely assumed a role of watching out for the Asai clan.
  726. Afterward, he determined to hold Gifu-jo Castle, but he surrendered the castle to the enemy in accordance with Masanori FUKUSHIMA's advice.
  727. Afterward, he experienced various posts such as kokushi (provincial governors) of Kaga Province and Inaba Province, Sayu no chujo (middle captains of the left and right palace guards), and Kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain), and was promoted to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in 1184.
  728. Afterward, he followed the Shimazu clan and joined the army to attack the Otomo clan and so on.
  729. Afterward, he founded 富教会 and worked harder on salvation of the warrior class.
  730. Afterward, he has kept worrying about Okinawa Prefecture as before, making the third visit to Okinawa Prefecture after he ascended the throne.
  731. Afterward, he heads for Ninna-ji Temple, where his younger brother Prince Kakushobo lives, and settles down there.
  732. Afterward, he held various posts including Daikenmotsu (a senior government auditor), Sani no To (Head of the Bureau of Holders of Rank Without Portfolio), Samanosuke (Vice-Minister of Left Division of Bureau of Horses), Governor of Shinano Province, and Governor of Bizen Province.
  733. Afterward, he improved himself in Kyoto.
  734. Afterward, he joined the army in the Korean invasion and fought bravely in the Battle of Sacheon.
  735. Afterward, he left for his new post as jo (secretary of provincial offices) in Ecchu Province about April, 748 ("Manyoshu" [the oldest anthology of tanka] Volume 18), and he held that post until about September, 751.
  736. Afterward, he lived in a hermitage 'Taigetsu-an' in Yamazaki of Yamashiro Province (or Settsu Province?) and was called Sokan YAMAZAKI.
  737. Afterward, he lived in seclusion in Saga, Yamashiro Province, where he died.
  738. Afterward, he lived with his mother in Takamatsu, Sanuki Province, and soon started serving Iehiro KONOE, the chief adviser to the Emperor.
  739. Afterward, he made many works starring Yujiro ISHIHARA and Ruriko ASAOKA.
  740. Afterward, he received training from the Kano School.
  741. Afterward, he resigned from the post, but was again appointed as Gojiso in 1271, and conducted an invocation for Ikoku Kobuku (to protect and suppress a foreign country using the power of God or Buddha) in the middle of increasingly intense crisis of the Mongolian Expeditions against Japan.
  742. Afterward, he retired and took a second name of Ishun.
  743. Afterward, he retrieved his lost honor and in the following year, was given a family name of HIKAMI no Mahito being demoted from nobility to commoner, however, many of his family members were caught up in the political confusion.
  744. Afterward, he returned to Edo, taught Fuyo's tenkoku, which was referred to as the history of Japanese seal engraving, and played a leading role.
  745. Afterward, he served Katsushige ITAKURA, who was Shugodai (the acting Military Governor) of Kyoto.
  746. Afterward, he served as a member of a municipal assembly and a prefectural assembly.
  747. Afterward, he studied under Tenan YAMAGUCHI, a composer of Chinese poems in Ise Province.
  748. Afterward, he succeeded Kaji Monzeki (the head priest of Sanzen-in Temple), and took the post as the head priest of the Buddhist Tendai sect, three times after 1344.
  749. Afterward, he successively filled the positions of the head of the Second division of the Imperial Army, and the head of the Fourth division as well as head of the aviation headquarters of the Army.
  750. Afterward, he taught for 17 years and disciples gathered from various places.
  751. Afterward, he traveled around and taught swordplay, and later, he built Chofuku-ji Temple in Namiai-mura, Shinshu Province (later, Namiai-mura, present-day Achi-mura Namiai), and called himself Nendaiosho.
  752. Afterward, he used his personal asset and devoted himself to research as a scholar out of power.
  753. Afterward, he visited Sendai City to raise funds for building orphanages, and got to know Kokko SOMA (also called Kokko, 1876 ? 1955), a daughter of a feudal retainer of Sendai Domain, and got married her in 1898.
  754. Afterward, he was captured by the Northern Court forces, and died from a disease on October 20, 1377,
  755. Afterward, he was granted the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) after several positions such as a Junior Assistant Governor-General of Dazai-fu (the local government office in the Kyushu region), a Captain Gate guard, the Chief of Bureau of Palace Storehouses, and the Minister of the Sovereign's Household, but he did not have any official positions when he died.
  756. Afterward, he was promoted to Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) Konoefu (the Headquarters of the Inner Palace Guards).
  757. Afterward, he won the confidence of FUJIWARA no Nakamaro by working hard in events including the Imperial funeral for Empress Dowager Komyo, and came to be promoted as if nothing had happened.
  758. Afterward, he wrote many scenarios in Shochiku Cinema and Imperial Cinema.
  759. Afterward, he wrote masterpieces such as "The Shopboy's God" and "Bonfire."
  760. Afterward, he wrote scripts and produced sets for Kinnosuke YOROZUYA.
  761. Afterward, his older brother Yoshitsune escaped and went to see MINAMOTO no Yoritomo in Kamakura to get support.
  762. Afterward, however, Hideyoshi's tremendous force bore upon Nobukatsu, who made a peace treaty all by himself without counsel from Ieyasu.
  763. Afterward, however, he took part in the Ouetsu-reppan Alliance to follow the movements of the domains of Tohoku region, and fought against the New Government.
  764. Afterward, in 989, he was promoted from Sachuben (Middle Controller of the Left) to Udaiben (Major Controller of the Right), the high-ranking position in Benkan.
  765. Afterward, in the Japanese history, the Yagyu clan appeared in the end of Kamakura period and Kenmu Restoration (the new government) organized by the Emperor Godaigo.
  766. Afterward, in the tensonkorin (the descent to earth of the grandson of the sun goddess), Omoikane accompanied Ninigi (god who was sent to settle the ground of Japan).
  767. Afterward, it became owned by the shogunate of the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), and the Gojo daikansho was established in 1795.
  768. Afterward, it moved its base to Kitayama (around present day Rokuon-ji Temple in Ukyo-ku Ward, Kyoto City) in around the twelfth century, moved inside the capital (around present-day Shokoku-ji Temple in Kamigyo-ku Ward, Kyoto City), and it was in 1656 that it moved to its present location.
  769. Afterward, it participated in the Siege of Odawara led by Kanpaku (Chief adviser to the Emperor) Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI and was given an approval for its territory as Daimyo of 200,000 koku (approximately 36 million liters of crop yield).
  770. Afterward, it passed into the possession of Hisahide MATSUNAGA.
  771. Afterward, it was decided that she became a Saigu of the Hatsuse Kurahashi no miya regardless of her being a widow, however, she suddenly died in the morning of May 6, 678, just the day of her departure.
  772. Afterward, it was passed down from generation to generation in the Ashikaga shogun family.
  773. Afterward, it was split into schools and merged.
  774. Afterward, it was unified to shozei, so the word 'taizei', which used to be used in conjunction with the word 'kanto', also died out.
  775. Afterward, mining of nickel was begun on Oe-yama mountain range, which was located to the southwest of Kaya Station, and so, in 1940, the railway to the mine, exclusively used for freight transportation, was opened.
  776. Afterward, more kinds of medals were added.
  777. Afterward, praying for Emperor Kogen of the Northern Court (Japan) while praying for Kyoto Kanko (the Emperor returning to Kyoto) of Emperor Godaigo of the Southern Court (Japan), he influenced the religious belief of court noble and Samurai.
  778. Afterward, receiving Horoku (salary) from the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) for generations until the period headed by Yataro Toratoshi, the 22nd, the family steadily maintained Kyogen as the head family of the Okura school with the oldest tradition.
  779. Afterward, she became a nyoju (court lady who serves in the inner palace) at the harem of Emperor Kanmu, and she won his affection and had a son.
  780. Afterward, she enters Daigokuden (the main building of the Imperial Palace) inside the Imperial Court, where the Emperor is waiting, and attends the ceremony of departure, 'Hakken no Gi.'
  781. Afterward, she had two sons and a daughter with the Emperor.
  782. Afterward, she resided in Otori-jo Castle in the Shinobu County (presently, Tate no Yama Park near Iizaka Hot Springs in Fukushima City), mothering the brothers of Tsugunobu and Tadanobu SATO (vassals of Yoshitsune).
  783. Afterward, she was called 'Okaru' and 'Sho', and after took the tonsure and enter the priesthood, she identified herself as 'Eishoin.'
  784. Afterward, similar festivals have increased for prevention of plagues or disasters.
  785. Afterward, since the family of Genshichiro KONPARU, from which the Shundo family learned, became extinct, the Shundo family became the main waki-kata family of the Konparu school.
  786. Afterward, tencho setsu was determined according to the birthday of the Emperor who ascended the throne.
  787. Afterward, the Imperial Household Agency officially announced the name of a disease following the Emperor's wish.
  788. Afterward, the Ishikawa clan survived as the middle noble class for some time
  789. Afterward, the Kanrei supervised government affairs, and management of the Ashikaga Shogun family was transferred to Mandokoro (Administrative Board).
  790. Afterward, the Muromachi bakufu put the doso in Kyoto under its administration.
  791. Afterward, the Nitta family was divided into five families, such as Horiguchi, Satomi, Momoi, Odachi and Isshiki families.
  792. Afterward, the Supreme Commander of Oshu was raised in status of the Oshu Kanrei which held not only the right of military command but also the authorities for Kendan (Policing and adjudication authority) and Sata (Order), securement of fief in the ruling provinces and the recommendation for rewards, and so on.
  793. Afterward, the battle drew to a stalemate as both sides suffered from logistical problems; the Japanese forces ran out of provisions while the Ming lost hundreds of thousands of horses due to starvation, which led to the discussion of a peace treaty and then to a truce agreement.
  794. Afterward, the dispatch of Saio to Ise was stopped once, following the reign of Emperor Yomei.
  795. Afterward, the domain negotiated with the Korean side for two years, and in May 1699, they agreed that the domain should pay additional 27% of the price besides to the stated price when the domain would pay with Genroku Chogin.
  796. Afterward, the expansion of the commutable area weakened due to the tendency of people to return to the city centers.
  797. Afterward, the goddess of Saoyama (Mt.Sao) appeared in the dream of Toshiie and others, and played Kagura (a musical dance).
  798. Afterward, the largest school of Ukiyoe Eshi painters, the Utagawa school, consisting of Toyokuni's disciples began to take shape.
  799. Afterward, the mantou was eaten after enshrined at the altar because throwing it into a river was wasteful, and therefore a big mantou imitating a human head got smaller and smaller.
  800. Afterward, the meeting continued, and the other members ignored him, with a focus on the supporters of a parliamentary regime with the Emperor at its center, i.e., the anti-Shogunate group.
  801. Afterward, the metric system was introduced into Japan for convenience in conversion among units, and in 1891, the Weights and Measures Act set 1 kan at 3.75 kilograms, so 1 ryo became equal to 37.5 grams.
  802. Afterward, the monument was unearthed and enshrined in Kasuga-sha Shrine in Nara.
  803. Afterward, the movement to defeat the shogunate was eventually accomplished, and the Meiji Restoration was realized.
  804. Afterward, the place where her body was laid was called 'Katabiragatsuji'.
  805. Afterward, the real estate in Tada was inherited by MINAMOTO no Yorimitsu (the eldest son of Mitsunaka), and then by MINAMOTO no Yorikuni (the son of Yorimitsu), and from MINAMOTO no Yoritsuna (the fifth son of Yorikuni) the lineage of the eldest son succeeded to the family name of 'Tada.'
  806. Afterward, the river around Arashiyama and to the north was referred to as the Oi-gawa River, '大堰川' or '大井川,' (in two different descriptions with the same meaning), while the river to the south of Arashiyama was referred to as the Katsura-gawa River, '桂川' or '葛河' (the same as the above).
  807. Afterward, the role of empress became diversified.
  808. Afterward, the tax was abolished temporarily from 1802 to 1804 when the system of obligatory supply of the one-tenth amount of rice for sake brewing was introduced (as will be discussed hereinafter), but remained thereafter.
  809. Afterward, the temple has been declining, although it succeeded to the temple name of 'Gango-ji Temple.'
  810. Afterward, the territorial problem occurred between Japan and Qing (see also The Taiwan Expedition), then Qing feared Japan's strong attitude and they directed the Joseon Dynasty to receive the letter.
  811. Afterward, the tombs of the chiefs changed mainly to round and square barrows in shape.
  812. Afterward, there was no more prisons on the land of Tsukigata, but after 1970, a movement welcoming the construction of prisons began.
  813. Afterward, through struggles for succession to the Imperial Throne and accompanying power struggles among nobles, the military organization was reformed many times so as to work in their favor.
  814. Afterward, two empresses were no longer in place and all empresses became 'Chugu.'
  815. Afterward, under the influence of Theater Reform Campaign, many works, called "Shin Kabuki" (New Kabuki), were born from the Meiji period to the prewar age of the Showa period.
  816. Afterward, waist drums, Ni no tsuzumi drum, and Yon no tsuzumi drum were died out, and Ikko drum has been used in bugaku (traditional Japanese court music accompanied by dancing) while San no tsuzumi drum is used in Komagaku music.
  817. Afterward, when Chikuun visited Edo again, he was asked to succeed Sankei Juku, which was a private school founded by Sokken YASUI, but he declined.
  818. Afterward, when Harumoto became hostile to Nagayoshi, Nobuyoshi was placed under house arrest, together with Ujitsuna HOSOKAWA, a kanrei, in Yodo-kojo Castle and in 1558 celebrated his attainment of manhood under Nagayoshi's guidance.
  819. Afterward, when the Hosokawa Keicho family came to control the Province of Yamashiro, the castle was guarded by Shugodai (deputy of Shugo, provincial constable)-level Hikan (low-level bureaucrat) and used to watch Settsu Province and Kawachi Province.
  820. Afterward, za was abolished by "the Shokuho regime" (the regime of Nobunaga ODA and Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI; "Shoku" and "ho" are the initial letters of Oda and Toyotomi), and the territory of the Uesugi clan was changed, so that aoso-za in Echigo Province lost its influence.
  821. Afterward:
  822. Afterwards
  823. Afterwards Hakuseki ARAI limited the trade volume, but Okitsugu TANUMA promoted trade after he took political power.
  824. Afterwards Motonaga and his retainers were about to die from severe diseases, but Jizo Bosatsu saved their lives.
  825. Afterwards Nobunaga formed a hostile relationship with Kenshin UESUGI, which Hisahide MATSUNAGA took as a good opportunity to attack Nobunaga (the Battle of Shigisan Castle).
  826. Afterwards Rennyo made Otsu a base of the Ikko sect, which led to the prosperity of Otsu.
  827. Afterwards Senjaku did not return to the world of kabuki for eight years, and Ganjiro for ten years.
  828. Afterwards Tomomune became an adopted son of Sukeyori MUTO, and in 1200 he was appointed to Dazaifu (local government office in Kyushu region).
  829. Afterwards he continued to admire the calligraphy by Kukai and at the age of 58 he moved to Shikoku and stayed in Hagiwara-ji Temple (currently, Hagiwara, Onohara-cho, Kanonji city, Kagawa Prefecture) and copied the treasured 'Kyujosho' by Kukai (stored in Hagiwara-ji Temple, Important Cultural Property).
  830. Afterwards he held Zuryo (the provincial governor) of Mimasaka Province, Chikugo Province, Sagami Province, and Higo Province in turn, and his diligent work bought the favor of Sessho FUJIWARA no Kaneie, the younger brother of Koretada, so he became the Keishi (household superintendent) in Kaneie's family.
  831. Afterwards he used his language skills as his advantage and worked as an officer and interpreter for a command center of First Army Division in the Sino-Japanese War; he was also engaged in a military career in the Russo-Japanese War.
  832. Afterwards his son Moroyuki YAMANA and descendants continued to govern Hino County and became to be called "Hino Yakata".
  833. Afterwards in 1281, Mukan Fumon became the chief priest of Tofuku-ji Temple.
  834. Afterwards it was inevitable that Tadazane spend 10 years under house arrest in Uji City.
  835. Afterwards it was reconstructed but its influence declined.
  836. Afterwards it was set up and Dainagon (Major Counselor) or Chunagon (middle counselor) concurrently held the post.
  837. Afterwards she cohabited with Shusui KOTOKU and began to sympathize with anarchism.
  838. Afterwards the Sasaki clan, dividing into the Rokkaku clan and the Kyogoku clan, governed Omi Province until the Sengoku period (period of warring states).
  839. Afterwards the carriages as well as restaurants in the same location were left as they were but, the carriages were disassembled in December 1995.
  840. Afterwards the demand for domestic wine decreased and only a few viticulturists remained to produce wine in various places.
  841. Afterwards various route maps came out.
  842. Afterwards, 'Gozan bungaku' (literature of the Five Mountain Monasteries) flourished in Zen temples in the Kamakura and Muromachi periods.
  843. Afterwards, 'Jimyo-in' remained as the name of the residence, and it became the Yago (family name) of the house.
  844. Afterwards, Asahiken became to be called Sojuan, and Mitsushige's wife who came to hold a service for her deceased husband there decided that it would be her graveyard.
  845. Afterwards, Emperor Anko made Princess Nakashi as his consort, but due to this affair, he created the cause for his own assassination.
  846. Afterwards, Emperor Koko promoted sumo which lead to a revival, but from the middle of the Heian period, the events were called sumo 'Meshiawase' (invitation) events that were smaller in scale and in fact organized by the imperial guards.
  847. Afterwards, Gishiwajinden goes on saying, 'Iyo sent Yasuku with twenty other men to accompany Chang CHENG home; they went up to the capital of Wei and paid tribute of thirty male and female slaves, five thousand pieces of white gem, two pieces of carved jade, as well as twenty bolts of assorted brocade with novel designs.'
  848. Afterwards, Iesada became the twelfth Shogun Ieyoshi's successor.
  849. Afterwards, Ietoshi shuttled between his fiefdom and Kyoto, where he had his daughters married to powerful nobility and became acquainted with Tamehiro REIZEI and others through waka (Japanese poetry).
  850. Afterwards, Japan National Railways went ahead with the standardization and domestic production of trains and equipment.
  851. Afterwards, Kamo SERIZAWA, who had changed his name to Tsuguji SHIMOMURA, joined the anti-foreigner Tenguto group, was jailed for a crime but released with amnesty, moved to Edo after changing his name back to Kamo SERIZAWA and, in February 1863, went to Kyoto to Hachiro KIYOKAWA's Roshigumi, set up to defend the Shogun in Kyoto.
  852. Afterwards, Kamon became popular among Kuge and various Kamon were created.
  853. Afterwards, Kim Chunchu (later to become King Taejong Muyeol), who gained a lot of power under Princess Sondoku (632 - 647), proactively adopted the Tang Dynasty system, and when he took the throne as King Taejong (654 - 661) in 654, their kingdoms grew even closer.
  854. Afterwards, Kinnobu was on the express track of promotion as the head of seigake (the second highest family status for court nobles) and worked as jiju (a chamberlain) and Sakone no chujo (Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  855. Afterwards, Kogen-jinja Shrine was set up on Mt. Gyuto, which is located in Chuncheon, Gangwon Province, South Korea, the former territory of Silla.
  856. Afterwards, Kokaho was issued in 1195, 1249, 1250, 1253, 1282, and 1330.
  857. Afterwards, MINAMOTO no Akifusa's daughter, MINAMOTO no Moroko (who was 8 years older than Tadazane), became Tadazane's legal wife and had by that stage already given birth to a child (the cloistered Imperial Prince Kakuho) by the Retired Emperor Shirakawa.
  858. Afterwards, Masamitsu and his sons became Yoritomo's Gokenin (shogunal retainers of the Kamakura bakufu).
  859. Afterwards, Matsukata served as the member of the House of Representatives for three consecutive terms from 1936, and moved to the U.S. as a national ambassador to work internationally.
  860. Afterwards, Mitsugoro the 8th, surprised, said 'I never knew that such a delicious food like this existed in the world' (from "Ningen Kokuho" - Living National Treasures weekly magazine, The Asahi Shinbun Company).
  861. Afterwards, Moronaga became a Buddhist priest to gain the Go (byname) of Rikaku.
  862. Afterwards, Mukan Fumon attended various lectures in the Kanto and Hokuetsu regions in addition to practicing Zen medications with Enni (Benen) at Tofuku-ji Temple in Kyoto.
  863. Afterwards, Naouji ISSHIKI and his father devoted themselves to the task of ruling the Kyushu region.
  864. Afterwards, Nichizon was engaged in missionary work in the Kyoto area.
  865. Afterwards, Nobunaga built fortresses on four sides of Hongan-ji Temple and another fortress on the sea side in Sumiyoshi to have the temple under complete siege.
  866. Afterwards, ONO no Imoko left for Japan with a reply from Yang Guang.
  867. Afterwards, Oban was also minted in the obanza in Kyoto.
  868. Afterwards, Ryoo continued his lifestyle as an ascetic monk, and he went Nagasaki and practiced Zen mediation under Sokuhi Nyoitsu.
  869. Afterwards, Ryoo journeyed to the Fumon-in Temple, a Tacchu (sub-temple) of the Tofukuji in Kyoto there he worshiped a statue of Enni, a monk who had received the Shoichi Kokushi (highest title for a priest).
  870. Afterwards, Ryoo used the miracle medicine for the pain from the Rasetsu, and the pain diminished.
  871. Afterwards, Sensho's second daughter Tsurue got married to Tatsuyuki TAKANO.
  872. Afterwards, Shiga Prefecture erected stone markers at the site of Ote-mon Gate and other places, as well as restored the site of Ninomaru, and excavated and investigated the sites of castle tower and Honmaru.
  873. Afterwards, Shogoin Temple and Nyakuoji-sha Shrine were burnt down by an army fire in the Onin War; however, Kumano Sanzan Kengyo's post itself continued to exist as seen in the ryoji (orders issued by princes, empresses, etc.) issued in 1545 and 1564.
  874. Afterwards, Soshitsu SENSO maintained his energetic activities traveling back and forth between Kanazawa and Kyoto until 1688, and died in 1697.
  875. Afterwards, Sukemasa opposed Sadayori ROKKAKU in Minami Omi (Southern Omi Province due to the attempt to expand his influence, and he was once backfooted by Sadayori's offensive.
  876. Afterwards, Sumimoto raised an army, and Yoshimura, following him, also fought with a powerful Daimyo (feudal lord) in the west region, Yoshioki OUCHI, who supported Yoshiki and Takakuni, but he lost the Battle of Funaokayama.
  877. Afterwards, Tadakatsu always lived near Ieyasu's living castle and performed well as a commander of the hatamoto troop.
  878. Afterwards, Tadamichi took the child of the regent Motozane KONOE and Nobuyori's sister as his wife.
  879. Afterwards, Takasue and Iesue brothers sided with the Northern Court (Japan) and in 1336, Iesue was ordered to become Tsugaru battle bugyo (commander) by Ienaga SHIBA and attacked the Southern Court side Nanbu clan at its base castle.
  880. Afterwards, Tangonokuni (Tango Province) continued on as a fiefdom of the Isshiki family.
  881. Afterwards, Tashiraka no himemiko became his empress, and the reign by Emperor Keitai began.
  882. Afterwards, Tokiyori continued to immerse himself in spiritual practices and rose to the eighth chief Buddhist monk of Daien-in Temple, the Bekkaku-honzan (quasi-head temple) of Mt. Koya Shingon Sect.
  883. Afterwards, Tonouchi was assassinated and Yuzan NEGISHI withdrew the group in the internal leadership struggle, and Iesato who left in isolation ran away from the group, but he was forced to commit Seppuku (ritual suicide by disembowelment) by Serizawa when he was hiding in Osaka.
  884. Afterwards, Tosui continued to take care of Ichiyo, who lived in dire poverty.
  885. Afterwards, Tsuchimikado family; the descendant of Ariyo would keep reigning not only Onmyodo but also astronomy and almanac fields until the Meiji period.
  886. Afterwards, Wasuke learned from Sadakichi how to make imo-yokan.
  887. Afterwards, Yamamoto was employed by the Nikkatsu (movie studio) and worked as an assistant director.
  888. Afterwards, Yasutoki HOJO granted the territory that once was in Mitsusue's possession to his posthumous son Suemura IGA.
  889. Afterwards, Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA (later the second shogun), who took charge of the civil administration instead of Tadayoshi, restored the abolished Hikitsukekata without any reform, with the result that the discussion and the shogun's ultimate decision were separated again.
  890. Afterwards, Yoshikata worked for FUJIWARA no Yorinaga.
  891. Afterwards, Yoshinori attempted to expand his power throughout Kanto by having his own son made Kanto Kubo, but withdrew the plan in the face of opposition from the Uesugi Clan.
  892. Afterwards, Yoshio fell from the position as a result of the Otenmon Incident, and at the end, Yoshifusa and Yoshitada were the only compilers (Yoshitada was in fact the one that compiled the history) and completed "Shoku Nihon Koki" (Later Chronicle of Japan Continued) on September 23, 869.
  893. Afterwards, Yoshitomi, who was Iesada's adopted child, changed his name to Iemochi TOKUGAWA then became the successor.
  894. Afterwards, Yoshitsune YAMAMOTO accompanied MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka's army to attack Heian-kyo in 1183.
  895. Afterwards, Yoshitsune YAMAMOTO and Yoshikane KASHIWAGI brothers raised an army on November 20.
  896. Afterwards, Zeami wrote his theories as private writings based on his devoted study on the Noh dramas such as "Kakyo (the Mirror of the Flower)", "Shugyoku Tokka (gathering gems and gaining flowers)" and "Sarugaku dangi (Talks about Sarugaku)".
  897. Afterwards, aiming at restructuring the nation under the Ritsuryo codes, the Emperor Kanmu carried out a large scale of administrative reform from the late Nara period to the early Heian period.
  898. Afterwards, all the members were promoted to immediate retainers of Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), and he became a Shogun's retainer at the age of 14.
  899. Afterwards, although Kondo was executed on May 17, 1868, Nomura, who was also scheduled to be executed together with Kondo, was released with Soma, another captive, thanks to Kondo's pleading for their lives.
  900. Afterwards, an Imperial Japanese Army Band instructor of French nationality, Charles Leroux, composed a tune for this poem and the song became a major hit as the first Japanese military song.
  901. Afterwards, as the Former Han was established (221 B.C.), the title of king settled as a title (vassal king) which was given to the emperor's vassals.
  902. Afterwards, aside from the annals of the school in which he was working, he publicized his opinions by means of learning journals or conference presentation less often than before, receiving no feedback from academic society.
  903. Afterwards, at its peak, the learning dormitories contained 900 residents.
  904. Afterwards, at the beginning of the fifteenth Century, War of Zenshu UESUGI happened and both the Tan party and the Kodama party sided with Ujinori UESUGI (another name of Zenshu before becoming a monk); eventually, both parties were beaten and lost their territories.
  905. Afterwards, at the news of an attack made by the Wa army that was sent to aid the Baekje revival forces, Buyeo Pung (Hosho FUYO) gave up on holing up in the castle and left there claiming to join the Wa army.
  906. Afterwards, at the residence of Kyoto shugoshoku (Military governor of Kyoto), he rediscussed his departure from the Shinsengumi with Isami KONDO and others, but his request was rejected again.
  907. Afterwards, backed by Utaemon NAKAMURA the fourth, he performed his creative work actively.
  908. Afterwards, because kimono was not worn in daily life, haori coats were not made.
  909. Afterwards, chief retainers of the Sendai Domain, Sadayu TAMAMUSHI and Bunjuro WAKO were forced to commit seppuku.
  910. Afterwards, descendents of Tsunezane continued as powerful local lords (kokujin) in the Higashiyama inland of Yamato Province through out the medieval period.
  911. Afterwards, due to the internal conflict of Seiyukai, Giichi TANAKA was received as the next president from out of the party.
  912. Afterwards, earthen figures came to be used again in eastern Japan in the first half of the end of the Jomon period.
  913. Afterwards, following Yoshisada NITTA, he fought in various fields in Echizen Province and Mino Province with his son Sadasuke HORIGICHI, and he died on the way of advance from Mino Province to Echizen Province in 1338.
  914. Afterwards, following orders issued by the chief vassal of Ao Castle, who had left the Sasa side, he fought against forces led by Ujiharu JIMBO, who was on his way to regain control of the castle.
  915. Afterwards, following the transfer of the national capital to the Heijo-kyo in 710, Yakushi-ji Temple was transferred from Asuka to a place facing Rokujo-oji Street of Heijo-kyo, where Yakushi-ji Temple is now standing.
  916. Afterwards, for the construction of Yodo-jo Castle, materials were diverted from Fushimi-jo Castle.
  917. Afterwards, from a position of about 1,300 m, a gentle gradient sidetrack of the eastbound Kosei Line diverges to the north of the Outer eastbound Biwako Line.
  918. Afterwards, further widening of the shoulders' breadth became popular, and it became one foot in width from 1688 to 1703 and then settled down.
  919. Afterwards, he additionally gave the children a fine-looking Daibyakugosha (big white bull cart).
  920. Afterwards, he advanced to the post of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) Sangi (Royal Advisors).
  921. Afterwards, he also suffered a slight cerebral infraction etc., and had speech difficulty.
  922. Afterwards, he assaulted Isami KONDO on the Fushimi-kaido Road with other remnants of the Goryo-eji such as Juro ABE.
  923. Afterwards, he became Dainaiki (Senior Secretary of the Ministry of Central Affairs) and Jushichiinojo (Junior Seventh Rank, Upper Grade).
  924. Afterwards, he became Fukucho (vice commander).
  925. Afterwards, he became a full-fledged scholar at around 30 and held the position of professor to hanko (domain school) of Hiji Domain, and in 1832 he was appointed as the chief retainer of Hiji Domain to carry out the domain's financial reform.
  926. Afterwards, he became a member of the House of Peers, and carryed on his own political campaigns such as opposing a plan to increase land taxes.
  927. Afterwards, he became a member of the high-ranked aristocracy, being appointed to Sangi in February 1004, and ranked Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in November of the same year.
  928. Afterwards, he became a press reporter of Yamato Shinbun and wrote several novels for the newspaper for a while, but he became a Kabuki play writer again in 1898.
  929. Afterwards, he became a teacher at Daiichi High School (the first old-education-system high school) and Tokyo Higher Normal School, and worked also as an instructor at the Literature school of Tokyo Imperial University from 1896.
  930. Afterwards, he became tenjobito (a high-ranking courtier allowed into the Imperial Palace) of In (the retired Emperor), proving useful to Gotobain (the Retired Emperor Gotoba).
  931. Afterwards, he became the conservator of the Yoshida family and he made Koretari YOSHIKAWA to take over the Yuiitsu Shinto (a sect of Shinto).
  932. Afterwards, he became the vassal of Kagekatsu.
  933. Afterwards, he belonged to Hachioji Sennin Doshin (junior officials in Hachioji), but as he put one of his colleagues of Sennin Doshin to the edge of the sword, having a conflict with him, he ran away to his relative's house (Masugoro INOUE's family), leaving the Sennin Doshin.
  934. Afterwards, he continued to enter contests, mainly centered on the Nitten Exhibition.
  935. Afterwards, he continued to gain Katsutoyo's trust, and married Katsutoyo's adopted daughter (Satouji ANDO's biological daughter, and Katsutoyo's niece) with permission to use the family name YAMAGUCHI.
  936. Afterwards, he controlled domestic administrations for Hideyoshi who was dedicating himself to the Battle of Bunroku and Keicho.
  937. Afterwards, he created many nonsense comedies pioneered by Shiro KIDO at Shochiku Kamata Studio.
  938. Afterwards, he devoted himself to promoting Japan-U.S. friendship, and, in his later years, he deeply concerned about the Pacific Wars.
  939. Afterwards, he entered the Minato stable of Osaka zumo and got his sumo wrestler's professional name Umegatani which is said to be named after his hometown.
  940. Afterwards, he failed running the dojo, and he spent the rest of his life as Yojinbo (the bodyguard) of a merchant family
  941. Afterwards, he formalized the religious regulations and charter in 1996, as well as establishing the 'branch temple' system.
  942. Afterwards, he fought on the Boshin War through the battle in Hakodate.
  943. Afterwards, he founded the film making company 'Sozo-sha,' not only with his wife Koyama, Fumio WATANABE and Takeshi TAMURA (Oshima's assistant director, later known as a playwright) who left Shochiku CO., Ltd., at the same time, but also with Hosei KOMATSU and Rokko TOURA.
  944. Afterwards, he held various posts in a row, such as the Governor of Tokushima Prefecture, the Governor of Yamanashi Prefecture, and the Governor of Shinchiku Prefecture of Taiwan, and the chief of the Bureau of Shrines of the Ministry of Home Affairs, then retired from office in 1902.
  945. Afterwards, he joined Tosa kinnoto which was organized by TAKECHI.
  946. Afterwards, he joined again Jiji Shinpo-sha, and he was accepted as the principle writer of "Sekai no Nihon" (Japan in the World) in 1896, recommended by Munemitsu MUTSU, Kinmochi SAIONJI and others.
  947. Afterwards, he joined the Seventh Unit of conscription army of the new government.
  948. Afterwards, he joined the army of MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka, who was also his nephew and the son of his elder brother Yoshikata.
  949. Afterwards, he joined the former Edo bakufu army with Takeaki ENOMOTO in Sendai and others and went over to Ezo (present Hokkaido).
  950. Afterwards, he joined the pro-Nobunaga group.
  951. Afterwards, he left momentarily from stage for school studies and wartime evacuation.
  952. Afterwards, he left the Hosokawa clan and served the Kishu Tokugawa family for 3000 koku.
  953. Afterwards, he lived as a regular mortal.
  954. Afterwards, he lived in Otokuni District, Yamashiro Province and died on April 7, 1711.
  955. Afterwards, he made his utmost protest by saying, "Hereafter, never do like this without notice."
  956. Afterwards, he partook in various positions, such as the Daikunosuke (deputy director of the carpenter division), the Chikaranosuke (deputy director of the taxation division), and the Kazuenosuke (deputy director of the accounting division).
  957. Afterwards, he played an important role in handling the issues such as a problem of heir of Shogun and handling the issue of Ansei no Taigoku (suppression of extremists by the Shogunate).
  958. Afterwards, he recovered the position and raised to Shonii (Senior Second Rank) Gon Dainagon.
  959. Afterwards, he resigned from his diplomatic position and served as Genroin gikan (Councilor of Chamber of Elders or Senate), Vice President of the Privy Council, and Privy Councilor.
  960. Afterwards, he returned to his homeland, Chikuzen Province, and founded Nenbutsu Dojo (Buddhist invocation training halls for monks) in Chikugo Province and Higo Province.
  961. Afterwards, he served Nagahide NIWA.
  962. Afterwards, he taught at a Terakoya (temple elementary school during the Edo period) under patronage of Kamekichi in Iyo Province.
  963. Afterwards, he took charge of Hokumen no bushi (the Imperial Palace Guards for the North side) of Emperor Toba, taking over the elder brother's position, and when his own daughter (Tosa no Tsubone) became a retired Emperor's favorite concubine, he was taken up to be the retired Emperor's courtier.
  964. Afterwards, he took charge of Toka no sechie Geben (a Kugyo who supervised many matters outside Jomei Gate at Toka no sechie (Imperial Court Ceremony, that took place on May 16)), Chunagon (vice-chief councilor of state) and others, and in 1857, he became Dainagon (chief councilor of state).
  965. Afterwards, he transferred Kame no mae to Hirotsuna FUSHIMI's residence in Iijima (Zushi City) and continued the meeting with her.
  966. Afterwards, he was also given Shimotsuke Province with a fief of 5,000 koku, and his fiefdom came to yield the total of 15,000 koku in rice.
  967. Afterwards, he was also promoted three times in five years and promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  968. Afterwards, he was appointed Dazai no sochi (Governor-General of the Dazai-fu offices), and adopted by Emperor Gokashiwabara.
  969. Afterwards, he was appointed as Seito Taishogun in 788 and went eastwards to subdue eastern barbarians in 789, but his attempts ended in failure due to the resistance from Aterui, the head of barbarians.
  970. Afterwards, he was appointed to Mimasaku no kuni Gon no kami (provincial governor of Mimasaku Province) and finally ascended to Gon Dainagon (provisional chief councilor of state) ranked Junii (Junior Second Rank).
  971. Afterwards, he was discharged from the infantry, and joined the Shinsengumi.
  972. Afterwards, he was elected for 8 times.
  973. Afterwards, he was given Koso-zenji (弘宗禅師) as Okurina (given name) by emperor.
  974. Afterwards, he was officially adopted by the Kondo family; therefore, he first called himself Isami SHIMAZAKI but later began calling himself Isami KONDO.
  975. Afterwards, he was on bad terms with his foster father and he studied under Narishige YOSHIDA (Sakonemon school).
  976. Afterwards, he was pardoned and in 1867 he was appointed to Naidaijin (Minister of the Center).
  977. Afterwards, he was pardoned by the imperial order due to his contribution to the construction of the Imperial Palace through historical investigation.
  978. Afterwards, he was promoted at a fast pace as the head of the Seiga family (one of the highest court noble families in Japan at that time), served Konoefu (the Headquarters of the Inner Palace Guards) in Sanuki Province, and gained the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and came in lines with Kugyo in 1448.
  979. Afterwards, he was trusted by Emperor Uda and MINAMOTO no Yoshiari and promoted to a close aide of them, and he also held various positions including the Zokubetto (the non-priest administrator) of Todai-ji Temple, the Uchuben (Middle Controller of the Right of the Department of State), and the Sachuben (Middle Controller of the Left of the Department of State).
  980. Afterwards, he went on a study tour to Europe and the South Pacific Region and made efforts to establish the Franco-Japanese Society, and in 1906 he assumed the post of the chief editor at the Yomiuri Shinbun, and thus he continued critical activities.
  981. Afterwards, he went to Mt. Hiei, and at first, he became a disciple of Genko Sho'nin.
  982. Afterwards, he went up to Kyoto and gained the peerage, using his academic cultural background as advantage.
  983. Afterwards, he went up to Kyoto and in December 1863, he was rejected the enlistment of the Shinsengumi (a special force that guarded Kyoto at the end of Tokugawa Shogunate), the predecessor of which was Mibu-Roshigumi, even though he asked for it anxiously.
  984. Afterwards, he worked as a reporter of Kirisutokyo Shinbun (Christian newspaper) and Osaka Koron (newspaper advocating public opinions).
  985. Afterwards, he worked at Hiroshima Sekihan Insatsu-jo (Hiroshima lithoprinting house) and Zuanchosei-jo (design coordination center) of Osaka City Office.
  986. Afterwards, he wrote 'Shigure Furu Yoru' (A Drizzling Night), 'Gonza to Sukeju' (Gonza and Sukeju), 'Furin Sobaya' (Soba Noodle Seller at Night) and so on for Kichiemon.
  987. Afterwards, his descendents were allowed to adopt a surname Ogawa, although they were belonging to the merchant class, and they expanded their business as purveyors of the daimyos (Japanese territorial lords) in the western region of Japan.
  988. Afterwards, his father was killed by Shugo (Provincial constable) Nyudo (man in the priesthood with a shaven head) Yasunori HONMA when the Genko Incident broke out.
  989. Afterwards, his medical condition worsened and he essentially quit a job as director in order to devote himself to rehabilitating.
  990. Afterwards, in 1714, Shotoku Chogin, whose grade was the same as the one of Keicho Chogin, was issued, and accordingly, minting of Ninjindai Oko Chogin was abolished as it was no longer needed.
  991. Afterwards, in popular lore he committed suicide.
  992. Afterwards, in the Edo period, with Japan being a country at peace, townspeople became more powerful developing a high level of autonomy.
  993. Afterwards, in the case for a Hatamoto or Gokenin, another matsugo-yoshi application was generated anew by the kashira (head) or shihai of his Hatamoto or Gokenin group, and both applications were submitted to Roju (the second-highest governmental post in the Edo bakufu) and Wakadoshiyori (the managerial post just under Roju).
  994. Afterwards, in the early 10th century, when the Kamo clan and the Abe clan began to pass their respective jobs down exclusively by succession, people from these families virtually monopolized the higher positions including Onmyo no kami in Onmyoryo.
  995. Afterwards, instead of Kiyomori, Iemori, who was a younger half-brother of Kiyomori, was appointed Hitachi no kuni no suke (Lord of Hitachi Province) and Uma no kami (a chief official of the Right Agency of Horse) and distinguished himself.
  996. Afterwards, it had never recovered its original magnificence.
  997. Afterwards, it is said he humbly bowed down, depressed, asking for advice as to what was best to do, and the death of the Minamoto clan leader left Tokiwa and the young children in tears, and Konomaru also wept.
  998. Afterwards, it is said that the Imperial Prince Abo, the son of the Emperor Heizei, and ARIWARA no Narihira, the fifth son of the Imperial Prince Abo, also lived there.
  999. Afterwards, it is said to have been modified by the Yoro-ryo (Yoro Code).
  1000. Afterwards, it was effectively dismantled by taiko kenchi (the cadastral surveys conducted by Hideyoshi).

18001 ~ 19000

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