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  1. In the Weights and Measures Act enacted after the ratification of the treaty of the meter, 1 shaku (a length unit) was set at 10 over 33 meter based on the metric system.
  2. In the West that belongs to the liquor culture region of single-fermentation where ingredients turn into liquor without adding 'something,' the existence of yeasts was scientifically proven only in the 19th century.
  3. In the West the old calendar (old style) refers to the Julian calendar before the Gregorian reform.
  4. In the West, 'paper cartridges,' which were similar to hayagos, were used since around 1550, twenty years before the first use of a hayago in Japan.
  5. In the West, a crisscrossed shoulder belt fitted with a scabbard was also worn in addition to the waist belt for carrying a sword.
  6. In the West, wall paintings were discovered in the sites where houses were built in the ancient Egypt, Greek and Rome.
  7. In the West, we conquered sixty-six countries of Shui.'
  8. In the Winter Siege of Osaka occurred in 1614, she, along with the Tokugawa side messenger Unkoin, strived for peace negotiations between the two families.
  9. In the Yabehamacho area
  10. In the Yaemon, the 10th period, the family newly took the family name 'Okura.'
  11. In the Yamaga style, it was similar to the Koshu style except for the paper treated with astringent persimmon juice was attached on the framework made by bamboo sticks.
  12. In the Yamahoko Junko on 17th, the chigo appears in Kinran no Furisode (long-sleeved kimono with gold brocade), hakama (Japanese male pants) with figured textiles, and Ho-o no Tenkan (crown of Chinese phoenix), with the kamuro on both sides of him and performs Chigo mai (dance by children of festivity) in the center of the hoko float.
  13. In the Yamakuni village there were ten Oaza (Oshio, Hatsukawa, Ido, Ono, Higae, Nakae, To, Tsuji, Torii and Shimo)
  14. In the Yamashina family, many textiles for hosonaga are matsushige (moegi color for omote (outside cloth), murasaki (purple) for ura (background cloth), koiro color for nakabe or kurenai (deep red) for ura, usu kurenai (light red) for nakabe, an ordered arabesque pattern of white pine for the outside cloth).
  15. In the Yamato sovereignty (the ancient Japan sovereignty) at the Reign of Empress Suiko, the government post to manage the horses already existed, a powerful clan produced horses in and around the capital.
  16. In the Yanagimoto group in the south, the tumuli have a tendency of consisting of main tumuli and their subsidiary tumuli, and the Makimuku group consists of main tumuli and their subsidiary tumuli.
  17. In the Yasaka-bon text, after Tomoe killed an enemy general who had chased after her, she was told by Yoshinaka to run away and convinced that her last service should be to mourn him, and she headed eastward and she was lost.
  18. In the Yayoi Period life changed from hunting and gathering to rice farming, which led to many problems on lands in order to getting field and water, so the bow and arrow developed into weapons on the battlefield.
  19. In the Yayoi period in Japan, many moat settlements or citadel villages or upland settlements were built in high places, such as mountains, but declined with advances of political unity.
  20. In the Yayoi period, dwelling types differed widely between eastern and western Japan in the early part but gradually converge into an identical type in the latter part.
  21. In the Year 1611
  22. In the Yi Dynasty Korea, Gao Zong (the King of Korea) designated the name of the country to the Korean Empire, and became the first Korean emperor.
  23. In the Yomei school, Toju NAKAE gained authority and influenced various parts of the country, including his disciple, Banzan KUMAZAWA, who became an administrator in Okayama Domain.
  24. In the Yomei-bunko library, Kyoto, two old manuscripts of April, 1127 to November, 1131 and April to May, 1132 (important cultural properties) and two newer manuscripts of January to March, 1132 and fall to winter, 1132 are exist.
  25. In the Yonekura Area
  26. In the Yoro Code, the names of the internal posts were changed.
  27. In the Yoro ritsuryo code (a code promulgated during the Yoro period), there was a regulation on onshu, but the oldest documented record dates back to 726 when the Taiho code was in effect.
  28. In the Yuan (Dynasty) in China, there was a system in which a tenth of the value of transactional cargo, or two thirds of the value in case of inferior goods, was paid to the authorities.
  29. In the Yuan Dynasty and Ming Dynasty, the credibility of copper coins had been degraded, and the influential families and the merchants engaging in large-scale trade who monopolized oversea trade could get these coins by selling inexpensive things and quite easily.
  30. In the Yuan and the Ming Dynasty, they also became popular as the subjects painted on ceramic wares.
  31. In the Yuge village there were nine Oaza (Kaminaka, Shimonaka, Shimoyuge, Shiota, Izaki, Akaishi, Tanuki, Shittan and Kamiyuge)
  32. In the Yuki-den building, emperors present Shinsen (food and alcohol offering to the gods) and notify Imperial instructions to the god; they Naorai (feast) the god, or they eat the Shinsen, presented to the god, themselves.
  33. In the Yuki-den building, there are Fusuma (bedding) put down in a southerly direction and a rack to place formal attire (court) and Kutsu (shoe, footwear) is put on the north side of the Fusuma.
  34. In the Yuri draft it was the first article and was most emphasized.
  35. In the Zen Sect, it is pronounced 'Hatsusu' or 'Hassu.'
  36. In the Zen sect it is placed as 'Shoso,' which shows the complete figure of an ascetic monk in the monk hall (僧堂) and is shaped as a figure with hair cut engaged in the practice of seated meditation.
  37. In the Zen sect, Sesshin means to do a meditation, have the spirit focus on one subject, and not to be distracted.
  38. In the Zen sect, a disciple who was acknowledged as having attained enlightenment had his master's portrait drawn by a painter; the master then wrote his preaching on the portrait based on the style of Chinese poetry called "gemon", and this portrait was used as a kind of diploma.
  39. In the Zen sect, goroku started being generated around the middle of the Tang period.
  40. In the Zen sect, kesa is positive proof of shiho (the dharma founded by Shakyamuni is inherited by a disciple from a priest master).
  41. In the Zen sect, returning to the original state of mind and original Buddhahood unconsciously by mediation means to jump over the above two Zen and reach directly to this status from the Zen meditation practice done by ordinary persons and a believer of any religion other than Buddhism.
  42. In the Zen sect, such boys were called katsujiki.
  43. In the Zen sect, the teacher priest would give his own portrait to his pupil monk as part of the inka (certification of spiritual achievement), and so, as the Zen sect became popular, many chinzo were depicted.
  44. In the Zen sect, the term is still used for being released from fear and anxiety, attaining a state of enlightenment and spiritual peace to establish one's independence by teachings of Buddha.
  45. In the Zen sect, to be the head priest of a temple.
  46. In the Zen sects, ascetic monks train mainly in training halls called "sodo."
  47. In the Zen temples, Kuri is a place to cook meals for the priests including chief priest and mainly learned priests and for the altar of Buddha, and it is also used as So-do Hall (A hall for meditation).
  48. In the Zenkoku Shinshu Kanpyokai, it is classified as the primary section in the Appraisal System of the Sake Zenkoku Shinshu Kanpyokai, namely, kanseishu (literally, completed sake) as the 'single use of a variety other than Yamada nishiki or a Yamada nishiki usage ratio of 50% or less.'
  49. In the Zenzaiya Incident in Osaka, he killed Teikichi ORI, in cooperation with his older brother Sanjuro, Juro ABE and others.
  50. In the Zhou period, a small feudal lord who worked for the Zhou Dynasty or the lords was called Daibu (a master), and a senior Daibu was called Kyo (a minister) and participated in governmental affairs.
  51. In the abolition of Sotsuzoku, the hereditary Sotsuzoku was incorporated into Shizoku (the samurai class), and the one-off generation of Sotsuzoku into Heimin (commoner).
  52. In the above abbot's chamber, four akari shoji are set in a single groove.
  53. In the above description in "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), there are apparent inconsistencies between dates.
  54. In the above description, his common name was Kotaro and Kozuke Province where he raised his army was mistakenly written as Koshiro and Musashi Province respectively, and Senjuo ASHIKAGA was mentioned as the general responsible for the attack of Kamakura.
  55. In the above descriptions in "Nihonshoki," IZUMO no Koma was referred to as IZUMO no Omi Koma with his kabane of Omi.
  56. In the above the ninamusubi, letter with crane and pine tree are made with colored threads.
  57. In the above, the term of katsunin was used to mean "opponent's move".
  58. In the above-mentioned 'Hyakufuku-cha' (also known as 'Hyakushu-cha' (literally, "Hundred Kinds of Tea")) of Doyo SASAKI, the competition was held ten times (ten cups of tea multiplied by ten makes a hundred cups of tea).
  59. In the above-mentioned place, he learned academics from Tetsuma MAZAKI, who was a kori yakunin (official for county), and, by going out to the castle town, swordplay from Hanpeita TAKECHI and devoted himself to antiforeign imperialism.
  60. In the above-mentioned record, it is said that the flood occurred during the Onin period (1394 to 1428), and that "no religious services are held because the shrine site is too small" after the place was ruined during floods or battles.
  61. In the absolute sense, Gokuraku is a world without pain or joy, which is called mui nehan kai (world of enlightenment of absolutely permanent existence).
  62. In the academic field, he issued "Kansei Igaku no Kin" (Prohibition of heterodoxies in the Kansei era) and authorized "Shushigaku" (Neo-Confucianism) as the official study, nationalized "Shoheizaka Gakumonsho" (or called 'Shoheiko,' which had been the private school of the Hayashi family), and took other measures to encourage literary and military arts.
  63. In the account recorded in the "Gukansho," "Yorimori had not been informed of the imminent withdrawal from the capital".
  64. In the act of 1636, the Hyojosho was referred to as 'Yoriaijo;' the name of the Hyojosho was not necessarily used from the beginning.
  65. In the active Act on Protection of Cultural Properties, folk-cultural properties are defined in article 2, paragraph 1, item 3 as follows.
  66. In the activities for sinks, increase in the amount of sinks for carbon dioxide brought by tree planting and so on after 1990 is converted and added on the emissions reduction of greenhouse gases.
  67. In the activities of sohonzan, it has information on Buddhist memorial service held at sohonzan, and in the activities of branch temples, it has information on Buddhist memorial services held at branch temples.
  68. In the actual history, it is said that there were not so many bailiffs called 'Akudaikan' (See also Bailiffs in the Edo Period.).
  69. In the adjacent southern compound and beside Otesuji are a stone wall and an earthen mound that are believed to be the remains of a building which "Chusei Jokaku Jiten" claims was "the most excellent mizu-no-te guruwa in Tanba Province."
  70. In the administration of his own domain, he made efforts in land surveys and regulation of shrines and temples.
  71. In the administration of the Nagaoka Domain after the Meiji Restoration, he achieved a degree of success as a person in charge of finance and accounting.
  72. In the administration of the domain, he also made efforts for financial reconstruction of the clan by issuing a thrift ordinance operative for five years.
  73. In the administrative division during the early modern era, these areas were referred to as Chionin Monzen, Kenninji Monzen, Gion Mawari, Daibutsu Mawari, and so on, but parts of the flat lands were turned into towns and became a part of urban area, and referred to as 'Rakugai Machi-tsuzuki.'
  74. In the aftermath of this change, Motonaga, who also carried out public administration in line with Kazan shinsei, was said to be dismissed under the pretext of his tyranny in Owari Province.
  75. In the aftermath of this treaty, the Korean dynasty became the Korean Empire, breaking free from the tributary system of Qing, and the 26th Gao Zong (Korean King) first referred to himself as "Emperor," abolishing the title "King," which means a vassal of the Chinese Emperor.
  76. In the aftermath, Japan disarmed the gun battery, and confiscated these arms as spoils of war.
  77. In the afternoon goes in the opposite direction)
  78. In the afternoon it goes in the opposite direction)
  79. In the afternoon of January 27, 1868, a quarrel between the inspector general, Tomoaki TAKIGAWA and the soldiers of the Satsuma domain blocking the highway near Shimotoba resulted in a battle, and as soon as gunfire in Toba was heard, the battle in Fushimi began.
  80. In the afternoon on May 11, on the way back to Kyoto after a day trip to Lake Biwa, Nicholas, Prince George of Greece (the third son of George I of Greece), and Imperial Prince Takehito rode on a rickshaw one by one in this order, and they were going through Otsu City.
  81. In the afternoon on that day, Soseki sent a letter to Shiki to prompt him to change the decision by adding a haiku 'Nakunaraba Mangetsu ni nake Hototogisu' (Night cuckoo, if you cry, Cry to the full moon).
  82. In the afternoon, a funeral and memorial ceremony are held at Tsukiji Hongan-ji Temple.
  83. In the afternoon, chihanji of 56 domains, in addition to the above chihanji, who were in Tokyo were called and given the Imperial edict.
  84. In the age of Christian Crusade in the twelfth century, the Byzantine and Arabian techniques in the Middle East were introduced and castle construction technology changed drastically.
  85. In the age of Kyoho, when the Sowa-ryu school was dominant among the town people in Nagoya, Kakukakusai dispatched Shuha MACHIDA to Nagoya by their request to give them lessons of the tea ceremony.
  86. In the age of Mappo, nobody would be able to attain enlightenment no matter how hard they tried.
  87. In the age of Zetian Wuhou, the figure was changed to that of a turtle.
  88. In the age of court noble law, the system of common law developed an important legal significance in various areas of law.
  89. In the age of imperialism, the great powers of Europe and the United States started to advance into and occupy East Asia.
  90. In the age of the Former and Later Han, Tomokuyu was given to a crown prince, the Empress, the Empress Dowager, a retired king, a retired princess, a king, a princess, and the Empress' real mother.
  91. In the age of the Han Dynasty, the shogun was a rank granted to the military commander by the Emperor when such a leader was necessary, and the topmost commander-in-chief was regarded equivalent to the San Gong (Three Dukes).
  92. In the age of the Han dynasty, Kasho was also called 'Fu,' 'Kei' or 'Shu.'
  93. In the age of the Sung Dynasty, 10 to was set to be 1 koku (石), and 5 to was set to be 1 koku (斛), and ever since the koku (石) and koku (斛) are different unit in China.
  94. In the age of the system of politics, rituals, and military affairs, which were not separate, a king must reside in northern Kyushu where the headquarters were situated.
  95. In the age when the term " Ryosei province " was used as the basic unit for administrative and geographical division, it used to be called only as 'province' officially and customarily.
  96. In the agrarian society in Japan where farming equipment had not been modernized, it was the most necessary and important issue for farmer's families to have strong and tough men who worked hard.
  97. In the agrarian society worldwide, it is thought that a system, in which seeds were loaned to peasants in the planting season to make them pay back the loaned seeds and the born interest in the harvesting season, was launched in the early days.
  98. In the agrarian society, a sense of vigilance was not raised toward the peasants, who possessed the same consciousness and standard of living as one's own.
  99. In the all-out assault of Hakodate in the Hakodate War, he was killed in Samugawa, where the New government army landed.
  100. In the almanac, Toshitoku-jin is depicted as a female god, but the mythical Otoshi no kami is a male god, and some say he appears as an old man.
  101. In the ancient China, the surrounding countries were referred to as 'Ban' meaning 'Kegai' (out of state reign), which Japan is believed to have imitated.
  102. In the ancient Japan, toraijin had continuously come to Japan and most of them were from the Korean peninsula.
  103. In the ancient Mediterranean world the Phoenicians assumed the role of a money changer.
  104. In the ancient and medieval periods of Japan, shoen (manor in medieval Japan) or feudal loads of the villages under the system of public lands and private estates, such as the great and powerful or the local jito (manager and lord of manor) set bounds on their territories (states) and insisted the justice of their domination over such territories.
  105. In the ancient caste system clan society, free purchase and sale or transfer of lands were not allowed, but around the fifth century B.C., they were loosely allowed with the development of society.
  106. In the ancient days in Edo, udon was also very popular.
  107. In the ancient days, there were some cases where shucho (the head of a community) worshipped a local god and conducted festivals, and where shucho who was qualified by the Yamato sovereignty (the ancient Japan sovereignty) as ujigami (the head of the ancestor of a family) led the festivals in a national-festival form.
  108. In the ancient documents on Shitsurai in Shinden-zukuri style there is a description that 'After building posts around and setting Kamoi lintels, lacquered Akari-shoji sliding doors are set in each room.'
  109. In the ancient period of Japan, people believed that magically signified power resided in a thin stick and the devil could be exorcised by inserting it into hair.
  110. In the ancient period of Japan, the backbone of the nation was in Osaka Bay and the Seto Inland Sea.
  111. In the ancient time, rocks, mountains and huge trees were the objects of worship.
  112. In the ancient times there also existed a steaming method using a koshiki steamer.
  113. In the ancient times, his family called themselves NISHIO Clan.
  114. In the ancient times, it was translated as "Do," "I" or "Kakui."
  115. In the ancient times, many emperors (tycoons) placed their hometowns (refer to the capitals in Japan) in the Nara Basin, and in this case, the port in what is currently Sakai City was connected with those hometowns by Nagao-kaido Road, Takeuchi-kaido Road, etc. bound for the city.
  116. In the ancient times, these places were called Himorogi.
  117. In the ancient world, with regard to the status of an Emperor of the Roman Empire the legitimacy of authority was maintained by a successor keeping up the appearance of continuity by becoming the adopted child of the last Emperor; on rare occasions a blood relative succeeded by representation.
  118. In the anecdotes included in the Ryoiiki, animals often behaved with feelings and thoughts of humans and there were some instances that a man incarnated into cattle as a consequence for his evildoing in his previous existence.
  119. In the anecdotes of Ryoiiki, all good and evil deeds always have consequences which one may face in their lifetime, afterworld or hell.
  120. In the announcement given in a train arriving at a transfer station to a certain main line of the West Japan Railway Company, such as Umeda Station, Sannnomiya Station or Takarazuka Station, no information on the transfer to JR Lines is mentioned, as has been the case since the time of the former Japan National Railways.
  121. In the announcement, the outbound Tokaido Main Line bound for Kyoto and Osaka is called the 'JR Kyoto Line' (officially, the JR Kyoto Line refers to sections to the west of Kyoto Station), while the inbound Tokaido Main Line bound for Maibara is called the 'Biwako Line.'
  122. In the announcement, the station was simply referred to as 'Kyoto.'
  123. In the answer to this letter was written '東天皇敬白西皇帝' (The east Emperor answers to the west Emperor), which shows that 'the King of Wa' written by the Sui Dynasty was changed to 'the Emperor.'
  124. In the approx. 26.6 hectare Yamato Minzoku Park, natural forests still remain, and trees and flowers, such as Japanese plums and Japanese irises, are planted neatly.
  125. In the archaeological point of view, it is believed that people started to produce Sueki in the middle of the Kofun period, which is around mid-fifth century.
  126. In the architectural fields and others, the size of sawn timber such as plywood is sometimes called by technical terms like 'saburokuban' (3 times 6 ban) and 'yonpachiban' or 'shihachiban' (4 times 8 ban), and so on.
  127. In the archives of the Sasaki clan it is noted that Kichidomaru inherited the role of clan head in 1508; however, the Seisanfushi (Sesan County records) record his death on October 23, 1502 at 50 years of age.
  128. In the area
  129. In the area around Gojo, the ROHM Co., Ltd., decorates the street with Christmas illumination every year.
  130. In the area around the Edo castle in the Edo period, it was ordinary for Dojo-nabe (also called Yanagawa nabe) restaurants to serve Kujira-jiru as well.
  131. In the area around the Edo castle, "kujira nabe" (a dish served in a pot), "miso soup," and "clear soup," all of which were based on whale meat, were eaten, and a delicacy that was made from the cartilages of whale heads and was called "horihori" or "Kujira-noshi" was also sold.
  132. In the area around the Shijo Kawaramachi crossing, business operations are centered on retail services, while, in the area around the Shijo Karasuma crossing, many banks and securities companies are located, making the area one of the largest financial districts in western Japan as well as the financial and business center of Kyoto.
  133. In the area around the station there are several traditional-style restaurants, and you can enjoy nostalgic Kyoto dishes such as "buckwheat noodle with herring" and "wild boar meat."
  134. In the area around the station there are wooden bridges as well as a suspension bridge (which is dismantled, as of December 2007, because some base portions of the main pillars have collapsed), and many people enjoy barbecue or sketching on the riverbed field.
  135. In the area centering around Fukuoka City, grilled pig feet may be served as a kind of yakitori.
  136. In the area close to Nara Station of Kintetsu line, it intersects with Yasuragino-michi Street, Konishi Sakuradori Shopping Street, Higashimukai Shopping Street and Mochiidono-dori Street.
  137. In the area formerly called Shinano Province (the present Nagano Prefecture), there exists a folk tale similar to that in the above-mentioned "Shokoku Satobitodan," and it is introduced in the essay "Tankai."
  138. In the area from Mt. Nagao to Mt. Eno in the west, five companies from the Raigeki-tai troop led by Jurota HENMI, from the Shinbu-tai troop led by Takehiko NAKAJIMA, and from the combined troop led by Chotaro NOMITSU were deployed.
  139. In the area in the northwest corner of the Senbon-Sanjo-dori Street crossing, southeast of this station, the Ritsumeikan Suzaku Campus (Nakagawa Kaikan) opened in September 2006, and the headquarters of the Ritsumeikan Incorporated Institution and Ritsumeikan University School of Law moved into the area.
  140. In the area in the west of the Takla Makan Desert, kosa has occurred more frequently corresponding to an increase in the occurrence frequency of strong wind and also corresponding to a decrease in the snow-falling area.
  141. In the area in which Kodomo no Rakuen lies, there used to be Kyoto Bicycle Racing Track (Takaragaike Keirin Track) which became part of the park after bicycle racing was discontinued.
  142. In the area near Tokyo, Mamegara (a soybean sprig after removing seeds) is added to holly and a sardine's head.
  143. In the area of Arima-Onsen Hot Spring in Kobe City, new recruits after finishing high school are called Maiko (Hangyoku).
  144. In the area of Awara-Onsen Hot Spring in Awara City, Fukui Prefecture, a Maiko appeared three years ago for the first time in 38 years.
  145. In the area of Kishu Province Kumano Suigun Navy represented by Kumano betto (the title of an official who administered the shrines of Kumano) was the most powerful.
  146. In the area of Kokura City, he began the attack by commanding his warships to fire cannons at the coast of Moji and Tanoura.
  147. In the area of Rokuhara, there was the row of houses of the Taira family
  148. In the area of the foot of Mt. Kirishima
  149. In the area surrounded by corridors, a five-level pagoda stands to the front and right, to the east of Chukon-do Hall, and Saikon-do Hall (West Golden Hall) stands to the west.
  150. In the area where Kasuri was manufactured, a large number of textile manufacturers lined up, and several million rolls of fabric were manufactured.
  151. In the area where archaeological research has progressed, it has been discovered that the remains of different ages were found in the sequence of archaeological layers.
  152. In the area where kosa is being generated, kosa indicates 'a sandstorm' that causes kosa, the kosa floating in the air are 'ambient aerosol particles,' and the state in which lots of kosa is floating and falling is called 'drifting dust,' 'haze' or 'dust haze.'
  153. In the areas such as the Kanto region, Tanuki soba means a bowl of noodles in hot soup with tenkasu (crunchy bits of deep-fried tempura batter produced as a byproduct of cooking tempura) on top.
  154. In the areas that had been chipped away, there are marks made by arrowheads used as a tool to break the stone and, similarly, signs of stone breaking are also visible on Oni-no-Manaita Stone (The Devil's Chopping Board).
  155. In the areas that were Miketsukuni once, the word 'Miketsukuni' is now used for promoting tourism as one of the brand names.
  156. In the areas where Koshin belief centered on a Koshin hall is deeply rooted, the custom of hanging a monkey effigy from the edge of the eaves is observed, an obvious manifestation of the belief.
  157. In the areas where the frequency of the commercial power supply is 50 Hz, the frequency is converted to 60 Hz for the Shinkansen line at a frequency conversion facility.
  158. In the armed fushu's uprising that occurred in 883 in Kazusa Province (Kazusa Fushu War), the Imperial Court issued 'Tsuibu kanpu' (warrants of pursuit and capture) to the kokushi of Kazusa Province, instead of hatsuhei-chokufu.
  159. In the art village in Takagamine of Koetsu HONAMI in early recent times, karakami as ryoshi, like 'Saga-bon' was produced and the techniques of Kyo-karakami grew more sophisticated, and the kami-shi in Kyoto succeeded its tradition.
  160. In the article 32 of "Chugaisho" vol. II, there is a description, in which Tadazane's grandson, Keigaku, who was Betto (Secretary in the office of temple) of Kofuku-ji Temple, complained of his status as a priest.
  161. In the article about Emperor Tenmu, on August 2, 672, it is written that 'when look down west at dawn, people were coming to the war from both roads of Otsu and Tajihi.'
  162. In the article about the establishment of Nihonshoki in Shoku Nihongi, there is a description that says '30 volumes of Ki and one volume of genealogy.'
  163. In the article dated on September 19, 930 in "Fuso Ryakki," a history book that was established in the late Heian period, there is a description that 'Shami (novice monk) Myoren' who lived in 'Shikisan-ji Temple (志貴山寺)' in Kawachi Province' offered a prayer for cure of Emperor Daigo's disease.
  164. In the article for April 16, 1508 in "Gohojoji Hisamichiko Ki," a diary of Hisamichi KONOE, it is described as "Same as in the Zhanguo period."
  165. In the article for August 20, 1184 in "Sankaiki," it is mentioned that In's messenger was branded on his face by the Taira clan, although it is not mentioned who did this, and therefore, cruel action to In's messenger by the Taira clan must be a fact.
  166. In the article for December 4, 687 of "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), there is a description that 'Ouchi no Misasagi was constructed for the first time' after the death of Emperor Tenmu.
  167. In the article for FUJIWARA no Michitaka linage, daughter of FUJIWARA no Ienori in "Sonpi Bunmyaku," it is written 'nyobo (a court lady) for Bifukumonin, shosho no tsubone (the office of minor captain), mother of TAIRA no Chikamune.'
  168. In the article for Tokiko, which is placed adjacent to the article for Chikamune, it is written, 'mother, the same.'
  169. In the article for Tokitada in "Kugyo bunin," there is no description of Tokitada's mother and, in the article for Chikamune, his younger brother, it is written 'mother was same as that for Tokitada.'
  170. In the article in February 7, 692 in "Nihonshoki," this capital was recorded as 'Aramashi no miyako, Aramashi-kyo, Shinyaku no miyako, or Shinyaku-kyo,' and the Imperial Palace was recorded as 'Fujiwara Palace.'
  171. In the article of 27 B.C. in "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), it says that in Kagami Village, Omi Province, there was a craftsman of Suebe who served the prince of Silla, Amenohiboko, who came to Japan.
  172. In the article of 463, it says that craftsmen including SUETSUKURI-no-Koki were presented as tributes from Baekje.
  173. In the article of August 608, there is a description saying that they welcomed the envoys from overseas at the crossroad of Tsubaichi.
  174. In the article of December in 740 of "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicle of Japan Continued), it is recorded that ABE no Kuromaro arrested FUJIWARA no Hirotsugu at Nagano-mura Village, Chikano shima, Hizen Province (Obama go Nagano, Uku-machi, Kitamatsuura County, Nagasaki Prefecture, Uku Island, Goto Islands).
  175. In the article of January 3, 1362 (old lunar calendar) of "Moromori-ki Diary" described that Kakuichi AKASHI, Biwa Hoshi and kengyo (temple or shrine administrators) performed the Kanjin Heike in 1362.
  176. In the article of May 19, 1185 of "Azuma Kagami" (The Mirror of the East), there is described a story that Aritsuna pillaged a lot of shoen-koryo (public lands and private estates) by saying he was Yoshitsune's son-in-law; accordingly, Aritsuna is considered to have been Yoshitsune's son-in-law.
  177. In the article of May 3 of Santoka's 'Furaikyo Nikki' (the Diary of Furaikyo), he wrote some 100 sentences about how he paid tribute to Seigetsu in front of his grave, including four haiku he improvised there.
  178. In the article of Nihonshoki, Takata is mentioned after Tanaka without any title, and the Mino Province theory explains that they were a superior and a subordinate of the same Imperial territory.
  179. In the article on this matter in "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), INUKAI no Ikimi is mentioned without his hereditary title.
  180. In the article, Hei is said to be Zheng's Tomokuyu and there is an explanation about Tomokuyu.
  181. In the articles of Emperor An in "Jin shu" (History of the Jin Dynasty), a history book in China, there is a description on Wakoku (Japan) in 266, and also another description that Wakoku paid a tribute in 413.
  182. In the arufumi (alternate writing) of the first and the third volumes, the two gods agreed that the one whose offspring were male would win, and produced children without exchanging things.
  183. In the arufumi of the Fifth Volume, something that looked like reeds' shoots coming out of mud were generated in the heaven and the earth.
  184. In the arufumi of the First Volume, Izanagi no Mikoto and Izanami no Mikoto were considered sons of Aokashiki no Mikoto.
  185. In the arufumi of the First Volume, the shapes generated between the heaven and the earth were unknown.
  186. In the arufumi of the Fourth Volume, the names of the gods that had been born were as follows.
  187. In the arufumi of the Second Volume, the genealogy of gods was shown more clearly.
  188. In the arufumi of the Sixth Volume, gods were born from the objects that looked like reeds' shoots, which was almost the same as the honjo.
  189. In the arufumi of the Third Volume, the name of the gods created were also different.
  190. In the arufumi of the second volume, the story is almost the same as the one in the Kojiki that they agreed that the one who bore male gods would win, but it is not mentioned which gods are whose offspring.
  191. In the assault on Isami KONDO, planned by the remaining group of Goryo-eji (guards of Imperial mausoleums, and also called Kodai-ji Temple party) on January 12,1868, he was traveling along with KONDO as a bodyguard.
  192. In the astrology of Esoteric Buddhism, one of the seven stars of the Big Dipper is assigned as the honmyojo of a person and dominates the person's destiny.
  193. In the attached greenhouse Kaga devoted his time to study and the selective breeding of orchids he had been obsessed with since his time in Britain, and he finally published a picture book of flowers called "Rankafu" (Genealogy of Orchids) before he died in 1954.
  194. In the attack on Asai at the Ane-gawa River, he did a very good job such as killing a samurai named Sukeshichiro ASAI and others, so he was praised by Nobunaga saying, "Toshiie's spear is as matchless as ever."
  195. In the attack on Asai in 1525, he served as the spearhead of the Sadayori Rokkaku's army.
  196. In the attack on Iga in 1579, Tanba managed to repulse the Oda's army partly because the command of Nobuo, who was an imbecile Busho (Japanese military commander), was poor.
  197. In the attack on Iga in 1581, however, Oda's army invaded Iga with 50,000 soldiers (Iga School Tensho Iga War).
  198. In the autumn field, I counted the wildflowers in bloom, and seven kinds of wildflowers were there (Aki no no ni sakitaru hana wo yubiori (oyobiwori) kakikazuureba nanakusa no hana) (Manyoshu (Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves), Vol. 8, 1537).
  199. In the autumn of 1928, 'Baisado' for publicly honoring Baisao and the Senchado tea house 'Yuseiken' were built in the precincts of the Manpuku-ji temple.
  200. In the autumn of 1962, the federation held a Hyakuseki chakai (a tea party with 100 seats) at Manpuku-ji temple on the two-hundredth anniversary of Baisao's death.
  201. In the autumn of 2004, Northwest University in Xian City, Sensei province, China discovered the epitaph of `Manari INO,' a Japanese envoy to Tang Dynasty China in Xian City.
  202. In the autumn of 2008, it is scheduled that the name of this station will be changed from Marutamachi Station to Jingu-marutamachi Station.
  203. In the autumn of that year he completed the manuscript of "Picturesque Gyokushu."
  204. In the autumn of the same year, he built the Sassa bank.
  205. In the back circular part there is a pit rock chamber with the length of 5.6 m, the width of 0.8 m and the height of 1.6 m.
  206. In the back of the Takamikura and the Michodai lies fusuma (a sliding door) called Kenjo no Shoji, on which images of 32 ancient Chinese sages are painted.
  207. In the back of the temple are the graves of 5 emperors, including the 66th emperor, ICHIJO.
  208. In the back of this general image of battlefields, battles by struggling samurai zohyo, were keen on depredation called "randori" than battle.
  209. In the back square part, there was no burial facility but Saishi (religious service) facilities.
  210. In the background how he became the crown prince was that the previous crown princes--his brother Prince Yasuakira and his son, Prince Yoshiyori--died young, thus the mother, Onshi, was afraid of bad spirits and looked after Prince Yutaakira within the layered Kicho (a partition of fabric used during the Heian period).
  211. In the background of Mikkyo's establishment was such a social situation that Buddhism was oppressed as Hinduism flourished during the latter period of Indian Buddhism.
  212. In the background of his foreign policy, there seems to have been a sense of crisis aroused by Opium Wars (waged and won by Britain, and after this China became like a colony of Western countries) that broke out in Qing dynasty China around then.
  213. In the background of this lay Kinmochi SAIONJI's intention, who was the only survivor of the Genro (elder statesman).
  214. In the background, there was a convention like the cycle of abuse such as 'Drink it, because I was forced to drink it,' and a requirement for rapid communication as 'Open your heart to me because I open my heart to you.'
  215. In the background, various Kyoto modern painters' schools including the Maruyama and Shijo schools were on the verge of collapse because they lost their patronage upon transfer of the capital to Tokyo, because they were, as traditional culture, treated disfavorably due to civilization and enlightenment.
  216. In the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), he assumed the position of oshobanshu (senior representative) and acquired the trust of Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA, who was shogun and, during Kansho era, it was a customary that Yoshimasa visit Yoshinao's kyoyakata (mansion in Kyoto) ("Inryoken Nichiroku," a diary of the owner of Inryoken).
  217. In the bakufu (feudal government), he served as Jisha-bugyo (Commissioner of Temples and Shrines), Kyoto-shoshidai (Shogun's deputy in Kyoto), and then Roju.
  218. In the bakufu (shogunate government), he was promoted to the jisha-bugyo (magistrate of temples and shrines) at the age of 45 at first, then promoted to wakadoshiyori (a managerial position in Edo bakufu), and from 1713 to 1720, assumed the position of roju (member of shogun's council of elders).
  219. In the bakufu, Yoriyuki HOSOKAWA was appointed to Kanrei (Shogunal Deputy) in 1367 and the war against the Southern Court became lulled, the Ouchi clan and the Yamana clan were persuaded to return to allegiance by the bakufu.
  220. In the bakufu, he was a busho of anti-Yoriyuki party along with Koshi SHIBUKAWA, lawful wife of Yoshiakira, Yoshimasa SHIBA and Hiroyo OUCHI who also had returned to allegiance with the bakufu and others.
  221. In the bakufu, the Sobayonin sometimes gained more power than Roju (the second highest post in the bakufu government or a person (s) in the post), but in domains, such an example scarcely existed.
  222. In the bakufu, the post of shumon aratame-yaku was assumed jointly by one ometsuke and one sakuji bugyo, but this was abolished in 1792.
  223. In the basal portion of the extended foliage, there is a part that resembles a thickened, shrunken and folded phylloid part.
  224. In the baseball tournament between non-professional teams sponsored by corporations, from late April to early May every year, the JABA Kyoto Tournament was held.
  225. In the basic pattern, the main character is a fireman with young people relating to him.
  226. In the batsu he wrote that the famous 'Fushinjo' (the letters Kukai wrote to Saicho) in To-ji Temple and 'Kyujosho' were the best in Kukai's calligraphy, seeking the origin in ASANO no Nakai during Nara period, and furthermore Nakai originated from the copying of a sutra during Tang Dynasty.
  227. In the battle against Nagasunehiko, a golden kite (a bird of prey) flied over to the tip of Kamuyamatoiwarebiko's arrow.
  228. In the battle against Saburo KASHIMA, Yoshitada was severely injured and died.
  229. In the battle against the Hatakeyama clan too, Rennyo only subjugated Yoshikage NAGAO (Shugodai [deputy military governor] of the Uesugi clan) of Echigo Province, who came as reinforcements to the Battle of Hannya-no (Sengoku Period).
  230. In the battle between Kusumaro's men and Karitamaro's army, Kusumaro was shot to death.
  231. In the battle fought fiercely, the Satsuma army was defeated and retreated to Nagazono Village.
  232. In the battle of Hitachi in 1106, he fought against MINAMOTO no Yoshikuni, whose base was in Shimotsuke Province, with his grandfather Yoshimitsu, his father Yoshinari, and his maternal grandfather TAIRA no Shigemoto and prevented Yoshikuni from pervading his power in Hitachi.
  233. In the battle of Komaki-Nagakute in 1584, he went to guard Suemori Castle, which was under attack by Shigemasa SASA.
  234. In the battle of Mt. Kasagi in 1331 which involved Emperor Godaigo, he fought against Sadafuji NIKAIDO and did remarkable work to repulse attacks by the enemy, but when the main force of the Emperor completely collapsed by a surprise raid, he was compelled to withdraw his troops.
  235. In the battle of Sekigahara in 1600, Yoshimasa was in the West squad along with his father Hidemasa, and joined the siege of Tanabe-jo Castle in Tango Province, where Fujitaka HOSOKAWA (also known as Yusai HOSOKAWA) secured.
  236. In the battle of Sekigahara in 1600, he first belonged to the Western Alliance, but in the middle of the battle he switched to join the Eastern alliance and entrenched himself at Otsu-jo Catsle.
  237. In the battle of Sekigahara occurred in 1600, Hidenobu was supporting the West squad; Tsunaie advised him to take the side of the East squad rather than the West squad, but he would not listen to Tsunaie's advice.
  238. In the battle of Sekigahara, from his strong ties with the Toyotomi family, Ogo worked as a negotiator upon surrender of Otsu-jo Castle in Omi Province (represented by Takatsugu KYOGOKU, defense general) and of Tsu-jo Castle in Ise Province (represented by Nobutaka TOMITA, defense general).
  239. In the battle of Shirakawaguchi, he defeated the 2,500-strong government army barricaded in Shirakawa-jo Castle with only 700 soldiers.
  240. In the battle of the Osaka-jo Castle, because of struggle of roninshu and the defending capability of Osaka-jo Castle, the troops of the bakufu fought against heavy odds and, although they tried to invade the castle, they were beaten back every time and, especially during the battle at Sanadamaru, the bakufu side suffered heavy casualties.
  241. In the battle of the temples, he never used military power first and offered reconciliation or proposed to be neutral based on Buddhism.
  242. In the battle with Nagasunehiko, Itsuse was shot by Nagatsunehiko's arrow.
  243. In the battle with the Saiga teppo units, the Oda army was also thrown into a chaos by blanks rapidly fired by the enemy to hide their snipers.
  244. In the battle with the Southern Court (the Yoshino Court), he mopped up of the Nawa clan and became Shugo (military governor) of Hoki.
  245. In the battle, Kagesue and Takaie SHO (or Ienaga SHO) captured TAIRA no Shigehira and recognized for the achievement.
  246. In the battle, OTOMO no Fukei, who was leading the troops to support Oama no Miko (Prince Oama, later became Emperor Tenmu), directly commanded a troop on Naka-tsu-michi Road which was one of the troops he had deployed in the old roads of Yamato.
  247. In the battle, for the Eastern army, Josui KURODA (Yoshitaka KURODA) succeeded in assisting Yasuyuki MATSUI in defending Kitsuki-jo Castle of the Hosokawa family.
  248. In the battle, he always showed his incomparable strength in the van of the Hojo army with battle flags colored in pale brown.
  249. In the battle, the Satsuma's army was the imperial army, with the imperial standard; thus the bakufu were regarded as rebels; as a result, by January 5, it became clear that the bakufu would lose the war, as many clans including Yodo and Tsu changed their positions and joined the imperial army.
  250. In the battle, the slinging was frequently used because it was low-cost (stones were always available at the riverside), the slings operated by skilled soldiers carried stones further than allows did, and the stone could damage the body even through the armor.
  251. In the battle, the standing army for the imperial court was defeated after betrayals by Sadanori (also known as Sadatoshi) OTOMO and Takasada ENYA, and he then ran away to Kyoto.
  252. In the battlefield of New Guinea, he was ordered to organize a theatrical group to lift soldiers' morale and staged "Mabuta no haha" (Mother of my dream), a drama written by Shin HASEGAWA.
  253. In the battlefields, festival events and Kojitsu (ancient practices of customs) or annual events at the Imperial Court, each school of Kyujutsu had flourished and developed.
  254. In the battles after this operation, the name of Prince Takechi was not found in any historical materials.
  255. In the battles fought before the early modern times, the master honored his kenin (retainers) or samurai warriors who rendered outstanding military service and granted them territories, written appointments, testimonials, goods, rank and office confirmations, or commendation to governmental posts.
  256. In the beginning Emonfu was called 'Goefu' (five guards) along with the Sayu (left and right) Eshifu and Sayu Hyoe-fu (division of the middle palace gate guard); after restoration, it was called 'Rokuefu' (six guards) along with the Sayu Konoefu (division of the inner palace guard) and the Sayu Hyoe-fu.
  257. In the beginning his army scored a crushing victory at the Battle of Mayumi Pass, but then started to be on the back foot after 1485.
  258. In the beginning of 12th century, Jodo style buildings and gardens were also constructed in Hiraizumi in the Tohoku area, located far from the capital, and the relics of the gardens still remain there.
  259. In the beginning of Book 1, it said '10 nagauta (long epic song with shamisen accompaniment), 34 koyanagi (song with a tone of recitation), and 265 imayo.'
  260. In the beginning of December (November under the old lunar calendar), Togoku Samurai entered Kyoto, replacing Yoshitsune and Yukiie, with a vigorous attitude, and then they headed to Harima Province, chigyo-koku (provincial fiefdom) of the Cloistered Emperor, and sealed the warehouses after expelling daikan of the Cloistered Emperor.
  261. In the beginning of March, 1867, starting with Shinpachi MURATA and Shintaro NAKAMURA he campaigned at domain of Omura and domain of Hirado.
  262. In the beginning of March, after visiting Munakata Taisha, Takauji defeated Taketoshi KIKUCHI (Emperor Go-Daigo's side) at the Battle of Tatarahama (present Fukuoka City), and on his way up to Kyoto, he got Emperor Kogon's order and immediately gathered western warriors.
  263. In the beginning of October, he became the O-sobayaku aside snd the Daidai-koban (successive title of koban army), and was renamed Kichinosuke SAIGO according to the "Explication of Takamori SAIGO's chronicle" by Kichinosuke OSHIMA (it seems he kept this name from his time on Oki-no-erabujima island forward).
  264. In the beginning of September, Tenchugumi was attacked by a large army from surrounding clans and, although they fought bravely, they were defeated.
  265. In the beginning of Wado-Kaichin era, people could buy 2kg of rice at one mon each, but in the middle of ninth century the available quantity of rice for one mon decreased drastically to a one-hundredth or two-hundredth.
  266. In the beginning of a paragraph on Nintoku in Nihonshoki, he is described as a grandchild of Prince Iokiiribiko (younger brother of Emperor Seimu) but this description contradicts the article in the beginning of a paragraph on Ojin in Kojiki.
  267. In the beginning of his career, Shimanushi served FUJIWARA no Nakamaro, and was then appointed the shojo (junior secretary) of Mino.
  268. In the beginning of the 20th century, the production techniques of Japanese sweets were brought into Taiwan, which was governed by Japan for fifty years, and therefore kusa mochi (rice-flour dumplings mixed with mugwort), monaka, and yokan are still produced in local confectioneries.
  269. In the beginning of the Edo period in 1614, it was in the control of Tenkai, who was an adviser of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  270. In the beginning of the Edo period, any kind of nagagi (full-length kimono garment) could be worn under haori, but now kuro-montsuki (black crested garment) is commonly worn.
  271. In the beginning of the Edo period, each domain frequently engaged in border conflicts with neighboring domains.
  272. In the beginning of the Edo period, the first Japanese European style galleon ship for ocean navigation, San Juan Bautista (500 ton) started on a voyage for Europe with a Japanese delegation headed by Tsunenaga HASEKURA through America.
  273. In the beginning of the Edo period, when the administrative capital was transferred to Edo (Tokyo), the Tokaido was regarded as one of the five major highways and thus became the most important route linking Kyoto and Edo.
  274. In the beginning of the Heian period, Tachibana no Kachiko (786-850), the Empress of the Emperor Saga, had a strong faith in Buddha and constructed 'Danrin-ji' temple, so she was called 'Danrin Kogo' (the Empress of Danrin).
  275. In the beginning of the Heian period, many of these tales seem to have been written by male writers, although more female writers came to create their works in kana, which is a distinguishing charcateristic.
  276. In the beginning of the Heian period, the Balhae envoys had completely transformed to the extent in 824, FUJIWARA no Otsugu, who was udaijin (minister of the right) commented 'These men are merchants, so do not treat them as diplomatic envoys.'
  277. In the beginning of the Kyotoku War, Tomomasa was a postulant in Rokuonin of the Shokoku-ji Temple, but later he quit the priesthood for some reason, took part in dominating the territory of the Ogigayatsu Uesugi family, and entered the Nanasawa Fort in the Sagami province (the present Atsugi City, Kanagawa Prefecture).
  278. In the beginning of the Muromachi period, the Shugo's family or close relatives, or his chief vassal, or an influential samurai from within the Shugo's fief (kokujin) was appointed (in fact, for those families that had multiple Shugo, there were instances in which kokujin from other fiefs were made Shugodai.
  279. In the beginning of the Showa period, when Japan expanded their colonies in neighboring countries, there was a huge demand for personnel who had sake brewing skills in overseas territories (the places outside of the mainland of Japan), and many schools sent toji and kurabito to such places.
  280. In the beginning of the book, there appears an anecdote which shows how important the book was.
  281. In the beginning of the books, Hokusai elucidates his basic attitude toward studying the Kojiki (Records of Ancient Matters) and the Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan).
  282. In the beginning of the early modern period (1683) or, as some people say, between 1622 to 1643, a portion of the Katsushika district in Shimo-Usa Province, from the Sumida River to the Tone River (the downstream of the present-day Edo-gawa River), was combined to form the Katsushika district of Musashi Province.
  283. In the beginning of the early-modern times, there was confusion between Noguchino Ono-haka Tumulus and Mise Maruyama Kofun Tumulus as to which one of these two tombs was the joint mausoleum of Emperor Tenmu and Empress Jito, causing controversy.
  284. In the beginning of the opening of the Imperial Diet, there was often conflict between the Han-dominated government who support the detached policy, and the government force who was based on the House of Representatives, the Emperor sometimes issued an order and worked as an arbitrator.
  285. In the beginning of the reign of the Emperor Shomu, Nagayao, representing pro-imperial force, came to power.
  286. In the beginning of the study, there were only three periods, the early period, the middle period, and the end period; however, the earlier period and the last period were added due to the increase in available materials and the progress of research and the incipient period was added lastly.
  287. In the beginning of the war, forts surrounding Osaka-jo Castle were overrun like what happened in the battle of Kizugawaguchi (1614) and Bakurobuchi, and other forts were abandoned and the troop retreated to Osaka-jo Castle and they were also defeated in the battle of Noda and Fukushima.
  288. In the beginning of the year, legal wife dresses her hair in osuberakasi style (a women's hair style in the court), and the legal wife of the shogun wears junihiote (a women's layered ceremonial robe) and the legal wife of daimyo wears keiko-shozoku keiko (a type of female formal dress in white kosode).
  289. In the beginning the Imperial army was in the lead to reach Subushi Village chasing the enemy.
  290. In the beginning the court nobles and the former feudal lords had the power in the new government, gradually a group of people such as Sanetomi SANJO, Tomomi IWAKURA, Takayoshi KIDO, Toshimichi OKUBO started having a voice in politics, and one of the reason for this was the moving of the Imperial Palace to Tokyo.
  291. In the beginning there was only the round cord, but the others have emerged since the Meiji period.
  292. In the beginning they adhered to the ideal of "Sonno Joi ("Sonno"is the principle of revering the emperor, while "Joi" stands for anti-foreigner sentiments)", opposed all interactions with foreigners, believed that it was imperative to establish a emperor-centered government, and believed that the government should implement this ideal.
  293. In the beginning, Daruma's religious school was called Ryogashu school.
  294. In the beginning, Dazai no sochi sometimes worked as a stepping stone to Dainagon or above as can be seen in the example of OOTOMO no Tabito.
  295. In the beginning, Director for Hitsuke Tozoku Aratame-kata (Investigative Division for Arson and Organized Robbery) was in charge of Ninsokuyoseba, but after the retirement of Heizo in 1792 an official position of Ninsokuyoseba Bugyo (Magistrate) was installed which was affiliated with a town magistrate's office.
  296. In the beginning, OKUMA and ITO evaluated that 100 counterfeit ryo had around 20 ryo worth actually, so added a little more to this to exchange it for 25 ryo.
  297. In the beginning, Shigenari called himself Shigenari OYAMADA.
  298. In the beginning, Shigetsugu's son Shigenaga EDO, opposed to Yoritomo, killed a Miura clan member on the Yoritomo side, but after they made peace, he became a shogunal retainer of the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  299. In the beginning, Shiki devoted his great enthusiasm to Haiku and he was left with only enough time to leave a broad general outline of his criticisms.
  300. In the beginning, Shirakawa did not intend to institute the insei system, but it was established nevertheless.
  301. In the beginning, Tayu had close interactions with Takayoshi KIDO, but she later became Hirofumi ITO's favorite concubine.
  302. In the beginning, among the drum players of the company, the player of the upper post beat the kotsuzumi and the player of the lower post handled otsuzumi.
  303. In the beginning, an earthenware was used.
  304. In the beginning, daimyo's sankin-kotai was voluntary, but it gradually became established as a system, and the 1635 edition of Buke Shohatto, issued in the era of Iemitsu TOKUGAWA, the third Shogun, made it obligatory.
  305. In the beginning, he called himself "feces", looking down on himself because he deserted his own family; however, Hideyoshi forgave his past mistakes and let him be renamed as Dokun.
  306. In the beginning, he imported and sold foreign liquors.
  307. In the beginning, he served for Kyonyo who founded Higashi Hongan-ji Temple together with his father.
  308. In the beginning, he served for Nobunaga ODA, then Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  309. In the beginning, he was a member of Yuzaki troupe of the Yamato-sarugaku Shiza company performing shinjino (sacred Noh dance) at Kofuku-ji Temple and the Kasuga-taisha Grand Shrine, and he gave performances in Yamato and nearby regions.
  310. In the beginning, it had trainer airplanes for onboard training, but in January 1944, it became an independent elementary training corps called "the second Miho Naval Air Corps".
  311. In the beginning, it was spread mainly in urban areas, and gradually became popular in agricultural communities and among samurais.
  312. In the beginning, she was placed in the Chugushiki (Office of the Consort's Household) and was called Chugu following the tradition from the Medieval Period, but in the following year, the Chugushiki was changed to Kogogushiki (Queen-consort's Household Agency) and her title also changed to Kisai no Miya (empress).
  313. In the beginning, tegoto was a rather simple form of music; gradually it became longer and more complex, and it took a complete form around the eighteenth century as the result of enhancement by people like Koto (the third title of the official ranks within the Todo-za (the traditional guild for the blind)) MINEZAKI in Osaka.
  314. In the beginning, the Monchu-dokoro did not handle the judicial administration pertaining to lawsuits, but simply conveyed to MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, the head of samurais, the details of lawsuits.
  315. In the beginning, the Shimazu clan had the advantage with problems in the Otomo clan, etc.
  316. In the beginning, the Taira clan had the advantage, but after midday, the Taira clan started to lose ground.
  317. In the beginning, the light-model Eizan Electric Railway Series Deo 700 was used; it was first run as a shuttle to and from (Iwakura) Nikenchaya, then run to Kurama, mainly in the early mornings and during the night.
  318. In the beginning, the man acted out in violence against him.
  319. In the beginning, the revenue from the Imperial estate of Aki and Suo Provinces was planned to cover the construction expenses.
  320. In the beginning, the temari ball was made by winding thread around a core; and at the end of the 16th century, cotton was used to create a spherical object with higher elasticity.
  321. In the beginning, there were han bills with denominations of ten, five, three, two and one monme.
  322. In the beginning, they considered importing iron crossties.
  323. In the beginning, they were clearly distinguished, however, in the Edo period, both 雙六 (board Sugoroku) and 双六 (picture Sugoroku) were just called as 双六 (Sugoroku), then the name became vague.
  324. In the beginning, they were generally sent from ryoke, but some time later, kaihatsu-ryoshu (local notables who actually developed the land) who were well-informed about the local situation began to be appointed, thus it was handed down to posterity along with kyuden meaning incomes from land taxes on shoryo (territory).
  325. In the beginning, this line had been operated by a local bus company, Yodo-Jidosha-Shokai, which later assigned its operating license for the bus route to Keihan Bus.
  326. In the beginning, those were also called 'kaigo' (post), 'shutsuno' (receipts and expenditure) and 'azukari' (an additional post to the chief of Naizenshi), but as the documents to deal with increased and started to include even lawsuits, all of them began to be called kumon uniformly.
  327. In the belief that 'nobody could comprehend the horror of the atomic bomb even if were to describe it,' he rarely spoke of his atomic bomb experience.
  328. In the bidding for constructing the 'Korea Train Express,' the high-speed railway line in the Republic of Korea, the Shinkansen system in Japan participated as well, but finally the TGV system in France was employed.
  329. In the big lion type, "hayashikata" (people who play "hayashi," or musical accompaniment) get into the body part of the lion along with the costume swinger.
  330. In the biological area, the character 'コンブ' (which is pronounced "Konbu") is used as the Japanese name of "kelp," but to be exact, 'konbu' is not a species existing on the earth.
  331. In the bleak weather of raining and great coldness in early spring, the battle started.
  332. In the body of the "Nihon Shoki" (the Chronicle of Japan), she is also described as Yorozuhatachijihime no Mikoto.
  333. In the body of the text in Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan), the ancestor that is worshipped as a god of Hayato is said to be Honosusori (Hosuseri) no Mikoto instead of Hoderi.
  334. In the book "Genko shakusho" (History of Buddhism of the Genko Era) there are reports that a hand reached down from the heavens and snatched Genbo away and the next day just his head fell to earth at Kofuku-ji Temple, this being due to the ghost of Hirotsugu.
  335. In the book "Taiheiki" Moronao, who was upset about the rejection, had Takasada take the blame for a rebellion, for which he and his family were sentenced to death.
  336. In the book 'History of Japan' he wrote in 1874, he introduced Hakodate Seicho as a "Republic", and after that, the people who used his expression got the majority.
  337. In the book by Takao NINOMIYA, Morichika's last is different from recorded history.
  338. In the book of "Shinsen Manyoshu (Newly Selected Manyoshu)," Japanese poems were put beside the Chinese poems, which suggested that the Japanese poetry was regaining its status as an official literature.
  339. In the book of Kunio YANAGITA titled "Yokai Dangi "(lecture about specters), there is a description that he went to Onuma, Sagamihara City for his research.
  340. In the book of character of people in prefecture 'if you speak ill of Saigo or Kurobuta swine, you will suffer something like the British in Incident of Namamugi'
  341. In the book of secrets "Sakutei-ki," that describes the technique of allocating space, water fall/stream, plant gardening written in the late Heian period, insists that the motif of a garden should come from natural scenery.
  342. In the book of the Bible "The Epistle to the Romans," there are paintings of the archery cavalry soldiers of Sarmatae or cavalry soldiers of janissary.
  343. In the book there is a part called "Right of a country" and there is no equivalent part in "Seiyo Jijo" but detailed knowledge on international law can be seen in this part.
  344. In the book titled "Daidarabo no Ashiato" (the foot print of Daidarabocchi) (April issue, Chuo Koronsha), Kunio YANAGITA studied the legends of Daidarabocchi that he had gathered from many parts of Japan.
  345. In the book titled 'Watashi no naka no Nihongun (Japanese Army in myself)' by Shichihei YAMAMOTO (published by Bunshun Bunko), one combat medic drank in a banquet of a troop, and said in a loud voice, 'Totsugeki Ichiban, the Imperial Rescript to Soldiers and Sailors is finished with women!'
  346. In the book written by Nobuhiro SATO, there were a lot of original example stories.
  347. In the book written by Taichiro KOBAYASHI, Korin and Kenzen (Image of Men in the World, Volume 7) (Kadokawa Shoten Publishing), he asserted that "there is no doubt that Kuranosuke and Korin were lovers."
  348. In the book, Setsudo and his followers highly praised Tsukigase.
  349. In the book, Shinto is interpreted uniquely, which greatly affected Shinto Gobusho (five-volume apologia of Shinto) later.
  350. In the book, TSUBOUCHI thinks it is more valuable to express human feelings in realistic novels.
  351. In the book, a person who seems to be a child crawling out of the kaioke was described.
  352. In the book, cooking methods of approx. 70 parts of a whale are described, including a grilled meat-like dish called "Sukiyaki (鋤焼き)," nabemono (a dish served in a pot at the table) resembling sukiyaki (すき焼き) (thin slices of beef, cooked with various vegetables in a table-top cast-iron pan), and fried dishes.
  353. In the book, he pointed out fallacious understandings of bodily functions such as Gozo-roppu-setsu developed by Chinese medicine doctors.
  354. In the book, he wrote 'Zenpo Koen' (keyhole-shaped) to describe the shape of the tumulus, from which the word Zenpo Koen mound (keyhole-shaped tomb mounds) originated.
  355. In the book, the original texts of the diaries and family trees of notable families were compiled following the chronological order.
  356. In the book, the paternal line is represented as a straight line, and women, except for empresses and a handful of others, are nameless, being described merely as "women" (even famous women such as Shikibu MURASAKI remain nameless).
  357. In the book, the portraits of characters are drawn with a short story about each character's life and a short note of the poem.
  358. In the bookbinding of a deluxe edition, there is a process called 'rounded up' after the trimming process.
  359. In the books and essays written by professional historians in recent years, no attempt is made to identify Himiko with a mythical and legendary personage.
  360. In the books by Hideaki MATSUDAIRA and Goro HONMA, commented 'By the way, signboards put up in downtown city, which give the orientation of Kaso, could not escape any professional consciousness as some faults were always attributed.
  361. In the books by Hideaki MATSUDAIRA and Goro HONMA, the Kamiya-Koreki school, could positively appraise by the number of mats in a room.
  362. In the boom of ninkyo (men of chivalry) films which became the new mainstream at Toei after the late 1960s, he produced several yakuza (Japanese gangster) films including "Nippon Ankokushi, Chi no Koso" (Japanese dark history, bloody conflicts, 1967) and "Nippon Ankokushi, Nasakemuyo" (Japanese dark history, relentless fight, 1968).
  363. In the both cases, it is eaten with soy sauce dropped on it if desired, after cut into little pieces.
  364. In the branch castles of the Sanada Main Castle, Masayuki's cousin Yoriyasu YAZAWA and Uesugi's enpei (reinforcements) were besieged.
  365. In the branch family of Baron Shijo, there is woman who inherited the Shijo-ryu hocho-do (Shijo-ryu cuisine).
  366. In the brewery 'Yoshikawa Toji no Sato,' which is the base of Yoshikawa toji, a sub-branch of the Echigo toji branch, it was handled as a specialty local sake consisting of 'rice, water and technique, all of which are 100% Yoshikawa products.'
  367. In the brewing process for sake, koji mold and yeast change starch and water into alcohol and carbon dioxide, and therefore the starch contained in the rice grain is considered important.
  368. In the brewing process to produce beer and whiskey, saccharification does not occur simultaneously with alcoholic fermentation, but separately from, so it is called tanko fukuhakko (fermentation after saccharification).
  369. In the brewing process, as protein and oil cause zatsumi, they are scraped off carefully so that the grains of rice are not fractured in order to produce a sophisticated taste.
  370. In the broad sense, donation to shrines and temples is also considered to be wayo to Shinto and Buddhist deities.
  371. In the broad sense, it refers to any tangible or intangible cultural product invented through human cultural activity.
  372. In the broad sense, these are categorized as kamaboko.
  373. In the broader scope of its meaning, the ritual called 'tamafuri' is included under the repose of souls; however, in a repose of souls cermony performed in the palace, two types of rituals are performed: the chinkon and tamafuri rituals.
  374. In the broadest sense, the family had three lines, a Kanin line (1 and 2), a Koichijo line (3, governors of Hida Province), and a Kajuji line (4).
  375. In the bubble system adopted by Europe, individual reduction targets are assigned to each of 15 countries in European Community by the EU directive.
  376. In the building of Hoko-ji Temple Daibutsu-den Hall in 1610, (Ieyasu TOKUGAWA is said to have ordered the Toyotomi family to reconstruct Hoko-ji Temple Daibutsu-den Hall, with the intent of financially crippling the Toyotomis.)
  377. In the burial chamber there is a sectional house-shaped stone chamber.
  378. In the burial rites, after the deacon or the priest recites a prayer loudly for repose of the soul of the person in eternal sleep, Eitai (Seikatai) sing a poem named 'Eternal memory' three times repeatedly and the rites finish.
  379. In the bus business office era, a Series 27 tram, which was used on the Horikawa line, was kept beside the front gate in a glass-walled room (currently, the tram is kept in an operational state at Umekoji Park).
  380. In the business world like publishing companies, cartoon is often called 'ponchi-e.'
  381. In the by-election for town councilor held in Chizu-cho, Tottori Prefecture on June 20, 2004, a ballot saying 'okara' was casted and it was counted as invalid.
  382. In the cab, the master controller and the brake are placed on the right side and on the left of the operator, respectively, contrary to those on the regular railway lines.
  383. In the cadet class of the second which Nishikubo had been belonging to, there were also General Hisaichi SUGANO who served as commander of the Taiwan army (Japanese Army), General Morishige MORIOKA who served as commander of the Korean army (Japanese Army), General Takao SUZUKI who served as chief of the technical office of the army and so on.
  384. In the campus, there still remain a lot of buildings established in the period from Meiji to early Showa, which are precious heritages that teach us the character of architecture in each period.
  385. In the capacity of Dai Shogun (the great general) for the Kyoto side, Hideyasu, along with his younger brother Hidezumi, fought against the shogunate army in Mino Province and near the Uji-gawa River but was defeated.
  386. In the capital area, the east part of Suzaku-oji Street is called Sakyo and the west part called Ukyo, and it was divided by ten Bo(s) (district), in a grid pattern called 'Jobosei,' in the north-south direction and east-west direction.
  387. In the capital city, nine streets running east to west and nine streets running north to south were arranged in the grid pattern; moreover, the width of each street was set to be nine times that of a rut (242.4 centimeters).'
  388. In the capital, Yoshitsune was in charge of security of Kyoto by order of Yoshinaka.
  389. In the case above, A, B and C are allowed to shoot once again as they have equally missed the target at the second shooting.
  390. In the case of "Kojiki", how the previous succession to the Imperial Throne was considered is not clear.
  391. In the case of 'Terrible Manju,' the title as well as details are different between Kamigata and Edo.
  392. In the case of Amida Nyorai, there may be a statue assuming inso formed by both hands pointing upward in front of the chest with the thumbs and the forefingers (or otherwise, the second or third fingers) forming a circle.
  393. In the case of Bosatsu, the Buddha statue on the head is called kebutsu in order to show honji-butsu (original Buddhist divinity).
  394. In the case of Buddhism, you should write "志" or "忌明志" on the front side of the koden-gaeshi and decorate it with white and black or gray mizuhiki tied in a square knot.
  395. In the case of Christianity, you should write "召天記念 (Protestant)," "感謝," or "志" on the front side of the koden-gaeshi.
  396. In the case of Douglas MacArthur, for example, he was officially General of the Army, but would often be called "Gensui" in Japanese.
  397. In the case of Esashi oiwake-bushi pieces (from the coastal regions of Hokkaido, ports along the Sea of Japan, etc.) shakuhachi accompaniment is mandatory.
  398. In the case of Fukuchiyama City, one such finding supporting this speculation is a mirror called Banryu-kyo Mirror; it has been designated as a national heritage cultural property, and has the name of the period, 'Fourth Year of Jingchu,' engraved upon it.
  399. In the case of Gobandate (a five-play program), Shiki Sanban is performed as Shugen (which is the abbreviation for Shugen Noh, meaning celebratory Noh) for the entire performance before Waki Noh (which is the Noh that is positioned to the waki, or side, of the Okina and that is also known as Shobanme-mono (first-group plays) and Kami Noh (god Noh plays)).
  400. In the case of Gonta, after he was stabbed by his father, he confesses his true feelings and dies in the arms of his mother.
  401. In the case of Hiroshimafu-okonomiyaki, when you say 'ika' (squid) it refers not to raw squid as in the other regions, but to the snack 'ika furai' (snack of squid coated with bread crumbs) often mixed and cooked.
  402. In the case of Hitachi Province during the Kamakura period, we can see in documents that there were status distinctions such as takokushajin, kunizoshiki, kokusho, kokushoji and miko in jokan, chuza, shosei and ichibun.
  403. In the case of Hongan-ji School, it should be used in the form of a double ring and the tassels should be hung down.
  404. In the case of Honren-juzu, the biggest bead (one bead or 2 beads) is called 'Oyadama' (parent bead) or 'Moshu' (mother bead) and the 108 beads which mainly compose a ring are called 'Omodama.'
  405. In the case of Japanese dishes, you must hold a plate of soup in your left hand and put your mouth at the brim of plate to sip the soup.
  406. In the case of Japanese traditional musical instruments, a string is usually called 'ito.'
  407. In the case of Kabuki
  408. In the case of Kabuki Buyo or Minyo Buyo, experts often help the performers wear their stage makeup and the final conditions can be very beautiful.
  409. In the case of Kamatari, he received an umene as a special case probably because he had won Emperor Tenchi's favor.
  410. In the case of Kanze-ryu shite-kata (main roles of Kanze school), there are six ranks in professionals and quasi-professionals: soke, bunke, shokubun (occupational), jun shokubun (quasi-shokubun), shihan (instructor) and jun shihan (quasi-shihan).
  411. In the case of Kim Jong Il, his title of shogun is accompanied by "nim," which is used in DPRK and the Republic of Korea as address to show deference to a higher-ranking person, much in the same way "sama" is used in Japanese.
  412. In the case of Kokujin ryoshu, their relationship with clan members, branch families and Dogo under their rule was similar to an alliance, rather than a relationship of master and vassal; in this sense, Kokujin ryoshu were more akin to leaders rather than masters.
  413. In the case of Kokushi kasei joso in Kaga Province happened in 1012, although the governor tried to confront the appeal preparing evidence and witnesses for rebutment, the trial was set aside because the witnesses, the indigenous persons of Kaga Province, did not appear in court.
  414. In the case of Kozuke Province, however, he appointed 'Kozuke no kami' (governor of Kozuke Province), though its reason is not clear.
  415. In the case of Mikkyo (esoteric Buddhism), there is a rite called Chintaku-fudo-ho which is carried out with Fudo Myoo (the god of fire) as the principal image.
  416. In the case of Mino Shoinshi, for example, used in Owari/Mino, Mikawa and Ise was 1.81, 25.1 and 24.8cm, respectively, in vertical length.
  417. In the case of Mitamamatsuri, the cover address should also be 'otamagushiryo,' and so on.
  418. In the case of Miyake (families allowed to have the status of the Imperial Family), the name is determined by the sole intension of the father.
  419. In the case of Monjo which were issued by Samurai families, they were leagally-effective if they contained the issures' signatures or Kao (written seal mark) even if the monjo themselves were written by Yuhitsu.
  420. In the case of Nagashi-suki, after new paper is formed on a screen, water is poured out by tilting the reeds and the remaining water is splashed swiftly by tilting it towards the left.
  421. In the case of Okaden, the words 'Train Okaden' were printed by the purple-colored vending machines of what was then the newest model on the Hankyu Railway.
  422. In the case of Otanosho (Ota manor) in Koyasan territory, Bingo Province, the Yamana clan officially acquired the right to manage Shitaji (land) in 1402 and became Shugo on condition that they would deliver to Koyasan 1,000 koku (of rice) (a unit of volume: rice 1 koku is 180.39 liter, lumber 1 koku is 0.278 cubic meter) every year.
  423. In the case of Rokudan and higher levels, the names of successful applicants are listed by such Kendo magazines as 'Kendo Nihon' and 'Kendo Jidai.'
  424. In the case of SMART ICOCA, when the button of the amount is pressed the card is automatically recharged.
  425. In the case of Senchado, kensui is also called 'yukoboshi' or 'koboshi.'
  426. In the case of Shakyamuni Nyorai depicted in Shakyamuni-in (one of the 12 sections ("in" in Japanese) constituting Taizokai mandala) in Taizokai ((Womb Realm) mandala, for example, the right and left hands face outward and inward, respectively, with the finger tips of both hands pointing upward.
  427. In the case of Shinto, you should write "志," "偲草," or "しのび草" on the front side of the koden-gaeshi and decorate it with white and black or silver mizuhiki tied in a square knot.
  428. In the case of Shusseuo, the Japanese name that is used for academic purposes is merely one of their names and frequently is the name used once they've matured.
  429. In the case of Suica, there are some stations where the card can't be recharged by credit cards (the credit cards are accepted only in the JR West ICOCA Area, and in the JR East Suica Area, the View Card issued by JR East is the sole credit card accepted).
  430. In the case of Tanada, however, the timing of farm operations differs slightly between the upper part and the lower part of a mountain, so it is easier to share agricultural machines than in lowland villages.
  431. In the case of Wafuku, the openings chest high on both sides of Migoro to which the sleeves are to be sewn.
  432. In the case of Wagakki, the sophistication of tones rather than higher sound levels has been pursued so that delicate changes in tones could be enjoyed in a quiet room.
  433. In the case of Wakadokoro, they were also called meshiudo.
  434. In the case of Wayojo for a suit in the Kamakura Shogunate, Wayojo was composed when the parties in question agreed to make a compromise with the intervention of the magistrate who was in charge of the suit or the third party called "Chunin."
  435. In the case of Western clothing, even if they are ready-made, clothes in different sizes are made according to the wear's particular body shape.
  436. In the case of Western clothing, except for Raglan sleeves, the highest point of the boundary between Migoro and Sode comes around the shoulder joint of the wearer.
  437. In the case of Western music, each part of a string quartet is linked tightly with another one in a polyphonic melody, so no single part is ever movable or dispensable.
  438. In the case of Yakuden (fields not much fitted for growing crops), an area twice that of kubunden should be supplied.
  439. In the case of a Shugo who oversees several provinces, he would have had even fewer opportunities to observe those for which he was responsible.
  440. In the case of a child of shihan, he does not need to be apprenticed to any.
  441. In the case of a decision on point or by lot, the winner gets one Ippon.
  442. In the case of a funeral held in accordance the teachings of Christianity, a white plain envelope or a commercially available envelope bearing the address "Ohana-ryo" or a picture of a white lily and cross printed on its front side is used.
  443. In the case of a hiraki, sometimes the word 'hiraki' is added to the right of the name of the music in the program.
  444. In the case of a home-delivery service, sushis are put in a bowl with a low brim, called sushi oke (wooden bowl for sushi rice).
  445. In the case of a hot plate, you should set the temperature relatively higher (about 220℃), considering the fall of the temperature and the slowness of heating up when putting the dough on it.
  446. In the case of a posthumous conferral, an antemortem Ikai is additionally indicated for reference.
  447. In the case of a queen (of imperial family), she was ranked in Ikai even if she was not higher than goi (Fifth Rank) in the rank.
  448. In the case of a seated statue, the palm may face upward; in this case, however, the finger side of the palm is tilted downward so that a viewer can see the palm.
  449. In the case of a seated statue, the palm of the left hand points upward while resting on the lap.
  450. In the case of a specially high-class kakemono such as shinkan (imperial letter), it is soon scrolled again after showing it to the guests.
  451. In the case of adapting a classical sankyoku pieces for shakuhachi, the shakuhachi part was generally added in a manner so as to roughly parallel that of the shamisen part.
  452. In the case of aimauchi (interval drumming), beat mokugyo (a fish-shaped wooden drum) at O.
  453. In the case of an seasoned with soy sauce, a small amount of shiitake mushroom, bamboo shoot, etc. is often added while green peas are added for garnish.
  454. In the case of army headquarters sonae, there were about 1500 men.
  455. In the case of asanoha pattern, three lines are inserted into a triangle to make a triangular yosegi unit pattern.
  456. In the case of bamboo tsuzura, thin constant width bamboo boards are woven in a matrix pattern and made into a square box shape.
  457. In the case of bokuju made with an animal glue, a long drying time is necessary when adding a lining.
  458. In the case of bonito tataki, the trick to a beautifully broiled finish is to cook the skin side first.
  459. In the case of buildings like a temple, there is a rite named Chindan-ho, which is held to calm the dirt mound before laying a wooden floor, and Jichin (calming the land) and Chindan (calming the mound) are performed separately.
  460. In the case of central government offices, Azukari was normally placed under Betto (head of office) and supervised practical jobs instead of Betto who was kugyo (top court noble).
  461. In the case of chagayu (tea porridge) mentioned later the rice tends not to break apart even when stirred.
  462. In the case of connections with trains going to Nagoya from Kameyama Station, while trains make good connections in the morning and evening, they don't during the daytime and as this resulted in a revision of the timetable as of March 2009 and passengers are required to wait for forty to fifty minutes.
  463. In the case of daimyo chigyo, daimyo, a vassal of shogun, was called 'ryoshu (feudal lord) ' and his chigyo-chi was called 'ryobun.'
  464. In the case of death from drowning theory, 'water-drinking disease' is said to mean drinking too much water as he fell into river and drowned.
  465. In the case of exceeding the emissions allowance prescribed by the Kyoto Protocol (the reduction target has not been achieved), the following mesures are taken.
  466. In the case of female Nagagi, the width of either the left-hand or the right-hand Maemigoro at the bottom of Miyatsukuchi, i.e., Miyatsukuchidomari.
  467. In the case of festive events related to local guardian deities, ohanadai is presented by the parishioners of each deity, or they are asked for a contribution to cover the operation cost of the event.
  468. In the case of food shops without eating space and for delivery service only, delivery service is often called 'Delivery' (in English) not 'Demae,' but 'Demae' and 'Delivery' are not strictly distinguished.
  469. In the case of funerals of some celebrities, a Misso (private funeral) is observed first and then later a formal funeral is held, and Shonanoka is held after the formal funeral is finished.
  470. In the case of fushin (construction) of Nagoya-jo Castle, the Toyotomi family was ordered to be mobilized, however because of the rejection of Yodo-dono the order was canceled
  471. In the case of geisha (Japanese female entertainers at a drinking party), for example, guests who are versed in geisha parties called 'tsu' or 'suijin' can judge the status of the geisha in question from the quality of kanzashi and the way she wears them.
  472. In the case of general certification, the 'holder' includes staff members, the troupe and club members of the group.
  473. In the case of groups, the government pays the costs of public exhibitions and successor training projects.
  474. In the case of gungen and metsuke, their object of inspection was the samurai.
  475. In the case of hand-stretched noodles, the same standard is applied to both somen and cold noodles, and those formed in cylindrical shape with a diameter no more than 1.7 mm are classified as 'tenobe somen' or 'tenobe cold noodles.'
  476. In the case of hand-stretched noodles, the same standards apply to hiyamugi and somen noodles.
  477. In the case of herbal plants, it was especially called Nenryo zoyaku.
  478. In the case of history for regions outside of Japan, komonjo and kokiroku are usually lumped together and called monjo shiryo (documentary historical sources) or monjo, for short.
  479. In the case of home-delivery service, a size of one piece of Nigiri-zushi is often bigger than that served in the restaurant.
  480. In the case of hossu (the chief priest) of Taiseki-ji Temple, the Head Temple of Nichiren Sho Sect, as a principle, he has to retire as inkyo after deciding the successor and gives over the position of the highest priestship to the successor.
  481. In the case of houses, his early wooden works (for example, a house for a foreign engineer of the Amiboshi factory of Dai-nippon Celluloid) were of colonial styles with a flavor of secession.
  482. In the case of human being, it means types of virtue, "five constant virtues" (benevolence, justice, courtesy, wisdom and sincerity).
  483. In the case of joruri (dramatic narrative chanted to a shamisen accompaniment), the aikata means a shamisen player accompanying tayu who perform a dance.
  484. In the case of kabuki, only this section's script is completely independent from the original noh script.
  485. In the case of ketteki for summer-use, a kind of sha (silk gauze) called "koku" (禾=>系) is used without lining.
  486. In the case of ketteki, crests of eno-maru are placed closely on the ground that it is the one for a minor (the size of crests were generally small and they were closely placed in the case of shozoku for the young).
  487. In the case of kisha (to shoot an arrow while riding a horse), the course was set up so that the wooden pillars could be placed on the left side of the course, and on each pillar matokake (shooting target) was attached as boji (sings placed at the borders of territories).
  488. In the case of kogo-ishi near to living areas, it is natural that the defining characteristics of kogoishi cannot be identified through the materials excavated from the ruins.
  489. In the case of kosode (kimono with short sleeves) that has been used since the Muromachi period, 'awase' means the one that has a lining without cotton padding, and it is distinguished from a padded kosode for winter use.
  490. In the case of koyosegi, wooden bars of rectangular and triangular cross-sections are made using a jig that can be slanted.
  491. In the case of large hall, some participants walked around trying to find a vacant seat or could not find a vacant seat within a dark hall because there was no ushers to assist them within the hall.
  492. In the case of large sealed cross blades, in one method of toteki one grasps one of the swords with a finger placed on the other sword, and the sword is made to spin by striking it in a hammering motion.
  493. In the case of large shoens (if the lords had the large potential supply, that is, the compulsory service in the land directly controlled by the lords), the ratio of the serf's lands was large, but in small shoens, the ratio of the cultivatable area in the land tended to be large.
  494. In the case of lay believers, a kakejiku (hanging scroll) of the figure of Amida Nyorai (Amitabha Tathagata) or a mitsuori honzon provided by the head temple is used.
  495. In the case of loss of Japanese citizenshi p of a family head.
  496. In the case of male Nagagi, the width of either the left-hand or the right-hand Maemigoro at the height of 40 cm below Katayama.
  497. In the case of male believers : It is believed to be desirable to use a himo (code) tassel of one-handed nenju.
  498. In the case of male kimono, Mitake is the same as Kitake, which is the height of the wearer with the height of the wearer's head subtracted.
  499. In the case of miuke of an oiran in an omise, the miuke fee was said to reach several thousand ryo (a unit used in the old Japanese currency system).
  500. In the case of monzeki temples (temples served by a chief priest of aristocratic or imperial lineage) in later years, the word 'inge' later came to refer to a sub-temple in which monks of the following rank resided.
  501. In the case of more important matters, Suke directly reported to Daijokan (councilor of state) without Kami's involvement.
  502. In the case of new families, one was appointed to benkan and he didn't served as kurodo at the same time, and depending on families, one was appointed to Sangi (councillor) after the posts of Shifunosuke (left and right divisions of the Inner and the Middle Palace Guards) and senior and junior assistants of Hassho (eight ministries and agencies) in the middle of his career.
  503. In the case of nigirizushi, most of them are served with a pair, but many restaurants have menus such as 'ichininmae' (one serving) as in chirashi zushi (vinegared rice with thin strips of egg, pieces of raw fish, vegetables and crab meat arranged on top), or 'sho' (pine), 'chiku' (bamboo) and 'bai' (plum trees) and so on.
  504. In the case of nigirizushi, sushis are usually served on a wooden board (called 'geta') which looks like a geta (Japanese footwear, wooden clogs) in a sushi restaurant.
  505. In the case of non-ginjo sake, kojibuta is not used in may cases.
  506. In the case of nongovernmental eshi painters, the procedures were laborious.
  507. In the case of numbers without masks, or numbers with masks assigned and played by a woman, or a boy or girl, they may be performed with a natural, unmasked face or with makeup (the same stage makeup as for Kabuki Buyo dance, depending on the group).
  508. In the case of okonomiyaki shops, they often let flour mixed with water stand to make it fluffy, but commercially available okonomiyaki powder includes baking powder, salt, soup stock and so on.
  509. In the case of one hand juzu, the number of Oyadama is only 1 and a tube-like bead called 'bosa' (Bodhisattva) is inserted between Oyadama and tassel.
  510. In the case of other original texts of Rikujin, such as "Rikujinyaku," however, these two are lumped together into weather divination.
  511. In the case of people who were conferred Shonii upon as a posthumous rank from the Heian period to the end of Edo period, their Ikai (Court rank) was written as "Shonii, posthumously conferred."
  512. In the case of performance held on February 2002 at Maruko-cho Culture Hall in Nagano Prefecture, he left early in order to appear in a TV program featuring Salt Lake City Olympic Games.
  513. In the case of performance held on March 19 of the same year at Otofuke-cho Culture Center in Hokkaido, he cancelled on the day on the ground of fever.
  514. In the case of pickling with the original process, it is supposed to take nearly a year to mature.
  515. In the case of post-war Kabuki, it is performed as an independent performance after Act Four.
  516. In the case of posthumous honors, it is called Zoshoshii (Zo Senior Fourth Rank).
  517. In the case of present-day tofu, the general concentration of soy milk is ten to thirteen percent because go won't scorch when it's heated with a steam boiler.
  518. In the case of products for females, its width is about 30 cm (hassun of kujirajaku [a measure used in kimono-making]) and its length is about four meters.
  519. In the case of professional wrestlers, the chankonabe is usually cooked by duty young wrestlers or trainees in their professional wrestling group's dojo (training hall).
  520. In the case of rakugo (storytelling) the reasons for the above are there are several periods where no documentary records remain.
  521. In the case of rakugo-ka (a comic story teller)
  522. In the case of reading the "Ofumi" (Rennyo Shonin's letters for propagation), only the choshonin reads it.
  523. In the case of religion, it is said that there is punishment by God and punishment by Buddha as the "punishment" for the case of disobedience to its creed.
  524. In the case of request or declination, Kyo language prefers euphemistic and indecisive expressions and avoids straightforward words.
  525. In the case of rice, it is determined for each type, shuzo kotekimai (jozoyo genmai (unpolished rice for sake brewing)), dehulled paddy non-glutinous rice, dehulled paddy glutinous rice, unpolished paddy non-glutinous rice and unpolished paddy glutinous rice.
  526. In the case of sake quality which is characterized by freshness, such as namazake, as it cannot stand kan (warming), it tastes better to drink ryobie or below.
  527. In the case of shell lime, if it is not dissolved correctly, it may peel off and a rich luster will not be obtained.
  528. In the case of single CDs, two songs corresponding to sides A and B as with the old records are contained, and four tunes are often recorded along with karaoke versions of them.
  529. In the case of some small-scale plants, the amount discharged may not be enough to dispose by themselves and so they are sometimes compelled to ask a contractor to do this.
  530. In the case of sumo, it is not the full name as such that is handed down.
  531. In the case of sushi, a battleship roll sushi generally uses a quail egg instead of a chicken egg to match the size of sushi.
  532. In the case of temples and shrines, on the other hand, the Organization of Shomu (management and control of agriculture, taxes, etc in Shoen) had been established at a relatively early period, and a system was taken that allowed temples and shrines of honke or ryoke to manage their property directly.
  533. In the case of the 3 subsequent individuals, after Hidetada became the 2nd generation clan head (Shogun) his coming-of-age ceremony was held.
  534. In the case of the Army, a new War Minister was only recommended with the agreement of the Army's three Kami (three director generals) (War Minister, the Chief of the General Staff, and the Educational Commissioner).
  535. In the case of the Chronicles of Japan, it is not called gisho because falsehood were not added to the origin of its establishment.
  536. In the case of the Emperor Taisho, since his birthday or tencho setsu were not determined to be a national holiday after his death, the Emperor Taisho's birthday has not been a national holiday until now.
  537. In the case of the Ikuta school, players use kakuzume (square-shaped pick) and position themselves at an angle of about forty-five degrees left oblique against the instrument in order to use kakuzume effectively.
  538. In the case of the Imperial Japanese Army, the number for the weapons employed in the same year was not zero as in the Navy but 100 such as Type 100 heavy bomber, Type 100 headquarters reconnaissance plane, Type 100 transport plane, etc.
  539. In the case of the Japanese drum, there are both a wide and a narrow understanding (interpretation).
  540. In the case of the KANSAI THRU PASS, a discount fare is automatically deducted).
  541. In the case of the Keihanshin Local Line, by contrast, the Hankyu Kyoto Main Line, Hankyu Kobe Main Line, Hanshin Main Line, and Sanyo Railway Main Line ran side by side with it throughout the entire section.
  542. In the case of the Mori clan, despite its having taken a neutral position in the Battle of Sekigahara, its territory was reduced and hard feelings against the Tokugawa family accumulated within the Choshu clan.
  543. In the case of the Obon festival (a Festival of the Dead or Buddhist All Soul's Day) in Japan, each ancestor's spirit called Oshorai-sama is considered to come back to the Buddhist altar in each house once a year so that people place Bonku (offerings) during the Obon period.
  544. In the case of the Osaka Municipal Subway Sakaisuji Line, which shares the track with the Kyoto Line, the Series 66 train carries a brownish belt painted around its stainless-steel body.
  545. In the case of the Oshi Castle attack, Mitsunari flooded the castle by carrying water from the Moto-Arakawa River, and the remains of the castle are still in existence.
  546. In the case of the Otani School, it should be used in the form of a double ring with 2 beads of Oyadama fixed at a thumb and 4 tassels hung down on the left side.
  547. In the case of the Seventh Higher School 'Zoshikan School' (under the old system), it was substantially decided to be in Matsumoto, but it had not been publicly disclosed.
  548. In the case of the Toki 325 train, it was lucky that no train was running on the track on the other side.
  549. In the case of the Tosa clan, the Battle of Sekigahara ultimately resulted in many tragic events.
  550. In the case of the Yamada school, players use maruzume (a round-shaped pick) and position themselves in front of the instrument.
  551. In the case of the admission to an elementary school, the admission to a junior high school is prayed.
  552. In the case of the ballet, since parents or guardians help the performers wear makeup, the final conditions are often more uneven than when experts help them wear makeup.
  553. In the case of the congregational churches, all executives are called shitsuji except for some specialists.
  554. In the case of the connection ticket to Osaka Municipal Subway (the ticket must be the one through Tenjinbashisuji-rokuchome Station), it isn't permitted to make a transfer to the subway line at Minamikata Station (Osaka Prefecture) (including Nishinakajima-Minamigata Station).
  555. In the case of the current Soh, the top side and both sides of the Soh is produced by hollowing a piece of board and a separate piece of board is attached only to the underside.
  556. In the case of the division of labor, first a dyeing artisan draws a preliminary sketch with reference to a huge amount of design samples stored in the workshop.
  557. In the case of the first appointment of heyazumi (an adult-age eldest son who had yet to come into his inheritance), appointment to the jushiinoge or higher and having no other family member appointed to goi (Fifth Rank).
  558. In the case of the latter, if there were too many troop members to be commanded then it would become impossible for one single commander to fully take even the overall command.
  559. In the case of the line of emperors in China, although Emperor Gaozong of the Southern Sung Dynasty and Qian Long of the Qing Dynasty retired and handed over the reigns to their successors and became Retired Emperors, in contrast, most emperors kept their reigns until their death.
  560. In the case of the marriage of a member of the Imperial Family (an imperial princess or a princess); she becomes her husband's princess (until becomes an empress) and also continues to carry her original status.
  561. In the case of the ordinary semi-express, the inbound train waits for a limited express train to pass at Takatsukishi Station, but this rapid train waits for a limited express train to pass at Nagaoka-tenjin Station.
  562. In the case of the other kuge who did not possess chigyo koku, they served as keishi (household superintendent) or kerei (lower class kuge who served the superior kuge) for generations, so that they were often granted the shoshiki (the right of an officer governing a shoen estate) of shoryo (fief) in the lieu of horoku (stipend).
  563. In the case of the photographic New Year's postcard, the frame of the picture, layout of the name and address, decoration design and the like are usually specified in advance.
  564. In the case of the route that terminates within the Kitakinki Tango Railway lines, two round-trip services are provided between Amanohashidate Station and Toyooka Station, and these trains are given certain numbers in the 60s or 70s.
  565. In the case of the succession dispute in Hosokawa clan, Nagayuki supported Sumimoto HOSOKAWA, who was a child of Awa shugo Hosokawa clan and later adopted by kanrei Masamoto HOSOKAWA.
  566. In the case of these three provinces, Imperial Princes were always appointed to their kokushu, the head of provincial governors.
  567. In the case of these trace-sugar/low-sugar type canned coffee, artificial sweeteners are used many times in combination with sugar because its sweetness and constituents may lack stability when used alone.
  568. In the case of today's conventional home, the Zashiki is the finest Japanese-style room.
  569. In the case of toro having a small height represented by the yukimi type, this part is often omitted.
  570. In the case of travelling from one place to another except one's home, one had to practice Katatagae as follows.
  571. In the case of travelling in the tabooed direction from one's home, moving to one's home which lay in such direction, and constructing at one's home, one had to practice Katatagae as follows.
  572. In the case of vault toilets, they stink because filthy matters are in the tank below and sometimes as countermeasures a lid is put on the basin or an exhaust outlet is installed to fan the inner air out.
  573. In the case of washiki, elderly people often die of cerebral stroke and so on by overstraining themselves.
  574. In the case of western confectionery, work is done indoors and thus the instruments for exclusive use are used as they are.
  575. In the case of wild hare, it does not have white winter coat when cattails flower, and in areas where sharks or crocodiles (mentioned later) are found in the shallow waters the hare's fur does not even turn white in winter.
  576. In the case of wooden buildings, large walls are plastered walls coated with lime plaster and mortar, or covered wooden boards or metal sheets.
  577. In the case of zoi, the letter '贈' is added at the head of the ordinary rank.
  578. In the case that a daily gongyo is not possible
  579. In the case that a shrine also contained a Buddhist temple, management and ceremonies would be carried out by the Buddhist priest.
  580. In the case that gundan had more than 600 men, there was one daiki and one shoki, and if comprised of fewer than 500 men, there was only one such ki commander.
  581. In the case that the butsudan is small, as it may be a fire hazard to do rissoku in it, rissoku on a candle stand placed outside of the butsudan is recommended.
  582. In the case that there are three spaces, the shinsatsu of the Ise-jingu Shrine (a taima) is dedicated in the center, that of the ujigami in the right facing the kamidana, and that of the other revered shrine in the left.
  583. In the case that there is one place, three shinsatsu are put together in the following order from the front: the shinsatsu of the Ise-jingu Shrine, that of the ujigami, and that of the revered shrine.
  584. In the case that this theory was adopted, it would mean that a 'Kagayaku Hinomiya' which did not exist originally came into being at some later point.
  585. In the case the bedroom for others, two jo (176x176 cm) of tsuchishiki, which is a type of tatami mat with ungenberi-rim, is laid on the boarding floor in a meridional direction.
  586. In the case where alcohol is added for antifungal effect, quality preservation of a product tends to be shorter than the case where sodium benzoate is added.
  587. In the case where it is kept under relatively high temperature for two weeks after starting the preparation, moromi is liquefied by enzyme of Aspergillus oryzae.
  588. In the case where one reads and recites it repeatedly, traditionally he starts reading from 'Bussetsu' in the beginning for the first time but begins reading from 'Maka' for the second time without reading 'Bussetsu.'
  589. In the case where sodium benzoate as preservative is not used, an antifungal effect from alcohol may be used.
  590. In the case where such concept was accepted, it was often disguised with respect to its origin of the object of acceptance so that mental resistance could be reduced on Chinese side.
  591. In the case where the woman had ohaguro, but did not have hikimayu, it was called hangempuku (attaining womanhood informally).
  592. In the cases frequently seen with infants, it is known that some of the proteins contained mainly in the white exhibit strong allergenicities, and it is also known that these allergenicities are slightly reduced by heating.
  593. In the cases of 'tobu tori no asuka' (飛ぶ鳥のアスカ) and 'haruhi no kasuga' (春日のカスガ), these makurakotoba are thought to be the reasons why 飛鳥 is read as 'asuka' and 春日 is read as 'kasuga' respectively.
  594. In the cases of moving house or purchases of butsudan, relocation ceremonies are often held.
  595. In the cases of the least serious level, the offender's wives and sons were banished 2,000-ri.
  596. In the cases of the medium level, the offender's father and sons were exiled to the farthest distant island, and in the cases of the least serious level, the offender's sons were exiled to a moderately distant island.
  597. In the cases of the medium level, the offender's parents, wives and sons were banished 3,000-ri.
  598. In the cases treated the same as a scheme of disobedience in Yoro Code, the offender's father and sons, kenin (slaves equivalent to buqu in Tang Ritsuryo Code), assets, farmland and housing land were confiscated.
  599. In the castle town in Fukuchiyama which is also the old urban area, commerce and industry managed to flourish early on due to Mitsuhide AKECHI, who did not impose the Jishisen tax.
  600. In the castle, female servants and Chinpaku, chabozu (tea-server) are talking malicious gossip about Katsumoto.
  601. In the castles of this style, their upper part is likely to become larger the lower part, with the external view giving an extremely unstable and impressive impression.
  602. In the catalogue of a complete works book of laws published by the Government whose formal title is not known, it is stated that "names of Eta and Hinin are to be abolished and their status and trades are to be the same as Heimin (commoner)".
  603. In the category of Yakushae, Kunisada UTAGAWA, as the successor to his teacher Toyokuni UTAGAWA, drew strong Yakushae.
  604. In the category of animal-shaped haniwa, there are the haniwa of dogs, white whiskered boars (Japanese wild boar), cows, chickens, horses in harnesses, and others, and in the category of human-shaped haniwa, there are the haniwa of warriors in armor, sorceresses, farmers, and other people of various classes and positions.
  605. In the category of bronze ware, there were bronze swords, bronze pikes, bronze dagger-axes, bronze bells, bronze mirrors, and so on.
  606. In the category of history books, many shomono were left mainly as part of a series of biographies in "Shih-chi" (the Historical Records) and "Han Shu" (The History of the Han).
  607. In the celebrating or morning occasions at the shogun family, he made presents together with other daimyo.
  608. In the center of the burial chamber, Kurinuki style iegata sekkan (house-shaped hollowed stone coffin) made of white tuff produced in Mt. Nijo (Nara Prefecture and Osaka Prefecture) is placed.
  609. In the center of the castle town, there was a kind of tower that people called "Tenshu," which was more elegant and magnificent than the towers we know.
  610. In the center of the central chamber is a throne on which a tablet with the word 'Denkyo' (transmitting the teaching of Buddhism) written by Emperor Showa is displayed.
  611. In the center of the cloth, a handy stone is placed and wrapped, and it is rotated above the head (or at the side of the body, as another technique).
  612. In the center of the property, a courtyard (spot garden) was installed for the improved ventilation and lighting.
  613. In the center of the south side of the main part of this hall was an outer area that is thought to have measured 1.8 square meters.
  614. In the center of the warehouse, there is a bookshelf with the shape of a regular octahedron, which can be rotated, and Daizokyo (sutra) is kept inside (the bookshelves are movable).
  615. In the center of this area located is Hozan-ji Temple visited by so many devotees, and the presence of this temple seems to have influenced the foundation of Korean Temples concentrated in this area.
  616. In the center stands the statue of Sanko Joeki, on the right are statues of Kita no Mandokoro's elder brother Iesada KINOSHITA and his wife Unshoin, and on the left is a statue of Naomasa HORI who put great effort into the temple's construction.
  617. In the center, okura-sho (Ministry of the Treasury) had a shoso for soyocho (a tax system, corvee) and in the regions, at first, each gun (county) had shoso for shozei (the rice tax stored in provincial offices warehouse) administered by gunji (district managers).
  618. In the central Asian countries, people celebrate Nowr?z on the vernal equinox, although Nowr?z is not considered the new year.
  619. In the central and northern Europe, where there is a custom of eating the largest meal of the day at lunchtime, congee is often served as a light supper.
  620. In the central area of the city, many buses run in the daytime, but some of them come bumper-to-bumper or don't come for a long time when the traffic conditions are poor.
  621. In the central hall, a full-size reconstruction of the Kokiden Imperial Apartment at Seiryoden Hall in the Heian Imperial Palace was exhibited, which was the symbol of the Heian Museum of Ancient History.
  622. In the central region of Kochi Prefecture, there is a unique local dish which is cooked by stuffing okara into the stomach of a sea bream and steaming it.
  623. In the central southern part of Korea a similar custom called 'kumchul' (??/禁縄) exists.
  624. In the ceremonial site, an eight-legged wooden stand (called hakkyaku-dai) is placed, representing an altar, in the center of which a himorogi (a branch of the evergreen sacred osakaki tree adorned with a gohei (a wooden wand with zigzag paper strips) and yu (wood fiber used to make washi paper), into which the god is invited to descend) is erected.
  625. In the ceremonial site, the attendants of the ceremony have a toast with omiki (sacred sake) and eat the offerings that were withdrawn.
  626. In the ceremony celebrating the Cloister Emperor Goshirakawa's 50th birthday held in April 21, 1176, Koremori, who was aged 19, performed a dance titled 'Seigaiha play,' wearing the twigs of cherry and plum trees in his Eboshi (black-lacquered headgear), which won him the name of Obai-shosho (general of flowers) as he was so handsome.
  627. In the ceremony of Seishichisai, Buddhist mortuary tablets of Juo were enshrined with paper and brush put in front of them to offer an opinion to Tenso (celestial gods), Chifu (gods of Earth and other realms), Myokan (officers of Hell) through the Juo.
  628. In the ceremony of the promulgation of the Constitution of the Empire of Japan, he served as a giten kakaricho (a subsection chief in the ceremony).
  629. In the ceremony, a portrait of a deceased person is placed by an altar at the center and a flag called Meiki (the funerary flag with which the name of the deceased, an official rank, etc. are described) is displayed behind the coffin placed at the rear of the altar in many cases.
  630. In the ceremony, a tree for the Naiku and another for the Geku are cut in this order.
  631. In the ceremony, fans and tanzaku (long, narrow card on which Japanese poems are written vertically) were placed on the three Giccho (a Japanese ancient game similar to Hockey) sticks tied to the vertical green bamboo poles, and a Yin Yang master burned them while he was singing and playing musical accompaniment.
  632. In the ceremony, it is customary for the child in the hakama to step on a go board and then jump down from it.
  633. In the ceremony, monk and miko stay side by side, and miko performs dance and exchange of spirits.
  634. In the ceremony, priests receive esoteric points of Esoteric Buddhism and are permitted to have disciples.
  635. In the chamber about one-meter-high earth and sand is piled up, and though the details of the bodies of the coffins are unknown, the coffin at the back has a lid 2.42 meters in length, 1.44 meters in width and 0.4 meters in height.
  636. In the chamber in the hollow part a back room alone exists, while a front room remains unclear.
  637. In the chaotic times after World War II poor-quality shochu brewed illegally were on the market because of the lack of rice wine.
  638. In the chapter "Shimane no kori" of "Izumo no kuni fudoki (Fudoki of Izumo Province)," Tsukutsumi no mikoto-who is considered to be a son (or daughter) of Izanagi no mikoto-made his (or her) appearance.
  639. In the chapter 'Akashi,' his departed spirit appeared, and helped Genji when he was in distress.
  640. In the chapter 'Fujigoromo' in "Masukagami" (The Clear Mirror), there is an article on Imperial Prince Morisada who was a Nyudo Shinno (Priestly Imperial Prince).
  641. In the chapter 18 of volume 'Kiwame' it is written 'this revelation is being given to gods, the Dragon King, inhabitants of heaven, celestial beings, spirits and people.'
  642. In the chapter November 9, 1446 of "Gaun nikken-roku" (the Diary of Zuikei SHUHO of Shokoku-ji Temple, the Gaun Mountain person), it was written that rice-cake sweets without water added, eaten by the Chinese barbarians are called Tang's hill and water, however, the relationship to 'karasansui' is not well understood.
  643. In the chapter four in "Gakumon no susume" (recommendation of studying), Fukuzawa's representative work, he describes as follows; 'Scholar should not work for government but stay in private sector.'
  644. In the chapter of 'Hahakigi' (The Broom Tree), her name 'Tokonatsu no Onna' comes up in the conversation about 'rating woman on a rainy night,' but nobody paid much attention to her at that time.
  645. In the chapter of 'Miyuki (The Imperial Progress),' she celebrates her Mogi (coming-of-age ceremony for girls), and finally meets her real father, the Minister of the Center (Tono Chujo).
  646. In the chapter of Ashihara no Nakatsukuniheitei in Kojiki (The Records of Ancient Matters), Amenotorifune was dispatched to Ashihara no nakatsukuni (another word for the country or the location of Japan) as Vice Commander of Takemikazuchi.
  647. In the chapter of March 29, 730 of "Fuso Ryakki" (A Brief History of Japan), there is a description of 'East Pagoda of Yakushi-ji Temple was established.'
  648. In the chapter of Yamasachihiko and Umisachihiko, Hoori (Yamasachihiko), who was in trouble after losing the fish hook of Hoderi (Umisachihiko), visited Watatsumi no Okami under the advice of Shiotsuchinooji, and married Toyotama-hime, the daughter of Watatsumi no Okami.
  649. In the chapter of kamiumi (birth of the gods) in Kojiki (Records of Ancient Matters), it appears as the name of Totsuka no tsurugi (long sword) used by Izanagi to kill Kagutsuchi.
  650. In the chapter of the pledge between Amaterasu (the Sun Goddess) and Susano, Amaterasu received the sword Susano had and gave birth to Munakata Sanjojin.
  651. In the chapter on 'various opinions about the ogre' for instance, he explains that every object consists of Yin and Yang, and the act of Yang results in a god whereas the act of Ying results in an ogre.
  652. In the chapter on kuni umi (the birth of the land of Japan), Tsukushi no shima Island (Kyushu), one of Oyashima no kuni (Great eight islands) born of Izanagi and Izanami, is described as being with a single trunk and four heads; the name of the second face is Toyobiwake.
  653. In the chapter on kuni-umi (the birth of (the land) of Japan), 'Awashima' appears as the second child of the two gods, Izanagi and Izanami.
  654. In the chapter on the conquest of Ashihara no nakatsukuni, upon selecting the third god to dispatch to Ashihara no nakatsukuni after Amenohohi and Amenowakahiko, Omoikane (the god of wisdom and talent) recommended Itsunoohabari-no-kami or the child of this god, Takemikazuchinoo-no-kami.
  655. In the chapter which Kenreimonin drowns herself, it is written that she was wearing juni-hitoe of mauve gradation as it was the end of March (wisteria season).
  656. In the childhood
  657. In the choreography where the setting is usually dark, the actors on the stage move violently, engaged in mortal combat groping with each other or scrambling for a key object in the story.
  658. In the citation that mentions that the Shingi-kan ritual office was located in Heiankyo capital city (later on, the capital was moved), there is the Fukunaga-jinja Shrine which deifies Sakue no kami god and Tsunagae no kami god of the Ikasuri no mikannagi no matsuru kami gods.
  659. In the cited part on Emperor Chuai, his father YAMATO Takeru no Mikoto was called Emperor (YAMATO Takeru no Mikoto however never became an emperor in "Kiki" - Kojiki and Nihonshoki).
  660. In the cities where many Japanese do not live or do not often go, the restaurants such as Italian ones, which do not have a relation with Japanese foods, have sushis as hors d'oeuvre in the menus, which the chefs made by following someone's example.
  661. In the classic Taiheiki, he is drawn as a silly person, indulging in drink.
  662. In the classic text "Taiheiki" (The Record of the Great Peace), it is noted that the ringleader behind the downfall of Kiyouji was the ambitious Doyo SASAKI.
  663. In the classification of sushi, the sushi in which a squid or a bamboo shoot is packed with sushi rice is classified as inro-zushi.
  664. In the clause of December, 670 of Shilla Hongi (History of Shilla), "Samguk Sagi" (History of the Three Kingdoms), a history book of Korean Peninsula, there is a description that says 'Wakoku was renamed Nippon because the land is close to the place where the sun rises.'
  665. In the close-up of Miasako WATANABE who was watching scenery from a train window near the end, he made the scenery from a train window show in her eyes using a special screen process.
  666. In the closed-section of the bay the Noda-gawa River (Kyoto Prefecture) flows out, and the sea water of Miyazu Bay flows in and out only through a narrow aqueduct.
  667. In the closing days of the Kamakura period, a revolt by the people of Ezo had thrown the Kamakura bakufu into turmoil, and after the bakufu's collapse, the Ando clan had created flourishing strongholds out of thirteen ports, but eventually the Ando clan was brought to ruin by the rising fortunes of the Nanbu clan.
  668. In the closing days, it was mainly showing the films of TOHO Cinemas Scalaza.
  669. In the closing phase of the Russo-Japanese War, the Japanese army carried out the Capture of Sakhalin peninsula and occuppied the entire island.
  670. In the coastal area of Genkai-nada Sea among other part of northern part of Kyushu, earthenware jar-coffins which were buried together with as many as twenty to thirty mirrors can be found in remains such as Sugu-Okamoto and Mikumo remains, which tells us how luxurious kings' graves were.
  671. In the coastal areas from the Sanin region to Kitakyushu, Ushioni was said to have appeared from the sea with a female goblin called Nureonna or Isoonna.
  672. In the cold spring wind, we left the capital and now are at Yoshida-bashi bridge, Totsuka.
  673. In the collecting world, if the upper part of the letter 'bu' (分) of 'nibu' (二分) which was engraved on the surface of the coin did not end with a upward brushstroke ('tomebu'), it was considered to be a Meiji nibukin and if it did end with an upward brushstroke ('hanebu'), it was considered to be a Manen nibukin.
  674. In the colophon and afterward titled "Keicho-two Enirinshi" of Setsuyoshu (proofed by Ekirin) it is also recorded as "Otokuni-gun (Otokuni District), Fu (Office)."
  675. In the colophon of "Wsansho," it is written that "Shigeyoshi MORI moved from Kawarabayashi, Mukonokori, Settsu Province to Kyoto, and established the school under the name of 'the Master of Division'" (the sign said this is the school of Master of Division).
  676. In the column of Emperor, the following items are registered (the old Article 12).
  677. In the column of Empress, the followings are registered (the old Article 13).
  678. In the columns of Shinno, Shinohi (Shinno's consort), Naishinno, O, Ohi (O's consort) and Nyo-o, the following items are registered (the old Article 23).
  679. In the comic book, Ittan-momen talks with an accent peculiar to the Kyushu region and has a familiar character, so at present, it is well-known and is quite popular, in spite of its original nature depicted in folklore as attacking people.
  680. In the comics 'Dokushin Apartment Dokudamiso' (apartment for bachelors: Dokudamiso) by Takashi FUKUTANI, the scene represent exactly this type of 'apart.'
  681. In the commercial, a pun was made of 'cutlet' (katsu) and 'KATSURA.'
  682. In the company of Iwakura, the Gitei Tadayasu NAKAYAMA, the governor of foreign affairs, Munenari DATE, and others, along with the army of the four clans of Choshu, Tosa, Bizen, and Ozu, a total of 3,300 people visited Tokyo.
  683. In the company's classification, the rapid train is ranked higher than the express train.
  684. In the company, Susukita rolled out twenty-four scripts and the nihilistic world in his scripts contributed to Bando's breakthrough to become a star.
  685. In the competition, the wording of the poem is changed to 'Ima wo Harubeto.'
  686. In the compilation "Azuma Kagami" (The Mirror of the East), Kagetoki KAJIWARA was referred to as an evil person, whereas Shigetada was praised in many articles.
  687. In the complimentary sense, honnaoshi is sometimes called yanagikake.
  688. In the compound, there is a building called Hotoku-den, where these cultural properties are stored, and it is open to the public from May 1 to May 5 and November 1 to November 5 every year (reservation necessary on other days)..
  689. In the concentrated traction system, stronger railways must be used and the ground under them must also be more solid, compared to the distributed traction system, to support the heavy weights of locomotive cars.
  690. In the conditional form of Modern Japanese, only Hypothetical Condition remained and Fixed Condition was no longer used.
  691. In the conference on July 30, Tsunemune insisted to execute Jimoku in In's palace in accordance with Goshirakawa's intension.
  692. In the conference, there was an intense conflict between Katsuie SHIBATA, who fielded Nobutaka ODA, the third son of Nobunaga, and Hideyoshi HASHIBA, who backed Sanboshi (later Hidenobu ODA), the son of Nobutada ODA.
  693. In the confrontation between two groups, the Taigaiko was reactivated due to the Xinhai Revolution, the immigration issue against the United States, or the First World War, and although they were led to the same direction externally, the word of 'Taigaiko' faded away.
  694. In the confusion the demonstration march was not in fours and moved forward in the center of the street.
  695. In the confusion, Sadaoki ISE led the remaining solders as the rear guard to help Mitsuhide AKECHI flee.
  696. In the confusion, Yorimitsu, who already retired at that time, was killed because he was ill in bed and not able to escape.
  697. In the connection to the Ueno district, many members of Seichuha (a loyalist clique) including Shigeru NARAHARA, who acted as a peacemaker in the Teradaya Incident, and Ryusuke DESHIMARU, who died resisting in the Incident, belonged to it.
  698. In the consequence, Iga Ninja were assigned the mission to hunt down and kill Koka Ninja.
  699. In the contest, there could be seen "a suhama stand" (a decorative stand shaped like a sandy beach), "bundai" (a writing desk), "sojo" (documents reported to the Emperor), "shiroku" (prizes from the Emperor), a box of "shitan" (rosewood), and other objects.
  700. In the context of Japanese history, this term refers to a kinship group formed on the basis of various factors comprising a 'family' of court nobles and by the headman of the family who reigned in his family, as well as his own family.
  701. In the context of Mahayana Buddhism, it was considered that because one must have juki (endorsement) by Buddhas to attain Buddhahood based on their guidance, the way to become a Buddha is to be born in Buddha lands.
  702. In the context of Western music, waka has a slow quadruple time that establishes its rhythm in sets of two bars.
  703. In the context of the history of calligraphy, the calligraphic style passed on by Japanese monks who went to study in Northern Song China and Chinese monks who visited Japan is also known as 'zenshu-yo'.
  704. In the context of this, the price of soy-sauce is low and unstable, big manufacturers entered the markets in local regions, and the disposal cost of subsidiary products, and maintenance fee soared; small and tiny companies in the local regions have been closing their business.
  705. In the continued conflict with Masakado, on December 15, 937 after receiving the complaint from Masakado, the Imperial Court issued official documents to Musashi Province, Awa Province, Kazusa Province, Hitachi Province, Shimotsuke Province, and so on, ordering to pursue and capture Yoshikane and others.
  706. In the conversation then exchanged between the two from each side of the blocking rock, Izanami said to Izanagi, 'I will kill 1000 people of your country every day,' to which Izanagi replied, 'Then I will create 1500 delivery rooms.'
  707. In the corners of a shelf, dirty sarumata shorts and fundoshi loincloths with semen spots were left crumpled up and were exuding wet and sour smell.
  708. In the corresponding section of "The Nihonshoki," only the title of 'Kokushi no Kami' (Provincial Governor) is allotted to Ishiyusu (Miyake), but it is not noted for which province.
  709. In the countryside, it seems that the law was not so strictly enforced.
  710. In the coup of August 18, upon the exile of the seven nobles from Kyoto (Shichikyo-ochi), he went westwards with seven nobles and returned to the Tsuwano Domain, where he won the support of Lord Kamei and played an important role in the reforms of the domain duties.
  711. In the course of development of a plan for armed uprising to overthrow Shinzei, he was deeply involved in the plot as seen by the fact that he offered his fief in Fushimi to Nobuyori in exchange for being trained in martial arts.
  712. In the course of field research he identified many Engishikinaisha which had been the location unknown.
  713. In the course of gaining popularity, Yoshimoto eradicated religious aspects from Naikanho (because religious activities within correctional institutions are prohibited by the Constitution).
  714. In the course of gradual decline, enka music was being subdivided to give rise to new genres within it.
  715. In the course of her tumultuous life, Tama had heard about the Catholic Church and gradually became fascinated by its tenets.
  716. In the course of his attempt, in may 1863, he had an interview with Hokoku YAMADA, an adviser of Katsukiyo ITAKURA who was a senior councilor of the Tokugawa shogunate.
  717. In the course of putting Luli in to practice, there were situations which the Luli codes had not stipulated, and the legal principles of Luli was in alienation from the reality.
  718. In the course of the agricultural innovation after the war, taking advantage of pre-war and wartime heritage (such as the fields and fermentation technique), the winemaking on a certain scale was resumed for consumer use in the regions suitable for grape-growing.
  719. In the course of the battle, Miyoshi obviously topped first and Hatakeyama had to keep pace.
  720. In the course of the investigation, around 80 people were interrogated as suspects, including Kazutoshi OGO, Tatsuo KUMOI and their remnants, but even the identification of the murderer was not attained, and the truth is still known today.
  721. In the course of the production of confectioneries, it was called 'tempura' to apply coating to the surface of Japanese confectioneries with molasses or Yokan (adzuki-bean jelly.)
  722. In the course of these events, a military system centering on kokushi (the kokuga system); namely, the kokuga forces system was formed.
  723. In the course of this process, if the foreign capital flows into the domestic market while interest rates are rising, capital investment will not be reduced and current account imbalance will continue.
  724. In the course of this, the Kinri Goshuei Sotoku as a post was naturally abolished.
  725. In the course of time feudal lords were gradually detached from the people and handed down their dominance as the absolute authority; however, some lords were better or so excellent that they were admired as wise rulers and became legends.
  726. In the course of time the Oshu Fujiwara clan and the Taira clan regime appeared from the leaders of samurai families, eventually forming the Kamakura bakufu (also known as Shogunate, a Japanese feudal government headed by a Shogun) at the end of the 12th century.
  727. In the course of time, he gets to know some people and lives there for seven years.
  728. In the course of time, major temples began to be harshly suppressed by busho (Japanese military commanders) in the Sengoku period as typified by Nobunaga ODA, because such military commanders feared above-stated powers and interests held by the temples, regarding them as rival forces.
  729. In the course of time, since Ariyo and his descendants had their family head's residence in Tsuchimikado, they began to use the name 'Tsuchimikado.'
  730. In the course of time, some people started to read these novels not only for the practical purpose but for pleasure, and some also started to translate them and write stories under their influence.
  731. In the course of time, the faction of Saiwai-club gradually approached to Kensei-kai group, which opposed to the Seiyu Party in the Lower House.
  732. In the course of time, the threat from the east had disappeared due to the fall of the Saito clan, however, it was difficult to block the Rokkaku clan's northing.
  733. In the course of transition to peerage, status as peerage of kuge families was decided according to their kakaku and the record of appointments in generations while they served their governments.
  734. In the course of wars to unify Japan under the Oda government to the establishment of the Edo bakufu, the temples and shrines such as Jodo Shinshu (the True Pure Land Sect of Buddhism) started to lose their autonomy.
  735. In the court decision made in May 1887, the case was judged not as a political offense by the group but as a murder-robbery case, and a few of the members received a death sentence while Kenshi was sentenced to life imprisonment.
  736. In the court rank system under the Ritsuryo system, four ranks called Honi (court rank) (the history of Japan) were separately set up for the court rank to the Imperial princes.
  737. In the courtyard in "Yoshinaka Yakata" a historical museum in Hiyoshi-mura in Kiso-gun in Nagano Prefecture (present-day Kiso-machi), there stands his statue next to Tomoegozen.
  738. In the creation of heaven and earth, Izanami and Izanagi were the last generation of Kaminoyonanayo (seven generations of gods).
  739. In the creative works by novelist and dramatist, the authors and producers often described the scene in this edited manner; placing only Katsu and Saigo in attendance at the meeting, for dramatic necessity.
  740. In the critical biography written by Okamoto and Rikiya TAYAMA, he often drank heavily during work around this period and lost the reliance of many staff and actors, but these descriptions need to be investigated.
  741. In the cultural anthropology or folklore, this kind of ceremony is treated as one of the rites of passage (initiation).
  742. In the cultural aspect it is said that the Emperor suggested the editing of "Shoku-Nihongi (The Chronicles of Japan II)."
  743. In the cultural aspect, they conducted a historiography project in which they wrote and amended "Teiki" (records of Emperor's family tree) and "Kyuji" (mythical tradition).
  744. In the cultural program 'Hakkutsu! Aru Aru Daijiten' (Encyclopedia of Living) broadcasted by Kansai Telecasting Corporation and Fuji Television Networks, Inc. on January 7, 2007, it was announced that natto was effective for dieting.
  745. In the current argument about female Emperors, since the 'Shinto ceremony' was not discussed, there is some criticism that there was no consideration by the Imperial Family who succeeded the ritual.
  746. In the current city assembly, it is said that all parties except the Japanese Communist Party constitute the all-ruling-party system.
  747. In the current day, highly poisonous substances like Chinese aconite aren't used but instead Japanese pepper, Asiasarum root, Ledebouriella seseloides, cinnamon, dried ginger, Atractylodes rhizome and Platycodon root, etc., are generally used.
  748. In the current production process, fish-meat paste is roughly molded in the wooden or iron frame in the form of a bamboo leaf, placed on a bamboo skewer and roasted; however, as a gift item the paste is delicately molded by hand.
  749. In the current situation, however, it is practically impossible for someone who is not a member of the Nohgaku Performers' Association to be offered a job to perform Noh within Japan, except for very rare cases such as IZUMI.
  750. In the current tea ceremony, it has become customary to use chaire to pour the koicha (thick tea) and usuchaki to pour the usucha (thin tea), but this custom only started in the Edo period.
  751. In the current train schedule, approximately half of all trains return from Ikoma Station, while the trains returning from Ikoma Station go to the Higashi-Ikoma signal station (depot) and change direction there.
  752. In the current version an image created by computer graphics appears first, then suddenly changes into the well-known scene of the rocks being splashed by the wild waves.
  753. In the current version, Asahina is sometimes played by an actor of female roles as 'Maizuru, the sister of Kobayashi' depending on the availability of the actors.
  754. In the curved part, decorations such as a hoo (a mythological sacred bird in Chinese lore, a phoenix) are made.
  755. In the custom, children are found walking while hitting the ground with stones and a bundle of straws or given rice cake at home.
  756. In the daily records of the school, immediately after the completion of building the cathedral, it was written; 'The school was instructed by the police to change the crest on the tower because it might be confused with a chrysanthemum.'
  757. In the dance, the leading actor plays 'tobi-gashira' (head of constructors, engineers and firemen) wearing a cool costume for the festival.
  758. In the dancing drama "Momijigari" (Viewing Autumnal Trees), Tokiwazu-bushi, Nagauta and Gidayu-bushi are played in concert, which is called "Sanpo-kakeai."
  759. In the dawn of Japanese wine history, the efforts and achievements of winemakers such as Zenbei KAWAKAMI from Niigata Prefecture and Denbei KAMIYA from Aichi Prefecture are worthy of mention.
  760. In the days before the Taika Reforms, shinabe, led by Tomonomiyatsuko and other local ruling families, served the Imperial Court (Yamato sovereignty) by providing various goods or labor.
  761. In the days of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, in 1591, Kennyo was given land in the center of Kyoto (Shichijo-Horikawa, Kyoto City) and reconstructed Hongan-ji Temple.
  762. In the days of Hideyoshi, Ieyasu and Toshiie were seated at the most honorable Kamiza (seat of honor) of Gotairo of the same rank, but after Hideyoshi died, the Tokugawa family assumed the post of Taishogun (the head of bakufu) who governed the whole of Japan.
  763. In the days of Insei (government of cloistered emperors) here, TAIRA no Masamori constructed a memorial hall for his family and son, TAIRA no Tadamori placed 'Rokuhara yakata' and determined this yakata (residence) as a base for warriors.
  764. In the days of Michinaga, FUJIWARA no Naritoki and FUJIWARA no Kinto of the collateral line also built villas in Shirakawa, so that the Shirakawa betsugyo was called 'O Shirakawa' (Big Shirakawa) to distinguish it from their villas ('Ko Shirakawa' - Small Shirakawa.)
  765. In the days of TAIRA no Kiyomori, Rokuhara became the center of the Taira clan government, however, Kiyomori later constructed his 'Nishihachijo residence' in central Kyoto and moved his base to this residence.
  766. In the days of feudal society it was a common practice that the head of a family would create Fusumae in the major room, so it is historically believed that, at the time such paintings were created, Shoei had already retired after transferring the family estate to Eitoku, who was a great talent.
  767. In the days when Nagayoshi MIYOSHI headed the clan, all three were important clan figures heading their own troops.
  768. In the days when refrigerators and shrink packs did not exist, quintessential Tokyo style sweet Tsukudani was used with confidence, much appreciated, and not affected even in summer when used at room temperature in rice balls and "bento" lunch boxes.
  769. In the days when the freight line was being operated, Japanese liquor (sake) of Fushimi produce was also an item that was transported.
  770. In the days when transportation was limited to walking, teahouses were seen around inn towns, mountain passes and thereabouts.
  771. In the daytime on weekdays, more trains are operated in the direction of the Kurama Line (at Demachiyanagi Station, three trains an hour start out for Yase-Hieizanguchi Station, while six trains an hour run in the direction of the Kurama Line, including those returning from Nikenchaya Station (Kyoto Prefecture)).
  772. In the daytime, only six local trains an hour stop at this station.
  773. In the daytime, they have eight trains an hour, every 7.5 minutes (four trains going up and down the line, two local trains bound for Shin-Tanabe Station and two Express trains bound for Kintetsu-Nara Station) to match their schedule with the Kintetsu Kyoto Line's.
  774. In the death article of Sanesada TOKUDAIJI in 1191, it was written that Kagetoki and his brother Tomokage KAJIWARA had learned waka from Sanesada; the Kajiwara clan had an interaction with the Tokudaiji family which produced many great Japanese poets, and learned waka from them.
  775. In the decade starting in 2000, another new train-car, the '21020 series Kintetsu train-cars' were introduced, 'Urban Liner' was upgraded to 'Urban Liner plus' and Meihan Marutoku Kippu Ticket, a discount ticket, was introduced.
  776. In the decades following the completion, the Great Buddha had cracks and began to slant.
  777. In the deep layer, there is the cold and dissolved oxygen-rich sea water called the Proper Water in the Japan Sea which has totally different properties from that of the Pacific Ocean.
  778. In the definition of Yataku Juni-ryu, Jimyoiin-ryu is not included in Hirosawa-ryu.
  779. In the description of the birth of Prince Atsuhira in the 'First Flower' (Chapter 8) there is a quotation from "Murasaki Shikibu Diary," although it was not quoted verbatim but instead was altered slightly.
  780. In the description, there was a theory that it described a folk remedy to be used for burn injuries by powderizing the husk of an arch shell and mixing it with the white juice of a clam as milk.
  781. In the development of katanagari, the government trumpeted that the confiscated arms would be made into material for the Great Buddha hall of Hoko-ji Temple.
  782. In the development of research on yoga tantra, bringing Purana to the top of the head from the lower body was regarded as the best way, and having sexual intercourse was considered the most efficient way for that.
  783. In the development project, the lakeside area was reclaimed, and Hachiman-bori Canal was dug around Mt. Hachiman.
  784. In the dialect of the Sanin region that includes the former Inaba province (present-day eastern Tottori Prefecture) sharks are called wani in some areas ("Nihon Kokugo Daijiten" [Complete Japanese-language dictionary]).
  785. In the diary 'Kosuke Sukune no Hinami-ki' by Kosuke OZUKI, there is an article that Tenkai was a doshi (ceremony leader) of Hokke-kyo Sutra Manbu Kuyo in Yakushido Hall of Nikko Toshogu Shrine on June 4, 1632, and he was 97 years old (age by the traditional Japanese system) at that time.
  786. In the diary he commented on the Genroku Ako Incident taking place in 1701, such that it was pitiable ("Fubin, fubin" in Japanese) that Naganori ASANO had been forced to commit seppuku (ritual suicide by disembowelment) which had resulted in extinction of his whole household.
  787. In the diary of Kai SHIMADA who received a reward, however, Yamazaki was listed as a member who went searching.
  788. In the diary of Richard COCKS of Hirado, it is described that he was burned to death in the castle or escaped to Satsuma Province or the Kingdom of Ryukyu.
  789. In the diary of a powerful figure of the time it was written that "Sanmon Soji-in Temple burned up" (Diary of Mansai Jugo); so it is thought that a few other temples beside Konpochudo Hall were burned either completely or partially.
  790. In the diary she described people vividly, which other historical materials did not do, so the work also has historical value.
  791. In the diary the words 'Medium shogi' and 'Small shogi' appear, but it is not certain whether the Small shogi was equivalent to the present shogi (with 40 pieces), or two more pieces (42 pieces) were used in the Small shogi.
  792. In the diary written between February and April in 1485, Sanetaka often mentioned the game of go.
  793. In the diary, Kanezane KUJO, the writer of the diary, stated the details of the application submitted to FUJIWARA no Tsunefusa, Chunagon (vice-councilor of state) who was In no Kinshin (the Retired Emperor's courtier) by roju (vassal) included Tokimasa HOJO who were dispatched as Yoritomo's local governor.
  794. In the diplomatic documents issued by successive great khans during the era of the Mongolian Empire, a great khan is defined as the person who was entrusted the rule of the earth by Tenguri.
  795. In the diplomatic terms, 'strict neutrarity' can be used only in case of 'outside neutrarity', and in case of 'domestic issue', it means 'nonintervention of domestic affairs' (that means, it is strange to say 'strict neutrarity' for 'domestic affairs').
  796. In the dispute he was opposed by Takamori SAIGO and Taisuke ITAGAKI, and he brought down SAIGO and ITAGAKI in a coup d'etat in 1873.
  797. In the dispute over who would take over the reigns of the Hatakeyama clan, one of the three Kanrei families, Katsumoto supported Masanaga HATAKEYAMA, while Sozen supported Yoshinari HATAKEYAMAand in the struggle over the reigns of the Shiba clan, Katsumoto supported Yoshitoshi SHIBA, while Sozen supported Yoshikado SHIBA.
  798. In the distribution of ranpeki daimyo, they were mainly tozama daimyo (outside daimyo who were not hereditary vassals of the Tokugawa family) in Kyushu region.
  799. In the district called central city, there is a new urban area around Fukuchiyama Station which lies on the west of the old castle town.
  800. In the district of Maruoka Town, Sakai City, Fukui Prefecture, aburaage has been popularly eaten since the Taisho period.
  801. In the disturbance, TAIRA no Kiyomori had passed away with a fever on February 25 (leap February 4 under the old lunar calendar).
  802. In the division and privatization of JNR, it was decided that the Tohoku and Joetsu Shinkansen lines should be operated by JR East, the Tokaido Shinkansen line by JR Tokai, and the Sanyo Shinkansen line by JR West.
  803. In the doctrine of the Insai school, the highest levels of practice are Kan, Chu, and Kyu.
  804. In the document 'Basic Policies for Economic and Fiscal Management and Structural Reform, 2002' endorsed by the Cabinet, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism was given the job of designing strategies to increase the number of foreign tourists visiting Japan.
  805. In the document known as Chusonji Kuyo Ganmon (Prayer for the Dedication of Chuson-ji Temple), he referred to himself as 'chief of eastern barbarians' and 'head of subjected barbarians.'
  806. In the document, Okuma expressed his views that Japan should soon establish a parliamentary government on the British model, and he called for a party-cabinet-run government.
  807. In the doldrums of Sado after the Meiji Restoration, he contributed to maintain the family business by efforts such as to offer works to the nobilities of former-daimyo.
  808. In the domain duties of Katsumune, he made efforts to develop new rice paddies, build water routes, construct a castle town, and other things.
  809. In the domain of Satsuma, Saigo, Okubo and other battalion members were given samurai status even though they were from the lower classes).
  810. In the draft of Yuri it was written first 'banki kogi' (万機公議) and later revised to 'banki koron' (万機公論).
  811. In the drafts of Constitution prepared by public and private sectors in the early Meiji period, the title 'Kotei' was adopted in many cases.
  812. In the drama, he was a childhood friend of Kondo and Hijikata, and the first son of a wealthy farmer.
  813. In the drawing room, the oiran took the seat of honor and her customer always took a less important seat.
  814. In the drive to create a free commercial town, he encouraged merchants and artisans living close to Azuchi-jo Castle to relocate and created a residential area that was divided into squares.
  815. In the driving simulation game 'GO by Tram' (first generation), one can drive a local train towards Kyoto on the Sanin Main Line, and the route used is this old one.
  816. In the dynastic nation-state, Zuryo (the head of the provincial governors), to whom a considerable amount of the authority to control the province was transferred, and its kokuga (provincial government offices) controlled local areas.
  817. In the dynastic nation-state, the tato and fumyo class who organized people and collected tax from them were the only people the state found it necessary to control, and were thus hyakusho.
  818. In the earlier Shimabara War (1637 - 1638), many ronins participated in the uprising which made its suppression difficult.
  819. In the earlier part of the Heian period, people were divided into a few millionaires and a majority of poor people (common peasants).
  820. In the earlier period, the quality of well-cured sake was said to be overwhelmingly higher and the price was more expensive than those of new sake.
  821. In the earliest days of okonomiykaki, wooden chopsticks were used, but they were expensive and were replaced with the spatulas and the customers were delighted with them.
  822. In the earliest years, he wrote 'Jodo ketsugi-sho' (Deciding the Meaning of the Pure Land) in which he criticized Honen's 'Senchaku hongan nenbutsu shu' (Holy Writings of the Jodo Sect) which was written in 1198; but in later years, he is said to have devoted himself to nenbutsu (Buddhist invocation).
  823. In the earliest years, sake from Itami City, Nada gogo (five districts in Nada), and Nishinomiya City, which would be a main kudari-zake (sake shipped from Kyoto and Osaka to Edo) in the Edo period, was also called yosozake.
  824. In the early 10th century, Kanbyo Engi Togoku War took place in the east, and Joheinankaizoku (rebellion by pirates in Seto inland sea) in the west.
  825. In the early 13th century (the early Kamakura period), Emperor Juntoku wrote in "Kinpisho" (the book which recorded the history and origin of Imperial Court ceremonies, and which set forth the rules and etiquette for carrying out such ceremonies) that Kinen-sai festival was the ritual related to Ise-jingu Shrine.
  826. In the early 16th century, tax standardization between kanden and private estates was promoted everywhere by the prefectures, and kanden basically disappeared by the middle of the century.
  827. In the early 1930's, 'Kitcho' Japan's preeminent restaurant in Osaka was established by Teiichi YUKI who heard about the container while at Yawata and thought about using the container to hold food.
  828. In the early 1960s, led by the Japanese Communist Party leaning executives, the Buraku Liberation League Headquarter was promoting movement.
  829. In the early 1970's, fashion magazines aimed at women, such as anan and non-no were founded, and shops were introduced by such magazines and the ratio of female customers exceeded half; this trend has continued up to the present.
  830. In the early 1990's, the kabukai used magazines and TV to recruit apprentice geisha, and in fact recruited seven apprentice geisha, but was met with opposition from some traditionalists, derailing the recruitment.
  831. In the early 19th century, Ryoryo-sai, the 9th generation of the Omotesenke, added chaire kazari, chawan kazari, chashaku kazari, hanashomo and sumishomo to the traditional konarai and called it the Thirteen Naraigoto.
  832. In the early 20th century, New Zealand strived to develop hot spring resorts nationwide taking advantage of its abundant hot spring water.
  833. In the early 8th century, edicts were issued in 707, 708 and 717 stipulating that an offense of a mountain valley exile would be condoned if the offender handed oneself in within 100 days, but they were part of amnesty and a copy of edicts in Tang Dynasty China.
  834. In the early 8th century, the Taiho Ritsuryo (Taiho Code) - a fully-fledged system of law - was issued, and the Ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the Ritsuryo code) was established.
  835. In the early 90s, Enix Corporation and MediaWorks, Inc. entered into the market and they created different works than major magazines.
  836. In the early Azuchi-Momoyama period, a trend to revere Yoshimasa as the 'founder of tea ceremony' started among the masters of tea ceremony, and the chaki of Higashiyama gyomotsu came to be valued.
  837. In the early Edo period
  838. In the early Edo period (about 300 years ago), during the decline of the Ming dynasty, the Obaku sect of Zen Buddhism was introduced from China.
  839. In the early Edo period of the Tosa domain (the present-day Kochi Prefecture), nenbutsu-ko functioned under the chief retainer Kenzan NONAKA as an organization to collect reserve funds for funerals.
  840. In the early Edo period the region was in the territory of the Shinano-Iiyama Domain, where Yasumasa was the lord.
  841. In the early Edo period when inro became widespread, as netsuke, apparently itoin (copper seals imported from China around the 16th century) were often used.
  842. In the early Edo period, 4 families served as that, but later it took a hereditary system of Inoue family and Tatsuke family.
  843. In the early Edo period, Enshu KOBORI picked up Kuniyaki Chaire (tea containers) made in Japan which have been made light of until the time, and he placed inscriptions according to the utensils' characteristics after the themes of waka poems (waka inscriptions).
  844. In the early Edo period, Jozan ISHIKAWA and Nissei were popular, and then the pupils of Sorai OGYU were known for colorful Tang style poems in the middle of the Edo period.
  845. In the early Edo period, Midaidokoro was a formal hostess in most cases.
  846. In the early Edo period, Munenori YAGYU used these terms in a different sense from those of Zen in the Heiho kadensho.
  847. In the early Edo period, Ometsuke officers were selected from daimyo, such as Munenori YAGYU, but later, from Hatamoto (direct retainers of the bakufu, which was a form of Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) earning 3000 to 5000 koku (approx. 180 liters/koku) rice yields.
  848. In the early Edo period, Sakuden ANRAKUEN noted that the proverb "Isogaba Maware (Make haste slowly)" was derived from a renga (collaborative poetry) included in 'Seisuisho,' "Mononofu no Yabase no fune wa hayakutomo Isogaba Maware Seta no Naga-bashi," which was written by a poet Socho.
  849. In the early Edo period, Senko IKENOBO launched a fancy flower arrangement style particularly emphasizing colors, thought to be main school for the Enshu School and the Old School in the mid Edo period.
  850. In the early Edo period, Tadazane OGASAWARA, who was the lord of the Kokura Domain, hired Ryowa FURUICHI, who was a descendant of Choin, as a sado (person in charge of the tea ceremony), and the school came to be called Ko school of the Ogasawara family (since the Chinese character for "Furu" [古] in "Furuichi" is also pronounced "Ko" in Japanese).
  851. In the early Edo period, Yukaku was a place of transmission of culture as well as the representative place of amusements.
  852. In the early Edo period, Zeze-yaki Pottery was first produced under the patronage of Zeze Domain.
  853. In the early Edo period, as a juji position became vacant at Sofuku-ji Temple (Nagasaki City) that was a temple of Chinese priests, ITSUNEN Shoyu (逸然性融) who was in Japan and juji of Kofuku-ji Temple (Nagasaki City) invited Ingen to Japan.
  854. In the early Edo period, daimyo were appointed this post, and later hatamoto (direct retainers of the bakufu).
  855. In the early Edo period, each domain paid the expenses and the domain was actually in charge of Fushin.
  856. In the early Edo period, foreign trade was performed by shuinsen carrying a shuinjo (shogunal charter for foreign trade).
  857. In the early Edo period, hanjuban was considered a formal juban, not nagajuban.
  858. In the early Edo period, in Omi Province there were four places where Shogun stayed when he went to Kyoto: Nagahara Goten (palace), Iba Goten, and Kashiwabara Goten in addition to Minaguchi-jo Castle.
  859. In the early Edo period, in addition to Nijo Castle and Osaka Castle, oban guarded Fushimi Castle and Sunpu Castle; however, the guard of Fushimi Castle and Sunpu Castle were abolished because Fushimi Castle was razed and the guard of Sunpu Castle was taken over by shoinban.
  860. In the early Edo period, it participated in battles as a troop which organized yumi-ashigaru (foot soldiers fighting with bow) and teppo-ashigaru (foot soldiers fighting with firearms).
  861. In the early Edo period, it tried to reform gunnery and failed and was demoted to bankata.
  862. In the early Edo period, kemi-ho (annual crop inspections), with which the amount of the crop yield during that year was estimated and the rate of nengu to be paid each year was determined, was carried out.
  863. In the early Edo period, men of refined taste such as Nobutada KONOE and Enshu KOBORI, painters such as Tanyu Kano, Mitsuoki TOSA, Oukyo MARUYAMA, Buncho TANI, Aigai TAKAKU, and Chinzan TSUBAKI preferably used itoin as their own Rakkan-in (seal to be put on a piece of calligraphy by a calligrapher when the piece is completed).
  864. In the early Edo period, mintage of coins including Kanei Tsuho was conducted mainly by private contractors, based on the bakufu's approval.
  865. In the early Edo period, neither the kita-machi-bugyo post nor the minami-machi-bugyo posts were introduced yet, with only a bugyo post existing.
  866. In the early Edo period, officers in this post, called kinju shuttoyaku (an attendant to Shogun) at that time, were selected from 5000-koku class hatamoto (direct retainers of the bakufu) who were involved in important affairs as close aides of Shogun, and in particular, played a role of relaying important matters.
  867. In the early Edo period, people in Kamigata liked kimono (Japanese traditional clothing) made of good quality materials and also dyed kimono and kanoko shibori (spot tie-dyeing) appeared earlier in Kamigata.
  868. In the early Edo period, rowdy hatamoto called hatamoto-yakko (servants of the shogun) organized a group, called themselves otokodate (ones who seek to right wrongs), and confronted rowdy people in the general public called machi-yakko (town servants), which was written in kabuki (traditional drama performed by male actors) or kodan storytelling.
  869. In the early Edo period, the "O-rusui" post for the leader of the Rusui officers was established, for which the highest social status available for Hatamoto was given.
  870. In the early Edo period, the 'junrei-ko' (pilgrim groups) were organized in many parts of the country, and group pilgrimage became popular.
  871. In the early Edo period, the Daimyo system abolishment measure was implemented mainly targeting Daimyo of the former Toyotomi family.
  872. In the early Edo period, the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) was wary of tozama daimyo, and condemned them for minor deficiencies, which often resulted in sanction called kaieki: sudden dismissal and deprivation of position, privileges and properties.
  873. In the early Edo period, the Maeda-ryu and the Hatano-ryu were established by Kengyo MAEDA and Kengyo HATANO respectively and the former developed around Edo and the latter in Kyoto.
  874. In the early Edo period, the Oi-gawa River was excavated by Ryoi SUMINOKURA and thus the water transportation system between the Tanba Province region and Kyoto was secured.
  875. In the early Edo period, the epitaph of Emishi was discovered in a mountain near Sudo-jinja Shrine located in Kamitakano, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, and is currently designated as a National Treasure.
  876. In the early Edo period, the most important goods of import to Japan were the Chinese raw silk threads (white threads).
  877. In the early Edo period, the post called Koridaikan (local governor of a country) was set up under control of the Roju and had nearly all the same duties, but was abolished in 1668.
  878. In the early Edo period, the tachi-bina (standing hina, or dolls), reminiscence of the katashiro (human-shaped paper used for prayer), and the suwari-bina (sitting dolls), also known as Kanei-bina (dolls of the Kanei era), were made, but they were still the display of a male and female pair of the dairi-bina.
  879. In the early Edo period, the temple fell under the control of the Shogunate and the former chief priest Takuan Soho was forced into exile in what is known as The Purple Robe Incident, but relations with the Shoganate subsequently recovered.
  880. In the early Edo period, various kinds of labor services other than paying rice were specified to each family unit.
  881. In the early Edo period, 内規台 for braided cord production was created and more beautiful colors and patterns were also invented.
  882. In the early February 1869, OSHIMA (he had been assigned to the senior officer of Tsushima Domain due to the office organization reform) was dispatched to Choryang-dong Wakan (consular office in Korea) to inspect the situation of Korea.
  883. In the early Genna era (Japan, 1615-1624), Musashi adopted Mikinosuke MIYAMOTO, the third son of Shimanosuke NAKAGAWA (a vassal of the Mizuno family), and let him serve the lord of Himeji-jo Castle, Tadatoki HONDA, however, Mikinosuke committed suicide as a loyal samurai following Tadatoki's death in 1626.
  884. In the early Heian Period, Emperor Kanmu, Emperor Saga, Emperor Koko, Emperor Uda, Emperor Daigo, and their descendants favored Taka-gari.
  885. In the early Heian Period, Shingon sect was introduced by Kukai, Tendai sect by Saicho, which greatly influenced the noble's belief in Buddhism.
  886. In the early Heian Period, because a mother of the Emperor Kanmu (TAKANO no Niigasa) was Baekje Japanese, the emperor stated that 'the descendants of Kudaranokoshiki Clan are our relatives,' and thus recieved special treatment (on Febuary 27).
  887. In the early Heian Period, people worshipped Ura Shimako at a shrine called Urashima Myojin in the Tango region, the setting of Urashima Monogatari.
  888. In the early Heian period
  889. In the early Heian period, Chinese prose and poetry overwhelmed waka poetry as the official form of literature.
  890. In the early Heian period, Emperor Saga is said to have given the temple to Kukai.
  891. In the early Heian period, Empress TACHIBANA no Kachiko (786 - 850), wife of Emperor Saga, founded a temple called Danrin-ji Temple on the site of present-day Tenryu-ji Temple.
  892. In the early Heian period, Imperial Prince Kaya and FUJIWARA no Tokihira built Betsugyo (villa) in Toba.
  893. In the early Heian period, jinko and jinpu, making no actual difference with each other, began to be confused and treated as the same.
  894. In the early Heian period, kariginu were ordinary clothes worn by retired Emperors and nobles.
  895. In the early Heian period, roei was born almost at the same time as saibara (another style of Japanese court music in the Heian period).
  896. In the early Heian period, the Ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code) of centralized governance structure from the former period (the Nara period) was basically continued with partial amendments.
  897. In the early Heian period, the nine embroidery patterns were adopted for the Crown Prince's costume in place of orange color.
  898. In the early Heian period, the ninth century, Kukai, Saicho, and other Buddhist monks went to Tang (to China for study) one after another and brought the systematic Esoteric Buddhism to Japan.
  899. In the early Heian period, this building was used as the everyday living quarters of emperor.
  900. In the early Heian period, those of Ikai (court rank) or higher rank could wear hoeki no ho except for while on guard and those in Sanmi (Third Rank) or higher could wear hoeki no ho even while on guard.
  901. In the early Kamakura period, functions of Shugo were limited to Taibon Sankajo (three major tasks of peacekeeping).
  902. In the early Kamakura period, the children of Nobutsuna SASAKI, the seventh family head from Nariyori, divided into four families; the Rokkaku clan, the Kyogoku clan, the Ohara clan and the Takashima clan.
  903. In the early Kamakura period, the clan split into the Mibu family, the descendants of OZUKI no Takamoto, and the Omiya family, the descendants of OZUKI no Hirofusa.
  904. In the early Kasho era (848?851), Sadanushi transferred to the post Kunaikyo (Minister of the Sovereign's Household) concurrently serving as Owari no kami (the governor of Owari Province).
  905. In the early Medieval Ages, a unit of a landlord's territorial land was 'shoen koryo' (a private estate and a public land) and the underlying unit of 'myoden' (a rice field lot under the charge of a nominal holder).
  906. In the early Medieval period osso rules were introduced as a retrial regulation.
  907. In the early Meiji Period, otoko geisha disappeared and, thereafter, geigi was referred to as geisha in Osaka and geiko in Kyoto.
  908. In the early Meiji era, she became a geigi (geisha, that is, a woman who gives fun with a song, a dance or a music instrument at a feast) of Kashiwaya in Shinbashi, Tokyo, and she was accepted by the name of Kosuzu (Kokane).
  909. In the early Meiji period the temple was deserted, but in 1878 it was revived.
  910. In the early Meiji period, "Gyu-don" (Donburimono with cooked beef on cooked rice) and "Tanin-don" (Donburimono with cooked beef and egg on cooked rice; literally, stranger Donburimono) were introduced, and in 1891, "Oyako-don," in which chicken meat cooked with egg is placed on cooked rice appeared.
  911. In the early Meiji period, Haibutsu-kishaku (a movement to abolish Buddhism) and a policy to establish Shinto as the state religion had a great impact on Buddhism and Shinto.
  912. In the early Meiji period, Raifu HIBINO (originator of the Shinto school) organized the conventional dancing styles into the current ones by introducing some styles of swordplay.
  913. In the early Meiji period, candidates for the appointing authority of Hyobukyo (Minister for Military Affairs), which was the Military Minister at that time, were limited only to ranks 'higher than Shosho (major general)'.
  914. In the early Meiji period, even violins were called Kokyu.
  915. In the early Meiji period, it again became a temple of the Tendai sect, but, because its premises were presented to the government of Kyoto Prefecture for the construction of Maruyama-koen Park, it now possesses only the main hall and Saigyo-do hall, located in its exclave.
  916. In the early Meiji period, possession by divine spirits and acts to obtain oracles from that possession, belief in sex gods and so on were rejected as vulgar or superstitious and many folk customs were prohibited.
  917. In the early Meiji period, the Japanese government was making desperate attempts to acquire Western architectural technologies in order to develop the cities required to modernize the country.
  918. In the early Meiji period, the ginsatsu was replaced by the zenisatsu, and in addition the kinsatsu was issued.
  919. In the early Meiji period, the originator of judo, Jigoro KANO, expressed the characteristics of judo (budo) as follows:
  920. In the early Middle Ages, with the Sekke-monzeki (temples headed by regents) and miya-monzeki (temples headed by imperial princes) systems being in place, cloistered imperial princes from Myoho-in Temple, Joren-in Temple and Sanzen-in Temple (the Tendai Three Monzeki) in particular began to assume the position of Tendai-zasu frequently.
  921. In the early Modern times, the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) improved highways across Japan and posted tenma at each shukuba.
  922. In the early Muromachi period, in March or April, 1414 'betsuji nenbutsu' (Buddhist invocation for special occasions) was said for seven days and nights at Ushiozu Dojo (a place of Buddhist training and meditation) in Enuma-gun, Kaga Province.
  923. In the early Muromachi period, tally was used as a means of settlement in commercial transactions, and in the major commercial towns such as Kyoto, Nara, Sakai and Hyogonotsu, specialized dealers called 'saifuya' and 'kaesenya' flourished.
  924. In the early Muromachi period, the Japanese government was separated into the Southern Dynasty of Daikakuji-to (imperial lineage starting with Emperor Kameyama) and the Northern Dynasty of Jimyoin-to (imperial lineage from Emperor Gofukakusa to Emperor Gokomatsu) which opposed one another.
  925. In the early Nara period, a Sanshi post was placed in the construction ministry that was established for the construction of Heijo-kyo Capital.
  926. In the early Nara period, he exerted power as a member of the Imperial Family together with Prince Nagaya.
  927. In the early Nara period, while training on Mt. Komagatake in Kiso, Enno Ozunu (a legendary holy man noted for his practice of mountain asceticism during the second half of the seventh century) received cordial hospitality from residents of Uchi no Kaya, the village along one of trails up the mountain.
  928. In the early Showa Period, after Okimune DATE died, his widow started to behave in an autocratic manner and sold mountain forests owned by the Date clan without consulting other family members, which led to an internal conflict of the Date family (a 'new Date Sodo') and attracted people's attention.
  929. In the early Showa era, the growth of the citrus market reached its first peak with cultivation of Chinese citron and navel oranges imported from the USA.
  930. In the early Showa period (before the World War II) Sokichi TSUDA was convicted for expressing that Kojiki and Nihon Shoki ("A Record of Ancient Matters" and "The Chronicles of Japan") were compiled by a highly political reason to raise the legitimacy of the Imperial family, the ruler of Japan.
  931. In the early Showa period, "Kai shiryo shusei" and "Kai sosho" were published, and the empirical research was initiated by Yamanashi Kyodo Kenkyuukai (Yamanashi Local History Study Group).
  932. In the early Showa period, Chushojima was utilized by the officers and soldiers of the 16th division of the Imperial Army, and in March 15, 1958, it finished its role as a yukaku due to the Anti-Prostitution Law, and only its role as Hanamachi remained.
  933. In the early Showa period, Hidemitsu MIZUTA, the owner of the Koizumi mansion, attempted to unite the various Sekishu schools, centering on Viscount Sadao KATAGIRI, the head of the Katagiri family.
  934. In the early Showa period, Kenwa MABUNI, Chojun MIYAGI and Kanken TOYAMA migrated to the Japanese mainland and taught karate there.
  935. In the early Showa period, Mujin by Mujin companies further developed and some of them became quite large equivalent to banks, and consequently became one of the financial institutions to bear the Japanese economy.
  936. In the early Showa period, Ogura-ike Pond was reclaimed, with a national route built from Kangetsu-kyo Bridge and over what used to be Ninomaru-ike Pond at Ogura-ike, and the road became a trunk route linking Kyoto and Nara cities.
  937. In the early Showa period, Yukimitsu filled the post of the headmaster of the Tokyo-Koto-Ongakugakuin (present day Kunitachi College of Music).
  938. In the early Showa period, a local history researcher and local resident, Mokusui TOKIZANE collected a large quantity of Sueki around the remains and published the research paper on them, with the result that it has gotten recognized that the remains are here.
  939. In the early Showa period, ice shaving machines became common and went mainstream.
  940. In the early Showa period, the theory once again got supporters, including out-of-power intellectuals, young officers and reformist bureaucrats.
  941. In the early Taisho Period, there was an argument between Shinkichi UESUGI of Tokyo Imperial University, a follower of Hozumi, and Minobe.
  942. In the early Taisho period, the successful production of JNR 9600 and JNR 8620 steam locomotives, the first mass-produced domestic steam locomotives, led to domestic production of all steam locomotives for domestic use.
  943. In the early Tang Dynasty, the Gyotai is said to be a figure of a fish tied to a string of silk.
  944. In the early Tumulus period (from about the middle to the late part of the third century), cylindrical Haniwa appeared such as cylindrical form Haniwa, or jar form Haniwa, and later, bell-shaped Haniwa which had the form putting a jar on the stand.
  945. In the early autumn, pears grow on the tree at Ou Creek with its branches spreading one way, but the cool wind is always biting me in spite of the season (Shin Kokinshu).
  946. In the early days after the opening, Japanese and Chinese books were classified by the Nippon Decimal Classification (NDC) and Western books were classified by the Universal Decimal Classification (UDC), based on the recommendations of the Downs Report.
  947. In the early days eboshi had been tailored from thin silk, but later it changed to paper coated with black lacquer.
  948. In the early days of Kodokan judo, there were many people who came from jujutsu, including those of Tenjin Shinyo-ryu, and people in jujutsu simply regarded Kodokan judo as a new branch of jujutsu; many people in jujutsu were invited on the opening date of Kodokan Judo Institute.
  949. In the early days of Taiwan Sotoku-fu, the Chief of Home Affairs was referred to as 民生局長官 (1895-1896), 民生局長 (1896-1898), 民生長官 (1898-1919) and 総務長官 after August 20, 1919.
  950. In the early days of his retirement, he used to keep more than 10 mistresses in the villa (Ayase sodo (Ayase hermitage)) in Hashiba (Taito Ward, Tokyo), which was known for lots of vacation homes, and enjoyed a gorgeous life of drinking, hanging out with women and creating poetry.
  951. In the early days of rakugo it was performed by a variety of people having another main occupation, but at present it is usually performed by professionals.
  952. In the early days of the Kamakura period, samurai had not yet begun to challenge the ownership of kokugaryo (public) lands and shoen (private estates) by the Imperial household, the aristocracy (the Court nobles), and the temples and shrines.
  953. In the early days of the school, he sent his daughter Anna, Yoshie HAYASAKA, Chami SATONAKA (older sister of ISSA, a member of "DA PUMP") as teenage stars into Honshu.
  954. In the early days, descendants usually edited their ancestors' kashu until self-selected collection of poems became more mainstream between the Insei period (the period of cloistered Emperors) and roughly around the Shin Kokin period (c. 1205).
  955. In the early days, it was usually a temporary structure for defensive and watching purposes to hold a castle in wartime, as seen in medieval illustrated scrolls, such as "Gosannen Kassen Ekotoba (A Scroll of the Late Three Years War)" and "Ippen Shonin Eden (Pictorial Biography of the Monk Ippen)."
  956. In the early days, many statutes regulated nationwide matters, such as temples, shrines, honjo (the administrative headquarters of a shoen), shugo (provincial constable), and jito (manager and lord of manor).
  957. In the early dynastic nation-state, the tato and fumyo class cooperated with kokuga's administrative affairs as local officials but at the same time, they often gathered country by country to appeal to the Imperial Court or to wage anti-zuryo conflicts such as attacks against zuryo.
  958. In the early eighth century when the Emperor Shomu was acceding to the throne, precisely during the Tenpyo period (710 - 794), Japan lacked stability.
  959. In the early eighth century, in accordance with Taiho Ritsuryo Code and Yoro Ritsuryo Code, the office organizations, as described below, after the establishment of the government-regulated ritsuryo system (Taiho Ritsuryo Code), were developed and official titles of all the officials were established.
  960. In the early fifth century large keyhole-shaped mounds appeared; these Kofun were similar in size to the Obo class (tomb of the King or Emperor) mounds, located upon the Kawachi Plain from within the regions of the Nara Basin.
  961. In the early half of the Jomon period, dwellings were generally quadrilateral, trapezoid or elliptical in shape and were found to have six large columns, as well as support columns located near the wall, based on small pits that were found in archaeological excavations.
  962. In the early half of the sixth century, the people in western Japan enthusiastically constructed a horizontal stone chamber inside the Kofu mounds of western Japan.
  963. In the early medieval period, the Kuge (court noble) class was established based upon them.
  964. In the early modern Kyoto, the area north of Nijo-dori Street was referred to as Kamigyo, and the area south of Nijo-dori Street was referred to as Shimogyo; and chogumi (town society) called 'Twelve town societies of Kamigyo' and 'Kinri Rokucho town society' were formed in Kamigyo, and 'Eight town societies of Shimogyo' were formed in Shimogyo.
  965. In the early modern age, and specifically the Edo period, village headmen were called nanushi, which was one of the three official positions of a provincial community.
  966. In the early modern age, however, the theme song was played together with 'danjiri.'
  967. In the early modern age, the Edo period, political or moral ideologies seen in Confucianism and the influence of the political policy and the educational concept, which the Edo bakufu (a Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) set forth, gave rise to the ideology of Kanzen Choaku.
  968. In the early modern age, with an aim to interpret the Kojiki in detail, Norinaga MOTOORI from Ise Province wrote his masterpiece, "Kojikiden" (Commentaries on the Kojiki), and the "Nihon Shoki"-dominated mythology changed to "The Kojiki"-dominated mythology, and the trend continues to this day.
  969. In the early modern era, Otsu was opposed to other ports such as Matsubara and Maibara City; but during the Edo period Matsubara, Maibara and Nagahama City as `Hikone-han-san-minato' (three ports in Hikone-han) were protected by the Ii clan.
  970. In the early modern period it came to be used as a method of capital punishment in addition to a form of ritual suicide.
  971. In the early modern period, Benzaiten became considered one of the so called 'Seven Gods of Fortune' and was syncretized with Ugajin, the god of agriculture and cereals and many images were made depicting her as Ugajin (an elderly form with the head of a human and the body of a serpent).
  972. In the early modern period, konoshi were worn by retired emperors and imperial princes, by ministers and generals (just as they did in the middle ages), and there are also examples of it being worn by Jun-daijin (vice ministers, Gido-sanshi ministers).
  973. In the early modern period, ordinary people took long trips more often thanks to the improvements of the transportation network.
  974. In the early modern period, seppuku became established as a method of capital punishment for those of the samurai class, and certain rituals came to surround the practice.
  975. In the early modern period, some fairy tales including "Naita Akaoni (Red Ogre's Tears)" (Hirosuke HAMADA) and "Onita-no-boshi (Onita's Hat)" (Kimiko AMAN) have indicated that there are some Oni, supposedly bad but still with tenderness of heart, besides the bad Oni.
  976. In the early modern period, this book was published in 1664 as "Kamo no Chomei Kaidoki" with an epilogue written by Yusai HOSOKAWA dating from 1597, and it has therefore long been thought that the author was KAMO no Chomei.
  977. In the early modern times and modern age in China and Japan, many of such books were published by literary men and tenkokukas (artists of seal engraving).
  978. In the early modern times, in most cases, when a private doctor was employed by the Court, he was given an official court rank at the same time and became jigenin (a lower rank of ancient Japanese nobility).
  979. In the early modern times, traditional studies of waka were compiled into a book, and many kajin poets appeared, but waka had already been perfected as 'kado,' so a new style did not emerge.
  980. In the early morning and late evening, the first train for Kawaramachi Station departs from this station and the last train from Kawaramachi Station arrives at this station (there is a crossover on the north side of the station).
  981. In the early morning of 20th, the government army sent the biggest military force since the start of the war.
  982. In the early morning of August 15, at the top of the Wadagoe Pass, SAIGO, accompanied by military commanders including KIRINO, Shinpachi MURATA, IKEGAMI, and Shinsuke BEPPU, urged the soldiers to fight more vigorously.
  983. In the early morning of February 12, 1584 (on New Year's day in the old lunar calendar) the Kishu army attacked.
  984. In the early morning of July 15, Koshin-tai and Kihei-tai attacked the Kareigawa-kaido Road.
  985. In the early morning of July 17, great turmoil broke out in Kamakura and military soldiers rushed to Yuigahama to put down the rebellion.
  986. In the early morning of June 1, the government army advanced to Hitoyoshi from various roads.
  987. In the early morning of June 1, the troop of the government army led by Lieutenant Colonel Yamaji from the Shogaku-do Road charged into Hitoyoshi, which was followed by the other troops one after another.
  988. In the early morning of May 12, Emperor Meiji boarded a train at Shinbashi Station, and arrived in Kyoto late in the day.
  989. In the early morning of November 30, about 50 socialists including Sadachika NABEYAMA went to meet Takayama.
  990. In the early morning of the 12th, the Oda army attacked the Fort of Terao dan as revenge for the night attack.
  991. In the early morning of the 3rd, the anti-Oda group rose a revolt, set fire to Magoichi's residence and attacked a pro-Magoichi group who still stayed there.
  992. In the early morning on September 1, he died, saying "thank you" with his last breath.
  993. In the early morning, a train runs from Toyooka to Kinosakionsen.
  994. In the early morning, during the morning rush hour and late at night, some local trains that connect Osaka and Fukuchiyama and are operated directly to and from the JR Tozai Line (Shin-Sanda - Kitashinchi - Shijonawate/Matsuiyamate/Kyotanabe/Kizu) are available.
  995. In the early morning, trees and grass enjoying a rich and calm time because of the rain.
  996. In the early ninth century, Emperor Saga newly created the Kurododokoro (Board of Archivists) (also known as Kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain)) in 810 which was responsible for handling classified documents as a secretary of the Emperor.
  997. In the early of the fourth century, house-shaped Haniwa, which are different type from those Haniwa, Kizai Haniwa including lid-shaped Haniwa and peltate Haniwa and Keisho Haniwa such as chicken-shaped Haniwa appeared.
  998. In the early part of the Muromachi period, this tendency was encouraged, and it is described in Sakaya Meibo, a document which registered sake shops and left in the Kitano-jinja Shrine in Kyoto, that the number of sake breweries in and out of Kyoto in 1425 was 342.
  999. In the early part, he relentlessly shot the scene of a few minutes in real time while the Cessna plane did it's takeoff run on runway making this scene more realistic.
  1000. In the early part, his whole stock of knowledge about various sake was described.

180001 ~ 181000

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