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  1. In the early period governed by Shingen, the role of the chairman in the collective leadership system was strong.
  2. In the early period of Japanese rule, there were two types of approaches to rule Taiwan.
  3. In the early period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan), the clan acted on the Southern Court (Japan), and there was a period that it conflicted with Hosokawa clan on the Northern Court (Japan).
  4. In the early period of wearing Western clothes, the Japanese people used to rent them from clothes rental shops.
  5. In the early period, not all Bushi (warriors) knew well enough about the correct way of writing texts, Shosatsurei (remarks on the concept of epistolary etiquette), and illiterate Bushi were not uncommon.
  6. In the early period, there were many Chinese style Junk (ship) utilized as the Shuinsen.
  7. In the early stage in the Kinai region (provinces surrounding Kyoto and Nara), struggles between the family of Ashikaga shogun and kanrei, the Hosokawa clan were repeated.
  8. In the early stage of Buddhism, Shakyamuni was believed to have been enlightened after completion of six-year-practices as a priest.
  9. In the early stage of his reign, he dealt aggressively with politics, trying to combine or remove officials, stopping annual events or improving working conditions for middle- and low-class officials in order to restore the politics and finances as a means to ease ordinary people.
  10. In the early stage of his reign, his father, the Cloistered Emperor Gomizunoo, had political control by running the cloister government, but Emperor Reigen took direct control of politics after his father's death in 1680.
  11. In the early stage of the Edo period, government by the military was changed into civilian government, Hanabata Kyojo Classroom, which was established by Mitsumasa IKEDA, the lord of the Okayama domain; in 1641 at the background of that change was the first hanko.
  12. In the early stage was Kazusa no suke Tsunezumi of the same family, followed by MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo.
  13. In the early stage, there was conflict between Yoshioki OUCHI and Tsunehisa AMAKO.
  14. In the early stages of the dispute, Saicho criticized "Bushosho" by Tokuitsu in "Shogon-jikkyo," but Tokuitsu did not answer at all to Saicho's critique in "Chuhen gikyo."
  15. In the early stages of the search, they invited a party of Ainu tribe from Hokkaido, searching with them and their hunting dogs, finding bodies successfully.
  16. In the early summer rain, the clouds are hanging low, and is a little cuckoo crying pitifully for the gloomy feelings ("Shoku Shui Wakashu" (12th imperial anthology)).
  17. In the early summer rainy season, Genji visited Reikeiden no nyogo (Lady Reikeiden), one of the Empresses of the late Kiritsubotei (Emperor Kiritsubo).
  18. In the early tenth century when Kiyoyuki MIYOSHI submitted this statement, the land in Japan was in a dire condition.
  19. In the early tenth century when the nation-governing system changed to an ocho kokka (royal-court state) system, the Kanshiukeoisei system, in which Ritsuryo-based functions and rights were entrusted to specific persons, began.
  20. In the early times of the Japanese rule, the finance of Taiwan was dependent upon a grant from Japan, which situation was a significant financial burden for the government of Japan at that time.
  21. In the early times, the most famous painter was Moronobu HISHIKAWA who mainly painted the shunga.
  22. In the early to middle of the 11th century, the regency's approaches of the various problems began to pay off.
  23. In the early twentieth century, an equestrian captain of Italy, Federico Caprilli invented a new riding style in which the stirrups are shortened and the rider leans forward; at present, his style is used broadly by the jumping riders and the eventing riders.
  24. In the early twentieth century, based on the technique of drawing komon (small patterns drawn on the whole cloth) craftsmen introduced new technique of drawing a little bigger pattern on materials so that patterns don't lose the direction.
  25. In the early villages, the hierarchy which was inherited from the previous period was significant, and there were a large number of families who lacked any of (1), (2), (3), (4), and (5) (peasants who owned little plow land or various subordinate people).
  26. In the early years of Japanese occupation of Taiwan, the Sotoku-fu put the improvement of public health in Taiwan as an important policy because the Japanese army suffered from many deaths caused by infectious diseases in war.
  27. In the early years of Tokugawa regime, the structure of Komyo-ji Temple was renovated to a castle-style along with Chion-in Temple which also belonged to Jodo Sect.
  28. In the early years of the Ritsuryo system it was treated as a post that could not be filled lightly, and instead an equivalent Chidajokanji was established, to be filled only by members of the imperial family, but later their retainers came to be appointed to Daijo-daijin.
  29. In the early-modern period, "Dainihonkoku Ichinomiya-Ki" was usually quoted as the most popular catalog among many "Ichinomiya-Ki".
  30. In the early-modern period, Mitsukuni TOKUGAWA used it as a source for his book "Dai Nihonshi," but Kunitake KUME, a professor at the University of Tokyo during the Meiji era, denied its value as a source.
  31. In the early-modern period, Mizugamine was a village managing lodgings and there still remain the windbreak of Japanese cedars.
  32. In the early-modern period, especially after the latter half of the 17th century, the common shopkeepers of Kinai region and the vicinities recorded their pilgrimages, and such records gives the details of Kohechi.
  33. In the early-modern period, some pilgrims used boats from Yagio to Hongu-taisha Shrine (refer to "Meguri").
  34. In the early-modern samurai society, kariginu were acknowledged as formal dress.
  35. In the early-modern times
  36. In the early-modern times and later, kirikane became a technique that was inherited among a limited number of persons under the support of Higashi (eastern) Hongan-ji Temple and Nishi (western) Hongan-ji Temple.
  37. In the early-modern times the school of Kanze was recognized as the head of Shiza Ichiryu that was given patronage by bakufu, and the school exerted the greatest influence until the end of the Edo period.
  38. In the early-modern times, Buddhist laws of Shunjo IKKO and Kokua, which are considered to have been originally in a different line, were absorbed, and there was time when temples that worship Kuya were considered to belong to Jishu sect.
  39. In the early-modern times, Kiyomizu-dera Temple also appears in the works of Joruri (dramatic narrative chanted to a shamisen accompaniment), Kabuki (traditional drama performed by male actors) and so on.
  40. In the early-modern times, Nancho shikan (Southern Dynasty hero-centered historiography) focusing on Mitogaku (the scholarship and academic traditions that arose in the Mito Domain) had a description of suspecting the Masanori's surrender to the Northern Court.
  41. In the early-modern times, Ukiorimono (woven with raised designs) with green warp and yellow weft and the Eno-marumon (the design of mandarin duck making circle) similar to the Oni no ho (a cloth which a crown prince puts on in a ritual) was used.
  42. In the early-modern times, cloths with green warp and yellow weft and the design of arabesque with chrysanthemum flowers were used, and were supplied together with red round-necked robe and grayish round-necked robe.
  43. In the early-modern times, cross-grained fans were used by sons of emperors, Imperial princes, and court nobles, as well as by pageboys (young male servants) such as Kodoneri (Juvenile people who served Court nobles and samurai families) (according to the documents on costume of Kamo Festival in these days).
  44. In the early-modern times, however, only a Gokuro (the head chamberlain of the Rokui no Kurodo) dressed in it.
  45. In the early-modern times, it had shuinryo with a production of more than 3,000 koku crop yield.
  46. In the early-modern times, it was found from their relics that an emperor and a crown prince wore the Kikujin no ho made from the Ukiorimono with the design of long-tailed cock and arabesque with peony flowers and leaves similar to that of Kurodo (Chamberlain, to be described later) and a belt made from the same cloths.
  47. In the early-modern times, more Eshi painters were assigned.
  48. In the early-modern times, namely during the Edo period, the nature of Kajishi changed into kosakuryo (rent paid by tenant farmers).
  49. In the early-modern times, prostitute houses were gathered in one place in the city and yukaku was formed.
  50. In the early-modern times, the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) announced a series of laws and ordinances to ban luxuries for every walk of life, such as samurai, farmers, artisans, and merchants, in Edo society, and a prominent number of such laws and ordnances were issued.
  51. In the early-modern times, the Gyotai is not used even in a ceremony of the enthronement: Only an Imperial envoy of the Kamo Festival uses the Gyotai.
  52. In the early-modern times, the Ii clan became a master's house of the Hikone Domain in Omi Province.
  53. In the early-modern times, the names such as joro, yukun, shogi appeared.
  54. In the early-modern times, the shrine was called 'Take no Gongen (avatar of the gods enshrined in the mountain)' and it was considered to be an ujigami (a guardian god or spirit of a particular place in the Shinto religion) of dozens of villages in the mountain community where watercourses descending from the Nijo mountain range were used.
  55. In the early-modern times, the stratified ruling over agricultural land was negated, as exemplified by the rejection of Nanushi (village headman) hierarchy by Sword hunt (to confiscate the weapons of the enemies of the new regime in order to secure the position of a new ruler).
  56. In the early-modern times, the term "ongyoku" meant music or an art of musical performance.
  57. In the early-modern times, they flourished as ports of call of Kitamae-bune, cargo vessels, but most ports on the Sea of Japan side began to decline after the Meiji restoration.
  58. In the early-modern times, women's hiogi was called Okazashi used for hiding their faces, while fans of cross-grained wood for boys were always used with closed and with six-colored nina kazari (decorative strings) around it.
  59. In the east National Route 367 (Saba-kaido Road and Wakasa-kaido Road) runs, leading to the Wakasa area via the western entrance to Mt. Hiei in the Yase area as well as the Ohara area with Sanzen-in Temple and Jakko-in Temple.
  60. In the east area of Kumamoto Castle
  61. In the east areas of Hiroshima Prefecture (Bingo Province) which is near the prefecture's border with Okayama Prefecture such as Fukuyama City and so on, there are many Kansaifu-okonomiyaki shops because of the vicinity to the Kinki region such as Hyogo Prefecture.
  62. In the east of the temple precincts is a garden containing the Engetsu-ike Pond and Garyu-ike Pond, and in which the Kaisan-do hall, mausoleum and teahouses stand.
  63. In the east, it extends from Shirakawa-dori Street; in the west, it bends southward to lead directly to Senbon-dori Street.
  64. In the east, the street starting around Gojozaka Crossing with Higashioji-dori Street is called Gojozaka.
  65. In the east, the streetcar of the Keihan Keishin Line of Keihan Electric Railway ran from the Sanjo-ohashi Bridge (the location of the station has changed slightly) to Keage and from the west side of Hinoka to Misasagi, sharing a traffic lane.
  66. In the east, there is a Kyoto Gyoen National Garden including Kyoto Imperial Palace that covers large area.
  67. In the east, there was a twelve-mat Japanese room, which was surrounded by a six-mat room, a three-mat room, as well as two eight-mat Japanese rooms used for meal, a six-mat-sized storage room, and a six-mat room.
  68. In the east, there was an eight-mat Japanese room called the "jako no ma" (Musk Room).
  69. In the east, there was an eight-mat Japanese room, with a painting of a phoenix on a paulonia tree.
  70. In the east, this street runs from Karasuma-dori Street at Nishi suberi of Kyoto Gyoen (Kyoto Imperial Garden) to Saga Setogawa-cho, Ukyo-Ward in the west..
  71. In the east-west direction: Shijo-dori Street (the Arashiyama Gion Line of Kyoto Municipal Route 186)
  72. In the eastern Mediterranean, Karasumi is popular as a dish of the meze.
  73. In the eastern part of Japan, on the Pacific Ocean side and in the inner areas, located across mountain ranges, kosa is sometimes observed though not so often.
  74. In the eastern part of the city, many people use Fukugami Station, Oada Station of the Kintetsu Yoshino Line located in Oyodo Town.
  75. In the economic blockade, Hongan-ji Temple asked Terumoto MORI for aid.
  76. In the economic field, the prosperity of the Ichijodani was seen from the many case of dispatching large forces to neighbouring provinces to large donations to the Imperial Court and Bakufu (Japanese feudal government).
  77. In the edict the emperor announced that the name of Edo was changed to Tokyo so that he could watch both east and west together as families and because Edo was the largest city and the most strategic spot in the east and that he would conduct government business from there.
  78. In the edict, Empress Gensho says that Emperor Tenchi ordered her to take the faculty of Imperial Sun Succession (Amatsuhitsugi) to the Imperial Throne (Takamikura) 'based on the spirit of the code firstly conceived and established,' and Empress Gensho ordered Seimu to succeed.
  79. In the edicts after Emperor Kanmu, the words 'Fukai-no-Joten/ Fukaijoten' is not found, but cited as 'the law that Emperor Tenchi established for the first time.'
  80. In the editorial of Yomiuri Shinbun issued January 19, 1911, the following idea was proposed: 'If both dynasties are allowed to oppose each other, it is clear that the nation is divided and this is the fault of the government.
  81. In the eighteenth century, Fran?ois Robichon de la Gu?rini?re of France organized that equestrianism, and at present he is called 'kindai bajutsu no chichi' (the father of the modern equestrianism).
  82. In the eighteenth vow of the forty-eight vows, the following is written: 'I will let those be born in Buddha-Land and become happy 'Buddha' under my guidance if they believe me and chant my name, wishing to be born in Buddha-Land (gokuraku jodo: the Pure Land).'
  83. In the eighth month of 1334, as a criticism of the new government, a satire of the government called "Scribblings by the Nijo Riverbed" was published.
  84. In the eighth month of a gui-wei year, in the reign of the great king, when the prince Wooto was at the Oshisaka Palace, Shima, wishing for longevity, sent two persons to make this mirror from 200 han of brand-new and fine bronze (Toshio FUKUYAMA).
  85. In the eighth report of the Council for Kinki Regional Transport of 2004, plans were created to make the section between Kamo and Kizu a double track as part of the 'project for improving services by strengthening the power of transport and so on,' but there have been no developments toward this plan.
  86. In the eighth report of the Kinki Regional Transportation Council in October 2004, direct interoperation between the Kyoto Line and the Kobe Line is positioned as one of 'the principle programs to be studied concerning the improvement of existing facilities.'
  87. In the election in 1974, Ninagawa fought an uphill battle for his seventh term against the opposing candidate (Kazutaka OHASHI, a former Japan Socialist Party member of House of Councilors) who was backed by the Liberal Democratic Party, the Komeito Party, the Democratic Socialist Party, and also a part of the Japan Socialist Party.
  88. In the electrified section, the KTR track is shared by the rolling stock of West Japan Railway Company (JR West), such as the JNR Limited Express Series 183.
  89. In the elevated view with furnishings of zuijin-dokoro (a place of official guards stationed), there is the word 'fusuma' on all the surfaces of shoji, and a description that 'all the fusuma and similar furnishings were white.'
  90. In the eleventh and twelfth centuries, many families were formed with the establishment of castles; the names of the families that formed during this period were derived from their territorial lands or castles.
  91. In the eleventh century, Todai-ji Temple had Hakumai Menden, Toyu Menden and Kona Menden within Yamato Province.
  92. In the eleventh century, tato fumyo became reluctant to administrate the myoden because it imposed the kanmotsu and the zoyaku as taxes on them.
  93. In the eleventh century, the government office contract system was established and central government official jobs were held by certain clans.
  94. In the emergency situation that the lifeline such as electricity, gas, and water is affected, it is very often difficult to secure hot water and Kappumen is useless in such a case.
  95. In the emperor-centered historiography which is based on state Shinto, he was praised as 'an exemplary loyal subject' or 'a true Japanese' who went off to war with a heavy gait, being prepared to die for his cause, so that he was worshiped also in the moral training education.
  96. In the empire of Cao Wei in the Three Kingdoms period, a father and his two sons (known as the three Caos) established kanshi as a national art: Emperor Wu Cao Cao, Emperor Wen Cao Pi, and Cao Zhi (192 - 232), most importantly the father Cao Cao.
  97. In the end Choshu Domain avoided collision by force of arms and withdrew; the Joi ha group court nobles left Kyoto and lost their position.
  98. In the end Daishin-in applied attempted murder to TSUDA's act and sentenced him penal servitude for an indefinite term.
  99. In the end his older brother Yoshinao WADA was slew and Yoshimori, who cried from deep grief of loosing his beloved son, was also killed.
  100. In the end in 1661, the imperial throne was transferred to Imperial Prince Kotohito (Emperor Gomizunoo) who was a younger brother of Imperial Prince Nagahito.
  101. In the end of 1351, he was defeated in the Battle of Mt. Satta in Suruga province.
  102. In the end of 1383, Emperor Chokei abdicated and Emperor Gokameyama ascended the throne.
  103. In the end of 16th century, the Toyotomi government of Japan dispatched troops to Korea (the Bunroku-Keicho War), breaking off the relationship between Ming Dynasty and Japan, as well as the one between Korea and Japan.
  104. In the end of April, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI invaded Hyuga, and on May 6, he took control of Matsuo-jo Castle, which was a key strategic point in northern Hyuga.
  105. In the end of Edo Period, people in neighboring villages filed lawsuits in order to make Naganuma a common land which Naganuma village had monopolized.
  106. In the end of Edo period, Kodanji ICHIKAWA (the forth), the leading disciple of his father became his guardian.
  107. In the end of Edo period, during the generation of Takachika Mori, the Mori clan suffered the oppression from the Edo bakuhu,including the subjugation of Choshu; however, the clan produced brilliant figures such as Shoin YOSHIDA, Shinsaku TAKASUGI, and Kogoro KATSURA and succeeded the Meiji Restoration.
  108. In the end of Edo period, style books were come out every year, and Kamiyui referred to them and added their own style while fixing hairdo.
  109. In the end of Edo period, the reversionism gained power supported by the study of Japanese classical literature and people were oriented to the culture of Imperial Court.
  110. In the end of Heian period, MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka (Yoshinaka KISO) was appointed to Seito taishogun (some studies say he was Seii taishogun (literally, great general who subdues the barbarians)).
  111. In the end of Heian period, kokushi and ganpishi made of kozo replaced mashi (paper made of hemp), which was difficult to and time-consuming to handle, and especially usu-yo of ganpishi became mainstream.
  112. In the end of January 940, Masakado heard that TAIRA no Sadamori and FUJIWARA no Hidesato were organizing an army, and on February 1, Masakado set off to fight against them, with Harumochi leading a rearguard unit as Assistant Commander.
  113. In the end of June, 672 the year of Mizunoe-Saru (one of the Oriental Zodiac), Omi no miya Imperial Court which knew Prince Oama (Emperor Tenmu) had raised an army dispatched the envoys to many parts of the country and raised the army for its suppression.
  114. In the end of June, South China and the Nansei Islands are excluded from the sphere of influence of the baiu front.
  115. In the end of Later Han period, there appeared 'shinsho,' that is, kaisho-tai (square [block] style of writing) which was 80 % simplified from 'Hachibu', and furthermore, there appeared gyosho-tai (semi-cursive style of writing).
  116. In the end of Muromachi period, there appeared founding technicians of tea kettles and, in the Azuchi-Momoyama period, there were well-known master craftsmen such as Donin NISHIMURA and Yojiro TSUJI.
  117. In the end of September, Shuei deprived the dan levels of the disciples who became the employees of Hoensha by conspiring with Honinbo Shugen the 16th and Inseki INOUE, which made the confrontation decisive.
  118. In the end of Six Dynasties period, a ink stone made of stone appeared and spread in the Tao period.
  119. In the end of medieval times, Imai reached a turning point when Ikkoshu Hongan-ji Temple branched out in this area and, thus, Imai suddenly became conspicuous.
  120. In the end of the Edo period, Mise Maruyama was considered as the Tenmu-Jito Mausoleum in "Uchisuminawa" written by Sadamasa KITAURA in 1848 and Noguchino Ono-haka was identified as the Mausoleum of Emperor Monmu.
  121. In the end of the Edo period, the koshimaki came to be used only in the special ceremonies, and in or after the Meiji period, it went out of use completely.
  122. In the end of the Edo period, ukiyoe was valued in the West due to Japonism.
  123. In the end of the Heian period and the Kamakura period however, shojo (promotion) (kakai (promotion)) using the nenshaku system became popular.
  124. In the end of the Heian period, there appeared two excellent Sukuyoshi named Chinga (珍賀) who belonged to the Tendai sect and Keisan (慶算) who belonged to the Kofuku-ji Temple and the Shingon sect.
  125. In the end of the Kamakura Period, the Kamakura bakufu called the Shochu Disturbance (1324) and the Genko Incident (1332), the Emperor Godaigo's attempt to overthrow the bakufu, "the Emperor muhon (or togin [the current Emperor] muhon), so ordinary people followed that.
  126. In the end of the Kamakura period, his family was called the Settsu clan and began to inherit secretary official positions in the center of the government.
  127. In the end of the Kamakura period, the temple filled a position of betto-ji (a temple attached to a shrine) of Omiwa-jinja Shrine--the position superior to Daigorin-ji Temple, which was also ranked as a jingu-ji (betto-ji).
  128. In the end of the Meiji period, 'Genjidana' was performed repeatedly by Uzaemon ICHIMURA (the fifteenth) playing Yosaburo, Baiko ONOE (the sixth) playing Otomi and Matsusuke ONOE (the fourth) playing Komori Yasu, and they gained much popularity.
  129. In the end of the same year, Emperor Komei died and Imperial Prince Mutsuhito (later Emperor Meiji) ascended the throne.
  130. In the end of the scene, Benkei exits the stage while performing Tobiroppo.
  131. In the end of the second century, only Kinki type dotaku were produced.
  132. In the end of the sixth century, the Soga clan started to construct Hoko-ji Temple (also called Asuka-dera Temple), which was the first full-scale Buddhist Temple in Japan.
  133. In the end of the table of contents, it says, 'Copied from the manuscript owned by the Kanazawa Library on August 25, 1404,' so it seems to have been recopied from the one owned by the Kanazawa Library.
  134. In the end of the year, the couple were both sick with colds, and Munizo remembered the bible as he watched his crying baby and he prayed to Jehovah, who became miraculously well, and it was this event which opened his eyes to Christianity.
  135. In the end only shinpaku (the center structure of sake-brewing-rice) is left.
  136. In the end period, the remains found in Tohoku and the central highlands region are few, smaller, and scattered.
  137. In the end stage of baiu, the amount of rainfall tends to increase and localized torrential rain occurs sometimes.
  138. In the end the sixth Shogun was chosen by lots: Gien, who was a child of Yoshimitsu that had joined the priesthood, returned to secular life and became Shogun Yoshinori ASHIKAGA.
  139. In the end, Emperor Meiji determined that the Southern Court held legitimacy on the grounds that they owned the three sacred imperial treasures.
  140. In the end, Germany began the coordinated intervention with Russia after obtaining the approval from German Emperor, Wilhelm II.
  141. In the end, Gonbei YAMAMOTO was selected to be the succeeding Prime Minister.
  142. In the end, HARRIS won the dispute by insisting that nominal silver coins to which a higher value than their real value was attached would not be internationally accepted, and forced the bakufu to accept an exchange rate of 3 bu to the dollar where the same quantity of the same material was being exchanged.
  143. In the end, I believe that those matters (flying the national flag and singing the national anthem in unison) should not be forced on anybody.'
  144. In the end, Izanami herself pursued him.
  145. In the end, Izumi Shikibu is welcomed into the Sochi residence.
  146. In the end, Kikan IKEDA, a promising young scholar at that time, was commissioned to do the work in April, 1926.
  147. In the end, Korea made a new Imperial Seal called '朝鮮国主上之宝', and used this on the document at ratification.
  148. In the end, Masakado had a decisive victory and returned to Toyoda in triumph.
  149. In the end, Medical students continued to be prioritized in personnel affairs even after Ogai's resignation.
  150. In the end, Michinaga, who had Senshi's support, gained the position and became Nairan (position allowing first glance of any documents to be sent to the emperor).
  151. In the end, Michitaka was chosen as the successor; having heard of the developments, Michitaka bore a grudge against Arikuni and cashiered Arikuni and his son as he assumed the office of kanpaku.
  152. In the end, Minoru UMEWAKA began to issue the diploma of his school to his professional and amateur disciples in the name of Umewaka.
  153. In the end, Morihira was named Crown Prince in 967.
  154. In the end, Mototsune had Hiromi dismissed, and the whole issue was resolved when the Emperor himself issued an Imperial Rescript admitting his mistake (the Ako incident).
  155. In the end, Nagayoshi established his power which was bigger than his father's in the Hosokawa clan.
  156. In the end, Narichika was removed from the post, the Enryaku-ji Temple community members withdrew themselves, and the situation was once again under control.
  157. In the end, Ogai never let go of his theory that beriberi was an infectious disease spread through germs his whole life.
  158. In the end, Ogai was hired as Guni-fuku of Army (equivalent to lieutenant) to work at Tokyo Army Hospital from December 16 of that year.
  159. In the end, Osaragi could not disprove the harsh criticism of his films being trash and did not shoot the ten films as scheduled but finished with the third film "Shin Kurama Tengu, Yudachi no Bushi" (The New Kurama Tengu, The Samurai in the Shower).
  160. In the end, Osazaki no Mikoto acceded to the throne and became Emperor Nintoku, and this poem is said to have been composed at that time to pray for prosperity in his reign.
  161. In the end, Sanji kentai became the superficial and symbolic one as the index to prove that a family was the direct descendant of a distinguished family (court noble).
  162. In the end, Tadayuki surrendered to the New Government when the New Government Army led by Kinmochi SAIONJI invaded the Sasayama-jo Castle, and furthermore, he attended the meeting when the Imperial Covenant Consisting of Five Articles was announced.
  163. In the end, Takakuni was crushed by Sumimoto's son Harumoto HOSOKAWA, who forced all to acknowledge Yoshiharu as the new Shogun and took the position of Kanrei for himself, thereby putting an end to the internecine strife that had plagued the Hosokawa clan for over twenty years.
  164. In the end, Takatoku was defeated by the Mori force led by Takakage KOBAYAKAWA in 1575.
  165. In the end, Tameyoshi turned himself in and surrendered.
  166. In the end, Ushimatsu left home and set out for Texas in the United States of America.
  167. In the end, Yoshikage committed fierce suicide.
  168. In the end, Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA, who was the seventh son of Nariaki TOKUGAWA, the ninth lord of the Mito Domain, was the first member of the Mito-Tokugawa family to become shogun after Mitsukuni the second lord.
  169. In the end, Yoshiteru's position was accepted by obtaining Sukesada YANAGIWARA and Kanehide HIROHASHI's approvals (they were from the Hino line), and therefore it was decided that Kaneyasu HIROHASHI would be the heir to the Hino family with the approval of Emperor Ogimachi on June 8, 1559.
  170. In the end, after a long conference within the government, the following edict of Daijokan was put out on October 24.
  171. In the end, all should yield to the majesty of the Emperor.
  172. In the end, although there were divisions among the rebel forces, the destruction of the Taira clan government led to the establishment of the Kanto government (Kamakura bakufu) which mainly consisted of the Bando-Taira clan led by MINAMOTO no Yoritomo.
  173. In the end, as a result of taiko kenchi (the cadastral surveys conducted by Hideyoshi), the right to a particular area of land was granted only to the cultivator of that land, and positions such as honke and ryoke disappeared.
  174. In the end, because of the strengthening of the movement to protect the constitution, the Katsura Cabinet announced its resignation on February 11, 1913 (Taisho Political Change).
  175. In the end, between and around Shiba and Shinagawa where the residence of Satsuma Domain was located, embankment was built on the sea to construct the railway on it.
  176. In the end, due to Prince Hachijonomiya's request to his brother Emperor Goyozei, Michikatsu NAKANOIN, Mitsuhiro KARASUMARU, and Saneki SANJONISHI were sent to Tango Tanabe Castle as Imperial messengers and on September 13th, just two days before the Battle of Sekigahara, a peace was made by Imperial order.
  177. In the end, due to Saionji's retirement as Minister of Education, the revision of the Imperial Rescript on Education was not realized, but he reflected, 'I believed that the educational policy should be developed for more liberal way' ("Biography of Kinmochi SAIONJI" by Shuko SHIRAYANAGI).
  178. In the end, during the era of the fourth Kamakura-kubo Mochiuji ASHIKAGA, the conflict resulted in an armed clash (the Eikyo War) with the sixth shogunate Yoshinori ASHIKAGA.
  179. In the end, he could finally solve the problem.
  180. In the end, he did not set out for the front, saying '[a]lthough proceeding for the enemy on the lord's order is my duty as a retainer, entering under the command of an imperial regent is not my duty.'
  181. In the end, he drowned himself in the sea with Sukemori and his cousin TAIRA no Yukimori, hand in hand, in the Battle of Dannoura.
  182. In the end, he succeeded in making setsudoshi into an honorary post.
  183. In the end, he turned to his kin in Otsu for support, saying farewell to Kondo and the others, and leaving the group.
  184. In the end, he was defeated by Sumimoto's legitimate son, Harumoto HOSOKAWA, and was forced to commit suicide.
  185. In the end, his reforms failed to win the hearts of the people, and also earned Ienari's displeasure in "Songo ikken" (Songo Incident) and others, so he resigned "roju" after only six years from the start of his reforms.
  186. In the end, his wish did not come true and he took Ochiba no miya for Seishitsu (legal wife), but ever since he had a glimpse of Onna san no miya by chance, his feeling of love was irrepressible.
  187. In the end, however, the factions compromised on that matter and on December 12, 1870, they decided to merge the Minbusho and Okurasho again on September 11, 1871 in exchange for the separation of the Kobusho, that was specialized in promoting industry.
  188. In the end, in January 1886, he submitted an application for withdrawal from school and left without graduating.
  189. In the end, in spite of being direct vassals of the shogunete, Gokenin, some of them changed their position into indirect vassals, Miuchibito, such as the Suwa clan.
  190. In the end, in the Battle of Dan-no-ura, Noritsune fought desperately in a lost battle and tried to jump on MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune but failed to catch him when Yoshitsune escaped by jumping from one boat to another, eight boats in total, and, at last, Noritsune died by jumping into the sea holding two big men under his arms.
  191. In the end, in the Battle of Ichi-no-tani, fought on February 27, the TAIRA family suffered a fatal crushing defeat, losing a lot of family members.
  192. In the end, in this case also, Emperor Nakamikado ordered Yoshitada NIJO, the sadaijin, to conduct initiation, but Emperor Nakamikado agreed to pay regard to the tradition handed down in Konoe family, too.
  193. In the end, it is said that Kukai had Taihan write a letter and sent it off to Saicho.
  194. In the end, it led to the development of law faculties within the Kansai area other than Kyoto University such as Ritsumeikan.
  195. In the end, it was not completed.
  196. In the end, it was only when Yoshishige temporarily governed the northern part of Hyuga Province that he actively ordered to destroy temples and shrines.
  197. In the end, it was resolved with the intervention of the main branch of the originator of the Shimazu family to make Mitsuhisa become independent as a separate family; however, around this time, a feud began with the main branch of the originator of the Shimazu family which often intervened.
  198. In the end, it was settled that Fukuhara would be made the temporary imperial palace, but, because of insufficient preparation and confusion, opinions arose against the transfer of the capital.
  199. In the end, nobody succeeds.
  200. In the end, on the seventh day Tsuna's aunt Mashiba (or in some versions, his foster mother) comes to visit him from Settsu Province.
  201. In the end, only a few of them, who had not done any business with the copper mine, managed to get compensation, however it led to division in the town.
  202. In the end, she describes the special reasons why she came to compile her personal collection, and closes the book with a poetic exchange with FUJIWARA no Teika.
  203. In the end, she met her brother safely, and they lived happily together, this is the story illustrated on this picture scroll.
  204. In the end, that extension plan was arranged so that Karasuma Line would go through Shin-Tanabe Station to meet Kintetsu-Kyoto Line, but later on some trains started running straight to Kintetsu-Nara Station.
  205. In the end, the Ikko-Ikki army was expelled from Nara by the reinforcements of the Tsutsui and Ochi clans, but Hongan-ji Temple lost its prestige and could not avoid accepting the permanent prohibition of entering Nara.
  206. In the end, the Miyoshi clan itself gained the status of Shugo, was picked for Shobanshu, which is chosen from among the powerful or famous Shugo, and ended up with the rank of Jushii-ge and permission to use the nurigoshi which was a symbol of the Shugo's status.
  207. In the end, the Oe clan was suppressed by Rokuhara tandai once again, but in any case, this is a classic example of resident feudal lords, who were trying to grow financially, becoming akuto when faced with oppression by the manor lords.
  208. In the end, the Ouchi army withdrew and the Otomo army won, yet, the battle was a draw in a military sense because the Otomo army also lost its two commanders in chief and the main army was broken up.
  209. In the end, the Yamagunitai suffered four war dead (including one who was never located afterwards) and three deaths to illness during the course of their activities, a steep sacrifice considering their total numbers.
  210. In the end, the Yamana clan was left with just 3 provinces under their control (this episode became known as the Meitoku rebellion).
  211. In the end, the army of Nobumitsu MATSUDAIRA and Munemitsu TODA, hikan (bureaucrats) for Sadachika ISE, a steward of the Bakufu Mandokoro defeated the ringleaders of the uprising and conquered it.
  212. In the end, the change of capital city failed and it was changed back to Kyoto in November.
  213. In the end, the dwarf becomes a grown man and returns home to a happy ending.
  214. In the end, the fire of internal opposition was not contained until this issue was altered just before the end of the Second World War.
  215. In the end, the first conquest of Choshu was avoided because Choshu accepted the conditions to surrender, proposed by Saigo, including an execution of responsible persons, and absolute allegiance to the bakufu.
  216. In the end, the government noticed Gyoki's popularity and took him on, promoting him daisojo (a Buddhist priest of the highest order) for his efforts and contribution to construction of daibutsu.
  217. In the end, the lives of castle defenders were spared in exchange for the suicide of the Amago family including Katsuhisa, and Kozuki-jo Castle surrendered (the Battle of Kozuki-jo Castle).
  218. In the end, the shrine was saved when the creditor renounced the claim.
  219. In the end, the situation was thought to be that counterfeit money, including those that circulated abroad, were mostly thrown away and handled as metal, in essence, under the cover of the confusion during the beginning of the Meiji period.
  220. In the end, the standard gauge failed to be introduced due to political struggles or cost problems (also refer to "disputes about gauges in Japan").
  221. In the end, the three Marquises including Hisamitsu conceded to Yoshinobu (bakufu) and agreed to the foreign ship exclusion policy from Yokohama port, but the discord between both parties was not settled, and the council of Sanyo did not work well and was disorganized, leading to the setback of Kobu Gattai movement.
  222. In the end, the total yield (and that per tan) of the whole kenchi-implemented region was written in kenchi-cho.
  223. In the end, these sacred swords were held in reverence and returned to where they had been found.
  224. In the end, they fell into an old well.
  225. In the end, they fell into open conflict over the issue of separating the Councillors from the Ministers.
  226. In the end, this goal was achieved, but the old regime could not regain all of the privileges that the Taira clan government obtained.
  227. In the end, when Kamakura was hit by a great earthquake in May 1293, his house in Kyoshigayatsu was raided by Sadatoki's troops.
  228. In the ending, it mentions the titles of chapters such as 'Norinoshi,' 'Sumori,' 'Sakurabito,' 'Hiwariko,' and so on which are not included in the present book; The Tale of Genji in circulation, and says that 'they do not always exist.'
  229. In the engi (writing about the history) of temples and shrines throughout Japan and local reports or history books, shinengo (itsunengo [era name really existed and taken out of official history], eras other than the era names set forth by the imperial court) often appears.
  230. In the engishiki jimmyocho (a register of shrines in Japan), 128 gods enshrined at grand shrines (including 47 powerful myojin gods at 26 myojin grand shrines) and 158 gods at small shrines, which total to 286 gods, are recorded, and all are kanpeisha (shrines where religious ceremonies were conducted by jingikan officers).
  231. In the ensuing appointment, he as well as Susumu YAMAZAKI and Kisaburo KAWAI joined the rear-echelon support troop led by Sanosuke HARADA.
  232. In the ensuing campaign, the Heiji War, he joined the forces of Yoshitomo as his vassal and fought against TAIRA no Shigemori as one of the 17 Bando samurai as retainers of MINAMOTO no Yoshihira, heir and son of Yoshitomo, according to "Heiji Monogatari" (The Tale of the Heiji War).
  233. In the ensuing researches, seven horizontal stone chambers were discovered also on the west side and their ground had been leveled.
  234. In the ensuing sections, kuni-umi (the birth of the land of Japan) and birth of deities are discussed, followed by episodes until the ejection of Susanoo (the storm god in Japanese Mythology).
  235. In the entries for April 27 and June 29, 1235 in the diary of FUJIWARA no Teika "Meigetsuki" (Chronicle of the Bright Moon), it was recorded that Noguchino Ono-haka had been robbed during the evenings of April 16 and 17 of the same year.
  236. In the entry for September, 415, it is recorded that as the social order broke down, some people lost their old kabane (hereditary title) or intentionally adopted uji (family names) of higher ranks.
  237. In the entry for September, 530, it is recorded that lawsuits between people from Mimana (on the Korean peninsula) and Japan that could not be decided were settled by kugatachi.
  238. In the entry for the 26th day of the 12th month of the 2nd year in the Katei era in the lunar calendar (corresponds to January 31, 1237), it is described 'A record of the appointment ceremony held on 18th arrived. Yasutoki HOJO was concurrently appointed Left City Acting Commissioner. Morokazu was appointed Head of the Bureau of Taxation.'
  239. In the entry of 413, the Empress, while playing on a farm alone picked up some Araragi (wild rocamobole) growing on a magaki (a rough-woven fence).
  240. In the epilogue, he states that they should keep chanting the name of the supreme efficacy; even when all the other laws have disappeared with the passing of time, this sutra (Muryoju-kyo Sutra) is sure to remain and keep working for the salvation of people.
  241. In the episode of 'The Talent of Three Boats' where he made a show of his talents, one can see how he stood up to Michinaga in the field of art.
  242. In the episode on the restoration of the country of Ashihara no Nakatsukuni, Takamimusubi sees the arrow he gave Amenowakahiko flying out from the earth.
  243. In the equal-field system in Sui, it was specified that a bare field of approx. 3.72 hectares and an inheritable field (segyoden) of approx. 0.93 hectares should be supplied to each male (the system to supply fields to wives, slaves and cattle was abolished).
  244. In the equal-field system, the target of government services and tax collection was changed from married couples to individual males (zheng: 21 - 59 of age, zhongnan: 16 -20 of age.)
  245. In the era from 885 to 931, he continued working as the senior secretary of the Council of State without interruption, being engaged in drawing up confidential documents.
  246. In the era from the 11th century to the 12th century, powerful nobles introduced a system similar to the ingu bunkoku-sei system as well.
  247. In the era from the 1980s to the 1990s
  248. In the era from the Kamakura to this period, Japanese styles founded by the san-pitsu calligraphers and the san-seki calligraphers appeared.
  249. In the era from the Meiji period to the 1980s
  250. In the era from the eighth century to the ninth century, the troop system (in ancient Japan) was abolished.
  251. In the era from the late Edo period to the Meiji period, Mingaku was on the verge of extinction.
  252. In the era from the latter half of the eleventh century to the twelfth century, the number of shoen increased rapidly, and Kokugaryo (territories governed by a provincial government office) were reorganized correspondingly, establishing the medieval tax collection system called Shoen Koryo sei (the system of public lands and private estates).
  253. In the era from the latter half of the ninth century to the tenth century when almost all of the upper Kizoku members became occupied by persons from the Fujiwara clan or from the Minamoto clan, as described above, other clan members started to find ways of remaining as middle or lower Kizoku class members.
  254. In the era from towards the end of the Muromachi period to the Azuchi-Momoyama period, early European ships brought to Japan European dishes and European sweets (such as castella sponge cakes).
  255. In the era of Emperor Junna, he was awarded the kabane of Anno-uji Sukune and became Togu gakushi (teacher of classics for the Crown Prince) at Jushiinoge (Junior Forth Rank, Lower Grade).
  256. In the era of Emperor Kazan when Motonaga became the Governor of Owari Province, FUJIWARA no Koreshige, Motonaga's nephew (or uncle, according to one theory), and FUJIWARA no Yoshichika also advanced those policies.
  257. In the era of Emperor Ojin, a goddess in Silla fled from her husband and lived in 'Himejima Island of Iwai' in Tsukushi Province.
  258. In the era of Emperor Wu (Han), To Chujo (Dong Zhongshu), who was praised as the man of intelligent and good-natured literature, made a proposal to establish Gokyo hakase (the expert of Five Classics) for Ju-gaku, treating it as a legitimate learning.
  259. In the era of Empress Saimei, ABE no Hirafu was dispatched to the Tohoku region to defeat Ezo (northerners) and gained more control.
  260. In the era of Empress Suiko, he went to Goryeo to study.
  261. In the era of Harushisa, a legitimate grandchild of Tsunehisa, the clan still had a contact with Hongan-ji Temple, and in a diary of the temple, the Amago clan sometimes appeared.
  262. In the era of Hei-tei (Emperor Ping) (Han), "Chunqiu Zuoshi Zhuan" (Master Zuo's Commentary to the Spring and Autumns), "Girai" (Yili), "Mao shi" (Classic Poetry, Book of Odes), and "Shosho" (Classic of History) were assigned as gakkan, and in the Shin-cho (Xin Dynasty), "Rites of Zhou."
  263. In the era of Japan National Railways (JNR), it was the first station to incorporate the name of a school or campus into its own.
  264. In the era of Japan National Railways and JR, tickets were sold at a tobacco store in the Japanese inn Edo-ya (a tobacco store and inn), which was located in front of the station.
  265. In the era of Japan National Railways, relatively few passengers used the station to reach places at short distances for sightseeing tours or for commutes, because the frequency of train service on the Sanin Main Line was low; however, in the era of JR the increase in service has changed the situation.
  266. In the era of Katsuyori, however, the head family was extinguished due to the disturbance inside the territory, and only the illegitimate branch families were in existence during the Edo period.
  267. In the era of Koso (Xiaozong) (Song), Chu His, who later developed a system of learning called Neo-Confucianism, appeared.
  268. In the era of Munekage URAGAMI, the Uragami clan was disrupted by the betrayal of the senior vassal, Naoie UKITA.
  269. In the era of Nobunaga ODA, the family returned to the capital, but in 1586, when Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI was appointed Kanpaku Dajodaijin (imperial regent and grand minister), was punished by Imperial order and sent back to the provinces.
  270. In the era of Sadaatsu KATAGIRI who turned out to be the last lord, the bakufu faced its end.
  271. In the era of Sho-tei (Emperor Zhang) (Han), Byakkokan Meeting was held to debate on differences in the manuscripts of Kinbun-kei, and while the Kobun learning came under attack, some of their interpretations were adopted.
  272. In the era of Takamasa KUKI, the second of head of the family, the domain's organization was arranged.
  273. In the era of Taku So (Song), there were Ko Shin of "Koshi Nisho" (Ko's reading diary) and O Orin known for "Gyoku Kai" and "Kongaku Kibun."
  274. In the era of Tennin (1108 - 1110), at the time of Chujin, who was the 8th monshu counting from Zesan, betsuin (a sub temple) was constructed at Kitayama (present day Ukyo-ku Ward, Kyoto City) not far from Kitano-jinja Shrine, and the name of the temple was changed to 'Manshuin Temple.'
  275. In the era of Tsunehisa, as the Amago clan did not have a big influence in Izumo Province, Okihisa, the third son of Tsunehisa, was put for adoption to the Enya clan to increase the influence of the Amago clan, but the tactic finished in failure, as Okihisa rose in revolt.
  276. In the era of YATSUHASHI, however, sokyoku and shamisen music were seen as being different types of music and, generally speaking, were not played together.
  277. In the era of peace after the Genroku period, there was no demand for new swords, and few craftsmen made swords.
  278. In the era of samurai (warriors), umeboshi became indispensable not only as preserved food but also for the sterilization of wounds and the prevention of food poisoning and contagious diseases on the battlefield.
  279. In the era of the Emperor Daigo, Kiyoyuki (or Kiyotsura) MIYOSHI was appointed Daigaku no kami (Director of the Bureau of Education) and Monjo hakase (professor of literature), rising to the position of Sangi (councilor), and the kabane (official status title) of the clan was changed from Sukune to Ason (second highest of the eight hereditary titles) around 903.
  280. In the era of the Emperor Horikawa, he was promoted to San hakase (Doctor of Numbers) and the head of shoryo (tombs).
  281. In the era of the Emperor Kogon, he was once promoted up to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade), but in line with the restoration of the Emperor Godaigo, it became invalid.
  282. In the era of the Emperor Reizei, as the first daughter of the naidaijin (minister of the center) (To no chujo), Kokiden no nyogo, was defeated by Itsuki no miya nyogo (later Akiyoshi chugu) in the competition to become the empress, and so he pinned his hope on his second daughter, Kumoi no kari and hoped to make her become the crown princess.
  283. In the era of the Emperor Suiko, Umako had Asuka-dera Temple, a half official Uji-dera Temple which had a full-scale building, built.
  284. In the era of the Empress Genmei, Are recited what Are memorized for O no Yasumaro, who wrote it down on paper to compile "Kojiki" by Imperial command.
  285. In the era of the Empress Koken, FUJIWARA no Nakamaro (also known as EMI no Oshikatsu) had a growing influence.
  286. In the era of the Inuibon, however, as a derivative, there appeared new type of setsuyoshu, in which each entry was written in Chinese character in cursive style and the furigana was in the form of hiragana (the cursive form of kana or the Japanese syllabaries).
  287. In the era of the Staple Food Control Law, because the cultivation of rice that gave large yields was promoted, many excellent sakamai varieties were extinguished.
  288. In the era of the former station house which was built on the ground level, it was well known nationally, having a solemn shape reminiscent of a shrine or a temple, with a VIP room provided as well.
  289. In the era of the renga and the haikai prior to the haiku, a total of 18 types of particles and auxiliary verbs were used such as 'mogana,' 'shi,' 'zo,' 'ka,' 'yo,' 'se,' 're,' 'tsu,' 'nu,' 'he,' 'zu,' 'ikani,' 'ji,' 'ke,' and 'ran,' including the three mentioned above.
  290. In the era of the second shogun Yoshiakira, the job of Kebiishicho (the office dealing with police and judicial matters) was transferred to Samuraidokoro, and Samuraidokoro became to gain police power for maintaining security of Kyoto as well as the power to levy taxes
  291. In the era of the third shogun Iemitsu TOKUGAWA, he became a hata bugyo (flag magistrate) to adhere to a life as a samurai up to his later years.
  292. In the era of the third shogun Yoshimitsu, Shugo (provincial constable) was placed in the Yamashiro Province, and Samuraidokoro became an organization to control Kyoto as the area directly controlled by Muromachi-dono (Muromachi bakufu).
  293. In the era when Ise-Heishi (Taira clan) was at the peak of its prosperity, Yorimasa's mother lived secretly here, her birthplace.
  294. In the era when hatamoto became to be appointed this post, the amount of rice yields for this post was around 3000 koku (approx. 180 liters/koku)
  295. In the era when the strong Tang-Dynasty of the Chinese Empire was prosperous, nobles established the Tenpyo culture modeled on Chinese culture, and an advanced culture learned by scholars sent to China became the standard for policies.
  296. In the era when types were used in printing, there was a custom of using an upside-down type as a substitute for necessary types which were unavailable.
  297. In the essay, both Hogen and Heiji Monogatari were regarded as the works written during the reign of Emperor Nijo.
  298. In the eulogy written on the portrait of Nobumitsu KANZEKOJIRO, who was Kannami's great grandson, there is an inscription of a legendary story as follows.
  299. In the evening gongyo of the 13th day, only nenko is done and shoko is not done.
  300. In the evening gongyo, only nenko is done in the dogoro and shoko is not done.
  301. In the evening of August 14 every year, six jizoes are built with pebbles and sands of the river-side field of Kuta-gawa River to invite spirits.
  302. In the evening of January 14, New Year's decorations are burned and it is believed that the fire protects people from diseases for the year.
  303. In the evening of July 1, Koyasan was informed of the Honnoji Incident.
  304. In the evening of September 13, 2003, with the Hanshin Tigers (one of the professional baseball teams in Japan) winning the first league title after 18 years being imminent, a group of their fans climbed Mt. Daimonji to draw the HT logo (the Hanshin Tigers logo) by using their flashlights.
  305. In the evening of the day of the Gencho-no-iwai, bucket-type bonfires were lit at Honmaru (a donjon), Ote-mon Gate (a main gate) of nishinomaru (a western citadel), Sakurada-mongai (outside of Sakurada-mon Gate) and Gejousho of Edo-jo Castle.
  306. In the evening of the next day, samurai belonging to Tokuso (the main Hojo family) attacked the residence of Tokimura HOJO, an assistant to shikken at that time, saying that it was Tokisada's order, killing Morotoki and burning the area including the residence.
  307. In the evening of the same day, Isami KONDO was shot and injured by Abe and the others on his way back from Nijo Castle.
  308. In the evening of the same day, Nabeyama and others were arrested and Kanson ARAHATA, who tried to mediate, was also involved in the trouble.
  309. In the evening of the same day, a battle also began at the Shakuzenji-jo Castle which was the core of the defense line.
  310. In the evening of the same day, police found Hayashi crouching in the Hidaridaimonji Mountain lying at the back of Kinkaku-ji Temple after having taken the poison Calmotin, and committed seppuku, and arrested him.
  311. In the evening on the same day, Isami KONDO was shot and got injured by Abe and other members when he was back from Nijo-jo Castle.
  312. In the evening on the same day, Shigekatsu SUGIURA was killed after the Takegahana-jo Castle protected by him was surrendered.
  313. In the evening or later, there were many section express trains before, but most of them were upgraded to sub-express trains, and the time slot when trains make a stop at Moriguchishi Station was also extended; therefore, an reduced number of section express trains are operated under the present timetable.
  314. In the evening, Dupleix, a corvette of the French Navy, arrived at the Sakai port to pick up the party, and several dozens of French sailors of under-officer ranks landed on the area to roam around the city.
  315. In the evening, Genji goes over to Hanachirusato, Tamakazura (The Tale of Genji) and Lady Akashi to see how they look in the fine clothes he had given them.
  316. In the evening, he arrived earlier at Sagarimatsu (literally, 'spreading pine') and hid under a pine tree.
  317. In the evening, my heart gets lost a place to go, there is no path for love (Senzai wakashu)
  318. In the evening, people visit Akiba-jinja Shrine and eat mochi grilled on the embers, and it is said that they are protected from diseases.
  319. In the evening, the 1st and 2nd brigades of the government army began marching south on a full scale, when the Satsuma army had moved the headquarters to Honjo and was holding a council of war, which was thrown into confusion.
  320. In the evening, the Manto light is lit in the main hall of Nigatsu-do and mass is held by putting up the 'Hoshi (Star) Mandala.'
  321. In the evening, the ringleaders of the entrapment of Shigetada, i.e. Shigenari INAGE and his son and Shigetomo HANGAYA and his son, who were part of Shigetada's family and were part of the army in Kamakura, were killed by Yoshimura MIURA and his entourage.
  322. In the evening, there are places for large scale markets to open their businesses upon sidewalks; these market places sell clothing and miscellaneous goods, and there are other market locations; this is where the street stalls serve food in streets temporarily closed to vehicle traffic.
  323. In the event fantastic and mysterious atmosphere is produced, and the festival has become established as one of the summer features in Nara.
  324. In the event of Eikyu no goso (violent plea in the Eikyu era) in 1113, Tadamori worked with his father Masamori to stop the troops of Kofuku-ji Temple coming into Kyoto.
  325. In the event of Shonanoka (a memorial service on the sixth day after the death), Shogakki (a memorial service on the day of a month after the death) and Itsunanoka (a memorial service on the 35th day after the death), it is believed to be preferable to visit a family temple or invite a monk.
  326. In the event of a matter of national concern, the Imperial court ordered professional bureaucrats and scholars to submit Kanjin and used it as reference materials at Jin no sadame (ancient cabinet council) of Daijokan (Grand Council of State) and/or In no hyojo (consultation under the government by the Retired Emperor).
  327. In the event of any dispute arising in the shoen, a trial was held at the honjo's domestic governing institutions such as Mandokoro (Administrative Board), and persons mainly concerned with the dispute and officials of the honjo participated.
  328. In the event of disposal of butsudan, 'shonen-nuki' (withdrawal of life) from butsuzo, hanging scroll and ihai is required.
  329. In the event of failure, they would switch their strategy and engage Japanese forces as they purposely fell back towards Harbin, in a bid to eliminate Japanese forces by overextending their supply-lines.
  330. In the event of memorial services held at family temples, it is desirable to attend and practice monpo (listening to the teachings of Buddha) wherever possible.
  331. In the event of poor harvest, water damage, or epidemic, daimyo made war on neighboring territories for food.
  332. In the event of the Battle of Sekigahara, Yoshitsugu OTANI said to Mitsunari, "even if you (Mitsunari) give them a pep talk, your natural imperiousness makes even those who want peace and security of the Toyotomi Family go under Naifu (Ieyasu).
  333. In the event of the emperor's disease or accident, such as hospitalizations or trips abroad, based on appointment (transmission of chokusho, official document issued by Emperor, to a temporary agent for national affairs) by the emperor at the advice and approval of the cabinet, national affairs are temporarily carried out by an agent.
  334. In the event of the invasion of Korean Peninsula during Yi Dynasty, Motokiyo himself led 1500 soldiers and crossed the sea in place of the young Mototada.
  335. In the event of the occurrence of a dispute, shugo (provincial constable) of the state had to settle the dispute at the site under the direction of Samurai-dokoro or Rokuhara Tandai and report the results to Samurai-dokoro, etc.
  336. In the event she is promoted,. however, her hair-style and Kanzashi change into the those suitable for her status.
  337. In the event that a Guji is not appointed due to circumstances beyond control (such as the death of a Guji with no successor), a temporary Guji will be appointed until the official appointment of the next Guji.
  338. In the event that the Guji, who had previously served for extended period and showed an outstanding achievement in Shinto, retires, he will be given a title as an honorary chief priest based on the recommendation of the next Guji.
  339. In the event that the Korean government is to decide on signing an agreement with another country or to decide how to deal with any diplomatic matters such as giving privileges, disposition and signing contracts with foreigners, they shall consult the Japanese government beforehand.
  340. In the event that the lords of shoen brought up litigations to the bakufu in connection with such disputes (shomusata), they often won the case.
  341. In the event that the passenger does not follow the procedures based on the rules of the Passenger Vehicle Transportation Business Law
  342. In the event that the passenger is a critically ill person without any escort.
  343. In the event that the passenger is completely drunk and he/she cannot tell the driver where to go or walk without someone's help.
  344. In the event that there was a change in the order of succession for the Crown Prince and the Son of the Crown Prince, their Imperial ranks fell behind that of the Consort of the Son of the new Crown Prince.
  345. In the event that there was a change in the order of succession for the Imperial Princes and Princes, their Imperial ranks remained the same.
  346. In the event that there was no family member skilled enough to serve as kaishaku, a request for assistance may be made to another family.
  347. In the event that transportation violates the rules of the act, public policy, or good morals
  348. In the event that, because the family line has died out despite the fact that family members are still living, a person has no household to which he or she can belong (the former Civil Code, Article 764).
  349. In the event the driver faces an adverse effect on the transportation due to circumstances beyond one's control such as a natural disaster.
  350. In the event the passenger has goods that are prohibited to carry in taxis according to the rules of the Passenger Vehicle Transportation Business Law.
  351. In the event where more than one client comes within one koku
  352. In the event where more than one question is raised within one koku
  353. In the event where the result was bad and a client asks, "Can I have a different result if I do a certain thing ?"
  354. In the examination of the Shinshi (Daigaku student who passed a subject of the official appointment test) class, the highest level in Kakyo, testing the ability of making a poem was especially emphasized.
  355. In the example of Sun He earlier mentioned, the conflict between the Sun He faction and the Sun Ba (who was Sun He's younger brother) faction was caused by the Emperor Sun Quan, who was their father who favored Sun Ba.
  356. In the excavation and research in 1958, three sets of iegata sekkan (house-shaped stone coffin) made of tuff were discovered inside the stone chamber.
  357. In the excavation and research in 2005, however, it was estimated to have been built in Fujiwara-kyo (694 - 710).
  358. In the excavation and research of the site after the Honno-ji Temple in 2007, an old moat site and a large amount of burnt roof tiles considered to be from the same period as the Honno-ji Incident, were discovered.
  359. In the exchanges of fire Naoyuki BAN achieved a good military result by attacking Yoshishige HACHISUKA at night (17th), however, the Toyotomi side, still being on the back foot, agreed to have peace negotiations (the old calendar).
  360. In the exhibit room that leads to the Kappa Sake Brewery, brewery tools used during the Edo Period are exhibited following the order of the brewing process.
  361. In the existing primitive religions in various parts of the world, Yumiya and blowguns were not only a tool for hunting, but also a tool for praying, fortune-telling, magic and so on performed by a shaman who was the same as a chief.
  362. In the explanatory note of "Kaitai Shinsho," there is an explanation of the meanings of 'Taheru' (charts) and 'Anatomia' (anatomy).
  363. In the explanatory note on this description, the comment, 'This theory is quite unusual and amazing…' was added.
  364. In the expression 'number of accompanying samurai' 'samurai' means wakato.
  365. In the extant manuscripts, the text begins with the hero just having undergone the ceremony of coming-of-age celebration and ends with his writing a waka poem anticipatory of his death.
  366. In the extreme, it may mean a 'poor look' or 'poverty.'
  367. In the eyes of flower arrangement circles of the day, overlooking important forms in favor of free-form styles was considered heresy.
  368. In the face of Yoritomo's large army, there was no longer a chance of the Taira army winning.
  369. In the face of such a situation, he was forced to write a petition consisting of 12 clauses (as of July 26 in the same year) on the premise of his inauguration as Rusushiki.
  370. In the face of such a situation, some monto disobey such instructions amicably by admitting they are 'monto mono shirazu,' instead of causing confrontation by bringing forward the doctrine.
  371. In the face of such situation, he was forced to resign from the head priest of Tendai Sect and Kyoen, who belonged to Ennin's faction, was inaugurated as the head priest.
  372. In the face of the blockade, the Edo bakufu started to secure rice stockpiling in Osaka, where the bakufu was placing its substantial stronghold for the second Choshu Expedition, and this caused the surge of the rice price even ten times as high as a decade before in Osaka.
  373. In the face of this attack, however, Yoshitaka kicked back and sank a lot of opponent ships with cannons.
  374. In the face of this situation, Yoriari gathered his vassals whom he had nurtured, received Yoriyuki who had come down from Kyoto and proceeded carry out the revolt.
  375. In the facility at Koyaike koen Park in Itami City, Hyogo Prefecture, Gyoki's achievements and a bust statue are displayed.
  376. In the fairy tale "Saru kani gassen" (battle between Crab and Monkey), a chestnut which had gone in the fire of the Irori fireplace burst from fire and directly hit the monkey, and the monkey was burned.
  377. In the faith for Miroku, there are 下生信仰 as well as 上生信仰, and the former was more popular in China.
  378. In the fall of 1481, he traveled to Mino Province.
  379. In the fall of 1614, while the relationship between Osaka forces and Tokugawa forces was straining, he entered the Osakajo Castle by invitation from Hideyori TOYOTOMI.
  380. In the fall of 1862, he went to the capital, serving as a bodyguard of Sadahiro MORI, the successor to the lord of the domain.
  381. In the fall of every year, 'Torigoe Soba Flower Festival' and 'New Crop Torigoe Soba Festival' are organized.
  382. In the fall of that same year he departed from Japan due to his wife's illness.
  383. In the fall, Okayashiki Buckwheat Production Cooperative organizes 'Soba-no-sato Hana Matsuri' (Flower Festival of the Home of Soba).
  384. In the family house, her brother-in-law (her older sister's husband) Takeo KIYOHARA, a shakan (dormitory dean) and PE teacher, mesmerized her, saying: "You have the power of toshi [clairvoyance]," and tested her, which brought forth such good results that he continued her training.
  385. In the family of the regent of the Emperor there was a fight between the chief adviser to the Emperor, FUJIWARA no Tadamichi, and the minister of the left, FUJIWARA no Yorinaga, who were brothers, and then Tadamichi and Yorinaga each approached Emperor Goshirakawa and retired Emperor Sutoku.
  386. In the family register, her name was 'Shiyo.'
  387. In the family tree of the Kitsurengawa-Shionoya clan, Koreyori was also the third leader of the Shionoya clan of the Minamoto family, however, this material was written differently from the historical facts as described above.
  388. In the family tree, the father of Kazuuji is Yoshiichi, and there is no mention of Ichimasa who is regarded as the father of Kazuuji in many literatures.
  389. In the family tree, the names and titles of his descendants are not referred to for 14 generations as unknown, but it is mentioned that the ninth in the line of grandsons of OGAMO no Nushi became jingikan (officer of the institution for dedicating to religious ceremony) in the reign of Emperor Uda.
  390. In the family, his nephew, Yoshikane ASHIKAGA, his child, Yoshinori YAMANA and his grandchild, Yoshinari SATOMI, etc. called on Yoritomo and joined in the army, however, Yoshishige himself ignored the request to join in the camp and kept watching the circumstances.
  391. In the famous "A Scroll of Warrior Obusuma Saburo", the house of Saburo OBUSUMA and his elder brother, Jiro YOSHIMI of Musashi Province are depicted, and the paintings and words on the painting tell us that even the people living in the capital knew that the residence of Jiro YOSHIMI was splendid.
  392. In the famous finale, the song "Kamishichiken Serenade" is played and Geisha and Maiko dance to the accompaniment.
  393. In the farewell party of Kyoto University, held before the departure of students for the battlefront, they are said to have done a visit to Heian Shrine with the university president at the front, and to have prayed for the war's victory.
  394. In the feaudal system based on favors and services, it became a natural post for the gokenin who served the bakufu.
  395. In the festival, an approx. ten-meter high tower-like thing called Hashira Matsu, made of pine, is constructed, and hand-held torches are thrown targeting the inverse-corn-shaped umbrella attached to the top of Hashira Matsu
  396. In the festival, people don't grill mochi and Daruma dolls don't appear.
  397. In the festival, the Shojo chases after children and slaps them on the behind with his big hands.
  398. In the festival, you can see powerful arm-held fireworks and the elegant ceremonial fires lit on the surface of a mountain in the shape of the Chinese character of "天" - this reads "ten" in Japanese - which means "Heaven."
  399. In the feudal period, the appearances (unkempt hair, beard and childish clothes) of many Hinin people differed from majority Japanese people.
  400. In the field of Shogi, zoijo means a document that shows conferment of titles to the winners which have gained the titles including ryuo (promoted rook), osho (king), and so on.
  401. In the field of Waka poetry, (a traditional Japanese poetry style) Matsukaze was used as a pillow word, which means "waiting."
  402. In the field of art, many works were influenced by fin-de-si?cle (end of the century) arts, including art nouveau, art deco, or expressionism.
  403. In the field of art, the architecture of Horyu-ji Temple and Toshodai-ji Temple was largely influenced by China, but, the Uji-byodoin Temple was constructed as preferred by Japanese people.
  404. In the field of astronomy, he was completely against Western astronomy by writing "Seigaku gimon" (literally, "questions of studies of stars" (1874) and "Tenchiron seiron"(1881).
  405. In the field of biology, it is important to carefully watch the appearance of the object and its movements.
  406. In the field of carbon electrodes for aluminum smelting, SEC Carbon enjoys approximately 45% of the world-market share, with all main products being produced in its site in Osadano Industrial park.
  407. In the field of commerce, the city was once flourished with shopping streets in the central urban district and metropolitan large-scale retail stores including Fukuchiyama Family and SATO (in Kyoto Prefecture).
  408. In the field of cultural science, 'SAIGYO and Ise Province' by Jun KUBOTA.
  409. In the field of diplomatic relationships, he kept a friendly relationship with the Taira clan based on its huge economic power and on the other hand he harbored MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune, an Onzoshi (son of a distinguished family) of the Minamoto clan.
  410. In the field of fishery, the advanced fishing method which had developed along the shore of the Inland Sea and Kumano spread across Japan, and the cultivation of salt fields in which brine is brought through tidal action along the coast of the Inland Sea improved the mass production of salt, which developed the nationalwide distribution system of salt.
  411. In the field of haiku, cherry blossoms falling like a snowstorm is regarded as a scenery distinctive of spring (in particular the season between late spring to early summer), so "hanafubuki" is designated as a kigo (a word depicting a season) for spring.
  412. In the field of history and education studies, the prevailing theory is to regard this as origin of the Imperial Rescript of Education.
  413. In the field of history, Chusei Nihongi is reevaluated as a good approach for the system of the dynasty state to reorganize the spiritual world of the warrior class and others, who acquired Buddhist-like rationalism.
  414. In the field of kabuki, the term aikata refers to instrumental music which is played, accompanying the movements of actors, including entrances and exits, in kuromisu (a slatted room at the stage right) (geza music).
  415. In the field of life sciences, one of the genes that induce apoptosis is called 'Harakiri'.
  416. In the field of literary study, this is discussed in even narrower perspectives of 'narrative discourse,' 'narrative contents,' and 'narration.'
  417. In the field of literature, Chuse Nihongi has been redefined as an ideological experiment that figured on the establishment of high-level metaphysics equal to Buddhism based on the existing system of Japanese mythologies.
  418. In the field of literature, he pointed at idealism to describe subjective concepts, such as ideals and principles, which caused confrontation with Shoyo TSUBOUCHI who contrarily looked to realistic anti-idealism to describe things and phenomenons objectively.
  419. In the field of literature, the oldest existing collection of Chinese poems "Kaifuso" (Fond Recollections of Poetry) was edited in 751, containing Chinese poems from the latter half of the seventh century and on, including poems by the Emperor Kobun, Prince Otsu, the Emperor Monmu, and Prince Nagaya.
  420. In the field of machinery, a structure of two exterior parts stuck together horizontally or vertically is referred to as 'monaka structure' supposing that the experior parts are the thin crispy wafers and the internal machinery is the bean jam.
  421. In the field of manufacturing industry, there is the Osadano Industrial Park (one of the largest inland industrial parks) in the city and its total value of annual shipment has been increasing.
  422. In the field of medical science in Wakayama Prefecture, he and Seishu HANAOKA are both highly recognized and there is a common phrase 'Seishu of the north, and Hoshu of the south.'
  423. In the field of medicine, a doctor who practiced Western science was said to be a Ranpoi (a person who studied Western medicine by means of Dutch language), in contrast to herb doctor.
  424. In the field of music, the opera "Madama Butterfly" composed by Giacomo Puccini was influenced by Japonism.
  425. In the field of natural science, 'The Ecology of Influenza Virus' by Hiroshi KIDA.
  426. In the field of natural science, observation is to watch an object carefully to derive something from it and it becomes a base of an analysis.
  427. In the field of political history, there are two different views on the bakumatsu period, one of which sees it as a normal transitional period, and another which views the period as a unique state of governance, separate from the previous system.
  428. In the field of pops, Hideki TOGI, a Hichiriki player, plays arranged and original popular music using the Hichiriki sound and frequently comes out in the media; he has renewed the image of Gagaku and introduced it to the public.
  429. In the field of social science, 'Is Social Order Determined by Rules or Models?' by Tamito YOSHIDA.
  430. In the field of urban renewal, he issued the above-mentioned "Kyurikino-rei," established "Ninsoku Yoseba" (the facilities to support self-sustenance of a criminal of a minor offence or a person likely to commit a crime), and took other measures as well.
  431. In the field-related ryo code in the existing Yoro ritsuryo code, kubunden is specified as follows:
  432. In the field-related ryo code, it is specified that a field of approx. five hectares should be supplied to each adult man (teidan), of which approx. four hectares was supplied as kubunden and the remaining approx. one hectare as segyoden (this term was changed to eigyoden later).
  433. In the fields of accomplished arts, entertainment, sumo and the martial arts etc the names (full name) of practitioners are handed down.
  434. In the fields of architecture and real estate, 'tsubo' (1 tsubo corresponds to a space of two Japanese tatami mats) is informally but regularly used as a unit for showing the size of land and floor.
  435. In the fields of calligraphy and temple architecture, the term 'Wayo' is used more often than Wafu.
  436. In the fields other than philosophy, he produced a large number of reviews and essays on Basho MATSUO, Kanzan poetry, Leo Tolstoy, and Rainer Maria Rilke.
  437. In the fifteenth century, there existed a Japanese settlement called Sanpo in the southern part of the Korean Peninsula, and major forces in the western part of Japan such as the So clan maintained amicable relations with the Korean Dynasty using Sanpo as their base.
  438. In the fifth book, letters without clear dates were compiled.
  439. In the fifth century, as the Germanic peoples succeeded to the authority of the Roman Empire, the lords of Romans were replaced by other ethnic groups.
  440. In the fifth century, some zenpo-koen-fun, much larger than before, were constructed mainly in the Osaka Plain.
  441. In the fifth century, the Mononobe clan showed great military performance in the conflict over succession of imperial throne and produced the chief administrator in the era of the Emperor Yuraku.
  442. In the fifth century, the Yamato Kingdom began paying tributes to the Chinese Court.
  443. In the fifth century, the five kings of Wa (yamato, ancient Japan) dispatched envoys to China.
  444. In the fifth month of 1335, the Zo dairi kojisho ("the office for the oversight of construction projects on the Imperial palace") was created in order to plan and execute construction projects for the Imperial palace.
  445. In the fifth month, the roles and responsibilities of the honke and ryoke within the shoen system were abolished.
  446. In the fifth story from the top, there was a twelve-mat Japanese room with painting, which was called "kacho no ma" (Room of the Flowers and Birds).
  447. In the fifth volume of "Taiheiki" (The Record of the Great Peace) there is a description, 'Sagami no Nyudo was not frightened by the yokai at all.'
  448. In the fifth year of Emperor Suinin's reign, he incited his younger sister Sahohime no mikoto to assassinate the Emperor, who was her husband, however, his attempt was failed.
  449. In the fight at the Hagiwara bank in this battle, Hachiro MIYAZAKI of the combined troop was killed and Shinsuke BEPPU had his legs injured seriously.
  450. In the fight he killed Kanae OAKI, a Roshi from the Tosa Domain, and received reward money for it.
  451. In the fight, Kojiro passed out, and after he woke up, Musashi's disciples beat him to the death.
  452. In the fight, Kojiro was defeated.
  453. In the fighting with Yamata no Orochi, Ashinazuchi and Tenazuchi, whose daughter Kushinada-hime later became the wife of Susanoo, said that they were children of Oyamatsumi.
  454. In the figure, the ratio of length of blue line and red line, green line and blue line, and purple line and green line are equally 1 : 1+√5/2 = 1 : 1.168...
  455. In the figures, the garments worn on the upper part of the body hang out over the garments for the lower part of the body.
  456. In the film version of Teito Monogatari and Teito Taisen, he is changed to the fictional character called Kanamikoho.
  457. In the films such as "Zigeunerweisen" (the movie), "Kagero-za" and "Yumeji," Suzuki captured profound and beautiful screen images.
  458. In the final act ('ogiri') another dancing was provided.
  459. In the final battle of the Battle of Sekigahara, the 'western' army was the first to gain an advantage and Sakon took the lead and fought bravely, but he was shot from the flank by Nagamasa KURODA's firearm unit and made a temporary retreat (it is also said that he died at this time).
  460. In the final days of the war, the operation of express trains was stopped, and when the operation of express trains restarted in 1946, the express trains began making stops at Tanbabashi Station instead of here.
  461. In the final phase of the fight, the troops of Yoshihiro SHIMAZU, which tried to retreat through among the enemy forces, came immediately in front of the headquarters of the eastern side forces, where Ieyasu stayed, while staging a furious attack.
  462. In the final scene of one such story, he crawls through the snow to the Kira-tei Residence, suffering from lung disease, and dies outside the walls, coughing up blood and hearing his fellows' roars of triumph from within.
  463. In the final section, the preface refers to the process of compiling the anthology and ends with the future prospects of waka.
  464. In the final selection whose result was announced in Lisbon on July 7, 2007, Kiyomizu-dera Temple ranked second.
  465. In the final stage, the type and shape of the earthen vessel became full of variety as its use became varied, so there also appeared a earthen vessel that has the same shape as today's teapot.
  466. In the final years of the Edo period, each domain competed in the hiring of foreigners to serve their lords; as such, they were also called Okakae-gaikokujin (foreigners in service).
  467. In the final years of the Edo period, when political tensions were continually at their peak, arms and warships were the main goods Japan imported.
  468. In the first "alternate writing" of the Nihonshoki, it describes that the Mikusa no Takara (the Three Treasures)--the Yasakani no magatama (the sacred jewel), the Yata no Kagami (the eight-span mirror) and the Kusanagi no Tsurugi--were granted by Amaterasu Omikami, namely Amatsuhiko hikoho no ninigi no mikoto.
  469. In the first 14 chapters of Hokekyo, Shoho-jisso (true aspect of all phenomena), Junyoze (Buddhism Ten Factors of Life), and Jobutsu (becoming Buddha) of Nijo (believer of Hinayana) are being preached.
  470. In the first Diet convened on November 25, 1890, YAMAGATA proposed substantial military budgets increase from the standpoint of his own belief, "Protection of sovereignty and defense of benefit line".
  471. In the first War Japan was involved in, the Sino-Japanese War and the Russo-Japanese War, the Emperor directly trained the soldiers at the Imperial headquarters.
  472. In the first and second grade, students are exempted from the former half tuition.
  473. In the first article of the Edict, a system of complete state ownership of land and people (abolition of privately owned land and people) was stipulated but the right of possession of Kakibe and manor by Tomonomiyatsuko and Kuninomiyatsuko (the heads of local governments) was approved.
  474. In the first battle of Kizukawaguchi, the aim of which was to relieve the Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple, which played the pivotal role in the siege around Nobunaga, the Mori navy defeated the Kuki suigun navy on the Oda side with its main forces comprising the Kobayakawa navy and the Murakami navy.
  475. In the first case, script writers began to put 'homekotoba' as a part of script and let a player speak them to praise the costar for his attractive visage, from before the Tenna era (1681-1683) or around Genroku era (1688-1703).
  476. In the first century, Wakoku was established mainly in the northern Kyushu, and the king of wakoku established the capital in Wanonanokuni (small country in the Hakata area of Fukuoka prefecture) close to the Hakata Bay, paying tribute to the Han dynasty.
  477. In the first chapter of the former Imperial Family Law, it says 'the Imperial Throne of the Empire of Japan should be succeeded by male Imperial Family members who are in the line of the successive Emperor.
  478. In the first conquest of Choshu Yoshikatsu became Sotoku of Seicho (governor conquering of Choshu).
  479. In the first conquest of Choshu, he was attacked by Zokuron-to (Sodetogi-bashi Bridge incident) due to his claiming of superficial obedience to the Bakufu and secret reinforcement of armaments, being seriously injured, but narrowly escaped death thanks to an operation conducted by Ikutaro TOKORO, a doctor and a ronin of Mino.
  480. In the first demonstration, peasants was able to meet Takeaki ENOMOTO, the Minister of Agriculture and Commerce, who visited the copper-poisoned area in Ashio right after the meeting with the peasants.
  481. In the first edition, Choryu's theory was cited in many instances, and the book effectively depicted Keichu's commentary and criticism in regard to a single poem.
  482. In the first episode, an explanation about dragons given by Yoshizane SATOMI in seeing a white dragon going to heaven, quoting books of all ages is well known (and called 'ryugaku' [dragonology] by researchers).
  483. In the first exhibition room, there is a system to aid visitors viewing exhibitions, made by combining QR codes and cell phones, has been developed and installed mostly by students from the information history sub-course in of the literature department.
  484. In the first half of 1863, court nobles with ties to the Choshu clan, who were known as the Tobaku Sonjo-ha (lit. anti-shogunate, pro-Emperor, pro-foreigner-expulsion faction), were the dominant group in the Imperial Court.
  485. In the first half of 2006, it was reported on many newspapers that whale meat was oversupplied in Japan.
  486. In the first half of the 7th century, "Tennoki" (a record of emperors) was compiled by Prince Shotoku as well.
  487. In the first half of the Edo Period, the city was no bigger than present day Chiyoda Ward and its surrounding areas, and the outer moat of the Edo Castle was dug to encompass this area.
  488. In the first half of the Heian period, farmers became more hierarchical and the national system based on the Ritsuryo system that had continued from the previous period had reached its limit.
  489. In the first half of the Nara period, Taiho Ritsuryo - drafted by Osakabe no Miko (Prince Osakabe) and others and completed and enforced in 701 - was the fundamental law of Japan.
  490. In the first half of the Yamato Period, the Otomo clan, the Mononobe clan and the Soga clan held real power at different times.
  491. In the first half of the eight century, the move to strengthen the Ritsuryo system became active.
  492. In the first half of the hobenbon in the Lotus Sutra, Junyoze (Buddhism Ten Factors of Life) was preached and sanjo was briefly established, and then the preaching of ichijo was made.
  493. In the first half of the incipient period, the combinations of stone tools vary by the remains.
  494. In the first half of the story, Agui no Hoin identifies himself and says he's on his way to Ishiyama-dera Temple, meets the soul of Murasaki Shikibu and holds a dialog with persons standing in front of Ishiyama-dera Temple gate, after which the second half begins.
  495. In the first half of the tenth century when Emperor Daigo tried to reconstruct the organization of government according to the ritsuryo codes and started the work to compile Engi no kyakushiki (regulations and laws of the Engi era), kotaishiki was recompiled in the work as well.
  496. In the first half, while the female Shite is speaking to the monk about her memories with her husband, she recalls a poem she had dedicated to him a long time ago.
  497. In the first kabuki stage by Toho Co., Ltd. in the following year, 1955, they performed together at Tokyo Takarazuka Theater.
  498. In the first layer of the Kondo in Horyu-ji Temple, the gejin has five Ken (space between pillars) in the front and four Ken in the side, and the naijin three in the front and two in the side.
  499. In the first match in Nagano between the two teams, persons wearing armors of Takeda's forces and those of Uesugi forces staged performances, and such performances have been staged there thereafter.
  500. In the first month of 1212, he was chosen to be the first archer in the yumi-hajime (an archery ceremony) in front of the Shogun MINAMOTO no Sanetomo, but had not brought a bow, so he took up the rough wooden bow he was given and displayed his great strength as well as his surpassing skill in archery.
  501. In the first month of 1254, Motohira was awarded the rank of the peerage.
  502. In the first month of 1334, the ceremony of the investiture of the Crown Prince was held, and Imperial Prince Tsunenaga (whose mother was Yasuko ANO) was chosen as Crown Prince.
  503. In the first month of 50 B.C., the emperor summoned Toyoki no Mikoto and Ikume no Mikoto (Emperor Suinin) to decide which of the two would be made crown prince.
  504. In the first month of 739, Komushi was promoted from Shorokuinojo (Senior Sixth Rank, Upper Grade) to Ge-jugoinoge (Jugoinoge [Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade] given to persons outside Kyoto).
  505. In the first month of the first year of the Jokyu era (1219), the third Seii Taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians"), Minamoto no Sanetomo, was assassinated by his own nephew, Kugyo.
  506. In the first part of "Kojiki," Tsukuyomi was born from Izanagi no mikoto as she rinsed her right eye and, together with her other children Amaterasu and Susanoo, is called Mihashira no tattokiko (the three noble children).
  507. In the first part of the Kamakura period, Tsunetane CHIBA wanted to become jito of the manor, but he could not achieve this.
  508. In the first part of the article on the enthronement of Osazaki no Sumeramikoto (Emperor Nintoku) in the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) (from the end of the fourth century to the beginning of the fifth century), the words 'Okimi, image...' are seen, but it is unclear whether these words were used from this period.
  509. In the first part of the maeuta or the last part of the slow part of a maeuta, some have a solo which consists of only a short song.
  510. In the first part of the ninth century, Ennin introduced the Nenbutsu Zanmai Ho (method of mental absorption in the Buddhist invocation) of Wutai Shan (in China) to Mt. Hiei and Genshin (priest) perfected Tendai Jodo sect by writing "Ojoyoshu" (The Essentials of Salvation).
  511. In the first part, the policies for national defense outlined the national goal and strategy, objective and policy for national defense, imagined enemy, situational judgment, and required armaments.
  512. In the first part, the total number of rice fields and the total amount of the annual tax to be imposed were written, and in the second part, the details of 'joden' (tax-free rice fields) and 'teiden' (taxable rice fields) were written.
  513. In the first place, 'being offered any meal' means that you are visiting him at mealtime or you have extended your stay until mealtime, and this kind of action should be regarded as unmannerly from common-sense.
  514. In the first place, Heike no Ochudo were fugitives of the Taira family side who were repeatedly defeated in the Battle of Ichi no tani, the Battle of Yashima and the Battle of Dan no ura during the Genpei War in which Seiwa-Genji (Minamoto clan) and the Taira family fought a decisive battle.
  515. In the first place, Naganori ASANO was punished for causing injury but Ako Roshi raised a fuss to revenge for Yoshinaka KIRA without permission of bakufu, which cannot be forgiven from a legal standpoint.'
  516. In the first place, Tanba, Tajima and Tango were divided up into two prefectures by people like Toshimichi OKUBO in the Meiji government who wanted to strengthen centralized control, ignoring their regional similarities.
  517. In the first place, an armed clash might have broken out if European countries had a strong desire to colonize Japan, and just because Japan was under 'national isolation' would have had little meaning.
  518. In the first place, because traditional administrative and judicial systems were totally dissolved due to Haihan-chiken, it was necessary to establish alternative systems quickly.
  519. In the first place, it is physically impossible to run down a steep cliff while riding a horse.
  520. In the first place, little is known about the completion of the Aobyoshi-bon, and it is said that FUJIWARA no Teika compared many manuscripts, but it is unknown what manuscripts were actually collected for reference.
  521. In the first place, one can say it was essentially an invalid practice as it was no more than a private name between a vassal and his shugo daimyo, and was not under control of the Imperial Court.
  522. In the first place, the "Statement calling for the annexation of Korea" said Korea and Japan would establish one government anew on an equal basis to create a large empire, which was not acceptable at all to Japan in view of the circumstances of those days.
  523. In the first place, the 'bamboo and sparrow' is the Uesugi family crest [*5 and 6]).
  524. In the first place, the Japanese Army and the Seiyukai were seeking a compromise on the increase of two army divisions.
  525. In the first place, the Yamato Sarugaku troupe was originally a group for serving rituals in Kofuku-ji Temple.
  526. In the first place, the authority of uji no choja was on a declining trend in the Heian period, and possessing influence on personnel affairs for the said clans under the system of uji no shaku resulted in restrengthening the authority of uji no choja.
  527. In the first place, the construction of the Todai-ji Temple started during the lifetime of your father, TACHIBANA no Moroe.'
  528. In the first place, the term 'monogatari' referred also to 'chatting' in literary works from the Heian period such as "The Tale of Genji."
  529. In the first place, the three stars were the design of super realism by the students at the art university, and they just chose them as a pattern.
  530. In the first place, to apply a racial characteristic or a national characteristic to an individual high-handedly can bring out a prejudice if it goes too far, so it is a dangerous action.
  531. In the first place, what are actually used in the ceremony are 'katashiro' (incarnations or replicas).
  532. In the first place, who were buried in burial mounds in the Asuka region have been rarely identified.
  533. In the first place, why was Tochi no Himemiko who was a widow and experienced giving birth selected as Saigu who should be unmarried (virgin) woman?
  534. In the first play, the leading roles were performed by Danjuro ICHIKAWA VII as Kanpei and Kikugoro ONOE III as Okaru.
  535. In the first popularity vote on ghosts held by the tourist association of Sakaiminato City (Mizuki's hometown), Tottori Prefecture, Ittan-momen won first place; for details about its character in the comic book, please refer to the article of "Ittan-momen" (Ge Ge Ge no Kitaro).
  536. In the first round of judging, 20 participants are chosen based on the provided demo tapes, and in the second round, 10 participants are chosen for the final on the basis of a live public performance.
  537. In the first series, Tokaido of "Tetsudo Shoka (Songs of Railways)" written by Takeki OWADA in 1900, the views of Omihakkei appears in the all lyrics.
  538. In the first stage of negotiations Ambassador plenipotentiary Kiyotaka KURODA and the Vice-envoy Kaoru INOUE from Japan and General of the Royal Brigade Heon SHIN and Minister of Rites Ja-seung YUN from Korea attended.
  539. In the first stage of the 11th century, the Joshin (a people lived in eastern China and northern Korea) attacked Northern Kyushu (Toi invasion in 1019).
  540. In the first stage of the legend of Kosho-ji Temple, Ryogen, believed as the seventh head priest, said it was built by Shinran, however, it is said that Ryogen in fact relocated Shinran's lodge at Kyoto's Gojo Nishinotoin and converted it into a temple around 1321.
  541. In the first statement of Ordinance 2, Clause 1 of the same law, the concept that the building and 'the land or other construction that forms the value' is a 'tangible cultural property' that is eligible for designation as an important cultural property was included and clearly described.
  542. In the first style of tea ceremony, the place where the tea was produced was guessed while enjoying beautifully made tea cups, but later the action of drinking the tea itself came to be valued mentally through its prevalence.
  543. In the first term, "The Tale of Genji" was widely read as an interesting novel by both the upper and lower classes in aristocratic society.
  544. In the first to the third volumes, the history and appointments of monks in China were added and these parts were called 'uragaki' (additional parts).
  545. In the first volume of "Hiraizumishi" (The History of Hiraizumi) (edited by Mafuji TAKAHIRA, the head of the Koseikan runned by the Ichinoseki Domain), there is an article about the battle at Kanazawasaku in Go Sannen no Eki (Later Three-Year Campaign):
  546. In the first volume of 'Wakana,' she left the Imperial family and got married to Hikaru Genji, becoming his lawful wife.
  547. In the first volume of the "Nihonshoki," the fourth issho (addendum) of the the eighth section, which describes the defeat of Yamatanoorochi (the Eight-Forked Serpent), says as follows.
  548. In the first volume, Tsubouchi stated that the essence of novels is to describe human nature and description of the society and public morals should come next, and in the second volume he showed specific approaches.
  549. In the first year of the Ansei era, Shin-yoshiwara, Shinagawa, and Sankenchi itowappu Saruya-cho kaisho were incorporated into Edo.
  550. In the first year of the Meiji period, Kokugen-ji Temple was relocated from the holly precincts of Emperor Jimmu's mausoleum to the site where Okubo-dera Temple previously stood, but some people believe that the barrow in Misanzai was originally the stylobate of Kokugen-ji Temple Hojo do.
  551. In the first year of the Tensho, the Emperor Ogimachi was 57 years old (in Tensho 9 he was 65 years old), and Prince Sanehito was 22 years old (in Tensho 9 he was 30 years old).
  552. In the first years its role was simply to provide fuel and drinking water to any foreign ships that arrived; it was then opened officially in 1859, whereupon land was reclaimed from the coastal Oura area starting in 1860 and the settlement was founded.
  553. In the flatlands (Fukuchiyama Regional Meteorological Observing Station), the average temperature is approximately fourteen degrees Celsius, the annual rainfall is approximately 1,500 mm, and the annual hours of daylight are approximately 1,400.
  554. In the floor plan which reconstructs the Kaisho (meeting place) of Higashiyamadono (villa at Mt. Higashiyama) of Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA, all were sliding doors, inner partitions were all Fusuma-shoji, and external partitions of the south and west sides were Koshidaka-akari-shoji.
  555. In the folk faith of China it is expressed as a figure that has a green face with an umbrella in the right hand and a silver mouse in the left hand.
  556. In the following 1236, he made self-ordination at the Todai-ji Temple with Kakujo, Ensei, and Ugon, and went to the Kairyuo-ji Temple; then in 1237 he returned to the Saidai-ji Temple and made kekkai (to restrict a certain area to prevent priests from prohibiting the precepts) to revive the Ritsu sect.
  557. In the following 1569, however, Kunitora was defeated by Motochika.
  558. In the following 1886, he went to Tokyo and entered Gakushuin School Corporation, but dropped out.
  559. In the following 200-meter preliminary race, Mishima ended up in the lowest rank defeated by the sprinters from England, America and Germany.
  560. In the following April, Emperor Juntoku passed his position to become the Retired Emperor, and Emperor Chukyo ascended to the throne that Michiie became Sessho (regent) due to him for being the relative.
  561. In the following Battle of Dannoura, Yoshitsune achieved distinguished service defeating the Heishi (Taira clan), and he returned to Kyoto as a hero who hunted down and killed the Heishi.
  562. In the following Bunkyu Reforms (reforms in the Bunkyu era [1861 - 1864]), the military system was reformed rapidly: For example, military officers were selected among the hatamoto who had completed the training of rifle shooting and gunnery, based on their competence.
  563. In the following March, he was caught in a fire, and lost many belongings including lecture notebooks.
  564. In the following Meiji Government, the separation of Buddhism and Shintoism, land-tax reform, and the introduction of state-Shintoism transformed the structure of Miyaza; the postwar democratization and agrarian reform gave an additional blow.
  565. In the following September, Kono was appointed to Minister of Education by the Emperor, and as a result, Kataoka was appointed to Secretary of Osaka after returning to the Ministry of the Interior (Japan) since he was discharged as Secretary to the Minister of Education.
  566. In the following article, a part of incidents and events affected by 'Bankoku Koho' will be introduced (Yasuoka 1998).
  567. In the following descriptions, "research forest" is basically used to refer to this particular forest, but "field practice forest" is also used when referring to historical descriptions.
  568. In the following examples, engo are marked by quotation marks.
  569. In the following explanation the term setsubun is used to mean the day before the beginning of spring, referring to various events to be held on that day.
  570. In the following four situations, Tenshudai and Tenshu were not constructed in the Edo period.
  571. In the following list, the buses on the routes other than the Uji-Yodo route are operated exclusively by Keihan Uji Bus.
  572. In the following month, Emperor Antoku was given the family name 'Tokihito' and became a crown prince.
  573. In the following month, Takauji reached Kyoto, while Emperor GO-Daigo fled to Mt. Hiei.
  574. In the following month, however, he was promoted to Naidaijin (Minister of the Interior).
  575. In the following month, the relationship between Kiyomori and Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa completely fell part, and the Goshirakawa cloister government ended by Coup in the Third Year of Jisho.
  576. In the following official sumo tournament of May, he was promoted to komusubi.
  577. In the following paragraphs, we list the main legislaion and their interpretation.
  578. In the following performance, he spoke slower than the previous day, and his performance received good reviews.
  579. In the following periods the number of remains also shows the tendency to increase.
  580. In the following regions, soybean-based fermented foods similar to natto are sold.
  581. In the following section, the latter part of the Showa period in the history of sake is defined as the period after 1973 when the consumption of sake began to decrease.
  582. In the following sentences, when necessary, we may refer to some events that occurred in the areas which used to be Spanish territories or in the sphere of their influence (Latin American countries, the Philippines etc.) in each time period.
  583. In the following spring Fujitsubo gives birth to a baby boy.
  584. In the following spring on March 3, a storm strikes the beach where Genji is performing his ablutions.
  585. In the following spring, after the festival of the cherry blossoms is held at the Imperial court, Genji has an affair with a princess.
  586. In the following tournament Kiseisha added Chikucho NOZAWA called an ever-victorious shogun, and in this tournament which ended in 1929, Kiseisha had 14 wins, 26 losses and 2 draws (KARIGANE had 4 wins and 9 losses).
  587. In the following tournament, however, while Kajiro NISHINOUMI (the first) who scored only five wins as sekiwake (a sumo wrestler of the third highest rank) was promoted to ozeki, ODATE was kept in the position of "sanyakukakuharidashi (deputy to three highest rank)".
  588. In the following year (1118), a person who called himself Yoshichika appeared in Hitachi Province.
  589. In the following year (1170), however, he was summoned and returned to his original rank and became a court noble in 1171 with the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  590. In the following year (1356), another effort was made to put down Tadafuyu.
  591. In the following year (1576), he killed the Kitabatake, including Tomonori KITABATAKE, his adoptive father, to eliminate the Kitabatake forces.
  592. In the following year (1592) he departed for Nagoya in Bizen no kuni (Bizen Province) to take part in the Bunroku-Keicho War.
  593. In the following year (1617), when the Honda family was transferred to Himeji in Harima Province, she left Kuwana and moved to Himeji, where she came to be known as Queen Harima.
  594. In the following year (1887), the organization realized the attendance of the Meiji Emperor to a Kabuki presented on the temporary stage set up at the residence of Foreign Minister Kaoru INOUE.
  595. In the following year (1897), Kyoto Imperial University was established by using some facilities of the former Third High School (Daisan Koto Gakko) (the former Third High School was moved).
  596. In the following year (1947), running as a Liberal Party candidate, he was elected in the first regular Upper House election.
  597. In the following year (656), she built Okamoto no Miya Palace to move in, so Kawahara no Miya Palace is considered to have been her temporary Palace.
  598. In the following year (859), he established 'To-in' at Mii-dera Temple, Uji-dera Temple (a temple for praying clan's glory) of Otomo clan.
  599. In the following year (in 1093), he passed away in the province where he was posted.
  600. In the following year 1664 on the way back to his country, he was invited by Tadazane OGASAWARA (the lord of the Kokura domain, Buzen Province) and others, and in 1665, he founded Fukuju-ji Temple, and became its kaisan (a founder of the temple as the first chief priest).
  601. In the following year 1922, Makino gathered obscure kabuki actors who have never yet appeared in a film, and shot a feature film titled "Jitsuroku Chushingura" (True Record of the Forty-seven Ronin).
  602. In the following year Nikkyo suffered the punishment of having his ears and nose cut.
  603. In the following year a contract for imported goods was renewed and the lord of the Satsuma Domain, Tadayoshi SHIMAZU, sent a letter to Montblanc thanking him for making a private agreement to establish a trading company.
  604. In the following year after coming back, he wrote Fukanzazengi (the first book written by Dogen after coming back to Japan, where the importance of Zen meditation is emphasized) and promoted the tradition of the sect which focused on Shikantaza.
  605. In the following year after few months since Meirokusha was established, "Meiroku Zasshi" was finally published.
  606. In the following year after his birth, Murashige attempted to rebel against Nobunaga ODA (the Battle of Arioka-jo Castle) and failed.
  607. In the following year after the Ansei Purge, he became a Chunagon (Middle Counselor) but resigned due to illness, and died in bed shortly thereafter.
  608. In the following year he also served as kokushi (provincial governor) of Tosa Province (till 1413).
  609. In the following year he resigned from Kanpaku Toshi choja without making greetings in return for the conferment of the Court rank, he ran away to Settsu Province and stayed there for 12 years.
  610. In the following year he visited the Imperial Palace and had and audience with Emperor Meiji.
  611. In the following year he was assigned to Yamashiro no kuni no kami (Governor of Yamashiro Province) and finally promoted to Sadaiben (major controller of the left) in Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  612. In the following year he was summoned back to the court, and after being appointed Hyobukyo (Chief of Military Affairs), he was reinstated to Gon Chunagon on November 7, 1002.
  613. In the following year in 1236, he received an imperial decree to transfer (install the sacred symbol of a deity in a new shrine) the highest ranked shrine in Shimousa Province, Katori-jingu Shrine.
  614. In the following year in 1710, he moved to Kyoto to study the art of waka poetry with an aristocrat called Sanekage MUSHANOKOJI, whose theory on poetry he recorded as 'Shirin shushu' (Treatise on Waka Poetry).
  615. In the following year in 1870, Edmond Morell from England was appointed as chief architect and construction started.
  616. In the following year of 1119, on July 14, she gave birth to the first Imperial Prince, Imperial Prince Akihito (the seventy-fifth Emperor Sutoku).
  617. In the following year of 1205, Tokimasa planned to install his adopted son-in-law Tomomasa HIRAGA as shogun, killed Shigetada HATAKEYAMA who had opposed to Tomomasa and tried to depose Sanetomo.
  618. In the following year of 1350, Takauji and other launched a campaign to central Japan to hunt down his son-in-law Tadafuyu ASHIKAGA and, during his brother's absence, Tadayoshi fled Kyoto and travelled to the Southern Court with the intention of killing Moronao.
  619. In the following year of 1417, the Battle of Seyahara on the New Year's Day, Ujinori's troops rallied as they defeated the united force of the Edo and Toshima clans.
  620. In the following year of 1461, he departed for the front following Koretoyo YAMANA.
  621. In the following year of 1468, he was given Fukui manor in Harima Province (one of the former territories of the Kikkawa clan) by Katsumoto HOSOKAWA as a reward.
  622. In the following year of 1581, Katsuie went to Kyoto and participated in the Kyoto Umazoroe (military parade) held by Nobunaga, taking people from Echizen including Toshiie MAEDA.
  623. In the following year of 1624, she was officially appointed as Chugu (second consort of an emperor), in October 1625, the second Princess was born.
  624. In the following year of 1887, the Second Higher Middle School (Sendai), the Fourth Higher Middle School (Kanazawa), the Fifth Higher Middle School (Kumamoto), Kagosima Higher Middle Zoshikan School were established one after another.
  625. In the following year of 1917, her family finally became unable to continue by themselves so they moved to Tennoji, Osaka with the assistance of her mother, Yasu's older brother.
  626. In the following year of 1952, he directed "Yamabiko gakko" (The Yamabiko School), a film set in a junior high school in a mountain village.
  627. In the following year of 1953, Kinuyo and the director Yokomizo created "Ugetsu Monogatari" (Tales of Moon and Rain) which won the Silver Lion Award at the Venice Film Festival.
  628. In the following year of 1953, his work was shown at the Cannes Film Festival.
  629. In the following year of 1977, the company released "Hakkodasan" (Mt. Hakkoda), directed by Shiro MORITANI and starring Ken TAKAKURA which was a major hit that broke the distribution records of the time.
  630. In the following year of 650, the governor of Anato (Nagato) Province presented the emperor with a gift of a white pheasant which was interpreted as an auspicious omen, leading to the era name being changed from Taika (literally, Great Change) era to the new era name of Hakuchi (literally, white pheasant) era.
  631. In the following year of 672, the Jinshin War, which was the largest battle fought in ancient times, took place.
  632. In the following year of 719, he was recognized by the imperial family for his merit and given an award of 50 jikifu households (vassal households allotted to courtier, shrines and temples).
  633. In the following year of 741, he transcribed the Senju-kyo sutra of 1,000 scrolls by hand as a Buddhist rite.
  634. In the following year of Komahime's death, Yoshimitsu became a follower of a monk of the Shinshu sect, Jokei, who was preaching in Takatama.
  635. In the following year of Nobusuke's banishment, however, Kanpaku and Sadaijin Hidetsugu infuriated Hideyoshi and was ordered to commit seppuku by him out of the blue, and in addition, the father of Hidetsugu's concubine, Udaijin Harusue KIKUTEI, was also banished to Echigo Province on guilt by association.
  636. In the following year of the Meiji restoration, the government decided to construct the government-owned railways and the construction of the railroad between Shinbashi and Yokohama was started.
  637. In the following year she left her home and moved to Tokyo, and published her first poetry anthology "Midaregami" (Tangled hair) that expressed female sensuality in open fashion with which she established her style as a romantic poet.
  638. In the following year the former company was renamed into Tokyo Entertainment Limited Partnership (TELP).
  639. In the following year when the Retired Emperor Gosanjo became seriously ill soon after Imperial Prince Sukehito was born, he repeatedly confirmed his will that Imperial Prince Sukehito would be the younger brother of Emperor Sanehito who was heir apparent after the enthronement of Emperor Sanehito.
  640. In the following year, 1179, Ario, who was a jido (page) of Shunkan, visited the Kikaiga-shima Island and was reunited with Shunkan, whose appearance had completely changed.
  641. In the following year, 1245, he married Hiwada-hime, daughter of Tsunetoki HOJO (Hiwada-hime died in 1247).
  642. In the following year, 1276, the bakufu planned the dispatch of troops to Goryeo, and at the same time constructed stone tuiji.
  643. In the following year, 1326, he was invited by Takatoki HOJO to establish Zenno-ji Temple in Ise Province and afterwards he traveled to Kamakura, staying in Engaku-ji Temple.
  644. In the following year, 1332, he was exiled to the Oki Island, and the Bakufu (Shogunate), in turn, enthroned Emperor Kogon, who was planned to succeed to the throne after Prince Kuniyoshi.
  645. In the following year, 1339, he was awarded nihon (the second court rank for Imperial Princes), and assumed the post of kengyo (temple or shrine administrator) of Rokusho-ji (Rikusho-ji) Temple.
  646. In the following year, 1352, unification had not been concluded after the Southern Dynasty suppressed Kyoto with military force and pursued Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA.
  647. In the following year, 1355, when Tadafuyu's forces invaded Kyoto, the stronghold at To-ji Temple was defeated, and in 1358 he became a central figure in the Shogunate when appointed as a court official by Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA, the 2nd Shogun.
  648. In the following year, 1362, he moved to Settsu Province to battle, and attacked Mitsunori AKAMATSU.
  649. In the following year, 1391, Ujiyuki and others came back to Kyoto secretly, and was allowed by Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA when they met at Kinkaku-ji temple; Ujiyuki became Shugo of Hoki Province again when Mitsuyuki YAMANA was defeated at the Meitoku War.
  650. In the following year, 1418, Yoshitsugu was killed by Mitsunari TOGASHI on the order of Yoshimochi.
  651. In the following year, 1466, although Rennyo decided that Junnyo would be the successor of the temple in the event of an emergency, this decision caused an issue when Rennyo surrendered to Enryaku-ji Temple in the following year.
  652. In the following year, 1467, a fight broke out between the west force led by Katsumoto HOSOKAWA and east force led by Mochitoyo YAMANA, which developed into the Onin War, and he was called back by Yoshimasa.
  653. In the following year, 1536, Ujiteru IMAGAWA, who succeeded Ujichika, died.
  654. In the following year, 1569, he also had Tomonori KITABATAKE, Ise Kokushi (an officer of Ise Province), surrender, and sent his second son Nobukatsu ODA to become an adopted son of the Kitabatake clan.
  655. In the following year, 1571, he escaped from danger of the fire attack against Mt. Hiei by Nobunaga ODA (in 1571) because he was not on Mt. Hiei at that time.
  656. In the following year, 1580, Kagekatsu caused powerful clans in Echigo to follow him and became the de facto head of the Uesugi family.
  657. In the following year, 1583, her husband Katsuie confronted Hideyoshi HASHIBA and was defeated in the Battle of Shizugatake; as a result, Ichi later killed herself with Katsuie in Kitanosho-jo Castle in Echizen Province.
  658. In the following year, 1585, he was given 10,000 koku (of rice) (a unit of volume: rice 1-koku is 180.39 liter, lumber 1-koku is 0.278 cubic meter) and revived the Rokkaku clan.
  659. In the following year, 1586, Naoharu YUKAWA died.
  660. In the following year, 1596, he was pardoned and returned to Kyoto.
  661. In the following year, 1619, he assumed the position of Soroku (highest-ranking priest of the Gozan, the leader of the Zen sect).
  662. In the following year, 1710, Motohiro strongly demanded to visit Edo, and met with Ienobu and Hiroko, husband and wife.
  663. In the following year, 1751, upon the death of Joshinsai, Fuhaku returned to Kyoto and looked after Joshinsai's affairs for four years.
  664. In the following year, 1792, however, he was expelld from his post to take responsibility for Songo ikken (Songo Incident; incident that Emperor Kokaku tried to give Imperial Prince Sukehito: the Emperor's natural father, daijo-tenno-go [name of the retired emperor], but bakufu [Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun] denied that).
  665. In the following year, 1848, he went to the north branch of Seitoku Shoin (the present Chiba Prefectural Sakura Senior High School), which was a hanko (domain school) located in Kashiwakura Village where was then part of the Sakura domain, adjacent to there, and managed jinya (regional government office)).
  666. In the following year, 1852, he had his name formally entered into his elder sister's family register as an adoptee, and thereafter bore the family name Motosawa.
  667. In the following year, 1858, he studied statecraft and literature under Koan FUJIMORI in Edo, and then went back to his home town.
  668. In the following year, 1864, he had the grave of the Emperor Kameyama repaired, and in the Kinmon Incident of the same year he hid dozens of feudal retainers of the Choshu clan who were chased by the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) army and made them escape.
  669. In the following year, 1868, the Battle of Toba-Fushimi broke out and the new government defeated the army of the previous bakufu, gaining supremacy and increasing the number of clans following them.
  670. In the following year, 1869, the Emperor visited Tokyo again, and Kyoto Gosho started to be maintained in 1877, which continues to this day.
  671. In the following year, 1882, the Hokkaido Development Agency was abolished.
  672. In the following year, 1890, the Imperial Rescript of Education was issued, the Emperor put his efforts into cultivating the morality of the nation who supported the modern Emperor System.
  673. In the following year, 1905, all of Nara Railway's railway assets were taken over by Kansei Railway Company.
  674. In the following year, 1937, Iwao KONGO, who was from the Nomura-Kongo family (also called Kyoto-Kongo family) which was the follower of the Sakado-Kongo family, assumed the position of the headman and succeeded to the head family of the Kongo school on the recommendation of the headmen of the other four schools.
  675. In the following year, 1941, he assumed the position of the 70th chief abbot of the Grand Head Temple Eihei-ji Temple which was the top of the Soto Sect, but he announced his resignation soon after the ceremony of entering the temple and devoted himself to research after this.
  676. In the following year, 1965, he showed great preposterous picture and film techniques in "Kuroi Tobakushi Akuma no Hidarite" (Black gamester's devil left hand) which was the last in the series.
  677. In the following year, 1969, it became independent under the name of Kyoto Prefectural Katsura East Elementary School and has been ever since.
  678. In the following year, 1969, the name of bus stop "Nichire- mae" was changed to "Unitika-mae" (later "Unitika") due to the change of corporate name of Nippon Rayon to Unitika.
  679. In the following year, 2006, the official games were not held by Hanshin and in and after 2007 the second strings game and the exhibition game, let alone the first strings game, were not held.
  680. In the following year, 665, he ordered to build Kodai Sanjo (ancient Korean-style mountain castles) from Northern Kyushu to the coast of the Inland Sea including Ono-jo Castle (Chikuzen Province), Kii-jo Castle and Nagatonoki Castle.
  681. In the following year, 986, adultery with Takiguchi no musha (samurai guard of the Imperial Residence), TAIRA no Munemitsu at the Nonomiya was found out; and she resigned (this incident was later used in the picture scroll, "Koshibagaki soshi").
  682. In the following year, August of 1702, Ryoo left the Bukkoku-ji Temple and retuned to the Jitoku-in Temple.
  683. In the following year, Emperor Go-Daigo escaped from Oki Islands, and raised an army at Mt. Senjosan.
  684. In the following year, Emperor Godaigo was sentenced to deportation to Oki Province, however he refused to abdicate and stood side by side with Emperor Kogon, and the period of the Northern and Southern Courts started from that time.
  685. In the following year, Hideyoshi killed Katsuie SHIBATA and Nobutaka ODA, the vanguards of the anti-Hideyoshi group at the Battle of Shizugatake and made Kazumasu TAKIGAWA surrender.
  686. In the following year, Kanezane was overthrown with his family.
  687. In the following year, Kenkun-sha Shrines (presently renamed Kenkun-jinja Shrine (Tendo City)) were constructed at the Tokyo estate of Nobunaga ODA's descendants and in the Oda family's former territory of Tendo City in Yamagata Prefecture.
  688. In the following year, Kiyoyuki MIYOSHI advised him that he should know when it was time to stop, retire, and enjoy life, but Michizane did not accept the idea.
  689. In the following year, Matthew Perry came to Japan for the second time.
  690. In the following year, Morishige ASHINA of the Edosaki Domain was transferred to Kakunodate Castle in Dewa Province, because he was implicated in a plot conceived by his parental home, the Satake clan.
  691. In the following year, Shigenobu OKUMA, who had left the position in the 1881 Political Crisis, was appointed as the leader of the Rikken Kaishinto (Constitutional Reform Party).
  692. In the following year, Takayoshi ICHIJO died of illness and Yoritomo died in 1199 without getting a spokesman in the Imperial Court.
  693. In the following year, Tokitada, MINAMOTO no Sukekata were banished as they committed the crime of placing a curse against Emperor Nijo.
  694. In the following year, Tokutan-jo Castle was constructed and it functioned until the middle of 9th century, but the three newly instituted counties were later abandoned.
  695. In the following year, Toshimichi OKUBO was assassinated, which left Kuroda as the central figure in the Satsuma domain clique.
  696. In the following year, Tsunemune, the leading figure of Nijo's directly ruled government force, was allowed to go back to his hometown, and Tokitada and MINAMOTO no Sukekata were banished.
  697. In the following year, Yoritsugu was removed from the position of shogun and exiled to Kyoto with his mother Omiya-dono.
  698. In the following year, Yoshiakira advanced but Kyoto was taken by Tadafuyu with help of the defection of Takatsune SHIBA, the Military Governor of Echizen Province, and Yoshiakira withdrew.
  699. In the following year, Yoshikata captured the culprit of the Takiguchi Genbi homicide but was dismissed from the post of the Head of the Imperial Guard based on the allegation that he was involved with the said culprit.
  700. In the following year, all Sangis (Councilors) resigned over the confrontation between Takayoshi KIDO and Takamori SAIGO and SAITOU followed others.
  701. In the following year, all of the functions of the new Meiji government were transferred to Tokyo from Kyoto, paving the way for Tokyo to become the capital city of Japan.
  702. In the following year, although he became Gon Dainagon (provisional chief councilor of state), he died in the same year.
  703. In the following year, an imperial decree for the prohibition against the learning straying from the right path was issued, and the Do school was considered a learning straying from the right path and was oppressed.
  704. In the following year, construction was interrupted by the nirvana of Ichinyo, but in 1701 Shinnyo, the sixteenth head priest of the Higashi Hongan-ji Temple, restarted the construction after the stately ceremony on first anniversary of his death, and relocated the founder's grave and completed the construction of the main hall.
  705. In the following year, drawing the wrath of the company president with "Koroshi no rakuin" (The Brand of Murder), Suzuki was fired from Nikkatsu.
  706. In the following year, for the achievements in the battle, he was given additional stipend of 1,000 goku while maintaining the former stipend of 2,000 goku, and he was appointed to the instructor of Heiho for Hidetada TOKUGAWA.
  707. In the following year, hansatsu (currency issued by a feudal domain) were issued for the first time in the territory because of financial difficulties.
  708. In the following year, he arrived at Changan; the capital, had an audience with Busokuten.
  709. In the following year, he attacked and defeated Okochi Bitchu, the castellan of Miyamori-jo Castle who was senior vassal of the Ishibashi clan.
  710. In the following year, he became a lecturer of Indian Philosophy in Tokyo Imperial University Literature University, and founded Toyo Girls' High School (present-day Toyo girls' senior high school) in 1905.
  711. In the following year, he became a member of the Academy.
  712. In the following year, he became a sojaban and jisha-bugyo and served until 1864.
  713. In the following year, he changed his name from Tokihira to Tsunetaka.
  714. In the following year, he fought against Takayori ROKKAKU, who had joined the West forces at Omi Province, taking Kannon-ji Castle.
  715. In the following year, he headed for Mutsu again and attempted to take over Taga-jo Castle, which was a kokufu (ancient provincial office).
  716. In the following year, he inherited Kanshu-ji temple, a monzeki temple (a temple where the doctrines of the founder of the sect had been handed down) in Yamashina, Kyoto.
  717. In the following year, he married Nobunaga's younger sister, and was given Kitakuwata County and Funai County of Tanba, which had been owned by the Hosokawa clan.
  718. In the following year, he moved from Second Kan-puro to Nikkatsu Studios.
  719. In the following year, he published a novel, "Oshitsunbo" (deaf-mute), in installments in the paper and established himself as a newspaper novelist with his subsequent novels, "Shigureen" and "Kaioumaru."
  720. In the following year, he received kanjo (a ceremony to be the successor) from Shinobitsuna and assumed the position of the chief priest of Horaku-ji Temple, but he handed over the position to a fellow priest two years later.
  721. In the following year, he released a series of okubi-e pictures from publisher Yashichi OHASHIYA, each of which came in a set of two or three panels.
  722. In the following year, he replaced his older brother as Shugodai (deputy military governor) of Chikuzen Province.
  723. In the following year, he supported the Kamakura (Minamoto) side in the Jokyu War, but died on July 22 in the battle in Yodo-gawa River due to a failure of crossing the river caused by the rapid stream.
  724. In the following year, he transferred the post of regent to Hirotoki HOJO to become a priest.
  725. In the following year, he travelled to Nara to study Exoteric Buddhism, Esoteric Buddhism and the Shinto Religion and thereafter he started to study Buddhist precepts at Nonaka-dera Temple (Habikino City) in Kawachi Province under the guidance of Shugen and was bestowed Gusokukai (taking the full precepts) in 1738.
  726. In the following year, he was admitted to the Department of Painting, Kyoto Prefectural School of Art and Crafts.
  727. In the following year, he was also appointed Minbu-kyo (Minister, Ministry of People's Affairs) concurrently.
  728. In the following year, he was appointed Omi Shugo (Military Commissioner of Omi Province), which had been a position held by the Rokkaku clan for generations.
  729. In the following year, he was appointed as Jugoinoge and referred to himself as Uemon no taifu.
  730. In the following year, he was appointed to Kokushi (an officer of local government) in Omi Province, which was Yomei no suke (it refers to an important post of Kenkan (high rank officials) in this context), then in the year after that, he doubled as Sakone gon no chujo (Provisional Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  731. In the following year, he was caught in a storm on his way back to Japan, drifting to the southern sea, and many people boarding the same ship lost their lives.
  732. In the following year, he was concurrently appointed as Harima no kami (Provincial Governor of Harima Province) and the shugo of Harima Province.
  733. In the following year, he was given a position in Emonfu (Headquarters of the Outer Palace Guards).
  734. In the following year, he was given the title of Imperial Prince and became Imperial Prince Komatsunomiya Yorihito.
  735. In the following year, he was ordered to return to Japan and served successively in various positions such as great secretary at the Council of State and as naimu daijo (the third highest post in the Home Ministry); thereafter, he became the councilor of the senate in 1885, taking part in the discussion of the draft Constitution of the Empire of Japan.
  736. In the following year, he was promoted to Jusanmi Chunagon (Junior Third Rank, Associate Chief of the Councilor of State).
  737. In the following year, he was promoted to sobayonin.
  738. In the following year, he was promoted to the court rank of Juichii (Junior First Rank).
  739. In the following year, he was recalled to Heian-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in current Kyoto) from his assigned province, and joined a various debate session held at the residence of FUJIWARA no Michinaga (Tsuchimikado-dono Palace).
  740. In the following year, however, he died before his father.
  741. In the following year, in 1391, Tokihiro and Ujiyuki were defeated and they faced a downfall.
  742. In the following year, in 661, the surviving retainers of Kudara including Fukushin Kishitsu attempted to regain the Shibi Castle by encircling Ryu Jingan, a defense general.
  743. In the following year, in December, the Prince became the Crown Prince.
  744. In the following year, officers including senior lieutenant Chanoine arrived, and firstly, the training commenced in Ota jinya (regional government office) in Yokohama City, and several months later, they transferred to Edo.
  745. In the following year, on February 5, 765 or January 7 on the old calendar, Itaji was granted the Order of Second Class.
  746. In the following year, she accompanied Lord Hideyori to the Imperial Palace in his sedan chair.
  747. In the following year, she issued an imperial decree to transfer the capital to Naniwa-kyo on behalf of the sick emperor.
  748. In the following year, the Emperor finally approved Yoshitaka OUCHI's appointment after being persuaded by others.
  749. In the following year, the Imperial Prince was given 4,000 bunches of rice from both Omi and Iga Provinces, from his uncle Emperor Saga.
  750. In the following year, the Nakasendai War by Tokiyuki HOJO took place, and Kamakura was regained by the HOJO army.
  751. In the following year, the National Convention decided to execute King Louis XVI by guillotine.
  752. In the following year, the Retired Emperor Gotoba moved his residence.
  753. In the following year, the administrative affiliation of Musashi Province with Tosando was transferred to Tokaido, and Fukushin is said to have been involved in this event as the governor of the province.
  754. In the following year, the castle fell after being lost to Ashikaga forces led by Ko no Moroyasu and Takatsune SHIBA, Yoshimasa escaped, but Imperial Prince Takayoshi/Takanaga and Yoshiaki killed themselves, Imperial Prince Tsuneyoshi/Tsunenaga was caught and banished to Kyoto.
  755. In the following year, the group became a religious corporation and changed its name to Jodo Shin Sect Shinrankai.
  756. In the following year, the last remaining set without air-conditioning was exchanged with a set of cars without air-conditioning at Hineno Depot, in the wake of installing ATS-P system at Hanwa Line.
  757. In the following year, the negotiations ended with agreement.
  758. In the following year, the product was renamed 'Instant House Curry.'
  759. In the following year, the successor Nobuyasu ODA was deprived of his territory and transferred to the Tanba Kaibara Domain in Hikami District in Tanba Province (20000 koku), and the Uda-Matsuyama Domain was abolished and ended.
  760. In the following year, together with Tendai-zasu (chief priest of the Tendai sect of Buddhism) Ryogen, he built Eshin-in Temple in Yokogawa of the Enryaku-ji Temple to execute his father's will.
  761. In the following year, upon the Imperial decree, she was instructed to receive an oracle from Usa Hachimangu Shrine.
  762. In the following year, when Emperor Go-Daigo passed away in Yoshino, Takauji began to found Tenryu-ji temple to pray for the soul of the dead emperor.
  763. In the following year, when Napoleon escaped from the Elba, Louis XVIII defected abroad again but returned to France soon after Napoleon's hundred days' rule ended.
  764. In the following, a flow of capturing criminals is described:
  765. In the following, return of lands and people to the emperor which had passed through the same process, was also decided to be implemented on June 17, although it was more complicated than diplomatic issues.
  766. In the following, the Wamyosho books that can be viewed by photographing, copying or directly viewing them are listed first for manuscripts in the order of the hand-copied ages and then for published books in the order of the printed ages:
  767. In the following, we describe the terms related with warming sake, excerpted from the article of Japanese sake.
  768. In the following, we'll focus on hibutsu in Japan.
  769. In the food business, it is a skill much like that of wine sommeliers required for giving advice tailored to each customer's palate or exploring matching food.
  770. In the food courts and so on in supermarkets or home centers, okonomiyaki is often sold in two folded way like the earliest Hiroshimafu-okonomiyaki and wrapped with tin foil.
  771. In the food stalls, the dondon-yaki is sold by putting it between kyogis (paper-thin sheet of wood).
  772. In the food wagon town (later, the okonomiyaki village) which emerged around 1950, Mitsuo ISE called Mitchan and Zenjiro NAKAMURA called Zen-san opened the shops, who are said to have been the originators of Hiroshimafu-okonomiyaki.
  773. In the foot of the Mt. Kinkei in Hiraizumi-cho (Iwate Prefecture), there are graves of Yoshitsune's wife and daughter on the premises of Senju-do Buddhist Hall.
  774. In the foot of the mountain, there are resort properties and former Mikasa Hotel which is an important cultural property.
  775. In the foregoing show, Suzuki made a statement that he had been developing his own style of aesthetics which later came to be referred to as the Seijun Aesthetics from the time of his directorial debut contradicting the generally accepted explanation back then that it suddenly blossomed with the film "Youth of the Beast."
  776. In the foreign settlements at Nagasaki, Yokohama and Kobe, private houses (ijin-kan buildings), office buildings, schools and churches for foreigners were built, generating street landscapes different from traditional Japan.
  777. In the forest which seemed to be moving, the troops of Noriyasu were cutting trees in the forest to use them as shields while advancing.
  778. In the formal funeral held after he actually died, the whole temple was decorated with artificial cherry blossoms and he had his own skull put into a glass box to show to people who attend the funeral because his nickname during his lifetime was 'half-roasted bone'.
  779. In the formation process of the Edo bakufu through the Muromachi, Sengoku, and Azuchi-Momoyama period, the area where the bushi were in charge of the official authority gradually and continuously increased.
  780. In the formative period of the Yamato Dynasty, clans called 'uji' appeared from consanguineous groups called 'kabane,' and such professional groups called 'uji' or 'be' took charge of duties according to their power and ability.
  781. In the former Iwashiro Province area, It was only Fukushima-kotsu Co., Ltd. that added 'Iwashiro' in front of the existing station name as 'Iwashiro Shimizu Station'; the former Japanese National Railways and East Japan Railway Company used the regional name of 'Aizu' like Aizu Takada Station.
  782. In the former Maekawa residence in Mibu of Kyoto, which was the military base of Shinsengumi, there remains a storm door on which Isami KONDO has reportedly written some words.
  783. In the former Satsuma Province, his way of life as it was taught in the Goju (education for the samurai in Satsuma Province) received such great respect that Toshihisa was worshipped even more than his older brother Yoshihiro.
  784. In the former Station Building there was a waiting lounge; however, for a considerable time afterward there was no such lounge except for a small space on Platform 6 and 7.
  785. In the former Yagyu Village, Soekami County, there is a precipice which faces the Yagyu road and is separated from Hotoku-ji Temple by the river, and to its surface clings a huge rock of granite on which a Jizo Bosatsu-ryuzo (standing statue of the Guardian Deity of travelers and children) commonly called 'Hoso Jizo' (Smallpox Jizo) is carved.
  786. In the former case of the traditional style, each component of Eight Views is a combination of the place for the scenery and the phenomenon or object there.
  787. In the former case, Nihonshoki has it that the curse was placed because the Ama no Murakumo no Tsurugi Sword stolen from Atsuta-jingu Shrine and lost was presented to the Imperial Court and stored there.
  788. In the former case, Osakanoseki, instead of Aracinoseki, was included in Sangen.
  789. In the former case, criminals were taken to kujiyado (an inn where people who are on a lawsuit-related business trip stayed), machiyakunin (municipal official) or gonin-gumi of the town of residence.
  790. In the former dynasty, Ming, "sakuho" and "choko" had a large weight in the relation with various foreign countries, and such system itself remained without large change until the era of Qing.
  791. In the former half of the Kamakura period, the nominal rule of the cloistered emperor still continued in Kyoto, but Kamakura gradually replaced Kyoto as the center stage of Japanese politics and culture.
  792. In the former jinya site in Wakasano, the office building where paper money-related jobs were done still exists.
  793. In the former location of Seinen Shihan-Gakko, Takahara Bunkyojo Classroom (closed in March 1959) was established.
  794. In the former part of his life, Shigeyoshi NABESHIMA was responsible for budget reform of the domain as Ukeyaku (an administrative officer who manages the affairs of the domain) of the Saga Domain.
  795. In the former, (1) three high level bureaucrats (Grand minister of state and Ministers of the Right and Left) were heads of the Grand Council of State, but the regent did not have an official rank.
  796. In the former, calcium sulfate, magnesium chloride, calcium chloride or magnesium sulfate, etc., is used as a coagulant, and in the latter glucono-delta-lactone is used as a coagulant.
  797. In the former, the article 34 of Goseibai-shikimoku (code for conduct for samurai) stated 'Regardless of rape or adultery, an adulterer shall forfeit a half of his shoryo (territory) and be banned from entering government service.
  798. In the forth story from the top, two rocks and various trees were painted on the west wall panel of about 22m width, and therefore this space was called the "iwa no ma" (Cliff Room).
  799. In the four major festivals, all school staff and students were obliged to make a deep bow and read the Imperial Rescript on Education with respect.
  800. In the four provinces of Ise, Omi, Mino and Echizen, kondei were formed with people who were between 20 years old and 40 years old and were trained in archery and horseback riding, and they were selected from young members of gunji (local magistrate) families and peasants.
  801. In the fourteenth century, samurai families, instead of temples, came to protect dengaku and its theatrical costumes, properties and stages became luxurious.
  802. In the fourth ITO cabinet, he took positions such as the Minister of Communication.
  803. In the fourth Oshidashi (petition), the peasants and the police clashed and many peasants were arrested (Kawamata Incident).
  804. In the fourth century, when Christianity became official, the birthplace of Christianity, Palestine, especially, the birthplace of Jesus Christ, Bethlehem, and the site of the Passion, Jerusalem, were destinations for followers to travel and worship.
  805. In the fourth construction, the Nakagawa mineral poison settling basin was build in the mainstream of the flume (completed in 1948), and after that, the damages by the mining pollution in the lower river were reduced considerably.
  806. In the fourth month of 87 B.C., the Shido Shogun reported the suppression of rebels to the emperor.
  807. In the fourth month of the same year (in April or May, 1170), Shigemitsu came to attack Tametomo with an army of about 500 horsemen and 20 ships sent from the Ito, Hojo and Usami clans.
  808. In the fourth month, the emperor's younger brother, Ikume no Mikoto, was named as crown prince and Toyoki no Mikoto was ordered to subdue the east of the country.
  809. In the fourth section of the first book, which described Yamatanoorochi in "Nihon Shoki," Susano, who had been expelled from Takamanohara, went down to Soshimari (Shoshimori) in Shiragi.
  810. In the front car, the train displayed the signboards "Through K-Limited Express Orihime" and 'Thank you' (to commemorate the train's retirement, but the rollsign read "Limited Express."
  811. In the front car, the train displayed the signboards of "Through K-Limited Express Orihime" and 'Teppi' (a fictional mascot used to commemorate the Day of Railroads), but the rollsign indicated "Limited Express."
  812. In the front right hand side of the pond is a rock named funa-ishi (lit. boat rock).
  813. In the front yard of this museum stands Japan's biggest Onigawara, which is five meters tall and ten tons in weight, made by Nihon Onishi no Kai (Japan Onigawara Artisans Association).
  814. In the funeral ceremony of Kenji NOGUCHI, he served as Tanomikoshibito (who were in charge of requesting burial of the deceased after hara-kiri and/or carrying the body of the deceased after hara-kiri) together with Kanryusai TAKEDA.
  815. In the funeral of Emperor Konin, he worked as a yoyakubu no tsukasa (an officer managing laborers at the construction site of Imperial tombs).
  816. In the fusin-an (a tea room in the residence of the head of the Omotesenke (the house of Omotesen)), senke-matsuba (a pine needle pattern for exclusive use of the Senke family; which also known as kobore-matsuba) is favored, while the Urasenke (the house of Urasen) favors shiki-matsuba (covering pine needles).
  817. In the future approaches from various fields are expected concerning the matters like how many vowels actually existed in ancient Japanese or why only a part of characters with the vowels of イ (i), エ (e) and オ (o) had the distinction of the types.
  818. In the future industrial development should be hurried with Maizuru Port as an international trade port in center.
  819. In the future, Rakusaiguchi Station and adjacent stations will be elevated; therefore, the current station building and platforms comprise a simple structure.
  820. In the future, it is planned to integrate the bus stops at Keihan Yodo Station and Keihan Yodo when Yodo Station is elevated.
  821. In the future, the post of Chief is expected to be monopolized by the Jabir line and it is predicted that the Salim line will decline.
  822. In the future, the station will have two island platforms and four tracks that will allow the higher category train--in both its inbound and outbound services--to pass through the station.
  823. In the gaikaku area, some moats, stone-paved ditches and pits of "hottate-bashira" (columns embedded directly in the ground for construction, such as in a raised-floor construction) have been found.
  824. In the game during the Edo period, the red and white colored signs are erected at the goals; 10 riders are drawn up side by side inside the goal; 5 riders each are located on the right and left sides.
  825. In the game of iaido, performers don't kill each other but instead perform each school's kata; and if the organization includes several schools, an established kata also, whereupon they're evaluated on the performance of wazamae (kata) and judged by majority vote using flags or grades.
  826. In the game story, Hanzo is partly modeled on Masanari HATTORI and works directly under Ieyasu Tokugawa as a ninja, and is actively involved in the Battle of Sekigahara and Siege of Osaka behind the scenes.
  827. In the ganmon (written prayers) at that time, Kukai expressed his thought that 'My wishes would be extinct if empty space were extinct, the general public were extinct and Nirvana were extinct.'
  828. In the garan layout of Osaka Prefecture's Shitenno-ji Temple, which was erected at the beginning of the seventh century, as well as an old garan (wakakusa garan)of Horyu-ji Temple (Ikaruga-dera Temple), a chumon (inner gate), a pagoda, a main hall and a lecture hall are placed on a straight line from south to north.
  829. In the garden in front of the front of the building, Kawatake Bamboo and Kuretake Bamboo are planted.
  830. In the garden there was said to be a pond at the center and a number of halls and residences such as the main hall Saion-ji Temple were placed there, in front of the pond was a Tsuri-dono hall (a hall facing a pond which looks like a fishing rod) and in the pond was an island where pine trees were planted.
  831. In the genealogy of Okuninushi in the Kojiki, it is written that she gave birth to Okuninushi's children, Ajisukitakahikone and Shitateru-hime.
  832. In the genealogy of Okuninushi no kami described in "Kojiki," Shitateruhime is indicated as a younger sister of Ajisukitakahikone.
  833. In the genealogy of ryuso, the professional name is succeeded as ryuso the 2nd, ryuso the 3rd, and so on.
  834. In the genealogy of the Daidoji family, the lineage goes down from Naoshige DAIDOJI via Shigehisa DAIDOJI to Shigesuke (Yuzan) DAIDOJI.
  835. In the genealogy, he is put as the son of Hisashide, Masahide's son.
  836. In the general background of this event, the main reason for the conspiracy is considered to be the antagonism between Tokihira and Michizane, but there were other reasons as well.
  837. In the general design of Yamashina school, Kobai (the rose plum) and bamboo trees were placed on the right and running water on the right (Kyotei hiki).
  838. In the generation of Katsuhisa, a war against Motosuke SHO (Izu no kami [Governor of Izu Province]) broke out (the great battle in Bicchu), and the Shugo family of Bicchu won in the battle.
  839. In the generation of Kinzane's children, the family split into three major families of Sanjo, Saionji, and Tokudaiji.
  840. In the generation of MINAMOTO no Tameyoshi, the sword was renamed Hoemaru as it sounded like snakes crying during the night.
  841. In the generation of MINAMOTO no Yorimitsu, Hizamaru was renamed Kumokiri as he cut Tsuchigumo (a spider) that made him suffer from a fever.
  842. In the generation of Munenori during the Muromachi period, the Nakamikado family (head family) was renamed the Matsunoki family to refrain from having the same family name as the family in the Kajuji line.
  843. In the generation of Takaakira, the Kyogoku clan became one of the Shishiki, and thereafter the family head governed Gohoku, north of lake, Izumo, Oki, and Hida, and took the position of Samurai-dokoro no tsukasa.
  844. In the generation of Ujizane IMAGAWA who succeeded Yoshimoto, independence of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA in Okazaki-jo Castle of Mikawa Province affected the territories governed by Ujizane and induced estrangement of vassals from Imagawa.
  845. In the generation of Yoshishada's child Yoshimitsu, received the master of "ko-ke" (shogunate official in charge of advising kyo-o-yaku in taking care of envoys) status provided with 3,000 koku in former Kiranosho.
  846. In the generation of Yukihide SHINGU, they were defeated in struggles with the Horinouchi clan (Shingu Horinouchi family); subsequently the Horinouchi clan ruled the Shingu clan, but a son of Ujiyoshi HORINOUCHI used the Shingu family name and gave himself the name Yukitomo SHINGU.
  847. In the generation prior to Hiroto, the family head of Sojuro was Mahito (born in 1899), and in the generation prior to that it was Nagomu (born in 1875).
  848. In the genre of National literature, a lot of shomono on Nihon Shoki (Chronicles of Japan) were made.
  849. In the genre of gunkimono (martial tales), the "Masukagami" (The Clear Mirror) was written.
  850. In the genre of pops, hichiriki player Hideki TOGI performed his own compositions as well as arrangements of popular music that make use of the sound of hichiriki.
  851. In the glistening Bead-black night the mists have risen Till they drift in bands On the heights of Takaya, Mountain of the garment sleeve. (Volume 9)
  852. In the gongyo of the morning and evening of the 14th and 15th, and also for the morning of the 16th, do nenko in the dogoro and then do shoko in the kashagoro or the kanagoro.
  853. In the government army, solely the death toll on March 20 counted as much as 495.
  854. In the government during the Meiji period after the bakufu was destroyed and became extinct, many persons who wrote in Chinese styles in the bakufu period became officers at the document section of Daijokan (Grand Council of State), the center of politics.
  855. In the grand sumo tournament held with the Emperor in attendance in April, 1931, the inner circle of the niju-dohyo was omitted, changing the diameter to 4.55 m (15 shaku).
  856. In the grand sumo tournaments before 1909, when Ryogoku Kokugikan (National Sumo Stadium) opened, it was customary that no wrestler in the elite Maku-uchi division would appear in the sumo ring on the senshuraku day.
  857. In the grant of honors awarded by the Imperial Court immediately after MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka entered into the capital, Yoritomo was granted the greatest deed of valor, owing to his political negotiation skills.
  858. In the granting of honors after the war, Kiyomasa was given the former territory of Yukinaga in Higo Province and became a Daimyo with 520,000 koku crop yields.
  859. In the graveyard, gravestones of nuns who served her are situated with the gravestone of Jokoin Eishoniko in the center.
  860. In the graveyard, the Imperial Family's ceremony called 'Ryosho no Gi' was performed to deposit the Emperor Showa's coffin in the mausoleum.
  861. In the great merger of municipalities in the Heisei period, many cities crowned 'Kyo' in their names in order to avoid overlap from exsiting cities.
  862. In the groundbreaking ceremony for the extension of Subway Tenjingawa (then the tentative name) held in 2002, Mr. Yorikane MASUMOTO, then the president and mayor of Kyoto City, characterized the expansion of the subway line up to Rakusai as his 'ardent wish.'
  863. In the group, men not only do a puppet show but also a display of swordsmanship and conjuring tricks.
  864. In the groups of caves, there seem to have been many dead bodies not completely cremated.
  865. In the gundan-soldier system, one out of every three adults registered in the family registration system was conscripted to organize a gundan of around 1000 persons in a province.
  866. In the habitat of Ise ebi, it is considered as one of the precious marine resources.
  867. In the hachiman-zukuri style, both the front hall and back hall are the main halls.
  868. In the hall and on the grounds, there are stones for the four gods.
  869. In the halo of Yakushi Nyorai, 6 or 7 statues of the same size are situated.
  870. In the hanashomo procedure, a hanaire that is filled with water during nakadachi (break between the light meal and the actual serving of tea) is displayed in the tokonoma, and after seki iri (taking a seat in a tea room) for atoza, requesting the guest to arrange flowers in the vase.
  871. In the handicraft industry, production of cotton fabrics was developed, while luxury Nishijin brocades were made in the traditional textile manufacture of silk products.
  872. In the head family, as the 15th did not have a successor, Misu's grandson, Goro was adopted and succeeded to lead the school.
  873. In the height of prosperity, it had around 10 minshuku (private home that runs inn providing room and board) and ski buses to be arrived, too.
  874. In the height of summer, Genji, who was cooling himself at the Tsuridono (fishing pavilion) in the Rokujo-in Palace, asked the sons of the Minister of the Interior, who had come to visit Yugiri, about the illegitimate daughter (Omi no Kimi) recently taken into their residence.
  875. In the hermitage, he read a sutra Butsumyokyo and led a penitential life.
  876. In the heyday of his time, Onami suddenly lost the favor of Yoshinori in 1437.
  877. In the hierarchy of wakadoshiyori (assistants to roju in the Edo bakufu), a joshu daimyo, even if nominated later, was placed higher than a mujo nominated earlier.
  878. In the higan (the equinoctial week) of spring when red and pink flowers of peony bloomed, people put red azuki-an for gods or Buddha or ancestors; the color and the shape of those azuki-an reminded people of the peony flowers, therefore, the mochi with azuki-an made in spring began being called botamochi.
  879. In the high economic growth period, the expressway (Meishin Expressway) was constructed for the first time in Japan.
  880. In the high economic growth period, the population inflow occured as a commuter town of Osaka City, Kyoto City and Nara City.
  881. In the high-growth period after the war, street stalls were already abolished on hygienic grounds, and although there were shops serving sushi at a moderate price, the idea that sushi restaurants were classified as high-class restaurants took root.
  882. In the hilly area in Hago and Osadano terrace, it is possible to see a layer consisting of sand, mud and gravel which is called the Fukuchiyama Layer.
  883. In the historic drama of NHK 'Shinsengumi!' in 2004, the reason for Kawai's purge was that he lent Kanryusai TAKEDA, the leader of the fifth group, money for him to buy military science texts without Kondo's permission.
  884. In the historical chronicle "Azuma Kagami" (literally, "Mirror of the East"), written by his opponents (who later became the Kamakura bakufu, Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), he is described as follows.
  885. In the historical drama of 2004 "Shinsengumi!" he appeared as a servant of the Yagi family where Mibu-Roshi was based.
  886. In the historical era, paintings began to be done on walls of tombs and buildings for decorative purposes.
  887. In the historical record, Komushi appears to have taken Shigamaro's place at court.
  888. In the historical research after late Edo Period, it is emphasized that Hideyoshi noticed an intension to conquest Japan by Spain and Portuguese through missionary's activities (Relate to the incident of Sun Fillip).
  889. In the history book, vice shogun is also written as "Vice Commander" (the Chinese character of commander used in the book had almost the same meaning as shogun).
  890. In the history education of Korea, Chosen Tsushinshi is taught in the following way:
  891. In the history of Chinese civilization, it is simply called a bow because there was no long bow.
  892. In the history of East Asia, there is record of Waobu (the last king of ancient Japan) being appointed King and Grand General of Japan by China.
  893. In the history of Japan, the example of Yoshishige OTOMO and Yoshimune OTOMO of the Bungo Province during the Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States), may be typical.
  894. In the history of Japan, there have been Kamakura bakufu, Muromachi bakufu, and Edo bakufu.
  895. In the history of Japan, there were many cases in which a woman of high standing became a keishitsu, as in the case of a lawful wife.
  896. In the history of Japanese calligraphy, it is one of the Japan's Three Ancient Monuments along with Nasu no Kuni no Miyatsuko no Hi (an old monument of local ruling families in Nasu Province) and Tagajo hi (an old monument in Tagajo City, Miyagi Prefecture).
  897. In the history of Japanese culture, a Kyoka fad during the Tenmei era in the Edo period deserves special mention.
  898. In the history of Japanese literature in the Meiji period, Sakutaro FUJIOKA criticized the story saying 'bizarre,' 'something that betrays readers,' 'it is not even a novel' and 'it makes people feel sick,' but now the work is revalued from the perspective of gender.
  899. In the history of Japanese literature it was probably the first "diary literature," but it was approximate to a travelogue rather than the present diary.
  900. In the history of Japanese literature, it was probably the first prose written in Hiragana, and it had a great influence on the later literature of diaries and essays, contributing to the development of literature by female authors.
  901. In the history of Japanese sake production, this situation had remained unchanged until early Meiji Period when technology of anzen-jozo (safe brewing) was established.
  902. In the history of Japanese sake, this book had been an established directory containing the best contents concerning the brew of sake, from the view point of both quantity and quality throughout the Edo Period, despite it was published in the early Edo Period.
  903. In the history of calligraphy, Shunjo's contribution of transplanting a new calligraphy style based on Songs Style to Japanese calligraphy was great and it is said that his writing style was highly evaluated in Sung.
  904. In the history of literature, the tales written during the Heian period are divided into two groups--'the former tale' and 'the latter tale'--depending on whether a work was written before or after "The Tale of Genji."
  905. In the history of militaries in various parts of the world it had been used by nations in various strategies, and the effects had been transmitted through books on strategy, pictures and so on.
  906. In the history of swords, creation of swords after the Keicho period are called 'Shinto (New Swords),' and were distinguished from 'Koto (Old Swords),' made before that.
  907. In the history of the J. League, where games are played in principle even if it rains, this is the first case where an official game was suspended.
  908. In the history of the Zen sect, among the branch sects of Nanshu-zen (Nanzong-chan) from the sixth leader Eno (Huineng), the sect, founded by Baso Doitsu (Mazu Daoyi) who was a successor of Nangaku Ejo (Nanyue Huanrang), has been called the Koshu sect after the sect's base Jiangxi-sheng.
  909. In the history of the postwar Buraku (discriminated communities) Liberation Movement, it has been raised as a good example to criticize the Emperor system from the point of view of Buraku problems.
  910. In the history of the relationship between Japan and China, those vessels were semi-official trading ships that likened to the period when relations worsened due to the Mongol invasion attempts against Japan (13th century) and the period when Japan and the Ming dynasty in China started trade (15th century).
  911. In the history study of Europe and America in those days, the medieval times were peculiar to Europe and America and indispensable in developing into the modern age.
  912. In the hojutsu section (Hokimon) of Kimon tonko (Qi Men Dun Jia), it was being performed for hojutsu to succeed.
  913. In the hon-sonzen style, the formal manner of display is to use a three-layer kagami-mochi.
  914. In the honorific format called taito, when words for Shintoist and Buddhist deities or emperors appear in a sentence, not only is a new line started from that word, but the word itself is written starting at a position above the other lines.
  915. In the hope of eliminating evils and achieving longevity, people celebrated the Choyo Festival by decorating their houses with flowers of chrysanthemum and pouring sake for each other with corollas of chrysanthemum floating on them.
  916. In the horse racing as a court function, the match called norijiri in which the riders competed how skillfully they were able to ride the unhandled horses and run through the course was mainly taken.
  917. In the house where Gengobe lives as a ronin, employees of a secondhand store are just going to carry out all the pieces of furniture and Hachiemon ROKUSHICHI, a wakato serving Gengobe, is trying to prevent it.
  918. In the house where children pound the stone, a person in the house treats the children with dumplings, sweets, or pocket money.
  919. In the human world, there is very little difference between tennyo and humans aside from their beautiful appearance.
  920. In the humanities' faculties, the exemption is 1,462,000 yen (the amount for two years).
  921. In the humanities' faculties, the exemption is 731,000 yen (the amount for two years).
  922. In the hyojosho, law suits in Kanhasshu (the eight provinces of Kanto region) except Edo-fu were handled by the kanji bugyo.
  923. In the illustrated comic 'Asakiyumemishi' ("The Tale of Genji seen in a Shallow Dream"), there is a scene that describes where she is beside Genji at his death, after he had become a Buddhist monk, in an original episode equivalent to 'Kumogakure' (Vanished behind the Clouds).
  924. In the illustrated folio versions of the "Tale of Genji," the comments were rendered in characters drawn by Michikaze, leading people to say that his calligraphy 'imparts a modern effect that was both beautiful and dazzling to behold.'
  925. In the illustrations, Yarikecho and Koinryo is depicted together with Zenfusho, but their relations with Zenfusho is unknown.
  926. In the image kept as the main object of worship in Shorenin Temple in Kyoto, it is expressed as a mandala chart with a mantra 'bhruum' in the center of a white lotus flower that is surrounded by various Buddha.
  927. In the image kept in Daigoji Temple, it is a tathagata form holding a bowl and a shakujo (a priest's pewter staff) and flames are coming out from its head.
  928. In the immediate aftermath of the foreign settlement's establishment, the troops known as the 'Naniwatai' (Osaka Group) and the 'Torishimari Bansotsu' (Supervisory Guardsmen), who later became sections of the Osaka Metropolitan Police Department, carried out security and police duties in the settlement.
  929. In the imperial court, she was called new Naishi no suke or prime minister of Naishi no suke.
  930. In the imperial decree on September 1 in 763, recorded in "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicle of Japan Continued), it is written that 'there were many deaths by plague and droughts.
  931. In the imperial edict (September 12th, 1923) issued just after the Great Kanto Earthquake in 1923, the following statement expressed Tokyo as the capital, and that it should be transformed and developed further.
  932. In the imperial edict (shosho), issued at the time of imperial visit to Tokyo from Kyoto in 1868, there was no word for 'capital.'
  933. In the imperial edicts upon enthronement of Emperor Kanmu and later, it is mentioned as the law that Emperor Tenchi established for the first time, but the adjective phrase, 'which should not be modified,' is omitted.
  934. In the inbound trains running on Kobe Rapid Transit Railway lines, the names of the destinations are announced as 'Hankyu Sannomiya' and 'Hankyu Osaka Umeda.'
  935. In the incident Ryoma lost the gun and later bought two of S&W MODEL 1, 22, which were carried by Ryoma and Oryo and with which they enjoyed hunting during the stay in Satsuma.
  936. In the incident of the inscription on a bell at Hoko-ji Temple in 1614, she was one of those who went down to Sunpu together with Okurakyo-no-tsubone.
  937. In the industrial production process, soybeans are ground finely with a grinder.
  938. In the infant stage, he performed in a children's play and later actively performed as zagashira (the leader of a troupe) of the troupe of Senjaku NAKAMURA for youth plays.
  939. In the information for passengers concerning the lines of West Japan Railway Company, it is fondly referred to as the 'Gakkentoshi Line.'
  940. In the information provided, the line bound for Kyoto Station is called 'Sagano Line,' and the line bound for Fukuchiyama Station is called 'Sanin Main Line' (or 'Sanin Line').
  941. In the initial performance, the Yosaburo played by Danjuro ICHIKAWA (the eighth) gained good reputation.
  942. In the initial plan, the Great Buddha would be placed in Koga-ji Temple, which temporarily became the provincial temple of Omi, located near the Shigaraki no Miya Palace used as an imperial villa.
  943. In the initial stage of the railway system development in the Meiji period, narrow gauge track was employed from the viewpoint of cost.
  944. In the initial stage, the Taira family, which had been accustomed to sea battles, maintained superior position, but the defeat of the Taira family became decisive because of Yoshitsune's cunning tactics to shoot boatmen and steersmen, the betrayal of the navy of Awa Province, and a reversal of the tidal current.
  945. In the initial stage, the school was expected to accommodate 100 students, however, the number of the students was reduced to 20 due to its financial circumstances.
  946. In the initial style, a pond was placed in front of a major building of a temple, such as a Kondo (main temple hall) and/or an Amitabha hall, lotus was planted there and a flower garden was also planted, as its early sign seen in Yakushi-ji Temple and Hokke-ji Temple Jodoin in the Nara era.
  947. In the initial year of issuance, the number of waves on the coin was 21, but was changed to 11 in 1768 so as to make the minting easier because of difficulties in minting.
  948. In the inner palace of Edo Castle called O-oku, she made a substantial contribution as a close adviser of Princess Kazunomiya, in cooperation with Tsuneko HASHIMOTO (Kangyoin), who was the real mother of the princess.
  949. In the inner part there are three miniature box shrines, the center one of which holds a standing statue of Yakushi Nyorai, not for public display, that is said to have been made by Saicho himself (its doors were opened in 1988 for the temple's 1200th anniversary).
  950. In the inner sanctuary of Mt. Koya, there is a light called 'Kishinto' or also known as 'Poor woman's lamp' that is said to be offered to Buddha by Joyo and has never been gone out to date.
  951. In the inner sanctum located in the hall, they read family registers of deaths and events called Hashiri-no-gyoho (the running ritual) and Dattan-no-gyoho (the Dattan ritual).
  952. In the innermost portion of the Kawchi-ko lake, there was a port facility called Kusakatsu, and the ships that entered the Kawchi-ko lake through Naniwa no Horie went directly to the east for Kusakatsu.
  953. In the inscription of "Yama no Ue no Hi" (the monument on the mountain top) (built in 681), the Chinese characters on the monument were arranged in the order of the Japanese sentence, with the kana portions, such as okurigana (kanas added to a Chinese character to show its pronunciation) and postpositional particles, removed.
  954. In the inscription, the Kanji characters of 'Ko' of 'Kokei,' was illegible, but have been confirmed as 'Ko' of Kokei by the later deciphering under infrared TV.
  955. In the inscriptions of mirrors, it is often understood that "Keishi" refers to the mirror craftsman for a capital and "Shushi" for a state.
  956. In the insei period (during the period of the government by the retired Emperor) in the end of the Heian period, it became common for nobles to visit In (retirement palace) in kariginu, like in noshi.
  957. In the insei period (period of the government by the retired Emperor), however, there existed the ideas of 'Tanen ryosho' (long-term territory reign) and 'Keinenjo' (order over time) as well as the existence of a deed as a basic criterion in lawsuits about lands in the Court noble society.
  958. In the inside of a large doko (dug-out hole) there was a stone chamber-like facility approximately 7 meters in length and approximately 2.7 meters in width.
  959. In the inside of the selected district and its vicinity, there are many modern buildings designed by William Merrell Vories, architect.
  960. In the intercalary April (May or June in the solar calendar of) 1132, he was promoted to To-ji Choja, the head priest of To-ji Temple, and Gon dai Sozu (the provisional second highest position, upper grade, of priest) in June or July of the same year.
  961. In the intercalary February, Emperor Godaigo escaped from Oki and established a strategic foothold on Mt. Senjo, and in April, Takauji ASHIKAGA rebelled against the Kamakura bakufu at Shinomura-Hachimangu Shrine.
  962. In the intercalary fifth month of 1664, Tsunakatsu UESUGI, the lord of the Yonezawa domain, died suddenly without an heir, so the family plunged into a crisis of being deprived of samurai status and forfeited its territories.
  963. In the intercalary ninth month of 1680, he was appointed Sakone no shosho (Minor Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards), which was the highest rank for a koke, and in March 1683 he was installed as a koke together with Mototsune OSAWA and Yoshisato HATAKEYAMA.
  964. In the interim, on March 23rd, Shigezane OHARA, who was the Spearhead of the Navy's 'expeditionary force to the east' arrived in Yokohama by ship.
  965. In the intermediate area between Shonai and Fukuyama
  966. In the international society in East Asia in pre-modern times, international order was formed and maintained having China dynasty, which had significant presence politically, economically and culturally, in its center.
  967. In the interview with the applicant, he emphasized 'how the military achievement was made in the past' and he was willing to hear the story.
  968. In the island he opened a terakoya (small private school) under the custody of a master carpenter, Jinbei UEMURA.
  969. In the issue of a successor to Masamoto HOSOKAWA who produced the golden days of the Hosokawa clan, he supported Sumimoto HOSOKAWA, an adopted child of Masamoto.
  970. In the jimoku (ceremony for appointing officials) of 1099, he was appointed Kami of Dewa Province.
  971. In the joshaku (conferring a peerage), only a limited number of court nobles, such as Tomomi IWAKURA and Sanetomi SANJO were given a special treatment for their merit.
  972. In the kabuki appear two swordsmen, 'Musashinosuke TSUKIMOTO' and 'Ganryu SASAKI,' and Musashinosuke avenges the murder of his father on Ganryu.
  973. In the kamigata (Kyoto/Osaka) area, a retail sake shop was called itakanban-sakaya (a sakaya with a sign board).
  974. In the kanajo (a preface written in kana) for "Kokin Wakashu" (A Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry), he was feted as a kasei (great poet) together with KAKINOMOTO no Hitomaro.
  975. In the kanisoto sei (the ranks of the bureaucracy system of the ritsuryo system), Naishi no suke ranked at Jushiijo (Junior Fourth Rank) (or Jushiinoge [Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade]), but often promoted to the second or the third ranks.
  976. In the karyu-kai (world of the Geisha - Japanese professional female entertainer at drinking party), the fees (gratuity) paid to a geisha are called, 'Hanadai' (fee to Geisha for flower), 'Gyokudai' (fee to Geisha for jeweleries), or 'Senkodai' (fee to Geisha for incense).'
  977. In the kazoku class, a peerage was provided only for the male who became the head of a family, and no peerage was conferred on the female, even when she became the head of a family.
  978. In the kiln of Shigaraki yaki (Shigaraki ware), Suribachi with a single ridged pattern in one unit appeared in the Goinoki gama (kiln) at the beginning of the fifteenth century, and Suribachi with four ridged patterns in a single unit appeared in Nagano No.3 kiln and Higashide gama (kiln) from the middle to the latter part of the fifteenth century.
  979. In the kiwarisho, the design standard for elevation surfaces was mainly described.
  980. In the knowledge examination, questions about the qualities of a traditional craftsman and the expertise are asked and examination papers are graded by the Traditional Crafts Industry Promotion Association Foundation.
  981. In the kokuga forces system, the kokushi who held supreme command in the military affairs held a decisive position.
  982. In the kokuga military system, provincial governors registered certain individuals as 'samurai' on the name list (called the 'name list of approved samurais').
  983. In the kondo of Yamada-dera Temple, the hashirama (the distance between two pillars) of the moya is approximately 5.4 meters at the front (four pillars) and approximately 3.6 meters on its side (three pillars).
  984. In the kuge society, the highest government post one could reach depended on one's kakaku.
  985. In the kyakuden (reception hall) of Kangakuin, Onjo-ji Temple (built in 1600) and the kyakuden of Kojoin (built in 1601) which were remains of Shoin-zukuri at the beginning of recent times, Akari-shoji was set inside Mairado as well as the inside of tsumado and Shitomido.
  986. In the kyu grading system, the first kyu is the highest grade, but in the dan grading system the more advanced the training is, the larger the number of the grade becomes, thus enabling performers to ascend the ladder of grades interminably.
  987. In the language of Kyotoites, the 'war' in postwar often means this war.
  988. In the language of sake brewing, it's called 'mentama' (eyeball).
  989. In the language of toji and other workers in breweries, "sakinama" or "namacho"
  990. In the language of toji and other workers in the brewery, it is also called "shibori" or "agefune."
  991. In the large domain, the bangashira ranked higher than the rusui and the koyonin.
  992. In the large-scale shoso, multiple shoso were built in the section surrounded by walls.
  993. In the last days of Tokugawa Shogunate, naval defense became a priority, and 28 guns and gun emplacements were constructed in the domain.
  994. In the last days of his administration, he tried to preserve his territory by moving Fuchu (provincial cities which consist of local governments as the core of the city) to Shinpu-jo Castle, but he failed because of Nobunaga ODA's invasion (subjugation of Takeda).
  995. In the last days of the Edo Period, Michitomi NAKANOIN devoted himself to the interest of the state and, after the Meiji Restoration, was appointed to sanyo (councilor).
  996. In the last days of the Edo period, Benkichi ONO, who was called the Second Gennai HIRAGA in Kaga (Gennai HIRAGA was a great inventor in the middle of the Edo period), invented an air gun, a miniature of a steamship, and a camera.
  997. In the last days of the Heian period, Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa loved imayo and he became so much absorbed in it that he hurt his throat, a history book says.
  998. In the last days of the Tokugawa Shogunate, Tamekazu SAWA and his son, Nobuyoshi SAWA actively worked as vanguards of the sonnojoi ha (supporters of the doctrine of restoring the emperor and expelling the barbarians).
  999. In the last days of the Tokugawa shogunate there was a residence of the lord of the Satsuma domain on the present Imadegawa Campus of Doshisha University.
  1000. In the last days of the Tokugawa shogunate, Banzan came under the spotlight once again, and great thinkers, such as Toko FUJITA and Shoin YOSHIDA, admired him, so his ideas became a driving force of the movement to overthrow the Tokugawa shogunate.

181001 ~ 182000

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