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  1. In the last days of the Tokugawa shogunate, as the idea of Sonno Joi (slogan advocating reverence for the Emperor and the expulsion of foreigners) gained momentum, the one containing the names of the three pillar gods with the addition of 'the Ise-jingu Shrine' (Amaterasu Omikami (the sun goddess)) in the center was used.
  2. In the last days of the Tokugawa shogunate, bakufu (shogunate) ended its seclusion policy and opened the country to the world, and along with the extension of the authority of the Imperial court, reconciliation between the Imperial court and shogunate was promoted.
  3. In the last days of the Tokugawa shogunate, it began to be used often as a disparaging name to refer to 'seiyo kabure' (ultra-Westernized persons) by joi-ha faction (the antiforeigner faction) like the Mito clan.
  4. In the last days of the Tokugawa shogunate, there were 180 hatamoto-yoriaiseki including kotaiyoriai.
  5. In the last few years, many local residents have come to dislike street stalls due to the traffic problems they cause, as well as the strong odors created from the food.
  6. In the last half of his reign, the bakufu focused on agriculture as a countermeasure against famine, learning from the great famine of Kanei which had occurred in Iemitsu's time.
  7. In the last half of the 7th century, when Shiragi (Silla) unified the Korean Peninsula, countries in the Korean Peninsula used to be referred to as "Shoban" became in fact the one country, so that the term Shoban was sometimes used in the sense of Shiragi.
  8. In the last scene, Kazuemon takes off his disguise as Gengobe and avenged his master without shame with fellow ex-retainers, and it is said that especially in the scene the writer Nanboku described the then samurai society with a bitter irony.
  9. In the last scene, he says to himself, 'Both Seigetsu and YAMAI are enormously stupid….'
  10. In the last stage of Shingen's time, they carried out the strategy to advance westward, but it was discontinued on its way because of Shingen's death.
  11. In the last stage of the war and, after the war, despoliation by the Ming troops, stationed for assuring security even after the war, was widespread.
  12. In the last state, the both theaters supported Dolby Digital and Digital Theater Systems.
  13. In the last volume on Rokudo (six posthumous worlds), Hoshi takes care of Kenreimonin, who is on the verge of death, together with Awa no naishi (Kenreimonin's maid).
  14. In the last year (1844) of the Tenpo era, a 'sushi vendor' who carried Inari-zushi about for sale also appeared.
  15. In the last year, as Munemori and MINAMOTO no Sukekata had become Gon Chunagon, the total number of Chunagon (vice-councilor of state) reached nine for the first time and new case for ten Chunagon began, and Kanezane KUJO criticized it as 'unparalleled in history.' ("Gyokuyo" (Diary of Kanezane KUJO)).
  16. In the last years of Iezumi, the Kasai (main retainer) the Yokose clan, had grown in power, and came to wield more influence than the Iwamatsu clan.
  17. In the last years of her life, the Retired Empress supposedly carried out the affairs of state together with TACHIBANA no Moroe and FUJIWARA no Nakamaro, in place of the Emperor Shomu who was too ill to attend to affairs of state and, instead, tended to devote himself to Buddhism.
  18. In the last years of the Edo period, the family approached the Imperial forces from the early stage, helping in the suppression of the Tenchu-gumi (royalist forces) War and in the repair of the Imperial mausoleum.
  19. In the last years, he concentrated on writing as a scholar; the history book named "Nan-Tahiheiki" was meant to criticize the "Taiheiki" (The Record of the Great Peace), so he wrote about his position during the Oei War and great achievements made by the Imagawa clan which were not written in the "Taiheiki."
  20. In the last years, she foiled the plot by one of Ienari's concubines Senkoin to have Yoshiyasu MAEDA whose mother was Yohime (her biological mother was Omiyonokata), a daughter of Ienari, become the next shogun, which was her last action that Midaidokoro should take.
  21. In the late 11th century, Ofukudokoro, an institution in charge of the production of the emperor's clothes, was established at the residence of the head of Kuraryo (Bureau of Palace Storehouses).
  22. In the late 11th century, fishermen of Katata became under the control of Shimogamo-sha Shrine (Katata Mikuriya) and then manors owned by Enryaku-ji Temple on Mt. Hiei were established in Katata and its neighboring regions.
  23. In the late 12th century when Kamakura bakufu was founded, Seii Taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians"), a leader of samurai family, built a system of the political authority, government affairs and annual events as 'kuji' (as government affairs), and imposed 'kuji' to gokenin, vassals.
  24. In the late 1910s, the intellectuals who were in despair over repetitive conflicts in politics, started a New Culture Movement, aiming at social reform through an awareness campaign involving culture such as literature and learning.
  25. In the late 1950's, mitigating congestion and enhancing transport capacity were required not only for lines running in the city center but also for middle-distance lines such as the Keihanshin Local Line and the Yokosuka Line.
  26. In the late 1960's, Kyoshi SEIKE applied three fields of architectural planning, architectural history and geography to further this study.
  27. In the late 1980's, a karaoke system using a laser disk was released and diffused to a certain degree.
  28. In the late 1980s thong swimwear, similar in shape to fundoshi, was introduced to Japan from Europe and the United States, and became most popular among both women and men at the time of the bubble boom.
  29. In the late 1990's Kaitenzushi became popular in London, England.
  30. In the late 1990s, as the first railway company in the Kinki District, Hankyu Railway allowed third-party entities to shoot TV programs, movies and dramas in its premises (in Japan, Keisei Electric Railway was the first railway company that started business activity related to the shooting of TV and movies).
  31. In the late 19th century, Sir Edward Burnett TYLOR, an English anthropologist, used the term in his writing "Primitive Culture" (1871) and established it.
  32. In the late 20th century, ekiben tended to feature local specialties as well as specific ingredients but Makunouchi-bento remain popular.
  33. In the late 70's, the authority of Kyoto University stated to destroy such bases of movements.
  34. In the late Edo Period, it is said that rounded shoulder lines were, on the contrary, popular.
  35. In the late Edo era, when Japan became turbulent, Suishinshi Masahide and some others tried to restore the forging method of Koto (Old Swords) from the philosophy of revivalism, and practical Japanese swords started to be made again.
  36. In the late Edo period and Meiji period, which saw the introduction of equality for all people, girls' schools started teaching etiquette classes and affluent merchants were able to learn manners, although they were not related to Ogasawara.
  37. In the late Edo period some of shougun's retainers of Kaimei-ha Group (a group of people who advocated enlightenment) including Rinsho MITSUKURI, Joun kURIMOTO and others proposed preparing Minpoten on a model of Code Napoleon (French Civil Code), but the proposal was not realized because of the downfall of the Edo bakufu.
  38. In the late Edo period, Harusato MATSUDAIRA (Fumaiko)'s "Unshu Meibutsu cho" (Fumai Matsudaira's records about the collection of tea utensils of Izumo Province) was published and after this, the grades of 'O-meibutsu' (great famous objects), 'Meibutsu' (famous objects) and 'Chuko meibutsu' (later famous objects) prevailed.
  39. In the late Edo period, a merchant family 'Odawara-ya store' started a kiln of 'Bairin-yaki ware' but it was completely different from old Zeze-yaki Pottery.
  40. In the late Edo period, a reversal phenomenon, which was intentionally branded a barrel of Kyoto sake as Itami sake and sold as yosozake in Kyoto at the higher prices disguisedly, occurred.
  41. In the late Edo period, actors other than the chief Kabuki actors certainly had Haimyo in addition to a family stage name and other stage names whether or not he wrote haiku.
  42. In the late Edo period, it was all the fashion and spread nationwide.
  43. In the late Edo period, it was once abolished, although it was revived during the Meiji period, and in the early Showa period it was almost forgotten.
  44. In the late Edo period, many foreign ships arrived in Japan.
  45. In the late Edo period, peasants were distinguished between Hon Byakusho and Mizunomi Byakusho.
  46. In the late Edo period, the 'yusoku-bina,' dolls clad in the exact replica of the elegant court costume of the Heian period, appeared, and the 'kokin-bina' (traditional dolls with new designs), the precursor of the present-day Hina-matsuri dolls, also appeared.
  47. In the late Edo period, the concubines' position were the same as a jochu even if her child became the Shogun's heir, and only after her son became a shogun, she was treated very well as the closest relative of Okami (Shogun).
  48. In the late Edo period, the cultivation technique of nori in Omori (currently, Omori, Ota ward, Tokyo Prefecture) was introduced nationwide by 'Suwa nori syonin (Suwa nori merchants).'
  49. In the late Edo period, the head also took the name 'Yozaemon KANZE.'
  50. In the late Edo period, the town started to decline due to the oppressive tax, and as it opposed the construction of a railway station proposed in its neighborhood in the Meiji period, it could avoid being urbanized (the station was opened as Unebi Station.)
  51. In the late Edo period, there was a theory called taisei-ininron saying that the government of the country by the Edo bakufu derived from a delegation from the emperors to the Tokugawa Shogun family.
  52. In the late Edo period, wealthy townswomen in the Kyoto and Osaka area or Edo had come to put it on at a wedding and the like.
  53. In the late Edo period, when family troubles, known as the Sengoku Disturbance occurred, there was great fear as to whether the family would survive or not.
  54. In the late Engi era (around 912 to 923), its music note was standardized.
  55. In the late Heian Period, disputes over the succession of family business frequently occurred inside the 'clan,' and in the mid twelfth century, the disputes evolved into tangible forms of armed conflicts (the Hogen war).
  56. In the late Heian Period, the declining aristocracy and the rise of warriors and armed priests threw the nation into turmoil, and the people's anxiety nurtured the Mujokan (Buddhist concept of the impermanence of worldly things) and Mappo-shiso (belief in the "end of the world") propagated by Genshin and others.
  57. In the late Heian period
  58. In the late Heian period feudalism consisted of Honke, Ryoke, and Kaihatsu-ryoshu.
  59. In the late Heian period, 'Cho-Rei' (a common law called a historical custom of the Kebiishicho), different from the Ritsuryo Code, was applied in order to exercise the authority of the Kebiishi in criminal cases.
  60. In the late Heian period, Hitotsumono first appeared in the historical documents, for example, in the description of the Ujigami-jinja Shrine in the "Cyuyuki" (a diary of a court official).
  61. In the late Heian period, Kansei and Gekisei declined and actual governmental affairs were often run by Katanashi shoin.
  62. In the late Heian period, Kansenji (simplified Kanpu) and Inzen (decree of cloistered government) under Insei (the cloistered government) became popular and Kanpu fell into disuse.
  63. In the late Heian period, MINAMOTO no Tsuna (WATANABE no Tsuna) of Saga-Genji, the Minamoto clan, lived there and started the Watanabe clan by changing his family name to Watanabe.
  64. In the late Heian period, a lot of Sung Dynasty Chinese coins were imported into Japan, and a monetary economy prevailed mainly in cities.
  65. In the late Heian period, after Daigakuryo was eliminated, the department of Myohodo practically disappeared and the doctors gave lectures of ritsuryo in their private schools.
  66. In the late Heian period, especially around the time of Early Nine-Years War and Late Three-Years War, Tachi was developed along with increasing power of samurai, and usually the ones after this period are called Japanese swords.
  67. In the late Heian period, however, not only examination, but also Gakumonryo itself became the nominal ones due to the decline of Daigakuryo as well as the decrease in the function of Kokuso-in.
  68. In the late Heian period, like the king dance, as one of such a series of performance arts, Hitotsumono was established in the festivals or Buddhism gatherings in the countries near Kyoto, and in the Medieval Period, it spread to various regions.
  69. In the late Heian period, not only did girls who had shown secondary sex characteristics or who had attended coming-of-age ceremony, but male nobles, Samurai in the Taira clan, and children in a festival procession in big temples or shrines also practiced tooth blackening.
  70. In the late Heian period, since these ceremonies became less popular, there were no occasions that vassals wore the Kikujin no ho together.
  71. In the late Heian period, talented busshi left the constrained daiji and founded their own "bussho" (workshops or schools of Buddhist sculptors).
  72. In the late Heian period, the "Goshui Wakashu" (Later Collection of Gleanings of Japanese Poetry), the "Kinyo wakashu" and the "Shika wakashu" (The Waka Collection of Verbal Flowers) were compiled and presented to the emperor.
  73. In the late Heian period, the dispute about Imperial succession to the Retired Emperor Toba happened, Emperor Sutoku, Emperor Konoe, and Emperor Goshirakawa, between brothers, opposed to each other, but, it was settled by armed conflict after the Hogen War, the Heiji War.
  74. In the late Heian period, there were rapidly growing numbers of donated manors, shoen donated to central nobles, temples or shrines by local lords asking for their protection of the shoen from shuko (confiscation) by kokuga (provincial government offices) and so on.
  75. In the late Heian period, when the great fire of Angen occurred, Daigaku-ryo was virtually abolished.
  76. In the late Jomon period and Yayoi period, people came into the Japanese archipelago by sea, assimilating with the native people there.
  77. In the late Jomon period miniature ground stone axes with the length of 2 to 2.5 centimeters appeared.
  78. In the late Jomon period, rice of an intermediary kind between the Indica and Japonica types was introduced to Japan, the color of which was similar to that of sekihan.
  79. In the late Kamakura period, Takauji ASHIKAGA destroyed the Rokuhara Tandai of Kyoto, and after the collapse of the bakufu, the Kenmu Restoration was initiated by Emperor Godaigo in Kyo.
  80. In the late Kamakura period, however, there were more needs to newly build or rebuild shrines and temples because of the spread of Kamakura Bukkyo (new Buddhist movements of the Kamakura period) as well as damages to major shrines and temples from fire.
  81. In the late Kamakura period, middle and small classes of gokenin who supported the Shogunate not only had to increase their expenditures for military service in the Kyushu area to provide against the invasion of the Yuan Dynasty, but also became gradually insignificant and impoverished due to the penetration of the money economy and divided succession.
  82. In the late Kamakura period, some cases emerged in which the Bakufu, instead of sending ryoshi directly, sent shigyojo (a letter conveying orders from the head to the subjects) to a Shugo, who in turn selected an envoy and carried out this procedure based on the shigyojo.
  83. In the late Kamakura period, the Tokuso family came to overwhelm other gokenin (immediate vassals of the shogunate in the Kamakura and Muromachi through Edo periods), including the Hojo clan.
  84. In the late Kamakura period, the Tokuso family of the Hojo clan exercised authority over the Kamakura bakufu.
  85. In the late Kamakura period, the clan had an internal conflict, and after Takatoki HOJO replaced Suenaga ANDO by Suenaga's cousin Suehisa ANDO as Ezo kanrei in 1325, the conflict resulted in a rebellion against the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun, in this case the Kamakura bakufu) (Ezo War).
  86. In the late Kamakura period, the creation of swords bloomed further due to disorders such as two Genko (Mongol Invasions) and collapse of the political system.
  87. In the late Meiji period, the main character Ushimatsu SEGAWA, born into a buraku community, grew up under his father's commandment to keep his birth and social status concealed all his life.
  88. In the late Meiji period, when Engeki kairyo undo (theatrical performance improvement movement) was influential, new works were written by literary people who pursued kabuki plays suitable for modern society instead of those with traditional preposterous stories.
  89. In the late Muromachi period, Daimon was made of linen with its pattern on a fixed position and was considered as the second formal wear, following Hitatare.
  90. In the late Muromachi period, Koga kubo Ashikaga Clan boasted authority over Kanto Samurai in Kanto region, then Yoshiaki Ashikaga from the same clan proclaimed himself Oyumi kubo in rivalry with Koga kubo's father and son, Takamoto ASHIKAGA and Haruuji ASHIKAGA.
  91. In the late Muromachi period, the Ashikaga clan as Kanto-kubo (Governor-general in Kanto region) declined, and the eighth head Yorihide MATSUDA, who lived in Kyoto, went to Kanto by order of the shogun.
  92. In the late Muromachi period, the town evolved into a jinai-cho (a town within the precincts of a temple) around Shonen-ji Temple (Kashihara City) of Jodo Shinshu sect (the True Pure Land Sect of Buddhism), and six districts of East, West, South, North, Shinmachi, and Imamachi were established within the town.
  93. In the late Muromachi period,local samurai assigned the tamori independently.
  94. In the late Nara period, erections of Jingu-ji Temples were widely seen even at rural shrines; Tado Ogami (great god) who was a guardian deity of a local ruling family in Kuwana County, Ise Province, wished to practice of Buddhist teachings, in a oracle, giving up the title of deity.
  95. In the late Nara period, the position of Naishi no tsukasa who acted as corresponding clerks between an emperor and the kokyu or male officials came to be treated equally to that of the Kura no tsukasa that ranked first in the junishi and preserved three sacred imperial treasures.
  96. In the late Ryukyu Kingdom era, some of the Ryukyu warriors learned swordsmanship, such as the Jigenryu line and its offshoots, from Satsuma officers staying in Ryukyu, and some of them, like Sokon MATSUMURA, migrated to Satsuma Province to master the Jigenryu line.
  97. In the late Sengoku (Warring States) period, Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple was fortified with stone walls which were as strong as castle walls.
  98. In the late Sengoku period (of Japan), the Utsunomiya clan became daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) and confronted the Gohojo clan emerging in the Kanto region as the shogun family, the Ashikaga clan was weakened.
  99. In the late Sengoku period (period of warring states in Japan), many peasants in farming villages were sent off to war, and this resulted in a critical decrease in agricultural production.
  100. In the late Sengoku period, powerful Sengoku daimyo brought their vassals into complete subordination, whereas before they had been independent to a certain degree and were able to refuse orders depending on the circumstances.
  101. In the late Tenpo era (1830 - 1844), a kind of sushi was peddled in Edo (old Tokyo), aburaage opened from one side into the shape of a bag, and stuffed with rice mixed with minced mushrooms and kanpyo.
  102. In the late afternoon of November 15, Nakaoka visited Omiya and they talked about the Sanjo-ohashi Seisatsu Incident.
  103. In the late autumn, Genji visits her and is reluctant to leave.
  104. In the late eighth century, temples recognized a deity that was related to them as their guardian deity or tutelary shrine.
  105. In the late era of Shingen, seals for different purposes, such as "post horse" and "ship," were used.
  106. In the late fourteenth century, Goryeo came to be often invaded by wako as China was and suffered enormous damage.
  107. In the late half of the fifth century, Kofun mounds in the northern part of Kyushu and the Kinai region increasingly adopted the horizontal stone chamber structural style.
  108. In the late medieval period, Atsutane HIRATA developed Yumei shinpan shiso, which was ideologically influenced by the Last Judgment in Christianity and an idea of henotheism with Ame no Minakanushi as god of creation, and the development of the theories provided a way leading to the modern era.
  109. In the late medieval period, as the nation became unsettled, kosen bosen (offensive and defensive war) broke out frequently to resolve disputes over the boundaries of territories or the like by force (self-help) instead of by bringing them into court.
  110. In the late modern age, there appeared a new form in which the words were divided by category and subdivided by number of kana characters, which became mainstream.
  111. In the late modern times, when the power of the feudal lords waned, a lord of the shogunate system tried to deny the Soudaikinou (a function of village residents' representative) function of a Shoya and Nanushi.
  112. In the late ninth century, Itodokoro was established as the betsudokoro (branch office) of Nuidonoryo.
  113. In the late period of Kamakura era the name of the clan had been already seen here and there in Awa Province.
  114. In the late seventh century, Silla succeeded in unifying the Korean Peninsula and restraining the interference of the Tang Dynasty, and although making reference to the Luli of Tang Dynasty, it constructed its own Luli System.
  115. In the late sixth century, which was the time of Emperor Bidatsu and Emperor Yomei, MONONOBE no Moriya, a son of Okoshi, was appointed as omuraji.
  116. In the late stage of Mikkyo, the principle of Buddha's nature was pursued.
  117. In the late stage of Shingen's time, the strategy was changed from advancing northward to advancing southward and he invaded into Suruga and confronted with the Oda and Tokugawa clans in Owari and Mikawa.
  118. In the late stage of the Kamakura period, Imperial Prince Morinaga, who was a prince of the Emperor Godaigo, raised an army in Mt. Yoshino to overthrow the shogunate.
  119. In the late tondenhei settlements, unlike the early settlements, the emphasis was shifted from the Sapporo vicinity to Kamikawa and Sorachi.
  120. In the late twentieth century, styles and techniques for studying literature varied significantly due to the influence of literary theory.
  121. In the later Edo period, however, they came to be displayed in tokonoma in the same manner as chaire, out of necessity of respectfully treating articles received from superiors.
  122. In the later Edo period, some concubines of shogun were given 'Otoshiyori-kamizakaku' (literally, the head Otoshiyori level).
  123. In the later Edo period, uprisings in local domains became frequent because of the unstableness of the society.
  124. In the later Han, Kobun-kei was never assigned as gakkan, but they gained influence by advancing the study on interpretation of the meaning of old characters, words and phrases of the sacred texts among ordinary citizens.
  125. In the later Heian period, Priest Genshin (also called Eshin Sozu) wrote "Ojoyoshu" (The Essentials of Salvation), and this helped the spread of the faith in Jodo Sect (the Pure Land Sect of Buddhism).
  126. In the later Heian period, the system of "nengu" (land tax), "kuji" (public duties/temporary taxes), and "bueki" (compulsory service) was established, and their imposition was done per "myoden" (the farming land that served as the unit of taxation and labor-enforcement in those days).
  127. In the later Japanese ritsuryo legal code system, Tomokuyu was given to Chugu and Togu and the Tomoku system was the same as the Fuko system except for the name.
  128. In the later Kamakura period, a branch family of the Isawa-lineage Takeda clan, having a connection with the Tokuso Family of Hojo clan, inherited Kai no Shugo (the provincial constable of Kai Province) instead of the Nobutoki-lineage Takeda clan who had transferred the headquarters as Aki no Shugo.
  129. In the later Meiji period around 1900, kakushi nenbutsu existed as a secret society in some places, such as Nagoya, Gifu, Asakusa, and Yokohama, and since its existence was regarded problematic, a muckraking book on the system of its doctrines was published in order to wipe it out.
  130. In the later Meiji period, as Kodokan judo spread nationwide, jujutsu practice halls which held their matches in the rules of Kodokan judo also increased.
  131. In the later Ming and Yuan periods, paper money became used increasingly more than copper coins.
  132. In the later Muromachi period, drinking tea was popular even among ordinary people, while in formal tea ceremonies, expensive Chinese utensils called 'karamono' (particularly, utensils with popular names were called 'Meibutsu (tea utensils)') were in use.
  133. In the later Showa period, women's amateur sumo (called shin sumo, which literally means "new sumo") was held and there is now an organization called 'New Japan Sumo Federation.'
  134. In the later Zen sect architectural style, Katomado (specially shaped windows with many s-shaped curves found in a Zen temple) were devised.
  135. In the later ages, people began to believe that the starving man was Bodhidharma.
  136. In the later eras
  137. In the later generations, kuge (a court noble), temples and shoen also used the term for important documents and the person in charge of dealing with it.
  138. In the later half of the six century, people in the northern part of Kyusyu enthusiastically constructed soshoku kofun (decorated tombs) in northern part of Kyusyu.
  139. In the later middle ages, the political community formed by a league of ikki would be armed.
  140. In the later part of the Muromachi period, "Shjijo School Kitchen-knife Book" was written as a cook book which outlines the way of the kitchen-knife in Shijo School.
  141. In the later period, Naoe clan of the Echigo Province calls themselves as the descendants of Kyoke.
  142. In the later period, his descendent called themselves the Hamuro family and prospered as a toshoke (families recognized as kugyo (noble).
  143. In the later periods, a good number of Ryokai mandala were continuously created.
  144. In the later research by Kazuo NIMURA, a popular theory is that a head of hanba (accommodation for mine workers) provoked workers, and this was the direct opener.
  145. In the later year, his son Nobuyori who took over his father's nature to love "bu" (military arts) kept his name in the history as the ringleader of the Heiji War.
  146. In the later years of the Emperor Tenchi, disputes over the succession to the Imperial Throne estranged her husband Oama no Miko from her father the Emperor Tenchi.
  147. In the later years, FUJIWARA no Nagaie resided in the residence of the Imperial Prince, the prince's other name became the house name of the family, "Mikohidari-ke" (Mikohidari family).
  148. In the latest study, noting that the 'Datsu-A Ron' was an anonymous editorial published in the Jiji Shinpo newspaper, the focus has now been on who wrote it.
  149. In the latter Sengoku Period (Japan), as the existence of the Minato Ando clan of Kaminokuni family was threatened by the lack of the heir, Chikasue ANDO of the Hiyama Shimonokuni family succeeded to the reign of the Minato family also, and integrated the two Ando families, although the detail is unkown.
  150. In the latter Sengoku period, Hirayamajiro (castles built on a hill in a plain) and Hirajiro (castles built on flatland) with their castle towns became the mainstream.
  151. In the latter Sengoku period, a lord's residence was constructed within the main walls of their castle at the top of the mountain, while the lord made his vassals and their clans live on the mountainsideas as his hostages.
  152. In the latter case of the above, a character of Amagimi (the nun) appears six times in one scene.
  153. In the latter case, criminals were taken to village officer, gonin-gumi, or relatives of the town of residence.
  154. In the latter case, one or more fixed spectators ascended onto hanamichi (an elevated runway through audience leading to stage) and uttered complimentary speech of tsurane (a long declamatory speech) toward their favorite player.
  155. In the latter case, the curse was placed because the sword was forced to move from Isonokami-jingu Shrine to Heian-Kyo.
  156. In the latter case, their kakaku (family status) were mostly kachi class in the han.
  157. In the latter days of the Kamakura period, the government of the Kamakura bakufu was controlled in all but name by the tokuso (head) of the Hojo family; the naikanrei (inner administrator) Nagasaki clan held power at that time.
  158. In the latter half of September 1181, a rebellion broke out in Kaga and Noto, and spread to Echizen Province.
  159. In the latter half of her life, she endeared herself to many of her students as a tea ceremony instructor.
  160. In the latter half of his life, Naoya SHIGA was awarded a Bunka Kunsho (Order of Culture) in 1949 together with Junichiro TANIZAKI, with whom he'd forged a friendship.
  161. In the latter half of the 10th century, Emperor Hanayama issued several policies including Private estate Regulation Acts in order to control the influential.
  162. In the latter half of the 10th century, it was often the case that entrance exam questions were given to applicants in advance, or that preference was given to particular applicants by influential people.
  163. In the latter half of the 11h century, "Shin sarugo ki" was written; it is considered to be written by FUJIWARA no Akihira in his later days.
  164. In the latter half of the 11th century, the Cloister Government started, whereby Daijo Tenno (retired Emperor) became the Chiten no kimi (the retired emperor in power) and influenced political affairs.
  165. In the latter half of the 12th century, Mizunuma kilns were built in Ishimaki City, Miyagi Prefecture, and a Ryokufudai kiln was built in Nishiwaki City, Hyogo Prefecture.
  166. In the latter half of the 13th century, Zen temples including Kencho-ji Temple and Engaku-ji Temple were founded and Kamakura Great Buddha was erected.
  167. In the latter half of the 17th century, sangaku puzzles were collected and compiled as mathematical books and the first one among those published as books is said to be "Shinpeki Sanpo" (Perfect Mathematics or Mathematics on God's wall) of the year 1789, which was edited by Sadasuke FUJITA.
  168. In the latter half of the 18th century, Gohei NAMIKI as a Kabuki playwright and Hinasuke ARASHI I, Kikugoro ONOE I (shodai) and Sojuro SAWAMURA I (shodai) as actors went up to Edo and had a major influence on Edo Kabuki.
  169. In the latter half of the 1940s when the C61/C62 types appeared, Japanese railroad companies were suffering from extreme shortage of coal, so that they were conducting the electrification of lines out of the need of electrification including the main lines.
  170. In the latter half of the 1980s, the taste of tofu made with bittern was again viewed with favor, and now tofu made with bittern is easily available at supermarkets, etc.
  171. In the latter half of the 19th century, Japanese gardens including garden stones, arch bridges, garden lanterns and a tea-ceremony houses were being built in Europe and in America as the Japonism came into style there.
  172. In the latter half of the 20th century, efforts to conserve machiya buildings became active and, in 1984, Nara Machizukuri Center (NMC) was established.
  173. In the latter half of the 2nd century, the Roman Empire was governed by the emperor and the vice emperor, and during the time of emperor Diocletianus, the Empire was divided into the west and the east and governed by two emperors and two vice emperors.
  174. In the latter half of the Edo period and later, the floor layout with the shape of the Chinese character 田 came into wide use.
  175. In the latter half of the Edo period he was often enshrined by advocates of reverence for the Emperor, which led to the foundation of Minatogawa-jinja Shrine, and also, it made a major impact on foundation of Shokon-sha Shrine such as Yasukuni-jinja Shrine.
  176. In the latter half of the Edo period, a post named "Goyogakari" was established to handle, for example, private talks with governmental officers working in the Chu-oku area.
  177. In the latter half of the Edo period, as the Japanese became aware of the trends affecting foreign countries, it became clear that the Shogun's samurai retainers would not be able to master the bewildering array of specialized fields by themselves.
  178. In the latter half of the Edo period, private schools of Western learning, mainly medicine, were prosperous.
  179. In the latter half of the Edo period, some wealthy Saigoku Daimyo (Japanese territorial lord in western Japan) including Shigehide SHIMAZU were so enthusiastic about Rangaku as to be called Ranheki daimyo (daimyo that affects anything Dutch), and then, Rangaku further developed with the support from these daimyo.
  180. In the latter half of the Edo period, the Yanagimoto estate was burned down by fire in 1830, complicating the harsh financial situation further.
  181. In the latter half of the Edo period, various Kasuri were manufactured in large volume in each area.
  182. In the latter half of the Heian period, Buddhist Shinto theory was developed by monks as a religious principle explaining Shinto theoretically.
  183. In the latter half of the Heian period, when Emperor Goichijo celebrated his coming of age, FUJIWARA no Yorimichi was dismissed his Sessho post and was appointed to Kanpaku, and it was proclaimed that he should become Jun-Sessho.
  184. In the latter half of the Kamakura Period temples with gozan status appeared in Japan as well, corresponding to an increase in the number of believers of Zen principles.
  185. In the latter half of the Kamakura period, control by Usa-jingu Shrine was relaxed and the area temporarily came into the possession of Kanto region gokenin (immediate vassals of the shogunate) such as the Odawara clan.
  186. In the latter half of the Muromachi period, Yorikatsu OGASAWARA who is considered to be a scion of Nagakiyo OGASAWARA in the Ogasawara clan, built the simple Fukuchiyama-jo Castle with only an empty moat and earthworks in the hilly area called 'Yokoyama' located in the central part of Fukuchiyama Basin.
  187. In the latter half of the book, however, the storyline became too spread out to be manageable for Robun and so another writer was commissioned to take over.
  188. In the latter half of the eighteenth century, hanashi (comic stories) began to be collected in Kamigata by people who wrote zappai (a lighthearted form of literature which originated from haiku, a Japanese poem in seventeen syllables having a 5-7-5 syllabic form) and kana zoshi, a story book written in kana characters.
  189. In the latter half of the end period, sedentary settlements were found scattered in the region covering Kinki and Kyushu.
  190. In the latter half of the period reigned by Nobutora, a negotiation to reconcile with the Imagawa clan was carried out.
  191. In the latter half of the same month, he returned to Edo with Negishi, Shimizu, Chozo SUZUKI, and others.
  192. In the latter half of the seventeenth century, Buzaemon SHIKANO from Osaka began 'Zashiki Shikata Hanashi' (theatrical comic storytelling performed inside a house) at playhouses and bathhouses within Edo.
  193. In the latter half of the seventh century it was an important place for the Yamato Dynasty to rule Mutsu Province, and speaking a little more daringly, it was presumably the early provincial capital of Mutsu Province.
  194. In the latter half of the seventh century when the Ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based upon the ritsuryo code) was established, farmland became integrated into the system of Handen Shuju ho (the law of periodic reallocations of farmland), such as kubunden (farmland given to each farmer in the Ritsuryo system).
  195. In the latter half of the sixth century, domestic control by Yamato sovereignty was stable, and feuds over succession to the Imperial Throne were rather conspicuous.
  196. In the latter half of the third century and onward; large keyhole-shaped mounds which were considered to be imperial mounds, were significantly scaled up from the mounds in the early 'Kofun period' and appeared in Nara Basin.
  197. In the latter half of the twentieth century, as gekkin with a long neck was introduced in "Yokohama Kaidashi Kiko" (published serially in the comic magazine "Gekkan Afternoon"), the hero of which Alpha HATSUSENO played it, it began to be known by younger generation and it enjoyed a quiet boom.
  198. In the latter half of the war, the chances were against the Allies on the European front, so that the Allies, including Britain, requested the dispatch of Japanese army to Europe.
  199. In the latter incident, the damaged area had been already soiled with sediment and the original colors of the murals had been lost at the time of discovery.
  200. In the latter part of "Nihon Gafu", it is written that Li Tung-yang was good at giko gafu and Sanyo followed him in producing "Nihon Gafu."
  201. In the latter part of his life, Minehira TACHIBANA secluded himself away in his retreat known as '半間庵' and announced he was entering the (Buddhist) priesthood under the name Tanji Hokin Nyudo Kakugen.
  202. In the latter part of oharae no kotoba, it is described how sins and impurities are extinguished.
  203. In the latter part of the 15th centuries, Sesshu (1420 - 1502/1506), one of the famous painters, not only as a Suiboku-ga painter, appeared.
  204. In the latter part of the Edo period, Kodai-ji Temple temporarily served as the base of the Goryo Eji (Kodaiji-to Party, a splinter group of the Shinsengumi).
  205. In the latter part of the Edo period, fusuma paper pasted on karakami-shoji was called watoshi, improved by introducing various ideas and was mass-produced.
  206. In the latter part of the Edo period, the study of Japanese classical literature was begun by Norinaga MOTOORI, which led to the Meiji restoration.
  207. In the latter part of the Heian period, Nosan and his son Myosan (明算) flourished and served the Emperor Shirakawa and Sekkan-ke (the families which produced regents).
  208. In the latter part of the Heian period, a monk named Soi attempted to restore Shimo-dera.
  209. In the latter part of the Heian period, the 'Third Age of Buddhism' theory became widely believed in Japan.
  210. In the latter part of the Heian period, the entire area in which Kongo-in Temple is situated was known as 'Shiraku no Sho' and was ruled by TAIRA no Kiyomori, son of the Samurai TAIRA no Tadamori.
  211. In the latter part of the Kamakura Period, the Emperor Godaigo started an anti-Shogunate movement and when the Kenmu Restoration by the Emperor Godaigo began after the fall of the Shogunate, the Five Mountain System was reformed to meet with Kyoto.
  212. In the latter part of the Muromachi period, the makeup powder called 'beni oshiroi' (beni makeup powder), which is the face powder mixed with light-pinkish beni powder, became popular and the makeup style was changed to what gave women more lively impressions, reflecting the trend of those times.
  213. In the latter part of the Sengoku period, the intermediate samurai rank of ashigaru taisho (samurai in command of a troop ashigaru) came to be recognized and was awarded an annual stipend of between 200 and 500 koku.
  214. In the latter part of the sixteenth century, the model that used seven ridged patterns in a single unit was adopted as if to fill the gap between the ridged patterns.
  215. In the latter part of the sixth century, construction of these tombs ceased throughout the country.
  216. In the latter part of the text the hero appears as an old man, which imparts a broad structure of biography to the narrative.
  217. In the latter part, appearing in the monk's dream in her husband's noshi, she recalls a poem she had composed while waiting in vain for her husband.
  218. In the latter part, it was stated that there was 12,000 ri from Daifang Commandery to Jo koku.
  219. In the latter part, the phrases are identical with other edicts saying as follows; although Hyakuhekikei-shi (numerous close confidents) requested me, but I was afraid and dared not to proceed nor retreat, but finally I myself decided to take the throne.
  220. In the latter section, J-Through Card can be redeemed with tickets at the automatic ticket machine.
  221. In the latter section, the character appears again in a form that makes the audience imagine what he was like before death.
  222. In the latter stage of the Heian Period Dengaku troupes were formed under the protection of temples and shrines.
  223. In the latter term, the suffix "-ki" attached to adjectives turned into "-i."
  224. In the latter, it was argued that the regent was of a different nature than the three high level bureaucrats and should not be considered equivalent to general court nobles (consequently, in the palace he should be in a higher position than the three high level bureaucrats).
  225. In the latter, the term Kanko-sai Festival is used for the process of the return trip from the destination to the shrine.
  226. In the law Kujikata-osadamegaki (the law of Edo bakufu), the letter was called Ribetsujo.
  227. In the learning dormitories, scholar monks from various sects of Buddhism worked hard together, and for the scholar monks of the Tendai sect used the dormitories to perform the ascetic practice.
  228. In the lecture Fenollosa pointed out the following as characteristics of Nihon-ga and evaluated its excellence.
  229. In the lecture room, 'Saturday courses by Ritsumeikan,' lecture courses by the university for the general public opened on March 31, 1946, are still held even now on every Saturday as well as lecture courses for the general public.
  230. In the legal procedures, in particular, at that time, a party to a suit requested a hearing on certain dates and the person in charge of the case such as a magistrate decided on whether to approve the dates; thus, the lawsuit was likely to stop for years if he rejected the request.
  231. In the legal world, the first time the term 'national treasure' was ever employed was in the 1897 Ancient Temples and Shrines Preservation Law.
  232. In the legend of Sagamihara City the giant is called Deidarabocchi, and while he was carrying Mt. Fuji to a different place, he became tired then sat on Mt. Fuji and rested.
  233. In the legend of the Kibune-jinja Shrine, Kibune is considered to be the place where Emperor Jinmu's mother, Tamayori-hime-no-mikoto, reached when going up the sources of the Yodo-gawa and Kamogawa Rivers, therefore some Japanese legends hold that the Kibune-gawa River is the source of the Kamogawa River.
  234. In the legend of the pacification of Ashihara no Nakatsukuni (the Central Land of Reed Plains), Amenowakahiko is described as a child of Amatsukunitama.
  235. In the legend, Saburo ASAHINA digged Matsushima Bay to create Mt. Funagata.
  236. In the legends related to the origin of hot springs, many tales are found such as the one saying to the effect that a dear, a crane or an egret successfully cured their injuries and the one saying to the effect that famous Buddhist monks, such as Kukai, discovered the hot spring.
  237. In the letter of reprimand, Nobuhide was bitterly criticized as 'regarding the frivolous acts of Jinkuro, there are too many to describe.'
  238. In the letter to his uncle written in February 1615, in between Osaka Fuyu no Jin (the Siege of Osaka in Winter) and Osaka Natsu no Jin, and in letters to his older brother and sister, the name Nobushige is used.
  239. In the letter to the curator, Junan signed as "Nakagawa Sjunnan."
  240. In the letter was an order to kill Narimoto.
  241. In the letter, Kanetane mentioned that the Restoration of Imperial Rule is imminent in the confused political situation of the end of Edo Period.
  242. In the letter, SAIGO expressed his delighted feelings about the rebellions of warrior class together with his own will as 'once I will decide to raise the army, I will surprise the whole world.'
  243. In the light of ancient belief in kotodama (soul or power of language), it may be explained that one with magically stronger kotodama could win in a poetry contest and dominate his/her opponent while the other one who lost the contest had to submit himself/herself to the opponent.
  244. In the light of behavioral record of Prince Oama in "Nihonshoki", it's generally understood that the Angu was located in Nogami in Mino Province.
  245. In the light of the above, okappiki and meakashi were only private servants of a doshin, not proper members of the town magistrate's office, although they are sometimes regarded as present-day police officers.
  246. In the line of kokushi ukeoi, kokushi imposed taxation such as kanmotsu (tribute goods paid as taxes or tithes), zatsueki (odd-job tasks) and so on to tato (cultivators, powerful farmers) since last half of the 10th century.
  247. In the lineage of Shinto priest, Shrine Mon replaces Kamon (Hanabishi-mon, Kashiwa-mon and so on).
  248. In the lineage of Tadaie INA, the other son of Tadamoto, Tadatsugu INA, served Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  249. In the list to send a message in Japanese on the phone, the word 'yu' is expressed as 'yu of Yumiya.'
  250. In the literati culture, it was regarded as an artistically elegant by enjoying tea as one likes while reading Chinese-style poems or drawing pictures at places of scenic beauty.
  251. In the literature from the Edo period, such as "Yamato-honzo", "Wakan Sansai Zue" and "Saikai Zokudan", Shii is written '黒?' in Kanji, which means ''black disaster.''
  252. In the literature, hosonaga and casing of it with detailed description are shown in the column of the birth of the Emperor Gofushimi's Princess Junshi in "Entairyaku"(Diary of Kinkata TOIN).
  253. In the literature, the accounts written by those unrelated to Nobukatsu ODA made no reference at all to his actual mother, while the accounts written by those closely related to Nobukatsu ODA carried references indicating that Nobutada ODA's mother came from the Ikoma clan.
  254. In the local lore Emperor Jinmu's ship left Mimitsu on the first day of the eighth month in the old calendar.
  255. In the local regions, there were high expectations for 'Miyohajime' when there was the change of family heads or feudal lords.
  256. In the local societies, Akuto (persons against the established social control system in medieval times) and soson (communities consisting of peasants' self-governing associations) appeared in history, effectively and rapidly changing the shoen koryo sei.
  257. In the long history of Ju-kyo, there is an endless list of various disputes including, the dispute between Kobun and Kinbun, the period of time to observe mourning, relation with Buddhism in terms of thought, and view towards law and Qi.
  258. In the long term, it is likely viewed that the Keishi system inheriting the ancient family property system came to be converted into the medieval master-servant system through the transformation in the Heian period.
  259. In the lower level is a Womb Realm Dainichi Nyorai; and in the upper level are relics of the Buddha and 1000 Lotus Sutras (Hokkekyo).
  260. In the lower part of the mural, there is an offering stand and one pair of Shishi lions on the left and the right.
  261. In the lunar calendar, 'Sakutantoji' (the winter solstice on the 1st of the eleventh month) comes around once in 19 or 20 years (Metonic cycle).
  262. In the lunar calendar, his birthday and the anniversary of his death are the same.
  263. In the lunisolar calendar, a cycle of 7 leap months in 19 years was called 'Sho' (a chapter) and the year, in which an old chapter was replaced by a new one, was named 'Shoshu,' meaning the first year of the new chapter.
  264. In the lunisolar calendar, the number of days in a month is 29 or 30 days.
  265. In the main battle in Sekigahara on October 11, he fought bravely against the troops of Yoshimasa TANAKA and Sadatsugu TSUTSUI on the eastern army.
  266. In the main body of Nihonshoki, Kuninotokotachi no Mikoto was described as the first god to appear, and that it was a male god.
  267. In the main body of Nihonshoki, it was born as 'Kukunochi, the spirit of trees' after mountain, river, and sea, and after that, Kayano-hime, the spirit of grass and spirit of field was born.
  268. In the main body, Futsunushi and Takemikazuchi suppressed Kunitsu Kami (gods of the land) entirely, even finishing off plants and stones, but Kagaseo, the god of stars, solely disobeyed, so Takehatsuchi (Shitorigamitakehazuchi no Mikoto) was dispatched for conquest.
  269. In the main building, the traditional furniture had been used for a long time by repeated repairs even after the completion of a new building, but in 2006 the bed clothes, the furniture, and the air conditioners were wholly renewed and it underwent a complete change.
  270. In the main exposition component (shoshubun) of the commentary on the sutra, the king of a certain country entered the priesthood as a disciple of Sejizaiobutsu (The Buddha who Enjoyed Perfect Freedom in the World) and assumed the religious name Hojo Bosatsu.
  271. In the main fight that took place on September 15th, despite the commander-in-chief Yoshitsugu and other military commanders of the West squad troops, including Tamehiro and Nagatsugu, having fought to the death, Nobuyoshi succeeded in escaping the battle with his life.
  272. In the main part of the burial facilities on the rounded rear part of the tumulus, there is an estimated 9.4-meter long, large-scale Nendokaku (clay surrounding wooden coffin), of which the main part had been robbed.
  273. In the main stone chamber, products made using precious stones, such as magadama (comma-shaped beads of hisui (jade)), cylindrical beads of jasper, stone bracelets resembling shell bracelets, miniature chairs of stone, miniature combs and miniature lidded small containers, were placed.
  274. In the main text of "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), she appears as the Empress.
  275. In the main text of "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), she is mentioned as the Empress, and she was a daughter of Shiki no agatanonushi Ome.
  276. In the main text of "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), there is no article describing this grant of the Three Sacred Treasures.
  277. In the main text of 'The Tale of Genji' this person was always known by the different positions he held as his career and age advanced.
  278. In the main texts, deleted characters, pasted sheets of paper and added sheets of paper are included, suggesting that the manuscripts were checked well.
  279. In the main video-content business, to make up for the slowdown in Japanese films Toei created a distribution section for foreign films, though it was in fact limited to films from Hong Kong.
  280. In the main, the first, and the third alternate writings in Nihonshoki, she was second to metamorphism and was enshrined in Nakatsu-no-miya Shrine.
  281. In the major castle towns such as Kyoto and Kanazawa, those merchant houses that were built on deep and narrow lots were also referred to as eel's nest.
  282. In the major spring festival of May 3, a total of 200 people parade about one kilometer from Otabisho (a temporary accommodation for the portable shrine) to the shrine.
  283. In the making of sake, the more sakamai (rice for brewing sake) is polished, the more part around the rice grain which is cause of zatsumi (unfavorable taste of sake) is got rid of.
  284. In the marching record, his name was listed between Kango ARIDOSHI and Mikisaburo SUZUKI.
  285. In the marine area around the 'Minatomirai district,' the project for ecological education called 'Yume wakame workshop' (dream seaweed workshop) is held, and a total of 300 local elementary students farm seaweed in the port of Yokohama.
  286. In the market and other places, the similar products are sold with the phonetic expression of the Japanese narazuke (ナラヂュケ) in Korean writing system.
  287. In the market where a za obtained an exclusive right to sell their merchandise, at the same time, they attempted to monopolize the market by prohibiting merchants and artisans who did not participated in that za from engaging in trade, and thus they sustained small traders belonging to the za.
  288. In the marketplace, various kinds of products are sold, such as katsuobushi-flavored "Hondashi" (manufactured by Ajinomoto Co., Inc.) and the extracts of chicken-bone broth, bouillon and consomme;
  289. In the martial arts of China and Ryukyu, it refers to the art which is called "konjutsu", which uses a stick with the little thicker center known as a 'kon,' instead of 'bo' (staff), and was devised as a martial art that originated from kenpo (martial art by hands).
  290. In the mass media relevance, the ceremony was covered live on radio broadcasting, which started in 1925.
  291. In the match, he fought against a former WWE wrestler Kenzo SUZUKI.
  292. In the materials by Iori MIYAMOTO including "Kokura Hibun" are found many errors and exaggerations for honoring Musashi.
  293. In the materials by the Yoshioka family, there is no information on Seijuro's defeat or retirement, Denshichiro's death, nor the last fight at Sagarimatsu, therefore, the fights might be fabrications.
  294. In the mean time, a set of hair ornaments for dayu at Yoshiwara in Edo (Tokyo) consisted of three combs, two tama-kanzashi, two matsuba, one kogai (a bar-shaped ornamental hairpin) and twelve kiccho (other than these items, braided cord ornament to be attached to the back of mage were also included).
  295. In the mean time, grand household names were restored: Harudanji KATSURA III in 1959 and Shokaku SHOFUKUTEI VI in 1962.
  296. In the mean time, the First and Third Divisions marched further to the north and occupied Pyongyang and suspended their marching.
  297. In the mean time, the government acknowledged the necessity of establishing the National Diet and issued the imperial instruction that promised to establish the Diet in 10 years, intending to ward off public criticism.
  298. In the meaning of Chinese character, the term 'matsuri' (祭) refers to a funeral ceremony in the countries which use Chinese characters, and in present-day Japan, the term 'matsuri' (祭り) has a meaning in contradiction to that in China, but, when focusing on the comfort, this term has the same meaning in essentials.
  299. In the meantime Genpachi, visiting Shimotsuke after several provinces, encountered a specter cat in Mt. Koshin and shot it in the left eye with his bow.
  300. In the meantime Keno had an opportunity to meet Kaname no mae, Sadamasa OGIGAYATSU's wife, in Yushima Tenjin and asked to assassinate Itsutota KOMIYAMA, a cunning retainer.
  301. In the meantime Motofuji HIKITA, the lord of Tateyama-jo Castle in Kazusa Province, launched a rebellion against the Satomi family with the help of Happyaku-bikuni Myochin.
  302. In the meantime Sadamasa OGIGAYATSU, hating the Dog Warriors and their master, the Satomi family, raised an army to defeat the Satomi family in cooperation with Akisada YAMANOUCHI and Nariuji ASHIKAGA.
  303. In the meantime five JNR E10 steam locomotives were produced in 1949, after which steam locomotives were not produced any more.
  304. In the meantime the Tokugawa side had suspicious feelings toward the Toyotomi side because ronin would not leave the castle.
  305. In the meantime the Toyotomi side protested that they were responsible for the reclamation of Ninomaru, however the Tokugawa side, saying that they were just helping because the work was going slowly, went on the reclamation work.
  306. In the meantime there occurred a coup d'etat by Zokuron-to, a pro-Bakufu power, and opinions within the clan temporarily shifted to pro-Bakufu; but Zokuron-to was defeated by Kihei-tai (奇兵隊) led by Shinsaku TAKASUGI, and the opinion of the clan again shifted toward the Tobaku movement.
  307. In the meantime, "han" (domain) was a system newly established at that time and "han" didn't exist as a system of the Edo bakufu.
  308. In the meantime, 'Shochiku Cinema School of Acting' was closed due to confrontations with in-house directors who were focused on commercialism.
  309. In the meantime, 'Soba no Hana Festa' (the Buckwheat Flower Festa) designed to revitalize agriculture and the region with major attractions including buckwheat flower viewing and hand-made soba workshop has been organized every year.
  310. In the meantime, 'The Sino-Swedish Expedition', a collaboration of Sweden and China, under the leadership of Sven Hedin was dispatched to the western regions of China in 1930.
  311. In the meantime, Bokkai improved relations with Tang China and began sending the envoys to Changan; since Japan had maintained good relations with Bokkai, ABE no Nakamaro requested the Emperor Xuanzong of Tang to send Hironari and others back to Japan through Bokkai, which was approved.
  312. In the meantime, Daihachi left for Awa with Chu-dai and Myoshin, Daihachi's grandmother, but was spirited off on the way.
  313. In the meantime, FUJIWARA no Nakamaro (son of Muchimaro) from the Southern House of the Fujiwara clan, who successfully gained the confidence of the Empress Komyo, accumulated power and organized a Shibi chudai (office responsible for affairs of the Empress Komyo).
  314. In the meantime, Ieyasu, who invaded Kai Province, skillfully persuaded Masayuki SANADA into the Tokugawa side with the help of Nobushige YODA, and also supported Sadayoshi OGASAWARA of Tokugawa side, which caused a confrontation between him and the Hojo army (Tenshojingo Rebellion).
  315. In the meantime, Imperial Prince Moriyoshi and his biological son also called themselves 'Itsutsujinomiya,' there were two 'Itsutsuji nomiya families' at the same time.
  316. In the meantime, Kangen founded Hannya-ji Temple, petitioned the emperor to award Kukai the title of Kobo Daishi.
  317. In the meantime, Kintomo ANEGAKOJI, who was regarded as a leader of sonjo party, was assassinated (the Sakuheimon incident); some groups that had worked for kobu-gattai, including the Satsuma clan, were suspected to be responsible for the incident and for a while their authority fell.
  318. In the meantime, Masanobu worked as the togu no fu for three emperors, Kazan, Ichijo and Sanjo, while they were crown prince.
  319. In the meantime, Masayoshi MATSUKATA, from Satsuma Domain, discontent with Okuma who would not carry out a radical financial reform, left the Ministry of the Treasury to take the position of Minister of Interior to replace Ito at the occasion of Sano's assumption of Minister of the Treasury.
  320. In the meantime, Murata led the platoon as he followed Saigo and guarded the meetings.
  321. In the meantime, Nobunaga left for the front leading a large number troops, 30,000 from Gifu on June 30, and joined 8,000 troops of the Tokugawa army at Noda in Mikawa Province on July 5.
  322. In the meantime, Nobutada ODA invaded from Ina, Nagachika KANAMORI from Hida Province, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA from Suruga Province and Ujinao HOJO from Kanto and Izu Province into Takeda territory (Subjugation of Takeda).
  323. In the meantime, OTOMO no Fukei who was on the side of the Prince Oama planned to seize the control of the enemy's troops by breaking into the City of Yamato with a small number of soldiers.
  324. In the meantime, Rennyo always made sure that Kyokaku regularly received nengu (land tax) from Kawaguchi no Sho.
  325. In the meantime, Saigyo awoke from his dream.
  326. In the meantime, Shingon-in was recognized as a dojo-seminary for nation protection.
  327. In the meantime, Shinsaku TAKASUGI, a member of the Choshu clan, lamented their weak troops and started to form new groups to include ordinary, non-samurai class people, such as Kihei-tai (a cavalry squad), which could help the Choshu clan.
  328. In the meantime, Shojiro GOTO and his followers consequently lost support and organized Kokumin Liberal Party (National Liberal Party), which turned into a government-leaning party; however, they could gain only five parliamentary seats in the first general election, which barely bestowed them much political clout.
  329. In the meantime, Tameaki ANDO and Makoto SAITO asserted that "Kuji kongen" written by Yoshimoto's grandson Kaneyoshi ICHIJO was the commentary of Nenjugyoji Utaawase.
  330. In the meantime, Yoshihisa SHIMAZU was panicked to hear Hideyoshi's army moving southward.
  331. In the meantime, Yuranosuke leads a life of debauchery in Gion as if he has forgotten about the revenge.
  332. In the meantime, a France-based middle commissioner Naonobu SAMEJIMA and an England-based major commissioner Munenori TERASHIMA heard a news that one Japanese was engaging in extravagances and this news was reported to the Foreign Minister SOEJIMA in Japan.
  333. In the meantime, a daughter of the teahouse 'Yoshida-ya,' Hiroko opened a teahouse for the first time as a apprentice geisha after World War II, but later carried out the eri-age to become a geisha, and as a result, apprentice geisha disappeared from Kamishichiken for some time.
  334. In the meantime, a raccoon dog called Kichibei DANJIRI is enshrined in a corner of the grounds of Enoki-jinja Shrine (Horikawa Ebisu-jinja Shrine: also called Horikawa no Ebisu) in the Kita Ward, Osaka City (hence it is also called Danjiri-inari Shrine).
  335. In the meantime, a visit to the Imperial Palace for presenting the chairman's Hotobun was scheduled on the following day, 11, at 11 in the morning, but all of a sudden at twilight, the Imperial Household Ministry announced that the visit should have been postponed, and on 11, dissolution of the Diet was ordered.
  336. In the meantime, armed groups belonging to shrines were called Jinin.
  337. In the meantime, as he was described as having appeared as Ongenjya (mountaineering ascetic) when Imperial Prince Tsuneaki was born, in "Kinhira Koki Diary" (the diary of Kinhira SAIONJI), he also acted as gojiso (a priest who prays for the security of the emperor).
  338. In the meantime, black Shiho-bon (square tray) where the tip represents the nock of an arrow is called Haneda-bon and believed to have been originated by Haneda.
  339. In the meantime, by 1882, Kamigyo kumi No.12 of was integrated into Kamigyo kumi No.11.
  340. In the meantime, classical Japanese culture was denounced, and there were examples of book burning of written traditions of song and dance.
  341. In the meantime, for the buses using the system of getting on from the rear-side door and paying the fare later, a sign reading 'One-man bus: Please get on from the rear-door' was displayed on the left of the direction-displaying cloth, which is placed on the front side of the bus, and also on the side surface of the bus body.
  342. In the meantime, four troupes of Yamato sarugaku which were organized in the Muromachi period, Tobiza, Yusakiza, Sakadoza and Enmaiza, are collectively called Yamato-shiza.
  343. In the meantime, he assumed the post of setsuri (president) of Ochanomizu University from 1880 to 1881.
  344. In the meantime, he became interested in history, and visited notable scholars of Japanese classical literature, such as Kiyonori KONAKAMURA, Hiroshi KURITA, Toyokai MOTOORI, etc. to ask for their teaching.
  345. In the meantime, he could improve his art by appearing in cinemas and came out of doldrums, and he displayed the art which we can call the spirit of Kamigata wagoto (the production style of a love scene in Kamigata (Kyoto and Osaka area)) and he was highly appreciated.
  346. In the meantime, he learned waka poem from Gyoe of Nijo school.
  347. In the meantime, he led his men who were engaged in campaign and missionary work at the Russo-Japanese War, and he often expressed sympathy for the soldiers in locations throughout China.
  348. In the meantime, he married Onna Ninomiya of the current emperor (Genji Monogatari) who became his legitimate wife and his prosperity reached its height (he was also promoted to Gon Dainagon (provisional major counselor) and Udaisho (Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) around this time).
  349. In the meantime, he released many results of his practical studies about the history of Japan, Korea, and China.
  350. In the meantime, he started writing, using thoughts and ideas he put down in more than 20 notebooks.
  351. In the meantime, he taught at Gakushuin (educational institution for children of Japanese aristocracy), Tokyo Fine Arts School and so on.
  352. In the meantime, he tried to obtain the products of Tang by presenting ashiginu (a kind of silk cloth) to JANG Bogo, a merchant of Silla, but failed due to the death of Jang.
  353. In the meantime, he was also active in the field of Haikairenga (humorous or vulgar Renga), who was regarded as the leading person of Danrin-ha Haikairenga (the Danrin school style Haikairenga) in around Empo era (1673-1681).
  354. In the meantime, he was promoted to kaitaku daijo (literally, development inspector) and embarked on establishment of yukaku (red-light district) for immigrants and civil engineering workers increasing in number.
  355. In the meantime, he wrote scripts and created a screenplay for "Haru to musume" (Spring and A Girl) in 1932, which is known as the first film to be dubbed with a full soundtrack.
  356. In the meantime, hearing on June 10 of Hideyoshi's approach, Mitsuhide hurried to repair Yodo-jo Castle and Shoryuji-jo Castle, and pulled back his forces taking up their position on Mt. Otokoyama.
  357. In the meantime, his wife died in 1872 and he remarried Ryoko MUTSU the following year.
  358. In the meantime, in Saigoku (western part of Japan (esp. Kyushu, but ranging as far east as Kinki)) as the peasants strengthened their territorial bond and formed villages, Hyakushouke (the contract system that the manor's owner entrust a peasant to manage his manor and pay the customs) began to appear in addition to Jitouke.
  359. In the meantime, in the eastern part of Japan, the zenzai using tsubuan (the azuki bean paste with azuki chunks in it) is called "shiruko."
  360. In the meantime, instead of court nobles and lords who nominally held important posts but actually were out of touch with practical works, officials who were convened to the government from each domain gripped the practical work, grew as Restoration bureaucrats, and gradually won administrative initiative.
  361. In the meantime, kimono fashion of common people gradually took a direction to obscure part of the kimono such as linings and hems due to the spate of thrift orders by the Edo bakufu.
  362. In the meantime, kobetsu shizoku (families derived from the Imperial family) were established by high-ranking court nobles adopting members of the Imperial family.
  363. In the meantime, myoshu, who only gained Kajishi, was called Kajishi myoshushiki.
  364. In the meantime, on December 30, Mitsuosa noted 'a so-called ofune (coffin) was lighted by the moon' in his examination journal, most contents of which were almost medical-records-like, business-like descriptions.
  365. In the meantime, people in the residence thought that Yoshitaka was seated as usual, but the truth came out at night.
  366. In the meantime, small-scale shrines were abolished as a result of shrine merger in the end of Meiji period.
  367. In the meantime, some Daigaku-besso also established their own Gakumonryo system.
  368. In the meantime, some councils, such as the council of the department of liberal arts, conceded the decision of the university, and confrontation among councils arising from differences in philosophy or policy for movements also became apparent.
  369. In the meantime, some of the members of the Onwa faction (called Rito) that had been believed to be pro-government political force became strongly nationalistic and started to have conflicts with the government.
  370. In the meantime, students (except for those who took radical action while carrying the above-mentioned placards) were singing together while looking across at the Emperor's party and didn't take any actions to hinder them.
  371. In the meantime, suppression of free speech came into effect with implementation of Zanboritsu (the Defamation Law) and Shinbunshi Jorei (Press Regulations).
  372. In the meantime, taking over his predecessor IWAMURA's vision of establishing in Kamikawa area "Hokkyo" (literally, northern state capital) comparable to Tokyo and Kyoto so as to promote immigration from Honshu (the main island of Japan), NAGAYAMA appealed it to the central government.
  373. In the meantime, the Japanese Navy ultimately destroyed the Russian Baltic Fleet in the Battle of Tsushima.
  374. In the meantime, the Kubota clan, who were focused on mine development as a measure to reconstruct their finances, invited Gennai to be a mine engineer in August of 1773.
  375. In the meantime, the Nyobo (lady-in-waiting) of Josaimonin (posthumous title given to Imperial Princess Muneko) was reassigned to Shigeko, and the position of Keishi (steward in charge of running the Imperial household) was filled by a close aide of Emperor Goshirakawa; there was considerable overlap between the three positions of Nyobo, Keishi, and Nyoin betto.
  376. In the meantime, the Oda army captured the Noto and Kaga Provinces, Uesugi's territories.
  377. In the meantime, the Silla forces sent an envoy to the Tang Dynasty seeking a settlement, and dealt with the Tang Dynasty by a two-pronged strategy of force and negotiation.
  378. In the meantime, the Suwa clan and the Shigeno clan attacked the provincial government office of Shinano Province, forced the governor (Kiyohara-shi Mahito Bo) to commit suicide, entered Musashi Province and advanced toward Kamakura.
  379. In the meantime, the Taira clan set their attack target not to Yoritomo, but to the rising power in Hokuriku region, such as Wakasa and Echizen Provinces, that became active after the Battle of Yokotagawara occurred in July 1181 (June 1181 under the old lunar calendar).
  380. In the meantime, the defeat of China, dubbed 'the sleeping lion,' resulted in the acceleration of activities by various powerful countries which aimed to colonize the Chinese continent.
  381. In the meantime, the faint but beautiful tune of 'Sofuren' (I Love Him So) (gagaku (ancient Japanese court dance and music)) was heard from a distance, in which direction Nakakuni advanced to find Kogo hiding herself in a humble hut.
  382. In the meantime, the legal procedure to settle lawsuits based on wayo pervaded medieval society.
  383. In the meantime, the lineage of Hirashima Kubo was under the patronage of the Miyoshi clan and was sustained as 'chief card' in the nick of time, but was passing the time without avenue for shogun.
  384. In the meantime, the local nobles who developed the land, as a resident of the province, was made to offer military service by the district government office and presented himself for duty as the local officials.
  385. In the meantime, the money economy in Japan rapidly developed and the demands for Chinese coins greatly increased.
  386. In the meantime, the post of Kanto-kubo (governor-general of the Kanto region) (Kamakura-kubo) and Kanto shitsuji were set at Kamakurafu (Government office in Kamakura), and KO no Morofuyu, Noriaki UESUGI, Kunikiyo HATAKEYAMA and KO no Moroari were appointed to Kanto-shitsuji one after another.
  387. In the meantime, the private railroad company Nippon Railway was proceeding with construction along Nakasen-do.
  388. In the meantime, the reconnaissance party dispatched from Kumamoto Garrison fired at the troops of BEPPU; here, actual fighting of the Seinan War began.
  389. In the meantime, the term "Naiju" was also used as the other name for eunuch during the Tang Dynasty in China.
  390. In the meantime, there are size charts in a book from a descendent of the Takakura family, "Shozoku Sunpo Shinhisho" (selection of costume size secrets) (in 1400).
  391. In the meantime, there are some Nagoya obi which are as luxurious as fukuro obi.
  392. In the meantime, there has been a change in geigi's thinking and some geigi decline an offer of the prospective dannna-sama in favor of ordinary lifestyle or marriage which seems attributable to changes of the times.
  393. In the meantime, there was a perception gap between the JNR Head Office and the Osaka Railway Bureau concerning the introduction of type 72 cars.
  394. In the meantime, there were some unfortunate events in Masaharu's life such as the untimely death of his child Masaatsu ASUKAI in 1578.
  395. In the meantime, this chapter is sometimes called 'Norinoshi,' and the word 'Norinoshi' exists in Kaoru's waka poem used in the text.
  396. In the meantime, this phantom is depicted as the spirit of Hikaru Genji in 'Asaki Yume mishi' (Japanese contemporary comic based on the Tale of Genji) and it also appears as a guide who instructed Ukifune, who was wondering what to do with herself, to enter the Buddhist priesthood.
  397. In the meantime, those 5 former councilors took the following actions.
  398. In the meantime, to ensure strict protection and security, castles equipped with two Koguchi, Masugata style inside Umadashi style, appeared.
  399. In the meantime, when the Onin War broke out and the court nobles were dispersed and the court ceremonies died out, the form of mo and the way to handle it was not passed down.
  400. In the meanwhile, "Daijoin jisha zojiki" (Miscellaneous Records of the Daijo Temple and Shrine) describes that Byodo-ji Temple and other temples were imposed Goyosen (the money paid to the authorities) by the Kofuku-ji Temple (Sakurai City).
  401. In the meanwhile, Terutora captured Shinano Nojiri-jo Castle (Shinano Province) conquered by Shingen, thereafter, he again confronted Shingen at Kawanakajima again (the fifth Battle of Kawanakajima).
  402. In the meanwhile, he won himself a reputation as a poet and 16 of his poems were selected into an anthology of poems collected by Imperial command.
  403. In the meanwhile, on the night of the 21st, Kagechika OBA of the Taira family side destroyed Yoritomo's army at the Battle of Ishibashiyama.
  404. In the medieval Japan as well, Suiko had characteristics not only of loaning but also of land tax.
  405. In the medieval age, during the time of Yoshiyasu SHIDA, a grandson of Yoshihiro, he became a retainer of the UESUGI clan in Echigo Province and later became a feudal retainer of the Yonezawa Domain.
  406. In the medieval and early-modern period, Suwa clan regarded as a descendant of Takeminakata no kami served as Ohori (the highest rank of the saints in Shinto) of kamisha of Suwa-taisha Shrine on one hand, Moriya clan regarded as a descendant of Moriya-shin served as Jincho (head of Shinto priests) which is Shinto priest on the other.
  407. In the medieval and early-modern times, merchant houses were often built with the entrance on the side of the building.
  408. In the medieval period
  409. In the medieval period (1400 - 1600), the Futai-in Temple prospered as one of the Mikawa junihon-dera Temples (twelve temples in the Jodoshu nishiyama fukasusa-ha sect in the Mikawa Province) in the sect.
  410. In the medieval period Shinto amalgamated with Onmyodo (Yin-Yang divination) and esoteric Buddhist teachings, and it was believed that by saying these words one could obtain merit similar to those obtainable from the yin-yang spell or Buddhist scriptures.
  411. In the medieval period it was also called as Tanaka Daimyojin (the Great God of Tanaka) and Tanaka Tenno-sha Shrine as the chinju-sha shrine (Shinto shrine on Buddhist temple grounds dedicated to the tutelary deity of the area) of Tanaka no sho.
  412. In the medieval period of Europe, whales were hunt systematically, for example, in Bay of Biscay, and the meat was consumed as food widely by people living along the costal areas, especially whale tongue was highly valued.
  413. In the medieval period of Japan, Zen culture progressed and Gozan publications prospered as Chinese classical literature.
  414. In the medieval period or before
  415. In the medieval period when ryoge no kan formed widely, families called Myobo-ke (scholars of the law) with a duty of lawyers emerged responding such realistic demands to reinforce legal aspects of practical governmental affairs by checking them against stipulations of ritsuryo codes.
  416. In the medieval period, Buddhism permeated all levels of society and sought abstract but rational logic, although occultism remained.
  417. In the medieval period, European countries could not provide a stable supply of gold or silver coins by themselves.
  418. In the medieval period, Kiyome was also used as a synonym for derelict or Eta (the lowest rank of a caste system in Japan.)
  419. In the medieval period, Ueda-sho Manor was in the southern part of Uonuma County (present Minami-Uonuma County), and around the Kamakura Period, the area was under the control of the Nitta clan of the Seiwa-Genji (Minamoto clan) line.
  420. In the medieval period, all of miscellaneous taxes excluding land tax called nengu, shoto or kanmotsu (tribute goods paid as taxes or tithes) were called kuji.
  421. In the medieval period, however, this myth came to be interpreted in various different ways under the influence of Buddhism, causing changes in the characteristics of Amenonuboko.
  422. In the medieval period, it was Mikoshi from Hiyoshi Taisha Shrine (portable shrine carried in festivals) which Monks of Mt. Hiei used to carry out petitions.
  423. In the medieval period, it was categorized into one of the Lower Eight shrines of Nijuni-sha Shrines (the 22 most important Shinto shrines were classified into three types: Upper seven shrines, Middle seven shrines, Lower eight shrines)
  424. In the medieval period, local rules of individual families often had a priority over ritsuryo law, and accumulation of negotiations between families became government affairs.
  425. In the medieval period, modified songs of Saibara were sung in a hoe (Buddhist mass) in temples etc.
  426. In the medieval period, soldiers were basically supposed to carry hyoro by themselves, but at the front, they took along only a few days worth of it and got konida to carry the rest, because the term was unpredictable and the heavy stuff could prevent their military action.
  427. In the medieval period, the Takenouchi-kaido Road continued as a part of the Ise-kaido Road and now the National Route 166 runs there.
  428. In the medieval period, there was a custom that three out of four Rokui no Kurodo could wear the Kikujin no ho at the Gyoko.
  429. In the medieval period, travelling by common people was restricted.
  430. In the medieval period, various schools such as Ise Shinto and Yoshida Shinto established a complicated framework of theories such as Han honji suijaku setsu (the theory of converse origin and traces.)
  431. In the medieval times, temples and shrines were sanctuaries into which neither Imperial Court nor bakufu could enter.
  432. In the medieval times, there was a discrepancy between written code and common law.
  433. In the meeting after that, Tsunetaka spoke of unforgettable stories about the time of Yoritomo raising his army and went out wiping his tears, which made Yoshimori WADA and others there shed tears as well.
  434. In the meeting, three issues were mainly negotiated.
  435. In the memorial to the Emperor by Waobu (the last king of ancient Japan) in 478 in "Sungshu" (Book of the Sung dynasty), there is a description 'we conquered east and west of Japan and also a country in overseas.'
  436. In the merging of Ranbashi-mura Village and Zaimoku-za Village in 1908, Yagumo-Jinja Shrine, Suwa-jinja Shrine, Mirume-sha Shrine, and Konpira-gu Shrine in the villages were merged and enshrined together into the Mishima-jinja Shrine.
  437. In the mid 18th century, when the introduction of the Nanpin school helped the popular art world grow into maturity, the Kano school, which had been a mere name, became unable to satisfy their clients and began to lose them.
  438. In the mid 1960s after the sword fighting movie boom, he shifted to making films about a group of assassins and produced "Thirteen Assassins" (1963) and "The Great Duel" (1964).
  439. In the mid 1960s, vigorously recruited disciples of Shokaku, Beicho, Harudanji and Bunshi (then Kobunshi III) rose to popularity against the background of the TV age and a boom of late-night radio shows.
  440. In the mid 1980's, a business structure of the karaoke box that exclusively provide karaoke emerged.
  441. In the mid Edo Period which reached a peak with the Genroku era, the merchant class had real power in financial matters and Senke accepted a large number of wealthy merchants such as the head of the Mitsui family Hachiroemon as disciples.
  442. In the mid Edo Period, whale whiskers were inserted and tailored to have the shoulders stand out.
  443. In the mid Edo period (in 1752), Motoakira KANZE, the 15th family head of Kanze school, made his younger brother Kiyohisa KANZE establish a branch family.
  444. In the mid Edo period TSUYU no Gorobe I in Kyoto and Hikohachi YONEZAWA I in Osaka set up a stage wayside to perform comic stories of their own making for money.
  445. In the mid Edo period, Iehiro KONOE endeavored to restore Jodaiyo, and added a fresh breeze to the Japanese style which was gradually losing its class.
  446. In the mid Edo period, a revival of horseback archery was seen under Yoshimune TOKUGAWA; however, following the Meiji restoration, it once again fell into decline.
  447. In the mid Heian period, buntai (literary style) of Myobo kanmon was generally fixed.
  448. In the mid Kamakura period, Tsunemitsu ASHINA became Shugo (military governor) of Hoki Province.
  449. In the mid Kamakura period, as a result of emphasizing utility, the width of the blade became wider, which makes a difference in the width of blade at the base and at the top less, and swords have a rounded surface.
  450. In the mid Kamakura period, the eighth family head, Sadatsuna UTSUNOMIYA went to the Kyushu region as the supreme commander of the Kamakura bakufu forces when Mongol invaded Japan and after the victory over Mongol, he was appointed to Hikitsukeshu (Coadjustor of the High Court) of the Kamakura bakufu.
  451. In the mid Meiji period, the restoration of the traditional cultural heritage was encouraged and that of Jodaiyo became active, centered around Shinai TADA and Shugyo OGUCHI.
  452. In the mid to late Kamakura period the concept of rewards became more diverse.
  453. In the mid-11th century the dynastic nation system transformed itself (to the late dynastic nation).
  454. In the mid-11th century, myoden which were far bigger than existing ones, called bechimyo, were actively established.
  455. In the mid-1960s elementary and junior high schools in cities started to discontinue their use of fundoshi as swimwear, and presently fundoshi is used only at a very few schools descended from schools of traditional Japanese swimming.
  456. In the mid-1980's when CVS has begun to take root in Japan, each company had own method to open a package of onigiri and the standard was not unified.
  457. In the mid-1990s a lot of chain takoyaki restaurants including Kyotako entered into Shibuya Center-Gai and other areas in Tokyo, and created a big takoyaki boom.
  458. In the mid-April (表記の変更), uprisings occurred in Shimotsuke Province, too.
  459. In the mid-Edo Period, Yabusame, which once declined temporarily, was promoted by Yoshimune TOKUGAWA and had revived as a shrine ritual all over Japan.
  460. In the mid-Edo period, Ichiro ZESHINKEN, the scholar monk as well as flower arrangement master, founded the old school of Syogetsudo of flower arrangement.
  461. In the mid-Edo period, haikai (seventeen-syllable verse) became popular in Shimabara, and the head of Sumiya (the seventh head, Haimyo Tokuya) invited Buson YOSA as a teacher of haikai.
  462. In the mid-Edo period, restaurants, inns, liquor shops targeted at travellers and merchants started to be established along the street, changing the district into a restaurant and amusement area.
  463. In the mid-Edo period, the domain faced serious financial crisis due to its small size.
  464. In the mid-Heian period, Mappo-shiso (the "end of the world" belief) was prevalent, and Pure Land Buddhism, the Jodo (Pure Land) sect was widely accepted.
  465. In the mid-Heian period, all three warehouses (north, middle and south) were regarded as Chokufu warehouses, but later the south section became "Kofu," administered by temple and monk organizations run, for example, by the head secretary of Todai-ji Temple instead of by Chokufu.
  466. In the mid-Heian period, besides a full name used at the Imperial Court, the use of a pseudonym containing a domain name (myo) followed by a nickname (azana) became popular especially among early samurai warriors who were originally from the eastern provinces.
  467. In the mid-Heian period, from the late 10th century to the 11th century, farmland development and their privatization by Tato, local powerful farmers, had been accelerated.
  468. In the mid-Heian period, rekido became the hereditary learning of the Kamo clan since the astrologer, KAMO no Yasunori, initiated his son, KAMO no Mitsuyoshi.
  469. In the mid-Heian period, the Jodo (Pure Land) sect became stronger, with Genshin of the Tendai sect preaching salvation after death at the hands of Amida Nyorai (Amitabha Tathagata).
  470. In the mid-Heian period, the value and aesthetic called 'Miyabi' (refinement) spread as the Kokufu Bunka (indigenous Japanese culture) flourished.
  471. In the mid-Jomon period, round and elliptical layouts with four or five support columns became prevalent, with fireplaces built on the dirt floor, those surrounded by stones or those employing earthen vessels.
  472. In the mid-Meiji period, Shiki MATSUOKA's theory of Shaseishugi (realism) first came out, and it shook the world of karon to its foundations.
  473. In the mid-Meiji period, the street was lined with show tents and playhouses, which was the progenitor of today's amusement center.
  474. In the mid-Meiji, with the beginning of elementary education, full enforcement of conscription, victory in the Japanese-Sino and Japanese-Russo wars, etc., a nationalistic thinking arose in society along with a surge in patriotism.
  475. In the mid-Yayoi period, mirrors of Former Han (dynasty of China) came to be buried together as accessories in an earthenware jar-coffin in northern part of Kyushu.
  476. In the mid-early period to the middle period, tumuli of more than 200 meters long were constructed.
  477. In the mid-fifteenth century (the Muromachi period), the offspring of Sadatsugu OIKAWA raised a rebellion against the KASAI clan, but Mitsumura suppressed it.
  478. In the middle Edo period, many Fushin of rivers were conducted.
  479. In the middle Kamakura period the Takatsukasa Family, one of the gosekke (Gosetsu Family), was started as a branch family by Kanehira TAKATSUKASA, the fourth son of Iezane KONOE.
  480. In the middle age and onward, the kagura (Shinto dance and music dedicated to the gods) came to be routinely performed by miko at major shrines throughout the country.
  481. In the middle ages, Izumo-ji Temple was famous for its cherry blossoms and is mentioned in FUJIWARA no Sadaie's diary "Meigetsu-ki" and "Shasekishu" (collection of Buddhist stories) (compiled by Muju Dogyo).
  482. In the middle ages, it became one of The Twenty Two Shrines.
  483. In the middle ages, no one knew what deities were worshipped at this shrine.
  484. In the middle ages, the Emperor was in the habit of Katachigae (a practice of approaching a destination in a different direction than going directly from one's house) for fear of onryo every time he passed through the neighborhood of Mikoshi-gosyo in Gion.
  485. In the middle ages, the Isshiki clan (a branch of the Ashikaga clan) entered the territory, after which they governed the entire Tango Province throughout almost all of the Muromachi period.
  486. In the middle ages, the custom that a widow takes over the Household after the head passed away was widely seen.
  487. In the middle ages, worship of Benzaiten syncretized with the Shinto and indigenous Japanese water god Ichikishimahime no Mikoto (or the Munataka Sanjojin (three goddess enshrined at Munakata-jinja Shrine) and Ugajin (unknown descent.
  488. In the middle and later periods of the Heian period, the chigyo-koku system (see the next sentence) was established.
  489. In the middle era of the 11th century, the dynastic national system was reformed.
  490. In the middle of 15th century, Yi Dynasty Korea opened trade with Japan again, but the Yi Dynasty tried to regulate this trade relationship.
  491. In the middle of 16th century, Hidekiyo was born to Tanemori OGASAWARA (also known as Tanekiyo).
  492. In the middle of 16th century, the relationship between Korea and Japan worsened and the trade between both countries declined.
  493. In the middle of 1863, cotton and tea from Europe was insufficient due to the American Civil War (1861 - 1865), and the result was that sales of Japanese cotton and tea was soared, and exportation of both items increased drastically.
  494. In the middle of 19th century, Edo became a city with a one million population and Osaka and Kyoto, having a population of 400,000, respectively.
  495. In the middle of April, every year, approximately 600 Someiyoshino (Prunus yedoensis) cherry trees that extends for approximately four kilometers are covered by full blossoms and beautiful flower tunnel is crowded with many sightseers.
  496. In the middle of Edo period, kiyari was actively sung among tobishoku, and since machihikeshi was mainly composed of tobishoku, kiyariuta (kiyari song) naturally spread into machihikeshi and was passed on from one to another.
  497. In the middle of Edo period, many domain schools were established in various places as one part of domain reform.
  498. In the middle of Edo period, the current honzon, the statue of Koyasu Enmei Jizo Bosatsu, was made and the temple flourished as a prayer temple for pregnancy and smooth delivery.
  499. In the middle of January 1865, he returned to Kagoshima and finished his report to the father and child of the lord of the domain, and he married Ito (Itoko) who was the second daughter of Naoatsu (Yataro) IWAYAMA, the cleric of the chief retainer's office, on January 28th on the suggestion of various people.
  500. In the middle of January, 1929, he started to work for the engineering department of the Ishikawajima Aircraft Manufacturing Company.
  501. In the middle of Mt.Marishiten (present-day Mt. Nen-ryu), where Chofuku-ji Temple was located, the stone monument of Nendaiosho was erected by Sadao HIGUCHI (16th of Maniwanen-ryu school, Juro Uemon).
  502. In the middle of November, Korechika, being anxious about his ill mother, returned to Kyoto stealthily and harbored in the chugu gosho, but TAIRA no Takayoshi and others laid information on that matter, and on November 29, Korechika was captured and sent back to Dazai-fu under guard (arrived there at the end of the year).
  503. In the middle of Tumulus period (the middle of fifth century), Haniwa figure of men such as priestess, and animal-shaped Haniwa such as horse-shaped, and dog-shaped appeared.
  504. In the middle of baiu, there is sometimes a period in which weather gets better.
  505. In the middle of carrying it, an envoy who happened to meet Valignano in Goa gave an address of thanks, and a book commonly called "HARA Martino no Enzetsu" (The original address of Thanks by Martino HARA [Oratio habita a Fara D. Martino Iaponio]) (1588) was printed and published by Constantino Durado.
  506. In the middle of it, his son Kanshusai was rescued from crisis of arrest.
  507. In the middle of such a situation, Yoshiie managed to squeeze himself into the highest rank of shoen's land owners and threatened the financial platform of royal families and high class aristocrats.
  508. In the middle of the 11th century, ikkoku heikin-yaku (taxes and labor uniformly imposed on shoen [manor in the medieval Japan] and kokugaryo [provincial land] in a province) was frequently imposed across the country as extraordinary taxation to build an inner court of the Imperial Court.
  509. In the middle of the 16th century (1500s), a distillation technology was introduced to Kyushu region and shochu began to be produced.
  510. In the middle of the 16th century, the chaotic political situation which had continued for more than 100 years after the Onin War turned into a somewhat normal condition not only for territorial lord called daimyo in the Sengoku Period, but also for common people.
  511. In the middle of the 1990s, full-scale index of examples was made with a computer based on the text of Genji monogatari taisei.
  512. In the middle of the 19th century, overseas Chinese and laborers who moved to Hong Kong, Shanghai or abroad used to observe Joso as a mutual support activity in the Chinese societies of people from the same province.
  513. In the middle of the 9th century (about 855), it was recorded the Kueiden system was conducted in Higo Province, and that later (about 879) Kueiden was also tried in Kazusa Province.
  514. In the middle of the Edo Period, the study of the Japanese classics (National Learning) became popular, and the shinto religion in addition to such famous historical works as the Records of Ancient Matters and Chronicles of Japan were increasingly studied, and the study of Japanese classics spread among the intellectual class including samurai warriors and rich farmers.
  515. In the middle of the Edo period, 'Tango brocade,' which followed the idea of 'Nishijin brocade' of Kyoto, was produced and since then fabrics including 'Tango chirimen' (silk crepe) have been special local products of the area.
  516. In the middle of the Edo period, Mosui TODA, Choryu SHIMOKOBE, Keichu and others criticized chusei kagaku (medieval poetics).
  517. In the middle of the Edo period, improved productivity in cities revitalized townsmen culture such as learning, arts for amusement, rites, festivals and seasonal events.
  518. In the middle of the Edo period, the Mikawa-Kira clan ended their family line by the Genroku Ako Incident, and the Oshu Kira clan took this opportunity to retrieve their family name 'Kira.'
  519. In the middle of the Edo period, the artistic level of music for Kokyu was raised by blind musicians and a school dedicated for Kokyu was established, composing music specialized for Kokyu.
  520. In the middle of the Edo period, the bakufu practiced the monopolization of rice, foil (gold foil, silver foil, etc.), lime, Korean ginseng, copper, and others.
  521. In the middle of the Edo period, the technique of using kitchen knives, called 'mitate,' to make foodstuffs look like other things, as typically seen in daikon chains, developed.
  522. In the middle of the Edo period, the variety of improvement and development of agricultural technologies led to an increase in the number of peasants who earned cash and gave rise to those who decided to go on a journey in search of new knowledge, experience, and products.
  523. In the middle of the Edo period, there was an increasing demand from guests who disliked aggressive runners or meshimori onna and peddlers who traveled alone for the inn where guests could stay in peace and as a result association of hatago was established in various places.
  524. In the middle of the Heian period (794-1185), the culture developed by the court nobles reached a peak.
  525. In the middle of the Heian period, FUJIWARA no Korechika was demoted to Dazai no sochi (Governor-General of the Dazai-fu offices) from Naidaijin, but was permitted to attend chogi (ceremony at Imperial Court) again.
  526. In the middle of the Heian period, Ingainosochi became not to be differentiated from Gonnosochi so that both of them were titled 'Gonnosochi'.
  527. In the middle of the Heian period, Japanese paper was produced in large volume, and became widely available.
  528. In the middle of the Heian period, around the late tenth century to eleventh century, development and privatization of rice fields by locally influential farmers called Tato (cultivators) were accelerated.
  529. In the middle of the Heian period, people began to recognize that the ritual was mainly for deifying "Amaterasu Omikami" (the Sun Goddess), and in the cloistered emperor's reign, the recognition became more common, and Kinen-sai festival began to be conducted solemnly by the emperor to deify Amaterasu Omikami.
  530. In the middle of the Heian period, since KAMO no Yasunori taught tenmondo to ABE no Seimei, tenmon hakase also became a hereditary post of the Abe clan.
  531. In the middle of the Heian period, the Urabe family was divided into two branches, one was the Hirano-sha branch and the other was Yoshida-jinja branch, and the Hirano-sha branch to which Kanekata belonged was originally the head family because the founder of the Urabe clan, Hiramaro URABE's fief head been owned by the Hirano-sha Shrine.
  532. In the middle of the Heian period, the theory of 1,000 years for Shobo and Zobo was popular, and the year 1052 was considered to be the first year of Mappo.
  533. In the middle of the Heian period, there existed a famous hijiri named Kuya, who was called 'Ichino Hijiri.'
  534. In the middle of the Heian period/h/ became unified with/w/ when not used at the beginning of words, so in the medieval period it was voiced when followed by/a/ and/o/ but not voiced before the other vowels.
  535. In the middle of the Kamakura period, as the Hojo clan's power grew even larger, many immediate vassal of the shogun went down to the provinces where they owned territories.
  536. In the middle of the Muromachi period, the authority of the Imperial Palace was gradually lost, however, there was no dispute concerning Imperial succession, the male Imperial member of the direct Imperial line succeeded smoothly to the throne.
  537. In the middle of the Muromachi period, the social situation changed according to the development of a commodity economy, the improvement of agricultural production, the consolidation of so (peasants' self-governing association), and the like.
  538. In the middle of the Onin War, Mochikiyo, the Kyogoku clan's soryo (heir), and Katsuhide KYOGOKU, the legitimate child (first-born son), had died of illness in quick succession; therefore, the Kyogoku clan had to name the heir.
  539. In the middle of the Showa period (around 1947 to 1970) when the consumption of sake grew in number, the sake breweries who thought seriously about the future of sake were very few and were not paid any attention.
  540. In the middle of the Tang Dynasty, a new kind of literature of songs and ballads called 'ci' appeared.
  541. In the middle of the Tang Dynasty, when the financial status of the Empire was strained because of An Shi Rebellion, monopolization of salt was done folloiwng the suggestion of Qi DIWU.
  542. In the middle of the Yayoi period, a round plan dwelling excelled in styles of dwelling plans around northern Kyushu to western Japan.
  543. In the middle of the cape lies the Kyoga-misaki lighthouse (described later).
  544. In the middle of the disorders which were created by his family, Yoshiie died at the age of 68 in July, 1106.
  545. In the middle of the eighth century, Ryozeiho (taxation law in enforcement in China until Ming Dynasty) was enacted and the rate of taxation on individuals owned the lands was reduced to a lower level than before.
  546. In the middle of the gardens stands a Hokyoin pagoda that is said to be the burial place of Takauji ASHIKAGA.
  547. In the middle of the march on July 3rd, ARATO no Akamaro advised Hukei to strengthen the defensive lines of the Old City (Wakyo), which is where the headquarter was located.
  548. In the middle of the match, he was assisted by Akira (professional wrestler), his instructor in professional wrestling, in addition, Kenzo's wife Hiroko SUZUKI made powder-bombing by mistake.
  549. In the middle of the mountain, there are Takanori KOJIMA's tomb and the tomb for the family of Norinaga WADA.
  550. In the middle of the night of December 2, 1898, a night train that left national railway Osaka station at 6:24 pm on the day before was running to Mitajiri station (currently Hofu station).
  551. In the middle of the night of the day Treaty of Portsmouth was concluded, a guardsman heard a strange cry coming from a room of the hotel and when the guardsman in his suspicions visited the room, he found Komura weeping loudly.
  552. In the middle of the night on June 5, a ceremony called Bonten togyo (Brahma-Deva imperial procession) takes place in the dark, where men in the village carry mikoshi (portable shrine carried in festivals) called Bonten.
  553. In the middle of the night on October 2, 1579, Murashige ARAKI took along five to six close aides and moved to Amagasaki-jo Castle (Daimotsu-jo Castle) where his son, Muratsugu ARAKI lived by shooting the Ina-gawa River by a boat under the cover of night.
  554. In the middle of the night on September 16, 1890, the Ertu?rul was pushed by a strong wind in a typhoon and hit the rocks at Kashinozaki, Kii-Oshima Island.
  555. In the middle of the night, he heard a strange sound like someone was dancing on the other side of shoji sliding doors.
  556. In the middle of the night, several men burst into the room and slashed at Serizawa and Hirayama with swords.
  557. In the middle of the park lies a lake, and on the north side there is a copse with a walking trail leading to Kuraki Noh stage.
  558. In the middle of the project, KUROITA fell ill in 1936 and passed away in 1946, thus Jiro MARUYAMA, Masao KUROITA and Taro SAKAMOTO (historian) set up a team for compiling and editing Kokushi Taikei and continued the project.
  559. In the middle of the reform in June 707, however, Emperor Monmu passed away.
  560. In the middle of the seventh century, ABE no Hirafu and others made expeditions and it is believed that they reached as far as present-day Akita and Tsugaru regions or even further North.
  561. In the middle of the sixth century, Buddhism was introduced in Asuka which made Asuka become a culturally sophisticated place.
  562. In the middle of the wars including the Sino-Japanese War and the Russo-Japanese War, the government could not stop operations at the mines, and in order to stop the victims' protest, they decided to close Yanaka Village and in 1907 executed the destruction of the village.
  563. In the middle of the western side, the Maizuru side, of the mountain, Matsunoo-dera Temple (Maizuru City), No. 29 pilgrim stamp office of the 33 Temples of Saigoku was constructed, and in the middle of the eastern side, the Takahama-cho side, Nakayama-dera Temple (Takahama-cho) was constructed.
  564. In the middle of this construction of the bank, the part under Kogashu's responsibility broke, so that Kogashu was punished with Kaieki (forfeit rank of Samurai and properties) and exile.
  565. In the middle period, the earthenware slightly changed its shape, but a large kamekan (earthenware jar-coffin) for adult, which had the same basic characters as previous earthware, was established in northern Kyushu.
  566. In the middle; Nigihayahi (child of Tenjin, god of heaven)
  567. In the midnight on October 17, the separate 12,000-soldier troops led by Masanobu KOSAKA and Nobuharu BABA went toward Saijo-san Mountain, and Shingen brought his main 8,000-soldier troops to Hachimanbara and gave an order to take the crane-wings-shaped battle formation.
  568. In the midst of all this, Fusako got pregnant and gave birth to Imperial Princess Masako on August 23 of the same year.
  569. In the midst of confusion from the Meiji Restoration, the then family head Haruo TSUCHIMIKADO (1827-1869) took over the tenmongata of old shogunate, and governed astronomical research and map making surveys.
  570. In the midst of deteriorating relations between Japan and Silla, Japan deepened their ties with Bokkai by sending a team of envoys.
  571. In the midst of political unrest, when Kameyama was rumored to be thinking of overthrowing the Shogunate, the bakufu ordered a change in Chiten and Emperor in 1287, with the Crown Prince Hirohito (aged 23, Emperor Fushimi) ascending the throne and Gofukakusa starting a cloistered government.
  572. In the midst of that trend, in 1994, Suntory began selling low-malt beer, 'Hop's,' in which the malt ratio was reduced to 65%.
  573. In the midst of the 'hunt for the Takeda clan,' Masakazu sheltered the old Takeda retainers, who were acquaintances, in Kiriyama, Totomi Province.
  574. In the midst of the family's prosperity, he was appointed to the rank of Owari no kami (the governor of Owari Province).
  575. In the midst of these proceedings, MINAMOTO no Yoshihira, who had raised an army out in the eastern provinces and hastily made his way to the capital, strongly advocated that he prepare to kill or capture Kiyomori while he was still on his way back to the capital, but Nobuyori refused, declaring there was no need for such measures.
  576. In the midst of this campaign, his uncle Noriyuki OUCHI, at the instigation of the Shoni and Hosokawa clans, raised a rebellion in Shimonoseki and Masahiro sent Hiromori SUE back to put it down.
  577. In the midst where both armies were vying to consolidate their forces after the break out of the Jinshin War, the Kawachi Province sided with Prince Otomo (Emperor Kobun), leveling their sphere of influence against OTOMO no Fukei of Wa Province (Yamato Province) who joined Prince Oama's forces.
  578. In the midstream of the Yangtze River, remains of an 8,000 years old moat settlement were discovered at the Pengtoushan site, located on the Li Yang flatlands in Hunan Province.
  579. In the military aspect, after victory in the Battle of Sunomatagawa, it was all the Taira clan could do to maintain the front lines, partially because of influence of the Great Famine of Yowa, and the Taira regime, which had enemies both inside and outside, gradually declined.
  580. In the military meeting in Eshiro, they decided on plans including to build a hospital and a factory to make ammunition in Hitoyoshi and to deploy troops in respective areas, which were carried out in succession.
  581. In the military strategy book of the Medieval Period, Makibi was praised as a founder of the Japanese art of warfare for his achievement to bring back "Rikuto" (an ancient Chinese strategy book) which was possessed by Choryo (a politician and a war strategist in early China).
  582. In the ministry of Jingi, religious services in shrines by senior, middle and junior officer in charge of the religious services and religion-promoting activities by missionaries were clearly separated.
  583. In the miyairi at the Yasaka-jinja Shrine, three portable shrines turn around the buden (building for dance) three times, known as haiden mawashi, to have the last brave and thrilling procession, taking the opportunity to use every exertion.
  584. In the modern Japanese language, relatively small sized detached houses are called 'minka' to distinguish them from collective housing such as housing complexes and condominiums.
  585. In the modern Olympic Games, the equestrianism is the sole event using animals and also the sole event not separating male athletes and female athletes.
  586. In the modern age when the sense of religion fades, the Buddhist ritual funeral service in the form of Buddhism is often held for as a funeral ceremony, except for the special case of holding a Christian or Shinto ritual funeral service in accordance with religious beliefs.
  587. In the modern age, Mt. Negoro's Daidenpo-in Temple became opposed to Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI and was completely destroyed by fire in the Siege of Negoro in 1585.
  588. In the modern age, even Imperial family wear Western clothes and they wear traditional costume only at large-scale ceremonies.
  589. In the modern age, miko are women who work for shrines mainly through the role of routinely supporting priests and occasionally performing kagura (Shinto music) and mai (Shinto dance).
  590. In the modern age, only a small number of sento would hold concerts during the days on which the baths were closed.
  591. In the modern age, particularly during the prewar period, Michizane was considered to be a loyal subject of the Imperial family and his portrait was used on bills.
  592. In the modern age, rice fields granted to the three top officers in the village such as the shoya (village headman) were called Kyuden.
  593. In the modern age, since the Meiji government instituted a conscription ordinance and made a universal conscription compulsory; it became widely acknowledged in the society as proof of reaching manhood to undergo an examination for conscription.
  594. In the modern age, with the abolition of the special festivals and the system of the Rokui no Kurodo, nobody, including an emperor, wears the Kikujin no ho any more.
  595. In the modern ages, kyuden were designated mainly for village officials such as Shoya.
  596. In the modern and present-day era, it also came to be used as a Japanese equivalent for Feudalism, the socioeconomic system characterizing medieval European society.
  597. In the modern and present-day eras, the ckay tablet called " Narcal," which was quoted by James Churchward as a basic historical material in his book related to "Continent of MU," is suspected to be a gisho of fictitious origin (James Churchward insists).
  598. In the modern armed forces to date, the titles of high-ranking military officers in the army, navy, and marine forces are Junsho (Brigadier General), Shosho (Major General), Chujo (Lieutenant General) and Taisho (General) (based on ranks in the US armed forces).
  599. In the modern castles, the stones for Inji were stocked in the castle ground.
  600. In the modern classification, it indicates the one with its blade length (direct distance between Kissaki (tip) and Mune-machi - notch in the back) is 60cm and longer, and those shorter than 60cm is called Wakizashi.
  601. In the modern day, the best actor who played the role of Yuranosuke, who lives a life of debauchery while harboring an ambition in mind, was Nizaemon KATAOKA the 13th.
  602. In the modern era when the tanka (a form of Japanese poetry, consisting of five lines of 5, 7, 5, 7 and 7 syllables) became dominant, the uta-awase contest went out of fashion and became obsolete because its entertaining element was shunned,.
  603. In the modern era, Hidemaro KONOE arranged 'Etenraku' (literally, music brought from heaven) for orchestra in 1931.
  604. In the modern era, Japanese scholars of Chinese ideology have been required to follow philosophy (Western philosophy), and have therefore emphasized the speculative side of Shushigaku and considered it as comparable with the philosophy.
  605. In the modern era, her position as a female politician began to be evaluated from the perspective of the history of civilization.
  606. In the modern era, many composers are inspired by gagaku.
  607. In the modern era, most part of the buildings were lost to fire in 1893.
  608. In the modern era, reflecting the peaceful times, people wished for spiritual (material) benefit gained in this world through observance of the Buddhist teachings, and with the added element of traveling, it became a common activity for the masses.
  609. In the modern life in Japan, people wear yukata primarily for such occasions as fireworks, temple festivals, Bon festival dances and other summer events.
  610. In the modern metallurgy, 'not break and not bend' is called 'compatibility of strength and tenacity' and improvement research of structural material has still being done night and day.
  611. In the modern period, Nobumitsu ICHIKAWA (also known as Torashiro), a statesman of the Shimabara clan, was famous.
  612. In the modern period, guest rooms of inns in urban areas came to be built on the second floor to make land space available and to be used more effectively.
  613. In the modern pinyin system, the word becomes r?-b?n-gu?, pronouncing 'ri-ben-guo.'
  614. In the modern theatrical performance, Kaishaku refers to such tasks of opening and closing the curtain and supporting performer's action.
  615. In the modern times
  616. In the modern times there was an example of Noshi, which was the same style as for women, but without ryugo decorations at the end of the strings.
  617. In the modern times, Ryokei ONISHI (1875-1983), the chief priest of Kofuku-ji Temple and the chief abbot of the Hosso sect, assumed the post of the chief priest of Kiyomizu-dera Temple in 1914.
  618. In the modern times, it is common that a koji is not particularly assigned.
  619. In the month following the establishment of Makino Film Productions in 1923, Makino made Susukita debut as a scriptwriter in "Murasaki Zukin Ukiyoe-shi" (The Purple Hood: Woodblock Artist) starring Hataya ICHIKAWA and co-directed by Makino and Kanamori..
  620. In the morning and evening some outbound trains connect with Special Rapid trains at Omi-Hachiman Station, or some inbound trains connect with Special Rapid trains at Yasu Station.
  621. In the morning and evening, section local trains are also operated in the Kyoto area.
  622. In the morning gongyo, do nenko in the dogoro and then do shoko in the kashagoro or the kanagoro (both are incense burners).
  623. In the morning of February 13, 1936, in Isohara-cho, Taga-gun, Ibaraki Prefecture, Kiyomaro TAKEUCHI (under custody of the Mito Police until July 7, 1937) and Kanekichi YOSHIDA of Isoharakan hotel were arrested on suspicion of defamation of royalty, forgery and use of forged documents and fraud.
  624. In the morning of February 4, a watch-house in Tsudo mine was destroyed, and dynamites were thrown in.
  625. In the morning of July 5, when he was traveling Nagao kaido (Nagao road) heading to Kyoto to make a return call, he met Shirojiro CHAYA, who hastened from Kyoto, in the vicinity of Shijo Nawate and knew about Honnoji Incident.
  626. In the morning of October 6, Masamune DATE set up the headquarters in Mt. Kunimi.
  627. In the morning of the day of the assassination, he told Morisuke YAMAYOSHI, governor of Fukushima Prefecture, about his future plan, in which "the rebellions of many years will have been suppressed and peace will be returned to Japan".
  628. In the morning of the day when his vow was to be fulfilled, he sighted Kiko (strange light) from the morning star (Venus) and zuicho (good omens), and believed that this was an evidence of showing that Shingon Esoteric Buddhism, which he learnt with efforts in a foreign country, would be effective for protecting Japan.
  629. In the morning of the same day all the crew was handed over to Hamada regiment to be sent to Hamada town.
  630. In the morning on the first day of the festival, Jizo-bon is prepared, there will be sutra recitation by monks, distribution of sweets to children (once or twice a day), and events at night time (dancing or fireworks) are organized.
  631. In the morning there are some Special Rapid trains operating west of Kusatsu and Yasu, while there are some local trains running on the eastern side.
  632. In the morning, Buddhist monks practice daimoku, namely gyoho of chanting Hokke-kyo sutra (it is called hokke senbo) and in the evening, they practice gyoho of praying to a principal image Amida Buddha (it is called reiji saho).
  633. In the morning, change the water in the kahin or kebyo (both mean flower vase).
  634. In the morning, priests pound steamed rice into cakes for offerings for the New Year.
  635. In the morning, seven trains are operated from Kawaramachi Station or from Takatsukishi Station to Tengachaya Station, and in the evening seven trains are operated from Tengachaya Station to Ibarakishi Station.
  636. In the morning, station officers check the safety of the railway crossing on the Chushojima side of Kangetsukyo Station.
  637. In the morning, when I open the door, missing you, I hear the sound of the waves from the land of the dead.
  638. In the morning, when it got bright enough to see the face of the dead burglar, it turned out to be Namishiro.
  639. In the mornings and late evenings, in addition to shuttle trains from Ichihara Station, there are also trains arriving at and departing from Shugakuin Station, which has a garage.
  640. In the mornings on Saturdays and holidays, the train starting from Nagaoka-tenjin Station for Umeda Station is operated.
  641. In the mornings on weekdays, Sakaisuji-Junkyu (semi-express) is operated from Kawaramachi Station, and in the evening it's operated up to Ibarakishi Station.
  642. In the mornings, Hideyoshi spent the morning conducting tea ceremonies as leader of the ceremony and in the afternoons he satisfied himself by observing events in the various ceremony spaces.
  643. In the mountain area, the fog is thick and the road surface freezes early morning in winter.
  644. In the mountain religion and shugendo (Japanese mountain asceticism-shamanism incorporating Shinto and Buddhist concepts), the ascetic deeds performed on a sacred mountain are called zenjo, and the ascetic path to zencho is called zenjodo.
  645. In the mountainous area of Kita Shirakawa, a specialty called Shirakawa-suna Sand exists.
  646. In the mountainous area of Shimane Prefecture, Uzumemeshi, a kind of shirukakegohan (boiled rice with soup) that has the taste of wasabi, is available.
  647. In the movement for unity of the Imperial line, Emperor Gosanjo succeeded to the throne.
  648. In the movie 'Tampopo' (literally, dandelion), a different variation of the rice omelet recipe in which a plain omelet, half-cooked and soft inside, is placed on top of ketchup-flavored chicken fried rice.
  649. In the multi-capital system of centralized government, the palace or the capital where the emperor always resides is called kamikyo, joto, kyojo,or kyoshi and other capitals are called baito (secondary capital city).
  650. In the museum, four researchers specializing in modern history of thought, art history, and so on, have conducted research on manga culture.
  651. In the museum, the artifacts themselves, replicas and photographs are classified into several categories, for example based on period or theme, each category being exhibited in a different section.
  652. In the mutual usage of the cards, the holder can take limited express trains on the local lines, although a limited express ticket is separately required.
  653. In the myoden system, myoshu were obligated to collect taxes (taxes in kind, public duties and labor services) from peasants for territorial governors or manorial lords.
  654. In the myth of Demeter, the abduction of Persephone brought her so deep a grief that she renounced her divine functions as a goddess of vegetation and fruitfulness to lead the world infertile.
  655. In the mythology of Okuninushi, Onamuji (Okuninushi), who came to Susano in Nenokuni (the underworld), fell in love with Suseri-bime, Susano's daughter, at first sight, but Susano set various trials before Onamuji.
  656. In the mythology, these tales are compared to 'the myth of Susanoo' in the Kojiki and the Nihonshoki, in which Susanoo was said to be crying all the time even after he had arrived at manhood, and to 'the myth of Azisukitakahikone' in the Izumo no kuni Fudoki, in which Azisukitakahikone was not able to speak.
  657. In the mythology, while the passion of this goddess was shown when she saved her husband as he underwent the hardship imposed by her father in Nenokuni, it was also shown when she became furiously jealous over Nunakawa-hime, a partner of her husband's tsumadoi.
  658. In the myths about "Kuniumi" (the birth of the land of Japan) and "Kamiumi" (the birth of gods), he and Izanami procreated many children who formed the land of Japan.
  659. In the myths of Hinduism, a rainbow is also compared to a bow.
  660. In the nagaya of this type, only one side of the structure had an entrance to the outside, leading to poor living environment due to a lack of poor air circulation and light.
  661. In the naginata, the Shin guard is worn after the Do is worn.
  662. In the naijin, there were three Ken in the front, two Ken in the side, then 10 hashirama in total of the front, the back and the both sides.
  663. In the names of gods, 'tsu' means 'no' (of) and 'mi' means god, so 'Oyamatsumi' means 'the god of oyama (big mountain).'
  664. In the names of the princes of the Emperor Go-Daigo, the inherited letter "良" is used.
  665. In the narrative of Japanese Mythology called "Ashihara no Nakatsukuni heitei" (pacification of Ashihara no Nakatsukuni), it was described as a child of Itsunoohabari, which is also known as Amenoohabari.
  666. In the narrow sense it means this road.
  667. In the narrow sense, 'Edomae-zushi' means the sushi using the fish and shellfish caught in the Tokyo bay or the one made by using the technique that was popular until the early Meiji period.
  668. In the narrow sense, Shakkanho exclusively refers to the unit system indigenous to Japan.
  669. In the narrow sense, it refers to noro (hereditary female Shinto priest performing shinji in villages in Okinawa), but in the broad sense, it means a person serving god, which includes assistant Shinto priests of noro, colonial priests such as negami and nenin, and folk shamans such as yuta.
  670. In the narrow sense, the word "Wayo" is used as a synonym of "Wayo Architecture" (Japanese-style architecture).
  671. In the narrow sense, those of dolphins are excluded.
  672. In the national crises since the arrival of the Black ships,Tesseki was one of the many who were indignant with this event and had interaction with royalists in the sonjo party through Hachiro KIYOKAWA.
  673. In the natural circumstances in Japan excluding fierce cold areas, grassland transitions to forest (based on the principle of biology).
  674. In the natural forest, plants in warm-temperate forests, such as konara oak, Quercus salicina and Ilexpedunnculosa, are found in areas lower than 600 m above sea level.
  675. In the natural world, there exist over several hundred thousand types of such yeast, and each has its own quality.
  676. In the nature of the medium, it included images, and was capable of displaying the images and the lyrics on the TV screen.
  677. In the naval battle of Dan-no-ura in 1185 between the Taira clan and the Minamoto clan, it is said that the Kusanagi no Tsurugi (sword) sank into the sea with Emperor Antoku in Akamagaseki (Kanmon-kaikyo Strait).
  678. In the naval battle of Dannoura in 1185, he did not feel comfortable to commit suicide so he escaped to Kyoto and kept himself hidden in Tajima province.
  679. In the navigation of the previous year, a lot of crew members presented symptoms of beriberi, and twenty-three of them had died.
  680. In the navy, the top officer is called Admiral, which is translated into Japanese as "Teitoku," but there are cases where the title "Shogun" is used to address senior naval officers, because the same rank titles used in the army, such as Junsho, Shosho, Chujo, and Taisho, apply in the navy.
  681. In the near future, the work of shifting Platform 2 slightly toward the Platform 3 side and expanding the platform is expected to be carried out.
  682. In the near future, tsukinowaden is needed to be restored to its original size because of its great significance.
  683. In the negotiation with Russia from August 1903, Japan proposed that the Korean Peninsula under the Japanese control and Manchuria under the Russian control, in a compromise known as the Manchuria-Korea Trade-off.
  684. In the neighborhood area, there are several relics, such as Kuroda site and Karako-Kagi site in the Yayoi period, Hashihaka-kofun Tumulus, and Kuroda Otsuka-kofun Tumulus, which is a keyhole-shaped mound, built in Kofun period (tumulus period, sixth century).
  685. In the neighborhood of Tsutenkaku in Naniwa Ward, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture, it is just as popular as croquette and kushi katsu (cutlets on skewers).
  686. In the neighborhood of the circular moat in the southeast side of the southern zone, a square-shaped circular moat tomb, prior to the formation of large scale circular moat settlements.
  687. In the neighborhood, markets and movie theaters were built targeting many female workers who lived near the plant, contributing to the urbanization of the area surrounding Yamashina Station.
  688. In the new government after the Meiji Restoration, he became the ministerial governor of Home Affairs on January 17, 1868, the governor of Popular Affairs on May 15, 1869, and Minbukyo (Minister of Popular Affairs) on July 8 of the same year, and served concurrently as Okura-kyo (Minister of the Treasury).
  689. In the new government he served various positions such as internal office judge and the governor of Kawachi, Hyogo, Nara and Sakai Prefectures.
  690. In the new government in Kyoto, Ito submitted the petition and Shojiro GOTO read out the contents while Sanetomi SANJO, Tomomi IWAKURA, Toshimichi OKUBO, Takamori SAIGO, Saneomi HIRASAWA were sitting there.
  691. In the new land-tax system, the system of imposing taxes on each village within the local community as a unit of taxation was abolished and the taxation was to be made to individual unit of land.
  692. In the newspapers of the times, there were a lot of articles likely supporting the military action, telling that the Russo-Japanese War could increase the income.
  693. In the next 100 years since then, this event was conducted tremendously.
  694. In the next 1985, he displayed his product without being screened, and also displayed his product in "The 19th exhibition of selected modern art works" held by Agency for Cultural Affairs.
  695. In the next battle, the Battle of Ichi no tani, he fought with Yoshisada YASUDA's troops at Owada no tomari (Owada port) (Hyogo Ward, Kobe City) and was killed at the age of 14.
  696. In the next chapter, discussions focus on poetry stories and collections of poetry, such as "Ise Monogatari" (The Tales of Ise) and "Yamato Monogatari" (Tales of Yamato), and shift to "Manyoshu" (the oldest anthology of Japanese poetry), seven major imperial anthologies of poetry, personal anthologies, and poetry contests.
  697. In the next eight-mat Japanese room, there was a painting of Confucians in Tang Dynasty China.
  698. In the next four-mat Japanese room, reflecting the Nobunaga's affection toward baby Japanese pheasants, and pictures of doves were painted on the shelves.
  699. In the next month, April, when Head of Shinsengumi, Isami Kondo presented himself at the station of the New government army in Nagareyama of Shimousa Province, he accompanied Kondo and was also captured.
  700. In the next month, June, the Japanese army occupied the capital, Hancheng (Hanyang; present Seoul Special City).
  701. In the next month, Kiyomori became Naidaijin, and Tsunemune Sadaijin.
  702. In the next month, on March 3, Yoshihisa blocked the roads to Miyakojiro and took a sworn oath from the Shimazu clan vassals not to support Tadamasa.
  703. In the next morning (5th) they saw a large enemy force led by IKI no Karakuni approaching from both Otsu-chi Road and Tajihi-michi Road which were located on the west side of the castle.
  704. In the next season, 1995, the team achieved second place in the Japan Football League, and was promoted to the J. League for the 1996 season.
  705. In the next year (1181), Kiyomori immediately forfeited all the private estates and territory of Todai-ji Temple and Kofuku-ji Temple and reshuffled betto (the head secretary of a temple), Sogo (a monk of a managereal post) and other posts, and indicated a policy not to permit reconstruction of these temples.
  706. In the next year 1542, a coup broke out in Kawachi Takayajo Castle.
  707. In the next year 1583, Masayuki started building Ueda-jo Castle and he was fighting against the Hojo clan for the Numata and Azuma territories.
  708. In the next year 1864, Yoshikatsu was ordered to take place in a council formed by the experienced people of the lord of the major domain (actually refused).
  709. In the next year Tadatoshi died suddenly, however, Musashi had kept being treated well as an honored guest by the second head of the clan, Mitsunao HOSOKAWA, and given goryokumai 300 koku every year.
  710. In the next year after the Hogen War, she was promoted to empress and 2 years later, she became an empress dowager, and in 1168, she received an Imperial letter which permit her to use the title "In" and was named Kujoin.
  711. In the next year in 1169, he succeeded Ninna-ji omuro (the head priest of Ninna-ji Temple) (monseki) after the death of priest-Imperial Prince Kakusho.
  712. In the next year of 1099, he received a royal command to be Imperial Prince and became the first monk-Imperial Prince.
  713. In the next year of 2021, it is expected that the Respect for the Aged Day will fall on September 20, but the Autumnal Equinox Day will not fall on September 22 but on September 23.
  714. In the next year of the Battle of Sekigahara, Kazuaki TODA (Samon), a retainer of the daimyo in hereditary vassalage to Ieyasu, entered Otsu with properties bearing 30,000 koku.
  715. In the next year, 1069, along with OE no Masafusa, who was also gakushi (teacher) of Imperial Prince Takahito, he was appointed as gakushi of new Togu Imperial Prince Sadahito (later Emperor Shirakawa), and came to serve as Togu gakushi for two generations, Takahito and Sadahito.
  716. In the next year, 1182, he became an adopted child of Imperial Princess Shoshi, and in 1191, he was given the title of Imperial Prince.
  717. In the next year, 1190, he joined a campaign to crash the Rebellion of OKAWA Kaneto which happened in Oshu; after this incident Yuki was deemed as Yoritomo's close adviser equivalent to Kagetoki KAJIWARA.
  718. In the next year, 1192, he became the Betto (superior of a temple) of Jomyo-ji Temple, and in 1196, he acceded the Chori (chief priest) of Onjo-ji Temple.
  719. In the next year, 1334, in accordance with an order from Imperial Prince Norinaga (the son of Emperor Godaigo; later to be known as Emperor Gomurakami), he went to Tagajo Castle (Tagajo City, Miyagi Prefecture) in Mutsu Province with his father and began management of the Tohoku Region.
  720. In the next year, 1437, when Mochiuji made a plan to dispatch troops to Shinano Province again, the rumor spread that Mochiuji dispatched the troops to kill Norizane, therefore, Norizane's side also gathered troops and this caused a state of tension.
  721. In the next year, 1561, he also took part in the Battle of Moribe without Nobunaga's permission.
  722. In the next year, 1585, Hideyoshi started to conquest Ecchu by himself and surrounded the Toyama-jo Castle with his large 100 thousand army.
  723. In the next year, 1622, he constructed the residence in Matsuoka, Hitachi Province (present-day Takahagi City, Ibaraki Prefecture).
  724. In the next year, 1749, Masachika was appointed as sojaban (an official in charge of the ceremonies), then Osaka jodai (the keeper of Osaka Castle) in 1762, Kyoto shoshidai (The Kyoto deputy) in 1764, Nishinomaru roju (roju in the west building of the castle) in 1769 and Honmaru roju (roju in the main building of the castle) in 1779.
  725. In the next year, 1867, a huge amount of rice equivalent to 870,000 bales (traditional unit for rice, 1 bale equals to 60 kilograms) was imported from Qing and other countries, and accordingly the rice price fell and uprisings and riots came to a temporary lull.
  726. In the next year, 1881, in order to stop the Freedom and People's Rights Movement, Hirobumi ITO and others initiated Meiji juyonen no seihen and expelled Shigenobu OKUMA from the government.
  727. In the next year, 2003, it was made into a movie (Director: Yojiro TAKITA; starring: Kiichi NAKAI).
  728. In the next year, 649, the Minister of the Left, ABE no Uchimaro, died and immediately thereafter, the Minister of the Right, SOGANOKURA-YAMADA no Ishikawamaro was charged with a rebellion.
  729. In the next year, 807, kansatsushi was also established in Tosando and Kinai region (the five capital provinces surrounding the ancient capitals of Nara and Kyoto).
  730. In the next year, 820, he served concurrently as Mutsu no suke (assistant governor of Mutsu Province).
  731. In the next year, Emperor Chokei on the side of hawk party assigned the throne to Emperor Gokameyama who was on the side of reconciliation party.
  732. In the next year, Emperor Gomurakami who had put his trust in Masanori died.
  733. In the next year, Haiseisei (裴世清) visited Japan as an envoy in return.
  734. In the next year, Ieyasu died in Sunpu-jo Castle.
  735. In the next year, January 1883, Kyodo Unyu started their business and Mitsubishi tried to compete with them by offering a 20 percent discount, and thus Kyodo Unyu offered a discount to compete with Mitusbishi.
  736. In the next year, Kinmoto resigned his post in the government.
  737. In the next year, Sapporo Breweries Ltd. began selling 'Drafty,' in which the malt ratio was less than 25%, and set its price lower leading to full-scale competition in low-malt beer.
  738. In the next year, Shigetoki was appointed as the second-generation Amakusa daikan in place of his adoptive father.
  739. In the next year, Soa returned to Japan, accompanying Doi TENRIN and Ichijo ICHIAN who were the envoys of Ming.
  740. In the next year, TAIRA no Koretoki, the father of Naokata, was appointed as Kazusa no suke and the punitive force got into full swing.
  741. In the next year, a shop named La Porte Chinoise, at which various Japanese products including ukiyoe were sold, opened on Rue de Rivoli, the most fashionable shopping street in Paris.
  742. In the next year, although Otsugu was promoted to Shonii (Senior Second Rank) and to a minister of the left, he died of a disease not having fully fulfilled his will.
  743. In the next year, as Osadame soba (a system of officially fixed prices), the exchange rate was decided as one ryo of gold to 50 monme of silver to one kanmon of the Eiraku Tsuho coin to four kanmon of the 'Kinsen' coin.
  744. In the next year, he additionally assumed Chugu daibu (Master of the Consort's Household), and served FUJIWARA no Teishi, the Empress of Emperor Ichijo, but he resigned from it just a half year later, being reluctant to have a connection to the Nakanokanpaku family which was in decline.
  745. In the next year, he became Shogeki (Junior Secretary), and in 833, he was given the family name of Sukune, and in 834, he was promoted to Daigeki (Senior Secretary).
  746. In the next year, he built Tsukimi-yagura turret and tatsumi tsukeyagura (Southeast Connecting Tower) at the Matsumoto-jo Castle, and repaired the castle gate.
  747. In the next year, he changed his name to Ieyasu (家康) from Motoyasu (元康), returning the character of 元 (moto) that was included in name of Yoshimoto (義元) and was allowed to use in his name.
  748. In the next year, he recovered and changed his pseudonym to 'Taiso' with the intention of resurrecting himself.
  749. In the next year, he rose to Juichii (Junior First Rank).
  750. In the next year, he was appointed to Sadiajin (minister of the left), but resigned from the post soon as well.
  751. In the next year, he was assigned to jiju (a chamberlain) and Ukone no shosho (Minor Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) in Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) in 1612, and Ukone no chujo (Middle Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) and Kurodo (Chamberlain) in Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade) in 1617.
  752. In the next year, he was given a scholarship, and in response to a request from Professor J. M. Dixon, he translated "Hojoki" (An Account of My Hut) into English.
  753. In the next year, he was promoted from a koshonami to a page; after he was appointed as Jugoinoge, he referred to himself as Oki no kami (Governor of Oki Province).
  754. In the next year, he was promoted to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) Sakone no chujo (Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  755. In the next year, his father, Korechika, was demoted to Dazai gon no sochi (Provisional Governor-General of the Dazai-fu offices) as he attempted to frighten Emperor Kazan by shooting arrows.
  756. In the next year, however, Kofuku-ji Temple argued over the sixth anniversary of the Retired Emperor Gokogen and broke its promise of shinboku kiza, so Yoshimitsu actively participated in the court administration and began to suggest that he would take the lead in the negotiations.
  757. In the next year, however, Takemori Sue, the son of deceased Hiromori SUE, told Yoshioki an ungrounded story that Hironori had schemed to let Yoshioki's brother Takahiro OUCHI succeed as the head of the family instead of Yoshioki.
  758. In the next year, in 756, Emperor Shomu became ill, and then Jikun, together with Roben and Ankan, acted as a Nursing-Dhyana-Priests and Lecturers on Kegon, which led him to be appointed Shosozu.
  759. In the next year, it was reestablished with Yukifuji NIKAIDO and SETTSU no Dogen as ossotonin upon the repeal of the Tokuseirei.
  760. In the next year, on January 15, 1926, Isao HIRATA and others of the Tokyo prosecutor's office assumed command, suppressed news reports, and further mobilized the Higher Police Division of each prefectural police to arrest Shaken members all over the country over the following four months.
  761. In the next year, on Kaneie's death, Korenaka recommended FUJIWARA no Michitaka, the first son of Kaneie, for the heir, so Korenaka was kindly treated also by Michitaka, and in 992, Korenaka reached Sangi (Royal Adviser), a member of the cabinet.
  762. In the next year, the Hitsukearatame post was restored.
  763. In the next year, the complication of foreign policy pushed him up to "roju" once again, but the distrust toward him from the cabinet officials of the shogunate and from "daimyo" was so strong that he was forced to resign in a year.
  764. In the next year, this castle fell to an army from the east.
  765. In the next year, when Shogun Iemochi went to Kyoto, power of the Edo bakufu split into two - one was in Kyoto and another was in Edo - and a discord began to be seen between political leaders in Kyoto (Yoshinobu, Katamori, and others) and those who were keeping Edo safe, such as "fudai daimyo," "hatamoto," and others.
  766. In the next year, when Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA escaped to Mino Province with the Emperor due to a counterattack by the Southern Court, Yoshimoto went with the Emperor even though he was ill.
  767. In the night of February 21 when all the battalions had successively arrived at Kawajiri, the Satsuma army, having been unexpectedly attacked by Kumamoto Garrison, held a council of war.
  768. In the night of October 19, 1648, a warimoto (a village official) of Iwamurada, Saku-gun, Shinshu, 篠澤佐五右衛門良重 presented yokan to Inaba no kami (the governor of Inaba province), the lord of Komoro-jo Castle.
  769. In the night of October 8, the death squad came across a scout of Takatori Domain and tried to cut this scout by sword; however YOSHIMURA was shot by accident by a member of his squad and seriously injured.
  770. In the night of chushu (the mid-autumn), Nakakuni walked out in Sagano in the moonlight, and played the flute, his favorite musical instrument, expecting Kogo to respond to that sound.
  771. In the night of kikunoutage (literally, party of the chrysanthemum) in a undesignated year, he made love with her.
  772. In the night of the same day, SAIGO overpowered admonishments by his military commanders and determined to stand at the front and take command of the Satsuma army by himself in the next morning to fight a decisive battle with the government army.
  773. In the night of the same day, a beautiful girl visited Tota.
  774. In the nineteenth century, Gustav Steinbrecht of Germany laid the foundation of the German equestrianism whose riding and schooling techniques became the base of present dressage.
  775. In the nineteenth century, the Qing's navy was almost useless against advanced navies of European nations.
  776. In the ninth century the emigrant Fushu were positioned as a major military force for the maintenance of security in the nation (known as the kokuga forces system).
  777. In the ninth century when the Ritsuryo system began to dissolve, the Jikonchi Kei Shoen were no longer able sustain a work force and quickly disappeared.
  778. In the ninth century when the facilities were well-furnished, it produced papers of good quality and they were called 'kamiya-gami' (kamiya paper).
  779. In the ninth century, however, farmers began to flee from their villages and became vagrants in increasing numbers in order to escape government control and taxation, thereby necessitating a major change in the system of administration and taxation based on the ancient ritsuryo legal codes.
  780. In the ninth century, many provinces had examined the land tax collecting system by combining the Ku-Suiko with the Shi-Suiko.
  781. In the ninth century, the clergy and choir stalls were arranged in front of the presbytery, so that the naijin included that choir space, aisles, ambulatory corridors, and apsidal chapels.
  782. In the ninth century, three chokusenshu (anthologies of poems collected by Imperial command) were compiled: "Ryounshu"(Higher Than Clouds) in 814, "Bunkashureishu" (Spectacular Phrase Collection) in 824, and "Keikokushu" (The Prosperous Country) in 827.
  783. In the ninth century, when Esoteric Buddhism was brought into Japan, the ritual of kanjo commenced and the ceremony of kanjo of Esoteric Buddhism was used for the enthronement ceremony for the emperor and sokuikanjo was formed.
  784. In the ninth month of 86 B.C., the first survey of the population began and citizens were given their assignments.
  785. In the ninth month of 95 B.C., the capital was relocated to Mizukaki Palace on the western foot of Mt. Miwa.
  786. In the ninth month of the 35th year of the same reign, Inishikiiribiko no mikoto was dispatched to Kawachi Province and he developed many irrigation ponds and ditches, including Takashi no ike Pond and Chinu no ike Pond.
  787. In the ninth month, Emperor Godaigo appointed Imperial Prince Kanenaga Seisei taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the western barbarians") and dispatched him to Kyushu, while Yoshisada NITTA went into Hokuriku (the region north-northeast of Kyoto) in obedience to Imperial Princes Tsunenaga and Takanaga.
  788. In the ninth or tenth century, powerful farmers called fugo appeared and continued to increase their strength in various areas of the country.
  789. In the ninth volume of "Manyoshu" a long poem composed by TAKAHASHI no Mushimaro (poem 1740, 'a poem concerning Mizunoe no Ura Shimako') expresses the following, and which could be called a precursor of Urashima Taro.
  790. In the nishin-gura Storehouse, which is called 'Kaiten-kan,' materials related to Tenguto are displayed and the last writing of the Tenguto members still remains on the door and the wall.
  791. In the noh play, it is sung, 'tsutsuizutsu izutsunikakeshi marogatake oinikerashina imomizarumani (tsutsuizutsu, I used to compare my height to the bamboo fence around the well, I grew taller while I did not see you).'
  792. In the north and west, as was expected, there was a stonework ditch which let water run into the pond.
  793. In the north area, some wells, raised-floor constructions and covered corridors are commonly found, and river stones are laid out.
  794. In the north from Takano to Kitayama-dori Street, where the tram didn't run, the street is narrower.
  795. In the north it extends to Imamiya-dori Street just north of Kitaoji Bus Terminal (Kitaoji Station).
  796. In the north it is connected to Kawabata-dori Street at Shiokojibashi-higashizume (the east foot of Shiokoji-bashi Bridge), and in the south it crosses National Highway Route No. 24 and is connected to Kyomachi-dori Street (Fushimi) in downtown Fushimi.
  797. In the north it merges with the Shirakawa-dori Street in Yamabana, Sakyo Ward.
  798. In the north it originally ran to Shimotachiuri-dori Street but the section north of Marutamachi-dori Street was closed due to the extension of the Imperial Palace after the Great Fire of Hoei in the early 18th century.
  799. In the north it starts from Gojo-dori Street; while from the south it continues as Sujikaibashi-dori Street in Fushimi Ward and then connects to National Highway Route No. 24.
  800. In the north of the temple precinct are the Shin-den (emperor's residence) and Kyaku-den (guest hall) surrounded by the two pond-centered gardens named Yusei-en Garden and Joheki-en Garden.
  801. In the north there is a small tea room of 3 tatami mats made in the Gyakugatte style (in which a guest sits at the left of a host in a tea ceremony).
  802. In the north, the street ends at Kitayama-dori Street; in the south it goes to Tofuku-ji Temple, where it aligns and connects with Kujo-dori Street.
  803. In the north, the street goes through Misono-bashi Bridge and Shikuro-bashi Bridge and connects to a street which runs to Kumogahata at Takahashi.
  804. In the north, there was a 12-mat Japanese room without paintings.
  805. In the north, there was a Dozo (warehouse).
  806. In the north, there was a twenty-mat Japanese room with a painting of horses running around field.
  807. In the north-east of the tumulus, there used to be a studio named 'Hebizuka (Omokage) Film Studio,' (the Uzumasa Studio of Arashi Kanjuro Production, which later became a part of the open set of Daiei Film Company).
  808. In the north-south direction: Karasuma-dori Street (National Route 367)
  809. In the northeastern corner of Togudo in Jisho-ji (Ginkaku-ji) Temple (a national treasure) 'Dojinsai' is located that was used as the tea room for Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA, a Shogun.
  810. In the northern Kanto region
  811. In the northern Kyushu and Setouchi regions in which the amount of rainfall in autumn and winter is small, if there is no considerable amount of rainfall by typhoon and so on after karatsuyu, such drought continues for more than a year sometimes.
  812. In the northern Sung period, it did not spread so much, but Toshi Gisei revived the sect.
  813. In the northern Tango Province, Toyooka-cho (now Toyooka City), Miyazu-cho (now Miyazu City) and Mineyama-cho (now Kyotango City) all registered a magnitude of 6 on the Richter scale.
  814. In the northern and western sides, which are outside of the earthen walls, there is a dry moat that is approximately 3.5m deep at its deepest point.
  815. In the northern area of the Wada-toge Pass and the Koazusa-toge Pass
  816. In the northern part of Fukushima Prefecture, and in Miyagi Prefecture, Sansa Shigure is often sung in such celebratory occasions as a wedding banquet; however, singing Sansa Shigure in Aizu region of Fukushima Prefecture could be rude and make people feel unpleasant.
  817. In the northern part of the ward, Kurama-dera Temple, Kifune-jinja Shrine, Sanzen-in Temple, the site where Tomomi IWAKURA was once confined, and Shugakuin Rikyu (Shugakuin Imperial Villa) are also located.
  818. In the northern temple grounds remains a dry landscape garden in which the arrangement of stones in the rock garden is said to show traces of how it looked in the time of Muso Soseki.
  819. In the northern zone two mokkanbo tombs in the early Yayoi period were discovered.
  820. In the northwestern area of China, the occurrence frequency of kosa has shown a decreasing trend for 40 years from the 1960s, in particular between the 1980s and 1990s.
  821. In the note which they wrote when they borrowed 100 ryo (currency unit) from a merchant in Osaka City (by force) in May, there are names of Niimi, Serizawa and Kondo.
  822. In the novel "Genkaku-sanbo" (Genkaku's House) written by Ryunosuke AKUTAGAWA, a leading character, Genkaku, who is in bed suffering lung tuberculosis, dreams of his own death by hanging himself by his fundoshi loincloth.
  823. In the novel "Ichimuan furyuki (The Story of Keijiro MAEDA)" by Keiichiro RYU, and the comic book "Hana no Keiji" by Tetsuo HARA with the aforesaid novel being the original, the strife between Toshiie and Keijiro (Keiji) is expressed in the comical, and sometimes touching description.
  824. In the novel "Teito Monogatari" (The tale of the Imperial Capital) by Hiroshi ARAMATA, he is supposed to plan killing the war leaders in the USA, the UK and Soviet Union through curses.
  825. In the novel by Yasushi INOUE, "Tenpyo no Iraka" (Roofing Tiles of Tenpyo), Fusho plays the main character of the story, and his life, from his arrival in Tang to his return to Japan with Ganjin (instead of '鑑真,' his name was written '鑒真' in the novel) is depicted.
  826. In the novel of Soseki NATSUME, "bocchan" (literally, a son from a good family), students of a normal school fought against those of a junior high school.
  827. In the novel the bureaucracy of Ministry of Justice decide on release based on the case of Tosaku.
  828. In the novel, Natsukusa no fu, by Ryotaro SHIBA, she appears by the name of 'Nana.'
  829. In the obituary described in "Nihon Montoku Tenno Jitsuroku" (fifth of the six classical Japanese history texts), he knew much about the duties of Ribu (Shikibu-sho) so that a person who was assigned to the official of Shikibu-sho visited him to learn his ways.
  830. In the office organization of the Edo bakufu, direct vassals of the Tokugawa Shogun family were called jikisan (immediate retainer), while the Shogun family called vassals of daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) and hatamoto (direct retainers of the Edo bakufu) 'baishin.'
  831. In the official address Prince Shirakabe made when he became the Crown Prince (on September 18, 770), there were following words: 'Dokyo was looking for the opportunity to ascend the Imperial Throne'; however, there was absolutely no mention of concrete action in terms of the Dokyo's side.
  832. In the official documents, when the government purchased rice it was referred to as 'Kai-mai', while rice purchases by merchants was referred as 'Kawase-mai'.
  833. In the official gazette dated December 28, 1897, the first designation notification was published; it included 155 national treasures and 44 buildings under special protection.
  834. In the official website of the Keifuku Electric Railroad, the Arashiyama Main Line and the Kitano Line are collectively called the Arashiyama Line.
  835. In the old Imperial Family Law, the principle of male-line succession was established as a written law, and the current Imperial Family Law also followed it; the official interpretation of it by the government doesn't exist before/after War.
  836. In the old Japanese kana syllabary, "境部薬" is read as "SAKAHIBE no Kusuri" and "坂合部薬" as "SAKAAHIBE no Kusuri."
  837. In the old Japanese kana syllabary, his name is also pronounced as "KOMADA no Oshihito."
  838. In the old Japanese kana syllabary, his name reads "ATO no Akafu," the same as in the modern kana syllabary.
  839. In the old Japanese kana syllabary, his name reads "NE no Kanemi," the same as in the modern kana syllabary.
  840. In the old Japanese kana syllabary, his name reads "NURIBE no Tomose," the same as in the modern kana syllabary.
  841. In the old Japanese kana syllabary, his name was pronounced as "OHOKURA no Hirosumi."
  842. In the old Japanese kana syllabary, his name was read as 'KOSOHE no Ohokuchi'.
  843. In the old Japanese kana syllabary, the former kanji characters are pronounced "YAMASHIROBE no Oda" while the latter are "YAMASHIRO no Oda."
  844. In the old Japanese kana syllabary, too, his name is pronounced "MICHI no Masuhito."
  845. In the old Japanese kana syllabary, too, his name is pronounced "YAMAHE no Yasumaro."
  846. In the old Japanese kana syllabary, too, his name reads OKIDA no Wakaomi or Wakami.
  847. In the old Japanese kana syllabary, too, his name was pronounced as "FUMI no Nemaro."
  848. In the old Japanese kana syllabary, too, his name was pronounced as "FURUICHI no Kuromaro."
  849. In the old Japanese kana syllabary, too, his name was pronounced as "TAKEDA no Daitoku" or "TAKEDA no Daitoko."
  850. In the old Japanese syllabary characters, his name had been written as TAKATA no Ihanari, and it is considered to have been pronounced as TAKATA no Ifanari.
  851. In the old Japanese syllabary characters, his name had been written the same, and the pronunciation is considered to have been the same.
  852. In the old Japanese syllabary characters, his name was pronounced 'NAGAWO no Masumi.'
  853. In the old Japanese syllabary characters, his name was pronounced 'TANI no Shihote.'
  854. In the old Japanese syllabary characters, his name was pronounced as "OHOTOMO no Enomoto no Ohokuni".
  855. In the old Japanese syllabary characters, his name was pronounced as 'INUKAHI no Ikimi.'
  856. In the old Japanese syllabary characters, his name was pronounced in the same way.
  857. In the old Japanese syllabary characters, the pronunciation of his name was the same as 'Tanaka no Tarimaro.'
  858. In the old Japanese syllabary system, Oama (凡海 or 大海) is pronounced 'Ohoama,' 'Ohoshiama' or 'Ohosama.'
  859. In the old custom, one hammers a nail into a sacred tree (sacred body) to become an oni (demon) in order to take out a revenge on someone against whom one holds a grudge.
  860. In the old days he was depicted as a figure writing something on a scroll with a brush.
  861. In the old days it was a universal children's play in Japan and also it was a continuation of 'make-believe play' in which children acted like the actors of that time.
  862. In the old days it was used as a bow (meigen - resounding bowstrings) that makes a sound for the amulet used in Shinto rituals and childbirth.
  863. In the old days it was written as kori-dofu (ice-bean curd).
  864. In the old days these were often built in the form of window rooms in the upper storey of large roofs in which it was difficult to make a window opening (hafu room) and through the ages these have mostly simply become decorative features with no room behind in the roof.
  865. In the old days they were often called "Komoso," the name originating from monks wearing Komo around their hip while they meditate and sleep.'
  866. In the old days trucks ran with flags or long banners saying 'Hatsuni' in carrying hatsuni.
  867. In the old days, Kyodan was used as an equivalent term.
  868. In the old days, a Taimatsu torch was burnt at a stand of Robe (hearth side).
  869. In the old days, a piece of dried abalone was used as noshi instead of paper, which was also known as uchi awabi (beaten abalone).
  870. In the old days, botamochi had been called 'kaimochii' or 'kaimochi' (written as 'kahimochihi', 'kahimochi').
  871. In the old days, characters were not fixed; they changed at every performance.
  872. In the old days, for the shortage of gauze, torn sarashi had been used as a substitute for bandage.
  873. In the old days, it was also called Okamoto-dera Temple and Ikejiri-dera Temple.
  874. In the old days, it was called "Hitaki" or "Jikaro."
  875. In the old days, it was considered to be a main role of tachiyaku as well as wagoto, and was often played by a zagashira.
  876. In the old days, large wood pieces were often used for the Irori fireplace, whereas charcoal, which requires high cost, was exclusively used for hibachi.
  877. In the old days, mirrors were circular and made of bronze, and were used in Shinto rituals and so forth.
  878. In the old days, salespersons of kimono promoted the sales of tsukesage as a substitute for homongi.
  879. In the old days, shogatsu used to be an event to deify one's ancestors every half a year, along with o-bon in summer.
  880. In the old days, some Hainarashi were made of wood.
  881. In the old days, tanabata (七夕) was written "棚機" or "棚幡,"
  882. In the old days, the Japanese nation and the land was said to be created and protected by various gods based on this belief (the thoughts of Shinkoku or divine land).
  883. In the old days, the Takasebune boats (flat-bottomed, high-powered, long narrow river boat) used to go down the river with cargo and be towed by people to go back up the Hozu-gawa river.
  884. In the old days, there was an unwritten rule saying that 'empresses have to remain single all their lives, after the succession of the Imperial Throne'.
  885. In the old days, this area was a hidden village of Heike no Ochudo (fugitives from the Genpei War) where buckwheat, their staple food, was cultivated by hidden agriculture.
  886. In the old days, tsukinami-no-matsuri seemed to be held monthly, however, it was determined in the "Engishiki" (an ancient book for codes and procedures on national rites and prayers) to hold tsukinami-no-matsuri on 11th day of June and December.
  887. In the old detective term it is considered as the abbreviation of "meboshi."
  888. In the old historic Kinai region (five provinces in the vicinity of ancient Kyoto) including Kyoto as well as in southwestern Honshu, Kyushu,, and Okinawa, many families, respecting old traditions, place the obina on the right from the viewer's perspective, even today.
  889. In the old literature, it is also written 'Konparu (literally, the present spring).'
  890. In the old system, it was a title lower than Shinto priest and higher than Hafuri, or the general term for Shinto priesthood.
  891. In the old system, the former Imperial House Law article 52 defined the disciplinary punishment for the Imperial Family members including the deposition of privileges, and it was legally viable to disinherit a crown prince.
  892. In the old tale of a sly and crafty man, "Tawara Yakushi," the main character appears as a sly and craftily child villain who doesn't even possess a shred of sense of justice of a hero.
  893. In the old times, the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) and the Edo bakufu used to appoint a man well versed in old rituals as toshi-otoko while in ordinary households, the head of a family used to take on the role, which gradually shifted to the eldest son, a servant or a young man.
  894. In the olden days, Miya, gu or shrine signified a residence for the Imperial Family, and the Guji used to be a court official serving the Court for the Crown Prince, Empress and other Imperial family members.
  895. In the olden days, people who performed public entertainments including Echigojishi, or performed acrobatics put on this Geta to show their capacity of balance.
  896. In the olden days, stitches are taken out from Wafuku to break it into panels, the panels are washed and stains are removed, then the panels are attached to a big board and thinly starched on the board, and the dried panels are sewn up in the household.
  897. In the opening Kyogen (farce played during a Noh play cycle), the ai (role of a kyogen actor in Noh) explains that we are at Ungo-ji Temple and today is Kechigan (the last day) of Nanoka seppou (seven days of sermons) by Jinen Koji (a boy monk of hanzoku [monk living as ordinary people]).
  898. In the opening of the work, he wrote about the transitory nature of fleeting things, and then the disasters that had occurred in his time or in the past, and his life in a thatched hut was described during the latter part.
  899. In the opening scene of Murayama-za, it takes the form of a play within a play.
  900. In the opinion of Iwao OYAMA above, at a time when there were many politicians who opposed Saigo's opinions, it can be imagined that, based on his rank in the Meiji Government it was not necessary to make put him in full dress according to the circumstances surrounding the situation.
  901. In the opinion of most viewers of the history, Hinin absolutely differed from Fujiyu-min or slave who was called 'Genin' (low ranked person).
  902. In the opinion, it is acceptable from the iconographic characteristics that the image on the West Taiheki (No. 6 wall) is Muryoju Butsu (Amida).
  903. In the order of the Japanese alphabet
  904. In the orders of merit, Shosanmi is equivalent to the First Order of Merit.
  905. In the ordinance it is denominated as 'Kyoto High Speed Railway.'
  906. In the organization of such Gun, Go, Ho, and Jo, the tato fumyo or the bechimyo contracted for the payment of land tax to the kokuga.
  907. In the organization, there were 40 students of medicine, 20 students of acupuncture, 10 students of massage, and 6 students of necromancy.
  908. In the original Buddhism, no commandments existed that prohibited entry by women with barriers at particular places.
  909. In the original Hikitsukekata, the discussion and the shogun's ultimate decision-making (Tadayoshi made decision on behalf of shogun Takauji) on the settled items were thoroughly separated.
  910. In the original idea of the last scene in "Bakumatsu Taiyoden" (The Sun Legend of the End of the Tokugawa Era), the leading actor was to go outside, passing through the studio premise, and then run out into the city.
  911. In the original meaning, the term, actors who play oyama should not be limited to men, but today, oyama is often recognized as the word which refers to `the man acting a woman.'
  912. In the original plan Japan required that ministers should be permanently stationed, but it was amended to 'at any time' so they could be dispatched only when they were necessary.
  913. In the original plot, however, Yosaburo who returned to Otomi found out the crime of the Akama group because the clerk of Izumiya is the older brother of Mirukui, and he swore revenge.
  914. In the original text he is called 'Kimi' or 'In.'
  915. In the original version, it is set at Furu no Yashiro (Isonokami-jingu Shrine).
  916. In the oshirogo of October 17, 1670 against Dosaku HONINBO, he placed the stone first on the tengen and bragged, 'If I lose in this game, I will never place my stone on tengen again in my lifetime.'
  917. In the other 38 hands there are various Jimotsu (the hand-held attributes of a Buddhist image) such as Horin (Dharma-wheel (cakra)), Shakujo (pewter staff) and Suibyo (water jug).
  918. In the other branches in the Hokkeshu sect, the word is described as follows.
  919. In the other companies' buses running in the uniform fare sections, it is announced as well as indicated on displays that the card is unusable for the bus.
  920. In the other country, Silla, it is said that Buddhism was introduced from Koguryo around the beginning of the fifth century, which was later than the introduction in the above two countries.
  921. In the other sects (except for the Tendai sect) there also existed Nenbutsu priests such as Eikan (1033-1111) of the Sanron sect and Kakuban (1095- 1143) of the Shingon sect.
  922. In the other words, his bloodline was descended to two big families: the regent family after Morosuke and the Seiwa-Genji (Minamoto clan) after Tsunemoto.
  923. In the oyose step, quality of the materials is determined based on each pattern unit, and the pieces are made into koyosegi with a good balance.
  924. In the paeans and elegies, he expresses praise and his deeds loudly and clearly, using expressions that indicate the emperor is a deity such as 'as the emperor is a deity', 'as a deity, which he is, he behaves as a deity is supposed to do' and 'a prince of sun that shines high into the sky'.
  925. In the palace of magnificent splendor, the emperor receives celebration from government officials and nobilities, and all people gather there.
  926. In the parade are eight girls of around eight years of age wearing Kariginu (informal clothes for court nobles) and pots on their heads, so the festival is called 'the Nabekaburi matsuri' (the Pot-wearing Festival) and is often considered one of the three major strange festivals of Japan.
  927. In the paragraph on Shoryoryo (the Bureau for managing imperial mausoleums) in "the Engishiki" (an ancient book for codes and procedures on national rites and prayers), there appears Ega no Mofushi no oka Mausoleum.
  928. In the parentheses are the Branch Office of the Transportation Bureau, which is responsible for managing the car registration numbers for the district, and the Office for Motor Vehicle Inspection and Registration.
  929. In the park, there are steel towers of Mt. Ikoma TV FM Transmission Station (the parent station) for television stations in Osaka.
  930. In the park, there were Atagoyama Hotel and Hikoto ride (an attraction hung from a rotating tower).
  931. In the part concerning Susanoo no Mikoto (a god in the Japanese mythology), there is a description which says that many gods (Amatsu kami) lived in Takamanohara and there was a place to weave at, which gives us an impression that they led a life similar to the people.
  932. In the part of an assassination of Kamo SERIZAWA stated in "Roshi (masterless samurai) Bunkyu Era Patriotism Articles" and "Shinsengumi Tenmatsuki"that were written by Shinpachi NAGAKURA of Shinsengumi, she appeared as 'Wachigaiya Itosato' who was present when the incident occurred.
  933. In the part when Yagi-jo Castle was fallen, Motoo YAGI expressed his view that it was not fictional.
  934. In the part where Gengobei loses the inner fight to hold down his sexual urge for Oman while listening to shinnai, Sadanji chose to have the audience understand the volatile emotion by being rapt in listening to shinnai, while other actors struggled to express the emotion.
  935. In the part where northern and southern air masses collide with each other, a baiu front is formed for several thousands kilometers from east to west and it moves to the north gradually over several months.
  936. In the party, the participants, mainly Kugyo recited waka (a traditional Japanese poem of thirty-one syllables) related to traditions and anecdotes described in the "Nihonshoki" to the accompaniment of wagon (Japanese harp) played by Oouta no mikotoshi.
  937. In the passing stations (except for Ogotoonsen Station and Makino Station), signal equipment, in which classification by the shape of turnout is available in both directions of inbound and outbound lines, was installed (block sections are provided on a double track but there is one block section on a single track).
  938. In the past
  939. In the past Aichi Prefecture was also a large producer of wine, but now few wines are produced.
  940. In the past Kyoto was also called 'Rakuyo' by making an analogy to Rakuyo (洛陽), the capital of China, and going to Kyoto was called 'joraku (上洛),' which had the same meaning of the term 'jokyo (going to Tokyo)' at present in a broad sense.
  941. In the past a direct long-distance local train ran from Osaka, but it no longer does.
  942. In the past other religions were considered as hobo and bad religions, and they tried to teach right things against these religions.
  943. In the past people walked with Kannnon-zo (statute of the Goddess of Kannon) on their back during pilgrimage.
  944. In the past she always caught others' children and ate them, so Buddha hid her youngest and favorite child Ainuru (Pingara) to let her know other mothers' suffering to lose a child and made her believe Buddhism.
  945. In the past the following types of trains were operated.
  946. In the past the view that the Sengoku Period started at the time of Onin War, which commenced in 1467, was prevailing, but the bakufu functioned as the central government even after that.
  947. In the past there was Sports Valley Kyoto, later renamed Mori-no-Yuenchi (amusement park in the forest), after which the station was previously named, but the park closed in 2001 and, in 2002, the name was changed to the present Yase-Hieizanguchi Station.
  948. In the past there was a custom of going to the mountains on this day to collect wood necessary for New Year including firewood to cook Ozoni (soup containing vegetables and rice cakes) and pine and bamboo for the Kadomatsu decorations.
  949. In the past there were buses bound for Ueno, Tsukigaseguchi Station and Kasagi.
  950. In the past, 'Daiichi-Asahi' also used Kondo's noodles, and these two had a very close relationship.
  951. In the past, 'Oden ya' stalls opened at nights all across towns and served as an oasis for drunk customers.
  952. In the past, 100 series Shinkansen train-cars and 0 series Shinkansen train-cars were also used.
  953. In the past, 200 series Shinkansen train-cars and E4 series Shinkansen train-cars were also used for special trains.
  954. In the past, Benzaiten, one of the Shichifukujin (seven deities of good luck) said to bring happiness, knowledge and financial benefits, was also located there, but was moved to a place below Atago-jinja Shrine in Shiroyama (the Mimihana area) on the main land area facing this island.
  955. In the past, E2 series Shinkansen train-cars were also used.
  956. In the past, Fukakusa-shako Depot existed beside the station; however, its use was discontinued after Yodo-shako Depot was constructed in March 1980.
  957. In the past, Ganryu-jima had been called Funa-shima; a master of the sword, Musashi MIYAMOTO and Ganryu SASAKI had an argument over the art of warfare, they carried out a fight of art of sword at the island, and Ganryu was struck to the death by Miyamoto.
  958. In the past, Inoko mochi cakes were delivered as an Imperial gift to a large number of retainers in the Imperial court on the first wild boar days in October under old calendar.
  959. In the past, Japanese called orangutan 'shojo猩猩', chimpanzee 'kuro-shojo黒猩猩' (literally, 'black shojo') and gorilla 'o-shojo大猩猩' (literally, 'big shojo').
  960. In the past, Jingikan, who were placed in the center of handling religious services, did not conduct religious services related to imperial tombs, to avoid religious services from being made dirty by dealing with the dead, and therefore, the fact that Jingikan became in charge of imperial tombs was significant.
  961. In the past, Keihan Keishin Line ran on Sanjo-dori Street (for the part of mountain pass, a special track on the southern side adjacent to Sanjo-dori Street was used).
  962. In the past, Kyoto and Kameoka were connected via Oino-saka-toge Pass, but now, the Shin (new)-Oino-saka tunnel (for National Route 9 and for the Kyoto Longitudinal Expressway) was constructed directly under the pass.
  963. In the past, Kyoto city experienced financial difficulties, and the transition of the school to a national university was discussed
  964. In the past, Mibu Station existed between this station and Sai Station, but its operation was discontinued on July 11, 1971, because few people used it.
  965. In the past, Mikasa-yama was its formal name.
  966. In the past, Motonaga MIYOSHI, who had heard the Hongan-ji Temple followers persecute the Hokke sect followers in Izumi and Yamashiro, oppressed the Hongan-ji Temples side.
  967. In the past, Shichiro (or Yashichiro) MORIGIKU, a supporting performer, had also been headhunted, and both Zenpo as the brand-new Daibu and Konparu-za were deeply shocked and damaged.
  968. In the past, Shizuoka Prefecture wasn't famous as a sake-producing area, but thanks to the birth of the Shizuoka sake yeast in the 1980s the prefecture came to be called the 'Kingdom of ginjo sake.'
  969. In the past, Taiwan had the age of the rule of the Japanese Empire, when Japanese system of weights and measures influenced that of Taiwanese, so here, 1 kin is equivalent to 600 grams as in Japan.
  970. In the past, a freight yard, despite being small in scale, existed on the west side of this station and a special railway from there to the Japan Food Warehouse and an oil-storage site was provided in the south direction, over Sanjo-dori Street.
  971. In the past, a local train whose running distance was the longest in Japan ran between Moji Station of the Sanyo Main Line and Fukuchiyama Station of the Sanin Main Line.
  972. In the past, a person with the name of 口分田 was included in the those related to the Genroku Ako Incident (an Ako province-related incident that occurred in the Genroku era (1688 - 1704)).
  973. In the past, adults did ishi-gassen and it resulted in a number of dead and injured one after another.
  974. In the past, as mandarin oranges and other stuffs were also offered by each house, 40 to 50 mandarin oranges were distributed to each child.
  975. In the past, before the Meiji period, there used to be shrines of varying size in each settlement, each surrounded by a Chinju no Mori.
  976. In the past, buses bound for Iwakura/Ohara operated by Kyoto Bus Co., Ltd. (some buses were operated by Kyoto City Bus) would depart from and arrive at this bus terminal, but currently they depart from and arrive at Kokusaikaikan Station.
  977. In the past, colorful paper called chiyogami was used for origami.
  978. In the past, competition between Fukuoka and Osaka was furious, but the railway side has been regaining ground, for example, by introducing 'Hikari Rail Star.'
  979. In the past, during some performances, actors skillfully used kakegoe, then such collaboration between actors and audiences had gradually become set, and at present some performances can't be formed without kakegoe.
  980. In the past, each Japanese household used to have a 'katsuobushi kezuriki' (a cutter box for katsuobushi), since it was necessary to shave the katsuobushi with it just before cooking it.
  981. In the past, each household had nuka-doko and made nuka-zuke, but recently most of the people buy it at the supermarket to avoid the pain and a smell of rice bran bed.
  982. In the past, each island had its own toji school such as Hirado Toji and Ikitsuki Toji.
  983. In the past, each of the business offices used its own bus model, but now such a practice isn't strictly followed.
  984. In the past, every house used to equip Uchiwa-shiki (special material to set Uchiwa fan) and Uchiwa-tate (holder of Uchiwa fan) in a zashiki (Japanese style tatami room) or a drawing room.
  985. In the past, hard water was used to make much of the shuzo yosui, but, in recent years, new merits of soft water have been discovered and the taste of sake brewed with soft water matches the taste of people today.
  986. In the past, he had proposed marriage to Lady Akashi but was refused by her father Priest Akashi.
  987. In the past, he used to drive two cars regularly, the Nissan Skyline manufactured by Prince Motor Company (now Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.) and the SOHC manufactured by Daimler Motor Company.
  988. In the past, high-quality cork was used for the sole, but as the tradition of wearing kimono fell out, it was replaced with inexpensive urethane.
  989. In the past, horses had been considered to be one of weapons, such as swords and guns, therefore, the people except for the bushi class, such as tradesmen and peasants, had been forbidden to ride horses.
  990. In the past, houses without tokonoma were almost unimaginable.
  991. In the past, however, a piece of Japanese eggplant, into which a wick was stuck, was set inside the hexagonal pyramid for lighting a candle, or a small amount of sand was put into the pyramid for supporting a candle.
  992. In the past, in Ikaho-onsen hot springs which has been called the birthplace of Onsen-manju, the water of the spring's source and the mineral deposits of the hot springs (resembling flowers) were used for adding the unique color which reminded of spring's source to the manju.
  993. In the past, in Mt. Hiei of the Tendai sect, a son of a court noble ordained as a Buddhist priest by receiving the commandments of Buddhism and by shaving his head was called 'Shusseken.'
  994. In the past, inbound trains and outbound trains met here to switch the tracks, but the facilities to enable such a function have been removed.
  995. In the past, investigations of the ancient documents of Kai were conducted when the Edo bakufu compiled "Shoshu Komonjo" as well.
  996. In the past, it employed geigi (geisha girls) as well, but today, employs only tayu (geisha of the highest rank), providing training opportunities for them, and is used for banquets.
  997. In the past, it had been considered that kataribon group spread by a biwa-playing minstrel was added in order to change it into a reading material.
  998. In the past, it had been said that Musashi fought in the Siege of Osaka (1614-1615) for the Toyotomi forces, however, that opinion is invalid and unreliable.
  999. In the past, it was also called the Myoman-ji School of the Nichiren Sect or Nichijumon School.
  1000. In the past, it was called Nishi Hori-kawa River.

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