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  1. In the past, it was called a large jar (tea canister) in contrast to a small jar (tea container), the name for a chaire (tea container) that was used to store powdered green tea.
  2. In the past, it was considered as Pediococcus lactobacillus, and it was categorized into Pediococcus halophilus or Pediococcus sojae.
  3. In the past, it was famous as a very good rice and was valued as "illusory sakamai," but because the growing area expanded too rapidly, the power and quality of the variety was degraded.
  4. In the past, it was operated as 'Yodo Rapid Train Turfy' (it made a stop at the following stations: Yodoyabashi, Kitahama, Tenmabashi, Kyobashi, Moriguchishi and Yodo).
  5. In the past, it was requested that operation of the research forest finance itself to some extent by earning income by itself and contribute to the finance of the university.
  6. In the past, it was said that ordinary people used senjicha and rich people maccha, but it became clear that ordinary people also used hikicha in the middle ages.
  7. In the past, it was said to be most plausible that samurai originated in the armed farmers who defeated the ancient aristocratic control system.
  8. In the past, it was sometimes described as the Arashiyama feeder line.
  9. In the past, it was thought to be the smell of the bottle containing the sake and, therefore, the word "binshu (smell of bottle)" was used.
  10. In the past, it was understood that Erizenirei was used to eliminate the erizeni act itself.
  11. In the past, it was used as the head office of the Kyoto Prefectural government.
  12. In the past, it was used to carry sake.
  13. In the past, kanpyo was used for fixing topping items that were likely to drop, but nowadays, a seaweed cut like a belt is used instead.
  14. In the past, many became passive devotees to the fundoshi loincloth by following the recommendations given by close relatives including their fathers and grand fathers who regularly used fundoshi loincloth.
  15. In the past, many houses, such as farmers' houses and Machiya houses, were place where persons lived and worked for earning their living.
  16. In the past, many of them had handles made of water-buffalo horn.
  17. In the past, many superior trains connecting Nagoya and Minatomachi (current JR Namba)/Nanki or Kyoto and Ise, including the Express "Yamato" that ran between Tokyo and Minatomachi/Wakayamashi, ran on the Kawarada - Minatomachi section.
  18. In the past, many works portrayed Hanzo HATTORI as a villain for his anti-government stance, but it is not necessarily the case now.
  19. In the past, men were supposed to put the left big toe on the right, and women were supposed to put the right big toe on the left; however, no such rules exist toady.
  20. In the past, nimoto (a manufacturing process of yeast mash) was once made in the same way, in principal, as this moto.
  21. In the past, on the night of setsubun the men and women, young and old confined themselves in the haiden (a hall of worship) of Efumi-jinja Shrine, in which their Ubusunagami (guardian deity of one's birthplace) is enshrined, and spent the night.
  22. In the past, ordinary cooking rice was often used for nihonshumai, but since the start of the 2000s there has been an increasing tendency among breweries to use shuzo koteki mai for kakemai as well.
  23. In the past, other tracks, used to allow the Keihan model 60 electric cars to run through this station even when the ordinary track of the station was occupied by another train, were provided as well.
  24. In the past, people had to cross the pass on foot and raccoon dogs were found around there.
  25. In the past, people made holes in thick paper to assign the location of each thread.
  26. In the past, people would line up from Otsu Station for the Lake Biwa Regular Tour Bus.
  27. In the past, political/social situations in the early 10th century was thought of as a society where the central government abandoned almost of its ruling power and invited the state of chaos in the provinces.
  28. In the past, rapid express trains were also operated (stopped at Kyoto Station, Takeda Station, Tanbabashi Station, Saidaiji Station, Shin-Omiya Station (from the year 2000) and Nara Station).
  29. In the past, rice, wheat, dried chestnuts, charcoal and other materials were reportedly used along with beans, but eventually beans became exclusively used because they are the most productive of the five main cereals, and also because of their hitting sound and proper size for throwing.
  30. In the past, sacred sake and food offered to the god was given to an imperial envoy on September 11 (old calendar), and it was presented to the god on September 17 (old calendar).
  31. In the past, sankyoku gassou was also called 'sankyoku awase.'
  32. In the past, sightseeing bus guides used to describe Mt. Mikami's elevation as '4 x 28 or 428 meters.'
  33. In the past, some Japanese had counted it as one of Shichifukujin (seven gods making people's dreams come true) as a substitute for Jurojin (god of longevity).
  34. In the past, squid and whitebait were stewed as well, but recently, this process has almost disappeared.
  35. In the past, such flavor was recollected and liquefied by Yakoman equipment and returned into moromi and, sometimes, added to other sake than moromi from which such flavor is recollected.
  36. In the past, such products were produced by carving them out from flattened metal.
  37. In the past, sugar and milk were served already mixed in the coffee, but in recent years, customers are asked if they want them separately.
  38. In the past, the 103 series were operated with three-car sets, and on rare occasions the 221 series has been operated during the daytime as a local train with a six-car set.
  39. In the past, the Fushimi Momoyama Castle Land stood on this site, but the amusement park closed in 2003.
  40. In the past, the Kujo depot for the trams was placed very near to this business office, and consequently, after the operation of Kyoto City trams was discontinued, the depot site came to be used as a business office for the City bus, forcing the closure of this office in May 1979.
  41. In the past, the Shizuma Shrine resided in this place but it was relocated to avoid high waves to Tarumi, Shizuma-cho, Oda-shi in 1656.
  42. In the past, the academic field focused on the fact that the Taira clan administration was developed under the aristocracy and it was recognized as an aristocratic government rather than a bushi one.
  43. In the past, the area flourished as a port for transporting wood ("Ki-no-tsu (port for wood)").
  44. In the past, the area of Hokke-ji Temple and Kairyuo-ji Temple belonged to the residence of FUJIWARA no Fuhito, who is an ancestor of the Fujiwara Clan.
  45. In the past, the area was generally called "Kuchitanba" or "Kuchitan", not Nantan, and even now, there are some people who refer to the area with these terms instead of Nantan.
  46. In the past, the areas where fresh fishes and shells were available were not many even in Japan surrounded by sea.
  47. In the past, the believers had chanted hoben (Hoben-bon) and jigage (Nyoraijuryo-bon) five times every morning and three times every night; this practice had been called 'goza, sanza.'
  48. In the past, the ceremony of the dancers' entrance was conducted on a large scale.
  49. In the past, the common people decorated them, while higher class people did it with Hina dolls on tiered platforms.
  50. In the past, the company, unlike other route bus operators in Kinki area, used bodies manufactured by Fuji Heavy Industries, Ltd., for its all buses, including other makers' buses than those of Nissan Diesel Motor Co., Ltd., whose genuine bodies were manufactured by Fuji Heavy Industries, Ltd.
  51. In the past, the dormitory produced persons who became a trustee of the educational foundation of Doshisha, and in 2004, a ceremony and other events were held inviting trustees.
  52. In the past, the facilities housed a variety of shops, such as a supermarket, dress shops, variety shops, restaurants, local Japanese sweet shops, a sporting goods store, a game center and a shop selling goods with famous brands, being a popular spot in the area.
  53. In the past, the festival was held at Joneiden palace.
  54. In the past, the fifteenth shogun of the Muromachi Bakufu, Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA (reigned 1568-1573) ordered Muni SHINMEN (Musashi's father) to fight with a member of the Yoshioka.
  55. In the past, the main fermenting yeast was categorized into halotolerant Saccharomyces, but today, it is categorized into Zygosaccharomyces rouxii.
  56. In the past, the most important purpose of the process to add alcohol was preservation from putrefaction.
  57. In the past, the nickname of "West Hikari" and that of "Grand-Hikari" also existed.
  58. In the past, the pass of Mt. Oe (大枝山) was called 'Oeno-saka Slope' (大江坂), but is now referred to as Oino-saka Slope (老の坂) (Oino-saka-toge Pass (老ノ坂峠)).
  59. In the past, the people in the area earned their living by supplying natural wood or by producing charcoal, which is centered on Japanese cedars, but with the amount of imported lumber increasing in the high economic growth period, they have been forced to change their forest-centered industry.
  60. In the past, the roof, pillars and beams were painted pink after the name of this station (the Japanese kanji for "momo" in "Fushimi-momoyama" means "peach").
  61. In the past, the term 'Musume-gidayu (girl gidayu reciter)' was typically used, because Gidayu-bushi was recited by young females.
  62. In the past, the term 'Tare gidayu' was also used, although it was rarely.
  63. In the past, the term Yamato Imperial Court was used.
  64. In the past, the terminal was located in a very narrow space north of the Keihan Line and south of the JR station, but it has been moved to the present place corresponding to the area's redevelopment.
  65. In the past, the title was sometimes called 'Quin' (or 'Kuin'), however at present it is commonly called 'Queen.'
  66. In the past, there was a 17-chapter text and a 19-chapter text.
  67. In the past, there was a big pond/swamp called Ogura-ike Pond at a place near Uji in Yamashina Province, and Makishima was an island in the pond.
  68. In the past, there was a view that Kodaiin is responsible for Hideyoshi's not having a child (or having few children).
  69. In the past, there was a view that Tenshu with Shikkui-Okabe (Plaster wall) were more in a newer style than Tenshu with Shitamiita-bari; however, recently there is an opinion that they are equal with each other.
  70. In the past, there was an incident where an elementary school pupil suffocated to death when his own vomit blocked his bronchial tube after eating buckwheat noodles served for lunch at school that caused an allergy seizure.
  71. In the past, there were also many sao made of oak or mulberry.
  72. In the past, there were at least three cases where a male-line male might have been `married into' an Imperial female family.
  73. In the past, there were cases in which tsuyuake occurred in the Hokuriku region earlier than in the Chugoku region in which tsuyuiri occurred earlier and tsuyuake in the Kanto region was delayed largely compared to western Japan.
  74. In the past, there were cases of trains running all-night operations on the Hanwa Line to JR Nanba.
  75. In the past, there were cases where a Hinomaru (national flag of Japan) designed Sensu was opened to be used for a target for bow and arrow.
  76. In the past, there were cities, towns, and villages whose names included "Mikuriya," as in the following:
  77. In the past, there were differing theories through which historians and other experts could identify the Kensaitsuka Kofun (The Kofun was an enpun tumulus and disappeared) in Kimura-Cho, Higashiomi City and Kuma no Mori Kofun (keyhole-shaped tumulus) inside Myoho-ji Temple as the burial mound of Prince Oshiha.
  78. In the past, there were two tracks on the west side of the current Platform 1, two tracks between two platforms and storage tracks (six tracks) on the east side.
  79. In the past, there were yose for kodan storytelling, yose for Rokyoku (naniwabushi recitation) and yose for iromono (various entertainments other than storytelling), respectively, in addition to yose for rakugo.
  80. In the past, this term meant a "know-it-all" attitude such as saying as if someone had seen things he hadn't.
  81. In the past, this was taught in compulsory education as 'Buke-zukuri'.
  82. In the past, toshi-otoko men play the role of throwing beans in their regions at the Setsubun festival (celebration of the coming of spring).
  83. In the past, trains were in operation where their starting and terminal station was Suita Station or Koshienguchi Station.
  84. In the past, waboshi (a soft glove (without a hardened thumb)), which had no tsuno inside, was mainstream (the tsuno can be inconvenient because one can neither draw a bow while on horseback nor hold a sword).
  85. In the past, when a mago (packhorse driver) went to pick up packages to transport at the request of a warehouse merchant in a distant town, they would often accept another package from someone else to transport on the way, gaining dachin and earning small money.
  86. In the past, when the trains didn't carry the rollsign at the front face, they used the round-shaped directional signboard, and to distinguish the trains those between Yodoyabashi Station and Sanjo Station used the red-background board with white letters while those between Yodoyabashi and Kuzuha Station carried the white background board with red letters.
  87. In the past, when there were not much sweets, botamochi was an expensive sweet which was served to guests at home, to workers in parties after rice plantings, to children as a snack, to gathered people in Buddhist services and so on.
  88. In the past, whitefishes were often marinated in soy sauce.
  89. In the past, women called "Oharame" sometimes came from Yase Ohara to this area to sell wild vegetables they collected in the mountain area.
  90. In the past, women have used the sticks to hit each other.
  91. In the past, you got several stamps in a day, and currently, you can get one stamp in a day.
  92. In the patrol post, the bodies were stripped off, thawed by direct heat, and carried to the headquarters in coffins.
  93. In the peace conference, the coalition countries demanded "lease of Hiko-shima Island" as well as various other terms.
  94. In the peace negotiation of the Choshu-Bakufu War held at the end of August 1866, he negotiated with Kaishu KATSU of the bakufu side, at Itsukushima in Aki Province.
  95. In the peace of the Edo Period, it is a bankata post that merged the newly created function of guards to protect the shogun in his travels and the function of standing army.
  96. In the peaceful Edo Period when the bow and arrow declined as the role of a weapon, the lineage of the Busha group incorporated rules of decorum so that both aspects of Bunsha and Busha were combined and Kyuju became the essential military art for the Samurai hierarchy.
  97. In the peaceful political situation, many calligraphic experts, including Kukai and TACHIBANA no Hayanari, appeared, and many excellent calligraphic products in this period still remain.
  98. In the performance at Kabuki-za Theater in 2003, the actors played the roles by Ningyoburi (A way of Kabuki acting which imitates the exaggerated motions of the puppets in Ningyo Joruri).
  99. In the performance of classic honkyoku (pieces originally composed and played with the shakuhachi), the unique characteristics of each ko-kan or ji-nashi-kan shakuhachi can be attractive.
  100. In the performance of the current Tojuro SAKATA at the Osaka Shochiku-za Theater in July 2006, a season is changed to spring as in the original and the characters wore awase (lined garment) from yukata.
  101. In the performance with oyadaiko, some players make acrobatic movements such as spinning around the sticks.
  102. In the period 'from the Meiji Restoration to the surrender in World War II,' how to take a Japanese identity before the overwhelming civilization and advanced culture of Western countries was an issue under the international environment where imperialistic countries unfolded captures of colonies.
  103. In the period after the Muromachi bakufu to the Edo bakufu, shogun was regarded synonymous with Seii taishogun because the Seii taishogun was the only shogun title.
  104. In the period as a hostage in Sunpu, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA was also taken as a hostage in Sunpu.
  105. In the period dramas encouraging the good and punishing the evil, someone, who shows his presence and makes viewers understand easily that he is a villain, is essential in order to emphasize the heroic feature of the main character (or his colleagues).
  106. In the period from 1526 to 1532, he assumed Jingutenso (shrine messenger to the emperor).
  107. In the period from 1657 to 1659, he invited Sanchi and held a gokai (go-playing party) with people from the Kitano-tenmangu Shrine and Sanchi accompanied by Shunkai SHIBUKAWA and his son, Kosaburo (Chitetsu) and played go with nobles, priests, etc.
  108. In the period from 1902 to 1903, Kuraki SAKAI appeared and under the influence of Shiki MASAOKA's revolution in tanka and haiku, the senryu reform movement gained a higher profile.
  109. In the period from 1982 to 1992, 'Hashidate' was an express train operated between Fukui Station (Fukui Prefecture) and Amanohashidate Station via the Obama and Miyazu lines.
  110. In the period from 724 to 729 in particular he wrote six choka (long poems) which put him at the same level as other poets of his time, such as KURIMAMOCHI no Chitose and YAMABE no Akahito.
  111. In the period from 811 to 812, he assumed the post of betto (chief officer) of Otokuni-dera Temple.
  112. In the period from April 22 to 24, the Kamigata army captured Toya-jo Castle (present Aridagawa-cho), a branch castle of the Hatakeyama clan, and furthermore, the headquarter, Iwamuro-jo Castle (present Arida City).
  113. In the period from April to June, he took castles on the Takeda side in the northern Shinano area, and invaded deeply into Takeda's territory to take back the control of Zenkoji-daira.
  114. In the period from the 10th to 12th century, the period of the Kokufu Bunka (Japan's original national culture) and Insei period culture, 'Japanese style,' the culture suited to Japanese tastes was sophisticatedly developed.
  115. In the period from the end of the Showa era to the beginning of the Heisei era, the trend of expanding commutable areas to their widest limit became prominent.
  116. In the period from the second century B.C. to around the beginning of the first century, Wajin paid tribute to the Former Han Dynasty on a regular basis and formed about 100 political groups (countries) ("Kanjo Chirishi" (Historical records of the Han Dynasty)).
  117. In the period governed by Shingen, a system that imposed a land tax and miscellaneous taxes per ken (1-ken is approximately 1.8 meters) of house, which had been developed since the period of Nobutora, was established.
  118. In the period of 1977 through 1979, it was used as the site for Japan International Birdman Rally (Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation).
  119. In the period of Emperor Ingyo (son of Emperor Nintoku), he set up Fujiwarabe for Princess SOTOORI no Iratsume.
  120. In the period of Emperor Tenji, Fukei and his older brother Maguta retired in the name of the illness.
  121. In the period of Emperor Tenmu, he served as Tsuwamono no Tsukasa no Taifu (subordinate officer of the department of military affairs).
  122. In the period of Empress Jito and of Emperor Monmu, he served as Dainagon (chief councilor of state) at a high rank.
  123. In the period of Genso (Tang), Do (administrative district) of which the number had been 10 was increased to 15, and saihoshochishi (auditor) were placed in each Do.
  124. In the period of Iemitsu TOKUGAWA, the third Shogun, three major policies were established: the establishment of a feudal system, thoroughness of national isolation, and a ban against Christianity, which forced Christians to choose either martyrdom or renunciation.
  125. In the period of Insei (rule by a retired emperor), Myohodo flourished again in response to increasing cases about land possession and buying, selling, loan and growing security concerns.
  126. In the period of Insei, the Retired Emperor Gosaga began inhyojo (consultation under the cloister government) in 1246 adopting the Kamakura bakufu's practice, and also held hyojohajime.
  127. In the period of Keicho koban (a type of gold coin used in the Keicho era), the ichi mon (a currency unit of the Edo period) coin was the only type of Kanei tsuho (old copper coin) that was worth less than the ichibuban (ichibu was equivalent to 1 kan mon (1,000 mon) according to the official quotation).
  128. In the period of Northern and Southern Courts, Dengaku reached the peak of its activities, overwhelming Sarugaku.
  129. In the period of Northern and Southern Courts, shugo of Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) issued written appointments to their kenin, who were effectively allowed to call themselves governmental or provincial officers.
  130. In the period of Northern and Southern Courts, the Northern Court (Japan) (Muromachi bakufu [Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun]) placed Hyoro-ryosho (See Hanzeirei) and the Southern Court (Japan) inflicted choyobun (taxation), and in these ways they both secured army provisions.
  131. In the period of November 1998 to the autumn of 1999, 'Uji rapid trains,' providing through service from the Osaka area, were operated in the seasons in which people enjoyed outings.
  132. In the period of Prince Shotoku, a system for eshi was set up, and under the Ritsuryo system, Edakumi no Tsukasa (Bureau of Painting) was established.
  133. In the period of Sengoku, Katsushiro and his wife Miyagi live together in Mama, in the Katsushika district of Shimousa Province.
  134. In the period of Tang Dynasty, a document of Torei (codes in the Tang era) is inexistent because Torei was not conveyed completely, but it is possible to analogize Torei from Ryo (administrative codes) of Japan because it is specified in the Ryo of Japan.
  135. In the period of Tang Dynasty, the mass decreased by about 11 percents.
  136. In the period of Yoshiakira the role of Hikitsukeshu (Coadjustor of the High Court) who administered regional governing authorities was reduced and the power of the stewards was strengthened, with the aim of establishing a centralized governing authority.
  137. In the period of military government, a bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) was sometimes called 'Chotei', too.
  138. In the period of modern Showa, the school had boasted its prosperity before the World War II, but was then forced to decline during the wartime.
  139. In the period of the Minamoto clan and the Taira clan, and in the medieval period in Japan, fairness and graciousness were required in a battle, and the battle was done on a one-on-one basis.
  140. In the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan) and the Nuromachi period
  141. In the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan) to the mid Edo period, the next heir to the Imperial Throne often did not become 'crown prince' even if he was determined.
  142. In the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan), Imperial Prince Kanenaga was given the title of the king of Japan under the name of 'Ryokai' by the Ming dynasty on the condition that he crack down on the Japanese pirates.
  143. In the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan), Masato KUSUNOKI of Kawachi Province succeeded to the family line of the Kusunoki clan (the Iyotachibana clan), while the family of other sons (Masasue KUSUNOKI and others) reverted to the Wada clan, except the family of Masashige KUSUNOKI.
  144. In the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan), Takauji ASHIKAGA, confronting Emperor Godaigo, established a samurai government in Kyoto and, while he lived on the Nijo-dori Takakura-dori to act as a guardian for the Northern Court (Japan), the Second Shogun Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA lived in Sanjo bomon.
  145. In the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan), a succession dispute arose, and the family head, Hiroyuki OUCHI conflicted with his uncle, Nagahiro WASHIZU.
  146. In the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan), it became almost extinct.
  147. In the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan), the direct descendants of the family served the Northern Court, but Moronobu KAZANIN and his son, Morokata KAZANIN, who belonged to a branch family, were close aides of Emperor Godaigo, and their descendents served the Yoshino Court.
  148. In the period of the Northern and Southern Courts, Akiie KITABATAKE of the Southern Court, as Chinjufu Shogun, was allowed to be called Chinjufu Taishogun, but it is thought that this was done to put it on a level with and oppose the Seii Taishogun.
  149. In the period of the Northern and Southern Courts, Emperor Godaigo and his people destroyed the Kamakura bakufu and started the Kenmu Restoration, and thus the military government was discontinued.
  150. In the period of the Northern and Southern Courts, he initially belonged to the Northern Court, and later defected to the Southern Court in Yoshino.
  151. In the period of the Northern and Southern Courts, many families of the Shinano-Ogasawara clan belonged to the Northern Court, but there were some people belonging to the Southern Court such as Jujiro OGASAWARA, the fourth son of Sadamune OGASAWARA, who is said to be the one who constructed Haba-jo Castle.
  152. In the period of the Northern and Southern Courts, the Uesugi clan supported the Northern Court and ousted the Nitta clan and others who supported the Southern Court from the southern part of Echigo Province.
  153. In the period of the Northern and Southern Courts, the clan sided with the Southern court and most of the clan members faced their downfall
  154. In the period of the Northern and Southern Courts, the family produced Takasue SHIJO, who was active as a courtier of the Southern Court.
  155. In the period of the Northern and Southern Courts, the family split into two families, the Kami Reizei family of Tameyuki REIZEI, the first son of Tamehiro REIZEI, and the Shimo Reizei family of Mochitame REIZEI, the second son of Temehiro REIZEI.
  156. In the period of the Northern and Southern Courts, the family split to Sanenatsu TOIN of the Northern Court and Saneyo TOIN of the Southern Court; but was reunited in the sixth generation by Kinsada TOIN, the son of Sanenatsu.
  157. In the period of the Northern and Southern Courts, they took sides with Emperor Godaigo of the Southern Court, and jointed the army of Yoshisada NITTA.
  158. In the period of the Northern and Southern Dynasties (China), Ju-gaku in the Southern Dynasty (China) was called south learning, and Ju-gaku in the Northern Dynasty (China) was called north learning.
  159. In the period of the Northern and Southern Dynasties (China), keigaku (study of Keisho in Confucianism) such as the Sanron sect and the Jojitsu sect became popular, and such stream was further transmitted to east.
  160. In the period of the Northern and Southern Dynasties, when disturbances of war spread throughout the country, shugo daimyo (military governors) increased their power and started to govern Kokuga.
  161. In the period of the Northern and the Southern Courts (Japan), an Anzaisho (a temporary lodging built to accommodate an Imperial visit) for the emperors of the Southern Court, Emperor Gomurakami, Emperor Chokei and Emperor Gokameyama, was placed here.
  162. In the period of the Northern and the Southern courts in China, Northern Zhou adopted multi-capital system and located the capital in Changan and a secondary capital city in Luoyang in eastern China.
  163. In the period of the Tang Dynasty in China, it was widely done to excerpt necessary parts from old books to classify and recompile them for making prose and poetry or organizing knowledge, and such books were called Leishu.
  164. In the period of the Third Shogun MINAMOTO no Sanetomo, Kagemori took an active part as a close adviser who was much trusted by Sanetomo and Masako, and battled as a member of the Hojo clan at the Shigetada HATAKEYAMA Rebellion in 1205 and at the Battle of WADA in 1213.
  165. In the period of the government by the retired emperor during the Heian period, a view of the state based on Buddhism that the rise of Buddhism was directly connected to the rise of the influence sovereignty earned awareness.
  166. In the period of the modern Japanese development since the Meiji period, it became a common in the whole country as underwear to be put under kimono or hakama (pleated loose-fitting trousers).
  167. In the period of transition of trends to short cans, 250 g cans called 'Fat can' that were equally tall as 190 g size cans and wider in diameter were found.
  168. In the period that eight chamberlains served at the Imperial Court, they also had 92 associate chamberlains, so there were 100 chamberlains in total.
  169. In the period until Yoshinaka met his end, the Taira clan re-established its influence and by January 1184, they had returned to Settsu Fukuhara.
  170. In the period when Chigi was active and Tendai-shu sect prospered, the Nehan Sect that has its basis on Nehan-gyo became only a school sect and was impractical.
  171. In the period when the ritsuryo system was established, the training institution according to the ritsuryo codes had a military art based on the ritsuryo system style of military officers.
  172. In the periods of Ming and Qing, Nuhi still existed, but mainly consisted of Shinuhi basically, and disappeared gradually.
  173. In the periods of Northern Wei, Sui and Tang, Shinuhi who was incorporated in the ritsuryo system and was put under the control of the master, received restrictions including being disallowed to sue the master.
  174. In the periods of Qin and former Han dynasty, Kannuhi whose core consisted of prisoners of war and clans committing a serious crime was mainly engaged in the work at a government-owned factory or in breeding horses, birds, dogs and so on at a stock farm.
  175. In the personnel affairs held in January, 764, Shikachi was appointed to Echizen no kuni Kokushi (Governor of Echizen Province).
  176. In the personnel reshuffle carried out after the war, he was appointed to Sangi (a councilor) at the rank of Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) on October 6, 1156.
  177. In the petroleum industry during the period from 1955 to 1964, sellers dumping petroleum products were called 'Gonta shop' after Igami no Gonta in this play.
  178. In the photographs he took, there are about 1000 photos such as Nagoya-jo Castle Ninomaru Goten Palace demolished in 1870 and Hiroshima-jo Castle town of the end of the Edo period left, and so many photos have the value of historical records.
  179. In the pictorial map of the castle provided to the shogunate, the districts where people lived on the plains were marked as residential areas of samurai.
  180. In the picture depicting the wheel of life, such as the one shown in upper right,
  181. In the picture record of "Heike-nokyo" (collective term of Buddhist scriptures in dedicated by the Taira family" which was dedicated by TAIRA no Kiyomori with statements in Itsukushima-jinja Shrine in 1164, Akari-shoji was drawn in the hermitage of a priest.
  182. In the picture rolls such as "Genji Monogatari Emaki" and "Nenchu-gyoji Emaki" (picture roll of annual events), there are pictures of black lacquered lattice doors used as sliding doors or set-in partitions.
  183. In the picture, as if the saddle is possessed by the deep-seated grudge of murdered Masakiyo, a hand-like cord of the saddle holds a bamboo stick.
  184. In the pictures or bronze statues depicting the Battle of Kawanakajima, Kenshin (Masatora) was depicted as a priest wearing Gyoninzutsumi (priest attire worn in battles).
  185. In the place of exile, he received kind treatment from the Matsumae clan and is said to have contributed to diffusion of the culture of Kyoto in Matsumae.
  186. In the place of immature Ietsuna TOKUGAWA, his uncles such as the lord of the Aizu Domain Masayuki HOSHINA and Tadakiyo SAKAI took charge of the political affaires to assist the shogunate government.
  187. In the place where the face of the Amida Nyorai, the middle Buddha image, used to be painted, a hole was drilled to let a fire hose go through so that the mural of this part was completely lost.
  188. In the place where the kabuto was found, a monument was erected that states 'The place at which Yoshisada Nitta died' by the lord of domain Mitsumichi MATSUDAIRA, and this place was designated as a national historic site in 1924 under the name of 'Tomyoji Nitta Yoshisada Senbotsudennsetsuchi.'
  189. In the places to which he was appointed, he advised the local people to have a regular vocation, and instructed them on cultivation planning, planting fruit trees, keeping chickens or porks in a timely manner, establishing ordinances on them.
  190. In the plan, water from a branch of the lake Biwa canal is siphoned under the Kamo-gawa River, and is supplied to the area through a channel provided under Shimei-dori Street and Horikawa-dori Street.
  191. In the planning stage, two plans were proposed: the first is to follow National Highway Route No. 24 throughout, and the second is to follow National Highway Route No. 24 and the Nishikujo-saho Line.
  192. In the play he displays jealousy towards Yohei, as Okichi shows favor towards Yohei, and he is suspicious about their relationship.
  193. In the play's premiere, Koshiro MATSUMOTO V was highly acclaimed for his brooding performance.
  194. In the play, the deity Kumano Gongen and Imagumano are mentioned as 'having the same name as me.'
  195. In the play, when Kazuemon FUWA, a famous character of "Kanadehon Chushingura," disguises himself as Gengobe SATSUMA for gathering money, he is cheated out of 100 ryo (a monetary unit) by Sangoro (in fact a son of Tokuemon, Sentaro's disguise), and as a result he becomes a cold-blooded murderer.
  196. In the playhouse located in the precincts of Shinmei Shrine in Shiba, sumo wrestlers including Yotsuguruma Daihachi and Kuryuzan Namiemon quarrelled again with young members of the Me-gumi firefighter brigade.
  197. In the plot of a period TV drama called 'Shinsengumi!,' Keisuke YAMANAMI took him in when he was a masterless samurai, but Yamanami ordered Kazurayama to commit seppuku when the latter was accused of having written a petition calling for Shinpachi NAGAKURA's resignation from the Shinsengumi.
  198. In the plot to dethrone Emperor Kazan, Michitaka took an active part in the Imperial Court under his father Kaneie's instructions.
  199. In the plot, a wisteria spirit with a wisteria branch in her hand dances in front of the large pine tree covered with wisteria, lamenting how men's feelings can be difficult to win over.
  200. In the poem Meiyo Kasensha in the Waka Iroha collection, it was recorded "Zoki hoshi (priest Zoki), private collection, called himself Ionushi. Same name in the era of the Emperor Uda, Palace priest of Teiji-in."
  201. In the poem below, makura kotoba and jo kotoba are used freely and skillfully, and this poem appears in the Hyakunin Isshu (100 waka poems by 100 poets).
  202. In the poem he described that at different times of the year, when nature is beautiful, he thought about In Kyoritsu, who was far away in Jiangnan.
  203. In the poems of "Manyoshu," Tsukuyomi is cited as 'Tsukuyomi' or 'Tsukuyomiotoko' and depicted in two ways: as a simple metaphor of the moon or as a deity.
  204. In the poetic style of his family the evoking of true emotions was very highly prized, leading him to compose waka that expressed a delicate yet sensuous quality; this new style breathed life into the stagnated waka circles of late Kamakura-period Japan.
  205. In the poetry contest by poets of various collections, Gotobain made Kunaikyo and Izumi Shikibu compete, which suggests that Gotobain appreciated her talent.
  206. In the poetry contest, OTOMO no Kuronushi (Waki: supporting actor) was going to compete against ONO no Komachi (Shite: main actor).
  207. In the points of emphasizing the emperor's actions and reflecting the authentic style of the National Histories, it greatly influenced later works such as Nihon Sandai Jitsuroku (Veritable Records of Three Reigns of Japan).
  208. In the political field, after taking the position of kocho (village officer) for Oiwake-mura, Kuwata County in 1874, he served as a member of Kyoto Prefectural Assembly, the House of Representatives and the House of Peers (Japan) and literally, continued to dominate political and business fields in the Kansai.
  209. In the political field, he was against the Choshu conquest by the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), submitted a report in order to stop it, and went to the Choshu Domain with the title of Kosho-ji monzeki to mediate between Choshu and Bakufu.
  210. In the political reforms known as the Taika Reforms advanced by Emperor Kotoku and Emperor Tenji from 646, four Action Plans were shown.
  211. In the political system, a leading state called Hasha (hegemony) builds sincere relationships with other Hoken states, which is thought to produce more rigid rulers-and-subjects relations than that of conventional Hoken relations.
  212. In the pond at the center of the garden, there are a 'kame-shima island' (literally, a tortoise island) and a 'tsuru-shima island' (literally, a crane island), each connected to the land around the pond with a bridge.
  213. In the popular Ming Dynasty novel 'Hoshinengi,' many Dokyo gods appear.
  214. In the popular song world, many song records under the category of ozashiki songs were released to catch onto the popularity of those restaurants.
  215. In the popular theory, the figures of the three portraits are assumed as MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, TAIRA no Shigemori, and FUJIWARA no Mitsuyoshi.
  216. In the portion of Wadayama northward, trains are often delayed because of the Bantan Line's limited express, which runs straight into this line, and special train service in the tourism season, including the time required for tourists to get on and off.
  217. In the portrayal, the Minowaraji has a straw raincoat as its torso and straw sandals (which are called 'waraji' in Japanese) as its legs.
  218. In the possession of the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art
  219. In the post war period, many manzai-shi suffered their own partners' death from war, death by disease, and unexplained disappearance, etc.
  220. In the post war period, the pedestal was donated to Honmo-ji temple by his relatives, and today, a statue of The Venerable Nichiren can be seen standing on it.
  221. In the post-World War II period, although female members of the royal family wear the costume when they visit the Ise-jingu Shrine as a special event, there are very few opportunities to see it in general.
  222. In the postscript at the end of volume eight, Kaikei's name appears as one of the Keichiensha (a person who participates in, and contributes to, Buddhist practices).
  223. In the postscript of Musashi MIYAMOTO`s biography "Heihotaiso Bushu Genshinko Denrai" (the biography of Musashi MIYAMOTO by Minehira TACHIBANA) there is a record of `Venerable (poet) GANO (mentioned that) Hokin TANJI entered the (Buddhist) priesthood...': from which it can be deduced that Minehira TACHIBANA was also known by the name `Hokin TANJI`.
  224. In the postwar chaos, there were frequent uprisings of people in Kai Province, who were frustrated at new systems of governance such as the land survey and the ban on re-employment by a new lord.
  225. In the postwar period Issen Yoshoku was made under the eaves of stores in the name of 'ju-yen (ten yen) yaki,' 'goju-yen (fifty yen) yaki' or 'cabbage yaki.'
  226. In the postwar period, Hideko (Takako IRIE), Yoshinaga's eldest daughter, set up a stupa with the name of Higashibojo in the Tama Cemetery in 1962.
  227. In the postwar period, he rebelled against "Daini Geijutsu Theory" (Second-Class Art Theory), and he aspired to the revival of haiku and launched a magazine, 'Tenro' (Sirius), with Sanki SAITO in 1948.
  228. In the postwar period, research into the Kyogoku school has been progressing under Miyoko IWASA and her team, and little by little the complete picture of the Kyogoku school's attributes and activities is becoming clear.
  229. In the practice for beginners, sometimes only the Tare and the Do are worn and the Men and the Kote are not worn.
  230. In the practice of Jodo-kyo in China, there are two streams of Buddhist invocation.
  231. In the practice or examination for rank of Nihon Kendo Kata, only the Tare is worn.
  232. In the pre-World War II days, before Culture Day was enacted, November 3 was observed as a holiday called Meiji-setsu (Meiji festival: it was called Tencho-setsu - Emperor's birthday festival) in the Meiji period) in commemoration of the birthday of Emperor Meiji.
  233. In the pre-electricity era, torches were used to illuminate basements or corridors and rooms in stone buildings such as western-style castles or churches, by inserting them into a holder (sconce) which is fixed with a projecting bracket on the upper part of the wall.
  234. In the pre-medieval period, the manajo (a preface written in Chinese) of the "Kokin Wakashu" (Collection of Ancient and Modern Poems) described him as 'Kakinomoto no taifu', indicating that he was ranked as in the fifth grade or higher, and its kanajo (a preface written in kana) describes him as 'oki mitsu no kurai', showing that he was Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank).
  235. In the pre-modern ages, it also became the kigan-sho of the Tokugawa clan (the temple for the Tokugawa clan to pray) as it successfully prayed for Yoshimune TOKUGAWA (the 8th shogun of the Tokugawa shogunate) to recover from his illness.
  236. In the pre-war days, the term meant a political system itself in the narrow sense, but along with the development of the historical science in the post-war era, the term has become to mean a concept that indicates the features of entire society system of the early modern Japan.
  237. In the precepts of the Mahayana Buddhism, any serious sin was forgiven, in principle, by confession.
  238. In the precinct is 'Karasaki no Matsu' (the pine at Karasaki), which is said to have been planted by Ushimaro no Sukune.
  239. In the precinct of the temple stands the 'Setsuen no Hi,' the monument erected in 1841 by Shigesada YAMADA, a descendent of Ishikawamaro.
  240. In the precinct, there are the countless stone monuments (said to number at least 10,000) known as 'Otsuka.'
  241. In the precincts of Misaki-jinja Shrine in Karakuwa-cho, there remain several stone monuments of 'kujirazuka' as memorial service for whales.
  242. In the precincts of Todai-ji Temple, Kokei proceeded with repair of Nenbutsu-do Hall, reconstruction of Tonan-in and construction of Tosho-gu Shrine (now Tenno-den) while he visited Suo Province to construct Shunjo-in in memory of Chogen, whom he admired.
  243. In the precincts of the shrine there is a spring whose water is said to cure all ills.
  244. In the precincts of the shrine, there are two rocks named as 'Koshikake Iwa' (Rock for sitting) and 'Hatatate Iwa' (Rock where Takanori put his flag up) in relation to his raising an army in 1336.
  245. In the precincts, hokora (small shrine) and fall used for gyoba (ascetic practice place) are usually situated, making use of natural landform.
  246. In the precincts, there are a temple building, the site of the residence of ABE no Seimei, Hokora enshrining Seimei Daigongen (the Great Avatar of Seimei), and so on.
  247. In the precincts, there are many stone statues produced in the Kamakura period through the Edo period.
  248. In the precincts, various flowers, such as weeping forsythia, camellia, Japanese iris and chrysanthemum, bloom from season to season, and in late autumn people can enjoy the charming colors of maple leaves and nandin berries.
  249. In the preface of "Kagakushu" (compiled in 1444), it was listed, along with "Dojikyo," as one of the top textbooks for children's education.
  250. In the preface of "Sango shiiki," it is written that Kukai practiced Gumonji-ho in Mt. Dairyo-dake in Awa Province and at Muroto-misaki Cape in the Tosa Province, and that light from the morning bright star hit him showing that the practice was completed.
  251. In the preface of "Ugetsu Monogatari" there is a description '明和戊子晩春,' which indicates that "Tales of Moonlight and Rain" was completed in the late spring of 1768.
  252. In the preface of 'Kokinwakashu (Collection of Ancient and Modern Poetry),' KI no Tsurayuki praised her poems for their purity, which reminded him of the period of 'Manyoshu (Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves)' and delicate dynastic romanticism.
  253. In the preface of a picture book "Shiishikoka (四時交加) " which was published in 1798, Kyoden SANTO uses a word 'manga' as the meaning of 'drawing (a picture) at will.'
  254. In the preface of this record, the writer asserts that it was edited in the 7th century, earlier than the Chronicles of Japan.
  255. In the preface, he wrote that 'he is going to write essays just to kill his time,' but in fact, he pursued a meaningful life through his contemplation, miscellaneous thoughts, and anecdotes.
  256. In the preface, however, a unique historical view of the author is contained and certain uniqueness is found there.
  257. In the prefaced gisho theory, the process to the completion of the "Kojiki" was described in the preface (Johyobun - memorial to the Emperor) of the "Kojiki."
  258. In the preliminary battle of the Battle of Shizukatake in 1583, he had the honor of being the first one to reach the enemy at the attack on Kameyamajo Castle (Ise Province) (Kameyama City, Mie Prefecture).
  259. In the preliminary, they won with a score of 1-0 against Chiba University's team, and then won with the same score against Kanagawa Institute of Technology's team, so they were qualified for the championship tournament at the seventh rank.
  260. In the premises of Kanjizaio-in Temple built by the wife of Motohira and of the Shiramizu Amidado hall (literally, a white-water Amitabha hall), their ponds were excavated and are restored for public viewing.
  261. In the preparatory stage of foundation work, the enclosure can be built with wood piles and rails as benchmark, which is called 'yarikata,' another name for tobishoku.
  262. In the presence of imotoama and others who attended her, she stubbornly shut her mind, told nothing about her conditions and spent the day doing Tenarai (writing practice) in a pensive mood.
  263. In the present Ashio district, Nikko City, Tochigi Prefecture, copper mines had been mined since the Edo period; after reaching its peak in the early Edo period, the output kept declining, and by the end of the Edo period, the mines were almost abandoned and nationalized.
  264. In the present Chinese system of measurement, a 15th hectares (about 6.67 ares) is equalized with 1 se.
  265. In the present Imperial House Act and the Order of Imperial Lineage, the single term 'Kotofu' alone is shown.
  266. In the present Imperial House Law, it refers to sons of the Imperial family who are in the direct line and in the three or more degree of kinship from the emperor (not in collateral line and counted from the emperor who is a direct ancestor).
  267. In the present People's Republic of China and the Republic of Korea, Koshu has almost the same meaning as 'O-himesama' in Japanese, meaning a princess, without any legitimate claim to it.
  268. In the present Taima-dera Temple, south-facing Kon-do Hall and Kodo Hall (lecture hall) and east-facing Hondo stand board and board.
  269. In the present age, we distinguish gendai budo (modern martial arts) established after modern times from the schools except gendai budo established mainly before the Meiji period, and call the latter kobudo, koryubujutsu, kobujutsu, and so on from the viewpoint of the present.
  270. In the present day various schools of horseback archery including the Takeda and Ogasawara schools hand down and preserve the rules, etiquette and traditions.
  271. In the present day, an artist's expression of individuality and mentality is valued, so the evaluation of paintings of the Kanoha group is not necessarily high.
  272. In the present day, katakuchi is used in place of tokkuri and the usual way to use it is for sake to be first poured from a bottle to a katakuchi and then poured from the katakuchi to a sakazuki.
  273. In the present day, latin characters are often used as abbreviations for the names of companies or words other than kanji (Chinese characters) and kana (the Japanese syllabary).
  274. In the present day, people often view the winter scenery from somewhere warm such as inside the house.
  275. In the present day, the word 'saiho' is a general term that includes wasai and yosai.
  276. In the present legal history however, it is considered as a 'forged legislation.'
  277. In the present research, the rounded rear, or a mound used for a burial is considered to be the main mound.
  278. In the present situation, it is a fact that, with no check on hand-carrying baggage, as in the case on board an airplane, explosives and/or knives could easily be brought into train-cars or on the platforms.
  279. In the present staging, there are more than two times as many firefighters as that of the original work.
  280. In the present work, however, Genrin versed in Buddhism and Confucianism takes up the subject of each tale to explicate (critique) its specter or supernatural phenomenon on the basis of the day's rational thoughts such as the Yin-Yang Wu-Hsing Doctrine, quoting Chinese and Japanese proverbs.
  281. In the present, however, one of the most cogent theories is that the title derives from the 69th chapter set in Ise Province (where a man supposed to be ARIWARA no Narihira commits adultery with the Vestal Virgin of Ise).
  282. In the present-day, although it is in Kyoto City, Toba is divided into Kamitoba which belongs to Minami Ward (Kyoto City), and Shimotoba which belongs to Fushimi Ward.
  283. In the present-day, it is a normal residential area and although small in number, buildings from the days of Hanamachi and Yukaku are being kept.
  284. In the present-day, there are no distinction between 'ken' such as fine strips of raw daikon radish, 'tsuma' such as seaweeds, and 'karami' such wasabi, and all of them are often referred to as 'tsuma.'
  285. In the present-day, whole area of both towns is the road on Horikawa-dori Street.
  286. In the preservation areas it specifies not only buildings such as temples, shrines, houses, or warehouses but also 'structures' including gates, mud and stone walls, canals, and tombs, as well as 'environmental properties' such as gardens, hedges and trees.
  287. In the prevailing story, Masuda was allotted the least popular picture of a 'Buddhist priest' and was completely displeased.
  288. In the prevailing view, "Suzaku" is thought to be a pseudonym or eulogistic name for Shucho (This theory has been proposed by the historian Taro SAKAMOTO among others.)
  289. In the previous battle of Sengokubori-jo Castle in Izumi Province, he could capture it in one day because of the explosion of the powder house, but his army also suffered a great deal of damage.
  290. In the previous fights, Musashi had beat Seijuro and Denshichiro taking advantage of his own lateness, so he planned to go to the place ahead of the opponent this time.
  291. In the previous life, it fed a depraved ill person and enjoyed various games including sumo and target practice on the day of Sechi-e (seasonal court banquets) and made an improper offering, so it died, resulting in a fall into Ashura-do, Asura realm.
  292. In the previous year, Yoritomo went to the capital Kyoto accompanied by many of the vassals in the eastern provinces, who responded to his order.
  293. In the previous year, retired Empress Koken fell ill, but recovered due to nursing by YUGE no Dokyo.
  294. In the prewar period, it was considered as a legal, historical and religious evidence (See 'Unbroken Imperial Line' for the reference) of the Emperor being the monarch of Japan.
  295. In the prime of his life he often played, visited Ryotei (fancy Japanese-style restaurants) for days at a time, and went out shooting, but in his later years he made it his concern to live a simple, frugal life, with interests such as bonsai (a dwarf miniature potted tree) and a game of Go.
  296. In the primitive community, a clan and a tribe became a social unit.
  297. In the primitive period and ancient times people lived in (tateanajukyo (pit dwelling houses) or takayukashiki jukyo (raised-floor houses))
  298. In the printing industry, woodblock printing had been predominant before machine printing became the major stream.
  299. In the private record of Yahei HORIBE, it is written as follows: "Kira Kozuke no Suke made a derogatory remark on items in residence for imperial envoys in Edo."
  300. In the process of additional printings, it took multiple different names such as "顧氏芸閣集古印譜 (Koshigeikakushuko Inpu)"/"顧氏印藪 (Koshi Inso) "/王氏秦漢印統 (Oshi shinkan into), and so on.
  301. In the process of an investigation, it turns out that the sexton Seishin-bo at the temple, who was in charge of accounting, has had a sexual relationship with a courtesan Izayoi at Ogiya, and he is expelled from Kamakura.
  302. In the process of attaining Sanmai, according to Agama Sutra, there are four stages from shozen (the first Dhyana) to daishizen (the fourth Dhyana).
  303. In the process of attaining such a state, according to Agama Sutra, there are four stages ranging from shozen (the first Dhyana) to daishizen (the fourth Dhyana).
  304. In the process of conducting the survey, Ashiu Oku-yama Mountain was rated as being the most appropriate as the site for the field practice forest.
  305. In the process of contracting out the myoden administration to tato fumyo by kokuga, the conditions, such as the rate and the item of taxation imposed on each myoden, became varied based on the situation in each area.
  306. In the process of controversy, it was confirmed that the portraits were drawn at least after the death of FUJIWARA no Takanobu in 1205, and a theory which defines Takanobu as the producer of these three portraits had already been denied both in the popular theory and the new theory.
  307. In the process of development, economic and military tensions, concerning the interests of kokuga and tato and fumyo classes from where most zaichokanjin originated, were involved and frequently armed conflicts broke out.
  308. In the process of establishing the State Shinto system, shrines were treated under public law as artificial corporations rather than religions.
  309. In the process of giving unification to Japan, Chinese poetry was introduced to Japan from the Chinese Continent, and under its influence poems to express individual feelings were energetically composed.
  310. In the process of making the piece of stone or wood itself, however, original characters once need to be copied and the copied characters need to be engraved.
  311. In the process of moromi zukuri, moromi produces alcohol from the action of yeast and, at the same time, starch is changed into sugar by koji.
  312. In the process of organizing religious services by the government since the Meiji period, a new rule that a Shinto priest must wear ikan or kariginu was established.
  313. In the process of producing shochu, the exactly same operation is called "wasui."
  314. In the process of reorganizing Koden into Myoden, former handen maps (map of allotted farmland) were abolished and instead, Kijunkokuzu (standardized map of provinces), a register of Koden, was made.
  315. In the process of suppressing the activities of the pirates, Keigoshi, including Sumitomo, were placed in provinces along the Seto Inland Sea.
  316. In the process of the Reformation, Jean Calvin created shitsuji as a church post, and the Anglican Church also set this as a post.
  317. In the process of the post-battle operation, Yoritomo tried to bring this situation under control, by making Yoshitsune return to Kamakura and put his brother under his own control, instead of granting the maximum honor of recommending Yoshitsune for the governor of Iyo Province.
  318. In the process of this turbulence, Harumune DATE succeeded to firmly establish the system as a sengoku daimyo by reconfirming the contract relationship with kokujin ikki (rising of kokujin) in the run up to other daimyo in the Ou Region.
  319. In the process, if their value is confirmed, many of them gain protection as natural monuments.
  320. In the process, the bakufu acquired the right of appointing Shugo and Jito (military governors and estate stewards), growing into a government that could rank with the Imperial Court (the Kuge government).
  321. In the process, the fall of the samurai class centering around shoshi occurred, while territorial conflict between honjo (proprietor or guarantor of manor) and the residing samurai became radical.
  322. In the process, the government placed the former Ryukyu Kingdom, the Ezo area except Sakhalin (almost all areas of Hokkaido and Kurile Islands) and Ogasawara Islands (Bonin Islands) completely into the Japanese territories, fixing the boundaries of Japan.
  323. In the process, the use of Taiwanese, Hakka and aboriginal languages was discouraged or prohibited.
  324. In the procession, a gamelan is performed with musical instruments that are carried.
  325. In the production area, the South Kyushu region, people drink it often with hot water.
  326. In the production of miso, the more koji, the more sweet it becomes; the more soybean, the more umami it has.
  327. In the program 'Jonetsu Tairiku' (literally, 'A continent of passion'), Arata directed more than ten programs, such as series on Toru KENJO and Yasushi AKIMOTO.
  328. In the programs "Yuya" and "Matsukaze", the mai enters the basic type of dance Chu no mai following a special score called "Iroegakari" (a score of an action to make around the stage).
  329. In the project to select 'The New Seven wonders of the World' carried out by a foundation in Switzerland, Kiyomizu-dera Temple in Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto City became the only site in Japan that went through to the final selection along with other sites such as the Great Wall of China and the Eiffel Tower in France.
  330. In the prologue of the document, it states that it was written by Prince Shotoku and SOGA no Umako, and was respected by Shintoists during the Middle Ages.
  331. In the prologue, it is stated that the document was written by Prince Shotoku and SOGA no Umako upon the order of Emperor Suiko (similar statement can be found in "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) in the twenty-eighth year of the reign of Emperor Suiko (620)).
  332. In the property allocation list for the Daikakuji line written by Gouda, he wrote that Godaigo's descendants had no right to succession and Godaigo should consider Kuniyoshi as his own son and this was also known to those concerned.
  333. In the proposals, Masamune suggested that the forces of the Tokugawa family should station in Aizu and reminded Ieyasu of permission to construct a new residential castle (Sendai-jo Castle) in Kokubun Sendai, Miyagi District which had been requested through Shima YAMAOKA.
  334. In the protracted battle, lords of Shinano Province escaped to Echigo, expecting that the governor of Echigo Province would protect them.
  335. In the provincial lives of people, the 'village' was a basic unit of the community, but the fact that it was not recognized by law at all is characteristic of ritsuryo law.
  336. In the provisions of Taiho Ritsuryo Code and Yoro Ritsuryo Code of the ancient Japan, '謀反,' pronounced "bouhen" or "muhen", was differentiated from '謀叛.'
  337. In the public mind, "Butsubachi" is generally thought as 'the punishment given by Buddha.'
  338. In the public trade with the formal missions for friendship, a lot of Korean books including Daizo-kyo Sutra (the Tripitaka) were imported into Japan.
  339. In the pure esoterica that was transmitted by Kukai, the statues with four arms were produced based on the sutra translated by Fuku, but the statues with two arms were predominant in Japan.
  340. In the quadruple section between Tenmabashi Station and Neyagawa Signal Station, the local trains and some section express trains go on the outbound line (B-line), while others go on the inbound line (A-line).
  341. In the race for the successor of his father Kennyo, Kenson supported his younger half brother Junnyo, whom his daughter Ako married as a lawful wife.
  342. In the raid of Kira-tei Residence on January 30, 1703, he belonged to the front gate unit and guarded outside.
  343. In the rain, the government army made unprecedented heavy artillery attack from the artillery position on Mt. Yokohira in Futamata toward the whole area of Tabaru Slope.
  344. In the rank of kimono, tomesode is the no. 1 formal dress and is equivalent to the evening dress of the West.
  345. In the rank of the Ise ebi catches for each prefecture, Chiba Prefecture is the top followed by Mie Prefecture.
  346. In the ranks for military personnel, it corresponded to Army General.
  347. In the real diplomacy, Korea seceded from the relation of sakuho after Qing's defeat in Japanese-Sino War, and the Qing dynasty's diplomacy based on sakuho and choko ended at that time.
  348. In the real-estate business, the name 'apart' is commonly used for the construction that has a timber structure (construction) or a light-gauge steel (LGS) structure.
  349. In the rebellion, Tadayoshi killed Prince Morinaga without permission.
  350. In the recent movie 'Jigyaku no Uta' (Poetry in Self-abuse) based on Yoshiie GODA's manga, there are a lot of 'chabudai-gaeshi' scenes where Hiroshi ABE, performing the role of Isao HAYAMA, performs this act so beautifully.
  351. In the recent study of historical science, it is pointed out that the actual history of the Satomi clan in the early period was greatly different from what is described in those war chronicles.
  352. In the recent times, a image of Hakuseki ARAI shows him wearing suikan, although it was not included in the Shogunate's clothing system.
  353. In the recent times, all ganpishi were called torinoko paper.
  354. In the recent times, for women under 40, the starch is pasted thickly to a smooth panel as a lining and coated with flat and smooth layer of starch to glaze, which is called itabiki (panel work).
  355. In the recent times, shoshi no omi is worn by gubukan (a special monk who holds a position in the Imperial Court) regardless of gender.
  356. In the recent times, the term 'usu-yo' disappeared and all ganpishi came to be called torinoko.
  357. In the recent years, however, judging from the fact that the majority of people accepted them, Nikkyoso softened its attitude and the rate of raising of the national flag and chorus reading of the national anthem on the occasion of entrance ceremony and commencement ceremony has increased.
  358. In the recent years, the midwinter day of the ox is also starting to spread.
  359. In the reception room in Honno-ji temple there are Nishiki-gi twigs arranged in a horse's bit inside a tub used to wash horses' legs ("badarai" in Japanese) which were sent by Hisayoshi MASHIBA, who is striving to conquer China, and there is also a flower basket filled with hydrangeas and convolvuluses presented by Kikyo, Mitsuhide's younger sister.
  360. In the record of "Zaikyu-ki of Jisha-machi, Kasa County, Tango Province," there was a description that Shichiroemon Sukekage SHIMOJIMA, the 29th descendant of the Emperor Koko, the lord of the Hebishima Castle came to this province from Shima no sho, Ikaruga County, Tanba Province, but when he came remained unknown.
  361. In the record of Luice Frois and Toshiie MAEDA's reminiscences 'Kokuso Yuigon', Hideyoshi suffered from hyperdactylia and had one more finger.
  362. In the recording, there was a dialogue about the election of 1985.
  363. In the records about troops of the Shinsengumi, his name is listed between Sanosuke HARADA and Susumu YAMAZAKI.
  364. In the records of Nihonshoki, after the death of Emperor Yomei, she continuously served as Saio, and at the time of Empress Suiko, she resigned from the presence of the Empress and died in the land of Katsuraki.
  365. In the records of the days, injury by Katana has a low percentage in the cause of casualty and death.
  366. In the records, Okunitama no mikoto, Amenoshitatukurashi okami (okuninushi), and Onamochi (another name of okuninushi) are described as separate kami.
  367. In the records, she is referred to as Tachibana no Okisaki and her husband, Yamatotakeru no Mikoto, is recorded as Yamatotakeru no Sumeramikoto.
  368. In the records, the description of the fight between Emishi's troop and the enemy is not found; one of the troops sent by Fukei was led by SAKAMOTO no Takara, and they had a bitter fight with the enemy, then, on July 5 (in old lunar calendar), all the troops sent by Fukei had to retreat once, so Emishi's troop is considered to have retreated at the same time.
  369. In the red seal license to Kennyo of Honganji Temple as of June 1,1587 during staying in Kyusyu, one of the papers to show Hideyoshi's idea on abroad, Hideyoshi wrote that 'the Emperor says that Korean King should come to Japan as an ancient example of Imperial Court' (Honganji Bunsh).
  370. In the reform of the education system, it became the original body of the faculty of Textile Science (present-day, the school of Science and Technology) in Kyoto Kogei Seni Daigaku (Kyoto Institute of Technology) established under the new education system.
  371. In the reformation to reestablish the kokuga administration and the finance of the central government, the relationships between Ingu oshinke and rich and powerful persons was broken and much of the control right was transferred to kokushi.
  372. In the regent's house, however, Yorimichi and FUJIWARA no Norimichi (Yorimichi's brother by the same mother), who took over the post of chancellor after him, were in conflict during this period and they were not in any condition to take any concrete measures against the emperor.
  373. In the region of the Seto Inland Sea there existed famous suigun navies such as the following:
  374. In the region, the place 'Yakuendai' is also called by another name 'Shohaku Shinden' in honor of Shohaku's great achievement, and the name appears in some old maps.
  375. In the regional zone of the Meteorological Observatory, Kameoka City belongs to the area of Kyoto City and former Yamashiro Province in the southern part of Kyoto Prefecture.
  376. In the regions including Asia, Africa and Europe where there is a vibrant fishing industry, various types of dried fish are being produced.
  377. In the regions where rice came to be used for sake brewing more and more in this way, the study of rice which was good for sake brewing rather than meals came to be made actively.
  378. In the regions where the word 'menchi katsu' is used, the word is often abbreviated as 'menchi.'
  379. In the regular gongyo, it is enough to light the rinto only.
  380. In the regular gongyo, shoko is not done.
  381. In the regulations, the form of the main temple is considered the proper form so that the subsidiary temples and patrons of the temple follow the form for their Buddhist altar.
  382. In the reign of Emperor Fushimi in 1293, Tameyo NIJO, Tamekane KYOGOKU, Masaari ASUKAI and Takahiro KUJO were selected as compilers for an imperial anthology by order of the Emperor.
  383. In the reign of Emperor Goshirakawa, one "Cho no nenyo" which was the highest officer in In no cho (different post from In no nenyo) was selected.
  384. In the reign of Emperor Horikawa, he did splendid work as a leading tanka poet; he was associated with other contemporary poets, such as MINAMOTO no Toshiyori and FUJIWARA no Mototoshi.
  385. In the reign of Emperor Kinmei, HATA no Otsuchi became Tomo no miyatsuko (the chief of various departments of the Yamato Court) and was appointed Okura no jo (a financial official), and the heads of family seem to have served as financial officials of the Yamato Court.
  386. In the reign of Emperor Monmu, he was promoted to the Daijo-daijin (Grand minister of state) because of his great work in the establishment of the Taiho Ritsuryo (Taiho Code), but he died in 705.
  387. In the reign of Emperor Sanjo, he voluntarily took up the position of Dazai gon no sochi in Dazaifu, Kyushu in order to receive treatment for an eye disease, and during his service in 1019, earning himself military fame for repulsing the attack of Toi invasion (the Joshin tribe attacked Japan).
  388. In the reign of Emperor Shomu, he was appointed to Ge-jugoinoge (Jugoinoge [Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade] given to persons outside Kyoto) (December 18, 740 or November 21 on the old calendar), and then successively served as Mikawa no kuni no kami (Governor of Mikawa Province) and as Shimotsuke no kuni no kami (the governor of Shimotsuke Province).
  389. In the reign of Emperor Sujin, Ikagashiko no Mikoto of the Mononobe clan transferred the sword to the Isonokami-jingu Shrine where it was worshipped as a goshintai (object of worship housed in a Shinto shrine and believed to contain the spirit of a deity).
  390. In the reign of Emperor Yuryaku, HATA no Sakenokimi became the leader of Hatanobe and Hatahito (families and followers of the Hata clan).
  391. In the reign of King Munmu, the imperial capital Geumseong was reconstructed.
  392. In the reign of Wakatakeru Okimi (Emperor Yuryaku), Murite was working for an office which managed documents and was called Tenso.
  393. In the reign of the Emperor Murakami, Akuemon ISHIKAWA in Kawachi Province, following the divination by his brother, Doman ASHIYA, to cure his ailing wife, goes to Shinoda forest of Izumi County in Izumi Province (present Izumi City, Osaka Prefecture) and tries to get a fresh liver of a wild fox.
  394. In the reign of the next fourth Shogun Ietsuna TOKUGAWA, the politics was stable thanks to the competent "roju" (member of shogun's council of elders), such as Nobutsuna MATSUDAIRA and Tadakatsu SAKAI (the feudal lord of the Obama Domain, Wakasa Province).
  395. In the reigns of Emperors Junna and Ninmyo in the Tencho and Showa periods, a royal court culture was in full bloom with academics flourishing as well as court ceremonies that would be practiced in later ages, all supported by the income from Chokushiden.
  396. In the related matter, the meat of animals with four legs such as beef and pork was avoided long ago to keep off bad luck because those animals are suggestive of "going down on all fours" meaning "losing a sumo match," but those meats have been used now.
  397. In the remaining 12 hashirama, mud walls with murals were set.
  398. In the remaining half of the book, the main characters are the Hojo-Tokuso family.
  399. In the remaining years during which Nagamasa took up the position in the south guarded Kicho-jo Castle.
  400. In the remains found in the southern Kanto region and southern Kyushu in the first half of the earlier period, the cookware for plant foods such as stone dishes, mill stones, hammer stones, and heat-treated earthenware grew in size and the number of excavated objects increased.
  401. In the remote areas beyond Haino, there are fallen stones, fallen trees, or rotten and collapsed tree bridges like the big Ω loop bridge at Akazaki one after another, and it is difficult to walk there, to say nothing of restoring the tramroard.
  402. In the reorganization of January 1865, he became a member of the Ichibantai (first squad) headed by Soji OKITA.
  403. In the reparations, 200 million taels (ryo) were paid by silver (7.45 million kg of silver because 1 tael is equivalent to 37.3g of silver).
  404. In the report of Nagatoshi YAMANAKA, a vassal of the Toyotomi clan, regarding the postwar settlement of Kanto region, which was addressed to his counterpart, Nagamori MASHITA, it was also indicated that Yorizumi had been in Oyumi.
  405. In the report of Yakatsugu's death in June 781 found in "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicle of Japan Continued), a historical document of the early Heian period, description of his accomplishments in life is accompanied by Yakatsugu's own writing on how Untei was established.
  406. In the report to the throne submitted by the conservatives, they requested to disposal and book burning of books on western studies including "Bankoku Koho," and there was a letter, which indicated "Bankoku Koho" as an evil book originated from an alien religious.
  407. In the reports of the investigations conducted in late autumn to winter including 'the Kumano Kinenkan Museum 1987' and 'Tamaki 1979,' descriptions of snow and such photographs are found.
  408. In the reproduction method, the full sized photograph taken by Benrido was collotyped lightly on washi (traditional Japanese paper) to be colored.
  409. In the reproduction started from 1940, fluorescent lamp, which was the latest illumination at the time and only for military purposes in Japan, was used for lighting in the Kondo.
  410. In the research for the Takeda clan, Katsuyori was hardly ever an independent research object, but in recent years, researches into various objects including the diplomatic policies and the domestic affairs of Katsuyori's government, his biography are under way, as the result of the excavation and research of Shinpu-jo Castle.
  411. In the research on wholesalers of kudarizake (sake shipped from Kyoto and Osaka to Edo) in 1724, the Nadame sango was recorded as a production area of sake which caught up to Itami zake.
  412. In the restaurant business, customers inserted a 100-yen coin into the machine that played a popular song as desired and that conveyed an American atmosphere.
  413. In the results of the tastings, Japanese single malts (especially ones produced in Yoichi and Yamazaki) received more than once higher evaluation than single malts of Scotch whisky.
  414. In the retrospect of Fukuoka 'No less than the civil and military officials means government of the country in which Imperial court and lords are engaged together.'
  415. In the revelation it is described about the coming natural disasters as follows.
  416. In the revised edition of the Jigekaden published by Atsuo MASAMUNE during the Showa period, there is some record about Kagefumi in 1849, which implies that he was at least alive at that point.
  417. In the revision and enforcement of the law in 2005, a system for registered tangible folk-cultural properties was started to complement the designation system for important tangible folk-cultural properties system.
  418. In the revision of 1975 (commonly called 'secondary revision'), the conventional term 'folklore materials' was renamed to 'folk-cultural properties,' and the conventional 'important folklore materials' came to be deemed as 'important tangible folk-cultural properties.'
  419. In the revision of Laws for Warrior Houses in 1635, he added the rule requiring feudal lords to reside in Edo every other year.
  420. In the revision on June 3, 1936, it was constructed from the previous revised version; the national virtue, national goal, and national strategy were summarized as the primordial doctrine for the national defense.
  421. In the revolt of TACHIBANA no Naramaro, he was about to be put up for Emperor, due to which he was on the point of being exiled, however he was acquitted under an amnesty.
  422. In the revolt of TACHIBANA no Naramaro, many of those against Nakamaro who had nothing to do with the rebellion itself were also captured, and many of them died after being tortured or were deported after their official court ranks were deprived, so Matanari is considered as one of those people.
  423. In the reward-oriented appointment held on the 23rd, Tsunetaka and his brother were approved to have their main domain, Sasakinosho.
  424. In the right column are dates added which reference the Gregorian calendar (all in year the '1868').
  425. In the ritsuryo legal code system, the duties of Shi were recording and creating official documents under the command of a senior official, examining the official documents, reading proofs and asking for instructions from the senior official.
  426. In the ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code), an administrative institution for Dokyo was introduced.
  427. In the ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code), the role of the Shogun is defined in Article 24 of the Gunboryo (the Statute on Military Defense).
  428. In the ritsuryo system (system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo codes), which started around the end of the seventh century or the beginning of the eighth century, the basic unit for tax collection was every single person.
  429. In the ritsuryo system, Kannin meant officials at the rank of Sakan of Tsukasa (also known as Shi) or above and the court rank of Sixth Rank or below, and in the Heian period, it meant officials at the rank of Jo or below, specifically lieutenant of Konoefu (the Headquarters of the Inner Palace Guards) or under.
  430. In the ritsuryo system, the method of policy decision was that the emperor sanctioned political and personnel proposals reported by the great council of state.
  431. In the ritsuryo system, those who were in a direct line and in the up to six degree of kinship were the Imperial family, but there is no such restriction after the Meiji period.
  432. In the role of one of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI's umamawashi (mounted knight who rode close to the Shogun) he had a 200 koku domain within Taki-gun hamlet in Tanba Province.
  433. In the room located on the first floor of the memorial hall, in addition to the panels that are hung on the walls for showing the doctor's accomplishments, the goods that the doctor loved, his major literary works, hanging scrolls, calligraphic works and paintings, and photographs are also exhibited.
  434. In the room, after the assassins left, the Yagi family made the grizzly discovery of a bloody pool in which Hirayama's decapitated head and body lied.
  435. In the ryochi-mokuroku were specified the name of the provinces (as governed in accordance with the ritsuryo codes) including their counties and villages, and their kokudaka (stipend assessed in terms of rice production), granted by the Tokugawa Shogun family, thus concretely determining the range of a territory for each manorial head.
  436. In the sake-making process, lees (sake lees produced by liquefaction) is generated, but most of such lees cannot be used as edible "sake-kasu" (sake lees), and has been disposed of as industrial waste.
  437. In the sales style of kimono in which kimono is made after taking customer's order, tsukesage is sold in the form of tanmono (a roll of cloth for one kimono, patterns are already drawn on it) just like komon.
  438. In the salting process, pieces of raw abalone from which the shell has been stripped are divided into three groups according to size, arranged in a 72 liter barrel, dusted with salt and left to absorb the salt.
  439. In the same article, it was also stipulated that Koden would never be confiscated unless, for Daiko, they rebelled against the government, and for those other than Daiko, they committed any of eight unpardonable crimes.
  440. In the same book, he also claimed that 'bitai' (coquetry) toward the opposite sex invariably underlies iki and that the permanent existence of sexual tension produces its components, such as 'tsuyapposa' (amorousness) and 'iroke' (sex appeal).
  441. In the same book, however, the rumor that Maehisa KONOE was involved in Mitsuhide's rebellion is described as "HIKIYO," and if this is to be understood as "nonsense," the highly reliable Maehisa Connection theory disappears (Masanobu HASHIMOTO Theory).
  442. In the same chapter in Nihonshoki (the Chronicle of Japan), he boarded Inashihagi on Kumano no Morotafune Boat, and under another name he was dispatched via Amenohato-bune Boat to hear from Kotoshiro nushi (a Japanese ancient god) (by Morotabune-shinji ritual of Miho-jinja Shrine).
  443. In the same city where Heian-kyo was established during the Heian period, the Ashikaga bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) was placed in the Muromachi period.
  444. In the same era, insei in which Daijo tenno (a retired emperor) administered the affairs of state as Chiten no kimi (the retired emperor in power) started, and it is said that in this era, ancient times ended and the medieval period started.
  445. In the same letter, there is a description 'araebisu (crude warrior from the eastern parts of the country) rises up in arms and the people riot,' which indicates that Ezo still did not submit to control of the Imperial Court.
  446. In the same line with the Wani clan, the Awata clan and the Mano clan.
  447. In the same manner as with the flute, the shape into which a player forms his or her mouth (mouthpiece (instrument) embouchure) must be used to adjust to the speed of the air stream blown into the shakuhachi.
  448. In the same manner, getting out of a palanquin is called "gejo."
  449. In the same manner, the Ingu bunkoku sei (provincial allotment system) was applied to the high-level aristocrats, it formed a structure in which the high-level aristocrats were connected as Kenmonso, the Kokushi as Juryoso, and the Soji, Goji, and Hoji as Daimyo tato, resulting in as system which was little different from the Shoen system.
  450. In the same month in the same year, Fukuru OKURAI and Fukufu SHIHI, exiled from the Paekche were dispatched to Tsukushi Province and made to build a castle in Ono and Ki respectively.
  451. In the same month on 28th, after he returned to Kyoto in glory, Ninnajinomiya was acquitted of his duty as seito taishogun, which was abolished.
  452. In the same month the Toyotomi side is said to have tried to break the bank of Yodogawa River to make Osaka region down in water and make Osaka-jo Castle a floating castle.
  453. In the same month, Fushimi Sumiyoshi Kindergarten and Fushimi Daisan Jinjo Elementary School became affiliated with the Women's Normal School of Kyoto,
  454. In the same month, Iemochi TOKUGAWA, who was the Seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") visited Kyoto and forced the Imperial Court to promise to carry out joi (expulsion of foreigners) by May 10.
  455. In the same month, Nakamaro was promoted to Shibinaiso (with the same treatment as Daijin [Minister]).
  456. In the same month, Nobunaga marched to Echizen Province leading 30,000 troops.
  457. In the same month, Otsugu was promoted to Emon no kami (Captain of the Outer Palace Guards) and, in the next month, was appointed to the Governor of Izumo Province.
  458. In the same month, Prince Morinaga also raised an army in Yoshino and issued ryoji (order issued by a prince, etc.) to overthrow the bakufu.
  459. In the same month, Shintaro recruited five craftsmen through Kyoto Shichijo public employment exchange (reference number: 26020-4057571).
  460. In the same month, Shogun Iemitsu TOKUGAWA died, and in August, Tsunayoshi's older brother, Ietsuna TOKUGAWA, was appointed shogun by the emperor.
  461. In the same month, Silla (a Kingdom of Korea) invaded Baekje (another Kingdom of Korea) and seized its castle and the seas around Tsushima Island.
  462. In the same month, Tadamasa KAZANIN was appointed Daijo-daijin (Grand minister of state), which post was vacant after the resignation of Kiyomori, and Tokitada attended the ceremony for celebration.
  463. In the same month, Tonai TAKEDA (竹田藤内) and others of the Oda side attacked Kawaichi (川市) (Ouzu of the former Naga Town [Wakayama Prefecture]) of the Iimoriyama-jo Castle at Ouzu guchi.
  464. In the same month, a plot to have Prince Norihito become Crown Prince was discovered, Emperor Nijo immediately took positions away from Tokitada, TAIRA no Norimori, FUJIWARA no Narichika, and FUJIWARA no Nobutaka to stop Emperor Goshirakawa's political involvement.
  465. In the same month, a training course was established for mechanical engineers (two year night course).
  466. In the same month, as his coming of age ceremony was held, he was appointed to the governor of Kozuke Province and granted Sanbon (the third rank of Imperial Prince).
  467. In the same month, he celebrated his coming of age and was entrusted with Kazusa Province.
  468. In the same month, he died while still in the position of buke tenso.
  469. In the same month, he entered Shogo-in Temple to be tonsured and was called priestly Imperial Prince Nobuhito (信仁).
  470. In the same month, he released a documentary film imported from France at 'Ebisudani-za Theater,' a playhouse in Shinkyogoku.
  471. In the same month, he reorganized Soko into a joint-stock company with the capital of fifteen million yen.
  472. In the same month, he went to Kyoto as an envoy to the Imperial Court dispatched by Hidetada TOKUGAWA.
  473. In the same month, however, it was revealed that Koma had adultery with Umako's daughter, Kawakami no irazume (one of Emperor Sushun's wife in a lower rank), and Koma was executed by Umako.
  474. In the same month, landing in Kyushu from Kawashiritsu, Higo Province (Kumamoto City, Kumamoto Prefecture), he vouchsafed the continued dominion over their territories to the small rural lords (kokujin) and the Aso clan, and established a firm foothold by using the authority of the Ashikaga shogun family.
  475. In the same month, on the occasion of Munemori's resignation as Naidaijin (the Minister of the Interior), Tomomori, Shigehira, Yorimori, Tokitada and Chikamune were in attendance at Munemori's residence (see the entry for February 27 in "Kikki").
  476. In the same month, the educational meeting for Kyoto Prefecture opened the Normal Preparatory School (It was discontinued in 1907).
  477. In the same page, read from the top column to the bottom column.
  478. In the same painting, the presence of the words 'Sokan Yashiki' (Sokan's residence) and 'Rikyu' written to the west of Myoki-an Temple in what is now the vicinity of the ruins of Sokan YAMAZAKI's former residence at Shimamoto-cho imply that SEN no Rikyu also resided in this area.
  479. In the same period as Yoshimura, six persons including Ryoma SAKAMOTO and Gizo MIYAJI also left the clan.
  480. In the same period of time, Gyokusen MOCHIZUKI (Yamato-e painting (a traditional Japanese style painting of the late Heian and Kamakura periods dealing with Japanese themes)), Sanzo KOYAMA (Western paintings), Hyakunen SUZUKI (Suzuki school) and Bairei KONO (Shijo-ha school) taught at the same school as a professor.
  481. In the same period of time, he also made an effort to promote Esoteric Buddhism in Tsukushi in the western region.
  482. In the same period, Chin Ryo (Chen Liang) of the Eiko school and Sho Seki of the Eika school preached on a Utilitarianism school, which claimed that the way of the saint was to benefit the nation and the lives of the people, and criticized Chu His who valued the inner self.
  483. In the same period, Hisamitsu SHIMAZU, brother of the former lord and father of the current lord of the Satsuma clan, went to Kyoto with his troops, aiming to help the reformation of the government and fulfill the dying wish of his brother.
  484. In the same period, famous actors such as Sanemon ARASHI I (shodai), Ayame YOSHIZAWA I (shodai), Jinzaemon YAMATOYA and Tatsunosuke MIZUKI I took active parts.
  485. In the same period, local high officials including Guofan ZENG and Hung Chang LI, who quashed Taiping Rebellion, also understood importance of studying advanced technology of western countries and were promoting modernization of military system and industries.
  486. In the same period, people appeared as well as things: the 'Hayashimono' who marched with flutes and drums and wore gorgeous clothes, the 'Hyoshimono' who accompanied the Hayashimono and beat time for them, and the 'Furyuodori' who danced in a group.
  487. In the same period, people became anxious about the status of sencha which became just a drink for pleasure and voiced to say that there should be an 'art' for sencha.
  488. In the same period, people including the Imperial Advisor Tsunemitsu HIROHASHI adored Yasutoki, comparing him to the saints of ancient China.
  489. In the same period, the State of Arizona banned members of the first-generation from leasing land regardless of the length of time.
  490. In the same period, the belief in the Pure Land (worship of Amitabha) was also introduced from China, and when Mappo-shiso (the "end of the world" belief) spread in the mid Heian Period, the belief in the Pure Land flourished among the nobles.
  491. In the same province, there were also other Matsui clans that originated from Seiwa-Genji.
  492. In the same region, there were several Grand shrines and Myojin-taisha shrines in the Engi System such as Katsuragi Miagata-Jinja Shrine and Katsuragi Hitokotonushi-Jinja Shrine.
  493. In the same room, but divided by a folding screen, Serizawa and his mistress Oume were sleeping on the other side.
  494. In the same section, the age of Tsuneharu HONAMI (Akomaru), the older brother of Tsuneosa, born on August 7, 1824 according to the official record, was mentioned one year younger when he succeeded to the Honami family.
  495. In the same shrine, the legend of SUGAWARA no Michizane, who was similarly relegated to Dazai-fu, about 100 years after Uona's death, was handed down.
  496. In the same way as his father Soen, there are many unidentified parts in his detailed blood relationship.
  497. In the same way that a candle can be lit from a candle, a Shinto kami can be infinitely divided without causing any harm to the original deity.
  498. In the same way twenty fourth Prince Hiroaki's father, Prince Hiroyoshi died before his father, twenty third Prince Hiroyasu, Prince Hiroyoshi was not included in the successive head of the family in many written materials.
  499. In the same way, it is not certain that it recorded the facts accurately about the ancestors of the Imperial Family before the latter part of the fourth century.
  500. In the same way, other hooks are driven into the same points of both pillars on the opposite side, and octagonal mirrors charmed to avert evil are hung from them.
  501. In the same way, technical and academic official positions were also held by certain clans such as the Kamo clan and Abe clan of the Onmyoryo (Bureau of Divination), Sugawara clan and Oe clan of the Daigakuryo Kidendo (the study of the histories) (Bunsho hakase) with the background of the establishment of Kagaku.
  502. In the same way, the Hirosaki Party marching in the snow reached Aomori.
  503. In the same way, they demonstrated and criticized as below.
  504. In the same year (1068), Emperor Goreizei passed away and Imperial Prince Takahito ascended the throne as Emperor Gosanjo.
  505. In the same year (1585), Shikoku was suppressed.
  506. In the same year (1954) he made a debut.
  507. In the same year 1582, he became an administrator of the Osaka Tenman-gu Shrine.
  508. In the same year Karigane attended the party announcing the succession of the name Honiobo by Shusai, who also became a eight dan holder, and played a game against Heijiro HIROSE, five dan holder at the party, but after that he kept away Go games.
  509. In the same year Makino found Matsunosuke ONOE and selected him as the hero of "Goban Tadanobu Genji no Ishizue" (Goban Tadanobu, the foundation of Minamoto clan).
  510. In the same year Masazane KUNOHE, one of NAMBU clan in Tohoku region, rose in revolt, triggered by an entanglement on succession race.
  511. In the same year Motonari eliminated the future opposition just as he said, 'first plot and then let it brew.'
  512. In the same year Nagayori MATSUNAGA, his younger brother, perished in a battle in Tanba Province.
  513. In the same year Oaza Nishinaka was reorganized into 7 towns prefixed by 'Kisshoin Nishinosho' and 9 towns prefixed by 'Kisshoin Nakagawara,' resulting in a total of 49 towns.
  514. In the same year Tadazane handed over Tadamichi's position as head of the Fujiwara clan to Yorinaga.
  515. In the same year Yoritomo's brother, MINAMOTO no Sanetomo became the third shogun and Tokimasa HOJO became the first regent.
  516. In the same year a young but popular actress Michiko SUGATA also left Daiei.
  517. In the same year around March 21, Norikata was sent to the capital (Kyoto) as a Taisho (general) of Kanto army (armed forces in Kanto region) but did not actually go to the capital, instead stayed in Mishima, Izu Province.
  518. In the same year as "Zatoichi to Yojinbo", the film "Machibuse" (Ambush) was released (1970, produced by Mifune Production, distributed by Toho and directed by Hiroshi INAGAKI), co-starring the five big-stars Toshiro MIFUNE, Shintaro KATSU, Yujiro ISHIHARA, Kinnosuke NAKAMURA and Ruriko ASAOKA.
  519. In the same year at the request of the Ministry of Home Affairs he was appointed a member of the investigation committee of Japanese Pharmacopoeia,
  520. In the same year he and his younger brother established Matsutake Gomei Kaisha in Ashihara-cho, Minami Ward (Osaka City), Osaka City.
  521. In the same year he built a theater, "Saruwaka-za Theater," later "Nakamura-za Theater" in Nakabashinanchi in the city of Edo, and he became the manager.
  522. In the same year he joined 'Shisho-kai,' a study group of Honinbo Shuei (the 19th).
  523. In the same year he married with Tokie who had been providing his personal care.
  524. In the same year he passed away?
  525. In the same year he served as Toka no Sechie Geben, a Kugyo who supervised many matters outside Jomei Gate during Toka no sechie (Imperial Court Ceremony).
  526. In the same year he served as Toka no sechie Geben (a kugyo who supervised many matters outside Jomei Gate at Toka no sechie [Imperial Court Ceremony]).
  527. In the same year he visited Qing China to prepare for the agreement of the Japan-Qing Treaty of Friendship.
  528. In the same year he was given the duty of Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state) and concurrently held the roles of Kebiishi no betto (Superintendent of the Imperial Police) and Uemon no kami (Captain of the Right Division of Outer Palace Guards).
  529. In the same year he was given the surname of Hashiba.
  530. In the same year he was made Ukone no Gon no chujo (Provisional Middle Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  531. In the same year he was promoted to Jugoijo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  532. In the same year his older maternal half-sister Toko married the Confucianist Kumaji KIMURA of Izushi Domain, Tajima Province, resulting in the Taguchi family and the Kimura family of Shimotani living together.
  533. In the same year in June, Kiyomori visited Fukuhara Palace in Fukuhara intending to move the capital city.
  534. In the same year of 769, Kiyohito was appointed Dazai no sochi (Governor-General of the Dazai-fu offices), who falsely reported an oracle to the Emperor that the deity of the Usa Hachiman-gu Shrine recommended Dokyo's succession to the imperial throne, which incident is known to be the "plot of Usa Hachiman-gu oracle."
  535. In the same year of 981, she was promoted to Nihon (the second rank for an Imperial Princess).
  536. In the same year of November, Tokuko received an Ingo title from the Emperor to the name Kenrei mon in.
  537. In the same year she was posthumously promoted to the rank of Junii (Junior Second Rank).
  538. In the same year their first son was born but died immediately after birth.
  539. In the same year, 10 blocks of houses, 14.87 hectare land and 34.71 hectare paddy field owned by him in Omi Province were donated to Jogan-ji Temple by Imperial order.
  540. In the same year, 1180, Yoritomo moved Hachimangu (Tsurugaoka-wakamiya Shrine, Yuiwakamiya Shrine) from Yuigo Tsurugaoka to Kobayashigo.
  541. In the same year, 1685, he was awarded the position of Juichii (Junior First Rank).
  542. In the same year, 1818, he served as Toka no sechie Geben (a kugyo who supervised many matters outside the Imperial Court Ceremony, called Jomei Gate at Toka no sechie), however, died young at the age of 23 in 1821.
  543. In the same year, 1993, the J. League, the first professional football league in Japan, began and a boom in soccer occurred all over Japan.
  544. In the same year, Akimitsu sent his daughter Genshi to the court as Nyogo (imperial consort) to Emperor Ichijo.
  545. In the same year, Akisada declared war on Sadamasa UESUGI of the Ogigayatsu-Uesugi family, which was the beginning of the Chokyo War.
  546. In the same year, Akisada's younger brother, Fusayoshi UESUGI, who was the Shugo of Echigo, was killed by the deputy Shugo, Tamekage NAGAO (the father of Kenshin UESUGI).
  547. In the same year, Anrokuzan Incident occurred and Japan who feared of the physical safety of FUJIWARA no Kiyokawa sent an envoy via Bokkai to retrieve him, but Tang Dynasty did not allow Kiyokawa to return to Japan, citing safety concerns over the route back to Japan.
  548. In the same year, B?ckmann and other German architects came to Japan, and the Japanese architects, Yuzuru WATANABE, Yorinaka TSUMAKI, Kozo KAWAI and artisans went to Germany to study.
  549. In the same year, Chogen removed the hill created behind the Great Buddha at his own discretion without obtaining permit from the Imperial Court.
  550. In the same year, Chushin was invited to be the chief priest of Houn-ji Temple (Kamigori-cho) in Harima Province by Norisuke AKAMATSU, who was extremely influential there as Harima no kuni Shugo (the provincial constable of Harima Province).
  551. In the same year, Edo-jo Castle was made to be the imperial palace for the emperor to move to Tokyo, which was de-facto transfer of the capital.
  552. In the same year, Emishi and his son Iruka mobilized citizens including members of Prince Shotoku's family to construct their mausoleum, which made a daughter of Prince Shotoku, Princess Iratsume, very angry.
  553. In the same year, Emperor Heizei abdicated the crown to Imperial Prince Kamino (Emperor Saga) because of his illness.
  554. In the same year, Emperor Murakami passed away and the imperial prince of Anshi, Imperial Prince Norihira (Emperor Reizei), ascended to the throne.
  555. In the same year, Emperor Reizei abdicated the throne, and Imperial Prince Morihira ascended to the throne as Emperor Enyu.
  556. In the same year, FUJIWARA no Fuhito died of a disease.
  557. In the same year, FUJIWRA no Yukinari, who was an aide to the Emperor, was appointed to act as Chokubetto (a steward to an Imperial prince's family or the like, by Imperial order) for the family of Imperial Prince Atsuyasu.
  558. In the same year, Genji's adopted daughter Empress Akikonomu prevailed in the competition to be the empress of the Emperor Reizei.
  559. In the same year, Gonrokuro, a shell-drum magistrate (Assistant Deputy General), proposed to Mochimasa IKEDA to dispatch Yoshimoto HANABUSA to Nagasaki for purchasing warships and weapons of the domain.
  560. In the same year, Hideki YUKAWA, the professor in the Faculty of Science, became the first Japanese Nobel Prize winner, so Kyoto University established the Yukawa Memorial Hall for its commemoration, and this hall was transformed into the Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics afterward.
  561. In the same year, Hideyoshi also gave him the territory of Sawayama, Omi, with 194,000 koku.
  562. In the same year, Ideha district (later Dewa Province) was establshed in Dewa Province, and the subjection of indigenous inhabitants in north-eastern Japan, using Dewa Castle as the home ground, was started.
  563. In the same year, Imperial Prince Atsuakira resigned as the Crown Prince.
  564. In the same year, Jingi Jimukyoku renamed Jingikan (Department of Divinities) in accordance with the ancient Ritsuryo system.
  565. In the same year, Jugo Bank (called "Kazoku Bank") was also established.
  566. In the same year, Kameoka Prefecture was absorbed by Kyoto Prefecture.
  567. In the same year, Kinugasa, as a co-director to Uchida, made his directorial debut with "Aa, Konishi junsa" (Officer Konishi).
  568. In the same year, Koan got married to Yae, a daughter of Hyakki OKUGAWA, Koan's classmate of Tenyu's school.
  569. In the same year, Korenori was put in charge of Ichiba-jo Castle, one of the bases.
  570. In the same year, Kyoto Prefecture planned to launch the first manned balloon in Japan for the purpose of enlightenment of scientific thought, and Genzo was appointed to the chief executive responsible for the plan.
  571. In the same year, Masakage NAGAO (Ueda Nagao family), a member of the family and lord of Sakato-jo Castle rebelled, as he was dissatisfied with Kagetora's succession to the family headship.
  572. In the same year, Masaki became Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  573. In the same year, Masamitsu, Otsudojimaru's uncle and guardian, died of illness; thus, Shugodai Kiyonao TAGA and Munenao TAGA, father and son, aided Otsudojimaru.
  574. In the same year, Masamune intervened in the family conflict of Osaki clan by invading the territory of Osaki clan with 10,000 soldiers, but Masamune was defeated due to the stiff resistance of Osaki clan, the betrayal of his ally Haruuji KUROKAWA, and the weather condition during the battle with a heavy snow.
  575. In the same year, Minbu-Sho was integrated with Okura-Sho, and elevated to be Ekitei-Ryo (according to the change of the government system from Ryo to Kyoku in January 1877, it changed its name to Ekitei-Kyoku).
  576. In the same year, Ministry of Interior established Department of Social Affairs in the ministry and also Division of Social Affairs in intendance.
  577. In the same year, Mitsunari helped Kagekatsu UESUGI from Echigo to visit Hideyoshi and pledge to serve as a vassal.
  578. In the same year, Mitsutoki NAGOE raised a rebellion against Tokiyori HOJO having Yoritsune KUJO (Michiie's son) and Yoritsune was deported to Kyoto, after which the father, Michiie had to leave the Imperial Court, and Sanetsune was dismissed from the post of Kanpaku.
  579. In the same year, Mosuke lost his wife, and married again the next year, so Akinari was brought up by this second adoptive mother.
  580. In the same year, Nagahiro ASANO, the younger brother of Naganori ASANO, also restored his family to hatamoto status.
  581. In the same year, Naonori II became the lord of domain, and in 1862, his yield was reduced by 100,000 koku because he was accused of Naosuke's sins.
  582. In the same year, Naosuke II signed the Treaty of Amity and Commerce between the United States and Japan without the Emperor's permission.
  583. In the same year, Naramaro was promoted to Jushiijo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade) and became jiju (a chamberlain) and Sangi.
  584. In the same year, Nichiyo assumed the 47th Kanju of Myoren-ji Temple.
  585. In the same year, Nishi Shiokoji Ishii-cho was changed to Nishi Shichijo Ishii-cho.
  586. In the same year, Nobunaga also eradicated the Ikko sect followers who rebelled against him in the Echizen and Kaga Provinces to take control of the area.
  587. In the same year, Osaka Natsu no Jin (Summer Siege of Osaka) happened, and Tannowa, Goto and Yamaguchi families supported the Toyotomi clan.
  588. In the same year, Prince Sadanaru was promoted to the General in the Imperial Japanese Army, then to severe in the Imperial headquarters, later would leave for the United States.
  589. In the same year, Ryoo built a learning dormitory inside of Kanei-ji Temple in Ueno, and he became a full-time teacher there.
  590. In the same year, Ryoo conducted irrigation and rice field construction in forty chobu (hectare) at 5 manors in Uji City.
  591. In the same year, Ryoo performed an asceticism, "Shito" (lighting up one's finger), while he was staying at the Kiyomizu-dera Temple in Kyoto.
  592. In the same year, Ryoo stayed in the Sorin-ji Temple of Kozuke Province (present-day Shibukawa City [formerly called Komochi-mura], Gunma Prefecture) and conduct hard ascetic practices for 100 days long, so he stopped eating cooked food and stayed in the temple praying to Suwa Myojin (great god).
  593. In the same year, Ryoo suffered from pain and stayed at the Arima-onsen Hot Spring (present-day Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture) for his medical treatment with Kosenshoton Zenji.
  594. In the same year, Sato-Kanayama Castle owned by the Takeda clan on the Aki-Amago side fell to the Ouchi clan, although it was sent reinforcements from the Amago clan, and the family head, Nobuzane TAKEDA, fled to Wakasa Province temporarily.
  595. In the same year, Seishi entered the University of Tokyo Faculty of Law and became a member of "Todai Haikukai" (haiku society of the University of Tokyo).
  596. In the same year, Shigeyoshi married Kamadohime, a daughter of Narinao NABESHIMA, the lord of the Saga Domain, and consequently became a brother-in-law of Naomasa NABESHIMA.
  597. In the same year, Shinto was recognized as a service of the nation, and as it was decided that Shinto priests would be appointed by the state, shake (family of Shinto priests serving a shrine on a hereditary basis) were abolished.
  598. In the same year, Sondojimaru who took the reins of the family with Masatsune, his uncle, as his guardian, was appointed to the military governor of the Omi, Hida, Izumo, and Oki provinces.
  599. In the same year, Soseki suffered appendicitis and could not take the examination for promotion to the preparatory course II, and had to repeat a year as Yoshikoto did.
  600. In the same year, Takasugi contacted an English merchant named Glover in Nagasaki, in an attempt to go abroad, but Glover rejected the proposal.
  601. In the same year, Temple on Mt. Koya showed anti-Nobunaga movements such as hiding the remnants of Murashige ARAKI and engaging in secret communications with Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA.
  602. In the same year, Tenshin resigned the principle of Tokyo School of Fine Arts as well as the directorship of the art department of the Imperial Museum.
  603. In the same year, Toshikiyo KAMATA of Osaka also obtained the power series expansion of arcsin(x) and sin(x).
  604. In the same year, Toshisada asked the bakufu for the sovereignty of Echizen Province as the proxy of his master Yoshihiro.
  605. In the same year, Udaijin MINAMOTO no Yoshiari (a son of Emperor Montoku and also a cousin of Emperor Uda), who had led the Daijokan (Grand Council of State) under Emperor Uda's control and also had a close relationship with Michizane, died.
  606. In the same year, Ujimasa HOJO invaded Kozuke Province, because of this Kenshin departed for the front in the Kanto region in 1574, and attacked the Yura clan, lord of Nitta Kaneyama-jo Castle to yield military results.
  607. In the same year, Ujimasa removed Sukemasa OTA (the lord of Iwatsuki Castle of Musashi Province) from Musashi Province by maneuvering Ujisuke OTA, the oldest son of Sukemasa, and established the hegemony of the Hojo clan over the entire Musashi Province.
  608. In the same year, Ujimasa retired by transferring the reigns of the family to his heir, Ujinao HOJO, but followed the footstep of his father, Ujiyasu, to continue controlling the Hojo clan both politically and militarily.
  609. In the same year, Umayado no Miko built Shitenno-ji Temple in Osaka, Settsu Province as he had vowed in the battle against the Mononobe clan.
  610. In the same year, Unzen got an introduction from Kakusai UNNO, who was an Edogaro (chief retainer stayed in Edo) of the Niwase Domain in Bicchu Province and became friends with Unzen in Edo, to Ensho MORIOKA, who was a real brother of Kakusai and a Karo of the Niwase Domain in the Bicchu Province and Unzen stayed Ensho's house.
  611. In the same year, Xing Inc. released 'JOYSOUND.'
  612. In the same year, Yodo went up to Kyoto and was assigned to become a sanyo (councilor) by the Imperial Court.
  613. In the same year, Yoritada was promoted to Daijodaijin.
  614. In the same year, Yoritomo dedicated ganmon (written prayers) to defeat Taira clan to Ise-jingu Shrine, and called on a deity for making a branch shrine of Benzaiten (Sarasvati, Buddhist goddess of music, learning, eloquence, wealth, longevity, and protection from natural disasters) in Eno-shima Island to pray for subjugation of FUJIWARA no Hidehira.
  615. In the same year, Yoshimoto, who invaded Owari Province, was killed by Nobunaga ODA at the Battle of Okehazama, and therefore, he effectively inherited the family leadership and became the 10th head of the Imagawa family.
  616. In the same year, Yoshinori KATO, an heir of Akihide KATO, entered into the domain from the Mibu Domain in Shimotsuke Province with 25,000 koku of rice.
  617. In the same year, Yoshishige SHIBA, the heir of Yoshimasa SHIBA, fell into disgrace with Yoshimochi, and secluded in Mt. Koya.
  618. In the same year, a game was held with the Emperor in attendance at the Fushimi no Miya estate; there he watched a Kenkichi SAKAKIBARA, 'The Last Expert Swordsman,' perform the Kabuto Wari (helmet cutting).
  619. In the same year, a legitimate grandchild of Tsunehisa, Akihisa AMAGO, invaded Mimasaka Province and put the province under the control of the Amago clan.
  620. In the same year, a letter was sent to Nagayori SUGAYA to award the Echizen Fuchu-jo Castle of Toshiie MAEDA but it did not become reality because of the Honno-ji Incident.
  621. In the same year, a man emerged in Kyoto who identified himself as MINAMOTO no Yoshichika, who was supposed to have been put down by TAIRA no Masamori in Izumo 21 years ago.
  622. In the same year, a part of Oaza Kamitoba, Kamitoba village, Kii County, which was adjacent to Ouchi village, joined the then Shimogyo Ward and was reorganized into six towns prefixed by 'Nishikujo' (Nishikujo Nanden-cho, Nishikujo Sugata-cho, Nishikujo Okuni-cho, Nishikujo Toyoda-cho, Nishikujo Takahata-cho and Nishikujo Karato-cho).
  623. In the same year, after returning to Choshu due to the Coup of August 18 (September 30 in new calendar), he formed a group named Hachimantai with Kusaka, Shingoro HORI and other members in Yamaguchi.
  624. In the same year, an incident occurred in which a monk hit his grandfather with an ax, and the empress attempted to punish not only that monk but also the entire clergy of Buddhist temples.
  625. In the same year, as Imperial Prince Teruhito (who later became Emperor Sakuramachi) was formally installed as Crown Prince, Sanenori was appointed Togu Gon no Daibu (Provisional Master of the Crown Prince's Quarters).
  626. In the same year, as he injured his leg in the Battle of Mikatagahara and in the Battle of Suwahara-jo Castle, he had some difficulty in walking thereafter.
  627. In the same year, at the age of 62, he began uchikomu juban Go matches against Seigen GO Nanadan (seven dan) of Nihon Ki-in.
  628. In the same year, being inspired by Sherlock Holmes, he started to write 'Hanshichi Torimonocho,' the first detective novel in Japan, which was filled with the atmosphere of Edo and gained long-lasting popularity.
  629. In the same year, being recommended by Doyo, Yoriyuki HOSOKAWA was appointed to the post of Kanrei (a shogunal deputy to the Kanto region).
  630. In the same year, brothers Chikashige MAKINO and Tomishige MAKINO moved into the castle with 35,000 koku from Settsu Province.
  631. In the same year, construction of Zuikakuso Villa was completed; and Prince Fushimi Sadanaru became a Military Sangi (councilors).
  632. In the same year, due to the power vacuum and for the assistant of Hideyori TOYOTOMI, a very young lord, 'On Okite' (five rules and regulations) and 'On Okite Tsuika' (nine supplements to the rules and regulations) were issued under the 'rensho' (assistant to regents) of 'Gotairo' and the political function of the government was established.
  633. In the same year, following the resignation of the Katsura Cabinet en masse, he retired from the political world, after leaving the post of Minister of Foreign Affairs.
  634. In the same year, gilded Shachigawara (Shachihoko [orca-shaped ornament] made of earthenware) was discovered in the vicinity of rice granary.
  635. In the same year, he added buildings including one where a Buddhist image was enshrined, established Shinsozan Zuiko-ji Temple as a school for studying the Lotus Sutra and practicing Buddhism, put his disciple Seno as his senior, and studied together.
  636. In the same year, he additionally assumed Sakonoe no chujo (post of middle captain of the left division of inner palace guards).
  637. In the same year, he also defeated Arikoyama Castle, where Takahiro YAMANA of Tajima province stuck, and made Tajima province a territory of ODA clan.
  638. In the same year, he also drew a painting on the pillar of Yakushi-do Hall of Hojo-ji Temple.
  639. In the same year, he appointed his younger brother Kagetaka ASAKURA as Gunji (district manager) of Echizen-Ono.
  640. In the same year, he assumed the Junii (Junior Second Rank), and in 1335, he was appointed as Shogun of Chinjufu.
  641. In the same year, he assumed the additional post as a lecturer of Tetsugakukan; Private Academy of Philosophy (present-day Toyo University).
  642. In the same year, he assumed the position of the 35th Tendai-zasu.
  643. In the same year, he attacked Iwaya Castle (Awaji province) and ruled Awaji province.
  644. In the same year, he battled against the army of KO no Moroyasu of the Northern Court (Japan) at Ishikawa in Kawachi Province, and in the next year, 1349, he also conducted small-scale battles at places in the southern area of Kawachi Province.
  645. In the same year, he became Genji no choja (chief of the Minamoto clan) and was appointed to Shogakuin Betto (chancellor of Shogakuin, a private school of the Ariwara Family).
  646. In the same year, he became Jusanmi.
  647. In the same year, he became Kokuji-goyogakari (general official of the imperial household in charge of the state affair).
  648. In the same year, he became Udaijin (Minister of the Right, 1515 ? 1518).
  649. In the same year, he became a Jidoku (imperial tutor) for Emperor Tsuchimikado and from then on, he served as Jidoku for five generations of emperors: Emperor Juntoku; Emperor Gohorikawa; Emperor Shijo and Emperor Gosaga.
  650. In the same year, he became a Tsumebanshu (guard of Shogun) of Osaka-jo Castle.
  651. In the same year, he became a member of the Imperial Art Academy.
  652. In the same year, he became a member of the Japan Art Academy.
  653. In the same year, he became a priest and passed the family estate over to his son, Nobufusa.
  654. In the same year, he became a viscount and was raised to the peerage.
  655. In the same year, he became dean of Shinshu University, which was founded in Sugamo, Tokyo by Higashi Hongan-ji Temple (Later, the university was merged with Takakura Daigaku-ryo and moved to Kyoto, and the name changed to Shinshu Otani University; present-day Otani University), but he resigned the following year.
  656. In the same year, he became the Governor of Tokyo Prefecture.
  657. In the same year, he became the heir of Tanetomi AKIZUKI, his older brother and the lord of the domain.
  658. In the same year, he began investigative research on Chusai SHIBUE.
  659. In the same year, he brought the method of ascetic practice in the Tachikawa School of the Shingon Sect to light, and ordered it to burn and destroy ritual instruments.
  660. In the same year, he celebrated his Genpuku (the coming-of-age ceremony for a boy in the old days) and was awarded Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  661. In the same year, he changed his name to 'Tsunetane.'
  662. In the same year, he changed his name to Sanemichi.
  663. In the same year, he concurrently held the post of Uta no kami (Director of the Bureau of Music).
  664. In the same year, he constructed Kangishinin Temple by the order of Emperor Gosaga and he often went to the Imperial Palace, gave lectures on Seizan-gi (or Kosaka-gi, the teachings of the Seizan school) and bestowed Bodhisattva Precepts.
  665. In the same year, he died after the Jokyu War.
  666. In the same year, he died of cancer.
  667. In the same year, he discovered Keiko KISHI who had been visiting the Shochiku Ofuna Film Studio.
  668. In the same year, he entered James Curtis Hepburn's school in Yokohama (present-day Meiji Gakuin) by the bakufu's order.
  669. In the same year, he entered the priesthood having his head shaved by Yoshimitsu in Ogawadai and his priest name was Dochi KATSUYAMA
  670. In the same year, he established Kokumin Kyokai of Japan (The People's Co-operative Party).
  671. In the same year, he established Koshu Hatto no Shidai (the Laws of the Province of Kai) (Shingen kaho (the law in Koshu which was enforced by Shingen)) as bunkokuho (the law individual sengoku-daimyo enforced in their own domain).
  672. In the same year, he established the Tokyo Hakuzen Company that undertook the management of a crematory service in Nippori village.
  673. In the same year, he formally became the head of the family, as his foster mother Naotora died.
  674. In the same year, he formed the Geijutsuza (Arts Theater) with Matsui.
  675. In the same year, he fought against Kanesada ICHIJO.
  676. In the same year, he fought in the Battle of Oshu.
  677. In the same year, he founded Taisho Iki-kai together with Genkichi SEKI, Dosan YOSHIZAWA, Kentaro KOBAYASHI and others.
  678. In the same year, he held the concurrent position in Hyobusho (Ministry of Military).
  679. In the same year, he held the rank of major general in Imperial Army and as a brigade commander was charged with the infantry's fourth division of the Imperial Army.
  680. In the same year, he identified and restored the Shido (hall dedicated to the souls of ancestors) located in 'Inaki Forest' as Ena-jinja Shrine described in "the Engishiki" (an ancient book for codes and procedures on national rites and prayers).
  681. In the same year, he inherited the estate of the Oda family at the age of 3 and obtained his direct control territory of 30,000 koku (crop yields) in Sakada District, Omi Province due to the assistance of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI in the Kiyosu Conference.
  682. In the same year, he joined forces with Takauji who had come to assist him without the emperor's permission and the two of them launched an eastward offensive in Tokaido to retake Kamakura from the rebellion forces.
  683. In the same year, he left the position of zasu and moved to a cottage in a mountain to spend the rest of his life sitting in Zen meditation and reading Buddhist scriptures.
  684. In the same year, he made his debut as a movie actor in the movie "Danshichi shigure" (literally, "Danshichi in the drizzle") which was produced by Dainippon Jiyu Eiga Production.
  685. In the same year, he made his directorial debut with 'Sasayaki no Joe' (Whispering Joe) for which he also wrote the screenplay.
  686. In the same year, he married Hana (later Tobaiin), who was an adopted daughter of Ieyasu and the real daughter of Yasuchika MATSUDAIRA.
  687. In the same year, he married Tatsuko who was the first daughter of Kiemon KASHIMAYA of Yuda onsen (hot spring) Kawaraya and also the adopted daughter of Kaoru INOUE, Okura taijo (Senior Secretary of the Minister of the Treasury).
  688. In the same year, he married Teru TAKASE..
  689. In the same year, he married the daughter of a temple and shrine carpenter in Kyoto, Tsune.
  690. In the same year, he moved to Iyouwa-jima Island following Takatora's entrance into a new domain and was given 2,000 koku (approximately 0.36 million liters of crop yield) of Shinchi next year.
  691. In the same year, he moved to Jozaiko-ji Temple (常在光寺) in Higashiyama (Kyoto) to start retired life.
  692. In the same year, he moved to Kita-Kyuhoji in Osaka to serve as a Shinto priest at the Zama-jinja Shrine.
  693. In the same year, he opened gyunabe (beef pot) chain restaurants "Iroha" and managed himself.
  694. In the same year, he participated in the Coup of August 18.
  695. In the same year, he participated in the second series of private magazines named "Shin Shicho" with Sueo GOTO, Shosen ONUKI, Sota KIMURA, and Junichiro TANIZAKI, and he wrote a drama named 'Tokiwa' for its first issue.
  696. In the same year, he passed away.
  697. In the same year, he played a major role in the Makishimajo Castle attack at Uji, when Nobunaga attacked Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA.
  698. In the same year, he played in Izumozaki Town, Echigo.
  699. In the same year, he produced his first design for the woodblock print 'Bunji gannen Heike ichimon kaichu rakunyuzu' under the pseudonym Yoshitoshi IKKAISAI.
  700. In the same year, he ran for and won the Kyoto gubernatorial election on the Japan Socialist Party ticket, also backed by Zen Kyoto Minshusensen Toitsu Kaigi (abbreviated as Minto; Congress of All Kyoto Democratic United Front), and thereafter he served as governor for seven consecutive terms over twenty-eight years in all.
  701. In the same year, he received Ujimasa HOJO's sister as his second wife (Fujin TOYAMA died after the birth of Nobukatsu) to strengthen the Koso Alliance (an alliance between the Takeda clan in the Kai Province and the Hojo clan in Sagami Province).
  702. In the same year, he received an additional land in the Bungo-Kitsuki region with a yield of 60,000 koku from Ieyasu.
  703. In the same year, he received an order from the emperor to be in charge of transferring the unhulled rice from Miyake, Owari Province to the capital in order to prepare for an imminent poor harvest.
  704. In the same year, he received unprecedented promotion as a member of an important family being appointed to be Naidaijin.
  705. In the same year, he resigned Sakonoe no daisho (the major captain of the left division of the inner palace guards).
  706. In the same year, he resigned after being charged for doctoring the chousho (official document issued by Emperor) stating that the domain of Choshu, who also proposed action plans to the Imperial Court, criticized Satsuma.
  707. In the same year, he resigned as Oban gashira and sojaban in 1659.
  708. In the same year, he resigned his position as Kanpaku.
  709. In the same year, he resigned this post.
  710. In the same year, he restored Saga Fujiidera Temple and renamed it Horinji Temple (Saikyo Ward in Kyoto) and became the Restoration patriarch.
  711. In the same year, he returned to Mikawa Province from Sakai, where he had been staying, following Ieyasu's crossing over Iga in the Honnoji Incident.
  712. In the same year, he returned to his birthplace Izushi but in the following year, he again went to Edo in response to an eager request made by Iemitsu.
  713. In the same year, he returned to the capital, and died of smallpox, which was widespread in those days.
  714. In the same year, he revived 'komachi odori dance' and later, the entire school participated in 'mikoshi arai shinji (Shinto rituals to purify a portable shrine using water), omukae-chochin (a welcoming paper lantern)' of Gion Festival on July 10, every year.
  715. In the same year, he sent an accompanying letter for a letter to Masakatsu HACHISUKA written by Nobunaga.
  716. In the same year, he served as director for "Sabishiki Hitobito" (Lonely People) in Osaka.
  717. In the same year, he stepped down from public service and went into retirement.
  718. In the same year, he successively was promoted to Second Lieutenant and Lieutenant in 1873, and was appointed as the 8th class serving of Ministry of Army, and Captain of Army in 1874.
  719. In the same year, he took over as the head of the family and became the lord of the Yokosuka Domain.
  720. In the same year, he took part in the fire attack of the legation of Britain located in Shinagawa Gotenyama.
  721. In the same year, he took the lead role in "Shohin Eigashu: Machi no skecchi" (a collection of short movies: a sketch of a town) directed by Kenji MIZOGUCHI, and in "Kokyo no mizu wa natsukashi" (nostalgia for the life of hometown) directed by Minoru MURATA next year in 1926 even though they were short movies.
  722. In the same year, he took the posts of Shimotsuke no kuni no kami (the governer of Shimotsuke Province) and Kebiishi no betto (Superintendent of the Imperial Police).
  723. In the same year, he visited Kanesada ICHIJO of a branch family in Tosa Province (Tosa Ichijo clan), and stayed the Province for some years.
  724. In the same year, he was a second winner in a scenario contest for second-type movies (available for all generations) which was sponsored by Tokyo Nichinichi Newspaper (the first winner was Iwao MORI who became a director of Toho Co., Ltd. later and the third winner was Komatsu KITAMURA, a scenario writer in Shochiku Kamata.)
  725. In the same year, he was appointed Hokkyo (the third highest rank for Buddhist priests), and from the beginning of 989, he served as the Todai-ji Betto (secretary in the office of temple) for 3 years.
  726. In the same year, he was appointed a member of the House of Peers (Japan) by the imperial command.
  727. In the same year, he was appointed as Gon Dainagon (Provisional Major Councilor).
  728. In the same year, he was appointed as Jugoinoge and referred to himself as Hayato no kami.
  729. In the same year, he was appointed as Jugoinoge and referred to himself as Hyuga no kami.
  730. In the same year, he was appointed as Okura Taijo (Senior Secretary of Ministry of the Treasury) and Sozei Gon no kami (Provisional Chief of Taxation) by the recommendation of Takamori SAIGO.
  731. In the same year, he was appointed as Sakyo no daibu and simultaneously worked also as Ueji no kami and the governor of Shimousa Province.
  732. In the same year, he was appointed as Toka no sechie Geben (a kugyo who supervised many matters outside Jomei Gate at Toka no sechie [Imperial Court Ceremony]).
  733. In the same year, he was appointed as Ukone no daisho (Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  734. In the same year, he was appointed as the Tonin (head) of Mushadokoro (a place where samurai guards of the Imperial Palace were stationed).
  735. In the same year, he was appointed chairman of the "Naniwa (a guard cruiser)" which had been building in England, then to the position of captain after his role as chaiman was completed, and then he became rear admiral of the navy.
  736. In the same year, he was appointed to Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade), Bitchu no kami.
  737. In the same year, he was appointed to Toshi choja (the last choja) after abolishment of Sessho Kanpaku (regent and chief adviser to the Emperor) and assigned to Ou Chinbu-sotoku (Commander Office of Ou region suppression campaign) of the government.
  738. In the same year, he was appointed to a post at Konoefu.
  739. In the same year, he was appointed to be Sadaiben (major controller of the left).
  740. In the same year, he was appointed to the position of Sadaiben (Major Controller of the Left).
  741. In the same year, he was assigned the position of wakadoshiyori (a managerial position in Edo bakufu)and chaged his post name to Dewa no kami.
  742. In the same year, he was assigned to Kyoto bunbujo (京都文武場) kenjutsu sewa kokoroe (the assistant manager of swordplay at Kyoto bunbu-jo training-hall).
  743. In the same year, he was at the helm of the Zuiun Shodokai (a contest for top level calligraphy instructors throughout Japan), and in 1930 established the Taito Shodoin (a group of calligraphers).
  744. In the same year, he was awarded an Order of Cultural Merit.
  745. In the same year, he was awarded the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold and Silver Rays.
  746. In the same year, he was concurrently appointed to Monjo Hakase, which was his family profession.
  747. In the same year, he was conferred a peerage; he took different positions, such as Chamberlain, "Sakone no Gon no Shosho" (Provisional Minor Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards) and "Ukone no Gon no Chujo;" In 1845, he became Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank), which gave him the title Kugyo.
  748. In the same year, he was conferred by Emperor Reigen (Fuyumoto's cousin) the family name 'Daigo' and became independent from the paternal Ichijo family.
  749. In the same year, he was demoted from nobility to subject and became Asaakira KUNI.
  750. In the same year, he was designated as the Living National Treasure by the Agency for Cultural Affairs.
  751. In the same year, he was entered into Baikan SHIOBARA's family register through an arrangement of Baikan who was worried about Seigetsu's health and then, he called himself Seisuke.
  752. In the same year, he was given the name Asahiko and assigned to Nihon Danjoin (President of the Board of Censors with the Second Order court rank) after his coming of age ceremony.
  753. In the same year, he was invited by Nobuchika KURIHARA to teach wine making in Kofu.
  754. In the same year, he was invited to be a teacher at Maebashi Eigakko school.
  755. In the same year, he was involved with the establishment of Teishitsu Gigeiin (Imperial art experts), and he was also appointed to the member of Kizokuin (the House of Peers) when the Imperial Diet was established.
  756. In the same year, he was killed by Kunitsugu YASUDA during the Honnoji Incident.
  757. In the same year, he was married, and his first daughter and son were born.
  758. In the same year, he was ordered to transfer, and his domains were moved to Sagami Province, Shimosa Province, Musashi Province, and Hitachi Province.
  759. In the same year, he was pardoned and recovered his territories.
  760. In the same year, he was promoted to Roju, and then in 1779, due to the death of Takechika MATSUDAIRA he became Roju shuza (the head of the Roju) and was also appointed Kattegakari (Director of Finance).
  761. In the same year, he was promoted to the Junii rank while retaining his positions as the Udaijin and Ukone no daisho.
  762. In the same year, he was promoted to the court rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and appointed to the post of Chunagon (vice-councilor of state).
  763. In the same year, he was promoted to the position of Udaijin (Minister of the Right), Sahyoe no kami and director of Kaga and Mino Provinces, it was his gokkan (the highest official rank) and he died of illness next year.
  764. In the same year, he was reassigned to Oki no kami.
  765. In the same year, he was successively promoted to Chujo Kokoroe (Acting First Lieutenant) then Taijo (Captain), and after Daitaicho (Battalion Chief) of the 1st Infantry Regiment in May 1873, he departed to the front as Army Major, Daitaicho of the 1st Battalion of the 8th Infantry Regiment.
  766. In the same year, he was transferred to Kawachi and Harima Provinces and on June, 1784, he was appointed as Kyoto Shoshidai and Jiju.
  767. In the same year, he went to Edo along with Nariyuki NIJO, Tadafusa KONOE and Mitsushige HIROHASHI so as to perform Shogun Senge (the imperial authorization for shogunal investiture) for Iemochi TOKUGAWA who was then installed as the 14th Seii Taishogun (literally, the great general who subdues the barbarians, which was a military rank and historical title of Shogun).
  768. In the same year, he went to Katayama Juku (the Yonezawa domain's hanko), but quit for some reason related to his parents' home, and then he returned to Meien-ji Temple and implemented ascetic practices to become a priest.
  769. In the same year, he went to Kyoto with other feudal retainers of the radical party, and in the Kinmon Incident (the rebellion at the Hamaguri-gomon Gate), he got severely injured and killed himself in the Takatsukasa House and so did Kusaka and Terajima.
  770. In the same year, he went up to Kyoto to nurse his older brother Akikuni who became ill in Kyoto.
  771. In the same year, he worked as an assistant director for "Akatsuki no gassho" (Dawn Chorus, directed by Hiroshi SHIMIZU) and "Kaze kaoru niwa" (Garden with Fresh Breeze, directed by Hideo OBA), and then he was called up for military service.
  772. In the same year, he worked with Takauji ASHIKAGA and battled with Tadayoshi ASHIKAGA troops, ad he achieved a meritorious service to defeat Noriaki UESUGI.
  773. In the same year, he wrote "Haja Kenshosho" (Notes Assailing Heresy and Revealing Truth) and "Nyoninojo kikigaki".
  774. In the same year, he wrote "Kecchi sho," "Hokke mondo," "Hoonki," "Shido sho" and "Senjaku-chugesho" (Commentary on Senjaku).
  775. In the same year, her 20 year old brother Keisuke dodged the military draft and disappeared.
  776. In the same year, her oldest son, Masayuki was born.
  777. In the same year, his 'flower design vase with iron and cinnabar glaze' (鉄辰砂草花図壷) won the grand prize at the Paris World Exposition (1937) through Kenichi KAWAKATSU's special arrangement.
  778. In the same year, his brother died and he was obliged to succeed his brother as head of the family.
  779. In the same year, his daughter, Shinobu was born.
  780. In the same year, his father accompanied Nagaoki IKEDA, who was appointed ambassador to Europe, and he remained there to study for four years.
  781. In the same year, his father was accused of his misconduct during the time he served as roju; as the punishment for this, 20,000 koku was diminished and the territory was moved to Yamagata, Dewa Province.
  782. In the same year, his first short story 'Ronen' (Old Age) was published in the "Shin-Shicho" (New Thought) magazine, and in 1916, the following year, the same magazine ran another one of his short stories titled 'Hana' (The Nose) which he set to take place around the same period as Rashomon.
  783. In the same year, his foster father, Yoshihisa, died and Mototsune succeeded him in wielding real power at the Imperial Court.
  784. In the same year, his grandfather, Emperoro Gotoba caused the Jokyu Battle, however his forces were beaten by the government forces led by Yasutoki HOJO.
  785. In the same year, his representative work, "Nisen Gohaykunen-shi" (The history of two thousand and five hundred years), an overview of Japanese history, was published from Kaitaku-sha.
  786. In the same year, however, Bimyo was appointed to the chief editor of a new magazine "Miyako no hana" and severed his relations with Koyo.
  787. In the same year, however, KO no Morofuyu, a vassal of the Ashikaga clan, had successfully managed to split the Southern Court army, which led one of its most powerful warriors, Haruhisa ODA, to switch sides and join the Northern Court faction.
  788. In the same year, however, he was arrested as a criminal of the incident of killing one thousand people with a sword in the suburbs of Kyoto in Yamashina, for which not only he took the tonsure and called himself 長意, but also was deprived of being a samurai and taken into custody of Toshiie MAEDA.
  789. In the same year, however, his foster father passed away.
  790. In the same year, however, his mother died and his father Masutaro moved to Shitaya Negishi, from which it was inconvenient to commute to Mamiana that was a long way.
  791. In the same year, however, the Aki-Takeda clan and Tomoda clan on the Amago side lost to the Ouchi clan, and in 1525, Motonari MORI switched sides to the Ouchi clan by ruining a favorable relationship with the Amago clan, after an internal conflict with his younger brother, Mototsuna AIO.
  792. In the same year, in the Aizu War, he deserted the front line.
  793. In the same year, industrialist Tadasaburo YAMAMOTO (1873-1927) bought the hand scrolls.
  794. In the same year, it succeeded in Japan's first artificial breeding of a Florida python.
  795. In the same year, it was designated as a brand variety of the growing district of Shizuoka Prefecture.
  796. In the same year, licenses to operate jinrikisha started being issued.
  797. In the same year, on attaining manhood, Kagetora won a victory in his first campaign for subduing local ruling families in Echigo Province who had rebelled against the sickly Harukage.
  798. In the same year, restrictions were placed on hatamoto (direct retainers of the bakufu, which was a form of Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), such as limiting the number of retinue that they could take along, and this kind of control was later extended to the lifestyle of their families, their meals, and even the gifts they sent to each other.
  799. In the same year, roshi-gumi was reorganized into Shinchogumi after returning to Edo, and Tamaki was selected for one of the Teacher of Swordsmanship.
  800. In the same year, she abdicated the throne and started to act as a guardian of the emperor.
  801. In the same year, she became the Sai-in of the Kamo-jinja Shrines by divination and the Jugo (honorary rank next to the three empresses: Great Empress Dowager, Empress Dowager and Empress).
  802. In the same year, she began to be esteemed highy within the Matsura clan as she gave birth to a long-awaited legitimate child Takanobu MATSURA (also known as Soyo).
  803. In the same year, she died in Fushimi-jo Castle in Kyoto, where Ieyasu was staying.
  804. In the same year, she played the lead character in the NHK drama "Osaka Oyafuko Dori" (Osaka Street of Undutiful Children) and gained popularity in TV dramas.
  805. In the same year, she remarried, but in 1901 she divorced.
  806. In the same year, she was conferred Shonii (Senior Second Rank).
  807. In the same year, she was made a nyogo and granted Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  808. In the same year, she was ordained Sanbon (the third rank of the Imperial Princes' rank) after the era name turned to Reiki.
  809. In the same year, since his father Ietada passed away, he succeeded as head of the family.
  810. In the same year, the "Kojiki" (Records of Ancient Matters) was presented to the Empress, and in 713, compilation of Fudoki (a description of the natural features, culture and history of provinces) started.
  811. In the same year, the Abe family was transferred to Tanagura Domain in Mutsu Province which had less uchi-daka (real value of the yield).
  812. In the same year, the Amago clan seized Iwami-ginzan Silver Mine from the Ouchi clan.
  813. In the same year, the Choshu clan was exiled from the imperial court as a result of the Coup on Augut 18th.
  814. In the same year, the Emperor Tenmu issued Mikotonori (imperial edict) ordering the establishment of Ritsuryo codes, and in 689 after the Emperor Tenmu died, Asukakiyomihararyo (the legal code of Japanese ancient state) was distributed and established.
  815. In the same year, the Empress Dowager Komyo died.
  816. In the same year, the Empress Shotoku who was in favor of Daijodaijinzenji Dokyo died, and it led to his downfall.
  817. In the same year, the Kinmon Rebellion took place and the shogunate government twice attempted to attack the Choshu clan in retribution for the rebellion, but was defeated following the loss of their leader, Shogun Iemochi TOKUGAWA, through illness.
  818. In the same year, the Mission came back to Japan, and SAIGO and the administrator of Ministry of Justice, Shinpei ETO resigned from their post due to the political upheaval of the 6th year of Meiji triggered by Seikanron.
  819. In the same year, the Prince Shioyaki was granted Hikami no Mahito (the highest of the eight hereditary titles) and demoted from nobility to subject, but he was also executed for the Rebellion of FUJIWARA no Nakamaro.
  820. In the same year, the Prince became the governor of Kozuke Province (present Gunma Prefecture.)
  821. In the same year, the Rokkaku clan called up their military forces while Nagamasa was away on an expedition to Mino Province, but Nagamasa turned his army back to fight with them and defeated them.
  822. In the same year, the Shirakura-jinja Shrine was established to enshrine Sadaoku.
  823. In the same year, the Tenmon Rekido-kyoku was moved to Tokyo and was renamed Seigaku-kyoku.
  824. In the same year, the Tokyo School of Fine Arts (present Faculty of Fine Arts of Tokyo University of Arts), which Kuki supported, was established and Fenollosa became the principal.
  825. In the same year, the Yamana clan, a clan serving as Shugo (Military Commissioner) to 11 of the 66 provinces in Japan, started the Meitoku no Ran (Rebellion of Meitoku), and he was appointed Shugo of Izumo and Oki Provinces for his performance in the Battle of Kyoto Naiya.
  826. In the same year, the administrative office of the Kajii Monzeki Temple was established in Ohara (present day Ohara, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City) to the north of Mt. Hiei.
  827. In the same year, the bakufu returned the shugoshiki for Tango Province to Yoshiharu and the invigorated troops of the Isshiki clan in Tango Province defeated the troops of the Takeda clan stationed in Tango Province and succeeded to recover their former fief.
  828. In the same year, the company began to cooperate with "Katsumi Yotaro Production" that was established by Yotaro KATSUMI after he resigned from Shochiku Kamata Studio.
  829. In the same year, the former lord of the domain, Mitsuyoshi, died.
  830. In the same year, the land of Sumitomo Copper and Brass in Ajigawa (later known as Sumitomo Metal) and Sumitomo Warehouse 89,100 sq.m. were offered to Osaka city due to the foundation of the public market.
  831. In the same year, the lord of Gifu-jo Castle in Mino Province (133,000 koku)
  832. In the same year, the names of elementary schools were added to the names of the school districts to be referred to as 'Ikubun school district,' 'Kakuchi school district,' and so on.
  833. In the same year, the names of elementary schools were added to the names of the school districts to be referred to as 'Seiitsu school district,' 'Muromachi school district,' and so on.
  834. In the same year, the names of elementary schools were added to the names of the school districts to be referred to as 'Umeya school district' and 'Chikkan school district.'
  835. In the same year, the number of directly governed provinces reached 25 and the number of provinces with governors related to the Taira clan reached 29, which meant the east as well as the west, the power base of Ise Taira clan (Heishi), began to feel the control of the Taira clan administration.
  836. In the same year, the post of Togu no suke was abolished due to the death of Prince Yasuyori.
  837. In the same year, the residents formed the Watarase-gawa River Improvement Alliance in Gunma and submitted petitions to the Ministry of Home Affairs, asking improvement of Watarase-gawa River and cultivation of the source.
  838. In the same year, the service to celebrate the restoration of Kofuku-ji Temple was performed, and the next service was expected from Todai-ji Temple.
  839. In the same year, the site of Yagura-mon Gate (two-layered gate with a lookout) was discovered at the residence site attributed to Hideyoshi HASHIBA.
  840. In the same year, the tenth child of Masamune, Munekatsu DATE, was allowed to have a portion of the Sendai Domain (30,000 goku) and founded the Mutsu-Ichinoseki Domain.
  841. In the same year, the theme song for 'Hanako-san,' 'Otsukai wa Jitensha ni Notte' (Running an Errand by Bicycle) became a hit.
  842. In the same year, the treaty was concluded between Toshiakira KAWAJI and Evfimiy Vasil'evich Putyatin of the Russian Empire.
  843. In the same year, these 267 towns were reorganized into wards Nos. 1 to 4.
  844. In the same year, though he quit Nikkatsu Studio and moved to Kokusai Katsuei (Kokkatsu), he quit Kokkatsu due to slumping business and took to the road for rensa geki (combined performance of film and theatrical staging).
  845. In the same year, through his connections to Kanryu Hosshinno (Cloistered Imperial Prince Kanryu) at Ninna-ji Temple, Ryoo constructed the Kyozo building with in Kodai-in, a sub-temple of the Kongobuji Temple on Mt. Koya.
  846. In the same year, together with Goto, he persuaded the shogun, Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA, to return power to the Emperor to counter the Satsuma and Choshu Domains which insisted to overthrow the bakufu with the use of military power.
  847. In the same year, upon receiving information on the outbreak of Anshi Rebellion in Tang China, Nakamaro ordered to reinforce the defenses in various provinces including Dazai-fu (a local government office in Kyushu region).
  848. In the same year, vasslas from Goryeo were sent again, including chancellor Shin Shisen, assistant chancellor Chin Shiko and Hanpu, accompanying chief envoy Kokuteki and vice-envoy Inko, but Japan ignored these second envoys who reached there.
  849. In the same year, when Koretada resigned from this post due to a serious illness, Kaneie wished to become a Kanpaku, but Kanemichi presented the will of FUJIWARA no Anshi, who was the biological mother of Emperor Enyu, that 'the kanpaku post must be given in order of age among the brothers.'
  850. In the same year, when Negishi was rejected from Nikkatsu Tamagawa Studio by Sakichi MORITA, Mitsuo quit the job and left for the Chinese continent to work at 'Manchuria Movie Association' (Manei) as a director.
  851. In the same year, when Yoshihiro SHIDA who was hiding in the Ise Province, the neighboring province, was captured, Koreyoshi's family cooperated as support forces.
  852. In the same year, when he appeared in the movie "Gonin no mokugekisha" (Five Witnesses), a contemporary drama produced by Toyoko Film Company, he changed his screen name from Enji to Daisuke KATO since Enji sounded like the stage name of a Kabuki actor.
  853. In the same year, when local samurais of Noto Province staged an uprising and held up fighting in Arayama Castle by the instigation of Kagekatsu, Morimasa headed for a rescue in response to a demand by Toshiie MAEDA and beat the Uesugi army stationed at the back of the castle.
  854. In the same year, when the Heiji Disturbance occurred, she departed from the capital to TAIRA no Kiyomori's Rokuhara-tei, together with the Emperor.
  855. In the same year, when the Kano no joran (the Kano Disturbance) occurred between Tadayoshi ASHIKAGA, a younger brother of Takauji, and KO no Moronao, Norisuke took the side of Takauji and Moronao, and fought against Tadayoshi's force.
  856. In the same year, while Takauji ASHIKAGA's army rebelled against the Kenmu Government in Kamakura and approached Kyoto, Akiie brought the Oshu army to Kyoto in pursuit of ASHIKAGA's army in December (old lunar calender).
  857. In the same year, with the Coup of August 18 occurred, the Choshu power was expelled from the Imperial Court.
  858. In the same, he died.
  859. In the samurai (warrior) class in particular, Haikomei had already spread in the Heian period, as seen by examples such as the legitimate son of MINAMOTO no Yoriyoshi taking the name MINAMOTO no Yoshiie and his younger brothers taking the names MINAMOTO no Yoshitsuna and MINAMOTO no Yoshimitsu.
  860. In the samurai family style, the host must not wear anything on his left waist, because his left waist is to be saved for the swords, so he has the fukusa, or silk cloth, on his right waist, and has required movements on his right lap.
  861. In the samurai residence thick mairako were arranged in order to express power.
  862. In the samurai society at that time, women were accustomed to being treated differently from men, but Hideyoshi ignored this by executing almost all the family members of Hidetsugu; a wife, concubines, and children.
  863. In the samurai society of the medieval period, Confucianism was not so influential that vassals did not necessarily see their lord as all-important.
  864. In the samurai society of the medieval period, the existence and position of a lord was not necessarily guaranteed or absolute to his retainers; instead, lords and their group of retainers had a shared fate, and their relationship was one of mutual cooperation.
  865. In the samurai world during the Muromachi period, tatami was utilized to show power as a symbol.
  866. In the sarugaku world after Zeami's death, the Konparu school with Zenchiku as the central figure became widely popular and extremely powerful.
  867. In the scene (see the figure) when Shuei was challenged how to handle five stones in the left side, his spectacular move has been passed down that he made the third white, and two stones taken by the opponent, to three stones from Hane (putting a stone crossly) of the first white.
  868. In the scene of 'Badarai' Harunaga, the lord, sits on a higher platform called "nijodai" constantly looking down on Mitsuhide, while Mitsuhide stands underneath enduring the humiliation.
  869. In the scene of 'Mt. Atago,' the dialog between Mitsuhide and Satsuki about cutting her hair is often omitted because of the shortage of time.
  870. In the scene of Yoshitomo's making night attack on Shirakawa-dono Palace in "Hogen Monogatari" (The Tale of the Hogen War), the Kawagoe and the Morooka clan were identified as 'Koke' (honorable families), thereby distinguished from the other warriors.
  871. In the scene of `Ashizuri' (stamping the ground) of "Heike Monogatari" (The tale of the Heike), Shunkan was determined to remain in the island by force.
  872. In the scene of his assassination, SERIZAWA, realizing everything, waited for HIJIKATA, OKITA, YAMANAMI, and HARADA to come, and a large-scale sword fight was performed against the 4 men.
  873. In the scene of the Battle of Ichinotani described in the chapter on 'Tomoakira's Death' in "Heike Monogatari" (The Tale of the Heike), Shigeyori's eldest son and heir Shigefusa KAWAGOE captures Inoueguro (Kawagoeguro), a fine horse escaping from TAIRA no Tomonori.
  874. In the scene where this nun shut herself up in the Great Buddha Hall for praying, the original hall is painted.
  875. In the scene, a folded Sensu is used to substitute for various items such as a sword or a telescope.
  876. In the scene, it is hinted that the samurai called Banemon SHIZUGAYA is in fact Gorotsuki Kankuro, a rogue in Fukagawa (also near to Sumida-gawa River).
  877. In the scenes of the Battle of Uji-gawa River, the battle against Shigetada HATAKEYAMA is described.
  878. In the schools operated by Gakko hojin Keio Gijuku including Keio University, only Yukichi FUKUZAWA, the founder, has been traditionally called 'Fukuzawa sensei' with a title for teachers, and the others, including teachers and students, have been officially called with a casual title 'kun.'
  879. In the science's faculties, the exemption is 1,898,000 yen (the amount for two years).
  880. In the science's faculties, the exemption is 949,000 yen (the amount for two years).
  881. In the sculptures and pictures of EN no Ozunu, Zenki and Goki are often (not always) depicted in his right and left.
  882. In the season of baiu, the following four air masses exist in the East Asia.
  883. In the season of cherry blossoms, sightseeing ships are available (from Imazu Port and Nagahama Port)
  884. In the season of hydrangea bloom, extra buses are operated for Mimuroto-ji Temple.
  885. In the seasons when many passengers are expected to use the trains, the train cars with the same configuration are added (of the train cars thus organized, the first to third train cars go up to Toyooka/Miyazu, and the fourth to sixth train cars go up to Amanohashidate/Fukuchiyama).
  886. In the second Anglo-Japanese Alliance, they agreed to each other's interests: Britain's privileges in India and Japan's sovereignty over Korea, and also stipulated equal opportunities in Qing.
  887. In the second Diet held in such situation, minto criticized the government, because they tried to increase the budget for navy without achieving the pledge of the previous government "Government cost-cutting".
  888. In the second Katsura administration, he was appointed to the Ministry of Home Affairs.
  889. In the second act of the kabuki drama "Sanmon Gosan-no-Kiri," Goemon ISHIKAWA's famous words 'What an amazing view' are in reference to the Sanmon Gate of Nanzen-ji Temple.
  890. In the second alternate writing transmitted by Kojiki and Nihonshoki, she was the third to metamorphism and was enshrined in Hetsu-miya Shrine.
  891. In the second battle of Kizugawaguchi on December 14, 1578, an iron-armored ship made a sortie and defeated the navy of the Mori clan bitterly.
  892. In the second conquest of the Choshu Domain in 1866, he adopted the pro-Choshu strategy as the policy for the Tsuwano Domain.
  893. In the second episode 'Ugoku Shitai' (The Moving Corpse) in the first season of a TV drama series 'Ninzaburo FURUHATA' screenplayed by Koki MITANI, the killer Ukon NAKAMURA the sixth (played by Masaaki SAKAI) performed Tadanobu Kitsune.
  894. In the second half of the Edo period, the authority of the Shogunate became shaky, affected by famine in the countryside, riots in the cities and the visits of foreign ships to Ezo district and Nagasaki.
  895. In the second half of the story, the ghost of Michizane which transformed into thunder rushed around wildly in the Imperial Palace precinct and fought the supernatural power of Hossho-bo.
  896. In the second invasion called the Keicho War, he ordered the severed noses of killed soldiers of Joseon Korea and the Ming Dynasty to be sent to Japan as proof of his army's bravery in battle.
  897. In the second month of 91 B.C., Princess Yamatotobimomoso Hime no Mikoto was possessed by a god named Omononushi, who gave oracles.
  898. In the second month of the 87th year of the reign, he appointed Onakatsuhime to manage the sacred treasures for his old age.
  899. In the second part, the numerical targets such as the number of divisions and warships were set as the specific goal of the required military force and military policy.
  900. In the second section, the text of the 17 articles laid out the concrete policies of this code, and there were many laws stating that shugo (military governors), as local administrators, should be appointed for their ability rather than for their war records, as well as many laws relating to debt-abrogation decrees.
  901. In the second to third century, around the end of the Yayoi period, the climate was slightly cool.
  902. In the second trial, the appeal was rejected on the grounds that the presented immigration contract itself was a slave contract, which was against human rights, and therefore it was invalid.
  903. In the second volume of 'Wakana,' she got married to Kashiwagi, leaving the Imperial family, and after the death of Kashiwagi, she was married to Yugiri.
  904. In the second volume of the "Manyoshu", a poem about grief over a dead man in Sanuki Province (volume 2, 220-222) survives, and both a farewell poem at Kamoyama in Iwami Province and elegies for his death also survive (volume 2, 223-227).
  905. In the secondary stone chamber, 212 iron halberds each with a shaft were placed in the way that about each half of them were placed with their tips against one end of the room.
  906. In the section below Warabio of Hatenashi Pass, an evergreen broadleaf forest extends.
  907. In the section between Awaji Station and Takatsukishi Station there is a train service that goes directly toward Tengachaya Station on the Osaka Municipal Subway Sakaisuji Line, passing through the Hankyu Senri Line.
  908. In the section between Horikawa-Imadegawa and Horikawa-Oike-dori Street, Hori-kawa River is open (not a closed circuit) as described below, and both Higashi-horikawa-dori Street and Nishi-horikawa-dori Street run in parallel.
  909. In the section between Ibaraki and Senrioka there is a junction (now part of the Ibaraki Station yard), from which the freight train is directed to Suita signal station using the freight line.
  910. In the section between Kyoto Station and Himeji Station, across the boundary between the operating area of JR Tokai and that of JR West, it can be said that trains on the Shinkansen line compete with the 'Hakuto' limited expresses of Chizu Express Co., Ltd. that run on the railway lines of JR West.
  911. In the section between Kyoto Station and Kintetsu-Tanbabashi Station, the trains stop at the same stations as the express trains do, and from Tanbabashi station to the south the trains stop at every station.
  912. In the section between Umekoji Station and Ajikawaguchi Station to its west, there is a daily round-trip service of a special freight train, but in the section between Umekoji Station and Inazawa Station to its east there is only the temporary service of a special freight train.
  913. In the section between the Iwate-Numakunai Station and the Hachinohe Station on the Tohoku Shinkansen line, approx. 60.4 km-long 'super-long rails' are used.
  914. In the section for 1555 of Katsuyamaki (the chronology of Kai Province), it is stated that `Harunobu TAKEDA (Shingen TAKEDA) entered Asahiyama-jo Castle, the fort of Asahiyama, with 3000 kuren (officials) *snip* 300 guns.'
  915. In the section from Shin-Shimonoseki Station to Kokura Station (located in Fukuoka Prefecture) and to Hakata Station, the company operating the Shinkansen line and that operating the regular line are different, JR West and JR Kyushu, respectively, and therefore, the section is handled differently from other sections.
  916. In the section from Tottori westward, following trains are in service as limited express trains connecting cities like Tottori, Yonago and Masuda.
  917. In the section of 'Nekoma' in the eighth volumes of "Heike Monogatari" (The tale of the Heike), there is an episode that Mitsutaka who visited MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka as a messenger of the Retired Emperor Goshirakawa in 1183, was taunted by Yoshinaka.
  918. In the section of 'Rokudo no sata' (matters of six posthumous worlds) in "The tale of the Heike" [the Taira family], Kenreimonin spoke reminiscently that Kiyotsune's death was 'the beginning of depressing events' for the Taira family.
  919. In the section of 'naku koe ni,' the song gradually returns to a song based on the koto music leading to a short but beautiful intermezzo of a delicate tremolo played by kokyu.
  920. In the section of 'sandai (a visit to the Imperial Palace) of councilor Mitsuyori,' there is a description where Mitsuyori rightly made a commanding speech and Nobuyori, who showed a proud look, lost face to the contrary.
  921. In the section of 13th day of intercalary 10th month of 1183, the following is described as the report from OTSUKI no Takamoto.
  922. In the section of August 30, 1093 in the above "Chuyuki," Mitsufusa OYA was described as 'Mitsufusa is a son of Mitsuto who was roto of Yoshiie Ason, the former Mutsu no kami.'
  923. In the section of August 7, 1179 in "Gyokuyo," there is a description that when Kanazane sent a messenger to visit him, it was reported that he had given all documents of the family to his legitimate son Nobumune (because he did not have much time).
  924. In the section of February 20, in this year in "Gyokuyo," there is a description that he was Nenyo (functionaries who during this time took the responsibility for running the actual affairs of the various central government offices) of Naeozane KUJO's Mandokoro.
  925. In the section of September 19, 1102, there was a review that 'Although he is said to be a strong sumaibito, he has to learn more koppo (a martial art with bare hands),' which shows that he was a samurai in the imperial capital rather than a samurai in the Kanto region.
  926. In the section of tensonkorin (the descent to earth of the grandson of the sun goddess) of Kojiki, Amatsukume no mikoto and Amenooshihi no mikoto are described as on equal footing.
  927. In the section on Japanese comics, history and characteristics of the comics produced in Japan are discussed.
  928. In the section, it is described that in the performance of Imakumano tayu (leading actor in a Noh play) of the troupe performed Okinamai for the first time in history and at that moment Okinamai itself transformed.
  929. In the sections called mini-Shinkansen lines (the section between Fukushima and Shinjo of the Yamagata Shinkansen line and that between Morioka and Akita in the Akita Shinkansen line), the gauge of the regular railway lines has been changed to the standard one to enable through operation as limited express through Shinkansen.
  930. In the sections of August 30, 1093 and September 19, 1102 in "Chuyuki," he was described as 'sumaibito (sumo wrestler) of Yoshiie's roto.
  931. In the sector of temple architecture, large hondos (main halls), such as that of Zenko-ji Temple and Senso-ji Temple, were built to accommodate a large number of worshippers.
  932. In the selection of a successor to Prince Funado (Funado no Okimi), the deposed Crown Prince in 757, he was not installed as Crown Prince even though he was recommended by FUJIWARA no Toyonari and FUJIWARA no Nagate.
  933. In the sense of 'Laying higher standard railways,' some aspects of these activities resemble those for Shinkansen.
  934. In the sense, he was the founder of the Kawakatsu clan.
  935. In the series, the name 'Hanzo' is also handed down from the first 'Hanzo HATTORI' to his son, 'Shinzo HATTORI'.
  936. In the setsuyoshu, the words were classified in iroha order and sub-classified according to their meanings.
  937. In the seventh alternate writing, it said that Iwatsutsu no onokami and Iwatsutsu no menokami were born as the children of Iwasaku and Nesaku, and the child of those gods was Futsunushi no kami.
  938. In the seventh century, Asuka became a central place of politics and culture in ancient Japan, and it is called 'Asuka no miyako' as it took on the character of a capital with city functions developed ("Ki" [also known as "Nihonshoki," or Chronicles of Japan]).
  939. In the seventh century, the bureaucracy system, the local system, the statute system and so on were gradually streamlined and from the late seventh century to the early eighth century, the Ritsuryo system was established.
  940. In the seventh month an order for the various provinces to supply an average level of relief was promulgated; enemies of the Court were defined as limited to only the Hojo clan, and relief for their fiefs was left up to the provincial governors of the various provinces.
  941. In the seventh month of 33 B.C., Mimana (the Gaya confederacy of southern Korea) dispatched Sonakashichi to pay tribute to Japan's imperial court.
  942. In the seventh month of 38 B.C., Iiirine presented the sacred treasure of Izumo Taisha Shrine to the emperor.
  943. In the seventh month, the ringleaders of the rebellion, the retired Emperors Gotoba and Juntoku, were exiled to the islands of Oki and Sado, respectively.
  944. In the seventh volume "Consideration of the jobs of people", he painted a very loyal hero who sacrificed himself to his lord, and an ordinary man who killed himself because he could not uphold the order from his lord, with the same brush.
  945. In the sewing up process, the sizes may be adjusted, worn out parts are mended, or changing of the worn out parts with another concealed part called 'Kurimawashi' is performed.
  946. In the shadow of both Kyoto and Tokyo
  947. In the ship Tadamitsu and all who went with him cut hair and showed their determination.
  948. In the shoen governing system formed in this way, the lords who had effective dominion over the shoen were called honjo.
  949. In the shogun family of the Muromachi period, the Tenmoku tea bowl or celadon porcelain tea bowl of Ryusengama were appreciated because of the tea drinking culture that valued Tang-style tea bowls, but Juko praised plain "Juko bowls" and established the tea ceremony using such plain tea utensils.
  950. In the shogunate system, the Imperial Court had restrictions put on it by the shogunate, but it was nominally situated at the top of the order of authority and the religious system.
  951. In the shoin, left of the toko, there is Katomado and chigaidana set a little apart from its left front side.
  952. In the shooting of "Kurutta Kajitsu," the first scene on the first day was a kiss between Yujiro ISHIHARA and Mie KITAHARA.
  953. In the shops with the conveyer belt for collecting dishes, the number of plates of the consumed sushi is counted automatically and the calculated price is displayed.
  954. In the shops, there are posters of soup in a pot with the logo, 'health food.'
  955. In the short marriage between Yoshiko and Morisada, they were blessed with two sons; the eldest, Morihiro HOSOKAWA, later became Prime Minister, and the second son, Tadateru, was later adopted by the Konoe Family.
  956. In the short story collection, it is slightly different version can be seen, 'The man was already hurrying to Kyoto in the rain to commit robbery.'
  957. In the short time of 10 to 15 minutes before heading off to the Ministry, he showed affection to his only daughter, Yoshiko, by lifting her in his arms.
  958. In the shoya (village headman) residence in this village, there still remains a document in the Oshio Heihachiro-no-ran (the rebellion of Oshio Heihachiro), which was issued and distributed by the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) to arrest him.
  959. In the shrine, there is a well curb that is mentioned in Ise Monogatari.
  960. In the shuriken (a small throwing blade) art, they have a technique to keep a sword in one hand and throw shuriken with the other hand.
  961. In the silver mines of the time, 'kedae' (a respiratory disease), caused by the mine dust filling the pit, was a problem.
  962. In the simple style, Koshidaka-shoji was used instead of Mairado and Akari-shoji.
  963. In the single distilled shochu industry, big barley shochu makers in Oita often outsource the production of barley shochu to sweet potato shochu makers in Kagoshima and Miyazaki during their off-season.
  964. In the single distilled shochu industry, there is an often used system, the so-called "buying in barrels" "selling in barrels."
  965. In the site of Byodoin Temple
  966. In the site of Kumano-jinjya Shrine, 'the monument of Shigeyoshi MORI' was built in 1972, and 'Sangaku-jinjya Shrine' (shrine of mathematics) was built aside of it in 1973.
  967. In the site where it was located previously, Sotaiin, a minor temple for Chion-in Temple, was erected; however, the remains of the original grave were preserved by Dosei SHOYO, one of the bugyo (magistrates) for Sakuji (construction) of Chion-in Temple.
  968. In the situation that the powers of each place were independent, there was no substantial meaning to rule Kyoto which was already devastated by the fires of war, but the Palace of shogun was still in Kyoto, so that the guard of shogun was the best opportunity to show their powers.
  969. In the situation where he had a lot of enemies at home and abroad as an upstart, he governed the Province, and when he visited Kyoto he contributed money to the Imperial Court and was appointed to Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and Bungo no kami (Govener of Bungo Province).
  970. In the six-car configuration, the three cars on the Shin-Osaka side are those of Amanohashidate nos. 1 or 4, which are sometimes added or detached.
  971. In the sixteenth century, Hikosaburo MITSUDA, a descendant of Yazaemon, went to Guangzho City in Ming and studied weaving techniques.
  972. In the sixth "alternate writing," it is written 'gods of trees are called Kukunochi no kami,' and is considered the generic name for gods of trees.
  973. In the sixth addendum to chapter five of the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), the appearance of Yasomagatsuhi no kami was followed by the production of two deities, Kaminahohi no kami and Ohonahohi no kami.
  974. In the sixth century, kilns for Sueki were made in various locations in Japan.
  975. In the sixth story from the top, there was a twelve-mat Japanese room with a Japanese ink painting of plum trees.
  976. In the sixth volume "Consideration of the importance of the national laws", Fukuzawa described the action by Ako Roshi as a private sanction, thus not a right thing to do.
  977. In the sixth year of Emperor Suijin's rein (92 B.C.), she dedicated herself to enshrine Amaterasu Omikami (the Sun Goddess) at Kasanuinomura Village by the Imperial order of her father.
  978. In the slinging techniques, those who mastered the skill were called "Inji uchi" or "Inji zukai" (a slinger).
  979. In the small domain, the bangashira, rusui (caretaker) and koyonin may have been roughly similar in rank, or the bangashira may have ranked higher.
  980. In the small domain, the yojin supported the chief retainer in all matters and ranked higher than the bangashira.
  981. In the small domains involved in this system, most of the upper class, including even the Karo officers, earned only a humble stipend.
  982. In the small islands located southeast of the main islands of Japan, the Gusuku period started around the 12th century.
  983. In the small islands southeast of the main islands of Japan, life were characteristic of those during the Paleolithic Period in the first half of this period, but the shell mound period started around 60,000 years ago and continued until around the end of the Heian period.
  984. In the small lion type, one person swings the headgear and also mimics the movements of the body part of the lion.
  985. In the small yagura built in the local fortress, there was one room and no distinction between the main building and an aisle.
  986. In the small-scale open burnings that have been conducted by the native inhabitants, the land will be left as is after the use for a short period of time, and the land regrow.
  987. In the small-scale whaling business, it has been traditional custom that whale meat is allotted to each worker engaged in hunting whales as a kind of material compensation, and use of the meat through such custom is still existing in some areas.
  988. In the smaller domains, the Yonin was second to the elders as chief retainers and, it was common to provide the elders with a whole range of assistance.
  989. In the so music of the Yamada school, chuzao shamisen (shamisen smaller than jiuta shamisen) for joruri instead of jiuta shamisen is generally used for ensemble.
  990. In the so music of the Yamada school, some pieces are played with (played in turn, i.e., exchange of performances) the music of joruri such as the Icchubushi (a school of joruri), a different genre from sankyoku.
  991. In the social education setting, there are a lot of nature observation meetings or nature observation classes hosted by museums or various nature-related organizations.
  992. In the social status, they ranked at lower position but showed superiority over the samurai class at times with their outstanding craftsmanship and abundant financial resources, which contributed to the development of distinctive urban cultures (Chonin culture [townsmen culture].)
  993. In the society after the mid-Heian period, girls from the middle-ranking families such as Zuryo (the head of the provincial governors) often entered the service, therefore they were intelligent.
  994. In the society of buke, 'tono' and 'tonosama' were generally used as the mainstream honorific titles for a lord.
  995. In the society of court nobles in ancient times, there was also a custom to exchange Kusudama gifts with one another.
  996. In the society of the nobility of the middle Heian period, the trend of the "succession of family business" rapidly became popular, and only specific families began to occupy certain government official posts or occupations.
  997. In the society, importance became to be placed on 'money' more than on 'social status', resultantly advancing the modernization of Japan.
  998. In the some schools, it is called 'kingo.'
  999. In the south are Shibutani-kofun Tumulus as the main tumulus with Uenoyama-kofun Tumulus Cluster (125 meters) and Shiurozuka-kofun Tumulus (120 meters), and in the west are tumuli including Yanagimoto Otsuka-kofun Tumulus (94 meters) and so on.
  1000. In the south area, a large building site measuring 20 meters by 11.2 meters has been found.

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