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  1. In the south it ends at the crossing with Shiokoji-dori Street in Higashiyama Ward, and further south of the Shiokoji-dori Street it is called Shidan-kaido Road.
  2. In the south it has the following famous temples, shrines and historical sites: Heian-jingu Shrine, Nanzen-ji Temple, Jisho-ji Temple (Ginkaku-ji Temple), Shimogamo-jinja Shrine (Kamomioya-jinja Shrine) and Shugakuin Palace.
  3. In the south learning, a method of learning from Gi Shin was adopted, and annotation by Jo Gen such as "Mao shi," 'Sanrai' (three classical texts on rites), as well as annotation by Wang Bi for "Zhouyi," Gikoden for "Shosho," and annotation by To Yo for "Shunju" were honored.
  4. In the south of Platform 2 and 3, two side tracks are provided.
  5. In the south of the Higashibisashi (eastern outer area) was the Ukon-no-Jin-no-Za which served as an office for Ukonefu (Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) officers.
  6. In the south of the castle, there was a chaya (tea house) built by Morinaga.
  7. In the south of the temple precinct, Ojo Gokuraku-in Hall stands in the hair moss-covered Ruriko-tei Garden.
  8. In the south part of Sakhalin there were more than 250 religious institutions in 1945 (Buddhist temples 150, [Shinto] Shrines 50, Tenrikyo churches 50, Catholic churches 4, Protestant churches 5).
  9. In the south parts of Bigo Province in the eastern parts of Hiroshima Prefecture, centering on Fuchu City (Hiroshima Prefecture), there is okonomiyaki called Fuchufu-okonomiyaki or Fuchuyaki, which includes minced pork.
  10. In the south, it connects to Shimogamohon-dori Street at the west end of Aoi-bashi Bridge, and runs south as Kawaramachi-dori Street.
  11. In the south, it goes through Togetu-kyo Bridge and becomes Saga kaido and runs south on the right side shore of the Katsura-gawa River.
  12. In the south, there was an eight-mat Japanese room with a painting of wise men and a steed emerging from a gourd.
  13. In the south, there were twelve-mat and eight-mat Japanese rooms.
  14. In the southern Kanto region
  15. In the southern area of the Koma County and Yatsushiro County, they possessed a gold mine operated independently by the Anayama clan, which had broken away from the head of the Takeda family.
  16. In the southern end of Oshima Peninsula in the Satsumon era, corresponding to the preceding stage of the Ainu culture establishment, the Aonae culture had been established, which was the Creole style culture, produced between Satsumon culture and Honshu (main island of Japan) Haji ware culture.
  17. In the southern garden of the Shogunal Palace where 90 members of the Wada clan, who visited for plea for sparing his life, were staying, Tanenaga was tied with rope and pulled up; this created a great feeling of embarrassment for the Wada family.
  18. In the southern part of Tohoku region, there is another 'Genpatsu Ginza,' that is, Hamadori District.
  19. In the southern part of Yamashiro Province, where the Yamashironokuni Riot occurred, self-government (in addition to regional ruling classes, farmers, etc.) also participated.
  20. In the southern part of the prefecture, a relay station for three private broadcasting stations based in Osaka is placed in Imagumano, Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto City, but with its output power being small, 300 W, their programs cannot be received comfortably in various places of even the central Kyoto City area.
  21. In the southern part of the ward stretches Ogura-ike Reclaimed Land extending over Uji City and the town of Kumiyama-cho.
  22. In the southern part, however, there are famous shrines and temples such as Rokuon-ji Temple (Kinkaku-ji Temple), Daitoku-ji Temple, Kamigamo-jinja Shrine (Kamo-Wake-Ikazuchi-jinja Shrine), Shoden-ji Temple, and Koetsu-ji Temple.
  23. In the southern section of Sendai Station, Shinkansen train-cars of any types except E1 series of JR East are used, and E2 series Shinkansen train-cars, E3 series Shinkansen train-cars (in the 'Komachi' organization, and also for connecting additional train-cars), and E4 series Shinkansen train-cars are used in the northern section of Sendai Station.
  24. In the southwest an attached temple (Koriyama-haiji Temple) was built around the same time.
  25. In the special handling system, as long as nengajo is brought to a specified post office during a specific period at the end of the year (specifically from December 20 to December 30), it will be delivered no sooner than New Year's Day postmarked with the date "January 1."
  26. In the spring in 1550, there was a rumor spreading that Takafusa would rise in rebellion, so Yoshitaka's close associate, Takatoyo REIZEI even proposed Yoshitaka to kill Takafusa.
  27. In the spring in Japan, people gather under blooming cherry trees to hold a party.
  28. In the spring in the same year, he got sick at the front while attacking Oguri Castle in Hitachi Province to subjugate Fusaaki UESUGI and Kagenaka NAGAO by the order of Shigeuji, and he died of sickness on June 14.
  29. In the spring of 1031, when Yorinobu was to leave for Kazusa Province, Tadatsune entered into priesthood and surrendered with his children and followers.
  30. In the spring of 1333, while traveling with his teacher Nichimoku, who was to preach Buddhism to the Emperor in Kyoto, Nichimoku died in Tarui in Mino Province along the way and, taking over Nichimoku's will, Nichizon entered Kyoto.
  31. In the spring of 1334, Nichizon preached Buddhism to Emperor Godaigo.
  32. In the spring of 1499,
  33. In the spring of 1576, Kennyo raised an army for the third time in cooperation with Shogun Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA, who was taken up by the Mori clan.
  34. In the spring of 1577, the eighth dayu Motohisa suddenly died in Mikawa Yoshida.
  35. In the spring of 1603, they built a stage at Kitanotenman-gu Shrine and put on a show.
  36. In the spring of 1689, in preparation to begin his journey, Basho vacated the Bashoan (the hut, in which Basho lived) near Sumida-gawa River.
  37. In the spring of 1771, Junan NAKAGAWA called on the Capit?o (head) of the Dejima Factory during the Edo shogunate years.
  38. In the spring of 1862, Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA and Shungaku MATSUDAIRA returned to the shogunate government due to political tactics of Hisamitsu SHIMAZU, and Shungaku said 'Shogun Iemochi TOKUGAWA should go to Kyoto and apologize for his misgovernment to the Emperor.'
  39. In the spring of 1865, he became a Shoshi shirabeyaku ken kansatsu (Shinsengumi's organizational post for investigating movements of the opponents and keeping the Shinsengumi members under control) and instructor of Gekken martial art.
  40. In the spring of 1872, due to the recommendation of Tesshu YAMAOKA and Kaishu KATSU, there was a talk about herding cattle at Izu Oshima Island.
  41. In the spring of 1880, he left his wife and son in Kofu to leave for Tokyo alone to seriously study religion and entered 'Toyo Eiwa School' of Azabu and performed missionary works at Ushigome Church while studying.
  42. In the spring of 1885, he took a leave from Daishin-in for medical treatment in Atami.
  43. In the spring of 1925, Naruo Race Track of Hanshin Horse Racing Club was leased to hold horse racing, which was the first horse racing event accompanied by the sale of betting tickets based on the Horse Racing Act.
  44. In the spring of 1928, the mare version of the united race, united races for homebred mares, was founded and conducted until the autumn of 1937.
  45. In the spring of 2008, the anthology was republished in the Iwanami Bunko edition (annotated by Tadashi IWASA).
  46. In the spring of 569, an edict stated that many people were exempt from paying taxes even if they were older than ten years old because they were not listed in the family register in Shirai no Miyake, Kibi Province.
  47. In the spring of 815, he sent Koshu, his discipline, to powerful priests in the eastern region, such as Tokuichi Bosatsu in Aizu Province, and Kochi zenji and Mantoku (萬徳) Bosatsu (it may have been Kitoku) to request copying the scriptures of Esoteric Buddhism.
  48. In the spring of 819, a boundary was set around an approx. 27.3 km square area, and the work to build Buddhist temples there started.
  49. In the spring of 898, Yoshimitsu became a monjosho (student of literary studies in the Imperial University).
  50. In the spring of 991, he and MINAMOTO no Yorimitsu defeated ogres.
  51. In the spring of the following year, word came to Kaoru, via Akashi no himegimi (young lady Akashi), that Ukifune was alive.
  52. In the spring, many people visit Hase-dera Temple, and Manago and Maroya appear.
  53. In the stabilized period of the Edo period, Soko YAMAGA gravitated toward the thought of 'Shokubunron (theory of duty)'.
  54. In the stage in which only Chikuzen and Buzen were remaining, intervention of the central troops of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI commenced and the Shimazu clan surrendered.
  55. In the stage production by Hakuo, Daigakunosuke was killed at Enma-do Temple, but he was in fact Taheiji disguised as Daigakunosuke, who then appeared through Hayagawari.
  56. In the staging, Danshichi blocks the young man with hayashikotoba and two entered the passage dancing.
  57. In the standard viewpoint of feng shui, Mt. Funaoka is interpreted as Seiho, to which Sanryu, a dragon of mountains, is headed via Genbu.
  58. In the state sovereignty theory, any state has its sovereign power from a viewpoint of sovereignty.
  59. In the statement, he pointed out the land issues described above and indicated that they disrupted the local politics.
  60. In the station area, a local company built an urban-style large shop, and during Japan's period of rapid growth, the area was fairly busy.
  61. In the station building, there is a kiosk and a relatively large waiting room with a television set.
  62. In the stone chamber a hollowed-out wooden coffin whose semi-circular cross section is more than 1 meter in full length was placed on the clay floor.
  63. In the stories of India and Southeast Asia, deer and monkeys step on the backs of reptilian crocodiles in order to get across something, and this association has been pointed out by researchers.
  64. In the story of "Hachinoki," he was hospitable to a monk who stayed overnight at his house on a snowy day despite his poverty.
  65. In the story of 'Tsutsuizutsu' in Ise Monogatari, a woman rejects an offer for marriage to wait for her beloved man, and after marriage, again waits for her unfaithful husband's return.
  66. In the story of Ama no Iwato (the hiding of Amaterasu Omikami, the sun goddess, in the heavenly rock cave), she created the Mirror of Yata (the eight-span mirror: one of the Imperial regalia).
  67. In the story of Ikkyu san, Ikkyu found Osho (a priest)'s treasured mizuame and ate the whole thing while he was out, and his story about making an excuse was famous, and its content is similar to that of "Busu" of kyogen (a farce played during a noh play cycle).
  68. In the story of Kamiumi (the birth of the kami) in the Japanese Mythology, Ameno mikumari no kami and Kunino mikumari no kami appear as children of two gods, Hayaakitsuhiko and Hayaakitsuhime.
  69. In the story of Munenori YAGYU, there is a description about Hidemasa at the conquest and siege of Odawara.
  70. In the story of Umisachi Yamasachi, he appeared in front of Hoori (Yamasachihiko) who was grieving after losing Hoderi's (Umisachihiko's) fishhook.
  71. In the story, Kinu was called by her nickname "Yoarashi Okinu" from her death poem, "Yoarashi no Samete Atonashi Hana no Yume" (Wake up and there is no sign of night storm, it was dream of flower).
  72. In the story, a stone is transformed into a woman whose name includes the character for stone.
  73. In the story, she became a wife of Prince Yamashiro no oe and they were compatible married couple.
  74. In the story, she was the very image of her father, Prince Umayado, but she was congenitally handicapped and took over her father's supernatural power.
  75. In the story, the world of "Kirare Yosa" (Yosa with a scar face) is mixed with family troubles caused by a yoto sword (mysterious sword) named Muramasa, but nowadays, only the portion related to Chizimiya Shinsuke is performed.
  76. In the storyline, Issunboshi went to Kyoto because he wanted to become a samurai.
  77. In the stream of modernization in Western style, newspapers and bulletins such as "Meiroku Zasshi" appeared one after another.
  78. In the strict definition, a sando indicates only the passage within the grounds defined by a torii (an archway to a Shinto shrine) or a sanmon gate (a temple gate).
  79. In the strict sense of the word, however, many things classified as Wayo are not of Japanese origin.
  80. In the strict sense, it lasted only 74 years from 710 to 784 when the Emperor Kanmu transferred the capital to Nagaokakyo.
  81. In the strict sense, it was a term only related to the social status of a samurai who had a master-servant relationship from the Muromachi to the Edo period.
  82. In the strictest sense, the names were limited to the 54 chapter titles of Genji Monogatari.
  83. In the structure of stratified land ruling by shokan, ryoke and honke, the right held by each subject is called 'shiki.'
  84. In the study of Japanese classical literature beginning in the middle of the Edo period, however, it was often contrasted with 'kara-gokoro' (Chinese mindedness).
  85. In the study of ancient history of Japan, the example that shows exchange of instructions between government officials in detail was rarely the case.
  86. In the study of clothing and accessories, the sleeves having the features of Tsutsusode are called Tsutsusode whether they are Wafuku or Western clothing.
  87. In the study of history, komonjo (literally, old documents) refers to methods created to communicate one's intentions to a specific addressee.
  88. In the study of the compilers conducted after the war, there is the strong opinion that leading officials in bakufu like people around the Kanazawa-Hojo clan compiled it.
  89. In the style of Tokaidochu Hizakurige by Ikku JUPPENSHA, the story develops around hilarious incidents that the two leading characters who were the great-great grandsons of Yajirobei and Kitahachi (who were the main characters of Tokaidochu Hizakurige) encountered on a trip to London, England to visit the London World Exposition.
  90. In the style of play called Fukushiki Mugen-Noh, at first a seemingly mysterious person appears on the stage, and then is found to be a ghost at the end of the first part.
  91. In the sub-category of swords, in many cases, only the blade of the tachi (long sword), tanto (dagger) or other swords are made a national treasure, while in the case of kazari-tachi (decorative swords), most often it is the exterior bodywork (the hilt, etc.), not the blade, that is named a national treasure.
  92. In the subject of criminal policy, this word is often used together with the word "protection" to make a word "protective observation" which in fact means probation.
  93. In the subjugation of Takeda by Nobunaga ODA in 1582, Nobukimi betrayed Katsuyori at the last minute and collaborated with Nobunaga through Ieyasu TOKUGAWA (some say he had been in contact with Tokugawa for several years).
  94. In the subsequent Kiyosu Meeting, Hideyoshi HASHIBA seized power from the Oda clan, and Hidekatsu HASHIBA (Otsugi), Nobunaga's fourth son who had been adopted by Hideyoshi, then entered the Kameyama-jo Castle.
  95. In the subsequent Kyoto gubernatorial election in 1978, Toshimasa SUGIMURA, the candidate to succeed him was defeated by Yukio HAYASHIDA who was backed by the LDP, and the twenty-eight years of reformist government ended.
  96. In the subsequent battle of Yamazaki, he was routed ? then, he changed his name to Genemon AMANO and become a lordless warrior.
  97. In the subsequent battles with the Amago and the Otomo clans, the Mori clan took advantage of the shogunal mediation which gave them the edge.
  98. In the subsequent calendar reform the date and designation in the 27 mansions disappeared however the date for starting New Year's preparations remained 13th December.
  99. In the subsequent description, Empress Jingu was possessed by the god and gave oracle.
  100. In the subsequent important battles such as the Kinmon Incident, the first conquest of Choshu and the second conquest of Choshu, he showed his ability in collecting information on the progress and situations of a battle and provided accurate information to Isami KONDO and the Aizu domain.
  101. In the subsequent years, Jukai ICHIKAWA III and Hakuo MATSUMOTO I among others were renowned for playing the role of Gengobei.
  102. In the suburbs of metropolitan areas, there are some taxi companies that post available job positions on advertisements hung in trains (this is mainly performed by taxi companies belonging to a private railway group) and commercials on the radio.
  103. In the suburbs, the lotus leaf trade continues as it is, with local people having sold seasonal items as lucky charms for generations at festivals and so on.
  104. In the succeeding era of Zonnyo, it became more influential and Hongwan-ji groups were established in Omi Province (Shiga Prefecture), Kaga Province (Ishikawa Prefecture), Noto Province (Ishikawa Prefecture), Echizen Province (Fukui Prefecture), etc.
  105. In the summer evening, Genji catches a glimpse of Utsusemi and her daughter-in-law, Nokiba no Ogi, having a game of Go, and he grows affectionate toward her.
  106. In the summer of 1564, the Oda army invaded Mino province, attacking Michitoshi NAGAI's Donohora-jo Castle and driving the castle to surrender.
  107. In the summer of 1781, he published "Tososuikyoroku (Medical guidebook for smallpox)" when he was 29.
  108. In the summer of 1820, a shopkeeper of a bookshop introduced Kanetane to Atsutane HIRATA's works including "Tama no Mihashira" (Concept of Afterlife), "Koshi Seibun" (Early History) and "Koshicho" (Clarification of Early History), then he grew a longing for the study of Japanese Kodo.
  109. In the summer of 1886, he lived together with Marie, who was working at the caf? on the first floor of Naojiro's boarding house, and went on a trip with her to do some sketching as well as to avoid the heat.
  110. In the summer of 1888, during his tenure as the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Commissioner, MISHIMA fell ill.
  111. In the summer of 1939, the Kyozo (scripture repository) and other isolated buildings were all lost during a short period due to a wildfire that struck Upper Daigo.
  112. In the summer of 1980 a ground-breaking ceremony was held with the cooperation of Shin-Yakushi-ji Temple and Kagami-jinja Shrine, and at the end of that year the topping out ceremony was held.
  113. In the summer of 2006, 'Hirayama Sueshige Festa' was held in Hino City (Tokyo), and to the present, he has been talked about as a local hero, contributing to the development of the city.
  114. In the summer of that year, the mayor made a statement of enacting the Bunkan tax for the second time.
  115. In the summer of the year when lotus flowers are at their best, a ceremony to consecrate a newly made Buddhist image for Onna Sannomiya (the Third Princess) is held.
  116. In the summer when Shino was 18 years old, his aunt and uncle secretly substituted Murasame-maru with a fake and sent him to Nariuji ASHIKAGA, kubo in Koga.
  117. In the summer when the temperature is high, sometimes it needs to be stirred twice a day.
  118. In the summer, Fujitsubo takes a short leave from service due to her illness.
  119. In the summer, after a series of victories over the Taira clan army in the Hokuriku region, MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka's army entered into the capital under Hokuriku no Miya, who was a son of the deceased Prince Mochihito.
  120. In the summer, he met high officers such as the Imperial Household Minister Hisamoto HIJIKATA, the chief of Outadokoro (Imperial Poetry Bureau) Masakaze TAKASAKI and the Tokyo Metropolitan Police commissioner Michitsune MISHIMA at the summer resort in Tomioka, Kanazawa Ward, Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture.
  121. In the summer, he took a trip to the Boso area, where he got the idea for his poem "Yoimachi-gusa" (the name of a plant, evening primrose).
  122. In the summer, he went to Oda-jo Castle, Hitachi Province, joined Chikafusa KITABATAKE, and he moved to Suruga Province after the sieges in Seki-jo Castle and Daiho-jo Castle.
  123. In the summer, people can be seen out and about in beach sandals to keep cool.
  124. In the summer, the highway is available from 3 a.m., meeting the needs of climbers who come to pray to the rising sun.
  125. In the summertime, citizens in small groups sometimes come to enjoy barbecues or fireworks.
  126. In the sumo wrestling performance sponsored by the Shinsengumi, he was nicknamed "Riki-san (a powerful person)" for his critical plays.
  127. In the supplementary articles issued to cover the Article 15, the terms of 'Kajibutsu' (Article 231, in 1244) and 'Karyo' (Article 292, in 1253) were used.
  128. In the surrounding area
  129. In the surrounding area of the nearly-completed coins, mold, izao (ways where copper run into), runner of molten copper, and ibari which is stray copper at casting were remained, by which those incomplete ones are considered as bad ones to be discarded.
  130. In the surrounding area were outposts for immigrants, who retreated into the josaku in emergencies.
  131. In the surrounding area, while the surrounding lands have been developed, with suburban shopping centers such as Jusco, old town colonies still exist, but the majority consist of agricultural fields extending in most areas.
  132. In the surrounding mountain regions, the Tanba Highlands extend into Kameoka City, and areas such as Higashibetsuin-cho, Honme-cho and Hatano-cho lie in the mountains, which do not include the Katsura-gawa River system.
  133. In the survey by the Geographical Survey Institute, the entire waterway is described as the Katsura-gawa River, and none of the other names mentioned above have been used.
  134. In the survey conducted in 1979, a layer of 10 to 30cm deep scorched soil was found.
  135. In the surviving fragment of 'Joguki' (Record of the Crown Prince), it is written as Homutawake no miko.
  136. In the sutra Jodokyo, it is said 'Zenritsu Hoben Kenji Sanjo.'
  137. In the sword-drawing form of Japanese martial arts, beginners and some schools have employed wooden swords for training since the Edo period.
  138. In the symposium, 'the day of tamago kake gohan' was determined to be October 30.
  139. In the system at that time, a certain kokudaka (crop yield) was prescribed for each post and if the chigyo fell short of the target, a fixed amount of yakuryo was given.
  140. In the system using Poke-Roke, a Poke-Roke code is assigned to each bus stop to enable finding a destination from among the many bus stops in the city.
  141. In the system, a craftsperson was nominated by the judges appointed by Imperial Household Minister, and then he or she was appointed by the conference summoned by the president of Imperial Museum.
  142. In the taiga drama series screened by NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation) in 1988, we felt that Sanjo fujin herself, performed by Misako KONNO, played the role of an enemy of a concubine (Suwa goryonin), because of her jealous love for Shingen.
  143. In the taiga-drama (NHK Historical Drama) 'Hana no Ran' (literally, turmoil by flower), the view of a fall from a horse was adopted.
  144. In the tako odoshi ryo, divers wave a pole with an octopus on the end in the water and catch Ise ebi with a net when they are scared by the octopus, which is their natural enemy, and try to run away.
  145. In the tale he is reluctant to kill the children as ordered by the Emperor, but there is no evidence to indicate there was an imperial order to kill them.
  146. In the tale of Chushingura, he is depicted as a handsome man who acquired the blueprint of Kira's residence through a carpenter's daughter.
  147. In the tale of Yamasachihiko and Umisachihiko, Hori lost Hoderi's fishing hook and melted down a Totsuka no Tsurugi in order to make a lot of hooks.
  148. In the tale of ogre at Ichijo Modori-bashi Bridge in the chapter, named "Tsurugi (sword)" of "Heike Monogatari (The Tales of the Taira family)", the scene Tsuna slashed off an arm of the ogre was set on Ichijo Modori-bashi Bridge, and after that, it is said that the ogre changed himself into Tsuna's nanny and took his arm away.
  149. In the tale of suppressing Ashihara no nakatsukuni (literally, Central Land of Reed Plains, which refers to the human world), when Ajisukitakahikone attended a funeral of Ame no Wakahiko, he got angry and cut down the funeral hall with a Totsuka no Tsurugi sword.
  150. In the tale, Yorinaga is praised for his excellence in study and impartial manner in the treatment of his followers, and he is described as a perfect regent.
  151. In the tale, she is regarded as 'a clown' as is Omi no Kimi.
  152. In the tanabata legend of Japan and China, Vega, first-magnitude star of Lyra, is known as Orihimeboshi (Shokujosei).
  153. In the tastings, Japanese whiskies were tasted as well as malt whiskies produced in the distilleries regarded as excellent even in Scotland.
  154. In the tea ceremony community, he is famous as a chajin who founded the Sohen school, but in general, he is known as the person who instructed people on the date of the tea ceremony at Kira's residence to Gengo OTAKA during an occasion known as Genroku Ako Incident (the Chusingura incident).
  155. In the tea ceremony procedure using Tana (a shelf on which tea utensils are placed), Futaoki is usually displayed at the end of the tea ceremony; however, the bamboo-made Futaoki is not displayed except special ones.
  156. In the tea ceremony, fresh (and moist) sweets are offered and they are called "omogashi (literally, the main sweets.)
  157. In the tea ceremony, it is not only the coarseness in 'wabi,' but also excellent quality (aesthetics) is requested.
  158. In the teaching of Jodo Shinshu, all people (sentient beings) are considered creatures who don't have wisdom like Buddha and have to live through the degenerate age of Mappo.
  159. In the teaching of Jodo Shinshu, those who awaken faith in the saving grace of Amida Nyorai and express deep feeling of gratitude by reciting his name "Namu Amida Butsu," are to be reborn in the Pure Land of Amida and become a Buddha.
  160. In the technical terms of photography, "yakitori" means having 'vertical lines' such as fences or thin poles of streetlights included in the background of a person in a photograph.
  161. In the technique, pictures, patterns, or letters are drawn with urushi (a Japanese lacquer) on the surface of lacquerware, and metal powder, such as of gold or silver, is sprinkled before the urushi dries to secure the design on the lacquer surface.
  162. In the temple's precincts there are three ancient tombs which were constructed in around the six century, called the Daruma-ji first, second and third tombs, and the hondo (main hall) of the temple is built on the third tomb.
  163. In the temples which have long histories, some Kuri are designated as cultural property.
  164. In the temporary open-air Noh theaters described above, it is required to use a microphone to a certain extent, and it is quite difficult to amplify the voice, because a mask is worn.
  165. In the tenth addendum to the same chapter, the description differs slightly from the previous one in that Izanagi produced Ohonahohi no kami during the misogi and later produced Oayatsuhi no kami (synonymous with Omagatsu no kami).
  166. In the tenth century Nyujoshinko, the faith in which Kukai had fallen into deep meditation, was created at Koyasan.
  167. In the tenth century, however, it came to be financed by shozei (rice tax stored in provincial offices' warehouse) of kokuga (provincial government offices) and in the eleventh century, the system was established under which temples/shrines were allowed to directly collect zatsueki by obtaining kokuga's permission.
  168. In the tenth century, however, these influential families obtained fuyu no ken (the right of tax exemption) by Daijokanpu (official documents issued by Daijokan, Grand Council of State)/Minbushofu (official documents issued by Minbusho, Ministry of Popular Affaires) and converted their shoen into fuyusoden in effect.
  169. In the tenth century, the tax system consisting of koseki system and handen shuju sei in ancient times collapsed and started to transfer to kokushi ukeoi (a system to make local government officials cope with all local taxes in their provinces) which made kokushi (provincial governors) undertake the land tax payment.
  170. In the tenth general election of members of the House of Representatives, the Seiyu party won 187 seats, and almost became the majority; Aritomo YAMAGATA, who feared the stability of the party, reported to the throne that the cabinet was not effective in its financial policy or regulation of socialism.
  171. In the tenth month of the 39th year of the same reign, he made one thousand swords at Utonokawakami no miya Shrine, which was possibly in the vicinity of present Jinenda, Hannan City, Osaka Prefecture).
  172. In the tenth month of the same year, the party left the port under the jurisdiction of Suzhou on four vessels; however, they were caught in a storm in the East China Sea and lost sight of each other.
  173. In the tenth month, peace was achieved within the Kinai region and the Shido Shogun once again left for their posts.
  174. In the tenth to the eleventh century, people called 'tanbugei no hai'/'buyu no hito' (a person excelled in military art) became the origin of samurai families and a person who led such families was called 'Bumon no toryo.'
  175. In the terminology of Wafuku, the ensemble means a set of Nagagi and Haori made of the same cloth.
  176. In the territorial laws propagated by Sengoku daimyos (Japanese territorial lords in the Sengoku period), they were listed on the top of prohibited behaviors.
  177. In the territory of Sezaemon, people speak ill of Daigakunosuke because he enjoys hawking there.
  178. In the text of the Nihonshoki, Susano bore five male gods and proved that he did not have any evil intentions.
  179. In the text, she was referred to as 'hime' (princess), 'musume' (daughter) or 'onna' (wife) and has no fixed name.
  180. In the the Keicho Period, Kobanshi leaded Fukiya craftmen, submitting bankin (gold coins) they had made to Goto office, selling it to exchanger after correcting a carat and ryome (a weighed value) and having hallmark printed on it, which was called the form of Temaebuki.
  181. In the the Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States), the popularization and spread of culture to local regions were accelerated.
  182. In the the Sengoku period, otogishu was more likely to be a counselor, therefore, people like Buddhist priest, chief retainer who retired and withdrew to the sidelines, downfallen daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) and busho (Japanese military commander) in the form of a Buddhist priest served as otogishu.
  183. In the theory of Gojihakkyosetsu, it is considered that, as a matter of course, Shakyamuni preached a perfect teaching as symbolized by Myo, which means Myohorengekyo; i.e., the sutra Hokkekyo, in 'Enkyo.'
  184. In the theory which interprets 'Yin Water Sheep' as 503, 'Shima' who ordered a mirror to pray for the longevity was Muryeong-wang (another name King Shima) of Baekje which was then allied with Wakoku (Japan).
  185. In the third Diet convened after election, minto impeached the government, and even the House of Peers (Japan) which should have been pro-government started to stand back from the MATSUKATA cabinet.
  186. In the third Kenzuishi (608), ONO no Imoko, chief of the envoy, NANIWANOKISHI Onari, deputy chief, and KURATSUKURI no fukuri, translator, were sent to Tang China with a party of HAI Seisei (an envoy of Sui Dynasty to Japan) and other eight students with another Johyobun (official letter) to the Tang's Emperor.
  187. In the third chapter, Bunzo's monologues increased and the narrator stepped back to the background who was in the first chapter telling the story to the readers and notably seized the control of the story.
  188. In the third fall since Kaoru started to visit them, he caught a glimpse of the daughters playing so (a long Japanese zither with thirteen strings) and biwa (a Japanese lute) under the remaining moon at dawn, when he visited the residence of Uji where Hachi no Miya was absent.
  189. In the third month of 1177, he was named a Dainagon (chief councilor of state), and then in the twelfth month was also made Sakonoe Daisho, or Commander of the Left Imperial Guard.
  190. In the third part, the outline of individual operation plans for a Japanese military doctrine and the imagined enemy was stated.
  191. In the third place, with respect to the judicatory power, pursuant to Article 57, it was stipulated to be exercised by the Courts of Law according to law, in the name of the Emperor.
  192. In the third round of the nightingale theme, MINAMOTO no Hiromasa, who was the reciter of the right side, mistakenly read the willow poem meant for the fourth round.
  193. In the third story from the top, there were no paintings.
  194. In the third year of Emperor Annei's reign, she ascended to be the Empress.
  195. In the third year of Koka, he met Tesseki FUJIMOTO, the leader of Tenchu-gumi, and deepened friendship with him.
  196. In the third year of Manji era, however, the Zin family of Kyo-hakari-za fought against the Shuzui family of Edo-hakari-za.
  197. In the thirteenth century, the Mongols invaded twice, these invasions being called the Bunei engagement of 1274 and the Koan engagement of 1281, so called from the names of the eras in which they occurred.
  198. In the time I spent not seeing you'
  199. In the time from the end of the Edo period to the beginning of the Meiji period, it was raised by gardeners and artisans of garden trees who had established a colony in Somei Village, in Edo (the present-day Komagome, Toshima Ward, Tokyo Prefecture), and was sold as 'Yoshinozakura' (meaning Yamazakura, or Prunus jamasakura).
  200. In the time of Hoensha
  201. In the time of Ichizawa Hanpu, they were popular among young people as brandname products, and have remained very popular as bags to carry equipment for photography, mountain climbing, or geological research.
  202. In the time of Mototsune's son FUJIWARA no Tokihira, SUGAWARA no Michizane came to the forefront as his rival, but in 901, Tokihira caused Michizane to be demoted (the Shotai Incident).
  203. In the time of Myoen and on, the mainstream of the school was moved to Nara and Kamakura, and the school declined.
  204. In the time of Northern Zhou, Sui, and Tang dynasties, Yong Zhou was the state where Changan, national capital existed, accordingly its president was not Zhoucishi but Zhoumu, the title of the peerage and salary of which were higher than shishi (Provincial Governor).
  205. In the time of Okazaki, Mikawa Province
  206. In the time of Sadatoki HOJO, TAIRA no Yoritsuna, the highest rank of Miuchibito, was called Uchi-Kanrei or Miuchi-tonin (a house steward of the Tokuso family, but Uchi-Kanrei was not an official post of the Kamakura bakufu).
  207. In the time of Tsunatoshi HOSOKAWA, Tadashige (Tadasue), the son of Tadaharu, succeeded the total of 6000 koku, and his descendant successively ranked as the head of the family.
  208. In the time of Yoshimoto HOSOKAWA, the legitimate child of Motokatsu, he became a vassal of the Akita clan, and the descendants served as Karo (chief retainer).
  209. In the time of the Nara Electric Railway (the predecessor of the Kintetsu Kyoto Line), the company provided route bus services under its direct operation, and therefore the station has long functioned as a bus terminal.
  210. In the time of the Qing dynasty, when white paper was invented, the engraved print, rubbed by ink stick made from lamp soot until it became shiny, was born.
  211. In the time of the lord of Chikugo Province
  212. In the time when it was common for men to write in Chinese characters, he pretended to be a woman and wrote, in Hiragana, a journal of his journey from Tosa Province to Kyoto.
  213. In the time when the manuscripts were made by people, it was not unusual that people copied only a part of the whole book which they wanted to keep, or have somebody read.
  214. In the time when the system of the ownership of all lands and serfs by the emperor was functioning, government officials including kokuga (provincial government offices) exclusively owned judicial and administrative authorities.
  215. In the timetable revision of March 24, 2001, the drastic readjustment of stops and restructuring of types of trains was carried out.
  216. In the topography of Izumo Province, four mountains called "kannabi" are described.
  217. In the tourist season, a train traveling around Lake Biwa is frequently operated as a train reserved for groups.
  218. In the tourist seasons, significant numbers of people use buses arriving at and departing from this terminal in order to avoid the congestion in central Kyoto.
  219. In the town, there was main housing in the buke-zukuri style (architecture representative of a samurai's residence), Umaya (pen for horses) and hut for low ranked people and retainers.
  220. In the trade between Japan and Korea of those days, Japan exported pepper, tanboku (sacred tree), shubeni (scarlet pigment), copper, and gold, while Korea exported cotton cloth.
  221. In the tradesmen's houses in the old urban area, there remains a vaulted ceiling called 'Taka' which is peculiar to this place and is equipped with a pulley used for lifting up household goods to the second floor or attic when a flood occurs.
  222. In the traditional manufacturing method, steamed soybeans (instead of natto available on the market) are placed in rice husks and used once the threads become noticeable.
  223. In the traditional performing arts, performers sometimes go out of their ways to make the audience laugh by off-topic dajare (pun) and inside jokes, and that is called as 'kusuguri'.
  224. In the traditional society in China after the age of the Han dynasty, poetry was an expression of Shidaifu's ideal and was regarded as an essential ability in performing the responsibility of governing a nation and providing relief to people.
  225. In the traditional theories, the place, 'Wada, Togo, Hoki Province', was interpreted as present Yurihamacho Nagouta, but at present it is thought that a character Sho (庄) is missing after 'Togo' and the correct place of the grave is 'Wada, Togoshonai.'
  226. In the training hall of Shozo YURIMOTO in Edo, he learned the Shindo-Munen school of swordsmanship and was given mokuroku (a certificate of the completion of the art) (or might be conferred Menkyo-kaiden [full proficiency]).
  227. In the transcription, the Kunten was added in red ink and bokuten (inking), and wokototen (reading guide marks) were in the form of kokidenten (a style of kunten).
  228. In the transition from the Heian period in which nobles had dominated the politics and culture to the Kamakura period in which bushi began ruling the nation, the uneasy atmosphere spread over people and such people came to rely on Buddhism.
  229. In the transition period from rice curry to curry rice, there were lively discussions on differences between them.
  230. In the translation by Kumaraju, it omits mantra (Shingon) and in (印).
  231. In the triad style, it is common that Seitaka-doji is placed on the right of Fudo Myoo (on the observers' left) and Kongara-doji is placed on the left (on the observers' right).
  232. In the trial, he did tough interrogation to his former boss, Shinpei ETO, and brought him to the death penalty without giving enough chance for him to defense himself.
  233. In the true meaning, all their 'suffering' will be solved when sentient beings become Buddhas and, hence, to become a Buddha upon dying a peaceful death in the Pure Land is the most important part of the 48 Vows.
  234. In the tunnel under Keage Incline, the bricks are arranged in a twisting manner, so it is called 'Nejirimanpo' (twisted tunnel) ("manpo" is considered a dialect word meaning tunnel).
  235. In the tunnel under construction (Yamashi): Currently, female technicians are able to work without problems.
  236. In the turbulent Muromachi period, calligraphy in both the Japanese style and the Chinese style declined.
  237. In the turbulent times at the end of Edo period, Takahiro relinquished the position of the head of the family to his son Takamoto KUKI, retiring on June 10, 1861.
  238. In the turmoil after the collapse of the administration, in 1335, Tsunemori KIKKAWA was, for example, subjected to the Shugo (provincial constable), Nobutake TAKEDA and attacked the Yano-jo castle of Rengaku KUMAGAI who was on the side of the Southern Court.
  239. In the turmoil of the anti-Buddhist movement, the temple became extinct because they lost their territories and their fiscal foundation, and priests of this temple had to return to secular life or become Shinto priests of Isonokami-jingu Shrine.
  240. In the twelfth century, at the end of the Heian period, Shogakuin declined along with other Daigaku-besso.
  241. In the twelfth century, the local officials in the Heian and Kamakura periods imposed taxes on residents as one of the kuniyaku (public duties) and strived to gain control over the domain.
  242. In the twelfth month (eleventh month in old lunar calender) of 1178, Empress Tokuko gave birth to a boy (the soon-to-be Emperor Antoku), who was immediately invested as crown prince Tokihito.
  243. In the twelfth month 30 B.C., the emperor died at the age 120 (the Kojiki states that he died at the age 168 in the twelfth month of the year of the Yang Earth Tiger).
  244. In the twelfth month, new lords of the eight ministries were appointed in a reshuffle of the bureaucracy that paid no attention to conventions of family status.
  245. In the twentieth century, English and French translations were introduced to Western countries, and it came to be evaluated highly in terms of its resemblance to twentieth-century literature such as "Remembrance of Things Past," by Proust.
  246. In the twentieth century, sashimi became incorporated into the cuisines of countries around the world.
  247. In the underground path connecting the north entrance/exit gate and south entrance/exit gate, located outside these gates, there is a Kyoto City center for certificate issuance and a commuter ticket sales office of the Transportation Bureau.
  248. In the undue focus on depicting real life, the serenity and the heart of the "aisatsu" (greeting) in haiku, as practiced by Kenkichi YAMAMOTO, was lost.
  249. In the university, he started the Japanese club and studied manners of English gentlemen.
  250. In the unknown or lost writings of "Buzennokuni fudoki" (records of the culture and geography of the Buzen Province) it is described that the name Kaharu-gami came from the fact that a god from Silla came and lived on the banks.
  251. In the upheaval of the final days of the Tokugawa shogunate, Juntaro's father Sobei, Juntaro and his younger brother Naojiro, lived in Nagasaki to work or study.
  252. In the upper part of the mural, a canopy is depicted in the center, tennin in the left and?right.
  253. In the upper part of the painting, there are inscriptions in the form of a commentary by Taigaku-Shusu and poems by 30 Zen priests, including Gyokuen Bonbo.
  254. In the upper room there are sliding screen paintings attributed to Musashi MIYAMOTO, such as his "Picture of an Eagle".
  255. In the various Japanese Jodo sects, it refers to the following three sutras, which were translated into Chinese characters:
  256. In the various records (including "Tokitsugu Kyoki", the Dairy of Tokitsugu YAMASHINA) in the same period, the term 'Bunin-Ryakumyo' or its shortened form 'Ryakumyo' was found.
  257. In the version of the "Imagawa-ki" produced in the early Edo period, it is called the 'Honkegaeri,' literally 'returning to the main family.'
  258. In the very next year, on the New Year Day, Nukatabe no Himemiko (the Imperial Princess Nukatabe, later Empress Suiko) became the Empress of the Emperor Bidatsu.
  259. In the very same place, Emperor Meiji built Minatogawa-jinja Shrine in 1872 and a bronze statue of Mitsukuni was erected in 1955.
  260. In the very same year, Ieyasu moved from Sunpu and took residence in Edo Castle, but it is said that Edo Castle was then an aging and humble castle.
  261. In the very year of the incident, it was adapted to a play and a novel.
  262. In the vicinity is the former site of Hojuji-dono Palace in which Emperor Goshirakawa resided, and neighboring attractions include Chishaku-in Temple, the Kyoto National Museum, Hoko-ji Temple (Great Buddha), Sanjusangen-do Hall, Imahie-jingu Shrine and the Hoju-ji mausoleum of Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa.
  263. In the vicinity of Gansen-ji Temple and Joruri-ji Temple is the Tono Sekibutsu-gun which consists of numerous stone pagodas and stone Buddhist images (many having been carved directly into natural rock faces) of which most date from during the Kamakura period, including many with Kamakura period inscriptions.
  264. In the vicinity of Japan there are variations from year to year but, on average daytime is approximately 14 minutes longer than night time.
  265. In the vicinity of Mt. Kongo, historic sites that are associated with Masashige including Chihaya-jo Castle which used to be the castle of Masashige KUSUNOKI, a hero of Taiheiki (The Record of the Great Peace), Kamiakasaka-jo Castle, sites of Shimoakasaka-jo Castle, and his birth place are scattered.
  266. In the vicinity of Saijo Inari Shrine in Okayama City, it's difficult to deliver the New Year's postcards on New Year's Day due to the numbers of visitors to the shrine, and therefore the nengajo have been delivered on the previous day, New Year's Eve, since 1978 (according to "NHK News").
  267. In the vicinity of the east crossing on the Misasagi Prefectural Route, a single track and overhead wiring were installed as a connecting track to the new track that ran from this line's outbound-train track to the track of the Kyoto Municipal Subway Tozai Line.
  268. In the vicinity of the mountaintop, there is Tenporin-ji Temple (Gose City) (Daigoha school of Shingonshu sect, Grand Head Temple of Katsuragi Shugendo [Katsuragi Mountain Ascetic]).
  269. In the vicinity, ancient artifacts like kyozutsu (sutra case, container) and so on were also excavated.
  270. In the vicinity, there are Kitamuki-Hachiman-jinja Shrine, for which Yoichi has been believed to have living faith, and Nasu-jinja Shrine, where Yoichi has been worshiped by local people.
  271. In the victory celebration for the battle in which the Takeda clan was destructed, Mitsuhide told, 'It makes all our efforts worthwhile.' and Nobunaga questioned what Mitsuhide said and hit and kicked Mitsuhide saying 'What you did for this result!' and Mitsuhide resented this ("Sofu Monogatari").
  272. In the view of UMEHARA, the theses of Kunio YANAGIDA that nobody who was worshiped as a god died normally, was taken into consideration.
  273. In the view of life and death of Confucianism, when a person dies, his or her soul is separated into two souls, Kon (the positive soul which came from the heavens) and Haku (the negative spirit managing flesh).
  274. In the view of topography, Seta-gawa River is the last line of defence in protecting the Omi no miya, and Prince Otomo (later becoming Emperor Kobun) led a crowd of his retainers and fought the battle.
  275. In the volume eighteenth there is a description that Hideyoshi recounted this episode himself.
  276. In the volume of 'Azumaya' (the volume of a small arbor) yarido (a wooden sliding door) is seen in the veranda of the small house at Sanjo where Ukifune (one of the female characters in The Tale of Genji) lived.
  277. In the volume of Kiritsubo in "The Tale of Genji" there is a scene that when the main character Hikaru Genji was born, Sukuyoshi told his fortune.
  278. In the volume seventeenth of "Gogenbukan" (book of heraldry of the Rokkaku clan), there is a description that Hideyoshi, who was still of low status, served Yoshihide at the Kannonji-jo Castle and was given his Kataimina.
  279. In the wake of a WTO recommendation issued in the 1990s, the tax rate for whisky was lowered while the rate for shochu was raised.
  280. In the wake of conversion to a temple, Bettoshoku (a chief administrator of a temple) was created by combining the role of Rusushiki and Jujishoku (a resident head of a temple).
  281. In the wake of publication of a haiku collection "Koki" (Yellow Flag) in 1935, he fell away from 'Hototogisu' and took part in 'Ashibi' as Dojin, and he became a leader of Shinko Haiku Undo with Shuoshi MIZUHARA.
  282. In the wake of the Jokyu War, the Kamakura bakufu established Rokuhara Tandai (an administrative and judicial agency in Rokuhara, Kyoto) in Kyo, and monitored the power held by court nobles.
  283. In the wake of the Kyushu Conquest in 1587, "Narashiba Katatsuki" passed into Hideyoshi's possession via Tanezane AKIZUKI; as the result, all the three major Katatsuki (a square-shouldered tea caddy) belonged to Hideyoshi.
  284. In the wake of the Pacific War
  285. In the wake of the abolished Jodo-ji Temple, the current Jodo-in Temple was built during the period from 1716 to 1736.
  286. In the wake of the arrival of the Black Ships (Perry's fleet), Shinsengumi (a group who guarded Kyoto during the end of Tokugawa Shogunate) was established in order to cope with the rise of the movement advocating for the expulsion of foreigners as well as political disturbance.
  287. In the wake of the completion of the station building on the bridge, the construction of a traffic square was completed in front of the east exit of the station on July 2, 2007 and buses operated by Nara Kotsu Bus Lines Co., Ltd., began entering from the Kizuminami district (Kunimidai and Umemidai).
  288. In the wake of the inauguration of Hiroshi MATSUMOTO as the president of Kyoto University, Shuzo NISHIMURA was appointed on October 1, 2008 to the vice-president in charge of education, student affairs and international affairs (education).
  289. In the wake of the institutional reforms implemented by the central government in 757, students were further segmented into kogyosho (講経生), densho (傅生), isho, harisho (students of acupuncture), tenmon no sho (students of astronomy), onmyo no sho (students of onmyo), and rekisansho (students of mathematics).
  290. In the wake of the order issued by Emperor Murakami in 963, Sangaku was no more performed at the Imperial court.
  291. In the wake of this incident, Nikko was banished to Sadowara in Hyuga Province but he was embraced by the Shimazu clan and conducted propagation there.
  292. In the waki shomen, there is also a kamiza (a seat of honor) where a kamidana (a household Shinto altar), the Japanese flag and so on are placed.
  293. In the war Tondenhei suffered damage of seven soldiers who died in action, twenty soldiers who died from disease and twenty injured soldiers.
  294. In the war chronicle "Taiheiki", there is an episode where Yoshisada, who was ordered to chase Takauji who fled to Kyushu, missed an opportunity because he was unwilling to part from Koto no naishi, a court lady granted by the Emperor Godaigo.
  295. In the war chronicle titled "Heike Monogatari", she appears in the chapter of 'Kiso no saigo'.
  296. In the war of 1600 fought between the Date clan and the Uesugi clan, after the rule over the Date County was handed over from Masamune DATE to Kagekatsu UESUGI, Masamune DATE stationed in the Oeda Castle before attacking the Yanagawa Castle.
  297. In the war, Sendai troops blocks the water of the Sendai-gawa River at Fujizuka-Yuriage, and position a surveillance party at Fujizuka.
  298. In the war-time period they held rakugo storytelling sessions in Kobe and Kyoto, where air raids were relatively few, for the clientele consisting of the rich and wealthy as well as the geisha.
  299. In the warmth of the sun on a tranquil spring day, how is it that the blossoms scatter in a rushed way?
  300. In the wasan (Japanese hymn) by Shinran ("Koso Wasan"): 'Always show monto.'
  301. In the way described above, the original style of the kokuga forces system was established.
  302. In the way they were built minka reflected aspects of lifestyle, being closely linked to work (farming or commerce) and traditional events.
  303. In the wedding ceremony, the basket which carried Eishoin was ahead of Kasuga no Tsubone's basket, which tells how politely and importantly Eishoin was treated in the Tokugawa family.
  304. In the west of Shinishikiri Station, the line runs along Hanshin Expressway (No. 13) Higashi Osaka Route and National Route 308, and the track is elevated between Aramoto Station and Shinishikiri Station.
  305. In the west the Kyoto Hirogawara Miyama Line (Kurama-kaido Road) of Kyoto Prefectural Road 38 runs, leading to Nantan City through the Kurama area, where Kurama-dera Temple is located, as well as Hanase and Hirogawara.
  306. In the west the street, designated as National Highway Route No. 9, crosses the Nishiohashi Bridge of Katsura River (Yodo-gawa water system), goes to Katsura and leads to the Kutsukake Interchange of the Kyoto Jukan Jidoshado Expressway.
  307. In the west, from the mid-Middle Ages, legends such as the Holy Shroud of Milan and the Holy Grail (which became the basis of the Holy Grail Legend and romances) were born.
  308. In the west, it ends around Hanazono in Ukyo Ward, but some refer to the street, which extends west to Seiryo-ji Temple (Saga-Shakado) in Sagano, as Ichijo-dori Street.
  309. In the west, the street turns south after crossing Kadonoji-dori Street and merges with Hachijo-dori Street at the eastern end of Katsura-Ohashi Bridge, which straddles the Katsura River (Yodo-gawa Water System).
  310. In the west, the street up to the Kitano-Hakubaicho crossing belongs to the Ginkakuji-Utano Line of Kyoto Prefectural Route 101.
  311. In the west, the streetcar of the Arashiyama Main Line, Keifuku Electric Railroad, commonly known as Randen, still runs from Nishioji-dori Street to Kadonoji-dori Street, sharing a traffic lane.
  312. In the west, there was also an eight-mat Japanese room, with a scene of a dragon and a tiger in combat.
  313. In the west, there were no paintings.
  314. In the west, there were six-mat Japanese room, seventeen-mat room, ten-mat room, and seven closets.
  315. In the western part of the city, many people use Hashimoto Station, Rinkandenentoshi Station of the Nankai Koya Line located in Hashimoto City, Wakayama Prefecture.
  316. In the westward direction from Shijonawate Station, the lines were constructed by Naniwa Railway.
  317. In the whale business, which was centered on the winter, it has been said from old times that "whale meat is eatable for 99 days," showing that whale meat can be kept for a long time.
  318. In the whole lines between Kyoto and Maibara the trains run at 130 km/hour and the trains operating on the inner lines between Kyoto and Kusatsu also run at 130 km/hour.
  319. In the whole northern part of Kyushu including Kurume City, Fukuoka Prefecture, a wide variety of yakitori is served, such as chicken, pork, beef, pork sagari, darumu, herutsu, senpoko, vegetables, and mushrooms.
  320. In the wide sense, "Hiyashi-Udon" is a general term for 'Udon chilled to eat,' while in the narrow sense, it is used as a term with the following meanings according to regions and shops.
  321. In the wide-sense, the drum is something with a mounted skin struck in some ways to emit sound, thus, it includes all the drums ranging from the uchiwa-daiko (a round fan drum) recognized by the aborigines in Asia, the Native people in Asia, the drum struck in the Nichiren sect, to the hand drums used for the Noh music.
  322. In the winter in 655, Itabuki no Miya Palace was destroyed by fire and Empress Saimei moved into Kawahara no Miya Palace.
  323. In the winter of 1180, when Yoshimoto and the greater part of the Ishikawa-Genji (Minamoto clan) strength were destroyed by TAIRA no Kiyomori's assault at Toba (today's Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City), Yoshikane was at their clan stronghold of Ishikawa-jo Castle (present-day Kanan-cho, Minamikawachi-gun, Osaka Prefecture).
  324. In the winter of 1227, when Dogen got a disease on his way back to Japan, an incarnation of the god appeared and gave Dogen a pill.
  325. In the winter of 1502 as supreme commander of the Uragami forces, Yoshiie engaged in battle with the Matsuda forces and, after crossing the Yoshiii-gawa River engaged in hard fighting with and he himself killed the enemy commander 有松右京進 in the vicinity of Shijikai village..
  326. In the winter of the year, it was decided that the Japanese embassy would visit the USA on the USS Powhatan for mutual ratification of the Treaty of amity and commerce with the United States, and the Kanrin Maru was to be dispatched as the escort ship to the USS Powhatan.
  327. In the winter of the year, it was decided that the embassy led by the senior envoy Takeuchi Shimotsuke no kami would be dispatched to European countries and that Yukichi would accompany the embassy.
  328. In the winter when the Emperor makes a royal visit to Oharano, Tamakazura catches a glimpse of Emperor Reizei, who sets his heart on her, and she has tender feelings for him too.
  329. In the winter, it sometimes happens that traffic is closed between Hirogawara Nomi-cho and Kuta Miyano-cho, depending on the amount of snow accumulated.
  330. In the winter, people can enjoy skiing or snowboarding in Mt. Ibuki ski resort.
  331. In the woods of Kitano for 10 days from October 1, large-scale tea ceremonies were held where Hideyoshi's own tea ceremony treasures (tea ceremony related accessories) were on open show for the people who have strong attachment to tea ceremony culture (infatuation with tea ceremony accessories).
  332. In the work 'Onnashinomiya Utaawase' of 972 etc is output of poetry is known and works remain including: "Shika Wakashu" (anthology of poems collected by Imperial command), "Honcho Monzui" (Anthology of waka poems and prose written in classical Chinese), "Ruiju Kudaisho" (anthology of Chinese poetry) and "Zenshusaitaku Shiawase," etc.
  333. In the work she is described as the ugliest woman.
  334. In the works of metal sub-category, many of them are temple bells, altar fittings and other Buddhist-related items.
  335. In the works set in the background of modern times, a fundoshi loincloth is often used as an item to emphasize the male character as archaic but strong will.
  336. In the world of Hinduism, which has a close relationship with Buddhism, the commonest funeral is cremation-burial.
  337. In the world of Shingon Mikkyo, the prayer of Kujakukyoho was emphasized the most as it was deemed to be a prayer to guard the nation.
  338. In the world of Waka, many poets such as YAMANOUE no Okura, YAMABE no Akahito, OTOMO no Yakamochi and OTOMO no Sakanoue no Iratsume appeared one after another from the Wado to Tenpyo era.
  339. In the world of Waka/Yamatouta Japanese poems, Taka-gari has been a subject divided into 'Otakagari' and 'Kotakagari' until medieval times.
  340. In the world of dynastic poems, "kashu" is a collection of waka (a traditional Japanese poem of thirty-one syllables) compiled from personal or family poems.
  341. In the world of historical science, bunsho mokuroku (lists of documents) are highly valued as tools to study the distribution of political and economical information at any one time, and tosho mokuroku (lists of books) are valued in understanding where books have been distributed.
  342. In the world of noblemen, a family formation developed based on government positions, court ranks and territorial lands; during the prime of the medieval ages, families were formed among lower-ranking nobles and the ruling class in cities.
  343. In the world of sumo (Japanese-style wrestling), there remain by a narrow margin such customs as ranking wrestlers present specially ordered cloth for yukata, imprinted with their names, to their patrons and other sumo stables.
  344. In the world of tanka poetry at that time, there appeared an anti-Mikohidari group that opposed his father Tameie.
  345. In the world of western confectionery the technique and artistry are exerted, but on the other hand, amezaiku of Japanese confectionery is regarded as exclusively one of street performance or traditional performing arts, except for something like aruheizaiku.
  346. In the world of yose, kagura is often referred to as iromono (various entertainments in storytellers' theater other than story telling) and called dai-kagura kyokugei (acrobatics of Dai-kagura), apart from rakugo (comic storytellings) and kodan (historical narratives).
  347. In the world, there are many cultures such as Islam, where cremation is prohibited by religious law (cremation throughout the world is mentioned later).
  348. In the worlds of kabuki and rakugo, `Myoseki` stage names are considered very important and as noted above, entertainers assume a series of `Myoseki` stage names in turn.
  349. In the worst case, the warrior was not given Seppuku (suicide by disembowelment), the honorable death for warriors, but was beheaded and there was a possibility of Oie-danzetsu (disassociation from the family line).
  350. In the worst cases, some Karo officers completed their duties as far as Seppuku (suicide by disembowelment) or decapitation.
  351. In the written opinion to Masayoshi HOTTA, he said that Japan should actively advance overseas to trade with other nations.
  352. In the written opinion, Inoue claimed that in principle railways should not be left to the private sectors because the purpose of the railways use was the same with one of National Route.
  353. In the written opinion, he stressed the importance of acquisition of existing private railways in addition to his theory of nationalization of railways and insisted, for the purpose, that it was necessary to enact the law to acquire private railways.
  354. In the year '421,' there was an article written about the "King of Wa San (讃)" in the "Sungshu (Book of the Sung dynasty) Wakokuden."
  355. In the year 1110, the temple's seventh Chori (head administrator) Kanshin (1084-1153), who was the 8th generation descendant of FUJIWARA no Takafuji and the son of FUJIWARA no Tamefusa, held the positions of To-ji choja (the chief abbot of To-ji Temple) and Todai-ji betto (the head priest of Todai-ji Temple).
  356. In the year 1206 aged 34, Myoe was granted land at Toganoo by Emperor Gotoba who also conferred upon the temple the name 'Hi-idete-mazu-terasu-Kozan-no-tera' (First Mountain Temple Illuminated by the Rising Sun).
  357. In the year 1983, "Hi Izuru Tokoro no Tenshi " was awarded Girl's Comic Division of Kodansha Manga Sho (The Kodansha Manga Award).
  358. In the year 2006, which marked the fiftieth anniversary of his death, Mizoguchi's films received public attention again through the release of a DVD box set and the commemorative special of his films at the Meigaza (a classic film theater).
  359. In the year 500 at the age of eleven the Emperor cut open the belly of a pregnant woman and looked at the embryo.
  360. In the year 65, there was a man in Hida Province.
  361. In the year 664 Iino-gun was separated from Taki-gun, and made a Koryo (an Imperial demesne).
  362. In the year 667, the Emperor Tenchi (then "Naka no Oe no Oji", Prince Naka no Oe) moved the imperial capital from Asuka to Otsu in the Omi Province (Omi no miya), and took over the throne in 668 to start a new government.
  363. In the year 701, HATA no Imikitori constructed shrine buildings on the current site to which he brought divine spirits from the iwakura near the summit of the mountain, and allowed his daughter to serve as priestess.
  364. In the year 725, he worked on the 'Yamazaki-bashi Bridge' (between Yamazaki and Hashimoto) over the Yodo-gawa River.
  365. In the year 747 of the Tang Dynasty, it is estimated there was a total stock of 63,700,000 koku.
  366. In the year 756, Empress Komyo dedicated approximately 650 items associated with her late husband, Emperor Shomu, along with approximately 60 kinds of medicines, to Rushanabutsu (Great Buddha) on the forty-ninth day after the Emperor's death.
  367. In the year 806 at the beginning of Heian period, Kukai's (Kobo Daishi) nephew Chisen became chief priest and constructed Hoon-in as a seminary for conducting the Denbo Kanjo (an esoteric Buddhism rite).
  368. In the year 806, he received the Endonkai (Precepts for Perfect and Immediate Enlightenment) from Saicho and his aptitude led to him being given the opportunity to recite the second volume of the Lotus Sutra following Saicho at a Hokke Choko (long recitation of the Lotus Sutra) in the year 807.
  369. In the year 812, Kukai resided at Takaosan-ji Temple where he held the Abhiseka Ritual (an important esoteric Buddhist ceremony).
  370. In the year 827, he was promoted to the rank of Shosozu (junior secondary prelate).
  371. In the year 836, Koryu-ji Temple chief priest Dosho (disciple of Kukai) put great efforts into the restoration of the fire-ravaged statue and buildings and he became known as the Restoration Patriarch.
  372. In the year 836, he attempted to travel to Tang Dynasty China with Shinzei but failed.
  373. In the year 836, he attempted to travel to Tang Dynasty China with Shinzen but failed and confined himself to Takaosan-ji Temple for the following 12 years where he practiced ascetism.
  374. In the year 838, he travelled to Tang Dynasty China to study the three treatises.
  375. In the year 840, he housed a statue of Daigensui Myoo at Horin-ji Temple in Uji, Yamashiro Province and was granted permission to use it as an esoteric ritual temple.
  376. In the year 853, Shinjo purchased the mansion of the deceased poet and author FUJIWARA no Sekio and converted it to a temple.
  377. In the year 860, the satobo of Enyu-bo was constructed by Joun-kasho in Higashi-Sakamoto (present day Sakamoto, Otsu City) at the base of Mt. Hiei under the orders of Emperor Seiwa.
  378. In the year 862, he travelled to Tang Dynasty China with Cloistered Imperial Prince Shinnyo.
  379. In the year 868, he wrote "Shuron Gohakko" (eight lectures of disputes about teachings of the sect) for the then Emperor Seiwa at the young age of 26.
  380. In the year 876, over 30 years after Emperor Saga's death, Imperial princess Masako (empress to Emperor Junna) converted the villa into Daikaku-ji Temple.
  381. In the year 889, however, Emperor Uda again donated the said gun to the Ise-jingu Shrine for a span of one generation only, and when it was decided that Emperor Uda would abdicated and Emperor Daigo acceded to the throne in 897, the said gun was permanantly returned to the Shingun.
  382. In the year 896, on the first anniversary of the death of MINAMOTO no Toru, his son fulfilled the unachieved ambition of his father by creating a statue of Amida sanzon and installing it in the Amida hall that he named Seika-ji Temple.
  383. In the year 899 when Retired Emperor Uda entered the Buddhist priesthood, the term referred to a member of the aristocracy or the Imperial Family who entered the Buddhist priesthood and joined the Retired Emperor at Ninna-ji Temple inge named 'Omuro.'
  384. In the year 915, he ascended to the rank of Shosozu (junior secondary prelate) before being promoted to Sojo (high-ranking Buddhist priest) in 925.
  385. In the year 917, Kiyoyuki MIYOSHI published an opinion piece included in 'Seiji Yoryaku' (examples of Heian period politics) where he mentions dissatisfaction with the scarlet hakama fad.
  386. In the year 918 Emperor Uda underwent ordination at Daikaku-ji Temple and in 1268 Emperor Saga assumed the position of 21st monzeki (head priest of aristocratic or imperial lineage) followed by Emperor Kameyama who served as 22nd monzeki.
  387. In the year 945, the wife of Imperial Prince Shigeakira founded a new hall and installed within a life-sized statue of Shaka Nyorai.
  388. In the year 950, when the twin warehouses called Narabikura of Kensakuin (the official treasure houses of the Todai-ji Temple) were damaged, the items originally kept there were moved to Nanso, Shosoin.
  389. In the year 963, Kuya assembled 600 monks on the bank of the Kamo-gawa River (Yodo-gawa water system) and held a large-scale commemoration ceremony of Daihannya sutras, which some theories consider the establishment of Saiko-ji Temple.
  390. In the year 985, Tamemitsu lost both his wife and daughter, Emperor Kazan's court lady, and it is said that he founded a temple to pray for their happiness in the afterlife.
  391. In the year 985, while in Song China, Chonen appointed Buddhist artisans of Kaiyuansi Temple in Taizhou to carve of a statue of Shaka Nyorai.
  392. In the year after Zenshu's death, the uprising called 'Kazusa no Hanikki' led by his former retainers, the local lords, broke out in Kazusa Province, one of Zenshu's feudal estates.
  393. In the year after the Emperor Nijo ascended the throne (1159), it was formally decided for her to be Chugu (the Empress).
  394. In the year after their marriage, a daughter was born to her and Munemitsu, and in 1877, her father-in-law Munehiro DATE died.
  395. In the year before the campaign was launched (2003), the number of Japanese tourists travelling abroad was 16,520,000.
  396. In the year before the enactment of the law on December 25, 1367, the second Shogun Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA fell critically ill.
  397. In the year before, his rank became as high as Shonii (Senior Second Rank), but later he resigned from Gon Chunagon in 1465, he firmly refused to assume the new title.
  398. In the year following Hideyoshi's death in August 1598, she married Akizane NIJO.
  399. In the year following his return to Japan, Tamaki started serving the Imperial Household Ministry and in April 1884 became a member of "Sanjiin" (one of the old ministries and agencies mainly related to the executive and legislative branches).
  400. In the year he was born, his father Yoshimitsu passed his shogun post to Yoshitsugu's older brother, Yoshimochi ASHIKAGA.
  401. In the year in which tsuyuake is delayed, there is a tendency a cold summer occurs and tends to cause cold weather damage.
  402. In the year it was built, Kazuaki TODA, the lord of Otsu-jo Castle, was allowed to settle in it and have a territory worth 30,000 koku crop yields, which marked the establishment of the Zeze Domain.
  403. In the year next to the year when the Yanagawa Incident occurred, the So clan in Tsushima invited Tsushinshi, instead of the Yanagawa family that had mainly handled such events until then.
  404. In the year of 8, he was formally installed as Crown Prince.
  405. In the year of Koshin, he took Himetataraisuzuhime as his lawful wife.
  406. In the year of Shoshu, the seventh leap month concluded the preceding chapter, and the Toji following it marked the beginning of a new chapter.
  407. In the year that the Faculty of Agriculture was newly established, the Central Hall of the university was completed, which has the Clock Tower, now familiar as the university's symbol.
  408. In the year, in which the Onie no matsuri Festival would be held, at first, Shoshi (Governor of the Board of Retainers) decided by fortunetelling a province and a county for the Yuki and the Suki in order to select the rice fields that would provide rice plants for the festival.
  409. In the years after that, water transportation declined with the development of railways and road transportation, so in 1967, it was decided to abolish Fushimi-ko Port along with a new city plan that would reclaim land from the port for a park.
  410. In the years following the Genkyu era (1204-1205), 'Kokasagake' archery slowly disappeared.
  411. In the years from 1975 to 1980, it became noticeable that his legs were weakened, so a performance labeled as 'once in a lifetime' started to be played.
  412. In the years of Shigekuni in the Oho era, his clan reigned an area covering from Ebara-gun, Musashi Province, to Shibuya-sho Manor, Takakura-gun, Sagami Province, and used the title shoji (administrator of a manor) of the Shibuya clan.
  413. In the years of the Great Kanto Earthquake and the death of Emperor Taisho (December 25), the special handling for the year (to be delivered in the following year) was canceled (it was carried out in the years of the deaths of Emperor Meiji and Emperor Showa).
  414. In the years when the number of days when kosa was observed in Japan increased, there was a tendency that low pressure was likely to be generated in the northeastern part of China and western wind was strong.
  415. In the yokyoku (noh song) "Ataka," Ennen no mai is used as otoko-mai (a male dance) danced by Benkei, one of the characters.
  416. In the yose for rakugo, as a matter of course, rakugo storytelling is most often performed, so the performances other than rakugo are called iromono.
  417. In the yugisho method, each of the two claimants to be tried first swore that their claim was the truth in front of the parties concerned (in some cases, they would write a kishomon [sworn oath]).
  418. In the zangetsu-tei (a drawing room in the shoin style owned by the Omote-Senke family) the patterns of Senke-ogiri (a large paulownia pattern for the Senke family) and uroko-zuru (cranes in scales) are used.
  419. In the zankanjo, Shimada accused the crime of Yushi Sensei (despotism by domain-dominated government), describing the five crimes as follows:
  420. In the zankanjo, Shimada criticized Okubo for mishandling the public's fund for his personal financial gain, however, Okubo was actually an incorruptible politician regarding money and left 8,000 yen debt behind.
  421. In theatrical and other versions, Ibaraki Doji generally makes his first appearance on the Ichijo modoribashi bridge over the Hori river.
  422. In theatrical performances and ukiyoe (Japanese woodblock prints), eyebrows were drawn in pale blue after they were shaved or pulled out, which is a technique called seitai.
  423. In their battle with the Otomo clan, they were requested by the shogunate to make peace with them.
  424. In their hometown, Ichinoseki City, these three are called 'three wisdoms of Otsuki.'
  425. In their struggle to oppose the rise of these new sects, the old guard of Buddhism criticized the nenbutsu (prayer to Amida Buddha) and honored the traditional precepts, making progress in revitalizing the decaying edifice of old Buddhism from within.
  426. In their territories, several rebellions by kokujin, such as the War of Jiro MORI, occurred repeatedly.
  427. In their view, a hero, or a savior, was sometimes dispatched to the earth as the proxy of Tenguri, and this hero was called "the son of Tenguri."
  428. In their views, the most important significance of the current constitution was that 'human rights were clearly stated in the constitution which was the superior law,' and contents of the constitution were thought to be highly advanced at the time.
  429. In theory, kemi ho evens the tax burden, but it costs the bakufu a lot of money and peasants had a lot of trouble, also there were frauds such as uncertainty of the inspection.
  430. In these Koei's game series which have their setting in the Sengoku Period, Hanzo was a ninja and a vassal of the Tokugawa clan modeled on historic Masanari HATTORI.
  431. In these acts, it was stipulated that a priest who assumed the position of juji of Daitoku-ji temple was nominated by Edo bakufu, instead of the imperial decree issued by the Emperor, and only priests who obtained the approval of bakufu were allowed to wear sie (the purple Buddhist priest stole) granted by the Emperor.
  432. In these anecdotes, he mowed down grass with Ame no Murakumo no Tsurugi (the sword Ame-no-Murakumo, literally "Heavenly Sword of Assembled Clouds") and escaped danger when he was attacked with fire on a plain in Suruga.
  433. In these annual events, any magical element is rarely seen, and prayer for family's safety remains at the core.
  434. In these areas Chinese shall not allowed to reside so that the legation can be defended.
  435. In these areas people needed the tools for hunting large-size animals such as mammoth and bison that were well adjusted in the cool climate of the diluvial epoch, and various forms of points came to be used as the head of javelins.
  436. In these areas the card can be recharged by the automatic ticket vending machines, automatic fare adjustment machines, simple rechargers for Suica, (TOICA) or PiTaPa.
  437. In these areas, a glue plant is used in buckwheat noodles as the binding agent and in addition to fresh noodles, dried noodles are produced.
  438. In these areas, katsudon refers to this 'sauce katsudon' and the dish with tonkatsu cooked with egg in soup stock is differentiated as 'Nikatsudon.'
  439. In these areas, leaves are often packed in a kilogram bag and sold at stores.
  440. In these areas, the atmosphere under 500 m to 2 km above the ground is called the atmospheric boundary layer, and the air flow there is complicated.
  441. In these battles, the damage at Oda side was not minor one, and senior warlords including Nobunaga's younger brother Nobuharu ODA, Yoshinari MORI and Masanao SAKAI were killed.
  442. In these bombardments 3 kanme (unit of weight) of ozutsu made in Kunitomo were used, and probably four culverins imported from England about in June, one Saker and 4.5 kanme of 12 Dutch cannons that had arrived in Hyogo Port seven days before were included.
  443. In these books on poetry, 'Kurabu-yama' and 'Kurama-yama' are handled as different utamakura.
  444. In these cases farmers cannot pass on their agricultural know-how to their children or grandchildren, so no generation change in farming occurs, farmers grow older and at last they give up farming.
  445. In these cases it is essential to consider whether or not there were accompanying relics such as stone plates, as well as the excavated structural remnants and excavation state.
  446. In these cases many municipalities took one character from an old provincial name; also there were cases in which an old provincial name was prefixed the name of municipalities.
  447. In these cases the troubles seldom come to the surface as criminal or civil cases.
  448. In these cases, a Buddha hall and a lecture hall were placed in front and behind the garan, but many of them did not have a stupa.
  449. In these cases, a name entirely different from the Gedai, the common name, or the part's original name, is occasionally used.
  450. In these cases, if there were no Goi no Kurudo (Fifth Rank Kurodo) positions available, the person retired from his Kurudo post and became a Jigenin (lower ranking court official).
  451. In these cases, it is necessary to obtain consent from Tokyo and the related local public body in that area.
  452. In these cases, it was called 'Gyo' when an official had the government post higher than the equivalent Ikai and 'Shu' with the government post lower than the equivalent Ikai.
  453. In these cases, the Jun-Sessho's term was not specifically stipulated, but came to end when the original reason for the appointment no longer applied.
  454. In these cases, the Kanpaku or the minister handled affairs of state like a Sessho while the emperor was ill.
  455. In these cases, the word 'ochi' loses its original meaning of 'ending' and is used just as a kind of device to cause a laugh (where artists placed a device to make readers laugh).
  456. In these changes, Gijo became Jokyoku Gijo in the upper chamber of the bicameral Giseikan system.
  457. In these circumstances, Japanese gradually changed their staple food from rice to bread.
  458. In these circumstances, it was the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan that swam with the tide, succeeded in being handed over the power to exercise sovereignty, and ended up not only monopolizing privileges but also maintaining its own military force.
  459. In these conditions, the position of samurai regarding the control over land changed from being mere managers of shoen, tax collectors and subordinates to the rightful owners, to essentially supplanting the titular owners and assuming de facto control over the shoen.
  460. In these constructions, the sound generated within a room tends to be transmitted easily to other rooms, due to the nature of corrective housing.
  461. In these countries, senior officers from General to Brigadier General are addressed as "General," but "Marshal" is used separately as a title for the "Gensui" only.
  462. In these countries, unlike in Japan, the traditional festivals and annual events are usually celebrated according to the old calendars.
  463. In these days of individualism, where even nihilists are appearing, this is a matter of great urgency and importance,' which led to a political debate in the Imperial Diet about whether the Southern or the Northern Court was legitimate.
  464. In these days, Katata is a central point of the northern part of Otsu City, and has developed remarkably as a residential area.
  465. In these days, Norinaga had already read "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) and became more acquainted with Japanese Kodo (ancient method, ancient moral teachings, the way of learning) after he came across the writings of KAMO no Mabuchi (a scholar of Japanese classical literature) and was intrigued with his way of discussion and reasoning.
  466. In these days, however, as the rules have been relaxed, geisha are seen at some establishments that are not part of the affiliated restaurants (and, in those cases, there may be various conditions such as a premium for geigi's service).
  467. In these days, the Great Buddha Hall construction work began to proceed smoothly with full financial support from the eastern provinces led by Takatsuna.
  468. In these days, the mainstream of Japanese swords is Tachi considered for fighting on horseback.
  469. In these days, the people carrying their products on their back often use public transportation including trains, bicycles, motorbikes, two-wheeled carts, or cars including small trucks for transport of products.
  470. In these days, the shuga is socially valued as a work of art (erotica), not being regarded as pornography.
  471. In these days, the word 'Ogiri' is associated with the item 'Ogiri' in "Shoten" (a TV entertainment program that presents shows such as rakugo stories or manzai, and comic dialogues) that is broadcasted by Nippon Television Network Corporation.
  472. In these drawings, the cow is regarded as the symbol of man's mind.
  473. In these eight days, because the one of the employed fierce gods (Hachigokusotsushin, the fourth fierce god) is the inauspicious god with eight faces and eight arms, its day is made Shakkonichi and thought to be the bad luck day.
  474. In these haiku poems, there is no 5-7-5 syllable constraint, and in many cases there are no kigo (seasonal references).
  475. In these items, it was defined for each province to supply the assigned food directly to Naizenshi every month (shunryo), on New Year's day, on seasonal festivals such as Ninamesai (the Harvest Festival) (setsuryo), and once a year (nenryo).
  476. In these kinds of shibai-banashi, the story is similar to an otoshi-banashi as a whole, and some parts contain dramatic, kabuki-like lines and gestures, but the performer does not stand up or pose as part of the performance.
  477. In these legends the oni have a hiding place in a cavern within the autumn leaves in Togakushi, and are annihilated by Koreshige.
  478. In these legends, Tamuramaro is not always a warrior who wages war against barbarians, but a hero who fights off oni (ogres) and bandits in various areas.
  479. In these legends, his name is written in several different ways.
  480. In these lessons, children carry a kaki yama as adults do.
  481. In these local Noh sects, one may enjoy watching performances other than those of "four theatres, five styles" and peculiar local dances.
  482. In these locations, there were many ninja houses and they conducted daily training.
  483. In these manners, most of large bronze ware were used for rituals, except for the time of emergence.
  484. In these meeting, they informed that the student center was prepared to submit the budget for reconstruction, and requested Yoshida dormitory to reply by October 23 whether or not it would accept the reconstruction.
  485. In these national policy of seikyoitchi (unity of religion and politics), the 'Konkomyo Saisho-o kyo' (translated into 10 volumes by Gijo, also known as I Ching or Yi Jing, a Tang Dynasty Buddhist monk), a set of Buddhist scriptures to guard the nation, was valued.
  486. In these nations where standard gauge railways had already been laid, the railways around stations were used as they had been, and in the sections far from the stations, new railways for high-speed operations were laid or existing railways were modified and used for high-speed operations.
  487. In these nations, Kizoku possess a few privileges as well.
  488. In these organizations, they collect money from members but instead of visiting a temple or shrine, they buy lottery tickets or bid in auctions, and money won in lotteries or objects obtained through auction are given to the members.
  489. In these past few years, it had been used as a material for baby's underwear, however, at present it is replaced with gauge or tenjiku-cotton.
  490. In these performances, the outfit for Sukeroku became almost the same as that of the present Sukeroku such as 'a shiny silk short sleeve kimono lined with scarlet cloth, a set of pure pale greenish-blue underwear, a purple silk crepe headband, and a small lacquered container bearing a crest and a sharkskin attached scabbard at the waist'
  491. In these periods, small-scale wars frequently occurred in various places, and so, even if a samrai became 浪人, there were lots of opportunities to find a new master because daimyo (Japanese territorial lords) needed warriors.
  492. In these pieces, traditional Japanese instruments were used in a way to make the most of their characteristics and playing style.
  493. In these places, the bus stops are named after the intersection names, and not '______ Station-front.'
  494. In these publications, Nichiren made a distinction between three different Chinese characters meaning "nation" ("國," "?" and "国"; all pronounced "kuni" in Japanese).
  495. In these recent campaigns, a note of caution stating 'with environment in mind, please reuse remaining water of baths instead of fresh tap water' is often seen.
  496. In these regions, eating in an extreme stooped position is not always considered to be bad manners.
  497. In these regions, indigenous products, such as buckwheat noodles or taro are thought to have been offered to the deities and these ingredients were probably used to prepare zoni.
  498. In these regions, it is considered taboo to eat an adzuki bean (or red food in general, including meat) during the period from New Year's Day until Koshogatsu.
  499. In these regions, rice and mochi were foreign foods which their fields did not produce, so it is considered to have been a taboo to use these foreign foods at those sacred rituals to pray for the fertility of their lands.
  500. In these regulations, it was stipulated that jiden fields were excluded from farmland for which allocation was made every six years, or were specified for Fuyusoden (the farmland for which tax was exempted).
  501. In these remains, vertical streets are noticeable with few horizontal ones, so there is a possibility that the jobo area was not improved in a methodical way.
  502. In these rooms, paintings were always drawn on the gilded wall panels.
  503. In these scenarios, the virtuous one (e.g. justice or a good man) and the evil one (e.g. a villain, a bad man, or an abusive authority) are clearly distinguished.
  504. In these situation, the idea that viewed the Engi and Tenryaku eras as ideal reigns when even the middle class of noblemen could be promoted to higher level to some extent became popular among the middle lower class noblemen.
  505. In these situations, competing merchants joined hands with the political force of Japan (samurai families or families that own and resided in temples) with a pretext of building temples and shrines to compete with more profitable conditions.
  506. In these situations, it was almost impossible to purchase the land from the land-owning side in order to establish the field practice forest, as other universities already did to establish their domestic forests for field practice.
  507. In these stages, the shape and the decoration of the earthen vessel gradually became more sophisticated than the shamanistic, too decorative ones in the middle stage, and this suggests that the vessel-maker's sense of beauty changed.
  508. In these uta monogatari, the preface or caption became longer and longer.
  509. In these ways, Ieyasu governed the region without any difficulty, and after this, Kanto has developed greatly until now.
  510. In these ways, it is common that domestically the 23 boroughs concentrated of capital functions are treated as a capital, while internationally the Tokyo Prefecture including Tama area and islands are regarded a capital.
  511. In these ways, the conquest by Ieyasu of the Uesugi clan was recognized by the Imperial court and the Toyotomi clan as a righteous fight in which 'Ieyasu, a faithful retainer of the Toyotomi clan, defeated Kagekatsu, a traitor.'
  512. In these years, Gado KATAOKA the 13th (Nizaemon KATAOKA the 14th) excelled at this role.
  513. In these years, low-fat Japanese food is evaluated, and is believed to be balanced and healthy food as a whole.
  514. In these years, sushi rolls using paper-thin omelets or lettuce instead of dried seaweed are seen.
  515. In these years, this kata was replaced by manners due to westernization of lifestyle, and there is an opinion worrying that these traditional Japanese senses of respect for rules and models may lose substance.
  516. In thinking of human life without guts, the period from birth to death of a person is transitory and is like visionary life.
  517. In this "Bankoku Koho," however, contrarily to the original text of Wheaton, the posture to understand international law attaching importance to natural law.
  518. In this "Heisa-rakugan-zu" there is an amateurish part that shows the artist could not fully master the brushwork of Suiboku-ga, and it also suffers from perspective problems.
  519. In this "naked festival," women participants have been increasing (women wrap themselves with cloth called sarashi).
  520. In this 'Senshi Kijin (剪枝畸人),' '枝' means 'arms and legs' and also indicates 'fingers,' so the signature is Akinari's mocking the middle finger of right hand and index finger of the left hand, which became disabled when he was a child.
  521. In this Article, several lines are dealt with together, such as the now-defunct old line via Ogura and the present line via Okubo as well as other lines related to the Okubo line, including those between Keihan Yodo and Kumiyama Danchi (housing complex) and other sections.
  522. In this Article, the term "Heishutsu" meant a special wording which had always to be put at the top of each line in the description of any official documents, and the term "Oso" was quoted as the heishutsu word in this Article.
  523. In this Article, the term "Ketsuji" meant another type of special wording which had always to be put behind one letter space in any official documents.
  524. In this Bugencho there was an entry that said "Shoin Yakunin Dobo, 48 hyo, Enami MORI".
  525. In this Ikedaya Incident, Kogoro arrived at the scene too early, so he returned to his base to kill time.
  526. In this Loy Krathong festival, people float lanterns in rivers and ponds to express their gratitude and apology to the deities of the river or pond.
  527. In this Puja ceremony, people float down the Ganges River various miniature boats made of leaves or flowers, loaded with candles, flowers, and so on.
  528. In this act, Zagashira (a leading actor of the troupe), Wakashu (a youg man),Onnagata (a male actor in female Kabuki roles).
  529. In this administration, he came to terms with the Kensei (Constitutional) Party led by Toru HOSHI, smoothened assembly meetings, and established the Land Tax Increase Law.
  530. In this administration, he was a member of the extraordinary Foreign Diplomacy Investigation Committee and the chairman of the extraordinary Congress on Education.
  531. In this age Tokugawa Shogunate gave charters for trade to 350 armed trading ships with 3 masts.
  532. In this age the 1.8 m square room (tatami mat of two jo) was called hitoma (literally meaning one room), and muma (literally meaning six rooms) meant a twelve-jo room.
  533. In this age there were many other painters of Suiboku-ga.
  534. In this agreement, Katsura pointed out that the Korean government was the direct cause of the Russo-Japanese War, which had just reached a cease-fire.
  535. In this agreement, the United States recognized Japan's dominance in South Korea (the Korean Empire).
  536. In this amendment, the Chokurei fukusho kitei (an Imperial edict on the rules of countersignature), stipulated in Article 4 of the Naikaku-kansei, was moved to the Koshikirei, while the right of the Prime Minister to issue cabinet orders, as recorded in the Kobunshiki, was moved to the Naikaku-shokken.
  537. In this area, Ippon-datara has been considered to be like a telephone pole with an eye (or eyes) and a nose.
  538. In this area, it is gradually becoming clear that the shrines for worshipping Amaterasu Omikami and the relevant land, and the shrines for worshipping Seoritsu-hime are intentionally located in relation to one another.
  539. In this area, they manufactured copies of Chinese tea bowls and Tenmoku tea bowls (bowls with a wide brim and a narrow base used during tea ceremonies).
  540. In this article the word shiki is used here in the sense of latter one.
  541. In this article, 'Asuka-dera Temple' is used for both the temple built by Umako and the present temple which succeeded its tradition.
  542. In this article, 'Tsukigase Bairin' is used to describe the plum groves in accordance with the 'Tsukigase Village History,' unless otherwise required.
  543. In this article, '氏之(Ujiyuki),' is used to express his name.
  544. In this article, NAKAGAWA advocated his theory that if a uniformed writing style could be adopted to elaborate on texts, 'this would lead to the disappearance between difference in men and women's writing styles,' and his theory attracted people's attention as a unique opinion for its time.
  545. In this article, a common word 'Sugoroku' is used for the title, and to describe each, they are referred to as 'board Sugoroku'/ '雙六' and 'picture Sugoroku'/ '双六' respectively.
  546. In this article, above 2 is described in detail.
  547. In this article, calligraphy-related historical achievements, such as the backgrounds, calligraphic styles, calligraphic samples, calligraphers, and education, are described for each historical period, up to the Showa period.
  548. In this article, except as specified, '紫蘇' or 'シソ' (shiso) signifies 'shiso in a broad sense.'
  549. In this article, however, the wide meaning of Tenchi Kaibyaku in the Japanese myths and creation of Japan will be treated.
  550. In this article, it is unclear whether he was a commander of the army or just one of a soldier.
  551. In this article, only the outline of Japanese mythology is presented, and details of each myth should be found elsewhere.
  552. In this article, the first envoy is described as the first kenzuishi in accordance with Chinese history, but "Nishonshoki" says the envoy was dispatched to 'Great Tang' instead of Sui.
  553. In this article, the history of Todai-ji Temple is described.
  554. In this article, the imperial family of Japan will be discussed.
  555. In this article, the line's history is mainly described.
  556. In this article, the names of musical notes in western music are described using the British/American method (German H written as B, German B written as Bb).
  557. In this article, the situation in the Japanese Imperial Family will mainly mentioned.
  558. In this article, the term 'Yoshoku' refers to western style dishes which were developed in Japan.
  559. In this article, the word 'karate' (空手) is used as the standardized word.
  560. In this article, traditional Japanese-style houses (Wa-fu houses) are mainly described, taking into account comparisons with western-style houses that have been popular nowadays.
  561. In this article, we adopted 20 times.
  562. In this article, we describe the history of capitals and their changes in Japan.
  563. In this article, we treat documents that have falsified origins for the sake of convenience, give an outline and illustrate by example, and also handle related topics at the same time as gisho.
  564. In this article, we will address the issues of how the old provincial names were referred to and were used in the modern times and in our time.
  565. In this aspect as well, Sesshu made a great impact on Japanese paintings.
  566. In this aspect, it can be said that "Meiroku Zasshi" gave an influence not only on Japan but also on neighboring countries.
  567. In this atmosphere, Mitsuhide's troops, which was the de facto Kinki Region Corps of Nobunaga, attacked Nobunaga.
  568. In this battle Nobunaga adopted a fusillade using about 1,000 matchlock guns (according to "Shinchoko-ki" - Biography of Nobunaga ODA) and won a landslide victory against the Takeda army.
  569. In this battle Nobunaga succeeded in suppressing an insurrection of Nagashima followers.
  570. In this battle he made a great achievement of killing a tough hero named Rokubei ADACHI, who had another name "Kubitori Adachi" (head-severing Adachi), a retainer of Shimotsuke no kami (the governor of Shimotsuke Province) HIBINO who was a chief vassal of the Saito clan.
  571. In this battle, IKI no Karakuni who had intended to join the attack from the west side had been defeated, and troops of OTOMO no Fukei, the enemy, received tens of thousands of reinforcement.
  572. In this battle, Masamichi was killed with Sonshuo (the Prince of the Southern Court) and Moritaka NONAGASE (the Choroku Conspiracy)
  573. In this battle, Masayuki SANADA was mainly secluded in Ueda-jo Castle to fight, so it is also called the Battle of Ueda-jo Castle or the Siege of Ueda-jo Castle.
  574. In this battle, Masayuki succeeded to cause Hidetada's army to be late for the Battle of Sekigahara in Mino Province, but in the battle of Sekigahara itself, the West Camp was defeated, and Masayuki and Nobushige who were on the Western Camp's side were sentenced to death.
  575. In this battle, Prince Umayado (later called Prince Shotoku) fought on the Umako side.
  576. In this battle, Shikanosuke was captured by Motoharu KIKKAWA, the second son of Motonari MORI.
  577. In this battle, Yoritoshi did not receive any significant Onsho (reward grants), but KIYOHARA no Sadahira, whose military force he relied upon, was assigned to Chinjufu shogun (Commander-in-Chief of the Defense of the North) Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  578. In this battle, he shot the horse (named Surusumi) of Shigetada HATAKEYAMA, busho on the side of Yoritomo, who was in the scramble to be in the van.
  579. In this battle, his younger brothers Noritsune and Narimori were also killed.
  580. In this battle, more than two-thirds of the Yuan navy forces were lost, and a considerable number of the battleships were also destroyed.
  581. In this battle, the Tokugawa clan killed many military commanders of the Takeda's forces, including Masakage YAMAGATA and Nobuharu BABA, devastating the forces and coming to occupying a position superior to that of the Takeda clan (the Battle of Nagashino).
  582. In this battle, the central troop led by OTOMO no Fukei was in a difficult situation being attacked by a troop of IOI no Kujira.
  583. In this battle, the eldest brother Itsuse injured his shin by an arrow.
  584. In this battle, the force led by OTOMO no Fukei supporting Oama no Miko fought against the force led by IKI no Karakuni supporting Otomo no Miko (Prince Otomo who has been called Emperor Kobun after the Meiji period).
  585. In this beautiful place with deep mountains and dark valleys, raw stone is produced.
  586. In this book Norinaga argued that poetry is an outpouring of feelings and objected to literature being restricted by ethics or morals.
  587. In this book investigation was carried out on the usage of characters in "Kojiki," "Nihon Shoki" and "Manyoshu" in which Manyo-gana was used.
  588. In this book, I listed only need-to-know divination signs.
  589. In this book, Matsuoka focused his attention on the fact that "Senji ryakketsu consists of 36 chapters and Chapter 26 consists of 36 clauses.
  590. In this book, Takao asserted that the Dynastic polity was the coalition government of aristocrats who collected products from tato nomin (cultivating farmers) as land rent and in view of collecting products as land rent, the Dynastic polity had an element similar to that of a feudal nation.
  591. In this book, Yukichi expressed the pronunciation of 'v' by inventing a new Japanese letter 'ヴ' and '?' by adding voicing marks to 'ウ' and 'ワ', the former of which have taken root in the general Japanese writing system.
  592. In this book, he explains 72 cases, mostly the criminal law, quoting from the text of the Ritsuryokyakushiki (laws of codes and ethics [conduct]) and the theories of his hereditary learning.
  593. In this book, he is described as an Ubasoku Buddhist (a lay believer, not a priest) who is a faithful worshipper of Buddhism.
  594. In this book, he rejected the magical interpretation of Sanskrit which was prevalent in the world of Esoteric Buddhism and tried to correctly understand the contents of the original Buddhist scriptures written in Sanskrit, by studying Sanskrit grammar.
  595. In this book, the achievements of the forerunners were collected.
  596. In this book, the author explained Kemari's history, rules and technique as well as the ancient courtly traditions and etiquette concerning the ceremony and clothing of kemari.
  597. In this book, the author explained that 申楽 should be used for Sarugaku because it was basically Kagura (神楽, or sacred music), and therefore the right portion of the Chinese character 神 should be used.
  598. In this book, the means by which to design and construct gardens for Shinden-zukuri style (architecture representative (characteristic) of a nobleman's residence in the Heian period) are described.
  599. In this book, there are many techniques and ways to show the garden like "streams in the garden where there is no pond, should be exceptionally wide and long" and the description to show the garden is an expression leading to the techniques to produce a Japanese garden developed in later years.
  600. In this building, Bic Camera, an electronics retail store, opened its Kyoto shop (Nishinotoin-guchi).
  601. In this calm and peaceful spring sun, the flowers are falling without calm mind (by KI no Tomonori)
  602. In this campaign, Kukai, who was once criticized for bringing an impure philosophy to Japan, came to be evaluated as a person who introduced foreign philosophy after totally altering the contents to conform to Japanese ways and contributed to the formation of Japanese culture.
  603. In this cartoon, Shuten Doji appears as the chieftain of the Kumaso people, intending to revolt against the Japanese Imperial Court.
  604. In this case Karafuto means the region and attached islands south of the fifty northern latitude on Sakhalin (so-called Southern Sakhalin), which was incorporated into Japan through the Treaty of Portsmouth.
  605. In this case Yasutoki prioritized simplicity, taking the people into account; he prohibited extravagance by avoiding having newly made tatami mats, costumes, eboshi hats, etc., stopped using lights at night, and canceled parties and sightseeing.
  606. In this case Yoshiie mobilized many samurai of the Kanto region by his own power with no Imperial order.
  607. In this case also, according to the judgment of Retired Emperor Reigen, it was determined that the Nijo family should conduct inmyodenju, not Tsunahira NIJO in mourning but Yoshitada NIJO did.
  608. In this case also, originally, "芳醇" is correct (in certain dictionaries for Japanese language, it is written as "芳純" or "芳潤" instead of "芳醇").
  609. In this case it is thought that the people who lived in the northern Tohoku region and Hokkaido and in the Satsumon period were the pure Emishi, but that those in Hokkaido turned into Ainu while the Emishi in the Tohoku region and the Fushu, who moved into the Japanese territory, became Japanese.
  610. In this case not only the strength of fire, but also the width of iron plate where the fire is in contact is important.
  611. In this case the earliest age of calamity is the age of three (in Japanese age reckoning) for both men and women.
  612. In this case the word accomplishment means technique.
  613. In this case too, a slight time lag of a train may cause a larger time lag of other connecting trains, and thus high punctuality is needed.
  614. In this case, 'Omata no Miko' can be added as one generation between the Prince Naniwa and Kurikuma no Okimi according to the descriptions in "Kugyobunin" (directory of court nobles) and "Sonpibunmyaku" (a text compiled in the fourteenth century that records the lineages of the aristocracy).
  615. In this case, 'kara' broadly refers to China and does not mean that the products were made during the Tang period.
  616. In this case, 1 sai is set at 1.8039 milliliter.
  617. In this case, 10 times 1 sai (10 cubic shaku) is called 1 koku (a unit).
  618. In this case, Doburoku is supposed to be drunk on a certain premise, such as within the grounds of a shrine.
  619. In this case, Emperor Tenmu gave Dogyo his approval to erect Hokai-ji Temple as rewards for his work.
  620. In this case, Goji were called Goshi shiki (sub district headships) and Hoji were called Hoshi shiki (executive officer of an Imperial demesne), and the difference between the shoen and koryo on actual local land ruling apparently almost disappeared.
  621. In this case, Hashirama of Maguchi (width) is referred to as 'Ken' and that of Okuyuki (depth) as 'Men' (Sometimes Men is expressed as 'Depth is so-and-so Ken').
  622. In this case, Hisakaze SHIMAZU's official title was not "land steward of Kaseda and Izumi Villages" but "land steward of Kaseda Village, who was also in charge of Izumi Village" (sometimes also called "sashihiki" (person in charge)).
  623. In this case, Kawara refers to Chinese unglazed earthware such as 'Kawarake' (unglazed earthenware), therefore this idiom does not describes roof tiles falling down, but an unglazed clay pot broken into pieces (according to 'Bushu no hanashi' (a story about radicals) published by Cyuko new book).
  624. In this case, Kitakoji is the current Imadegawa-dori Street.
  625. In this case, Kiyomori too showed a stance to support Nijo and he did not help Tokitada.
  626. In this case, Kokuga and Shoen were not necessarily against each other but coexisted.
  627. In this case, Naobi no kami is often enshrined together with Magatsuhi no kami.
  628. In this case, Sadako was re-titled 'Kisainomiya' and Shoshi became 'Chugu.'
  629. In this case, Sarutahiko is usually enshrined together with Amenouzume, his alleged wife.
  630. In this case, Shichitorikoi was called differently depending on the subject 'area'.
  631. In this case, Tenka basically referred to the territory which was ruled by Ritsuryo Kokka (the Japanese nation under the Ritsuryo codes), namely present Honshu, Shikoku and Kyushu.
  632. In this case, Yamato Hime seems to meet that condition.
  633. In this case, Yamato means 'Yamato Province' and the City in Yamato means the former capital in Asuka.
  634. In this case, Yamato means Yamato Province and the City in Yamato means the former capital in Asuka.
  635. In this case, a dead section is used for connecting different voltage sections.
  636. In this case, a former position such as 'former Prime Minister', or a position in a political party (only the highest position such as the president) other than official positions, is indicated sometime.
  637. In this case, a girl's makeup carries the meaning of the rite of passage, similar to a boy's fundoshi (loincloth).
  638. In this case, a record kosa density of 22.9 mg per cubic meter (22,900 μg per cubic meter) was observed in Gansu Province.
  639. In this case, a shinzo under the oiran served the unattended customer as the oiran's substitute but the customer wasn't allowed to sleep with the shinzo.
  640. In this case, a zither-family stringed instrument called Hatsuse goto is sometimes used, but nowadays, Hatsuse is seldom used and it seems that Kokyu is mostly used instead.
  641. In this case, after a Kimpu is put on a Sensu with a Kaname closer to the giver, the Sensu with a Kimpu on it is turned with the Kaname closer to the receiver and offered.
  642. In this case, after putting on shitagasane, the ends of the belt extended from kyo were brought in front and were tied up.
  643. In this case, all plots which were supposed to come up in the course of time cannot be explained, so that the story has to have a vague ending implying the main character's future move.
  644. In this case, all the accounts on the blood relationships that regard Taneshige as a person who lived in the Mutsu Province would turn out to be fictional stories.
  645. In this case, although the wearer is not chosen to be 'omi' because there is no practice of senjiki (占食), but the original name has been retained.
  646. In this case, an entrance fee was paid in silver currency to the owner village of that common land.
  647. In this case, as 'Ken' of 'Keda sangen' ('gen'='Ken') is liable to be mistaken for 'Ken' (=6 Shaku) (approx.1.818m) to express dimensions, attention should be paid.
  648. In this case, as with the others, they had to rush through practice following Tsunayoshi's last minute order.
  649. In this case, attention is rarely paid to the above-mentioned practices conducted during nighttime or shinto rituals.
  650. In this case, being different from the transposition of Western music, the melody line varies slightly because it is played along with the musical scale that constitutes the tune.
  651. In this case, besides eating in a stooped position, they also bring their heads on the plate, therefore some of the Japanese people dislike Korean's way of eating and comment that they eat like a dog (exaggeratedly).
  652. In this case, cho (町) is also written as 丁 in Chinese characters.
  653. In this case, even hakkake, although it cannot be observed from outside, may have patterns woven in.
  654. In this case, even if seven or more days have passed after death, the Buddhist memorial service is observed as Shonanoka.
  655. In this case, even the thick hamburger patties can be cooked well done and beautifully by putting the patties on a plate, covering the plate with plastic wrap, heating it in a microwave oven till the patties begin to exude juice, before frying them in a pan.
  656. In this case, exchanges (referred to as Miya-ichi) were conducted with government officials from the Kuraryo (Bureau of Palace Storehouses) and court ladies from Kokyu palace (which was an imperial harem that included the empress's residence) in three buildings built in front of the Kenrei-mon gate that displayed imported Chinese goods.
  657. In this case, from the viewpoint that Monju is also on the way of ascetic training, it is sometimes called Monji Daishi, which avoids using the title of Bosatsu.
  658. In this case, however, '煎餅', which can be pronounced senbei, is actually read as 'irimochi' meaning a snack made by caking wheat flour with oil, which is different from the present-day senbei.
  659. In this case, however, although having been derailed, the train escaped from being overturned as a whole and no fatal nor serious physical damage was inflicted.
  660. In this case, however, it is not a good combination for eating at the same time because both daikon radish and carrot destroy each other's nutrients.
  661. In this case, however, the cost could increase depending on that decision, due to the increased amount of pork.
  662. In this case, however, the word 'imo' endearingly refers to a wife or a younger woman, which is interpreted as not meaning a younger sister in this context.
  663. In this case, however, unaccustomed hands hold only the upper part when pulling out an inner film sheet, consequently cooked rice remains in the inner film.
  664. In this case, however, white rice, seasoned ingredients, and a raw egg are put in a roasted stone bowl and mixed together, and therefore we can hardly say they eat a raw egg.
  665. In this case, if ryosode was added, 300 plates of each mark would win regardless of the amount and those sub winnings were called hana (flower).
  666. In this case, if the number of personnel did not meet the required number for a te unit, then several similar lower-ranking daimyos were combined to create one te unit.
  667. In this case, if they came home directly, they would violate the tabooed direction, where Tenichi-jin God was located.
  668. In this case, it cannot be distinguished from the title whether she is the wife of the emperor or the empress who attained the crown.
  669. In this case, it differs from other Sanzon figures in the configuration of one Seson-two Bosatsu, but is a two Seson-four Bosatsu.
  670. In this case, it had not got there yet, so probably they used these terms because of not getting used to the terms and their good impression on Hakodate that made them careless about it.
  671. In this case, it has a nuance of 'o-bochan' (a son who is well brought up) in a good meaning, and 'dora-musuko' (a prodigal son) in a bad meaning.
  672. In this case, it is called 'Sannin Kichi Tomoe no Hatsugai.'
  673. In this case, it is common that the body is just covered with a garment, and eboshi is placed near the pillow.
  674. In this case, it is rather difficult to believe that Tsurumatsu TOYOTOMI was Hideyoshi's child.
  675. In this case, it is sometimes described as 御殿医 (goteni).
  676. In this case, it may be called Kaisen oyakodon (Seafood oyakodon) to distinguish it from oyakodon.
  677. In this case, it means the socio-political system considered to have been established after the overturn of ancient slavery with the improvement of productivity, under which feudal lords ruled productive peasants as serfs.
  678. In this case, it was called 'buyakusen.'
  679. In this case, it was called Regent in stead of being called 'Shosei.'
  680. In this case, jishi was non-existent from the beginning rather than exempt.
  681. In this case, kakushi nenbutsu asked some people to donate money toward the construction of an asylum for the aged, using a list of donators who occupied high social positions.
  682. In this case, nenbutsu begins to have nearly the same meaning as 'nenbo,' but as long as it is a nenbutsu, it is different from a simple nenbo.
  683. In this case, nenbutsu means that within the attributes of the Buddha, there is Daiji (great compassion), Daihi (great mercy) and Daikomyo (great hope).
  684. In this case, no herbs are added.
  685. In this case, one should be careful not to tie a granny knot by mistake, which is easy to untie and is dangerous.
  686. In this case, pottery containers of casserole type are mainly used.
  687. In this case, remains that were once placed there cannot be taken out because all remains are placed in the same place.
  688. In this case, saishu often wears ikan and saiin often wears kariginu.
  689. In this case, servants included not only warriors but also non-warrior servants such as Chugen, manservants, and maid servants (theoretically, servants included day workers).
  690. In this case, she wears birakan on the right temple and tsumami-kanzashi (tweezing kanzashi) on the left temple.
  691. In this case, some shrines are dedicated to the parent god as the chief god, or sosen shin (ancestral god), whereas others call otabisho (place where the sacred palanquin is lodged during a festival) or branch shrines Wakamiya.
  692. In this case, starting from the Sunday, the day before the Respect for the Aged Day, the weekend will be a four-day weekend (a five-day weekend for those who have a five-day work week).
  693. In this case, the Ie, which the member belonged to was called as a head family.
  694. In this case, the Tsushima Domain successfully requested Yi Dynasty Korea to export China-made cotton.
  695. In this case, the body is to be transported home, but a special license is necessary to do so.
  696. In this case, the candidates are Reizei's half-brothers.
  697. In this case, the character for 'sho' can be regarded as being added in later years.
  698. In this case, the competitor who shot the hakiya (an arrow which slides on the ground without reaching the target) will become the lowest rank.
  699. In this case, the currency of the country can be converted into the certain amount of gold, which is called mint parity of gold.
  700. In this case, the currency of the country is represented as a certain amount of silver, and silver value is set as default for commodity price.
  701. In this case, the day of hassaku (August 1 on lunar calendar) becomes a festival day.
  702. In this case, the dish is often served with Japanese pepper.
  703. In this case, the emperor or the Imperial Court is not accused later.
  704. In this case, the farmers paid Nengu to both lords of their home village and their working fields.
  705. In this case, the former is called sekkaku and the latter is called zanshi.
  706. In this case, the foundation of this 3rd group's livelihood was the possession of agricultural land or a commerce, and they did not belong to the ranks of vassals.
  707. In this case, the general revenue resources of the university was desired to pay the rent.
  708. In this case, the gesture is a simplified motion of the placing together of the palms of the hands.
  709. In this case, the honorific title 'sama' (Mr.) was added to the addressee's name to distinguish it from the roju hosho.
  710. In this case, the installation is meant in other words to fit the owner's house, so that 'dai' and 'hon' are mainly used during the process of production and sale.
  711. In this case, the kaisho of Doyo was during a transitional period to Muromachi (Muromachi period).
  712. In this case, the kanmotsu dedicated to the nation was delivered to the Innomiya family concerned and the salary and tax gained by the zuryo was paid to the chigyo-kokushu.
  713. In this case, the knees are put together, which is different from sonkyo for sumo and the like.
  714. In this case, the latter horse was called oiuma (chasing horse) and oiuma needed to overtake mokenouma to finish the goal to win.
  715. In this case, the martial art called "budo" didn't distinguish the modern budo from the traditional one, but as a reference only to the traditional one it is often called 'kobudo' (old budo) or 'koryu' (old style), etc.
  716. In this case, the matsuri is often called by combining the name of region where the matsuri is held, details of event held in the rite and festival, and name of attraction.
  717. In this case, the negotiations' director on the side of the court was Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA, who occupied the position of "seii taishogun" (literally, 'great general who subdues the barbarians') in Muromachi bakufu and also the position of "Gon Dainagon" (Provisional Major Counselor) in court.
  718. In this case, the noodles also need to meet the "Japan Agricultural Standards for hand-stretched dried noodles."
  719. In this case, the onset of allergy symptoms may be suppressed by using soy sauce made from millet such as sesame, foxtail millet, barnyard millet, or proso millet.
  720. In this case, the passenger should just pay the predetermined amount.
  721. In this case, the right hand represents preaching to the audience while the left hand represents preaching to oneself.
  722. In this case, the rights of jito were called Jito shiki (manager and lord of manor).
  723. In this case, the route from Kurama Station to Kifune via Kurama-dera Temple is more popular.
  724. In this case, the sauces, aonori-ko and sliced dried bonito are also prepared on the table in most of the shops.
  725. In this case, the sukiyaki is 'boiled' rather than 'grilled.'
  726. In this case, the sword was fastened with hirao (cord of sword) and was tied up to the waist.
  727. In this case, the term refers to the period between the mid-Heian period (during and after the 10th century) and the Taira clan's administrative period, or before the Insei period (period of cloistered imperial rule).
  728. In this case, the use of numbered tickets becomes unnecessary.
  729. In this case, the word 'oneri' is commonly used.
  730. In this case, the word 'soba' is commonly written in hiragana and kanji characters representing buckwheat (soba) are not used.
  731. In this case, there is less risk of injury and even when a sword is broken it's easy to fix damages, therefore it is often used for events of elementary schools.
  732. In this case, there remain many questions and contradictions such as 'Why he had to adopt another son in spite of the existence of Shintoku?,' 'Why Hisaie, who was born as a heir of the Kojima clan, needed to be adopted as a son of Muneie, who was not a relative?.'
  733. In this case, they are generally supposed to follow the same steps of bowing twice, clapping hands twice, and bowing once, but following the instructions of the Shinto priest is more important.
  734. In this case, they are used as a condiment vegetable.
  735. In this case, they protected themselves from outside enemies or justified their ruling authority based on their positions.
  736. In this case, they were entitled to have an audience with the shogun, and was allowed to dismount a horse at check points during their sankin kotai.
  737. In this case, two actors perform together (Shimai also has another variation in which two actors, Shite and Waki (supporting actor), perform together like 'Daija' (big snake).
  738. In this case, vassals of the Oishi family were baishin (indirect vassal) of the Asano family, and the Asano family did not have the right to directly give orders to vassals of the Oishi family.
  739. In this case, yakitori may be ungrilled, vacuum-packed, or frozen, if it is not already grilled.
  740. In this case, year-round bus service is available.
  741. In this case, zangi refers to chicken tatsutaage or karaage with a strong ginger flavor.
  742. In this castle, Yodo-dono, Hideyoshi's concubine gave birth to a baby, Tsurumaru who immediately died in 1591.
  743. In this category, he applied the concept of 'connection', described in books on theory, to the history of Japanese thought in an attempt to justify Japanese ethics within a specific context.
  744. In this category, there exists Butsugen Mandala (literally Buddha-Eye Mandala), Ichijikinrin Mandala (One-Syllable Golden Wheel Mandala), Sonsho Mandala (Mandala composed of holy spirits of Mahavairocana's parietal region), Hokke Mandala (lotus mandala), Horokaku Mandala (Jeweled Pavilion Mandala) and Ninnogyo Mandala (the Sutra of Benevolent Kings Mandala), and so on.
  745. In this ceremony the Mandonusa (a talisman) is removed from the Giboshi (an ornament on a parapet of the bridge) before the dismantling of Uji-bashi Bridge.
  746. In this ceremony, however, the divine mirror is not transferred since it is a sacred object of the Kashikodokoro (the Sanctuary) of the Three Shrines in the Imperial Court.
  747. In this chapter, Kaoru was promoted to Chunagon (vice-councilor of state), and Kobai (the rose plum) and Yugiri were also promoted from Dainagon (chief councilor of state) to Udaijin (minister of the right), and from Udaijin to Sadaijin (minister of the left) respectively.
  748. In this chapter, we are introducing those classics completed in the Middle Ages but are still frequently presented nowadays.
  749. In this chart, the census figures for 1721 (Kyoho 11), 1738 (Genbun 3), and 1743 (Enkyo 1) only represent townspeople.
  750. In this climate, Goshirakawa selected FUJIWARA no Nobuyori, governor of Musashi Province, to promote and groom as a retainer.
  751. In this collection, poems by swordsmen from the Heian period until the Muromachi period are selected.
  752. In this column, 'bead' (珠) is to be used consistently.
  753. In this column, his age at death is based on the "Inpunenpyo" (Chronological Table of Tottori) and the records of deputy of chief retainer from "Tottori-han shi" (History Record of Tottori Domain).
  754. In this comic book, Toshiie was described as an old man with middle-aged spread who envies Keijiro persistently, is made fun of, or cries loudly like a child, and because of his role he is looked down on considerably in comparison with real Toshiie.
  755. In this comment, Ietaka's name was used as an example to show that being the son of Sekkan-ke did not always promise success in life.
  756. In this committee, he showed his ability as 'an expert of law drafting,' and he played an active role as mastermind of drafting the Criminal Law, the Criminal Procedure Law, the Crimnall Law of Japanese Army and Navy, the Draft of Regulations in the Japan Sea, the Medical Affairs Act, and the Pharmaceutical Affairs Act.
  757. In this concequence, the First Katsura Cabinet resigned in a body in January of the following year, instead, the First Saionji Cabinet was formed.
  758. In this conference the Four-Power Treaty was concluded between Japan, Britain, the US and France, and at the same time, it was decided that the alliance not be renewed, so that the Anglo-Japanese Alliance was dissolved and absorbed into the new treaty in 1923.
  759. In this connection, Chigi asserted that the content of Nehan-gyo Sutra was almost the same as that of Hoke-kyo Sutra, and its truth had already been clarified in Hoke-kyo Sutra and therefore, it was preached only for the purpose of rescuing people who had been left out from Hoke's rescue.
  760. In this connection, Imperial Princess Toshi, who committed adultery with FUJIWARA no Michimasa, incurred the wrath of her father, Emperor Sanjo.
  761. In this connection, Nichiren said in his Shugo Kokka-ron (Treatise on protection of the nation); 'The above is a summary of voluminous sutra.
  762. In this connection, after the merger with Marinos was made public in October, 1998, Flugels won all the following official games, and also won the last official game, the Emperor's Cup final to round off its career respectably.
  763. In this connection, converting 1000 mons (a unit of currency) to 1 kan, a person with the rank up to Daishoi (Great Initial Rank) was given ichii (first rank) for 5 kans.
  764. In this connection, his grave didn't have a gravestone, so it is said to be located somewhere in a bamboo thicket.
  765. In this connection, kaichu-myogo doesn't exist in Otani School.
  766. In this connection, many of them had an experience to go abroad at the end of Edo period or in the Meiji period, and were never influenced by the thought of Sonno Joi (reverence for the Emperor and the expulsion of foreigners).
  767. In this connection, some say the term 'shari (rice/vinegared rice)' for sushi is derived from sarira, but that view is wrong.
  768. In this connection, the oldest example that is recorded in historical material today is the record relating to the event of Princess Kishi (who later became Saigu no Nyogo) in 938.
  769. In this connection, there is a theory which argues that any Saigu before Sukatehime is a complete invention of later generations on the basis of the three points below.
  770. In this contest, the poets of the Heian period (from ONO no Komachi through Sagami) were deployed on the left-hand side and the poets of the beginning of the medieval period (from Imperial Princess Shokushi through Sohekimon-in no Shosho) were deployed on the right-hand side, and then three poems were selected per poet to have them compete against each other.
  771. In this context, 'raku' means 'free.'
  772. In this context, 'to tell' means to sing a song to a tune, but it was written in narrative style; that is why we call it 'telling' instead of 'singing.'
  773. In this context, SUGAWARA no Michizane, who had urged the abolition of the Japanese diplomatic missions to Tang Dynasty China, was promoted as the creator of the word yamato-damashii.
  774. In this context, So-Yo-Cho was introduced from the Tang Dynasty to Japan along with the Ritsuryo system.
  775. In this context, a sword means a double-edged cutting instrument, and a blade refers to a single-edged cutting instrument.
  776. In this context, the following description in "Mappo Tomyo Ki," which is said to be compiled by Saicho (some people say it is fake), is often quoted:
  777. In this context, the term "peers" refers to the holders of peerage, and the followings are commoners:
  778. In this cooking style, you do not need to coat the head.
  779. In this country of which most belongs to a mild and humid climate zone, and where changes of the seasons are clear, a life by settlement based on rice cropping became a foundation of life due to these climate conditions.
  780. In this country, hibutsu are often found with Buddhist images that are the principal icons of well-known temples, as well as the temples that are deep-rooted in folk beliefs, including pilgrim stamp offices of the 33 Temples of Saigoku, fudasho (temples where amulets are collected) and those in reijo (sacred ground).
  781. In this country, many visitors who made pilgrimages to the temple and many people of various occupations gathered, so that it flourished more than Kyoto City.
  782. In this culture, notable regional differences are found with respect to the shape of the saisekijin core and its fabrication method.
  783. In this defection, a condemned happened to regain consciousness sometimes.
  784. In this definition, even the dishes that have been eaten by Japanese over a long period of time cannot be called 'wa-shoku,' if they are not unique to Japan.
  785. In this description, it took Keitai nearly 20 years to place the capital in Yamato after he assumed the throne, which suggests there was disarray between the imperial family (in fact Yamato sovereignty) and the neighboring tribal states.
  786. In this description, the king of Wa is referred to as the emperor of Wa, and he does not regard him as his vassal.
  787. In this diary, Teika conscientiously recorded events over a span of 56 years, from 1180 to 1235.
  788. In this dish, tonkatsu is put in a bowl of ramen as an ingredient.
  789. In this district, a community center named 'Shinkansen' and a bus stop named 'Kansen-shita' exist as well.
  790. In this disturbance, 17 people died, over 500 people got injured and over 2000 people were arrested (including 87 people adjudicated guilty).
  791. In this document, Satoyama was defined as 'satoyama means a mountain close to a rural settlement habitat.'
  792. In this document, among the five family heads of the Hojo clan, Ujimasa is the only one who is disrespected this much and called without 'kun' (a suffix to refer to a ruler).
  793. In this document, in addition to the first and second Miho Naval Air Corps, the Yamato Naval Air Corps after the transfer is described.
  794. In this document, seals of Chokushisho's officials, including its director KI no Kosami and assistant director FUJIWARA no Uchimaro, are seen.
  795. In this document, the years are based on the Julian calendar, while months and dates are based on the Japanese Senmyo calendar (derived from the Chinese lunisolar calendar).
  796. In this drama, Daikichi HANAYAMA unwholesomelyeats okara as appetizer and once he ate up okara for 68 people.
  797. In this drama, [the scriptwriter lets] SERIZAWA say that there is a reason for each one of his many actions; these actions result in the description of him as a man of violent and broad-minded personality.
  798. In this envoy, Yun-gil HWANG, the head of the envoy and Seong-il KIM, its deputy head, were in a bad relationship.
  799. In this episode, the woman (Imperial Princess Yasuiko) received a letter from her parent (who is generally assumed to have been KI no Shizuko).
  800. In this era of Yoritomo, the Otomo clan settled in Bungo Province and increasingly extended its influence as daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) in Kitakyushu.
  801. In this era of san-pitsu, Saicho should be listed as an especially excellent calligrapher as well, and "shinkan-kokuchoshoninshi" (a poem of regretting the death of Saicho, written by the emperor himself) that Emperor Saga wrote regretting the death of Saicho in the sosho-tai (cursive style writing) style remains.
  802. In this era when neither cooling nor freezing technology was available, tane was marinated in vinegar or soy sauce, or cooked before used as toppings or fillings.
  803. In this era, Buddhism was brought to Japan from Kudara (Baekje, Paekche), and Buddhist culture, such as Asuka culture and Hakuho culture in the later era, developed.
  804. In this era, a key industry of Japan except agriculture was a production of raw silk thread.
  805. In this era, a light-illuminated board displaying information for bus passengers was placed on each platform and a light-illuminated bus timetable board was installed near the ticket gate.
  806. In this era, a male and a female in the noble class interacted with each other mostly through letters, and males used onna-de characters as well to write letters to females.
  807. In this era, critical evaluations were also made for TAIRA no Masakado and Takauji ASHIKAGA, who were respected by Ieyasu and others, as rebels who had defied the imperial court (there is a theory as well that Ieyasu was also critical of Takauji ASHIKAGA).
  808. In this era, daimyo in the sengoku period actively donated money or other valuables to the imperial court in order to secure a kokushi post.
  809. In this era, eta (literally, quite dirty) was another name for kawaramono.
  810. In this era, females were strongly differentiated from males, and it was prohibited for females to learn Chinese language.
  811. In this era, life in the middle and southwestern areas of Hokkaido and the northern part of Aomori Prefecture entered the Satsumon period (featured by earthenware with patterns called Satsumon).
  812. In this event, people bind up a principal image Yoryu Kannon onto a sacred palanquin, and carry it swinging and parade around the town of Hozonkai three times.
  813. In this event, people make and eat Inoko mochi (boar dumplings), wishing elimination of disease and prosperity for their descendants.
  814. In this example, people eat the entire body of the turban inside the shell except for the bottom end (the top of the cone-shaped body.)
  815. In this example, shrimp, a ginkgo nut, a shiitake mushroom, and the like, other than the body of turbo are packed in the shell, and the soup is poured in a more sophisticated manner into the shell instead of some drops of soy sauce.
  816. In this explanation, Umaosa, which was a popular furyu, was initially called Hitostumono and furyu itself came to be called Hitotsumono, which was latterly recognized as yorishiro due to the transformation of folklore in various regions.
  817. In this facility, visitors can touch animals and feed them.
  818. In this festival, the power of Godai Myoo is magnified by burning a large ritualistic 'Saito Goma' outside, and on the last day the contest of strength by holding up a big Kagami-mochi of 150 kg has been held as a traditional event.
  819. In this festival, visitors to shrine scramble to obtain these blessed rice cakes after shooting the straw deer.
  820. In this field, "yakitori" means thermal failure of Athlon, a type of CPU from Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. for computers, caused by insufficient cooling due to heatsink installation errors and so on.
  821. In this fight, one member of the anti-rebel group died (Gorobe MICHIJIMA), while six members of the rebel group were killed (Shinshichi ARIMA, Aijiro SHIBAYAMA, Sosuke HASHIGUCHI, Naogoro NISHIDA, Ryusuke DESHIMARU, and Denzo HASHIGUCHI) and two were badly wounded (Kensuke TANAKA and Shingoezaemon MORIYAMA).
  822. In this fighting, Takewakamaru, the son of Takauji's concubine, was killed.
  823. In this figure, each te unit consists of multiple sonae in both 先手衆七手 (first group consisting of seven te units) and ニノ先手衆七手 (second group consisting of seven te units) (though the former contains more sonae in number).
  824. In this film MIFUNE plays a nameless bodyguard (in the film he says he forgot his name while wandering around various countries).
  825. In this film, Shuten Doji is called Onimasho Shuten Doji, one of the Four Dark Warlords who serve Arago the Demon Lord.
  826. In this film, using the effect of a telescopic lens, which KUROSAWA had used frequently since "Seven Samurai", effectively succeeds in highlighting the swordfight.
  827. In this first quire, depicted are the earliest episodes of Genji Monogatari, but this quire is not well connected to the following quire 'Hahakigi' (The Broom Tree).
  828. In this flood disaster, debris of the collapsed Sanjo-ohashi Bridge, which was carried from the upstream, was caught on the Shijo-ohashi Bridge made of reinforced concrete and held back water, and accordingly, the overflowed water spread from Shijo Station to the water channels, resulting in heavy damage.
  829. In this fudoki, contention is described in the local tales of Ibo, Shiso, and Kanzaki Counties.
  830. In this game Hanzo HATTORI is introduced as the leader of a Iga shogunate spy group.
  831. In this game, Shuten Doji appears in the opening movie where he brutally kills the parents of the first main character and puts a 'Sterilization Curse' and a 'Short-life Curse' on the main character so that he won't be able to have descendants with a human and he will be extremely short-lived.
  832. In this game, the cards drawn by players featuring poets wearing blue crowns (blue caps) are called 'ao-kanmuri,' those wearing oblong caps are 'tate-eboshi,' those wearing other caps are 'yoko-eboshi,' while those that have arrows are 'yagoro,' priests are 'bozu,' and female poets are 'hime.'
  833. In this hataraki-goto, the shite who plays a spirit of busho (Japanese military commander) or a monogurui (mad people) moves round wildly in a state of high emotion and expresses the suffering of Shurado (World of Fighting and Slaughter) ("Yashima" or "Sakuragawa" [Sakura river] in which a heroine wonders about in a frenzy of grief).
  834. In this historic context, 'arming of temples and shrines,' although it seemingly sounds contradictory, was in fact promoted.
  835. In this idea a new concept of 'devastated copse' is introduced.
  836. In this incidence, not only the former head of the household of Yoshinaka who had been retired was killed, but also Yoshimasa, the family head, had a hard time receiving the punishment of Kaieki (forfeit to rank of Samurai and properties), as asked to take responsibility for the disturbance.
  837. In this incident the royalist faction in the Satsuma domain was purged by Hisamitsu SHIMAZU, the father of the lord in the Satsuma domain, and the de facto ruler, on May 29, 1862.
  838. In this incident, Mitsunari showed friendly feelings such as trying to reduce the number of Christians to be caught, and also placated Hideyoshi in order to prevent the execution of Christians (the 26 martyrs).
  839. In this incident, Tamuramaro requested and was granted the release of the captured FUNYA no Watamaro.
  840. In this incident, as with others, the fact that the chef unwillingly served the food to Mitsugoro, who kept asking for one dish after another, became an issue.
  841. In this incident, disarray between Goshirakawa and the Taira clan occurred with respect to measures against Enryaku-ji Temple, and it was revealed that the government was not necessarily monolithic.
  842. In this incident, he served as a leader and left an accomplished record.
  843. In this incident, there were a great number of Kokushis and government officials who were impeached, and the emperor gave an admonishment to the criminals and granted amnesty afterwards.
  844. In this incident, with the abetment by Heungseon Daewongun group, government high officials of Queen Min's family members who were in charge of administration, killed Japanese military advisors and Japanese legations were killed and the Japanese Legation was raided.
  845. In this instance, Shigemori and Munemori were doing their best to prevent a clash with Enryaku-ji Temple.
  846. In this item, descriptions are made for 牢人 (samurai).
  847. In this kind of ochi, comedians set a device in a stage set such as a building (called yatai) in advance, and pull it down on a large scale at the end of the story.
  848. In this land of Kurodani, memorial services are held to console the spirits of the feudal retainers of the Aizu clan, who were killed in the Battle of Toba-Fushimi.
  849. In this large-scale personal shuffle, Masamitsu was appointed Tenjobito (a high-ranking courtier allowed into the Imperial Palace) at age 13, thanks to Masamitsu serving as a minor officer, while the new Emperor was the Imperial Prince.
  850. In this law, 'folk performing arts' (added in the revision in 1975) and 'folk techniques' (added in the revision in 2004) are added to the law revised in 1954.
  851. In this legend, Okuninushi is visited by a small god from across the ocean, who would not reveal his name to anybody and whose name nobody knows.
  852. In this letter was a sentence which read, 'I hereby appoint you the king of Japan,' but Hideyoshi refused the investiture by the Chinese court and started the Japan's second invasion of Korea.
  853. In this letter, Shoin made inquiries about Yamagata, saying, 'I am not sure who Aritomo is,' suggesting that Yamagata and Shoin had no acquaintance with each other before Yamagata entered the juku.
  854. In this letter, he also said that he needed to have a family register in Nagaoka in order to move to the new cottage, which shows other evidence for his birthplace.
  855. In this letter, the sentence "must not be known to anyone else" was written, and judging from this situation that he sent secret gifts to "大従門," their close ties is obvious.
  856. In this line, during the time of the fifth master Renshin Sojun (蓮心宗順) after the Meiji Restoration, there were many ardent students of tea ceremony, including Donno Masuda and Kyohei MAGOSHI.
  857. In this manga, against a backdrop of the Asuka period, the story develops in the form of that members of the Soga Family including Emishi (he was portrayed as a first child of Umako), Emperor Sushun and Empress Suiko were made fools of by Prince Umayado who figured out political scheme,
  858. In this manner the story 'focuses more and more on the devoted love for her husband.'
  859. In this manner, information began to be collected on the proper timing and distance at which to use bows, firearms, spears, and swords, as well as information on battles themselves and on methods allowing wrestlers without great strength to pin strong opponents on the ground.
  860. In this manner, it is said that the dohyo is a sacred area, and women are not allowed to enter.
  861. In this manner, melodies and techniques of the traditional Japanese music were employed to complete "Chidori no Kyoku."
  862. In this manner, one can say that the literacy rate in Edo was significantly high vis-?-vis the rest of the world.
  863. In this manner, the Kongo school as well as Kuroemon KATAYAMA's family of the Kanze school (one of the shite-kata schools of Noh) has a close relation to the Inoue school.
  864. In this manner, the name 'Kudara Kannon' became gradually rooted for this statue.
  865. In this manner, the soy sauce does not come directly into rice, and the egg white and the yolk can be sufficiently mixed.
  866. In this manufacturing method, bacillus subtilis natto is adhered to straw as a spore that's highly resistant to heat.
  867. In this manuscript the entry "洌" is described as follows:
  868. In this meeting, Ieyasu hatched a plot to induce a split among the people of the Toyotomi family.
  869. In this meeting, Shunju Kokuryo-den (Annotation of Guliang on Spring and Autumn Annals) prevailed over Shunju Kuyo-den (Annotation of Gongyang on Spring and Autumn Annals) in "Shunju."
  870. In this meeting, there was a confrontation between the radicals who called for the besiegement of the castle and the moderates who called to surrender the castle and ask for the restoration of the clan.
  871. In this mess, Taheiji robs Oriyo of fifty ryo (currency unit).
  872. In this method, ingredients are not grilled over fire; instead, they are pressed down with a spatula-like utensil and fried on the iron plate.
  873. In this method, the modern management is able to be thoroughly conducted and the sake is able to flexibly cope with the inventory state as an industrial product.
  874. In this military system, military aristocrats as 'samurai families' demonstrated more than enough capabilities.
  875. In this modern age it is hard to believe that these events influenced the evaluation of his reign, but at the time, people naturally presumed he was being punished by Heaven.
  876. In this monastery there were 177 cells for priests inside the surrounding square walls approximately 300 meters per side, as well as a cruciate vihara in the center of a courtyard with stairs on all sides (base: 109 m x 96 m).
  877. In this movement, the "Sosho school" was founded and they added a certain level of form and manners by modeling the established sado to the purpose of sencha-do pursuing how to better enjoy the taste of tea.
  878. In this movie, Hanzo HATTORI retired from ninja and ran a sushi restaurant in present-day Okinawa.
  879. In this movie, Magodayu HATTORI, who designated himself as a descendant of Hanzo, appeared.
  880. In this museum, approximately 500 items of material related to the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) are exhibited in addition to those related to Marshal Heihachiro TOGO who became the first admiral of Maizuru Chinjufu.
  881. In this name, a spirit of the people in the Kansai region appears saying "a stranger is a stranger."
  882. In this negotiation, the Furukawa side changed their policy to offer a final composition that they would give some money and in return demand the abandonment of the right in the future to claim against them for damages by the mining pollution.
  883. In this night, the 2nd company of the Hoyoku-tai troop in Sanpokai was also attacked and forced to retreat due to lack of ammunition.
  884. In this novel, the author has a character speak as follows:
  885. In this oath, the government stipulated the use of a collegiate body system, the creation of a state in cooperation with bureaucracy and the private sector, the breaking of old habits, and the fostering of power to equal with foreign powerful countries.
  886. In this occasion, he changed his name to Shuzo after the two, Kenzo and Shusuke.
  887. In this offensive, not only Sanada's army but also Katsunaga MORI, Takenori AKASHI and others made a great effort and closed in on Ieyasu's headquarters.
  888. In this opinion, Kokushi kasei joso disappeared because Gunji and farmers became involved in Kokuga government as Zaichokanjin (the local officials in Heian and Kamakura periods).
  889. In this paragraph, the birthday in the family chronicle is adopted.
  890. In this party, OTOMO no Yakamochi who was at that time Udoneri (Central Secretariat officer) participated and composed a poem which remains in Manyoshu (the oldest anthology of Japanese poetry).
  891. In this pattern, audience psychology first leans towards stability when the story shows signs of stability or consistency, but later unexpected developments shake it towards instability, which causes laughter.
  892. In this pattern, the audience does not experience stability as the story line suddenly provides a sense of instability from a normal state, which causes a laugh,
  893. In this performance, "Sukeroku" was preceded by 'Kabukikyogen Kumi Juhachiban no uchi' meaning 'one of the eighteen Kabuki repertoire items' for the first time.
  894. In this performance, it was shown that Katobushi was no longer dedicated to Uzaemon ICHIMURA and that Danjuro ICHIKAWA had a patent on Katobushi.
  895. In this period Akifusa MANABE and a Neo-Confucian scholar Hakuseki ARAI led the government because the shogun was weak and immature.
  896. In this period each country appointed thinkers called Shoshi-hyakka (general term of scholars and schools in China), and they introduced new weapons, such as Cavalry Operations and chariots, and conducted military reforms.
  897. In this period she seemed to be on friendly terms with Prince Obito (Emperor Shomu) to whom later she dedicated her poems personally.
  898. In this period the language lost many of its characteristics it had held since the ancient times, and got much closer to today's Japanese.
  899. In this period's excavated articles, there are elaborate metal goods, including harness and accouterments, in addition, there were many other items as well, such as earthen vessels, clay artifacts, stone objects, gems, and swords.
  900. In this period, Awataguchi school in Yamashiro Province and Ichimonji school in Bizen Province were newly established.
  901. In this period, Chikafusa KITABATAKE already criticized this new politics in his book, Jinno Shotoki (Chronicles of the Authentic Lineages of the Divine Emperors), from a conservative aristocratic perspective.
  902. In this period, Jojo-in became the owner of the temple, and the temple became a Shingon sect temple, departing from the control of Kofuku-ji Temple.
  903. In this period, Kyoto was the center of art including literature and politics.
  904. In this period, Sanchi lived in Kyoto and had contact with Monnyusai HAYASHIand took on Genetsu, a son of Hokkyo (the third highest rank for Buddhist priests) Genseki NAKANISHI, who was a strong go player living also in Kyoto.
  905. In this period, Shugouke, the contract system that Shugo undertook nengu collection from shoen and koryo within Shugo's territory for honke, ryoke, and chigyo-kokushu (provincial proprietor) was spreading, and such a right was called shugo shiki.
  906. In this period, a dispute arose among the believers of fujufuse in Okayama concerning whether or not 'horyu' were allowed to act as doshi (Lead Chanter) and this dispute became a problem not only in Okayama but in the entire Fujufuse School.
  907. In this period, a large number of translations (not limited to those related to laws) were brought from Japan to the continent and, for the convenience of people looking for new knowledge, several book catalogs were made.
  908. In this period, an innovative air was brought to the calligraphic world as well due to the educational policy of the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), drastically changing Chinese and Japanese calligraphic styles.
  909. In this period, an unusual dish of the reverse egg (the boiled egg which is reversed yellow and white body) was generated.
  910. In this period, as Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI encouraged arts and crafts, people who made a profession out of producing braided cord emerged.
  911. In this period, coming and going by Zen (Buddhism) monks were implemented actively, and cultures (a vegetarian dish, ink-wash painting, custom of tea drinking) brought along with the Zen sect had a big influence on subsequent developments of Japanese culture.
  912. In this period, each system could be run flexibly, and Emperor's vagary could be accepted.
  913. In this period, famous swordsmiths gathered in Edo, Kyoto, and Osaka to compete with each other.
  914. In this period, he traveled from place to place in western provinces.
  915. In this period, he was also appointed Yuyama buggy (magistrate) by Hideyoshi to manage Yuyama-kaido Highway and Arima-Onsen Hot Spring where Hideyoshi passed through many times.
  916. In this period, his father Norimichi tried to pass on the position of Kanpaku (chief adviser to the Emperor), but his father died without fulfilling this wish in 1075.
  917. In this period, his third son, FUJIWARA no Atsutada, was born.
  918. In this period, histories of apparitions were created and were called Tsukumogami (九十九神).
  919. In this period, in addition to the six-dynasty style, the calligraphic style of the Jin and Tang dynasties was used, with the calligraphic style of Xizhi WANG learnt by many.
  920. In this period, it faced difficulties because it was deprived of some of its lands and had some of its collection of books carried away to Kyoto by Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI., who loved old books.
  921. In this period, it was the Shimo Reizei family that was the main line of the Reizei family.
  922. In this period, kanin were basically the same as those in the Han Dynasty, but the quality varied as the wars and political instabilities continued.
  923. In this period, legal racial movement by the Koreans became active, and development of Korean literature and that of popular culture in big cities were seen.
  924. In this period, local lords and local clans considered it indispensable to acquire skills of reading, writing, and arithmetic for the management of their territories.
  925. In this period, many books on agricultural techniques, such as 'Noka eki (farming handbook)' and 'Nogyo zensho (Compendia of agricultural knowledge),' were published and the techniques that had been handed down by the tamori were recorded systematically.
  926. In this period, many political strifes occurred in the central government and in Tohoku there were never-ending wars with Ezo.
  927. In this period, myoshu rights were already recognized as rights that could be inherited or sold, and as rural society became more and more homogenized the position and rights of myoshu were split into smaller elements.
  928. In this period, specialist meat shops which remain even today appeared.
  929. In this period, temples and shrines had prospered as a lord of a manor and had caused disputes with kokushi (provincial governors).
  930. In this period, the Japanese society was more or less stable because there was no big disturbance of war for more than two centuries, and the ordinary people's living standard was improved from that of the former periods.
  931. In this period, the full-blown Zen sect of Buddhism was introduced into Japan by Eisai, Dogen, and other priests who went to Sung-dynasty China, and the sect gradually increased its influence in spite of the pressure from the old Buddhist powerhouses, such as Enryaku-ji Temple on Mt. Hiei.
  932. In this period, the meaning of 浪人 was close to a person who wandered around, although 牢人 existed, and it was in the late Muromachi period that the social status-indicating the term of 牢人 came to be firmly used.
  933. In this period, the movement was led mainly by the Morita Village Association (later changed its name to the Morita Area Association) which had been formed by the residents of the most damaged area.
  934. In this period, the two Zen sects of the Rinzai sect and the Soto sect were introduced from China one after another.
  935. In this period, the warrior class was increasing its power while regency of nobility was declining and people's anxiety was growing due to the unstable and dangerous society.
  936. In this period, there were many samurai who became 牢人 and changed daimyo families under which they were employed, and there were even 牢人 who eventually became a daimyo himself.
  937. In this phase, although deities and the Buddha were under the same belief system, they were recognized as a different existence; they were not yet considered same existence.
  938. In this picture, the residence of Minbu ARIMA (有馬民部), the Chief Retainer of the Arima family is drawn in the area of Idekita, and it is presumed that there was some connection with the 'Naka no shiro Castle' thought to have been destroyed by factory developments after the Tasho period.
  939. In this pilgrimage, the first temple for Gyoson to visit was the Hase-dera Temple and the thirty-third one was the Mimuroto-ji Temple.
  940. In this place, Oguri heard from a peddler about the Princess Terute who was a beautiful young woman staying with Yokoyama, the administrator of a town in Musashi Province and Sagami Province, and asked the peddler to deliver his letter to her.
  941. In this place, his activities successfully created a very large company of followers, which was called Oami Monto (followers in Oami area.)
  942. In this place, the human beings have tied themselves up, looking at delusions without knowing they are delusional.
  943. In this play only, the curtain is pulled from right to left (the opposite of the usual direction) and it is called "sakamaku" (reversed curtain).
  944. In this play, the Gidayu dialogue in "Kaze-ni-Kuruu Kawabe-no-Me-Yanagi," a performance of Kiyomoto which is a kind of Yosogoto Joruri is so effective that the glamorous music can just amplify the grisly tragedy of Kobei and make the audience satisfied with his superior capability in writing the play.
  945. In this poetry contest, prominent poets including KI no Tsurayuki, the reviewer of the two, OSHIKOCHI no Mitsune and MIBU no Tadamine are amongst the attendance.
  946. In this point, Keihanshin, in which the cities spread across mountains, such as Ikoma Mountains and Rokko Mountains, is very different from the Tokyo area, which spreads out in a radial fashion with the center in the Kanto Plain.
  947. In this point, even the artificial objects are covered including Tsukumogami, tumulus for tools, and Hari-kuyo (Solemn rite of respect and thanksgiving for broken needles and pins), with extremely large variety.
  948. In this point, so was Tsuda.
  949. In this point, the Tachikawa-ryu school differs from other existing religious schools which explain that 'women are unclean beings and cannot become the Buddha.'
  950. In this point, there seem to be an intention that 'furyu (elegant aestheticism) was to choose utensils in concert with beautiful flowers, not to arrange flowers in concert with a variety of tea party.'
  951. In this portion, an overview of the governance in pre-modern times will be given, especially under the ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code) which was abolished.
  952. In this process of suppressing the war, the military system was reformed in the Engi (901 - 923) era, making less restrictive the regulation of kokuga mobilizing people for military purposes.
  953. In this process, Takasugi formed the idea of Choshu nationalism, thinking that only the royalists from the Choshu clan were trustworthy.
  954. In this process, as the awabi gradually shrink and change in shape, they should be constantly reshaped and stewed, taking care that the meat does not burn on the bottom of the pot.
  955. In this process, court nobles wanted to hand down the knowledge on kuji to their descendants by writing down in diary or binding as book (Nikki no ie).
  956. In this process, myoden became the basis of the administration of the land.
  957. In this process, the 'iemoto' system (the system of licensing the teaching of a traditional Japanese art) came to be established to hand down kagaku by replacing master-pupil relationship by family relationships.
  958. In this process, things peculiar to China such as daiban (an oblong table for food) and togashi in the daikyo ryori seems to have been eliminated.
  959. In this product, instead of attaching a conventional bag containing a liquid sause, a jellied sauce is directly injected into a small space in the container.
  960. In this program, a private detective who introduced himself as a descendant of Hanzo appeared.
  961. In this program, however, a white muscular ITF Taekwondo martial artist introduced by swinging, and the superiority of the Japanese sword was not explained specifically or compared with other weapons, so some people think the program had an image-oriented direction and doubt its credibility.
  962. In this program, they defined a weapon with the impact strength, target area, and handiness as the strongest, and named swords as weapons which are easy to handle and have strong power.
  963. In this proposal, 李容九 (???) claimed as the statement of one million members as follows : Japan has dedicated an enormous expense and people's lives in Sino-Japanese War in order to bring independence to Korea.
  964. In this proverb, 'oni' refers to a female ogre, or ugly girl, and the variations 'Musume (lit. young girl) juhachi, bancha mo debana' and 'Hana (lit. flower) mo juhachi, bancha mo debana' are widely used.
  965. In this province, there was once a man and a woman who had known each other since childhood.'
  966. In this publishing project, not only books used for the first purpose of training clergymen, but those on the Japanese versions of Jesuit Mission Press in katakana, and also the Japanese version of Jesuit Mission Press in sosho-tai (cursive style writing) kanji and kana were published.
  967. In this rebellion, Yoshiomi SEKI, who was a member of the Kameyama Shachu and Kaientai (both were names of an association of leaderless warriors organized by Ryoma SAKAMOTO), was arrested for his involvement.
  968. In this reception he was given a shi-sho (context of a poem or a book with musical components) from Ito: '東西分局勢 黒白闘雌雄 坐看輸贏迹 賢愚老此中.'
  969. In this regard, Hashihaka-kofun Tumulus is the only kofun that is a five-terrace construction (composed of four terraces and a small knoll on top of the rounded rear).
  970. In this regard, Kunio YANAGITA suggests that miko (a shrine maiden) making rituals for the soul of rice were integrated into a god to be worshiped and thus the agricultural god came to be regarded as a goddess.
  971. In this regard, Masayoshi HOTTA, who was a fudai daimyo (a daimyo in hereditary vassalage to the Tokugawa family) holding a territory in Kanto, was highly exceptional.
  972. In this regard, Urama Chausuyama-kofun Tumulus is considered to be half-size, with proportions similar to Hashihaka-kofun Tumulus.
  973. In this regard, Vasubandhu, the author, says the single broad unfettered mind awakens universally.
  974. In this regard, by comparison with the case of MINAMOTO no Akimasa, who was ultimately raised to Gon Chunagon after his incessant demands for promotion, "Kojidan" (Talks of the Past) paid tribute to him saying, 'Lord Toshitada was the first person that became a Court noble without giving any account of his circumstances.'
  975. In this regard, hanging scrolls are specified to be those ordered from the head temple of Jodo Shinshu Sect (because followers of Jodo Shinshu Sect must enshrine such hanging scroll as sent for from the head temple).
  976. In this regard, he wrote, 'Don't damage a borrowed book; when you borrowed a book, read it immediately and return it promptly; however, I hope good books will be read by many people.'
  977. In this regard, however, there are many other opinions which are to be further studied including the question about the time when butsudan became nationally popularized.
  978. In this regard, however, there are various factors about the year of his death such as the theory of 1548 and 1552, and also about the year of his birth such as the theory of 1508 and 1511, and they are uncertain.
  979. In this regard, however, there is another view.
  980. In this regard, if they put food in their mouths on the plate, they don't have to worry about getting a stain on front of cloths.
  981. In this regard, it is not like other places with names ending with 'kyo' established in and after Fujiwara-kyo.
  982. In this regard, the idea of installing movable seats to offer the sense of presence was announced.
  983. In this regard, the manners for samurai families were divided in two categories from around the time of the Muromachi bakufu; the Ise clan served the various internal (inside of the palace) manners, while the Ogasawara clan managed all the external (outside) manners for martial arts.
  984. In this regard, there are misunderstanding due to the fact that above-described correct meaning of the words such as the details of sazareishi (pebbles) (Refer to the section for "sazareishi (pebbles)," are hardly known.
  985. In this regard, this is written in contrast with the case of Genji's real mother, Kiritsubo no koi (low class court lady).
  986. In this regard, we need to remember that to win the game or reach a higher level isn't an absolute must.
  987. In this regard, when the Heiji Disturbance broke out in 1159, he joined the FUJIWARA no Nobuyori and MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo side, leading his eldest legitimate son, MINAMOTO no Mitsumune, and his nephew, MINAMOTO no Mitsumoto.
  988. In this regard, with the character '八' meaning 'eight' and being used to represent the 'ya' of 'Yasakani,' the portion of the word read as 'Yasaka' appears to mean 'eight saka' or 'eight aka' (which would be about 1.4 meters), but the actual meaning is simply extraordinarily large or long.
  989. In this region at each home Hoba-zushi are made, so in gardens of houses, in fields, and in open spaces, magnolias are often found.
  990. In this region, due in part to the tradition of passing down the art of soba making for generations at each household, there were no soba restaurants for a long time but, in recent years, some soba eateries were started by Motoyama Teuchi-Soba Shinkokai (Promotion Society for Motoyama Hand-Made Buckwheat Noodles).
  991. In this region, the uprisings were mainly seen in Echigo-Nagaoka Domain and Aizu Domain, which had been the principal battleground of the Hokuetsu War and the Aizu War, respectively.
  992. In this repository the burned murals, pillars, and other materials have been arranged in their former manner, but they are not open to the public for reasons of the preservations.
  993. In this reproduction, not only Meiji HASHINOTO, but also some assistant painters as Yoshioka, Yoshida, Kondo, Nojima, and Oyama continuously participated since the previous reproduction.
  994. In this research forest, man-power or horse-power was used initially to push tramcars, and on down-slopes, they slid by themselves, controlled by a brake.
  995. In this research forest, there has been a substantial problem in overuse due to the increase in the number of people entering the forest.
  996. In this respect it is undeniable that the paintings of the Kanoha group lack individuality and originality.
  997. In this respect the Sumitomo Family can be said to be in contrast with the Mitsui and Iwasaki families.
  998. In this respect the Umeyama Kofun, whose possibility of it being Kimmei Mausoleum is now being discussed, is located in Hinokuma and a large-scale fukiishi has also been found there.
  999. In this respect, Imai was ranked with Satsuo YAMAMOTO, who similarly directed fine propaganda films for the war.
  1000. In this respect, he calls to mind Shingen TAKEDA.

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