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  1. In this respect, it contrasts with Shimogakari Hosho school.
  2. In this respect, refer to the following section regarding Japan.
  3. In this respect, the Genbunicchi movement did not quickly become a mainstream of the time.
  4. In this respect, there was a political motivation by Goshirakawa-in in making a hedge between Yoritomo and Yoshinaka, according to Koji YAMAMOTO.
  5. In this revision, small buses were also put into service on the Uji-Yodo Route via Ogura.
  6. In this revision, the route running on the half way of the Yawata Tanabe Route between Shin-Tanabe and Kusauchi was discontinued for a while.
  7. In this rite, the priest mumbles "keihitsu," or sounds of heralding (sometimes with a drum), and this sound is prototype of the onomatopoeia (sound effect) 'hyu-doro-doro-doro,' which is used in Japanese ghost films.
  8. In this room, a Shoin (drawing room) was formed
  9. In this scene, Sabu has a leading role.
  10. In this scene, although Sanemori's revenant performed by the protagonist (Shite) has his head still attached, at the same time, the revenant is holding his own severed head in his hands.
  11. In this scene, it is 'Shoten' in Tokyo.
  12. In this scene, the word tekka can be considered to figuratively express thunder.
  13. In this school, Amida Nyorai is assumed as actually existing in the real outside world, and 'faith' is defined as 'depending on' or 'relying on' Amida Nyorai; here, 'faith' has a target and is two-dimensional.
  14. In this school, Zen spirit is carried out comprehensively, and redundancy is eliminated, which enables the unity of Buddhism and tea ceremony.
  15. In this school, besides waka, she studied classic literature and Japanese calligraphy of the Chikage school; dynastic style literature, such as The Tale of Genji, was the motif of Ichiyo's early works.
  16. In this school, he developed the Confucian ethical view, oriental aesthetic, and sense of Edo people, all of which are seen in the novels he wrote later.
  17. In this sect, a picture is better than a statue and myogo is better than a picture.
  18. In this section and also in the illustrated image of the war's situational map, the Ichinotani theory is adopted.
  19. In this section mentioned are achievemens of Kuroda Cabinet as well as the background of Sanjo Provisional Cabinet lead by Sanetomi SANJO, Minister of the Interior, that existed for two months after Kuroda's stepping down from his position as Prime Minister.
  20. In this section of the Kyo no Hanamachi, the hanamachi (Kagai) ('flower town,' or geisha district) in Kyoto will be explained.
  21. In this section something in the category of sugar confectionery production is also described because of its similar historical origin.
  22. In this section to the ridge of Mizugamine (about 1 kilometer), the old road had been lost by the construction of the Koya Ryujin Skyline, and the traces of it can be found only in the Torii (shrine gate) of the shrine of Mt. Kojin-dake.
  23. In this section, 'Ken' does not represent the length of the measurement system, it is an architectural term for representing the number of intervals between two pillars; 'five Ken' refers to five hashirama (an interval of a space between two pillars) in six lines of pillars.
  24. In this section, Kohechi goes across the ridge, and at some points it branches and leads to villages at the foot of the mountain.
  25. In this section, Someiyoshino is described in the narrow sense.
  26. In this section, express buses of 'Hinoki,' 'Nakatani,' and 'Itozu' are operated by Nishitetsu Bus at an inexpensive fare of \1,100, and therefore, the situation has come to look like a three-way competition.
  27. In this section, for convenience, the author has listed two names as the commander, Yoshisada YASUDA and Yukitsuna TADA, who attacked the hilly section of the city.
  28. In this section, from Omata Village the road ascends a steep slope, passes through a ruin of an old house called 'Kaya-goya-ato,' and goes to the ridge.
  29. In this section, low-malt beer containing less than 25% malt will be explained.
  30. In this section, montsuki kosode is explained; for information on what it means for kimono to have the family crest, please refer to the "Family Crest" section.
  31. In this section, people who were discriminated against in the medieval Japan are described.
  32. In this section, power can be fed from either of the substations provided on both sides of the section.
  33. In this section, sightseeing spots from the 'Walking Map of Tsukigase' which are closely related to the plum groves are introduced.
  34. In this section, the 'Mizuage' for flowers is mentioned.
  35. In this section, the description of K-Limited Express is mainly in regard to the type of train.
  36. In this section, the explanation will focus mainly on the former Chinese classical literature by the original definition.
  37. In this section, the former is explained.
  38. In this section, the gosho-go will be discussed.
  39. In this section, the history of higher-class trains on the Maizuru Line, Obama Line and Miyazu Line of the Kitakinki Tango Railway Corporation is also described.
  40. In this section, the matters concerning the position and the individual successive Emperors following the first Emperor, Emperor Jinmu, will also be described.
  41. In this section, the name of his older brother Saburouemon Ietsugu was seen for the first time as 'Honjo Saburozaemon,' but it should originally be 'Shozaburouemon' by considering many misnomer and confusion in "Azuma Kagami."
  42. In this section, the name of only three persons (deities) are printed because the second and third family heads and the family heads between the fifth and eighteenth were not recorded.
  43. In this section, the progression of the battle is explained as follows:
  44. In this section, the theory that maintains Tekkaisan on the back side of the Ichinotani region was the location of "sakaotoshi" (Ichinotani theory) to explain the progress and in images because this theory is the currently main stream theory to explain this battle.
  45. In this section, the train was passed by a limited express train at Owada Station and in the vicinity of Morishoji Station.
  46. In this section, the unit system originated in China, which was used or is used throughout the East Asia region, is described as Shakkanho in the wide sense.
  47. In this section, there are some interesting episodes; there was conflict of opinion with Motomasa over a Noh program "Sumidagawa River", and when Zeami was playing opposite to Enami of Settsu Sarugaku, he outwitted Enami by deliberately stopping the performing, and the like.
  48. In this section, there is a dangerous spot where landslides often occur and the line's route has been repeatedly changed.
  49. In this section, those made of western paper is treated as "origami," and others made of Japanese paper as "chiyogami."
  50. In this section, we call the Japanese ancient technique and culture of Yumiire, (the basis of Kyudo becoming a modern martial art), 'Kyujutsu,' and describe the situation mainly before the Meiji Restoration and before the Kyujutsu schools changed the name to Kyudo.
  51. In this section, we consistently spell the word in all katakana.
  52. In this section, we explain about the difference between Jodo Shinshu Sect and other sects.
  53. In this section, we will mainly explain low-malt beer, which has a lower tax rate than beer.
  54. In this sense Tariki (Other Power) means the work done by others, but not by oneself.
  55. In this sense the antonym of "Tariki" (Other Power) is "Jiriki" (Self Power).
  56. In this sense, Ganjiro NAKAMURA (the second) and Kanzaburo NAKAMURA (the seventeenth) were two great actors for Yashio, for their dramatic acting typical to Maruhonmono play (Kabuki adaptation of Ningyo Joruri play), strength and charms.
  57. In this sense, Kanaku Choaku can be regarded as Kanzen Choaku but with the punishing method being evil or the main character belonging to an evil side.
  58. In this sense, Mitsunari had an "alibi."
  59. In this sense, Shitateruhime can be interpreted as a portrait of Himiko that captured a more realistic image.
  60. In this sense, a Buddhist rite held in a temple or each household has eko not only for the deceased, but for all the people involved.
  61. In this sense, a kamishiro is not a substitute container, but can be considered as the world of Shinto itself or the deity itself.
  62. In this sense, it can be said that land-tax reform is the first important step in establishing the foundation of capitalism system in Japan.
  63. In this sense, it is completely different from 'using Soh in substitute for piano and/or harp,' which was a common way of using traditional Japanese instruments in western music before the boom started.
  64. In this sense, making silent hakushu can be construed as avoiding warding off spirits of the dead.
  65. In this sense, monogatari often are epical content.
  66. In this sense, one must doubt the theory expressed in "Kamadoyama Kyuki histroy book" that Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine was made based on feng shui according to the description that Kamado-jinja Shrine was made to protect Kimon of Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine at the time of its construction.
  67. In this sense, public baths can be said as the place where people get used to hot water, something like hot swimming pools in Japan.
  68. In this sense, setting aside the question of the degree of credibility or the existence of facts, there are few legends that can be verified objectively from the historical viewpoint.
  69. In this sense, she was not his idol but the "adversary's princess."
  70. In this sense, the Jodo is a place for Buddha's satisfaction, and for the benefit of others - the satisfaction for both parties.
  71. In this sense, the shoen is said to be reviving in modern times.
  72. In this sense, this term sometimes refers to Confucianism or Buddhism as well.
  73. In this series of stories, Ibaraki Doji also appears, but he is just one of the minor characters, not a direct vassal of Shuten Doji.
  74. In this series, Oni is considered to be a good being.
  75. In this series, each book depicts incidents that are independent of each other most of the time, but because the era and the background of the story is the same, the same characters reappear many times.
  76. In this series, protagonists change in each book, and it is Boogiepop's role to appear just at the end and close the story.
  77. In this shochoku, there was a phrase saying "his position should be Ako."
  78. In this shrine, a ceremony, 'meigen no gi' (a ceremony of resounding bowstrings), in which people equipped with suit of armor parade around the town and shoot arrows towards the ocean to pray for peace for the island, is held every year on November 12, during the Komodahama Shrine Festival.
  79. In this situation, Emperor Go-Daigo escaped from Oki Island with the help of Nagatoshi NAWA and his family, and he raised an army at Mt. Senjo, Hoki Province (present day Kotoura Town, Tohoku District, Totori Prefecture).
  80. In this situation, Goshirakawa suddenly brought up the former incident and dismissed Myoun of Tendai-zasu (head priest of the Tendai sect), took away his property, and exiled him to Izu Province on June 27.
  81. In this situation, Masamori, who had joined the Hokumen no bushi, was selected as Tsuitoshi (envoy to pursue and kill) on February 9, 1108 in response to the wrongdoings of MINAMOTO no Yoshichika.
  82. In this situation, Nagamasa's attitude of making a closer approach to Rokuro (Harumoto) over a head of his master family (the Hatakeyama clan) resulted in the unity of his master Yoshitaka and Motonaga MIYOSHI, who both regarded it as dangerous.
  83. In this situation, Nobunaga quickly returned to Omi Province from the Settsu, leading the main unit before dawn on November 1.
  84. In this situation, Saiko, who had a deep resentment towards Enryaku-ji Temple, demanded that Tendai Zasu (Chief Tendai Abbot) Myoun was the leader of the direct petition and asked Goshirakawa to punish him.
  85. In this situation, entering the 1980s, use of three train-car organizations, later six train-car organizations, was restored, but only general-use train-cars continued being used for operation.
  86. In this situation, even among the people who share the same hereditary title, there arose the need to divide the clan name and in the case of nobles family name and in the case of the warriors surname came to be born.
  87. In this situation, on January 20, the troops of Noriyori and Yoshitsune battled against Yoshinaka's troops that were waiting at the suburbs of Kyoto, Seta and Uji, respectively (the Battle of Uji River), and Yoshitsune's troop entered Kyoto and captured the Cloistered Emperor.
  88. In this situation, the authority of Emperor, having been on the brink of ruin, came to be recognized again.
  89. In this situation, the so-called 'Aobyoshi-bon' revised by FUJIWARA no Sadaie is considered to be the most similar to the original.
  90. In this situation, there was a movement within the Imperial Court to recover authority and regain unifying power by realistic politics.
  91. In this station, ICOCA/J-through cards can be used (for interchangeably usable IC cards, refer to ICOCA).
  92. In this station, ICOCA/J-through cards can be used, and Suica, TOICA and PiTaPa (SURUTTO KANSAI ASSOCIATION), which are mutually usable with ICOCA, can also be used.
  93. In this step, 'Hawatari (length of the blade) and the 'Machi (notch)' is determined.
  94. In this step, final adjustment is done by checking for small scratches, blade thickness and Jiba (blade surface).
  95. In this step, folding is done about five or six times..
  96. In this step, four kinds of steel having different carbon content, Shingane (center metal), Munegane (back metal), Hanokane (blade metal) and Gawagane (side metal), are made.
  97. In this story it is characteristic that Fudo Myoo is called Yasha, Daio and the master of Buddha.
  98. In this story, Hanzo HATTORI appeared as the fifth head.
  99. In this story, Sei Shonagon wrote that when she was talking with a person next to her in such a low voice that even her conversation partner needed to ask her to repeat what she said, Masamitsu, who was seated far away, did not fail to catch their dialogue.
  100. In this story, Tori appeared as a small child who was younger than Umayado.
  101. In this story, Umayado was portrayed as completely different from the image of "Prince Shotoku" described in historical documents such as "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) and "Jogu Shotoku Hooteisetsu" (Biography of Shotoku Taishi).
  102. In this story, Yoshiki, filled with anxiety at the sight of poverty-stricken people, tells the reader that through his own experiences, he has come to feel that those who are engaged in government must always have pity.
  103. In this story, after the Hanzo-Hattori clan had been be punished by being deprived of one's fief, Hanzo worked as a ninja and a leader of a Iga shogunate spy group under the Tokugawa clan and was actively involved in various incidents behind the scenes.
  104. In this story, children who were actually descended from Umayado were children of TACHIBANA no Ooiratsume and Kashiwadenominoiratsume only, and Tsukishime no himemiko was the first child of Umayado and Kashiwadenominoiratsume.
  105. In this story, he fell in love with a younger sister-uterine, Umaya no himemiko and was tormented by love.
  106. In this story, he fell unconscious when he saw Prince Umayado appear suddenly during the battle and he died of a heart attack.
  107. In this story, he was a son of SOGA no Emishi and Tojiko.
  108. In this story, kaiawase is the original kaiawase game, collecting and competing with rare and beautiful shells; it is not the so-called Kaioi (pairing shells) known today.
  109. In this story, she was portrayed as a little girl with intellectual disabilities.
  110. In this story, the Doshi (guru) was Buddha, the travelling people were Issai Shujo (all creatures), 500 Yojana road was harshness and difficulty of Buddhism ascetic practice, Kejo was Nijo enlightenment and the treasure spot was Ichijo enlightenment.
  111. In this story, the wealthy best friend was Buddha and the poor man was Shomon.
  112. In this story, when an assault echelon of the Roots clan led by Fubuki Gozen attacks Mt. Oe, Shuten Doji is killed by them, but he resurrects at the end of the story and appears for the first time in the story.
  113. In this story, young Yoshitsune, before joining Yoritomo's rising army, crossed over to Hokkaido, called at that time 'Watari Island,' and there he had various strange adventures
  114. In this study, gofuku-jaku (a shaku unit used for producing cloth), which was equivalent to 1 shaku 2 sun of the later kane-jaku, was considered to be derived from the koma-jaku.
  115. In this style the Taho Pagoda (pagoda), in which the Nichiren chant is written, is placed at the center, with Shakanyorai on the left side and Tahonyorai on the right side as seen by the person who enshrines, and a statue of Nichiren as a monk is placed under them.
  116. In this style the bow string is usually not pulled to the back of the archer's neck.
  117. In this style, physical openness is increased by removing fences marking the boundary of each property or using low trees for fences, so that there are no distinct visible boundaries between neighboring properties.
  118. In this system, a standard amount was set for each post and a crop yield corresponding to a shortfall was added for a limited time, as long as they remained in the post.
  119. In this system, radio waves are always transmitted from the base station, and thus it is identifiable because the squelch tail noise, a noise generated when staff in the dispatch control center lets go of the sending button of the microphone, cannot be heard.
  120. In this system, the right to recommend the kokushi of a province was given to a member of the imperial family or a dominant royal, and the dominant royal, who was given the right, appointed his family member or vassal to the kokushi, obtaining a vast amount of income from the province.
  121. In this system, the tato managed several industries such as agriculture, fishery, and handicraft manufacturing on a myoden basis, employing subordinate labors.
  122. In this tale, the two gods exchange their own object with each other to determine whether or not Susano has bad intentions on the basis of the gender of children who are born out of the objects.
  123. In this tale, there is some mention of Takiguchi soldiers such as 'YAMANOUCHI no Shudogyobo no jo Tsunetoshi and his son Toshitsuna TAKIGUCHI' and 'KUSAKABE Juro Daifu Sadanao, (Hasuike) Ietsuna TAKIGUCHI and (Hasuike) TAKIGUCHI Taro Ietsugu'
  124. In this technique, a roughly-shaped core is made by carving wood, which is covered by layers of hemp cloth soaked in lacquer, and makko-urushi or kokuso-urushi is applied to build up the detail over the rough statue.
  125. In this television drama, Masako is depicted as a complicated woman with a strong will and desire for power on one hand, while showing compassion from time to time on the other.
  126. In this temple, Daikokuten is known to be enshrined.
  127. In this temple, Komahime's room was relocated from Yamagata-jo Castle and her portrait was preserved along with that of Lady Osaki (her well-known portrait was drawn in the Taisho period while the original one was in a priest style).
  128. In this temple, only a three-story pagoda and small Hondo (main hall) remain, and are managed by Kasuga Wakamiya-jinja Shrine which is connected to this Kudara-ji Temple.
  129. In this temple, the Honzon (main image of worship) is referred to as "Sonten."
  130. In this temporary shrine, the spirits of all the emperors in the past, that of the gods of heaven and earth were also enshrined in addition to the eight gods worshipped by Jingikan in the Ritsuryo system.
  131. In this term's new usage which started to be used from the end of the 1990s, it refers to the painters or the illustrators who paint or draw pictures mainly classified as Japanese cartoons, animated cartoons, and video game style animations.
  132. In this theory, Nichiren is not recognized as Honbutsu, but just a disciple of Buddha.
  133. In this theory, a state is regarded as one of legal public authorities.
  134. In this theory, raw silk was sealed with one itoin each time of bundling up, and the itoin was regarded as a receipt stamp in the Japanese side.
  135. In this theory, the main force of the expedition troops was assumed to be the group led by Kiyohara clan of Dewa Province, therefore the downfall of MINAMOTO no Yoritoshi did not affect the course of this war.
  136. In this thought of the times, there appeared many famous Bunjin who were good at playing Kin from the Han period to the Six Dynasties period.
  137. In this time it was common for men to write a diary in Chinese characters, and that is why he wrote it pretending to be a woman who served him.
  138. In this time period, the death rate of infants was considerably high; therefore, when a child was born, it was not required to report the birth immediately to the authorities.
  139. In this time, nishiki-e-version 'Yubin-hochi Shinbun' stopped its publication.
  140. In this tome FUJIWARA no Nobuyori and Minamoto no Yoshitomo raise armies, confine the emperor, Emperor Goshirakawa, personally use the imperial forces intending to overthrow their political foes FUJIWARA no Shinzei and TAIRA no Kiyomori, but, Kiyomori, who was on a trip to Kumano, secretly rescued the emperor and empress.
  141. In this trade, the copper of Japan was exported to the Ming at an extremely higher price than the domestic price.
  142. In this traditional order of precedence, there were perpetual discrepancies between previous and actual precedence, which caused numerous disputes.
  143. In this training, the uke doesn't seriously respond but instead moves in such a way that he/she is more easily attacked.
  144. In this trend, more sophisticated fabric such as figured silk was used for kariginu.
  145. In this trial, Koso Kotai Jingu Shrine submitted the 'Statement on grounds of the final criminal appeal for Jingu Shinshi defamation case', along with approximately 4,000 pieces of Takeuchi monjo, including sacred treasures and reports on field surveys of historic sites.
  146. In this turbulance of Mino province, the Toki clan (Shigeyori and Masafusa TOKI), who served as Shugo, were mere figureheads of the province, where they were involved in conflicts among Kokujin (provincial warriors).
  147. In this turbulent and critical era, the Choshu domain and Satsuma domain, belonging to the anti-bakufu group, and domains in the northern region and the Hakodate government, belonging to the old bakufu group, relied on sakaya for obtaining information and transporting cargoes on innumerably many occasions.
  148. In this type of Kanjo, a person who enters priesthood chooses his or her guardian deity.
  149. In this type of Kanjo, the title of Ajari (a master in Esoteric Buddhism; a high priest) is given.
  150. In this type of aisho, the nature of the relationship between the given people is often fundamentally different from that of others even if this cannot be explained rationally.
  151. In this type of structure, a timber grid is formed on the bottom of the pavillion, on top of which posts are placed, instead of placing posts directly onto the ground or building a foundation with stone.
  152. In this type, the ingredients are processed into powder or solid form by draining the water from the raw materials.
  153. In this verse, he admires the "Muryoju-kyo Ubadaisha Ganshoge" ([Vasubandhu's] Upade?a on the S?tra of Immeasurable Life) by Tenjin (Seshin, Vasubandhu) and commentaries thereon by Donran (Tanluan), Doshaku (Daochuo) and Zendo (Shandao).
  154. In this verse, he also praised the commentaries by Doshaku and Zendo.
  155. In this version, Roppo-sekai, which appeared in Kumaraju's translation, was increased to Jippo-sekai (literally, the world of ten directions).
  156. In this version, it is fun to see the opponent coming out of the folding screen as unexpected figure.
  157. In this versus beat'em-up game which uses historical persons from around the world as a motif, Hanzo HATTORI appears as a character modeled on Japanese ninja (World Heroes).
  158. In this view advocating that from the legendary birth of Emperor Ojin, Emperor Ojin who was originally the same person as Emperor Nintoku was created dividing from Emperor Nintoku to connect Miwa Dynasty and Kawachi Dynasty, this dynasty is called Nintoku Dynasty.
  159. In this view, 'Nobunaga's government itself was just a puppet government of the power from the southern Europe.
  160. In this view, the Kamakura bakufu was formed as an independent state power of feudal lords driven by the development of local feudal lords in various places after the breakup of ancient society based on the ancient Ritsuryo codes.
  161. In this view, they think peasants, who had been unilaterally controlled by rulers, captured land ownership from the rulers as a result of a class struggle.
  162. In this viewpoint, Kunio YANAGITA, a folklorist, points out the background of the tales of the monster Ushioni, which is how a deity of metals once worshiped in the mountains has been reduced to a monster, Ushioni.
  163. In this vihara there were no individual rooms for priests, nor was there a stupa (Buddhist pagoda) or a Shido (chaitya hall), which made it completely different from the monasteries of later years.
  164. In this volume the Minamoto clan side's warrior name is noted under the Battle of Rokuhara.
  165. In this war the newly retired emperor's side will be certain to lose.'
  166. In this war, Myochin SAITO played an important role by banishing East squad (the Tomishima clan) in Mino Province, and conquered the province by actively seizing Shoen (manor) possessed by Kuge (court nobles) and Kokugaryo (territories governed by provincial government office).
  167. In this war, OTOMO no Maguta is considered to have accompanied Oama no Miko probably to Mino Province, and Fukei became a general and led the army mainly in Yamato Province.
  168. In this war, both the rebelling force and the hunting-and-killing force consisted of descendants of those who distinguished themselves during the Engi period.
  169. In this war, the Japanese Red Cross Society played an important role in relieving many injured persons.
  170. In this way Enryaku-ji temple had the military strength to match its influence, and also economic might that came from controlling the flow of goods, and was in a position to ignore the powerful figures of the time almost like an independent country.
  171. In this way Hideyoshi became superior to Katsuie in the point of territory.
  172. In this way Hideyoshi conquered Kii, Shikoku and Ecchu.
  173. In this way Hideyoshi subdued all regions of western Japan.
  174. In this way Hideyoshi, who destroyed anti-Hideyoshi troops, built a status as a successor of Nobunaga.
  175. In this way Karafuto was incorporated into the so-called Japan proper (naichi).
  176. In this way Masanobu solidified his position in the art world while deepening his relationship with the powers-that-be, and built a foundation for the subsequent prosperity of the Kanoha group.
  177. In this way Nobunaga became daimyo of the two provinces of Owari and Mino at the age thirty-three.
  178. In this way Nobunaga expanded power in the Kinai region.
  179. In this way Nobutaka was isolated at Gifu Castle, sent Sanposhi to Hideyoshi, and concluded a peace in exchange for hostage of his mother SAKA-shi and daughter.
  180. In this way Saikashu disappeared from history.
  181. In this way TAIRA no Kiyomori, MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka and MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune were all victims being used by Goshirakawa.
  182. In this way Yoshichika's rebellion was ended abruptly.
  183. In this way he avidly adopted various painting styles to blend them with his own painting style.
  184. In this way it takes about seven years for the skull to become the principal object of worship.
  185. In this way large volume of koban (gold coin: former Japanese oval gold coin) were flown out from Japan.
  186. In this way shamisen acquired a versatility of expression as an instrument to play a wide range of melodies: light and heavy, sad and merry; and jiuta, the first item of shamisen music, was born by Kengyo ISHIMURA and others at the very beginning of the Edo period.
  187. In this way steam locomotives were being reduced in number; they disappeared one after another from Kyushu in March, 1975 (in Shikoku they had already disappeared at this point), most types ceased to exist with only 3 types remaining such as the C57, D51, and 9600 models.
  188. In this way the Karafuto Civil Office (Karafuto Minseisho), which was the administrative body up to then, was dissolved and absorbed into the new administration.
  189. In this way the Muromachi period Shugo who succeeded in securing feudal rule, the Shugodai who replaced Shugo, and kokujin transformed into daimyo (Japanese territorial lord) in the Sengoku period and grew.
  190. In this way the field practice forest was launched.
  191. In this way the relationship between Japan and Joseon became worse.
  192. In this way the sakekabu system lost substance again, which led to a complicated situation between the sake breweries with sakekabu and people without from the latter part of the Edo period to the end of it.
  193. In this way the study of experimental pharmacology began to be conducted world wide, which brought rapid progress in the field
  194. In this way the three types of currencies were circulated in the country at the same time, and therefore, cross-currency exchange was required to facilitate the currency transactions.
  195. In this way the world of Shinto has two aspects.
  196. In this way there are many places where people think Hideyoshi favorably, so there is a memorial museum at his birthplace, Nakamura-ku Ward in Nagoya city.
  197. In this way we can see that there were initially various kinds of sekitai, but they became gradually restricted.
  198. In this way worked energetically.
  199. In this way, "Bushido" is reviewed from various aspects today and considered generally as a book about the relationship between society and people as well as about morals.
  200. In this way, "Tanzen" became a name of a kind of haori.
  201. In this way, 'Mikeiri' can be interpreted as '食物に神霊が入る''the spirit entering into the food.'
  202. In this way, 'the Oda Yamato no Kami family' was subverted.
  203. In this way, Ariyo's family ended up being qualified to become Tosho-ke (the hereditary lineage of Court nobles occupying relatively high ranks), specifically hanke (a kind of family status of the Court nobles) of lower rank.
  204. In this way, Bankei awakened to 'the Buddha mind of living in the world without hesitation.'
  205. In this way, Bankei prepared for death, and he obtained the answer at the last moment.
  206. In this way, Hitoyoshi was seized by the government army.
  207. In this way, Ieyasu achieved control of the entire area of Japan by the Tokugawa clan, and enabled stable control of the nation by the Tokugawa clan for 264 years
  208. In this way, Ieyasu became completely subjugated to Hideyoshi, and on October 27, Ieyasu had an audience with Hideyoshi at Osaka-jo Castle, declaring before the daimyo gathered there that he would become a vassal serving the Toyotomi clan.
  209. In this way, Ieyasu established a relationship by blood with and an alliance also with the Hojo clan, and at the same time, advanced to a big daimyo who owned the five provinces of Kai, Shinano, Suruga, Totomi, and Mikawa.
  210. In this way, Ieyasu showed a certain amount of care about them.
  211. In this way, Imperial succession by a male Imperial member was passed from generation to generation, since there were no male successors born in the Imperial family for a while, there is a debate on whether or not to accept the Imperial succession by female Imperial members.
  212. In this way, Japan shifted from a representative monarchy based on the feudal system characteristic of the shogunate to direct monarchy with a modern bureaucratic organization.
  213. In this way, Jitsunyo was forced to live in Omi Katata for two years until he went back to Yamashina Hongan-ji Temple on April 21, 1509.
  214. In this way, Kintetsu mainly appealed to the fares and riding comfort as its selling points.
  215. In this way, Kokyu music was composed by blind musicians at Todo-za and has been handed down to subsequent generations until now.
  216. In this way, Kokyu was not only used for playing music specialized for Kokyu alone, but also played together with Shamisen or So or as a part of Sangyoku-gasso, which expanded music genres where Kokyu was played and made Kokyu used more widely.
  217. In this way, Kumano Sanzan Kengyo which was only the honor post in the beginning had expanded the authority and real power with the support of Ashikaga Shogun Family's patronage as Kumano betto family's power had declined in the middle of the 14th century.
  218. In this way, Kumesaburo's charm was successfully emphasized.
  219. In this way, Michimori and Kozaisho were united after the mediation of Josaimonin.
  220. In this way, Mifune was seized by the government forces.
  221. In this way, Mitsuhide attacked Honno-ji Temple, where Nobunaga was lodging, quickly with two groups of his soldiers and so surrounded Nobunaga.
  222. In this way, Nagamasa became recognized as one of the influential persons in the Kinai region.
  223. In this way, Nanto Rokushu was gradually affected by the Esoteric Buddhism (Heian Nishu).
  224. In this way, Nobunaga established hegemony in Owari Province until 1559.
  225. In this way, Noh's crisis immediately after the Meiji Restoration passed.
  226. In this way, Ranpoigaku became a major school but Chinese medicine was still even more predominant from the overall perspective of the Japanese medical world.
  227. In this way, Ranpoigaku took the initiative in introducing Western medicine science into modern Japan.
  228. In this way, Saigaso was destroyed and described as 'Saiga ruined itself because of betrayals.'
  229. In this way, Shigeyoshi tried to overcome the financial crisis of the Saga Domain by stopping extravagance of the people in upper posts of the domain.
  230. In this way, Shinjo had followers in the prison.
  231. In this way, Yoshiaki freed himself being a figurehead and gained power as the official Oyumi-kubo.
  232. In this way, Yoshimitsu obtained the title of 'the king of Japan,' and internationally acknowledged as a king who served the Chinese emperor.
  233. In this way, Zenjo-ji Temple flourished through the Heian period by accepting nobles such as FUJIWARA no Michinaga and FUJIWARA no Yorimichi (a son of Michinaga and erector of Byodoin Temple) as believers in Buddhism and based on its broad ryoji.
  234. In this way, a complex economic system was formed, in which the nationalwide economy with three pivotal cities, Kyoto, Osaka and Edo, and the regional economy of each domain interacted with each other especially in Osaka, where local specialties all parts of the country were concentrated to distribute to all over Japan.
  235. In this way, a flood of new sects appeared during the Kamakura period.
  236. In this way, all the members of the Oshu Fujiwara clan were punished.
  237. In this way, although no conflict occurred, envoys from Silla were discontinued after the final embassy in 779, due to Silla's rising sense of national greatness and prestige.
  238. In this way, as samurai turned into local feudal lords, they gradually became established as effective controllers of each area.
  239. In this way, as there was always a gap between the time of actual birth and the time of birth registration, it was possible to manipulate the child's age by a few years.
  240. In this way, boiled rice is eaten mixed with a salty side dish, such as oshinko (Japanese pickles).
  241. In this way, calligraphy in Japan was divided into the Chinese style and the Japanese style.
  242. In this way, conflicting opinions arose over whether ichijo or sanjo was true.
  243. In this way, cooking methods did not develop well and nobles seasoned their dishes with salt and/or vinegar by themselves.
  244. In this way, during the end of the Yayoi period, a woman was sometimes allowed to ascend the throne.
  245. In this way, foreign cultures were added to and incorporated in the culture endemic to Japan.
  246. In this way, from the middle of the Edo period, large numbers of Jiuta accompanied by shamisen were composed, one after another.
  247. In this way, gokenin retainers consisted of individuals in receipt of Shoryo Ando (feudal tenure) rights directly from the Lord of Kamakura or Hontaku Ando (residential tenure) rights.
  248. In this way, hatred and opposition sprang up between those who believed in Christianity and those who professed faith in the older Japanese religions.
  249. In this way, he allied himself with Katsuie SHIBATA and Kazumasu TAKIGAWA, chief vassals of the Oda clan, and raised an army against Hideyoshi, championing Sanboshi in December of the same year.
  250. In this way, he diversified operations and formed a zaibatsu.
  251. In this way, he improved the domain's financial status.
  252. In this way, he made his efforts to further develop the family' hereditary learning as the leading authority in the studies of the Minamoto clan and he wrote 'Kana mojizukai' (Usage of the Japanese syllabary symbols) by revising the book on the Japanese syllabic usage that Chikayuki wrote, recommended by FUJIWARA no Teika.
  253. In this way, he schemed to exhaust the food inside the castle as soon as possible.
  254. In this way, he taught these people how to write haiku, held some meetings where people made a series of haiku together, and composed poems or passages.
  255. In this way, he was very cool against the expansion of women's rights.
  256. In this way, if a dish is flavored and cooked in a way specific to Japan, the dish would be generally called 'nihon-ryori' regardless of the foodstuffs included in it.
  257. In this way, if a vassal was efficient, Nobunaga allowed his sin and gave him an important post.
  258. In this way, in order to relieve an agonized deity, a temple was built by the side of a shrine, and it was called Jingu-ji Temple.
  259. In this way, it has also become known that similar across-boarder problems exist in other areas of Asia as well.
  260. In this way, it has been actively debated, combined with research on the real truth about the Honnoji Incident.
  261. In this way, it is believed that the establishment of koori greatly transformed the form of local societies.
  262. In this way, it is commonly known among researchers that some parts of "Nihonshoki" can be guessed to be altered.
  263. In this way, it is generally believed that Kukai is in a Nyujo state with his body still remaining.
  264. In this way, it is known that blind musicians at Todo-za (the traditional guild for the blind) played Kokyu during almost the same period when Jiuta songs and Sokyoku (koto music) had been established.
  265. In this way, it is mentioned clearly at this point that the war will end and the leaders (politicians in high office and military officials at the head) will be arrested as war criminals and be taken into custody.
  266. In this way, it is necessary to evaluate their actions considering situations at that time and the differences in the concept of morality.
  267. In this way, it is presumed that Santoka came under the influence of Seigetsu's lifestyle and work.
  268. In this way, it is renewable like noyaki in Japan.
  269. In this way, it seems that the sake had changed completely from unfiltered sake to seishu by the end of the medieval period.
  270. In this way, it was possible to use makibishi as a weapon by throwing it at the enemy's face like sprinkling it on the enemy.
  271. In this way, it was said that Rengo took often a severe attitude toward branch temples and followers and therefore incurred often their hostility.
  272. In this way, it was true that the KATO cabinet implemented many policies that were truly beneficial to the Japanese people.
  273. In this way, koryo was reorganized into gun, go and ho (community), and samurai came to be in charge of the management and security maintenance of gun, go, or ho as gunji (an official in charge of a gun), goji (an official in charge of a village), or hoji (an official in charge of a community).
  274. In this way, koryu jujutsu becomes dinosaurs on the whole, but some schools gradually come back.
  275. In this way, koshi-yarido allows utilizing outside natural light and air effectively while functioning as a divider.
  276. In this way, landlords undertook tenant farming of kanden from the state and entrusted the work to tenant farmers.
  277. In this way, many of her close relatives died before her.
  278. In this way, measures for these problems, for example, limiting the number of guides and vehicles that can enter the forest, have been taken gradually.
  279. In this way, modernists who deepen their understanding of traditional space in Japan through the filter of modern day construction, were aware of the importance of external space and took up the matter for discussion.
  280. In this way, monsters described in western stories became acknowledged by the general public.
  281. In this way, more and more samurai became local lords.
  282. In this way, most of the Fushu who had been dispersed throughout Japan were sent back to Ou.
  283. In this way, movements to remove the network of Takashima developed in the Saga Domain and Takeo for a certain period.
  284. In this way, newly-established shoen, namely, kokumen no sho (a shoen allowed exemption from rice tax or other tributes), had been vermicularly spreading within koryo, strangling the tax collection from koryo.
  285. In this way, of all kinds of traditional Japanese music, sankyoku gasso came to occupy an important position as ensemble music, and it was able to catch up with Western music in and after the Meiji period sooner than any other music in Japan.
  286. In this way, oral traditions more so than historical facts exist concerning Kukai, and further research remains to be conduced in this sphere.
  287. In this way, poetry had a particular meaning, but it was sometimes described in parallel with other practical arts as in 'The Three Perfections: Calligraphy, Poetry, and Painting.'
  288. In this way, provincial constables established their authority that could be exerted in their own territories (ryogoku) by taking advantage of the practice of the hanzei law.
  289. In this way, representing the sea by digging a pond was adopted by Nihon teien of the coming age.
  290. In this way, rice fields which remained to the kokushi turned into de facto national estates (owned by the imperial court or the kuge [imperial] regime), and the 'ingu bunkoku sei' (provincial allotment system) and the 'chigyokoku seido' (possessory provinces system) were established on the basis of such national estates.
  291. In this way, sakaya became wealthy merchants who had big stores at the center of Kyoto City and employed bodyguards in addition to store personnel, such as clerks and apprentices.
  292. In this way, sake brewing was limited to winter so that farmers came to take on toji as a seasonal migrant worker only in winter.
  293. In this way, sake can be produced at a lower cost without wasting raw materials and labor cost in comparison to the traditional brewing method.
  294. In this way, sakekabu system became increasingly confused toward the end of the Edo period.
  295. In this way, sakekabu system lost its substance again.
  296. In this way, samurai and priests exhibited their power during this period.
  297. In this way, she takes on an important role in advancing the story.
  298. In this way, shoen was gradually formed.
  299. In this way, soboshu reached its peak in the early Muromachi period.
  300. In this way, suggesting that anyone who reads this book recklessly or superficially deserves to die, this anecdote represents that this book should be given the highest secrecy.
  301. In this way, the Bank of Japan came to be the only one issuing bank in Japan and bank notes were withdrawn.
  302. In this way, the Council of Sanyo which realized the idea of kobu-gattai (integration of the imperial court and the shogunate) advocated by the Satsuma domain, was established.
  303. In this way, the Donburimono style has been accepted in Japan, and new Donburimono have been introduced one after another by changing the ingredients.
  304. In this way, the Emishi lost their independence in the Tohoku region by the twelfth century.
  305. In this way, the Fushu's skills in battle were handed down to samurai, who at that time were in the early developmental stage.
  306. In this way, the Imperial Court radically changed its system from ruling over people to governing through land.
  307. In this way, the Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple and Murashige ARAKI were isolated without getting any help from the Mori army, and this time the Oda army had the advantage.
  308. In this way, the Jito gradually strengthened their control of the territories.
  309. In this way, the Kuhara Zaibatsu was formed with group companies in shipbuilding, fertilizer production, trading and life insurance business.
  310. In this way, the National Research Institute of Brewing (present National Research Institute of Brewing [NRIB]) was founded in 1904 under the control of Ministry of the Treasury.
  311. In this way, the Oda army had gradually taken advantage of the war situation.
  312. In this way, the Oshu-Fujiwara clan gained permission to officially command its forces, which was the ruling principle of the Oshu Fujiwara clan.
  313. In this way, the Ouchi clan was able to recover their military strength and rally after being brought once to the brink of ruin.
  314. In this way, the amateurism of Bunjin originated in the fact that they pursued these pastime activities as avocation, which led to a tendency of excessively disliking them to be seen as means of living (occupation) as it appeared 'secular.'
  315. In this way, the authority of the Emperor was restored in a new style while the samurai families gained power.
  316. In this way, the balance between supply and demand of sake was lost and many sake retail shops added water into sake barrels before displaying them.
  317. In this way, the basic political system was built and roughly completed during the reign of the third Shogun Iemitsu TOKUGAWA.
  318. In this way, the battle was a fierce one where many soldiers on either side died.
  319. In this way, the battle was fought, while the top commanders of both sides were urging their soldiers to fight more vigorously.
  320. In this way, the business taxes were abolished in 1709 with fruitless results.
  321. In this way, the clash between both forces started with the attack that the government army launched on the Satsuma army on April 19 and 20, and spread quickly to the entire Kumamoto plain.
  322. In this way, the conference re-drew the power map of the Oda family.
  323. In this way, the construction of the museum started at the current location in the former premises of Kofuku-ji Temple from 1892, and the Original Museum Building was completed in 1894 and opened in the next year, 1895.
  324. In this way, the control of Shinano Province by the Takeda clan became authorized by the Muromachi bakufu.
  325. In this way, the control of Shoen (manors) and Koryo (public lands) by Kizoku was gradually lost, and the Shoen Koryo sei had almost collapsed by the latter half of the fifteenth century, the middle era of the Muromachi era,
  326. In this way, the custom of tanhaku, in which a bundle of a certain number of copper coins held together by a piece of string was considered to be 100 coins, became established from around the end of the Tang Dynasty.
  327. In this way, the daimyo dissolved or weakened the relations of power between the kokujin/hikan class and the land/general populace.
  328. In this way, the death of Kenshin led to the collapse of the anti-Nobunaga network again.
  329. In this way, the degree of drinking had changed to being slight drunk daily, which was much lighter than being 'drunk heavily' and 'namayoi' in the old days.
  330. In this way, the education system in Taiwan was finally unified and all schools (except for a few aboriginal education) were operated by central and local budget with six year compulsory education introduced for children aged from 8 to 13.
  331. In this way, the feudal lord made rice fields from which they could collect all the crops, i.e., the tsukuda, within their territory.
  332. In this way, the forest for field practice started attracting people's attention and access to the place was improved.
  333. In this way, the government army completed the siege of Shiroyama on September 6.
  334. In this way, the government army occupied Shigetomi.
  335. In this way, the government made the liquor tax against sake breweries higher and higher and as a result, about 30 percent of the revenue of the Meiji government came to be made up by the liquor tax.
  336. In this way, the government of Miyoshi and Matsunaga that had controlled central politics since Nagayoshi MIYOSHI collapsed because of Nobunaga's lightning joraku (going to Kyoto).
  337. In this way, the high society event turned into a cultural event in which the general public can participate.
  338. In this way, the hikan held a degree of influence stemming from autonomous self independence.
  339. In this way, the importance of Ippon Shinno rapidly disappeared, and transformed to the treatment allowance to the imperial princes and princesses who were patronized by the emperor or maternal relatives.
  340. In this way, the inaugural issue of "Shodo Geijutsu" made clear that the direction of "modern calligraphy" was going to progress.
  341. In this way, the influence of the Chinese and Buddhist style cultures began to permeate down to regional communities throughout the Japanese archipelago.
  342. In this way, the intent behind the creation of faked historical materials can not be placed under a single category.
  343. In this way, the kokuga forces system was established as the new national military system, first in the eastern region through the process of suppressing the Kanpyo Engi Togoku War.
  344. In this way, the kokuga forces system was established in the western region as well as in the eastern region.
  345. In this way, the kokushi became government officers in name only and real power shifted to the shugo (these people were known as shugo daimyo (shugo lords)).
  346. In this way, the kokushi were entrusted with spreading the ideas of the Ritsuryo system throughout Japan.
  347. In this way, the law went beyond the spiritualism, the society was put under surveillance, and as the result, it is thought that dissatisfaction with the bad law among people in general was heightened against government.
  348. In this way, the main government forces came into contact with their forces landed in Kagoshima.
  349. In this way, the mainstream view on the central principle underlying the unstable political situation during the Sengoku Period gradually shifted from thinking it was gekokujo to people simply taking power for themselves via shukun oshikome.
  350. In this way, the manager's expectations were disappointed.
  351. In this way, the middle era is characterized as having been the golden age of calligraphy.
  352. In this way, the number of chigyo-koku provinces continued increasing, and it is recorded that 50 chigyo-koku provinces existed in 1215.
  353. In this way, the operation to conquer Bungo was progressing smoothly.
  354. In this way, the oral record of the Hagakure (the book of Bushido), consisting of writing what was dictated, started.
  355. In this way, the plaintiff and the defendant were both given opportunities to make written allegations to the other party three times.
  356. In this way, the players divide up into two groups and compete against each other.
  357. In this way, the position of the Shugodai, which was nothing more than an agent of a Shugo in the Muromachi period, at the opening of the Warring States period overtook that of the lords and became one of replacing them.
  358. In this way, the proceeds were increased by utilizing the small amount of the reserves in the form of specie.
  359. In this way, the regulation of exports via China began.
  360. In this way, the relationship of the two had the decisive rupture.
  361. In this way, the residence symbolized the glory of the FUJIWARA no Michinaga family.
  362. In this way, the sake which was commoditized in the Edo period came to be called 'sake of merchants.'
  363. In this way, the series of type 201 cars happened to be an excellent fit to the desired features of the Keihanshin Local Line.
  364. In this way, the story about him in the "Kojiki" corresponds to that of the "Nihonshoki."
  365. In this way, the system in which both silver and gold coins were set as standard currency is called bimetallism.
  366. In this way, the system is so complex.
  367. In this way, the tato fumyo class became capable of fixing their rights to specific myoden, and it helped tato fumyo to develop into myoshu (owner of rice fields).
  368. In this way, the three gods--Yashiki-gami, the agricultural god, and Sorei-shin--had close relations with each other centering on the a god of crop soul (Toshigami (god of the incoming year)).
  369. In this way, the two completely different brewing methods, that is, the one by chewing with mouth and another by Aspergillus oryzae, were recorded around the same time of the Nara period.
  370. In this way, the utagaki custom has a strong tendency toward courtships among unmarried men and women.
  371. In this way, the warrior class lost their exclusive privilege.
  372. In this way, the world was gradually being modernized.
  373. In this way, there are certainly many devotees of fundoshi loincloth everywhere in Japan, so, devotees of the new generation are no longer feeling isolated but are sharing the common concept of the value, and accelerating a kind of sense of unity.
  374. In this way, there were many Bunjin who were good at painting after the Later Han period.
  375. In this way, they also became less slavish to their masters' house than they had been.
  376. In this way, they set a precedent that the emperor's intention surpasses the official decision.
  377. In this way, through interaction with persons in the monument school in Qing, a new trend of advocating the monument school, centered on calligraphy on inscriptions on monuments in the Northern Wei period, was generated.
  378. In this way, tokkuri was a traditional liquid bottle closely related to everyday life.
  379. In this way, wayo came to be used as a means of settling and ending lawsuits.
  380. In this way, you can hold a wooden or china bowl containing hot soup such as miso soup, without feeling its heat.
  381. In this work there is a San of Issan-Ichinei, a Zen priest from China, so, it seems to have been painted before 1317, when he died.
  382. In this work, Kaikei's characteristic style, including the intelligent facial expression, the slim build body and the picturesquely curved robe, is already apparent.
  383. In this world, all the people have Muryoju (immeasurable life) and Muryoko (immeasurable light), like Buddha, and there is no limit to their wisdom and mercy.
  384. In this world, both the upper and lower abhor rice and respect money.'
  385. In this world, people's weals and woes do not necessarily occur reasonably.
  386. In this worldview, the world is divided into realms; Utsushiyo, the actual world, the world of the living, Tokoyo (the perpetual country), also called Tokkoyo (eternal night), and the sacred world called Kakuriyo (the eternal, forever unchanging, distant land over the sea, or the world of the dead, or heaven).
  387. In this year (1922) he was appointed a member of the House of Peers and became a member of the Koyu club (a parliamentary group within the House of Peers) affiliated to the Seiyu Party.
  388. In this year Kiyomori was 30 years old, Tokiko was 22, and Shigemori was 10.
  389. In this year he played a jubango against Hanjuro YOSHIDA (on two-stone handicap for Hanjuro).
  390. In this year, Enkaku, an enlightened monk named Dai-Nembutsu Chuko Shonin practiced Yuzu-Nembutsu at the temple.
  391. In this year, FUJIWARA no Fuhito was ordered to select Ritsuryo.
  392. In this year, Ieyasu regained the Futamata-jo Castle which had been taken by the Takeda clan.
  393. In this year, Imperial Prince Asahiko changed his Imperial family name from Nakagawanomiya to Kayanomiya.
  394. In this year, Nobunaga's achievements against the Ikko Ikki included only two surrenders of Shimura-jo Castle and Kanagamori-jo Castle in which Ikko ikki forces barricaded, in September.
  395. In this year, Okiaki HOSOKAWA was born.
  396. In this year, Senshi and the Emperor Ichijo returned to the dairi (the imperial residence in the palace).
  397. In this year, Sumiharu UKU changed his family name to Goto.
  398. In this year, Tsuramoto TASHIRO was born.
  399. In this year, a new school song was established.
  400. In this year, he received mokujiki-kai under his mentor priest Mokujiki Kankai at Rakan-ji Temple of Shingon sect in Hitachi Province (Mito City, Ibaraki Prefecture).
  401. In this year, he was allowed to use prohibited colors.
  402. In this year, he was appointed as the Govenor of Mimasaka Province.
  403. In this year, he was awarded Jugoi (Junior Fifth Rank) and the Mikawa no kami post, and changed his family name to Tokugawa.
  404. In this year, he was ordered by Emperor Genmei to record "Tei-ki (genealogy of the imperial family)" and "Kyuji (mythical tradition)" recited by HIEDA no Are for compiling a history book.
  405. In this year, he was promoted to Jushiinoge.
  406. In this year, his first book, "Yumeji Gashu - Harunomaki" (A collection of Yumeji illustrations - Spring volume), was released, becoming a bestseller.
  407. In this year, his foster father retired and the next year, his succession to the family was approved and he became the lord of Tsuchiura Domain.
  408. In this year, his wife died.
  409. In this year, in Yokohama, there was a warning bombardment by the British army against the shogunate and many of the public who were afraid of a full-scale attack suddenly evacuated from Edo to the countryside.
  410. In this year, the profit of Sendai Domain reached to roughly 500,000 ryo (a unit of currency used during the Edo period. The value of 1 ryo at that time is roughly about 40,000 yen in today's value, thus it is roughly 20 billion yen).
  411. In this year, tsuyuiri occurred on May 17 and tsuyuake was "not identified."
  412. In this year, when Emperor Gosaga ascended to the throne, he served as the courtier of the retired emperor and carried out political operations and ceremonies of the Imperial Court, and there are some records about court functions and imperial visits in "Tsunetoshi kyo ki" (Diary of Lord Tsunetoshi) and "Yoko ki" (Leaf yellow record),
  413. In this, he demonstrated his diplomatic skill.
  414. In this, the 100 characters (five characters/phrase x 20 phrases) of "Zayumei" in the calligrapher list in the Later Han Dynasty in China were written in the sosho-tai style, with two ro three characters on each line of several tens of lines in total.
  415. In those cities, the municipality with the highest commuting rate is Ikoma City of Nara Prefecture at 47.6 percent, while the lowest is Tenri City of Nara Prefecture at 10 percent.
  416. In those countries, the dish is still favored with the Japanese name 'Oden.'
  417. In those days "Hakkenden" had an average circulation of 500 copies a year but it was read by a larger number of people than that through book lending, and it was so popular that Bakin himself said, 'Hakkenden for those who know me, Hakkenden even for those who don't know me.'
  418. In those days (the end of 12th century to the beginning of the 13th century) the central government (Insei (rule by the retired Emperor)) had not yet lost its power, creating a dual system of governments: the central government (Kyoto, the capital) and Kamakura government.
  419. In those days Russia aiming at expansion into Manchuria (north east of China) strongly opposed Japan's acquisition of the Liaodong Peninsula.
  420. In those days Seiyukai Party was the leading party in the House of Representatives, holding 278 seats, and TAKAHASHI was among supporters of the KIYOURA cabinet at first.
  421. In those days Umimichi referred to the Tokaido, as described in a book entitled "Kaidoki."
  422. In those days a 'dip dyeing' technique was used, but craftsmen in the Genroku era invented a noribosen (resist rice paste is applied by stencil to both sides of the fabric to avoid dyeing prior to dip dyeing) technique.
  423. In those days anything with sauce (or seasoning) added onto it was regarded as Western food, and so it became widespread as commoners' dish, and developed into okonomiyaki.
  424. In those days he was highly regarded as a competent busho.
  425. In those days hemps were mostly used, but later in the Edo period they were replaced by cotton which made fundoshi loincloths popular among the common people beside warriors.
  426. In those days in Kyushu, the Chinzei tandai (office of the military governor of Kyushu) was established after the Mongol invasion of Japan, and the governance by the Hojo clan was reinforced, which aggravated grievances among gokenins (immediate vassals of the shogunate in the Kamakura and Muromachi through the Edo periods).
  427. In those days in the capital, the Taira clan reached the height of its prosperity through the Hogen and the Heiji disturbances, however, Hidehira maintained his independent power in the remote Oshu region.
  428. In those days it must have been quite troublesome to carve a deep track with only a chisel.
  429. In those days it was also called Yoro Seven Kyaku.
  430. In those days it was decided that the exchange rate of gold to silver was 1:15 by the Tokugawa government.
  431. In those days it was prohibited to bathe with swimwear on and people were instructed to swim naked for the purpose of maintaining water quality.
  432. In those days of class consciousness, it did not seem to be a practice among private citizens to build a zashiki with tokonoma on the second floor of their houses as it could be construed as looking down on the other people.
  433. In those days people in the upper class enjoyed sea bathing in western-style swimwear (bathing suits), but western-style swimming suits were still too expensive for commoners and so they swam wearing fundoshi (rokushaku fundoshi) or mizugoromo (water robes).
  434. In those days she was absorbed in reading tales, and it is said that when she was given more than fifty chapters of "The Tale of Genji," she was lost in reading them day and night.
  435. In those days steamships were in service on the route from Yunotsu Port to Hamada Port.
  436. In those days the Asuka-mura government was promoting activities to excavate uninvestigated archaeological sites to edit an anthology of the village in commemoration of its fifteenth anniversary of foundation.
  437. In those days the Tokaido was the main road in "Tokaido."
  438. In those days the grapes grown in the district along the Omiya-dori Street were originally called Omiya grape.
  439. In those days the ingredients for dagashi were limited and the use of expensive refined sugar was prohibited.
  440. In those days the name Ecchu-gosho Palace was also used.
  441. In those days there were a few temples which followed a particular sect.
  442. In those days there were conflicts between his father Yoshiharu and the Kanrei (shogun's deputy) Harumoto HOSOKAWA, and every time Yoshiharu lost to Harumoto, he fled to Sakamoto, Omi Province, taking his son Yoshiteru with him.
  443. In those days there were no bridges over the Tone-gawa River and the only way to cross the river was to use a floating bridge in Kawamata.
  444. In those days there were not many scholars who agreed with the theory of Yu MIZUNO although it drew attention among the academic community.
  445. In those days there were only wilds and mulberry fields.
  446. In those days there were several theories about the latitudinal length of the earth, argued whether it was 30-ri ("ri" is about 3.927km), 32-ri or 25-ri, and TAKAHASHI and INO aimed to measure this length correctly.
  447. In those days this facility was revolutionary in that educational and self-supportive approaches were taken towards minor offenders and those who were likely to commit crimes.
  448. In those days this story was spread even to Kyoto.
  449. In those days when the average monthly wages for salaried workers was about 50 yen, ITO's salary as an engineer was higher than the average but the money he managed to raise by selling his expensive camera and others was short of the 3 million yen.
  450. In those days zekku (a form of Chinese poem) was popular and Suo's Chinese poetry appeared in many zekku books such as "Bunsei era seventeen poets' zekku" and so on.
  451. In those days, Buddhist priests were exempted from taxation, and therefore there were many people who took the tonsure but did not enter the Buddhist priesthood (illegally ordained priests) to evade taxes.
  452. In those days, Bugei DAI was opposed to Tang China over his younger brother Mongei DAI (Dae Munye), who had exiled himself to Tang China, creating a hair-trigger situation.
  453. In those days, Charlemagne failed to invade Saragossa in 778 and then was urged to make the refugees who were west Goths following the army in retreat settle down somewhere.
  454. In those days, Empress Saimei carried on many construction projects such as building stone mounds and a Takadono (a building placed on the high place) near the top of Mt. Tonomine and digging a waterway through the Nara Basin, but these constructions were received unfavorably by the people who were mobilized.
  455. In those days, Ganryu-jima Island (located at the Kanmon Strait) was called Funa-shima Island (literally, 'boat island') and belonged to the Kokura Domain of Buzen Province (at present, it belongs to Shimonoseki City, Yamaguchi Prefecture); at the island, Musashi fought with a heihoka (tactician), Ganryu, in the Keicho era (1596-1615).
  456. In those days, Ganryu-jima Island (located in the Kanmon Strait) was called Funa-shima Island (literally, 'boat island') and belonged to the Kokura Domain of Buzen Province (at present, it belongs to Shimonoseki City, Yamaguchi Prefecture); at the island, Musashi fought with a heihoka, Kojiro SASAKI in the Keicho era (1596-1615).
  457. In those days, Hideyoshi was interested in Noh play so passionately that he could not be satisfied with playing the existing noh plays, and ordered Yuko to write a new Noh plays to show his great achievements to the later generations.
  458. In those days, Hiraizumi where the Oshu Fujiwara clan had its residences boasted a large population second to Heiankyo (Kyoto) and was a great city of the Buddhist culture.
  459. In those days, Hirotada held waka parties with Yakamochi, Echizen no suke (assistant governor of Echizen Province) KURA no Tadamaro and so on, and went to Fuse no mizuumi (present Junichogata in Himi City, Toyama Prefecture) and had a good time with them.
  460. In those days, Japan was in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan) when the Northern Court in Kyoto supported by the Ashikaga clan confronted the Yoshino Court (the Southern Court).
  461. In those days, Kazan had the side job of drawing Hatsu-uma lanterns.
  462. In those days, Kazoku were some kind of object of people's attention like today's celebrity, and gravure pictures of girls and wives of kazoku often made the pages of magazines such as 'Fujo Gaho' (the Women Pictorial).
  463. In those days, Keio Gijuku was in financial difficulties for several reason, including the students from Satsuma domain leaving before graduation; therefore, Yukichi asked Kaishu KATSU for financial help because Kaishu equally financed the former vassals of the shogun in a relatively straightforward manner.
  464. In those days, Kiranosho reached out to the east and the west of the Furuyahagi-gawa River, so it was divided into two as the west and the east, and called, 'Tojo' (The castle exists in Shiroyama, Madarame, Kira-cho, Hazu County) and 'Saijo' (The castle presently exists in Nishio City).
  465. In those days, MINAMOTO no Masayori's daughter, Atemiya, has an excellent reputation and there are continuous proposals for marriage.
  466. In those days, MINAMOTO no Michichika was a key figure in the Imperial Court and opposed Kanezane KUJO and MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, who were connected to Kanezane.
  467. In those days, Mikawa Province was hemmed in by two feudal lords, ODA and IMAGAWA.
  468. In those days, Mutsu was a desert area of the district.
  469. In those days, Nobunaga fought against the Saito clan in order to conquer Mino Province and Ieyasu needed to counter Shingen TAKEDA in Kai Province, Ujizane IMAGAWA in Suruga Province, and so on.
  470. In those days, OKUBO's domination of political authority was criticized as "despotism by a domain-dominated government".
  471. In those days, Soseki scolded Misao FUJIMURA, a student in his charge in Daiichi High School, for lack of drive, and several days later, Misao drowned himself in Kegon no taki Fall.
  472. In those days, Ubai was highly profitable and depending on the year was valued several times higher than rice or wheat.
  473. In those days, Ukon Daibu stayed with the Kato clan of Higo Province, and based on that relationship it is guessed that Moritane also stayed with the Kato clan.
  474. In those days, Western guns were made and trial launches were conducted in Takeo, and Shigeyoshi was deemed to be the first person among the feudal lords of Japan who was successful in introducing Western military techniques.
  475. In those days, Yorimasa was more on the side of Bifukumon-in.
  476. In those days, Yoshikatsu took the stance to oppose to giving up the territories on Jikan nochi (an order for surrendering the Shogunate post and domains to the Imperial Court) of Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA.
  477. In those days, Zhou Yi was a text book which people were not allowed to study until 50, so Sanetaka would have made up his mind to study it when he was turned 54.
  478. In those days, a Kokushi did not leave for the assigned province (called yonin [remote appointments]) and sent out a mokudai (deputy kokushi, or a deputy provincial governor) instead, who was a deputy and also director to the assigned province.
  479. In those days, a collection of 96 mon of Kanei-tsuho tied together by a string known as zeni-toshi was equivalent to 100 mon (tanhaku).
  480. In those days, a person's portrait was often drawn often after death, so the painter had to draw the portraits without actually seeing the model and therefore needed to imagine in order to draw, which should also have been the case with Kazan's drawing of Kinrei's portrait.
  481. In those days, a rumor spread that this outfit was arranged imitating Gyouu OGUCHIYA, a rice broker in Kuramae.
  482. In those days, a succession of the following incidents occurred: Christian feudal lords and Christians set fire to temples and shrines and also persecuted Buddhist monks; or conversely, Christians were persecuted in the place where religious Buddhist feudal lords dominated.
  483. In those days, actually, there were many similar Kokushi kasei joso, but 'Owari no kuni Gunji Hyakusho ra no Gebumi' accused Motonaga as becoming one of the most famous, since it was the only one to record the whole content of the petition.
  484. In those days, an apparition and a curse were deeply believed in.
  485. In those days, anything light, thin, short and small was favored and what was post-modern was seriously discussed.
  486. In those days, as the polygynous system was adopted, it seems that there were several Oe during the same period, which often led conflicts over the right of succession to the throne.
  487. In those days, beriberi was a disease of unknown etiology.
  488. In those days, bottled coffee milk was a general coffee drink available away at home or office, but with the arrival of canned coffee on the market, people were able to carry coffee freely.
  489. In those days, compulsory education was not spreading enough, and most people were unable to write letters, much less to read newspaper.
  490. In those days, copper products and handicrafts from Japan and cotton materials and Asian ginseng from Korea were traded.
  491. In those days, embankment work was done with piled stones to build Wakamiya-oji Street over paddy fields.
  492. In those days, engrossed in Japanese swordsmanship training, he won a championship under presence of the lord of Nagoya castle, with the result that he was adopted by Sai SHIMADA in Ogaki Domain, who was captivated by Kai SHIMADA, to succeed the Shimada family.
  493. In those days, factories and offices that kept late business hours used lamp oil made from sperm whales, and it was precisely for this reason that whaling was so vigorously carried on.
  494. In those days, he approached Harumoto HOSOKAWA, who was about to gain an advantage in the dispute over the position of Kanrei (shogunal deputy) in the Hosokawa clan, by supporting Yoshitsuna ASHIKAGA, who was also called Hirashima Kubo.
  495. In those days, he belonged to Kyozondoshu and Omeisha and was actively involved in the civil rights movement; he wrote a paper about the Anglo-American legal system, proposed the adoption of the juror system, drew up a draft constitution, and made speeches at both oratorical and lecture meetings.
  496. In those days, he was categorized in the Yoyuha school.
  497. In those days, he was encouraged by Genroin Vice-chairman Takayuki SASAKI's.to outline the theories of conservative politics mainly on Edmund Burke's theory into a book titled "Seijigairon" (outline of politics).
  498. In those days, however, it is said that an extensive operation was difficult to perform in Dejima and so topical treatment was a mainstream.
  499. In those days, however, people commonly travel by foot, and the Fushimi-kaido Road, with the Inari-jinja Shrine (present Fushimi-Inari Taisha Shrine) and many other sightseeing spots was busy with sightseers who travelled along the road and many houses were found in around Kyo and Fushimi.
  500. In those days, in Dazaifu, continuous lean harvest resulted in tax revenue shortfalls and farmers had an even harder time due to diseases.
  501. In those days, in Manchuria, Japan-related Korean bank notes (equivalent to Japanese yen) were circulated and in Shanghai, Japanese bank notes were circulated.
  502. In those days, in Owari Province, the power of the Shiba clan, who were shugo daimyo, declined and Nobutomo ODA, who was the head of 'the Oda Yamato no Kami family,' the shugodai of the south four counties of the Owari Province, and the head of the lord of the Kiyosu-jo Castle, grasped the real power.
  503. In those days, in Tang 'An Shi Rebellion' broke out against Emperor Xuan Zong, in the Korean Peninsula Silla rejected the meeting with the national envoy from Japan, and the other events happened, so that the foreign strain was growing higher and the defense of Kyushu had become urgent.
  504. In those days, in addition to the songs handed sown from father to son proprietarily as its family art, some songs were handed down only for one generation from another family were started to be performed.
  505. In those days, in the ritual of shinzengushin (literally, offering god's tray) carried out in Daijoe after the enthronement ceremony, the emperor progressed the ritual based on the manner which was told by Sekkan (regent or adviser).
  506. In those days, it belonged to Ise Province.
  507. In those days, it could not receive a high reputation as the kurabito reviewed it as 'at first, it didn't sell at all, even a drop.'
  508. In those days, it had a large power in Kaga Province but it was far from Kyoto and inconvenient for believers.
  509. In those days, it was a big social problem that smoking opium was a popular habit among people in Taiwan, which was also a common issue in mainland China.
  510. In those days, it was believed that selling a bad dream would protect the dreamer from any possible bad luck.
  511. In those days, it was still common in poor farming community to let members go out to town and work for reducing the mouths to feed (it had been called 'Kuchi-berashi'), and Mine was also sent to Okaya City in Shinshu to help her family.
  512. In those days, judo meant a local school of jujutsu in many cases.
  513. In those days, local outlaws known as Akuto emerged as a powerful force, and one after another of the temples and shrines began to appeal directly to the bakufu for help; however, the Tokuso administration, which was supported by Takatsuna NAGASAKI and Tokiaki ADACHI, responded to these appeals in a high-handed manner.
  514. In those days, monks residing in the zendo and warrior monks, who often went to the capital Kyoto for strongly making pleas, had such great strength that the Taira clan tolerated the power of influence of the temples in Nanto and Mt. Hiei.
  515. In those days, most of them were boro-type (top tower keep placed on the main structure), which is considered an old style.
  516. In those days, on the 12th, Sangun Aritomo YAMAGATA made a plan of battle against Nobeoka of the Government army.
  517. In those days, one century passed after the implementation of Ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code), and farmers who had been assumed as an equal class tended to be stratified.
  518. In those days, one of the school songs of the Ministry of Education, a children's song 'Akatonbo' (red dragonfly) illustrates, it was common for school age children of today to take care of younger children all day long.
  519. In those days, only aristocrats enjoyed karakuri ningyo.
  520. In those days, ordinary daimyos were customarily appointed to the Fifth Rank, so Daimon became a formal wear for daimyos.
  521. In those days, peasants on whom tax was imposed frequently ran away and wandered about, which lowered tax yields.
  522. In those days, people generally did not have sewing machines, and clothes were made by hand-sewing.
  523. In those days, professional rikishi (sumo wrestlers) were emerging regionally and were invited to compete in Kanjin Zumo.
  524. In those days, psychological novels became popular in the Western world.
  525. In those days, representative poets were distinguished people from influential families such as Imperial Prince Munetaka, Shogun of Kamakura (67 poems), Saneuji SAIONJI (61 poems), who was an important person in political circles, and the Gosaga-in (54 poems).
  526. In those days, sake brewing was what is now called leading-edge biotechnology and major temples were in the following situations which were so favorable as to make it possible for them to be entrusted with and take charge of such state-of-the-art technology.
  527. In those days, sake was considered to be something of a luxury because of the idea that 'sake was made of rice which should be eaten as food,' so that it was regarded as modern and preferable that 'the alcohol of synthetic seishu was not made of rice.'
  528. In those days, shitaifu had large circles of acquaintances and it was difficult to greet all of them at New Year's.
  529. In those days, silk was a top quality product used by the people of high rank, like emperor.
  530. In those days, since Japan was in the midst of the Sengoku period (warring states period), they did not establish a system of arresting wako.
  531. In those days, soldiers brought back the heads of high-ranked enemy officers that they had killed to have them examined as evidence of the achievement, and farmer soldiers or low ranked soldiers brought back noses (ears) to prove how many of the enemy soldiers they had killed.
  532. In those days, special tea bowls were so valuable that it was said one could exchange a single tea bowl for a whole province; in particular, 'Hatsuhana,' 'Nitta,' and 'Narashiba' were called the three most special tea bowls in the world.
  533. In those days, sugar was very valuable because it was not produced domestically.
  534. In those days, the Buddhist society in China did not approve the Daijo kaidan at Enryaku-ji Temple, and the priests who had been given the precepts of Buddhism at that temple were not recognized as priests in China.
  535. In those days, the Fushiminomiya family had the highest status among four Miyake (families allowed to have the status of Imperial family), but this family was the most distant from the Imperial lineage.
  536. In those days, the Japan Socialist Party, to which Ninagawa once belonged, began to make blatant personal demands.
  537. In those days, the Nagao family was roto (originally signified warriors who had no blood ties to the band they joined) of the Miura clan (powerful Kamakura period warrior family of Sagami Province).
  538. In those days, the Saga Domain was under severe financial circumstances, and Gonnojo ARITA, who was a secretary of Naomasa NABESHIMA (the lord of the Saga Domain), attempted to impose a poll tax in the territory with no exceptions.
  539. In those days, the Ueno clan enjoyed prosperity by working as Shugodai (deputy military governor) together with the Ishikawa clan and the Sho clan under the supervision of the Hosokawa clan, the military governor of Bicchu, but unlike the other clans, the Ueno clan lost the post in early stage.
  540. In those days, the biggest theme of Japanese historians was how to apply Japanese history to the European historical view and therefore they evaluated the Ritsuryo system from that historical point of view.
  541. In those days, the composition of jiuta shamisen music and the finesse of performance had already been culminated by his senior associates.
  542. In those days, the discovery of the Kawachi-bon was regarded as a contribution to the study of The Tale of Genji ---it can be said an overvaluation today, though--- and such situation was called 'Kawachi-bon boom.'
  543. In those days, the modern fortification technique was spread nationwide with the help of Tokugawa shogunate's tenka fushin (nation wide constructions).
  544. In those days, the new government was caught in serious financial difficulties not only because a great amount of gold flowed outside the country due to the different exchange ratios between gold and silver at home and abroad, but also because the expenses for Boshin Civil War and the encouragement of new industry was required.
  545. In those days, the number of arrows shot through the hallway does not seem to have been contested yet.
  546. In those days, the order of succession to the Amenoshita shiroshimesu ookimi passed through the ookimi's sons like the eldest son -> the second son -> … -> the youngest son (Kyodai Shokei), and if the youngest son died, the next successor would be the eldest son of the eldest son of ookimi.
  547. In those days, the possible candidates of Shuei were Karigane and Yasuhisa TAMURA, who was five years older and a better player than Karigane; however, Shuei did not decide his successor because he did not like Tamura's character.
  548. In those days, the price of a slave was 20 to 30 sen, so the price of 5 kan (1,000 kan=10,000 yen) seems too expensive for a child with unknown status and background.
  549. In those days, the price of the vegetables only was about 250 yen.
  550. In those days, the shogun generally doubled as Azechi (inspector of the provincial government) or as Mutsu no kami (the governor of Mutsu Province), and some even held three positions at once.
  551. In those days, the specific name 'Gobugyo' was not used, and they were called by their posts like 'Toshiyori' and the like.
  552. In those days, there existed a creed called the 'Sanzu Jofu Ronso' (the controversy over the practice of religious services to attain nirvana, also known as Kaiku Ronso) within Honmon Hokke Sect between Kaisei school and Kuon school, and the contention got heated as the religious association of lay believers storing its power were involved.
  553. In those days, there was a rumor that the poems by Koshikibu no Naishi were in fact composed by her mother, so Shijo Chunagon made fun of Koshikibu no Naishi, but she replied to him with an excellent poem.
  554. In those days, there was an antagonistic feeling between the Taira administration and the Goshirakawa administration.
  555. In those days, there was no rule about which utensils were to be used or how to decorate them.
  556. In those days, there was no treatment for curing smallpox, thus it was a fatal disease.
  557. In those days, there were the gravestones of Hirohide and vassals in this area, and were popular as the Hirate-jinja Shrine.
  558. In those days, they were called 'Gonin bugyo,' but it became quite confusing with 'Gonin gobugyo' during the Edo period (though they were mainly called 'Gonin otoshiyori' at the time); as a result, the term 'Gotairo' was coined later to indicate the former to distinguish between them.
  559. In those days, this area was called Sugawara village, and the Sugawara clan who turned out SUGAWARA no Michizane had its name from Sugawara village because their ancestors lived there.
  560. In those days, those schools that were popular within the specific feudal clan structure disappeared (but they have revived like mushrooms after a rain in recent years).
  561. In those days, tsujigahana was almost synonymous with the dyeing technique, they say.
  562. In those days, wagons and underframes of the passenger carriages were made of iron, and main bodies including walls and roofs were made of wood.
  563. In those days, warriors in Koshu were said to be strong and they had a victory in a minor battle the day before the final battle of Nagashino, which raised their morale.
  564. In those days, while a person occasionally took a bath together with others, he or she is assumed to have worn the cloth in a bath to wipe off the sweat and also to hide his naked body.
  565. In those days, with no electric rice cookers with a keep-warm function and no microwave ovens, cooked rice was stored in a wooden cooked-rice container, to which cooked rice was usually transferred before being eaten, and it got cold.
  566. In those difficult times, the amount of production didn't increase immediately (refer to 'History of sake: Showa period and later'), but it became nationally popular after the war and came to be called the 'king of Sakamai.'
  567. In those lectures, Shozo protested as 'the good harvest is never a result from the construction, but it is because the landslides occurred by the bad flood last year and the farmlands of the damaged area were covered with new earth.'
  568. In those lessons sushi chefs are trained with the entire course of four hours per day and six weeks, and many of the students who finished the course with the tuition 1,000 dollars become chefs in sushi restaurants or Japanese food restaurants across America.
  569. In those merchant houses, rooms were placed one after the other to form a near single line filling the deep and narrow lots.
  570. In those stories, many variations of foods are used as 'poison', and various treasured goods that are destroyed by way of an apology.
  571. In those sutras Fudo Myoo is not described as a transcendental absolutist that is superior to other gods and Buddhas but is described on the basis of the above thought, that the way to reach enlightenment is different individually because the ways of living things' minds aren't the same).
  572. In those times, the ownership of land by members of the warrior class was uncertain and it is suggested that the reason for the rapid gathering of bushi under Yoritomo's troops was because there was a strong wish for a government controlled by bushi.
  573. In those times, the will of parents regarding inheritance had absolute effectiveness and even the court at the bakufu or Imperial court could not easily upturn that decision.
  574. In those years Japan was a lesser country of the Far East, so she thought that Japan might be destroyed if one of powers Russia declared war on the pretext of this incident.
  575. In thouse days, Japanese financial affairs deteriorated due to the enormous expenditure for war, and in Russia also, the revolutionary movements such as Bloody Sunday (1905) were growing worse, so it was getting difficult for the both countries to continue the war.
  576. In ths room, pre-dinner aperitifs and after-dinner drinks are served for dinner guests, and also receptions are held on rainy days.
  577. In time for the Tokyo Olympic Games held in 1964, the Tomei Expressway was constructed and the operation of Tokaido Shinkansen started.
  578. In time for the end of the Muromachi period and the start of the reign of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, Ieyasu recommended one thing in particular to Jikisan-hatamoto (warriors serves directly to Shogun) and Tozama daimyo (nonhereditary feudal lords).
  579. In time with the opening of the Imperial Diet, a movement to the Daido assembly happened among the old minor parties supporting the Jiyu Minken Undo on the sidelines of opening of the Imperial Diet, the conservative councilors who opposed the movement assembled in a move to counteract them.
  580. In time, Yorikatsu OGASAWARA changed his name to Yorikatsu SHIOMI, and his son, Yoriuji SHIOMI, ruled this area, based out of the Yokoyama-jo Castle, etc.
  581. In time, his injuries healed and his skill at wielding his mighty bow returned, and he started to act violently again.
  582. In time, kata geiko itself became rare to be done.
  583. In time, rescue forces led by KI no Ahemaro arrived from Mino and saved the Fukei troops from the bad situation.
  584. In time, the farmer's wife gave birth to a child who could be called a baby of Raijin.
  585. In time, with the emergence of competition regarding the quality of sake, the brewing of sake in seasons other than winter was not considered.
  586. In times like that when there were not even basic labor rights in Japan, the common people who struggled against hard suppression and living directed their anger to high-income people, especially rice marketers and merchants gradually.
  587. In times like this, I feel delighted.
  588. In times of emergencies, Sei were not held but an upper courtier who was waiting at the meeting would confirm this, and the Sangi (councilor) or Shonagon would ask the Benkan at the Katanashi-dokoro to attach the seal to the document and this procedure was called Katanashi shoin.
  589. In times of emergency, the Karamete-mon Gate allowed people, including the feudal lord, to escape from a castle or escape to outside the walls surrounding a castle.
  590. In times of peace, appointments were based on family lineage.
  591. In times of peace, trade was carried out between the Emishi and Japan; Emishi offered their specialties such as seaweed, horses, fur pelts and feathers, and in return they obtain rice, cloth and iron.
  592. In today's China, 1 ryo (liang in Chinese) is set at 50 grams.
  593. In today's Japan, Noh is regarded as a traditional performing art internationally recognized and is as highly reputed as kabuki is (a Japanese traditional drama performed only by male actors).
  594. In today's Japanese music, the term "sangen" is used also on the occasion that the instrument is played for music other than Jiuta.
  595. In today's Japanese, muhon means a rebellion raised by a vassal against his lord.
  596. In today's National Sports Festival, there are two types of kyudo games, tekichu-sei kinteki (the regular close-ranged shooting) and tokuten-sei enteki (60m).
  597. In today's National Sports Festival, there are two types of kyudo games, tekichu-sei kinteki and tokuten-sei enteki (the shooting for long distance on 60m).
  598. In today's Oji, there stand two memorial stones at the sites where street preaching occurred (in front of the gate of Honko-ji Temple at Omachi and 2-chome Ono).
  599. In today's academic research, especially among debates in Japan, there is a debate on whether or not Ju-kyo is a religion.
  600. In today's festivals, boys and girls (usually younger than elementary school students) who wear distinctive makeup (mostly thick makeup) and certain matching costumes are mostly called chigo.
  601. In today's historical science, the unilinear evolution phase concept of history focused mainly on Western Europe is sharply criticized.
  602. In today's historical study, nobody interprets Takauji as a traitor any more, and the process of Takauji's becoming a traitor sometimes can be a theme of historical study.
  603. In today's history, such a theory is generally avoided because it is considered just a pick-and-choose attitude and not persuasive.
  604. In today's house, smoke-free charcoal is often used.
  605. In today's researches, the descriptions on the events before the Emperor Keitai in "Kojiki" and "Nihonshoki," especially the year of edition, are thought to be inaccurate.
  606. In tokonoma, toko is not only placed alone, but also frequently accompanied by tsukeshoin (a built-in table) at the corridor (daylighting) side, and by wakidana (shelves next to tokonoma) at the opposite side, in accordance with the tradition of Shoin-zukuri style.
  607. In total 26 tournaments, 87 wins, 40 loses, 21 draws, 3 azukari (undecided) and 109 absences; winning percentage.685.
  608. In total, there were 35 samurai, 112 servants, 141 foot soldiers, 5 chugen, 39 laborers, 22 kuchitori (total of 354), 32 cavalry horses and 22 packhorses (total of 54 horses).
  609. In trade with China at that time the exported goods other than so-called 'Tawaramono Sanhin' (three luxury marine products)' were also called 'shoshiki.'
  610. In trade with China, transactions of using a unit of 100 million coins were not unusual at that time.
  611. In traditional Chinese medicine, 'hoajao' is also called kusho, and it's considered to have stomachic, pain-relief and anthelmintic actions.
  612. In traditional Chinese medicine, it is said to have effects for heavy stomach, knot or pain in the chest, etc.
  613. In traditional Japanese music, such as Joruri (dramatic narrative chanted to a samisen accompaniment) or nagauta (long epic song with shamisen accompaniment), that developed among townspeople during the Edo period, kamishimo was used on the stage, at that time, was substituted by hanging a maedare (an apron) over the kataginu instead of wearing hakama.
  614. In traditional kenjutsu (swordplay), the proper posture called orishiki was executed by kneeling down with one knee next to the other foot, but in kendo, a new posture executed by raising heels with the buttocks on them was established.
  615. In traditional performing arts all over the world (especially in East Asia and Southeast Asia) there is a tendency to wear atsugesho as well.
  616. In traditional performing arts, the shinobue is often called the 'fue' or 'takebue' for short.
  617. In travelling by bus for sightseeing, it is more convenient to go to Kashiharajingu-mae Station (Kintetsu Railway, Kintetsu Minamiosaka Line/Kintetsu Kashihara Line), two stations to the north, where the frequency of buses is better.
  618. In trials conducted in those days, a plaintiff had to prepare all the documents and evidence such as kudashibumi (document issued by a superior or office), gosho (writings or letters of superior), and even the related laws in order to take somebody to court.
  619. In tribute to Natsuno's accomplishments, the Kiyohara clan went on to produce many outstanding figures in the field of study and literature through the ages.
  620. In tropical countries, swidden agriculture in which tropical forestland is burned is widely conducted.
  621. In truth however, it is uncertain whether or not this anecdote is based in historical fact; it had spread in the mid part of the Edo period in Joruri (a narration accompanying the Japanese traditional puppet play) called "Ono Tofu's Green Willow and Ink Stone," which was first staged in 1754.
  622. In truth, however, he was the son of Hikaru Genji born by Empress Fujitsubo.
  623. In truth, there is a high possibility that Masamune utilized two kinds of written seal marks depending on an occasion; although Hideyoshi suspected of this possibility, he could not acquire conclusive evidence.
  624. In trying to entertain Tsukiomi by offering him (or her) food and sake, Ukemochi no kami is said to have vomited rice from her mouth, which disgusted her guest and caused him (or her) to slaughter her with a sword.
  625. In tsuji koshaku, one tells military epic stories like Taiheiki (The Record of the Great Peace) with a certain rhythm while giving commentary on it.
  626. In turn '丈' (take) took on another meaning, that is, the length of objects.
  627. In turn, Ogo helped Hideyoshi when Hideyoshi was building Hoko-ji Temple.
  628. In turn, he received sake (Japanese alcohol), meals, accommodation and some money, and with this treatment, he was able to wander around the whole area of the southern part of the Shinshu region.
  629. In turn, it is also said that any one of the Abe clan who was a central government official, came down to Oshu and left his offspring at the place of his post, or that the Ezo (Fushu [barbarians]) who had submitted themselves to the Imperial Court were the ancestors of the Abe clan.
  630. In two days of the 25th and 26th of March, they recruited around 1,500 soldiers.
  631. In two volumes.
  632. In two years before its opening, Kyoto Asahi Cinema with two screens was closed, reducing the opportunities to play films for independent cinemas in Kyoto City.
  633. In two years, Hirotada MATSUDAIRA died.
  634. In ukiyo-e, there is a category called "mitate-e" (a picture that appears to describe the mode of life in fashion, but actually describes Japanese classics and historical events), which was recognized as an advanced puzzle, covering famous historical events and stories.
  635. In unifying three different systems, it was obvious that the different nature of "han", which were governed by chihanji and hanshi unlike "fu" and "ken" that were governed by the government officials, became the biggest obstacle for "sanchi-icchi".
  636. In universities "Bankoku Koho" was considered a compulsory subject both in national and private universities, and modern international law was lectured using "Bankoku Koho" as well as other commentaries of international law.
  637. In unquiet days of the end of Edo period, he took the Imperial Court side early on, and served as a security guard and other posts.
  638. In urban areas where the money economy was already in place, jishi was usually paid in coined money and was called jishisen.
  639. In urban areas, on the other hand, there are some lines whose transportation volume is increasing year after year, and increase in transportation volume due to newly-opened lines can be also seen.
  640. In urban areas, on the other hand, there is a great demand for railways, and thus managing status of railway companies varies depending on the line.
  641. In urban areas, there were autonomy bodies that did not have facilities large enough to accept all participants increasing year by year.
  642. In usual drama, rehearsals are repeatedly done before the performance and occasionally, there may even be a general probe during which the actors and actresses who dress up in the same costumes rehearse on the same stage before the actual performance.
  643. In various African and Southeast Asian countries afflicted by malaria, mosquito nets have gained attention as a low-cost measure against mosquitoes.
  644. In various Shingon schools, agreements are concluded through the use of personal seals.
  645. In various areas on the Japan Sea side of Hokkaido, Kujira-jiru has been eaten as New Year's dishes since the era when Hokkaido started being developed in the Meiji period, and it is said that this habit originated in the people who moved there from the Tohoku region, centered on the Akita domain.
  646. In various books, such as "Okagami" (the Great Mirror), she was praised for her excellence in prose and poetry for a woman.
  647. In various countries excluding countries in East Asia, only a part of the traditional cultures such as 'samurai,' 'geisha,' etc. were known as Japanese culture until recently.
  648. In various countries in East Asia, seishi are history books officially compiled by the ruling dynasties of their respective countries.
  649. In various feudal domains, the word "umamawari" (horse guard) was used not only as an occupational title but also to describe family status or ranks.
  650. In various localities in Yazu County many carvings of waves and rabbits have been discovered.
  651. In various locations in the Hokuriku region, the monk-soldiers and the jinin (associates of Shinto shrines) of Hakuzan-jinja Shrine, a branch shrine of Enryaku-ji Temple, had clashed with kokuga seiryoku (the force of the provincial headquarters) even before the Jisho-Juei War.
  652. In various ministries, this system was left to people's convenience and collapsed in 1888.
  653. In various occupied areas, volunteer soldiers arose and they suffered from insufficient weapons and provisions.
  654. In various places along the Sea of Japan coast, the legend which the Asakura clan connected to the Ikko sect as 'legend of the descendent from the Asakura clan' is widespread in different patterns.
  655. In various places in the West region, rebellions were waged against the Taira family.
  656. In various places, rebellions were becoming more and more intense and, after experiencing suspension of cloister government and confinement, Goshirakawa had not only dissatisfaction against the Taira clan but even hatred.
  657. In various places, there are stone monuments that conserve his lapidary calligraphy showing his brushstroke.
  658. In various regions of Kyushu, 'chili pepper' is referred to as 'kosho.'
  659. In various regions of Southeast Asia, there was a widespread primitive alcohol brewing method called "kuchikami no sake" (which literally means "chewed alcohol"), in which people made alcohol by chewing boiled grains with saliva in their mouths in order to take in wild yeast from the air to ferment the grains and make alcohol.
  660. In various sects
  661. In vegetarian cuisine, soybeans, bean sprouts, tofu (bean curd) and other materials are used besides konbu and mushrooms;
  662. In view of a large amount of vermillion obtained and used, it is considered that it has some relationship with eastern Seto Inland Sea, because Tatetsuki Kofun Tumulus which used three kilograms of vermillion is located in Kurashiki City, Okayama Prefecture.
  663. In view of balancing these two, the little finger-sized mouth of tokkuri is the best choice.
  664. In view of general manners and habits of dining, because the meal is finished by eating a mouthful of each dish one after another, the time to consume a bowl of rice is substantially equal to the time for the meal.
  665. In view of maintenance and security in the steeply sloped section, all the existing cars for passenger service are motor-driven and employ drive shafts, being controlled by a combination of resistance control and dynamic braking.
  666. In view of many writing errors for person's names and confusions of "Azuma Kagami", 'Saburoemon SHO' is considered to be correct for his name and 'Saburozaemon HONJO' be wrong.
  667. In view of postal service, nengajo is treated as "nenga tokubetsu yubinbutsu" (special New Year's mail), which is a kind of special mail.
  668. In view of such a small space, it was very difficult to make them public at the site
  669. In view of such mistakes in the legend as the above, the legend of Kodama Sho clan becomes more reliable than that of Bicchu-Sho clan.
  670. In view of the November 4, 1593 description in 'Komai Nikki' (The Diary of Shigekatsu KOMAI) that he was given an additional one thousand koku, he is considered to have finally had 11,000 koku.
  671. In view of the above, Betsu-kyo is deemed an imperfect teaching since it lacks Sandai Enyu (The Perfectly Integrated Three Truths) and Jikkaigogu (Mutual Containment of the Ten Realms)).
  672. In view of the above, divination researcher Hidetatsu MATSUOKA published his book as "Abe no Seimei 'Senji ryakketsu' Shokai," in which he explained Rikujinshinka as well as "Senji ryakketsu."
  673. In view of the above, it has been sometimes said that a succession of the Goshiki Fudo legends including a tale of Tenkai and kekkai were created in recent years; however, it has been also pointed out that such stories were told as gossip (urban legend) irrespective of historical facts during the Edo Period.
  674. In view of the above, it is also true that we cannot conclude "Senji ryakketsu" was the Abe family's list of instruction in Rikujinshinka.
  675. In view of the above, it is considered that "Nenjugyoji Utaawase" was one of principal reference materials of "Kuji Kongen."
  676. In view of the above, it is questionable whether Mototsune really didn't know the meaning of the original term.
  677. In view of the above, rakugan is considered to be a high-grade item among Japanese confectioneries.
  678. In view of the above, the Kyoto yuba is thin, whereas, the Nikko yuba is more substantial.
  679. In view of the above, the difference of letters comes from the difference of positions.
  680. In view of the above, there was a theory that Hirotoji or Agata no Inukai family was expected to play a role in the so-called 'Womb of Saio.'
  681. In view of the above-mentioned facts, both of the Otani families were listed as new members of the nobility and entitled to hold the position of Hakushaku (roughly equivalent to a count or countess in English) after the Meiji Restoration.
  682. In view of the current status as mentioned above, both restaurants and geigi are urging further fundamental reform.
  683. In view of the description of 'HONJO Saburozaemon Nyudo (priest)' in "Azuma Kagami," he seems to have become priest in the mid 13th century.
  684. In view of the existence of Rikujin Kanmon, which proves the fact that Seimei divined fortune with Rikujinshinka, and the fact that "Senji ryakketsu" is the commentary of Rikujinshinka, there is no need to doubt the existence of the oral tradition in the Tsuchimikado family.
  685. In view of the fact that Himezuka of Kagami-jinja Shrine adjacent to Shinyakushi-ji Temple (Takahata-cho, Nara City) has been handed down as 'Tomb of a highborn Himegimi (a princess),' a theory that Tochi no Himemiko was buried in this tomb is convincing.
  686. In view of the fact that Kinkata died in 1360 and his younger brother and adopted son Sanemori TOIN wrote in the book's postscript that the book was written after Kinkata's 'retirement,' it is presumed that the book was written during the period thirteen years after 1347.
  687. In view of the fact that Kumaraju attached importance to Hoke-kyo sutra, Makahannya haramikyo sutra and Daichidoron, it can be said that the foundation of the Tendai Sect was triggered by Kumaraju.
  688. In view of the fact that Tonozuka is said to have been dedicated to Prince Takechi, some think that Himezuka was dedicated to Tochi no Himemiko.
  689. In view of the fact that her elder brothers Nobunaga and Nobukane treated Ichi with much more warmth than they did other sisters, a recent viewpoint claims that she was a younger sister with the same mother, of Nobunaga and Nobukane, and that her mother was Dota-gozen.
  690. In view of the fact that most of persons of Chunagon (vice-councilor of state) and above at that time were Michinaga's relatives or his collaborators, Asatsune's appointment to Gon Chunagon (1023) and his promotion to Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) indicates that he was Kugyo who belonged to Michinaga group.
  691. In view of the fact that only Tamemitsu was confirmed as a person on whom a peerage was conferred during this period among descendants of MINAMOTO no Mitsuyoshi, it is presumed that he was active in Kyoto as a direct descendant of Mitsuyoshi.
  692. In view of the fact that the kagurabue is also called the yamatobue (literally, Japanese flute), fue are believed to have existed in Japan even before ryuteki and komabue were imported from the Asian Continent.
  693. In view of the fact that there were cases where a fixed amount was set for Myoga, the reality might be similar to the description of "Jikata hanreiroku" saying "Unjo and Myogaei are the same, (snip) you may use them interchangeably."
  694. In view of the fact that this book was compiled in "Zushoryo Text Ruiju Myogisho" (compiled in 1103 at the latest), it is considered that the book was written earlier than the above.
  695. In view of the facts that the former jail existed until recently and that ibushi-ro (smoke torture chamber) still exists today on the west side of the Imanishi-ke residence, it seems that so-doshiyori exercised police authority such as holding hold heinous criminals in custody as well.
  696. In view of the foregoing, it is said that shade-dried fish tastes better.
  697. In view of the history of tea ceremony, it is worthy of special mention that Omote-senke played a role in its penetration into town people since the times of Kakukakusai.
  698. In view of the past history, it is considered that the deed was already invalidated in 1146, but it is also considered that since Chikamori's daughter was a concubine of TAIRA no Shigemori, the deed was presented in an expectation of support from the Taira family.
  699. In view of the record in the Nihonshoki that Oku no himemiko became an Ise Saigu (an unmarried princess serving at Ise-jingu Shrine) and went to Ise in great numbers around that time, there is a possibility that Tochi no Himemiko accompanied the touring group.
  700. In view of the situation where Ochudo managed to survive by hiding themselves, however, it can be easily imagined that their history was supposed to be kept secret.
  701. In view of the soft earth below ground, it seems that this area used to be a marshland such as mud flat.
  702. In view of the spirit of the Constitution of Japan which places a great deal of importance on peace and culture, this very day was decided as Culture Day under the National Holidays Law (proclaimed and enforced in 1948).
  703. In view of the success in the canned coffee market in Japan, introduction of heating vending machines was attempted in the past, but there was a low level of interest in the market.
  704. In view of the time of importation into Japan, method of production and culture, it is thought that kuchikami-sake couldn't be the origin of Japanese sake, though both use rice as ingredient.
  705. In view of these circumstances, Ieyasu in Sunpu and Katsushige in Kyoto, keeping close contact with each other, worked out their proposal for the punishment of the court nobles.
  706. In view of these honorific titles, some say that he was installed as Crown Prince.
  707. In view of these records, it is considered that a political group called Wakoku representing Wa or Wajin were formed at that time.
  708. In view of this distinguished services, he was promoted up to Senior Second Rank Jibukyo (Minister of the Ministry of Civil Administration).
  709. In village society, the base of all the socio-economical factors was the land ownership situation.
  710. In villages under the murauke system (village-wide, collective responsibility system for tax payment), most conflicts such as tax delinquency were discussed and handled by the whole village instead of the Gonin-gumi.
  711. In volume 10 of the "Manyo-shu," some waka poems related to tanabata were compiled including a spring poem 2080 ("We can meet tonight since today is tanabata. From tommorow, however, we have to wait for an another year. A year is long").
  712. In volume 15 and volumes 19 to 48, i.e. in 868 and from January 871 to January 886, there are several omissions in the manuscript and the entire text has not been recorded.
  713. In volume 27 - 43 of "Konjaku Monogatari Shu" (The Tale of Times Now Past), there is 'Tale of TAIRA no Suetake, who is a vassal of Yorimitsu, meeting ubume (women immediately after giving birth).'
  714. In volume 7 he described that everything was based on Dori and that the way to reform society should be implemented by Dori.
  715. In volume two, Nagako alternates between the past and the present describing sentiments of cherishing the memory of Emperor Horikawa.
  716. In waka and haiku
  717. In war chronicles "Heike Monogatari" and "Genpei Seisui ki," confrontations between Yoshitsune and Kagetoki such as the 'Sakaro Argument' were written in detail.
  718. In wartime, as the vanguard of a hatamoto troop, oban with various ashigaru-gumi (the teams of the lowest-rank samurai) served as cavalry for defense against an attack by the enemy.
  719. In wartime, it is hard to tell whether it is true.
  720. In wartime, since it was suited for air defense exercises for the home front, women were forced to put on monpe (women's work pants), which were a kind of yamabakama.
  721. In wasan, construction problems were scarcely dealt with, not to mention Euclidean axiomatic geometry, which was entirely outside their interest.
  722. In weather observations, kosa is classified as smog or dust haze.
  723. In western Japan where kinpaku butsudans (Buddhist altar heavily lacquered using gold-leaf or gold lacquering) are common, warosoku is preferred because the carbon content in its smoke is lower than that of western candles and therefore warosoku is less likely to stain the gold leaf.
  724. In western Japan, a familiar name 'kotsubu' referred to mameitagin (name of a small round-type of silver coin in the Edo period), but in eastern Japan it referred to small rectangular gold coin.
  725. In western Japan, inarizushi with ingredients like sesame (also called 'gomoku-inari') are prevalent.
  726. In western Japan, including the Tokai region, the result showed that the number of people who called it 'tenkasu' exceeded the national average, while in the Kanoto, Koshinetsu, and Hokkaido region, the number of people who called it 'age-dama' are higher than the national average.
  727. In western Japan, it is usual to call it 'oinari-san', and it is called 'age-zushi' in some cases.
  728. In western Japan, it may also be called Hokake of hassaku (August 1 on lunar calendar).
  729. In western Japan, koikuchi soy-sauce is used for sashimi (tamari soy-sauce is also used for it), and usukuchi soy-sauce is used for boiled food and soup; the way of using separate soy-sauces is similar to that of the Tokai region.
  730. In western Japan, soup broth is mainly made from broth prepared by using Konbu (a kind of kelp used for broth) and boiled-dried fish, which is seasoned with light-colored soy sauce.
  731. In western Japan, the term Shoya was the commonly used name, and Nanushi was the commonly used name in eastern Japan.
  732. In western Japan, trade was actively conducted with activities extended to Korea and China as well (wako (Japanese pirates)).
  733. In western Japan, whose climate is warm and mild, the use of Irori fireplace in summer is not encouraged, and an Irori fireplace and a kamado have been used differently since the old days.
  734. In western Japan, you should write "満中陰志" on the front side of the koden-gaeshi and decorate it with yellow and white mizuhiki.
  735. In western Sanuki, the Kagawa clan, which was shugodai, opposed in cooperation with the Mori clan, the Miyoshi clan at first, but after the Zentsuji War, entered under control of the Miyoshi clan.
  736. In what follows, explanations are offered concerning a fudamiya (a narrowly defined kamidana).
  737. In what it is called the Daigo-Genji clan (Minamoto clan), especially the originator of Momozono family, Prince Yasumitsu, and the originator of the Biwa family, Prince Nobumitsu became very successful.
  738. In what was at once a preventative and punitive measure as well as an effort by the Shogun to clean up Edo, the seat of his power, the homeless who were deemed potential criminals were rounded up and sent to the Sado gold mine on Sadoga-shima Island and put to work as laborers there.
  739. In what way has this been done.'
  740. In what were then the surroundings of the "Seikakan" detached residence today can be found the Saga Shakado Seiryo-ji Temple.
  741. In whatever application, it is vital to utilize the unique aroma and original "whiteness" of yamaimo yams.
  742. In whole, peeling off and fading of pigment is noticeable, but they are very precious as big pieces of Buddhist painting in the early Heian period, ninth century, for which the number of existing relics is small.
  743. In windy areas, however, in order to make the rice plant not as prone to falling, sakamai varieties with shorter stems and ears were developed through selective breeding, one after another (see 'Sakamai developed by the municipality').
  744. In wine production in the Joetsu region, there has been a tradition of Japanese wine since the Meiji period, inheriting achievements of Zenbei KAWAKAMI who is also called 'the father of Japanese grape for wine.'
  745. In winter civil officers wore sokutai without hanbi.
  746. In winter, 'Nanto City Toga Soba Festival' is organized.
  747. In winter, 1190, Tomomasa accompanied Yoritomo to Kyoto, and on December 10, he headed a procession when Yoritomo visited Iwashimizu Hachiman-gu Shrine.
  748. In winter, 812, he headed to Takaosan-dera Temple with his disciples, Taihan, Encho and Kojo, and he received kanjo (a special rite in Esoteric Buddhism) from Kukai.
  749. In winter, Emperor Kiritsubo dies.
  750. In winter, Emperor Reizei visits the Rokujo estate, and Genji is at the height of his prosperity.
  751. In winter, Genji takes the little girl from the Northern Hills to his residence in an act which is tantamount to kidnapping.
  752. In winter, amazake is often available at vending machines.
  753. In winter, they swirl like brisk snowflakes.
  754. In winter, tobari (a curtain) named kabeshiro (hangings used as a blind in a nobleman's residence) were hung inside misu.
  755. In winter, when nishime stays good for more days than in other seasons, it is usually prepared in a relatively large quantity, using a large pot.
  756. In witness of being a parishioner of a certain temple, each family became accustomed to install a household butsudan to worship every morning and evening and to invite a priest of its bodaiji temple to hold memorial services to commemorate anniversaries of their ancestors' death dates.
  757. In woodblock prints, various colors came to be represented due to the improvement of the technologies.
  758. In wooden scabbards (usually covered with cloth or leather) or leather scabbards, metal fittings are often used.
  759. In works such as "Gendai-jin" (lit. "Modern People") and "Seido no Kirisuto" (Christ in Bronze), he incorporated sharp social satire and made his presence felt.
  760. In world history, the first political entity to enfranchise women was the U.S. state of Wyoming.
  761. In writing, the official name of a street omits 'ri (り),' the declensional Kana ending of 'do-ri (通り),' or 'street.'
  762. In yamato-kotoba, words of Japanese origin, the Japanese reading "omitakara," which indicates "people who are great treasures of the country and should be cared for by an emperor," is given.
  763. In yellowish colors
  764. In yet another theory, it is argued that wearing makeup was not a queer habit but an established code that samurai should follow when going in to the battlefield (Yoshihiko SASAMA "Jidaikosho Nihon Kassen-zu Zuten" (Historical scrutiny: Illustrated dictionary of Japanese battle).
  765. In yin and yang of the twelve signs of the Chinese zodiac, counting begins with ne (子), and odd-numbers are regarded as yang whilst even-numbers are regarded as yin.
  766. In yin-yang philosophy, it is explained that the north and the west are regarded as yin, the east and the south as yang, and that northeast and southwest become unstable because they are the boundaries between yin and yang.
  767. In yose (vaudeville theaters), kodan is sometimes performed for several days.
  768. In yudate, with reverence toward the holiness and magical power of water and fire, after purification by abstaining from eating meat, the conductor of the ritual boils water, presents it to the gods, and at the same time sprinkles it over the attending people to pray for rebirth and purification of life and good health.
  769. In 九満崎御宮作ニ付すすめ日記 entered on November 7, 1610, it is written, 'Likewise (Rice) 1.8 liters, Togo Nagato no kami.'
  770. In's prediction comes true, and his grave is arranged and he comes to be revered as a spirit.
  771. In, 1919 Fukuoka died at 85 years old.
  772. In, who was the chief of the agency, was an official equivalent to Junior third court rank, and in many cases Imperial princes were appointed to the position and called Danjo no Miya.
  773. In-bottle secondary fermentation method
  774. In-house Seijin-shiki ceremony
  775. In-no-hyojo
  776. In-no-hyojo was an agreement presided by the retired emperor or cloistered emperor during his post-retirement government.
  777. In-vehicle ETC
  778. In1122, resigned Shuri no daibu
  779. In1391, he was expelled from Kyoto by enraged Yoshimitsu after usurping Yokota manor in Sendto ryo for Daijo Tnno (retired Emperor) in a sub province under control in Izumo Province.
  780. In1629, he was appointed as a Kanpaku and acted as Sessho (regent) later.
  781. In1695, Masachika went up to Kyoto, and became a disciple of Senyo, IKENOBO the 28th.
  782. In1708, he was engaged in building the Imperial Palace by order of the bakufu.
  783. In1769, he opened Eiseikan (Hall of Hygiene) in Osaka.
  784. In1769, the first Kyoka gathering was held on the premises of Kisshu KARAGOROMO.
  785. In1867, just before the Taisei Hokan (the transfer of power back to the Emperor), Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA attempted unsuccessfully to reestablish a connection with the Imperial Court through 230,000 koku of Imperial property.
  786. In1875, the Aikokusha (Society of Patriots) was formed nationwide by Itagaki but was soon disbanded as the party had financial issues and Itagaki returned to the position of Sangi (councillor) at the Osaka conference.
  787. In1882, he successively served as the naval captain of "Ryujyo (the First)," "Fuso (the First)," and "Hiei (a Corvette type)."
  788. In1882, he was promoted to Captain, and successively held the posts of the captain of Patrol boats 'Hiei' and 'Tsukuba.'
  789. In1884, when he was the captain of 'Tsukuba,' the ship went on ocean navigation.
  790. In1895 he succeeded the Miyake due to his father's death.
  791. In1903, she appeared in the first opera performance in Japan (she played the role of Euridice in "Orfeo ed Euridice.")
  792. In1935 he married Sachiko KITASHIRAKAWA, a daughter of Yoshikumi TOKUGAWA who followed the Owari-Tokugawa family.
  793. In1947 he seceded from the Imperial Family and announced his name as Michihisa KITASHIRAKAWA.
  794. Ina Prefecture: established on August 2 (old lunar calendar) in 1868. ->X
  795. Ina clan was one of those branched out from the Imperial family, starting from KAMITSUUEHA no Oji (Prince Kamitsuueha, also called HONO no Oji or Prince Fire), son of Emperor Senka, and had a foothold in Ina village of Kawabe County in the Settsu Province.
  796. Ina no Agata
  797. Ina no Agata first appeared in the Japanese history book "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), which is thought to have been completed during the Nara period.
  798. Ina no Agata was one of the early form of the local bureaucratic system in ancient Japan (Agata), which was placed in Hokusetsu (northern Settsu Province, the area covering now Suita City through Amagasaki City) during the Kofun period (tumulus period), the era of Yamato sovereignty.
  799. Ina no Agatanushi (District Chieftain)
  800. Ina's first name 磐鍬 also spells 石次 (Iwatsugi).
  801. Ina's kabane (hereditary title) was 'Ko.'
  802. Ina-cha and Akaishimei-cha (Nagano Prefecture)
  803. Inaba Jinbei Gin: board-like piece of silver hallmarked with '甚兵衛' (Jinbei [informal summer clothes for men]), and 30 to 36 percent purity.
  804. Inaba Misawa clan
  805. Inaba Province
  806. Inaba Province: Tottori Domain
  807. Inaba Sodo (Inaba Riot)
  808. Inaba inquired this matter of the lord of the Marugame domain Takatoyo KYOGOKU by sending a letter to him, and he got a response from him that said, "I have known the person called Hyobu ROKKAKU."
  809. Inaba no Kokushi no Gean Shihai Kana Shosoku (letter written in kana with the back side of the paper used for a draft letter written by a kokushi [official] in Inaba Province)
  810. Inaba no Shiro Usagi (The hare of Inaba)
  811. Inaba no Shiro Usagi is one of Izumo mythologies.
  812. Inaba no kuni no miyatsuko - The Ifukube clan, a family of the priest of the Ube-jinja Shrine, took the name of Inaba no Kuni no miyatsuko; but the Inaba clan (Inaba no kuni no miyatsuko clan) was the real kuni no miyatsuko and the Ifukube clan was a branch family of the Inaba clan.
  813. Inaba no shirousagi
  814. Inaba's sweet flag tug of war in Inaba (January 8, 1987)
  815. Inaba-do hall assumed this role and became worshipped at by the townspeople.
  816. Inabanokuni no Miyatsuko Kiyonari no Musume
  817. Inabanokuni no Miyatsuko Kiyonari no Musume (born unknown and passed away on October 15, 796) was a person from the Nara period to the Heian period.
  818. Inabata waraku an in Kyoto City.
  819. Inabayama Kofun Tumulus
  820. Inabayama Temporary Station was established.
  821. Inabayama and Kamese Temporary Stations were abolished.
  822. Inabayashiki Tsujibansho no ba
  823. Inabi no Oiratsume described in Kojiki and Nihonshoki is regarded as the same person as "Inami no Wakiiratsume" described in the sections of Kako no kori and Inami no kori in "Harimanokuni Fudoki."
  824. Inada's damage caused by this incident was 2 suicides, 15 instant deaths, 6 serious injuries and 14 minor injuries.
  825. Inadani sansai (wild vegetables of Inadani) kamameshi
  826. Inadequate handling could cause unevenness in colors or thickness.
  827. Inadera Station began operating.
  828. Inagaki passed away on May 21, 1980.
  829. Inagaki resumed making films very soon after the war ended with his 1945 'Saigo no joi to' (The Final 'Expel the Foreigners' Group), and in 1947 directed the period drama that is now recognized as the finest film produced by To-Yoko Eiga (today's Toei Company, Ltd.): 'Kokoro tsuki no gotoku' (A Heart Like the Moon).
  830. Inagaki worked as assistant director on the 1925 film 'Nichirin' (The Sun), starring his father Jiro and directed by Ito.
  831. Inagashi (the flight style of shooting in which the target is removed)
  832. Inagawa senyu-zu (boating in Inagawa River) (private collection), Important Cultural Property
  833. Inagawa signal station: Discontinued in 1918 between Itami and Kita-Itami (about 7.3 km)
  834. Inagawa, Kizugawa (Ina-gawa River and Kizu-gawa River)
  835. Inahi no Mikoto
  836. Inahi no mikoto was a member of Japanese Imperial family, who appears in the Japanese Mythology.
  837. Inaka jiruko
  838. Inaka-soba (country style buckwheat noodles)
  839. Inaka-soba has pronounced buckwheat scent and is eaten with a very small amount of sauce.
  840. Iname answered 'considering that all the western countries admire the Buddha statue, it is not possible for Japan to be an exception.'
  841. Iname changed his residence into a temple and worshipped the Buddha statue.
  842. Iname exercised his excellent ability on financial matters and ordered O Shinni to count and record the number of materials for vessels.
  843. Iname installed the Buddha statue in Oharida Palace and worshiped it everyday.
  844. Iname was appointed as a minister in 536.
  845. Iname's three daughters were married with the emperor.
  846. Inamura Kubo (Inamura Gosho)
  847. Inamura Kubo died out because Mitsusada committed suicide in the Eikyo War in 1438.
  848. Inamura Kubo was established when Mitsukane ASHIKAGA, the third Kamakura Kubo, sent his younger brother, Mitsusada ASHIKAGA, to Inamura in Iwase County in Mutsu Province for governing the Oshu region.
  849. Inanagido- A hall where Standing statue of Bato Kannon (Horse-headed Kannon) (important cultural property) is enshrined.
  850. Inaniwa Udon
  851. Inaniwa Udon is a little thicker than Hiyamugi.
  852. Inaniwa Udon, dried Udon noodles in Akita Prefecture, is made by the hand-stretching method.
  853. Inaniwa somen: Inaniwa-cho, Yuzawa City, Akita Prefecture.
  854. Inari (God of Harvest): day of the Horse
  855. Inari Gosha Daimyojin Shrine
  856. Inari Station
  857. Inari Station (on the Nara Line of the West Japan Railway Company (JR West)) is an approximately three-minute walk in the north-northeast direction from this station.
  858. Inari Station (on the Nara Line operated by JR West): About five minutes on foot (nearer from Fukakusa Station)
  859. Inari Station - JR-Fujinomori Station - Momoyama Station
  860. Inari Station is the nearest station in order to go and worship at Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine, and the station, aware of the circumstances, has some of its pillars painted vermilion.
  861. Inari Station was opened.
  862. Inari Station, located in the Fushimi ward of Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, is a stop on the Nara Line of West Japan Railway Company (JR West).
  863. Inari zushi (fried tofu stuffed with vinegared rice) is turned upside down and topped with sliced eel kabayaki.
  864. Inari-gi otoshi is a drainage ditch built around 1850, which flows into the Naka-gawa River.
  865. Inari-jinja Shrine
  866. Inari-jinja Shrine (Uganomitama no mikoto)
  867. Inari-jinja Shrine (enshrined deity: Ukanomitama no mikoto)
  868. Inari-sha Shrine
  869. Inari-sha Shrine: The date of construction is unknown.
  870. Inari-style Torii (a type of Shinto shrine archway) and multiple torii that are elected along the approach also expressed a sense of gratitude and prayer for good rice harvest.
  871. Inari-taisha-mae (in front of Inari Taisha Shrine)
  872. Inari-zushi (fried tofu stuffed with vinegared rice)
  873. Inari-zushi existed in Nagoya long before, and was called Inari-zushi or Shinoda-zushi.'
  874. Inari-zushi was sold at shops before the Tenpo era, and its price was the lowest.
  875. Inaridai No.1 Tumulus is a round burial mound whose diameter is about 28 meters and one of the Inaridai Kofun Cluster which consists of twelve burial mounds located on the height of the northern shore of the lower Yoro-gawa River in Ichihara City, Chiba Prefecture.
  876. Inarikio-jinja Shrine (Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo Metropolis)
  877. Inariyama Tunnel
  878. Inarizuka-kofun Tumulus
  879. Inarizuka-kofun Tumulus: Mogusa, Tama City, Tokyo Prefecture; the first half of the seventh century
  880. Inarizushi
  881. Inarizushi is a kind of sushi made of aburaage (deep-fried tofu) stuffed with rice.
  882. Inarizushi of various areas
  883. Inashu
  884. Inatomi family
  885. Inatomi gun: It refers to guns made on the basis of specifications provided by Sukenao INATOMI.
  886. Inauguration
  887. Inauguration as Shogun
  888. Inauguration of shodo-kai (an association for calligraphy)
  889. Inauguration of the Kenpei police system
  890. Inauguration of the New Government
  891. Inazawa (Inazawa, Kodamamachi, Honjo City, Saitama Prefecture), which his son used as the surname, was a place in Kawachi no sho manor (Kawachi, Kodamamachi, Honjo City, Saitama Prefecture) and it was located in a northerly direction along the mountain from the center of the manor.
  892. Inazo NITOBE (1862 - 1933) was a Christian educator.
  893. Inazo NITOBE publicly questioned its accuracy.
  894. Inazuma (thunderbolt; a bolt of lightning):
  895. Inba Prefecture: established on August 8 (old lunar calendar) in 1868.
  896. Inba kori, Shimousa Province.
  897. Inba no kuni no miyatsuko (also known as Inbakokuzo) was a kuni no miyatsuko that ruled the middle part of Kazusa Province.
  898. Inba no kuni no miyatsuko (regional governor in ancient Japan)
  899. Inbanjo (印判状)
  900. Inbi-cha, Tsue-cha, etc. (Oita Prefecture).
  901. Inbound (from Kyoto to Kinosakionsen): Three trains (nos. 1, 3 and 5)
  902. Inbound lane
  903. Inbound lane (toward Kyoto Minami Interchange, Kyoto Higashi Interchange, Otsu Interchange and Maibara Junction)
  904. Inbound train: Limited Express 'Tanba' No. 2 and No. 4, 'Hashidate' No. 2, 'Maizuru' No. 2
  905. Incandescent Gas Light
  906. Incandescent gas lights were considerably used before the tungsten bulb became prevalent.
  907. Incantation and Dance
  908. Incantation coin theory
  909. Incapable of retaliating against Nobunaga, Yoshiaki was forced to accept the Articles.
  910. Incense burner
  911. Incense burner with Lotus flower style: An incense burner of old Kiyomizu ware in the shape of a lotus flower.
  912. Incense burning
  913. Incense burning is an example of Geido (art), aimed at enjoying incense while meditating in a quiet world away from the pressures of daily life, and to appreciate the fragrance rising from Koboku (fragrant wood) burned ("taku" in Japanese) according to traditional rituals.
  914. Incense burning schools
  915. Incense is not used.
  916. Incense is put in Kogo before making up tea, in order to burn incense in a hearth and so on when boiling water.
  917. Incense numbered 1, 2, 3 and 5 indicates court ladies standing with Ayame-no-mae (No. 4) in front of Yorimasa.
  918. Incensed that the foods were filthy, Tsukuyomi slew Ukemochi.
  919. Incest with his own child
  920. Incest with his own mother
  921. Incestuous affair is the theme in "Yotsuya Kaidan" (Yotsuya Ghost Stories) and 'Yohanasake Ukinano Yokogushi' ("Yohanasake Ukinano Yokogushi").
  922. Incho (Hoin, the highest rank among Buddhist priests)
  923. Inchu Hassen-zu (Eight Drinking Hermits) (Kyoto National Museum) Important Cultural Property
  924. Incident
  925. Incident of fall
  926. Incidental to the Order of the Golden Kite is the grade of the award, which shows the degree of meritorious service rendered by the soldier receiving it.
  927. Incidental to the execution of city planning for grade separation involving the Keihan Line in 1972, the work of taking it underground commenced in 1979.
  928. Incidentally, "Haisei" was named by Shiki MASAOKA.
  929. Incidentally, "Jinshin" is the astrological term for the year 1872, and "kensa" means "investigation" in the modern Japanese language.
  930. Incidentally, "Kaeshi" means the part in a program where the scene is changed with the lights on and with the draw curtain kept open, and "Kiri" means the part of a climax in a program before the curtain is drawn.
  931. Incidentally, "Tsukai Sankei-ki" (Records of Buddhist Monk Tukai's Pilgrimage) reads that it was Izanagi and Izanami who made a promise to Dairokuten Mao.
  932. Incidentally, 'Aritsune TOKUDAIJI,' the pen name of an automotive critic, has nothing to do with the House of Tokudaiji described on this page.
  933. Incidentally, 'Fumyoden' has a second floor, but currently it isn't used.
  934. Incidentally, 'Kankan no' was a popular tune from the Edo period to the Meiji period, and 'Hokaibushi' was the tune that Freedom and People's Rights Movement's desperadoes and others in the Meiji period sang to accompany their gekkin.
  935. Incidentally, 'Kengyo' was the highest-ranking title given by 'Todo-za,' a guild organized by blind musicians at the time.
  936. Incidentally, 'Kisshoin Shima Donoura' has become so tiny an area that it is not shown on general maps since land readjustments were carried out therein.
  937. Incidentally, 'Shoten' is often pronounced 'Shoden.'
  938. Incidentally, 'Uchoten' means the heaven on the top of Twenty-five forms of existence.
  939. Incidentally, 'arabushi' is, in the list of product contents, expressed as 'katsuo-fushi' with the country origin shown next, and it's used as the material of 'katsuo kezuribushi' (high-quality shaved pieces of katsuobushi).
  940. Incidentally, 'long-term brewing' doesn't always mean high quality as deterioration proceeds also during the brewing period.
  941. Incidentally, 'the concise encyclopedia of Buddhist rituals,' issued by the Aki (Hiroshima) diocese branch of Hongan-ji school, says as follows:
  942. Incidentally, 'zuino' refers to 'the documents that described the essential part of waka,' and it is a noun to refer to the treatise on waka poetry.
  943. Incidentally, 17 departures for the front in the Kanto region by Kenshin were all vain efforts, which proved his strong sense of duty.
  944. Incidentally, 17 people of the Kira family were killed, including Heihachiro KOBAYASHI, Ichigaku SHIMIZU, Yashichiro SHINKAI, Riemon TORII, Yoichiemon SUDO and Genpachiro SODA (according to another account, 16 people were killed).
  945. Incidentally, 90-to-150 meter keyhole-shaped tomb mounds have been constructed around them.
  946. Incidentally, Akana delivered Kikuso (Kikuko) while sailing on July 2.
  947. Incidentally, Amenosakahoko which Ryoma pulled out was later broken by a volcanic eruption and one which exists now is a replica.
  948. Incidentally, April 25 is the death day of Riemon SOGA, the "founder of business."
  949. Incidentally, Araki's daughter married Hideteru, grandchild of Yoriteru KAJIKAWA, who was known to have stopped Naganori ASANO during the sword fight in the castle, and due to this relationship, Araki's third son Masamichi changed his name to Uehide (上秀) KAJIKAWA, and was adopted to the Kajikawa family.
  950. Incidentally, Ariyoshi KARAHASHI (Jushiinojo - Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade), Shikibusho (Minister of Ceremonies), Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) posthumously conferred) (1041 - 1121), who was the patriarch of the Karahashi family, was the younger brother of Koretusna TAKATSUJI.
  951. Incidentally, Chikafusa KITABATAKE (a Court noble of the Northern and Southern Dynasties) has concluded in his work "Jinno Shotoki" (A Chronicle of Gods and Sovereigns) that Amenosakahoko is placed in Hozan (which refers to Mt. Katsuragi in Nara Prefecture), that is, Onogoro Island.
  952. Incidentally, Daiun-in Temple is also Nobutada ODA's family temple.
  953. Incidentally, Emperor Kokaku's Empress was Imperial Princess Kinshi (Yoshiko) who was Emperor Gomomozono's princess.
  954. Incidentally, Fuyuhiro's father, Fuyumoto DAIGO, was the second son of Akiyoshi ICHIJO who was the ninth Imperial Prince of Emperor Goyozei (Kobetsu [clans branched out from the Imerial family] Sekke [line of regents and advisers]).
  955. Incidentally, Genzaburo INOUE, a ranking officer of the Shinsengumi since its foundation, was killed during the intense battle.
  956. Incidentally, Hachibukishu include Kendatsuba, Bishaja, Kuhanda, Heireita, Naga, Futanna, Yasha and Rasetsu (Rakshasa).
  957. Incidentally, Hideaki KOBAYAKAWA, who went over to the East squad, and Nagafusa MIYABE were ordered to capture Sawayama-jo Castle.
  958. Incidentally, Hidetsugu himself liked Kyujutsu and tried Toshiya.
  959. Incidentally, Hidetsugu's Kubi-zuka (burial mound for heads) and Nisshu's graveyard are in Zensho-ji Temple (Kyoto City).
  960. Incidentally, Hideyoshi, the winner of the battle, built Yamazaki-jo Castle (also known as Hoshakuji-jo Castle or Hoji-jo Castle) there in the end of the same year, where he was based until his transfer to Osaka-jo Castle the next year.
  961. Incidentally, Hisamitsu submitted a written statement concerning Kobu-gattai to Tadafusa KONOE on May 14, prior to the Teradaya incident, and received an Imperial order to pacify masterless samurai.
  962. Incidentally, Honno-ji Temple at the time was used as an exclusive guesthouse for Nobunaga and thus the monks were temporarily removed; with only about one hundred men on the premises of the vast temple, Honno-ji Temple was nearly deserted.
  963. Incidentally, Ilya MECHNIKOV, a medical scientist, was Lev's younger brother.
  964. Incidentally, Itaria Bunka-kaikan Kyoto (Instituto Italiano di Cultura Kyoto), which is also located in Kyoto, is managed by the Foreign Ministry of Italy.
  965. Incidentally, Kaio RYUKI, the second head priest of Sogen-ji Temple (current Owaki, Toyoake City) who served as the daidoshi (great guide) in the memorial service for the war dead of the Battle of Okehazama such as Yoshimoto IMAGAWA, was Katsutoki NAKAYAMA's uncle or grand uncle.
  966. Incidentally, Kaishu's seal was made by Kendo.
  967. Incidentally, Kani is the court rank that is completely different from Kanshoku.
  968. Incidentally, Kanjuro ARASHI starred in as many as 40 movies named "Kurama Tengu," which were released during the period from 1927 to 1956.
  969. Incidentally, Kofuku-ji Temple and Kasuga-taisha Shrine had another custom, which was implemented when their manor was disseized by others, or their "nengu" (land tax) was unpaid or embezzled.
  970. Incidentally, Kyoto City demanded that Keihan Bus run circulating buses, and in 2002 the decision was made to do so.
  971. Incidentally, MINAMOTO no Hikohito was called YOTSUTSUJI no Hikohito in Masukagami.
  972. Incidentally, MINAMOTO no Mitsuyuki and Chikayuki, the parent and child who were literati statesmen, poets, and scholars of the Tale of Genji in the early Kamakura period, were also the descendants of Yoshitada and thrived as literati.
  973. Incidentally, Makoto TAKEMITSU has a theory that "Emishi" was originally a word to describe a "warrior."
  974. Incidentally, Matajiro (Yasunaga) IROBE, who appears as a vassal in the story Chushingura (The treasury of Loyal Retainers), and Nagato IROBE, who served as a Karo (chief retainer) during the Boshin Civil War and died in battle in Niigata, were the descendants of Nagazane.
  975. Incidentally, Mikohimegimi, who was the seventh daughter of TAIRA no Kiyomori and became a consort of Emperor Goshirakawa, is said to be a child between Kiyomori when he was Aki no kami and Naishi of Itsukushimajinja shrine.
  976. Incidentally, Mineo KAIHO (1943 -) insists that the Ando clan, the Gozoku (local ruling family) in the Tsugaru region in the Medieval period, were ranked at a position equal to a chief of the Fushu.
  977. Incidentally, Morogami was conferred the family name of Oe only after SUGAWARA no Manaka and HAJI no Sugamaro, who both belonged to the same clan as Morogami, were conferred Oe no Ason at once, when HAJI no Maimo, the real mother of TAKANO no Niigasa, was raised to Shoichii (Senior First Rank) after her death.
  978. Incidentally, Naokatsu NAGAI who actively worked as a retainer of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA in the Sengoku period (the period of warring states) was a descendent of Tadamune OSADA, and it is said that he changed his surname to NAGAI on the order of Ieyasu who hated his original surname, OSADA.
  979. Incidentally, Nonomiya was built with black wood (timber with a bark).
  980. Incidentally, On the north side of the pass is Hanase-bessho-cho, on the south side is Kurama-honmachi.
  981. Incidentally, Rikyu's second wife Soon was a good assistant and understood him very well, being familiar with the tea ceremony and changing the shape of Fukusa (napkin) into what it is today.
  982. Incidentally, Rokusai-nichi refers to the Sabbath when laymen were required to obey Hassai-kai (eight precepts, or the Eight Commandments), which took place six days a month: 8th, 14th, 15th, 23th, 29th, and 30th days of the month.
  983. Incidentally, Ryukichi (竪吉), the former head of the Senda family, is the eleventh.
  984. Incidentally, Sadaaki HOJO, who took over the position of shogunal regent after his elder brother, resigned after just 10 days because Yasuie put pressure on Sadaaki.
  985. Incidentally, Sadachika NAKAYAMA described in his book "Sakkai-ki" the following historical event when asked by the retired Emperor Gokomatsu to look for the precedents of Yomei no suke:
  986. Incidentally, Saigu serving Kami avoids impurity.
  987. Incidentally, Sanenori SONODA, father of Torataro's wife Nobu (mother of Nobuko, Takateru and Kichinosuke), was an old brother of Hikoshichi TAKE who was a great grandfather of Yutaka TAKE and Koshiro TAKE, that is, they are distant relatives.
  988. Incidentally, Sanesuke also died young.
  989. Incidentally, Seiwadai (Seiwadai branch of Hankyu Bus Co., Ltd. etc.), a new town in Kawanishi City, Hyogo Prefecture, is presumably named after Seiwa-Genji.
  990. Incidentally, Shokado Shojo's name is famous for the Shokado bento (a thirty-centimeter-square lacquered box divided into four equal compartments containing an entire kaiseki ryori meal).
  991. Incidentally, Soseki NATSUME's "Gubijinso" (The Poppy) was serialized between these works.
  992. Incidentally, South Manchuria Railways may be included in the zaibatsu due to the fact that it also promoted the diversification of its business.
  993. Incidentally, Sukechika ITO is also known as the grandfather of the Soga brothers (they avenged their father) and Yoshimura MIURA.
  994. Incidentally, Tokimasa had the second wife, Maki no kata (Lady Maki).
  995. Incidentally, Torajiro married Nobu, a daughter of Sanenori SONODA who was the brother of Yutaka TAKE and Koshiro TAKE's great-grandfather, so they were distantly related.
  996. Incidentally, Tosa-bushi and Satsuma-bushi were generally applied to the katsuobushi produced in the provinces of Tosa and Satsuma, respectively.
  997. Incidentally, Tosen-ji Temple is said to have existed near former Shingu-jo Castle, and now, the statues of Amitabha Tathagata, Healing Buddha and others, to which Torii zenni is said to have dedicated her prayers, are enshrined in the temple.
  998. Incidentally, Toyobu TAKEDA's son Ujinobu of the main family survived, moved to a neighboring village after the fall of Chonan-jo Castle while being protected by vassals and settled there as goshi (country samurai).
  999. Incidentally, Tsuru continued to look after Masae after she was divorced from Shuhei.
  1000. Incidentally, Yamashina Station has passing tracks (which have no platform) running alongside its operating tracks according to the following arrangement: Track 1 runs alongside Platform 1, which serves Track 2; and Track 6 runs alongside Platform 4, which serves Track 5.

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