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  1. Incidentally, Yasumoto had adopted children (Yasutsune and Yasutoshi WAKIZAKA) before he adopted Yasumasa, but both of them died young.
  2. Incidentally, Yasuori also became a member of shogun's council of elders.
  3. Incidentally, Yorinori (also called Mitsutsugu AKECHI), who is considered to be the grandfather of Mitsuhide AKECHI, was the elder brother of Yoriaki.
  4. Incidentally, Yorozuhatatoyoakitsushi Hime (along with Amaterasu) was one of the three gods of the Naiku (the Inner Shrine) in Ise-jingu Shrine, which names her as a high-ranking god that cannot have been a mere wife of another god's son.
  5. Incidentally, Yukichi applied for a loan from Kaishu KATSU and was refused.
  6. Incidentally, Zenchiku KONPARU's book on the theory of Nohgaku, "Meishuku-shu" which was discovered in 1964, includes some discussions of Okina.
  7. Incidentally, a Retired Emperor or a Cloistered Retired Emperor (so-called 'Chiten no kimi') who pulled the strings behind the scenes also used the kuzen for issuing an order to the Daijokan.
  8. Incidentally, a description stating 'only undergraduates are allowed to enter the dormitory' is seen in the regulation for the student dormitory of Kyoto University (article 3 of the regulation for the student dormitory).
  9. Incidentally, a few of Hidetsugu's wives and children were saved, however.
  10. Incidentally, a few theories insist that the Emishi were Tungus, the northern people.
  11. Incidentally, a long lance used by Takenori is kept at the Nagahama Castle Historical Museum in Nagahama City, Shiga Prefecture.
  12. Incidentally, a lotus flower motif should not be printed on envelopes.
  13. Incidentally, a monk, who hailed from Kyushu and was his colleague in the theatrical group at that time, was the grandfather of cartoonist Yoshinori KOBAYASHI.
  14. Incidentally, a ri (a unit of distance) of the Wei-Jin period is believed to equal 300 bu, or 76 meters.
  15. Incidentally, a story has been handed down that there had been a grave of a Shinsengumi member named 'Ogata' together with a grave of Kijiro MATSUMOTO in Shofuku-ji Temple in Miyo of Aizu, which is not certain.
  16. Incidentally, a temporary intermediate station built in 1992 by the Keifuku Electric Railroad Co., Ltd., is Jinai Ground-mae Station on the Mikuni-awara Line, currently operated by the Echizen Railway.
  17. Incidentally, a triangle-shaped cloth which children tied to their foreheads instead of the eboshi to imitate adults during their play in the Heian period, was added to the shroud costume in later ages to dignify the dead.
  18. Incidentally, according to "Gangoji-engi", there was an inscription on the halo of the sixteen-shaku (around 4.85m) high statue, which said the statue was "reverently begun" in 605 and finished in 609.
  19. Incidentally, according to one section of Nihonshoki the name 'Hikohohodemi' is considered to be Emperor Jinmu's name.
  20. Incidentally, according to the entry dated on August 29, 1180, 'Buei (MINAMOTO no Yoritomo) went to Ryoshima, Heihoku District, Awa Province by ship taking Sanehira with him.'
  21. Incidentally, according to the manga comic "Kamui Den" (The Legend of Kamui) written by Sanpei SHIRATO, a merchant character Yumeya launched it with the name 'Yatarazuke' and acquired a reputation.
  22. Incidentally, after Tsunenori, the eldest son, was adopted by the Uesugi family, his heir was Saburo, the second son, but he died young on September 28, 1685.
  23. Incidentally, after the extinction of the Ashina clan, the Hariu family which was a branch of the Ashina family served the Date clan, and in 1676, had their family name changed to Ashina under orders of Tsunamura DATE, the lord of Sendai Domain.
  24. Incidentally, all trains stop at the JR Joyo Station, but trains other than local trains make practically no stops at this Terada Station (semi-express trains make stops at the same stations as local trains in this zone).
  25. Incidentally, although few in number, there are establishments that provide hand-made hiyamugi noodles.
  26. Incidentally, although in costume dramas, kimono of the common people are stock examples with black collars, this fashion came from the last days of the Tokugawa Shogunate, thus it is strange that this fashion appears in the TV drama 'Mitokomon' where time is depicted as the Genroku era.
  27. Incidentally, although its copy is said to exist somewhere, the 'Tokado Bunko Library' of the Ichijo family is now lost.
  28. Incidentally, although there used to be Gaiefu, its jobs were distributed to (Left and Right) Konoefu when they were established.
  29. Incidentally, among cultural properties other than architectures, only bonsho (Important Cultural Property, common name is 'a bell which had dragged by Benkei') of Nara period is exhibited to the public.
  30. Incidentally, among the earlier-mentioned barazushi in Okayama, there is also a type with ingredients mixed in rice in some areas.
  31. Incidentally, among the public opinions for a station name gathered in February 2007, 'Nishioji' counted for 41% and 'Nishioji-oike' 16%.
  32. Incidentally, an electronics retail store 'EIDEN Co., Ltd.' (whose head office is in Nagoya City) is originated from the former company name 'Eidensha,' but it has nothing to do with the Eizan Electric Railway.
  33. Incidentally, an imperial decree was usually issued to appoint an Ichinokami however if a Sadaijin resigned from ichinokami by taking the position of Sessho Kanpaku, the Sadaijin occasionally appointed their successor.
  34. Incidentally, as 'Gishiwajinden' is a description of Wakoku, which is the name of Japan used by ancient China, and the people of Wakoku, it is highly possible that the article was about a country that once existed in the Japanese islands.
  35. Incidentally, as an honorary post earmarked for military families, the post was filled by successive Taisho (generals) hailing from the Minamoto clan.
  36. Incidentally, at Kibuneguchi Station and Yase-Hieizanguchi Station, staff are stationed during the tourist season, while at some other stations staff are stationed only at limited times.
  37. Incidentally, at Matsui Bunko in Yatsushiro-City, there exist five letters to Okinaga MATSUI from Tadataka before and after the Battle of Sekigahara.
  38. Incidentally, based on the national average from the survey conducted by Japan Family Crest Research Institute, family crest designs can be listed from the most commonly used to the least commonly used as: katabami, mokko, takanoha, kashiwa, fuji, kiri, tsuta, ume (Japanese plum), tachibana, then meyui (kanoko (dappled pattern)).
  39. Incidentally, before the modern times the word zaibatsu was also used for areas in which many wealthy merchants had been born.
  40. Incidentally, before the war council, Nagahide and Nobutaka drove Mitsuhide's son-in-law Nobusumi TSUDA, who had been rumored to have in collusion with Mitsuhide, into jijin.
  41. Incidentally, bonsai with trunks and branches growing downwards below the rim of the pot are called Kengai style bonsai and those with the trunks and branches at about the level of the rim of the pot are called Han Kengai (semi-cascade) style bonsai.
  42. Incidentally, both Kanto-style and Kansai-style eel restaurants existed side by side in Edo around 1800.
  43. Incidentally, both inbound and outbound trains variously connect at Katsura Station during the above time periods, and consequently passengers have to change trains but can take limited express trains.
  44. Incidentally, both the Kokatsu (MIMASUYA) family and the Sanpei (HAYASHIYA) family belong to the Katsura BUNRAKU (the 8th) family.
  45. Incidentally, bunen-chu was invented by Japanese.
  46. Incidentally, contemporary Nohgaku-shi (Noh actors) call it 'Okina' (the elder or an old man) or 'Kamiuta' (a song for god) (during su-utai, which is the chanting of a Noh text without music or dance).
  47. Incidentally, different schools use different type of kusarigama (a chain and sickle) in shape, length and the position of the chain attached to the neck of the handle, therefore, it is rare to find exactly the same type at an antique shop.
  48. Incidentally, due to the inefficiency caused by an overlap between the projects and concern over the maintenance of the observation stations under the restrained local budgets, the nationwide meteorological offices were nationalized on November 1, 1939.
  49. Incidentally, eel blood contains a poison called ichthyotoxin, and therefore it cannot be eaten raw.
  50. Incidentally, eels are eaten on the midsummer day of the ox or in order to prevent exhaustion from the summer heat.
  51. Incidentally, even before the railway operations were ended, Kaya Railway Co., Ltd. (the company that ran the railway) entered not only the route bus business, but also - uniquely for a railway company - the business of automobile maintenance and repair and the business of construction.
  52. Incidentally, except for Chojiro, Donyu, who took the name "Kichibe", was the only leader who did not take the name Kichizaemon.
  53. Incidentally, hakozen or meimeizen (individual box-shaped tables) had been generally used as dining tables from the Edo to the Meiji period before the chabudai was developed.
  54. Incidentally, having no reserve rolling stock, the KERS 9000 is replaced by the KERS 6000 or KERS 7200 when it can't be used for whatever reason, such as when it's being inspected at the stock yard.
  55. Incidentally, he had come from Kyoto to Edo-jo Castle and was present during the Ako Incident, which was an act of bloodshed caused by Naganori ASANO, the lord of Ako in Harima Province, who served as an attendant at a reception for the shogun.
  56. Incidentally, he is also famous for having used the Fu-Rin-Ka-Zan (as fast as the wind, as quiet as the forest, as daring as fire, and as immovable as the mountain) banner prior to Shingen TAKEDA.
  57. Incidentally, he was on good terms with Konan NAITO, who also came from the Morioka Domain, while Kurakichi SHIRATORI was one of his students when he worked as a teacher at junior high schools.
  58. Incidentally, he was supposedly not profound in lectures or the hymns.
  59. Incidentally, her real sister was Sanjo no kata, Shingen TAKEDA's formal wife.
  60. Incidentally, his descendants include the former prime minister (Fumimaro KONOE and Morihiro HOSOKAWA).
  61. Incidentally, his hair was very thin.
  62. Incidentally, his name is exceptionally long among the people in the history of Japan.
  63. Incidentally, his name was conventionally pronounced 'Yoshinaka,' but now it is considered 'Yoshihisa' based on a written seal of old documents assembled at Kezo-ji Temple in Kira-cho, Aichi Prefecture.
  64. Incidentally, his older brother was the patriarch of the Niwata family, Tsunesuke NIWATA (Shonii, Chunagon) (1241 - year of death unknown).
  65. Incidentally, his son, Sogen YAGYU was born when Ieyoshi was 31 years old.
  66. Incidentally, his title 'Banzan' comes from this place name 'Shigeyama,' because these pronunciations use the same Chinese characters, "蕃山."
  67. Incidentally, if rain falls on the day of tanabata it is called "sairuiu" or "sairuiu" and is believed to be tears which Orihime (Vega) and Hikoboshi (Altair) shed.
  68. Incidentally, in 1839, Shigeyoshi resigned as the lord of Takeo to relinquish the position to his 7-year old heir Shigeharu NABESHIMA, and then retired.
  69. Incidentally, in Ieyasu TOKUGAWA's army headquarters sonae in Figure 1, the independent sonae of Saemon no jo SAKAI drawn at the center is omitted, and only the unit under the direct command of Ieyasu is shown.
  70. Incidentally, in March 2007, Suica shopping service will be available for Kokusai Mortorcars Co., Ltd. and Nihon Kotsu Co., Ltd. (the system will be adopted gradually).
  71. Incidentally, in Taoism, a similar practice called 'dangoku, or hekikoku' (practitioners eat no grain) is observed, but this practice is closer to a fast.
  72. Incidentally, in case of track No. 2 of Kawaramachi Station, the trains made up of eight cars can neither arrive at nor depart from the track at present.
  73. Incidentally, in general, it is said that Siddhartha was born in India and achieved enlightenment under the Bodhi Tree.
  74. Incidentally, in most cases, Nobunaga used adopted daughters for political reasons, to marry into Daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) families: rather than bringing them up, he adopted girls in form only and gave these adopted daughters away in marriage.
  75. Incidentally, in the Indian Ocean island nation of the Maldives, a dried food called 'Maldivian fish' similar to Japanese katsuobushi is produced.
  76. Incidentally, in the announcement Track C is called the Arashiyama Line platform, like Track 1 (because there used to be through special express trains that would run between Umeda Station and Arashiyama Station on the Kyoto Line, which arrived at and departed from Track C).
  77. Incidentally, in the middle of the Edo period, the sum of the size of the landholdings of the Miyake and kuge, 106 families in total, was 46,600 koku.
  78. Incidentally, in the uprising in Tatsuno Domain the insurgents beat the reinforcements dispatched from Ako Domain.
  79. Incidentally, in those days, only aristocrats enjoyed karakuri.
  80. Incidentally, in western Japan it isn't rare for the Japanese word 'dashi' to mean not the above-mentioned soup stock but the very sauce for udon (Japanese wheat noodles).
  81. Incidentally, ingaikan (supernumerary officials) were appointed in the Nara period.
  82. Incidentally, it has been discovered that Chomo HANASHIRO began using the word '空手' in 1905.
  83. Incidentally, it is a myth or a quite special custom since the Meiji period that black tabi should be worn on mourning occasions.
  84. Incidentally, it is believed that the Inbe (忌部) clan (also written in the Chinese character, 斎部 with the identical pronunciation as 忌部) were those who left Awa (阿波) Province for the east, which appeared in the story of Ogetsuhime.
  85. Incidentally, it is considered that 'Kideranomiya', that was transmitted to be the origins of the mother of Motoie OSAWA and the wife of Yoriuji CHIKU in "Kanseifu"(genealogies of vassals in Edo Bakufu), is this family.
  86. Incidentally, it is considered that Takamanohara was Katsuragi in Yamato Province by the people in the Kyoto Imperial Court until Hakuseki ARAI advocated his theory.
  87. Incidentally, it is considered that Yukichi was on bad terms with Kaishu KATSU.
  88. Incidentally, it is incorrect to calculate the full length of the hallway to be 120 meters by multiplying 33 and 2 and 1.82 together, based on the premises that each of the 33 column spacings is equivalent to "2間" (2 ken) and that 1間 is about 1.82m.
  89. Incidentally, it is known that Jufukuin and Hoshunin were on very bad terms (although Hoshuin seems to have been on good terms with other concubines, because she petitioned the bakufu [Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun] to appoint Toshitaka MAEDA, another concubine's son, as a daimyo [Japanese feudal lord]).
  90. Incidentally, it is not common today to perform the whole Kabuki Kyogen program.
  91. Incidentally, it is said that Awa Province of Shikoku region and Awa Province of the Boso Peninsula (Chiba Prefecture) have phonetically the same name because the latter province was named as such by the Inbe clan people of Shikoku region when they migrated to it.
  92. Incidentally, it is said that Yoshimune respected Tsunayoshi for his "Tenna Government" and its influences can be seen in the Yoshimune's Kyoho Reforms.
  93. Incidentally, it is said that Zenchiku KOMPARU performed a Noh play for IKKYU in front of So-mon gate.
  94. Incidentally, it is said that he was the model for Kansan who, according to "Okagami" (the Great Mirror) etc., damned many persons.
  95. Incidentally, it is said that the legal wife of Suetada was the daughter of MINAMOTO no Yoshitada (the adopted daughter of MINAMOTO no Yoshiie).
  96. Incidentally, it is said that the popular name of 'Mitsui-dera Temple' was derived from a temple of 'Mii' (a spring water for Emperors), because the sacred spring water was used for ubuyu (a baby's first bath) for three generations of emperors: Emperor Tenchi, the Emperor Tenmu and the Empress Jito.
  97. Incidentally, it is the most widely believed theory that Nobutoyo's core position in the Takeda family was the lord of Shinano Komoro-jo Castle, which was Nobutoyo's base to rule the eastern Shinano region; however, any documents to prove Komoro territory ruled by Nobutoyo were not found.
  98. Incidentally, it should be paid attention that the Owari family and the Konoe family were relatives in those days.
  99. Incidentally, it was from the third-generation head of the Sumitomo family, Tomonobu SUMITOMO (son of Tomomochi), that the heads of the Sumitomo family began calling themselves "Kichizaemon."
  100. Incidentally, it was not uncommon that the Honmyo-ji Temple (Kumamoto City) got crowded with patients disabled by syphilis or Hansen's disease until the 20s of the Meiji period (around the end of 19th century).
  101. Incidentally, it was only this Shirakawa-hakuo family that fell under Kazan Genji (the Minamoto clan of Emperor Kazan's descendants), so the Shirakawa-hakuo family and Kazan Genji were practically the same.
  102. Incidentally, kanawa-mon, which resembles wachigai-mon, is a design based on the circular part of gotoku (three or four-legged kettle stand), and the line used for the design is thinner than that of wachigai-mon.
  103. Incidentally, koshiki karate refers to one genre of bogutsuki karate that adopts a unique scoring system in which the referees take a longer time before they stop a player when he/she succeeds in performing a technique, and additional scores are counted for continuous techniques performed during this interval.
  104. Incidentally, lay people are also prohibited from indecent sexual acts (such as premarital intercourse, extramarital affair, adultery, indecent assault, bestiality and rape) as fujain-kai (no sexual misconduct) (one of the five commandments).
  105. Incidentally, namatare was abbreviated to "tare."
  106. Incidentally, neither the songwriter nor the composer is unknown.
  107. Incidentally, old works depicting only the Five Buddhas in the Womb Realm have rarely been found in Japan.
  108. Incidentally, on "hatsu-bon" (the first obon after death), colored papers and decorations are avoided, and the bon doro is covered only with white papers.
  109. Incidentally, on September 2, 1945, the signing of Japan's Instrument of Surrender was held on the battleship Missouri in Tokyo Bay--the flag that stood in the background had once flown on Perry's flagship Powhatan, and was brought from the United States for the occasion.
  110. Incidentally, on this occasion, "Mihashira no uzuno miko" (three noble children) - Amaterasu Omikami (the Sun Goddess), Susano (the Storm God), and Tsukuyomi (the Moon God) - were also created, but they do not number among the Haraedo no Okami.
  111. Incidentally, one of the criteria for a feudal lord with a kokudaka of 10,000 koku to become a daimyo was his ability to organize at least one sonae.
  112. Incidentally, only the head of this Joroku Buddha statue is now housed in Kofuku-ji Temple in Nara City, and is designated a National Treasure.
  113. Incidentally, orange means the numerical value three when used to show the electrical resistance volume of a resistor.
  114. Incidentally, other than the above, some studies by the scholars of the later generations occasionally used the terms 'Matsudaira-go (Matsudaira village) fudai' and 'Iwatsu fudai,' but these were not found in either "Ryuei hikan" or "Mikawa Monogatari."
  115. Incidentally, over the shingo for Ieyasu, a famous dispute took place between (Buddhist Priest) Tenkai, who advanced 'dai-gongen,' and (Buddhist Priest) Suden, who suggested 'dai-myojin.'
  116. Incidentally, people in the Edo period hung the glass fish bowl from the eaves and looked up the goldfish from below.
  117. Incidentally, prefectures are that which replaced feudal domains (Haihan chiken [abolition of the han system and establishment of the prefecture system]).
  118. Incidentally, rigor mortis sometimes has already set in, or even if it has not, there are cases these days in which the body has already become stiff because of dry ice, and so on.
  119. Incidentally, shakuhachi music also prospered in the middle of the Edo period, but neither the shamisen nor the koto participated in shakuhachi music because the shakuhachi wasn't an instrument performed by those in the Todo-za.
  120. Incidentally, she was known to be a beautiful woman during her lifetime.
  121. Incidentally, some of the kaisho mentioned below sometimes played overlapping roles.
  122. Incidentally, some of the stalls do not open for ennichi in the winter season; they open for ennichi from April to October, especially in the summer.
  123. Incidentally, some of the tamori used their wealth of knowledge about plants and worked as herbalists.
  124. Incidentally, some religious schools they have certain titles that are used for Shonin go.
  125. Incidentally, some say that a child of Katamochi MIKUMO, Shigemochi's elder brother, is the model for Sasuke SARUTOBI, a ninja well known for being one of the Sanada Juyushi members (Sanada ten braves) (see the section for Sasuke SARUTOBI for further details).
  126. Incidentally, some say that the bridge where they met was the one spanning over the Kamo-gawa River (Yodo-gawa River system), while others say the bridge was the one near Gojo Tenshingu Shrine that crossed a river running along Nishinotoin-dori Street, since Kamo-gawa had no bridge.
  127. Incidentally, some tozama daimyo, who were the TOKUGAWA clan's blood relatives or persons of high achievement, were treated equivalently to fudai daimyo, and were also conveniently called jun-fudai daimyo (quasi fudai daimyo).
  128. Incidentally, somen noodles and udon noodles are classified as under 1.3 mm and over 1.7 mm in diameter, respectively.
  129. Incidentally, stations were not set in the middle at first, but Kawasaki Station and Kanagawa Station (Japanese National Railways) (now closed) were opened on June 5.
  130. Incidentally, straw raincoats were regarded as possessing magical power as many visiting gods ('raiho-jin' in Japanese, referring to other-worldly gods visiting with good luck) wore them.
  131. Incidentally, taishogoto (Japanese harp with three to five strings) is a fundamentally different instrument from Soh because it is categorized into kin group based on the law of making sound.
  132. Incidentally, temples at that time were roofed with tiles.
  133. Incidentally, that friend failed in the examination.
  134. Incidentally, the Chinese character of "悪(aku)" used for the term of 悪僧 (Akuso), like 悪 (aku) used for 悪党 (akuto) means "strong."
  135. Incidentally, the Chinese character of '両' (reads as ryo) has the second meaning of 'two.'
  136. Incidentally, the F1 car, a test-production car, is commonly operated with JR (West) Commuter Train Series 321 as described below.
  137. Incidentally, the Hinokuma-jingu and Kunikakasu-jingu Shrines (Wakayama City) keep the Mirrors of Higata and Hiboko created prior to the Mirror of Yata.
  138. Incidentally, the Hiyoshisha Shrine in Edo was renamed Hiejinja Shrine after July 30, 1868.
  139. Incidentally, the Ifukube Clan of Homi County served as Shinto priest of the Ube-jinja Shrine, the highest ranking shrine in the area, until the first year of the Meiji Era (1868).
  140. Incidentally, the Inaba clan was extinguished for the suspicions of a rebellion during the period of Norimichi.
  141. Incidentally, the Japanese idiomatic phrase of "dashi ni suru" can be simply translated into the English word of "use" in many cases.
  142. Incidentally, the Jomon period is included in the Okinawa Shell mound period in Okinawa Prefecture's history.
  143. Incidentally, the Kagawa family in which Kageki KAGAWA was born branched off from the family of Karo (a chief retainer) of Iwakuni Domain.
  144. Incidentally, the Kifudo painting was not inserted in the pictorial record of the special exhibition.
  145. Incidentally, the Mitsui family originally came from Matsuzaka City in the former Ise Province, which was a feudal domain of the Kii clan, and hence they had strong ties with the house of Kishu-Tokugawa.
  146. Incidentally, the Okinawan sanshin uses snakeskin.
  147. Incidentally, the Tango Peninsula is one of the snowiest areas in Kyoto Prefecture.
  148. Incidentally, the Zoku-Gunsho Ruiju Completion Committee, which had published Zoku-Gunsho Ruiju, virtually went bankrupt due to a bad check in September 2006.
  149. Incidentally, the above-mentioned date of birth and death is given by "Tokugawa Bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) Genealogy," whereas "Record of Bakufu's Blessing Heirs "reads that Matsuchiyo was born in 1592 and passed away on March 29, 1594.
  150. Incidentally, the central pole that vertically combines all parts is called 'satsu,' or 'sekkan.'
  151. Incidentally, the character '白' (white) is '百' (one hundred) minus 一 (one) and, therefore, writing 九十九髪 (ninety-nine hairs) means white, or gray, hair.
  152. Incidentally, the cherry tree decorations 'the cherry tree on the left and the tachibana orange on the right' are placed to the left side of the emperor, the position of which matches that of the actual trees planted in the property of the Shishinden (the Throne Hall) in the imperial court.
  153. Incidentally, the city used to be adjoined with the former Kuse-mura, Otokuni-gun on the east and Oharano-mura Otokuni-gun on the west, but since Kyoto City absorbed the two villages, formerly Muko-cho has remained as if it jutted out into Kyoto City from Otokuni-gun.
  154. Incidentally, the color of daruma dolls introduced to Nagasaki is believed to have been yellow.
  155. Incidentally, the company has no financial and/or personal ties with Kyoto City Bus (Kyoto Municipal Transportation Bureau), which also operates route buses.
  156. Incidentally, the contents of the bag symbolizing Daikokuten is said to be seven kinds of treasures.
  157. Incidentally, the core members of the Sadatoki HOJO administration of Yoriai-shu in 1309 can be seen in the old document in Kanazawa Library, and in addition, the members of Yoriai-shu in 1302 are as follows
  158. Incidentally, the crest of the Jodo Sect is a moon shadow with an apricot leaf.
  159. Incidentally, the cup with its handle attached on its side or around its bottom was called to (斗; in pinyin, 'dou'), and this cup was for scooping up water.
  160. Incidentally, the current Takamikura is in the shishinden in Kyoto Imperial Palace.
  161. Incidentally, the daughter of TAIRA no Yasuhira, Ecchu kokushu (Governor of Ecchu Province), and her daughter Izumi Shikibu served at the residence of Imperial Princess Shoshi.
  162. Incidentally, the day, June 6 (lunar calendar: May 11) on which Yukinaga was executed falls on the same day (lunar calendar: May 11) on which Yukinaga had killed Hisaharu in the previous year.
  163. Incidentally, the descendant of FUJIWARA no Tamenori, who was descended from Otomaro and had distinguished himself as a samurai in the middle Heian era, expanded across the country and became the originators of the Ito, Kudo, Nikaido, Sagara, Kikkawa and Amano clans, etc.
  164. Incidentally, the detailed subtitle written on the inner part of the picture scroll was called "Naidai."
  165. Incidentally, the distance between Higashi-Maizuru Station and Osaka Station is slightly shorter via Kyoto Station (145.4 km) than via Fukuchiyama Station (152.9 km).
  166. Incidentally, the distance-based system is still employed for the commuter pass.
  167. Incidentally, the earthquake led to the change of era, from Shoo to Einin in September.
  168. Incidentally, the family tree of Makino Yamashiro no Kami before Sadanari (as for this name there are also a few theories) is not known as whether it was being established or not
  169. Incidentally, the father-and-son pair from the end of the Edo period, Akikata FUNABASHI and Michikata FUNABASHI, joined the Teishin hachiju-hachi kyo ressan jiken (demonstration by the 88 retainers of the Imperial Court).
  170. Incidentally, the festival to mourn an individual member of Shinsengumi was only fconducted for the five members of sami KONDO, Toshizo HIJIKATA, Soji OKITA, Hajime SAITO, and Keisuke SANNAN.
  171. Incidentally, the firefly viewing gathering is often held before the season for fireflies.
  172. Incidentally, the first anniversary is followed by third, fifth, and 10th anniversaries, and afterwards, Mitamamatsuri is held every five years.
  173. Incidentally, the former record (116.6 times) was also marked at the Kyoto Racecourse.
  174. Incidentally, the home of Shuten-doji 'Mt. Oe' is believed to have been a mountain along Mt. Oe in Tango, but some say it might have been a mountain along the Sanin-do Road on the border between Yamashiro and Tanba Provinces in Nishikyo Ward, Kyoto City.
  175. Incidentally, the inbound train as well as the outbound train of this type made crew changes at Takatsukishi Station.
  176. Incidentally, the issuing of licenses for botefuri (stallholder or peddler) by the bakufu, put high priority on the physically weak, and was another form of relief provided for destitute people.
  177. Incidentally, the kadomatsu can not be reused the following year since it requires fresh flowers.
  178. Incidentally, the kosyogumi was different from kosho (pageboy) in the general conception and was purely a combat troop.
  179. Incidentally, the latest sunrise or earliest sunset of the year is not experienced on the day of Toji.
  180. Incidentally, the name "Tabul? Anatomic?" can often be found for books of anatomy.
  181. Incidentally, the name 'Mokuami KAWATAKE' has traditionally been used more often than 'Mokuami FURUKAWA,' but a kabuki researcher Yoshimi AKIBA pointed out an erroneous use of the name.
  182. Incidentally, the name of 'Shirakawa' can be identified to have been used only from the middle of the thirteenth century.
  183. Incidentally, the name of this bus stop was Nishioji Kujo until 1983, but after the Nishioji Kujo bus stop was placed in its current location, the name of this bus stop was changed from Nishioji Kujo to Nishioji-Eki (station)-Mae.
  184. Incidentally, the name used in this article, 'Mii-dera Temple,' is its general name.
  185. Incidentally, the names Donyu, Tokunyu, Seinyu, and Kakunyu were given after death.
  186. Incidentally, the note titled 'Ipponden' (an anecdote) in the Kanchu-keizu states that the Kanchu-keizu was compiled and completed as follows:
  187. Incidentally, the novel "My Ambition Stretching over Thousands of Miles" (authored by Akihiko NAKAMURA), which depicts the three generations of the Maeda clan from Toshitsune to Tsunanori MAEDA, has been run in the Hokkoku newspaper since January 2007, and featured 'Ochobo' as a protagonist in the first half part of the story.
  188. Incidentally, the number of accredited important art objects slightly varies with records and the precise figure is unknown.
  189. Incidentally, the official description in hiragana for '西院' around this area is 'さいいん,' and lately it has taken the pronunciation 'saiin'; however, in the past most local people would pronounce '西院' as 'sai,' like the station name of the Keifuku Electric Railroad Co., Ltd.
  190. Incidentally, the official website of Kyoto City states, 'We shall aim to complete the subway line up to Rakusai New Town; however, given our financial condition we should establish the section between Nijo and Tenjingawa as the first step in this direction.'
  191. Incidentally, the old Yamashina Station, which existed on the old line, was opened on August 18, 1879, when part of the section between Kyoto Station and Otsu Station, i.e. the section between Kyoto Station and Otani Station, was opened.
  192. Incidentally, the only other person who introduced Soga clan blood to the Imperial line was SOGA no Iname's daughter SOGA no Kitashihime.
  193. Incidentally, the origin of 'steak tartar' is a raw meat dish which the Turkic Tartar of the Mongolian Empire ate, who invaded as far as Europe around the thirteenth century.
  194. Incidentally, the origin of the word 'myojin' is a Buddhist word.
  195. Incidentally, the performance at the drawing danjiri in Senshu region consists only of this Shangiri (actual name is different).
  196. Incidentally, the person who brought these two to marriage was Sumiko IRIE (later, the wife of Hirofumi ITO).
  197. Incidentally, the presence of the remains of Saigu was confirmed in the excavation research of 1970.
  198. Incidentally, the present KTR platform is located where the old Hokutan Railway's Fukuchiyama Station used to be located.
  199. Incidentally, the project is barely related to 'Game Archives' by Sony Computer Entertainment Inc., which distributes Playstation software in Playstation stores although their names are similar and confusing.
  200. Incidentally, the pronunciation 'Nara' is written as '奈良' or '寧楽' based on Manyo-gana (an early Japanese syllabary composed of Chinese characters used phonetically).
  201. Incidentally, the reason the title includes "Shinsen" (newly compiled) is that it meant to indicate the re-compilation of "Shizoku-shi" (a book containing information on the clans), which ended up just as a plan; consequently, it doesn't infer the existence of any previous edition of the clan-name register.
  202. Incidentally, the reform of the calendar for the first time in 800 years gained topicality at that time; thus, Saikaku IHARA wrote "Koyomi (Ukiyozoshi), Calendar (Literally, Books of Floating World)," and Monzaemon CHIKAMATSU wrote "Kenjo no tenarai narabini shingoyomi (Wise Woman's Penmanship and the New Calendar)."
  203. Incidentally, the school's name 'Kenen' is associated with its location, Kayabacho (Kikaku TAKARAI lived adjacently and there is a poem that 'Fragrant of plum trees, next door is Soemon OGYU').
  204. Incidentally, the share of freight transportation has been remaining low level under 5%.
  205. Incidentally, the shed doesn't completely cover the entire area; therefore, the second car of a two-car train protrudes from the shed.
  206. Incidentally, the so-called 'Kuro-mon Gate' that was in the once Shozoku-yashiki Premises of the former Satsuma clan and that was used as the main gate of the Rokumei-kan Pavilion was designated as a former national treasure.
  207. Incidentally, the story has a dramatic touch as shown in the anecdote that while Mikizo was crossing swords with IMAI, Kuwajiro was fighting to the death with a certain ANZAI, a samurai from Ise Province and, later, the two brothers encountered each other in front of their quarters.
  208. Incidentally, the term 'nintei' (accreditation), instead of 'shitei' (designation), has consistently been used in relation to important art objects.
  209. Incidentally, the third son Yasutsuna SASAKI, who inherited Gonan, south of lake, inherited the head family of Sasaki and became the original forefather of the Rokkaku clan.
  210. Incidentally, the ticket window is hidden by a platform information board.
  211. Incidentally, the use of the pen name "Nobooru" by Shiki Masaoka preceded Kanae CHUAMAN's translation of baseball as yakyu in 1890 by four years.
  212. Incidentally, the verse used in this scene is a rehash of a portion of "Meido no hikyaku" (The Courier for Hades) written by Chikamatsu.
  213. Incidentally, the word "Tomi (鳥見 or 登美)," which is the old place name indicating the eastern mountain foot of Mt. Ikoma where Chokyu-ji Temple is located, appears in the myth of Jinmu tosei (Eastern expedition of Emperor Jinmu).
  214. Incidentally, the word "殯宮" (funeral parlor) is pronounced 'Arakinomiya' in Japanese, and the first part of this word (i.e. "ara") is believed to have been derived from the word Aratama.
  215. Incidentally, the word '-ryo,' if it can be defined in a modern sense, corresponds to the following organizations: bureaus, authorities, agencies of extra-ministerial bureaus, or governmental universities.
  216. Incidentally, the yakusoku (prearranged) kumite practiced today have been created mainly by students in the Japanese mainland since the Showa period.
  217. Incidentally, there are hands-on spots where one can actually experience to lift a sen-ryo-bako with the equivalent weight of the real one at the Edo Tokyo Museum in Sumida Ward, Tokyo and the Mint Museum in Kita Ward, Osaka City.
  218. Incidentally, there are several companies that use "hanabishi" as their yago (trade name) in Japan.
  219. Incidentally, there are some cases where a taxi stand for a specific taxi company is set up.
  220. Incidentally, there are some documents introducing Japanese people's sense of time, in which while most overseas railways regard a delay of 5 to 15 minutes as punctual (even for high-speed railways), a delay or early arrival of 15 to 30 seconds is regarded as not punctual.
  221. Incidentally, there exist some dark areas from place to place in the Milky Way like sandbanks in a stream, and this is not because there are no stars in the area, but because dark nebula conceal stars behind itself.
  222. Incidentally, there is a plan to install a pedestrian overpass connecting the park to Maejima Wharf, which has a ferry landing place, as the second phase of the construction, however, the outlook for the construction is still uncertain.
  223. Incidentally, there is a similar process in the manufacturing of Chinese Shaoxing rice wine, its temperature is about 85 degrees Celsius.
  224. Incidentally, there is a theory that he was born in 1176.
  225. Incidentally, there is an article in "Nihonshoki" that says Emperor Tenmu visited Jodo-ji Temple (the posthumous Buddhist title of Yamada-dera Temple) in 685, the year when the Joroku Buddha statue was consecrated as described above.
  226. Incidentally, there is an expression "seihakudo" (degree of polishing rice), which shows the ratio of polished (scraped off) portion: the higher the value, the more the rice has been polished.
  227. Incidentally, there was just one Saiin-jo Castle in Ukyo.
  228. Incidentally, there were two routes to return to Kyoto.
  229. Incidentally, this building had been the head office of Eizan Electric Railway Co., Ltd. (registered head office) during the period from its independence until the completion of the building adjacent to Demachiyanagi Station.
  230. Incidentally, this business office was located across the road until March 1983, and there the Kyoto City-run Daigo-nishi (west) housing complex is now located.
  231. Incidentally, this description of a close relationship between liquor and religion in "Sanguo Zhi" provides one of the reasons why sake brewing began as a task of miko (a shrine maiden).
  232. Incidentally, this diary is also considered a valuable material to study the sexual mores of court nobles at that time, because it reveals that Yorinaga was quite active in sodomizing chigo (boys who served noblemen), maibito (dancers), samurai and court nobles including MINAMOTO no Yoshikata.
  233. Incidentally, this is the oldest woman's diary literature of all still existent today.
  234. Incidentally, this ordinance also restricted the number of trading ships annually.
  235. Incidentally, this place is well-known to local residents as an area where the three rivers join together.
  236. Incidentally, this temple was one which was constructed by Mitsunari for his father, Masatsugu ISHIDA.
  237. Incidentally, this train, which had no nickname, became familiar for "Kageki-tokkyu" (Revue Limited Express) and "Kageki-go" (the Revue) in or around 1954.
  238. Incidentally, those shaped into rods with diameters over 1.7 mm are classified as 'hand-stretched udon noodles.'
  239. Incidentally, two cases were designated in 1993: 'Water supply installations of the Fujikura watershed' in Akita City, and 'Railway installations of the Usui Pass' in Gunma Prefecture.
  240. Incidentally, when "Shinboku Kiza" (the return of the sacred tree to Nara) was completed, court nobles and "tenjobito" (high-ranking courtiers allowed into the Imperial Palace) of the Fujiwara clan customarily accompanied monk-soldiers and others to "Rakugai" (the outside of the capital Kyoto) or even to Nara, and they offered thanks to Kasuga-taisha Shrine.
  241. Incidentally, when Tokugawa was still a local daimyo in Mikawa Province, the Sakai family took the post of Karo (Roju) for generations.
  242. Incidentally, when a taxi is running in a lane other than the first lane on a road having multiple lanes, the taxi driver must not accept the offer of transportation for safety reasons even if the driver finds a customer and has accepted the offer of transportation.
  243. Incidentally, when he was the first Minister of Communication, they needed to decide on 'a badge' for the Ministry of Communication.
  244. Incidentally, when introducing the abolition of clans and establishment of prefectures, the person who finally agreed with Saigo was Yamagata.
  245. Incidentally, when renewing (in 2002) a background mural painting of a panoramic model train operation corner in the Transportation Museum (which was closed in May 2006), a row of mountains around Mt. Fuji was painted by an artist specializing in works for sento.
  246. Incidentally, when the direction of Ushitora is assigned to Kimon, the counter directions of monkey (Saru), pheasant (Tori) and dog (Inu) are assigned as guards, which sought to kill Oni in the story of Momotaro (Peach Boy), it seems to have some kind of meaning.
  247. Incidentally, when the unit's digit is zero, monme (匁) is occasionally replaced with 'me' (目).
  248. Incidentally, when this program is played in Kabuki, it is customary that the male actor playing the female role of Akoya actually plays the three instruments.
  249. Incidentally, while he lived with his mother and siblings, he was adopted by his uncle Jutsuhei NAKAMURA in his childhood and took the family name Nakamura.
  250. Incidentally, with the inauguration of the subway the control of all city buses in the region was transferred to Keihan Bus Co., Ltd., in 1997 as a part of the Kyoto Municipal Transportation Bureau's rationalization policy.
  251. Incidentally, wood surrounding the weapon often caught on fire.
  252. Incidents
  253. Incidents after the establishment of the constitution
  254. Incidents are likely to occur when fugu (pufferfish) sashimi is prepared by a person that isn't licensed to do so, or when sashimi is made from freshwater fish and certain shellfish.
  255. Incidents mentioned below were representative cases.
  256. Incidents of illegal parking
  257. Incirrina (enIncirrina)
  258. Inclination of "Bankoku Koho" to natural law is conspicuous in the section for description of the source of law which explained from what the law was originated.
  259. Included among his highly praised works are: "Shitoyakana Kemono" (Graceful Beast) (1962) directed by Yuzo KAWASHIMA, "Kenkaerejii" (1966) directed by Seijun SUZUKI, " and "Hachiko Monogatari" (Story of Hachi) (1987) directed by Seijiro KOYAMA.
  260. Included among the riots were the Fukushima Incident, Kabasan Incident, Gunma Incident, Iida Incident, Nagoya Incident, Takada Incident and Chichibu Incident.
  261. Included among the rocks he collected were minerals, stone objects, stone tools, and fossils.
  262. Included among those actively involved in other cultural fields in this period are film actors in historical plays such as Kanjuro ARASHI, Denjiro OKOCHI and Tsumasaburo BANDO, composers such as Ryoichi HATTORI, Masao KOGA and Shinpei NAKAYAMA and singers including Noriko AWAYA, Ichiro FUJIYAMA and Taro SHOJI.
  263. Included in "Classified Documents Continued, Continued."
  264. Included in "Dai nihon bukkyo zensho" (Compendium of Buddhism in Japan).
  265. Included in "Gunsho ruiju"(Collection of historical documents)
  266. Included in "Senzai-wakashu" (Collection of a Thousand Years), one of the "Chokusen Wakashu" collection of waka compiled for the emperor, 'mutsu-no-kuni ni makarikeru toki, nakoso no seki nite hana no chiri kereba yomeru' (You can understand when you ride to Nakoso checkpoint in Mutsu Province and kick up scattered flowers).
  267. Included in Osaka University of Foreign Studies (new education system) in May 1949.
  268. Included in Tokyo University of Foreign Studies newly established under the new education system in May 1949.
  269. Included in his works were "The Kokushi Kosho" and "The Chukaruirin," in addition to books such as "Honcho Zoku Monzui" (Literary Essence of Our Court, Continued) and "Honcho Mudaishi" (An anthology of Chinese verses).
  270. Included in his younger sisters were Nishi-hachijo Zenni (seishitsu [legal wife] of MINAMOTO no Sanetomo) and two younger sisters who were nyobos (court ladies) of Emperor Gotoba and Emperor Juntoku.
  271. Included in its motif is 'Namako-kabe wall' (covered with square tiles jointed with raised plaster), which can be associated with a castle or brewery.
  272. Included in these questions is the point about the sacred sword being carelessly handed to Yamato Takeru and how likely it is that he used the sword to cut grass.
  273. Included in this collection are wills written by Korin and Korin's father, Soken, Korin's sketchbook Choju Shaseicho (Sketchbook of birds and animals), other sketches, and a collection of designs, which are important data in the study of Korin's life and work.
  274. Included works
  275. Includes Japanese and Korean ingredients.
  276. Includes Tatsuta-do Road, Kuragari-toge Pass and Shigisangoe.
  277. Includes a pair of gold leaf color two-panel folding screens with images of pine trees
  278. Includes bamboo shoots.
  279. Includes rooms such as the court lady room, head priest room, imperial family room, chamberlain's room, imperial messenger's room and the throne room.
  280. Includes the Kaisan-do hall, reliquary hall and Kyaku-den hall (guest hall).
  281. Including 'Joruri-ji engi' (history of Joruri-ji Temple).
  282. Including 'Kumogakure', whose title alone has survived, and 'Wakana', which is not divided into two chapters, gives a total of 54 chapters.
  283. Including 26 pictures pasted onto staggered shelves and on small cupboards.
  284. Including Gomizuoin and Tofukumonin, their children, their brothers and sisters, their well-acquainted court nobles, court ladies and others gathered together frequently to deepen their relationships.
  285. Including Hokkaido, it was called gokihachido.
  286. Including Kogetsu-sho Commentary, it became common that a woodblock book of The Tale of Genji published from the Edo period had a genealogy of the characters, and The Tale of Genji printed in type which was published after the Meiji period inherited the tradition.
  287. Including Magoichi, several names capped by the surname 'Suzuki,' are found as heads of the artillery of the Toyotomi clan which served in the series of battles in which Hideyoshi took place, from the Battle of Komaki and Nagakute to the Bunroku-Keicho War.
  288. Including ONO no Imoko who became Kenzuishi (a Japanese envoy to Sui Dynasty China), many people from the Ono clan worked as officials who established relations with China such as Kentoshi (a Japanese envoy to Tang Dynasty China); also many people from the Ono clan worked as local officials in such regions as Tohoku and Kyushu regions.
  289. Including Oso-eko (Virtue as instructed by Amida for going to the Pure Land), the alternative of the two types, both Eko together are called 'O-Kan Ni-eko' forming the primary doctrine of Jodo Shinshu (the True Pure Land Sect of Buddhism).
  290. Including Takashi MASUDA and Sankei HARA, Kaichiro NEZU (the first), Ichizo KOBAYASHI, and Keita GOTO are famous examples.
  291. Including Tamenoshin TAMAKI, several people from Totsukawa Village protested the strategy employed by Tenchu-gumi and were beheaded.
  292. Including descriptions of events in the era immediately after the Kamakura bakufu was inaugurated, "Inokuma Kanpaku-ki" is an important historical document.
  293. Including his three tanka poems in "Kinyo Wakashu" (Kinyo Collection of Japanese Poems) (the second version), his other twenty-nine tanka poems were nominated for Chokusen Wakashu (anthologies of Japanese Poetry compiled by Imperial command) from "Kinyo Wakashu" onward.
  294. Including periods prior to using the group name of Shinsen-gumi (Mibu Roshi-gumi).
  295. Including television dramas and theatrical plays, the scripts that he worked on number as many as 370, and he has received numerous awards.
  296. Including the 1,300-km Beijing-Shanghai High-Speed Line Project between Beijing City and Shanghai City, the People's Republic of China has been constructing 200-km/n - 300 km/h high-speed railway networks throughout China in addition to a total of 7,000-km eight-route passenger-dedicated railway lines.
  297. Including the Ishiyama-Sakamoto Line, Keihan Electric Railway suffers a loss of \1.5 billion a year and some media once reported that Keihan was considering the abolishment of the Otsu Line.
  298. Including the Japanese education for students from abroad
  299. Including the Kyoto Tower building at its base, the tower is 131m in height.
  300. Including the Mu-Us Desert and the Kubuchi Desert.
  301. Including the Negoroshu (a group of armed priests in Negoro-ji Temple), he was given yoriki (mounted warriors) from seven provinces such as Mikawa Province, Owari Province, Omi Province, Kawachi Province, Izumi Province, and Kii Province.
  302. Including the Tokugwa Shogun family, all Daimyo generally appointed Yuhitsu from their vassals; however, Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA, a Shogun originally from the Tatebayashi Domain, brought his Yuhitsu from the Tatebayashi Domain to the Edo-jo Castle and let him serve as Yuhitsu.
  303. Including the above, there were lots of other forged documents used as source materials, which were brought out as evidence for the suit after a debt cancellation order of Einin issued by the ninth regent Sadatoki HOJO in 1297.
  304. Including the copies, the following four are well known.
  305. Including the first volume, there are six volumes that remain in existence today.
  306. Including the memorizing time, 1 game takes around 90 minutes.
  307. Including the occurrence of the peasant uprising in 1429 in Harima Province, the dominance of the clan started to fade gradually.
  308. Including the other buildings which joined the 'Kurokabe town planning,' the company engaged in the renovation of a total of thirty old buildings.
  309. Including the story about Kanami's birth, the section is the basic historical material to seek the origin of the troupes, related to the Noh, needless to say about KANZE troupe.
  310. Including these temples and shrines mentioned above, 19 of old and historical temples and dozens of small and large shrines had been built by the Edo period and are still standing along the narrow streets of Tomo today, which sight redolent of their prosperity.
  311. Including this article, the expression "ginjo system (sake)" means a group of sake having ginjoko such as ginjoshu, junmai ginjoshu, daiginjoshu, junmai daiginjoshu, and yamahai ginjoshu (ginjoshu produced with yamahai method).
  312. Including this feature described above, castles referred to as 'Kodai Sanjo' had some points in common such as construction periods and their architecture, and so on.
  313. Including this, Montblanc made preparations for advantageous negotiations.
  314. Including this, there exist various theories, thought out by scholars in the Edo and other periods, about how much the volume of 1 sho really was in the Nara period, and all of them were just the speculation, merely based on the depiction seen in the penal and administrative law of the period, and on the Chinese system of weights and measures.
  315. Including two of his poems that were selected for the "Kokin Wakashu" (A Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry) and other poems selected as 'Kitano no Miuta,' a total of 35 poems were selected for the Chokusen wakashu (anthology of Japanese poetry compiled by Imperial command).
  316. Including untraditional ones, festivals are held in various styles around the world.
  317. Incomplete book of Honcho Monzui
  318. Incomplete fragment
  319. Incomplete remains of 'Hokekyo' vol. 6
  320. Incomplete remains of 116 bronze mirrors
  321. Incomplete remains of 2 bronze Buddha statues
  322. Incomplete remains of 27 hanging Buddha images
  323. Incomplete remains of 52 bells
  324. Incomplete remains of 7 dokkosho, sankosho and gokosho pestles
  325. Incomplete remains of 8 sutras on copper plates
  326. Incomplete remains of 9 pilgrim's staff rings
  327. Incomplete remains of copper sutra cases
  328. Incomplete remains of ornamental gold items
  329. Inconsistency between the imperial succession theories and the collateral line succession.
  330. Inconvertible currency
  331. Incorporated School of Koyasan Gakuen
  332. Incorporated elements from Noh.
  333. Incorporated from Hachijo village:
  334. Incorporated from Higashi Shiokoji village:
  335. Incorporated from Nishikujo village:
  336. Incorporated into Iwahana Prefecture on December 26 (old lunar calendar) in 1869
  337. Incorporated into Kashiwazaki Prefecture on October 22 (old lunar calendar) in 1870
  338. Incorporated into Nagoya Domain on December 23 (old lunar calendar) in 1870
  339. Incorporated into Otsu Prefecture on June 3 (old lunar calendar) in 1871
  340. Incorporated into the then Kamigyo Ward in 1918, the area in the village was reorganized into five towns that were prefixed by 'Izumoji.'
  341. Incorporated to Hamada Prefecture on June 25 (old lunar calendar) in 1871
  342. Incorporated to Nikko Prefecture on July 17 (old lunar calendar) in 1870
  343. Incorporated to Obama Domain on September 17 (old lunar calendar) in 1870
  344. Incorporated to Sakai Prefecture on December 26 (old lunar calendar) in 1869
  345. Incorporated to Tottori Domain on November 23 (old lunar calendar) in 1870
  346. Incorporated to Yamaguchi Domain on June 19 (old lunar calendar) in 1871
  347. Incorrect: 1689-162960+1= 61 at death (59)
  348. Increase of kokyowa
  349. Increased Size of Castles
  350. Increased agricultural production and the growing independence of artisans caused markets to spring up and expand in places ideally situated for commerce between or within cities.
  351. Increased instability under the Heike government
  352. Increased quantities of ingredients make the environmental change bigger for the yeast.
  353. Increased taxes were imposed on the people and made them suffer from more poverty, leading to their increased dissatisfaction with the Qing dynasty.
  354. Increased to 1,000,000 koku.
  355. Increasing numbers of people use this approach because of the high compatibility with electronic data and the convenience of sending the nengajo.
  356. Increasing profit by these official services and business was difficult, but the Edo shogunate made efforts in preserving and developing shukuba by granting various privileges such as Jishimenkyo, distribution of rice as various salary, and loans.
  357. Increasing the number of soldiers by absorbing gozoku (local ruling families) around the area and Yoshisada's own relatives, his forces advanced for Musashi Province crossing over the Tone-gawa River.
  358. Increasing the scope to include Hyogo Prefecture, Kyoto Prefecture and Osaka Prefecture increases this number to 50 percent.
  359. Increasing volume: In the age where sanbai zojo seishu (literally, three-time increased sake) was in full flower, alcohol adding was carried out often in order to increase the amount of sake.
  360. Increasingly more samurai were appointed to these positions, leading to the appearance of the jito (manager and lord of manor) position during the Kamakura period.
  361. Increasingly, there are cases in which white-rot fungus (such as bracket fungus) propagates and the infected trees must be cut down; particularly, the trees planted in parks and streets are in serious condition.
  362. Incriptions relating to the origin of giboshi are sometimes present on those used in bridges.
  363. Incumbency
  364. Incumbent from June 30, 1898 to November 8, 1898.
  365. Indeed in China, since the special privilege of exemption from labor was given to priests, many priests with the purpose of exemption from labor appeared, and because of that, the government established various restraining policies and regulations, such as limiting the numbers of priests receiving tokudo.
  366. Indeed the doll's white face and clothes remind me of god, but I cannot still believe the miraculous power in the doll."
  367. Indeed this theory may help dissipate the unnaturalness that Emperor Tenmu possessed the Kusanagi no tsurugi for 18 years from 668 to 686 without returning it.
  368. Indeed, Denzaemon TANAKA and Shoemon SAWADA were the soldiers who captured Mitsunari.
  369. Indeed, Edo was established west of the Sumidagawa River estuary which served as a provincial border between Musashi Province and Shimosa Province, and Hibiya inlet stretched across the area where the Edo Castle was later constructed.
  370. Indeed, Suzuki never worked with Keisuke KINOSHITA as his assistant director.
  371. Indeed, a peaceful, tranquil place where tree peony flowers are in bloom.
  372. Indeed, a significant number of farm plots and samurai residences existed in Shuinchi (lands allocated for temples and shrines).
  373. Indeed, all of his concerns were gone, and the power of the government increased from day to day.
  374. Indeed, had I been in Kanto (eastern Japan), I too would have become Yoshitoki's ally," and with these words fell into disgrace with the retired Emperor Gotoba.
  375. Indeed, it is difficult to find another politician with a sensibility like Saionji's.
  376. Indeed, it is said (in the "Kasshi yawa" (Evening Talks of the Kasshi-cycle Year)) that the only thing of note in Mitsunari's mansion was a letter of thanks sent to Mitsunari from Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  377. Indeed, it wasn't as if he liked sake all along.
  378. Indeed, one can imagine the look he must have had on his face when he came home from a long trip, crawled to get on the En (governor general of Kakibe) and said "ahhh".
  379. Indeed, some heroic tales of principles who died protecting the goshin-ei portrait in the Great Kanto Earthquake, air raids and fires have been passed on.
  380. Indeed, the end result of Kenu's diplomacy was to provoke attacks against him by both kingdoms.
  381. Indeed, the plan has reached the stage of surveying the area and the acquisition of land has begun.
  382. Indeed, the toponym of Yamanouchisho, Kamakura (Yamanouchi, Kamakura City, Kanagawa Prefecture) became the basis for reading the family name of Sudo Yamanouchi clan as 'Yamanouchi.'
  383. Indeed, two of Toei's most successful directors who strengthened the company, Noribumi SUZUKI and Ikuo SEKIMOTO, dropped out from studies at Ritsumeikan University and didn't attend higher education respectively.
  384. Indeed, what is important how she moved during the dance--that despite being a weak woman, she forgot her shyness and threw herself into the Sarugaku dance, half-naked, breasts exposed, using her heels to pound out the steps onto the ground while bending her heels towards her inner thighs and twisting her toes to face out.
  385. Indengo, Jidengo, and Kengo are related to Ingo.
  386. Indenso (introducing officer): they were in charge of relaying various messages to the retired emperor.
  387. Independence Party and Serving the Great Party
  388. Independence and Return of Umewaka-ryu
  389. Independence and honryo-ando (acknowledgment for inherited estate)
  390. Independence of 'Department of Political Science'
  391. Independence of 'political science' in academic research of modern Japan was closely related to the background of foundation of Kokkagakkai.
  392. Independence of judicial powers
  393. Independence of the Shinzaburo family and craftsmen
  394. Independent : The head temple Shinagawa Honko-ji Temple, Kazusa ten temples including Togane Saifuku-ji Temple and Tanaka Hoko-ji Temple.
  395. Independent Party (Mushozoku-dan) refers to a faction within the Diet of the House of Peers under the Constitution of the Empire of Japan.
  396. Independent Party or Mushozoku-dan
  397. Independent assembly members formed a new faction, the People's Forum Maizuru, in December 2005.
  398. Independent branch of the Tendai sect
  399. Independent of these Otogi Zoshi, there is a collection of short stories called "Otogizoshi" that Osamu DAZAI wrote on the subject of Japanese folk stories.
  400. Independent rakugoka
  401. Independent town names
  402. Independent town names in the east part of the Ward have succeeded most of the borders and names of the towns since the early-modern times.
  403. Independently from these, it is recorded in "Historia de Iapan" of Luis Frois that, several months before the incident, there was such quarrel as Mitsuhide said something and then Nobunaga shouted and Mitsuhide immediately came out the room and returned to his place.
  404. Independently of the Junin Ryogae, wakiryogae exchangers in Osaka formed two nakama-soshiki unions, the Sango Zeniya Nakama (Union of Copper Exchangers in Sango, i.e., Group Kita, Group Minami and Group Tenman) and the Minami Nakama Ryogae (Union of Exchangers in Minami).
  405. Index that shows how transparent produced sake is
  406. Index to Laws in Japan, run by the National Diet Library, mentions that the imperial decree of the practice of assigning one era name to the reign of each Emperor was lost its effectiveness by the Era Name Law which was established in 1979.
  407. India
  408. India and the south Asian World
  409. India has started efforts to introduce high-speed railway lines in earnest.
  410. India mourned for 3 days, and Bhutan mourned a month (Japan mourned for 2 days).
  411. India, where Buddhism originated, produces many fragrant woods, and Ko plays an important role in preventing odor resulting from the hot climate.
  412. India, which is a tropical country, often produces foul odors in life.
  413. India-ink on paper portrait of Shoichi-kokushi attributed to Kitsuzan Mincho (Iwaue zo)
  414. India-ink on silk portrait of Yuima koji
  415. Indian Buddhism
  416. Indian Mikkyo/Tibetan Buddhism
  417. Indian Spaghetti (curry-flavored pasta)
  418. Indian flying fox
  419. Indian food
  420. Indian food Thai street stalls sell for are curry, Naan (a leavened, oven-baked flatbread), and Tandoori (the cooking method which use the clay ovens to cook meat and bread at very high heat in a short amount of time).
  421. Indian python
  422. Indian-ink drawings by Ekaku HAKUIN
  423. Indicating a governmental post in the Edo bakufu, or the head of the Oban that was an organization of soldiers.
  424. Indication criteria
  425. Indication of residential address based on 'Act on Indication of Residential Address' is not implemented in Kyoto City, and the official town names within the city are based on 'Municipal Ordinance of Jurisdiction Districts of Kyoto City' (Act No. 7 of Kyoto Municipal Ordinance, April 1, 1949).
  426. Indication of residential address by the use of street names
  427. Indications of bathing
  428. Indications of drinking (at present, no facility for drinking)
  429. Indigenous horses of Japan from that time were as small as a modern day pony, but bushi sought a good horse that was the biggest and strongest among them.
  430. Indigenous people Maori knew the benefits of hot springs and used them for recuperation.
  431. Indigenous people living in Amazon tropical rain forest also took that accepting civilization means adopting western clothes.
  432. Indigenous products
  433. Indignant Mitsuyuki persuaded Ujikiyo in Izumi Province under control to join him in plotting a rebellion together.
  434. Indigo
  435. Indigo cotton fabrics stitched with white threads are classic, but more colors for both fabrics and threads are available these days.
  436. Indigo should be used by putting a few drops of glue solution into a plate, kneading it, drying it by heating and dissolving it by adding a few drops of water and kneading with a finger.
  437. Indigo: Berlin blue (Bero-ai, or Prussian blue)
  438. Indigo: Indigo plant (plant), blue Asiatic dayflower
  439. Indirect striking: Not by directly striking stones with hammers but by indirectly striking stones covered with deer's horns or chisel made of animal bones to peel off a piece of stone (called a flake) and making a stone blade from it.
  440. Indirectly Controlled Shijo
  441. Indiscreetly ignoring the invitation of the host and sitting in a seat nearer the door may be interpreted as a sign that you do not appreciate the host's locale and wish to leave soon so care needs to be taken.
  442. Individual Certification
  443. Individual Certification is given to individual holders, General Certification is given to holders as an organized group, and Preservation Group Certification is given to the holders of a group.
  444. Individual Certification is intended for the what they refer to as 'Living National Treasure,' or in other words, highly skilled 'masters' in their field.
  445. Individual Certification' and 'General Certification' prevails within the fields of performing arts, such as plays and music, while 'Individual Certification' and 'Preservation Group Certification' mainly occurs in the field of technical arts.
  446. Individual games and team games are played.
  447. Individual moat settlements were developed beyond the end of Early Yayoi period in preparation for conflicts between villages over the control of land and water, as wet-rice cultivation became established in various districts on the west side of the Nobi Plain.
  448. Individual notes ("Iki no Muraji Hakatoko no Fumi" (The Book of Iki no Muraji Hakatoko), "Naniwa no Kishi Ohito no Fumi (The Book of Naniwa no Kishi Ohito) (難波吉士男人書), and "Korai Samon Doken Nippon Seiki" (高麗沙門道顯日本世記), ("The Diary of Ato no Sukune no Chitoko" and "The Diary of Tsuki no Muraji Omi" which appear in "Shaku Nihongi"))
  449. Individualism and idealism won attention among the educated people.
  450. Individuals Granted Use of One of the Characters from Yoshinori's Real Name
  451. Individuals for which there are secondary historical sources
  452. Individuals from the upper rungs of peasants and village headman permitted to dress as samurai, use a surname and wear a pair of swords.
  453. Individuals in which there are letters of evidence
  454. Individuals included as part of the Thirty Six Families of Kume took orders from the Ryukyu monarchy, studied Chinese culture,including language and music, in mainland China, principally Fujian Province.
  455. Individuals inheriting or appointed to gokenin status were not granted audiences with the shogun (as a hatamoto (direct retainer) could expect.
  456. Individuals of this status would be registered at a government office such as the Court of the National Granaries (Sinong Si) and work three one month shifts per year.
  457. Individuals or groups have attained a high level of mastery in certain skills.
  458. Individuals or groups who have attained mastery in certain skills can be certified by the Japanese government as the preservers of their art and they receive support to ensure their continuation.
  459. Individuals recognized by their high degree of skill are able to join the above mentioned groups (generally they are chosen or recommended by current members).
  460. Individuals which are suspected to have had a relationship
  461. Individuals who were peasants and townspeople (eg. prosperous merchants or wealthy farmers) were awarded samurai status (by becoming goshi) as a reward for monetary tributes paid to the daimyo or in recognition of developments in new pursuits.
  462. Indo
  463. Indo Jizo (Jizo who recites a requiem)
  464. Indo also means the act and the proper ritual of bestowing Buddhist words.
  465. Indo has expanded in meaning to be a Buddhist word that also describes the prayers a monk says to the dead after reading the sutra, which is one of the rituals performed at Buddhist funerals.
  466. Indo means guiding the living to the correct teachings of Buddha.
  467. Indochina was then a support route of Britain and the United States to China under the Nationalist (Chiang Kai-sek) Government.
  468. Indonesia
  469. Indoor installation.
  470. Indoor practice center
  471. Indra
  472. Indrasailaguhaa
  473. Induction in the Shinsengumi and change of the times
  474. Industrial Crafts and Design
  475. Industrial Park
  476. Industrial Relations
  477. Industrial Use
  478. Industrial and technological materials (collected by Nihon Institute of Technology): 178 items (Nihon Institute of Technology)
  479. Industrial arts
  480. Industrial arts and ceramic art
  481. Industrial buildings such as factories
  482. Industrial district
  483. Industrial facilities are located along the National Route 1.
  484. Industrial parks behind the wharf
  485. Industrial population
  486. Industrial town
  487. Industrial wastes discharged from beverage plants manufacturing canned coffee are mostly coffee grounds generated by the extraction process.
  488. Industries
  489. Industries Division
  490. Industries in Maizuru City originally included oceanfront-type heavy industries such as shipbuilding, glass manufacturing and logging, with a boom in shipbuilding being seen in recent years.
  491. Industries which do regular business during the Bon festival may take the days equivalent to the summer holidays (three to five days) as holidays, staggered from July to September.
  492. Industry
  493. Industry Association Act
  494. Industry Association Act was the Japanese law which existed before.
  495. Industry park
  496. Industry population
  497. Ine Bay (a bay in Ine Town, Kyoto Prefecture)
  498. Ine Bay cruising
  499. Ine Bay is a bay located in Ine Town, Yosa County, Kyoto Prefecture.
  500. Ine Branch of JF Marine Bank Kyoto
  501. Ine Clinic - Ine - Ine Nursery School - Ohara-higashiguchi - Arai - Kodomari - Tsumo
  502. Ine Clinic - Ine - Toriya - Ine-Post Office - Jigenji-Temple-shita - Kameyama
  503. Ine FURUICHI
  504. Ine FURUICHI (year of birth unknown - 1505) is a priest and a Japanese military commander during the Sengoku period.
  505. Ine Fishing Port
  506. Ine KUSUMOTO
  507. Ine KUSUMOTO (May 31, 1827 - August 27, 1903) was an obstetrician and the first Japanese woman who learned the western medical science.
  508. Ine Line
  509. Ine Town Bus
  510. Ine Town Bus (community bus)
  511. Ine Town Bus is a community bus operated in Ine Town, Yosa-gun, Kyoto Prefecture.
  512. Ine Town bus
  513. Ine no Funaya Houses
  514. Ine remained unmarried all her life, but she had a daughter, Takako KUSUMOTO, with Kensuke ISHII,
  515. Ine route, Kamanyu route, Kyouga-misaki route
  516. Ine studied medical science from Keisaku NINOMIYA and Soken ISHII, who were Siebold's disciples, and learned Dutch from Zoroku MURATA (later Masujiro OMURA).
  517. Ine-cho
  518. Ine-cho Cooperative Association of Fisheries Honjoura Branch
  519. Ine-cho Cooperative Association of Fisheries Kamanyu Branch
  520. Ine-cho National Health Insurance Clinic
  521. Ine-cho National Health Insurance Honjo Clinic
  522. Ine-cho National Health Insurance Ine Clinic
  523. Ine-cho has no airports or railroads.
  524. Ine-cho is a town in Kyoto Prefecture.
  525. Ine-cho's second traffic signal was completed.
  526. Ine-choritsu Honjo Nursery School
  527. Ine-choritsu Ine Nursery School
  528. Ine-wan Bay
  529. Inen HIROSE
  530. Ineura (in Ine-cho)
  531. Ineura, Ine-cho, 2005, fishing village
  532. Ineura, Ine-cho, Kyoto Prefecture, fishing village
  533. Inevitability
  534. Inevitably (except when making guest appearance in Tokyo), leading actors were obliged to build a troupe together.
  535. Inevitably, the death rate of those criminals received this penalty type could have been high.
  536. Inexpensive eating places use pork cutlets as an ingredient of the Okinawan chanpon (stir-fried vegetables, meat and eggs with rice).
  537. Ineyaki (Ine chinaware)
  538. Infant comic (A comic for elementary school students)
  539. Infantry Sergeant Major Sekitaro IIJIMA (enshrined at the Yasukuni-jinja Shrine in 1885)
  540. Infants and children generally wore bibs like Kintaro (a hero of a fairy tale) did.
  541. Infectious diseases, famine, natural disaster, and other calamities are the manifestation of god, and a theory states that religious services in shrines started in awe of god to quell and seal these disasters and enshrine gods.
  542. Infighting triggered by the death of Shigeuji caused the authority of the Koga Kubo to eventually deteriorate, and with the death of the 5th Kubo, Yoshiuji ASHIKAGA in 1583, the Koga Kubo came to an end.
  543. Infiltration strategies were actually executed in a full scale.
  544. Inflammable liquid such as volatile oil, kerosene, light oil, alcohol, carbon disulfide (except materials for cigarette lighters and body warmers)
  545. Inflection of the Portuguese temperar (verb: referring to "add seasoning" or "firm up using oil") to third person singular is TEMPERA (e.g. add seasoning to food or firm up food using oil.)
  546. Inflow of Western dishes
  547. Influence
  548. Influence 1: Influence within China
  549. Influence 2: Influences on the world and East Asia
  550. Influence and History of Reception
  551. Influence and a history of the reception
  552. Influence and sequel of the incident
  553. Influence and value
  554. Influence and value as a source
  555. Influence by Rokujo Toke (the Rokujo Fujiwara family), of the same lineage, Takasue was talented in waka (traditional Japanese poem of thirty-one syllables), and his work was entered into the Chokusenshu (anthology of poems collected by Imperial command) such as shika wakashu (shika collection of Japanese poems).
  556. Influence for the future generations
  557. Influence from overseas
  558. Influence in after ages
  559. Influence of "Bankoku Koho" can be seen at the meeting between the minister from the Qing dynasty to Japan and Hong-jip KIM.
  560. Influence of "The Tales of Ise" on later works
  561. Influence of Chinese Thought
  562. Influence of Reform
  563. Influence of okage mairi upon rural villages
  564. Influence of the Hidetsugu Incident
  565. Influence of the battle
  566. Influence of the conclusion of the treaty
  567. Influence of the improvements to JR Sanin Main Line (Sagano Line)
  568. Influence on Future Generations
  569. Influence on Japanese culture
  570. Influence on Later Generations
  571. Influence on Other Literary Works
  572. Influence on Ryukyu
  573. Influence on Santoka TANEDA
  574. Influence on Yoshiharu TSUGE
  575. Influence on commerce and distribution
  576. Influence on environmental problem
  577. Influence on later generations
  578. Influence on literature and other entertainment
  579. Influence on overseas
  580. Influence on posterity
  581. Influence on the Japanese
  582. Influence on the Shinshu Education
  583. Influence on the Succeeding Political Situation
  584. Influence outside Japan
  585. Influence to Future Generations
  586. Influenced by Chinese poets of the Six Dynasties period and Juyi BAI of the Tang Dynasty, many of his poems are simple and frank, and are greatly appreciated even today.
  587. Influenced by Ju EMURA's Shakujodo-shisha (the term shisha refers to a Chinese poetry salon), Kien and his fellow scholars Ritsuzan SHIBANO and Soshu AKAMATSU established their own shisha called Sanpaku-sha.
  588. Influenced by Kasama ware, the manufacture of Mashiko ware started in the middle of the nineteenth century.
  589. Influenced by Keiichiro RYU's novel 'Ichimuan Furyuki' and its comic version 'Hana no Keiji: Kumo no Kanata ni,' he is seen as a strong warrior and a battle master of the highest level.
  590. Influenced by Koretari YOSHIKAWA, he also became seriously involved in Shinto research.
  591. Influenced by Masakata, he came to know Renga, and went to Kyoto to study it.
  592. Influenced by Nanmei KAMEI, he enrolled in a government-backed school operated by Kien MINAGAWA and immersed himself in writing the book "Genen" (Fundamental Flow), whereby he criticized the old-fashioned medicine based on Onmyo-gogyo-setsu (Chinese traditional pseudo-science built on five elements).
  593. Influenced by Saga-bon, other books such as kana-zoshi (story book written in kana during the early Edo period (primarily for the enlightenment and entertainment of women and children)), joruri-bon (books of scripts of joruri - the narrative which accompanies a Bunraku puppet show) and hyoban-ki (books of public estimation on various matters) adopted engraved plate illustrations.
  594. Influenced by Shigetsune, his elder brother, he took interest in haikai, and went on to study Sinology and Chinese classical poems at Gyogi Private School run by Shoken KIKUCHI.
  595. Influenced by Shigeyoshi NABESHIMA, the feudal lord of Takeo, he adapted kaimei (enlightenment) policy and in 1834, he founded Igakukan (medical school) in the castle town of Saga-jo Castle.
  596. Influenced by Zendo's "Kanmuryoju-kyosho (Kangyosho)" (Commentary on the Meditation Sutra) at the age of 43 in 1175, he began to pursue senju-nenbutsu (Exclusive Nenbutsu), and he left Mt. Hiei-zan to live in Higashiyama Yoshimizu and began to spread the teaching of Nenbutsu.
  597. Influenced by disintegration of the royal lineage, disintegration among temples was developed.
  598. Influenced by his adoptive father, who was known as a book collector, he studied hard and was highly praised as 'a talent of the period' by Iehiro KONOE, who would later be a political enemy.
  599. Influenced by his father, Kaneyoshi, Fuyuyoshi showed a passion for literature, lectured on Kokon Wakashu (Collection of Ancient and Modern Times), and edited Shinsen Tsukubashu (Collection of Waka Japanese poetry during the late Muromachi Period).
  600. Influenced by his father, he became a Christian in his early life.
  601. Influenced by his foster mother Sugi no Okata, he made a habit of facing the sun and saying a Buddhist prayer every morning.
  602. Influenced by jiuta, some chokas, which had almost the same structure as the tegoto of jiuta in terms of musical structure and had long 'aikata' (partner) songs, were composed in the end of the Edo period.
  603. Influenced by synchronized Shinto and Buddhism, some Shinto shinji were derived from ceremonies that include releasing captive animals.
  604. Influenced by the Sakuradamongai Incident, he later stayed in Mito with aspirations for Sonno Joi (19th century slogan advocating reverence for the Emperor and the expulsion of foreigners).
  605. Influenced by the Thirty-six Master Poets, other master poet designations such as the Medieval 36 Master Poets and Nyobo sanjurokkasen (Thirty-six female poets of Nyobo sanjurokunin utaawase) were established later on.
  606. Influenced by the education of this period, some people have suffered from the aftermath, such as not being able to have their ethnic language and their ethnic and cultural identities being jeopardized.
  607. Influenced by the materialist concept of history, Tadashi ISHIMODA and others positioned the bushi as the reformer who pushed out the ancient governing class such as the aristocrats and religious power of influence and brought on the medieval times.
  608. Influenced by the missionary works of his Shingon Risshu sect, giving Buddhist precepts to ama had been gradually admitted.
  609. Influenced by the movie, the fair-skinned champion of justice and Sojuro-zukin became an inseparable match in the historical drama after that.
  610. Influenced by the popularity of photography in his time, there were commercial photographic portraits publisher of Kabuki actors known as "shashinjo" photo studio in 1870, upon which he produced woodblock prints using the shadow method, only to be proven unsuccessful.
  611. Influenced by the prevalence of the tea ceremony, the menkawabashira (a pillar or post rafter or batten usually made of cedar or cypress, which has four planed sides but retains natural texture, including the bark, untouched at the corners) was used, and light, easy and elaborate designs were devised.
  612. Influenced by the study of (ancient) Japanese literature and culture, Motoakira undertook a major revision of noh poetry and prose known as the 'Meiwa no Kaitei' (lit. Major Revision during the Meiwa era) and compiled utaibon (books of words and musical notation for noh plays); this book has the names of its writers annotated in the catalogue of the book.
  613. Influenced by the thought, Honen valued it as 'sangyo Ichiron' (the three sutras and one commentary) along with 'Jodo sanbu kyo' (the three Pure Land sutras).
  614. Influenced by western confectionery and Chinese sweets (moon cakes), it was developed after the Meiji period.
  615. Influenced in particular by the Chinese continent, ryokuyu toki was so popular among nobles during the Heian period that production in the government craft centers established in the Kinai region (the five capital provinces surrounding the ancient capitals of Nara and Kyoto) were unable to keep up with demand.
  616. Influences
  617. Influences after ages
  618. Influences and consequences
  619. Influences from "Bankoku Koho" can be seen in Charter Oath of Five Articles as basic policy of the Meiji government.
  620. Influences of dramas and novels
  621. Influences of namazu-e
  622. Influences on decree of the new Meiji government
  623. Influences to Later Generations
  624. Influences/Results
  625. Influential families or temples and shrines who accumulated manors in such a manner are called Honke (head family).
  626. Influential figures among the Yuhitsu were called Gozenbugyonin (also Gozenshu, Gozensatashu and Onshokatashu) and were allowed to participate in Gozensata (Shogunal hearings) that were presided over by the seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians").
  627. Influential gokenin had a dankazura (a road which is one step higher than other areas) built by soil and stones with Yoritomo himself directing the construction.
  628. Influential gokenin, includiing the Hojo clan made up of Yoriie's maternal family, alienated Yoriie and held a council system with thirteen members to suppress his dictatorship.
  629. Influential local lords
  630. Influential merchants and peasants both inside and outside of Sanda Domain guaranteed these han bills.
  631. Influential migrant clans in ancient Japan only began voluntarily changing their places of origin from the eighth century.
  632. Influential shugodaimyo such as Doyo were offended by the behavior of the Shiba clan and people whispered that these opponents were plotting to kill Takatsune in July 1363.
  633. Influxes of warm currents have influence of the temperate climate of Japan.
  634. Infobox Buddhist
  635. Informal Wafuku draw attention as casual fashion.
  636. Informal Wafuku is worn easier than formal Wafuku and some are low priced as they are mass-produced, but few people wear Wafuku as their everyday clothes.
  637. Informal costume
  638. Informal kaiseki
  639. Informal kaiseki (meal served during the doeml tea ceremony) which contains various foods in a crosswise-partitioned lunchbox.
  640. Informally, however, they are sometimes carried out together.
  641. Informatics Research Center for Development of Knowledge Society Infrastructure
  642. Information
  643. Information Center of Keihan Bus Hirakatashi Station, Korien Station, Neyagawashi Station, and Moriguchishi Station.
  644. Information Science
  645. Information Science, Electrical and Electronic Science
  646. Information System Design in Cooperation with the Society
  647. Information about Nearby Spots
  648. Information about aspects such as the lifestyles, drill manuals and the hints of ashigaru of the time is known from "Zohyo Monogatari" (Stories of Common Soldiers).
  649. Information about bus locations, including bus stops where display units aren't provided, is given through Poke-Roke (bus locations in a pocket) on the internet or cell phones.
  650. Information about him is provided in this section.
  651. Information about his life afterward, including the year of his death, is unknown.
  652. Information about its slopes
  653. Information about kosa
  654. Information about kosa, and weather information about kosa
  655. Information about nearby sightseeing spots
  656. Information about nearby spots
  657. Information about owners in 1919 is based on "Hiho Sanju-roku Kasen no Ruten: Emaki Setsudan" in References.
  658. Information about precaution for kosa
  659. Information about the surrounding areas
  660. Information about using the museum
  661. Information and Computer Science
  662. Information and Cultural Studies
  663. Information at sightseeing spots occasionally call a residence with an entrance and shikidai (step in a Japanese entranceway) as 'Buke-zukuri style,' confusing 'Buke-yashiki,' (a samurai residence in the Edo period) with 'Buke-zukuri style,' but this is not the correct usage.
  664. Information brought to Kyoto
  665. Information desk of Azuchi Municipal "Azuchi-jo Tenshu, Nobunaga no Yakata"
  666. Information for Nearby Spots
  667. Information for nearby spots
  668. Information for visitors
  669. Information of Nearby Spot
  670. Information of Nearby spot
  671. Information of tea and tea processing tools are displayed.
  672. Information on nearby spots
  673. Information on neighboring sightseeing spots
  674. Information on publications over time is summarized using information from the first printings.
  675. Information on the Street
  676. Information on the author is largely deficient, and there is no definitive theory on who the author was.
  677. Information on the line
  678. Information on the location.
  679. Information on the surrounding
  680. Information regarding 'Dialects and sorobun' taken from "Tegami Koza Vol. 1" (volume 1, Lesson of writing a letter) edited by Tsutomu IGARASHI et al., issued by Heibonsha in 1935.
  681. Information room
  682. Information such as costs, construction periods, and construction companies are included.
  683. Information such as names of counties are written in the outer space surrounding the map of Japan drawn in "Nansenbushu Dainihon Seito-zu" (Human Living World Japan Orthodox Map) (formerly owned by Denko-ji Temple and presently owned by Toshodai-ji Temple) which is said to have been written in 1557 in the Sengoku period.
  684. Information within Japan
  685. Information, communication and mass media
  686. Information:
  687. Information: Maizuru Floral & Green Public Corporation; phone: 0773-68-1187
  688. Information: phone: 0773-64-5454 (the office of Aobasanroku-koen Park)
  689. Informed about the defeat, the 6th company of the Hoyoku-tai troop, the 5th company of the Raigeki-tai troop, the 1st company of the Hachiku-tai troop, and other two troops, all of which stationed in Nakagami Village, the 3rd company of the Hoyoku-tai troop in Hiyodorigoe and the 5th company of the Hoyoku-tai troop in Tonohara retreated to Ohata.
  690. Informed by Tanemichi HATANO of the situation, Harumoto HOSOKAWA ordered Katsunaga MIYOSHI and Masanaga MIYOSHI to proceed with their army, entered Sakai from Awa Province, occupied Horijo Castle in Nakajima on January 5, 1527, and saw the new year (according to the old lunar calendar) with it still under their control.
  691. Informed of the intention of Emperor Sushun, Umako made a decision to kill him.
  692. Informed of the invasion, Kagekatsu UESUGI was forced to quickly return to Kasugayama-jo Castle.
  693. Informed of this, Teruhiro abandoned his efforts in Yamaguchi and made for the coast in an attempt to escape by sea.
  694. Informed of this, however, Rengo figured that fighting against Saneaki, deputy head priest, would be a rebellion against the head priest of Hongan-ji Temple, and gave an order to get the followers in the Kinai and Tokai regions to go to the rescue of the Chosho-ji Temple.
  695. Infrastructure was improved, which led prevention of infectious diseases and increase of the birth rate, and Japanization and teaching of Japanese and Hangeul were pursued in educational facilities.
  696. Infrequently, limited express trains bound for Fukuchiyama and trains bound for Kyoto use Platform 3.
  697. Infuriated, Umako sent his men to kill YAMATO no Aya no Koma.
  698. Ingada, Angaja
  699. Inge
  700. Inge (a branch temple to support services of the main temple) and jun inge (status of temples equivalent to "Inge" (a branch temple to support service of the main temple)) were formed as lower-ranking Jikaku.
  701. Inge can refer to:
  702. Ingen's "Obaku-shingi" (Obaku code of conduct) had a great impact on the rehabilitation of religious code of conduct of Japanese Zen sects which began to be lapsed at that time, and the book was viewed as a valued model for the religious reform movement of Soto Sect led by Dohaku MANZAN.
  703. Ingen, who came to Japan from Ming China in 1654, spread the Obaku sect.
  704. Ingen-mame (隠元豆) (Common bean)
  705. Ingen-mame,' which was named after Ingen who brought to Japan, is a farm product of a pea family native to Latin America.
  706. Ingo
  707. Ingo (a title given to a Buddhist)
  708. Ingo (a title of a temple), "Kengoin," is derived from two Chinese characters "遣 (to send)" and "迎 (to receive)," meaning that Shaka sends people to Jodo (the Pure Land of Amida Buddha) and Amida welcomes people into the Pure Land.
  709. Ingo (title of nobles).
  710. Ingo as Kaimyo
  711. Ingo as a title of a temple
  712. Ingo as an honorific title of Nyoin
  713. Ingo as an honorific title of the Retired Emperor
  714. Ingo for good treatment of the Imperial Family
  715. Ingo is not used in Takada school.
  716. Ingo means followings.
  717. Ingo' is sometimes put in front of homyo.
  718. Ingo' was originally a name given to the person who contributed greatly enough to build the temple.
  719. Ingo, a title given to a Buddhist temple was Naionin
  720. Ingo, which was originally conferred on only the Emperor and three Empresses: the Empress, the Empress Dowager and the Grand Empress Dowager, began being conferred among subjects when the chief adviser to the Emperor, FUJIWARA no Kaneie called himself as Hokoin.
  721. Ingo: posthumous Buddhist name that includes "in."
  722. Ingredient for cocktail
  723. Ingredients
  724. Ingredients (200 cc over as cooked)
  725. Ingredients are immersed (or dipped) in soy sauce-based seasoning liquid for a while.
  726. Ingredients are not restricted when just labeling "shochu group Otsu" or "single distilled shochu."
  727. Ingredients are the same as regular tempura with the exception that chicken and other meats are used for Nagasaki-tempura.
  728. Ingredients are white meat fish and vegetables.
  729. Ingredients called "tane (or, neta)" are dipped in a batter made with eggs and flour, then deep-fried in heated oil.
  730. Ingredients causing such turbidness are called ori and sake is left in the tank as it is for a while in order to let them precipitate.
  731. Ingredients commonly used almost all across Japan
  732. Ingredients of canned coffee
  733. Ingredients of konnyaku
  734. Ingredients of retort foods are attached to some of them and it is recommended to warm up the ingredients in hot water for some products.
  735. Ingredients sometimes include button mushrooms, shimeji mushrooms, king trumpet mushrooms, or thin sliced pieces of Chinese black mushrooms or carrots.
  736. Ingredients such as atsuage (thick fried tofu), dried shiitake mushrooms, carrots, konjac, bamboo shoots, knotted konbu kelp, Japanese taro and daikon (Japanese giant radish) are cut into small cubes yet large enough not to become mushy when simmered.
  737. Ingredients such as eel, saury, conger eel, pike eel, loach, blue spotted mud hopper, lamprey eel and snake are used.
  738. Ingredients that may be added depending on the area or the preference
  739. Ingredients used to cook Gyunabe Udon are similar to those in Sukiyaki, such as beef, onion, yakidofu (grilled bean curd), and sometimes garland chrysanthemum.
  740. Ingredients, salted, are immersed (or dipped) in vinegar.
  741. Ingu bunkoku provinces and chigyo-koku provinces increased rapidly in the insei period (during the period of the government by the Retired Emperor) (in the latter half the 11th century and later).
  742. Ingu kyu
  743. Ingubunkokusei
  744. Ingyo's retainers did not follow the Crown Prince Kinashi no Karu no Miko due to his previous conviction for incest, and they took side with the Crown Prince's younger brother, Anaho no Miko.
  745. Inhabitants who want the area to be selected as nationally important historic buildings district urged the city to go ahead with the townscape preservation plan independently of the bridge construction plan.
  746. Inhale air through the mouth and exhale through the nose to check the aroma (retronasal aroma).
  747. Inhale the smoke of tobacco slowly and softly.
  748. Inheritance Tax Law
  749. Inheritance to Kyoto Hosei (law and politics) School
  750. Inherited King Munseong conducted amnesty straight after his enthronement (August, 839) and gave Bogo JANG the official rank of naval commander and formal attire for his great achievement.
  751. Inherited the fifth generation title in 1955.
  752. Inherited the fourth generation title in 1933.
  753. Inherited the role of head of the family in September 1990.
  754. Inheriting such a historical document-compiling tradition, the compilation of "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), the first official document about Japanese history, was completed during the first half of the 8th century when a unified nation based on Ritsuryo codes was established.
  755. Inheriting the banshu system in the palace in the Kamakura period, Hokoshu were the gokenin who were differenciated from general gokenin (an immediate vassal of the shogunate in the Kamakura and Muromachi through Edo periods) or jito (manager and lord of manor) and closely waited on thier shogun (otomoshu, literally, the attendant group).
  756. Inishikiiribiko no mikoto
  757. Inishikiiribiko no mikoto (五十瓊敷入彦命) was a member of the Imperial family (Royal family), who is said to have been lived in the Kofun period (tumulus period), according to "Kojiki " (The Record of Ancient Matters) and "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan).
  758. Inishikiiribiko no mikoto is highly respected even today as the shusaijin (main enshrined deities) of Inama-jinja Shrine.
  759. Initial Ekiben was quite simple as it included only rice balls and takuan (pickled radish) wrapped in a bamboo sheath.
  760. Initial Period
  761. Initial Yayoi period
  762. Initial name: Yoshimori
  763. Initial policies were mainly the order to encourage a frugal life and the issue of local paper currency, but in the middle of the 18th century a monopoly system of local specialties, such as salt and ceramics, was introduced in many domains.
  764. Initial rail lines
  765. Initial stage of baiu front
  766. Initially 10 towns were prefixed by 'Kisshoin Shima,' including Nomazume-cho (the former Oaza Kisshoin).
  767. Initially Fujiko came in Kyoto Gosho (Imperial Palace) as a court lady and served Tsuneko HASHIMOTO (Kangyoin) who was Naishi no suke (handmaid) for Emperor Ninko.
  768. Initially Harumichi politely refused the request, however, for Kanetane's repeated requests with all eagerness, at last he accepted it.
  769. Initially Komuso wore an ordinary bamboo hat and were draped in a white robe.
  770. Initially Muramune advanced unopposed by defeating Kataharu YANAGIMOTO who was a leader of the Harumoto party and Nariharu BESSHO who opposed to Muramune in Higashiharima.
  771. Initially Prince Hiroyasu succeeded the Kacho no Miya family, however his younger brother and successor of the Fushimi no Miya family, Prince Kunika was not well, Prince Hiroyasu returned to Fushimi no Miya to take over the family name.
  772. Initially Shigemochi took service with the Rokkaku clan, a daimyo in the Sengoku period in the southern Omi Province.
  773. Initially Zoyakumen kei shoen were regarded as the cases that were seen mainly in kinai region (provinces surrounding Kyoto and Nara), but thanks to Keiichi KUDO's research on the cases in Kyushu, it is now believed that such cases were seen across the nation.
  774. Initially as described above, it was common that Daijokan approved claims of gunji and farmers and dismissed the kokushi.
  775. Initially became a priest in Tenryu-ji Temple, but later became an adopted son of his uncle, Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA.
  776. Initially because of a need for administration of rural areas etc, samurai status was conferred upon surviving retainers of the previous domain rulers (Konishi and Kato clans) who had returned to farming as well as local clans.
  777. Initially belonging to the Chomei-za troupe of the Yamashiro Sarugaku group, Sogen transferred to the Hosho school after the Chomei-za troupe was merged into the Kongo school.
  778. Initially for generations seii taishogun was a fellow Genpei (Minamoto clan and Taira clan) clansman but that status has no bearing.'
  779. Initially he did not receive the Emperor's order and he was named Prince Koreyasu, later he became Seii Taishogun (literally, "Great General who subdues the barbarians"), he was demoted from nobility to subject and received the name of MINAMOTO no Asomi, he returned to the Imperial Family after that and received the title to become Imperial Prince from the Emperor.
  780. Initially he learned calligraphy from 蜂賀仁助寿仁 but, in 1812 at the age of 33 he joined the (Buddhist) priesthood as a pupil of chief priest Daido-Jokei of Renge-ji Temple located at Suga village in Owari Province.
  781. Initially he lived in Chikurin-in at Kitadani on Mt. Hiei, and later he lived in Agui a satobo (priest lodge in village) of the Chikurin-in.
  782. Initially he planned to collect ten plays, however, compiled only six plays..
  783. Initially he resided at Manju-in Temple in Rakuhoku and later moved to Kitadani Toyo-in Temple of Mt. Hiei
  784. Initially he was a monk named Zuiho and was a disciple of Gakuin osho (monk) of Shokoku-ji Temple.
  785. Initially he was adopted by the Hamuro family and took the name Akihiro HAMURO; however, he subsequently returned to his parents' Mikohidari family home and changed his name.
  786. Initially he was named Takamatsunomiya.
  787. Initially he was the 2nd generational lord of the Nobeoka domain in Hyuga Province.
  788. Initially he went by the name of 'Yorinao MATSUDAIRA.'
  789. Initially his sobriquet was Ryonen but was changed to Ryoo at a later time.
  790. Initially his surname was HAYASHI, but later on, as he married an heress of Shigemichi INABA in Mino Province, he changed his surname from Hayashi to Inaba.
  791. Initially in the bygone Heian period there was a custom that prostitutes assumed elegant names.
  792. Initially interested in architecture, Vories was admitted to MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) but opted to enter Colorado College instead due to his family's budgetary situation.
  793. Initially it belonged to the Tendai sect, but when Getsurin Doko entered this temple as a priest in 1339, it was restored as a temple of the Rinzai sect.
  794. Initially it is reported as the oldest onigiri because the trail of pressing by human fingers were remained in this carbonized rice.
  795. Initially it was a teahouse located at a rest stop along a steep mountain pass road but, as a shop it managed to prosper to a large degree.
  796. Initially it was called 'Niiho,' 'Kamiho' or 'Shinbo,' but a proposal for the name 'Kame no o' (king of turtles) was devised, taking a character from the name of the selector.
  797. Initially it was called Ryosen-ji Temple and became the place of imperial prayer for the emperors Koko and Uda.
  798. Initially it was only for the men; then women were allowed to listen to the lecture in another room behind the shoji (partitions that can divide the interior of a building into separate rooms) since many women desired to attend.
  799. Initially it's length was slightly longer, five to six sun (about 15 cm to 18 cm), but short length products became the mainstream from the late stage of the Edo period.
  800. Initially joining forces with the Sabaku-ha (supporters of the Shogun) during the last days of the Tokugawa shogunate, as more domains of Omi Province took sides with the new government, the Miyagawa Domain was left with no other choice than to follow them.
  801. Initially she is called Murasaki no kimi, but once she becomes Hikaru Genji's wife she is called Murasaki no ue.
  802. Initially she was named Matsuhime.
  803. Initially the Sotoku-fu established public clinics throughout Taiwan and brought in doctors from Japan to halt the spread of infectious diseases.
  804. Initially the company name shown in the opening credits had the names of the former companies listed vertically and overlapping the Daiei logo.
  805. Initially the product used two portions of burdock but these days it is more common just to use one piece.
  806. Initially there used to be Kiyomasa KATO's villa and later there was the second city residence of the Ii family.
  807. Initially these vocational schools were two years, but extended to four years after the Pacific War broke out to educate technical experts in Taiwan.
  808. Initially they aligned with the Ogasawara clan of Shinano Province in battles against the Takeda clan however, in 1561 on behalf of Morimasa NISHINA they fell to the Takeda Clan whereby Morinobu NISHINA (the 5th son of Shingen TAKEDA) was adopted into the family and became successor of the Nishina clan.
  809. Initially they were associated with the Oba faction; however, when MINAMOTO no Yoritomo raised his army, they were the first to ride with him and were bestowed the characters for "Ichiban" on their family crest.
  810. Initially, Daigaku-ryo offered four subjects: Kyo (Confucianism) and San (mathematics) as well as two supplementary subjects, Sho (calligraphy) and On (Chinese pronunciation).
  811. Initially, Daikokuten was worshipped as a deity of destruction and abundant harvest.
  812. Initially, Emperor Meiji intended to issue Shochoku to Hirobumi ITO who was going to retire chairman of Sumitsu-in (Privy Council).
  813. Initially, Faculty of Letters had a Department of English, Department of Cultural Studies and Department of Sociology, but each major in the Department of Cultural Studies was reorganized into each department when the Department of Sociology was reorganized as the Faculty of Social Studies in the 2005 academic year.
  814. Initially, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI inherited Nobunaga's Society of Jesus policy, but soon he became alarmed by its growing influence; consequently, on June 19, 1587, he issued an edict expelling Christians.
  815. Initially, Hikari stopped only at stations in large cities, and was the synonym for super-limited express in contrast to Kodama trains that stopped at every station on the line.
  816. Initially, Ieyasu made the Tokugawa clan look like it was groping for ways to coexist with the Toyotomi clan.
  817. Initially, Junan淳庵 was written as Junan純安 (it can be also pronounced Sumiyasu).
  818. Initially, Kangangiin learned the Tendai doctrine in the temple on Mt. Hiei and then studied Rinzai Zen under Dainichibo Nonin of the Nihon Daruma sect, after which he practiced Zen meditation under Dogen at Fukakusa, Yamashiro Province, in 1241.
  819. Initially, Kanroku resided at Asuka-ji Temple, Hoko-ji Temple affiliated with the pro-Baekje Soga clan and Genko-ji Temple, and founded Kurada-daiji Temple on Kudara River in the Yamato Province in 639.
  820. Initially, Kiyohiko AGO preferred the expression 'chokodai monjo' but did not use 'koshi koden.'
  821. Initially, Masatsugu's grandson Sadatsugu OIKAWA became a retainer of the KASAI clan in the earliest time, but he was exterminated due to the reasons described below.
  822. Initially, Mitsunari's western military group forces dominated the fight overwhelmingly.
  823. Initially, Mizoguchi did not take it seriously when Kazuo MIYAGAWA told him about his habit of trembling.
  824. Initially, Motonari took the castles at Sato-Kanayama and Sakurao, siding with Takafusa.
  825. Initially, Motonari was victorious.
  826. Initially, Okubo was not enthusiastic about the introduction of a parliamentary system (such as constitutional or party government).
  827. Initially, Roju was called Toshiyorishu (literally, old persons), and the name of Toshiyorishu was generally used among Hatamoto (direct retainers of the bakufu, which was a form of Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  828. Initially, Sadayo IMAGAWA (Ryoshun), who had been ordered to subdue Nancho powers such as Imperial Prince Kanenaga, assumed the position, but the Bakufu feared that Ryoshun would establish his own power in Kyushu; after Ryoshun was dismissed, descendants of the Shibukawa clan succeeded in the position.
  829. Initially, Sakimori was recruited in Togoku (eastern country, eastern provinces, Kanto provinces), but they were recruited only in Kyushu after 757 when the system of Yamato kingshio was established.
  830. Initially, Satondo NAGOYA and others, who sought to restore the Tokuyama domain, gathered farmers from villages and tried to appeal to the Hagi domain directly.
  831. Initially, Tadayuki went to the domain of Owari to become a samurai family, but upon his return to Kyoto he became Dainagon (chief councilor of state).
  832. Initially, Yoshimori WADA assumed the post of betto, but after Yoshimori died in the Wada battle, shikken (regent to the shogun) assumed the post as well.
  833. Initially, Yoshisato SUGAWARA, who was six generations after Sugawara no Michizane, built a sacred place in the Wakae District, Kawachi Province, under imperial command in 1018.
  834. Initially, Yusai HOSOKAWA (Yusai) from the Shugo family of upper Izumi Province supported the 15th shogun of the Muromachi bakufu, Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA, but later he served Nobunaga ODA, changing the surname to Nagaoka, and the family possessed 120,000 koku of Tango Province.
  835. Initially, a Kami (Director) (Sama no kami [Captain of Samaryo, Left Division of Bureau of Horses] and Uma no kami [Captain of Umaryo, Right Division of Bureau of Horses]) was appointed as a headman.
  836. Initially, a bowling center was located on the fourth floor.
  837. Initially, a person's goroku was composed by collecting and compiling the person's Mondoshu (collection of dialogues), which had been written by his disciples, after the person died.
  838. Initially, a prince of Emperor Junna, Prince Tsunesada, was recommended to become the crown prince; however, after the Showa Incident (842) Prince Tsunesada was dethroned, so instead Emperor Nimmyo's first prince, Michiyasu, became the crown prince.
  839. Initially, a projected Arashiyama Station had an extensive structure consisting of six platforms and five tracks, because it was planned that Arashiyama Station, as the final station, would be the terminal station in the Kyoto area.
  840. Initially, a series of earthen images were enshrined inside the first story of the East and West Pagodas, representing the Shaka Hasso (eight principal events in the lifetime of Buddha).
  841. Initially, a tower was built at the spot of Nirvana (Shakyamuni's birthplace) in honor of Shakyamuni.
  842. Initially, articles on education of women discussed from the Christian perspective by various people such as Kanzo UCHIMURA, Masahisa UEMURA and Jinzo NARUSE in addition to Iwamoto were published whereby Jogaku Zasshi became a key player in advocating the movement to abolish prostitution.
  843. Initially, beans were thrown over one's back.
  844. Initially, because the differences in the fares and fees were small and there were differences in their traveling time, more and more passengers came to use the Shinkansen line, and the limited express business continued to be sluggish until the first half of 1970s, except in 1970 when the Osaka Expo was held.
  845. Initially, construction was started targeting at an operation start in October of 2005, but because the order of consultation work for the Taiwan High Speed Rail was received by the federation in Europe in advance, the federation in Japan met difficulties in adjustments of construction methods and schedules.
  846. Initially, engi was preached by Shaka as the 12 innen (destinies) of a person's life.
  847. Initially, entertaining and playful Kasagake targets were made from conical shaped reed caps ('Ayaigasa') which were plastered with an adobe like render ('Azuchi').
  848. Initially, gold dust with the mass of 1 ryo was defined as 1 ryo of gold, but gradually the mass and the face value became separated from each other.
  849. Initially, he became a priest at Enjo-ji Temple and was called Kyonokimi Ensei, and served as a bokan (a priest who served the Monzeki families) for Cloistered Imperial Prince Ene, Prince of Emperor Goshirakawa.
  850. Initially, he called himself Harutsuna, Mototsuna, Nobumori, Okihira and so on.
  851. Initially, he called himself Tadahide.
  852. Initially, he called himself Tetsugen.
  853. Initially, he entered Ensei-ji Temple in Etchu Province, taking the monk Nissei of Myohon-ji Temple in Kyoto to be his mentor and learning from him, but he later fell into conflict with Getsumyo, prompting him to break out on his own and found his own school.
  854. Initially, he gave his name as Fujiwara, followed by Genji.
  855. Initially, he served Dosan SAITO as his close aide.
  856. Initially, he served Katsumasa IKEDA as a vassal, but then he became a member of the Ikeda family by marrying a daughter of Nagamasa IKEDA.
  857. Initially, he studied Jodo Shinshu (the True Pure Land Sect of Buddhism) due to the influence of his father.
  858. Initially, he studied waka with his maternal uncle, Saneki SANJONISHI.
  859. Initially, he was a priest of Saito (western section) of Enryaku-ji Temple calling himself Shokabo Sho (鐘下房少輔), and he studied Tendai doctrine there.
  860. Initially, he was an ascetic monk in Yokokawa Senjinin in Mt. Hiei; however, he moved to Mino Province to become a guest freeloader for Dosan SAITO because he preferred the military lifestyle over a monk's.
  861. Initially, his Homyo (Dharma Name) was Shinkaku, but was changed to Jakushin in a later year.
  862. Initially, his mina (personal name) was Riken, but later changed to Tokuken.
  863. Initially, his poems were collected in the ten-volume "Dentatsuon Shu" (literally, A collection of Dentatsuon, or SHIMADA no Tadaomi).
  864. Initially, however, it was used primarily to calculate a solar eclipse, and the dates in "Nihonshoki" were also in Ganka reki.
  865. Initially, it referred to Naishi who transmitted Kuzen to Kurodo (Chamberlain) when Senji was proclaimed, but later came to be called regardless of imperial proclamation of Senji.
  866. Initially, it referred to general government affairs of the Imperial Court.
  867. Initially, it was announced to filmed by four directors together, but canceled.
  868. Initially, it was built in the northeast of Hannya-ji Temple.
  869. Initially, it was decided that the shigo was Hongaku Daishi.
  870. Initially, it was decided to destroy the court, but Nisuke MATSUMOTO, an alumnus of Ritsumeikan University, contributed to the dismantlement of the court and its complete reconstruction in Suekawa Memorial Hall.
  871. Initially, it was founded as a temple of Esoteric Buddhism (Shingon Sect) and became a Zen Sect temple after the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan).
  872. Initially, it was named amana natto, being modeled after hamana natto (hama natto).
  873. Initially, it was operated nonstop between Tenmabashi Station and Gojo Station late at night, and completed the run in an hour.
  874. Initially, it was planned that people working in the city would also be able to live there, but in reality, commuters to Osaka City or Kyoto City are on the rise, resulting in a bedroom community for both cities.
  875. Initially, it was planned to name the station 'Horikawa' after the name of the avenue that the station crosses, but the name was changed to 'Nijojo-mae' in consideration of the tourists that would use the station.
  876. Initially, it was published as etehon (art manual, an instructional book for students of painting).
  877. Initially, it was written as "大倭" but was changed to "大養徳" for ten years from 737 during the Nara period.
  878. Initially, jiuta was established as a music that used shamisen in the area of Kyoto and Osaka.
  879. Initially, kazoku had not been graded.
  880. Initially, land stewards moved to live in local communities that they were assigned to.
  881. Initially, many toro were called 'kento' (referring to a votive lantern at a temple or shrine) and were placed at a Buddhist temple (Shinto shrine or Buddhist temple); however, the development of the culture associated with a Japanese-style garden resulted in toro coming to be placed in a garden, in order to be appreciated.
  882. Initially, monks called kanjin-hijiri, kanjin-so or kanjin-shonin were mainly engaged in kanjin.
  883. Initially, mounted warriors in the Sengoku period seemed to rush at the enemy's position by riding on horseback.
  884. Initially, no fence was provided in Tokyo Station, Nagoya Station, Kyoto Station, Shin-Osaka Station, and Hakata Station of the Tokaido Shinkansen and Sanyo Shinkansen, but later, safety fences alone became provided in these stations as well.
  885. Initially, occurrence with tumuli was regarded its distinctive historical features, but the emphasis today is on nationwide occurrence.
  886. Initially, only semi-express trains (they disappeared in the first half of the 1990s) and local trains made stops at this station, but following a timetable revision in 2000 the express trains also started making stops.
  887. Initially, samurai residences followed the Shinden-zukuri style, and the layout of the Shogun Yoshinori ASHIKAGA's residence (Hana no Gosho (literally, Flower Palace)) is centered on a shinden (main house).
  888. Initially, scholars of rekido and sukuyodo collaborated to make a calendar (according to an entry in "Shoyuki" (the diary of FUJIWARA no Sanesuke) dated August 30, 1015).
  889. Initially, she lived in a residence in the area south of Sanjo-bomon-koji Street and west of the Takakura-koji Street (later Narihira moved into the residence), but she went into seclusion in her later years in a mountain villa in Nagaoka (present-day Nagaokakyo City, Kyoto Prefecture).
  890. Initially, she was the lawful wife of the lord of Kuragasaki-jo Castle, Korehisa SHIONOYA.
  891. Initially, she was the wife of Taikenmonin FUJIWARA no Shoshi (the Empress of Emperor Toba) and was called to Mino no Tsubone.
  892. Initially, some shomono were made by the family of Kidendo (the study of the histories) experts, but gradually priests of the Five Zen Monasteries took responsibility for the shomono.
  893. Initially, sumptuary laws were issued as parts of other laws as single added lines, but later, there were an increasing number of cases where they were issued as independent ordinances.
  894. Initially, the Ano family was unrelated to (1), but was ordered to take over religious duties from (1) in 1759 by the order of the then Emperor Momozono.
  895. Initially, the Crown Prince was expected to assume that position, but the conflict between the rule of the ex-emperor Gotoba and that of the Kamakura bakufu was intensified in the course of negotiations for the Crown Prince's assumption of that position.
  896. Initially, the Edo bakufu tried to control the entire Zen sect through this new Soroku, although the leadership had a direct effect only on the Gozan-ha (group of five first-class temples in Zen sect).
  897. Initially, the Genji choja post was filled by people from the Koga family and the Nakanoin family, as these were Murakami-Genji's main branches, though there were cases in which these posts were taken by members of branches of the Koba or Nakanoin families.
  898. Initially, the Inbe clan and the Onakatomi clan (belonging to the same clan as the Fujiwara clan) occupied the posts of Jingi haku, the head of Jingikan but later, the Shirakawa family from Kazan-Genji (Minamoto clan) assumed the post of Jingi haku from generation to generation.
  899. Initially, the Korokan was located on both sides of Rajomon Gate situated at the south end of Suzaku-oji Street.
  900. Initially, the Rikken Kakushinto belonged to the hard-line foreign policy factions to adopt the high prosperity of the imperial family and the enhancement of the national prestige as its slogan, and also primarily advocated the expansion of the rights of the people and the establishment of a responsible government system.
  901. Initially, the Satsuma army tried to go to the northern area of Shiroyama from the Yamada Highway and to attack the government army in the rear.
  902. Initially, the Satsuma army was disadvantageous in the battle, but after Kihei-tai merged with Shinbutai from Osaki, the Satsuma army won a sweeping victory over the government army.
  903. Initially, the Taira clan overwhelmed the Minamoto clan, but the tide gradually turned, and Yoritomo's forces of the Minamoto family defeat the Taira family in the Battle of Dannoura and won the war.
  904. Initially, the anti-Taira clan forces that began in the Kanto and Hokuriku regions were acting as the old regime anticipated and it was thought that after the Taira clan government was removed, the country would return to a central government as in the past.
  905. Initially, the aoi-mon was not a special crest, but other families gradually started to avoid using the aoi-mon, including the Mitsuba-aoi, when the Tokugawa family became the Seii Taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") and established the Tokugawa shogunate.
  906. Initially, the bakufu governent considered 牢人 to be dangerous and undertook the strict policy of expelling them from urban areas, of restricting the areas where they lived and of prohibiting them from serving a new lord.
  907. Initially, the chancellor (chief adviser to the Emperor) FUJIWARA no Kanemichi's daughter Koshi became the Emperor's second consort, but after she died (in 979), Junshi, daughter of the chancellor FUJIWARA no Yoritada, took over her position.
  908. Initially, the chigyo-koku system was used mostly by powerful nobles.
  909. Initially, the dance was otoko-mai (a male dance), but was remade to onna-mai (a female dance) in 1964.
  910. Initially, the detached 2nd brigade was suffering from the muddy ground in Dosaka and bombardments from the Satsuma army.
  911. Initially, the ears were called "Shinho" (literally, new ears,) "Jinho" (literally, God's ears,) "Shinbo" (literally, new Busshist monk) and so on, but, at last, the name of "Kameno-o" (literally, a tail of tortoise) was adopted after one kanji letter Kame (tortoise) of his name Kameji, following the recommendation of his friends.
  912. Initially, the elementary and secondary educational systems were separate for Taiwanese and Japanese.
  913. Initially, the entire Hosokawa family was in charge of nine provinces and the Yamana clan was in charge of eight (including the former Akamatsu territories), since the Yamana clan was recognized for the achievement of defeating the Akamatsu clan in the Kakitsu Incident.
  914. Initially, the ferry arrived at and departed from Maizuru-Nishi Port (Maizuru West Port); Maejima Wharf was constructed in Maizuru-Higashi Port (Maizuru East Port) in 1990 as a core wharf for domestic trade and to cope with increased transportation occurring in Maizuru-Nishi Port.
  915. Initially, the film was ranked ninth in Japan, but when it was screened at the Venice Film Festival, it was highly praised by people in the film industry and won the Silver Lion.
  916. Initially, the god was the harvest and agriculture god, but now, it is worshipped as the god of all industries.
  917. Initially, the hanzei was granted only in the three provinces where fierce battles had raged (Omi Province, Mino Province, and Owari Provice), but the shugo competed to demand the granting of hanzei, and the right was gradually perpetuated, spreading throughout the land.
  918. Initially, the high-ranking courtiers of Daijokan (Grand Council of State) were to transmit the content of the decree to the Danjo (censors) and Kebiishi (police and judicial chief), but later it changed to the Geki (Secretary of the Grand Council of State) preparing the senji and transmitting the content.
  919. Initially, the introduction of zagashira-class actors took the simple forms of each making a long speech, called "tsurane," or fighting violently between two actors.
  920. Initially, the kaomise performance, the first performance of the year, included a scene to introduce the zagashira (the leader of an actor troupe)-class actors in a contract with the theater to the audience, regardless of the story to be performed, and was called "omemie-danmari" (literally danmari for introducing actors).
  921. Initially, the line between Hamaotsu Station and Omi-Imazu Station was operated by the Kojak (Kojaku) railway by local interests; the matter of the Kojak (Kojaku) railway became a problem when planning the Kosei Line, because a track in planning was substantially parallel with this line.
  922. Initially, the lottery was included in the charitable postcards, but in 1956 it was also included in the non-charitable ones.
  923. Initially, the number of koke families including the Kira family was three, but gradually increased up to 26.
  924. Initially, the number of shuto of Kofuku-ji Temple was determined as 20 by the Daijokanpu (official documents issued by Daijokan, Grand Council of State), and they were put in charge of the assistance of betto (the superior of a temple) and Sango (three monastic positions with management roles at a temple) (kanpu-shuto).
  925. Initially, the operation was limited to weekdays, but with the schedule revision of March 18, 2006 it was changed to Saturdays and holidays in addition to weekdays.
  926. Initially, the portion up to Ochiai-bashi Bridge was laid out and then the road was extended up to Yusen-bashi Bridge.
  927. Initially, the post was held by one official, and later one Kenkan (powerful official) was added, and their rank was equivalent to Jushichiinojo (Junior Seventh Rank, Upper Grade); however, in later times it became customary to give the post a Goi (Fifth Rank) or higher ranking.
  928. Initially, the power of the shugo was limited to the taibon-sankajo-no-kendan, just as it was in the Kamakura period, but in 1346 the Muromachi shogunate gave the shugo the authority to judge the case of the karita-rozeki and the authority of the shisetsu-jungyo to administer the country more stably.
  929. Initially, the residence of Ise-Heishi (Taira clan) was built there, and then Rokuhara Tandai (an administrative and judicial agency in Rokuhara, Kyoto) used the place after Ise-Heishi was ruined.
  930. Initially, the residents had inconvenience in daily life, but nowadays they don't because they have Daini Okamoto General Hospital and a fire station both nearby, and their shopping has also become more convenient since they have Joshin Denki Co., Ltd., Home Center Kohnan within a walking distance of ten minutes.
  931. Initially, the retired cars of JNR/JR Limited Express (Electric Cars) Series 583, which were used mainly as sleeper trains, were employed for the station house.
  932. Initially, the rice riots started to ask to cancel the transportation of rice and to sell it cheap, but gradually led to the enforcement of donation and grew into Uchikowashi (it refers to an act where people destroyed residences of privileged merchants or officials who were involved in misgovernment).
  933. Initially, the route was not included in the area where older people could use the Freedom Pass in Kyoto City; however, in October 2006, due to public demand, approval was given to use the pass.
  934. Initially, the scope of registration was limited to the buildings, but with the revision of the law in 2004 the coverage was expanded to other tangible cultural properties.
  935. Initially, the shrine worshipped the god of the Hata clan, a powerful clan who had ruled the Kyoto district, and its extant Shake (a family of Shinto priests serving a shrine on a hereditary basis) is the Onishi family.
  936. Initially, the southward of Kyoto Prefecture, and somewhere in Shiga Prefecture, were picked up as candidate sites, but Kyoto City proposed "Katsura Goryozaka", which was developed as the residential area, so they selected this place in the end.
  937. Initially, the special train ran to extend the regular special rapid service to Katata Station to Omi-Imazu Station or to extend the rapid train between Aboshi Station and Osaka Station to the Kosei Line.
  938. Initially, the start of the operation was targeted at autumn 2005, but was delayed till March 27, 2006, because it took an unexpectedly longer time to acquire the necessary land space; moreover, it took considerable time to train the drivers.
  939. Initially, the station was structured in a straight line with a single platform serving a track.
  940. Initially, the temple belonged to the Kegon sect before becoming a Pure Land sect temple.
  941. Initially, the term 'sencha' literally meant 'tea for decoction,' with which the tea was prepared through the extraction of ingredients by decocting tea leaves in hot water, so that preparation for drinking tea wasn't as easy as today's method of using a kyusu (a small teapot).
  942. Initially, the title 'empress' was addressed to the legally wedded wives of the emperor under the political view of the world set up by the past Chinese dynasties.
  943. Initially, the trade carried out at Korokan was managed by the government.
  944. Initially, the western army was dominant and Mitsunari's army of 6,900 could hold out against more than twice that number led by Tadaoki HOSOKAWA, Nagamasa KURODA, Yoshiaki KATO and Yoshimasa TANAKA, because Sakon SHIMA, Satoie GAMO and Hyogo MAI fought so bravely.
  945. Initially, there was a connecting track inside the yard of Nishinomiya-kitaguchi Station, which was a through track proceeded from the direction of Kobe to the Imazu Line, and the train, after passing the ground crossing, switched back to enter the Imazu Line.
  946. Initially, there was no Kokuhei taisha (great-scale Kokuheisha), and in 1915, some Kokuhei chusha (medium-scale Kokuheisha) such as Kita-taisha Shrine were promoted to Kokuhei taisha for the first time.
  947. Initially, there were almost no white people who ate sushi, but, in the 1970s sushi came to be accepted in white society, and grew to the extent of being called a sushi boom in the latter half of the 1970s.
  948. Initially, this facility was established for working preservation of steam locomotives, which had begun disappearing rapidly in the latter half of the 1960s.
  949. Initially, what lay at the heart of the Kamakura bakufu was the Shogun (or in actuality, 'the Lord of Kamakura.'
  950. Initially, when the Constitution took effect, interpretation by the monarch school sect focusing on imperial sovereignty was valued by domain clique politicians and bureaucrats who promulgated the idea of the doctrine of superiority.
  951. Initially, when writing scripts and debuting as an actor, Yamamoto often wrote movie scripts and appeared in films under the name of Nobuyuki HIRADO or Nobuyuki HIRATA.
  952. Initially, 尹始炳 was a chairman, but 李容九 (???) took over the office in response to 尹始炳's request.
  953. Initiated by Mikiharu ITO's discussion, it reached its peak at the symposium held by Emiko NAMIHIRA, Tokutaro SAKURAI, Kenichi TANIGAWA, Noboru MIYATA and Hirofumi TSUBOI.
  954. Initiative Support Program for Contemporary Educational Needs
  955. Initiatives for 'attractive graduate school education'
  956. Initiatives for Attractive Education in Graduate Schools
  957. Inja Bungaku (literature of reclusion)
  958. Inja Bungaku (literature of reclusion) is the generic term referring to a group of literature written by Buddhist priests and recluses who chose to retire from the secular world in medieval Japan.
  959. Inja Bungaku covers a wide range of literature, including waka poetry, essays, diaries, and tales.
  960. Inji (Slinging techniques)
  961. Inji (印地) is also written as '印字.'
  962. Inji as an event
  963. Inji had different styles such as slinging by hand, operating a Western style sling, utilizing Japanese towels in place of the sling, or throwing heavy stuff like putting a shot.
  964. Inji is a Japanese combat technology that kills and wounds the objects by slinging, or an event.
  965. Inji-sha Shrine
  966. Injin (mystagogy certificates a Buddhist priest awards his followers) of esoteric Buddhism is viewed as a model of densho of various schools.
  967. Injitsu (Hoin)
  968. Injo
  969. Injo (year of birth unknown - January 14, 1109) was a busshi (sculptor of Buddhist statues) in the Heian period.
  970. Injo-ji Temple (Kyoto City)
  971. Injo-ji Temple (Kyoto City) (Senbon Enmado Injo-ji Temple), Senbon-Rozanji Sagaru (to the north of Senbon-Rozanji)
  972. Injo-ji Temple is a Buddhist Temple belonging to the Koyasan Shingon Sect located in Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City.
  973. Injo-ji Temple was founded by the kaiki (founding priest) ONO no Takamura (802-853) who legend says travelled between this world and the underworld and interacted with Enma-o.
  974. Injured Tomonaga could not go any further and had to return to Aobaka; he wanted to be killed rather than be captured.
  975. Injured demonstrators were taken to Shinnyo-ji Temple and received medical treatment.
  976. Injury in Two Battles
  977. Ink and light color on silk Kannon Enkaku zu (image of the white-robed Guanyin) - Southern Song period, painted by Muxi
  978. Ink and light color on silk by Rinryo depicting the Chinese phoenix
  979. Ink and wash
  980. Ink made with soot collected from vegetable oil and other oil is called 'black ink stick made from lampsoot' and from pine is 'black ink stick made from burnt pine (seiboku - bluish ink stick).'
  981. Ink on dark blue paper Lotus Sutra - Painted by Iehiro KONOE
  982. Ink on paper Bussetsu Kyokaikyo (Buddhist sutra) - Written by Iehiro KONOE
  983. Ink on paper Fuyo zu (image of confederate roses) - Attributed to Muxi
  984. Ink on paper Hakuo Ashi Sagi zu - Six folding blind painted by Nichokuan SOGA
  985. Ink on paper image of Dharma painted by Shokei
  986. Ink on paper images of Japanese bananas (Japanese banana room) (room 3) - 12 sheets
  987. Ink on paper images of bamboo (narrow room) - 4 sheets
  988. Ink on paper images of grapes (grape room) (room 1) - 15 sheets
  989. Ink on paper images of hens and hardy begonia (room 4) - 11 sheets
  990. Ink on paper images of pine trees and cranes (pine and crane room) (room 2) - 8 sheets
  991. Ink on paper images of the Eight Views of Xiao-Xiang (six-panel screen)
  992. Ink on paper portrait of Bodhidharma, Fenggan and Budai
  993. Ink on paper six-panel screen by Tohaku HASEGAWA depicting monkeys and a bamboo forest
  994. Ink on silk Ryuko zu (image of a dragon and a tiger) - Attributed to Muxi
  995. Ink on silk Ryuko zu (image of a dragon and a tiger) - Painted by Muxi
  996. Ink on silk image of Shoso Monju inscribed by bhikkhu Shocho of Nanzen
  997. Ink on silk image of a fishing boat against a river and mountains painted by Sansho SHO
  998. Ink on silk image of a waterfall
  999. Ink on silk portrait of the bodhisattva Samantabhadra
  1000. Ink painting of a small bird on Cape jasmine tree - private collection

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