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  1. Ink painting on paper: ten volumes
  2. Inka (Certification of achievement)
  3. Inka means the state of so-called "osumi-tsuki" (with endorsement).
  4. Inka refers to the license which a master grants to a disciple who has mastered his teachings.
  5. Inkaku (son of Injo)
  6. Inkei
  7. Inken (Hoin)
  8. Inkin
  9. Inkin (a hand-held bell shaped like a small bowl, mounted on a handle and hit by a metal striker)
  10. Inko
  11. Inksticks made from burnt pine in Nara Wazuka during the latter half of the Nara period are considered to be the very first ones made in Japan.
  12. Inkstone Case with Mount Penglai in Makie
  13. Inkstone Case with Poetic Scene of Shio no Yama in Makie
  14. Inkurodo (palace officer): this post was for the Kurodo with the sixth rank who could not reach the post of Inshutendai even though they had served the retired emperor since his reign as emperor.
  15. Inkyo (Retirement)
  16. Inkyo in General
  17. Inkyo in Japan
  18. Inkyo in Other Countries Than Japan
  19. Inkyo in the Civil Codes
  20. Inkyo in the Civil Codes was stipulated in the old Civil Codes drafted by Gustave Emile Boissonade and announced officially in 1890 (Civil Codes on the acquisition of property and on person (No.98 laws of 1890) which was abolished without enforcement).
  21. Inkyo is when the head of the family gives away the reigns of the family to another family member and withdraws from official household affairs.
  22. Inkyo was one of the causes for succession of the reigns of the family to a successor.
  23. Inland territorial expansionism period (1915-1937)
  24. Inland water fisheries in Ogura-ike Pond and farming such as paddy cultivation were practiced on the shore.
  25. Inline skate court
  26. Inmizuijin (palace guard): they worked as guard for the retired emperor and his palace.
  27. Inmyo Gogyoshiso (Yin-Yang Wu-Hsing Idea) then considered the stream a favorable current called yarimizu, and it was designed to be a shallow stream.
  28. Inmyo Nissho Riron Ryogisho (量議鈔), 12 volumes
  29. Inmyo Sange Kogi, 5 volumes
  30. Inmyo Sange Koko, 3 volumes
  31. Inmyo-gaku zensho: Explanation of Inmyo, hetu-vidya Utilization guide (in 1891)
  32. Inmyodenju and sokuikanjo are described collectively here.
  33. Innai Tatchu (sub-temple): Hasuike-in Temple in Mt. Shiun
  34. Innaikai Groups (within-the-House groups)
  35. Inner Shrine dedicated to the thirty-eight deities
  36. Inner and Outer Shrines of Precincts
  37. Inner and Outer Subordinate Shrines
  38. Inner and outer braiding
  39. Inner and outer shrines of precincts
  40. Inner and outer shrines of the precincts
  41. Inner court
  42. Inner or outer of turf course mean the inner course or outer course of the steeplechase course.
  43. Inner thin skin of a bamboo tree.
  44. Innin is a way of seeking an inside information and sabotaging by breaking into the enemy territory concealing themselves, the appearance of ninja which generally people imagine is of this situation.
  45. Inno-sha Shrine
  46. Innocho kudashibumi (letters), innochocho (orders) and inzen (decrees) issued by In no cho embodied Chiten's political wills..
  47. Innochocho (orders issued by innocho)
  48. Innochocho is an order document in a form of cho (a kind of document formats) issued by In no cho of Daijo Tenno (the Retired Emperor) to officials and Sogo (Office of Monastic Affairs) that were not under its jurisdiction.
  49. Innovative Food and Environmental Studies pioneered by Entomomimetic Sciences
  50. Innovative Materials and Processing Research Center (in fiscal Heisei 18)
  51. Inns exclusively intended for lodging
  52. Inns including an amusement element, where meshimori onna provides service
  53. Ino map in later years
  54. Ino map in the end of Edo period
  55. Ino map submitted to Bakufu was secretly kept in Momijiyama Library in the Edo-jo Castle and never disclosed to the public.
  56. Inochi o Sutete (literally "Giving Up My Life," a solo piece, lyricist unknown)
  57. Inoda Coffee
  58. Inoda Coffee is a chain of coffee shops headquartered in Kyoto City.
  59. Inoda Coffee main shop
  60. Inoki allegedly advised Oshima, 'You are not suited to be a scholar' (Writings and monthly journal of Masamichi INOKI).
  61. Inoko (the Young Boar Festival)
  62. Inoko (the Young Boar Festival) is an annual event held on the day of boar in October (month of boar) in old calendar.
  63. Inoko (young boar) stone
  64. Inoko is a rice reaping event held on the day of the boar in October according to the old lunisolar calendar.
  65. Inoko mochi (a rice cake imitating a little wild boar)
  66. Inoko mochi (boar dumplings)
  67. Inoko mochi cakes in Nose of Settsu Province:
  68. Inoko mochi were presented to the Emperor from Nose people, as well as cooked inside the Imperial court.
  69. Inoko mochi' is a rice cake cooked on inoko (the day of boar).
  70. Inokosasu: a kind of the embellishment of gable pediments.
  71. Inokuchi, Katsuyama City
  72. Inokuma Incident
  73. Inokuma Kanpakuki: Diary of Iezane KONOE (1179 - 1242), Sessho, Kanpaku, and Dajodaijin
  74. Inokuma was expelled and once disappeared from Kyoto, but he is said to have returned to the capital unnoticed by others.
  75. Inokuma-dori Street
  76. Inokuma-dori Street is a street running south-north in Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  77. Inomata Party was also in this family.
  78. Inomata's 108 lanterns (January 8, 1987; Misato-machi, Kodama-gun [Saitama Prefecture]; Inomata no Hyakuhatto Hozonkai [Association for the Preservation of 108 Lanterns of Inomata])
  79. Inome Dokutsu was excavated in 1948 and human bodies and burial goods that ranged from Yayoi period to Tumulus period were discovered.
  80. Inomiya-sen: This coin was minted in Inomiya, Suruga Province.
  81. Inoo Clan
  82. Inoo clan of the Oda clan line
  83. Inoo clan, also known as Iio clan
  84. Inooku Park
  85. Inooku-koen Park
  86. Inooku-koen is a city park located in Senzoku in Miwa-cho, Fukuchiyama City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  87. Inorganic compound - Magnesium, Calcium, Potassium, Phosphorus, Sodium, Iron
  88. Inori
  89. Inori no Zokei (Modeling of Prayer)
  90. Inosasa-o had been terrifing people for eating travelers.
  91. Inoshishi appears and runs through the stage.
  92. Inoshishi dashes out while the toko (musicians) narrate, 'はねはわが身にかかるとも、知らず立ったるうしろより、逸散に来る手負い猪。これはならぬと身をよぎる。駆け来る猪は一文字.'
  93. Inoshishi disappears to left stage.
  94. Inoue School
  95. Inoue also sent the same letter to Hirobumi ITO to seek agreement.
  96. Inoue escaped to Hokkaido, and died there in 1918.
  97. Inoue family
  98. Inoue lost face and resigned his position as the Minister of Foreign Affairs on September, 1887.
  99. Inoue made a proposal that a state system modeled after the Kingdom of Prussia, which established German Empire and had the royal prerogative, was appropriate.
  100. Inoue played instruments and produced the music source by himself.
  101. Inoue realized not only a system for reproducing existing songs but also a concept of musical scales and tempo adapted to each singer, which was a matter of course for him.
  102. Inoue school (of dance)
  103. Inoue school is a school of traditional Japanese dance.
  104. Inoue started preparing "Jichisei Kenkyu Kai" (a study group for autonomy) with Munemitsu MUTSU and Shuzo AOKI on October 15, 1888 after Inoue joined the cabinet, and it was virtually a committee for a new political party with a party newspaper called "Jichi Shinpo" (New Autonomy News).
  105. Inoue submitted a written opinion entitled 'An opinion on building private railways' to Construction Minister in 1883.
  106. Inoue thoroughly investigated the cause of the financial disorder and started a reform.
  107. Inoue transposed keys and changed the tempo according to the request.
  108. Inoue was advised from a German official legal adviser, Karl Friedrich Hermann ROESLER and Albert MOSSE to prepare a constitutional draft, and completed the final draft in May, 1887.
  109. Inoue was also awarded The Ig Nobel Prize in 2004.
  110. Inoue was asked by his old customer to make a tape with only a musical accompaniment (karaoke tape) to use on a company trip.
  111. Inoue was caring person.'
  112. Inoue was conservative, and he was committed to the establishment of a centralized government, strongly opposing the party government.
  113. Inoue was engaged in translation and editorial supervision of a Korean newspaper, "Hanseong Sunbo (Kanjo Junpo)" (Hanseong Ten-day Reports) issued by the Kaika group (advocate for civilization) including Yonghyo PAK (???) in 1883.
  114. Inoue was not ambitious and not concerned with making his name, so he didn't often appear on the front.'
  115. Inoue was not the type of person who works systematically and render meritorious service.'
  116. Inoue went on to direct for six Japanese film companies but he was also invited by the Shaw Brothers and filmed in Hong Kong.
  117. Inoue's Rokumeikan Gaiko increasingly came under intense pressure from the public.
  118. Inoue-jo Castle
  119. Inoue-jo Castle was a castle in what is currently Nobeoka City, Miyazaki Prefecture.
  120. Inoue-sha Shrine
  121. Inpa
  122. Inpa refers to one of the busshi (sculptor of Buddhist Statues) schools from the late Heian Period to the Kamakura Period.
  123. Inpan (Hoin)
  124. Inpu "曼陀羅居印譜"
  125. Inpu (a compilation of seal marks)
  126. Inpu (compilation of seal marks)
  127. Inpu (compilation of seal marks) Muryoju Butsudo Inpu (Compilation of seal marks from seals for personal use by Shoseki KAWAI)
  128. Inpu (historical books with the details of old stamps and seal-engraving)
  129. Inpumonin Imperial Princess Ryoshi (the first princess of Emperor Goshirakawa) took Doson in and brought him up in Rengeko-in Temple that was originally her home.
  130. Inquiries
  131. Inquiries from Hideyoshi
  132. Inquiry
  133. Inro and netsuke for the wealthy classes came to be lacquered, with ivory, since these classes were interested in aesthetics without regard to cost.
  134. Inro-zushi of squid
  135. Inron can be further classified into theory of insho (seals), theory of tenkoku and theory of inseki.
  136. Insai school
  137. Insai school is 'walking archery,' shooting method for walking troops (walking warriors) on the battle field; originally, it was different from the Ogasawara school, which is 'horseback riding archery,' shooting from horseback.
  138. Inscribed Armrest
  139. Inscribed on this monument is the genealogy from Emperor Ojin to Emperor Keitai, based on Ohide's study.
  140. Inscription
  141. Inscription was written as above.
  142. Inscriptions of Iron Swords and Iron Blades
  143. Inscriptions of iron swords and iron blades are letters or sentences inscribed on the iron swords or iron blades.
  144. Inscriptions on the 'Gwanggaeto Stele' (Gwanggaeto Stele was built in '411' by King Jangsu of Goguryeo Jian, Jinling Province, China) and other documents support these historical events.
  145. Insect collecting used to be popular as a subject of students' science projects, however, it is not the case anymore; one of the reasons is the direction of education has shifted to emphasize the importance of a close observation of insects rather than a random colleciton of them.
  146. Insect dishes
  147. Insects - Tengu cho
  148. Insei
  149. Insei continued during and after the Jokyu Rebellion, during which it functioned as the core of a system of government led by the court nobles.
  150. Insei in the Edo period
  151. Insei is virtually prohibited in modern Japan.
  152. Insei period culture
  153. Insei refers to a form of government in which the retired Emperor (Joko), who is the direct ancestor of the current Emperor, directly conducts the affairs of state.
  154. Insei seen from the perspective of world history
  155. Insei' in modern Japan
  156. Insei/Chiten no kimi
  157. Inseki
  158. Inseki can be classified into three categories: inpu (compilation of seal marks), inron (theory of seals), and story of engravers of tenkoku.
  159. Inseki refers to books in general on tenkoku (engraving letters on the material of a seal).
  160. Insen (drinking hot spring water)
  161. Insert the ICOCA card into the holder, and after choosing the recharging amount (1,000 yen, 2,000 yen, 3,000 yen, 5,000 yen or 10,000 yen) by pressing the button, and charge with the cash to finalize the recharging process.
  162. Inserting Money into the Naka-bukuro
  163. Insetsu TORII, a disciple of Juko MURATA, came into possession of Hatsuhana from Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA; it then passed into Nobunaga ODA's possession via Sokan HIKITA (Daimonjiya).
  164. Inshi (official of the In no cho) were responsible for practical work at In no cho.
  165. Inshi (or In no tsukasa) is an official of In no cho (Retired Emperor's Office) set up directly under the retired emperors and nyoin (empress, empress dowager or grand empress dowager) during the ancient period to the middle ages in Japan.
  166. Inshi and In no kinshin made various profits behind imperial power and they often received chigyo-koku (provincial fiefdom).
  167. Inshi belonged to In no cho.
  168. Inshi had taken major roles in politics not only during the heights of the cloister government between Emperor Shirakawa and Emperor Gotoba, but also until the beginning of the Muromachi period when the cloister government was extinguished (except certain period).
  169. Inshi in the cloister government
  170. Inshi issued letters and orders such as "in no cho kudashibumi" (a letter issued by in no cho), "in no cho cho" (orders issued by in no cho) and "inzen" (a decree from the retired Emperor) under the "Chiten no kimi" (the retired emperor in power) in order to carry out the cloister government.
  171. Inshi/In no tsukasa
  172. Insho
  173. Insho DOMOTO
  174. Insho DOMOTO (December 25, 1891 - September 5, 1975) was a Japanese-style painting artist.
  175. Insho DOMOTO, "Suigo Yokuu" (水郷欲雨) 1935, "Fujo" (婦女) (Women) 1948, "Muge" (無礙) 1958
  176. Insho DOMOTO, Daizaburo NAKAMURA, Shoko UEMURA, etc. were produced by this school.
  177. Insho DOMOTO: "Kariteimo" (the Indian deity hariti, a protector of children)/"Usagi Haruno ni Asobu" (Rabbits Play in a Spring Field)
  178. Insho-Domoto Museum of Fine Arts
  179. Inshun
  180. Inshun (1589 to February 5, 1648) was a monk and a martial artist who lived in the early Edo period.
  181. Inshutendai (secretary of the In no tsukasa, the third rank officer): their main works were such as document and record creation and management in In no cho and civil affairs under the betto and the hogandai.
  182. Inside Japan, the Visit Japan Campaign looks for companies to offer preferential treatment for tourists, such as discounts.
  183. Inside Kyoto City
  184. Inside Yamashina Basin (from Higechaya-oiwake to Rokujizo)
  185. Inside behind its entrance is 'Bus Oriba' (getting-off zone), at which buses managed by Karasuma Office stop, buses are emptied, drivers are changed, buses kill time, and sometimes operations of some routes are canceled here for the day.
  186. Inside is one room of eighteen mats.
  187. Inside it, with the reception office for envoys at the center, the house of the manager, a building for visitors, Toko-ji Temple, the Japanese guard house, liquor stores, and some other Japanese-style houses were constructed by the Tsushima clan.
  188. Inside measurements were requested to be larger than 85 cm in depth, 1.5 meters in height, 1.2 meters in width.
  189. Inside of Japan
  190. Inside of Kyoto City
  191. Inside of a temple's main hall for Buddha, there is a folding scroll fixed to share borders with its inner sanctuary.
  192. Inside of butsudan is composed of three platforms, the highest of which in the center is called 'shumidan.'
  193. Inside of the tube is thickly lacquered.
  194. Inside of yugake's thumb, there is a hollowed out thimble-like wood or horn of water buffalo (generally called 'tsuno') and so on, and there is a cowhide in the hikae (wrist part) for reinforcement.
  195. Inside reverse fold
  196. Inside the Benji-do Hall, a seated statue of Jizo Bosatsu (Jizo Bodhisattva) made in the Kamakura period is placed.
  197. Inside the Building
  198. Inside the Edo castle, due to tradition, the shogun's wife was called 'Midaisama,' however Chikako refused to be called that, she made others call her 'Kazunomiya sama' instead.
  199. Inside the Gate, there are a pair of statues of Kongo Rikishi (Nio, Guardians of the Temple) and a pair of stone lions (Important Cultural Property).
  200. Inside the Night Market, street stalls line up their shops in areas of streets that are temporarily closed to vehicle traffic.
  201. Inside the Temple Grounds
  202. Inside the barrel, lactic fermentation prevents decomposition of funa while amino acid enhances the flavor of fish.
  203. Inside the base, there were 2,800 unglazed clay tablets in which Buddhism venerable statues, images of Hindu gods, people and animal figures were carved in relief, which remain valuable examples of the art of the Pala Dynasty.
  204. Inside the building is more partitioned than in the Shishinden, a reminder that this palace was originally used a residence.
  205. Inside the building, a huge statue with a height of 5.2 meters of Senju Kannon that was the principal image of Jiki-do Hall is enshrined at the center and many of the temple's treasures including Buddha statues are on display.
  206. Inside the dorui, there was a wooden gutter for letting water run through the moat from the Mikasa-gawa River.
  207. Inside the facility there are galleries which utilize its grand inner walls and a section showing Maizuru City's cultural assets.
  208. Inside the government, Sangi (Councilor) Shigenobu OKUMA submitted a written opinion on the issue in March 1881.
  209. Inside the hall, the floor is earthen and structural materials such as taruki (the simplest type of rafter extended from the ridge to the end of, or beyond the eave) are visible because no ceiling has been installed, and this is called 'Kesho-yaneura.'
  210. Inside the hanamido, a Kanbutsu-oke tub is placed to be filled with amacha (hydrangea tea).
  211. Inside the house, there remains a court of law and a room for locking up criminals (ibushiro jail).
  212. Inside the restaurant, there are private rooms shaped like black lacquered bowls, and there are many objects such as giant bowls and chopsticks fashioned into boats and paddles, and the world of Issunboshi as a children's story is dynamically depicted.
  213. Inside the room, courtiers held shisoku (a kind of lighting) and two to three nobles attended to the Emperor.
  214. Inside the rooms, there is a display of paintings and other works of art.
  215. Inside the shrine, there is a reconstruction of 'Matsushiro-Oji-jinja Shrine,' one of the "Kujyuku Oji" (the 99 shrines on the Kumano Sanzan pilgrimage route).
  216. Inside the stone chamber, there was a large wooden container to be looking like a wooden coffin at a glance but better to be regarded as a Mokuhitsu (wooden chest) by a detailed study and about four kilograms of Shu (vermillion) was stored in it.
  217. Inside the stone coffin was examined with a fiberscope.
  218. Inside the wooden chest, 20 pieces of bronze mirrors were placed.
  219. Inside, Hoto (treasure pagoda) based on the Chapter of the Hokke-kyo Sutra, The Appearance of A Stupa (Kenhoto-hon), stands in the centre, protected by the Four Devas statues.
  220. Inside, the central miniature shrine (doors ordinarily kept closed) houses a statue of the bodhisattva Maha Pratisara, the miniature shrine on the right houses a seated statue of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, and the miniature shrine on the left houses a statue of his wife, Kita no Mandokoro, kneeling on one knee.
  221. Inside, two steam baths stand on the main wooden floor and in the rear are kettles and furnace openings.
  222. Insisted to observe neutrality, the Nagaoka Domain did not swear allegiance to the army forces of the government; however, their claim was not accepted, and then the war broke out which ended up in defeat.
  223. Inso (the gesture of the hands of an image of Buddha or a god of Hinduism)
  224. Inso Referring to the Design of a Seal
  225. Inso is a Buddhist and Hinduism term which refers to the gesture of the hands having a certain symbolic meaning.
  226. Inson
  227. Inson (1120-1198) was a busshi (sculptor of Buddhist statues) of the Inpa (In School) who lived from the late Heian period to the Kamakura period.
  228. Inson (Hoin)
  229. Inson constructed Buddhist statues at Kofuku-ji Temple, and the large statue of the Buddha at the hall of Kofuku-ji Temple was created by him.
  230. Inspection of the Documents
  231. Inspections for junkenshi
  232. Inspector of samurai and inspector general were established so that the shogun could receive information directly, rather than through councilors, meaning that a number of main official posts of the Tokugawa shogunate were established during Iemitsu's rule.
  233. Inspired by Toyo, in the city of Edo, Genpaku SUGITA, Ryotaku MAENO and others started to translate a Dutch medical book with higher accuracy.
  234. Inspired by YAMAZAKI, Makino's chief stagehand Hiroshi KAWAI and cameraman Juzo TANAKA also left Makino and established the rentable studio 'Japan Cinema Studio' (Narabigaoka Studio) in Narabigaoka, Kyoto.
  235. Inspired by Yamazaki, Makino's chief stagehand Hiroshi KAWAI and camera technician Juzo TANAKA quit Makino and founded a rental studio called 'Japan Cinema Studio' (Narabigaoka Studio) in Narabigaoka, Kyoto.
  236. Inspired by activities of museums in Western countries, Yukio YASHIRO started this.
  237. Inspired by encouragement from his common-law wife who was a continuity supervisor, he read as many theater scripts as possible and vowed to start anew.
  238. Inspired by his father, who was the playwright in residence and assistant director of Miyatoza Theater, he entered the Kabuki world together with his elder brother.
  239. Inspired by spaghetti mixed with tomato ketchup, one of the military rations of the occupation troops, IRIE added not only ketchup but tomato puree, seasoning and ingredients to make an authentic dish called 'Spaghetti Naporitan' and put it on the hotel menu.
  240. Inspired by the Anshi War in Tang Dynasty, Nakamaro, (now EMI no Oshikatsu) who continued in power, planned to attack neighboring Shiragi (ancient Korean kingdom) and forged ahead with such policies as to change the names of domestic systems from Japanese style to Chinese style.
  241. Inspired by the actions of Funakoshi and Motobu, university students set up karate clubs at their universities, one after another.
  242. Inspired by the concept of 'Atarashiki Mura' (new village) propounded by Saneatsu MUSHANOKOJI, he taught young people in 'Ai no Mura' (village of love) at the foot of Mt. Ibuki.
  243. Inspired by these new structures in the foreign settlements, Japanese builders began to construct Western-style houses and buildings (Gi-yofu Kenchiku).
  244. Inspired by this report, road maintenance and improvement in Japan began making dramatic progress.
  245. Inspired by wako's activities, Korean pirates who pretended to be Japanese accelerated their activities.
  246. Inspired spiritual power of Kannon (Deity of Mercy) at a liver, he made a statue of Kannon in Tang Dynasty.
  247. Inspite of being possessed with special powers to move at lightning speed and inspire command in open battle, Kenshin often failed in the siege of castles and withdrew (Odawara-jo Castle, Usji-jo Castle, Karasawayama-jo Castle and so on).
  248. Installation
  249. Installation as a Shogun
  250. Installation as the Shogun
  251. Installation businesses and the list of cards issued
  252. Installation of Cypress Bark Roof
  253. Installation of in-vehicle guidance equipment: 100%
  254. Installation site
  255. Installed with up to about 130 seats, this is a large dining room where mainly official dinner parties hosted by state or official guests are held.
  256. Installing Yoshiaki as just a figurehead, Nobuyasu himself held the real power and extended his own influence over the whole of the Kanto region under the pretext that Yoshiaki belonged to the Ashikaga family.
  257. Installing udatsu was very expensive, therefore, many of the houses with udatsu were those of relatively wealthy people.
  258. Instant chazuke
  259. Instant coffee or concentrated coffee extract is sometimes used, but is not mainstream.
  260. Instant gyudon mixes, easy-to-make retort foods and frozen foods are marketed by food companies--Ezaki Glico Co., Ltd., S&B Foods Inc., Maruha Corporation, and gyudon chains--Sukiya and Matsuya.
  261. Instant miso soup
  262. Instant noodles and instant soba are used in the noodles-in-a-cup group such as cup noodles, cup soba, and instant soba.
  263. Instant noodles such as deep-fried noodles
  264. Instant noodles/Instant soba
  265. Instantaneous Discharge Matchlock
  266. Instantaneous discharge matchlock is an ignition system for matchlock guns, which are represented by Japanese hinawa-ju (literally, fire rope gun).
  267. Instantly Mitsuru asked Seppo to borrow it, then Seppo handed the book and left casually without saying goodbye.
  268. Instead Satondo studied calligraphy under Shorenin-no-miya in Kyoto, in which he had studied under before, and using the excuse that he also wanted medical treatment for his chronic disease, he applied to be issued a passport.
  269. Instead it caused chaos in the economy, partly because it was slightly overdue.
  270. Instead it decided to send a letter by the name of the Gaimu-taijo So to Joseon.
  271. Instead it is believed that they came to spy on the students and executives of Shigakko (a kind of military academy) including Takamori SAIGO, whom the Meiji government had long been watching, and to maneuver to alienate ex-country samurai from Shigakko.
  272. Instead of 'rin futon', 'kumowa' is used with Otani school's special rindai.
  273. Instead of Bunban, such officials themselves came to be called Banjo or Banjokan later.
  274. Instead of Kusakabe, Ahe's older sister and mother-in-law, Uno no Sarara no himemiko (Empress Jito), ascended the throne.
  275. Instead of Nobukata's infant legitimate son, Kuninobu took over as head of the family (a legend says that Nobukata's legitimate son would be Nobuhiro TAKEDA).
  276. Instead of Osamedono, the term 'nando' came to be used from the Muromachi period.
  277. Instead of Shumon-Ninbetsu-Aratame-Cho (The Village People Register of Religious Faith and Relationship) at the Edo period, it was calculated in units of doors from the imperial family to commoners.
  278. Instead of Takayoshi, Akiyuki KYOGOKU was adopted as the husband for a daughter of Takaaira and became the heir.
  279. Instead of a Nanushi of the town, Yamori (a manger who works for a homeowner or a landowner) who was to become a deputy of the homeowner, emerged.
  280. Instead of a pork cutlet, chicken katsudon is topped with a chicken cutlet.
  281. Instead of an unborn baby, a ball of soul rolled out of her womb.
  282. Instead of being a suikinkutsu with a wash basin in a Japanese garden, it is a suikinkutsu with a glass clock of water emitting a continuous amplified sound decorated by a sculpture (to be more precise, it is a comic book character) built inside the waiting room of the station building.
  283. Instead of being placed on sanbo, the offering is displayed atop a sheet of white paper placed on a (lacquered) wooden tray.
  284. Instead of being protected by MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka, he was chosen as a person in charge of "Nishiki no Mihata" (a flag which represent Imperial Court) of the Kiso army.
  285. Instead of buns hanging on a string, daifuku are concealed in a box filled with flour and runners need to search for and eat daifuku using only their mouths.
  286. Instead of chataku, a saucer in same pattern as the teacup is used for European style drinks like a cup of black tea or coffee.
  287. Instead of cultivators, by ensuring through the issuing of certificate of land title, the landowners (landlords) were made to be tax debtors.
  288. Instead of dolls, a glittering curtain (miokuri, or "seeing off") is attached to the rear of the yamakasa.
  289. Instead of drinking the water Hoori put in his mouth the jewel he was wearing around his neck, and he spat out the jewel into the vessel.
  290. Instead of earthenware, a metal jar is used.
  291. Instead of giving a compliment, Tojuro advised, "If you keep playing like me, you would never be better than me. Do your best."
  292. Instead of him, Michitaka KURUSHIMA was adopted from the Tottori Domain, Inaba Province.
  293. Instead of him, Tadaaki MATSUDAIRA (the Fujii-Matsudaira family), the second son of Tadaharu, became the heir and took over the family.
  294. Instead of him, Tadakata FUJII-MATSUDAIRA from the Sakai family in Himeji Domain, Harima Province, was adopted into the family.
  295. Instead of him, his cousin Tadahide MATSUDAIRA from the head family of Fujii-Matsudaira, the family of Yamashiro no kami (Governor of Yamashiro Province), was asked to be adopted as a successor (the heir of the Kameyama Domain).
  296. Instead of his 18-year-old daughter of the present wife, with whom he was unwilling to part, he made his 23-year-old (28-year-old according to "Genpei Seisui ki" (Rise and Fall of the Minamoto and the Taira clans)) daughter called Warabihime, who was a daughter of his former wife, a wife of Yoshitsune.
  297. Instead of his real name Shigetsugu, he was better known as Saemon and Onisakuza, derived from his bold and intrepid personality.
  298. Instead of it, warm and dry Yangzi jiang air mass begins to be spawned and increases its strength.
  299. Instead of its dual-use for both fundoshi and haramaki, it is often worn separately in parallel with Etchu fundoshi loincloth, shimekomi loincloth and suteteko (semi-long undershorts).
  300. Instead of meibutsu, Rikyu invented implements for tea ceremony such as Mozuya-gama (kettle) and Raku tea bowl, a characteristic of which was lack of decoration in shape.
  301. Instead of placing world under one flag to extol military might, he divided 65 kingdoms into those of 5 to maintain the prosperity of his descendants.
  302. Instead of pufferfish, pike conger is sometimes used in tecchiri.
  303. Instead of requesting the permission for some minor issues, bakufu and domains provided the position called 'Kosatsuban' (the manager of notice boards) to manage the Kosatsu site in full-time base, for repairing or setting up Kosatsu.
  304. Instead of sending his haiku poems to "Kirara", which he had continued until then, he began to concentrate on the "Hototogisu" haiku magazine to send his poems, and his poem appeared on the opening page of the magazine.
  305. Instead of shrimps, squids, crabs, scallops, and so on may be used.
  306. Instead of that, a policy to facilitate small-scaled independent management over the agricultural land was adopted.
  307. Instead of the Imperial Palace of the bakufu, which had been in Okura Imperial Palace since the days of Yoritomo, Yasutoki constructed a new bakufu building in Utsunomiya-tsujiko in the south of Tsurugaoka-Hachiman-gu Shrine and east of Wakamiya-oji Street.
  308. Instead of the ground, it is set up on a part of a sculpture, etc.
  309. Instead of the then existing straight swords, curved swords which were more suitable for cutting persons or those suitable for fighting on horseback were developed, and the original model of the current Japanese sword was created.
  310. Instead of the traditional system in which young nobles became government officials, government officials were selected by examination.
  311. Instead of them, the lineages of Seiryo Taikin and Kisu Gijyu were spread.
  312. Instead of trying to stop Wakasanosuke, Honzo instigates him by slashing a branch of a pine tree located off the veranda, saying, "it will be refreshing, like this."
  313. Instead of using either the go or the shaku, the acreage is shown only by the tsubo with the decimal fraction.
  314. Instead of using just one kind of strain, sake is usually made from a blend of sake yeast mashes, or by blending finished sake liquors, thus combining the merits of each strain.
  315. Instead of using neutral countries such as Switzerland, Sweden or the Vatican, he planned to have the Soviet Union act as peacemaker.
  316. Instead of using one's own family crest, persons in traditional performing art circles or in the world of the geisha dye and use their school's crest or their geisha house's crest for their costumes.
  317. Instead of various Buddha, things like Vajra (weapons that defeat worldly desires), renge (lotus flowers), swords and bells are painted.
  318. Instead, 'Tango Explorer' would arrive at and depart from Osaka Station.
  319. Instead, 'shachenbao' indicating only a sandstorm (due to kosa) alone is used.
  320. Instead, 'the iroha order' was applied only to the first syllables of words.
  321. Instead, 22 retainers of the Imperial Court ended up being reprimanded the following month.
  322. Instead, Genroku-bunka prospered in Osaka which became the center of economy in kamigata (Kyoto and Osaka area).
  323. Instead, Goichijo's younger half-brother (Shoshi's son), Atsunaga (later Emperor Gosuzaku), who was also one of Michinaga's grandchildren, became Crown Prince.
  324. Instead, Hideyoshi took the rank as the head of the vassals.
  325. Instead, Kamununakawamimi no mikoto shot an arrow toward Tagishimimi no mikoto and killed him.
  326. Instead, Konoe was assigned by imperial command.
  327. Instead, Sabah, a royal member of the Jabir line who had the actual power of national government working in place of the sick Chief Jabir and Crown Prince Saad as Prime Minister, was nominated.
  328. Instead, Sanetomo was placed in the post of shogun, and the Hojo clan assumed control of the shogunate.
  329. Instead, Yoritada's offspring Yoritaka OIKAWA succeeded to the castle.
  330. Instead, Yoritomo, who belonged to the lineage of his ancestor's younger brother, gained an overwhelming unifying power in the eastern provinces.
  331. Instead, Yoshitoki was appointed as the second regent.
  332. Instead, a commentary indicating the contents was listed under Ci-hai, or a short preface was added.
  333. Instead, a kocho and a deputy-kocho who took charge of the family register were appointed uniformly throughout the nation.
  334. Instead, a property tax-like Kanmotsu consisting of Denso and Jishimai (rice paid as rent), and per capita tax, Zatsueki (and a variation, temporary Zatsueki) were collected.
  335. Instead, after the death of Empress Suiko, there was a conflict over the succession to the throne between the heir to Oe (Tamura no Miko, later Emperor Jomei) and Oe, who was the heir to the regent, (Yamashiro no Oe).
  336. Instead, along with the existing Express 'Tanba,' that name was given to the other major trains running in the section between Osaka Station and some stations in northern Hyogo Prefecture (or in the northern area of Kyoto Prefecture) by way of the Fukuchiyama Line.
  337. Instead, an idea of building a detached palace in Kamikawa was proposed.
  338. Instead, as the Mito-Tokugawa family was held in high esteem as the assistant for shogun, Kodanshi, professional storyteller told that the Mito-Tokugawa family was the world famous vice shogun.
  339. Instead, by acting like a court noble and making connections with the Imperial court by inviting court nobles who had escaped war in Kyoto to Yamaguchi, Kyoto culture flourished in Yamaguchi, leading to the establishment of Yamaguchi culture (Ouchi culture).
  340. Instead, chicken, onions and mushrooms stewed in a tomato sauce are mixed and stir-fried with the rice.
  341. Instead, funeral rites are performed at the deceased's house or a funeral hall.
  342. Instead, he established close relationships with the former bakufu retainers, especially with Takeaki ENOMOTO whom he highly valued in the areas such as diplomacy.
  343. Instead, he focused his energy to unify the government-affiliated candidates; to ask for support from Zaibatsu (company syndicates) including the Mitsui family and the Sumitomo family as well as from Hongan-ji Temple which he had gotten to know during the art investigation; and to manage the budget effectively.
  344. Instead, he rose within the Kanze guild as an actor and left his name as the greatest actor even to the present day.
  345. Instead, he showed an aptitude for the art of conversation, and scenes with women were his forte.
  346. Instead, he was conferred Tamarizume kaku (the highest rank of the government), and got the highest rank of Fudai daimyo (hereditary feudal lord), but he was stripped of his rank as punishment for the Ansei Purge 15 months later.
  347. Instead, he was on good terms with a baby-sitter (a dark-skinned, short-statured and curly-headed ugly woman) hired by Kamejiro NANBU, who was a goshi (country samurai) of Mibu village.
  348. Instead, he was promised to be provided with the fund for compiling a Japanese dictionary 'Nihondajjirin.'
  349. Instead, his name comprises exclusively of 'taka' (隆), which is a henki (a portion of the name of a person in high rank, which is given to a retainer to show the subordination), and 'kage' (景), which is a tsuji of the Takehara-Kobayakawa clan.
  350. Instead, household management came to be operated by Kaboku (servant) mainly consisting of Shodaibu and Aosamurai (the former was only placed in the upper class Court nobles such as the Sekkan-ke).
  351. Instead, in Japan, the knowledge of Chinese classical literature was more welcomed as a requirement for cultural refinement.
  352. Instead, in order that the Mingaku, having been inherited from generation to generation within his family, should be made known more widely, he went to Kyoto and played Mingaku in front of the feudal lords.
  353. Instead, in recent years, convenience stores started selling Oden simmered in electrothermal Oden pots during winter season.
  354. Instead, it designates the Rokuji Myogo (six characters) of 'Namu Amida Buddha' as its principal image.
  355. Instead, it is common to teach water painting as it is relatively simpler.
  356. Instead, it is considered that recognition and practice (or experience) are inseparable.
  357. Instead, it is thought that they used kimono with tubular style of sleeves clad by common folks as undergarment, that became the origin of kosode.
  358. Instead, kenban (geisha call-office) is set up to coordinate okiya and the majority of geigi and hokan (professional jesters) belong to kenban.
  359. Instead, monme was officially adopted as the weight unit by the New Currency Act in 1871 (though sen was used in parallel before World War II) and 1 monme was equalized with a thousandth kan, and the weight of 1 monme was set at 3.756521 grams.
  360. Instead, names like "the Bunroku War" for the first war and "the Keicho War" for the second war and "the Bunroku-Keicho War" for both have come to stay (Furthermore, there are name "chosen shuppei" (literally dispatching troops to Korea), "chosen eki" (literally, Korea war), and "seikan no eki" (war for punitive expedition to Korea).
  361. Instead, on May 12, 1092, it mentions the suspension of the Shoen established by Yoshiie.
  362. Instead, only a stone lantern, which later disappeared in the Great Fire of Kyoho, and a plum tree with red blossoms, which later disappeared in the Great Kanto Earthquake, were left.
  363. Instead, passengers of trains coming from Kyoto, for which this is the terminal station, can transfer to trains bound for Sonobe on the same platform.
  364. Instead, people had to present 90 cm of silk or 113 cm of cloth for one day of labor service.
  365. Instead, she became the junbo (foster mother) of Imperial Prince Narihito (later became Emperor Konoe) of Emperor Toba, and the Empress Dowager in 1141 when Narihito ascended to the throne.
  366. Instead, the Department of War and the Department of the Navy were newly established at the request of Satsuma clique and Choshu clique.
  367. Instead, the Express 'Sanbe' started operating in the section between Hamada Station /Taisha Station and Osaka Station.
  368. Instead, the Katamachi exit was established on the west side of Kyobashi Station.
  369. Instead, the Keishi serving for generations took charge of practical work of management of Shoen as Mandokoro personnel.
  370. Instead, the Retired Empress Koken came back to the position of Empress (Empress Shotoku).
  371. Instead, the area was given the new name of the Hikone Domain.
  372. Instead, the classification by category based on meaning of words was still dominant among them.
  373. Instead, the duties of the genin were shifted to those based on apprenticeship, and the new naming of the genin, 'genan' (man servant) and 'gejo' (maid servant), began to take root.
  374. Instead, the first son Morihiro became the legitimate child.
  375. Instead, the fourth son Morimasa TANI became the legitimate child and later succeeded the reigns of the family.
  376. Instead, the sound is 'tapped' by opening and closing the tone hole rapidly while the same tone is being played.
  377. Instead, the term refers only to nationally designated tangible cultural properties, so please be aware of this point.
  378. Instead, there are many different theories which suggest places in Kyushu as the capital, such as areas around Dazaifu-tenmangu Shrine in Fukuoka Prefecture, Usa-jingu Shrine in Oita Prefecture and the Saitobaru Burial Mounds in Miyazaki Prefecture.
  379. Instead, there are sun shades placed against the doors, which shows that the houses belong to someone of high rank.
  380. Instead, there is a theory that he collapsed from heat stroke.
  381. Instead, they abandoned the land and escaped in groups as 'Chosan' or 'Kakeochi' (escape and disappear).
  382. Instead, they had already changed into the subordinates of wealthy peasants, who had hoarded movables necessary for farming and had achieved sustainable management.
  383. Instead, they have facilities for drinking hot spring water and hot spring water drinking bars (bar).
  384. Instead, they tried to find funds from So that was originally supposed to be stored as Fudokoku.
  385. Instead, they were just awarded a contract to administrate the myo by the kokuga.
  386. Instead, those competent individuals who showed their loyalty to the emperor were given new kabane such as mahito, ason, sukune and imiki.
  387. Instead, those who were Jushii (Junior Fourth Rank) or higher, but not a kugyo, added 'Ason' under their family names and imina.
  388. Instead, wheat is cultivated by utilizing underground water from the slopes of Mt. Fuji, and therefore powdered food dishes are popular in the area.
  389. Institute
  390. Institute for Chemical Research
  391. Institute for Frontier Medical Sciences, Kyoto University
  392. Institute for Information Management and Communication
  393. Institute for International Society and Culture
  394. Institute for Language and Culture
  395. Institute for Research in Humanities
  396. Institute for Research in Humanities plans to move to the building No. 5 of the Faculty of Engineering (formerly used by the Department of Global Engineering, and the like)
  397. Institute for Technology, Enterprise and Competitiveness
  398. Institute for Virus Research
  399. Institute for the Promotion of Excellence in Higher Education
  400. Institute for the Study of Humanities and Social Sciences, Doshisha Archives Center
  401. Institute for the study of Humanities and Social Sciences
  402. Institute for the study of Humanities and Social Sciences, Doshisha Archives Center
  403. Institute of Advanced Energy
  404. Institute of Buddhist Studies (IBS)
  405. Institute of Clinical Psychology of Bukkyo University
  406. Institute of Economic Research
  407. Institute of Free Electron Laser, Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University
  408. Institute of Laboratory Animals
  409. Institute of Sustainability Science
  410. Institution
  411. Institution and Transition in the Early Meiji Period.
  412. Institutionally, the seven-year higher school (four years of regular course and three years of advanced course) was defined as an institution of higher education, but it effectively served as an institution of both middle and higher education in one school.
  413. Institutions
  414. Instructed by Bokuden TSUKAHARA, Yoshiteru was said to be the most skillful swordsman among the Seii Taishogun between the Kamakura period and the Edo period.
  415. Instructions
  416. Instructions for performing a gongyo with more than one person
  417. Instructions on virtue for returning to this world teaches that after being born in the pure land and completing the requirements for samatha and vipasyana, attaining the power of compassion, one can return and enter the deep forests of birth-and-death, teach and guide sentient beings, and bring together all who enter the Buddha-wayr.
  418. Instructor who trains 10 Onmyo no sho (students of onmyo).
  419. Instructor's room, Joint research room
  420. Instrumental Music Course (Piano)
  421. Instrumental Music Course (Strings)
  422. Instrumental Music Course (Winds, Percussions)
  423. Instrumental Music Research Course
  424. Instrumental pieces exist, though they are few in number.
  425. Instrumentalists often perform roles in more than one genre as temple or shrine musicians, traditional Japanese music performers or as Shinto priests etc.
  426. Instruments
  427. Instruments Played in Gagaku
  428. Instruments Restored
  429. Instruments and physical skills
  430. Instruments for incense burning
  431. Instruments for religious uses
  432. Instruments from other countries resembling the shakuhachi include the Western flute and the South American quena.
  433. Instruments having been necessary for people living in Nara, such as farming tools, have been collected, kept and exhibited publicly.
  434. Instruments similar to biwa are often found in relief carving decorations of artifacts excavated from remains of Sessanian Persia, though the actual ones do not exist any more.
  435. Insufficiency of measures against disaster and terrorism
  436. Insurance Policies
  437. Intake of First Canal
  438. Intake of Second Canal
  439. Intangible Cultural Properties
  440. Intangible Folk Cultural Property (designated by the state)
  441. Intangible cultural properties
  442. Intangible cultural properties are defined as the intangible cultural products or outcomes such as plays, musical pieces and craft skills.
  443. Intangible cultural properties designated by Prefecture.
  444. Intangible cultural properties of special importance are designated as "Important Intangible Cultural Properties" by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (Article 71, Section 1) (For further information, see the section on Important Intangible Cultural Property).
  445. Intangible folk cultural assets
  446. Intangible folk cultural property (designated by Japan)
  447. Intangible folk-cultural properties
  448. Integrated Science and Technology (lectured mainly in the evening)
  449. Integrating materials and colors of walls, roofing and the curves of a roof, create unified beauty.
  450. Integration and abolishment of prefectures
  451. Integration of the Settlements (Middle Middle Period)
  452. Integration of the two families
  453. Integration to Keihan Electric Railway
  454. Intellectual Property Center
  455. Intellectual Propety Center
  456. Intellectual Pursuits
  457. Intellectual and ideal styles of poetry are characteristic of this collection.
  458. Intellectuals in the United States at the time asserted that Edo period works such as woodblock prints were vulgar and nothing more than a passing trend.
  459. Intellectuals such as Shoichi OZAWA have described the selling cries of tekiya as "a signature of the Showa Period" and wrote about them in his books and sound source.
  460. Intelligence information science and its application
  461. Intelligent Systems Co., Ltd. (situated within the Nintendo Kyoto Research Center)
  462. Intelligent court nobles and daibu (masters) were selected and classified under the imperial rescript, and Yasuo was entrusted with that ceremony (order).
  463. Intelligent, clear-cut, and very modernized.
  464. Intended eulogies of the Tokuso family
  465. Intended meaning of Kata training
  466. Intending to conquer the area west of Busan, the Japanese army caused the first Siege of Jinju (in September 1592, the Japanese army commanded by Tadaoki HOSOKAWA versus the Korean army commanded by Kim Si-min) and, after hard battles, failed in attack on the castle.
  467. Intending to make a career in the art of the spearmanship, he began training in the skills when he was a boy.
  468. Intense confrontations frequently occurred between shoguns and provincial governors.
  469. Intensification of the Movement
  470. Intensive courses, second-semester classes begin
  471. Inter-Prefectural Women's Ekiden
  472. Inter-high school championships in 1997
  473. Interacting with other forms of public entertainment helped popular koshaku acts to be performed in kabuki and ningyo joruri (traditional Japanese puppet theater).
  474. Interaction among the tribes brought about the fusion of each of the tribal kami, whereby the Kami were metamorphosized.
  475. Interaction with Japan was greater than with Tang in terms of both quality and quantity.
  476. Interaction with Korean Peninsula was also very active.
  477. Interactions between the two nations
  478. Interactive facilities, etc.
  479. Intercalary March 10, 1542: He was promoted to Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) and retained his positions as Sangi and Sakone no chujo.
  480. Interchange exits near Uocchi Kan
  481. Interchanges
  482. Interchanges located in Nantan City are Yagi Higashi Interchange, Nantan Parking Area, Yagi Naka Interchange, Yagi Nishi Interchange and Sonobe Interchange (Kyoto Prefecture).
  483. Interdisciplinary research for monotheism
  484. Interdisciplinary, Combined Field, New Disciplines
  485. Interdisciplinary, Combined Fields, New Disciplines
  486. Interdisciplinary, composition, new territory
  487. Interest in nanban (Spain and Portugal)
  488. Interest in seeking the benefit of powerful magic to drive demons away became strong, creating an atmosphere in which theistic Seishin worship (worshipping the sun, moon, stars) or magic with a strong undertone of Taoism such as reifu in addition to the Koshinto (ancient Shinto) religion started to attract more attention.
  489. Interest in the underworld and mysterious things
  490. Interestingly enough, some of the Ritsuryo remained effective until the Meiji Restoration.
  491. Interestingly, sake-related shrines are located between Chiba Prefecture and Fukuoka Prefecture only.
  492. Interestingly, the way he conducted himself throughout this affair plainly indicates his lifelong world view and political view.
  493. Interestingly, this is similar to the experiences of Mitsunari ISHIDA's descendants.
  494. Interestingly, up to this moment, Miushi was not the head of the Abe clan although he was the top of the branch families.
  495. Interests and Proclivities
  496. Interests in Social Policy
  497. Interests toward foreign nations grew at the end of sixteenth century when the Portuguese ships began to arrive in Japan, and there were some Japanese who advanced into the Southeast Asia.
  498. Interference by the Shimosa no kami, FUJIWARA no Chikamichi
  499. Interior
  500. Interior Ministry
  501. Interior equipment
  502. Interior facilities
  503. Interior: The interior has the Yokoana-shiki sekishitsu, which was constructed of cut tuff stones, with the Sendo-bu passageway and the zenshitsu and genshitsu rooms, all which are located on the second tier.
  504. Interlaced string
  505. Interlaken (Bern, Switzerland)
  506. Intermediary role of Tang Dynasty and Japan
  507. Intermediate bracket complexes
  508. Internal Affairs Department
  509. Internal Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto City - National Route 1 - Kyoto South Interchange - Meishin Expressway - Chugoku Expressway - Tsuyama Interchange - National Route 53 - Internal Tsuyama City
  510. Internal and External Auxiliary Shrines
  511. Internal conflict and the collapse of the government
  512. Internal conflict erupted within the Numata clan with the murder of Choken, the hustand of Numata clan's daughter, and at the urging of a group of vassals, Choken's father, Akiyasu NUMATA (Mankisai), and Akiyasu's son, Kageyoshi NUMATA, were exiled to Aizu.
  513. Internal conflicts did not stop since then and a Mogami squabble occurred in the generation of Yoshitoshi MOGAMI, a grandson of Yoshiaki.
  514. Internal mutual exchange student system
  515. Internal posts
  516. Internal subdivisions
  517. Internal troubles
  518. Internal turmoil regarding the succession of the Shogun
  519. Internally, the honden structure is divided into two buildings, in the front and back, and each building has a roof independent from the other.
  520. Internally, the structure is divided into two buildings.
  521. International
  522. International Culture Park (Osaka Prefecture)
  523. International Exchange Center
  524. International Innovation Center
  525. International Innovation Organization
  526. International Institute for Advanced Studies
  527. International Institutes of American Studies
  528. International Islamic University
  529. International Legal and Political Documentation Center
  530. International Library of Children's Literature: 9:30-17:00
  531. International Library of Children's Literature: Mondays, public holidays (except Children's Day on May 5), the third Wednesday of the month, and the Year-End/New Year holidays
  532. International Policy Course
  533. International Research Center for Elements Science, attached to the Institute
  534. International Social System Studies
  535. International Theory and Practice Cycle-Oriented Education System (fostering advanced professionals who are actively involved in welfare and other fields) - Graduate School of Social Studies, Social Welfare
  536. International cooperation
  537. International gold standard system as recession regime (Golden Fetters)
  538. International meetings concerning kosa research.
  539. International origami groups were formed mainly by Akira YOSHIZAWA and Toshie TAKAHAMA from Japan, Robert Harbin from the UK and Liliane Oppenheimer and Samuel Randlett from the US, after which, origami spread throughout the world.
  540. International partnership
  541. International passenger service
  542. International relation
  543. International relations
  544. International relationship
  545. International sport competitions
  546. International support
  547. International timeline of passage of women's suffrage vis-a-vis national elections
  548. International version and domestic version
  549. International workshops for dust storms
  550. Internationally Cooperative Education of Global and Environmental Sciences-Making and Practicing Simultaneously-proceeded Programs in Cooperation with Other Asian Universities
  551. Internationally, the Chief Defense Agency (Minister of Defense) was recognized as a Military Minister and the Japan Self-Defense Forces were recognized as a military, and a Self-Defense Official was recognized as a military officer.
  552. Internet
  553. Internet Sanpai
  554. Internet Sanpai is the act of visiting and praying at websites provided by Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples.
  555. Internet and electronic bulletin boards in Japan
  556. Internship for Global Environmental Studies
  557. Interoperation with Suica through Mobile Suica Service
  558. Interpretation
  559. Interpretation by posterity
  560. Interpretation by the Fujimon-ryu school
  561. Interpretation by the new religious sects belonging to the Hokke group
  562. Interpretation of 'Tada-Genji'
  563. Interpretation of Bushido after the Meiji period
  564. Interpretation of Sandaihiho by the Nichiren sect/Hokke sect (Nichiren lineage in general)
  565. Interpretation of Sandaihiho in the Nichiren Shoshu sect
  566. Interpretation of Waka through Western music
  567. Interpretation of the Nirvana Sutra from the perspective that regards the Lotus sutra as the most important sutra that brings salvation to the whole world
  568. Interpretations
  569. Interpretations by various sects belonging to the Hokke group
  570. Interpretations that emphasize the importance of the "Nirvana Sutra"
  571. Interpreted as that, one is inclined to conceptualize something like a spirit which has returned from the Pure Land to this world.
  572. Interpreter students
  573. Interpreting 'Yin Water Sheep' as 503 and 'Otonokimi' as Odonookimi leads to the hypothesis that Emperor Keitai lived in Oshisaka no Miya Palace = (Oshisaka no Miya Palace) on August 10, Yin Water Sheep Buretsu era 5 (the old calendar) (September 18, 503).
  574. Interpreting myth and legend as reflections of historical fact, however, can lead to support for any theory, which only paves the way to endless dispute.
  575. Interpreting this to mean two children named Kaga and Kuni, respectively 8 and 11 years old, and counting back from that date, the prevailing view has come to be that Kuni was born in 1572.
  576. Interruption of Law Enforcement
  577. Intersecting streets without signs belong to the city.
  578. Intersections
  579. Intersections that are not labeled are munincipal roads.
  580. Interu (Interline) is a thin lead plate that is placed between the vertical spacing of types, and it used to be one of the first words that student editors learned.
  581. Interu-kai Foundation
  582. Interu-kai Foundation is an alumni association like organization of the Kyoto University Press, which even includes the current students.
  583. Interval in time or space.
  584. Intervention by Kyoto Shoshidai (Shogunate's military governor in Kyoto)
  585. Intervention by MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo and counterattack by Tsunetane CHIBA
  586. Interviewed by Kan SHIMOZAWA in the early Showa period, Yugoro talked about his memories of the end of Edo period
  587. Into the Edo period, the policy measures were further strengthened.
  588. Intoku Taiheiki
  589. Intra-ministerial bureau
  590. Intricate models can be expressed relatively easily without cutting paper, and colorful designs can be achieved by using paper in different colors.
  591. Introduced Foreign Language Honors (System of commendation for honor students of foreign language classes).
  592. Introduced as a competitor to the train on the JR Katamachi Line, the 'K-Limited Express Orihime' starts from Kisaichi Station bound for Yodoyabashi Station.
  593. Introduced by the 36 Families of Kume' theory
  594. Introduced during the Heian period.
  595. Introduced in 2003, "K-tokkyu" is a type of train owned by Keihan Electric Railway Co., Ltd., and represents the best type offered by the company.
  596. Introduced numbers from abroad (there is an opinion that they should be taken only as Gagaku)
  597. Introduced project courses.
  598. Introduced species (fish): largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, bluegill, northern snakehead (channidae), silver carp and bighead carp
  599. Introducing a new idea is inevitably accompanied by new vocabulary.
  600. Introducing themselves, they are astonished to find that Yasuke is Koman's brother.
  601. Introduction
  602. Introduction of Akita Ranga
  603. Introduction of Buddhism
  604. Introduction of Buddhism into Japan (the year officially recorded in history books)
  605. Introduction of Buddhism to Japan
  606. Introduction of Cave Paintings
  607. Introduction of Firearms
  608. Introduction of Firearms into Japan
  609. Introduction of Gregorian Calendar (Solar Calendar)
  610. Introduction of Japan by Japanese people
  611. Introduction of Japan by foreigners
  612. Introduction of KANSAI THRU PASS Miyako Card
  613. Introduction of Shamisen and the Origin of Jiuta
  614. Introduction of Ubai
  615. Introduction of Wall Paintings in Ancient Tombs and Stone Chambers
  616. Introduction of business taxes
  617. Introduction of cooking methods from abroad
  618. Introduction of development
  619. Introduction of each man
  620. Introduction of new technology
  621. Introduction of railways to the Japanese people.
  622. Introduction of sumo into education at schools.
  623. Introduction of the model railway.
  624. Introduction of the system
  625. Introduction process of the K-Limited Express
  626. Introduction to Temple Wall Paintings
  627. Introduction to Yoshitaka's "Azuma Kagami" (possibly an extract from the description in "Heiji Monogatari")
  628. Introduction to overseas countries
  629. Introduction to overseas readers
  630. Introduction to the Kansai region
  631. Introduction to the Law of Frontier Orbits (1978, Kodansha) ISBN 4061392506
  632. Introduction to the game or competition
  633. Introduction to the principles of Inyo gogyo and the founding of Onmyoryo
  634. Introduction years for each car model
  635. Introductions are in Japanese alphabetical order (of surname).
  636. Intrusion into dairi (Imperial Palace)
  637. Inu Oumono
  638. Inu' (literally, a dog) is a derogatory expression for Haikairenga among those favoring Renga, and "Inu Tsukuba shu" is a title which was used in contrast with a collection of renga, "Shinsen Tsukubashu" (New Selection of Renga Poetry of Tsukuba).
  639. Inugui (eating like a dog)
  640. Inugui and other food cultures excluding Japan
  641. Inugui refers that 'people eat like a dog' in Japanese food culture and means that people move their faces (mouths) closer to the meal on the table in an extreme stooped position, and eat them as if they put their heads into the food.
  642. Inuhariko (papier-mache dogs)
  643. Inui gave birth to a son, their first child, named Mototsugu, in 1429.
  644. Inuigura (literally, a northwestern storage)
  645. Inukai Manyo Memorial Hall
  646. Inukake Uesugi Family
  647. Inukami-gawa River (Inukami-gun, Hikone City)
  648. Inukanno soba (Kameoka City)
  649. Inumiya invites two of the Retired Emperors, Saga no in and Suzaku no in, to her residence to perform the hikin, and makes a deep impression on all of the guests; this scene is the end of the tale.
  650. Inuo
  651. Inuo (year of birth unknown - 1413) was the dayu (master) of Omi Sarugaku Hieza (Hie Guild of Sarugaku (comical mimicry and speech performance in Heian period) in Omi Province) that was active during the same period as Kanami.
  652. Inuoumono (dog-hunting event, a skill of an archer)
  653. Inuoumono (dog-hunting event, a skill of an archery)
  654. Inuoumono is one of the manners of the art of Japanese archery that started from the Kamakura period.
  655. Inuyama City, Aichi Prefecture
  656. Inuyama City, Aichi Prefecture (Kiso-gawa River)
  657. Inuyama-jo Castle
  658. Inuyama-jo Castle keep
  659. Inuyama-jo Castle keep came to be conserved because the castellan continued to be the owner of the castle, and the buildings in Himeji-jo Castle were said to be left unharmed because the private sector (individual) was not able to pay expenses for demolition work; these were rare examples.
  660. Inuyama-jo Castle: Existing (national treasure)
  661. Inuyama-matsuri Festival (March 15, 2006)
  662. Inuyarai
  663. Inuyarai is a term used to refer to arcuately shaped fences which are located in front of external walls facing a street.
  664. Inuzakura and Uwamizuzakura of Genus Cerasus are also named sakura, but they have small spicate flowers which are very different from cherry blossoms.
  665. Inuzansho (Zanthoxylum schinifolium)
  666. Invading other countries was considered a holy war.
  667. Invariably a Keihan Uji bus
  668. Invasion by Silla.
  669. Invasion by Toi
  670. Invasion of Kinai region (the five capital provinces surrounding the ancient capitals of Nara and Kyoto)
  671. Invasion of Kyushu and Odawara
  672. Invasion of Masamune DATE after the Battle of Sekigahara
  673. Invasive foreign species
  674. Invented by Tadataka INO by averaging and integrating the matashiro-jaku and the kyoho-jaku for land survey.
  675. Invented during the Edo period and had been seen in major cities, post-station towns and hot spring resorts until the Taisho period, but not be seen at present.
  676. Invention of jinrikisha
  677. Invention of karaoke system by Daisuke INOUE
  678. Invention of shinai and protectors
  679. Inventor of a shogi (Japanese chess) strategy called Ishida-ryu sangenbisha (Ishida-ryu 3rd file rook).
  680. Investigation
  681. Investigation Report (according to the theme)
  682. Investigation and Research about Ideal Basic Education of Practical Affairs
  683. Investigation into the land-tax reform
  684. Investigation of Hokkaido
  685. Investigation of a joshaku system
  686. Investigations based on excavations conducted in 1986 revealed the structure of a dwelling in the latter part of the Paleolithic period.
  687. Investigations conducted from 1972 to 1974 discovered the stacked-tile podiums of the pagoda and main hall, as well as the corridors encircling these buildings and the roofed mud wall marking the temple precinct.
  688. Investigations for this tumulus were made in 1996.
  689. Investiture of Court ranks and bestowal of orders to those who had died in a war' was approved during the Hayato IKEDA's cabinet in 1963, and the bestowing a rank and conferment of a decoration to those who died while serving in World War II resumed.
  690. Investiture of Daijo-daijin while living was rare, but as a posthumous honor, it was sometimes given to Sessho and Kanpaku, to maternal grandfathers of the emperor, and to Seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") in the Edo period
  691. Investiture system was abolished when the central government ministries and agencies were reorganized in January 6, 2001.
  692. Invitation of skilled people
  693. Invitations from feudal lords throughout Japan meant many gunsmiths relocated to these areas, and many pieces produced by such individuals were inscribed both 'Kunimoto' and the gunsmith's real name.
  694. Invited as politics adviser to Yoshinaga MATSUDAIRA, he engaged in the reformation of domain duties of Fukui Domain and also the reformation of the shogunate government as adviser to Shungoku, who was the president of political affairs of bakufu.
  695. Invited by He Ruzhang, Qing's Minister in Japan, Yang Shoujing came to Japan in April of 1880 with 13,000 inscriptions and copybooks from the six dynasties of the Han and Wei (three dynasties) period, and stayed in Japan for four years.
  696. Invited by Ingen, who went to Japan in 1654, he went to Japan in 1655 and became the chief priest of Fukusai-ji Temple in Nagasaki City.
  697. Invited by Kokichi KARINO, one of his old friends, he became a lecturer of Japanese literature at the College of Letters, Kyoto University in 1906.
  698. Invited by Meiji Government, he began to serve in Minbusho (Ministry of Popular Affairs) and Okura-sho (Ministry of the Treasury).
  699. Invited by Naonaka Ii who was the Lord of Hikone Domain in Omi Province, Kairyo founded the Kodokan school which was a han-ko school (school of a feudal domain) in 1799, thereby endeavoring to promote hangaku (schooling for samurai children).
  700. Invited to the palace of Cardinal Albert of Austria (the son of Maria de Habsburgo, a younger sister of Felipe the second [King of Spain] and Maximilian II [Holy Roman Emperor]) in Sintra in the suburbs of Lisbon.
  701. Inviting persons involved to her home, she threw parties, which functioned as a place for social interaction.
  702. Inviting some popular wrestlers of the grand sumo tournaments, a mamemaki ceremony is performed there by yaku-otoko, yaku-onna (men and women of lucky age) to expel evil spirits and pray for good luck.
  703. Invocation of the Buddha's name
  704. Invocation of the Buddha's name (a so-called Buddhist invocation)
  705. Involved in a power struggle between the shogunate and the Ouchi clan, his father Hiromoto decided to retire in 1500.
  706. Involved in the railroads including Katamachi Line, Hankaku Railway, Nanao Line, Hoshu Railway (later, Kyushu Railway) and Sanuki Railway, he greatly contributed to forming railroad network in western Japan.
  707. Involved with political affairs and took charge of accounting.
  708. Involvement in the administration of the Saga Domain
  709. Involvement of Goryeo
  710. Involvement with discriminated communities called buraku
  711. Involving also men of culture among samurai, such as Tsuneyori TO and Yusai (Fujitaka) HOSOKAWA, they continued to hand down culture of yusoku kojitsu (court and samurai rules of ceremony and etiquette) and kokin denju (the secret transmissions of the "Kokinshu," Anthology of Old and New Japanese Poems).
  712. Involving other daimyos (territorial lords) with matrimonial relations to the Date clan, the confrontation turned out to be a huge war in the region, breaking up the Ou region into two, and after the War, the waned Date clan relocated its base to Yonezawa City.
  713. Inyo (also pronounced Onmyo) Gogyo Shiso (Yin-Yang Wu-Xing Thought) is the idea that linked together the principles of Yin-Yang (positive and negative, light and shade) and Gogyo Shiso (Five Elements Theory) during the Spring and Autumn period and the Warring States period in China.
  714. Inyo (cosmic dual forces) of junishi (the 12 signs of the Chinese zodiac)
  715. Inyo Gogyo Shiso (Yin-Yang Wu-Xing Thought)
  716. Inyo Gogyo Shiso (Yin-Yang Wu-Xing Thought) is a combination of 'Yin-yang' and 'Gogyo shiso' as mentioned above.
  717. Inyo Gogyo Shiso came to Japan in the 5th-6th Centuries along with traditional Chinese culture such as rekiho (method of making calendars), in the same way as Buddhism and Confucianism.
  718. Inyo Gogyo Shiso in Japan
  719. Inyogogyo (the cosmic dual forces (yin and yang) and the five elements (metal, wood, water, fire and earth) in Chinese cosmology) and Hakke (eight trigrams) which originated from Taoism were extremely prosperous during a period from the Nara period to the Heian period.
  720. Inyoka (the Yin and Yang School of Philosophy)
  721. Inyoka is a philosophy group regarded as one of Shoshi hyakka (the Various Masters of the 100 Schools: Thinkers of Ancient China), and one of the six major schools.
  722. Inyoka taught the yin yang concept, in which the generation and change of everything in the world were categorized into two types, yin and yang.
  723. Inzen (a decree from the retired Emperor)
  724. Inzen (a decree from the retired emperor) and Rinji (the emperor's command)
  725. Io-ji Temple: Said to be founded by Kukai in 826.
  726. Iodine ion (I-): 1mg or more
  727. Ioe and Himuka were later forgiven and joined Fukei's army.
  728. Iohara no Kori, Totomi Province.
  729. Iohara no kuni miyatsuko (regional governor in ancient Japan)
  730. Iohara no kuni miyatsuko (廬原国造), also known as Iohara kokuzo, was a kuni no miyatsuko that ruled the west part of Suruga Province.
  731. Iohara omi: A warrior in the court during the reign of Emperor Tenji
  732. Ioharaomi commanded the Navy in cooperation with ABE no Hirafu in the Battle of Hakusukinoe, but was defeated.
  733. Iokiiribiko no miko
  734. Iokiiribiko no miko was a member of the Imperial family who lived during the Kofun period (tumulus period).
  735. Ion Beam Engineering Experimental Laboratory
  736. Ion Engineering Research Institute Corporation
  737. Ionoi-jinja Shrine, Ritto City, Shiga Prefecture
  738. Ionushi, meaning Master of the Hermitage, is a penname of the priest Zoki.
  739. Iori TANAKA
  740. Iori TANAKA: Same person as Niimi
  741. Ioriten "&amp12349" is one of yakumono (punctuation marks and other special symbols [term used in printing]) put at the beginning of a song in Japanese.
  742. Iorizoe no ki
  743. Ioto no miya (Ioto Palace, an imperial palace in the capital of ancient Japan [in the early days of the Yamato dynasty])
  744. Ioto-jinja Shrine: A few minutes' walk to south (about 250 meters) from Kuroda Station (Nara Prefecture) on Kintetsu Tawaramoto Line of Kintetsu Railway
  745. Iou had the same form as Ou.
  746. Iozan Joruri-ji Temple (Matsuyama City): A Shingon Sect temple located in Matsuyama City, Ehime Prefecture.
  747. Ippatsu
  748. Ippei OKAMOTO established the first cartoonist organization in Japan called Tokyo manga kai (latter-day Nihon manga kai) in 1915.
  749. Ippei SHIGEYAMA
  750. Ippei SHIGEYAMA (June 12, 1979 -) is a Kyogen performer and actor (Kyogen: a genre of the Japanese traditional performing arts - a kind of farce).
  751. Ippen
  752. Ippen (1239-1289) visited many provinces for the sake of missionary work and founded the Jishu sect.
  753. Ippen (he returned to secular life to inherit a territory after the death of his father Michihiro KONO.)
  754. Ippen Shonin Eden (Pictorial biography of the monk Ippen)(jointly owned by Shojoko-ji Temple and Kankikoji temple)
  755. Ippen Shonin Eden (The pictorial biography of the monk Ippen): shared between Kankiko-ji Temple and Shojoko-ji Temple
  756. Ippen also had a great esteem for a shami (Buddhist acolyte) Kyoshin.
  757. Ippen continued his pilgrimage at the head of Jishu priests, leading people (including genin [low ranked people] and hinin [lowest rank people]) to gokuraku jodo (the Pure Land of Amida Buddha) by fusan (distributing invocation charms) and Odori Nenbutsu.
  758. Ippen did not have the intent to found a sect, and it would not be allowed to do so in the framework of eight sects.
  759. Ippen named Jokai, who is also said to have been a blood relative, as his successor but after he passed away, the Ji Sect disappeared throughout Japan.
  760. Ippen shonin eden (Illustrated Life of Saint Ippen)
  761. Ippen was a devout believer in Hachiman and it is recorded in "Ippen Shonin Eden" (Pictorial biography of the monk Ippen) that he visited Iwashimizu Hachiman-gu Shrine in 1286.
  762. Ippen was a priest in the mid Kamakura period.
  763. Ippen' is his priest title and his hoi (imina [personal name] used by Buddhist priests) is 'Chishin.'
  764. Ippen, living in the middle of the Kamakura period, diffused nenbutsu chanting to the public while wandering local provinces, and he was called 'Sute Hijiri.'
  765. Ippen, who is regarded as the founder, in fact, did not intend to establish a new sect and his religious community and members had been called just 'Ji shu時衆' (the people [衆] who worried about the time [時] of death).
  766. Ippo MISHOSAI
  767. Ippo MISHOSAI (1761 - 1824) was a Japanese flower arrangement expert.
  768. Ippo YAMANODA and Shuichiro KONO agreed with NAGAYAMA.
  769. Ippodo (a trade name of a distributor of Japanese green tea)
  770. Ippodo is principally engaged in processing and selling Japanese tea, and distributes the tea not only to its customers including department stores but also to the houses of tea masters.
  771. Ippodo is the name of a distributor of Japanese green tea, located at Nijo-dori Agaru, Teramachi-dori, Kyoto City.
  772. Ippon
  773. Ippon Kyo kaishi (14 sheets, by SAIGYO, JAKUREN and others)
  774. Ippon Shinno (the first-ranked imperial prince)
  775. Ippon Udon (literally, one long piece of Udon noodle) is made by pressing the dough down, without cutting or stretching.
  776. Ippon kyo waka kaishi (Making waka poem on kaishi paper when copying Ippon sutra)
  777. Ippon no Miya discovers Sagoromo's real intention but maintains her obstinate resolve, resulting in a marriage that is cold from the outset.
  778. Ippon no miya
  779. Ippon-datara
  780. Ippon-datara is a specter of Japan, living in the mountains of Kumano (Wakayama Prefecture) and other areas.
  781. Ippon-goshodokoro (Imperial Library)
  782. Ippon-jime
  783. Ipponba-geta (one-tooth geta)
  784. Ipponjime
  785. Ipponjime consists of three claps and one final clap as "Iyo'o (call), clap clap clap! Iyo'o, clap!" and this combination of "3" and "1" represents "Sangokuichi" (the word is used to mean "unparalleled in Japan, China and India" meaning unparallel in the world), metaphorical to the dream of Masamune who sought for ruling Japan.
  786. Ippu NISHIZAWA
  787. Ippyo published "Ippyo manga shu (Ippyo's collection of manga illustrations), first edition" which mainly contained caricatures on October 31, 1895 and used the word 'manga' as a translation of caricature or cartoon in the book.
  788. Irabo: bowls where the pattern is carved using a nail or those made using katami-gawari (i.e. two different materials or two different colors or patterns) which reflects the taste of Japanese chajin.
  789. Iraka-sai
  790. Iraku Park created in 1961 in Hirakata City, Osaka Prefecture.
  791. Iranian Curry, Saudi Arabian Curry
  792. Iranian calendar (also referred to as Cyrus era. Iran. This existed from a long time ago but was officially employed in the Pahlavi dynasty).
  793. Iraq: The invitation was cancelled by Imperial Household Agency due to the invasion of Kuwait, which was considered an international issue.
  794. Irasago-jo Castle
  795. Iregayu
  796. Ireland: A work owned by the Chester Beatty Library
  797. Irewari
  798. Irezumi Kami to Hada to Shokunin no kao (Tatoo paper, skin and face of artisan)' at CLBE PARADA (Nagoya)
  799. Irie Taikichi Memorial Museum of Photography Nara City
  800. Irie from Kyoto, and the other three artists from Kanto, seemed to have disputes over not only the reproducing method, but many other issues.
  801. Irie group: Hako IRIE (1887 - 1948), the walls No. 6 and No. 8.
  802. Irie was a member of the Kokuga Sosaku Kyokai (National Creative Painting Association) founded by Bakusen TSUCHIDA and Kagaku MURAKAMI, and others in the Taisho period.
  803. Irige…Dismissal due to the reasons other than koge and hanzaige.
  804. Irihiko and Irihime were specific titles that were used by kings and members of the royal family during this period.
  805. Irikasu - mainly in Yamaguchi Prefecture and Tokushima Prefecture
  806. Irikawa
  807. Irikifumoto (Sendai City, Kagoshima Prefecture): Important Preservation District for Groups of Historic Buildings
  808. Irikifumoto, Satsumasendai City, 2003, buke-machi
  809. Irimi-nage: Irimi (entering straight into a technique) from behind the opponent is used to grab the rear collar and pull the opponent backwards.
  810. Irimoya Hafu
  811. Irimoya style (building with a half-hipped roof) and hongawarabuki (roof with formal tiles).
  812. Irimoya style: A structural style where a gable and large eaves are integrated into one with windows for taking in light and letting smoke out are added to yosemune-zukuri.
  813. Irimoya-styled roof (hip-and-gable roof)
  814. Irimoya-zukuri (Saitama Prefecture)
  815. Irimoya-zukuri (a hip-and-gable roof) construction with zelkova
  816. Irimoya-zukuri is a Japanese style Buddhist temple with hiwadabuki (Japanese cypress bark thatch).
  817. Irimoya-zukuri is derived from Buddhist style of construction.
  818. Irimoya-zukuri style
  819. Irimoya-zukuri style (Mikami-jinja Shrine, etc.)
  820. Irimoya-zukuri style is considered to have been established in medieval times under Buddhist influence.
  821. Irine no Miko
  822. Irinsho (Commentary about the Everlasting Human Relations)
  823. Iriomotejima's Shichi Festival (February 21, 1991)
  824. Iris YAMASHITA
  825. Iris base
  826. Irises of Ota no sawa' National Natural Monument
  827. Irish dishes
  828. Irizake
  829. Irizake is an old Japanese seasoning used during the Edo period, which is made by putting umeboshi (pickled Japanese apricot) into Japanese sake (rice wine), and boiling it down.
  830. Iro (old retainers) in the Kansei era
  831. Iro (old retainers) in the Kansei era refers to politicians who led the bakufu such as Nobuaki MATSUDAIRA (the lord of the Mikawa-Yoshida domain), who were chosen by Sadanobu MATSUDAIRA after his downfall.
  832. Iro mato (point target) is used to compete on points.
  833. Iro-gonomi (lechery).
  834. Iroe
  835. Iroe Kugikakushi (decorative ceramic cover for the head of nail in overgrazed enamels) 21 pieces, Attributed to Ninsei
  836. Iroe Yoraku Monhanaike by Ninsei
  837. Iroeri revived to a certain extent after the war, but shiroeri gradually became dominant because wafuku got less popular as everyday clothes in the high economic growth period.
  838. Irogu no Hata no kimi, who went over to the rice-plants, repented all the mistakes he had made in the past, pulled them up by their roots, and replanted them in his house to worship them.
  839. Iroha Sakusha Chumon
  840. Iroha hime, the eldest daughter of Masamune DATE, and Tadateru MATSUDAIRA, the sixth son of Ieyasu.
  841. Iroha karuta (playing card)
  842. Iroha-uta (a poem in Japanese)
  843. Iroha-zaka Slope
  844. Irohahime
  845. Irohahime (August 2, 1594 - June 4, 1661) was the legal wife of Tadateru MATSUDAIRA, the sixth son of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  846. Irohahime was allegedly a Christian, as her real mother Yoshihime had been a Christian for a time.
  847. Irohahime was such a beautiful and intelligent daughter that her father was led to lament, "imagine if she had been a boy."
  848. Irohamaru Tenjikan (literally, The Iroha-maru Sailboat Exhibition Hall)
  849. Iroiro Odoshi Haramaki (The armor with frightening ornaments)
  850. Irokawa-cha, Kawazoe-cha and Otonashi-cha (Wakayama Prefecture).
  851. Iroku shisho
  852. Irome (color combinations)
  853. Irome are broken down by the season and the time of the year, each category used approximately according to the season.
  854. Irome are created by various methods including using the outer and lining materials of different colors, layering multiple dresses and using warp and weft of different colors.
  855. Irome refers to color combinations used in juni-hitoe (the ceremonial attire of a Japanese court lady consisting originally of twelve layers of unlined kimono worn one on top of another) and so on.
  856. Irome were often named in connection with seasonal features such as flora including kobai (rose plums), cherry blossoms, japanese rose, fallen leaves and pines.
  857. Iromuji
  858. Iromuji is a type of traditional clothes in Japan which is a plain kimono of color other than black with no patterns woven in.
  859. Iron
  860. Iron anchors were used along with a winch.
  861. Iron arrowheads
  862. Iron axes
  863. Iron bath tub (situated in the Oyuya Bath House)
  864. Iron bathtub; inscribed as 1290
  865. Iron bell
  866. Iron carbonate and hydrogen carbonate spring
  867. Iron farming tools
  868. Iron fragments
  869. Iron halberds each with an iron-sword type tip shape, which were also unearthed in the southern part of the Korean peninsular as well as in the northern Kyushu area, constituted main arms at that time.
  870. Iron hanging lantern (situated in the Hokke-do Hall)
  871. Iron hoto and sharibin (bottle for storing remains)
  872. Iron ion (Fe++,Fe+++): 10 mg or more
  873. Iron lantern cage
  874. Iron lock with a key
  875. Iron made Kanei-tsuho shimonsen coin cast from 1860 was unpopular and the casting cost was high.
  876. Iron mongery goods of Unryumon coated with gold and silver are tacked down on the copper plate gleaming black.
  877. Iron nails appear to have been used to close wooden coffins.
  878. Iron or German silver (nickel silver) were once used for the primary materials of the mengane, but light alloy such as duralumin has been started to be used from the point of view of lighter weight.
  879. Iron plates would become eroded so easily by sea water that they were unfit for a long-term use, therefore, they were substituted by copper plates, which can be said to have made a reasonable development from a tekkosen.
  880. Iron pot
  881. Iron production god theory
  882. Iron sickles
  883. Ironical history
  884. Ironically Yoriie recovered from illness a few days later and became furious to know the fall of his father-in-law's clan as well as the death of Ichiman and Wakasa no Tsubone.
  885. Ironically enough, however, Yorinaga's wish to promote Munesuke to Daijin was realized only by the death of Yorinaga, who was Sadaijin (minister of the left) and died in battle in the Hogen War.
  886. Ironically enough, however, almost immediately afterwards, members of his family began to be promoted, becoming ministers one after another.
  887. Ironically the smoke from the refining process, mineral poison gas generated during purification (mainly sulphur dioxide) and mineral poison contained in the waste water (mainly metal ions such as copper ions) caused great environmental damage.
  888. Ironically, Hideie died from disease before his father.
  889. Ironically, Michitaka fell ill in a little while, and on April 16, with an intention of being succeeded by his legitimate son naidaijin Korechika, he appealed to Emperor Ichijo to grant him permission to resign nairan (an emperor's private inspector of all official documents) in favor of Korechika and to entrust Korechika with the political affairs.
  890. Ironically, Princess Kasuga no Oiratsume was the only child who was to pass on the blood line of the father, the Emperor Yuryaku, to the future generations (to the modern times in Japan).
  891. Ironically, Tameie was assigned to Kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain) in December (old calendar) of the same year).
  892. Ironically, Yoshiteru's assassination led to the fall of the shogun's authority.
  893. Ironically, although she was adopted for rather expensive banknote, Ichiyo was continually pressed for money throughout her short life.
  894. Ironically, at the time of the Incident at Honno-ji Temple, it was said that after the KONOE family fled from this mansion the Akechi army occupied it and attacked Nijo Shin-gosho from there; before long there was a rumor that Sakihisa had given his support to Mitsuhide.
  895. Ironically, however, around one o'clock in the afternoon on that day, dark clouds lowered on Mt. Atago (Kyoto City) and overwhelmed Heiankyo along with a thunderstorm -- About an hour and a half later, a thunderbolt struck the first pillar at the southwest corner of the Seiryoden.
  896. Ironically, however, the extensive Utsuro built by Tanemune was dissolved due to the Tenbun War which had been caused by Tanemune himself, and many Utsuro that Tanemune had subjected to his rule followed the path to become independent Sengoku daimyo.
  897. Ironically, however, the rise of Neo-Confucianism triggered the sonnoron (the thought respecting the Emperors) and the movement to show reverence for the emperor for establishing an Emperor-centered nation, which led to the movement to overthrow the Shogunate and the Meiji Restoration.
  898. Ironically, it is her rejection that makes her an unforgettable figure for Genji, who is a proud-hearted noble.
  899. Ironically, it seems that mikan shipped in fiscal year 2006 were sweeter and more tasty than those of an average year.
  900. Ironically, it was Asano who was in charge of firefighting in that catastrophic event.
  901. Ironically, it was the cloistered government that ended the regency that produced the concept of the 'regent's house.'
  902. Ironically, people such as Toyonari and Nagate were members of the anti-Nakamaro party as well as close advisors to Empress Koken, a target of Naramaro.
  903. Ironically, tea ceremony declined due to civilization and enlightenment which came after the Meiji Restoration, and the Okumura family was badly damaged.
  904. Ironically, the Hatano clan serving the Taira family after Yoritomo took up arms was destroyed.
  905. Ironically, the date of his death was the anniversary of Nobunaga ODA's death.
  906. Ironically, the decrease of consumption of sake after 1973 revealed the decline of the sake industry, which gathered attention to the former minority.
  907. Ironically, the invention of Yuzen caused the indigo-based, simple Chayazome to go out of fashion.
  908. Ironically, the reason why Daigaku-ryo could be maintained was that the spending of Daigaku-ryo was reduced due to an increase in students from clans that possess Daigaku-besso, who did not need a salary from Daigaku-ryo.
  909. Ironically, the traditional way to attach kogoshi disappeared with the 'Revival' of restoration style of Tenpo (a name of an era during the Edo period), and became today's stitched type.
  910. Ironically, this policy was further strengthened by the Emperor Shotoku and YUGE no Dokyo who overthrew the former administration and Naijudokoro was upgraded to Naijusho (Ministry of Imperial Pages) in 767.
  911. Ironically, though, Michikane succumbed to illness before long and died on June 13.
  912. Ironically, when Hideie died of an illness in 1603 and then followed by his father in the next year, Yoshimasa moved to Kishiwada, which was his late father's property inheritance, and Izushi was governed by his son, Yoshifusa KOIDE.
  913. Ironmaking was the leading-edge technology in those days, so the fact that the swords made of iron, the crystallization of the latest technology, 'was presented to Amaterasu (the Sun Goddess)' can be said to be an interesting episode to surmise the relationship between Izumo and Yamato at that time.
  914. Ironware emerged in the earlier Yayoi period and it became widespread around northern Kyushu mainly as tools, by the first half of middle of Yayoi period.
  915. Ironware manufacturing by forging had started by the first half of the middle of the Yayoi period in northern Kyushu, especially in surrounding area of Fukuoka City.
  916. Ironware was mainly used for sharp-edged tools, especially implements and farming equipment (harvesting equipment) because of its durability and sharpness of edge.
  917. Irori Fireplace (open hearth)
  918. Irotomesode: Full dress for married women.
  919. Irregular coats are removed in the process of production, and those which fall out during writing are those which could not be removed, and do not cause a problem if such hairs are only a small number.
  920. Irregularities include diarrhea may result from an inability to sufficiently digest fats such as glycerides due to an individual's physical constitution or lack of experience in the consumption of raw fish.
  921. Irrelevant of this directly, Sendai City was named as one of the candidates for the capital when the draft "law of decentralization of authority" was deliberated and the transfer of the capital in Japan was examined in the early 1990's.
  922. Irrespective of the field of Japanese public entertainment, be it: Noh dramas, Kyogen farce, Bunraku puppet theater, traditional Japanese music (accompaniments to Noh and Kabuki to the popular Tsugaru-shamisen three stringed banjo-like instrument), or Classical Japanese dance, the custom of inheriting professional artists Myoseki `names` exists.
  923. Irrespective of the rank of people attending the event, a lottery method was used to impartially select between 3 to 5 individuals to invite to participate in tea ceremonies where priceless tea ceremony utensils were used.
  924. Irrigation technology has improved so much since the modern times that irrigation and drainage can be made possible by building a waterwheel along the channel even on alluvial plains where the slope is gentle, and as a result, rice cultivation has spread to downstream plains which are called breadbaskets today.
  925. Iruka fell over and said to the empress by prostrating himself 'What did I do to deserve this treatment? Please punish them.'
  926. Iruka found it suspicious and asked 'why are you shaking?'
  927. Iruka hands over the covenant to Daihanji and drives his father to commit seppuku.
  928. Iruka has intruded into the palace and declared himself emperor.
  929. Iruka has superhuman power because his father Emishi made his wife drink the blood of a white male deer before his birth.
  930. Iruka is a typical Kugeaku (a noble villain in Kabuki).
  931. Iruka is having a party with his vassals.
  932. Iruka is suspicious, and Fukashichi shows him a letter from Kamatari, which says that he will become a vassal of Iruka.
  933. Iruka sent troops led by KOSE no Tokuta and HAJI no Saba no Muraji to attack Ikaruganomiya Palace where Prince Yamashiro no Oe resided.
  934. Iruka suppressed such movements and attempted to attach Prince Furuhito no Oe no Miko, who was strongly related to the Soga clan, to the emperor.
  935. Iruka's body was thrown out to the garden and covered with a shoji screen (a paper sliding door).
  936. Iruka, having seized power, becomes a fearful tyrant.
  937. Iruka, whose supernatural power has been diminished by mystical power of the flute, is killed, and to everyone's delight, the emperor comes back to the throne and restores the peace.
  938. Iruka-jinja Shrine
  939. Iruka-jinja Shrine is located in Shoko-cho, Kashihara City, Nara Prefecture.
  940. Iruma City Museum: displaying 'tea' mainly as a major place of production for Sayama Tea.
  941. Iryo GEN
  942. Iryo GEN (male, years of birth and death unknown) was a tenkokuka (artist of seal engraving) in the mid-Edo period.
  943. Is MOJO WEST a group that is asking for freedom?'
  944. Is Seimei here?', Hakudo asked Doma.
  945. Is Shigemasa a misprint of Shigetaka?
  946. Is a woman's hair her life?
  947. Is is believed many of the toraijin (people from overseas, especially from China and Korea, who settled in early Japan and introduced Continental culture to the Japanese) technical experts who came to Japan in groups after the late 5th century belonged to shinabe.
  948. Is it 'Datsu-A Nyu-O Ron' (Theory of Leaving Asia and Entering Europe)?
  949. Is it Agemaki's mischievous young girl attendant? No, even the attendant has left, there is still someone pinching his the leg.
  950. Is it because my garden is unevenly covered by fallen plum blooms that nightingales are persistently singing there?
  951. Is it because of a demon?' ("Gyokuyo" (Diary of Kanezane KUJO)).
  952. Is it reluctance I feel at returning to the east,'
  953. Is it reluctance I feel at returning to the east.'
  954. Is it suitable to consider her as an elder sister of the brother princes Oke (億計) and Oke (弘計)?
  955. Is known as the compiler of the "Senzai wakashu" (Millennium Anthology of Waka Poetry).
  956. Is located at the north of Kyoto Basin, on the sourthern slope of Mount Kurama, where rich natural environment remains.
  957. Is responsible for developing, editing, and managing the calendar and is also an Instructor that trains 10 reki no sho (students of reki).
  958. Is there something?
  959. Is this a dream or not?
  960. Is was 25 times as large as Dejima island in Nagasaki, Japan (Dutch trading post), in the same age which was approximately 13,200 square meters.
  961. Isa Branch of Kyoto Hokuto Shinkin Bank
  962. Isa Castle (Nakadate, Chikusei City, Ibaraki Prefecture)
  963. Isa Station (Kyoto Prefecture)
  964. Isa Station (Kyoto Prefecture) - Fukuchiyama Station - Kami-Kawaguchi Station
  965. Isa Station, located in Fukuchiyama City, Kyoto Prefecture, is a stop on the Sanin Main Line of the West Japan Railway Company (JR West).
  966. Isa-ha group of the Sekishu-ryu school (a group of Sekishu-ryu school of Japanese tea ceremony)
  967. Isaan cuisine
  968. Isaan cuisine street stalls sell the following items: Grilled sticky rice balls, Som Tam (Chili-Papaya Salad), and dressed beef with herb sauce.
  969. Isaburo worked at the Privy Council, at the Ministry of Communication and as the governor of Tokushima Prefecture.
  970. Isami KONDO
  971. Isami KONDO (November 9, 1834 - May 17, 1868) was the head of the Shinsengumi (a group who guarded Kyoto during the end of Tokugawa Shogunate).
  972. Isami KONDO called it the Rakuyo Upheaval in his writings.
  973. Isami KONDO got angry with his reaction even after he told Motsugai who he was, so he took a lance.
  974. Isami KONDO welcomed the participation of Ito, but it is said that Toshizo HIJIKATA took precautions against him, believing him to be a schemer.
  975. Isami KONDO, Toshizo HIJIKATA, Soji OKITA, Keisuke YAMANAMI and others from Shiei-kan, a kenjutsu school in Edo, later joined the Roshigumi also, and they acted together until they arrived in Kyoto.
  976. Isami KONDO, who acquired power, became the commander.
  977. Isami KONDO: Beheaded April 25, 1868 by the government army
  978. Isami gained the attention in the Ikedaya Incident (in which the Shinsengumi attacked the advocates respecting the Emperor and excluding foreigners), but was decapitated by the New government army after the outbreak of the Boshin War (between the new Meiji government and the old Edo Shogunate supporters).
  979. Isami was his nickname, and his real name was Masayoshi.
  980. Isamu KAMATA (From June 21, 1944 to -)
  981. Isamu NOGUCHI
  982. Isana-tori (The Whaler)
  983. Isao BITO, Saburo ISHIKURA, and others discovered their potentials as wonderful supporting actors by Ichikawa.
  984. Isao MATSUO
  985. Isao MATSUSHITA: "Drumming of Japan JAKOMOKO JANKO" (1984)
  986. Isao MATSUSHITA: "Hi-Ten Yu" a concerto for the Japanese drum and orchestra (1993 - 1994)
  987. Isao MIZUTANI
  988. Isao SHIMOJIMA (another name as a poet was Kukoku), who was a doctor from Inadani and knew Seigetsu during his boyhood, came up with the idea of collecting Seigetsu's work and asked his real brother Goro SHIMOJIMA, who lived in Inadani, to research it.
  989. Isasa Jinja Shrine (of which the Main Hall is an Important Cultural Property of Japan)
  990. Isasumi-jinja Shrine in Onuma-gun, Fukushima Prefecture
  991. Isatsu-gawa River
  992. Isatsu-gawa River begins in the south of Mt. Misen (664 m above sea level) on the border between Maizuru City, Kyoto Prefecture, and Ayabe City, and runs into Maizuru Bay through the Nishi-Maizuru urban area.
  993. Isatsu-gawa River, a class B river system, runs mainly through Maizuru City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  994. Isawa (place name)
  995. Isawa Prefecture: established on August 12 (old lunar calendar) in 1869. ->X
  996. Isawa Prefecture: established on September 4 (old lunar calendar) in 1868 -> abolished and incorporated into Kai-fu on October 28 (old lunar calendar) in 1868.
  997. Isawa-jo Castle Period
  998. Isawa-jo Castle was constructed.
  999. Isawa-jo Castle, 802, about late 10th century, Isawa gun, former site of Isawa-jo Castle
  1000. Isawa-no-mikuriya

187001 ~ 188000

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