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  1. Afterwards, it was reformed in 1873, it had more authority and the responsibility for hohitsu (to make advices to the Emperor with full responsibility of the results) toward the Emperor was clarified.
  2. Afterwards, longing for the ministerial post that was only one step away, Tadanobu frequently prayed for it.
  3. Afterwards, many jokashi (outside castle samurai) departed Kagoshima/home towns and leveraged clan links in pursuit of careers as central-government bureaucrats or in the military whereas those of goshi origin formed cliques within the police.
  4. Afterwards, on July 19, the conference was held again at the same place with the same participants, but this ended with only adjustments of details such as concrete explanations of the implementation guidelines for matters decided during the last conference.
  5. Afterwards, promulgated in 1946 and taking effect the following year, the Constitution of Japan set forth the sovereignty of the people in the preamble as well as Article 1, in turn, abolishing the imperial sovereignty (Article 98 of the Constitution of Japan).
  6. Afterwards, she came to be emotionally involved with Ichitaro OGAWA.
  7. Afterwards, she continued running its rites and festival until Yamato hime no mikoto took over the charge on the tenth day of the third month of 25th year of Emperor Suinin's reign (old lunar calendar) (5 B.C.).
  8. Afterwards, she got married with Dainagon (chief councilor of state) MINAMOTO no Kiyokage (a son of Emperor Yozei), and got married again with TACHIBANA no Korekaze, Kawachi no kuni no kami (Governor of Kawachi Province) in later years.
  9. Afterwards, she spent her time visiting her disciples in Shikoku and gave lectures on Fudo (the ways that women must abide) up until her death in 1881in Marugame City, Kagawa Prefecture where she was visiting at the time.
  10. Afterwards, since Emperor Seinei who was the Imperial prince of Emperor Yuryaku did not have children, her father, Emperor Ninken was received by the Imperial court, and was enthroned.
  11. Afterwards, since Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA lived in surrender and obedience, the former Shogunate forces, which had still continued to rebel, lost the core of the movement and were unable to unite their forces.
  12. Afterwards, some soldiers returned to allegiance to the new Meiji government.
  13. Afterwards, surviving soldiers of the Imagawa side tried to bring Yoshimoto's body back to Sunpu (Shizuoka City), but his headless corpse suffered from considerably rapid decomposition and was buried in Hoi County, Mikawa Province.
  14. Afterwards, the Ando clan is said to have been prosperous placing its home base in Tosaminato, Tsugaru Province through the time from the late Kamakura period to the Period of the Northern and Southern Courts, however, the period of time in which the clan was dominating Tosaminato can not be precisely determined because of various estimates.
  15. Afterwards, the Kangakuin was renamed Kyoshaku-ji Temple (commonly known as Suzume-dera Temple), and the temple is now relocated in Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City.
  16. Afterwards, the Kinai region (provinces surrounding Kyoto and Nara) came to be involved in wars (such as Funaokayama-gassen [battle of Mt. Funaoka]) originating from a struggle over the position of shogunate.
  17. Afterwards, the Kyogoku family changed territory to Toyooka during the generation of Takamitsu's grandchildren, but the descendants of Tomishige MAKINO the husband of Takamitsu's daughter inherited the Maizuru Domain.
  18. Afterwards, the Kyoto mimawarigumi was founded with hatamoto (direct retainer of the shogun) and gokenin (immediate vassal of the shogunate in the Kamakura and Muromachi through Edo periods) placed under the Kyoto Mimawariyaku.
  19. Afterwards, the Matsumae clan was approved by Ieyasu TOKUGAWA of the monopolistic trade right with the Ainu and ranked as daimyo (Japanese territorial lord).
  20. Afterwards, the SL revival operation project did not go well partly because of the influence of JNR reconstruction, and this "SL Yamaguchi-go" became the only SL during the JNR era, but the project gained rapid speed due to JNR breakup and privatization.
  21. Afterwards, the Sasaki clan (Nobutsuna's clan), appointed as Omi shugo (the Governor of Omi Province), fought severely against them for fishery and navigation rights of Katata.
  22. Afterwards, the Suzuki family of Mito Domain changed its myoji (family name) to Saiga, and it is said that the successive heads of the family adopted 'Magoichi' as their common names.
  23. Afterwards, the ceremony etiquette style embraced by Saneyori was named the Ononomiya school after his Ononomiya residence while the style introduced by Morosuke was named the Kujo school.
  24. Afterwards, the clan lived a masterless period for a while, and later it continued as a feudal retainer of the Hikone clan.
  25. Afterwards, the descendants of Yoshitsugu fled to Echizen, and they were called "Kuradanigosho."
  26. Afterwards, the domain was divided into three and one-third was given to each of Takatomo's sons (Tango trifurcation) and in Mineyama, the Mineyama Domain was established by Takamichi KYOGOKU (the lord of the Mineyama Domain of Tango Province).
  27. Afterwards, the form and the material had changed with the times.
  28. Afterwards, the judgment was passed down as the 'Judgment of Nyobutsu.'
  29. Afterwards, the large armor remained only to show a general's authority and status.
  30. Afterwards, the learning dormitories were placed under the Tokugawa Bakufu's jurisdiction, and the Bakufu rebuilt them as Kangakukoin (a learning school).
  31. Afterwards, the main leaders and participants were arrested one after another in various places.
  32. Afterwards, the names and the borders of some towns were changed as follows and the number of towns prefixing the names 'Momoyama-cho' or 'Momoyama' became 68.
  33. Afterwards, the national isolation completely ended after the conclusion of "The Treaty of Amity and Commerce between the United States and Japan" in 1858.
  34. Afterwards, the negotiations were moved to Ryosen-ji Temple in Izu Province, Shimoda (present Shimoda City, Shizuoka Prefecture).
  35. Afterwards, the number of town names prefixing 'Nakajima' became 12 through the following changes in accordance with the land readjustment project.
  36. Afterwards, the number of town names prefixing 'Shimotoba' became 31 through the following changes in accordance with the land readjustment project.
  37. Afterwards, the number of town names prefixing 'Takeda' became 27 through the following changes in accordance with the land readjustment project.
  38. Afterwards, the number of towns prefixing the name 'Daigo' became 66 through the following changes.
  39. Afterwards, the number of towns prefixing the name 'Yokooji' became 32 (except for the towns prefixing the names 'Yokooji Shimomisu' and 'Yokooji Misu') through the following changes.
  40. Afterwards, the numbers of domains who retained the chigyo system (enfeoffment system), accounted for 17% of all domains.
  41. Afterwards, the post of Kami (director) was succeeded and inherited by the Ozuki clan.
  42. Afterwards, the provincial monastery and nunnery was transferred to Seta Ruin Temple (Jinryo, Otsu City) and then it was transferred to the site of Kokusho-ji Temple in 820 after Seta Ruin Temple was burned down,
  43. Afterwards, the same restriction was repeatedly aborted and revived; however, Gunbu Daijin Geneki Bukan sei was redefined by Prime Minister Aritomo YAMAGATA in 1900.
  44. Afterwards, the shape and the material had gradually changed with the times.
  45. Afterwards, the staging of the Boshin War led to the Ueno War in the urban area of Edo, the Hokuetsu War in the Hokuriku and Tohoku regions, the Aizu War, and then the Hakodate War.
  46. Afterwards, the system was formalized by the Era Name Law, which was enacted on June 6, 1979.
  47. Afterwards, the track between Kyoto Station and Sonobe Station was laid and run with electric trains (it was later extended to Fukuchiyama Station, while direct electric trains went as far as Kinosakionsen Station where the electrification of railways had been completed during the late Japan National Railways era).
  48. Afterwards, the vegetation of Satoyama recovered as the society stabilized, but when the Pacific War (World War II) broke out, Satoyama again underwent excessive logging due to the lack of materials, and many of the hills and mountains were left treeless around the country.
  49. Afterwards, the view on imperial history before the war mainly consisted of ideological interpretation, such as declaring Takauji ASHIKAGA a villain for rebelling against the Emperor and Masashige KUSUNOKI and Yoshisada NITTA loyalists.
  50. Afterwards, there were no more children between Mika; the 10 boys and 11 girls born during the Meiji era were children born between his two concubines.
  51. Afterwards, they drink shinshu (sake, or Japanese rice wine, offered to gods) as naorai (feast after a ceremony).
  52. Afterwards, they followed Takauji as he again turned his back toward the Southern Court, and went with the current of the bakufu from beginning to end.
  53. Afterwards, they had a severe sword fight with the ITO party who arrived to the scene (Abura no Koji Incident).
  54. Afterwards, they moved to the king's outer palace, Ufumiudon (Omi Goten), where liquor and food were served.
  55. Afterwards, this company, having performed the operations of dynamically preserved JNR C10 and JNR C12 steam locomotives, at last restarted running steam locomotives on the trunk line on July 9, 1976 when steam locomotives disappeared from JNR.
  56. Afterwards, this type of jogakuji became a prototype of "goganji" (a temple for Imperial Family).
  57. Afterwards, three volumes of 'Sanbo-ekotoba' were offered to the Imperial Princess as introduction to the priesthood.
  58. Afterwards, through Mitsuhide AKECHI, who had earlier served the Asakura clan, he would ask for support from Nobunaga ODA, the lord of Owari Province.
  59. Afterwards, together with his son Nizaemon held kabuki kyoshitsu (kabuki classroom) for high school students and continued his effort to foster fans for kabuki.
  60. Afterwards, unlike his cousin Sanesuke, he came to agree with Michinaga on political issues, in the face of the emergence of the Kujo line coupled with the downfall of Ononomiya line, and strengthened ties with Michinaga by taking his son FUJIWARA no Norimichi as his son-in-law.
  61. Afterwards, various declarations concerning the currency reform were put out with OKUMA (on April 17 he became a full-time finance office vice prefectural governor, and on July 6, he transferred to Okura no taifu [a senior assistant minister of the Ministry of Treasury] due to the establishment of Ministry of finance) as the main leader.
  62. Afterwards, when Daini YAMAGATA and others caused the 'Meiwa Incident' in 1767, he was suspected of having been involved in it and sentenced to the banishment to Hachijo-jima Island, but in course of transportation he died of illness in Miyake-jima Island.
  63. Afterwards, when Kazushige UGAKI (Yobieki Army General) was named by the Emperor to be a candidate for Prime Minister, he could not obtain a candidate for the Minister of War from within the Army and driven into a situation in which he had to give up forming the Cabinet in 1937.
  64. Afterwards, when Toshikata found out about that incident, he conveyed his clear-cut opinion to FUJIWARA Sanesuke (article on October 29, 1019 of "Shouki").
  65. Afterwards, when Yoshinari relied on Sozen in petitioning for his reinstatement, Yoshimasa, placated by Sozen, on February 6, 1467 invited Yoshinari to Hana no Gosho (or Muromachi-dai) of the Shogun's residence and remitted him without consulting Masanaga or Katsumoto.
  66. Afterwards, when he worked in the Imperial Court, Ryukan returned to a secular life changing his name to 'Takara.'
  67. Afterwards, when militarism intensely increased, attention to critical viewpoints poured into Noh dramas whose themes were related to the Emperor's family.
  68. Afterwards, while the central government was thrown into confusion since Yoshiki (ASHIKAGA) was expelled by the Meio Coup, Soun gradually dominated Izu Province.
  69. Afterwards, with the abolishment of domains and creation of prefectures in the Meiji era, the Ryukyu kingdom came to an end.
  70. Afterwards, with the administration transferred to Jitoin-to, Arifusa once again became obscure but was conferred Joichii (Junior First Rank) on February 20, 1318.
  71. Afterwards, with the progressive opportunity during the Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States) it had already become a semi informal dress even during peacetime from 1528 and 1554.
  72. Afterword, Ikezuki was presented to MINAMOTO no Yoritomo.
  73. Afuchi-jinja Shrine (Achi-mura, Shimoina-gun, Nagano Prefecture)
  74. Afuhi Project (also referred as Aoi Project)
  75. Aga no himemiko (648 - c. 709) was a princess of the Emperor Tenchi.
  76. Aga no himemiko (Princess Aga)
  77. Agachino fell into disuse in the Kamakura period, and only the form is left to the offerings made at shrines to Shinto gods at Ise Jingu Shrine and Atsuta Jingu Shrine.
  78. Again he talked to her and they showed their fan to each other.
  79. Again in 1563, the Amago clan ordered Hisakane UYAMA, Yoshikiyo USHIO, and Hisatsuna TACHIHARA to attack the Mitoyajo Castle, but were fought off.
  80. Again in 1884, the bad weather continued and delayed their cultivation, and the feeling of despair spread among the pioneers.
  81. Again she became a widow and unfortunately her child was too young to take over the head of the family.
  82. Again the abalone are put into a pot filled with boiling water, and when the water boils they are scooped out, arranged on seiro (baskets used for steaming food) and allowed to cool in the shade, in a place with good air circulation.
  83. Again this time, however, strong anxiety of Ganjin's disciplines, Lingyu, for his master's safety brought him to civil authorities to stop Ganjin crossing the sea to Japan.
  84. Again, Chidori and the three were placed in despair, and Seno continued.
  85. Again, Minami and others went to Honzan on that day and persuaded the workers.
  86. Again, Yoritomo declined the offer but he was appointed to Konoe no daisho on December 29 (November 24 under the old lunar calendar).
  87. Again, Yoshitsune asked for an imperial decree to search for and kill MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, and the Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa gave the imperial decree to Yoshitsune, giving into pressure.
  88. Again, boil the marc of the squeezed seaweed to obtain the secondary liquid, and mix the liquid with freshly boiled liquid or use it to boil new, raw seaweed.
  89. Again, do not take hasty action before sending my troops, and (尚一平可申遣候).
  90. Again, he aimed to set up a totalitarian party, modeled on the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and the National Socialist German Workers Party (the Nazi Party).
  91. Again, his lord, Rokuro, assumed a position to protect Kizawa, but nevertheless they did not stop the siege of Iimoriyama-jo Castle, and so Kizawa nearly went to his fate.
  92. Again, in 1944, an abridged translation of the English translation by Arthur WALEY was published.
  93. Again, in a manner uncommon for a railway station operated by joint private-public management, it's significant in that it has a JR Ticket Office (Midori-no-madoguchi).
  94. Again, in the past, whenever a fire broke out in the neighborhood, a plasterer going by would run in and use clay prepared for fire prevention purposes to block up all gaps and prevent the dozo from catching fire.
  95. Again, seeking to revive his campaign he raised an army in Sakaiura and Ishizu in Izumi Province.
  96. Again, some were constructed with bricks or Oya-ishi stone instead of mud walls.
  97. Again, the Nenbutsu show that Junsai and Juren had held at Shishigatani was considered as a problem.
  98. Again, tickets for a Keihan Keishin Line station cannot be purchased at Keihan's Rokujizo Station despite its being the same Keihan, but a connecting ticket via Misasagi can be purchased at the subway Rokujizo station.
  99. Again, when referring to the vicinity of the station or intersection, locals frequently say 'Nanajo Keihan' instead of 'Shichijo Keihan.'
  100. Against "Bushosho" (the year of realization unknown) by Tokuitsu, Saicho countered his argument in "Shogon-jikkyo" (realized in 817).
  101. Against "Chuhen gikyo" and "Enichiusoku" by Tokuitsu, Saicho countered his argument in "Shugo-kokkai-sho" (realized in 818).
  102. Against Genjo HONINBO, he had a teaiwari (handicap) of Sen ai sen (playing black then white then black), advancing to the fifth dan level, and returned to Kyoto.
  103. Against Inoue's theory of nationalization of railway, the powerful businessmen in Mitsui and Mitsubishi-zaibatsu (company syndicate) including Eichi SHIBUSAWA, Ukichi TAGUCHI, and Hikojiro NAKAMIGAWA advocated the theory of railway management by private sectors.
  104. Against Kato's opinion that it was too early, Daijiro MAKI (馬城臺二郎) (a pen name of Kenraro OI) published a counter argument on Tokyo Nichinichi Newspaper.
  105. Against Katsuie, Hideyoshi broke through by holding Nobunaga's funeral with having his adopted son Hidekatsu HASHIBA (Nobunaga's fourth son) a chief mourner on October 15.
  106. Against Kudara's come back, the Tang Dynasty deployed 7000 additional sea warriors led by Liu Rengui.
  107. Against Omotedaka, kokudaka that was actually used to estimate nengu imposed to ryomin (people of the domain) was called uchidaka (real value of the yield).
  108. Against Tokaido region: Ieyasu TOKUGAWA
  109. Against Yokozuna Tanigoro KIMENZAN, his record was 2 wins, 1 defeat and 3 draws; however he did not do well against Totaro UMEGATANI (the first) with the result of 5 defeats, 1 draw and 2 holds.
  110. Against Yoshitada, the eastern camp made Toshimitsu KAI, the senior vassal of Yoshikado SHIBA (western camp), switch sides and appointed Toshimitsu as shugodai of Totomi Province in 1475.
  111. Against a shogunal plan of claiming imperial sanction to the signing of the Treaty of Amity and Commerce between the United States and Japan that was to be signed in 1858, Takanaka participated in a sit-in protest staged by 88 courtiers (which is called the 'Teishin hachijuhachi kyo ressan jiken' incident in Japanese.)
  112. Against a strong opinion to break it through, Benkei advises, 'Though it is easy to break through this barrier, it is best not to make a scene now, thinking about the further travel.'
  113. Against him, Hideyoshi invaded northern Ise on February 10.
  114. Against his movement, Ryogen (1295-1336), the seventh head-priest of Bukko-ji Temple, who succeeded the lineage of Shinran's disciples in Kanto region, and other Homyaku gradually took an opposing stance against Hongan-ji Temple, having Bukko-ji Temple and Senju-ji Temple as their bases.
  115. Against his will, he entered a private school, Tokyo Eigo Gakko (Tokyo English School) (currently Nihon Gakuen Junior High School/Senior High School), which was then known as a preparatory school.
  116. Against such a background, the theory of painting by DONG Qichang mentioned above dealt with literati painting as opposed to Intaiga (a type of Chinese painting associated with the Imperial Court Academy) by professional painters.
  117. Against such backdrop, Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA submitted his letter of resignation as shogunate on October 24, obviously anticipating to be refused and was, in fact, put on hold by the Imperial court.
  118. Against such circumstances, Shogun Muromachi hired samurais of various regions over the Shugo daimyos' heads, and formed 'Hoko-shu' as mentioned above, which not only strengthened the direct military power of the shogun but also deterred the control of Shugo daimyos over their lands.
  119. Against that opinion, Morotada stated that the task and treatment of 'suino' were under 'the new rules' made during the Keicho era, but were stipulated by Ieyasu TOKUGAWA for restoring the Imperial court; therefore, 'kyokumu' and 'kanmu' had to comply with it.
  120. Against that tendency, after World War II Eiji YOSHIKAWA wrote a novel about the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan) called the "Shihon Taiheiki," giving Takauji ASHIKAGA a new interpretation that was different from the previous image of him.
  121. Against that, KIRINO was ready to fight a decisive battle to death in Kiyama.
  122. Against that, Saigo concentrated on guarding the Imperial Palace as a neutral position, and declined the offer of a military post on July 8, from Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA by advice from Kiyokado KOMATSU.
  123. Against that, in Mahayana Buddhism, the object is the Gedatsu and the Satori of oneself and the others.
  124. Against that, on May 4, the government army sent three battalions of the detached 3rd brigade from Minamata to seize Oguchi.
  125. Against the Hongan-ji Temple: The army corps of Nobumori SAKUMA
  126. Against the Portuguese merchants who had exclusively gained profits from trade of raw silk, Ieyasu made merchants in Kyoto, in Sakai and in Nagasaki form itowappu nakama (the thread tally union) to diminish their profits.
  127. Against the Retired Emperor Gotoba and kyogata (the supporters of the Imperial Court) that raised an army, Koreyoshi's son Korenobu, who succeeded to the positions of Shugo in six provinces after his father's death, hastened to Retired Emperor Gotoba and joined the army of kyogata to fight against the forces of Kamakura bakufu.
  128. Against the Taira clan, who put their headquarters and set up strong defensive positions at Fukuhara, the Noriyori army conducted a frontal attack from the east side and heavy fighting took place at Ikuta no-mori Forest.
  129. Against the above, Motoya got a right-wing activist Daikaku CHODOIN to intervene.
  130. Against the accusation of NISHIGORI, some doctors announced the custody was proper, only causing more troubles.
  131. Against the attack, a man countered by building yagura (turret) (fortress) on his mustachios.
  132. Against the backdrop of these changes, there occurred developments such as the emerging regional landholders gaining large tracts of land and the rise of the bureaucrats.
  133. Against the backdrop, a new screen satisfactorily fulfilling the functions of separating one space from another and allowing the passage of outdoor light into an indoor space and giving protection against cold wind, the akari shoji came into being.
  134. Against the background of the established fact of Zoyakumen, these lands later obtained fuyu no ken (the right of tax exemption)/funyu no ken (the right to keep tax agents from entering the property) as kishinchi kei shorn (shoen originated from donated lands) or became the unit of kokugaryo, which was then consisted of many shoen.
  135. Against the background of the increasing solidarity among farmers, some myoshu farmers even refused to obey their rulers.
  136. Against the background, a thought of the times was created that the seven wise men such as Ruan Ji and Keiko were considered ideal persons and recluse itself became an ideal way of life.
  137. Against the castle soldiers of Negoro shu led by Ukon IDEHARA (井出原右近), Hasuikebo YAMADA (山田蓮池坊) and others, Tadaoki HOSOKAWA, Yoshitsugu OTANI, Ujisato GAMO, Terumasa IKEDA and others attacked.
  138. Against the change to the policy, conservative government officials, who believed the thoughts of "Eisei Sekija" (put value on justness and reject evil and wrong way) triggered a backlash, and there was also an opposition movement by Confucian scholars in 1882.
  139. Against the communist revolution, Shumei OKAWA argued for 'Kinki Revolution' that aimed to steer Japan in the right direction with an emperor at the top.
  140. Against the composition, Shozo TANAKA held a demonstration to stop the victims.
  141. Against the government army marching toward Takase and the government army in Takase, the main force of the Satsuma army was planning to be divided into three flanks of left, center, and right to make a pincer attack from the areas shown below.
  142. Against the pretext theory, some historians criticize that this theory should not give a detrimental rational forte to the direct line succession theories and the legitimate child succession theories, both of which are developed largely based on successive suppositions, to negate the explicitly written historical materials.
  143. Against the prevalent trend of those days, he challenged various new trials, such as placing emphasis on Manyoshu (Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves).
  144. Against the thought that unequal treaties, starting Treaty of Nanking were grace given by the Qing dynasty, unequal sides of treaties were gradually recognized, and revision of those treaties was set as diplomatic objectives.
  145. Against their remarks, members of the Seibu-Kodo Hall turned defiant and decided 'to preserve three red stars as their own proof of existence as well as an eternal engraved mark.'
  146. Against them, the followers of Otomo no Miko ordered ONO no Hatayasu to move the force from the north, and IKI no Karakuni to move the force from the west, to advance to Yamato-no-miyako from the two directions.
  147. Against them, the punitive brigades of the government army successively entered Nankanmachi and established the headquarters, immediately dispatched troops to Ishinuki, and sent reinforcements to Iwasakihara.
  148. Against these activity, the government promulgated hoan jorei (regulations for the preservation of law and order) in December 1887 and arrested Kataoka, as well as exiled and arrested many other activists, and thus this campaign had no choice but to be collapsed.
  149. Against these studies that focus on the Takeda clan and Kai-Genji, Yoshihiko Amino stressed the role which other clans played in the medieval history of Kai and asserted the necessity to study other clans.
  150. Against this Hideyoshi asked Ujisato GAMO to fight at northern Ise, went back to Omi and faced SHIBATA troops on March 11.
  151. Against this accusation, Tomomitsu defended himself saying that he had received words '(Yuki clan) Should be equal to the Ashikaga clan' from Yoritomo when he was still alive; by the judgment of the Regent at the time, Tokiyori HOJO, he won the suit.
  152. Against this action, criticism came from the temple's side, local people in opposition and portions of the mass media.
  153. Against this as well, taking some measures is required.
  154. Against this backdrop, divergence between the former and the latter has become a problem.
  155. Against this background, 'korai chawan', which were originally made as everyday bowls, came to be treated as tea bowls.
  156. Against this background, mokoku was eventually deemed as a war criminal that diminished the value of the hojo to keep it out of the mainstream of the calligraphy world.
  157. Against this background, over time the status of ebusshi came to be passed on to their children or disciples through a vocational system, and as seen in the Takuma school founded by Tameto TAKUMA, schools specializing in training of ebusshi came to be formed.
  158. Against this background, the Imperial court started entrusting tax collection and military affairs to kokushi.
  159. Against this background, the logs produced in the Nakagawa area and Takao, Takaga-mine, and Ono-go are called "Jiyama maruta," which means locally produced logs, and those from Keihoku-cho and other towns are called "Tanba-mono," called Tanba products.
  160. Against this background, within the Imperial Court there emerged animated moves to restore its previous authority by recovering centripetal force and thereby turning the eyes of people to real-world politics.
  161. Against this decision, the three teachers refused the transfer, so the Board decided to give them disciplinary dismissal.
  162. Against this movement, Hideyoshi had warriors of Ise such as Morinobu (Mantetsu) SEKI, Yoshitaka KUKI, Nobukane ODA on his side by traps.
  163. Against this movement, the So clan tried to export copper by shipping it over by tokusosen which had been used only for diplomatic negotiations until then.
  164. Against this political backdrop, Moroie, though he was a third son, was treated as a legitimate son and was promoted to Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-counselor of state) in 1179 when he was only eight years old.
  165. Against this situation in Kanto region, Bakufu defeated Mochiie's suppression army.
  166. Against this situation, Nobunaga sent 3,000 reinforcement including Nobumori SAKUMA and Hirohide HIRATE to Ieyasu.
  167. Against this situation, Princess Shoshi, the empress of Emperor Junna, tried to make Kaidan (Ama Kaidan), the Buddhist ordination platform for women, but due to objections she could not.
  168. Against this tendency, the court took countermeasures, such as rewarding KICHITA no Yoroshi (called Kichiyoroshi for short) in 721 for his contribution to I-do, and newly establishing the post of "Nyoi Hakase" (Female Master of Medicine) in Naiyakushi.
  169. Against this theory, Daie put much value on Koan (questions with paradox from a teacher to a student during the course of Zen practice), its ideas, and participation and exploration into it.
  170. Against this theory, other people say that it was her rival Gekkoin who recommended Yoshimune and that Hiroko recommended Tsugutomo TOKUGAWA of the Owari Tokugawa family or Kiyotake MATSUDAIRA, a real younger brother of Ienobu, as the next Shogun.
  171. Against this theory, some point out that there are no clear answers to whether the aid was given as "jiden"(rice fields owned by temples)(a harvest from jiden was given to temples) or as the direct provision of supplies.
  172. Against this theory, there is criticism pointing out that if it were a succession law, it can be used to justify such unusual cases as the successions of Empress Genmei, Empress Gensho, Emperor Junnin, and Emperor Konin, however the theory is not applied in these cases.
  173. Against this view, there is a refutation which advocates that it is impossible to reason why the Mori clan, which had been protecting Yoshiaki, did not know about Honnoji Incident (according to accepted view).
  174. Against this, Hideharu fought by barricading himself in the Yakami-jo Castle and coped with Mitsuhide's attack for over one and a half years.
  175. Against this, Kato maintained a cautious stance until the end by insisting that the establishment of parliament in a 'hankai' nation would lead to 'Yushi Sensei' (autocratic government dominated by the bureaucracy of domain clique).
  176. Against this, Nanto Daishu (monks residing in the zendo) constructed moats in Hannya-ji Temple and Nara-zaka slope, which were fortified with 7,000 soldiers.
  177. Against this, Negoro and Saiga shu lined up more than 9,000 soldiers in total at some castles of Sennan such as Sawa, Shakuzenji, Hatanakajo and Sengokubori.
  178. Against this, SOGA no Iname recommended to accept it; 'All people in west countries believe in Buddhism. How can only Japanese people be against it?'
  179. Against this, airline companies have taken the measures of enabling reserved tickets to be changed between Tokyo and Osaka and of introducing discount round tickets usable for any airline also between Tokyo and Osaka.
  180. Against this, the House voted to have him suspended from the parliament for a week on December 5.
  181. Against this, the formation of the government forces that were going to invade Miyakonojo was made roughly as follows:
  182. Against this, the government army deployed the 4th brigade, the 3rd brigade, the 2nd brigade, and the detached 2nd brigade on the west bank of the Ichinose-gawa River from the sea side of Hirose, waiting for an opportunity of attacking.
  183. Against this, the government army was organized as below:
  184. Against this, those who worked for the government such as Kato, Mori, Tsuda and Nishi opposed.
  185. Agaist this, Yoshitaka did not gain many allies but Yoshitaka's close associate, Takatoyo REIZEI, with millitary power of only 2000 soldiers.
  186. Agalloch
  187. Agano (上野) ware was made in Fukuchi-machi, Tagawa-gun, in Fukuoka Prefecture.
  188. Agar-agar
  189. Agari Icho Kannon (Kannon statue carved in a gingko tree)
  190. Agari: Green tea
  191. Agari: green tea
  192. Agarifuji (rising wisteria)
  193. Agata (Territory)
  194. Agata Matsuri Festival
  195. Agata is considered to have been originally a toparchy governed by a local ruling family in ancient times.
  196. Agata is said to have been a province that ranked below ryoseikoku (a kind of province)
  197. Agata no INUKAI no Michiyo
  198. Agata no INUKAI no Michiyo (665? - January 11, 733 (old lunar calendar) (February 4, 733)) was a court lady during the early Nara Period.
  199. Agata no Inukai no Hirotoji
  200. Agata no Inukai no Hirotoji (year of birth unknown - November 8, 762) was the wife of Emperor Shomu.
  201. Agata was a kind of province over which Yamato sovereignty had direct control.
  202. Agata-jinja Shrine
  203. Agata-matsuri Festival
  204. Agata-nushi
  205. Agatamori, at that time, served as Chunagon (Middle Counselor), an important position in the government, and was also appointed a military governor of the Sanin-do Road.
  206. Agatanonushi (territorial ruler)
  207. Agatanonushi concentrated in western Japan, while there were only few agatanonushi in eastern Japan.
  208. Agatanonushi gave his great loyalty to Yamato sovereignty, unlike kuninomiyatsuko (local ruling families in ancient Japan) that are said to have been appointed as rulers of the regions formerly governed by them.
  209. Agatanonushi is considered to have governed the region as a deputy of Yamato sovereignty.
  210. Agate and rhinoceros horn were unfigured for both square and round-shaped sashes.
  211. Agate was used by courtiers of the Fourth Rank and rhinoceros horn was used by tenjobito (high-ranking courtiers allowed into the Imperial Palace) of Fourth Rank, Fifth Rank or lower.
  212. Agatha Christie's detective novels are renowned for many citations from "Mother Goose."
  213. Agawa ume no sato (The forest of Japanese plum) (Kamiyama Town, Tokushima Prefecture)
  214. Age 14:
  215. Age 22:
  216. Age 24:
  217. Age 28:
  218. Age 29:
  219. Age 30:
  220. Age 31:
  221. Age 34:
  222. Age 35:
  223. Age 43:
  224. Age 47:
  225. Age 56:
  226. Age 57:
  227. Age 67:
  228. Age and content
  229. Age at Death: 85
  230. Age at death 63.
  231. Age at death is 64.
  232. Age at death was 75 (counting in the old Japanese way).
  233. Age at death was 75.
  234. Age at death: 25
  235. Age at death: 43
  236. Age at death: 55.
  237. Age at death: 57.
  238. Age at death: 60.
  239. Age at death: 61.
  240. Age at death: 66
  241. Age at death: 73.
  242. Age at death: 75.
  243. Age at death: 79.
  244. Age at death: 81
  245. Age at death: 83.
  246. Age at death: 85.
  247. Age at death: 91.
  248. Age composition
  249. Age is no object for death.
  250. Age kamaboko (fried kamaboko)
  251. Age kamaboko and sasa kamaboko
  252. Age natto (fried natto)
  253. Age of Calamity
  254. Age of Ietsuna TOKUGAWA
  255. Age of Kinai (territories in the vicinity of the capital and under direct imperial rule) administration
  256. Age of Tachi (long sword)
  257. Age of Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA
  258. Age of death: 72
  259. Age of death: 78.
  260. Age soba is eaten as tapas to accompany sake and is served as hashiyasume (a side dish served between the courses) or kawakimono (dry foods such as rice crackers, roasted nuts and dried squid that are eaten with sake).
  261. Age used in the following description is kazoedoshi (an ordinal number that is used as "in one's (an ordinal number) year").
  262. Age was counted in the old Japanese way, date was based upon the lunar calendar.
  263. Age-Udon
  264. Age-Udon is made from fresh Udon noodles cut in the length of several centimeters, which are deep-fried like French fries, and then seasoned with salt or sugar, etc.
  265. Age-fu
  266. Age-fu are made by deep-fat frying nama-fu.
  267. Age-fu is made by deep-fat frying nama-fu that has been formed into small balls in oils such as canola oil.
  268. Age-fu is made in Miyagi Prefecture.
  269. Age-manju
  270. Age-mochi (fried mochi)
  271. Age: 1884
  272. Age: 1886
  273. Age: 1887
  274. Age: 1890
  275. Age: 1894
  276. Age: 1915
  277. Age: 1920
  278. Age: 1932
  279. Age: Around 1883 to 1897
  280. Ageba cook:
  281. Agebitashi (deep-fried vegetables in soy and mirin broth)
  282. Agechi-rei
  283. Agechi-rei (上知令) is an order for confiscation of lands issued by the government in the late Edo period and the early Meiji period.
  284. Agechi-rei in the early Meiji period
  285. Agechi-rei in the late Edo period
  286. Aged 38.
  287. Aged 75.
  288. Aged sake, stored over 100 years is generally called daikoshu, needless to mention about 279 years of daikoshu from the Genroku period opened in 1968.
  289. Agedango (deep-fried dumpling) vendor
  290. Agedango vendors, who were seen until the early Showa period, cooled deep-fried sweetened flour dumplings at the stall and sold them mainly to children.
  291. Agedashi dofu (lightly fried tofu)
  292. Agedashi dofu is a dish of tofu lightly dusted with starch or flour, then deep fried, and served in dashi broth or dashi-based sauce seasoning with soy sauce.
  293. Agekubi, also pronounced as Banryo and Marueri
  294. Agekubi, or also pronounced as Banryo and Marueri
  295. Agekubi, or also pronounced as Banryo and Marueri: Collar shaped circumference around the neck, with the left side collar fixed near to the right shoulder.
  296. Agemai no sei
  297. Agemai no sei was a rule issued by the Edo Bakufu at the time of Kyoho-no-kaikaku (Kyoho reform).
  298. Agemaki (Genji Monogatari (The Tale of Genji))
  299. Agemaki (Trefoil Knots)
  300. Agemaki accompanies a man in a deep wicker hat coming out of the Miuraya brothel.
  301. Agemaki and Sukeroku are left on the stage.
  302. Agemaki enters
  303. Agemaki enters the hanamichi.
  304. Agemaki has Sukeroku take a rest and hugs him for a while--Love scene.
  305. Agemaki is handed a letter.
  306. Agemaki is the name of one of the fifty-four chapters of "Genji Monogatari."
  307. Agemaki says,
  308. Agemaki takes the medicine to become sober.
  309. Agemaki, a courtesan and the lover of Sukeroku, and magnificent beard Ikyu, who are making approaches to Agemaki, enter the stage.
  310. Agemari is an analog to the kickoff in a soccer game.
  311. Agemono dishes (fried dishes): tenpura, kakiage (small shrimp and vegetables that are fried), karaage (fried food coated with flour or potato starch), satsuma-age (fried fish paste), su-age (what is fried with no coat)
  312. Agencies and facilities
  313. Agencies of marine affairs
  314. Agenda
  315. Ageo became a decoration which was simply hung on the bottom of a koji, and traditional Japanese paper called sasagami (paper made of bamboo grass) was stuck on the back in order to show the traces of ageo.
  316. Agepan (deep fried bread) contains anpan, and sometimes 'an" is placed between two slices of toasted bread and deep fried.
  317. Ages
  318. Ages are given based on the traditional Japanese system.
  319. Ages of Ienobu and Ietsugu TOKUGAWA (Shotoku no chi [the peaceful era of Shotoku])
  320. Aggregate amount 1000 mg or more
  321. Agina's Arasetsu festival (January 12, 1985)
  322. Aging
  323. Aging danchi are renovated by the following methods.
  324. Aging:
  325. Ago somen: Kneaded with ago (flying fish).
  326. Agodashi Udon
  327. Agodashi Udon is a local dish of Nagasaki Prefecture.
  328. Agon Shu's Hoshi Matsuri
  329. Agon Shu's Hoshi Matsuri is a religious event organized by the Agon sect on February 11 of every year as the "Fire Rites Festival/Agon Shu's Hoshi Matsuri" in the precincts of Honzan (main temple) of Agon sect in Omine-cho, Kita-kazan, Yamashina Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  330. Agon no Myo
  331. Agon's Hoshimatsuri Daisaitogoma ceremony:http//www.agon.org/schedule/hoshimaturi/hoshimaturi_04.html
  332. Agonashi Jizo (Jizo without a chin)
  333. Agreement of Mount Zion sage (Jewish Agreement)
  334. Agreement with Kyotanabe City
  335. Agreement with a corporation
  336. Agreement with an independent administrative corporation
  337. Agreement with local government
  338. Agreement with overseas schools
  339. Agreement with the local government
  340. Agreements and exchanges with local governments
  341. Agreements of delegation, and policies of delegation and commission are applied mutatis mutandis. (Article 552, paragraph 2 of the commercial code)
  342. Agreements with high schools
  343. Agreements with other Universities
  344. Agreements with other universities
  345. Agreements with overseas institutions
  346. Agricultural Bureaus
  347. Agricultural Committee, Secretariat of Agricultural Committee
  348. Agricultural Society of Japan established in 1881 and National Agricultural Association founded in 1895 are the predecessors of Empire Agricultural Association.
  349. Agricultural Teacher Training School => Agricultural Teacher Training School Attached to Agricultural College of Tokyo Imperial University => Agricultural Teacher Training School Attached to Tokyo Imperial University of Agricultural Department => becoming independent as Tokyo Agricultural Teachers College (=> Tokyo University of Education)
  350. Agricultural danchi may also require installations such as factories so that agricultural products can be collected, processed, or transported.
  351. Agricultural fields extend over the area east of the station.
  352. Agricultural fields still remain in areas north of Kitaoji-dori Street.
  353. Agricultural industry and forest industry
  354. Agricultural lands were the sinews (capital) of the agricultural production which carried considerable weight in the economy of medieval Japan.
  355. Agricultural production began to increase starting in the Kamakura period.
  356. Agricultural technique: Upgrading of agricultural tools, comb-shaped hand thresher (Senbakoki) and Bicchu hoe, and purchased fertilizer (dried sardine and oil cake)
  357. Agriculturalists believe that the yamanokami descend from the mountain in the spring and enter the rice field, where it becomes the tanokami (rice field goddess), and then it returns to the mountain in the fall.
  358. Agriculture
  359. Agriculture (centered on rice cultivation and dairy farming) and forestry are the town's main industries.
  360. Agriculture and forestry
  361. Agriculture, Commerce and Industry Department
  362. Agriculture, forestry, and fishery
  363. Agriculture-based society centered on rice cultivation was established and spread rapidly to various parts of the Japanese islands, from northern Kyushu to throughout Honshu, except for the northernmost part of the Honshu and the further northern territories.
  364. Agriculture: Chiefly yuzu citrus and gingko
  365. Agriculture: Sontoku NINOMIYA
  366. Agriculturist and thinker Inazo NITOBE explained the nature of the island country and how Japanese who lived in society were affected by the four seasons, using philosophy and scientific thinking of the late 19th century in "Bushido" (1900).
  367. Aguchi no Minatohime-jinja, Tamino Shimahime-jinja (Aguchi no Minatohime-jinja Shrine and Tamino Shimahime-jinja Shrine)
  368. Agui Shodo Kyodan (Agui Shodo School)
  369. Agui Shodo Kyodan was one of religious branches of Buddhism during the Northern and Southern Courts period (Japan).
  370. Agui no Hoin appears with monks, says he believes in Kanzeon Bosatsu at Ishiyama-dera Temple and plans to visit Ishiyama-dera Temple from that point on.
  371. Agui no Hoin promises to hold a memorial service; the woman, who is truly the soul of Murasaki Shikibu, says they will meet at Ishiyama-dera Temple, after which she disappears.
  372. Aguri was guarded by those people and moved to the Imai residence in Akasaka (current location of Hikawa-jinja Shrine in Akasaka, Minato Ward, Tokyo).
  373. Ah Gei
  374. Ah, Chih, Meh (once), Oh, Oh, Oh (three times)
  375. Ahanachi
  376. Ahe is not mentioned in any other part of "Nihon Shoki", so there is no other information about him.
  377. Ahe no Himemiko (Princess Ahe)
  378. Ahe seemed to have gone to Mino Province to follow the prince.
  379. Ahead of Gunzanki, Tomoari wrote about a vegetation survey from 1835 to 1836 in a book called "Kingaku Somoku shi" but the survey in Mt. Yoshino was continued after that and until the Koka Period, it lasted for 20 years.
  380. Ahead of her father, Hyobukyo no Miya, Genji took the girl, who had lost her relatives to depend on, to his residence, Nijoin.
  381. Ahead, there is a right-hand curve with the radius 800 m, in the middle of which, the track runs downward at a gradient of 18, then beyond the curve, the track proceeds straight to the exit.
  382. Ahiratsuhime
  383. Ahiratsuhime (吾平津姫) was the wife of Emperor Jinmu.
  384. Ai (facilitator): Sato no otoko (a man from the village)
  385. Ai (narrator): Villager
  386. Ai (role of a kyogen actor):
  387. Ai (role of a kyogen actor): Villager
  388. Ai (the role of a kyogen actor in Noh): Tokoro no mono
  389. Ai (the role of a kyogen actor in Noh): a fisherman from Daimotsu-ura cove
  390. Ai (the role of a kyogen actor in a Noh play) - Moronaga's genin (servants who served to their masters as slaves)
  391. Ai Kyogen
  392. Ai Kyogen serves as the interlude in Noh.
  393. Ai MAEDA (literary critic)
  394. Ai kyogen (comic interlude in Noh)
  395. Ai kyogen, (a comic interlude in Noh)
  396. Ai kyogen, or the fisherman comes to the stage with an artificial boat and tells everyone to get on the boat.
  397. Ai-gama
  398. Ai-koji (literally, "koji co-worker")
  399. Ai-shu
  400. Aichi Bunkyo University
  401. Aichi Daiichi Normal School (the faculty of liberal arts of Aichi University of Education)
  402. Aichi Daini Normal School (ditto)
  403. Aichi Prefectural Office Building (Aichi Prefectural Architectural Division, Maintenance Section in 1938)
  404. Aichi Prefecture
  405. Aichi Prefecture, Nukata Prefecture, Hamamatsu Prefecture, Inuyama Prefecture, Gifu Prefecture, Mie Prefecture, Watarai Prefecture
  406. Aichi Prefecture, Shizuoka Prefecture, Hamamatsu Prefecture, Gifu Prefecture, Mie Prefecture, Chikuma Prefecture, Ishikawa Prefecture, Tsuruga Prefecture
  407. Aichi Prefecture: ('Kusuri no Budoshu' (wine as medicine) [Tsushima City])
  408. Aichi School of Foreign Languages (1874)
  409. Aichi Shinshiro Otani University
  410. Aichi Station was established between Nagoya and Kanie.
  411. Aichi Station was integrated into Nagoya Station.
  412. Aichi Youth Normal School (the faculty of liberal arts of Aichi University of Education)
  413. Aid and support for the research on Japan or the Eastern world conducted by Italian scholars and engineers.
  414. Aides
  415. Aidono (enshrinement of two or more deities in one building of a shrine) Kukunochi no kami (god of trees), Kagutsuchi no kami (god of fire), Haniyamahime no kami (god of earth), Kanayamahiko no kami (god of gold), Mizuha suijin (god of water)
  416. Aidono (enshrinement of two or more deities in one building of a shrine) of Kumano-hayatama-taisha Shrine (Shingu City, Wakayama Prefecture)
  417. Aidono (subordinate altars) enshrine Saneoki OGURA, Kimitsura OGURA, Chunagon (vice-councilor of state) Tenji-no-tsubone and Noritomo OGURA, and a Wakamiya (subordinate shrine) enshrine Wako-myojin (SUGAWARA no Kazuko).
  418. Aidono (相殿, also written as 合殿) is a building in a Shinto shrine which enshrines several deities, including the Shushin.
  419. Aigake curry
  420. Aigi' (garment worn over an under-garment) worn under kaidori was stipulated to be a 'dark color' (thick red close to purple) for the aged and those younger 28-years old and those who are 29-years old to those under 40 shall wear scarlet crepe, and those on and over 40-years old shall be wear white habutae, a thin, soft, durable Japanese silk.
  421. Aihime
  422. Aihime (her name also can be pronounced Yoshihime or Megohime) (1568 - February 21, 1653) was the only daughter of Kiyoaki TAMURA and a lawful wife of Masamune DATE.
  423. Aihime (wife of Nariharu TOKUGAWA, the 11th head of the Owari Tokugawa family)
  424. Aijiro NUMAJIRI (a page) had the same family name but was a different person.
  425. Aijiro SASAKI
  426. Aijiro SASAKI (1845 - September 14, 1863) born in Osaka City (of former Settsu Province) was a member of the Shinsengumi (a special force that guarded Kyoto during the Tokugawa Shogunate) in its early phase.
  427. Aijiro SASAKI: Assassinated August 2, 1863, assassin unknown
  428. Aikana died in 1902.
  429. Aikata
  430. Aikata in classical Japanese dance
  431. Aikata in classical Japanese music
  432. Aikata is a term used in the fields of classical Japanese music and dance.
  433. Aikawa, Sado City, Niigata Prefecture (former Aikawa-cho, Sado County)
  434. Aiki and breath power
  435. Aiki and breath power are commonly thought of as mysterious techniques that enable a small, elderly man to easily throw and hold down a succession of tough men, thus raising the doubt of suspicion in their regard.
  436. Aiki' and 'breath power' are elements of aikido techniques as well as concepts that are important principles of aikido.
  437. Aiki' is a martial-arts term from ancient Japan, originally referring to the state in which force and kamae (posture) are competing.
  438. Aikido
  439. Aikido (the art of weaponless self-defense)
  440. Aikido Yoshinkai Foundation ('Yoshinkan aikido'): 1956, Gozo SHIODA
  441. Aikido as a means of physical fitness
  442. Aikido was established by Morihei UESHIBA, who mastered Daito-ryu Aiki jujutsu (Daito school of the self-defense martial art), and other jujutsu schools such as Kito-ryu, Yagyu Shingan-ryu, Shinkage-ryu.
  443. Aikido, as handed down by Morihei, teaches many martial arts using weapons such as swords and cane staffs, but it draws its lineage from the ancient martial arts and has a strong sense of loving and protecting all things, as well as to contribution to the formation of the universe.
  444. Aikido, which had until then only been taught to a limited number of people in the wealthy class, was disclosed to the public after the war by Kisshomaru UESHIBA, the third son of Morihei, who later became the second Doshu, and subsequently the practice gained many disciples.
  445. Aikikai ('Aikido'): 1940 as Kobukai Foundation, 1948 as Aikikai Foundation, Morihei UESHIBA
  446. Aikyogen
  447. Aikyogen (comic interlude in Noh)
  448. Aikyu
  449. Aikyu is a term meaning a form of territory in the early-modern times when the murauke system (a system of village-wide, collective responsibility for tax payment) was established.
  450. Aikyu is also referred to as "ni (two)-kyu" in the case where two feudal lords share a territory, "san (three)-kyu" in the case of three feudal lords, and "yon (four)-kyu" in the case of four feudal lords.
  451. Aikyu was the form of ownership used for not only the territory of hatamoto, but also that of territorial lords, temples and shrines, and the bakufu.
  452. Aim at the target and cut the pan cover (open the pan cover).
  453. Aim at the trunk of the body to increase the possibility of hitting the target body.
  454. Aimanomachi-dori Street
  455. Aiming at creating a new kabuki drama unlike traditional unrealistic scripts or historical drama modernized only on the surface, he published a paper titled "Wagakuni no Shigeki (Japan's historical drama)" in 1893 and put his theory into practice by creating this work.
  456. Aiming at immediate restoration in hot water, instant Udon noodles contained in a cup or a bag are made by introducing several techniques such as deep-frying in oil, freeze-drying or heated-air drying after boiling.
  457. Aiming at revising unequal treaties, the new government made efforts to establish national systems, such as the establishment of the Imperial Diet and the enactment of the Constitution of the Empire of Japan.
  458. Aiming at solving the bamboo shortage, as well as pursuing higher productivity and lower cost by the introduction of machine-made method instead of hand-made method, Uchiwa fan made of plastic materials instead of traditional bamboo was developed and became popular in the decade started from 1965.
  459. Aiming at the areas where whale meat had not been eaten, it was attempted to increase use of whale meat as a measure to promote the whaling industry.
  460. Aiming for COE of Integrated Area Studies (Promotion of Educational and Research System Utilizing the Field Stations)
  461. Aiming for overseas markets, Nissan Konzern Company Group and Nicchitsu Konzern Group developed their businesses such as mining ventures in Manchuria and Korea respectively, which left a strong mark on modern society.
  462. Aiming for the Eastern provinces, Yoshitomo, Yoshihira, Tomonaga, Yoritomo, their wives and children, and retainer Masakiyo KAMATA now had fewer than 8 horses; however, dense clouds closed in when they entered the mountain road at Mount Ibuki.
  463. Aiming to complete it in time for the October 2007 race, the installation work continued for about ten months at the cost of 2,280 million yen.
  464. Aiming to enhancing his own political power, with support of Kiyomori, Goshirakawa was able to have Prince Norihito (who later became Emperor Takakura) formally installed as Crown Prince (rittaishi).
  465. Aiming to seize Taiwan this time, Japan sent an infantry brigade to the Penghu islands west of Taiwan island on March 23rd to create a precondition for the Japanese troops to occupy it.
  466. Aimitemo/Koi nimo Mono no/Kanashiku ha/Nagusame gataku/Narinu beki kana (You say that you miss me only when you see me; since you would miss me more if I came to see you, how can I comfort you?)
  467. Aimiya
  468. Aimiya (year of birth and death unknown) was a woman in the mid-Heian period.
  469. Aimiya' is supposed to be an infant name, but her real name was unknown.
  470. Ainame
  471. Ainokura (Gokayama), Nanto City, 1994, mountain village
  472. Ainoma and the raido hall were constructed in 1602 as gifts from Yodo-dono (Lady Yodo).
  473. Ainomachi-dori Street
  474. Ainosuke KATAOKA
  475. Ainosuke KATAOKA (the fifth)
  476. Ainosuke KATAOKA (the first)
  477. Ainosuke KATAOKA (the fourth)
  478. Ainosuke KATAOKA (the second)
  479. Ainosuke KATAOKA (the sixth)
  480. Ainosuke KATAOKA (the third)
  481. Ainosuke KATAOKA is a kabuki actor.
  482. Ainote can be found not only in the instrumental trio but also in other shamisen music and biwagaku (Japanese lute music).
  483. Ainu cuisine
  484. Ainu language
  485. Aioi jishi
  486. Aioi jishi is one of nagauta (long epic songs) of Kabuki theater.
  487. Aioi-sha Shrine
  488. Air
  489. Air Raids were carried out as many as 130 times by Japan's loss of the war, and more than 8000 people were killed in it.
  490. Air brush
  491. Air raids persistent, and on August 6, the day on which the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, four cars including Moha 43038, the top number of Handen Moha 43, were damaged from an air raid at Sumiyoshi Station.
  492. Air-reed wind instruments (corresponding to woodwind instruments)
  493. Airborne Pollen Level
  494. Airborne pollen levels are forecast as high or low in comparison to an average year, but average year values consist of an average of levels from the previous 10 years and, as average values continue to rise, it is necessary to exercise caution when interpreting forecast values.
  495. Airborne pollen levels in 1982 when Japanese cedar pollen allergy became recognized as a social problem were approximately 400% of 1965 levels.
  496. Airport Express 'Haruka' (Maibara, Kusatsu - Kansai International Airport)
  497. Airport Express 'Haruka' and Limited Express 'Biwako Express' stop at Yamashina Station.
  498. Airports
  499. Airports have been constructed all over Japan, and, as a matter of fact, every prefecture in Kyushu has an airport.
  500. Aisai bento
  501. Aisha no jutsu
  502. Aishin IMAEDA: "Dogen: A Shamon's Life of Zazen" NHK Books, 1976
  503. Aisho (Compatibility)
  504. Aisho Museum of History and Culture - next to the temple
  505. Aisho in terms of the human relationships
  506. Aisho of computer parts
  507. Aisho refers to the compatibility of qualities and characters between two or more people.
  508. Aisho was originally derived from the part of the philosophy of Onmyo gogyo (Yin-Yang Wu-Xin), which explained that when the attributes of all things influence each other in a good way, they become stronger; when they balance out the good qualities in each other, on the other hand, this invites bad situations.
  509. Aishoka (Mourning Poetry)
  510. Aiuchi
  511. Aiuchi in kendo
  512. Aiuchi is one of the favorable scenes in Western mythology and folklore (such as Beowulf), and creative works such as monster movies and cartoons.
  513. Aiya-date
  514. Aiyama
  515. Aizan TANIGUCHI
  516. Aizan TANIGUCHI (1816 - 1899) was a Japanese painter who lived during a period from the end of Edo period to the Meiji period.
  517. Aizan YAMAJI
  518. Aizan YAMAJI (January 23, 1865-March 15, 1917) was a critic and historian who played an active role from the Meiji to Taisho periods.
  519. Aizan YAMAJI's views on literature can be found in a critical essay titled 'What Does It Mean to Benefit Mankind?' by Tokoku KITAMURA, which was carried in "Kokumin no tomo" magazine in 1893 and became the source of dispute between Yamaji and Kitamura.
  520. Aizan YAMAJI, a great grandson of Tokufu, is known as a novelist.
  521. Aizan was 34 years old.
  522. Aizan was his appellation as a writer.
  523. Aizan who had been fond of paintings from his childhood started studying under Buncho TANI soon after coming to Edo at the age of 18, and was given the name Bunsai.
  524. Aizan written as '藹山' in Japanese is often written incorrectly as '靄山.'
  525. Aizan's attitude toward Christianity was the same as those, and he was quoted as saying: "I am the one who believes that the last resort to plant the ideas of justice and human feelings in the world is rely on the use of force and nothing else."
  526. Aizan, who regarded history as practical learning, had a belief that said 'just like the ancient times are still the same as the present ones, and the present times are similar to the ancient ones; life is controlled by the same principles and the country will rise and fall by circulating the same fate.'
  527. Aizen Myoo
  528. Aizen Myoo (Ragaraja)
  529. Aizen Myoo (Ragaraja) is one of the Myoos (king of wisdom), being worshipped in Buddhism and having venerable status specific to Mikkyo (Esoteric Buddhism).
  530. Aizen Myoo (Ragaraja) seated statue (important cultural property) at Saidai-ji Temple (Nara): unveiled in late October - early November.
  531. Aizen Myoo could be said to be a god that changed the viewpoint against love and mastered it.
  532. Aizen Myoo has been worshipped since ancient times as a Buddha that controls 'love, marriage and household harmony,' as its name shows; moreover, it has been worshipped as a guardian deity of dye and textile manufacturers by interpreting 'Aizen(愛染) as Aizen (藍染), or indigo.'
  533. Aizen Myoo is also depicted in pictures of the Mandala, a principal image of the Nichiren sects, facing Fudo Myoo; and it has been written in Sanskrit since Nichiren through the ages because it has a venerable status of Mikkyo transmitted by Kukai.
  534. Aizen-Myoo, color on silk
  535. Aizen-do (Shoman-in Temple) (Tennoji Ward, Osaka City) - one of the four halls of Shitenno-ji Temple built by Prince Shotoku
  536. Aizen-in Temple (Nerima Ward, Tokyo) - the principal image is the statue of Aizen Myoo, which is a Buddhist image not usually shown to the public.
  537. Aizendo
  538. Aizendo of Sansho-ji Temple [Hommachi, Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto City]
  539. Aizo SOMA
  540. Aizo SOMA (1870 ? 1954), who is a social business person coming from Nagano Prefecture, is the founder of Shinjuku Nakamuraya restaurant in Tokyo.
  541. Aizo SOMA and Kinshukai (Temperance society)
  542. Aizo SOMA and the members of Kinshukai were worried about Iguchi's future, and decided to establish a private school 'Kensei Gijuku' with the support of Kiyo USUI, an influential person in the village and Yasubei SOMA, Aizo's father, so that Iguchi could start his ideal education.
  543. Aizo died at the age of 85 in 1954, and his wife, Kokko died at the age of 80 in the next year.
  544. Aizo helped IGUCHI, and also cooperated in establishing a private cram school on the basis of Christianity, 'Kensei Gijuku.'
  545. Aizo paid high salaries, employed foreign engineers and coped with the advance of department stores, designing new products one after another, including international products, such as Chinese steamed bread, Geppei, Russian chocolate, Korean pine nut Castella (sponge cake) and Indian curry.
  546. Aizo was born in a farmer's family in Shirogane Village, Azumi County, Nagano Prefecture (later, Hotaka-cho Town, currently Azumino City) in 1870, and dropped out Matsumoto Fukashi High School, Nagano Prefecture at the 3rd grade, and enrolled in Tokyo Senmon Gakko (the predecessor of Waseda University).
  547. Aizo's commercial morality has consisted in the fact that he excluded meaningless compliments, and thoroughly practiced selling good products at cheaper prices.
  548. Aizu
  549. Aizu Ashina
  550. Aizu Clan decided to make them "Oazukari," samurais [temporarily] serving the Aizu Clan.
  551. Aizu Domain
  552. Aizu Domain also issued coins including the Kanei Tsuho, the Micchusen of Tenpo Tsuho and the Aizu Ginban.
  553. Aizu Domain had supported the Sekishu-ryu School since 1643, when Masayuki HOSHINA was the lord.
  554. Aizu Domain of Mutsu Province accepted the opinions of Kyuhachiro NAGAI, the manager, and issued a kinsatsu in 1700 and a zenisatsu in the following year in order to overcome financial difficulties and to help feudal retainers.
  555. Aizu Domain: Wakamatsu-jo Castle and Inawashiro-jo Castle
  556. Aizu Domain: the territory was changed to Mutsu-Tonami Domain with 30 thousand goku (230 thousand goku).
  557. Aizu Kiheitai Army
  558. Aizu Toji
  559. Aizu Wakamatsu-jo Castle has of two Koguchi, Masugata style inside Umadashi style, for the north demaru (a small castle or tower built onto and projecting from a larger castle) and the west demaru.
  560. Aizu War
  561. Aizu War: The Otori army and Shohotai fought against the New government army.
  562. Aizu and Kuwana clans arrived there to support them after the battle.
  563. Aizu and Yonezawa district sightseeing area: 'Unchanged warmth mind and variety of joys - Aizu and Yonezawa thousand-cloister walkway'
  564. Aizu clan gave a reward of 20 ryo to Okuzawa.
  565. Aizu clan was defeated and moved to Tonami; he had an impoverished childhood.
  566. Aizu-Otsukayama-kofun Tumulus (Aizuwakamatsu City, Fukushima Prefecture, one of the oldest tumulus in the Tohoku region)
  567. Aizu-Wakamatsu Xaverio Gakuen
  568. Aizu-aoi
  569. Aizu-aoi or Aizu Mitsuba-aoi (trefoil hollyhock of Aizu) is one variation of the Mitsuba-aoi.
  570. Aizu-manzai (Fukushima Prefecture)
  571. Aizuri, Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji (Fugaku sanju rokkei), etc.
  572. Ajanta Cave and Ellora Caves in India and Yungang Grottoes and Longmen Grottoes in China are especially famous.
  573. Ajanta Cave: From the 5th to 6th century; India
  574. Ajari
  575. Ajari (a master in esoteric Buddhism; a high priest): A Buddhist priest who prays for Miyasudokoro.
  576. Ajari (also Azari, Sanskrit: acarya, also transliterated as Ajariya) means a "model/example" in Sanskrit, and is a master who is an example to his disciples and teaches the dharma.
  577. Aji ga hiraku'
  578. Aji mother-of-pearl metal lacquer full-moon shape miniature shrine housing a statue of Maitreya
  579. Aji-gonomi, Warabe, Kyo-zammai
  580. Ajibushi (dried scad)
  581. Ajikan
  582. Ajiro-guruma: An oxcart that looks like a hajitomi-guruma with the wickerwork painted white to make it look plain.
  583. Ajisai (Japanese hydrangea)
  584. Ajisukitakahiko-no-Mikoto and Tagirihime-no-Mikoto are listed in the "Tokusen-Shinmyocho" annotated edition of the Engishiki Shrine Name Book.
  585. Ajisukitakahikone
  586. Ajisukitakahikone (Kamo no Okami) and Taka-Hime (Shitateru-Hime) were born to Okuninushi and Takiri-Bime, who was one of the Munakata Sanjojin (three goddesses enshrined at Munakata Taisha shrine).
  587. Ajisukitakahikone is the god combining miraculous power of spade and thunder.
  588. Ajisukitakahikone is worshiped as the god of agriculture, thunder, or real estate business, and is enshrined in the Takakamo-jinja Shrine (Gose City, Nara Prefecture) and Tsutsukowake-jinja Shrine (Tanagura-machi, Higashishirakawa-gun, Fukushima Prefecture).
  589. Ajisukitakahikone or Ajishikitakahikone is a Shinto deity who appears in Japanese Mythology.
  590. Ajita, Ajita
  591. Ajitsuke nori (nori flavored with soy sauce, mirin and seasonings) is a generic term for processed nori (dried laver seaweed) products mainly seasoned with soy-sauce, sugar, and spices.
  592. Ajitsuke nori (nori flavored with soy source, mirin and seasonings)
  593. Ajitsuke nori (nori flavored with soy source, mirin and seasonings), nori, green nori
  594. Ajitsuke nori is heated and dried with a crispy touch, and the taste of seasonings comes out through juice such as saliva when eating.
  595. Ajitsuke nori was invented by the second generation of the Yamamoto Noriten Company, Tokujiro YAMAMOTO.
  596. Ajitsuke nori, being seasoned with sweet and salty sauce, goes well with rice.
  597. Aka (Akha) ethnic group
  598. Aka (water), zuko, flowers, shoko, food and drinks, and tomyo.
  599. Aka Ise ebi, or Panulirus brunneiflagellum
  600. Aka Jizo (red Jizo)
  601. Aka Noriba' on the east is for the routes eastward through Kitaoji-dori Street, and 'Ao Noriba' on the west is for the routes westward.
  602. Aka, reba, or kimo: liver
  603. Aka-Raku (Red Raku)
  604. Aka-Tsukuri (made in red)
  605. Aka-date (Koori Town, Date County, Fukushima Prefecture)
  606. Aka-hata Jiken (Red Flag Incident)
  607. Aka-hata Jiken is an incident that clamped down on socialists, occurred on June 22, 1908.
  608. Aka-jiso is used as coloring for umeboshi (pickled ume).
  609. Aka-jiso, f. purpurea (Makino) Makino
  610. Aka-renga Festa (Maizuru) (October)
  611. Aka-renga Summer JAZZ in Maizuru (August)
  612. Akabeko (traditional toy of red cow)
  613. Akaboshi Juzaburo
  614. Akabozu (a red monk ghost) (specter)
  615. Akabozu in Ehime Prefecture
  616. Akabozu in Kyoto Prefecture
  617. Akabozu is a specter that has been told in Kyoto Prefecture and Ehime Prefecture.
  618. Akabozu was described in an essay written by Norimitsu YANAGIHARA, "Kanso jigo" (A monologue in the quiet life).
  619. Akadaguchi Stop, Ayaragi Station, Yasuoka Station, Fukue Station, Yoshimi Station, Umegatoge Station, Kuroimura Station, Kawatanaonsen Station and Kogushi Station commenced operations in the section corresponding to the current Sanin Main Line.
  620. Akadaguchi stop: Ayaragi - Hatabu section (673.2 km)
  621. Akadashi
  622. Akadashi miso soup is a miso soup made from a blend of Hacho-style (soy bean and rice) miso paste.
  623. Akae's betrayal exposed the plot and Arima no miko was arrested with Mori no kimi Oiwa and Sakaibe no Muraji Kusuri, and interrogated by Naka no Oe no Oji on December 15, 658.
  624. Akafuku gori: One of the Ise-ji area's special attractions in the summer.
  625. Akagami no Hyoshi Tezureshi Kokkin no Fumi wo Kori no Soko ni Sagasu Hi' (lit. The day I searched the bottom of my trunk for the state-banned book with the well-worn red cover) (Takuboku ISHIKAWA)
  626. Akagawa Odoshi Yoroi (red leathered odoshi armor) (Okayama Prefectural Museum)
  627. Akagi-jinja Shrine in Fujimi Village, Maebashi City, Gunma Prefecture (present-day Fujimi-cho, Maebashi City)
  628. Akagi-jinja Shrine: Maebashi City, Gunma Prefecture.
  629. Akagimune (Gunma Prefecture)
  630. Akago (yokai)
  631. Akago in "Buson Yokai Emaki"
  632. Akago in Nagano Prefecture
  633. Akago in Yamato Province
  634. Akagobue
  635. Akahon book
  636. Akairo no ho' of the crown prince is seen in "Daiki"and so on, but it is unknown whether it was the another name of oni no ho or another thing (in fact, shufutsu costume of kebiishi [officials with judicial and police power], whose color was orange similar to oni, was called 'aka ginu' [red robe]).
  637. Akaito Odoshi Yoroi (odoshi armor with red string) (Take Suzume Tora Kanamono - bamboo, sparrow, and tiger ironmongery goods) (Kasuga-taisha Shrine)
  638. Akaito Odoshi Yoroi (odoshi armor with red strings) (Kiku-kanamono (chrysanthemum ironmongery goods)) (Kushihiki-hachimangu Shrine)
  639. Akaito Odoshi Yoroi (odoshi armor with red strings) (Musashi Mitake-jinja Shrine) ? handed down from and dedicated by Shigetada HATAKEYAMA
  640. Akaito Odoshi Yoroi (odoshi armor with red strings) (Ume Uguisu Kanamono - plum, bush warbler ironmongery goods) (Kasuga-taisha Shrine)
  641. Akaito Odoshi Yoroi (red braided armor) with osode (large sleeves), Shiroito Odoshi Yoroi (white braided armor) with osode, Takanoha Odoshi Yoroi (Red-threaded Armor) with osode, Mitsumezane Yoroi (armor made of small pieces of iron or leather that have three rows of holes for lacing), and Aikawa Odoshi Kataaka Osode (deer skin armor died indigo with large red sleeves)
  642. Akaiwa, Kuni-mura, Gunma Prefecture, 2006, mountainous sericulture town
  643. Akaiya (Important Cultural Property): It is a small pagoda adjoining the left side of Kon-do Hall, which was erected in 1600 by Kita no Mandokoro as well as Kon-do Hall.
  644. Akaiya (a well)
  645. Akaji Yukimochi Tachibana-monyo Karaori Kosode (red short-sleeved kimono with a pattern of snow and mandarin oranges)
  646. Akakabuzuke
  647. Akamatsu clan
  648. Akaminiku
  649. Akamon (red gate)
  650. Akamonue-kofun Tumulus (Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Prefecture, a large keyhole-shaped tomb mound)
  651. Akanabe-no-sho Manor
  652. Akanabe-no-sho Manor was a shoen (manor in medieval Japan) that existed in Mino Province during the Heian and Muromachi Periods.
  653. Akane TESHIGAHARA
  654. Akane became a concubine of Hideyoshi.
  655. Akanezome
  656. Akaniku
  657. Akaniku is also rich in iron.
  658. Akanuma Domain (mujo)=>Iwamurata Domain (mujo=>joshukaku) 15,000 koku; fudai; Kiku no ma
  659. Akarenga (red brick) Festival (in October)
  660. Akarenga Festival (Maizuru) (in October)
  661. Akarenga Hakubutsukan (Red-brick Museum)
  662. Akarenga Red-Brick Museum
  663. Akarenga-Festa (Red Brick Festival) (Maizuru City)
  664. Akari shoji having a structure consisting of a frame and thinner members traversing in between, namely, muntins, as seen today, came into being in the Kamakura period and is often found in picture scrolls made in that period.
  665. Akari shoji is presumed to have come into being around the late Heian period, that is, to have been devised approximately 100 years after the birth of fusuma.
  666. Akari shoji of approx. 5.4m in total length were provided along the perimeter of the area under the northern eaves of the main house of the izumidono in Rokuhara.
  667. Akari shoji spread along with the shoin style, namely, a residential architecture study-room style, and was said to be 'integral to shoin (a study or drawing room),' paper used was called "shoingami."
  668. Akari shoji that has a frame covered with thin paper, as seen today, came into being around the end of the Heian period.
  669. Akari shoji was contrived from the need to naturally light indoor spaces.
  670. Akari shoji, assumed to have been made on the occasion of reconstruction of Daishido House in the western section of To-ji Temple during the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan) (more specifically, in 1380), is said to be the oldest akari shoji in existence.
  671. Akari-shoji was a door produced out of the need for daylight to brighten an interior room.
  672. Akari-shoji were placed for 5.4 m wide as an external partition of Shinden Kita-hisashi in Izumi-dono of Rokuhara.
  673. Akariyazagama's water of youth and water of death
  674. Akaru-hime
  675. Akaru-hime is a god (Shinto) appearing in Japanese Mythology.
  676. Akaruku naru' (literally, become bright) converts into 'akaru-u naru,' 'utsukushiku saku' (literally, blossom beautifully) into 'utsukushu-u saku.'
  677. Akasaka Palace (current State Guest House): Minato Ward, Tokyo
  678. Akasaka Tennozan No. 2 Tumulus: The square barrow 25 meter on each side, which is located west of No. 1 Tumulus.
  679. Akasaka Tennozan No. 3 Tumulus: The tumulus with the 10-meter-long horizontal stone chamber, which is located north of No. 1 Tumulus.
  680. Akasaka Tennozan-kofun Tumulus (a tumulus in Sakurai City, Nara Prefecture)
  681. Akasaka Tennozan-kofun Tumulus is a square borrow constructed on a ridge extending toward northwest.
  682. Akasaka Tennozan-kofun Tumulus is a tumulus in Kurahashi, Sakurai City, Nara Prefecture.
  683. Akasaka-cho/Shinori-cho, Hakodate City
  684. Akasaka-juku Station on Tokai-do Road, hatago 'Ohashiya' (Toyokawa City, Aichi Prefecture)
  685. Akasaki Junkai: Akasaki-jinja Shrine
  686. Akasen chitai (Street of Shame): Screened at the Venice Film Festival in 1956
  687. Akashi
  688. Akashi (The Tale of Genji)
  689. Akashi Agricultural Improvement Experiment Station of Hyogo Prefecture cross-fertilized Aichi mikawa nishiki/Funaki omachi, and in 1951, after the Pacific War, breeding was fixed.
  690. Akashi Agricultural Improvement Experiment Station of Hyogo Prefecture cross-fertilized Aifune 117/Sanyu 67, and in 1949, after the Pacific War, breeding was fixed.
  691. Akashi Domain
  692. Akashi Domain: Akashi-jo Castle
  693. Akashi Eijima Shukan (Akashi City, Hyogo Prefecture)
  694. Akashi is one of the fifty-four chapters of "The Tale of Genji."
  695. Akashi no Onkata (Lady Akashi) and Hanachirusato also visit Murasaki no ue, and she thinks that this is the final meeting with them, being unwilling to part from them.
  696. Akashi no himegimi
  697. Akashi no himegimi (literally, princess of Akashi) is a character in "Genji Monogatari" (The Tale of Genji), a novel written by Murasaki Shikibu.
  698. Akashi no onkata, Lady Akashi, is a fictional character appearing in "The Tale of Genji" by Shikibu Murasaki.
  699. Akashi, Yomogiu (A Waste of Weeds)/ Yomogiu, Miotsukushi (Channel Buoys)/ Yomogiu, Miotsukushi, Sekiya (The Gatehouse)
  700. Akashi-gun Natsugi no Hama Issho (Gathering in Akashi-gun Natsugi no Hama)
  701. Akashicho-suji Road
  702. Akatani Auto Camp (Mori-no-yu)
  703. Akatsu nakatsukasanosho's second son (there was another theory), 円堂瑞椿 became a practical chief priest at Ryoun-ji Temple.
  704. Akatsuka Burial Mound
  705. Akatsuki Zukiyo (literally, Moonlit Dawn) (February 1893, 'Miyako no Hana')
  706. Akatsuki: a dish to offer water to Buddha.
  707. Akazake (Red sake)
  708. Akazake is an akumochizake brewed in Kumamoto Prefecture.
  709. Akazawa, Hayakawa-cho, Yamanashi Prefecture, 1993, kochuyado (an inn for Buddhists' lecture meeting) and mountain village
  710. Akazome Emon
  711. Akazome Emon (approximately 956 - after 1041) was a nyobo (court lady) and a waka poet in the Heian period.
  712. Akazome Emon served MINAMOTO no Rinshi, FUJIWARA no Michinaga's wife and her daughter Jotomonin FUJIWARA no Shoshi, and she was praised together with Izumi Shikibu.
  713. Akazonae (red arms)
  714. Akazonae (red arms) is a kind of military organization in the Sengoku period (Japan), which is a troop formation of which all arms including armor and flag were colored red.
  715. Akebono Nasu (literally, Nasu of dawn).
  716. Akebonotei Jiken (Akebonotei Incident)
  717. Akebonotei still runs businesses, and a stone monument stands by it in Sannen-zaka Slope (or Sannei-zaka Slope), Kiyomizu, Higashiyama Ward, however, the original site is said to be been located slightly northeast of the current location.
  718. Akechi Mitsuhide's Grave
  719. Akechi Mitsuhide, by Mitsutoshi TAKAYANAGI, uses this explanation.
  720. Akechi Modori-iwa Rock
  721. Akechi clan theory
  722. Akechi was expected to proceed to the Yamazaki region, but instead headed for Kyoto.
  723. Akechi's troops (about 16,000)
  724. Akechi-goe: a mountain trail from Kameoka to Mt. Atago
  725. Akechi-mon Gate
  726. Akechiyabu (dike): this dike bent the stream of the Yura-gawa River to prevent frequent floods and for the development of trade by water transportation.
  727. Akegarasu (literary; the cawing of a crow at daybreak)
  728. Akesato
  729. Akesato (date of birth and death unknown) was a woman in the end of the Edo period.
  730. Akesato appeared in "Shinsengumi Ibun" (Curious stories about Shinsengumi) that was written based on the stories heard from Tamesaburo YAGI (the son of Yagi family in which Shinsengumi quartered) by Kan SHIMOZAWA, a novelist, in the Showa period
  731. Akesato tried to kill him to avenge him for YAMANAMI's death, but she couldn't.
  732. Akesato was a Tenjin; an upper rank prostitute (geigi; a woman who gives fun with a song, a dance or a music instrument at a feast) in Kyoto Shimabara, and was close to the head of Shinsengumi, Keisuke YAMANAMI.
  733. Akesato was played by Mitsuko MORI.
  734. Akesato was played by Rei SAKUMA (in voice).
  735. Akesato was played by Sawa SUZUKI.
  736. Aketatsu no o
  737. Aketatsu no o was a member of the Imperial family, who appeared in "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters).
  738. Akezunomon-dori Street
  739. Akezunomon-dori Street runs along its southern extension.
  740. Aki (autumn) Otabe, filled with murasaki imo, or purple sweet potato, and sweet chestnut.
  741. Aki City
  742. Aki City (Kochi Prefecture)
  743. Aki Province
  744. Aki Province: Hiroshima Domain
  745. Aki YASHIRO 'Funauta'
  746. Aki no Higan sai (Autumnal Equinox festival) (September 23).
  747. Aki no Kyoku (Autumn Music) (koto)
  748. Aki no Yonaga Monogatari (Tales of Long Autumn Nights)
  749. Aki no jimoku
  750. Aki no machi section of Rokujoin, which was Genji's later residence, was originally Miyasudokoro's residence and it became a home residence for her daughter Akikonomu Chugu (Autumn-loving consort).
  751. Aki no sei
  752. Aki zukeba obanaga ue ni oku tsuyuno kenubekumo wa ha omohoyuru kamo
  753. Aki's Hayashi-da rice planting ceremony (December 15, 1997)
  754. Aki-jinja Shrine
  755. Aki-jinja is the Shinto Shrine located in Uda City, Nara Prefecture.
  756. Aki-no-hayashida Performance (December 15, 1997, Hiroshima Prefecture)
  757. Aki-no-kuni
  758. Akiawase (May 1896, 'Urawakaso')
  759. Akiba school' and 'Ichizen school' in Aichi Prefecture
  760. Akiba-jinja Shrine (Kagutsuchi no mikoto)
  761. Akiba-jinja Shrine (enshrined deity: Hinoyagiihayao no mikoto)
  762. Akibime no kami - Goddess of autumn
  763. Akichika held the posts of Ukyo Gon no daibu (Provisional Master of the Western Capital Offices), Jiju (chamberlain), Governor of Harima Province, and Kogogu no suke (Assistant Master of the Empress's Household) for FUJIWARA no Taishi.
  764. Akichika owned a mountain villa called Umezu-dono Palace, the ownership of which was passed on to FUJIWARA no Tadamichi after his death.
  765. Akifusa MANABE
  766. Akifusa MANABE is well-known as a person who was eventually promoted to daimyo (Japanese territorial lord) though he was originally sarugaku-shi.
  767. Akifusa MANABE moved up the ladder of promotion from Sarugakushi to Sobayonin (Lord Chamberlain).
  768. Akifusa MANABE was the lord of Takasaki Domain in Kozuke Province, and was the first member of the Manabe clan to rise to the position of lord over Murakami Domain in Echigo Province.
  769. Akifusa built a villa in Koga, which was the origin of the Koga family.
  770. Akifusa is believed to have been an honest person with a strong sense of duty, and while other Tokugawa retainers worked in shifts, Akifusa served Ienobu TOKUGAWA around the clock.
  771. Akifusa is thus said to have been one of the luckiest men of the entire Edo period.
  772. Akifusa told Ietsugu, 'Ue-sama (honorific title for emperors or shoguns), let me take care of everything,' and so he conducted the government administrations as he was told by Akifusa and Hakuseki.
  773. Akifusa was promoted to Chamberlain, coming to occupy a position just below that of Wakadoshiyori (Junior Advisor to the Shogun), and was subsequently appointed to the position of assistant member of the Shogun's Council of Elders.
  774. Akihagi-jo lineage (masculine)
  775. Akihagijo: Preserved at the Tokyo National Museum (National Treasure)
  776. Akihide
  777. Akihide CHUJO
  778. Akihide CHUJO (1348 ? November 29, 1432) was a busho (military commander) who lived during the early Muromachi period.
  779. Akihide features a thick soup which is created through long hours of simmering pork and chicken bones.
  780. Akihiko HOSHO is his son.
  781. Akihiro SATAKE, ed., Shin Nihon Koten Bungaku Taikei, Iwanami Shoten.
  782. Akihiro YAMANA, Suketoyo's successor, surrendered to Hideyoshi and became his vassal.
  783. Akihiro-o's family name was originally Minamoto, and he was the first person to get back the family name of O on becoming Jingi haku and then take back the family name of Minamoto after retirement.
  784. Akihiro-o's return to the O clan is considered to be both the uniqueness of the Minamoto clan and Jingi haku, and his relationship with other families by marriage.
  785. Akihisa also withdrew to Izumo Province.
  786. Akihito
  787. Akihito (the present Emperor): November 10, 1952
  788. Akihito HIRABAYSHI (a teacher of Katashio Junior High School in Yamatotakada City) and others point out that it is highly likely that the Empress Kogyoku or the Saimei was called Takara no Himemiko for the same reason.
  789. Akihito, the current Emperor of Japan, and his children all come from the Kuninomiya family through Empress Kojun and are direct descendants of Imperial Prince Asahiko.
  790. Akiie KITABATAKE
  791. Akiie KITABATAKE (1318 - June 10, 1338) was a court noble during the period of the Northern and Southern Courts.
  792. Akiie KITABATAKE of Oshu (Northern Honshu, the region encompassing Mutsu and Dewa Provinces) travelled west in 1337.
  793. Akiie KITABATAKE used this emblem on his flag and fought against Takauji ASHIKAGA until Takauji at one time was driven to take his own life in an instant.
  794. Akiie KITABATAKE's ancestor was the Murakami-Genji clan, who were active from the late Heian period through the late Kamakura period.
  795. Akiie KITABATAKE, a high noble in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan), was referred to as Funakoshi Gosho, and his descendants were called Heki Gosho or Horowata Gosho.
  796. Akiie became Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) Mutsu no kami.
  797. Akiie, besieged in Ishizu along with his 200 soldiers by the Northern Court's armies, continued to fight a fierce battle, but he fell from his horse and was finally killed by his enemies.
  798. Akiie, finally came to suppress the resistance of the Northern Court army, then started to go south from the Ryozen-jo Castle with the 60,000 cavalries in July of the following year.
  799. Akikage (Kagekatsu) NAGAOKA from the Ueda Nagao family was adopted by Kenshin UESUGI and changed his name to Kagekatsu UESUGI.
  800. Akikane served as Minister of Justice for many years.
  801. Akikane's father SAKANOUE no Norimasa, (who was Sadashige's adoptive son, and one of the ancestors of the Nakahara clan which specialized in Myobodo (study of Codes)), reverted to his original family name, Nakahara.
  802. Akikatsu MANABE (1838-1840)
  803. Akikaze Ichiya Hyakusennen (One night together with you in the autumn breeze.
  804. Akikazu TAKADA (doctor) 'New Doctor's Hear and Buddha's Heart'
  805. Akiko YOSANO
  806. Akiko YOSANO 'Kimi Shinitamou koto nakare' (Thou Shalt Not Die)
  807. Akiko YOSANO (与謝野 晶子 or 與謝野晶子 in orthographic style; December 7, 1878 - May 29, 1942) is a kajin (waka poet), novelist, and thinker active during the Meiji through Showa Periods.
  808. Akiko YOSANO kahi (a monument inscribed with poems)
  809. Akiko YOSANO pointed out that whole volumes after 'Wakana' were written by Daini no Sami, given the differences in writing styles.
  810. Akiko YOSHIE proposes the theory that the locality and ryozokusei (両属性) having been possessed by clans was lost in this era, making the clans reorganize.
  811. Akiko YOSHIE states that it may be right to consider that the inscription of Tenjukoku Shucho was made during the reign of Empress Suiko.
  812. Akiko and Tekkan had many children, but sales of Tekkan's poetry kept falling, so she worked very hard as the sole bread-winner until her husband gained a position as a college professor.
  813. Akiko and Tekkan married on October 1, 1901, right after "Midaregami" was published.
  814. Akiko contributed an article to the May issue of the Chuo koron in May 1919 entitled 'Expecting national education' (the title was altered to "Demanding for the democratization of education" when it was included in a book "Gekido no naka o yuku" (Going through Turbulent Times)).
  815. Akiko had also been strongly captivated by Tekkan's works.
  816. Akiko had been called nyogo without receiving the Imperial order for being a nyogo after Emperor Gosai assumed the throne, but she received the order in 1656.
  817. Akiko is better known as a kajin (waka poet) who wrote under the name of Byakuren YANAGIWARA.
  818. Akiko kept composing poems of love toward him as if brushing aside the cold eyes of the people around her by doing so; eventually Akiko left her home in Sakai and ran to Tekkan.
  819. Akiko was full of remorse for not giving the book to Suga in person and wrote her regrets in a letter to Tenmin KOBAYASHI.
  820. Akikonomu Chugu
  821. Akikonomu Chugu is a fictional character who appears in Murasaki Shikibu's novel "Genji Monogatari" (The Tale of Genji).
  822. Akikonomu Chugu-zu (picture of Empress Akikonomu), MOA Museum of Art
  823. Akikuni KASUGA
  824. Akikuni KASUGA (year of birth unknown - April 21, 1344) was a noble during the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan).
  825. Akikuni KASUGA confronted the Utsunomiya clan of Shimotsuke Province.
  826. Akikuni MATSUDAIRA
  827. Akikuni MATSUDAIRA (January 23, 1849 - January 2, 1864) was a samurai who lived during the Edo period.
  828. Akikuni followed Akiie KITABATAKE, who was both the governor of Mutsu Province and the Chinju-fu shogun (Commander-in-Chief of the Defense of the North), into the eastern provinces, fighting for the Southern Court in various battles there.
  829. Akikuni held two official positions, Sakone no chujo (Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards) and jiju (Chamberlain).
  830. Akikuni is believed to be a son of MINAMOTO no Akiyuki, who held the senior third rank at court.
  831. Akikuni occupied Hitachi Province's Oda-jo Castle, which belonged to Haruhisa ODA, and became one of Chikafusa's staff officers.
  832. Akikuni's body was sent to Kyoto.
  833. Akikusa Kakie Kosode (Kosode kimono with design of flowering plants of autumn), Tokyo National Museum (Important Cutlural Property)
  834. Akikusa Makie Bundai (a writing desk with gold-lacquered autumn flowers)
  835. Akikusa ni Shika-zu Byobu (deer in flowering plants of autumn, folding screen) at Sendai City Museum
  836. Akima bairin (The forest of the Japanese plum) (Annaka City, Gunma Prefecture)
  837. Akimasa IKEDA: juichii, (Junior First Court Rank) marquis, the First Order of Merit, the former lord of the Okayama domain
  838. Akimasa YOSHIKAWA
  839. Akimasa YOSHIKAWA (January 21, 1842 - January 10, 1920) was a government official and a statesman in Japan.
  840. Akimichi HASEGAWA was troubled and he sent Tomomi IWAKURA a written opinion to encourage compromise between both sides
  841. Akimitsu became furious and forcibly cut off Genshi's hair and made her join a nunnery.
  842. Akimitsu brought detailed notes for the ceremony; however, there were many mistakes and blunders during the ceremony, causing more mockery from the public, for which Sanesuke wrote in his "Shoyuki" that 'writing out all of his blunders will ruin the brush.'
  843. Akimitsu volunteered to organize ceremony for strengthening of the guard at checkpoints related to the enthronement ceremony of Emperor Sanjo.
  844. Akimitsu's younger brother, Asamitsu, was a free-wheeling genius and was a good friend of Michitaka, and while Akimitsu was only a Chunagon (vice-councilor of state), Asamitsu had been promoted to Dainagon (chief councilor of state).
  845. Akimoto was welcomed as the husband of the younger sister of Nobunaga ODA under the Oda government, and managed to maintain his life.
  846. Akimoto, as the family head of Keicho family, became a puppet of the Oda administration.
  847. Akinaiba chigyo system
  848. Akinao abandoned the Kosuiji-jo Castle and escaped to the place where the Osaki clan resided.
  849. Akinao, a deputy shugo, got raged with anger over the treatment, and refused Mitsusada, who came down to Owari to assume the shugo position; it eventually caused a battle between them in Kuroda juku, Owari Province and Mitusada was put to rout.
  850. Akinao, who began the first battle of the revolt, raised an army in Owari Province during the Oei War, in response to the movement of Yoshihiro OUCHI, and fought in Mino Province only to lose the battle to Yorimasu TOKI, the shugo of the province.
  851. Akinari UEDA
  852. Akinari UEDA (1734 - 1809)
  853. Akinari UEDA (July 25, 1734 - August 8, 1809) was a writer of yomihon (books), a poet, an expert in the tea ceremony, a scholar of Japanese classics and a haiku poet in the late Edo period.
  854. Akinari UEDA wrote his first work of fiction, "Shodo kikimimi sekenzaru" (A Worldly Monkey Who Hears About Everything) in 1766, and then wrote the ukiyo zoshi (popular stories of everyday life in the Edo period) "Seken tekake katagi (Characters of Worldly Mistresses)" in 1767.
  855. Akinari had been an intelligent 'Noramono' (means a lazybones in Kansai dialect) until then, but after he was taught by Miki, his thought was deepened and knowledge of the classics was organized systematically, which meant a lot to him.
  856. Akinari had been studying alone about Keichu until then, and he became a disciple of Miki KATO (his family name is also known as FUJIWARA or KAWAZU, and first name Umaki), a classical Japanese scholar, before or after writing "Ugetsu Monogatari."
  857. Akinari stopped writing the ukiyo zoshi that was scheduled to be published, and started writing "Ugetsu Monogatari" under the influence of the works by Teisho.
  858. Akindo Sushiro (Headquarters: Suita City in Osaka Prefecture, Tokyo Stock Exchange, 2,235 shops as of August, 2008)
  859. Akino Hitomero Park
  860. Akinobu KITABATAKE
  861. Akinobu KITABATAKE (c. 1317 - 1380) was a busho (Japanese military commander) who lived in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan).
  862. Akinori ISSHIKI
  863. Akinori ISSHIKI (1340-July 1, 1406) is a busho (Japanese military commander) of the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan) and the early Muromachi period.
  864. Akinori ISSHIKI also joined forces with the bakufu side and distinguish himself in the war at the Oei War when the Ouchi clan raised an army against the bakufu in 1399.
  865. Akinori MATSUO
  866. Akinori MATSUO (born November 5, 1928) is a film director in Japan.
  867. Akinori MITAMURA
  868. Akinori MITAMURA (January 16, 1850 - January 10, 1931) was a martial artist (the 14th head of Tendo school) from the former Kameoka Domain of Tanba Province (Kameyama Domain of Tanba Province).
  869. Akinori became a sword teacher, and instructed sword fencing at Enshukan, a martial arts school of Seitokusha.
  870. Akio ABE, who regarded such situation as a problem, took an example of the chapter of Hahakigi, and verified the accuracy of the collated text in many ways, and particularly the substantial meaning of 'aiming at brevity.'
  871. Akio SHIOTSU
  872. Akio SHIOTSU (January 22, 1945 -) is a shite-kata (a main actor) of the Kita school of Noh.
  873. Akio YOSHIE interpreted that weapon preparation (bushidan formation) of local heads or cultivation lords developed between the early and later periods despite being the same twelfth century.
  874. Akira FUJIEDA had a similar anecdote concerning his lecture on Prince Shotoku (Seiichi OYAMA "'Shotoku Taishi' no tanjo" (The Birth of 'Shotoku Taishi')).
  875. Akira IFUKUBE: "Rond in Burlesque for Wa-daiko and Band" (1983)
  876. Akira IFUKUBE: 'SYMPHONIC EGLOGUE for 20-Stringed Soh and orchestra' (1982)
  877. Akira IMATANI infers that the reason why the shogunate claimed the cooperation between Mochiuji and the Ochi clan, who was on the Southern Court side and evidently an Emperor's enemy, was to get the Jibatsu Rinji against Mochiuji because Mochiuji was far from being called as Emperor's enemy.
  878. Akira IMATANI talked about the theory of the usurpation of the imperial throne by Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA in his literary work, "Muromachi no oken (regal power of Muromacchi) usurpation of sovereignty plan by Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA." (Chuokoron-shinsha, Inc.)
  879. Akira IMATANI, supporting Tachibana's theory, presented that Nobunaga bowed down to the Imperial Court's authority because he had to keep the medieval relationship of power with the Emperor.
  880. Akira KUROSAWA
  881. Akira KUROSAWA and Senkichi TANIGUCHI, who were apprentices of YAMAMOTO, were HONDA's close friends.
  882. Akira KUROSAWA was a typical artist who pursued a subject or an image for his movies without any regard to the budget or time limits.
  883. Akira KUROSAWA's film "Rashomon" (1950) was actually based on Akutagawa's short story "In a Grove" published in 1922, but the film takes the setting and the scene of robbing clothes (from a baby, in the film) from Rashomon.
  884. Akira NAITO claims that there were 100 books, of which the year and month of publication could or could not be specified (ref. Akira NAITO, 1961).
  885. Akira NISHIMURA: "Seishin-kagura," for an ensemble of Japanese percussion instruments played by eight musicians (1992)
  886. Akira ODA, his second son and Kazuma ODA, the fourth son were known as artists.
  887. Akira OMOTE, a researcher of Nogaku (the art of Noh), cites the following five characteristics of Tsunayoshi's affection for Noh.
  888. Akira SEKI opposed those including Kensai KARIYA and Sokichi TSUDA who asserted that Jushichijo Kenpo was a forgery as 'their theories have poor evidence.'
  889. Akira SUGANUMA: "An Encyclopedia of Dogen" Tokyodo Publishing, 1977
  890. Akira YAMAGUCHI
  891. Akira YAMAGUCHI (1948 -) is a noh costume researcher.
  892. Akira YAMAMOTO (a scholar of floral decoration) is one of his disciples.
  893. Akira again became a Imperial Prince and received the reigning name of Yamashinanomiya.
  894. Akisada SHIZUKUISHI, an illegitimate child of the Kosuiji-Shiba clan was called Shizukuishi Gosho while Akiyoshi ISARI was referred to as Isari Gosho.
  895. Akisada UESUGI (1351 - 1380) was a person who lived in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan).
  896. Akisada UESUGI (Ogigayatsu Uesugi clan)
  897. Akisada UESUGI of Kanto kanrei (a shogunal deputy for the Kanto region), a brother of Fusayoshi, ejected Tamekage, but went to fight in the Battle of Nagamorihara in 1510 for the Tamekage side, whereupon he died.
  898. Akisame (autumn rain), and typhoons
  899. Akishino
  900. Akishino is the name of place in Nara City, Nara Prefecture, and according to the present residence indication, it is Akishino-cho.
  901. Akishino-dera Temple
  902. Akishino-dera Temple has three more statues whose heads were made with the dry lacquer method in the Nara period and whose bodies were made of wood in the Kamakura period.
  903. Akishino-dera Temple is a temple which is located in Akishino-cho, Nara City, Nara.
  904. Akishino-dera Temple is famous for the statue of Gigeiten and the main hall designated as a national treasure.
  905. Akishino-dera Temple, wooden (head, lacquered) standing statue of Bonten, standing statue of Gudatsu Bosatsu (important cultural properties), heads in Nara period, bodies in Kamakura period
  906. Akishinonomiya
  907. Akishinonomiya (Family head : Imperial Prince Fumihito)
  908. Akishinonomiya: the highest-rank Miyake at this moment.
  909. Akisue, the son of Menoto (nurse) of Emperor Shirakawa, was selected as a vassal of the Cloistered Emperor Shirakawa, and became an influential person in both the court and in literary circles.
  910. Akisuke TAKEDA and Hisanori served for Mito domain and became the master of swordplay.
  911. Akita District, Higo Province
  912. Akita Domain (Ugo Province)
  913. Akita Jonosuke
  914. Akita Jonosuke was the title under the Ritsuryo system granted to the provincial officer who had been given complete jurisdiction over Akita-jo Castle in Dewa province.
  915. Akita Junmai yeast
  916. Akita Normal School (the faculty of liberal arts of Akita University)
  917. Akita Prefecture
  918. Akita Prefecture (open cultivation)
  919. Akita Ranga (Akita Dutch-style painting)
  920. Akita Ranga became popular in a kind of salon atmosphere among the lords and vassals.
  921. Akita Ranga is a genre of Japanese painting in a semi-Western style from the Edo period that was adopted by the lord and statesmen of the Kubota clan (the Akita clan); paintings in this style were composed using techniques of Western paintings with traditional Japanese drawing materials.
  922. Akita Ranga was also influenced by the Nanbin School, meaning that it was a unique painting style created by mixing Japanese, Chinese and Western styles.
  923. Akita Research Institute for Food and Brewing also develops wine yeasts, beer yeasts and bread yeasts.
  924. Akita Toshiro, short sword, owned privately
  925. Akita Youth Normal School (the faculty of liberal arts of Akita University)
  926. Akita clan as daimyo in the modern ages
  927. Akita sake komachi
  928. Akita yeast
  929. Akita yeasts are developed jointly by the brewing laboratory of Akita Research Institute for Food and Brewing and Akita Sake Brewers Association.
  930. Akita's technique for making painted maple winnowing baskets (March 11, 2009; Akita City, etc.; Oedarami [Itayami made in Taihei Kurosawa] Seisakugijutsu Hozonkai [Oedarami Manufacturing Technique Preservation Association])
  931. Akita-Ryu-Hanakobo (AK-1)
  932. Akita-Ryu-Miyabikobo (AK-4)
  933. Akita-jo Castle was restored by Yasunori after the rebellion.
  934. Akita-jo Castle, about 760, about 11th century, Akita gun, (located after abolition of Akita-jo castle, former site of Akita-jo Castle, its Kokufu function relocated in 804
  935. Akita-manzai (Akita Prefecture)
  936. Akitajo no suke
  937. Akitaka assigned his illegitimate children to new territories and they were referred to as 'Shizukuishi-gosho' and 'Isari-gosho' deriving from the names of the places they inhabited.
  938. Akitaka later gained the family name of Karahashi and changed his name to Arimichi KARAHASHI.
  939. Akitaka was trusted by Emperor Shirakawa and a kuge who was called 'yoru no kanpaku' (Chief adviser to the Emperor behind the scene) and representative kuge during the insei period (during the period of the government by the retired Emperor).
  940. Akitake (adopted into the Shimizu Tokugawa family; later, the eleventh lord of Mito Domain)
  941. Akitake TOKUGAWA
  942. Akitake TOKUGAWA was the sixth family head of the Shimizu Tokugawa family and later became the last (the 11th) lord of the Mito domain.
  943. Akitake TOKUGAWA: Army junior lieutenant, Jusani, (Junior Third Court Rank) the First Order of Merit, the former lord of the Mito Domain
  944. Akitake applied to have the divided lands of Hokkaido and was ordered to dominate five counties in total, such as Tomakomae County, Teshio County, Kamikawa County, and Nakagawa County out of Teshio Province, Hokkaido, and Rishiri County out of Kitami Province on September 22, 1869.
  945. Akiteru KASHUJI
  946. Akiteru KASHUJI (January 11, 1815 - February 10, 1861) was a Kugyo (court noble) in the late Edo Period.
  947. Akiteru was adopted by Tsunetoki KASHUJI (a nephew of Toshiaki BOJO) who had no biological child, and entered Imperial Court in March 1824 after he had his coming of age ceremony, and became Jiju (Imperial Household Agency staff) in 1831.
  948. Akiteru was conferred Shoshiinojo (Senior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade) in 1859.
  949. Akitomo ANEGAKOJI
  950. Akitomo ANEGAKOJI (1212 - October 19, 1266) was a Court noble who lived during the mid Kamakura period.
  951. Akitomo KATO moved into the castle with a stipend of 20,000 koku (one koku is about 180 liters) in rice, and the Minakuchi Domain came into existence.
  952. Akitomo who became Azechi (inspector of the provincial government) after that was promoted to Chunagon (vice-councilor of state) in 1262, and to Gon Dainagon (provisional chief councilor of state) in 1265.
  953. Akitoyo NAKAMIKADO (1414 - 1459)
  954. Akitsugu MIURA
  955. Akitsugu MIURA (September 15, 1834 - March 13, 1860) was a feudal lord (daimyo) in Japan during the Edo period.
  956. Akitsugu MIURA was born on September 15, 1834.
  957. Akitsuna INA
  958. Akitsuna INA (year of birth unknown -1600) was a busho (Japanese military commander) in the Azuchi-Momoyama period.
  959. Akitsuna joined the service of Yoshiuji ASHIKAGA, who was Akitsuna's junior in age.
  960. Akitsuna's father was MINAMOTO no Kanetsuna.
  961. Akitsuna, son of Yorimasa's adopted son MINAMOTO no Kanetsuna, came to use the clan name Okochi; Nobutsuna MATSUDAIRA was an outstanding offspring of the clan; he had the nickname Chie-Izu (wisdom of Izu) for his brilliancy, during the Edo period.
  962. Akitsune (Kinnojo) YAMAJI, one of the last tenmonkata officers, was his grandfather.
  963. Akitsune AWATA (1920 - 2006)
  964. Akitsune AWATA of the Higashikuninomiya family (Akitsune AWATA, October 25, 1940)
  965. Akitsune YAMAJI
  966. Akitsune YAMAJI (date of birth unknown - September 24, 1881) was an astronomer in the late Edo period.
  967. Akitsune managed to obtain remission for Akiyoshi to take him back from Tsuyama.
  968. Akiu Rice Planting Dance (May 04, 1976, Miyagi Prefecture)
  969. Akiu Taue-odori rice planting dance (May 4, 1976; Akiu-machi, Taihaku Ward, Sendai City; Akiu no Taue-odori Hozonkai [Akiu Taue-odori Dance Preservation Association], etc.)
  970. Akiu no Taue-odori (the rice planting dance in Akiu) (designated as Important Intangible Property of Folk Culture) held in Akiu, Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture in every April today was originally a Yoshuku Geino held on Lunar New Year in the depth of winter.
  971. Akiuji played an active role in the Kanno Disturbance, but died around the same time as Yoriharu.
  972. Akiuji's brothers were excellent in military prowess and did splendid service, but they died before Akiuji.
  973. Akiyamago, Sakae-mura, Shimominochi County, Nagano Prefecture/Tsunan-machi, Nakauonuma County, Niigata Prefecture
  974. Akiyamanoshitabiotoko
  975. Akiyamanoshitabiotoko is a Japanese deity.
  976. Akiyasu KITABATAKE
  977. Akiyasu KITABATAKE (c.1338 - 1412) was a court noble in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan) to the Muromachi Period.
  978. Akiyo TOMOEDA (March 24, 1940 -) is a traditional Japanese Noh drama performer and member of the Kita school (one of the 5 major Noh troupes).
  979. Akiyo first appeared on stage in a 1947 production of the Robin Hood like play "Kurama Tengu."
  980. Akiyo is the Chairman of the 'Tomoeda Association' and 'Akio Tomoeda Association'.
  981. Akiyo is the Kitaryu shokubun kyogikai (conference of Kita school's occupational branch family) representative.
  982. Akiyo was born in Tokyo; the eldest son of Kikuo TOMOEDA.
  983. Akiyoshi (yakitori), Marche co., ltd., Daikichi System co,. ltd., Torihime, and FUNACHU co,. ltd.
  984. Akiyoshi ICHIJO
  985. Akiyoshi ICHIJO (1605 to 1672)
  986. Akiyoshi ICHIJO (June 12, 1605-March 11, 1672) was a court noble of the highest rank in the early Edo period.
  987. Akiyoshi ICHIJO, the 9th Prince of the Emperor Goyozei, is the successor of the Ichijo family.
  988. Akiyoshi WADA (grandchild by his daughter; a physicist).
  989. Akiyoshi YAMADA
  990. Akiyoshi YAMADA (November 18,1844-November 11,1892) was a samurai (a feudal retainer of the Choshu Domain), statesman and army military man.
  991. Akiyoshi YAMADA:resident
  992. Akiyoshi YAMAJI
  993. Akiyoshi YAMAJI (1841 - June 5, 1888) was an astronomer in the late Edo period.
  994. Akiyoshi came back home briefly, but after a short time he left Edo together with the former navy of bakufu led by Takeaki ENOMOTO; after that, he moved from place to place to fight at various places together with the former Army of bakufu.
  995. Akizane NIJO
  996. Akizane NIJO (December 12, 1556 - August 23, 1619) was a kugyo (the top court officials) during the Azuchi-Momoyama period to the early-Edo period.
  997. Akizane NIJO was born in 1556.
  998. Akizane NIJO, Nobufusa TAKATSUKASA, and Gien were his brothers.
  999. Akizane UESUGI (a son of Shigeuji ASHIKAGA) had succeeded the post of Kanto Kanrei in accordance with a will of Akisada, but Norifusa disputed and won to succeed the reign of the Yamanouchi-Uesugi clan in 1512 and also succeeded the post of Kanto Kanrei at Akizane's death in 1515.
  1000. Akizo NAKAMURA, a scholar of Hayato, advocated a theory that the base of Kumaso was only the regions of Miyakonojo and Soo from the archeological difference of Kuma and Soo regions, and 'Kuma' was a eulogistic name to indicate dauntlessness.

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