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  1. It has the best balance between taste and fragrance and some say that it has a more refined taste than arabashiri.
  2. It has the combined element of today's road map and sightseeing guide.
  3. It has the common feature with hanami in that the both events are an annual event whose main purpose is to hold a banquet.
  4. It has the denotation of 'expressing one's feelings through the use of objects' as cited in 'Manyoshu' (Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves).
  5. It has the effect of giving form and texture to the words though they have the limit of seventeen syllables.
  6. It has the following meaning:
  7. It has the following purposes.
  8. It has the fourth-largest number of passengers among the stations on the Miyafuku Line.
  9. It has the highest intelligence of any invertebrate and can distinguish colors, recognize shapes, as well as learn and solve problems.
  10. It has the highest mintage of any current coin.
  11. It has the highest rating among the educational institutions, along with Waseda University and Keio University.
  12. It has the largest number of seats for customers among all the branches and smoking is allowing in all seats in the basement and its menu is rich with a variety of refreshments and has a lot of regular customers.
  13. It has the largest number of the passengers among the six stations.
  14. It has the largest screen among the existing works that are said to have been drawn by Hokusai.
  15. It has the longest history even among the many shamisen musical numbers that exist, and it is the origin of many shamisen musical compositions.
  16. It has the meaning of light, nature, purity, freedom and superiority.
  17. It has the oldest history in the yugake for kyudo and is structurally similar to the yugake used by samurais.
  18. It has the population of 1.2 million, which is eighty-six percent of the population of the whole area of Nara Prefecture (approximately 1.4 million).
  19. It has the possibility of dramatic interpretation due to the nature of TV as media.
  20. It has the shape of Mt. Sumeru (in Buddhism - said to be the highest mountain rising in the center of the world).
  21. It has the shape of a circular chair.
  22. It has the shape of a lotus flower.
  23. It has the shape of lotus leaves.
  24. It has the shape of squared logs put together in a double-cross formation.
  25. It has the shape of stylized clouds.
  26. It has the shape of the train of the seated statue flowing down to the pedestal.
  27. It has the stamp of Wagaku-kodansho Onko-do which was owned by Hokinoichi HANAWA, who compiled "Classified Documents" (a collection of basic historical texts).
  28. It has the strange habit of following other lobsters and, as a result, they form a line of lobsters during the breeding season.
  29. It has the strong connotation of kaden-sho (a book handed down from father to son).
  30. It has the structure where elongated boards are circularly lined up and tied with 'taga' (hoop) which consists of spirally bundled bamboo, and does not use the adhesive.
  31. It has the total length of 120 meters and the height of 18 meters, and includes the front square part facing the south.
  32. It has the total length of 75 meters and the height of 10 meters, and the front square part faces the west.
  33. It has three paths for walkers you can choose and wearing shoes suitable for mountain hike is recommended.
  34. It has three sub-temples (Zenmyo-in, Jissei-in and Gyokusen-in).
  35. It has three volumes, with multiple textual lines for each manuscript family.
  36. It has to block the heat and air and thus is not appropriate for the exhibition where the light is on for a long time, but there are methods to seal off the case and put desiccant in or paint food varnish and so on.
  37. It has turned into a highway for the National Highway route No. 24 (Takeda-kaido-Road) and the National Highway route No. 1, which now acts as a main street.
  38. It has twenty hands on each side, that is, forty hands in total other than the two hands putting the palms of hands together, and has one eye in each palm.
  39. It has two bypasses: the Zakuro Bypass and the Yamadagawa Bypass (both opened in 1970).
  40. It has two cooking methods: 'Wan-gaki' which is cooked by mixing buckwheat-flour and boiled water into gruel, and 'Nabe-gaki' which is cooked by heating and kneading the mixture of buckwheat-flour and water in a pot on a stove.
  41. It has two entrances/exits: one on the east side and the other on the west.
  42. It has two hot spring sources; one is 'Rurikei River Valley Highland Hot Spring' and the other is 'Rurikei River Valley Flower Hot Spring.'
  43. It has two island platforms and one side platform serving a total of 5 tracks, with part of the old Fukuchiyama Station being visible from Platform 1.
  44. It has two island platforms serving four tracks; Platform 2 and 3 are used by trains that provide through service with the Karasuma Line of Kyoto Municipal Subway, and Platform 1 and 4 are used by those coming from or going to Kintetsu Kyoto Station.
  45. It has two lanes between Kawaramachi-dori Street and Karasuma-dori Street, but the section west of Karasuma-dori Street to Horikawa-dori Street is so narrow that it can barely accommodate a car.
  46. It has two lanes for traffic (partly three lanes on the eastward traffic side with an additional right-turn lane), and wider sidewalks compared to those of the neighborhood streets.
  47. It has two lines: the north and south lines.
  48. It has two posts, and is also called kyudai daisu.
  49. It has two schools; one is called yamabushi-kagura (kagura played by ascetic monks living in mountains) which is performed in Tohoku region, and another called dai-kagura which is performed in Ise and other provinces.
  50. It has two stages: The bottom stage is square shape and the upper stage is circular shape.
  51. It has two volumes: the first part was published in March 1883, and the second part in February 1884.
  52. It has umanori (slits) at the bottom of both sides.
  53. It has unique characteristics that change according to each region.
  54. It has unique strong smell and a pungent taste.
  55. It has various names in different parts of Japan.
  56. It has wall paintings by Taisuke HAMADA.
  57. It has well balanced letters and looks crisp with powerful dots and strokes that make up a kanji character.
  58. It has wheels so that soldiers can move to other spots to attack.
  59. It has wielded considerable influence on many later literary works of Noh, Kabuki, and Ningyo Joruri among other genres, and many of the depictions of Yoshitsune and those connected to him that exist today are based on the "Gikeiki."
  60. It has wind and cloud in the right hand and nenju (rosary) in the left.
  61. It has, however, become a reference for the small number of songs that appear to have been written by lost and unknown sakushazuke.
  62. It has, until now, been necessary to boil konnyaku in a process called akunuki (literally, removal of harshness) before it is cooked in order to remove its unique odor, but some types of konnyaku can now be cooked without this process being performed.
  63. It hasn't been decided yet whether it will reopen to the public or not.
  64. It held a central place in haiku world, replacing the Teimon-ha (Teimon school of haiku) led by disciples of Teitoku MATSUNAGA.
  65. It held a sale for 250 yen each.
  66. It held a total of 9 meetings from July 28 to December 8 of the same year and submitted a report dated December 9 recommending "February 11" (with opinions of individual members).
  67. It held all the fishing gear that had been used since the Jomon period (about ten thousand years before third century B.C.): Harpoons, fish spears, and fish hooks.
  68. It held an event that involved summer schooling.
  69. It held the posts of Kokushi (provincial governor) and Shugo (provincial military governor), and is now recognized as a daimyo (Japanese territorial lord) in the Sengoku period.
  70. It helped many people in the island during those days, for example by giving poor people money to save them when they suffer a famine, and also by supporting poor people, establishing a the hospital, and supporting education.
  71. It helps to improve the flow of the poem and provide a stronger effect.
  72. It hits Amenowakahiko right in the chest, killing him.
  73. It holds a special position in the group next to Kanze-ryu as a 'branch family.'
  74. It holds an approximately 70% share in the field of marine cables.
  75. It holds the record for keeping a live cockatoo in captivity (of 54 years), the longest in Japan as of 2003.
  76. It hops around houses after dark and sticks its tongue out when it comes across a person.
  77. It horizontally connects the upper parts or other parts of pillars and is hammered into place from outside of the pillars to reinforce the structure.
  78. It housed 238 animals of 61 species.
  79. It houses 'Oni no Koryu Hall' at its center with a seating capacity of 200, and its surrounding corridor contains displays.
  80. It houses 20 of the small Buddhist images (guardian deities) that were kept by the emperor, empress and imperial princes.
  81. It houses To-ji's guardian deities, statues of Sogyo Hachimanshin and Joshin.
  82. It houses a free-of-charge parking lot for approximately 400 motorcycles and 400 bicycles.
  83. It houses a greenhouse (called 'Small Terra') for carnivorous plants, cacti, and oriental orchids.
  84. It houses a statue of Dainichi Nyorai.
  85. It houses a statue of Gautama Buddha flanked by two attendants (Ananda and Kasyapa) and statues of the 18 arhats.
  86. It houses accommodations and athletic facilities that students and others related to the Doshisha can use for seminars and club activities.
  87. It houses and exhibits 120 ducks of approximately 20 species, of which most are native to Japan.
  88. It houses but does not display the cultural properties of Tofuku-ji Temple and its sub-temples.
  89. It houses large and small halls, a planetarium, a folk heritage museum, a library, and a community center.
  90. It houses replicas of the principal image and statues of Kenrei Mon-in and Awa no naiji that were newly produced at the same time.
  91. It houses statues of the principal images Shaka Nyorai, Amida Nyorai and Miroku Nyorai (Maitreya) which represent past, present and future.
  92. It houses the National Treasure designated 'seated statue of Priest Roben.'
  93. It houses the image of Gautama Buddha flanked by two guardians.
  94. It houses the restored tenshukaku (5-6 stories) of the original Azuchi-jo Castle, which was exhibited at the Seville World Expo in 1992.
  95. It however lost Koretada MATSUDAIRA of the Fukozu Matsudaira family on the Tokugawa side who led the vanguard too deep into the enemy lines, and who was fought back and struck down by Masayuki OYAMADA in retreat.
  96. It however worsened the domain's financial conditions.
  97. It idealized iki (the way of life, or style in fashion and art, combining material sensuality and elegant sophistication), and mainly described the stratagems between prostitutes in a pleasure quarters and their customers and had plots that made vulgar customers laughing stocks.
  98. It identifies itself as Buddhism, but among scholars there is controversy as to whether Mikkyo is included in Buddhism or not.
  99. It illustrates the arrangements of rites in Seiryoden with colored pictures.
  100. It illustrates the many facets of Oni, such as: 'Enshrined Oni': 'Oni and Buddha': 'Oni in Shinto music and dances': 'Oni in our everyday life': 'Oni running away from us': 'Oni and folklore.'
  101. It impacted the growth of the Zen sect later on to a considerable degree.
  102. It implements various programs to prevent unemployment by fostering the occupational aspirations of young people (vocational and career education) and is one of the largest comprehensive occupational information centers in the world.
  103. It implied that the Hosokawa and Mizuno families treated the masterless samurai very well but the Mori and Matsudaira families did not.
  104. It implied that the existence of such emperors (kings) wasn't established in the genealogy when the iron sword was made.
  105. It implies that a clever mind strips off meaning from justice and fairness, and that it has a dangerous power to laugh away the stable order which is important in maintaining authority.
  106. It implies that people who are not supposed to be in the Imperial Throne position force the Imperial family members to give up the position by military force or political pressure.
  107. It implies that she is a relative of Fujitsubo (Murasaki no yukari), Hikaru Genji's 'eternal woman.'
  108. It implies that the same elements are involved in both arts when mastered.
  109. It included 1012 Korean military police assistants.)
  110. It included 51 articles.
  111. It included additional supporting personnel of kohei (military engineer) (mine development specialists, kurokuwa (construction workers), kobushin gumi (samurai without official appointments who received small salaries)), accountant (nandokata clerk, yuhitsu (secretary)), cooks (kitchen workers), physicians and monks (monks accompanying samurai to war).
  112. It included an important agreement related to tariff autonomy, but the negotiation was settled in a short period without serious conflict.
  113. It included matters disadvantageous to Baekje, and consequently he was assassinated by a Baekjean.
  114. It included participants such as Kichiji NAKATOGAWA, Ton SATOMI's disciple.
  115. It included salt of the Sendai Domain and the Kaga Domain, Shikon (lithospermum root used for purple color) of the Morioka Domain, Wax of the Aizu Domain and the Yonezawa Domain (wax made from fruits of japanese lacquer).
  116. It included some of all the above.
  117. It included the description that a large island located far away across the sea from Jurchen and Goryeo as an area against the Great Yuan Dynasty, transcribed as '?????j-m-n-k-w,' which appeared to be a 'country of Japan.'
  118. It included the lecture hall called Hokudo, and Kiden zoshi (history rooms, toso - east side room, and seiso - west side room) located on the east side and the west side of the Hokudo.
  119. It included togashi (Chinese sweets) introduced by a Japanese envoy to Tang Dynasty China, and nanbangashi (a variety of sweets derived from Portuguese or Spanish recipes) that missionaries bought with them.
  120. It includes "Tamura," "Ebira" and "Yashima (Noh)."
  121. It includes "Tomonaga," "Sanemori," "Yorimasa," "Tadanori," "Shunzei Tadanori," "Kiyotsune," "Michimori," "Atsumori (Noh)," "Ikuta Atsumori," "Tomoaki," "Tsunemasa," "Kanehira" and "Tomoe (Noh)."
  122. It includes 'Gosho,' where the Emperor lives, 'Kyuden,' where various public events and government affairs are conducted, and the office building of the Imperial Household Agency.
  123. It includes 'a legend of Ikuta-gawa River' (the 147th chapter) with a story about a young lady who committed suicide by throwing herself into Ikuta-gawa River for taking to heart the propositions of marriage from two men, as well as 'a legend of Ubasute-yama Mountain' (the 156th chapter).
  124. It includes 2190 poems.
  125. It includes 57 waka poems, too.
  126. It includes Arashiyama, a famous sightseeing spot, the Matsuo district where the Matsuo-taisha Shrine is located, the Katsura district where the Katsura Imperial Villa is located, and the Ohara district where the Shoji-ji Temple (the Temple of Flowers) and the Oharano-jinja Shrine are located.
  127. It includes Doyo UNGO and Honjaku SOZAN.
  128. It includes Emperor Kobun.
  129. It includes Ensho FUKETSU and Shonen SHUZAN.
  130. It includes Funa-zushi, Hatahata-zushi and the Eskimo Kiviak.
  131. It includes Kisen SEKITO as well as his disciples such as Dogo TENNO, Tennen TANKA, Donjo UNGAN and Daido TOSU.
  132. It includes Senkan TOKUSAN, Keisho SEKISHO, Ryokai TOZAN and Zenne KASSAN.
  133. It includes a group of scholars for East Asian history in Kyoto University line, such as Ichisada MIYAZAKI, Kiyoyoshi UTSUNOMIYA, Kenji SHIMADA, Yoshio KAWAKATSU, Michio TANIGAWA, and others.
  134. It includes a low-height chozubachi (basin) provided for visitors to purify their hands before entering the teahouse, and several yaku-ishis (functional stones) arranged around the chozubachi.
  135. It includes a punishment and a penalty corresponding current petty fines and penal fines; therefore, it is a kind of a penal punishment.
  136. It includes about 300 poems.
  137. It includes biographies of Baozhi, Fu Daishi, Kozan Eshi, Zhi-yi, sangha (priest), Mane, Bukan, Kanzan Jittoku and Hotei.
  138. It includes both the Inner Court which consists of a family of the Emperor and inner-court members of the Imperial Family, and the princely houses, each of which comprises a prince other than the Crown Prince and his family.
  139. It includes disciples such as Zenkatsu GANTO and Gizon SEPPO.
  140. It includes fat and gelatinous texture.
  141. It includes following yokyoku.
  142. It includes four chapters of "Teikabon (type of manuscript)" in Sadaie's own handwriting.
  143. It includes genkeibon, a book stamped with original seals, keninbon, a book stamped with imitated seals, and reprints of seals stamped by a wood block.
  144. It includes independent judgment of judges as well, that is, individual judges are capable of forming a judgment independently without being interfered by their fellow workers and his superior.
  145. It includes lady's comic.
  146. It includes many documents that cannot be used as historical material because academic consideration as historical material is not possible because the manuscript is privately owned and not open to the public.
  147. It includes many waka poems by the poet ARIWARA no Narihira and the hero is called by his cognomen (Chapter 63).
  148. It includes nature worship and animism, which believe that deities (Shintoism), lives and spirits exist in the universe.
  149. It includes not only the normal swimming, but swimming in armor and combat techniques in the water as a military art, such as fighting techniques in the water and firing a matchlock while treading water (Some schools also teach seamanship.)
  150. It includes records of producing sake, soy sauce and miso at that time.
  151. It includes scarecrows, clappers and especially, sozu (water-filled bamboo tube in a Japanese garden that clacks against a stone when emptied.)
  152. It includes sketches of scenic places in Koshu, such as Mt. Takao viewed from current Hachioji City, Mt. Fuji viewed from Kofu City, Kai Zenko-ji Temple there and the Fuji-gawa River in Minobu-cho, drawn in black ink with brushes of different thickness.
  153. It includes such programs as 'Asahina (Kyogen)' (a story of a strong man Asahina), 'Yao (Kyogen)' (a story of a man Yao), 'Shimizu (Kyogen)' (a story over spring water), 'Fukuro (Kyogen)' (a story of people possessed by an owl), and 'Kaki Yamabushi '(a story of Yamabushi and persimmons).
  154. It includes such programs as 'Fusenai kyo' (a story of a priest worrying over offerings), 'Roren' (a story of a fresh priest Roren), 'Satsuma no kami' (a story of a priest traveling without money), 'Hakuyo' (a story of a Zato, Hakuyo), 'Saru Zato' (a story of a blind man and a monkey showman), and 'Dobu Kacchiri' (a story of two blind men).
  155. It includes such programs as 'Hagi daimyo' (a story of a Daimyo and bush clover), 'Buaku' (a story of an idler Buaku), 'Utsubozaru' (a story of a Daimyo and a monkey), 'Ima mairi' (a story of a new servant, Ima Mairi), and 'Awataguchi' (a story over Awataguchi [usually meaning a sword]).
  156. It includes such programs as 'Kuri yaki' (a story over roasting chestnuts), 'Shidohogaku' (a story over a spell to calm horses), 'Busu' (a story of delicious poison), 'Boshibari' (a story of a man tied to a pole), 'Kane no ne' (a story of a man who confused the price of gold with the ringing of bells, both of which are 'Kane no ne' in Japanese), 'Kintozaemon' (a story of a robber Kintozaemon).
  157. It includes such programs as 'Suehirogari' (a story over Suehiro [usually meaning a fan in Japanese]), 'Fuku-no-kami (Kyogen) ' (a story of the God of good fortune), 'Sanninbu' (a story of three farmers), 'Takara-no-tsuchi' (a story over a precious drum mallet), and 'Nabe yatsubachi' (a story over pots and drums).
  158. It includes such programs as 'Uri nusubito' (a story of a melon thief), 'Chatsubo' (a story over a tea urn), 'Koyakuneri' (a story of two salve peddlers), 'Tsurigitsune' (a story of a fox and a hunter), and 'Awase gaki ' (a story of a persimmon seller).
  159. It includes sutras quoted from the Jodo Sanbu-kyo, their explanation by Shandao, and Honen's opinion on them.
  160. It includes the first volume of genealogy through the twelfth volume of Ichinomiya ki Yamatohime no seiki.
  161. It includes the following.
  162. It includes the former Kii and Uji counties in the center and a part of the former Otokuni, Kuse and Tsuzuki counties in the west.
  163. It includes the gable wall and gable boards.
  164. It includes the mind and way of life in tactics and techniques, at the same time, for samurai during battle.
  165. It includes three stories: 'Katakoi', 'Kigu' (or Megurial, Chance Meetings) and 'Aibiki' (The Rendezvous).
  166. It includes tou manju, Momiji manju, kuri-manju, Chidori manju (Fukuoka), and emulsion.
  167. It includes two huge tumuli surrounded by middle and small sized keyhole-shaped mounds.
  168. It includes various contents ranging from people of various professions, tools, funny faces, specters and representations of perspective.
  169. It includes young lady's comic.
  170. It incorporated a Stephenson valve gear, a Salter safety valve, and its steam dome was set on top of a boiler.
  171. It incorporated elements of judo and karate into aikido.
  172. It incorporated the idea of Zen.
  173. It incorporates randori, referring to judo, and is popular among some university aikido groups.
  174. It incorporates the elaborated designs for chigaidana, kugikakushi, transom, and so on.
  175. It increased demands for the shunga.
  176. It increases gastric activities and prevents heartburn.
  177. It incurred latent contradiction to the cooperative policy with the Imperial Court led by Yoritomo.
  178. It indicated the order in which the chapters should be read.
  179. It indicated the power struggle with the Takahashi clan and the relationship with Dokyo (a priest of Hosso Sect of Buddhism in the Nara period).
  180. It indicates Hitomaro's originality that half among the more than 140 kinds of makura kotoba used in his tanka were not seen before his time.
  181. It indicates a household which is abolished because there is no successor after former head of the family died even though the process of succession of the family head position has began (the Old Civil Codes, Article 764).
  182. It indicates a person in a government post.
  183. It indicates an area around the Kyoto Imperial Palace.
  184. It indicates an area where a small number of houses are sparsely scattered.
  185. It indicates an urban area including Kyoto City, Osaka City and Kobe City along with their surrounding satellite smaller cities.
  186. It indicates how stably the country was governed during the reign.
  187. It indicates pottery with kase patterns, such as earthenware containing clear red spots caused from particularly abundant iron present in the.
  188. It indicates that Azuminoisora was the deity enshrined at Shikaumi-jinja Shrine (Fukuoka City) at that time (today, three deities of Watatsumi are enshrined at the shrine).
  189. It indicates that family registers were established not only in the Kinai region (provinces surrounding Kyoto and Nara) but also from Kyushu in the west to Hitachi and Kozuke Provinces in the east.
  190. It indicates that one's nerves become braced by having a rokushaku fundoshi clenched between the buttocks and fixing the genitals, and that the fastening of the garment makes it easy to put strength in the lower abdomen.
  191. It indicates that the Fujiwara clan in the Imperial Court then recognized him as a member of the clan.
  192. It indicates the people who worked for the shoen landlord (honke [the head family]) under a special agreement within the shoen during the Heian period.
  193. It indicates the possibility of this incident having been plotted by Sadamori.
  194. It indicates the staff that worked at bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) organizations such as Kumonjo (administration office), Mandokoro (administrative board), Monchujo (court of justice), and Samuraidokoro (board of retainers).
  195. It indicates the staff that worked in Kanga (government office) of the Imperial Court such as Wakadokoro (office of waka), Goshodokoro (office to maintain books in the Imperial Court), Kirokujo (land record office), Infumidono (the retired emperor's documents bureau), Goin and so on.
  196. It indicates the state of the taxi.
  197. It inhabits areas off the coast up to a depth of 100 meters.
  198. It inherits the characteristics of a tale of fantasy found in "Taketori Monogatari" (the Tale of Bamboo Cutter), and is the oldest full-length tale in Japanese literature.
  199. It initially belonged to the Shingon Sect but converted to Jodo Sect during the Heian period.
  200. It insists that Buddhism was gradually transmitted from Mahakasyapa and the teaching of Zen was introduced by Bodhidharma from India to China, which authorized the Zen in China.
  201. It inspired Koyo to write the scene held at the seashore of Atami.
  202. It installed dorms and drill courts for education and training at more than 20 offices of believers of the Tenri sect scattered over Tenri City, Yamabe County, Nara Prefecture, which has the headquarter of Tenri sect.
  203. It integrated Shimosaga village in 1903 and became Saga Town in 1923.
  204. It integrated part of Keihoku-cho, Kitakuwada County (Oaza Hirogawara) in 1957, resulting in the present area of the ward.
  205. It introduced Kazo City to the outside world as Kazo's koi-nobori with the top production of koi-nobori.
  206. It introduced surprising plays such as "kusemai (literally "Music Dance")" (Shirabyoshi-no-gei), etc to the melody and this brought about a big reformation to traditional Sarugaku.
  207. It introduced the view that, as Todayu KANKI fled to Nagaharu BESSHO's place without any hesitation, it was suspected that Todayu KANKI and Murashige ARAKI had contact with each other, and Murashige ARAKI was also suspected.
  208. It introduces local products.
  209. It introduces the preaching trends among the recently published books.
  210. It involves 'fushuku' (shaman) who communicate with the other side.
  211. It involves the reciting (or singing) of Chinese poetry, waka (a traditional Japanese poem of thirty-one syllables) and so on with a distinctive Fushimawashi (intonation).
  212. It involves wearing a Kasane-shozoku costume (a costume for Noh) and a mask, and uses a mushi (a piece of cloth) and a betsu-kabuto (Chikyu-specific hat in the form of a phoenix).
  213. It is "Iya Yotsugi" that is equivalent to the historical narrative called 'Kagamimono' which concerned the reigns of the both Emperors. (Yotsugi is another name of "Okagami," and "Ima Kagami" also has a different name of "Shoku Yotsugi.")
  214. It is "Rokkasen Sugata no Irodori" chapter three.
  215. It is "Shogun."
  216. It is "legend of Dodomeki" in which TAWARA no Tota kills an evil ogre "Dodomeki."
  217. It is "古今和歌集陰名作者次第" by 堯智 compiled in the Volume of the Zoku Gunshoruiju (The Collection of Historical Sources, second series).
  218. It is 'Ichiriki' if you hear a sound like "chiki chin chiki chin chiki chikkon kon" and "jiki jin jiki jin jiki jikkon kon."
  219. It is 'Niriki' if you hear the sound like "kon kon kon chiki chikkon kon, kon kon chiki chiki chikkon kon" and "kon kon kon jiki jikkon kon, kon kon jiki jiki jikkon kon."
  220. It is 'Shangiri' if you hear a sound like "chiki chin chiki chin chiki chin chiki chin ~" and "jiki jin jiki jin jiki jin jiki jin ~."
  221. It is 'Tsutsuitsuno' in the old text of "Ise Monogatari."
  222. It is 'clear writing' and is easy to understand, being considered the most similar to the original form.
  223. It is 'hidari harai' (glance off on the left).
  224. It is 'mama' in the language of the elderly people.
  225. It is 'manma' in toddler language.
  226. It is 'migi harai' (glance off on the right).
  227. It is 'netsuke' which has handed down the "spirit of true-born Japanese" at that time till now.
  228. It is (year/month).
  229. It is 1,125 meters high.
  230. It is 113 cm tall.
  231. It is 13 minutes by taxi from Nagaokatenjin Station of the Hankyu Corporation Kyoto Line or a 30-minute walk from the Okukaiinji bus stop.
  232. It is 13.2 meters high and is surrounded by the moats of 3 meters breadth and the embankments.
  233. It is 130 to 176 years earlier than Heian-kyo (in 794), the only Japanese-style Feng shui city (Onmyodo [way of Yin and Yang; occult divination system based on the Taoist theory of the five elements]) under Yamato kingship
  234. It is 160 cm tall and said to be made from the wood of the Prunus Wilsoni Koehne tree not found in Japan.
  235. It is 1694.9 meters high (Hidegatake).
  236. It is 28.3 centimeters long and 755.0 centimeters wide.
  237. It is 291.95 square km in area.
  238. It is 3.5 m tall.
  239. It is 3.6m tall.
  240. It is 301 meters high.
  241. It is 349 meters high.
  242. It is 356.5 meters long and 3.3 meters wide, the longest Nagare-bashi in Japan (as of October 2007).
  243. It is 39.5 square kilometers.
  244. It is 480 m in the east-west direction and 200 m in the north-south direction, with its highest point reaching an altitude of 48.3 m.
  245. It is 50 cm in both length and width and 40 cm in depth.
  246. It is 50.8 meters high and the second tallest wooden pagoda after the five-storied pagoda in To-ji Temple.
  247. It is 59.20 square km in area.
  248. It is 77 cm tall.
  249. It is Asuka Kiyomihara no Miya Palace whose structure has been more clearly defined by the archaeological research.
  250. It is Asuka where the first Imperial Court was placed.
  251. It is Bangai Fudasho (an additional temple) of the 33 temples of Kansai Kannon Pilgrimage.
  252. It is Bosatsu who eliminates lack of wisdom and Bonno (earthly desires) of the people, and breaks evils.
  253. It is Buddha's birthday and called Kanbutsue.
  254. It is Densha that is temporality built for Saigu in a pure location outside the capital (which was mainly Sagano since the Heian period) determined by fortune-telling.
  255. It is Gandharba in Indian myths and has its origin in the period of Proto-Indo-European language going back from the period of Indo-Iranian language because it is guessed to have the same origin as the Centaurs in Greek myths.
  256. It is Gobo-maki (burdock root roll).
  257. It is Hachi no Miya's unlucky year, so he asks Kaoru to look after his princesses.
  258. It is Hakucho shojo setsuwa (swan maiden anecdote) which is similar to the Hagoromo legend.
  259. It is Hoben-horin (the teachings of Buddha for disciples and others, which was categorized by the Chinese priest Dosho).
  260. It is Hyoki kahei, whose face value is written on the coins, while Chogin (collective term of silver) and mameitagin (a kind of Edo-period coins) are Hyoryo kahei (currency valued by weight), whose currency value is determined by weight.
  261. It is I, who won a victory over you.'
  262. It is IKSPIARI in Urayasu City of Chiba Prefecture that starts to sell Fukubukuro earliest at midnight on new year's day.
  263. It is January 1 on Jiken-reki (Chinese calendar), and this sometimes differs from the old Japanese new year.
  264. It is Japan's national treasure.
  265. It is Japan's oldest Zen temple and the third of the Five Great Zen Temples of Kyoto.
  266. It is Jidaimono (Historical drama).
  267. It is Kachinta's little sister, and Karasu Tengu (a mythical mountain creature having supernatural power) who lives in Mt. Kurama.
  268. It is Kannon-do (temple for Kannon) located under Hatenashi Pass
  269. It is Kokushi genzaisha (shrines not listed in the registers but mentioned in the Six National Histories).
  270. It is Kyoto Symphony Orchestra's home music hall.
  271. It is Lao-tzu, a deity of Taoism and the incarnation of the southern polar stars.
  272. It is Makeshura in most cases where the loser of a battle is the hite.
  273. It is Mandala (or a diagram that depicts Buddhist deities according to certain geometric formats and illustrates the Buddhist world view) embroidered by Princess Tachibana no Ooiratsume with many uneme (maids-in-waiting at the court) in mourning for the Anahobe no hashihitohime, Prince Shotoku's mother and the prince.
  274. It is Masamune who shall be called as a warlord excelled in both literary and military arts.
  275. It is Masuda's word that "If you spend a day with Sensei (indicates Saigo, literally means 'teacher'), you will feel one-day amount of humanity, if you spend three days with Sensei, you will feel a tree-day amount of humanity"; this word is quoted by Ryotaro SHIBA in his book.
  276. It is Mimitsu-cho in the addressing system.
  277. It is Monju Gosonzo (the Monju quintet) composed of the 7-meter-high statue of Monju Bosatsu riding on a gigantic lion and the statues of four flanking attendants.
  278. It is Nakahira's masterpiece of light and refined films, that brought waves of applause at the time of the screening, 'Ko NAKAHIRA Retrospective, a pioneer director who designed films.'
  279. It is Natural.
  280. It is No. 29 pilgrim stamp office of the 33 Temples of Saigoku.
  281. It is Nonomiya into which Saigu enters at the beginning of August of the next year after the purification at Shosaiin.
  282. It is November 3 in the new calendar.
  283. It is Okitsugu TANUMA who devised a strategy for breaking out of this situation by levying business taxes on production and distribution of commodities as a new source of revenue and furthermore carrying out the large-scale development of a new fields and development of the Ezo (present Hokkaido).
  284. It is Sadamasa OGIGAYATSU's castle and is supposed to be located near Irasagozaka, Ebara County, Musashi Province.
  285. It is Senke school, so not called Ogasawara school.
  286. It is September 22 in the old calendar.
  287. It is Shikinai-sha (shrine listed in Engishiki (an ancient book for codes and procedures on national rites and prayers)) (Myojin Taisha (shrines that enshrine gods known as Myojin)), the supreme shrine of Tango Province, and formerly ranked as a Kokuhei-chusha (middle-sized national shrine) (presently classified as a Beppyo-jinja (special independent shrine) by the Association of Shinto Shrines).
  288. It is Shikinai-sha (shrine listed in Engishiki laws) and its old classification of shrine has been prefectural shrine (of prefectures other than Kyoto and Osaka).
  289. It is Shinto for the Imperial Court; that is, the Imperial family, centered on the Three Shrines in the Imperial Palace.
  290. It is Shinto rituals to offer the year's first rice to a god.
  291. It is Shuri Handoku (Cuuda-pantaka).
  292. It is Slash-cut pattern with mokume (wood grain) pattern.
  293. It is T-shaped and looks very much like shumoku (wooden bell hammer), with its head made of iron.
  294. It is Tenko EMA, Seison HIROSE, Shiryu MATSUMOTO (Iwao MATSUMOTO), Tessai TOMIOKA and Hoyo (Shiro) GOYAMA who were in fact known as guest teachers.
  295. It is Tsukemono from Kyoto, but due to the popularity of this dish it's sold nearly everywhere in Japan..
  296. It is Wajo who gives the precepts; after he does his self-ordination toward Binzuru-sonja in Jiki-do Hall, he reads Hassai-kai, eight precepts (murder, steal, contact with women and so on), which should be observed to all the Rengyoshu one by one, and asks "Do you observe them well or not?"
  297. It is a "matatabi" crow (kimono-clad wanderer cartoon crow), and its name comes from the "kachinko" (clapperboard).
  298. It is a 'winter dish' which is in season in winter when buri puts on fat.
  299. It is a 10th of tsubo (unit of area) and approximately 0.3306 square meters.
  300. It is a 113-meter long keyhole-shaped mound located on a terrace and its front square part slightly expands like a dovetail, but the expanded length does not exceed the diameter of its back circular part.
  301. It is a 12-minute walk from Ama-ga-tsuji Station on the Kintetsu Kashihara Line.
  302. It is a 15 minutes drive from Tenri Station.
  303. It is a 20-minute walk from Shugakuin Station of the Eizan honsen (Main line) of the Eizan Electric Railway.
  304. It is a 20cm-by-16cm paper book, and detcho-so (a kind of binding technique) was employed for binding.
  305. It is a 3-tiered, 3-story free-standing lookout-tower-type keep, located the furthest southwestern among the existing castle towers in Japan.
  306. It is a 3-tiered, 3-story free-standing multi-level tower-type keep standing approximately 14.5 meters, being the second shortest 3-tiered castle tower after that of Hirosaki-jo Castle (approximately 14.4 meters high) and was built on top of the stonewall castle, which is 66 meters tall.
  307. It is a 4-lane arterial highway that runs through Kyoto City, with the section between Kawabata-dori Street and Karasuma-dori Street belonging to National Highway Route No. 367.
  308. It is a 5-tiered, 6-story lookout-tower-type keep directly connected to a smaller keep or turret and is the only existing castle tower with a well inside.
  309. It is a Bekkaku Honzan (Extraordinary head temple) of Honzan Shugenshu sect.
  310. It is a Brahmanic ritual, described in the holy writings of Vedas, which began around 2000 BC in India and it is considered to have been adopted into Buddhism during the process of Mahayana Buddhism's coming into existence approximately 500 years after the death of Shakyamuni.
  311. It is a Buddhism monk who is said to have existed in Mingzhou at the end of Tang Dynasty.
  312. It is a Buddhist term.
  313. It is a Chisen Kaiyu style garden (best viewed from the walking path around a central pond) from the Azuchi-Momoyama period which is often held up as an example of Enshu KOBORI's finest work.
  314. It is a Christian institution that is run based on the principles of Protestantism (Congregationalism).
  315. It is a French word, and refers to 'tailored clothes for special orders.'
  316. It is a Funnu-zo (the statue of Terrible Countenance) which has six arms and around which snakes are wrapped, and it was made in the time when Akishino-dera Temple belonged to the Shingon sect of esoteric Buddhism.
  317. It is a German Neo-Gothic style building, and people in Doshisha University consider that 'the impressive steeple is a symbol of Doshisha University.'
  318. It is a German neo-gothic style building, and people relating Doshisha University think that 'its impressive spire is something like a symbol of Doshisha University.'
  319. It is a Hira-mai Dance (a slow-paced dance) utilizing Koma-sojo (one of Japanese chromatic scale based on A minor).
  320. It is a Japan-US joint project work created by Stan LEE, the grand master of the American comic-book world in collaboration with a Japanese comic writer, Hiroyuki TAKEI.
  321. It is a Japanese movie made in 1953.
  322. It is a Japanese product.
  323. It is a Japanese-English word derived from the English word 'apartment.'
  324. It is a Ju-kyo cultural area where Ju-kyo culture penetrated deeply, and the remnants remain deep today.
  325. It is a Kamakura period Seiryo-ji style Amida Nyorai statue.
  326. It is a Kamakura period building but the exact date of its construction is unknown.
  327. It is a Kamakura-period transcription.
  328. It is a Kannon-zo (statue of the Kannon) that raises its knee and offers a lotus pedestal (to receive restless spirits) in its hands, and it's believed that it wasn't a single statue but made as a kyoji (attendant figure) of Amida Sanzon-zo (the image [figure, statue] of the Amida Triad).
  329. It is a Kikigaki (account of what one hears) of what Zenpo talked about art over 13 years from 1512.
  330. It is a Kokushigenzai-sha Shrine as the description that Hira god was given a divine rank of Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) is seen under the heading of January 18, 865 (old calender) of "Nihon sandai jitsuroku" (history book written in the Heian period), but it is not listed in Engishiki Jinmyocho (a list of shrines).
  331. It is a Kyoto's popular traditional event that lights up the night sky of Kyoto.
  332. It is a Momoyama period architectural piece featuring lavish carvings and paintwork.
  333. It is a Muromachi period style but said to have been donated by Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa
  334. It is a Myojin Taisha (the highest-ranked shrines defined by the ancient Engishiki law) enshrining Haraedo no okami.
  335. It is a Myojin Taisha Shrine listed in Engishiki (one of the earliest extant written records of imperial court etiquette compiled in the Engi era) laws.
  336. It is a Myojin-taisha Shrine listed in Engishiki (an ancient book for codes and procedures on national rites and prayers).
  337. It is a National Treasure.
  338. It is a Nehan-zu (Nirvana painting) filled with merciful love and hopes, and it is so great that it is referred to as the painting that represents the Heian Buddhist paintings.
  339. It is a New England Georgia style building and its characteristic is bilaterally symmetric appearance.
  340. It is a Noh play for summer which deals with a love romance between a prostitute of Murotsu of Harima Province and a man who lives in Shimogyo district of Kyoto, and also has a highlight scene of insanity, introducing a historical event at Shimogamo-jinja Shrine.
  341. It is a Noh stage located on the north side of the park.
  342. It is a Noh work that expresses the engi (history) of Kamomioya-jinja Shrine elegantly and valiantly.
  343. It is a Nyorai of exoteric Buddhism and the Japanese Shingon Sect (Shingon Esoteric Buddhism) basically does not emphasize it.
  344. It is a Preservation District for Groups of Historic Buildings.
  345. It is a Reikon (Departed soul.)
  346. It is a Ryoge no kan, a post that was not originally specified in the Ritsuryo system, and was effectively the highest post among court nobles.
  347. It is a Shikinai-sha (a shrine listed in Engishiki laws) where Sangi (councilor) TACHIBANA no Naramaro is said to have made a request to transfer the deity in 789.
  348. It is a Shikinai-sha (shrine listed in Engishiki laws) and a prefectural shrine in the old shrine ranking.
  349. It is a Shikinai-sha (shrine listed in Engishiki laws) and is a Sonsha (village shrine) in the old shrine ranking.
  350. It is a Shikinai-sha (shrine listed in Engishiki laws) and was classified as a gosha (regional shrine) under the old shrine ranking system.
  351. It is a Shikinai-sha (shrine listed in Engishiki laws) listed in Jinmyocho (the list of deities) of Engishiki (codes and procedures on national rites and prayers).
  352. It is a Shikinai-sha (shrine listed in Engishiki laws).
  353. It is a Shikinai-sha (shrine listed in the Engishiki laws) and its old shrine ranking is kensha (prefectural shrine [of prefectures other than Kyoto and Osaka]).
  354. It is a Shikinai-sha (shrine listed in the Engishiki laws) and was classified as a prefectural shrine (of prefectures other than Kyoto and Osaka) under the old shrine classification system.
  355. It is a Shikinai-sha Myojin-taisha (shrine listed in Engishiki law).
  356. It is a Shikinai-sha listed on Engishiki jimmyocho (a shrine listed on the register of shrines in Japan).
  357. It is a Shikinaisha (one of the shrines listed in the Register of Deities) and Myojin Taisha (a shrine dedicated to a famed deity), which was ranked as a Gosha (Rural District Shrine) in the Meiji Period.
  358. It is a Shikinaisha Myojin Taisha (shrine listed in Engishiki laws).
  359. It is a Shikinaisha ronja (a Shinto shrine considered to be a descendant of shrines listed in Engishiki laws).
  360. It is a Shikinaisha ronja.
  361. It is a Shinto ritual to tell a fortune about a good or bad harvest for the year, and Shinto priests of judge the fortune by the results of a target shot by azusayumi (a bow made of Japanese cherry birch).
  362. It is a Shinto shrine located in Kasuga City, Fukuoka Prefecture.
  363. It is a Shiranami-mono (stage works with thieves and lowlifes) in which three robbers (Ojo Kichisa, Osho Kichisa and Obo Kichisa) kill each other by punitive justice regarding the one hundred ryo (currency unit) of money and a short sword 'Koshinmaru.'
  364. It is a Sohonzan (grand head temple) of the Seizan-Fukakusa school of the Pure Land Sect.
  365. It is a TV drama which was broadcast on TV Asahi Corporation Network, 'Saturday Waido Theater' in 1980.
  366. It is a Tenno-ryo (Emperor's mausoleum), which was identified and determined as the Shared Mausoleum of Emperor Tenmu and Empress Jito (meaning that it was determined as an imperial mausoleum).
  367. It is a Tsugaimai Dance (a performance consisting of two pieces of dance) that involves 'Somakusha.'
  368. It is a Tsugaimai Dance (a performance consisting of two pieces of dance) that involves either 'Manjuraku' or 'Bairo.'
  369. It is a Tsukumo-gami (gods to a variety of things) that have come to life when an prominent mask became old, and there is a theory that it pleads the owner to handle with care.
  370. It is a Zen meditation hall.
  371. It is a absolute fact that Sumitada OMURA, a domain lord in Kyushu, forced the domain people convert to the Christianity and destroyed temples and shrines.
  372. It is a baked manju which is shaped like a chick.
  373. It is a bamboo tube supported at the center and has an open end to receive poured water.
  374. It is a bamboo yokobue that is used in gagaku.
  375. It is a banana-shaped sweet with banana paste in it, which is embossed with an English word, "BANANA".
  376. It is a basic historical document which gives an understanding of the Court Council and political situation in Kyoto in the early Kamakura Period.
  377. It is a basic national policy of the Meiji government in Japan.
  378. It is a basin surrounded by mountains including Mt. Nyoigadake, Mt. Otowa, Mt. Daigo, and Mt. Higashi.
  379. It is a basket to put a set of utensils used in Senchado in.
  380. It is a basket woven of bamboo or wisteria vine and many of Teiran baskets are rectangular while some have round shapes.
  381. It is a beach of white sand where the sea is shallow, approximately 1.5 km in length located on the west side of Oura Peninsula.
  382. It is a beach of white sand where the sea is shallow, located on the west side of Oura Peninsula, and its very gentle waves make it relatively easy to swim.
  383. It is a beach with the length of 400 meters approx. and selected as one of 88 best swimming areas in Japan.
  384. It is a beautiful song with touch of Chinese style remaining.
  385. It is a belt-like thing which ties a yugake at the wrist part.
  386. It is a big-scale keyhole-shaped mound with the total length of 200m, which was constructed in the latter half of the 5th century.
  387. It is a biography of individual figures (most of them were bureaucrats who served the countries) or a record of folks of other ethnic groups living in surrounding areas.
  388. It is a bite-sized and golden-colored steamed manju.
  389. It is a biwa which has transformed into a biwa-playing minstrel, and a kind of Tsukumo-gami (gods to a variety of things).
  390. It is a black-lacquered platform with kinmakie (gold lacquer) and raden, and its kamachi (a frame) with a short support is covered in a thin gilt bronze plate.
  391. It is a book in which a historical figure has been imbued with the people's desires.
  392. It is a boulevard running through the heart of Nara City, the prefectural seat of government, in the east-west direction.
  393. It is a branch of the Nomura group of Sekishu school.
  394. It is a branch school of kotsuzumi-kata of Ko school.
  395. It is a branch temple of Kofuku-ji Temple located to the south of the five-storied pagoda on the opposite side of Sanjo-dori Street.
  396. It is a brand name for Japanese tea (Uji tea) taken from Kisen's poem, "My hermitage is at the southeast of the capital, I live like this in the mountain away from the capital, and I turned myself in the mountain since I felt 'U' (hardship) at the everyday world, and that is why people call the mountain 'U'jiyama."
  397. It is a brilliant Noh piece with dramatic composition typical of Kanami.
  398. It is a broiled fish that has been sprinkled with salt.
  399. It is a bud mutation of Miyakawa-wase found by Hirofumi MORITA of Nanayama Village, Higashimatsuura District (today's Karatsu City,) Saga Prefecture, and was registered as a new variety in 1980.
  400. It is a bud mutation of Miyakawa-wase found by Yoshitsugu MIYAMOTO of Shimotsu Town, (today's Kainan City,) Wakayama Prefecture in 1967, and it was registered as a new variety in 1981.
  401. It is a bud mutation of Okitsu-wase found by Akio NODA of Nichinan City, Miyazaki Prefecture in 1978, and was registered as a new variety in 1989.
  402. It is a building in which two or more dwelling units are situated horizontally, having walls shared with those of the adjacent units.
  403. It is a bun prepared by first wrapping smooth bean paste in a dough of millet mixed with glutinous rice, and then steaming it.
  404. It is a byword for one's weak point, with Achilles tendon being the other one.
  405. It is a caf? in Bali island which serves Japanese cakes.
  406. It is a cake with bean paste filling wrapped in the dough made from flour, brown sugar, and baking powder.
  407. It is a cake with bean paste filling wrapped in the flour dough which is fermented with yeast mash (yeast cultured in rice malt).
  408. It is a calendar day adopted from Hangeshozu which is one of the 72 divisions of the solar calendar and was formerly the eleventh day after the Summer solstice, and currently is the day that the sun passes overhead at an ecliptic longitude of 100 degrees.
  409. It is a candy of apple which is coated with a melted and sticky liquid sugar or syrop.
  410. It is a candy of fruit which is coated with a melted and sticky liquid sugar or syrop.
  411. It is a candy-wrap-shaped tumulus which is unique in shape.
  412. It is a candy-wrap-shaped tumulus with a front square part on the west of its middle circular part and a back square part on the east of it.
  413. It is a carrying style like the "mountain shrine."
  414. It is a castle category based on geographical features that was classified by military scholars in the Edo period.
  415. It is a castle where Motofuji HIKITA lived and where two insurrections broke out.
  416. It is a castle-like structure built in 1650 being also known as Yatsumune or Yatsumune-zukuri (a complicated roof style with multiple ridges and bargeboards) because of its complex roofing design.
  417. It is a celebrated sword and is deeply connected to ogres.
  418. It is a central city in Nanwa region.
  419. It is a ceramic ware that mainly included celadon, dyed ceramics, Akae ware (ceramics with red paintings) from China which was originated at Mount Oji ceramic (present day Kawaramachi, Sasayama City) of the feudal domain as the ceramic of the domain in 1818 under the instructions of Kamesuke KINKODO (Kyoto ceramic) who was invited.
  420. It is a chain which is not generally known but loved better than Gyudontaro by gyudon fans.
  421. It is a chant of Buddhist scriptures and a religious music for ceremonies.
  422. It is a characteristic bedroom community for the cities of Kyoto, Nara, and Osaka.
  423. It is a characteristic of this line that the years appearing in the work are approximate to the historical facts.
  424. It is a chozubachi made of a part of the deserted stone lantern or pagoda, and its old texture evokes the feelings of 'wabi and sabi.'
  425. It is a chozubachi made of the sickle-shaped natural stone with a round or oval shaped hole; the one in the roji of Gepparo (tea pavilion) of Katsura Imperial Villa is well known.
  426. It is a city modeled on the capital of China (Changan).
  427. It is a classic of Yoshitsunemono (plays about MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune) which later expanded to joruri (dramatic narrative chanted to a shamisen accompaniment), kabuki (traditional drama performed by male actors) and so forth.
  428. It is a classification of historical periods utilized only because it is convenient.
  429. It is a cloth of length down to ankles, which is put on top of koshimaki (wafuku wraparound slip).
  430. It is a cold and wet maritime air mass.
  431. It is a collaboration work with Yanagi CHIKAMATSU, Kosuiken CHIKAMATSU and Senyoken CHIKAMATSU, a historical play.
  432. It is a collection compiled while the idea of wabi (taste for the simple and quiet) and sabi (tranquility) matured most, expressing yugen (subtle and profound beauty) kanjaku (quiet), so both hokku and renku in the collection are the best models in the whole country.
  433. It is a collection of anecdotes of hermits who pursued the path of Buddhism.
  434. It is a collection of books once possessed by Chikafusa KITABATAKE.
  435. It is a collection of books once possessed by the Icho family who was the shake (family of Shinto priests serving a shrine on a hereditary basis) of the Kamomioya-jinja Shrine in Kyoto.
  436. It is a collection of historical anecdotes, stories, essay and records of Go, with annotations and reviews added.
  437. It is a collection of important documents about the raid compiled by Yasubei, and just before the raid, he asked his dojo mate named Kotaku HOSOI, who was a Confucian scholar and his intimate friend, to compile it, so that it was retained to this day.
  438. It is a collection of poems which people cannot but listen to closely, the work of a person drawing nearer to the heart of poetry; it is the work of a passionate poet.
  439. It is a collection of poetry by Ise, who served FUJIWARA no Onshi, the second consort of Emperor Uda.
  440. It is a collection of research results concerning the lines of the manuscripts and how the texts were handed down by the time this book (particularly the book of comparison) was completed.
  441. It is a collection of similar items of Shinto.
  442. It is a colored stone statue made in the Edo period.
  443. It is a combination of crested nagagi (a full-length Japanese garment), hakama (a pleated and divided Japanese skirt for men) and crested haori (a Japanese traditional half coat).
  444. It is a combination of music and dance.
  445. It is a combined association of the old and new education systems (old department of Faculty of Crafts) (the Faculties of Textile and Crafts were unified to the Faculty of Craft Science in 2006, and thus the alumni association has a direction to be unified into Alumni Association of Kyoto Institute of Technology.)
  446. It is a comfort scene before the scene of seppuku.
  447. It is a commercial product of Wakayama Prefectural Federation of Agricultural Co-Operatives and is sold at Agricultural Cooperative shops and so on.
  448. It is a common cuisine in the Toyo area, such as Imabari City, and in Matsuyama, Hojo, and so on in Chuyo area.
  449. It is a common dish at restaurants where an entire meal is served on a single plate.
  450. It is a common misconception that Zanpatsu Datto Rei by all mean ordered the forcible hair cutting by forbidding topknots, but rather, it conveyed a freedom of hairstyle.
  451. It is a common practice that the performer's name of the protagonist (shite) is written on the right of and a bit below the program name, while the performer's name of the Nohwaki is written directly below the program name.
  452. It is a common practice to place a bamboo with tanzaku hanging down on July 6 and at seaside regions, to float it on the sea at dawn on July 7.
  453. It is a common view that the Jowa Incident was the first incident to expulse other clans from the Imperial Court plotted by the Fujiwara clan.
  454. It is a commonly accepted view in novels that Nukata no Okimi was a woman of unmatched beauty.
  455. It is a commonly held misconception in Japan, and taken for granted in some religious bodies of the Hokke Sect line, that shakubuku is forcible missionary work for converting people.
  456. It is a commonly-held story that his mother had attempted to poison Masamune before he left to join the troops of Hideyoshi, and Masamune put his younger brother to the sword instead of executing his mother for punishment.
  457. It is a company that Shozo MAKINO, the 'Father of Japanese film,' established after he sought independence from Nikkatsu.
  458. It is a comparative study of cultures that focuses on climate and natural features in a monsoon, a desert, and a stock farm.
  459. It is a comparison with the Jews, and stated that the Japanese think that safety and water are free.
  460. It is a compilation of Ushin renga (elegant, subtle and profound works) created by about 250 poets including Shinkei, Sozei, Emperor Gotsuchimikado, Senjun, and Masahiro OUCHI.
  461. It is a composition of 'Shin kokin-gumi' (New Ancient and Modern Suite) along with "Hatsusegawa," Yamazakura" and "Shin Setsugetsuka."
  462. It is a comprehensive park with a walking trail of about 1.3 km around the pond, and various facilities in the neighborhood.
  463. It is a comprehensive theatrical art where several repertoires are combined under the specific theme and the renditions such as narration, background music and stage lighting are also elaborated.
  464. It is a concert hall in commemoration of Empress Kojun's Kanreki (one's 60th birthday).
  465. It is a concrete gravity dam of 70.4 m in height.
  466. It is a confection of banana coated with chocolate.
  467. It is a consultative body mainly with Korean prominent figures.
  468. It is a container for storing water, which is used for adding more water to chagama (iron pot used in the tea ceremony) and rinsing tea bowls and chasen (tea whisk) with water, when making tea in the tea ceremony.
  469. It is a convenient utensil that amount of tea leaves can be checked with eye from above described shape.
  470. It is a cooked mixture of shrimp-shaped potato with dried cod.
  471. It is a copy produced in Edo period, and said to be a reproductive art of the original which Eitoku KANO painted.
  472. It is a corporate museum on the history of Gunze Limited.
  473. It is a cotton-like candy made by heating coarse sugar at high temperature.
  474. It is a counterpart of Uji-jinja Shrine.
  475. It is a country that should be ruled by women,' giving as examples Masako, Himiko and other empresses from the past.
  476. It is a craftsman that repairs the casting pots, rice cookers and so on.
  477. It is a custom for Imperial Family, who are demoted from nobility to subject, to establish a new prince's house, but there was another option of being adopted by the family who are common subjects.
  478. It is a custom in Kinki and Hokuriku regions (especially in Kyoto City and Kanazawa City) to eat Ankoromochi on the first day of "Doyo of summer" (midsummer), and Ankoromochi is also called Doyomochi.
  479. It is a custom of nobility in Heian period.
  480. It is a custom to eat okonomiyaki as a side dish with cooked rice in the Kansai region.
  481. It is a custom which has firmly taken root especially in parts of Kyushu and Chugoku regions centering around Fukuoka Prefecture.
  482. It is a daifuku version of the race for the bun, in which runners need to eat Daifuku.
  483. It is a dance called 'o-matsuri' (festival).
  484. It is a dance performed by a team of four dancers and belongs to the Uho (a style of Japanese court dance and music, or the Komagaku music).
  485. It is a dance performed by a team of six dancers and belongs to the Uho (a style of Japanese court dance and music, or the Komagaku music).
  486. It is a dance which shows shooting Yumiya.
  487. It is a dankan (fragmentary leaves of a book) which carry the copies of a hundred twenty poets written in gyosho (handwriting), which were created by Rikyo, a poet in the Tang Dynasty.
  488. It is a day to celebrate the birthday of the present Emperor.
  489. It is a deciduous perennial plant of the Araceae family, whose scientific name is Amorphophallus konjac.
  490. It is a decoration with rice flour dumpling shaped like a silkworm's cocoon on a tree branch.
  491. It is a deep-plan three and three-quarter tatami mat size teahouse with a shingled gable roof at its eastern side, alongside which runs a narrow aisle-like area.
  492. It is a deity of Mikkyo evolved from Maha kala.
  493. It is a deity of the Shinto religion that was created by combining Daikokuten of Mikkyo and Okuninushi no mikoto, so called syncretism of Buddhism and Shinto, and known as one of Shichifukujin (Seven Deities of Good Luck).
  494. It is a deity of the sea, and also believed to be the ancestor of the Azumi clan.
  495. It is a deity originating from folk beliefs that it guards people from enemies and plagues.
  496. It is a deity transformed from a big snake (sometimes also called a python).
  497. It is a deity transformed from a kind of fierce bird such as an eagle.
  498. It is a deity transformed from a snake and is considered to live in water and bring forth clouds and rain.
  499. It is a delightful and colorful shosagoto (dance in kabuki) which is performed in place of "Uramon-gaten."
  500. It is a derivation of the hairstyle called "yokohyogo."
  501. It is a design made of hanakaku (a flower design) placed in the center of shippo (a geometrical design with circles intersecting a circular frame), and it is identical to "shippo ni hanakaku" (shippo with hanakaku) crest.
  502. It is a design of fabric woven in a grid pattern with yarns of two colors like purple and brown or light yellow.
  503. It is a designated Important Cultural Property.
  504. It is a designated National Treasure in Japan.
  505. It is a designated cultural property of Takashima City.
  506. It is a diary flashing back her entire life that contained the journey from the Kanto region to Kyoto, the encounter with "Genji Monogatari," and the period from her marriage to her afterlife.
  507. It is a diary which had been written for 140 years by successive priests of the Tamonin sub-temple of Kofuku-ji Temple.
  508. It is a different incident from the battle of the succession to the house which Takakiyo KYOGOKU started later.
  509. It is a different work from the 'Sanetomo' mentioned above.
  510. It is a difficult technique to rub really lightly as a practical matter.
  511. It is a dish in Niigata City.
  512. It is a dish in which burdock root, boiled beforehand, is wrapped with thinly sliced meat such as beef and pork, broiled in a frying pan, dressed with seasonings like soy sauce, sugar, and so on.
  513. It is a dish made by boiling and seasoning daikon (Japanese radish), chikuwa (fish sausage), konjac, boiled eggs, and so on in soup stock flavored with soy sauce and other seasonings.
  514. It is a dish made by coating ingredients such as filet of cutlassfish or mackerel, beef, chicken, koyadofu (freeze-dried bean curd) with sesame seeds and deep-frying them crisp enough.
  515. It is a dish made by first cutting katsuo into fushi (ship-shaped form), and after roasting the surface only, it is cooled down and cut into pieces followed by the addition of condiments and sauce (made with soy sauce, sake, and other seasonings).
  516. It is a dish of Hangzhou City, Zhejiang Province; stir-frying shelled river shrimps and new leaves of Long Jing tea
  517. It is a dish of buckwheat noodles served with toppings including nameko mushrooms and grated daikon radish.
  518. It is a dish using vegetables and potherbs minced together and dressed with soy sauce.
  519. It is a dish which came from Japan and it has already become common in the country.
  520. It is a dish which displays the marked differences in culture between the Kansai and Kanto regions
  521. It is a dish which has developed into Kansai-style and Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki (savory pancake with various ingredients).
  522. It is a distance of about 1 km the station to the Kokusaikaikan Station on the Karasuma Line of the Kyoto Municipal Subway, and it's accessible on foot; thus there is a guide 'To Subway Kokusai-kaikan Station' at the exit.
  523. It is a divine rite carried out based on an extermination legend of a large snake which lived in the village from ancient time.
  524. It is a dominant view that Moromoto NIJO was not her real father but adopted her when she became the nyogo of Emperor Gomurakami.
  525. It is a drama which represents "Katsurekimono," realistic historical dramas that were actively produced at that time.
  526. It is a drawing technique to express, from the beginning, the shape and color on the canvas without drawing contours.
  527. It is a dress-up doll with head, arms and legs made of a type of wood composition called toso (from the paulownia tree), and trunk made with cloth stuffed with sawdust, and they were sold without costumes as the customer made their own kimono or costumes for the dolls.
  528. It is a dried chestnut whose husk and astringent skin have been removed by pounding.
  529. It is a drug-like smell generated by incorrectly adding alcohol.
  530. It is a dumpling basted mainly with soy sauce.
  531. It is a dyeing technique of drawing a colorful pattern with multiple colors such as yellow, red, and green using a single pattern paper by an advanced technique of dyeing with patterns, and it became so popular in the mainland that it was used to make pouches and the like.
  532. It is a facility constructed for Emperor Showa to conduct his biological research.
  533. It is a facility which was constructed in 1914 by the order of Empress Teimei and since then, the successive Empresses have reared silkworms.
  534. It is a fact that many Minamoto clan members, such as Nobuyoshi TAKEDA of the Kai-Genji (Minamoto clan) and MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka of the Kiso clan, raised forces in response to the anti-Taira clan call.
  535. It is a fact that reminds us of the personality of young Kunimatsu and Tanaka.
  536. It is a family temple for the graveyard for 352 feudal retainers of the Aizu clan.
  537. It is a family that Manzaburo, who was the second Minoru UMEWAKA's senior brother, resuscitated.
  538. It is a famous anecdote that he took with him the cremains of his friend, the Priest Ryoju, to Ama-no-Hashidate in this trip, and dispersed it in the Sea of Japan.
  539. It is a famous legend that Oyuri no Kata, a maidservant who attended the bathroom of the ladies chambers at Wakayama-jo Castle attracted Mitsusada TOKUGAWA's attention and had an affair with him in this bathroom.
  540. It is a famous plum grove which dates back many years, and also one of the first to be designated a place of scenic beauty by the Japanese government.
  541. It is a famous product in Nagoya City, Odawara City, Yamaguchi City, Ise City, Gifu Prefecture, Kyoto City, Tokushima Prefecture, Nakatsu City, Nagata Ward of Kobe City, Miyazaki City and elsewhere.
  542. It is a famous story that Hideyoshi attacked Odawara-jo Castle surrounding it with two hundred thousand samurai and succeeded in defeating the Hojo clan (this battle is called "the Siege of Odawara"), without running out of provisions owing to the Taiko-kenchi.
  543. It is a famous story that is told in collections of poems and stories from around the time of the tale, including "Sanka Shu" (Saigyo's representative collection of poems called "Poems of a Mountain Home" in English), "Saigyo monogatari" (A Story of Saigyo) and even 'Shiramine' ("Tales of Moonlight and Rain") by Akinari UEDA.
  544. It is a fashionable street comparable to Kitayama-dori Street, lined with restaurants, boutiques, antique shops, and ethnic foods restaurants.
  545. It is a feature of Buddhist statues of the age of restoration of Saidai-ji Temple in Kamakura that many nonyuhin were contained in the statue.
  546. It is a feature of these buses that, when the fare display in the bus is going to be changed (the fares are going to be raised), the announcement, 'The fares are going to be changed,' is made following the announcement of the name of the next stop.
  547. It is a ferro-concrete structure, but it is in the style of temple architecture modeled after the former Jiki-do Hall.
  548. It is a festival celebrated on March 3.
  549. It is a festival held at Amabiki-jinja Shrine based upon a tradition about slaying a serpent.
  550. It is a festival of giving thanks to god for the productiveness of grain and grain of the field having been protected from storm and flood damage.
  551. It is a festival that has been held in Narumi on the Tokaido Road (present Midori-ku Ward of Nagoya City).
  552. It is a fictitious castle in "Hakkenden."
  553. It is a fictitious shoen (manor in medieval Japan) in "Hakkenden," which was autonomously controlled by those who had joined the Yuki War and the remnants of the Toshima family including Zanzo HIGAKI, and the eight Dog Warriors set their base there when they challenged Sadamasa OGIGAYATSU, Kanrei.
  554. It is a fifteen-minute walk from Yodo Station on the Keihan Main Line.
  555. It is a figure meditating with the right foot on the left knee and the right hand softly on the cheek, being seated on a chair.
  556. It is a figure of hanhaba obi when it is used in a public place as a substitute for kaku obi (men's stiff sash).
  557. It is a film that replaces "Macbeth," a William Shakespeare's play into the Sengoku period (period of warring states) in Japan.
  558. It is a financial product that invests into companies with small market capitalization or companies that have had their stock listings only for a short time.
  559. It is a fish species subject to class 1 common fishery right.
  560. It is a fish that has been strongly associated with Japanese food culture since the olden days.
  561. It is a five-minute walk from the Kawaramachi Imadegawa bus stop of Kyoto City Bus.
  562. It is a flake stone tool made from a fragment (flake) obtained by striking off from a core stone.
  563. It is a float with decorative carvings all around it and a unique form of gabled roof that is split into a small one and a large one.
  564. It is a floor full of nature and overflowing with emotion.
  565. It is a foaming yeast.
  566. It is a form of Dainenbutsu Kyogen.
  567. It is a form of ukedokoro (land lease contract system).
  568. It is a formal etiquette to put on hakama so that the obi is not visible.
  569. It is a foundation engaged in the provision of a bus and temporary personnel services and the management and operation of a park in Keihoku-cho, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  570. It is a four-lane street throughout, except for the section north of Kitaoji-dori Street.
  571. It is a four-minute walk from Momoyamagoryo-mae Station on the Kintetsu Kyoto Line.
  572. It is a four-person dance that belongs to Saho style (left side, a style of Japanese court music) (Togaku, music from Tang [China]).
  573. It is a four-year university, having been founded in 1968 at its present address as the foundation of Kyoto Seika Junior College.
  574. It is a fragment of several lines starting with 'Fuyugomoru' (Immersed winter).
  575. It is a fragrance derived from esters, especially ethyl caproate and isoamyl acetate, generated by sake yeast in the process of low-temperature fermentation like ginjo brewing. (Refer to "Moromi.")
  576. It is a fragrance of wood used for a cask such as Japanese cedar that contains the sake.
  577. It is a free reed musical instrument.
  578. It is a free-standing, multi-level, tower-type keep consisting of 3 tiers and 3 stories which, among the existing castle towers, is situated furthest northeastern.
  579. It is a freshly made rice cake covered with azuki bean paste.
  580. It is a friendly street performance and shapes mainly animals or birds and as a finished example, after shaping, the crest of a chicken is painted with food red.
  581. It is a front stone placed forward of the chozubachi.
  582. It is a fundamental historical material to study the ages from the late Kamakura period to the early Northern and Southern Court period.
  583. It is a fundamental historical resource for understanding the political history of the first half of the 10th century and contains many descriptions relating to imperial court etiquette and government affairs.
  584. It is a fundamental rule to use traditional kana orthography (old kana orthography) when composing tanka in the classical literary language.
  585. It is a fundamental type of origami, which many people seem to like.
  586. It is a funeral ceremony that helps the bereaved to react, regard and manage someone's death.
  587. It is a game in which one cuts out, with a toothpick or needle, a picture on a colored sheet made from materials such as flour.
  588. It is a game in which one fishes water balloons with colorful designs with a hook.
  589. It is a game in which one hits balls so as to guide them into holes on a pachinko (Japanese pinball) board placed horizontally.
  590. It is a game in which one shoots a cork bullet from a toy gun and receives as a prize the item that the bullet has knocked over.
  591. It is a game in which players compete for the number of times he/she can kick a kemari shuttlecock made of deer skin to a certain height.
  592. It is a gassho-shiki type (a type with the shape of putting the palms of hands together) stone chamber, and no dead body was placed there, with only arms being buried.
  593. It is a general term for Beicho KATSURA (the third), Harudanji KATSURA (the third), Shokaku SHOFUKUTEI (the sixth) and Bunshi KATSURA (the fifth), who made efforts in restoring Kamigata rakugo at the time when it almost disappeared.
  594. It is a general term for Danshi TATEKAWA, Enraku SANYUTEI (the fifth) (retired), Shincho KOKONTEI and Ryucho SHUNPUTEI (the fifth), rakugoka in Tokyo who were young at the time, and emerged with the entertainment boom arisen mainly from TV in the 1960s.
  595. It is a general term for Seigaku, Kogigaku (study of ancient principles) and Kobunjigaku (study of ancient rhetoric school).
  596. It is a general term for the kamaboko made in Toyama Prefecture.
  597. It is a general term of the niju yagura of jubako structure; it refers to the structure whose first floor and second floor are nearly the same size.
  598. It is a generally-accepted theory that these are identical.
  599. It is a generic name given to pottery made in Kyoto, such as Awataguchi-yaki (Awataguchi pottery) and Omuro-yaki (Omuro pottery).
  600. It is a genus of annual herb about one meter high.
  601. It is a gigantic tumulus with the total length of 200 m.
  602. It is a god of mines and a god who collects gold bullion, and is considered a god guarding craftsmanship regarding metal.
  603. It is a god who appeared during the creation of heaven and earth (Japanese mythology).
  604. It is a good guess that Doshin such as Sanmawari corresponded to current policemen with the rank of constable.
  605. It is a good omen if your Hatsuyume (the first dream in the New Year) is a dream about those objects.
  606. It is a gorgeous lacquered ihai decorated with gold leaf, chinkin (engraved design with gold leaf or powdered gold filled in grooves), or makie (design created by sprinkling gold or silver powder on the picture drawn with lacquer).
  607. It is a great work in the life of Hanji CHIKAMATSU, and it is legend that its success revived Takemoto-za Theater that almost went bankrupt.
  608. It is a ground station having only a one-side, one-track platform.
  609. It is a group of Heki school, but adopts Shomen-uchiokoshi (shooting with forward facing posture).
  610. It is a group of thirty-three Kannon-zo (statues of Kannon) located along the sections of mountain; it starts at Yagio, Hongu-cho (the 1st), stops by Hatenashi Pass (the 17th) and by Hatenashi Village (the 30th), and ends at Ichiizako (the 33rd).
  611. It is a hachiryokyo (eight-lobed bronze mirror) and designated as a national treasure; the standing statue of Senju Kannon with kenzoku (one's family and relations) are carved with tagane (chisel) on the mirror side, and on the back side of the mirror, Hosoge-mon (flower motif) is carved in the center as well as butterflies and birds in four directions.
  612. It is a haiku (Japanese 17-syllable poem) seasonal word for summer.
  613. It is a haiku seasonal word for autumn.
  614. It is a haiku seasonal word for spring.
  615. It is a haiku seasonal word for summer.
  616. It is a haiku seasonal word for winter.
  617. It is a hairstyle in which the forehead is not shaved and the bangs are slicked backward, and the hair is tied together in the back or a topknot is made.
  618. It is a hakama mainly putting on with juni-hitoe (12-layered ceremonial kimono) and is a kind of umanori hakama.
  619. It is a half-poem that is sung by one of the two people, and it is the shortest poem.
  620. It is a hand mirror-type keyhole-shaped tumulus utilizing a natural hill and covered by bush, which looks like a mere hill.
  621. It is a happy accident of Japanese cultural history that the Kami Reizei family which holds Gobunko remained in Kyoto in Kansai, keeping these great treasures safe from the Great Kanto Earthquake and the bombing of Tokyo.
  622. It is a happy medium of the tamagotoji and the sauce katsudon sauce.
  623. It is a happy occasion that I was able to mobilize the army to soften the anger of In (retired emperor) (Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa) and to carry out a vengeance for my late father (MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo) by defeating the Taira clan and meeting with you.'
  624. It is a happy-ending story: A man and a woman who fell in love with each other but broke up meet again at the Nagoshi no harai (Annual Shinto ritual of purification) of Kamomioya-jinja Shrine.
  625. It is a head temple of the Enjo Sect.
  626. It is a hidden Buddhist statue which is exhibited only on June 6.
  627. It is a hierarchy of Daibirushanabutsu-Jimpenkaji-kyo Sutra (Dainichi-kyo Sutra) and is the master of Garbha-mandala (the central Eight-Petal Court, or Chuudaiihachiyouin), as described by the Dainichi-kyo sutra.
  628. It is a high caproic-acid-ethyl-producing yeast that yields a high ginjo aroma.
  629. It is a high isoamyl-acetate-producing yeast.
  630. It is a high-grade article grown in Hiroshima Prefecture.
  631. It is a highly valued object of art as well as being the only existing example of the painting style of paper fans which were much cherished at the time.
  632. It is a highly-skilled technique requiring quick brush strokes because running of colors is inevitable as the resisting process is not performed.
  633. It is a highway in Iwakura, Sakyo Ward area.
  634. It is a hip-and-gable roof structure.
  635. It is a hip-length uchigi with unsewen sides (except for girls' Akome,)
  636. It is a hira-jiro (a castle built on level ground) that faced Lake Biwa and was built by Mitsuhide AKECHI.
  637. It is a hiramai dance (a dance of non-military officers) with Ichikotsucho (a Japanese chromatic scale) tone.
  638. It is a hisashimon (gate with a canopy) located in the north gallery of Enei-do Hall.
  639. It is a historic site designated by Nara Prefecture.
  640. It is a historic spot also called Hanazuka located 100 m down the street from Hokoku-jinja Shrine in Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto City.
  641. It is a historical drama.
  642. It is a historical fact among the locals who really know.
  643. It is a historical fact that Tama was confined in the mountains of Midono (Yasaka-cho, Kyotango City, Kyoto Prefecture), Tango Province after September, 1582.
  644. It is a historical site enshrining 'Chiyodoji,' a son of Muneto ABE.
  645. It is a historical site still visited by many domestic and foreign pilgrims and tourists, and there is a tea room to demonstrate the tea ceremony (fees required) in the old Omuro Imperial Palace.
  646. It is a historical source of the highest value.
  647. It is a hitorigami (god without gender) who is described as having gone into hiding immediately, with no comment on the circumstances, and does not appear in Japanese mythology thereafter.
  648. It is a holy place in the world of Hakkenden, described as the highest mountain in Awa.
  649. It is a home of a family system.
  650. It is a house built by sukiya carpenters (refer to Daiku (carpenters)) using a specific method of timber-framework.
  651. It is a hub station in the Nishi-Maizuru urban area.
  652. It is a huge 5.2-meter-high statue and is supposed to have been completed around 1229 based on inscriptions found on goods stored inside the statue.
  653. It is a huge seated statue with a height of 3.36 meters.
  654. It is a human being ! I have killed a human being instead of an inoshishi.
  655. It is a humorous description of a happening in which the servants Tarokaja and Jirokaja caught their master in a lie and silenced him using his own logic.
  656. It is a jargon referring to the bowl with more sauce of ingredients than usual.
  657. It is a jelly made from buckwheat starch extracted from buckwheat flour covered with water.
  658. It is a joy to see an elephant in the Imperial Palace like this, which is considered as a beast.'
  659. It is a joyous program which prays and celebrates universal peace and everlasting state.
  660. It is a juban shorter than nagajuban in length.
  661. It is a kamishimo with different fabrics for kataginu and hakama.
  662. It is a kettle used for tea ceremonies and is owned by a ringleader in the Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States), Hisahide MATSUNAGA.
  663. It is a keyhole-shaped mound built in the early Kofun (Tumulus) period.
  664. It is a keyhole-shaped mound.
  665. It is a keyhole-shaped tumulus built during the beginning of the Kofun period.
  666. It is a kimono of which the upper-body (kamishimo) and the lower-body (hakama) together are a set made of the same fabric, thus this is how the kanji character name originated.
  667. It is a kind of Buddha statue in relief rare in Japan, and it was originally colored, but the color has peeled off.
  668. It is a kind of Tsukumo-gami (gods to a variety of things), specifically the one transformed from abumi (stirrups.)
  669. It is a kind of a charm for preventing fires.
  670. It is a kind of castle with a moat, and thus sometimes called Juraku-jo Castle.
  671. It is a kind of chirashizushi made by mixing finely chopped ingredients such as seafood and vegetables with rice.
  672. It is a kind of composite bow and has no clear distinction with Tankyu in the East regarding classification, and it is simply called a bow in the Chinese civilization.
  673. It is a kind of costumes of the Heian period.
  674. It is a kind of dish eaten mostly in the production area of katsuobushi.
  675. It is a kind of gate called shoro-mon (a belfry gate) because a bell used to hang from the top of the upper story, and it is the oldest bell gate in Japan.
  676. It is a kind of hakama skirt tailored very wide using eight pieces of plain silk or twilled silk cloths.
  677. It is a kind of kataboshi yugake and chikuringake shooting glove and so on are fushinuki.
  678. It is a kind of mokko fundoshi with a T-shaped back.
  679. It is a kind of mukaebi (welcoming fire) which is lit to welcome ancestors' souls returning from the other world for the Obon festival (another word for Urabon Festival).
  680. It is a kind of natto shiokara natto (tera natto).
  681. It is a kind of outerwear with banryo/marueri (round collar).
  682. It is a kind of portamento that gradually moves to a closer interval.
  683. It is a kind of rainy season.
  684. It is a kind of stone tools with replacement blades that were found in inserted-blade and pointed tools.
  685. It is a kind of takikomi-gohan (rice cooked with various ingredients) and is characteristically, like a casserole, served as a pot on the dining table instead of as a bowl with rice from the pot.
  686. It is a kind of the tsukumogami (specters transmuted from objects).
  687. It is a kind of the tsukumogami (specters transmuted from utensils).
  688. It is a kind of the tsukumogami and portrayed as a female figure who has bells on the head.
  689. It is a kind of the tsukumogami.
  690. It is a kind of traditional Japanese coat worn on top of long clothes.
  691. It is a knoll-like round tumulus.
  692. It is a knot devised in the Meiji period.
  693. It is a kuruwa created by surrounding the castle town with a large moat, earthworks, or stone walls.
  694. It is a kuruwa including the water supply of the castle.
  695. It is a kuruwa located in the honmaru and includes a tenshu (tower-like structure).
  696. It is a land which is the origin of Miyago (reigning name) of Akishinonomiya, a member of present imperial family.
  697. It is a large carnivorous fish living off the coast, and is treated as a luxury foodstuff.
  698. It is a large keyhole-shaped mound constructed in the early Kofun period (tumulus period).
  699. It is a large keyhole-shaped mound with the largest horizontal stone chamber in Kyoto Prefecture.
  700. It is a large keyhole-shaped tomb mound with two horizontal stone chambers.
  701. It is a large keyhole-shaped tumulus built in early fifth century, next (second in size) to the Daisenryo Tumulus (Mausoleum of Emperor Nintoku),
  702. It is a large room with the capacity for up to 120 people.
  703. It is a large room with the capacity for up to approximately 70 people.
  704. It is a large scale gravity arch dam of 67.0 meters in height, with Nanairo Dam (Kitayama-gawa River) being the only other of the same type in Kinki region.
  705. It is a large scale hall measuring 25.5 meters in height with a frontage of 41.4 meters and it is said to be the largest wooden structure of the Showa era.
  706. It is a large sho whose tone is an octave lower than that of the sho and was once used in gagaku, but it became obsolete in the middle of Heian period.
  707. It is a large statue at 281.8 cm tall.
  708. It is a large temple complex with a central monastery that includes structures such as the recently rebuilt Sammon gate, Butsuden (Buddha hall), Hatto (lecture hall), which is surrounded by numerous sub-temples.
  709. It is a large type of So with 30 strings and its size is around 235cm in length and around 55cm in maximum width, and it belongs to an incomplete zither with mobile frets.
  710. It is a large work, measuring 189 cm x 90 cm, and is a very powerful painting that never fails to impress viewers.
  711. It is a large-scale, keyhole-shaped tumulus from after the mid-third century.
  712. It is a large-size lobster and inhabits a shallow sea in the tropical area, and it is recognized as one of the luxury food stuffs in Japan.
  713. It is a large-size nishiki-e.
  714. It is a leading Goshin Noh (Nogaku play dedicated to before the gods) along with Tokasai (a festival of offering peach blossoms to the enshrined deity) Goshin Noh of Itsukushima-jinja Shrine.
  715. It is a leading gesaku (literary work of a playful, mocking, joking, silly or frivolous nature) during the Edo period like "Ugetsu Monogatari" (Tales of Moon and Rain) written by Akinari UEDA, and one of the classics of Japanese fantasy novels.
  716. It is a leading theory that it was on the right bank of the Seta-gawa River flowing from the Lake Biwa, stood around the Ishiyama Kokubu site in Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture.
  717. It is a leather-covered wooden board, on which a sheet of gold leaf is placed to be cut with a bamboo sword.
  718. It is a letter of accepting the order.
  719. It is a letter of congratulation to Tadataka KYOGOKU..
  720. It is a lightest punishment except whipping.
  721. It is a likely opinion that she was identical with 稲葉国造気豆女 (Inabano Kuninomiyatsuko kimame no musume), who gave birth to FUJIWARA no Hamanari, the first son of FUJIWARA no Maro.
  722. It is a little snake and approximately 12 centimeters long.
  723. It is a local dish from Kakogawa City, Hyogo Prefecture.
  724. It is a local dish in Toyama Prefecture.
  725. It is a local industry of the Tango region, but it has been on the decline in the recent years.
  726. It is a local specialty of Aomori and Iwate.
  727. It is a local sweet of Gunma Prefecture.
  728. It is a local sweet of Hiroshima Prefecture.
  729. It is a local sweet of Kajiki-cho in Kagoshima Prefecture.
  730. It is a local sweet of Konan City, Kochi Prefecture.
  731. It is a local sweet of Tokushima Prefecture made by Hallelujah Seika Co., Ltd. (confectionary makers) based in Tokushima Prefecture.
  732. It is a long and narrow building extending 163 m from north to south, which is used for multiple purposes, including lounge and places for hospitality and audience for visitors.
  733. It is a long and thin hall as the nine Amitabha statues are arranged in single file.
  734. It is a long bow used on horse and a unique Yumiya seen only in Japan.
  735. It is a long established bookstore which handles books related to Buddhism.
  736. It is a long way to the capital from Kai. '
  737. It is a long-established store with more than a 130 year history and is the largest producer and seller of Uiro in Japan.
  738. It is a lookout-tower-style keep interconnecting a large keep, having 5 tiers, 6 aboveground floors, and 1 underground level, and three 3-tiered small keeps, with a 2-tiered, parallel Tamon-yagura (hall turret) being the largest existing castle keep in Japan.
  739. It is a lookout-tower-type keep directly connected to a smaller keep or turret having 3 tiers, 3 aboveground floors, and 1 underground level built by Tenkabushin (construction order by the Tokugawa shogunate).
  740. It is a lookout-tower-type keep directly connected to a smaller keep or turret having 3 tiers, 4 aboveground floors, and 2 underground levels.
  741. It is a lot like shabu-shabu.
  742. It is a low-calorie and fiber-rich food.
  743. It is a lucky charm for samurai families, for 'kachi' also means a victory.
  744. It is a lunar-solar calendar used in China and Japan.
  745. It is a luxurious Chinese-style costume worn at an enthronement ceremony, and it has in fact been worn until the enthronement of the Emperor Meiji.
  746. It is a luxurious outerwear used by young girls serving as attendants in ceremonial rites of the Imperial Court.
  747. It is a machiya that has only residential function.
  748. It is a machiya whose front face has been reformed in a modern manner.
  749. It is a magariya (bent house) with a thatched roof supposedly constructed in the early Edo period (mid-seventeenth century), but there are no extant materials that indicate the exact period of the construction.
  750. It is a magariya with a protruding section on the eastern side.
  751. It is a main room, about 13 sq.m., in Seiryoden, located on the north side of Hi-no-omashi (Emperor's office), on the west side of Futama, on the south side of Haginoto and Fujitsubo-no-ue-no-mitsubone and on the east side of Asagarei-no-ma.
  752. It is a main street of Nara City running east-west from Horai-cho, Nara City to Kintetsu Nara Station.
  753. It is a major characteristic of the TOKUGAWA regime to appoint members from shinpan to the posts of the shogunate, and to avoid some powerful tozama daimyo with a large domain from joining the politics of the shogunate as a political adviser.
  754. It is a major renewal of its predecessor 'Heiankyo Historical Zone' which, opened in April 2005, used to exhibit a few items such as a reconstruction model of the city structure of Heian-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in current Kyoto).
  755. It is a major station in Maizuru City, the central administrative city in northern Kyoto.
  756. It is a major station of the northern (kita) Kinki railway system.
  757. It is a male role of a weak-willed but somewhat comical character in Kamigata wagoto (a soft style of acting in Kamigata [the Kyoto-Osaka area] Kabuki).
  758. It is a malodor like sour milk products caused by failure in fermentation of moromi and it is called tsuwariko because it makes a person feel like vomiting.
  759. It is a manju with bean paste and chestnuts in it.
  760. It is a manned ticket gate with some automatic ticket checkers (no platform ticket is available, but it's possible to go to the platform to see someone off by informing the station attendant).
  761. It is a manuscript containing an okugaki (postscript) written in 1228 by a person called Bogyuguo, who seems to have been FUJIWARA no Sadaie.
  762. It is a manuscript line that was copied during the Oei era from a book with manuscript notes by Fuyunobu OIMIKADO after the index at the beginning.
  763. It is a manuscript most of which were said to have been transcribed by Masayasu ASUKAI.
  764. It is a manuscript that included the structure of that school, oral lesson, methods, or secret techniques that granted to an heir or the one who received mokuroku (a certificate of the completion of the art) or a permit from the master.
  765. It is a manuscript transcribed by Miyu REIZEI.
  766. It is a marine mollusk that mainly lives in shore reefs and sandy areas.
  767. It is a maritime air mass.
  768. It is a masterpiece album from his later years, consisting of ten pictures.
  769. It is a masterpiece not only among the court literature but also of the entire history of Japanese literature in terms of quantity, quality and literary achievement, and its influence on posterity is immeasurable.
  770. It is a masterpiece of kizewamono (Raw-life sewamono drama, depicting the lower strata of society) of the Meiji era.
  771. It is a masterpiece of mystery based on false accusation.
  772. It is a masterpiece of shin kabuki (new kabuki) written for Sadanji ICHIKAWA (the second).
  773. It is a masterpiece of the sewamono drama with a simple plot in which the everyday lives of dashing firemen are described.
  774. It is a matter of course for all family members to support the sick Crown Princess (Masako).'
  775. It is a matter of course that the practice of eating those foods uncooked has traditionally continued because the risk is low for those foods.
  776. It is a means by which a priest can save all creatures until the advent of Maitreya beyond the border of life and death.
  777. It is a memoir covering approximately forty years from 1020, when the author was thirteen, to 1059, she was around 52-years-old.
  778. It is a memorial and farewell service for the spirits of the deceased.
  779. It is a memorial hall on the history of Gunze and silk yarn production, which was the major industry in the Ikaruga-gun period and was also the business field of the company when it was founded.
  780. It is a memorial of the arrival of Xavier to Shimonoseki around November 1550.
  781. It is a memorial tower for Junsho TSUTSUI.
  782. It is a mental state of Bonpu (ordinary person) and Gedo (a believer of heretical doctrine other than Buddhism) to think simply that the empty mind with no discernment is Dhyana-Mediation.
  783. It is a mental state of Hinayana Bosatsu (Bodhisattva) and the Bosatsu in three earlier states before the 10 holy states to see the learned teachings of Buddha and meditate.
  784. It is a mental status of Mahayana Bosatsu to notice the middle way (in the presence of two contradictory positions, performing practice freely without leaning toward either of them), forget three kinds of karma, and become philosophical about existence in Buddhism as neither existing nor vacuity.
  785. It is a metaphor expressing that a devil or ogre is exorcised.
  786. It is a method of helping a plant absorb water when it has air bubbles in the stem and hardly absorbs water.
  787. It is a method of taking sake which, at the time of joso, bags are filled with moromi and hung and sake drippings are collected.
  788. It is a middle sized highway between Imadegawa-dori Street and Kitaoji-dori Street which is used by Kyoto City buses.
  789. It is a mimicry of the functionary exposing his thighs with his hakama (pleated skirt-like Japanese garment) rolled-up.
  790. It is a mimicry of the words made while brewing new sake.
  791. It is a mitsugake and kataboshi of fushinuki.
  792. It is a mixture of glucose, maltose, and dextrin, and the main component is malt sugar.
  793. It is a mixture of several lines of text, and the one owned by the Archive and Mausolea Department of the Imperial Household Agency is well known.
  794. It is a modern-style, elevated rail station with two platforms and four tracks.
  795. It is a modest building consisting of two wings placed side by side but no main hall.
  796. It is a moist cake steamed with fillings such as bean paste wrapped in the dough into which rice powder (grated yam powder or finer rice powder) is kneaded with the help of the stickiness of grated yam.
  797. It is a monument of Xavier with a cross in his left hand, raised right hand made in 1969 by a sculptor named Churyo SATO.
  798. It is a mountain located in Kasagi Town, southern part of Kyoto Prefecture.
  799. It is a mountain temple located deep within the mountains to the east of Mt. Atago (924 m) that rises at the west of the Kyoto basin.
  800. It is a mountainous region from Mt. Yoshino to Mt. Omine and its name means that good field suitable for hunting.
  801. It is a mouse about the size of a medium-sized dog and is said to eat even a cat; on the other hand, sometimes it is said to mate with a cat and rear its blood-related kittens (as later described).
  802. It is a multiple spinning method used to increase force and improve accuracy.
  803. It is a music god and is also said to be a nonhuman entity with a half animal body.
  804. It is a music piece with China being the stage and the performer playing the role of a dancing fairy.
  805. It is a mutant strain derived from Sake yeast kyokai No. 7.
  806. It is a muzzle-loader and uses black gunpowder.
  807. It is a mysterious fire which appears from sea or brink of river, which is said to be a habitat of dragon.
  808. It is a mystery how he gained this position when he had advanced smoothly in the Taira clan-based government and had not been involved in any anti-Taira clan activity.
  809. It is a myth described in Nihonshoki.
  810. It is a myth told in Kojiki and Nihonshoki, which concerns the process of the southern Kyushu's serving Yamato sovereignty.
  811. It is a nagajuban for furisode (kimono with long, trailing sleeves).
  812. It is a name of a place (oaza, an administrative unit) located in Fujimi City, Saitama Prefecture.
  813. It is a name of a pop song with lyrics written by Ippei OKAMOTO (out of copyright for the lyrics) and music by Nobuo IIDA, and sung by Tamaki TOKUYAMA.
  814. It is a name of a station.
  815. It is a narrow one-way street excluding the section between Shichijo-dori Street and Shiokoji-dori Street which consist of two-lanes on each side.
  816. It is a national central organization which consists of systematically organized agricultural societies of Hokkaido and prefectures as well as local authorities, and it has an agricultural society of Hokkaido and prefectures as a lower organization and is a government agencies body which receives a large amount of government subsidy.
  817. It is a national historic site.
  818. It is a national holiday in China, Taiwan and Korea as well as Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia that have a significant number of people of Chinese origins.
  819. It is a national important cultural property.
  820. It is a national place of scenic beauty (designated in 1936).
  821. It is a national treasure.
  822. It is a national-designated site of scenic beauty.
  823. It is a nationally designated Place of Scenic Beauty.
  824. It is a natural monument designated by Nara prefecture, and is one of sightseeing spots of Kongo Ikoma Kisen Quasi-National Park.
  825. It is a natural monument designated by Oda City.
  826. It is a new shrine that was built in 1940, during celebrations of the 2600th anniversary of the Imperial history.
  827. It is a new tendency that a half-boiled egg with clotted white or a hot-spa egg slow-boiled so that the yolk is slightly hard but the white is still soft is served instead of a raw egg.
  828. It is a nick name of a special express operated by the former Japanese National Railways.
  829. It is a nickname for Michel Fran?ois Platini, a French soccer player.
  830. It is a nickname of the fictitious character Fujitsubo in "The Tale of Genji."
  831. It is a nimono (stewed foods simmered in a soy-and-sake-based sauce) made of mainly taro, and chicken, carrot, burdock, deep-fried bean curd, salmon roe, scallop, mushroom, and so on.
  832. It is a non-foaming mutant strain derived from AK-3F, and has characteristics similar to AK-3F, producing little amino acid.
  833. It is a non-foaming mutant strain of Miyagi-my yeast.
  834. It is a non-foaming yeast for low-alcohol sake.
  835. It is a notable celebratory number in Waki Kyogen (auspicious plays).
  836. It is a novel based on the relationship with Michiyo OKADA, who was a disciple of Katai.
  837. It is a novelty, but it follows the plot of its original almost as it is.
  838. It is a nunnery.
  839. It is a one minute walk from Kitsu-onsen Station on Miyazu Line which is operated by Kitakinki Tango Railway Corporation.
  840. It is a one storied reinforced-concrete (RC) structure, with its exterior depicting strong and challenging Oni, occupying 639.81square meters.
  841. It is a one-lane road, car traffic allowed only in the eastward direction, and the street is turned into a pedestrians' paradise on holidays.
  842. It is a one-minute walk from Yodo Station on the Keihan Main Line.
  843. It is a one-story machiya.
  844. It is a one-volume book.
  845. It is a one-way container, and used as a lunch box or to take along food.
  846. It is a pale blue costume that looks like a long ho.
  847. It is a papier mache statue of Buddha and the only paper-made sculpture in important cultural properties of Japan.
  848. It is a part of Lake Biwa Quasi-National Park.
  849. It is a part of Yoshino-Kumano National Park.
  850. It is a part of the Lake Biwa Quasi-National Park.
  851. It is a part of the world heritage site 'Historic Monuments of Ancient Nara.'
  852. It is a part of this to tinkle a bell and do kanjo for Shitenno (four guardian kings) in four directions.
  853. It is a part which is inside of tsurumakura, under a bump and the part where a string is set.
  854. It is a pass located on the old road of Kyoto Prefectural Road 40 Shimogamo-shizuhara-ohara Line separating Shizuichi-shizuhara-cho, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture and Oharaide-cho of the same ward at an altitude of 324 meters.
  855. It is a pass on the border between Tanba City, Hyogo Prefecture and Fukuchiyama City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  856. It is a pattern of semicircle shapes in three layers, repeated like waves.
  857. It is a pattern of three triangles gathered, stylizing an Assyrian letter 'matu' meaning a nation or a land.
  858. It is a peculiar statue with a long beard, eyes slanting down outwards, strange thin long fingers and so on, and stands out prominently among the history of sculpture in Japan.
  859. It is a pen name which Nanboku TSURUYA (the fourth) (1755-1829) used when he wrote gokan (bound-together volumes of illustrated books).
  860. It is a perennial grass featuring thick leaves and small light red flowers blooming in a group.
  861. It is a performing art that has a very broad presence.
  862. It is a period of about 500 years, roughly from the 12th century to the end of 16th century, and is generally divided into the preceding and latter terms.
  863. It is a period of mourning for the Emperor, the Grand Empress Dowager, and the Empress Dowager.
  864. It is a period piece and a one-act play.
  865. It is a period piece consisting of five acts.
  866. It is a petition that Aritoshi wrote on the backside of the front page of the first volume of 'Sanuki no kuni kosekicho' (family register book of Sanuki province) and attached before another petition called 'Sanuki no Kokushinoge.'
  867. It is a picture book in three volumes.
  868. It is a picture scroll made in the Muromachi period in the 16 century.
  869. It is a piece of commercial equipment for use in establishments selling alcohol, and has been in use since the Edo period.
  870. It is a piece played in Banshikicho (scale in gagaku similar to Dorian mode on H).
  871. It is a piece with part of the percussion instrument composition using the Japanese drum.
  872. It is a pilgrimage that re-creates in miniature on Mt. Joju the 88 Temples of Shikoku.
  873. It is a pity that this "Gosannen-e" in the Joan edition does not exist.
  874. It is a pity to see today's gyoko (royal visit) with hearing that the Emperor goes out but does not return.
  875. It is a place of prayer isolated from the hustle and bustle of the Chion-in Temple, which has a large monastery as Pure Land sect headquarters.
  876. It is a place well known for beautiful cherry blossoms and maple tree leaves.
  877. It is a place well known for beautiful cherry blossoms.
  878. It is a place where many zoshi were set.
  879. It is a planning route designated as a local high-standard highway.
  880. It is a plate-like accessory that is made by putting cloth on the cardboard-made padding, and people use it by inserting it in the front face of obi.
  881. It is a play dealing with the lives of ordinary people.
  882. It is a play dramatically written based on the history of Shido-ji Temple in Sanuki Province and the legend of the Fujiwara clan.
  883. It is a play in three acts, written by Mokuami KAWATAKE.
  884. It is a play with a strong show aspect, and its various versions were performed every year during Edo period.
  885. It is a plucked string instrument of the lute family and has a round sound box and a short neck.
  886. It is a plucked string instrument that produces sounds by flicking strings with fingers without using a bow.
  887. It is a plucked string instrument.
  888. It is a poem in Gogon Hairitsu (twelve phrases consisting of sixty letters) which was created by Emperor Saga to express his mourning for the death of Saicho in 822, and believed to be the Emperor's shinkan and a copied duplicate rather than his handwritten original document.
  889. It is a poem of 100 links composed on June 24 (or 28), 1582, by Mitsuhide AKECHI, Mitsuyoshi AKECHI, Gyocho AZUMA, Joha SATOMURA, Shoshitsu SATOMURA, Kennyo INAWASHIRO, Shinzen SATOMURA, Yugen, and Gyoyu at Itokuin Temple on Mt. Atago in Yamashiro Province.
  890. It is a poem structured in the set form of 5-7-5 syllables.
  891. It is a polite way to cover the mouth hiding the teeth with a Sensu when laughing.
  892. It is a popular food in Japan as well as in China.
  893. It is a popular misconception that the most favorite concubine was raised to the position of the keishitsu after the death (or the divorce) of the lawful wife.
  894. It is a popular name of a judgment by the Supreme Court of Japan that mainly judged photographing for criminal investigation as lawful and constitutional.
  895. It is a popular program that is often played around the fourth act even today.
  896. It is a popular restaurant within 'Otogibanashi TACHIKAWA' (Fairy Tale Tachikawa) in Tachikawa City.
  897. It is a port town at the mouth of Mimi-kawa (Mimitsu-gawa) River.
  898. It is a possession of God.'
  899. It is a post ranking below Chunagon (vice-councilor of state), and corresponds to Suke (assistant director) in the Shitokan (four classifications of bureaucrats' ranks).
  900. It is a posthumous title of Emperor Reizei.
  901. It is a prayer for the person in eternal sleep to be remembered by God and for Santosha to keep remembering the person in eternal sleep and to continue to pray for the person in eternal sleep.
  902. It is a prefix to indicate informality.
  903. It is a primer of Mahayana
  904. It is a private collection designated as an important cultural property.
  905. It is a problem as to the the life or death of a white stone on the right-hand side, in case there is a double-ko (left-hand side) and a white stone with a me and ko (right-hand side) on the same board shown as the figure.
  906. It is a problem which theory is correct.
  907. It is a procedure conducted in a 'tea ceremony for kuchikiri,' where the seal of a jar in which the first tea harvested in early summer is contained to let it stand is broken around the time of the first use of the fireplace.
  908. It is a process for giving gentle curve at the edge of the paper put together in the book of a deluxe edition, but if it is left without further steps after giving the curve, the curve will disappear with the elasticity of the back part of the book cover.
  909. It is a professional name of headship passed down through a family of joiners who have made shelves, incense containers and hearth frames for the three Houses of Sen.
  910. It is a professional name that recognized as Kamigata (Kyoto and Osaka area) line even at present.
  911. It is a profound mood or pathos occasionally provoked and inspired by what one sees or hears.
  912. It is a program in which the audience can enjoy the light yet gorgeous atmosphere while listening to a refreshing kiyomoto (a joruri performance).
  913. It is a protective gear specific to the naginata where the attack on shin is a valid-strike (yuko).
  914. It is a protective gear to protect from chest to abdomen, and axillary.
  915. It is a protective gear to protect the head and the throat.
  916. It is a pyramid-style organizational structure with the iemoto sitting at the top, consisting of endless levels.
  917. It is a question whether the prose was written by Ryuju.
  918. It is a rainy region comparable to the Kumano region (from the southern part of Mie Prefecture to Higashimuro County, Wakayama Prefecture) and, at the same time, a typhoon Ginza (an area where typhoons frequently pass).
  919. It is a raised station with exits on both the East and West sides.
  920. It is a rare case in Kanto region that this unique two-stepped tumulus with a circular upper and a rectangular bottom has preserved its original form.
  921. It is a rare case to put a real-life husband and wife together in a Shini-e, compared to the case of a set-up husband and wife for a stage act.
  922. It is a rare example of roads which have been registered as a word heritage site, along with ` Way of St. James' (Spain).
  923. It is a rare famous-film-showing theater retaining the classic style in the Showa era, where customers can enjoy two films a day for a ticket, enter or exit the theater anytime, and are allowed to bring in food and drinks.
  924. It is a rare historical source, especially when considering that the records from the Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States) (Japan), a time of especially fierce fighting, still exist.
  925. It is a rare site of a castle residence from the medieval period and is well preserved.
  926. It is a rare structure among the buildings built in the Nara period from the points that it was built in the place other than Heijo-kyo or Ikaruga and that the year of construction has been almost identified.
  927. It is a rare work as a statue of Daigensui Myoo.
  928. It is a rather early maturing cultivar as a futsu unshu, and the fruit is large and flattened.
  929. It is a rather famous yokai partly due to the influence from the popular yokai manga series 'Gegege no Kitaro' by Shigeru MIZUKI.
  930. It is a recipe in which eggplant is grilled over an open flame or on a grill, seasoned with a dash of soy sauce or ponzu soy sauce (soy source containing citrus juice) and garnished with some grated ginger or wasabi (Japanese horseradish).
  931. It is a record of informal talks covering a wide range of topics including Chinese classical literature and poetry, public affairs, music and so on.
  932. It is a record of public and private matters by Kanezane, who was in the position of Kanpaku in the era of great transition from the Imperial Court to samurai government.
  933. It is a rectangular building with hip-and-gable roofing.
  934. It is a red hakama skirt with wide open hems at the bottom.
  935. It is a red mask with a smile on the eyes and the lips.
  936. It is a red underwear without lining.
  937. It is a relatively new road, which started to be built under a city plan before the war and opened completely in 1985.
  938. It is a relatively new street built in 1872 by Masanao MAKIMURA, then Kyoto Prefectural Councilor.
  939. It is a relatively short street which runs from the northern tip of Rokkaku-dori Street to Shijo-dori Street.
  940. It is a relatively small statue whose height is about one meter.
  941. It is a repeated form of Katauta, and most of the Sedoka is Mondoka (dialogue poem).
  942. It is a representation of her shallowness trying to forget her original social rank and assimilate herself to the upper class. (Ken AKIYAMA)
  943. It is a representative JR station in Uji City, a locality famous for tourist attractions such as Byodoin Temple and its position as the production center of Uji Tea.
  944. It is a representative cultivar among 'nakate unshu' and is a main product of Ehime Prefecture, especially in the Nanyo area.
  945. It is a representative early war chronicle which the Abe clan (Mutsu Province) who were fushu (northern barbarians) and the Dewa Kiyohara clan were compared to the Minamoto clan by depicting them as warriors who were short in stature but strong.
  946. It is a representative program of tachiyaku.
  947. It is a representative work of Japanese literature in the early modern times, and often mentioned even today (See Adaptations).
  948. It is a representative work of literature written in the mixed writing style of Japanese and Chinese, which is known for the simple and refined sentences.
  949. It is a representative work of so-called 'statues of Shakanyorai in Seiryoji style' and an imitation of sangokudenrai (literally, transmitted in three countries; 'sangoku' means India, China and Japan) statue of Shakyamuni in Seiryo-ji Temple in Kyoto.
  950. It is a representative work of the architect Akira KURYU.
  951. It is a residential-like construction with yosemune-zukuri (a square or rectangular building, covered with a hipped roof) and kokerabuki (roofed with shingles).
  952. It is a rice snack made from uruchimai (ordinary cooking rice) - by crushing or pounding cooked uruchimai, forming it flat into individual pieces and then grilling them.
  953. It is a rice with high amylose content and low protein content.
  954. It is a ritual for collecting soil from the summit of Mt. Unebi to make earthenware used for the Kinensai (a prayer service held in February for a good crop) and the November Niiname-sai festival, both held at Sumiyoshi-taisha Shrine in Osaka.
  955. It is a ritual form observed in festivals and memorial ceremonies for the ancestral spirits at Shinto shrines.
  956. It is a ritual of rice farming held in the autumn, at which the Emperor worships deities by offering newly harvested rice.
  957. It is a ritual that takes place along a 500 meter riding ground in the middle of the Tadasuno Mori forest, archers in court noble style official costumes and warrior style hunting costumes try to shoot down three targets from horseback.
  958. It is a role with an importance, and the actor must have the ability to unite the entire play.
  959. It is a romon gate (two-storied gate) of the Irimoya-zukuri (building with a half-hipped roof) style in front of the Kon-do Hall (the Great Buddha Hall).
  960. It is a ronja (shrines considered to be descendants of a shikinai-sha) of shikinai-sha (shrine listed in the Engishiki (List of Official Shrines)) myojin-taisha shrine 'Otokuni district of Yamashiro Province Otokuninimasu ohoikatsuchi-jinja Shrine' (the other ronja is the 'Honoikazuchi-jinja Shrine' enshrined together at the Muko-jinja Shrine (Muko City).
  961. It is a ronja (shrines considered to be descendants of a shikinai-sha) of shikinai-sha (shrine listed in the Engishiki (List of Official Shrines)) myojin-taisha shrine 'Uji district of Yamashiro Province Yamashina jinja niza' (the other ronja is the Iwaya-jinja Shrine (Kyoto City)).
  962. It is a rope made of rice straw with four shide (chain of cut white paper suspended from the straw rope marking off a sacred area of a Shinto shrine) suspended and attached to the upper area of the kamidana.
  963. It is a rough cornered stone which is used after digging from the ground; some may be seen over the ground, while others are buried deep in the ground.
  964. It is a rough motion which exaggerates and beautifies the dandyism, gallantry, and so on.
  965. It is a round abura-age filled with fillings such as seasoned harusame (beanstarch vermicelli) and bamboo shoots and served with unique sweet-spicy sauce.
  966. It is a round artistic stone that is considered to be the most suitable stone in the garden.
  967. It is a round mound with a diameter of 16 meters.
  968. It is a round stone, which is believed to have been thrown by Benkei as a beanbag.
  969. It is a round thin mirror, generally used along with a base for supporting the mirror.
  970. It is a round tomb 55 meters in diameter.
  971. It is a round tumulus constructed with the double-terraced slope of a mound.
  972. It is a round tumulus with a diameter of approx. 17 meters, and it is pointed out that the sekkaku resembles the one in the Kinai region (the five capital provinces surrounding the ancient capitals of Nara and Kyoto) whose portion to be opened is provided on a side.
  973. It is a rule of the Imperial household to respect precedents, but some of the precedents are those that had newly been created without having had their own precedents.'
  974. It is a rule to avoid serving cooked food for the Kami.
  975. It is a salty-sweet dish made by cutting ingredients into thin strips and stir-frying them with sugar and soy sauce.
  976. It is a school belonging to the Ono school of Buddhist thought.
  977. It is a school of Kabuki Buyo (Kabuki Dance).
  978. It is a school that was proud of its tradition and power.
  979. It is a school which counters prosperity of Western-style paintings after the Meiji period, but is not a little influenced by Western-style.
  980. It is a seasonal word for spring, and is used as a name for Japanese confectionery.
  981. It is a seasonal word used in early autumn.
  982. It is a seated image drawing its knees up with a finger on the cheek, and generally it has one face and two, four or six hands.
  983. It is a seated image, nearly two meters tall and is basically an Ichiboku-zukuri (wooden figure carved from one tree).
  984. It is a seated statue.
  985. It is a secondary product made by deep-frying or batter-frying manju like tempura.
  986. It is a series of detective stories set in the residence of a lawyer named Umezawa in Koishikawa.
  987. It is a series of nine pictures of hell, drawn by Sanraku KANO approximately 400 years ago in the Azuchi-Momoyama period.
  988. It is a serious problem for Shikoku Passenger Rail Group that passengers tend to use buses that have lower margin than limited express trains.
  989. It is a service carried out according to the six times of the day consisting of sutra chanting, nenbutsu recitation and prayer based on the 'Ojoraisange' of Chinese monk Shandao.
  990. It is a sessha (auxiliary shrine (dedicated to a deity close-related to that of a main shrine)) of Takemikumari-jinja Shrine in Chihayaakasaka-mura, Minamikawachi District, Osaka Prefecture, and the enshrined deity of Nagijinja Shrine is Masashige KUSUNOKI.
  991. It is a sessha (auxiliary shrine dedicated to a deity closely related to that of a main shrine) of Nantokagami-jinja Shrine.
  992. It is a set of thin senbei of which one receives as many pieces as the number he or she wins on a roulette-like game seen in "densuke tobaku" (fake street gambling) and a sauce such as Otafuku sauce (a sauce produced by OTAFUKU SAUCE Co., Ltd.) or plum jam.
  993. It is a seven minute walk from Saga Arashiyama Station on the JR Sagano Line.
  994. It is a seven-minute walk from Fushimi-Momoyama Station on the Keihan Main Line.
  995. It is a seven-minute walk from Momoyamagoryo-mae Station on the Kintetsu Kyoto Line.
  996. It is a seven-volume book, and its construction is as follows.
  997. It is a shame to delay the expulsion of the enemies against the court.'
  998. It is a sheaf of straw bunched together in a shape of bale to take arrows at point-blank range, as the training of Kyudo-shaho Hassetsu (eight arts of shooting an arrow), checking the characteristic of bow, or warming up in Kyudo or Kyujutsu, the art of Japanese archery.
  999. It is a shield-shaped component suspended from right to left along the armor trunk to shield from the shoulder to the upper part of the arm.
  1000. It is a shikinai-sha (a shrine listed in the Engishiki [an ancient book of laws and regulations compiled during the Engi era listing shrines]), and designated a prefectural shrine according to the old shrine ranking system.

191001 ~ 192000

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