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  1. Akizuki Domain
  2. Akizuki Domain (joshukaku); 50,000 kokus; tozama; Yanagi no ma
  3. Akizuki Domain of Chikuzen Province was officially approved as independent from the shogunate, but it was established as a branch domain of the Fukuoka Domain, so those two domains supported each other in military and financial affairs.
  4. Akizuki, Asakura City, 1998, castle town
  5. Akizuki, Asakura City, Fukuoka Prefecture, castle town
  6. Akizuki-no-ran War (turmoil of Akizuki)
  7. Akkeshi Port (Hokkaido)
  8. Ako Domain
  9. Ako Domain had adopted Yamaga style tactics when Sako YAMAGA was exiled to Ako, and the lord of the domain studied under him.
  10. Ako Domain of Harima Province first issued han bills in 1680.
  11. Ako Domain: Ako-jo Castle
  12. Ako Line: Aioi Station -Banshu-Ako Station
  13. Ako Line: Nagafune Station - Higashi-Okayama Station
  14. Ako Roshi (lordless samurai of Ako Domain)
  15. Ako Roshi (lordless samurai of Ako domain) launched a raid.
  16. Ako Roshi (lordless samurai of Ako domain);
  17. Ako Roshi refers to a group of 47 warriors under the former feudal retainer of Ako, Kuranosuke OISHI, who on January 30, 1703 broke into the residence of Yoshinaka KIRA, from a Koke (honorable family) who were enemies of the former lord Naganori ASANO, to murder him and get revenge.
  18. Ako Roshi searched in vain for Kira, but he wasn't so easily found.
  19. Ako retainers may not be sophisticated but have tremendous loyalty to their lord and would not try to leave Ako.'
  20. Ako was the position to which Koretada, a wise vassal in the Yin period of China, was appointed and TACHBANA no Hiromi cited this historical fact.
  21. Ako-ako natte kimasue' (literally, 'it will become richly red')
  22. Ako-jinja Shrine
  23. Ako-jinja Shrine is a Shinto shrine in Nara City, Nara Prefecture.
  24. Ako-jinja shrine is located nearby.
  25. Akoki (also, written as "阿漕") and her husband, Tatewaki
  26. Akome
  27. Akome (a lined gown) had been worn under the shitagasane, but after the Meiji period nobody wore it except for the Imperial families.
  28. Akome is a kind of uchigi (daily wear or inner wear) worn under certain costumes.
  29. Akome was basically worn by men in sokutai (traditional ceremonial court dress) costume but only the Imperial family wore Akome after the Meiji period.
  30. Akome was worn without lining cloth (which was called "Hihegi") in summer and was tailored to a wadded version in winter.
  31. Akome which went through the process of kinutauchi (hammering the cloth) or itabiki (coating the cloth) is specifically called "uchiginu."
  32. Akome: a kimono worn between an upper garment and an undergarment.
  33. Akudaikan (cruel bailiff)
  34. Akudaikan in period dramas
  35. Akudaikan is an emblematic expression of the bailiffs who oppressed people of the domain or committed a fraud.
  36. Akufu (ax with handgrip), Nigiri-tsuchi (hammer with handgrip), Hand Axe: A kind of stone tool having edges formed by beating a whole part of a pebble from both sides
  37. Akufu resembled stone axes in shape, and Akufu were used for a variety of applications: Literally gripping these to dig the soil, disorganize animals and shave wood.
  38. Akugenta
  39. Akugyaku
  40. Akugyaku is a murder of ancestor
  41. Akugyaku was one of hachi-gyaku (eight unpardonable crimes) defined by the ritsuryo (legal codes of the Nara and Heian periods).
  42. Akuji-o/Akuro-o
  43. Akujo: Strong and scary-looking old man
  44. Akumikanbe-shinmeisha Shrine's annual festival (January 28, 1980)
  45. Akumikanbe-shinmeisha, a Shinmei-jinja Shrine in Toyohashi City, Aichi Prefecture
  46. Akumochizake
  47. Akumochizake is classified as 'other liquor' under Japan's Liquor Tax Act however it is considered a 'liquor designated as a type of sake similar to mirin' in Article 3-21 of the Liquor Tax Act and is subject to the same reduced tax rate as mirin which is 20,000 yen per kiloliter.
  48. Akumochizake or akumochishu is a type of Japanese sake manufactured by adding charcoal to the fermented unrefined sake.
  49. Akuojisha (the ara-tama of Susanoo-no-mikoto)
  50. Akuru
  51. Akuru is an evil god in Japanese Methodology.
  52. Akuru was a giant fish which used to live in the Anaumi Inland Sea in the Kibi Province (current Okayama Prefecture).
  53. Akuryo
  54. Akuryo are spirits which bring forth calamity.
  55. Akutagawa added a conversation of two types of people, a young samurai who takes only the physical comforts as happiness and an old man who regards psychological satisfaction as most important, at end of the plot of its original to show two different kinds of feeling of happiness and his own color.
  56. Akutaro (a bad boy) (kabuki)
  57. Akuto
  58. Akutsuhachiman-jinja Shrine (Takahata-cho, Yamagata Prefecture)
  59. Akyio TOMOEDA
  60. Al Plaza Kyotanabe
  61. Al3+
  62. Alain de Benoist
  63. Alarmed by such movements of the Musashi people, MINAMOTO no Yoshihira, son of Yoshitomo raided and killed Yoshitaka in 1155.
  64. Alarmed by the Mori clan's increasing influence, Takafusa SUE attempted to usurp their dominion.
  65. Alarmed by this appointment, Yoshihide attempted a rollback, and early in the following year was appointed to the same status, Samanokami with a rank of Jugoinoge.
  66. Alarmed, Dogen tries to run away with Okane, but it is too late, for torite (official in charge of imprisoning offenders) has already stepped inside their house.
  67. Alas, I cannot kill it!'
  68. Alas, plovers flying over the sea of Omi in the evening, you remind me of the old days with my heart sinking.
  69. Albert EINSTEIN: December 17 and 18, 1922, physical scientist
  70. Albert MOSSE (Germany)
  71. Alcohol
  72. Alcohol adding (or "aruten")
  73. Alcohol concentration and taste are medium.
  74. Alcohol drinks with a taste similar to beer appeared around 2003 are neither beer nor low-malt beer and are called "the third beer."
  75. Alcohol is slowly poured into the jar.
  76. Alcohol of about 6% density is the most suitable environment for them to grow, but they grow in about 25% density alcohol with no problem.
  77. Alcohol or liquids containing stabilized chlorine dioxide are sometimes used instead of water for paper oshibori.
  78. Alcoholic beverages
  79. Alcove:
  80. Aleksei Kuropatkin no kubi wo tori, Togo Heihachiro banbanzai (We killed Aleksei Kuropatkin, hail to Heihachiro TOGO).
  81. Alessandoro Valignano who was a priest that came to Japan to propagate Christianity, made a plan as part of an education project for a religious community.
  82. Alessandro Valignano, a missionary stayed in Japan during the same period strongly criticized the careless conduct of Coelho, and it seems to be certain that his conduct was really problematic.
  83. Alex N. Hansell, an English architect of the Royal Institute of British Architects, designed it.
  84. Alexander the Great expanded the territory of Macedonia into Asia, but even so he was not able to capture the central part of the nomadic nation.
  85. Alga, which grows in the upper reaches of the Asuka River, flows and touches the lower reaches of the river to make alga.
  86. Algebraic equations were solved by replacing a block of sangi with others in each cell.
  87. Algin acid
  88. Alhough being in the Tanba Province area, Nantan is closely related to Kyoto and Osaka, and, when Osaka District Meteorological Observatory and Kyoto Local Meteorological Observatory use the term of "the south part of Kyoto Prefecture," it refers to the area which includes both Yamashiro Province and Nantan.
  89. Alhough open to misunderstanding, the expression of '... rehen' is often used in Kyoto.
  90. Alhough the storekeeper feels suspicion about the woman, she pleads with him to sell some candy to her in such a sad small voice, so he sells her some.
  91. Alia
  92. Alias
  93. Alias names
  94. Alice BACON who recommended Umeko to return to the United States developed an interest in Japanese culture and did research on Japanese women.
  95. Alice Bacon
  96. Alice Mabel BACON (American)
  97. Alice Mabel Bacon (1858 - May 1, 1918) was an American female educator.
  98. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is famously replete with such literary techniques.
  99. Alight at Amanohashidate Station on the Kitakinki Tango Railway.
  100. Alight at JR East Tohoku Main Line Iwakiri Station
  101. Alight at JR Nara Line Tofuku-ji Station and walk for about 15 minutes to Somon Gate or about 20 minutes to Daimon Gate.
  102. Alight at Yagi Station on the JR West Sagano Line and walk for approximately 15 minutes from Kasuga-jinja Shrine.
  103. Alight at the Keihan Electric Railway Shichijo Station and walk for 5 minutes.
  104. Alignment and realignment of calligraphic bodies (before the war)
  105. Alkaline carbondioxated springs (Yamabatoyu hot spring)
  106. Alkaline simple hot spring
  107. Alkaline simple hot spring (hot spring with hypotonic alkaline level)
  108. Alkaline simple hot spring.
  109. Alkaline springs
  110. All 235 crew members, including Captain ゴムイセフ, reached land by 6:00 pm and were supplied with food and drink under the residents' protection for the night.
  111. All 25 volumes were published by Chikuma Shobo Publishers, and took from 1980 to 1992 to complete.
  112. All 65 craftsmen worked in the manufacturing department of Ichizawa Hanpu Co., Ltd. supported Shinzaburo, who was the president for years, to transfer to Ichizawa Hanpu kakosho Ltd.
  113. All Edokoro (room decorated with paintings) were gilded.
  114. All Hiwadabuki (roofs with the bark of hinoki, Japanese cypress), irimoya-zukuri (a hip-and-gable roof construction), kara hafu (undulating gable), the Azuchi-Momoyama period
  115. All I could see day and night was nothing but confusion.
  116. All Japan Association of College Shosha-Shodo Education
  117. All Japan Association of Shosha-Shodo Education
  118. All Japan College Calligraphic Studies
  119. All Japan High School Ogura Hyakunin Isshu Karuta Tournament (Karuta Koshien)
  120. All Japan Karuta Invitational Tournament
  121. All Japan Karuta Tournament
  122. All Japan Magazine and Book Publisher's and Editor's Association says the number of comic books published in Japan in 2006 was 10,965 and that of comic magazines was 305 (including 1,450 reprint editions).
  123. All Japan Naginata Federation (AJNF)
  124. All Japan Ninja Championship
  125. All Japan University Karuta Tournament
  126. All Kannon statues with one face and two arms are not necessarily called 'Sho Kannon.'
  127. All Limited Express and K-Limited Express trains leave from Platforms 1 & 3.
  128. All Nyoin Kannon statues are basically seated statues or Hanka (half-lotus posture) statues so that standing statues are not seen.
  129. All Osan's sacrifices went to waste.
  130. All `Kensui-shi' (Japanese envoys to Sui Dynasty China) and `kento-shi' (Japanese envoy to Tang Dynasty China) up to the seventh Kento-shi (559) were dispatched by the Kyushu dynasty.
  131. All answered "We will serve" except the sea cucumber, who remained silent, so Amenouzume slashed open its mouth with a knife.
  132. All are 'masculine' documents in the sogana style.
  133. All are Emperor Showa's younger brothers.
  134. All are Kyoto City Bus routes.
  135. All are important historical records to study the history of the temple.
  136. All areas of school districts Nos. 9-14, 16-19, 23-26, 29 and 30 and part of No. 32 belong to the present Shimogyo Ward, and the southern part of district No. 32 belongs to Minami Ward and the rest belongs to Nakagyo and Higashiyama Wards.
  137. All bad karma that I have created in the past is
  138. All bills were to be submitted by prefectural governors.
  139. All black
  140. All bodies of the deceased were recovered on May 28.
  141. All buildings (excluding Kobun-tei) are connected via covered passageways.
  142. All buildings including the main hall were rebuilt in 1617, during the early Edo period.
  143. All buses were managed by the Uji Management Office, except for one bus that ran one-way departing Kintetsu Okubo, and this was manged by the Otokoyama Management Office (operated through the Yawata Tanabe Route and its related route).
  144. All but the Minister of Foreign Affairs (Japan) and the Military ministers were members of the Seiyu Party.
  145. All carriages were imported from Britain.
  146. All cars belong to the Akashi Quality Control Center, Aboshi Rolling Stock Depot and except for F1 trains (mass produced foregoing cars), all 470 cars are commonly used in JR Kobe, Takarazuka, JR Kyoto, Tozai, Gakkentoshi and Biwako Lines.
  147. All cars belong to the Nara rail yard.
  148. All cars except those mentioned above are managed by the Kyoto Municipal Transportation Bureau, described below, and Keihan Kyoto Kotsu, including support cars.
  149. All cars of the rapid trains use JR (West) Commuter Train Series 207, and each train has seven cars up to Sasayamaguchi Station.
  150. All cases of succession observed among these emperors are from father to son and no case of succession between brothers is found.
  151. All castles had a taiko yagura, and a kane yagura (bell tower) was similar to the taiko yagura.
  152. All citizens will be required to work ten days on the development of the million-hectare of fertile field, and those who refuse will be punished by the district governors.
  153. All civil and military officials and the common people as well shall be allowed to fulfil their aspirations so that there may be no discontent among them.
  154. All classes high and low shall unite in vigorously promoting the economy and welfare of the nation.
  155. All constitutional drafts made by the government, Liberal Party (Japan), and Japan Socialist Party were structured based on the Emperor Organ Theory.
  156. All copper oxide mines located around Japan had drastic fear of the depletion of resources, which caused a raise in the value of copper.
  157. All countries that once used the Shakkanho have changed their unit systems to the International Unit System, with the result that not a single country officially uses units of Shakkanho at present.
  158. All court ladies that accompanied empress cried with tears.
  159. All cultural properties of such monuments, except for natural monuments relating to individual animals, relate to lands.
  160. All dates are given in the old lunar calendar.
  161. All day pass (valid until 5:00 p.m., after which a night ticket is required): 2,500 yen (3,000 yen on holidays and weekends)
  162. All day they run directly to the area of Sannomiya and Nishiakashi on the Tokaido, Sanyo Main Line (JR Kobe Line).
  163. All dishes introduced hereafter are mostly limited to the summer season.
  164. All doors were coated with deep black-colored lacquer.
  165. All dotaku produced in Kinki region have patterns on the surface.
  166. All emperors are enshrined in the "Korei-den" (imperial mausoleum), one of the "Kyuchu San-Den" (three imperial sanctuaries), on the premises of the Imperial Palace.
  167. All environmental testing equipment supplied within Japan is produced here.
  168. All excerpted poems have already disappeared in China, so they are quite valuable as literature and Buddhist materials.
  169. All existing literature about the Tachikawa-ryu school was written by its opponents and therefore it is impossible to know if it describes the truth or not.
  170. All existing yagura were built during this era except tenshu.
  171. All explanations were based on this.
  172. All express trains started making stops at Nagaoka-tenjin Station.
  173. All family crests attached to existing articles and portraits of the Takeda clan are "Hanabhishi".
  174. All family heads other than those that passed away young were appointed to Dainagon (Before that, kyokkan for the Sono family was Chunagon).
  175. All family members eat the offerings they bring back and celebrate the children's happy growth.
  176. All followers of the Enryaku-ji Temple (also referred to as Sanmon) gathered together and demanded that the 21 temples of Rakuchu-Hokke, in and around the capital Kyoto, become branch temples of Enryaku-ji Temple.
  177. All food and foodstuffs from popular ones to brand products are included.
  178. All forty-seven defendants including those who were found innocent also appealed acquittals of all defendants to the Supreme Court.
  179. All four rose to high ranks by winning the "Emperor's favor."
  180. All four scrolls of "Choju Jinbutsu Giga" (caricatures of frolicking birds, animals and humans) are emakimono that have been handed down to Kozan-ji Temple in Ukyo Ward, Kyoto City.
  181. All furigana (kana over or beside kanji to indicate pronunciation) printed over or beside kanji '織田' in "Kanei shoka keizuden" (the Genealogies of the Houses of the Kanei period) (publication in kana alone) are 'Ota' except one place.
  182. All garrisons were killed one by one and Kantaro WATANABE, the general of Fort Kitanotoride and Tango NOMURA, and the general of Fort Hiyodorizuka made a proposal of surrendering, but refused and they committed suicide by harakiri.
  183. All had to perform duties as the descendants of god to maintain the basic belief that "we are a nation of god," even Buddhist monks.'
  184. All his descendants to the death of Motozane KONOE occupied the position of Sessho and when Mido-ryu Sekke (line of regents and advisers) was split after Motozane's death, only descendants of Mido-ryu occupied the position.
  185. All his films had a simple story with clear-cut heroes and villains, making them popular even with children.
  186. All his works are written to be sung, except for Minuet and Urami.
  187. All in all, on November 8, just four months after the formation of the cabinet, the Ministry ended in resignation, and Okuma had to lead the New Constitutional Political Party in organizing the old Progressive Party.
  188. All information about title, concurrent posts etc. is omitted.
  189. All initial containers were made of styrofoam, but late-started manufacturers created mainly the paper containers because NISSIN FOOD PRODUCTS owned the patent.
  190. All items except carrying poles are burned in the last evening of the festival.
  191. All jochu who received a salary from the government were called "O-oku jochu" and it is said that O-oku jochu were also in families into which the shogun's daughters married, and to whom the shogun's sons were adopted.
  192. All jujutsu-related schools' kata, including Kodokan judo's, was integrated; the integration process was carried on the July 2006 issue of the monthly magazine 'The Martial Arts.'
  193. All land is inherently sloping, but lands where the slope is too gentle or where drainage is not good are not appropriate for rice cropping because they become moist.
  194. All limited express trains on the line stop at this station.
  195. All limited express trains stop at this station, and those limited express trains for Maizuru and for Fukuchiyama are coupled and decoupled at this station.
  196. All lines are included in a big city section and the line between Nagao Station (Osaka Prefecture) and Kyobashi Station is included in a specific electric train section.
  197. All lines are under direct jurisdiction of the Osaka Branch of the West Japan Railway Company.
  198. All lines were opened on November 3, 1904.
  199. All lines were single lines.
  200. All maidservants who were commoners took court nobles as adoptive parents.
  201. All major parts as well as funnels were all domestically produced.
  202. All married women in the city (With penciled eyebrows, however, those from samurai families penciled their eyebrows after giving birth.)
  203. All men were tattooed on their face and body.
  204. All my belongings should be passed to three princes and to the monk, 仁主.
  205. All nine statues have been crafted using the yosegi-zukuri technique in which the main part is made out of two or more pieces of wood.
  206. All of Dewa sansan of Yamagata Prefecture, Gingin of Iwate Prefecture, Aki no sei of Akita Prefecture and Yume no ka of Fukushima Prefecture are descendants form Miyama nishiki.
  207. All of Ujizane's work is recorded in "Imagawa clan and Kanzen-ji Temple" edited by Kanzen-ji Shi Hensan Kanko Iinkai (Publication Committee on Editing of the History of Kanzen-ji Temple).
  208. All of Yoshihiro's followers had also prepared to die in battle.
  209. All of a sudden, it was attacked in the rear by the troops of Ikko-ikki (an uprising raised by believers of the Ikkoshu sect [a sect of Buddhism]).
  210. All of four girls appeared on the day of the 66th Kikuka Sho.
  211. All of his books specifically emphasize greatness of Hideyoshi, which suggests that Yuko played a role of spokesman for Hideyoshi to announce legitimacy of the Toyotomi administration.
  212. All of his sons left the imperial position to be a subject; Yorisada was the second son.
  213. All of his works were adopted for screen;
  214. All of its three shrine pavilions are registered as cultural property of Kyoto Prefecture, and its premise is also designated as an environment preservation district for cultural properties.
  215. All of my other possessions can be given to the Keishi (imperial household superintendents) and ladies-in-waiting who have long served me.'
  216. All of the Genro, except Saionji, were from the Satsuma domain or the Choshu domain.
  217. All of the Gold Mine at Sado and the Silver Mine at Ikuno under control of the Toyotomi clan became a direct estate of Tokugawa clan after the war.
  218. All of the Japanese official histories before this were named 'chronicles.'
  219. All of the above are dictionaries.
  220. All of the above can be explained by principles of conjuring tricks; as such, according to one theory, he is regarded as "Koji KOSHIN, the Conjurer".
  221. All of the above explanation is based on the documents possessed by the Nakayama family, the feudal retainer of the Owari clan ('Sanbyakuhan Kashin Jinmei Jiten,' No.126).
  222. All of the above have the two characters of 'Yoshimitsu' inscribed on them.
  223. All of the above processes are done while candy is hot and soft.
  224. All of the above, except 'Honebami Toshiro,' have the two characters of 'Yoshimitsu' inscribed on them.
  225. All of the affiliated stories are sewamono (plays dealing with the lives of ordinary people) involving love and money.
  226. All of the blocks were owned by foreigners and thus subject to the laws of extraterroriality, meaning the settlement was a true concession that Japanese nationals were severely restricted in entering.
  227. All of the buildings on the premise of the Kokuga were situated in a symmetrical manner.
  228. All of the causes combined together led to frequent outbreaks of rioting.
  229. All of the close advisers of Nobutada were Mino-shu, which was not only due to their relationship with his adopted mother Nohime, but also because Keiju KYUAN was the daughter of someone who was Mino-shu.
  230. All of the daimyo (Japanese territorial lord) and court nobles who attended the ceremony went down to Gedan no ma and watched the Noh play.
  231. All of the eight right and left flanking statues are essentially the same but closer inspection reveals subtle differences.
  232. All of the examples are from "Sukeroku Yukari no Edozakura," in which the head of the ICHIKAWA family plays Sukeroku with 'Deha no Uta' narrated in Katobushi.
  233. All of the existing manuscripts of the "Sarashina Nikki" are in the line of the Gyobutsubon manuscript (The Imperial Book, the property of the Imperial Household), in the hand of FUJIWARA no Sadaie.
  234. All of the fiefs under Kagekatu's direct control were forfeited and the only three fiefs such as in Okitama Region, Shinobu-gun and Date-gun remained in Kanetsugu's direct control.
  235. All of the former town bus services had replaced the former private bus services and the former National Railway bus service, when those bus services were discontinued by those companies.
  236. All of the four domestic models (from Isuzu Motors, Ltd., Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation, Hino Motors, Ltd., and Nissan Diesel Motor Co., Ltd.) have been introduced.
  237. All of the four pieces ceiling stones and 8 pieces of the wall stones were relocated piece by piece and the wall called "west wall stone 3"--on which Asuka Bijin (Asuka beauties) was drawn--was moved on May 10 and 11.
  238. All of the gravestones from Masanobu to Taisuke bear the family crest of "kayanouchi jumonji."
  239. All of the histories mentioned above were written in Chinese.
  240. All of the keyhole-shaped tumuli in the Korean Peninsula were built in a very limited time period between the latter half of the fifth century and the middle of the sixth century.
  241. All of the member withdraw.
  242. All of the members are volunteers, and the number of the membership is about 150.
  243. All of the railroad cars that belong to Nara Train Depot were transferred from other lines (Keihanshin Local Train Line, Osaka Loop Line, Katamachi Line, etc.), while on the Kansai Main Line, there has been no setup of a new commuter train since the tracks were electrified.
  244. All of the sculptures designated national treasures are connected to Buddhism or Shinto, and nearly all are specifically Buddhist or Shinto statues; the oldest sculptures to be made national treasures date back as far as the Kamakura period.
  245. All of the separately established production companies, including Chie Pro, came together to form 'Japan Movie Production Federation' and began supplying films to 'Kanshu Renmei' (the Theater Owner's Association) which were shot while using the 'Narabigaoka Studio' operated by KAWAI and TANAKA.
  246. All of the shrines considered to be ichinomiya formed the 'Zenkoku Ichinomiya kai' (although not all ichinomiya shrines joined).
  247. All of the street from Gion to Matsuno-taisha Shrine is designated from Arashiyama-Gion-sen, Kyoto City Road 186 Go.
  248. All of the structures in the precinct including Daishi-do hall, Amida-do hall, the shoin (reception hall) and kuri (monks' living quarters) date from after the middle ages.
  249. All of the taisha mentioned above are Myojin Taisha, such as:
  250. All of the three remaining letters were written freely in the gyosho-tai style and are said to be superb as Kukai's calligraphy, together with the Kanjo rekimei.
  251. All of the three women were sisters, having the same father.
  252. All of the wall paintings were done by Insho DOMOTO.
  253. All of them are government-designated historic sites if not otherwise specified.
  254. All of them are legendary rare treasures and difficult to get.
  255. All of them are related to water.
  256. All of them are scenery of sea (coast) and have been made into poems and painted in paintings.
  257. All of them are works of Shin Kabuki, and six of them are written by Kido OKAMOTO.
  258. All of them consist of 2 volumes except 'Jokyu ikusa Monogatari' (6 volumes in total).
  259. All of them deal with heated candy of about 80℃ and thus in western confectionery most candy craftsmen put gloves on to prevent scalding.
  260. All of them except Yon no Kimi had husbands before the beginning of the tale.
  261. All of them exist in Japan.
  262. All of them express the antique value.
  263. All of them put on heavy makeup like theatrical makeup but no one paints their teeth black except for Saio-dai.
  264. All of them retreat to save Matsuzo's honor.
  265. All of them were either family, household superintendents or close aides of Yoshimoto, or samurai and monks who were acquainted with Yoshimoto through waka poetry/renga, and many of them belonged to the Nijo or Kyogoku schools.
  266. All of them were from the Fujiwara clan, and leading figures in the Southern Court (in Japan) except Tsunemichi ICHIJO.
  267. All of them were great priests who became caretakers of the Daitoku-ji Temple, and Soto and Sokin also served the Nanshu-ji Temple as caretakers.
  268. All of them were in the form of craft union, and their major activity was mutual aid between members.
  269. All of them were lit for gatherings such as village meetings, where people could warm themselves as they arrived.
  270. All of them were located from Settsu Province to Harima Province and thus called 'Seppan Gohaku.'
  271. All of them were major provinces.
  272. All of them were the bureaucracy or military men who quitted to follow Saigo and Itagaki.
  273. All of them were written in Chinese characters and no Kana versions remains till today.
  274. All of these 12 existing castle towers are ancient examples of architecture which have been preserved in accordance with the Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties.
  275. All of these are designated as national treasures.
  276. All of these are examples in which cities, towns, and villages took the names from the place names covering the wide area and in which they occupy a part for their names.
  277. All of these are free, and are open to the local community.
  278. All of these buildings had already been burned down and disappeared.
  279. All of these contents are included in the three volume vulgate texts.
  280. All of these events culminated in the outbreak of the Hogen War, where his gallant death helped to partly salvage his reputation but made his long-term plan mentioned above pointless.
  281. All of these facilities were equipped with masuseki.
  282. All of these families were clans that were established or developed under the ritsuryo system and, in these families, formation of groups by paternal line was actively deployed.
  283. All of these organizations are collectively called the Two Departments and Eight Ministries.
  284. All of these popular beliefs contributed to the establishment of his low public assessment.
  285. All of these regions formerly belonged to Hoko-ji Temple (now Asuka-dera Temple), the oldest orthodox Buddhist temple in Japan, erected in Asuka by SOGA-no-Umako in the end of the sixth century.
  286. All of these things are only known by the article about appointment written in "Nihonshoki", neither the date of resignation nor the person of replacement are known.
  287. All of these things show that the enforcement of the Ritsuryo was likened to the founding of a dynasty (or the establishment of a country).
  288. All of these vehicles except Nissan CEDRIC Sedan are designed exclusively for taxis.
  289. All of these were constructed during the reconstruction period of the Kanei era.
  290. All of these were included as one treaty.
  291. All of these were tools used to pray for the wind and waves in the ocean to die down.
  292. All of this information shows that the balance of power was tilted in favor of the government/Satsuma, and the radical Joi (principle of excluding foreigners) group central to the Choshu domain was gradually decreasing in influence.
  293. All of those Chinbushi mentioned earlier were positioned under the grand government general.
  294. All of those units for volume belong to Shakkanho, the Japanese unit system.
  295. All of transliterated documents and the study of these documents were published as "Interpretation of Kyoen Kankan" by LAO Kan in 1943.
  296. All of 町 (town) is pronounced as "cho."
  297. All or a part of a goshi`s land forming their fief was given to them and was the basis of their livelihood.
  298. All other kofun with imperial-class mausoleums are of three-terrace construction (both in the rounded rear and in the square front).
  299. All other manuscripts belong to the Urabe-bon group, and the basic book of the popular edition was written by Kanenaga Urabe in his own handwriting (composed of Volume1, 2, and 3. copied during the latter half of the Muromachi period).
  300. All over Japan, various karuta cards exist in which the traditions and the features of the local community are expressed.
  301. All over the country was excited by 'Mitchy boom' (Mitchy was a nickname of Michiko SHODA).
  302. All over western Japan, meeting a sudden illness or fever outdoors is described as 'suffering from the wind,' and there exists the folklore that the wind is not a natural phenomenon but a spiritual one.
  303. All paper have a weak resistance to drying and moisture.
  304. All participants succeeded in marching through Hakkoda-san Mountain safe and sound.
  305. All parts in the tower were made from one piece of tree.
  306. All parts makeup the receptacle of the Rikyu's sophisticated spirit and entice people into his original world.
  307. All parts of the doll are made of willow and other types of wood, having complexions similar to real humans.
  308. All passenger carriages were two-axle cars: ten first-class carriages (riding capacity of 18 passengers), 40 second-class carriages (riding capacity of 26 passengers) and eight brake vans were imported.
  309. All people listening to her singing felt sorry for her.
  310. All people wear Heian period costumes.
  311. All people who believe in the sect make efforts to review the teachings of the Jodo Shinshu sect, by each person constantly, and confirm it with others, and continuously practice the social life toward attainment of the Buddhist paradise of Amitabha Buddha.
  312. All people, not only those in the warrior class and affluent merchants and farmers, were allowed to have their surnames regardless of their titles (Kokumin kaisei).
  313. All photographs were taken between Ichihara and Ninose.
  314. All pictures on these scrolls were done in a very simple style.
  315. All pictures were taken between Narutaki and Utano.
  316. All platforms are connected by the station building on the west bridge as well as by the underground walkway within the east side of the station.
  317. All points at issue that support the enthronement theory were shown in the book by Ban and the Prince Otomo enthronement theory became a common view.
  318. All population data is from October 1, 2006.
  319. All power and authority in the empire shall be vested in the Dajokan and thus the grievances of divided government shall be done away with and the power and authority of the Dajokan shall be divided into three powers; legislative, judicial, and executive and thus the grievances of bias shall be done away with.
  320. All premiums mentioned above without notes are permanent premiums.
  321. All products are produced in a plant in the Osadano Industrial Park.
  322. All products with two sticks with a shape similar to the plectrum of a shamisen are produced as western-style products.
  323. All races at Kyoto Race Course and Hanshin Race Course, and all races in summer season as Chukyo Race Course and Kokura Race Course.
  324. All regional rapid services employ the JR Suburban Train Series 221, except that one regional rapid service leaving Kyoto Station between 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. on Saturdays and holidays employs the JNR/JR Commuter Train Series 103.
  325. All regular trains of 'Kitakinki' would arrive at and depart from and Shin-Osaka Station.
  326. All remedies having proved ineffective, an ascetic Buddhist monk was called at last, and when prayers began, the wraith got angry and appeared in the form of an ogre (known as Nochijite, or the Shite that appears on the scene after nakairi)).
  327. All retainers were paid a yoriai oyakukin (stipend) in lump sum twice a year in February and August at a proportion of two units of ryo (unit of gold currency) for each 100 koku (crop yield).
  328. All rolling stock owned by KTR are diesel cars manufactured in Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd, whose rolling stock manufacturing business and others were transferred to Niigata Transys Co., Ltd. in 2003.
  329. All routes running in Fukuchiyama area begin at this bus stop.
  330. All sake breweries had switched to produce the second Zosanshu until 1944.
  331. All sakedare percentages listed above are below 1.00.
  332. All samurai who faced execution were beheaded and even those of high status would be beheaded or killed following incarceration if captured by an enemy.
  333. All scrolls are the hakubyoga (white monochrome drawing) without Kotobagaki, and in its volumes one and two, animals such as frogs, rabbits, monkeys, and foxes are personified and described; these are the unique emakimono that squibbed the social situations of Mappo with a light touch.
  334. All seats may be reserved beforehand; tickets are available to the general public for purchase one month in advance at the Green (or 'Midori') Window at any major JR West station.
  335. All seats on the second basement are non-smoking and the menu contains a rich variety of dishes such as all sorts of rice omelets and seasonal menus, with families and groups patronizing the store.
  336. All sections
  337. All sections of the Kyoto City Subway Karasuma Line and the nearby Kokusaikaikan Station started operation at the same time in 1997, and that greatly improved access to this facility from the city center or the Shinkansen Kyoto Station.
  338. All sections of the Sagano Line are scheduled to be converted to double-track lines by the spring of 2010.
  339. All sections of the Tokaido main line were electrified in 1956, but such a measure alone was acutely insufficient for increases in demands.
  340. All ships except Hosho-sen (a trade ship with both Shuin-jo and Hosho) were prohibited from making a passage.
  341. All six gods were born as children of Izanagi and Izanami after Ogotooshio-no-kami was born first during kamiumi (birth of the gods), after kuni-umi (the birth of (the land) of Japan) in Kojiki (The Records of Ancient Matters).
  342. All sorts of chronological tables (annually, monthly).
  343. All stations are managed by the Kyoto branch of the West Japan Railway Company.
  344. All stations are regarded as stops except for Otsukyo, Ogotoonsen, Katata, Omi-Maiko, Adogawa, Omi-Imazu and Nagahara, which have a passing station, and Makino Station, which has a home departure signal.
  345. All stations between Kitaoji Station and Jujo Station of Karasuma-Sen (Karasuma Line), Kyoto City Subway
  346. All stations except Kizu Station are managed by the Kyoto branch of the West Japan Railway Company, while the Kizu Station is managed by the Osaka branch of the West Japan Railway Company.
  347. All stations on this section of track belong to Osaka local areas.
  348. All steeplechases that use the dirt course for the homestretch use the outer course.
  349. All stores have been renovated in the last few years.
  350. All students (except students in the Correspondence Division) become members of the Student Association.
  351. All students of the School of Theology and the Faculty of Social Studies were relocated to Imadegawa Campus.
  352. All techniques involve the means by which to strike predetermined places on the protective armour (Kendo) with one's Shinai.
  353. All temple buildings including the main hall, 2-storey pagoda and Daishi-do are situated in the mountains at the end of a long path beginning at the Takao-hashi Bridge that spans the Kiyotaki-gawa River.
  354. All ten steam locomotives were tank locomotives of 1B axle arrangement produced by five different manufacturers.
  355. All ten steam locomotives were tank locomotives with 1B axle arrangement comprised of the mixed products use from the five companies.
  356. All that happened was just a dream of Yodogimi.
  357. All that remains is part of the main hall's foundation stone that was unearthed in excavations, and the area is now the site of an elementary school and the Karahashi Saiji Municipal Park that is the remains of the lecture hall.
  358. All that remains now are stone monuments marking the site of Hojo-ji Temple on the roadside at Kojinguchi-dori Teramachi-dori Streets higashi-iru and at the side of a fence within the grounds of Kyoto Prefectural Oki High School.
  359. All that remains now is the main hall, Jizo-do (hall dedicated to Jizo) and Daishi-do (hall dedicated to Kukai) that were all rebuilt during the latter part of the Edo period.
  360. All that remains today is the place name 'Urin-in' and Kannon-do hall as a temple building.
  361. All that said, in reality, these warm bath facilities are very popular across the country, and there are some relatively small onsen-ryokan with ten to twenty rooms that are so popular that you will have a hard time to make reservations.
  362. All the 57 films he directed in his life consistently demonstrate a sort of European perspective of humans, that conceives 'an individualism with a strong self that enables a man to sacrifice his life for love and hate.'
  363. All the Doshisha schools once celebrated "Doshisha Eve" together, but since the 1950s each school has come to hold its own festival, and in 1962 "Doshisha Eve" at Doshisha Women's College of Liberal Arts was officially approved as a university festival.
  364. All the Kanpei-shosha shrines are in the vicinal territories of the capital, and all the Kokuhei-taisha and Kokuhei-shosha shrines are out of the vicinal territories of the capital.
  365. All the Kapitans (curators of Dutch trading house) had an obligation to visit Edo regularly and Gentaku OTSUKI met a Dutch for the first time when Gisbert HEMMIJ visited there.
  366. All the New Year's events end on the day.
  367. All the Princes of Imperial Prince Yoshiakira were given the surname of MINAMOTO and demoted from nobility to subject.
  368. All the Seven Generals took the leading role in the Eastern army in the Battle of Sekigahara, which broke out about one and half years later.
  369. All the above restaurants have a chashitsu (tea-ceremony room), and chaji can be conducted in some.
  370. All the actors, musicians and backstage staff must stay in their dressing rooms all day long.
  371. All the ages below are according to the East Asian age reckoning.
  372. All the attendants, including the judges, burst into laughter, and stripped the robes off the Hokkeshu sect monks.
  373. All the attendees except the choshonin should listen with their heads bowed.
  374. All the bakufu formally functioned as a domestic organization of shogun.
  375. All the block copies of these illustrations seem to have been drawn by Shunsho YAMAMOTO, an editor and a makie craftsman.
  376. All the branches of the Jodo Shinshu sect opposed the decision and made fierce protests to the bakufu, so it plans were made to discuss the matter again, but in reality it was merely a delaying tactic.
  377. All the buildings including the main hall and Inanagido on the temple's ground (although the complex is designated as a national historic site) are modern constructions.
  378. All the buses of the company have Kyoto license plates.
  379. All the cases in which Kogen was put into practice were emergencies in the capital; all the Kokufu (an ancient provincial office) of the Sangen provinces was positioned at the east side of each seki, namely, outside of seki when it was seen from the capital; and so on.
  380. All the chiefs of foot soldiers submitted the oath except for Soemon YASHIMA.
  381. All the clocks on the platforms are decorated with 'Dokko-chan,' the mascot of Fukuchiyama City.
  382. All the currency issuances in the history of Japan was circulating money and there is no record referring to those of incantation coin for religious purpose.
  383. All the daimyo living in Edo (present-day Tokyo) went to Edo-jo Castle, and everything about their confrontation was open to the public in a hall of the castle.
  384. All the dates and years below are according to the Japanese lunar calendar, in order to show the accurate date and be able to identify the dates when the books are written.
  385. All the dates described are from the old lunar calendar.
  386. All the dates in the text are indicated according to old lunar calendar.
  387. All the deities that are connected to Emperors, except for the deity Ugayafukiaezu, have names related to the 'rice plant.'
  388. All the deities, except Ebisu (the Deity of fish and commerce), are originated in China and India.
  389. All the details of Yamada's work in Europe are not clear.
  390. All the dishes served for you are to be finished.
  391. All the duties of the successive Kichizaemon as president of the zaibatsu (main company) are the repository of trust in the head of the directors of the main Sumitomo company (Sumitomo Limited Partnership Corporation); therefore, the successive Kichizaemon did not give any specific orders to the individual businesses.
  392. All the educational institutions were transferred to Nara City due to synoecism.
  393. All the efforts I made for justice have been washed away like bubbles by surging waves.
  394. All the emperors are enshrined at Koreiden (Ancestral Spiritual Sanctuary), one of the Three Shrines in the Imperial Palace.
  395. All the emperors are enshrined in Koreiden, one of the Kyuchu-sanden (three shrines of the Imperial Court).
  396. All the excavated articles were designated as the national important cultural property in 1988 for their importance in the tumulus culture research in Japan.
  397. All the existing buildings of Kofuku-ji Temple were rebuilt after the fire.
  398. All the express trains that arrived at and departed from Kyoto Station and were operated in northern Kyoto, and that arrived at and departed from stations located in northwestern Hyogo, got the name 'Tango,' so as a result the name 'Kinosaki' was discontinued.
  399. All the families belonging to the local ruling class in Japan in the Insei period (the period of the government by a retired emperor) tried to extend their influence as warriors of the retired emperors, receiving the protection from those powerful figures in the center by donating them their estates.
  400. All the female Emperors including Empress Jingu and Iitoyo no himemiko (Princess Iitoyo) were female Imperial members of the male line in the Imperial Family (Female Emperors of the male line), when they were married, they were Emperor's Empresses before succession to the throne and the husbands (Emperors) previously passed away.
  401. All the films that were produced were silent films.
  402. All the following dates are based on the Japanese lunar calendar.
  403. All the former Imperial Family members were the male descendants of the fourth Fushiminomiya Imperial Prince Sadatsune, who was the head of the successive Imperial hereditary family since the Muromachi period, and were also descendants of the third Emperor, Emperor Suko of the Northern Court during the period of the Northern and Southern Courts.
  404. All the founders of new Buddhist sects during the Kamakura period (except Ippen) were trained at Mt. Hiei; indeed, with their belief that all living creatures could be saved, Mt. Hiei was the fertile ground that cultivated new offshoots of the Buddhist faith during the Kamakura period.
  405. All the four companies, West JR Bus Company, JR Shikoku Bus, Keihan Bus and Shikoku Express Bus use the same name of Takamatsu Express Kyoto-go for this bus.
  406. All the guests are seated when the host comes in at the katteguchi (a side door, or the host's entrance)
  407. All the ingredients are skewered with bamboo sticks, and when eaten, the Oden is sprinkled with green laver and shavings of dried sardines or dried bonito called 'kezuri ko' (dried fish powder).
  408. All the kansho seals did not have any practical purposes but were private seals.
  409. All the land east of the three major barrier stations was called either Togoku (the Eastern lands) or Kanto (literally "east of the barriers").
  410. All the later seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") came exclusively from the Kawachi-Genji.
  411. All the lines that the company possessed were transferred in 1923 to Shinkeihan which, in 1925, began operating between Tenjinbashi Station (current Tenjinbashisuji-rokuchome) and Awaji Station.
  412. All the local trains stopping at Nagahara Station and stations to the north of Nagahara Station are of the JR (West) Suburban Train Series 223 and JR (West) Suburban Train Series 521.
  413. All the medieval characters of this period (the 10th century) such as grandfather, grandmother, princess, lords, nobles, craftsmen, merchants, emperors and samurai were already present in this tale.
  414. All the members were punished by decapitation on July 9, 1874.
  415. All the more because Imperial Princess Inoe served God as Saio.
  416. All the more because of this, Tanba became involved in the conflicts and wars of the capital as soon as they broke out.
  417. All the official duties of Onmyoji came to be conducted by the Kamo clan (Kotokui family) and the Abe clan (Tsuchimikado family), apart from other Abe families.
  418. All the operation of the buses on Sunday, national holidays and New Year season (December 30 - January 3) is suspended.
  419. All the organizers are students (undergraduate and graduate students).
  420. All the past Emperors are enshrined in Koreiden, one of the Three Palace Sanctuaries.
  421. All the past Emperors are enshrined in Kyuchu-sanden (Three Shrines of the Imperial Court).
  422. All the past emperors are enshrined in Koreiden, one of the Three Palace Sanctuaries.
  423. All the past emperors are enshrined in Koreiden, one of the three palace sanctuaries.
  424. All the people in Kyoto, the nobles and commoners, welcomed his departure with pleasure.'
  425. All the people is now full of joy.'
  426. All the people were in a bind; Yoshinaka' s army broke in from many places and they could not resist.
  427. All the people who are obliged to pay tax to the government shall have the right to be involved in the politics of the government and to debate whether our politics are right or wrong.
  428. All the people, nobles as well as commoners, in Kyoto have restored a peaceful life thanks to Yoshitsune.'
  429. All the pine torches aqre gathered in front of the gate where theya re later burned away at the bottom of the stone steps.
  430. All the platforms are long enough to accommodate trains up to eight cars long.
  431. All the players live in Tokyo, and its influence is not so strong.
  432. All the posts, including munamochi-bashira, are hottate-bashira, which are erected by excavating a posthole to insert and secure the post without using any foundation stones. (Note: Today's Izumo-taisha Shrine is built on a sill.)
  433. All the princes supported his declaration.
  434. All the programs contained in the selection are the ones featuring Yodogimi, and were best performed by Utaemon the fifth.
  435. All the properties and slaves of the Mononobe clan were divided into two and Umako received half of it.
  436. All the regional administrators who contributed to discover gold were also promoted and given the court ranks.
  437. All the rolling stock employed on the Kyoto Lines was used, except for the Hankyu (Electric) Railway Series 6300.
  438. All the same, 'Aobyoshibon' became dominant and 'Kawachibon' receded because, since the middle of the Muromachi period, 'Aobyoshibon' came to be considered truer to the texts of old times by the Sanjonishi family, which was in the line of FUJIWARA no Sadaie.
  439. All the selected poets are seen in anthologies of Japanese poetry compiled by Imperial command.
  440. All the services are in reserved-seat system, thus reservation must be made.
  441. All the sons of Unkei became sculptors, of which the oldest son, Tankei, is known as a virtuoso like Unkei and Kaikei.
  442. All the stations are subcontracted by JR West Kotsu Service, except that Omi-Nakasho Station remains unmanned throughout the day (Nagahara Station was also unmanned before April 2000).
  443. All the steam locomotives, except for Class C62 #1 that was designated in 1976, were designated as Railway Semi-memorial Objects together with its logs and maintenance tools in 2006.
  444. All the survivors who were nonofficial soldiers were from mountain-ringed regions and normally helped Matagi hunter groups or worked in charcoal making.
  445. All the things in the universe are representations of 'Life' of Dainichi Nyorai and 'Mandala' represents the 'Life.'
  446. All the tickets can be purchased at JR Ticket Office.
  447. All the train sets of 'Maizuru' are operated between Kyoto Station and Ayabe Station, being coupled with a limited-express train set starting and terminating at the Fukuchiyama area, such as 'Tanba'; at Ayabe Station they are decoupled into a four-car train set for Fukuchiyama and a three-car train set for Kyoto.
  448. All the trains are JR (West) Suburban Train Series 223, model No.1000s, or JR (West) Suburban Train Series 223, model No.2000s.
  449. All the trains were imported from England.
  450. All the trees in many places are bred by people's hands through means of grafting and other techniques.
  451. All the troops were not told to stay in the castle at any price.
  452. All the troops were transferred to Yamagimoto Airport in Nara Prefecture.
  453. All the unified countries in the world will come together on to the country ?.'
  454. All the universe is substantial and has all the nine factors at its onset.
  455. All the video games are subject to inclusion in the database.
  456. All the while, he devoted himself to the financial prosperity of the Kujo family but it did not work, and the reason for his failure to make greetings in return for the conferment of the position of Kanpaku was the financial hardship.
  457. All the works of Kurama Tengu
  458. All the works ranging from the management of the museum to the selection and collection of the artworks were entrusted to YASHIRO.
  459. All the years in the texts are cited by the Julian calendar, and all the dates and months are cited by the Japanese calendar, and during the Choryaku era (1037-1039) in the Senmei calendar.
  460. All the yomi-fuda are set reversed on the tatami and the players take turns revering one card at a time.
  461. All these conditions had deadlines of several weeks, and if any one of them had been delayed, the company had to close the mine.
  462. All these facts suggest that some doubt remains that some of the genealogy records may have been adjusted to conform to the folklore.
  463. All these tea bowls are said to have been made in the Southern Sung period, but the makers are unknown.
  464. All these theories were proposed after the Meiji period by karate experts and researchers, but none of them is supported by specific historical documents.
  465. All they can do is just to have a strong faith in Buddha and call upon myogo of Amida (Invocation of the Buddha's name).
  466. All they could do was show their dissatisfaction by telling that ujigami of abolished shrines would curse those who carried out such acts.
  467. All they had to do was just to take clean water from somewhere and sell it with sugar.
  468. All this can be interpreted to mean that someone from the Minamoto or Taira clans, or even from the noble Fujiwara clan, could become Seii Taishogun.
  469. All this shows that the government was trying to maintain the essence of the Ritsuryo system.
  470. All this stir helped an unknown poetess from Osaka leap into literary fame, and captivated younger readers.
  471. All those stones are located along a route taken by Benkei to Hiraizumi, and those stones have their own version of legend, such as "the stone Benkei carried," "the stone Benkei sat on," or "the stone cut by Benkei."
  472. All those who had participated in Shinzei's overthrow and demise, regardless of whether they belonged to the Goshirakawa Insei faction or the Nijo direct rule faction, had now been annihilated.
  473. All three buildings are built in Kasuga-zukuri style (a style of shrine architecture employed in main sanctuaries, which has the same basic form as that of the Kasuga Taisha Shrine).
  474. All three of these men were heavily involved in battles as military commanders on the side of the Southern Court during the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan); when the Southern Court fell into decline, they all, as noblemen central to the Southern Court's existence, were unable to leave behind any descendants.
  475. All three of these rapid trains departing from Kashiwara as their first station for JR Nanba are set according the timetable to be connected with direct rapid trains on the same platform at Kyuhoji.
  476. All three routes began their operations on October 1, 1994.
  477. All three sons married woman from the Tonami domain.
  478. All three were wise subordinates of Emperor Godaigo; they were promoted to the rank of gon dainagon (provisional major counselor), which was incredible for their ancestries, and engaged in government practices.
  479. All through his life, Hokkai did not take a liking to writing his own book, and there were none that became published when he was alive; but book of his songs were complied and published by his disciples after his death.
  480. All toji throughout Akita Prefecture are called 'Sannai Toji' at present.
  481. All tondenhei were mobilized into the Seinan War, and took part in pursuit battles in the Hitoyoshi region.
  482. All torifuda are pkaced on a flat surface - in many cases, on "tatami" (floor mats for Japanese-style rooms) - so that they can be seen easily by the players.
  483. All town names in the east part of the Shimogyo Ward are independent names, and in the west part, town names are prefixed by former village names such as 'Chudoji' or 'Nish Shichijo.'
  484. All train sets are operated as ordinary cars (railway vehicles).
  485. All trains affiliated with the Nara Train Depot are six-car sets (greenish brown).
  486. All trains are 6 cars long now, but there are some stations long enough for trains with more than 6 cars.
  487. All trains are operated between Umeda Station and Kawaramachi Station, so there is no train that operates only in a limited section.
  488. All trains are operated between Umeda Station and Kawaramachi Station, so there is no train whose operation is limited to a certain section.
  489. All trains are pulled by Kokutetsu Diesel Locomotives Type DD51.
  490. All trains are run with a single operator and no conductors.
  491. All trains began running as two-car trains, and the operation of single-car trains was terminated.
  492. All trains directly connect to the Hakubi Line or the Yamaguchi Line, but no trains complete operation within the area of the Sanin Main Line.
  493. All trains except limited express ones stop at this station now (for a period of time, the rapid express trains that ran on the Kintetsu Kyoto Line also stopped at this station), but only local trains stopped here until the Karasuma Line of Kyoto Municipal Subway started operations in 1988.
  494. All trains except those classified as limited expresses currently stop at this station; however, during their time of operation the rapid express trains for Kyoto Line did not stop at this station but would overpass it instead.
  495. All trains make a stop at each station.
  496. All trains on the Kintetsu Kyoto Line stop at this station.
  497. All trains operate under a timetable that takes into account connections with the Yamatoji Line's Yamatoji Rapid service, Rapid and Regional Rapid services.
  498. All trains operated on the Kyoto Line began arriving at and departing from Umeda Station.
  499. All trains run with only a driver, although some occasionally have a conductor as well.
  500. All trains stop at this station, including the 'Tango Explorer' and 'Tango Discovery' limited express trains.
  501. All trains stop at this station.
  502. All trains stopped at each station and made six round trips.
  503. All trains stopped at each station.
  504. All trains that run on the Maizuru Line stop at this station, and it is also a terminus for Kitakinki Tango Railway.
  505. All trains travel directly from Eizan Railway's Eizan Main Line.
  506. All trains use the cars of the JR (West) Suburban Train Series 223, model No. 1000s or the JR (West) Suburban Train Series 223, model No. 2000s, and they're operated in units of eight or 12 cars.
  507. All trains used to run up to Nishi-Akashi thanks to the revision of the timetable made in 1998, but under the current timetable that was introduced in 2006, trains starting from Kyoto during the daytime turn back at Suma.
  508. All trains were switched to the power collector system.
  509. All trains, except for the 'Misuzu Shiosai' sightseeing train (running directly to Shimonoseki), run without conductors on board and basically connect to the Mine Line directly, except for some trains that shuttle within this section.
  510. All triangular-rimmed mirrors were unearthed from tumuli and there are no triangular-rimmed mirrors from tombs in the Yayoi Period, which was the time of Yamatai.'
  511. All twelve reliefs exist in complete condition.
  512. All two scrolls of "Ashide-e Wakan Roeishu Sho" of shihon bokusho (ink on paper) (possessed by Kyoto National Museum) were copied from "Wakan Roei Shu", (Collection of Sung Japanese and Chinese poems) on ryoshi (paper for writing) on which Ashide-e was painted.
  513. All used a kettle, bucket and drinking vessel; those with no tea utensils were permitted to substitute other items they brought along.
  514. All usho of Nagara-gawa River
  515. All uta awase were held with the support of distinguished persons, which suggests that she had a high reputation.
  516. All vassals came to put on a shitagasane with a separated hem in the Kamakura period.
  517. All wall panels were gilded.
  518. All we can rely on now is the heart of the people," but she simply cut ties with the Boxers after the fall of Beijing, and commoners lost trust in the attitude of the Empress and the Qing dynasty.
  519. All were children of 3rd rank officials and good families, and much was expected of these elite children.
  520. All were formed with elements passed down from the Jomon culture and elements brought from the Korean Peninsula, and there were various characteristics of grave components in each region.
  521. All were silent picture films.
  522. All were star gods related to Venus, representing knives in gogyo-setsu (the theory of the five elements), which made them feared as Araburu Kami (malignant gods) in terms of the almanac and orientation.
  523. All-Japan Karaoke Industrialist Association
  524. All-night operation on the Keihan Lines is somewhat more frequently practiced in comparison with the other lines of other railway companies in the Kansai district.
  525. All-powerful Emperors as the creators and rulers of all things
  526. All-purpose area
  527. All-purpose ground
  528. All-you-can-eat Leek from Kujo is placed in a colander on a table.
  529. Allday tours
  530. Alleged Incest Theory
  531. Alleged inheritances
  532. Allegedly he had six to seven wives, each of whom he visited every night, so he would often sleep until noon.
  533. Allegedly she died sitting upright and facing to the west.
  534. Allegedly this is because of the influence of instant noodles that started to be sold at that time.
  535. Allegedly, Jyuichimen Keka in Todai-ji Temple was done firstly in 752.
  536. Allegedly, Onyumyojin, who was the origin of Omizutori, went fishing and was late for this.
  537. Allegedly, Ryoma told Saigo, "I will manage Kaientai, looking toward the world." Munemitsu MUTSU who shared the table with them, also allegedly remembered this scene and spoke about it in every opportunity.
  538. Allegedly, although Nagahide MIYOSHI, the son of Yukinaga MIYOSHI, separated from his father and fled to Ise Province, Takakuni HOSOKAWA spread the dragnet and put Nagahide to death in Ujiyamada.
  539. Allegedly, it was a great favorite of Hideyori TOYOTOMI and was served at Nobunaga ODA's last supper in Honno-ji Temple.
  540. Allegedly, the first store that mixed chicken bone white broth with pork bone broth.
  541. Allergy
  542. Allergy alert
  543. Alliance
  544. Alliance with Nobunaga ODA
  545. Alliances made in an uprising were tight-knit like a military partnership aiming at countering the interference, and they dissolved when the goal was achieved or when the threat disappeared.
  546. Allied forces consisting of the US, England, Germany, Italy and Russia will come against the country ?.'
  547. Allied with the victorious imperial side during the Hogen war, when the Heiji war broke out he stood on the sidelines and observed, and didn't join with MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo, who was of the Kawachi Genji (descended from MINAMOTO no Yorinobu, the younger brother of Yorimitsu), supporting Kiyomori instead.
  548. Allocation of Contents to Individual Volumes
  549. Allotment gardens (Klein Garten): Seventeen land parcels, yearly rent
  550. Allotment gardens for single-day users: Twenty-one land parcels, yearly rent
  551. Allotment of cultivated lands to the peasants which had been the basis of the equal-field system, was gradually neglected, leading to the zuyongdiao system becoming neglected and, in 780, being replaced with the liangshui system.
  552. Allotment was 1000 koku, and a stipend of 1500 bales of rice was provided.
  553. Allotment was 1000 koku, and a stipend of 600 koku in rice was provided.
  554. Allotment was 1000 koku, and a stipend of 700 bales of rice was provided.
  555. Allotment was 2000 koku, and a stipend of 1500 bales of rice was provided.
  556. Allotment was 2000 koku, and a stipend of 500 bales of rice was provided.
  557. Allow Me to State Briefly
  558. Allow me to state briefly; beware of fire; do not make Osen cry; keep the horse fat.'
  559. Allowance to jochu was mainly in kind like rice, gold, fuchi (monthly provided food), Yunoki (firewood for bath), Gosaigin (silver for buying miso [bean paste] and salt), oil and so on.
  560. Allowed to go to Tenjo.
  561. Allowed to take one of the kanji characters from the imina (personal name) of Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA, Seii taishogun (literally, the "great general who subdues the barbarians") at the time, he was named 'Akizane.'
  562. Allowing for the age of European painting, he made his several disciples study under western-style painters.
  563. Allowing foreign troops to be stationed in Beijing eventually triggered the Marco Polo Bridge Incident.
  564. Alluring Factors
  565. Almost 100% of the conveyer belts that move sushi plates in Kaitenzushi restaurants are manufactured in Ishikawa Prefecture with the two strongest ? about sixty percent by Ishino Seisakusho (distributed by Kitanihon-Kakoh) in Kanazawa City and about forty percent by Japan Crescent in Yokoe-cho, Hakusan City.
  566. Almost 210,000 people (including civilian war workers) participated in the war, of them 30,000 people died.
  567. Almost all are bowls typified by Ido tea bowl.
  568. Almost all customers who take the raw egg make tamago kake gohan (there are some exceptions of putting it in miso soup or swallowing it).
  569. Almost all details of his life and career remain unknown, including even the year in which he was born and that in which he died, but what is known is that he was a jizamurai who lived in Hasshoji village in Keta county (Tottori Prefecture today).
  570. Almost all doors were sliding doors, Fusuma-shoji were used for inner partitioning and Akari-shoji or Koshidaka-shoji was set inside Mairado on the three tracks along a veranda.
  571. Almost all important persons in the kana calligraphy world belonged to the "Naniwazu-kai."
  572. Almost all of the Japanese ideas of the hell came from the Chinese ones, but they are not always the same as Chinese ones in some degree.
  573. Almost all of the literature describing the secret ceremonies and rules of the Tachikawa-ryu school were lost through book burning.
  574. Almost all of these areas are located in eastern Asia, but some of them extend to central Asia.
  575. Almost all people of the Yamato race speak Japanese or Japanese sign language as their mother tongue.
  576. Almost all sengoku daimyo were from shugo daimyo (shugo, which were Japanese provincial military governors, that became daimyo, which were Japanese feudal lords), shugodai (deputy of shugo, provincial constable) and kokujin (local samurai).
  577. Almost all statues have just one face, but as belief in Daitokuten proliferated throughout Japan, Sanmen (three-faced) Daikokuten, which combine Daikokuten, Bishamonten, and Benzaiten into one body, began to appear.
  578. Almost all the modern and postmodern administrative districts called Oaza have developed from those once existed spontaneous villages.
  579. Almost all the outlets of Yoshinoya started to sell 'beef yakiniku bowl,' which used Australian beef.
  580. Almost all trains depart directly from Demachiyanagi jStation on the Eizan Line.
  581. Almost all trains run the entire line, but most passengers use Higashi-Maizuru Station and Nishi-Maizuru Station, both of which serve Maizuru, a major city in northern Kyoto Prefecture, with the other stations, except Nishi-Maizuru Station, being used by fewer people.
  582. Almost always nucellus derived from nucellar cells grow.
  583. Almost at the same time as the above incidents, in two lands of tenryo (bakufu-owned land), Date and Shinobu Counties of Mutsu Province, an uprising Shindatsu Sodo (or Shindatsu Ikki) occurred, demanding the abolition of a new contribution imposed to the producers of raw silk and seat paper called 'Kiito narabini Sanshushi Kaiin' (enforced in 1865).
  584. Almost concurrently, gakuso was established in Nanto and Tennoji, and gakunin, the musicians who belonged to these gakuso were also invited to the Imperial court to perform gagaku.
  585. Almost identical stories are contained in "Uji Shui Monogatari" (a collection of the Tales of Uji) and "Konjaku Monogatari" (The tales of Times Now Past).
  586. Almost immediately after the defeat, Emperor Komei passed away.
  587. Almost no one had knowledge concerning a concrete image of Kokufu.
  588. Almost no trees were cut since 1990s, and the artificial forests of Japanese cedar tress planted in the era when trees were cut on a large scale in 1950s and later have been repopulated.
  589. Almost of the arms of each statue are replaced by those made in later years.
  590. Almost of the songs of Noh which are currently played were written in Muromachi period and have been strictly selected until today.
  591. Almost only the Japan Orthodox Church has a strong tendency to use the term 'matsuri' singularly, excluding some exceptions.
  592. Almost synonymous with 'Insenpo.'
  593. Almost the entire Hojo clan died in the battle or killed themselves, resulting in the collapse of the clan.
  594. Almost the entire region is mountainous except the main basins, Shuzan--the former site of Keihoku town office-and Uzu, and the Katsura-gawa River runs as if it connects these basins.
  595. Almost the same materials for Shamisen are used; nowadays, for the neck part, koki (literally, red wood) or Shitan (rosewood) is used or quince (Fabaceae) for popular versions, and for the main body, Chinese quince is used, with leather of cat or dog and silk strings utilized as well.
  596. Alna Sharyo Co., Ltd.
  597. Aloha Zakura Cherry
  598. Alone among Takeda soldiers who desperately sought to flee from the battlefield, Morinobu NISHINA put up stubborn resistance till the end to show the true power of a Takeda samurai.
  599. Alone in the boat Shinsuke discloses his love to Oyomi.
  600. Alone now, Yoshihiro continued to fight on, trying to kill Mitsuie, but he was surrounded and in the end used up all his strength, letting out a great shout, saying 'Yoshihiro OUCHI, great military commander without peer, now enters the next life.
  601. Along Arashiyama-Takao Park Way, there are Shobudaniike Amusement Park, Misoradai Amusement Park, Dog Run Wanyuu Land, a herb garden, and a fishing pond.
  602. Along Marutamachi-dori Street
  603. Along Ote-dori Street there used to be Nagasakiya, Nagaoka Daiwa (department store), Ichimura Department Store, Marusen Department Store and Marudai (Niigata Prefecture) Nagaoka Store, which was affiliated with Ito-Yokado.
  604. Along Senbon-dori Street on the east side of the station, the Kyoto Dental Association Oral Health Center and the JR Nijo Station NK Building opened in September 2000 and on March 1, 2006, respectively.
  605. Along Shijo-dori Street, there is a shopping street continuing from Kawaramachi-dori street.
  606. Along the Choshi Dentetsu Co., ltd, a statue with a pheasant on its head which stands for 'Binbo-wo-tori (bird)' (remove poverty) at Kasagami-Kurohae Station and a statue with a dog on its head which stands for 'Binbo-ga-inu (dog)' (there is no poverty) at Inubo Station were place around the same time as the one with the monkey.
  607. Along the Nakasen-do corridor to the west of Kano-juku (Kano, Gifu City), the Tokai-do Line was newly constructed replacing the original Tokai-do Road which crossed over the Suzuka mountain range in Mie Prefecture on the Pacific coast.
  608. Along the bus route, there are New Town and Kansai Science City (Seika/Nishi Kizu Area).
  609. Along the course three wooden pillars were set up as markers.
  610. Along the extension of the Kamanza-dori Street, Wakamiya-dori Street runs between Shichijo-dori Street and Shichijo-dori Street.
  611. Along the journey, the two of them compose kyogen verses (satirical tanka (poem consisting of thirty-one syllables) verses) and create puns and jokes, play pranks, repeatedly making mistakes and creating a riot wherever they go.
  612. Along the main street extending from the station there are many education-related enterprises, such as cram schools and preparatory schools.
  613. Along the middle and lower Kizu-gawa River to the north of Kizugawa City run the Nara Line (West Japan Railway Company) and the National Route 24 on the east side of the river and the Katamachi Line (West Japan Railway Company) and the Kintetsu Kyoto Line (Kintetsu Railway) on the west side.
  614. Along the outer side of the mound a moat was built measuring about a dozen meters wide and about four meters deep at the maximum.
  615. Along the road, there are many gift shops and restaurants for tourists.
  616. Along the same vein, the rat became Daikokuten's divine messenger because of a myth that a rat saved Okuninushi from being burnt to death after the god was tricked by Susanoo (for more information, see the myth of Okuninushi no mikoto's visit to Nenokuni, lit. "root land").
  617. Along the seashore of the Tango peninsular facing Japan Sea, this park includes Amanohashidate, one of the three most beautiful viewing sites in Japan, Funaya-gun (boat houses) in Ine and Kotohiki-hama Beach famous for naki-suna (the sand that makes sound when treaded on it).
  618. Along the way, Imperial Prince and his subjects encountered Shoji IMOSE from a local clan which served their enemy, and they begged him to pass them through.
  619. Along the way, former Shogunate forces such as the Denshu-tai (French-trained special unit) fought against the new government's forces around Oyama Castle in Shimotsuke Province and at Utsunomiya Castle.
  620. Along the way, the ranks of the shogunal army swelled until in the end, if the "Azuma kagami" can be believed, they had assembled an army of 190,000 horsemen.
  621. Along these lines, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI issued the Bateren Tsuihorei (an edict expelling the Jesuit missionaries), putting Christian daimyo under intensified political pressure.
  622. Along this line, tsubo-sen was also imposed by the local government.
  623. Along with "Kanjincho" performed in the morning, it was the first-ever joint appearance by Danjuro and Tojuro.
  624. Along with "Kanshoku Hisho" and "Shokugensho," this book is a typical instruction manual of the court official system during medieval times.
  625. Along with "Sanjo-wasan," which was also written by Shinran, it was established by Rennyo, the eighth chief priest of Hongan-ji Temple, to be read in the morning and evening as a devotional exercise for priests and common people, as is still done in the present day.
  626. Along with "Shomonki" (The Chronicle of Masakado), it is considered to be the progenitor of Japan's war chronicles.
  627. Along with "Sugawara Denju Tenarai Kagami" (Sugawara's secrets of calligraphy) and "Kanadehon Chushingura" (The Treasury of Loyal Retainers), which were created subsequently, Yoshitsune Senbonzakura came to be referred to as one of the three greatest works of Gidayu Kyogen (Kabuki adaptations of puppet plays).
  628. Along with "Sugawara denju tenaraikagami" (Sugawara's secrets of calligraphy) and "Yoshitsune Senbonzakura" (Yoshitsune and One Thousand Cherry Trees), "Kanadehon Chushingura" is considered as one of the three masterpieces of ningyo joruri plays, and it has influenced various works in other fields since then.
  629. Along with "iekazu jinba aratame-cho" (the survey register made per village in the Edo period on the number of houses, people, horses, and others), kenchi-cho functioned as the basic register for the feudal lord to rule the land and the people.
  630. Along with 'Manyoshu (Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves)' and 'Kokin,' it produced one of the three major styles of poetry--'Shinkokincho' (tone poems seen in 'New Collection of Ancient and Modern Poetry')--and had great influence not only on waka poems but also on the later renga, haikai (seventeen-syllable verse) and yokyoku (Noh song).
  631. Along with 'Scene of all members at the Inase-gawa River' of "Aotozoshi hana no nishikie" (Picture of flower of Aorozoshi) (Shiranami Gonin Otoko [a group of five dandy thieves]), this is an Act that is filled with beauty of style.
  632. Along with 'Shippoku,' Hanamaki soba is mentioned in the Rakugo story entitled 'Tokisoba.'
  633. Along with 'Yabusame' and 'Inu oumono' forms of horseback archery around that time, they occurred under the collective title of 'three horseback archery forms' at various locations.
  634. Along with 'Zhou Chu fudoki' written by Zhou Chu under the General Who pacified the West in the Western Jin Dynasty, it is thought that 'Ji zhou fudoki' written by Lu Zhi, 'Rinkai fudoki' written by Shen Ying, and 'Northern Wei fudoki' exist as fudoki which are believed to have been written by Kyoshi RIKU.
  635. Along with 'blueprint' and 'specification of a newly built building,' it was specified as a national important cultural property in May 1979.
  636. Along with (Left and Right) Emonfu (Headquarters of the Outer Palace Guards) and (Left and Right) Hyoefu (Headquarters of the Middle Palace Guards), they are collectively called 'Rokuefu' (six guard divisions).
  637. Along with 6 Imperial Princes and 2 guno (second highest rank of the court rank in ancient China), who were active during the nation-building time and whose hereditary privileges were recognized, there are 4 Imperial Princes who were allowed heredity because of their great achievements during the middle period and the end of the Qing dynasty.
  638. Along with Adashino and Toribeno, it was one of the places in which sky burials had been conducted since the construction of Heian-kyo City.
  639. Along with Akifusa MANABE and Hakuseki, Ietsugu continued Shotoku no chi (political reforms), following Ienobu's will.
  640. Along with Amenokoyane (ancestor, worshipped as a god, of the Nakatomi clan) he is a god of rituals.
  641. Along with Amida Nyorai which promises peaceful death, Yakushi Nyorai attracted the most worshippers in Japan.
  642. Along with Buson YOSA, he is known as a successful artist of literati painting (Nanga).
  643. Along with Chion-ji Temple (Miyatsu City, Kyoto Prefecture) and Daisho-ji Temple (Takahata-machi, Yamagata Prefecture), it composes the Three Monju in Japan.
  644. Along with Daitoku-ji Temple, Myoshin-ji Temple is representative of strict Rinka temples that were characterized by an emphasis on training.
  645. Along with Dazaifu-tenmangu Shrine in Fukuoka Prefecture, Kitano-tenmangu Shrine is central to faith in Tenjin, and the divided enshrined deity has been ceremonially transferred from the shrine to new locations throughout the country.
  646. Along with Denjibei FUNATSU in Gunma Prefecture and Senji NARA in Kagawa Prefecture, he is known as one of the "three best exemplary farmers of Meiji Period," who developed and established the agricultural methods in Japan.
  647. Along with European poaceous pollen hay fever and North American ragweed pollen hay fever, it is one of the three most prevalent forms of pollinosis worldwide.
  648. Along with FUJIWARA no Yoshiyuki, the third ranking officer of the Tsuibushi Hankan (the Office of Police and Judicial Chief) and OKURA no Haruzane, the fourth ranking officer of the Sankan (secretary), he fought FUJIWARA no Sumitomo's army, who attacked the Dazaifu, at Hakatatsu.
  649. Along with Government policies on religions during the Pacific War, each of the new and old schools of the Shingon sect were unified into the Daishingon sect (literally, a larger Shingon sect) in 1941.
  650. Along with Hanzo OKATO and Yasube TAKEDA, he founded Chita Shikoku 88 sacred places.
  651. Along with Hokkai EMURA of Kyoto and Hokkai IRIE of Edo, he was referred to as the three Hokkai of three cities (Kyoto, Edo, and Osaka).
  652. Along with Hongan-ji Temple of enlarged Shinran mausoleum, Bukko-ji Temple became a center for the dissemination of Shinshu nenbutsu to the Kinki region and western parts of Japan.
  653. Along with Ichiryo Koban, Ichibukin whose value is one fourth of Ichiryo Koban, was cast constantly during Edo period at the same time of Koban, and its gold carat is the same as Koban, ryome is one fourth of Koban,used as standard money like Koban.
  654. Along with Imamairi no tsubone (also known as Oima) and Mochiie ARIMA, Suketo was a leading figure in the shogunate at one point and these three were referred to as 'sanma' (three demons), three persons with their names containing the letter 'ma' (demon) such as Oima, Karasuma and Arima).
  655. Along with Imperial Prince Kuniie who also had many children, Sadayuki is regarded as the person who led the prosperity of the Fushiminomiya family.
  656. Along with Japan's high economic growth, the number of people who learned tea ceremony increased at an explosive rate but Ura-senke promoting popularization captured vast majority of the market share of the tea ceremony followers and Omote-senke consequently found themselves playing second fiddle to Ura-senke.
  657. Along with Joseph Hardy NEESIMA (Joe NIIJIMA), one of the founders of the Doshisha, and Masanao NAKAMURA, a liberalist professor of the University of Tokyo, he was known as one of the three pillars of the Christian world.
  658. Along with Kamigamo-jinja Shrine, this shrine has been revered by the Imperial Court since before the Nara period.
  659. Along with Kamo-wakeikazuchi-jinja Shrine (Kamigamo-jinja Shrine, or 'Upper Kamo Shrine') it enshrines ancient ujigami of the Kamo clan, and the pair generally being referred to as Kamo-jinja Shrine (Kamo-sha) and treated as paired shrines.
  660. Along with Kamomioya-jinja Shrine (Shimogamo-jinja Shrine, or 'Lower Kamo Shrine') it enshrines ancient ujigami of the Kamo clan, and the pair generally being referred to as Kamo-jinja Shrine (Kamo-sha) and treated as paired shrines.
  661. Along with Kazumasa ISHIKAWA, Naomasa made a significant contribution as a diplomat, of which there were few among the vassals of the Tokugawa clan, and, along with Masanobu HONDA, was regarded by Ieyasu as a man of wisdom needed to take the reins of government.
  662. Along with Kisha (to shoot an arrow with riding a horse), Busha (to shoot an arrow while walking) was also performed an important military art during the medieval period and modern times even after the appearance of firearms.
  663. Along with Kishimojin (Goddess of Children), Jurasetsunyo are Goho zenjin (good deities protecting dharma) in Hoke-kyo Sutra (the Lotus Sutra).
  664. Along with Kitaro NISHIDA, he was a thinker representative of the Kyoto School.
  665. Along with Kiyomizu-dera Temple in Kyoto and Hase-dera Temple in Nara Prefecture, Ishiyama-dera Temple is one of the foremost Kannon Pilgrimages, being the stamp office for temple number 13 of the Saigoku Sanjusankasho (the 33 temples that are visited during the Kansai Kannon Pilgrimage) in western Japan.
  666. Along with Kobunji ICHIKAWA and a number of other actors, TAKEI acted in the film titled "Tenka Taiheiki" (Peace on Earth) produced by Chie Pro, the first film to be shot in Narabigaoka Studio (filming started on May 16, 1928), and the movie was distributed and released by 'Kanshu Renmei' on June 15, 1928.
  667. Along with Koho Kennichi, he was called the "great Kanromon Sutra".
  668. Along with Korean, Vietnamese, Cambodian, and Thai cuisine, Japanese cuisine was also historically affected by Chinese food culture.
  669. Along with Kukai, he was a renowned calligrapher in his day; however, only the following signed examples of his works have been preserved.
  670. Along with Kurama-dera Temple, Kifune-jinja Shrine is a popular excursion stop as a sightseeing spot which enables visitors to experience the time of MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune and Benkei.
  671. Along with Kutsu-jima Island, the islands have been designated by Kyoto Prefecture as the Kanmurijima and Kutsujima islands game reserve (collective breeding place) (the total area of both islands is 471 hectares, with 44 hectares being set aside as a special protection area).
  672. Along with MINAMOTO no Toshiyori, he took a lively part as a leader in waka circles during the regime of cloistered government.
  673. Along with Minoru MURATA, Daisuke ITO (film director) and Tomotaka TASAKA, he left Nikkatsu and established a new film company but this was soon dissolved.
  674. Along with Mizuhanome (Mitsuhanome no Kami), it is the leading god of water in Japan.
  675. Along with Myoha SHUNOKU and Chushin ZEKKAI, he is well-known for his familiarity with Chinese culture and is considered as a representative Kyoto Gozan (Five Great zen Temples of Kyoto) academic priest.
  676. Along with Nankaku HATTORI, Nankai GION, and Kien YANAGISAWA, he was considered as the founder of the Japanese nanga.
  677. Along with Nanpo Shomyo, he was called the "great Kanromon Sutra".
  678. Along with Nodate, people can enjoy writing or presenting Haiku or Waka poems.
  679. Along with Onmyoji (Master of Yin yang) gaining power, their thoughts which became a mode of life were transformed to Japan-specific thoughts, and have been passed down to the modern age.
  680. Along with Razan HAYASHI/Kassho NABA/Kyoan HORI he formed part of the 'Kamon big four.'
  681. Along with Ryotei SHINGU, he was praised as one of the two great Ranpoi in Kyoto.
  682. Along with SEN no Rikyu and Sokyu IMAI, he was referred to as the 'three great masters of tea ceremony.'
  683. Along with Shichijo Omiya Bussho, the central figures were the direct kindred of Jocho and their disciples.
  684. Along with Shiki (ritsuryo system) and Ryo (ritsuryo system), Tsukasa was mainly placed under the ministries (Nakatsukasasho, Jibusho, Gyobusho, Hyobusho, Okurasho, and Kunaisho), Emonfu, and Kyoshiki to be in charge of clerical work.
  685. Along with Shinkomaya (Kaisha NAKAMURA, killed in an air-raid), Takasagoya was a great onnagata who had supported Kansai kabuki, and he was famous for his excellent skills among kabuki fans in Kanto.
  686. Along with Shinsengumi (a group who guarded Kyoto during the end of Tokugawa Shogunate), Mimawarigumi specialized in clamping down on those forces which opposed the bakufu, and not offenders.
  687. Along with Sogi IO, he built up the golden age of renga.
  688. Along with Sontoku NINOMIYA and Masashige KUSUNOKI, he was lauded as a model for moral training in prewar education.
  689. Along with Sotatsu TAWARAYA and Korin OGATA, and as the founder of the Rin school of painting, his influence over future Japanese culture was significant
  690. Along with Taizo-in Temple and Doshin-in Temple, it is one of the sub-temples that are open to the public all year round.
  691. Along with Takaokami no kami, she is a representative deity of water (Suijin - deity of water) in Japan.
  692. Along with Takaosan Jingo-ji Temple and Tsuganoosan Kozan-ji Temple it is one of the three famous "o" temples.
  693. Along with Takatsugu ITO and Motosuke KURITA, the former Shonai Clan retainer Noritsune SAKAI visited Kagoshima to hear Saigo's story concerning Seikanron (debate on subjugation of Korea).
  694. Along with Yasukage AMANO and Kiyonaga KORIKI, Shigetsugu was one of the three magistrates of Mikawa Province from the period of Ieyasu's, and exerted his talent in legislative affairs.
  695. Along with Yoshimasa's wet nurse Imamairi no tsubone (also called Oima) and the cousin of Yoshimasa's mother Suketo KARASUMA, Mochiie was known as an influential aide to Yoshimasa, and these three were called 'Sanma' (three 'ma') because their names, Oima, Karasuma and Arima, all include the syllable of 'ma' in them.
  696. Along with Yoshinobu, ONAKATOMI no Sukechika, and Ise no Taifu, Yorimoto was an originator of waka poems of the Onakatomi clan.
  697. Along with an affinity for 'Sencha' green tea, it is said that Jozan was also a fine creator of gardens
  698. Along with both "Hojo-ki (The Ten-Foot-Square Hut)," written by KAMO no Chomei, and "Tsurezuregusa (Essays in Idleness)" written by Kenko YOSHIDA, it is called one of the three Japanese major lists, histories and satires.
  699. Along with colleague missionaries, he began translating the Gospel in 1872.
  700. Along with development of the modern self-governing laws, the Gonin-gumi disappeared as a legal system; however, the tonarigumi (neighborhood association [established in Japan in 1940]) system during World War II took over its characteristics.
  701. Along with expansion of villages, people began to perform rituals in provisional funeral halls set up in plain fields.
  702. Along with films, one of Toei's core operations is said to be the excessive production of TV programs.
  703. Along with fushin bugyo and kofushin bugyo, the three posts were known as shimosan bugyo (three commissioners, mainly in charge of repair and management).
  704. Along with gameni dish, mizutaki is selected as a local dish of Fukuoka Prefecture in the hundred best local dishes of rural areas.
  705. Along with gyokusai (honorable suicide, literally, jade shards), it is the term glorifying death in battle.
  706. Along with hanbakama (short hakama) made of leopard pelt and an obi (sash) like a rope of monkey trainer, chasen-mage (hairstyle like a tea whisk) that was made up high with a light green flat braid were the elements of his bizarre appearance.
  707. Along with his brother Yoshisuke WAKIYA, Yoshisada defeated the troops of Naoyoshi ASHIKAGA and Moroyasu KO in the Battle of Yahagigawa (Okazaki City, Aichi Prefecture) as well as in the Battle of Tegoshigawara (Suruga Ward, Shizuoka City, Shizuoka Prefecture).
  708. Along with his brothers Kunitomo, Kunikiyo, Kunuyoshi, Arikuni, and Kunitsuna AWATAGUCHI, they are called Awataguchi six brothers.
  709. Along with his brothers, MINAMOTO no Tokiwa, MINAMOTO no Sadamu and MINAMOTO no Toru, he was called the Saga Genji clan and he became very powerful within the Imperial Court.
  710. Along with his cousin--and wife's father--Sanjo Udaijin (Minister of the Right), or in other words FUJIWARA no Sadakata, he is considered one of the foremost poets of his generation, and regularly hosted gatherings of poets such as KI no Tsurayuki and OSHIKOCHI no Mitsune at his home.
  711. Along with his father he allied with the Western forces during the Battle of Sekigahara and defended the Tamatsukuriguchi entrance to Osaka Casle in July 1600 and in September participated in the Battle of Otsu-jo Castle however, he capitulated after hearing of defeat in the major battle.
  712. Along with his grandfather MINAMOTO no Yorinobu, father MINAMOTO no Yoriyoshi, and older brother MINAMOTO no Yoshiie, MINAMOTO no Yoshimitsu deified Tsuboi Gongen as the local Shinto deity of the Minamoto Clan, established at the Tsuboi Hachimangu Shrine.
  713. Along with his grandfather and father, Gyojin was a waka poet who succeeded the tradition of Nijo school and his waka poems were selected in chokusen wakashu (the anthology of Japanese poetry compiled by the Imperial order) such as Shingoshui Wakashu (New Later Collection of Gleanings of Japanese poetry).
  714. Along with his mentor priest Soko and Zuiho MENZAN, he advocated the restoration of the sect's tradition and strived for the rehabilitation of shiho (succession of the lineage of sect) and kiku (regulations) in the sect.
  715. Along with his son Ukon (Shigetomo) TAKAYAMA, he was known as a most early Kirishitan daimyo (Christian feudal lord).
  716. Along with introduction of the 'happy Monday' system, from 2000 this holiday was set to be on the second Monday of January, in effect a Monday between 8 and 14 January.
  717. Along with it, in the Muromachi period, the territory (fief) system of shugo made progress.
  718. Along with local official Morimasa SAEGUSA, Kiyohiro invaded into Yatsushiro no sho commanding his force and removed boji, plundered nengu (land tax), arrested local farmers, confined or injured shrine associates while eliminating the resistance of any shrine associates.
  719. Along with nagauta (a long epic song with shamisen accompaniment), it is a traditional form of Japanese music that represents 'utaimono' (a musical piece that emphasizes the melody instead of the lyrics).
  720. Along with other continental cultures, it was introduced into Japan in the Nara period.
  721. Along with other temples such as Ninna-ji Temple and Daikaku-ji Temple, it is known for its relationship to the imperial household, but the time and circumstances of its construction remain unclear.
  722. Along with others including Monkan and Chuen, he participated in Emperor Godaigo's plot to overthrow of the shogunate; recruiting warrior monks from temples such as Enryaku-ji Temple, Todai-ji Temple and Kofuku-ji Temple, and praying for the spiritual safety of the Hojo clan.
  723. Along with progress of development of railway network, transportation by lake declined.
  724. Along with records written by Sotatsu and Sobon of Tenoojiya, they were referred to as "Tennojiya-kaiki" (a record of the tea ceremony at Tennojiya), and they have become historical documents that tell the relations and incidents of the warlords of those times.
  725. Along with sokuikanjo actually performed by the emperor during the enthronement ceremony, mudra and mantra to practice at the enthronement ceremony called sokuiho have been handed down by the Tendai and Shingon sects.
  726. Along with that Seii Taishogun was the highest authority of the warrior families and Japan's substantive sovereign.
  727. Along with that, Mitsuhide called on the Kumishita daimyos (daimyos who served under powerful bushos) to join his camp, but father and son Yusai HOSOKAWA and Tadaoki HOSOKAWA, who were his relatives through marriage, showed a stance to maintain a neutral position by shaving their heads on June 3 to express their claimed intention of 'taking to mourning.'
  728. Along with the "Teishinko-ki," the diary of his father FUJIWARA no Tadahira, and "Rihoo ki," the diary of Shikibu-kyo (the Highness of Ceremonial), Imperial Prince Shigeakira, it is an important historical source for knowing the political history of the mid-Heian period.
  729. Along with the Fudo Myoo in To-ji's Miedo, it is one of the oldest examples of a Myoo statue in Japan.
  730. Along with the Goseibai-shikimoku of the Kamakura bakufu, it also had influence on the provincial codes established by daimyo (Japanese territorial lord) in the Sengoku Period.
  731. Along with the Imperial Crest of the Chrysanthemum, it is the family crest which was used by the Imperial family.
  732. Along with the Kondo, it was constructed in 1934 using funds donated by industrialist Gendo YAMAGUCHI.
  733. Along with the Oshikoji family (the Nakahara line), who were the jige (low ranking nobles) of the Oshikoji family, they monopolized the hereditary appointment of myogyo hakase (Professor of Confucian classics) and Daijokan (Grand Council of State).
  734. Along with the Tsuzuki clan, the Kaji clan supported the Honda family as chief retainers for generations.
  735. Along with the Yamawaki family and the Matasaburo NOMURA family, the Miyake family established 'Izumi school' (the head family is the Yamawaki family).
  736. Along with the Yata no Kagami, the jewel was hung on a sakaki (species of evergreen sacred to Shinto), held reverently in both hands by the god Futodama.
  737. Along with the above-mentioned custom of using chrysanthemum, people would dangle bags containing berries of sansho (Japanese pepper) and go on picnic to suburban hills or other high places offering distant views, in an activity called "toko" (literally, "climbing to a height").
  738. Along with the aging Toba-dono Palace, Amida-do Hall also became decrepit, but it was restored by Chosai, a monk of the Jodo sect, during the years of 1184 through 1228, and was eventually moved to its present site in 1471.
  739. Along with the battles against remaining daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) across Japan, Hideyoshi, who built Osaka-jo Castle as a base to unify the country, was promoted to Naidaijin on April 9, 1585, in just four months after he was awarded the Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in the previous year.
  740. Along with the bell in Jingo-ji Temple in Kyoto and the one in Byodo-in Temple in Uji, it is known as one of 'Heian Sanzetsu no Kane (Heian's Three Best Bells),' and on its four sides there are bulged inscriptions of the words chosen by SUGAWARA no Michizane and calligraphed by ONO no Michikaze.
  741. Along with the boom, shochu bars appeared specializing in Honkaku Shochus.
  742. Along with the completion of the station building on the bridge, the station square was also completed on the north side of the station.
  743. Along with the custom of flower viewing, there are the sights of cherry blossoms all over the country.
  744. Along with the development of economy in Japan, there appeared the use of new currencies imported from China, such as those of Yuan and Ming.
  745. Along with the double-tracked line below Sasayamaguchi Station, the number of trains has increased and access to Osaka Station has improved dramatically; moreover, the inauguration of the JR Tozai Line has provided good accessibility to Osaka City, eastern Osaka and the direction of Nara.
  746. Along with the economic development, it became necessary to transport large quantities of goods.
  747. Along with the eleven-face Kannon statue principal image, these pieces are remains from the time of the temple's founding by Kuya.
  748. Along with the establishment of the Ritsuryo system, other projects carried out included the compilation of an authorized history, the "Nihon shoki," the compilation of 'fudoki' (descriptions of regional climate, culture, etc.), the defining of weights and measures, and the minting of coins.
  749. Along with the fire at Shirokiya department store, wearing monpe was also a cause of the spread of bloomers.
  750. Along with the increase in the number of self-extirpated eunuchs, the method of the complete removal of the genital parts was invented and refined, decreasing the death rate to less than 1% by the end of the Qing Dynasty.
  751. Along with the increase in uses of automobiles, the ratio of people who use railway has been decreasing in Japan.
  752. Along with the increased traffic volume due to the Post-World War I economic boom, the Ministry of Railways promoted the further upgrading and standardization of steam locomotives.
  753. Along with the installation of the educational Air Corps of the preparatory pilot training course, the Kure Marine Team was introduced for a rush construction job, but it was not finished before the opening, and even the students of the 13th group of the Ko-type preparatory pilot training course were required to do the remaining construction job.
  754. Along with the installment of Chinju-fu, a large-scaled housing land development was planned at Hamamura, Higashi-Maizuru.
  755. Along with the later Sengohyakuban Uta-awase (poetry contest with 1500 matches hosted by the Retired Emperor Gotoba), it is admired as the greatest examples of the uta-awase genre.
  756. Along with the main gate of the Gunze main factory, the building of the memorial hall has been designated by the Architectural Institute of Japan as an historical structure to be preserved.
  757. Along with the opening of the entire rail line between Osaka and Fukuchiyama in 1899 outlined above, Fukuchiyama Station started to play a role as the central station of the city.
  758. Along with the philosophy of regarding people as public citizens, which was the characteristics of the Ritsuryo system, it was understood as "Tenka komin" (Tenka citizens).
  759. Along with the progress of investigation, it turned out that an unexpectedly large number of persons were involved, and this gave rise to a fear that condemning all of them to death penalty might invite chaos.
  760. Along with the provincial governor's office, many represented the largest buildings in the province.
  761. Along with the quadruple-tracking of the Tokaido Main Line, part of the section between Tehara Station and Kusatsu Station was elevated in 1969, thereby crossing over the Tokaido Main Line with the grade separation.
  762. Along with the reduction of Gunji authority, Gunga and Guke were diminished.
  763. Along with the renaming of Tokyo to Edo, the Tokyo-fucho (Tokyo prefectural office) was established to govern the town magistrate (In 1871, Tokyo-fu (Tokyo Prefecture) was re-established in accordance with the Haihan-chiken system [Abolition of feudal domains and establishment of prefectures]).
  764. Along with the spread of Kumano belief nationwide, kanjo (ceremonial transfer of a divided tutelary deity to a new location) of Kumano Gongen occurred in various locations, but in many cases, kanjo of Nyakuichioji alone were performed.
  765. Along with the spread of the tea drinking habit, the word 'chawan' has also spread and it has become a pronoun for porcelain used for other purposes also.
  766. Along with the ward-restructuring in 1929, Okazaki and Kita Shirakawa had belonged to Sakyo Ward.
  767. Along with the weakening of shoen koryo sei and the development of the soson, the satanin strengthened the relationship with the soson and sometimes became a leader of the soson.
  768. Along with these extreme measures, Moha 60 cars were increased between 1943 and 1944 and transport capacity was enhanced by introducing six-car trains in January 1944.
  769. Along with this characteristic is the concern that it will result in the statement that Japan is the most ethical community.
  770. Along with this the sovereign's messages were exchanged between Japan and Korea and Hanabusa was promoted from charge d'affaires to minister.
  771. Along with this, ports and cargo-vessels were also improved, and maritime traffic and maritime transportation were also started accordingly.
  772. Along with this, shoen koryo sei also almost became a mere fa?ade in this period.
  773. Along with those businesses, he also managed the Tokyo Shibaura Kosen Company Ltd.; this company's "Shibahama-kan Hotel" attached with its own hot spring, and "Shibaura-kan," a first-class Japanese restaurant, became successful as resort facilities in Shibaura, before Shibaura seashore area was reclaimed for land space.
  774. Along with toka no sechie, a banquet was also held, to which court nobles of Goi (Fifth Rank) and higher were invited.
  775. Along with wandering shirabyoshi (a woman who performs traditional Japanese dance), miko (a medium), Hachi-tataki (a begging priest) and Saruhiki (a monkey showman), they belonged to the lowest social class and were under the control of the shomonji.
  776. Alongside Kenji MIZOGUCHI, Mikio NARUSE and Akira KUROSAWA, Ozu is highly regarded and his work, "Tokyo Monogatari" is particularly popular in Europe.
  777. Alongside historic, prestigious retailers serving local customers and gift shops for tourists, the number of nationally franchise restaurants and cafes has grown in recent years.
  778. Alongside the Katsura family, the Shofukutei family forms a major family of modern Kamigata rakugo.
  779. Alongside with that of Katahiro TAKEBE, this was the first time infinite series expansion was defined in Japan.
  780. Alothough "Kojiki" does not contain a chronology, it tells, as an annotation, the Oriental zodiac of the year when some of the emperors died.
  781. Alpen Nagano-go (Hankyu Bus/Kawanakajima Bus)
  782. Alpine climbing accidents are not rare, even today.
  783. Already a renowned painter since his mid-twenties, Kazan seemed to dedicate himself to painting away from the important positions of the domain administration, but his wish wasn't honored.
  784. Already at that time, Moritomo's ability as a warrior was highly appreciated; he also was good at waka poetry as a pupil of Yusai HOSOKAWA.
  785. Already at this time, the persons concerned used the terms of 'Shinkansen' and 'Koki Shinsen' (new broad gauge railway line), because new trunk railways were to be laid.
  786. Already in 1865 and 1866, the year that "Bankoku Koho" seemed to be imported, well-known persons in the late Edo period and the Meiji Restoration interested in import of "Bankoku Koho."
  787. Already in Nara period, there were many considerations on Kuniburi, the Japan's own morals and feelings although respecting Chinese cultures.
  788. Already in financial difficulty under Tanemasa, in 1691 it halved its retainer's wages for five years.
  789. Already in the Kamakura Period, Munakata Taisha Shrine near Hakata was said to have purveyed its repairing costs for the past several hundred years from donation of Yoribune (ships drifted ashore) and Yorimono (driftage) only, according to Kansenji (an edict from Daijokan (the Grand Council of State)) dated May 15, 1231.
  790. Already in the Nara period, dominating nobles occupied the countryside and established their own territories by privatizing reclaimed lands in accordance with the Act for the Privatization of Reclaimed Lands in Perpetuity.
  791. Already in the Yayoi period (c.300BC-c.300AD) there existed a political alliance known as Wakoku, with Chinese historical sources mentioning rulers of Wa such as King Suisho and Queen Himiko.
  792. Already mixed 'gyudon sauce' is also being sold by food makers.
  793. Already on September 1, before Jusaburo's death, Tsurunosuke had withdrawn from Shochiku.
  794. Already restored are Suzaku-mon Gate (construction completed in 1998), the district of Kunaisho (Ministry of the Sovereign's Household), and the district of Toin Teien Garden, and Daigokuden (former), which is the most important building, is now being restored for completion in 2010.
  795. Also "Gaki Soshi" (hungry ghosts scroll) shows us real conditions of toilet of that time, which we can no longer trace in other documentary materials.
  796. Also 'Mizunomi Mutaka' (water drinking people without harvesting land) was often put down with it; moreover there were cases that Mizunomi and Mutaka referred to different things respectively.
  797. Also 'kidan' (platform) under the kiso gradually changed to become a square stone platform without ornament such as 'kaeribanaza' (turned flower seat).
  798. Also 'shinji sumo' (Shinto ritual sumo) was held as an agricultural rite in order to find out if they would have a rich or poor harvest, or pray for a rich harvest, and to thank for divine protection.
  799. Also 'yosuke' (literally means to help the four) came from the fact that it helps other four members [two "shime-daiko" (drums), an odaiko (large drum) and a "fue" (Japanese flute)] in matsuri-bayashi.
  800. Also 1 - 6 were re-designated as important cultural properties (1 was designated as a national treasure by the Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties) since they were nationalized after the war.
  801. Also 216 broken pieces of iron nails were unearthed.
  802. Also Buddhist name with the character of nichi (日) is called Nichigo, which is given to monks while they are alive.
  803. Also Charter Oath has Ordinance and hotosho.
  804. Also Daichi founded Kofuku-ji Temple as a result of the Higo-Kikuchi clan's embracing religion and he had an enormous spiritual influence on the Kikuchi clan.
  805. Also Daigaku no kami (head of a university) and Ise gon no suke 901.
  806. Also Dokuju of a family register of deaths is done two times on March 5 and 12.
  807. Also Emperor Tenmu's okurina (a posthumous name) 'Oki no Mahito' means high rank hermit who lived in the holy mountain in the sea called 'Eishu' according to Taoism.
  808. Also FUJIWARA no Sadaie, a sun of FUJIWARA no Toshinari and a compiler of "Shin (new) Kokin wakashu" and "Hyakunin Issyu" (one hundred waka poems), mentioned Yugen style as one of the ten styles of waka in a treatise on waka poetry "Maigetusho" (monthly comment).
  809. Also Goin spread to Buke (samurai families), and during the Sengoku period, busho (Japanese military commanders) used seals such as 'Kokuin' (a seal with black ink) and 'Shuin ' (a seal with red ink) as official seals.
  810. Also Harima gon no mori 918.
  811. Also Himiko, who lived in a time slightly after this, was acknowledged by the Wei as a 'Wao' (king of Wa), a unified ruler of Wakoku.
  812. Also Hoei koban was treated as nibuban after the issue of Shotoku koban.
  813. Also I named it as issho fusho no gan (Vow of succession to Buddhahood after one lifetime) or Genso-eko no gan (Vow of Genso-eko).
  814. Also Japanese Godzilla is a reptile which changed due to radiation
  815. Also Japanese minister with a hundred and several tens of escorting soldiers entered the Korean palace at night on 4th on the pretext of protecting the king.
  816. Also Japanese people can carry Korean copper coins.
  817. Also Japanese-type steam locomotives, that never existed in Japan, including Taiwan (Taiwan Railway) CT12 type, SRT 900-type, and 800-type, are preserved in a dynamic state.
  818. Also Kamimusubi is thought to be a symbol of 'ties' between men and women in pairs with Takamimusubi no Kami.
  819. Also Kamo SERIZAWA from Mito and Isami KONDO from Edo Shieikan (a training hall of swordplay) of Tennenrishin-ryu shool, who organized Shinsengumi later, became the members.
  820. Also Kannin at Initial Rank or below were treated favorably in taxation to some extent.
  821. Also Keien was on close terms with FUJIWARA no Yukinari and he is referred to in "Gonki" (Yukinari's diary).
  822. Also Kosho made often his personal visits to military units to comfort soldiers.
  823. Also Kuroiwa insisted that OTOMO no Kanamura lost his position not because he ceded four provinces in Mimana for exchange of bribe but because he failed in the fight on deciding the successor by recommending these illegitimate older half-brothers of him.
  824. Also Masaki and his family followed his father and moved into Omi Province.
  825. Also Masaki was promoted to Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) Hyobu Taiyu (Commissioner of War) and Kokushi (Provincial Governor) of Yamato Province.
  826. Also Masanari HATTORI, who assisted in Nobuyasu's seppuku, was ordered by Ieyasu to erect Sainen-ji Temple in Shinjuku Ward.
  827. Also Minori wrote in her book that the Revelation wasn't scattered and lost, thanks to Hogen.
  828. Also Mitsuaki's adopted son Mitsumichi was employed at Tenyakuryo (the Bureau of Medicine) and allowed to give Emperor Ninko medical examination.
  829. Also Mitsuzumi IWAMATSU and Nobumitsu TAKEDA were killed by a search-and-destroy troop.
  830. Also Montblanc contacted another mission including a Gaikoku bugyo, Takenaka SHIBATA, who was dispatched to France again in 1865, and encouraged the conclusion of a treaty of commerce between Japan and Belgium.
  831. Also Moraes introduced her to the magazine "Ser?es" in Lisbon.
  832. Also Mototsugu OGASAWARA from a branch line left bakufu after the death of Shogun Yoshizumi ASHIKAGA and turned to his relatives, the Gohojo clan.
  833. Also Myoho students were appointed as lower rank officials by the recommendation systems such as Dokyo and Donenkyo.
  834. Also Niimi's swordsmanship master, Sukeyemon Okada participated in it as the organizer of the Gobangumi (the fifth group).
  835. Also Nishinotoin-guchi, a ticket wicket directly connecting to the platform of the Sagano Line from the shop, was established.
  836. Also Nodate can be performed simultaneously with other outdoor amusement.
  837. Also Ogurihangan found the Princess Terute, then working as a maid servant in Aobaka, Mino Province, out and they became a married couple at last.
  838. Also Onmyo no gonjo (権允) 854.
  839. Also Onmyo no gonsuke 857 to 865.
  840. Also Onmyo no kami 738
  841. Also Onmyo no kami 874.
  842. Also Oyuki is given one yen by Yojiro.
  843. Also Sachiko was a model of Satoko AYAKURA, a daughter of a hakushaku (a count) who appeared in the long novel "Haru no Yuki" (Snow in Spring).
  844. Also Saeki raped Aguri, a concubine of Aijiro, therefore he was killed by Serizawa who wanted Aguri.
  845. Also Sawako ARIYOSHI wrote a novel, "Kazunomiya-sama Otome" with a story about someone who was acting as a double for Kazunomiya. (A totally different theory compared with the above was used in the novel.)
  846. Also Seisuke at that time did not identify himself as Ogawa, therefore his surname, Ogawa, had never been inscribed on his works.
  847. Also Shakyamuni was believed that he had done practices under hosts of many Buddha in his past world.
  848. Also Shikibu no sho 903.
  849. Also Shinjo had had faith in Protestantism of Christianity and practiced it on the advice of his elder sister, however Tomoji was said to had difficulty in getting accustomed to it.
  850. Also Shinran explains in "A Collection of Passages Revealing the True Teaching, the Practice and Realization of the Pure Land Way" as follows:
  851. Also Shinto rituals of '薙' exist all over Japan, and it is considered a rite to calm down storms or strong winds in the inland areas.
  852. Also Shochiku-za Theater, a typical old movie theater, has been finally rebuilt into a cinema complex.
  853. Also Suisho the King of Wa (倭国王帥升) (also written as 倭面土國王帥升) sent seiko (slave) to The Later Han Dynasty in 107.
  854. Also Tamori responded to her showing his further fanatic liking for it by saying, 'I find middle-aged men having a drink with gyusara (beef dish) as a side dish unobtrusively elegant at gyudon shops in the daytime.'
  855. Also Tokiwa-bashi Bridge (Yamagata Prefecture) was constructed over Su-kawa (酢川) River (present Su-kawa (須川) River (Yamagata Prefecture)) at Ushu-kaido Road.
  856. Also Yamaguni-tai, which is now famous for its Jidai Matsuri Parade, was formed by local farmers to participate in the imperial army and played an active role in the Meiji Restoration.
  857. Also Yoritomo continued development of Kamakura such as moving Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu Shrine, a branch shrine of a deity of Iwashimizu Hachimangu in the suburbs of Kyoto made by an ancestor, MINAMOTO no Yoriyoshi, to the foot of a mountain in the north, and erected the Shochoju-in Temple to pray to Buddha for the happiness of father Yoritomo.
  858. Also Yoritomo requested that Kyushu samurai follow Noriyori to kill the Taira clan.
  859. Also Yoshinaka provoked antipathy from In (the retired Emperor) and the retainer of Imperial Court as he intervened with the succession to the Imperial Throne.
  860. Also a 'yashiro' has existed since ancient times in the Shrine Shinto; ruins of shrine buildings that were used for festivals and rituals have been excavated from the sites.
  861. Also a bowl for eating rice is called a rice bowl.
  862. Also a boy who became immortal by drinking chrysanthemum dew appears in 'Makurajido' (Jido and Pillow, Noh play) as a Chinese historical event.
  863. Also a concept of regional time difference was brought into the eclipse calculation (astronomy).
  864. Also a group of pieces of tegoto called 'shishimono' (pieces about lions) such as 'Azuma Jishi' and 'Echigojishi,' both by Koto MINEZAKI, and 'Miyamajishi' (by Koto ISHIKAWA) have a feature of stylish and gorgeous melodies rather than being a direct description of shishimai (lion dance).
  865. Also a new system was established for rewards and re-establishment of order; revision of dress code system, established Yakusa no Kabane (the eight honorary titles), revision of Kan-i system (office and rank system).
  866. Also a picture scroll was made showing five kimonos worn in layers from this variant text in pictures and diagrams, and a replica made in the Muromachi period remains in the Yusoku Bunka Kenkyujo.
  867. Also a preparatory school Kamogawa Gakuen, which was founded in 1951 as a means to cover the deficit of Kyoto Kinrosha Gakuen, thrived as Kansai Bunri Gakuen.
  868. Also a procession that carries Yoritomo's mikoshi (portable shrine carried in festivals) goes up and down a sando (an approach to the temple) in a procession of one thousand samurai held in spring and autumn at Nikko Toshogu Shrine.
  869. Also a record that Yuan officials on the alert for wako obstructed the entry of a Tenryujibune into harbor when it tried to land Yuan shows that an official approval of the bakufu was substantially ineffective (which did not establish its identity of not being a smuggling ships [wako]).
  870. Also a relationship between genes from a person who cannot drink much alcohol and DNA of a Yayoi man who was an immigrant to ancient Japan has been researched in recent years.
  871. Also a slight amount of silver and bismuth was included.
  872. Also a story of rakugo called 'Shikaseidan' begins at the scene where a starving deer eats okara which was placed along the eaves by a tofu seller.
  873. Also a well-known Confucian scholar.
  874. Also a well-known waka poet.
  875. Also abbreviated to Shogun, Kubo, Taiju, Taijuko, Gosho, etc.
  876. Also about the route and journey, there is the 'sequence theory' and the 'radiant theory' (refer to the debate on the route and journey).
  877. Also accessories should be white for auspicious occasions and black for funeral services.
  878. Also according to "Shinsen-gumi Shimatsuki" written by Kan SHIMOZAWA, Niimie gave himself over to a life of debauchery and neglected his duties and repeatedly extorted money from citizens in the name of corps' expense.
  879. Also according to 'Okado hikki', Okado protested Shoda, the governor of Shimousa Province, that Asano's seppuku taking place in the garden would have been extremely dishonorable to a Daimyo like Asano.
  880. Also according to '一代要記,' it was said 'she received the most affection from the Emperor.'
  881. Also according to Koden, his literary talent was second to none.
  882. Also according to its okugaki, the original based on which Yasukiwa transcribed was the one that was used when ABE no Yasuchika, who was called 'Sashinomiko' in the last days of the Heian period, instructed "Senji ryakketsu" to his son ABE no Chikanaga.
  883. Also advanced scientific books serve as a reference.
  884. Also after Ieyasu handed over his position to Hidetada, he designated the closest retainers, Masanobu HONDA and Tadachika OKUBO as supporters of successor Hidetada and let them build him up.
  885. Also after shoens disappeared, the job titles of shoya (village headman) or the names of places such as XXX sho (荘, 庄) and so on remained as their remnants.
  886. Also after the Meiji period, the temple buildings were repeatedly repaired.
  887. Also after the Middle Ages, it was the family crest that samurai families desired, and Takauji ASHIKAGA and Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, and so on, received it from the Emperors.
  888. Also after the transfer of the capital to Heian-kyo, Myohodoin, a facility for the Myoho students to take lectures and boards was constructed including the central school building and east/west dormitories on the southernmost side of Daigakuryo.
  889. Also all the official ranks in the military government virtually had to be appointed by Shogun, and his permission was required even though some daimyos and shogunal vassals were directly nominated by the Imperial Court.
  890. Also among the walls started reproduction, No. 9 and No. 11 walls attended to by the Hashimoto group and the No. 1 wall by the Nakamura group were not completed.
  891. Also an article about the events of August 686 describes as follows.
  892. Also an author of "Meigo Orai" (Meigo's Correspondence) and "Shinsarugoki" (a kind of textbook about manners and cultures of Kyoto in Heian period).
  893. Also appointed as Seii Taishogun by the Emperor.
  894. Also archeology was developed, and detailed descriptions of primitive society replaced the age of the gods, in school textbooks.
  895. Also around 1931, the police exposed kakushi nenbutsu, regarding it as a secret society having a bad custom.
  896. Also around 995 to 998, the tradition existed that he was banished to Mikawa Province by disobeying the imperial order and built the temple (present Jofuku-ji Temple) to pray to Buddha for the happiness of the dead mother in Kariyado, Mikawa Province (Kariyado, Nishio City, Aichi Prefecture).
  897. Also around that time three of his boats were shipwrecked and his business interests lurched towards heavy losses.
  898. Also around the same time, Sadatsuna had his daughter marry Yoshitsuna NIHONMATSU, the son of Yoshitsugu HATAKEYAMA, the castellan of the Nihonmatsu-jo Castle, to consolidate a foothold.
  899. Also around this time, the JNR/JR Limited Express (diesel car) Series Kiha 181 was employed on 'Asashio.'
  900. Also as a poet, he left many waka poems.
  901. Also as a synonym of this word, there is obyo (横病, unexpected illness), which has a similar meaning to sudden illness or suffering an unexpected disease.
  902. Also as the association, it asks each somen companies to buy the association's somen.
  903. Also assumed the position of Minbukyo (in charge of taxation and finances.)
  904. Also assumed the position of Ukone-no-chujo.
  905. Also assumed the position of chamberlain on January 18, 1707.
  906. Also astral self is your spiritual guardian deity with vice spirit.
  907. Also at hatsu hinode, many people pray for a wish or a decision of that year.
  908. Also at new year time in Japan, Shimenawa ropes are hung on the gates of households, porch landings, entrances and exits.
  909. Also at sode, numbers next to ryosode, a small amount of prize money was given sometimes.
  910. Also at that time, the domain of Geishu decided to send the soldiers.
  911. Also at the establishment of Osaka Chamber of Commercial Law (later, Osaka Chamber of Business, the predecessor of the present Osaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry), he became one of its promoters, and served as the 4th chief of Osaka Chamber of Business from 1891 to 1894.
  912. Also at the same time, he became a managing director of Hiroshima Electric Rail Company, but resigned from both companies in February.
  913. Also because he had been sick, he resigned his post in 1649 and became a monk under Nippo of Myoken-ji Temple of the Nichiren Sect.
  914. Also because of Kinchu Narabini Kuge Shohatto (a set of regulations that applied to the Emperor and Kuge), his speech and behavior were also strictly limited.
  915. Also because of the repeated wars and the change of the times, they often lost their source of income.
  916. Also because the creation process of the central hole is unexplained, this is called 'cosmic obake' (cosmic ghost).
  917. Also because the person who copied the illustrations might have tried to show his skills, there were some which give an impression of the distortion of the original; especially in the drawing of the mountains from Misen to Shakagadake, this is quite obvious.
  918. Also being appointed to the yoriki (a police sergeant) serving Naoyoshi ASHIKAGA, the younger brother of Takauji, he dealt with suits related to territory as a bugyo (a magistrate).
  919. Also besides this, provincial feudal lords along with shoke (households not part of the family of the direct lineage chief), local clans and provincial samurai, influential peasants were also in certain cases considered to be hikan.
  920. Also body responds to evil spirits in the back and neck first and feels concentration and energy around 'the pit of the stomach.'
  921. Also butsudan is considered to have its origin in a life-size Yakushi-butsu (the healing Buddha), which was made and worshipped at home by SUGAWARA no Takasue no musume (the daughter of SUGAWARA no Takasue,) an original writer of "Sarashina Nikki" (the Sarashina Diary).
  922. Also by letting men fight against each other naked in the severe cold weather, they could present themselves as strong.
  923. Also by the same timetable revision, the starting station of direct train services into the Tozai Line was changed to Suma Station.
  924. Also called "Bansho Rojin Hyosho Tendokaku Osho Shoko Shoyoan Roku," it is a collection of koan (questions that a master gives to a person who seeks the secret of Zen, which take a great deal of thought and meditation to solve) and is highly evaluated in the Soto sect.
  925. Also called "Hehenonomoheji."
  926. Also called "Ihon" (alternative version).
  927. Also called "Ionushi" or "Ionushi Nikki (Diary of Master of the Hermitage)."
  928. Also called "Nonko."
  929. Also called "Saiin Mandara".
  930. Also called "Shizu ga iwaya."
  931. Also called "Side Noh"
  932. Also called "Sura Noh (Shura mono)"
  933. Also called "The last noh play of a day (Kirinoh)"
  934. Also called "Wang Fu (Royal Residence)."
  935. Also called "madwoman Noh (kyojomono)"
  936. Also called "the Tametaka gyo ki".
  937. Also called 'Amatsukyo monjo (Amatsukyo documents)' or 'Isohara monjo (Isohara documents).')
  938. Also called 'Bakkaritabe'.
  939. Also called 'Bushu Daruma', the Koshigaya Daruma doll is said to have originated from a toy, previously known as okiagari koboshi, on which a doll maker in Makuri, named 'Darukichi,' painted the face of Bodhidharma in meditation during the Kyoho era in the Edo period (1716~1736).
  940. Also called 'Ikano inro-zume' (literally, inro-packing of squid).
  941. Also called 'Kami no tsukai' (a familiar spirit).
  942. Also called 'Madoibashi'.
  943. Also called 'Niban' (the second).
  944. Also called 'Sue no ikkeshu' (youngest ikkeshu).
  945. Also called 'Tian-fu (land of abundance).'
  946. Also called 'Wataribashi'.
  947. Also called 'kesho' (化生) (disambiguation) meaning to live in a changed form: 化 means to change and 生 means to live.
  948. Also called Byodoin Daisojo (the highest position of priest, upper grade of Byodo-in Temple).
  949. Also called Fuku no Kami or Fukujin.
  950. Also called HEKI no miyatsuko no Minomaro (日置造蓑麻呂)
  951. Also called Heian-jo Castle.
  952. Also called Heisoku or Nusa.
  953. Also called Hiroibashi or Hashiwatashi.
  954. Also called Hokigusa or Kokia.
  955. Also called Ikikusa.
  956. Also called Ise Bugyo.
  957. Also called Jurakutei.
  958. Also called Kamogawa dolls.
  959. Also called Nariya on which Kabura (the round tail of an arrow) was attached.
  960. Also called Nudo Shinno, Hoshi Shinno, Zenji Shinno.
  961. Also called Rikuage.
  962. Also called Sanjo no Zao-do.
  963. Also called Shikaku.
  964. Also called Tenarai-dokoro or Tenarai-juku.
  965. Also called Toneri no miko.
  966. Also called Tonomine Sentoku.
  967. Also called Uchi-Benkei no Soto-Yurei, this expression allegorizes the character of a person whose behavior outside the home is quite different from his or her behavior at home.
  968. Also called Uji Aku-safu (evil minister of the left.)
  969. Also called Yaichiemon.
  970. Also called Yugyo Shonin.
  971. Also called a Japanese hand culverin.
  972. Also called as 橘茂喬.
  973. Also called honyuzu, it has a relatively large fruit and the surface of the pericarp is rough.
  974. Also called kunin.
  975. Also called no-bakama.
  976. Also called nobakama or yamabakama, this hakama evolved from karusan and was used as work clothes.
  977. Also called samurai taisho.
  978. Also called the Kyodai (Kyoto University) Incident.
  979. Also chairman of House of Representatives, Nakajima's first wife was a sister of Mutsu and Toru HOSHI who was ga's disciple and became an English teacher by ga's recommendation in Osaka got to know Mutsu by ga's introduction and later engaged in political activity together.
  980. Also children of former feudal lords and the nobility joined, such as Tomotsuna IWAKURA (adopted child of Tomomi), Hikonoshin OKUBO, Nobuaki MAKINO, Isaburo YAMAGATA and so on.
  981. Also children were often scolded by their mothers, because they used mother's bamboo rulers for sawing as swords.
  982. Also commonly called Kurodani Sho'nin or Yoshimizu Sho'nin.
  983. Also connected with the Ashikaga family, Muso worked as a mediator in the Kanno Disturbance, an internal conflict within the Ashikaga family, causing Court nobles and samurai warriors of the Northern Court to become his believers.
  984. Also considering that the fief of his brother Oousu no Mikoto is Mino, the legends of Omi seem to be about Ousu no Mikoto.
  985. Also crowd psychology is caused by temporary spirit possession at the time.
  986. Also cultivated varieties developed by human-beings are all called Satozakura in some cases.
  987. Also designated as one of Japan's 100 Best Castles (the 43rd) and the Top 100 Historical Sites of Beautiful Japan
  988. Also designated as one of Japan's 100 Best Castles (the 68th) and the Top 100 Historical Sites of Beautiful Japan
  989. Also designated as one of Japan's Top 100 Cherry Blossom Viewing Sites, Japan's Top 100 Historical Parks, Japan's 100 Best Castles (the 4th), and the Top 100 Historical Sites of Beautiful Japan
  990. Also designated as one of Japan's Top 100 Cherry Blossom Viewing Sites, Japan's Top 100 Historical Parks, Japan's 100 Best Castles (the 59th), and the Top 100 Historical Sites of Beautiful Japan
  991. Also designated as one of Japan's Top 100 Cherry Blossom Viewing Sites, Japan's Top 100 Historical Parks, Japan's 100 Best Castles (the 64th), and the Top 100 Historical Sites of Beautiful Japan
  992. Also designated as one of Japan's Top 100 Cherry Blossom Viewing Sites, Japan's Top 100 Historical Parks, Japan's 100 Best Castles (the 81st), and the Top 100 Historical Sites of Beautiful Japan
  993. Also designated as one of Japan's Top 100 Cherry Blossom Viewing Sites, Japan's Top 100 Historical Parks, and Japan's 100 Best Castles (the 36th)
  994. Also designated as one of Japan's Top 100 Historical Parks (the second) and Japan's 100 Best Castles (the 83rd)
  995. Also designated as one of Japan's Top 100 Historical Parks and Japan's 100 Best Castles (the 78th).
  996. Also designated as one of Japan's Top 100 Historical Parks and Japan's 100 Best Castles (the 84th)
  997. Also designated as one of Japan's Top 100 Historical Parks, Japan's 100 Best Castles (the 29th), and the Top 100 Historical Sites of Beautiful Japan
  998. Also designated as one of Japan's Top 100 Historical Parks, Japan's 100 Best Castles (the 50th), and the Top 100 Historical Sites of Beautiful Japan
  999. Also dominant shugo (military governors) including Mitsumoto and others, and court nobles, were all either put under house arrest or exiled.
  1000. Also during rush hour the first direct train from Kakogawa Station, the direct train going to JR Takarazuka Line, and the shuttle train at Kyobashi Station are running.

20001 ~ 21000

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