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  1. Also during the Taisho period, books about karate were published for the first time by Gichin FUNAKOSHI and Choki MOTOBU.
  2. Also during the Tenpo period, goryoban was issued as a medieval currency between oban and koban, however it was seldom distributed.
  3. Also during this period, GOTO got married with the second daughter of YASUBA, Kazuko for his wife.
  4. Also during this period, since priests who visited the Northern Sung and Southern Sung dynasties brought back shiokara natto in Japan again and it spread in the country, it also became known as tera natto.
  5. Also during this time, despite the absence of the Three Sacred Treasures, Emperor Gotoba ascended the throne based on the inzen (imperial decree) of the Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa.
  6. Also enforced were Buke Shohatto (various laws for warrior class families) and Kinchu Narabini Kuge Shohatto (a set of regulations that applied to the emperor and the Kyoto nobles) as well as the administrative systems for temples and shrines throughout the country.
  7. Also enshrined in Kisho-jinja Shrine (Suginami Ward, Tokyo Metropolitan), the only shrine of weather.
  8. Also especially in tegoto of Kyoto-style tegotomono pieces, a method called 'kakeai' (alternate performance), wherein shamisen and koto exchange figures, is often used.
  9. Also exiled was Yukio OZAKI, who later married Theodora, a daughter of Saburo OZAKI and his English wife.
  10. Also fall of the Imperial Court after the Jokyu Rebellion resulted in losing its ability to solve the imperial succession crisis and consequently it entangled the bakufu without any choice.
  11. Also famous is a story of 'Ushi gozen densetsu' (Legend of Ushi gozen) which is narrated in joruri (the dramatic narratives chanted to a samisen accompaniment) created in the Muromachi Period.
  12. Also features a unique large round window known as a 'yoshinomado' that takes up almost an entire wall.
  13. Also following the example of the Musashino JNR line, it incorporated the first automatic ticket gate in western Japan.
  14. Also for the Jusogawa (Shinyodogawa), the Kanzakigawa and the Mukogawa, truss bridges were built, which were designed by England, an Englishman and fabricated in England.
  15. Also for the health-conscious reason, vocalization by abdominal respiration is sometimes taken up.
  16. Also from the description as the betto (chief priest) of Minobu Kuon-ji Temple, it is also called Minobusan Fuzokusho (document for entrustment of Mt. Minobu) and Betsu-fuzokusho.
  17. Also from the end of the Edo period, each domains were in economic difficulties, therefore forged nibukin were distributed and it is considered that existing silver coins with gold finish are some of those.
  18. Also from the name of the shrine, the god is known as a god of longevity.
  19. Also gijo (official post) and a vice-president Sanetomi SANJO changed 'kaimei' of the title of Fukuoka's draft to 'oath,' therefore Five Articles by Kido was called 'Seimon,' 'Goseimon,' 'Gokajo Seimon,' or 'Gokajo no Goseimon.'
  20. Also groups became large sized by the introduction of rice-paddy cultivation techniques, as the cultivation and management of agricultural water required a large labor force.
  21. Also he advised that if these requirements were not accepted, Japan should demonstrate a hard diplomatic position which includes the use of military action.
  22. Also he asked Nobuo KOMURO and Shigeru FURUSAWA, democratic activists, to invite Itagaki from Tokyo.
  23. Also he became Taisuke ITAGAKI's secretary and he is said to have saved the predicament by throwing and catching a thug when Itagaki met with the accident.
  24. Also he became the disciple of Harusato MATSUDAIRA, his brother-in-law, in the field of tea ceremony; he was known as a literatus.
  25. Also he called himself Tomoari KURODA, Suizan KURODA, Jubei KURODA, etc.
  26. Also he compiled 'Yodogimi shu' as the arts should be handed down to his family, collecting Kyogen (kabuki play) of Yodogimi which was his successful role in his life ("Kiri Hitoha," "Hototogisu Kojo no Rakugetsu," "Yodogimi," "Daigo no Haru," "Osaka-jo," and "Yodogimi Odawara no Jin").
  27. Also he composed a poem, 'How many nights have we slept since we passed the Niibari and the Tsukuba Provinces?,' which is regarded as the cradle of renga, at the Sakaorimiya in Kai Province (present-day Yamanashi Prefecture).
  28. Also he contributed an article for the introduction of Japan Art to the magazine, Paris Illustre.
  29. Also he gathered the gravestones of his successive family heads, put them in line, and changed the ingo (name of temple's title) into Tokugen-in Temple after his father's homyo (a Buddhist name given to a person who has died or has entered the priesthood).
  30. Also he had a deep sense of responsibility, and prayed for the restoration of the Imperial family and for the common people when he made his imperial edict to the Ise-jingu Shrine in August 1545.
  31. Also he had close connection with the Mononobe clan, it is assumed that his wife was a daughter of the Mononobe clan.
  32. Also he is considered OTOMO no Katari's father (or his older brother) and OTOMO no Kanemura's grandfather.
  33. Also he is referred as Amanoiwatowake no Kami (one of the deities from Japanese mythology).
  34. Also he is said to be a descendant of the Iga clan, which is the same family as the Mino Ando clan.
  35. Also he married his daughter to his nephew MINAMOTO no Yoshikiyo (Yada no Hangandai [assistant officer who served an administration organization called Innocho]).
  36. Also he placed his fifth son Yoshitane SHIBA as the head of kozamurai dokoro (a group of officers to guard the Shogun), and the Shiba family took a hold on the nucleus of the Bakufu.
  37. Also he pointed out that those who took part in the compilation were Yasutoki and Tokifusa of Rokuhara Tandai and middle-ranked nobles with knowledge of the kugeho and the descendants who were shogunal retainers.
  38. Also he received imperial monies paid to those lacking a family from the chief of the domain as a support to the family budget.
  39. Also he referred himself as the Kagoshima clan, and was a gokenin of Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) and filled posts of Kinri (the Imperial Palace) Shuin in Nitta-jinja Shrine in Satsuma Province (Satsumasendai City) as well as Inju (the chief of a temple) in Godai-in temple in Bunji era.
  40. Also he respected Chikuden's will and made every effort to popularize green tea ceremony.
  41. Also he says as follows (chapter 4 of Amatsu):
  42. Also he says as follows:
  43. Also he successively held a Daisanji (second to a governor) and rusu hangan (judge while the master judge's away) of Kyoto prefecture, a danjodai (Board of Censors) (in Meiji period), a Daisanji of Minbusho (Ministry of Popular Affairs) and Fukuoka Domain and so on.
  44. Also he successively took such positions as an advocate and a lecturer at the Tokyo Imperial University.
  45. Also he was a distant relative of the 76th and 77th prime minister of Japan Toshiki KAIFU (a great grandchild of Sohei's sister).
  46. Also he was awarded with hokkyo and hogen (the third and the second highest ranks in the hierarchy of Buddhist priests, respectively).
  47. Also he was given the imperial proclamation of seii taishogun and Genji no choja (chief of the Minamoto clan).
  48. Also he was good at painting and seal engraving.
  49. Also he was in charge of Sahyoe no gon no suke (provisional assistant captain of the Left Division of Middle Palace Guards).
  50. Also he was not only a famous waka poet whose poems were chosen in Shoku Shui Wakashu (12th imperial anthology), Gyokuyo Wakashu (Collection of Jeweled Leaves, an imperial poetic anthology), and Shoku Senzai Wakashu (Waka Collection of a Thousand Years Continued), but also a master of the biwa (a Japanese lute).
  51. Also he was qualified to assume Daijo-daijin (Grand minister of state) the same as Shoichii and Juichii (But there was no Ippon Shinno who assumed Daijo-daijin during its lifetime.)
  52. Also he wrote about emotions, images left in people's minds and suggested feelings in Renga that Yugen and Aware (a vague feeling of sadness) should be where words are likely to have no reasons to be left.
  53. Also he wrote three volumes of grammar books such as 'Letters,' 'Language' and 'Auxiliary.'
  54. Also her father Shigehide's lawful wife Yasuhime was Ienari's father Harusada's younger sister and Shigehime and Ienari were cousins in law.
  55. Also his daughter Shihoko KAGAWA took charge of Gon no naishi no jo and was called 'Kuretake no Naishi' (lady-in-waiting Kuretake).
  56. Also hosonaga is a sort of clothing worn by middle Heian period women.
  57. Also hot water is used in the tea bowl to rinse the used chasen (tea whisk) before putting the utensils away when the tea ceremony is over.
  58. Also if a Korean commits a crime, the Korean government official will conduct a trial.
  59. Also in "Honcho monzui," it is recorded that in 979 through the next year, the participants of Kangakue had planned to construct a Nenbutsu-do Hall (hall to make nenbutsu) as a site to conduct Kangakue.
  60. Also in "Nihonshoki," his name was called Hinokuma no Takata no Miko.
  61. Also in "Sumiyoshi taisha jindaiki" (Records of the Age of the Gods from the Sumiyoshi-taisha Shrine), he is described as Ashikamino kamami wakenomiko.
  62. Also in "the genealogy of Kanmu-Heishi (Taira clan" compiled in "Zoku-Gunsho-Ruiju," he appears as the son of Shigemori, and he is also mentioned as 'the same shogun called Yogo' and 'Shogun Dewa no suke (Assistant Governor of Dewa Province).'
  63. Also in 1158, TAIRA no Shigemori, the first child of Kiyomori, was appointed to the post of Totomi no kuni no kami (Governor of Totomi Province).
  64. Also in 1252, Imperial Prince Munetaka, Emperor Gosaga's third Prince was accepted as a seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") by the Kamakura bakufu.
  65. Also in 1671, the fourth son of Tadazana, Sanekata OGASAWARA was given 10,000 koku by his older brother, Tadataka OGASAWARA and founded the Kokuranitta Domain (the Senzoku Domain).
  66. Also in 1765, Mitsuoka HOMMA, the 3rd generation of the Homma family and a great merchant from Sakata City, asked a puppet maker in Kyoto for float production to stimulate the town of Sakata with a big Sanno Festival like Yamahoko-junko (a parade of beautifully decorated floats) of the Gion Festival in Kyoto.
  67. Also in 1875, the government concluded the Treaty of Saint Petersburg with the Russian Empire to determine the border between Japan and the Russian Empire in Sakhalin and the Kuril Islands, which was a mixed residential quarter of Japan and the Russian Empire until then.
  68. Also in 1887, he played in the kabuki held in the presence of the Emperor at the residence of Kaoru INOUE so that he was expected his future to become a leader in the next generation of kabuki world.
  69. Also in 19 of "Shokyoyoshu" (The Collection of Sutras), the following six Gen (omen) (sansho, three norms to be used for discrimination between right and wrong in religion) are explained as the shadow of death leading to the Gozanze (previous world, this world and next world) depending on the Yugaron (a Buddhism scripture written in India around the fourth century).
  70. Also in 1911 he graduated from Tokyo Imperial University.
  71. Also in 1988, he received the Minister of Education Award for Fine Arts.
  72. Also in 2004, Gourmet Navigator Inc., a pioneering restaurant information portal site, started the 'Gournavi Delivery' service.
  73. Also in 2005, the company produced "Full Metal Panic! The Second Raid," a sequel to the Full Metal Panic series, which also became a hit.
  74. Also in 2006 it was registered as a regional collective trademark.
  75. Also in 2007, the name was changed from the 'Greenery Day' to the 'Showa Day' (the 'Greenery Day' was moved to May 4).
  76. Also in April, the whole mountain is opened up for cherry blossom viewing, in honor of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI's Daigo Flower Viewing.
  77. Also in December of the same year it is confirmed he was involved in the politics of the central government as Samurai-dokoro tonin (Governor of the Board of Retainer) of Muromachi bakufu.
  78. Also in Edo, Katei HAKURA and Chikuun YAMATOMO, who inherited the style of Zoroku HAMAMURA IV and Rinkoku HOSOKAWA, each played an active role.
  79. Also in Edo, Kinsai MASUDA revived the early Edo school, keeping the old style and adding his originality, and established the Johekikyo school with his son, Gusho MASUDA.
  80. Also in Europe, he was surprised at differences in customs and culture including the land trade; besides, he observed customs and daily life of Europeans that were new to the Japanese and could not have been learned from books.
  81. Also in Fukuchiyama City, there are the only private junior high school in the northern part of Kyoto Prefecture and the first four-year college founded in the northern Kinki area.
  82. Also in Hiroshima Prefecture, the way of cooking varies from one area to another.
  83. Also in Japan, drum towers referred to as taiko-ro tower can be seen inside religious institutions such as temples and shrines.
  84. Also in Japan, it was used to mean a representative who led the family such as in 'uji no choja' (the head of the clan) or to mean a wealthy person such as in "Warashibe Choja" (The Straw Millionaire).
  85. Also in Japan, research in the production of powdered kanten started in 1946, and by 1970 the number of its producing companies had reached 35.
  86. Also in Japan, there exist Chinese lion dance groups at Chinatowns and at the municipalities and other institutions that have close ties with China or Taiwan, and their performances are seen whenever an event is held.
  87. Also in Japan, whisky is drunk in unique ways.
  88. Also in Kagoshima Prefecture, they sometimes had warmed shochu.
  89. Also in Koan no Eki, what had destroyed the Southern Yangtze Army, which Japan could not know then, is said to have been a typhoon or tropical cyclone, but there is a theory that the Eastern Route Army staying offshore near Hakata perished due to a different reason.
  90. Also in Kofuku-ji Temple, it is said that 38 facilities such as Kon-do Hall, Kodo Hall, Hokuen-do Hall and Nanen-do Hall as well as 3 pagoda were burned.
  91. Also in Kyoto-style tegotomono, many have a part of 'jo' or 'makura' (prelude) as an introduction of tegoto.
  92. Also in Sendai Kujihongi (Ancient Japanese History), Kamimusubi is said to be the child of Takamimusubi no Kami.
  93. Also in September (August under the old lunar calendar) during the same year, Masako, wife of Yoritomo, gave birth to a legitimate son, MINAMOTO no Yoriie.
  94. Also in South Korea, it is reported in 2003 that analyses of urine samples in epidemiological investigations conducted before and after kosa arrived showed that carcinogens belonging to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) increased by 25 percent on average when kosa arrived.
  95. Also in Yokaichi, Higashiomi City, Shiga Prefecture, it is said that someone threw sand at people from a river and that those hit by the sand lost use of their legs or became ill.
  96. Also in Zama City, Kanagawa Prefecture, branches are bound like a broom at the Minakuchi of a rice nursery.
  97. Also in a theory, 'to' in the names of Otonoji and Otonobe is thought to come from 'to' as in the 'mito no maguwai' (literally, intercourse of genitals) and therefore suggesting genitals.
  98. Also in aikido (art of weaponless self-defense), zan-shin means being aware of the uke (the opponent) whom one has thrown, and positioning oneself to be ready for a possible counterattack.
  99. Also in another chapter it is described as follows:
  100. Also in areas which don't possess danjiri and perform danijri-bayashi without them, some older people complain 'the performance with the sho (a kind of gong) and kodaiko and the dance are neglected.'
  101. Also in chapter 13 of volume 'Ame' it is written as follows:
  102. Also in chapter 2 of volume 'Amatsu' it says as follows:
  103. Also in chapter 24 of the same volume it says as follows.
  104. Also in chapter 4 of volume 'Amatsu' it is written 'I have been living in an original body, so I don't show it even to Tenmei.'
  105. Also in chapter 59 of volume 'Ogon' written in 1949, he says 'This world will be ruled and collapsed by money and then will pave the way to Miroku no yo (heaven on earth).'
  106. Also in chapter 7 of volume 'Matsu' (pine) written in 1945 about two months before the end of the War, it says as follows:
  107. Also in common parlance, general term of the figures wearing ho is sometimes called 'ikan-sokutai,' but fundamentally, ikan and sokutai should be strictly distinguished by the structure of the shozoku (costume) and occasions in which they are worn.
  108. Also in gagaku (ancient Japanese court dance and music), the song called "manzairaku" as well as "senshuraku" to celebrate the longevity of the lord had been carried on, from which the name allegedly became "senzumanzai," and simply "manzai."
  109. Also in his poetry criticism "Sasamegoto" (Murmurings) he wrote "for ancient people the most important thing in Yugen was heart" and having aesthetic appreciation while ordinary people consider Yugen only as "something that has deep flavor."
  110. Also in kokuyusho (document of official notice) to people in various places, Charter Oath was quoted in some cases.
  111. Also in recent times, at Chokin no Gyoko (New Year's visit to the Imperial Palace) in the Keian era, a minister dressed in the Kikujin no ho.
  112. Also in so (or koto) music, most of them are tegotomono in the case of classic music.
  113. Also in some feudal domains, suji was used as district name, some sujis were crossing over two districts.
  114. Also in some works regarded as Kanzen Choaku, the "good" side indiscriminately kills evil people without mercy, thus the difference between Kanzen Choaku and Kanaku Choaku is not clear.
  115. Also in the "Masu-shikishi," one line is written over the preceding line.
  116. Also in the Battle of Ukino after that, he made an achievement with his spear point, it is said that he was given another name Yari no Mataza in this battle.
  117. Also in the Imperial family, it was split into Daikakuji-to (Imperial lineage starting with Emperor Kameyama) and Jimyoin-to (Imperial lineage from Emperor Gofukakusa to Emperor Gokomatsu).
  118. Also in the Italian Wars that followed, similarly in 1522, the commander of the mercenaries in the Spanish army, Colonna broke up the advancing Swiss concentration of spearmen with tactics of repeated shooting of the arquebus, using land features and hastily built ramparts.
  119. Also in the Kagoshima area
  120. Also in the Kan'ei years, the Shishinden, the Seiryoden, the Tsunegoten and other buildings were moved to the temple grounds from the old Imperial Palace when it was rebuilt (the current main hall, Kondo is the old Shishinden).
  121. Also in the Koan War in 1281, he played an active part and distinguished himself in the war.
  122. Also in the Korean Peninsula there is a similar story of dried persimmon being poison that is included in 'Yong-je chong-hwa,' by which it is assumed that the story became widespread in East Asia
  123. Also in the Korean Peninsula, small scaled shoens were formed by the aristocrats or temples from the unified Silla period, but they became fully in progress during the late Goryeo period when the military government was established and the attacks of the Mongolian Empire continued.
  124. Also in the Meiji period Inazo NITOBE wrote in the opening sentence of his book "Bushido" that bushido (Chivalry) is like cherry blossoms which symbolize Japan.
  125. Also in the Ningyo Joruri version, it has excellent music and the stereotyped structure that Tayu (chanters) and shamisen players are divided into Kamite and Shimote, playing Daihanji and Sadaka respectively.
  126. Also in the Siege of Osaka, she became an envoy together with Jokoin to ask Ieyasu TOKUGAWA to seal a compact with blood again.
  127. Also in the Tendai sect, Jodo of Amitabha is regarded as a land where common people and saints both exist, and it's a land of Retsuojin (Buddha of an inferior manifested body).
  128. Also in the area
  129. Also in the case of a member of a Gojokai (mutual support group), some troubles arise in the event of cancellation and so on.
  130. Also in the case of a relay by Sky PerfecTV!, Kyoto Sanga has sent in commentators and pitch reporters who are closely related to itself as a means of cooperation, and has obtained home advantage thanks to their strong personalities.
  131. Also in the center of the park, there is a monument of a large anchor, which was built before World War II to moor a beacon.
  132. Also in the city which is an oyster production area like Hinase, following kakioko in Hinase, shops serving oyster-included okonomiyaki have appeared.
  133. Also in the domain there was a policy of conciliation whereby the Tosa goshi were honored with the special title of `Shirofuda` (based on family line or merit) so they would receive the same treatment as upper ranking samurai..
  134. Also in the eastern regions, many zaichokanjin formed a master-subordinate relationship with seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians"), attained the status of gokenin (retainers) and were also appointed as jito.
  135. Also in the end of Edo period, exchange ratio between gold and silver abroad was so different from domestic one that extremely small Manen koban was casted to adjust the gap.
  136. Also in the field of microorganism, the observation is often done by using a microscope.
  137. Also in the first month, plans were released for new taxes, including a 5% tax to fund construction on the Emperor's own palaces within the Daidairi, the Imperial Palace complex, and a land survey was carried out.
  138. Also in the late Edo period, ichibu gin silver coin which had equivalent face value as ichibu kin gold coin was issued and after that the issued amount of ichibu kin decreased dramatically.
  139. Also in the literature of Song dynasty, CHI Ei theory (Song's SHU Chobun, "Syoen Seika"), CHO Kyoku theory (Song's CHIN Shi, "Bokuchi-hen") and so on can be found.
  140. Also in the middle of the season, the club got DF Hiroki MIZUMOTO from Gamba Osaka to stabilize the defense, and FW Eldis Fernando DAMASIO "Fernandinho" from Shimizu S-PULSE to make up for FW Paulinho who had broken away because of injury for a long term (and whose name was crossed off the registration list.)
  141. Also in the modern age, a lot of pictures were painted in the style of emakimono by such artists as Sotatsu TAWARAYA, Tanyu KANO and Matabei IWASA, but these pictures are now often excluded from the category of 'emakimono.'
  142. Also in the nagauta music of "Sankyoku Ito no Shirabe" and "Sankyoku Sho-chiku-bai," things about shamisen, so and kokyu are chanted and the music of each instrument is played only on shamisen (without actually using the instruments of sankyoku).
  143. Also in the public restrooms, underage people smoke or some people install a camera inside the compartment and secretly film or commit debakame (peeping Tom, voyeur) or crimes such as rape are sometimes committed.
  144. Also in the same period he reached the position of Hoin Gon-Daisozu (Junior Prelate with the highest priestly rank of Hoin).
  145. Also in the same year, Yoritomo was appointed to kurodo of Ukone no shogen (Lieutenant of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) in February (January in old lunar calendar), and in August (June in old lunar calendar), he was appointed to kurodo of Emperor Nijo.
  146. Also in the same year, he was defeated by the Imagawa clan at the second battle of Azukizaka and he lost Ansho-jo Castle in the third battle of Ansho-jo Castle, which subsequently happened, then he gradually became surrounded by Imagawa, Saito and other domestic enemies.
  147. Also in the same year, the second ordinary election for the House of Councilors and Kyoto mayoral election were held, and Ikuo OYAMA and Gizo TAKAYAMA both of whom were recommended by Minto won the elections, respectively.
  148. Also in the shops where the staff grills it in the kitchen, it is common to serve chopsticks, not spatulas.
  149. Also in the southern area, Shoitsukyo of the Gotomaido stream had considerable influence.
  150. Also in the stage of Jujiro,Mitsuhide stepped out of the nijyuyatai (literally, double stages)
  151. Also in the various historical dynasties there were instances of an Empress Dowager conducting governance by women.
  152. Also in the vicinity of Kisarazu City, Chiba Prefecture, there remain what are said to be the burial mounds of Tochi no Himemiko and her children.
  153. Also in the well-established shops in Mihara City, 'ika furai' which fries noshiika (flattened dried cuttlefish) is often called 'noshiika' to distinguish it from 'nama ika.'
  154. Also in the world of kimono fashion, Edo was already in a superior position around this time.
  155. Also in the year 2009, only on Saturdays and holidays from April 4 to May 31, these special trains ran.
  156. Also in this period, swords with 'Shinogizukuri' (ridged style) whose cross section of the body of blade is rhombic started to be made instead of the Hirazukuri (no ridge style) or Seppazukuri (front ridge style).
  157. Also in this point, the difference between bushi and military officer can be seen.
  158. Also in this year, Shigeyoshi NABESHIMA, the feudal lord of Takeo in the Saga Domain, became his disciple, and a year after in 1835, along with granting menkyo-kaiden (full proficiency), he presented his first original cannon (a bronze mortar).
  159. Also in this year, the up-and-coming starlet Junko KANO retired from the industry.
  160. Also in those days, shoens were directly managed and thus cost a lot economically and in personnel.
  161. Also in times of peace, they went to kokushi-kan (house of kokushi) and served by rotation.
  162. Also in universities, when placed as a room in buildings for normal classes, it is sometimes called kogishitsu (teaching room) and daikyoshitsu (great classroom).
  163. Also in various Buddhism dictionaries and so on, oshi (横死) is defined as ending one's life without depending on one's goka (good or bad results caused by one's own karma) of the past world.
  164. Also included are Kyoi HAKU and the other disciples.
  165. Also included is Rokujizo-Yodo Line Keihan Uji Kotsu that ran between Keihan Rokujizo and Keihan Yodo.
  166. Also included is Takauji ASHIKAGA, the patriarch of the Ashikaga Shogun family line.
  167. Also increasing are cases where the employees of department stores and other commercial establishments, tourism and entertainment services are beginning to wear yukata as a uniform for the summer season.
  168. Also initially, Nobunaga had been taking a cooperative policy with the Emperor at the time, Emperor Ogimachi, but as time went on, he started to act as if he was deified, even interfering with the establishment of the calendar which was set by the Imperial Count.
  169. Also inside the Isshiki clan, there was a fight between his uncle Mochinori ISSHIKI and his nephew Norichika ISSHIKI over the succession to the family head.
  170. Also introduced into Kabuki two months after the premiere.
  171. Also it became indispensable as a supplement of magazines for children.
  172. Also it became the kiganji (the temple that somebody prays for their wishes) of Takauji ASHIKAGA.
  173. Also it can be given that a huge number of precedents and usage of the law were formed and became complicated after almost a half century since the establishment of bakufu.
  174. Also it can be seen as disturbance of consciousness.
  175. Also it completely denies miracles which existing religions regard as important 'sign' and 'proof' of God and refers to them in some chapters sounding an alarm to people who want such miracles and believe them.
  176. Also it is adjacent to the Kamo-gawa River (Yodo-gawa water system) and the Katsura River.
  177. Also it is assumed that it was one of the reasons why he wasn't purged that Nagakura from the Shieikanha group was one of his fellow disciples of swordsmanship.
  178. Also it is assumed that many imperial families were involved in the attempted assassination of Prince Yamashiro.
  179. Also it is considered that it had a relationship to Takahashi-so of Hachijoin-ryo (estates of Hachijo-in), in the same province.
  180. Also it is described about the reconstruction as follows (chapter 12 of volume water):
  181. Also it is described as follows that before the perfect world called 'Miroku no yo' comes, people are deceived by a lot of questionable prophets and fanatic religionists who are possessed by spirits who don't know anything.
  182. Also it is difficult to distinguish dug-standing pillar building and other warehouses mentioned later only from flat plans so, there are no clear examples of dwellings.
  183. Also it is generally considered today that in international society the samurai was the best model for Nitobe to explain the high ethics view of Japanese and that every Japanese was educated to be responsible to the whole of society.
  184. Also it is ideal to have the roots spreading on all sides.
  185. Also it is known as the Vow achieving great nirvana.
  186. Also it is likely that he was the author of 'Teikin Orai' (collection of letters for family education) used as a textbook for calligraphy and reading in Terakoya schools in the Edo period.
  187. Also it is one of the three major lake province festivals along with Sanno-sai Festival and Nagahama Hikiyama-matsuri Festival.
  188. Also it is possible for those people related to Doshisha to have a wedding ceremony on the weekend.
  189. Also it is recorded as being the "Kumiyamacho Junkai Bus" (Kumiyama Town Circuit Bus) which a generic name listed on the Kumiyama-cho official website.
  190. Also it is related to the fact that the school founders Joseph Hardy Neesima (Jo NIIJIMA) and Shigenobu OKUMA had a good relationship.
  191. Also it is said in the literary remains of Nichiren describe as follows;
  192. Also it is said that 'Toshidama' is derived from Mochidama (rice cake ball) which was given in ancient times.
  193. Also it is said that 'sakura' derives from 'sakuya' of a goddess, Konohana no sakuyabime, who sowed seeds of flowers from the top of Mt. Fuji and caused them to bloom.
  194. Also it is said that Bodhidarma who is the origin of Daruma's face underwent training without sleeping for nine years.
  195. Also it is said that Hisayasu was related to Hisamori TAKEUCHI who was a founder of Takeuchi school.
  196. Also it is said that Miwa area is the birthplace of somen.
  197. Also it is said that Tosaku lived alone in a small hut and seemed to lose his life force, probably because of an aftereffect of being in a temporary state of apparent death.
  198. Also it is said that his aggressive denial towards Confucianism and supremacy of the emperor were evaded.
  199. Also it is said that his wife and children were allowed to accompany Hidehisa in a tour to go up to Edo and that an envoy of the shogun was always sent from the Bakufu to meet him at Itabashi-shuku, (the first shukuba from Edo on the Nakasendo).
  200. Also it is said that it refers to the mentally collapsing society with many feckless people while recovering after the war.
  201. Also it is said that she had such a close friendship with Rodin and his wife as they lived under the same roof.
  202. Also it is said that, in 807 prior to foundation, the morning star (Venus) fell on this site, which made Kukai consider that this was a holy place, and he founded the temple there.
  203. Also it is sometimes used for name of a cloth with one haba, and unit to count number of the cloth.
  204. Also it is the access line to Kansai Science City, Tanabe area, as it is fondly referred to.
  205. Also it is written as follows (chapter 3 of volume dawn):
  206. Also it is written as follows (chapter 30 of volume Shimotsu):
  207. Also it is written in the Revelation that natural disasters will occur simultaneously.
  208. Also it refers to the children who automatically became U.S. citizens because they were born in the U.S., which has adopted the principle of birthright citizenship.
  209. Also it remains as takarakuji presently which collects money for public mutual aids.
  210. Also it should be kept in mind that some names of the arterial streets mentioned above are mixed with other commonly known street names.
  211. Also it was divided into two families, Zaikoku (staying in original province) and Zaikyo (staying in Kyoto), to make every effort toward conflicts in the Kinai region (provinces surrounding Kyoto and Nara).
  212. Also it was in the middle of the peaceful transfer of power to the Jin Dynasty established by the Shima clan, the Emperor's maternal relative.
  213. Also it was ordered by Shogun Ieyasu TOKUGAWA for the marriage of the daughter of Katsuyori TAKEDA, Sada, and bear the family name Miyahara only for the family head and his legitimate child and to bear the name of Anayama for the child born out of wedlock.
  214. Also it was the incident that forced the Imperial Court to change its policy drastically from 'Joi' (expulsion of foreigners) to 'Opening of a country to the world and amity.'
  215. Also it will start with a military attack from the north.
  216. Also its portion within Osaka Prefecture is called 'Shibukawa-michi' (Shibukawa road).
  217. Also its project contractor Obayashi Gumi was facing insolvency without getting paid after the promissory notes became worthless.
  218. Also its surface is said to be so shiny for a bisque (fired pottery).
  219. Also keeping up han will be one of the causes to hinder Japanese political integration so Hirobumi ITO wanted to abolish the system as soon as possible.
  220. Also known as 'Chie-mairi' (prayer for wisdom).
  221. Also known as 'Echigo Nikko Kaisan-do Hall' and 'Oura Kaisan-do Hall.'
  222. Also known as 'Ie no shu,' kashu is simply a name which tries to mimic the Chinese pronunciation.
  223. Also known as 'Joraku-an'
  224. Also known as 'Kuregaku,' (literally means the performance of Wu) or 'Kureno Utamai' (the music and dance of Wu), it was a singing and dancing brought from state of Wu located in Southern China within the cultural sphere of Buddhism.
  225. Also known as 'Mandokoro Gebu' (low-ranked personnel at Mandokoro)
  226. Also known as 'Red Shaka.'
  227. Also known as 'Shiki no kami' or 'shiki.'
  228. Also known as 'Yasosho' and 'Yakyo' because of his rebelliousness.
  229. Also known as 'umaki tamago.'
  230. Also known as Doton.
  231. Also known as Goro.
  232. Also known as Hachijin Garden.
  233. Also known as Hidemochi.
  234. Also known as Honji-do (Hall of the Original Form), it sits on a slightly elevated position in the east of the grounds atop a steep stone staircase.
  235. Also known as Isaserihiko (his original name), he took the name Kibitsuhiko after subjugating Kibi Province.
  236. Also known as Kokushi-genzaisha Shrine or Kokushi-shosaisha Shrine.
  237. Also known as Kuninosokotachi no Mikoto.
  238. Also known as Kyoto Silver Palace Shogi, or Kyoto Silver Palace Kinkei Hifu Shogi.
  239. Also known as Okitsushima hime no mikoto.
  240. Also known as Okitsushima-hime (奥津島比売命).
  241. Also known as Ototachibanahime no Mikoto, Otachibanahime no Mikoto, or Tachibanano Okisaki, she is referred to as Oto Tachibana Hime in the "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters).
  242. Also known as Sayori bime no mikoto.
  243. Also known as Seikanron Seihen (political changes of debate on subjugation of Korea)
  244. Also known as Seinan no eki, Teichu no ran, Junen senso (in the Kagoshima dialect, Jinen no yussa), and Shigakko Senso, it was the biggest among a series of uprisings of warrior class broke out in the early Meiji period.
  245. Also known as Shojin, he, a bokan (a residential retainer) serving at Hongan-ji Temple, was a top-ranking te-sarugaku (amateur Noh) performer who had studied under Yoshikatsu KONPARU (also known as Gyuren, the father of Yasuteru, the sixty-first head).
  246. Also known as Shutan no ba (a tragic scene)
  247. Also known as Sinology, it is particularly based on Kobun learning, characterized by learning of the relationship between things and their names, and of old words.
  248. Also known as Sukezaemon NAYA.
  249. Also known as TADA no Yoritsuna.
  250. Also known as Taira hangan.
  251. Also known as Yoshikiyo YOSHIWARA.
  252. Also known as a disciple of Honinbo Josaku and Honinbo Shuwa, 8-dan Jun Meijin (the title next to Meijin in the Edo period) and the 18th Honinbo.
  253. Also known as a flamboyant feudal lord who had manors in Yamashiro Province, Yamato Province, and Iga Province.
  254. Also known as an excellent waka poet, Yorimasa was actively engaged in waka poetry and other cultural activities, 'Gen-zanmi Yorimasa-shu' is an anthology of his poems.
  255. Also known as an ichthyologist, he is a taxonomic researcher of gobioidei.
  256. Also known as an incomparable cat lover, Kuniyoshi kept several cats all the time, and it is even said that he painted with his cats in his arm and there are a plenty of his works in which cats are personified.
  257. Also known as aogai (literally meaning "blue-green shellfish"), because it has green feet.
  258. Also known as biwagai (literally meaning "medlar shellfish"), because its feet are ocher, the color of Japanese medlar (a fruit).
  259. Also known as gokenjo (literally meaning 'widow woman'), because the flat shell resembles a bivalve shell but as it does not have a matching shell it can be compared to a widow who has lost her husband.
  260. Also known as his commonly used names, Yasoya and Sukezaemon.
  261. Also known as kurogai (literally meaning "black shellfish"), because it has a black shell.
  262. Also known as mengai (literally meaning female shellfish), in contrast to ongai, as 'on' also means male.
  263. Also known as metaka awabi (medaka awabi), because "madaka" and "metaka" mean the 'elevated eye' on the shell.
  264. Also known as ogai, originally meaning an offering to the Imperial Family or Ise Jingu Shrine.
  265. Also known as sakuragayu.
  266. Also known as seguro (literally meaning "black back"), because it has a black shell.
  267. Also known as somin tashiya.
  268. Also known as the Futahashi-Uesugi family or the Hachijo-Uesugi family.
  269. Also known as the Honzon of Ichienbudaisoyo, it was drawn by Nichiren, the founding father of Nichiren Shoshu Buddhism, on a Japanese cinnamon tree and engraved by Izumi-ko Nipposhi.
  270. Also known as the Shijo-Uesugi family.
  271. Also known as the Takuma-Uesugi Family.
  272. Also known as 善相公
  273. Also known as 許三官.
  274. Also known as: Tosanba (the scene where no one is permitted to enter the auditorium in the middle of the play)
  275. Also known simply as "Shunshosho," it was written by Kigin KITAMURA (1624 - 1705), who was famous as a classical scholar early during the Edo period.
  276. Also many mimetic words are used like 'gunnari' (literally, 'limb'), 'chinmari' (literally, 'very small') and so on, which have 'n' at the second syllable and 'ri' at the fourth syllable as in the word 'hannari.'
  277. Also many of the natsumatsuri festivals tend to have originated in the events observed in rural communities to relieve farmers' fatigue from their agricultural work in the summer season, or originated in the events observed in urban communities to hold memorial services for the people who died from epidemic in summer before the Edo Period.
  278. Also many reprints were published since the late Meiji Period.
  279. Also men wearing female clothing beat the drum and dances.
  280. Also miso soup such as Inamuduchi made with ingredients like pork, kamaboko (fish sausage), konnyaku (a gelatinous food made from devil's-tongue starch), shiitake mushroom and seasoning with white miso, and sakanajiru made with fish (whole or chunks) are popular.
  281. Also note that only the 14th Shogun Yoshihide ASHIKAGA actually assumed the position of Shogun among the lineage of Hirashima even though they are called "Kubo," so the word "Kubo" means the Shogun family for the other people.
  282. Also note that the tayu are commonly called 'Kottai,' but not 'Oiran.'
  283. Also nowadays, from the influence of pizzas, crepes and so on from foreign countries or other creative cuisine, ingredients like cheese, strawberry, chocolate and the others are topped on it and the shops have increased, where unique okonomiyaki suiting the taste of young people are served.
  284. Also on August 1, he came to Wazami where he gave an order to Prince Takechi and gave a command to the troops, and went back to Nogami, again.
  285. Also on Genroku nishukin which was casted for the first time, year seal 'Gen' was engraved at the upper right portion of the back side showing the casting period.
  286. Also on March 8 Jukai is done again.
  287. Also on its northeast side, remains of a building with a covering and an attaching garden were found.
  288. Also on the Article of June 15, 1185, it stated the decision to cancel the Shigesuke's appointment, and Yoritomo's anger towards Shigesuke's turnabout could also be seen here.
  289. Also on this day, in a bathhouse in Nigatsu-do Hall, "Kokoromi no yu" (bath for preparation of participation in Shuni-e) is held.
  290. Also on this day, the core of tomyo (votive light) is made.
  291. Also other than above mentioned volumes there are 13 volumes that have been prohibited to be released by the spirit and Tenmei said about it in 1961, 'So far I'm not sure if those unpublished volumes will be allowed to be released at some time or not.'
  292. Also other things like a waist strap to hold a sword are necessary and the most important thing is a wrapping cloth.
  293. Also people have deep interchanges and connections with their ancestors in the spiritual world.
  294. Also people started drinking kikuzake (Japanese sake liquor with chrysanthemum blooms) in Muromachi period.
  295. Also please refer to the article of "Fundoshi for Period Dramas."
  296. Also please refer to the sections of Keihan Limited Express and K-Ltd. Express (K-tokkyu).
  297. Also poems by Sanyo RAI are widely popular as "shigin" (poem chanting) numbers until today.
  298. Also positioned was Eshi, with a core of the Monbu (gate division), which carried on the yugei traditions.
  299. Also probably because of this, it is not uncommon that the front and back kusazuri were made in 4 rows.
  300. Also published the Chinese version of "Wakantaishotosetsu".
  301. Also recently some electronics retail stores start to sell goods which are even valuable as Fukubukuro named like 'Otoshidama Bukuro (New Year's gift)' from New Year's Eve.
  302. Also recorded in Kenko YOSHIDA's Tsurezuregusa (Essays in Idleness).
  303. Also rectangular parallelepiped iwakura called Omiaeishi remains, and this is considered the origin of the shrine.
  304. Also refer the article of Kasa Tunnel regarding pass with a tunnel on current National Route 162.
  305. Also refer to "Hakuto (train)."
  306. Also refer to 'Maizuru (train).'
  307. Also refer to Arashiyama.
  308. Also refer to Japanese silver coins.
  309. Also refer to Maenad (Greek Mythology).
  310. Also refer to an article about roji.
  311. Also refer to the article of Summary of NHK Kyoto Broadcasting Station for NHK Kyoto FM.
  312. Also refer to the postwar development of the Kita-Kinki (train).
  313. Also refer to the regular Kyoto sightseeing bus.
  314. Also refer to the section on the history of Ozumo for details about sumo in and after the Edo period.
  315. Also refer to water crisis in China, water supply and sanitary states in China, desertification problems in China and environmental problems in China.
  316. Also referred to Shosuke (勝助).
  317. Also referred to as "wataridaiku," these craftsmen spend many years away from home living on the sites of temples or shrines where they develop their skills as they study materials and techniques.
  318. Also referred to as Kachishura Sanban (literally, "Kachishura No.3").
  319. Also referred to as YAMASHIRO no Hinami (or YAMASHIRO no Omihinami).
  320. Also referred to as Yuiitsu Shinto (One-and-Only Shinto), Sogen Shinto.
  321. Also referred to as kazarishi (the fine metal fabrication crafts worker) specialized in sophisticated metal tea utensils, the Nakagawa family has been passing their superb art in metal fabrication down for generations.
  322. Also referred to as shini (deity).
  323. Also referred to as shukueki, they had been maintained as post stations under the system of 'Eki' (staging posts on the kaido) and Tenma (post-horses) since the ancient and medieval times, the Nara period, and the Heian Period.
  324. Also referred to as the 'hondo' (main hall).
  325. Also referred to as the early Naniwa no Miya Palace, it is considered to be Japan's first full-scale palace architecture of the capital city.
  326. Also referred to in this Article are shuttle services linked to the Uji-Yodo Route, including the shuttle line between Uji and Okubo though it is also linked to other routes.
  327. Also referred to yo (妖 [夭]), oni (鬼), kaii (怪異), chimimoryo (魑魅魍魎), tsukimono (憑き物), hyakki (百鬼), ma (魔), mamono (魔物), mononoke (物の怪 [勿の怪}), mononoke (物の気) and yoi (妖異).
  328. Also regarded as an important path to complement the road was Shimogamo-Otsu Line of Kyoto prefectural road and Shiga prefectural road No. 30, which crossed over Higashiyama (Kyoto Prefecture) in the upstream area of Shira-kawa River.
  329. Also released were many video games with a karaoke function.
  330. Also responsible for dealing with foreigners in the open port of Hakodate at the end of the Shogunate.
  331. Also rice exports to Japan due to trade after opening of the country caused soaring rice prices and food crisis and put people's lives under pressure.
  332. Also rolled newspapers are used as swords to beat each other.
  333. Also round shaped chataku is said to be better than oval shaped.
  334. Also ryoro with various decorations was produced in Japan on the order.
  335. Also said to have taught medicine to Yoshihiro SHIMAZU.
  336. Also school education often gives an opportunity to learn about kanshi.
  337. Also school song of Yale University where many missionaries were graduated from, uses the same melody.
  338. Also see the description of Saba-zushi in the article of Sushi.
  339. Also selected was a 'kazusashi' who used kushi (skewer) to record the number of wins and losses by each team in several rounds.
  340. Also served as Japan's consul general in France.
  341. Also served as Kebiishi (a police and judicial chief).
  342. Also served as Sakyo no daibu (Master of the Eastern Capital Offices).
  343. Also served as a negotiator at the Treaty of Shimonoseki and at the Treaty of Portsmouth.
  344. Also shochu has a history of being drunk widely as a popular liquor.
  345. Also significant was the time and cost to develop the advanced woodworks technology and production system leading to today.
  346. Also simply called Kashu (a collection of poetry).
  347. Also since 1600 the Netherlands and since 1613 England began trade with Japan.
  348. Also since fire was considered to carry the muck, measures to use separate ovens were taken.
  349. Also since the Song dynasty, the Zen schools changed to a Kannazen style in which masters give lectures using transcripts of Zen talks and the masters became not to display the same majesty as those in the Tang dynasty including Rinzai.
  350. Also since the late Kamakura period, it was also accepted by the court noble society, he pointed out that the back ground was the common policy goal of bakufu and Imperial Court to realize the principle of the rule by virtue of the sovereign through benevolent rule.
  351. Also some 'tozama daimyo' (feudal lords who were non-hereditary retainers of the Tokugawa family) were promoted to become cabinet officials.
  352. Also some bronze statues of Takauji were made recently; one is placed on the approach to the Bunna-ji Temple in Ashikaga City, and the other is in Ankokuji Town, Ayabe City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  353. Also some call these 3 decades as "years of death," because these wars broke out every ten years.
  354. Also some claim that historical materials imply that there were extra entrances are no longer included in the entrances to Kyoto.
  355. Also some events for children are organized since many children gather in the local area all at once, often the place changes into a children's play area after Jizo-bon festival.
  356. Also some have pockets for convenience.
  357. Also some have the opinion that women acting as miko formed a part of the state authority of Yamato sovereignty (the ancient Japan sovereignty).
  358. Also some human spirits who misunderstand that they are living in a higher-grade spirit world, often speak with confidence when they respond to a human.
  359. Also some of the Awa-Ogasawara clan received territory in Iwami due to the distinguished war service at Mongol invasion attempts against Japan, and became the Iwami-Ogasawara clan.
  360. Also some paper containers have space in paper like styrofoam (many in the Nissin Cup Noodle series).
  361. Also some say that the first and second halves of Tsunayoshi's reign must be evaluated separately.
  362. Also sometimes a spirit of an angel comes to a mother body to be born as a human.
  363. Also stayed also as U-konoe taisho.
  364. Also stemming from this came the idea that the Minamoto and Taira clans, or the Minamoto and Taira families, alternately take control of political power in Japan (Gempei kotai shiso).
  365. Also studied Sinology under Kindai TOJO (died in 1878 at the age of 84), an official of Jingikan (Department of Divinities).
  366. Also supermarkets sell teriyaki sauces in bottles.
  367. Also supposedly laying claim to the Minamoto clan line is the family of Tokugawa Shoguns who established the Edo bakufu.
  368. Also swimming in winter takes place in the same location in January every year.
  369. Also temperatures and rains affect the period of time of flowering.
  370. Also that year, he committed a deed of ordering family members to destroy the residence of FUJIWARA no Ienari, who was a favorite retainer of Cloistered Emperor Toba, the upshot being from that point onwards he gradually lost the confidence of the Cloistered Emperor.
  371. Also that year, with hopes of becoming a maternal grandfather, Yorinaga gave over his adopted daughter FUJIWARA no Masaruko as the wife of Emperor Konoe.
  372. Also the "Sunkoku Zatsushi" (Topography of Suruga Province of the early 19th century authored by Masanobu ABE) describes that Ujinori and Ieyasu were next-door neighbors each other.
  373. Also the 'moon' will be abnormal and the color will turn 'red' and the sun will turn 'black' and the sky will also turn red.
  374. Also the Chichibunomiya Imperial Prince Yasuhito established Chichibunomiya after receiving the Miya go title in 1922, and Mikasanomiya Imperial Prince Takahito established Miyake after receiving Miya go of Mikasanomiya in 1935.
  375. Also the Confucianist, Sanyo RAI, who influenced Imperialism at the last days of the Tokugawa government, insisted there was no contradiction between the orthodox theory of Northern Court and the current Imperial family since Emperor Gokomatsu received a smooth transference of power from Emperor Gokameyama.
  376. Also the Meiji government itself interpreted it like that.
  377. Also the Shoin (a drawing room in the shoin style) outside and separate from other buildings is built in the style of a tea-ceremony house (Sukiya), based upon the traditional Japanese style of residential architecture that includes a tokonoma.
  378. Also the YABUNOUCHI family of the Yabunouchi School and the SEN family were related by marriage around this time.
  379. Also the announcement inside Maibara Station, the train line towards Ogaki is called 'Tokaido Line' and the line towards Kyoto is called 'Biwako Line.'
  380. Also the collections of Otani Expedition were displayed in each country's room of the main building
  381. Also the concert events, and so on, were not held there.
  382. Also the condition of the rock chamber at that time was depicted in "Aoki no Sanryoki" written when the grave robbing happened.
  383. Also the development of commodity economy led to the appearance of what is equivalent to today's travel guidebooks and accounts.
  384. Also the downstream area of the Midori-kawa River and Kawajiri
  385. Also the era was changed to Meiji and the regulation of Issei Ichigen (practice of assigning one era name to the reign of each emperor - an Imperial rescript of a change in era name) on October 23, 1868.
  386. Also the expression 'Udosah' means 'great person' in the dialect of Kagoshima.
  387. Also the folksong Minyo of Saisai-bushi describes him drinking with Masateru TSUCHIMOCHI.
  388. Also the gap between the status of families was created by subtly adjusting their initial posts or the speed of their promotion.
  389. Also the large quantity of the poems it contains is seen as a particular merit of the collection.
  390. Also the major characteristics of Bushido is that the way of thought manifested itself in actual behaviours.
  391. Also the models of shunga netsuke (miniature carving attached to the end of a cord hanging from a pouch) were old men and women, animals, the saints, and fruits.
  392. Also the name of shrines throughout Japan that have received the divided tutelary deity of the above shrine.
  393. Also the operators of Koriwasen were citizens who usually lived on fishing; therefore, since the operators could not trade in such expensive commodities as pepper, tanboku, and copper, they exchanged salt and fish with rice.
  394. Also the outbreak of war could have triggered the intervention of Russia and the Qing Dynasty, and because of this, Japan thought it best to avoid war as much as possible.
  395. Also the park has bronze sculptures and benches.
  396. Also the possibility that the adaptation of rice-paddy cultivation in parts of northern Kyushu that go back to the first half of the last of Jomon period is indicated, but clear evidence of ancient structural remnants have not yet been discovered and is still speculation.
  397. Also the public, due to a flourishing of the study of Japanese classical literature, called for the revival of the Jingikan to save the nation in a time of crisis.
  398. Also the resort area encouraged the Ogoto Station, the closest station to the area, to change its name, and as the result, it was changed to 'Ogoto onsen Station' on March 15, 2008.
  399. Also the school got the auditorium of Muko Middle School from KUHARA and it was reused as the principal's room, office, and meeting room after repaired temporally.
  400. Also the school had support from an intellectuals from the Iyo-Matsuyama Domain (such as Nobuyoshi IKENOUCHI and Kyoshi TAKAHAMA), who had strong foundation as Su-utai (Noh lyrics without music) instructor since the Edo period.
  401. Also the school was economically powerful enough that it issued paper currency called Konparu-satsu (Konparu bills) in their lands in Yamato in the last days of Tokugawa Shogunate.
  402. Also the schools purporting to be taught by Chen Yuan-Yun to gain prestige don't necessarily have techniques like Chinese martial arts.
  403. Also the sixth Prince, Imperial Prince Hisaaki became the Kamakura Shogun in October 1289, and afterwards the situation continued, for a while, to be favorable for the Jimyoin Imperial line.
  404. Also the spirit says that 'Kuninotoko Tachinokami' arranged that those people called prophets in all countries appeared and explained about the end of the world and coming 'perfect world' subsequently.
  405. Also the street is interrupted by the First Central Wholesale Market of Kyoto City at Tanbaguchi Station.
  406. Also the techniques of bringing out the flavor is required by selecting ingredient carefully, cooking properly suited for each ingredient such as skimming the scum.
  407. Also the term of Yaotome is shortened to "Yame."
  408. Also the third century was a period of regression when the seawater receded and sand carried by rivers was deposited over the clay layer at the bottom of dried up ponds and lakes.
  409. Also the three platoons of Kohei SAIGO, Naonoshin ASAE, Kichinosuke SAGARA crossed the river under enemy fire and took other attempts to recover Takase, but the reinforcements of the government army pushed them back and it was nearing sunset, thus, the platoons retreated toward Ohama.
  410. Also the traditional type of sushi restaurants without conveyer belts are called 'fixed sushi' or 'stationary sushi' in common speech.
  411. Also there appeared other cases in which offspring succeeded government posts which their ancestors had been appointed to, and thus a new custom of jikan, in which samurai used a government post at his own initiative without permission from the Imperial Court, became established.
  412. Also there are Myoseki entertainers names that are both `tomena` (the name indicating highest achievable rank) and also indicate the `iemoto` (head of a school/troupe) authority (or at least the individual once held such an authority).
  413. Also there are a variety of other theories however now we cannot say for sure which is correct.
  414. Also there are bags containing catalogs in case of goods too large to contain or services.
  415. Also there are chawans for each kind of tea such as senchawan and macchawan.
  416. Also there are forms of chawan, that were named after the features of the origin of chawan such as tenmoku gata, and ido gata.
  417. Also there are many theories about Fujisaki, and its detail is not well known.
  418. Also there are no detailed regulations about the content of the enthronement ceremony in Imperial Family Law, although the ceremony is compulsory under the Law.
  419. Also there are other fundoshi loincloths for women, like a saiji loincloth for some female divers.
  420. Also there are processed food such as 'kikunori' (dried chrysanthemum sheet) or 'hoshigiku' (dried chrysanthemum), which are made by boiling or steaming petals and drying them in thin and square shape like dried seaweed.
  421. Also there are several cases with tip of weapons impacted human bones in northern Kyushu, and they are clearly human bones showing weapon trauma.
  422. Also there are some pieces like "Shojo" (Monkey like animal in legend) and "Iwafune" (a boat-like rock), which are played in Han-Noh style too often that finally Han-Noh style became their formal performance style.
  423. Also there are some shops where customers can directly order to make and hand over (or place on the conveyer belt) their desired sushi, even same kind of sushi are already traveling there.
  424. Also there are temple newsletters published in branch temples, and the only Dainichiren and newsletters of branch temples are considered as the official organ.
  425. Also there are various opinions about her origins, but they are not reliable.
  426. Also there is "Literary remains of Shinyo EDAYOSHI sensei (teacher): Publication celebrating 150th Senza-sai Festival (Festival for transfer of a Shinto shrine) of Kusunoki-jinja Shrine", which was a compilation of Ryuzoji Hachiman-gu Shrine and Kusunoki-jinja Shrine, published from the same Shutsumondo Publisher.
  427. Also there is a case of not performing the Sanjyushichikaiki.
  428. Also there is a description of 'Kurama-dera Temple Goko' in the historical book of the Kamakura period.
  429. Also there is a large-scale hall used for lectures or movies.
  430. Also there is a record showing the possession of Nii County, Iyo Province and so on.
  431. Also there is a section on the south side of Shimodachiuri-dori Street about 25-30 m long which switches back and forth between being north-west to south-east.
  432. Also there is a sekihi (stone monument) for recollection of Atsutane.
  433. Also there is a sightseeing tour for Lake Biwa, whereby passengers connect at Otsu Station after initially departing from Hachijo Exit, Kyoto Station.
  434. Also there is a strong criticism for officially introducing the Japanese classical Timetable Method in the calendar, going against the influence of China and Europe.
  435. Also there is a theory that infers that he was the person buried in Takamatsuzuka Tumulus.
  436. Also there is a theory that judging from the name, this figure was an imaginary person created by SOGANOKURA-YAMADA no Ishikawamaro or some of his descendents.
  437. Also there is a theory that the very fact that enforcement of the Handen Shuju Ho (the law of periodic reallocations of rice land) could not be carried out after the Heian period had more effect on the collapse of the Kochi-komin Sei, or that the Kochi-komin Sei was not thoroughly carried out from the beginning.
  438. Also there is a thesis that after the war, Prince Otomo went down to Kazusa Province through Tokaido Road (refer to Itabu station for more detail).
  439. Also there is a type called nama (fresh) furikake, which is made by simply crumbling all the ingredients together, add seasoning and mix..
  440. Also there is a type where sushi on the plates are traveling from both sides.
  441. Also there is an interpretation that shakubuku corresponds to Chie mon (entry of wisdom) and shoju to Jihi mon (entry to mercy).
  442. Also there is another place where the Emperor's remains are kept, at Kongo-ji Temple in Kawachinagano City, Osaka Prefecture.
  443. Also there is another theory, that Yoritomo purposely did not capture Yoshitsune, delaying the tracking of his hiding place to diminish the temple and shrine powers, which sheltered Yoshitsune.
  444. Also there is criticism against the theory, which says that it is not right to compare papers like "Ichidai Yoki" with "Nihonshoki" in equal measure because they were compiled in different times and under different situations.
  445. Also there is no reference to Fukai-no-Joten/ Fukaijoten in the imperial edict upon enthronement of Emperor Monmu.
  446. Also there is the hotel 'L'Hotel de Hiei' which is under the Keihan group as well.
  447. Also there is the residence of Marquis Hironobu KACHO which was built in Kamakura in 1929.
  448. Also there is the various regionality in tateanajukyo (a pit dwelling house), such as a round shaped dwelling with special ancient structural remnants called 10 (read; 'Ichimaru') pit at center of its floor, in western Hyogo Prefecture (Harima).
  449. Also there was Yoshisada YASUDA of Totomi Province, who still maintained a neutral stand, therefore Yoritomo and the Taira clan powers did not meet directly at the time.
  450. Also there was a magnificent hakkaku (star anise) at the burial ground however during the excavation confusion, it disappeared and remains missing since then.
  451. Also there was a purpose to prevent rebels against the capital from fleeing to Togoku; in FUJIWARA no Nakamaro's War in 764, closing Arachinoseki prevented Nakamaro from escaping to Echizen Province where his son lived.
  452. Also there was a way to pay back to people of the numbers of tsukitome.
  453. Also there was a young man's dry picture plate found inside the Kazunomiya's coffin, but the plate was not kept property, it became just a glass plate on the following day.
  454. Also there was local ground stone tool which only the cutting parts were polished.
  455. Also there were Nagaya (long houses) for Hirazamurai (lower-ranked samurai) on a terrace beyond the Naikimaru.
  456. Also there were a lot of shochu breweries that produced only kasutori shochu mainly in Fukuoka Prefecture before, but such breweries disappeared and they produce rice shochu or other types now.
  457. Also there were another examples where they kept the same Miya go title which was about to be or already discontinued, in order to succeed the ritual of the prince's family (Marquis Teruhisa KOMATSU, Marquis Hironobu KACHO, Count Kunihide HIGASHIFUSHIMI).
  458. Also there were continual clashes of opinion between Kamakura kubo and Kanto kanrei.
  459. Also these five people involved with this petition crossed each other later in the Meiji government.
  460. Also they are called the Sanshu family as successive generations of the family heads professed to be Sanuki no kami (the governor of Sanuki Province).
  461. Also they blow a conch shell together in the evening.
  462. Also they decided that the diplomatic documents of both countries should be written in Japanese and the legitimate language of Korea (namely Chinese), and the documents of Japan should be written in both Japanese and Chinese for the next 10 years.
  463. Also they filed many suits against Nichiren Shoshu Sect although they knew they would lose the cases; the purpose of doing this was to impart human and financial damage to Nichiren Shoshu Sect.
  464. Also they help acting performance of NHK Historical drama an so on.
  465. Also they made 23 locomotives in their manufacturing plant as a sole private railway.
  466. Also they started to be used on the Katamachi Line on March 14, 2008.
  467. Also this Ikuta school again divided itself into several groups, spreading out and from its base in Kyoto and Osaka and eventually reaching Nagoya, Chugoku and Kyushu.
  468. Also this section was extended at the both ends, namely from Kintetsu Okubo to Midorigahara and from Keihan Uji to Uji Shako.
  469. Also this war was a battle over the imperial throne so before the Second World War, if the students did not advance to the old-education-system high school or more, they were not educated about this war.
  470. Also this was the first enthronement of a female Emperor since Empress Meisho, in one hundred nineteen years.
  471. Also those whose contents are instant ramen noodles are called Kappu-ramen, soba (noodles made from buckwheat) and udon (noodles made of wheat flour) are called Kappu-soba and Kappu-udon respectively, and yakisoba (fried noodles) are called Kappu-yakisoba (instant yakisoba).
  472. Also took on the job of the chief priest of Futarasan-jinja Shrine at Sannai, Nikko City, Tochigi Prefecture.
  473. Also toward the end of the Edo period, the idealization of the Engi and Tenryaku eras became one of the drivers for the Meiji Restoration and this thought carried over into Kokoku Shikan (emperor-centered historiography which is based on state Shinto) after the Meiji period.
  474. Also unique is the fact that the inscription is not on the side but on the bottom.
  475. Also up until Japan's period of high economic growth, the population engaged in the secondary industries was largest in the urban areas of large cities.
  476. Also used as quasi-money were Fuka coins (spade-shaped bronze coins.)
  477. Also used to refer jokingly to a group moving in a cluster around an important person.
  478. Also various existing history books of "Nihon koki (history book on Japan)" of Rikkokushi (Japan's six national histories) were said to be based on the original text which Norimitsu transcribed from the Sanjonishi family. (theory of Tei MORITA).
  479. Also water that is absorbed in rice before preparation for brewing.
  480. Also we make our minds calm by feeling it and sometimes stir our minds and make them rich.
  481. Also we should make this national policy clear and eliminate the heresy (principle of excluding foreigners) and lead public and private sector to this way (and to establish the fiscal discipline was needed but will be answered later).
  482. Also well know is a ghost of Toru that appeared in Kawarano-in, with several such stories described, for example, in the "Konjaku Monogatarishu" (a set of story books compiled during the Heian period).
  483. Also well-known for its use of daibutsu-yo bracket complexes.
  484. Also went by the name Masataka KYOGOKU.
  485. Also went by the names Hachijo and Kawahara.
  486. Also what characterizes Tomoari's natural historian accomplishments are his taxonomic classification technique used for creating not only sketches but also the specimens as the records of the areas where investigation was made.
  487. Also when Kiyomori died from an illness, the Taira clan lost their political power and the Cloistered Emperor had more authority to speak out.
  488. Also when deerskin is dyed other colors, it is dyed after the kusube-zome.
  489. Also when the railway construction mentioned above was decided, some capitalists residing in Japan, such as a British capitalist Canfer, had proposed the government "they would provide funds and construction in exchange for the management right."
  490. Also while many religions preach the necessity and meaning of fasting as a part of the practice, it is striking that Hitsuki Shinji warns against fasting itself strictly in 'proper eating habits' as follows (chapter 5 of volume spring):
  491. Also while not completely unrelated to folklore, the philosopher Takeshi UMEHARA is noted for his work 'History of Onryo' which looks at Japanese history from the point of view of the appeasement of revengeful ghosts.
  492. Also wooden tools were often used as farming equipment and dinning utensils.
  493. Also woodworkers mainly requisitioned from the Hida Province came along with them as their subordinates.
  494. Also written "上紀", "上津文", "上つ文" or "ウエツフミ" and called "Otomo Bunken" or "Otomo Monjo".
  495. Also written as "三蹟"(sanseki).
  496. Also written as "大倭国造".
  497. Also written as "葛木国造".
  498. Also written as "都祁国造" or "都下国造".
  499. Also written as Shoshido.
  500. Also written as 金比羅 and 禁毘羅.
  501. Also written as 飯豊女王, 飯豊王, 飯豊郎女, 青海皇女, 青海郎女, 忍海郎女 and 忍海部女王.
  502. Also written out as 'sorinto' with the kanji for 'to' representing a pagoda or tower.
  503. Also you'll recover from illness.'
  504. Also, "#" marked routes are run with double-decker buses operated by Keihan Bus.
  505. Also, "Azuma Kagami" (The Mirror of the East) includes the name of Yoshikage NAGAE as the grandchild of Kagemasa in the entry of February 8, 1182.
  506. Also, "East-West circuit route tickets" are sold as an original book of coupons, except for the cards above.
  507. Also, "Fudengaku," which is prepared by frying nama-fu (fresh gluten cake), a famous product of the mid-southern part of Owari region, and coating it with red miso, is included in the local cuisine of Tsushima City in Aichi Prefecture.
  508. Also, "Fukoku Kyohei" (enriching the country, strengthening the military) and "Shokusan Kogyo" (encouragement of new industry) were often used as specific slogans in order to achieve this goal.
  509. Also, "Hokke Mongu" (Words and Phrases of the Lotus Sutra) states as follows.
  510. Also, "Japanese Miscellany" (The Writings on Japan) by Yakumo KOIZUMI contains "Story of Koji KASHIN", according to which, Koji called a ship to come out of a drawing, and he boarded the ship and disappeared into the drawing.
  511. Also, "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters) states that later these two gods gave birth to the islands.
  512. Also, "Konjaku Monogatari Shu" (The Tale of Times Now Past) describes that Makibi used Onmyodo to appease the raging spirit of FUJIWARA no Hirotsugu who killed Genbo, while in "Hoki sho", Makibi was regarded as a founder of Japanese Onmyodo, as he brought the Onmyo book "Hoki Naiden" to Japan.
  513. Also, "Naniwa Kyoyuroku" (Directory of Osaka), which imitated "平安人物史" of Kyoto, became a koshi (pioneering figure) of name lists of Osaka.
  514. Also, "Ogura Hyakunin Isshu" (The Ogura's Sequence of One Hundred Poems by One Hundred Poets), which Sadaie compiled upon a request by Yoritsuna UTSUNOMIYA, has enjoyed popularity.
  515. Also, "Roji" (a garden next to the teahouse) was one of the important achievements of Rikyu.
  516. Also, "Ryoshuku mondo' was quoted in "Ansai Zuihitsu (essay)" by Sadatake ISE, but it no longer exists.
  517. Also, "Shimeisho" (Purple Light Commentary), one of the old commentaries, has an oral story that the contents of this chapter still survive somewhere in secret.
  518. Also, "Shogun" is a novel by James Clavell, on which a film and a TV drama series have been produced.
  519. Also, "Sui shu," which features reliable geographical information, without any question identifies the capital Yamato as 'Yamatai written in Wei chih'.
  520. Also, "Tonda Haneko (Miss Haneko Tonda)" serialized in "Jiji Manga" by Rakuten from 1928 was Japan's first serial comic starring a girl and it was a pioneering girls' comic.
  521. Also, "oshi" (枉死, unnatural death) is used in Tenmonshige (astronomical reports in China) in "Gokanjo" (History of the Later Han Dynasty), and so on, while 'yokosama no shi' (横様の死, unnatural death) used as Wago (words of Japanese origin) corresponds to oshi (横死) when it is read in the 'kun' or Japanese reading.
  522. Also, 'A Serpent's Lust' in Book 4 was known for its inconsistency in counting the number of days, but Yasuhiro OWA refuted this.
  523. Also, 'Kobai' and 'Takekawa' were said by scholars to be works of the other author, despite the common view.
  524. Also, 'Kochi Toho 1, 2, and 3,' another Toho-affiliated movie theater in Kochi City, closed on the same day.
  525. Also, 'Kogo' had come to be also called 'Chugu.'
  526. Also, 'Meishin Highway Bus' (bus running on an expressway) started operating bus services bound for the top of Mt. Ibuki, from Osaka Station, Sakurabashi Exit in 1993 and from Nagoya Station in 2003.
  527. Also, 'Mikumari' sounds like 'Mikomori' (to be with child), causing it to be called the Komori Myojin (deity of pregnancy) and attracting worship as the god of pregnancy.
  528. Also, 'Osaka, Suma no seki (Suma Barrier), Suzuka no seki' are mentioned in the section 'On Barriers' in "Makura no soshi" (the Pillow Book).
  529. Also, 'Soba zensho' (All About Soba), a book written in 1751, introduces two kinds of production methods for soba dipping sauce.
  530. Also, 'Taikotaigogu' and 'Kotaigogu' were both officially called 'Kisainomiya' and they are called 'Sangu' in general terms.
  531. Also, 'Utatane' (Fitful Slumbers) that she wrote in her youth is a diary noting details of her broken heart.
  532. Also, 'a book of fish prints' was published that introduces fish prints of taiyaki baked using a single mold pan (as a reference book).
  533. Also, 'edible soymilk,' which equates to rice gruel in the morning, called Shentochan, is cooked by adding salted broth to soymilk and putting minced Yutiyao and chives on top.
  534. Also, 'even if the role was humble, if I were close to the capital, I could visit the court,' he is said to have loudly lamented.
  535. Also, 'ho-jiso' immature fruit, or buds 'hana-jiso' are used to garnish sashimi.
  536. Also, 'kuzuyaki' is a cubed confection requiring high technique of simply roasting all sides of it.
  537. Also, 'sharply cut' and 'not break' are difficult to be compatible.
  538. Also, 1 go of rice is a volume of 1 standard meal and a measuring cup is widely used to measure 1 go.
  539. Also, 15 centimeters mound, estimated to be a part of a bier, along with iron nails for a wooden casket were excavated from the center of the burial chamber
  540. Also, 15 minute walk from Kizugawadai Station of Kintetsu Kyoto Line.
  541. Also, 3,000 Christians were forced to move to ten domains including Kanazawa domain on January 8, 1870.
  542. Also, 4 years prior to his birth, Doshaku (Tao-cho, Daochuo) became a devout believer in Pure Land Buddhism.
  543. Also, AZUMI no Ishinari of the Azumi clan served as the head of kokushi in Wakasa Province in 768.
  544. Also, Abeno-jinja Shrine in Abeno Ward enshrines Akiie KITABATAKE..
  545. Also, Akiko YOSANO claimed that all the chapters after 'Wakana' were written by Daini no Sami.
  546. Also, Akiko YOSANO's library, named "Tohaku-tei", has been moved from its original location and reconstructed in front of Reihoden Hall.
  547. Also, Akinari UEDA added his own view to the Mabuchi's theory and published the book.
  548. Also, Amaterasu (the Sun Goddess), who are supposed to be enshrined in Naiku, is the same as Dainichi Nyorai (same as Todaiji rushanabutsuzo [the statue of Birushana Buddha in Todai-ji Temple]?).
  549. Also, Amenominakanushi no Mikoto is enshrined in Toyuke no Miya in Ise, which suggests Amenominakanushi no Mikoto is the same as Toyouke no Okami in Geku (the outer shrine of Ise).
  550. Also, Arimichi adopted the third son Arimitsu YAMAGATA born between Matsuko, Aritomo's daughter, and Mitsunojo FUNAKOSHI, and was baronized as a branch of the House of Yamagata.
  551. Also, Asian ginseng seeds, strictly prohibited by the Korean government, were secretly brought to Japan, resulting in the success of cultivation of Asian ginseng in Japan.
  552. Also, Azuma-kaido Street in present-day Sendai may have a story that goes back to ancient times.
  553. Also, Basho MATSUO and Issa KOBAYASHI composed haiku using pufferfish cuisine as a seasonal word.
  554. Also, Chinju-no-Mori is thickly grown with bamboo, Japanese shield fern, Rubus buergeri, and is designated as an environmental preservation area.
  555. Also, Choei was engaged in translating numerous Dutch literature.
  556. Also, Chosei took part in the restoration of Hojo-ji Temple, which burned down in 1058, and in 1065 he was conferred the priesthood in reward for the making of statues enshrined in its "Kondo" (main hall).
  557. Also, Choshi, another younger sister by the same mother, had been presented to Emperor Reizei as nyogo and had given birth to Emperor Sanjo.
  558. Also, Cloistered Imperial Princes and Priestly Imperial Princes who entered a monzeki temple (a high-ranking temple where members of the Imperial Family and nobility entered the priesthood) were supposed to be given the title of Imperial Prince as an adopted child of the Emperor.
  559. Also, Daian-ji Temple in the same Sakai City has a grave that is said to be that of Sukezaemon.
  560. Also, Dainagon (chief counselor of state) sometimes filled the position of Danjodai, and in such cases they were called In Dainagon.
  561. Also, Dashi is often served as a spice for cold tofu by pouring it onto tofu.
  562. Also, Department of Mechanical Engineering was reorganized to Department of Mechanical and Systems, and Department of Mechanical Engineering the second course was reorganized to Department of Energy and Mechanical Engineering.
  563. Also, Dharmakara Bodhisattva (Hozo Bosatsu in Japanese), who is believed to be the incarnation of Amida Buddha, takes 48 oaths, and in his eighteenth oath he promises to lead any sinner or criminal to be reborn in the Pure Land, which is tens of millions of miles away from this world, if only the sinner sincerely believes in Amida Buddha.
  564. Also, Doshisha University was reorganized in accordance with the Acts of Colleges in the same year, and the above technical school became the Department of Politics and Economics, Faculty of Law and Letters.
  565. Also, Doshisha University was reorganized under the Acts of Colleges in the same year, and the technical school became the Department of Politics and Economics, Faculty of Law and Letters.
  566. Also, Eiko-Kan and James-Kan within the campus have been registered as tangible cultural properties.
  567. Also, Emperor Buretsu, son of Emperor Ninken, did not have a heir, and Emperor Ketai, who is said to be a descendant of five generations counting from Emperor Ojin, succeeded the throne, but since the blood line from Emperor Nintoku had been broken off by this, there is also a theory that a change of Dynasty took place.
  568. Also, Emperor Seimu was called grandfather, and he supposedly supported his grandson (Emperor Chuai) to become an emperor.
  569. Also, Emperor Showa's pledge that 'as a constitutional monarch, I will not oppose the decisions made by my subjects' is said to have been influenced by Saionji.
  570. Also, Emperor Taisho often asked his aides if 'there was anything that could be given to Yamagata' when he heard that Yamagata had come to the Imperial Palace.
  571. Also, Emperor Uda described the shock at Udaijin (Yoshiari)'s death in "Kanpyo goikai" (instructions to one's descendants).
  572. Also, Enchin points out that there are five faults in Kukai's 'Jujushin Ron' (one of Kukai's masterpiece), and argued that 'neither Tendai nor Shingon is better than the other,' so the opinion of the sects that defines Nichiren as the principle Buddha have been completely denied here, too.
  573. Also, Ennin and Enchin just tried to complete the doctrinal studies of Tendai by re-studying Esoteric Buddhism and introducing it into Tendai Doctrinal Studies, because it was Saicho's desperate desire.
  574. Also, Europe, Russia and America had simulated previously whether or not the numerical goals could be achieved and the influence on the economy based on the energy situation of each country, but Japan agreed on 6% without deep consideration.
  575. Also, FUJIWARA no Yoshifusa ended up gaining total control over of the court due to the sudden deaths of both the ministers of the right and left, MINAMOTO no Makoto and FUJIWARA no Yoshimi, not long after this disciplinary action was carried out.
  576. Also, Fuyo provided education to Ryokuin YAMAMOTO.
  577. Also, Ganjiro NAKAMURA II was the rival and the best friend as their fathers were.
  578. Also, Genisyu describes in detail the emerging customs of samurai families at the time and is valued as the accumulation of records before the books on the ancient practices of customs of samurai families were compiled.
  579. Also, Genpaku eagerly fostered young doctors and medical researchers, contributing to building a foundation for the Western studies to develop further in future.
  580. Also, Gidayu-bushi featured in Kabuki plays is called Takemoto.
  581. Also, Godai-ji Temple had been a center of Shingon Sect worship since ancient times, but it was around this time that Sanbo-in Temple took on the role of supervising Shingon Sect ascetics and yamabushi (mountain ascetic hermits).
  582. Also, Gozoku of Old Gunji started running Myoden (rice field lots in charge of a nominal holder), and became Tato (cultivators).
  583. Also, Gyonen learned Kegon (the thought that virtues are correctly provided due to training and performing acts of charity) from Sosho, Ritsu (vinaya) from Shogen, Shingon Esoteric Buddhism from Shoshu and Shinku (in the Kamakura period), and the doctrine of Jodo Buddhism from Chosai, all of which made him an erudite priest.
  584. Also, Hakodate City, Nemuro City and a part of Saroma Town in Hokkaido, and Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture in Hokuriku hold Obon in (2)., July of the Gregorian calendar.
  585. Also, Harufusa ONO made a sortie to beat Nagaakira ASANO in cooperation with an uprising in Kii Province.
  586. Also, Harutomi YUKI of Shimousa Province swore allegiance to Ujimasa, which increased the power of Ujimasa even more.
  587. Also, Hideo, the fourth son of the Michitomi, was given the title of baron.
  588. Also, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI and Ieyasu TOKUGAWA placed their fudai hitto (chief vassal) Mitsunari ISHIDA and Naomasa Ii in this place respectively.
  589. Also, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI issued so-called Taiko (retired imperial regent) Kinginsen (gold and silver coins), such as Tensho-Oban (gold coins issued in 1588) and Tensho-Tsuho (coins issued in 1587); however, in many cases, Oban, Chogi, etc., which were intended for the unification of the whole country, are not included in ryogoku kahei.
  590. Also, Hideyoshi sent Moritsuki TSUDA and Ippaku TOMITA to the Hojo clan as an envoy of the shogun, and demanded that the clan punish the ringleader of the Nagurumi Incident and immediately visit the capital.
  591. Also, Hideyoshi went as far as to send a note encouraging the participation of Soutan KAMIYA, a wealthy merchant in Hakata.
  592. Also, Higashiwakagoza mikoshi (portable shrine for children of Higashigoza mikoshi) known as kodomo mikoshi (portable shrine carried by children), participates in the Shinkosai.
  593. Also, Hikoushio was known as Ushi no Okimi.
  594. Also, Hina-matsuri (the Doll festival) was March 3 in the old calendar but is now held one month later in many regions.
  595. Also, Hirako insisted that Emperor Kinmei succeeded the enthronement in 531 which was the year Emperor Keitai passed away as stated in "Chronicles of Japan".
  596. Also, Hogo JIKU (a Chinese priest who was born in North India and came to China to be engaged in translation of original sutra into Chinese) named the original "Hokekyo" as "Sho-hokkekyo sutra" (the "Right Lotus Sutra").
  597. Also, Hoin NUMATA is considered as the founder of Tanseki-ryu school, but "Honcho Bugei Shoden" (a survey of traditional Japanese martial arts) mentions that Tanseki-ryu school was a group of Togun-ryu school.
  598. Also, Hoko-shu was formed as the military power directly under the control of the shogun.
  599. Also, Horikawa-koji Alley and Nishi Horikawa-koji Alley ran parallel to rivers (Horikawa River - Kyoto Pref) and Nishihorikawa River).
  600. Also, ICOCA can't be recharged by VIEW ALTTE (JR East ATM).
  601. Also, ICOCA/J-Through cards can't be used from this station onward toward Fukuchiyama.
  602. Also, IKEDA experienced situations in which he was not allowed to see some manuscripts directly, so had to use the investigation results carried out by the other scholars in the past.
  603. Also, Iesada made cooked beans and steamed potatoes, and sometimes he did not consume all of those foods by himself and shared those foods with his vassals.
  604. Also, Ieyasu ordered Tadateru to go to the palace with him in order to report the victory of the Summer Siege of Osaka.
  605. Also, Imayo (a type of poetry, popular in the Heian period) Utaawase (poetry contests) that were much enjoyed by the Retired Emperor continue to be held at the temple.
  606. Also, Iname installed miyake (Imperial-controlled territory) in provinces based on the order from Emperor.
  607. Also, Ingen, Mokuan Shoto, Sokuhi Nyoitsu, Kosen Shoton, Mokusu Nyojo and Rankoku often engraved tenkoku.
  608. Also, Isaniwa-jinja Shrine located in Matsuyama City, Ehime Prefecture, has 22 old sangaku dedicated thereto, and the number is the largest among those known to have survived in one location.
  609. Also, Japanese kanin were strongly influenced by those in the Sui and Tang Dynasties as they were used during the same time as those periods, and look similar to the seals in the Tang Dynasty.
  610. Also, Jifukuzan Hokyoin Temple in Kawaharagaya, Mishima City, Shizuoka Prefecture.
  611. Also, Jokei successfully established a relationship with the Tokugawa shogunate.
  612. Also, Junosuke YASUKAWA, a professor emeritus at Nagoya University said that, because Fukuzawa's national power perspective can be detected in his earlier thoughts, the 'Datsu-A Ron' was no different from what he had said before.
  613. Also, Junyoze (Buddhism Ten Factors of Life), which is a component of the principle of ichinen sanzen, cannot be found in materials other than the original Sanskrit Text or the Lotus Sutra translated by Kumaraju.
  614. Also, Jushidokoro existed as an office to supervise them (the time of its establishment is unknown).
  615. Also, Jyakucho, who is considered the author of "Ima Kagami," was Takanobu's real father.
  616. Also, Kabuki actors of the east and west devoted themselves to brushing up their skills as good rivals, which improved performances on both sides.
  617. Also, Kagoshima is a place where traditional pig farming from Eastern Asia was prosperous, and Saigo's favorite was fatty pork that is said to accelerate obesity.
  618. Also, Kan MISUMI was from Oita prefecture where "Uetsufumi" was discovered, and characters very similar to Sanka characters are used in "Uetsufumi" which only Kan MISUMI introduced.
  619. Also, Kana, which is a phonogram created by disrupting Kanji (Chinese characters), was established in this period.
  620. Also, Kanbun-inchi-shu shows the then distribution of daimyo and each daimyo's kokudaka throughout the country almost completely, and the daimyo distribution map based on this literature is often used in school textbooks on Japanese history.
  621. Also, Kangeiko is one of the few vanishing characteristics of budo.
  622. Also, Kanshi (Hiroko)'s eldest daughter, Princess Yoshiko (Kishi), made her bridal entry into the court to Emperor Murakami after resigning from Saigu.
  623. Also, Kanzan YAMADA, whose style is bold and open-minded, was from that school.
  624. Also, Katahiro TAKEBE, a disciple of SEKI, combined the method of Seki with the Richardson extrapolation, and correctly calculated up to fourty-two digits of pi.
  625. Also, Katsuji-bon made with the Western printing technique and instruments brought by missionaries called Kirishitan-ban (Jesuit Mission Press) are usually distinguished from Kokatsuji-bon.
  626. Also, Katsumoto supported the adopted son-in-law Masanori AKAMATSU and ordered him to invade the Yamana territory.
  627. Also, Kebiishi no jo (Number three officials with judicial and police powers) was often appointed to the post since the post dealt with security in the cities.
  628. Also, Keihan Uji Kotsu restored part of its services to run through Nishi-Imoarai with a new Line No. 31B, as there still existed other services that did not go through Nishi-Imoarai.
  629. Also, Kido empahasized the ability of individuals and appointed, along with Okuma, a former retainer of shogun Junzo GO and Eiichi SHIBUSAWA to posts within the new government.
  630. Also, Kikuo and Shintaro's daughter were inaugurated as directors.
  631. Also, Kinnosuke YOROZUYA played the role in Kabuki-za later in life (Jinzaemon KATAOKA [the fifteenth] played Mizuno).
  632. Also, Kintaro is the title of legendary literature and stories for children for which Kintaro is the hero.
  633. Also, Kintetsu Nara Line and Tanida Nara Line of the Nara Prefectural Route 104 (Ichijo-oji Street), both of which pass across the Site, are being examined for relocation.
  634. Also, Koan wrote Japan's first pathological book called "Byogaku Tsuron."
  635. Also, Koga-kubo, after splitting off Oyumi-kubo (小弓公方), was made a puppet of the Go-Hojo clan, who were descendants of Moritoki.
  636. Also, Konoe no chujo was sometimes called by its other name 'Mikasayama' (Mt. Mikasa) or 'Jisho' together with shosho mentioned below.
  637. Also, Kugyo (the top court officials) who did not rise to a minister and who were lower in rank than the Urin family (the fourth highest family status for court nobles), including Dainagon (chief councilor of state) and Chunagon (vice-councilor of state), were promoted to this rank.
  638. Also, Kunishige DATE and Masato DATE, grandson of Kuninao DATE, were granted a title of baronage for their achievement in the reclamation of Hokkaido.
  639. Also, Kuya popularized Jodo sect to ordinary people, therefore he was called "Ichi no hijiri" (Saint of the People).
  640. Also, Kyoto Mechanism (Clean Development Mechanism, Emissions Trading (ET), Joint Implementation (JT)) and activities for sinks are included.
  641. Also, Kyoto had many of consumers in each social class, from the Court noble, the Buddhist monk to the commercial and industrial men, and was developed in the financial business.
  642. Also, Kyuso MURO described Naganori's personality that he didn't like to bow his head, writing "Naganori was belligerent (or 'cave man' in marginal note) and never compromised" in his 'Ako gijin roku.'
  643. Also, Limited Express "Kasuga" operated between Nagoya and Higashi-Wakayama (current Wakayama) as a regular train during the period from 1965 to 1967, the era of JNR.
  644. Also, MINAMOTO no Hiromasa repeatedly visited Osaka for three years and on the night of August 15 (old calendar) was finally initiated into the esoteric music of biwa, "Ryusen" and "Takuboku" ("Konjaku Monogatari shu " - The Tale of Times Now Past).
  645. Also, MINAMOTO no Yoriie was his heir and right away was appointed to Sakone no Chujo, and then Saemon no Kami, and was proclaimed Seii Taishogun 3 years later.
  646. Also, MIURA said this Yakushi-do Hall was estimated to be the presently so-called 'Terano no chichiyakushi' and it was locally said that a lot of breast milk was made after visiting there.
  647. Also, Manno Museum (Osaka City), which closed in 2004, donated approximately 200 National Treasures and Important Cultural Properties to Jotenkaku Museum.
  648. Also, Manuel Noriega of Panama, Saddam Hussein of Iraq and Kim Il Song and son Kim Jong Il of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea were called "shogun."
  649. Also, Maruyama-jo Castle, that had been a residential castle for the Nose clan for generations, was replaced with Jio jinya (residence for small clans) in the territory in Nose, which continued to be ruled by the Nose clan until the end of Edo period.
  650. Also, Masamoto had no wife, so he did not have a biological child.
  651. Also, Masanori FUKUSHIMA was subjected to kaieki for violation of the Shogunate law when he tried to repair Hiroshima-jo Castle without permission.
  652. Also, Masazumi MORIOKA from Kyodo Unyu became the president of this new company, and thus the company seems to have been on the Kyodo Unyu side at the beginning, however, Mitusbishi employees gained power, causing Kyodo Unyu to disappear both notionally and substantially.
  653. Also, Maurice is highly evaluated as a militarist, who thought up the idea to have three kinds of soldiers; infantry, cavalry and artillery coordinated in order to apply mobile tactics and who actually made the tactics possible.
  654. Also, Michimasa intended to maintain their shoryo in the Sengoku Period, but fled to Iyo Province, as he was oppressed by Haruhisa AMAGO of Izumo Province.
  655. Also, Michiyuki Hatsune no Tabi (Scene of travel of Hatsune) of this work is known as a common name of Yoshino yama.
  656. Also, Mitsumasa YONAI who was active as a Prime Minister and a Navy Minister in the early Showa era took pride in being the descendant of ABE no Sadato.
  657. Also, Mitsutoshi NAKANO pointed out that this was derived from "Soshi (a book)."
  658. Also, Montblanc defended the policy of cracking down on Christians in Japan, and tried to start direct diplomatic negotiations between Japan and Russia.
  659. Also, Motonaga rendered a great service to establish 'Sakaikubo (Sakaitaiju)' (a government which dominated the Kinai region based in Sakai) so that it could replace the Takakuni government which had fled and lost its political function.
  660. Also, Munemura is identified as 中村常陸二郎.
  661. Also, Munesada DATE of Iyo-Yoshida Domain was conferred a rank of viscount.
  662. Also, Myokaku studied on the pronunciations of Kanji and Bonji (Siddham script).
  663. Also, Nagayoshi himself became carried away with literature such as renga (linked verse) and tossed up government affairs.
  664. Also, Nagayoshi tried to maintain their close relationships with the Imperial Court and temples and shrines by holding renga often.
  665. Also, Nakatani executed massive layoffs of 186 employees of the studio in the name of operation efficiency, resulting in a labor dispute, and Murata and other key directors gave guidance for the labor dispute on the side of the employees.
  666. Also, Nanzen-ji Temple was founded.
  667. Also, Naosuke II teaches that one should not talk loudly, slam doors, or hurry into the house and quickly clear up, as soon as the visitor leaves.
  668. Also, Nihon University derives its origin from the law school in the evening session of Koten Kokyujo, and separated from Nihon University was Kinki University.
  669. Also, No.1 gate was named 'Shinzan Gate.'
  670. Also, Nobori-ishigaki stone walls, which are rare and built by a method of building Wajo (Japanese-style castle), are preserved in good shape.
  671. Also, Nobunaga ODA donated 30 koku (8.34 cubic meters) of the Saiindai Palace in the Yamashiro Province in 1575; likewise, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI donated 75 koku of the Iwakuradai Palace in the Yamashiro Province in 1585 and 8 to 8 syo belonged of the Kissho-in Temple in the Yamashiro Province in 1591.
  672. Also, Nobushige didn't have the command authority at the time but Harunaga ONO did.
  673. Also, Nobuyori and family were dispatched to govern Mutsu Province, and Nobuyori and his younger brother Nobutoki were commissioned to govern Musashi Province.
  674. Also, Nobuyori's son (who had become Kiyomori's son-in-law) returned back to his father (Nobuyori) immediately after the call on Emperor Nijo, and the marital ties with the Taira family were dissolved.
  675. Also, Norinaga NAKASHIMA (the 13th generation of MINAMOTO no Toru) was the Senior Inspector of Owari Province (Western Aichi Prefecture), and participated in the Jokyu War as a member of the Imperial Court; the negotiations after the war is noted in the "Azuma Kagami" (Mirror of the East) medieval chronicles.
  676. Also, Octopus ocellatus has a strong preference for white colors, and an irregular form of lure fishing where a needle is applied to a white object such as Japanese leek (edible plant, Allium bakeri, Allium Chinese) and used to fish the octopus that wraps itself around it is also famous.
  677. Also, Okinawa tempura packed in a Jubako is sold by catering businesses.
  678. Also, Okurakyo no tsubone, who was a wet nurse to his mother, Yodo-dono, was his dry nurse.
  679. Also, Omoikane is said to be the founder of Chichibunokuni no miyatsuko.
  680. Also, Otoshiki provides an account that, 'I heard that the child of the heavenly gods had come to Shiki, and that Yasotakeru assembled the troops and armed them for battle.'
  681. Also, Prince Kanimeikazuchi (迦邇米雷王) was written in different ways such as: 稚筒城王 (appeared in "Teio Keizu" [genealogical table of emperor]) and 若角城命.
  682. Also, Prince Sawara and Okuninushi are enshrined as associated deities.
  683. Also, Princess Hatsuko who was a younger sister of Prince Michihisa was selected as a candidate of the wife of Imperial Prince Akihito (at that time), and the eldest daughter of Prince Michihisa as a candidate of the wife of Imperial Prince Naruhito.
  684. Also, Rapid trains using electric cars run between Nagoya and Kameyama, and Regional Rapid trains run between Nagoya and Yokkaichi/Kameyama during rush hours.
  685. Also, Rikyu was using imported goods such as Kourai Chawan (Korean tea bowl) and Luzon (Philippines) pots, which were mass produced and regarded as poor utensils.
  686. Also, Roka TOKUTOMI clarified his stance against the capital punishment in the lecture of 'Muhonron' (On Rebellion).
  687. Also, Rokujo no Miyasudokoro and her daughter priestess return to the capital because when the new Emperor succeeds to the throne, the priestess also has to be changed.
  688. Also, Route 73 was altered to operate one-way only, running from Keihan Yawata.
  689. Also, Ryogen's group developed by using '名帳' and '絵系図' based in Bukko-ji Temple of Kyoto.
  690. Also, Sachio ITO memorial park is in the town, in which there is a statue of Masao and Tamiko, the main characters of "Nogiku no haka."
  691. Also, Sadafusa KATAGIRI, the third lord who was the third son of Sadamasa, gave 1000 koku crop yields to Nobutaka SHIMOJO, his older brother by a concubine, and the domain's koku became 12,000.
  692. Also, Sakabe and Tsukaibe were placed.
  693. Also, Sakamoto-jo Castle was mentioned by Luis FROIS, one of the missionaries of the Society of Jesus, in his book titled "Frois's History of Japan" as follows.
  694. Also, Sanjusan Ogenshin (the images of the 33 reincarnations of Kannon) is displayed on the halo.
  695. Also, Sarugaku became the official music (shikigaku - the music and plays for official ceremonies) for ceremonies held in samurai society, and each domain employed their own sarugaku-shi (sarugaku player).
  696. Also, Shingen and Kenshin did not fight with Nobunaga independently and they cooperated with surrounding daimyo when fighting.
  697. Also, Shinpachi YONEKURA, a survivor of Shinsengumi, also was teaching swordplay.
  698. Also, Shinsui ITO became famous in this area.
  699. Also, Shiotsutsunooji oversaw the descent to earth of the Sun-Goddess's grandson in the Yamato regal system, and it is said that he was a mysterious god that encouraged Emperor Jinmu's military expedition to the east.
  700. Also, Shoin YOSHIDA criticized eating pufferfish in a document.
  701. Also, Shugosho increasingly became fixed to one place according to the development of Shugo's hereditary succession.
  702. Also, Shukuya AOKI was Tenju's cousin who became a disciple of IKE no Taiga through Tenju.
  703. Also, Soseki NATSUME approached Souen SHAKU and wrote about that experience in The Gate.
  704. Also, St. Nicholas Church was completed in 1891, earlier than the completion of the Kyoto Orthodox Church in 1903, but it was reconstructed in 1929 making a substantial change to its dome-like roof and bell-tower.
  705. Also, Suetada served the Kawachi-Genji clan (the Minamoto clan), which had a base in Kawachi Province and came to the fore as an armed group, as an acolyte of MINAMOTO no Yoshiie and his son, MINAMOTO no Yoshitada, who became the Kawachi no kami (the governor of Kawachi Province).
  706. Also, Sukune TAMINO who enshrined Sumiyoshi Sanjin and built the Sumiyoshi-taisha Shrine (Sumiyoshi Ward, Osaka City) was one of the Owari clan, and his descendents are the Tsumori clan that has held the position of chief priest of the Sumiyoshi-taisha Shrine for generations.
  707. Also, Suo was good at the painting theory and when he was fifty-six years old, he preludized for the theory on Chinese paintings "Sansuikoshu" (High Atmospheric Landscape) by Yozan HAMACHI in Ise and commented for "Rongashi" (Theory on painting and poetry) by Kino Shunkin.
  708. Also, Tadamichi's adopted daughter, FUJIWARA no Muneko (the daughter of Saneyoshi TOKUDAIJI) became the second consort of the Emperor, so the Emperor was supported by the chancellor (chief advisor to the Emperor) Motozane and he succeeded in taking control of other clans [families] eligible for positions as regents.
  709. Also, Takamichi KYOGOKU (the lord of Mineyama Domain, Tango Province), one of his sons who used his wife's surname Kyogoku, was adopted by Takatomo KYOGOKU and became a daimyo of Tanba-Mineyama with 13,000 koku (approximately 2.34 million liters of crop yield).
  710. Also, Tameyoshi's wife, knowing that her young children are dead, throws herself down the river to death in the excess of her grief, following her husband and children.
  711. Also, Tatsumi IWAOKA, a camera operator who led Iwaoka Shokai, became the head of 'Koyo Studio.'
  712. Also, Tenguto passed through small domains and the domains were too scared to track down Tenguto, so they just watched Tenguto and the bakufu troops passing by.
  713. Also, To no Chujo came over to see him all the way from the capital, and they were pleased at the temporary reunion.
  714. Also, Tomoari himself was just a local scholar, but he had some cultural exchanges with Chinsaburo YAMAMOTO who was famed as one of herbalism scholars in Kyoto after the death of Ranzan.
  715. Also, Tomoki SHIGE claimed that the title came from a passage in "Sento-shinwa" and "Botanto-ki"; 'The night which the sky turns dark to rain, the moon which goes down to dawn,' which sometimes appears in "Ugetsu Monogatari" as well.
  716. Also, Tozama Daimyo (nonhereditary feudal lords) were integrated into the military system of the Shogunate by the mobilization for Tetsudai Fushin.
  717. Also, Tsuchiyama bus stop was added.
  718. Also, Ukiyozoshi (lit. Books of the Floating World) and Koshoku ichidai otoko (Life of an amorous man) written by Saikaku IHARA became very popular.
  719. Also, Vernal Equinox Day occurs during the 7 days of spring Higan (equinoctial) week.
  720. Also, Wakasa Province had Onyu and Mikata Counties in the eighth century, and only three provinces including Wakasa Province, Shima Province, and Awaji Province had one province and two counties within the Kinai region (the five capital provinces surrounding the ancient capitals of Nara and Kyoto).
  721. Also, Yae (beheaded by shoseito), the second daughter of Hyobu's younger brother Inanoemon TAMARU, left a death haiku which cannot be believed to have been written by a 17-year-old.
  722. Also, Yasutoki emphasized it did not interfere with the legal jurisdiction of the Imperial Court when establishing the code.
  723. Also, Yodo-dono built the gorgeous Kujo shintei (Kujo's new residence) under the name of her brother-in-law, Hideyori TOYOTOMI.
  724. Also, Yorichika's first home base was the shoryo (territory) in Toshima-gun, Settsu Province that is assumed to have been succeeded from his father Mitsunaka and he also worked on establishing other bases in the same province.
  725. Also, Yoshihisa opposed sending troops to Ryukyu which had been actively supported by Yoshihiro and Tadatsune.
  726. Also, Yoshikatsu MIURA, five generations before her, was said to be Fuji Daiguji and the secret leader (秘密裏大将) of the Southern Court.
  727. Also, Yoshisada NITTA is a well known historical two-sword fencing expert, and the 'Taiheiki' (the Chronicle of Great Peace) describes a scene in which he continuously flicks away arrows with a sword in each hand.
  728. Also, Yoshitada's older brother, Yoshichika, led a rebellion in Saigoku (the western part of Japan) and was ultimately killed by an emerging power, TAIRA no Masamori of Ise-Heishi (a Taira clan), who was his father-in-law of Yoshitada.
  729. Also, Yoshitaka KURODA, Hidenaga HASHIBA and Masaharu MIKODA took up their positions on Mt. Tennozan (270 m high).
  730. Also, Yoshitane ASHIKAGA allowed Taneshige CHIBA, kokujin ryoshu of Hizen Province, to hold a yakata-go title, meanwhile soke (the head family) of Chiba clan was also holding one of kanto-hachi-yakata.
  731. Also, Yoshitsune received kanpu for an envoy to search for and kill the Taira clan (item of May 23, 1189 - leap April 30, 1189 under the old lunar calendar).
  732. Also, Yu MIZUNO and Shoichiro SHIRASAKI agreed on Hirako's theory about the year that Emperor Keitai passed away.
  733. Also, Zennyuzan Hokyoin Temple in Ukyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  734. Also, a Daishogun (commander-in-chief) is to be appointed for every three armies.
  735. Also, a Denpo Ajari of especially great virtue was called a Great Ajari.
  736. Also, a TV drama aired on the Fuji TV network on December 28, 2004, 'Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA - a man called dog' is in line with this movement of the re-evaluation of Tsunayoshi.
  737. Also, a ban that was signed by Nagahiro NAGAI was issued in March, 1530, and therefore, at least the death of Nagahiro could not have happened on New Year's Day of 1530.
  738. Also, a bathing place located along the river, about one kilometer from the Nagara Bridge in Gifu City toward the upper stream, was selected by the Ministry of Environment as one of 'the best 55 bathing places in Japan' in 1998 as well as one of 'the best 88 bathing places in Japan' in 2001, the sole case among riverside bathing places.
  739. Also, a characteristic of this method is that the leaves retain their shape.
  740. Also, a clothes rack was placed near the Robe (hearthside) to dry wet clothes.
  741. Also, a combination of several colored threads can create subtle shades within the embroidery.
  742. Also, a daughter named Ryuseiin, who later became a concubine of Nobushige SANADA, and two other daughters who married into the Umenokoji family were able to get themselves out of trouble.
  743. Also, a description can be seen in "Masukagami" saying that 'Koshiro Yoshisada NITTA, a family member of Takauji, launched a war in Musashi Province with Takauji's four-year-old son being the great general.'
  744. Also, a dish deep-fried in sesame oil is sometimes called 'Rikyuage'.
  745. Also, a facsimile edition was published by Shibunkaku.
  746. Also, a forged book titled "Kinshi Betsubon" (by a Japanese bogus writer) was appreciated as a curious book, telling a story that in the Kin (Dynasty), that flourished in the 12th century, there was a shogun called MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune.
  747. Also, a government structure was assigned with the shogun at the top, along with Samurai-dokoro, government office, monchu-jo, hyojo-shu, hikitsuke-shu as the control with the role of supporting the shogun.
  748. Also, a headquarters was set up on the site during the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan) and became the burial place of Yoshisada NITTA of the Southen Court faction.
  749. Also, a less active bacterial strain is used for natto with less odor which has become popular as a result of technical development, and such natto may consequently let sundry bacteria grow depending on the environment.
  750. Also, a lot of domains officially named ashigaru-level soldier (common foot soldier) under the direct control of the domain as doshin.
  751. Also, a lot of them are ornately decorated on Tsuka (handle) and Saya (sheath).
  752. Also, a modern translation has been released by Bensei Publishing.
  753. Also, a mushuku person who fell sick on the road was taken as tameazuke instead of being given protections.
  754. Also, a new bus stop Iwata Minami was introduced on Route 76 between Keihan Yawata and Iwata, thus the section between Iwata and Iwata Minami was extended on May 13, 1982, to operate between Keihan Yawata and Iwata Minami.
  755. Also, a one-party dictatorship system, which is seen in socialist, communist, and fascist countries and others, isn't called a party cabinet either, even though a political party is in control of the government.
  756. Also, a painting of 'a donkey and a man transporting beans' painted by Shichiro INODA, who was the founder of the company is also a symbol of the company.
  757. Also, a part of the second section is based on the Funa Benkei (Benkei in the Boat) of Noh (traditional masked dance-drama) play.
  758. Also, a popular type of kamado used inside the house included a chimney to keep the smoke from filling the house, the high-temperature smoke exits outside through this chimney, while the radiant heat warms the bottom of cooking utensils.
  759. Also, a practical question arose about whether it was proper to apply the laws, which had been enforced in the inland, without any modifications to Gaichi, where residents had different customs from the inland inhabitants.
  760. Also, a recipe for removing vegetables in vinegar or rice bran in a short time may be called asazuke (in this case, the opposite is 'furuzuke' (long-term pickle)).
  761. Also, a registered user can look up and identify a material on the NDL-OPAC system via the Internet and request a copying service by mail by paying the actual costs only.
  762. Also, a related company comprised mainly of younger group members called Tulip Co. produces animated videos about Shinran and sells them door to door.
  763. Also, a relationship suggested in the formation of characters such as the wicked Genta-Yoshihira in "Heiji Monogatari" and Tametomo should be noted, but it is not yet certain.
  764. Also, a renowned warrior, MINAMOTO no Yorimitsu, served Kaneie and donated 30 famous horses to him.
  765. Also, a section from "Tsukigase Kisho" was used in a teachers' college textbook titled "Revised Chinese Classics for Teachers. Vol. 2" (Meiji-Shoin Publications), published in 1932.
  766. Also, a similarity to "Utsuho Monogatari" (The Tale of the Hollow Tree) and "Hamamatsu Chunagon Monogatari" (The Tale of Hamamatsu Chunagon (Middle Counselor)) has been pointed out.
  767. Also, a special form of tokyo-ken was developed when temples were built as a family temple or Uji-dera Temple (temple built for praying for clan's glory) as rules set by the founder or the founding family became a variation of it.
  768. Also, a sprout of gekokujo could be seen in the fact that Tanemune DATE assumed the position of Mutsu shugoshiki (provincial constables of the Mutsu Province) in 1522 over the head of the Osaki clan (in the post of Oshu Tandai (supervisors for the civil government and military affairs in Mutsu Province)) and his son.
  769. Also, a style of writing that mixed Japanese and Chinese words, which can be said to be the direct predecessor of the modern Japanese language, was born and many works were written using it.
  770. Also, a territory with no successive jito was called 'meisho' (明所), and it was put under the control of oban gashira (captains of the great guards).
  771. Also, a unit named 'Turf bijon' (literally, beauties of Turf Vision) was organized aiming to create more appeal for the new Turf Vision.
  772. Also, a younger brother of Jukan succeeded to the otsuzumi-kata Takayasu school.
  773. Also, about 100 letters written by Hidetoki while he was in the Tandai position still exist today, becoming valuable historical materials.
  774. Also, according to "Edokai zasshi,"the population in New Years 1803 (Japanese Years) was 607,100 (However, it is believed that the male population was mistakenly overstated by 100,000).
  775. Also, according to "Honchoshojaku mokuroku" (the oldest list of Japanese books in existence written in the Kamakura period), there were 20 Books of Ryojin hisho.
  776. Also, according to "Koyo Gunkan," two others such as Nobusada OBATA and Nobutane ASARI other than the two busho formed Akazonae for their own troops.
  777. Also, according to "Literary Drafts of the Sugawara Family," SUGAWARA no Michizane, the son of SUGAWARA no Koreyoshi, is said to have written the preface on behalf of his father.
  778. Also, according to "Murasaki Shikibu Diary," there should have been fair copies of Murasaki Shikibu's original text made by calligraphers in those days, but they don't exist either.
  779. Also, according to "Old Man's Tea Talk", an essay by Ei KASHIWAZAKI during the Edo period, in July of 1612, someone named Koji INSHIN appeared before Ieyasu TOKUGAWA in Shizuoka City.
  780. Also, according to "Rekishi-sho"(a history book), when the first Emperor Jinmu, a grandchild of Yamasachihiko, came to Yamato, a man with a fishing rod was riding on the back of a turtle.
  781. Also, according to "Settsu-meisho-zue" (a book introducing beauty spots in Settsu) (in 1798) which depicted a danjiri drawing at Ikasuri-jinja Shrine during the late Edo period, shamisen (a three-stringed Japanese banjo) was played for hayashi in the two storey danjiri.
  782. Also, according to "Sonpi Bunmyaku" (Lineage Sects of Noble and Humble), "Daigo Zassho" (miscellaneous records made at the Daigo-ji Temple Hon-in), and "Heike Monogatari Hoketsu Tsurugi no maki" (Supplement Volume, Sword, of Heike Monogatari (The Tale of Heike)) Tokinaga HAMURO (the Fujiwara Clan), a grandson of Akitoki, is considered the author.
  783. Also, according to 'Shiki' in "Shaku Nihongi" (an annotated text of the Nihon Shoki), Mifune selected 漢風諡 of all emperors from Emperor Jimmu to Empress Gensho (except Emperor Kobun and Emperor Mommu).
  784. Also, according to MIURA, Saku-hime was a reenactment of Konohana-sakuya-hime.
  785. Also, according to Samguk Sagi, Tama O, a son of Konki O, was enthroned as Dongseong of Baekje and still on the throne when KUDARA no Otara died in Japan.
  786. Also, according to a curriculum vitae that was written in Shimei's own hand, he studied at Senshu School (the present-day Senshu University) from February 1, 1883 to December 25, 1885.
  787. Also, according to the "Katsuyamaki," due to the heavy burdens imposed on farmers and local samurais to secure fighting fund for the repeated wars against other provinces, Nobutora's territory was filled with hatred towards him, and people were pleased when he was banished.
  788. Also, according to the chronicle "Imakagami" (The Mirror of the Present), he was known as an expert of the Wagon (thirteen-stringed koto/Japanese harp) and excelled at contemporary and Kagura style singing.
  789. Also, according to the description of "Kanemi-kyo Ki" (The Diary of Kanemi YOSHIDA) on February 4, 1573, there is a description that "明智見廻の為、坂本に下向、杉原十帖、包丁刀一、持参了、城中天守作事以下悉く披見也、驚目了."
  790. Also, according to the experiments conducted by Institute for Traffic Accident Research and Data Analysis, a driving test that was performed at 20 minutes after having 50 grams of narazuke showed breath alcohol content of 0 (zero) and caused no influence on the driving.
  791. Also, according to the records, Nobunaga's eldest son Nobutada ODA performed Noh by himself.
  792. Also, actually the day when the variance between day and night is substantially smaller occurs approximately 4 days after the autumnal equinox.
  793. Also, actually the day when the variance between day and night is substantially smaller occurs approximately 4 days after the vernal equinox.
  794. Also, after 1093, 'shinboku-doza,' in which shinboku [sacred tree] to which the divine spirit shifted, was brought and presented to the capital, was often held.
  795. Also, after 1986, a lot of information and materials including his hand drawn maps, sketches, and diaries were newly found in Joren-ji Temple, where he was born and raised.
  796. Also, after Nakahira's death, the famous Biwa-dai Palace was passed down through the female line and then was acquired by FUJIWARA no Michinaga.
  797. Also, after finishing Toei's special-effects productions, many of the regular performers are asked to appear in the general films and TV programs of the company.
  798. Also, after he entered in the Shiobara's family register, he left his signature, 'Suehiro Saburaibito Seigetsu INOUE' in verbal note which was designated to help his daughter-in -law find a husband who was able to be adopted by her family.
  799. Also, after the drawing danjiri, a performance and dedication in 'hetari' style often occurs on a stage and turret.
  800. Also, after the rice must cools it is gently worked etc and various techniques are used to ensure that fermentation is not too rapid.
  801. Also, after the war started going against them, he defeated Koreyoshi OGATA and Takanao KIKUCHI who rose in revolt against the Taira family in the Kyushu District.
  802. Also, along with the Edo-jo Castle, the new Meiji government took over almost all of the feudal system, which was the characteristic of the bakufu and was the governing structure of the former Tokugawa shogunate.
  803. Also, although details remain unclear, there is a theory that he is the father of Miyoshino, who first became a concubine of Yorinori TOKI and then later became that of Dosan SAITO.
  804. Also, although it does not exist now, chapter 4 is thought to describe the woman living her life as a mother, based on a review by the author of Mumyozoshi (Story without a Name, critique of tales) from the time period where all chapters did exist.
  805. Also, although many reconstructed new-style buildings are found along the street, traditional town houses remain in some sections, showcasing its past as a prosperous highway from days gone by.
  806. Also, although the law was established by the Kamakura bakufu, it didn't work to the advantage of shogunal retainers, but it was operated fairly to every party to a suit.
  807. Also, although the relation with the above-described Oshiroibaba is unclear, there is also the following legend in which an old woman named "Oshiroibaba" appeared during the Muromachi period.
  808. Also, although the time needed to get to Osaka using the Fukuchiyama Line was approximately the same as that of the line using the Kobe Electric Railway (through Suzurandai and Shinkaichi because Hokushinkyuko Railway Hokushin Line was not yet open), far fewer trains were available per hour on the Fukuchiyama Line.
  809. Also, amazake (sweet mild sake) and omiki (sacred wine or sake) offered in the precincts are said to expel evil by drinking them.
  810. Also, among American botanists there are some who advocate the theory that Someiyoshino is an independent type instead of a hybrid between the Oshima cherry and Edohigan.
  811. Also, among his children, the eldest daughter, Princess Yoshiko (Kishi), and the second daughter, Princess Yoshiko (Esshi), were assigned as Saigu (unmarried princess who, in former times, was sent by the emperor to serve at Ise Shrine) by bokujo (bokutei - to decide by fortune telling).
  812. Also, among sakes claimed to be Kimoto type (sake production based on Kimoto method), there is seisei-shu (sake product) with risky sourness which exists just before turning to putrefaction and with harsh taste which makes sake hard to drink, and it is called nezumi-watari (rat's sake) in jargon of workers at sake breweries.
  813. Also, an aid system was created to provide rice, money and agricultural tools to new immigrants.
  814. Also, an alluvial fan was formed on the western base.
  815. Also, an anecdote about Saigyo's going to Sanuki and dedicating his poem in order to calm the vengeful ghost of Sutoku-in appears in several texts, such as in Nakaraibon and also Enkeibon of "Heike Monogatari."
  816. Also, an article about warawa tenjo (a child of good family placed in court service to learn court etiquette) describes, 'yusurutsuki filled with water should be prepared at 柳.'
  817. Also, an attempt is being carried out to find Akinari's true intention by focusing on the signature at the end, 'Senshi Kijin (strange man cutting branches) wrote.'
  818. Also, an emphasis on practicality (which stops short of functional beauty), together with uncritical faith in and dependence on brand can be considered yabo.
  819. Also, an entrance of a samurai house in the castle was moved to Atago-jinja Shrine to build its hall of worship, which is a building in Karaha Style.
  820. Also, an opinion was expressed that 'such conjectures must be sternly denounced from the gender studies' viewpoint.'
  821. Also, an ukiyo-e printing involves a number of craftsmen who utilize the technique of woodblock printing to make printing blocks based on the original picture, and this makes ukiyo-e mass-produced.
  822. Also, anecdotes concerning Yoshika can be found in the 'Honcho shinsenden' (Lives of the Spirit Immortals of Japan) and the 'Jikkinsho' (Selected Stories Illustrating the Ten Maxims).
  823. Also, another critic says that this theory completely lacks a consideration regarding regional differences in the characteristics of dotaku, which probably deprived from differences of the cultural background each local producing group had.
  824. Also, another description tells that they were killed in the residence of Katsuragi no tsubura no omi by Prince Ohatsuse.
  825. Also, another purpose was to provide education in the design of crafts in order to encourage new industry, and it was history making for a school of that time to introduce Western Painting in educational courses.
  826. Also, another thin murasaki-kawa (purple leather) called torikawa (attachment leather) is attached.
  827. Also, around that time he secured the court rank of Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) ('Sankaiki' diaries).
  828. Also, artists like Koetsu HONAMI and Sotatsu TAWARAYA used their own seals.
  829. Also, as Buyeo Pung (Hosho FUYO), himself, harbored hard feelings as he had been sent to Japan as a hostage, the Baekje revival movement did not turn out as people expected.
  830. Also, as Ekiken put an importance on benefiting the society, he used simple words when writing most of his books so that many ordinary people could understand them easily.
  831. Also, as Hideyoshi possessed the land of Awaji and Shikoku, he dispatched Hidehisa SENGOKU, Yukinaga KONISHI, Yoshiaki KATO and Yasuharu WAKISAKA, who were all his vassals reared from an early age, to govern the coastal areas.
  832. Also, as a court function regarding childbirth, there was a custom of playing the board Sugoroku (or, just rolling dices).
  833. Also, as a form of entertainment, wagers were made on the skills of the horseback archery competitors which led to the 'Kasakake' form developing separately and independently from the more formalized and somewhat awkward 'Yabusame' form of horseback archery.
  834. Also, as a military base, the Headquarters of 関内道 was placed.
  835. Also, as a musical instrument, a yuoke made from hinoki (Japanese cypress) is used as a kind of percussion instrument that is incorporated in percussion sets; this is done by turning the yuoke upside down and attaching sticks or other suitable objects to its base to act as supports.
  836. Also, as a result of Nobunaga's policies, the power exercised by the Buddhists weakened at the center of the country.
  837. Also, as a result of negotiation with the Osaka machibugyo about management, it held an additional post of Osaka funate kaku (a class of profession in Osaka whose role was to be in charge of chartered ship management and maritime inspections) for a period.
  838. Also, as a special case, Imperial Prince Sadanaru served as Naidaijin (1912-1915).
  839. Also, as among their retainers, some of them were half warrior half farmer, the local lords had a problem that their retainers would have complaints against mobilization during the busy farming season.
  840. Also, as commentary against "Tantra Ginyu" by Buddhaguhya, there is "Commentary of Tantra Ginyu" by Padmavajra.
  841. Also, as daikon oroshi can aid digestion, it goes nicely with dishes that are considered as heavy such as tempura (Japanese deep-fried dish), fried food and meat dishes.
  842. Also, as far as the legislation was concerned, Takayoshi KIDO and others had insisted on the establishment of the Diet since 1868.
  843. Also, as for kanpu for an envoy to search for and kill the Taira clan, the Imperial Court appointed Yoshitsune to kebiishi without a consulting Yoritomo, therefore it is understandable even if the Imperial Court handed down the kanpu for the envoy to search for and kill the Taira clan without a consulting Yoritomo.
  844. Also, as for the military bills, this design was used until the beginning of the Second Sino-Japanese War in the Showa period.
  845. Also, as he unnaturally ran away to Shimotsuke Province and surrendered to MINAMOTO no Yoshiie, some people think he was possibly in a relationship with MINAMOTO no Yoriyoshi and Yoshiie as the loads and the vassal at the Zen Kunen no Eki (Former Nine Years' Campaign).
  846. Also, as it had come to the stage where dogs given free reign in the gardens of feudal lords would run stray and were often found wandering around town, 40,000 dogs were given accommodation due to the law.
  847. Also, as it is a derivative of oyakodon, the term is sometimes used to refer to a dish with raw salmon or salmon flake and salmon caviar.
  848. Also, as mentioned above, the unnatural evidence in the "Nihonshoki" that points to him being born thirty-six years after the death of his father, Yamato Takeru no Mikoto, is often used to support the theory that he was a fictional character.
  849. Also, as mentioned above, wagashi are also required to incorporate artistic elements.
  850. Also, as mentioned before, monjosho and monjo tokugosho preferred getting government posts with their teacher's recommendation to taking the difficult official appointment examination for the "shusai" rank.
  851. Also, as some Americans do not like nori (dried sheets of a type of red algae), sushi rolls are sometimes made as Uramaki (inside-out sushi roll) in order to hide the nori as much as possible.
  852. Also, as some of the kabuto (helmet) wear decoration likened to Ise ebi's long antennae in front of them, the appearance of Ise ebi with their thick and long antenna sticking out suggests brave samurai.
  853. Also, as some trains start from Kyoto and turn back at Suma during the daytime, the operation interval becomes longer than the above at Shioya and further westward.
  854. Also, as the Joko appointed samurai powers, mainly to the Hei-shi clan, such as by establishing the Joko's own military organization, Hokumen-no Bushi (北面の武士), the power of the Hei-shi clan increased.
  855. Also, as the Takatori-jo Castle was a Yamajiro (a castle built on a mountain to take advantage of the mountain's topography) which was uncommon during the Edo period and inconvenient to access, the domain lords and vassals began to relocate in the end of Kanei era (1624 - 1643) and only Joban was placed in the castle.
  856. Also, as the book says, '内官有十二等 一曰大德 次小德 次大仁 次小仁 次大義 次小義 次大禮 次小禮 次大智 次小智 次大信 次小信 員無定數,' his country had the Kan I Junikai (twelve grades of cap rank) system.
  857. Also, as the conditions of koboku, it is necessary that the ink sticks have been made using good materials and with proper manufacturing process.
  858. Also, as the content of the poems was expressed in Manyo-gana when the poems were transcribed to the Manyoshu, Sakimoriuta is evaluated much higher than Azumauta as a valuable resource in relation to the dialects of the Togoku region.
  859. Also, as the government that was supposed to take the duties of maintaining security had become useless, distributors also had to be armed themselves.
  860. Also, as the group was relatively undiscriminatory against women for its time, Ichiyo HIGUCHI was soon discovered as an excellent poet, and Akiko YOSANO and Raicho HIRATSUKA were also highly evaluated.
  861. Also, as the imperial decree issued in 594 which says that Sanbo (three treasures of Buddhism; Buddha, sutras and priesthood) should be respected shows, the Empress, together with the Prince and Umako, tried to make Buddhism flourish and let Horyu-ji Temple to be built in Ikaruga (a town in Ikoma-gun, Nara Prefecture).
  862. Also, as the manzai performances in front of houses became more common during the middle of the Muromachi period, then tayu wore "tatsutukebakama" (man's formal divided skirt).
  863. Also, as the retainers of shinpan (Tokugawa's relatives) and of Fudai daimyo are not direct vassals, they could not have an audience with the shogun basically; however, the hatamoto status was sometimes specially given to members of the families with a distinguished history.
  864. Also, as there was an increasing need for maintaining security as well as carrying out shomu (management and control of encouragement of agriculture, taxes and so on in shoen) such as tax collections, new Jiin-ho were established taking the local customs into consideration and were enacted as a honjo law by shokan (an officer governing shoen).
  865. Also, as there was little prospect for the business to recover, it was required to be put under review if it should continue.
  866. Also, as there were no clashes (brawls) between students and the police force with the exception of some jostles, no one was arrested.
  867. Also, as well as the custom called 'Komorigaki' of the persimmon, in which the harvest leaves some of the fruit, the yuzu citron has the same custom, called 'Komoriyuzu' in some regions.
  868. Also, as with Horthy Miklos in the kingdom of Hungary between wars, sometimes there was only a regent because the monarch was absent.
  869. Also, at Tenjinbashisuji-rokuchome Station on the Senri Line the staff of the Osaka Municipal Transportation Bureau takes a turn.
  870. Also, at around 17 years of age, he began using "Bosha" as his haiku pen name and writing haiku poems with his father.
  871. Also, at first, 'only sons of hakucho (ordinary people or inferior servants) and zonin (lower-ranking government official)' were qualified for monjosho, as there was a clear distinction that sons of nobles became myogyosho and others became monjosho.
  872. Also, at one time the exercise of "buki jutsu" (the art of weapons), together with karate, such as "bo-jutsu," (the art of using a stick as a weapon) "sai-jutsu," (the art of using traditional Okinawan weapon) and "nunchaku-jutsu" (a traditional martial art with two linked fighting sticks), was long a general practice.
  873. Also, at that time Nagahira wore a glittering silver warrior helmet, which people squealed to Yoriyoshi that it was a notice to the enemy so he was suspected of betrayal to the Abe clan and later killed.
  874. Also, at that time, Ito thought that a political party cabinet was not acceptable because it meant that the sovereign power (national structure) would in effect shift from the Emperor to a political party (yet Ito established the Rikken Seiyukai Party later on.)
  875. Also, at the Hagoita Racquet Festival, Kyugetsu Co. Ltd. produces and displays unusual Hagoita racquets that are adorned with images based on talked-about individuals of that given year.
  876. Also, at the above-mentioned 'Ueno,' other than ekiben, steaming hot anagomeshi are served on the spot.
  877. Also, at the east foot of the bridge lies Uji Station of Keihan Railway which was moved to the present site in June 1995.
  878. Also, at the opinion survey conducted by the government regarding 'preferable holidays' prior to legislate the Act on National Holidays, 'the birthday of his Imperial Majesty' ranked second following 'New Year.'
  879. Also, at the series of peace conferences, Japan requested Qing to give it a right to do manufacturing business at markets and ports of Qing.
  880. Also, at the time of the thirteenth anniversary of Fuyo's death, he and Ennen YO asked the disciples of Fuyo across the nation to collect the seals of famous families and made "Kofuyo Tsuizen Inpu" with the 68 seals.
  881. Also, at yose (vaudeville theater) and theaters, it is 'Shagiri (niban daiko [literally, the second drum])' too that is played when the waiting time and break time are over.
  882. Also, attention should be paid to the fact that in the Edo Period, people who were engaged in the profession called keizushiri made their living by visiting villages and drawing for local residents genealogical tables showing that they came from a distinguished historical family.
  883. Also, authorship of "Utsuho Monogatari (The Tale of the Hollow Tree)" has been attributed to him and "Ochikubo Monogatari (The Tale of the Lady Ochikubo)," and some scholars even regard him as the author of "Taketori Monogatari (The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter)."
  884. Also, autonomous organizations carried out construction of facilities for defense, such as scaffolding, wall, and moat, and made ronin (samurai who left his master and lost his horoku (salary)) into mercenaries.
  885. Also, backed by the country's stable administration, the decentralization of power became obvious, and there were examples such as someone who had received an official announcement of appointment as a local authority transferring that power so they could exercise sovereignty in the region to an influential local person.
  886. Also, bakufu was called as 'goki' or 'gokogi.'
  887. Also, banquets or other official receptions where guests do not stay overnight are often held for heads of state, prime ministers, and other dignitaries who visit Japan for summit diplomacy, as 'Distinguished Official Guests Visiting on Business.'
  888. Also, based on the basic philosophy of "Marobashi", skills for "asaku katsu" (literally win shallowly), which means sharply striking on the forearm were often used in the Shinkage-ryu School (including Ma no tachi, Kuneri uchi, Itto ryodan, Seiko sui and "Marobashi uchi", the typical one).
  889. Also, based on the fact that Keijiro said later, "I would never rely on anyone else in all the world but lord Kagekatsu of Aizu to be my master," some say that Keijiro's behavior represents his respect for Kagekatsu, whom he trusted as the only just person.
  890. Also, based on the fact that a magnificent shrine such as Geku was constructed for a culinary deity (Toyoukebime is a culinary deity) in the first place, there is a belief that this is, literally, an initiative for the resurrection of Toyouke Daijin (Shinto-Buddhism version of Toyoukebime).
  891. Also, based on the things emphasized, it is classified as:
  892. Also, basically, spice, sugar, and so on are not added.
  893. Also, basically, the Imperial Throne is said to be an unbroken imperial line and there is a controversy among scholars over whether specific examples of usurpation of the imperial throne were attempts or in fact, usurpation of the imperial throne.
  894. Also, bathing facilities which use such hot water are generally called hot springs.
  895. Also, because "kodomo zazenkai" is only zazen "experience," a system so-called "kibo-saku" is often adopted.
  896. Also, because Domyojiko is relatively expensive, the Kamigata style is often more expensive than Edo style made from wheat flour.
  897. Also, because Kenshi/Kiyoko gave birth to Princess Teishi/Yoshiko/Sadako, the relationship between him and the Emperor gradually worsened.
  898. Also, because OKUBO withdrew his opposition to the currency reform declaration by OKUMA which he had canceled before, the reform was rescheduled to be issued on April 29.
  899. Also, because Shinto associates death with "kegare" (impurity), funeral rites are rarely performed at a shrine, a sacred place where gods rest.
  900. Also, because it focuses on mastery over the rear palace by the Northern House of the Fujiwara family rather than on politics, the descriptions in the latter part seem like mere lists of facts.
  901. Also, because it is a dictation of what Zeami said as it is, there are many parts whose meanings are difficult to grab and understand.
  902. Also, because of his friendship with Ukon TAKAYAMA he became a Christian and took the Christian name "Leon."
  903. Also, because of the impact of these reforms, the network of existing publishers collapsed and with this, emerging publishers were able to publish many 'Gokan' picture books.
  904. Also, because the Hiraoka-no-muraji clan, the ancestor of the Mizuhai clan, had come from the same line as the Nakatomi clan, it can be said that the Mizuhai clan had kinship with the Fujiwara clan, descendants of the Nakatomi clan.
  905. Also, because the NDL holds an enormous amount of materials, and the scope of its services encompasses the nation as well as foreign countries, there are many restrictions and inconvenient points for individual users.
  906. Also, because the first two Chinese characters of Okuninushi can also be pronounced as 'daikoku' Okuninushi has been syncretized with Daikokuten (Mahakala or Daikoku-sama) that shares that pronunciation and has been accepted in the beliefs of the common people.
  907. Also, because the name of the era used for most of the Azuchi Momoyama period was Tensho (天正), it is sometimes referred to as the Tensho period.
  908. Also, because the number of practitioners in the children's, juvenile and senior segments is increasing nowadays, it is more common that players other than advanced practitioners will wear headgear and guards.
  909. Also, because there are fewer opportunities to wear wafuku on a regular basis except for summer festivals and other events where one would intentionally wear yukata, it's no longer being considered even as informal wear largely by young women with comparatively frequent chances to wear yukata, among others.
  910. Also, because there are not enough descriptions in the official history books of Japan, "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters) and "Chronicles of Japan," in order to discern the reality of Yamatai and Himiko, long-standing discussions about the location and the relationship with the Yamato Dynasty continue.
  911. Also, because this style puts pressure on the knees, it is a painful position for people who have problems with their legs and backs.
  912. Also, before that, there was another story that Korechika approached the palanquin of Nyoin (the Empress) on the way to Ishiyama-dera Temple and implored help, but Michinaga, who attended Nyoin, scolded Korechika and turned him away; those stories told how Korechika felt miserable when he was given such cold receptions by his aunt.
  913. Also, being a cultural person, he made friends with FUJIWARA no Sadaie (also known as FUJIWARA no Teika) and Eisai, and was knowledgeable about customs and practices of the court and military households.
  914. Also, being a tea master, Sokyu served as Nobunaga's sado (person in charge of the tea ceremony) along with SEN no Rikyu and Sogyu TSUDA.
  915. Also, being hit repeatedly, the sword gradually becomes warped in the opposite direction from its original curvature.
  916. Also, beside Higashioji-dori Street, Kyoto City has other arterial roads having "oji" in their names, such as Kitaoji-dori Street, Nishioji-dori Street and Kadonoji-dori Street; however, they didn't exist until the Meiji period but were built in the modern age or later.
  917. Also, boiling sakamai is difficult, and even expensive sakamai like Yamada nishiki from the toku-A district is hard to make it into tasty boiled rice.
  918. Also, boxes called "himitsubako" (secret boxes) are famous, which are boxes that are hard to open because of the sliding mechanism made with wooden pieces.
  919. Also, branch libraries comprise a network centered around the main libraries of the NDL; they exchange materials published by agencies, lend the materials and collectively provide joint training for librarians.
  920. Also, buke tenso Kanetane HIROHASHI and Mitsutsuna YANAGIHARA, who were worried about conflict against the bakufu, attempted to persuade young Michika.
  921. Also, busho (commanding officer) such as Toratsuna KASUGA (later known as Masanobu KOSAKA) and Kyoraishi Minbu (later known as Nobuharu BABA) who supported the Takeda clan in later days were selected and promoted by Nobutora.
  922. Also, by cooking koya-dofu processed with baking soda in a rice cooker together with water, it can make tofu close to the ordinary type.
  923. Also, by copying Western books including Jonston's "Dobutsu Zufu" (Zoological Encyclopedia), he learned techniques of drawing animals such as lions, snakes and horses, which had been a stereotype of Oriental paintings, in three dimensions by using shadow effects.
  924. Also, by its nature that loyal subjects to the country or imperial family are enshrined, Bekkaku Kanpeisha was treated equally to Kanpei shosha, but it does not mean that they were in a higher rank than Kokuhei shosha.
  925. Also, calling himself 'An Amida Butsu' and leaving many Amida Nyorai statues shows that he was a devoted Amida follower.
  926. Also, cars for the Sunrise Tour is limited to two (currently C-3716/ 3717) due to curtains equipped on the vehicles.
  927. Also, cash gained by selling "Taki no Shiraito" was reserved for employees' retirement allowance.
  928. Also, castle construction during the Sengoku period developed techniques such as civil engineering and masonry construction related to castle walls and these techniques formed the foundation for the civil engineering techniques of hikiya gyo or dote ninsoku, who later became scaffolding men during the Edo period.
  929. Also, certain Chinese restaurants serve "Tenshin chahan" that is prepared by pouring the gelee for Tenshin-han on the top of omuchahan.
  930. Also, changes were made by deleting the laws of which some parts were not used and the specific phrases which modified the laws.
  931. Also, cherry trees have been planted in many schools as a spring flower which boosts the mood of the entering ceremony.
  932. Also, chigyodaka (a stipend in terms of the rice production of the fief) of the Hirata family was raised to 31 koku (about 5,580 liter) and it became the third-ranking jige family.
  933. Also, children's sueing parents and follower's sueing a master were regarded as criminal.
  934. Also, choka have no classification for the genre of song, equivalent to tegotomoto of jiuta.
  935. Also, chronologically, the story goes back in time.
  936. Also, close at hand regional specialties are used as appetizers and sold etc and, whilst marking a specific juncture for the sake brewer, it is an important event for a region.
  937. Also, commanders of the Eastern Camp wept over his death.
  938. Also, companies such as Japan Energy Corporation and Nippon Oil Corporation use white or subdued colors for their logos instead of using their usual corporate colors.
  939. Also, compared to the Oshu Fujiwara clan's Chinjufu Shogun, it lacked the important, active element of 'warrior's self-rule.'
  940. Also, compared with Kana Soshi and Ukiyo Zoshi, which came later, many Otogi Zoshi stories are of unknown authorship.
  941. Also, considering that his eldest legitimate son, Masahisa (政久) AMAGO, was given one kanji character from his former lord, Masatsune KYOGOKU, it is rational to think that Tsunehisa was forgiven for his tax embezzlement charges and later handed over the post of shugo from Masatsune.
  942. Also, considering the anarchy in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan), some zaichokanjin grew up to be shugo (for example, the Ouchi clan).
  943. Also, contemporary poets such as Kishi Joo (high ranking lady in the court), FUJIWARA no Michitsuna's Mother, and FUJIWARA no Kinto were included.
  944. Also, customers preferred noodles they could quickly bite off and easily swallow.
  945. Also, daimyo who incurred Hideyoshi's displeasure in regards to the Hidetsugu Incident belonged to the East camp of the Tokugawa side at the Battle of Sekigahara.
  946. Also, deciduous trees such as the keyaki (a type of elm) and the muku tree are not supposed to commonly grow in the mature forests located to the south of the flatlands in central Honshu (the main island of Japan).
  947. Also, deep red moquette was used for seats (blue moquette was used for ordinary second-class cars at the time), though the seats themselves were same as those used during the prewar era; namely fixed cross-seats and long-seats.
  948. Also, depending on the region, performers are in some cases limited to being young boys and girls.
  949. Also, depending on the region, some performers wear heavy makeup.
  950. Also, disposable portable products called 'portable toilet' exist and are used for emergency.
  951. Also, divided prevailing price in the cities into three ranks as upper, middle, lower (each was described as three ranks further such as expensive or cheep, so it was actually nine ranks) every 10 days (once a month in the 'Engishiki' [an ancient book for codes and procedures on national rites and prayers]).
  952. Also, downstream of the Shira-kawa River, streets having the name of Shirakawa-dori Street are found in Gion.
  953. Also, drumming kodaiko with flat bamboo sticks (or sticks that changed the shape of drum sticks) is quite characteristic of this style.
  954. Also, due to the location of Maizuru Chinju-fu, many old navy related facilities are still located in the area.
  955. Also, due to the nature of commentary and explanation, it was common to see shomono which emulated the contents of previous compositions, in this way shomono differs from general literary works.
  956. Also, due to the short history of service its crossings are not called 'Kawabata-Sanjo,' 'Kawabata-Shijo' or 'Kawabata Shichijo' in the same way as those of other streets, but instead they are commonly called by the bridge names 'Sanjo-ohashi,' 'Shijo-ohashi,' 'Gojo-ohashi' and 'Shichijo-ohashi.'
  957. Also, due to the specific tastes of Japanese consumers, production of additive-free and pesticide-free wine also grew.
  958. Also, due to the streamlining and transfer of elementary schools, the attendance units of elementary schools themselves have changed from those times, but the names of the school districts are used in the present-day as 'former school districts' for the names of an area.
  959. Also, due to the transport of books by ship it became easier to get information about the tenkoku in China, so that "Kokon Inshi," written by Jokan, and "Gakukohen," written by Go Kyuen, were published.
  960. Also, during that time, the Asakura clan improved not only its military power but also its social status because of accomplishments such as dispatching soldiers to Kyoto, making contact with the Shogun family, and receiving hospitable treatment from them, all evidence of their real power.
  961. Also, during the Edo Period, the custom of including Kamon on ceremonial dress such as 'Haori' and 'Kamishimo,' became common place.
  962. Also, during the Gion Festival and Daimonji Gozan Okuribi (Mountain Bon Fire), the KERS 9000 is operated as the special train after the evening time period.
  963. Also, during the Heian period the administration of library was taken over to the institutions such as Gosho-dokoro (an office to maintain books in the Imperial Court), Uchi no goshodokoro(the place that keeps Emperor's books), Ippon-goshodokoro and so on and lost substance.
  964. Also, during the Heian period when people moved house, to ward off 'fire' white hakama were worn instead of red however, by the end of the Kamakura period, this practice seems to have died out.
  965. Also, during the Russo-Japanese War, the members of Isshinkai quit their long hair and beard which was a tradition of the times, as a symbol of the independent movement.
  966. Also, during the period of the father and son of Imadegawa, kuge shigyo was issued by the keishi in the form of shosoku or migyosho.
  967. Also, during the reign of Emperor Daigo a soko (physiognomist) was summoned to the Imperial Court.
  968. Also, each Kyu-i/Dan-i is subject to age restrictions and other conditions.
  969. Also, each city had its own rule about the number of officials and their term of office, and as for the term of office, they were replaced every few years in some regions or cities while the position was hereditary in some other cities.
  970. Also, each contender attaches a red or white cross brace respectively on his or her back (cross-point of Do-himo string) as a means of identification during the match.
  971. Also, each house is not allowed to bake New Year's rice cakes if this event is not held at home.
  972. Also, each of the scriptures had annotations written by specific authors, such as Gen TEI and Hitsu O for "Shueki," Ankoku KO and Gen TEI for "Shosho" and "Kokyo," Gen TEI for "Shurai," "Girai," "Raiki" and "Moshi," Ken FUKU and Yo TO for "Shunju Sashiden," Gen TEI and An KA for "Rongo."
  973. Also, eggs which have been steamed in the steam of hot springs (onsen) or boiled in the hot water are called onsen tamago regardless of whether they are hard or soft.
  974. Also, employing Hata people, he had Manda no tsutsumi and Manuta Miyake (imperial-controlled territory) constructed, had Wako no ike Pond and Yosami ike pond made, had Horie of Naniwa dug to the sea, and Obashi no e Port dug, and had Suminoe tsu Port established.
  975. Also, even in cases where Shinto deities are not identified with Buddhist devas or celestial Buddha, the influence of Buddhism can be observed in the interpretation of mythologies.
  976. Also, even though his childhood name is widely known as 蘭丸 (Ranmaru), it is written as 乱 (Ran), 乱丸 (Ranmaru), or 乱法師 (Ran Hoshi) in all of the historical materials from those days, indicating the letter '蘭' (Ran) was created in later generations.
  977. Also, even today, the old name of Ashiu forest for field practice is still commonly used.
  978. Also, even with the same hongan, if its difference is obvious, there are cases where it is treated as another hongan or making changes to the hongan.
  979. Also, even with the same scarlet hakama, the cheap costume dress-up version often omits the cord accessory.
  980. Also, every June, many motor sports fans visit the area to see 'Kyoto Nantan Rally,' the all Japan rally championships.
  981. Also, every year it publishes an enrollment album for the Kyoto University freshmen ("KYOTO UNIVERSITY FRESH BOOK") and graduation album for the graduates ("KYOTO UNIVERSITY YEAR BOOK").
  982. Also, examinations are held in major cities and so on, nationwide, including Tokyo and Kyoto.
  983. Also, expression Okami, or Shujo (meaning person above), was used.
  984. Also, fare is free on the last Sunday of each month.
  985. Also, fifes are played in hayashi (the festival music) in Izumi and 'hikiuta' (music for drawing) is inserted into the hayashi in Minamikawachi area.
  986. Also, financial institutions have increased their loans to onsen-ryokan, trusting them as major local industries.
  987. Also, fire brigade was organized, and in the rice field development conducted by the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), opinions about possible rice fields were taken into consideration.
  988. Also, following orders of the emperor, Kawawake together with Kibitsuhiko killed Izumo no Furune.
  989. Also, footwear similar to zori and made of cloth or straw, with a strap on the heel to fix it to the ankle was called waraji, and was commonly worn in day to day work.
  990. Also, for a family that has a baby boy, May 5 is the baby's 'first sekku,' thus it is common that the day is celebrated by all the member of the clan.
  991. Also, for coffee, cafe au lait and cafe latte, increasingly items use soymilk instead of milk ('soy latte,' etc.).
  992. Also, for its time of termination, there exist multiple views.
  993. Also, for many pines and Japanese cedars in the other regions, Dragon god is said to dedicate a sacred flame to temples and shrines.
  994. Also, for memorial services and in shinto, the traditional Japanese age system is used when counting one's age at death that is inscribed at ceremonial occasions.
  995. Also, foreign students who were in distress might have faced difficulty in finding affordable lodging.
  996. Also, foreigners visiting Japan were mainly employees for the Japanese government or immigrants or students from mainland China, Taiwan or the Korean Peninsula.
  997. Also, former soldiers who had been illegally detained in Siberia by Soviet army, which unilaterally breached Soviet-Japanese Neutrality Pact and invaded, returned to Japan through this port.
  998. Also, four shoguns who died in their place of exile (the tenth, Yoshitane ASHIKAGA; eleventh, Yoshizumi ASHIKAGA; twelfth, Yoshiharu ASHIKAGA; and fourteenth, Yoshihide ASHIKAGA).
  999. Also, from 17th and 18th centuries, a range of new designs - comfortable or funny, witty or elegant - contributed to the completion of the modern and advanced netsuke.
  1000. Also, from Kashiwadebe, enosa and abiki no osa, who took fish, or Chikuma no mikuriya (manors of Imperial family and powerful shrines) no osa (Chikuma mikuriya director), who dedicated foods like Funa-zushi (crucian carp sushi) and so on, were appointed for some provinces in Gokinai capital region.

21001 ~ 22000

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