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  1. June 19, 1587 Red seal
  2. June 19, 1710: He was transferred to the Takasaki Domain in Kozuke Province with an annual income of 50,000 koku.
  3. June 19, 1912: The Shinomiya Electric Power Plant was completed.
  4. June 19, 1927: The Todakohama - Iinoura section (2.3M≒3.70 km) came into operation as an extension of the line.
  5. June 19, 2005: Opened from Mori Kitaouchi, Kumiyama Town (Kumiyama Junction) to Sayama Koaza-minoga-yabu, Kumiyama Town (the intersection with Kyoto Prefectural Road No. 15 Ujiyodo Line)
  6. June 19, 2005: The operation restarted.
  7. June 19, 2005: The train set was changed by the timetable revision made following the restarted operation of the Fukuchiyama Line, which had been suspended due to the JR Fukuchiyama Line derailment accident.
  8. June 1900: Established Kyoto Hosei School
  9. June 1903 - Juichii (Junior First Rank).
  10. June 1903: Secretary of Kyoto Imperial University.
  11. June 1904: The construction of the station house, which also served as the headquarters of Kyoto Electric Railway, was completed.
  12. June 1929: Mibu Station was opened.
  13. June 1937: A temporary training course was established and attached (one-year).
  14. June 1940: Kumataro KISHIMOTO took office as the second mayor.
  15. June 1946: Masao TAKEUCHI took office as the fourth mayor.
  16. June 1947:
  17. June 1951 A ward office Yamashina Branch opened.
  18. June 1959: Hitoshi ASHIDA, the prime minister from Fukuchiyama City, was selected as the first honorary citizen of Fukuchiyama in history at the same time as his passing.
  19. June 1969: The establishment of the foundation was approved by the Ministry of Education (at the time) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  20. June 1982 - President, Kyoto Institute of Technology (until May 1982)
  21. June 1982: The Research Committee for the Kansai Project of the National Diet Library (NDL) was established.
  22. June 1983: Senichi TANIGAKI, the Minister of Education from Fukuchiyama City, was selected as the second honorary citizen in history at the same time of his passing
  23. June 1986: The Kansai Research Institute Foundation was established, and the National Land Agency created the 'Basic policy on the constructions of Kansai Science City.'
  24. June 1987: The Construction Promotion Law for Kansai Science City was promulgated and became effective.
  25. June 1988 - Professor Emeritus, Kyoto Institute of Technology; President, Institute for Basic Chemistry
  26. June 1988: The Fukuchiyama City anthem was established.
  27. June 1989: The meeting of the founders of Keihanna Interaction Plaza Incorporated took place.
  28. June 1995: 'Work Experience Plaza Basic Plan' (tentative) drawn up
  29. June 1995: Some of the rapid service trains, which passed through between Kyoto Station and Takatsuki Station during the nonstop time slot, began making stops at Kotari Station (currently Nagaokakyo Station).
  30. June 19: Appointed Governor of Iyo no kami (the governer of Iyo Province).
  31. June 19: Sadaiben (Major Controller of the Left)
  32. June 19: Second Battle of the Siege of Jinju
  33. June 19: The operation between Amagasaki and Takarazuka was resumed.
  34. June 19: Transferred to the position of Uchuben (Middle Controller of the Right).
  35. June 1: He issued 'Agechi-rei'.
  36. June 1: Iwami-Gotsu Station was renamed as Gotsu Station.
  37. June 1: One-man-operated trains began running in the Toyooka - Tottori section and Izumoshi - Masuda section.
  38. June 1: Promoted to Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  39. June 1: The rice planting ceremony at the rice field of Yuki (the first province to offer the first rice crop of the year at the Daijo-sai festival)
  40. June 2 - Exiled to Bizen Province
  41. June 2, 1299: promoted to Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade) and retained the position of Gon Uchuben.
  42. June 2, 1463: Nichiu made a replica of honzon and gave it to the senior priest Nichiryo of Kanai-ise, Shimotsuke Province (Tochigi Prefecture).
  43. June 2, 1544: Changed name to Sanezumi.
  44. June 2, 1876: Its opening ceremony was held.
  45. June 2, 1984: The work of rebuilding the station house was completed, and it became operational.
  46. June 20 - resigned as Daijodaijin (Chancellor of the Realm)
  47. June 20, 1662 (Thirteen years old): Given the rank of Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  48. June 20, 1910: Momoyama Station opened.
  49. June 20, 1910: The station opened, and was then called Momoyama Station.
  50. June 20, 1913: The Hachijo signal box was built for the line between Fushimi Station and Kyoto Station.
  51. June 20, 1925 : Due to the opening of Osaka City Trams, facilities required for a level intersection with City Trams were installed.
  52. June 20, 1939: The track linking the Keishin Line and the Ishiyama-Sakamoto Line was completed.
  53. June 20, 1971: Moriguchi Station changed its name to Moriguchishi Station.
  54. June 2004: Otohiko TAKAHI, current mayor, took office as the ninth mayor.
  55. June 2005: The number of the cards issued exceeded two million.
  56. June 2006: The shops accepting ICOCA Electronic Money were extended to the entire chain of Heart-in and Daily-in convenience stores located in and around the stations in the Keihanshin area.
  57. June 20: Reassigned to Echigo-guchi Senior Staff.
  58. June 20: The third Kamikaze Corps in the 14th group was transferred to the Saeki Defense Corps.
  59. June 21 Kokyo (death of a man of upper than Third Rank).
  60. June 21, 1844: He was reappointed as roju.
  61. June 21, 1895: Grand Cordon of the Order of the Sacred Treasure.
  62. June 21, 1911: Track construction started in Shiga Prefecture.
  63. June 21, 1913: Cargo started being handled in a separate form by the newly opened Umekoji Station.
  64. June 21, 1913: Umekoji Junction was upgraded to Umekoji Station because the business of freight handling was transferred to the facility from Kyoto Station.
  65. June 21, 862: Michizane became a monjo-sho.
  66. June 21, Geshi (the summer solstice)
  67. June 21: Awarded the Grand Cordon of the Order of the Sacred Treasure.
  68. June 22
  69. June 22 1867, Kanryusai TAKEDA was stabbed to death.
  70. June 22, 1244: He was promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  71. June 22, 1459: The army of Yoshitoshi SHIBA was defeated by the army of Toshimitsu KAI and Takakage in Echizen, Kanegasaki-jo Castle.
  72. June 22, 1832: Changed his surname to his original name Nakatomi (at the age of 38).
  73. June 22, 1853: Died.
  74. June 22, 1926: Otokoyama Cableway began service between Hachimanguchi and Otokoyama.
  75. June 22, 1957: Opening of Tangokanzaki Station.
  76. June 22, 1957: The station, the construction of which had been requested by people in the area, went into operation.
  77. June 22, 2007: 'EcoStation21 Keihan Sanjo' multistory bicycle parking lot opened.
  78. June 22, 2007: The number of people using the bus tops 100,000 people
  79. June 22: 6th ordinary general meeting of shareholders of Miyafuku Railway (currently Kita-Kinki Tango Railway) held.
  80. June 22: Appointed as Nankaido Tsuibushi (job title which has rights of government, military affair and police authority in Nankaido).
  81. June 23, 1013: He was reassigned to be the Gon Chunagon (Provisional Middle Councilor) and gained the additional post of Saemon no kami (captain of the Left Division of Outer Palace Guards).
  82. June 23, 1345: Acting on the order of the Emperor Kogen, the temple is relocated to Rokujo-dori Street in Kyoto by Nichijo who left the Uesugi clan to enter the Buddhist priesthood, and the name is changed to Honkoku-ji Temple.
  83. June 23, 1930: The construction of the Kyoto subway line section beneath roads was started.
  84. June 23, 1952: The A-express started operating as a type of train that extended the service of express trains between Tenmabashi Station to Hirakatashi Station as far as to Yawatacho Station, by making a stop at each station from Hirakatashi Station to Yawatacho Station.
  85. June 23, 1988 - founded
  86. June 23: Appointed to the post of Ukon no shosho.
  87. June 23: He was exiled to Shinano Province.
  88. June 23: The remaining members in the 14th group were transferred to the Kurashiki Naval Air Corps as a Kamikaze Reserve Corps.
  89. June 24, 1441: He died.
  90. June 24, 1846: Changed his childhood name to Kenkichi.
  91. June 24, 1965: Four model 300 electric cars (second generation) were manufactured (these cars were sent to the Keishin Line via the siding of Katamachi Station and the Keihan Main Line).
  92. June 24, 1993: 'Keihan Demachiyanagi Building' was completed and the headquarters of Eizan Electric Railway Co., Ltd., were transferred to the building.
  93. June 24, 2001: A frontal-impact accident occurred between Hota and Hossaka on the Echizen Main Line.
  94. June 24, 672: TSUKI no Omi accompanied Prince Oama and departed from the Yoshinomiya Imperial House.
  95. June 24, assumed Jokyoku Gicho or the Chairman of the Upper House (to take over from the predecessor Toyoshige YAMANOUCHI).
  96. June 24: The Yonago - Kiyomizu-dera signal station section was upgraded to a double-track section.
  97. June 25, 1310: He was appointed to Rokuhara Tandai Kitakata again.
  98. June 25, 1689, at Utamakura (place names used in Japanese poetry, where a kind of code with a special meaning, mood, season or other reference to history is implied) Matsushima (Matsushima Town, Miyagi County, Miyagi Prefecture), Basho did not compose a haiku saying, 'What painter or writer could ever capture fully the wonder of the masterpiece of nature?'
  99. June 25, 1895: Appointed as judge of court-martial of the 1st Division
  100. June 25, 1907
  101. June 25, 1936: Tenmondai-shita Station commenced operation.
  102. June 25, 1955: The freight operation between Tenmabashi Station and Shiokoji Station was discontinued, and Shiokoji (freight) Station was closed.
  103. June 25, 1964: The line between Yamashina Station and Kutsukake Station became a JNR constructed line.
  104. June 25: assumed the position of Shurisakyujoshi.
  105. June 26 : the Pray-No-Fire Festival
  106. June 26, 1569: He went to Kai Province (Shugo: Harunobu TAKEDA).
  107. June 26, 1915:
  108. June 26, 1945: The railway near Takii Station was damaged by an air raid.
  109. June 26, 1947: Shibayama Station commenced operation.
  110. June 26, 2000: An air conditioner was installed in the waiting room.
  111. June 26: Assumed the position of Saemon no Gon no suke (provisional assistant captain of the Left Division of Outer Palace Guards).
  112. June 26: He entered into the Buddhist priesthood (due to illness).
  113. June 26: Resigned from the office of kanpaku and promoted by Imperial edict to sessho.
  114. June 26th, 672: Umate Went to Mt. Higashiyama to raise an army.
  115. June 27
  116. June 27, 2007: He passed away at his own residence (his age at death was 105).
  117. June 27: He was recalled to the office.
  118. June 27: Promoted to Junii (Junior Second Rank).
  119. June 28 - Appointed bakufu rensho (assistant to regent)
  120. June 28 Postmortem promotion to Juichii (Junior First Rank)
  121. June 28 to July 26, 2003: The ICOCA monitoring test was carried out at 22 stations in the sections between Osaka and Ashiya on the JR Kobe Line, between Osaka and Takarazuka on the Fukuchiyama Line and between Osaka and Takatsuki on the JR Kyoto Line, with the limited participation of 1,000 persons.
  122. June 28, 1922: The Shinkeihan Railway was established.
  123. June 28, 1997: The new building of Shinomiya Station commenced operation.
  124. June 28, 1997: The new station house came into use.
  125. June 28, 922: Appointed Ukyo no suke (Assistant Master of the Right Capital Offices)
  126. June 28: Jointly assigned to the post of envoy extraordinary to Belgium.
  127. June 29, 1585: He became the lord of Takahama-jo Castle in Wakasa Province and owned 19,870 koku.
  128. June 29, 1689, visited the ruins of the three generations of the Fujiwara:
  129. June 29, 1712 (Sixty-three years old): He passed away.
  130. June 29, 1929: The Keihan Electric Railway obtained a license to operate the Nagoya Express Railway.
  131. June 29, 1935: Massive flooding of the Kamo-gawa River, the collapse of Gojo Ohashi Bridge and damage to the Sanjo-bound platform occurred.
  132. June 29, 1935: The "Great Kamo-gawa River Flood," which occurred, inflicted severe damage on the station facilities.
  133. June 29, 1935: The line was seriously damaged by the great flood of the Kamo-gawa River, which washed away the roadbed and destroyed the platforms between the Sanjo and Shichijo stations (following this experience, the Kamogawa Extension Project was formulated to take the Keihan Main Line underground).
  134. June 29, 1935: The station facilities, including the platforms, were badly damaged by the Kamo-gawa River flood disaster.
  135. June 29, 2008
  136. June 2: A dispatch of Japanese troops to Korea was decided upon the pretext of protecting Japanese living in Korea.
  137. June 2: He was removed from office.
  138. June 2: Upon formation of the First Katsura Cabinet, he resigned from the position of Acting Prime Minister and Acting Minister of Finance.
  139. June 3 - the honorary title "Daijo-Tenno" (Cloistered Emperor) was granted (although the Shogunate declined it)
  140. June 3 Promoted to Junii Chunagon (Junior Second Rank vice-councilor of state) and appointed as Jokyoku Gijo (government service of Jokyoku law-making organ), which is a Giseikan (Legislature).
  141. June 3, 1395, promoted to Ju Shii-ge.
  142. June 3, 1585 - Departed Rome.
  143. June 3, 1682: Sachuben
  144. June 3, 1870: The new government building was completed.
  145. June 3, 1902: Grand Cordon of the Supreme Order of the Chrysanthemum
  146. June 3, 1985/June 3, 2005
  147. June 3, 1997: Operation between Kokusai Kaikan Station and Kitayama Station started, and this station became a way station.
  148. June 3, 1997: The Karasuma Line started operating between Kokusaikaikan Station and Kitayama Station.
  149. June 3, 1997: This station became active when the Karasuma Line started operating between Kokusaikaikan and Kitayama.
  150. June 3, 1997: This station began operating when the Karasuma Line started its operation between Kokusaikaikan (the international conference hall) and Kitayama.
  151. June 30, 1388 - resigned as Minister of the Left
  152. June 30, 1898 - July 7, 1898
  153. June 30, 1898 - November 8, 1898
  154. June 30, 1898 - October 27, 1898
  155. June 30, 1910
  156. June 30, 2004
  157. June 30, 2004: A Bank of Kyoto ATM machine was installed in the station yard.
  158. June 30: An enemy task force of carrier-based planes attacked Maizuru Military Port, Miyazu Port and Kawabe Air Base, and planes and facilities suffered damages from the combat.
  159. June 30: Oharai-shiki (great purification rite)
  160. June 30: Posthumously conferred Shoichii Dajo Daijin (Senior First Rank Grand Minister).
  161. June 30: Resigned the office of Sakone no daisho.
  162. June 30: The Miho Naval Air Corps was demobilized.
  163. June 30: Yori (purification); Oharae (the great purification)
  164. June 3: Promoted by Imperial edict to kanpaku.
  165. June 3: Reappointed Gon Chunagon
  166. June 3: resigned as Uemon no kami.
  167. June 3rd, scuffled with sumo wrestlers of Osaka.
  168. June 4, 1171: He retired from Daijo daijin.
  169. June 4, 1756: Changed to Kyoto Shoshidai.
  170. June 4, 1756: He was appointed to Osaka jodai.
  171. June 4, 1874: A Training Institute for elementary school teachers was established in the Controlling Institute for Elementary Schools in Kyoto Prefecture.
  172. June 4, 1898: Kansei Railway Company's Shin-Kizu Station commenced operations and became the transit station to Kizu Station, although it's approximately 600 meters away from Kizu Station.
  173. June 4, 1898: The operation started between Shin-Kizu Station and Shijo-Nawate Station.
  174. June 4, 1898: The station was inaugurated as the section between Nagao Station (Osaka Prefecture) and Shin-Kizu Station (abolished) when Kansai Railway's Line was extended.
  175. June 4, 1995: The station house was moved below ground.
  176. June 4, 931: Given permission for access to the imperial court.
  177. June 4: Promoted by Imperial edict to Toshi Choja (head of the Fujiwara clan).
  178. June 4: Reassigned to the post of envoy extraordinary to Germany.
  179. June 5 to 7: The rice planting ceremony at Suki rice field
  180. June 5, 1261, reassigned to serve as Kanpaku by the Emperor.
  181. June 5, 1864, in the Ikedaya Incident Sotaro ANDO, Kakuzaemon NITTA and others were injured and died 1month later, and Eisuke OKUSAWA died in action.
  182. June 5, 1985/June 5, 2005
  183. June 5, resigned from Keihokan Chiji.
  184. June 5: Battle of Yongin
  185. June 5: He returned to the same position.
  186. June 5: He was admitted the access to the imperial court
  187. June 5: Imperial headquarters was set up to start dispatching soldiers to Korea.
  188. June 5: Jointly assigned to be the Acting Agent of Foreign Minister.
  189. June 5: One plane crashed during night training using the destroyer Hatsushimo (Hatsuharu type destroyer) as the target in the Miyazu Bay.
  190. June 5: Received Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun.
  191. June 5: resigned from Sakone no daisho
  192. June 6
  193. June 6 - kurodonoto (chief of the palace officers)
  194. June 6, 1596:
  195. June 6, 1689, to commemorate NASU no Yoichi, visited Sesshoseki (the murder stone) at Onsen-jinja Shrine (a shrine to the god of hot spring) in Nasu City, Tochigi Prefecture.
  196. June 6, 1900
  197. June 6, 1900: The Osaka Railway (original) was transferred (JR Nanba Station - Nara, Oji Station - Sakurai Station (Nara Prefecture), Tennoji Station-Osaka Station).
  198. June 6, 1943: Its opening ceremony was held.
  199. June 6, Boshu (time of planting grains)
  200. June 6, Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state)
  201. June 6, assigned to Saemon no kami (captain of the Left Division of Outer Palace Guards).
  202. June 6: Resigns as Dajo daijin (Prime Minister).
  203. June 6: The Naval Landing Forces began to be formed.
  204. June 6th (Daijokan tasshi [proclamation by the Grand Council of State])
  205. June 7
  206. June 7 to 9: Sanbo-in Monzeki Omine-san Hanakunyubu Shugyo (a sort of Shugendo training: an event of offering lotus flowers at the sacred place in the mountains)
  207. June 7, 1689, wrote in Shirakawa City, Fukushima Prefecture
  208. June 7, 1945: Attacked from the air, Tenmabashi Station, the Tenmabashi Transportation Office and the Tenmabashi Railway Maintenance Office were burned down.
  209. June 8 (lunar calendar): Took the tonsure and entered the Buddhist priesthood, assuming the name Enkan.
  210. June 8, 1467: Nichiu had Hokkedo (Honko-ji Temple) built in Komase, Suruga Province (the middle part of Shizuoka Prefecture).
  211. June 8, 1508: Entered Kyoto in service of Yoshitane ASHIKAGA.
  212. June 8, 1898: The sections between Takarazuka and Arimaguchi (1M11C≒1.83km) and between Kanzaki and Tsukaguchi (1M38C≒2.37km) were extended to begin operating.
  213. June 8, 1993: supplementary budget passed
  214. June 8, promoted to the rank of Shonii (Senior Second Rank) and retained his position as Gon chunagon and Ukonoe no chujo.
  215. June 8, retained his position as Kebiishi no betto
  216. June 806
  217. June 810
  218. June 8: Promoted by Imperial edict to kanpaku.
  219. June 8: Promoted to Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  220. June 9, 1788 he was deprived from official of his post and forfeited the territories by the reason of illegality during his office of Fushimi bugyo.
  221. June 9, 1821, he died at the age of 48, and his second son, Fusaoki succeeded him.
  222. June 9, 1863: He was appointed bugyo of Minami-machi.
  223. June 9, 1982
  224. June 9, 941: Promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) and remained in the posts of Ukonoe Gonno Shosho and Chugu Gonno Suke
  225. June KURAMOTO: First generation.
  226. June eighth, Hideyoshi (kao [written seal mark]);
  227. June, 1180: The emperor visited Fukuhara-kyo.
  228. June, 1892: Kawabe [Kawanobe] Basha Tetsudo changed its name to Settsu Railway.
  229. June, 1913:
  230. June, 1920: It became incorporated.
  231. June, 1940, "Study of Picture Scrolls of War Chronicles", Japan Research Center of Documentary Records Materials.
  232. June, 1948: After Kyoto Young Men's Normal School's plan to become a branch school of the Kyoto University Faculty of Agriculture was canceled, Kyoto Normal School worked together with Kyoto Young Men's Normal School to get university status.
  233. June, 1949: Kawaramachi Branch Library (closed in 1956)
  234. June, 1950: Miyazu Region Branch Library (Closed in 1997, transferred to the city and became the Miyazu City Library.)
  235. June, 1975: Kim Chang Soo published 'Dr. Wani: Korean Spirit that He Spread in Japan.'
  236. June, 1982: National Land Agency announced 'A basic concept for constructing a science city' (a pilot plan) based on an investigation from fiscal year 1979 to fiscal year 1981.
  237. June, 1986: 'Kansai Research Institute' was established.
  238. June, 1986: National Land Agency compiled 'Basic policy on the constructions of Kansai Science City' approved by 'the liaison and adjustment meeting of the ministries concerned with Kansai Science City.'
  239. June, 1986: The work of reconstructing the station house was completed (both for Osaka and Kyoto).
  240. June, 1987: 'The construction promotion law for Kansai Science City' was announced and enforced.
  241. June, 1988: People started moving into houses built in the Kizugawadai housing area.
  242. June, 2003 (Champ de Mars, Paris) Agonshu sect World Peace Dedication Paris Daisaitogoma ceremony: Donation of an exhibition room for the visually-impaired to the Louvre Museum in France, and holding of a meditation presentation at the auditorium of the Louvre Museum in France.
  243. June, 2005: BiVi Nijo opened.
  244. June, 685: The title of 'Imiki' was given to 11 clans such as Yamato no muraji.
  245. June, 923: Appointed to Jingishojo (junior judge of the institution dedicated to religious ceremony).
  246. June, Shuso Kobodaishi gotane (a ceremony for the birthday of the Kobodaishi, the founder of the sect)
  247. June: "Koa Shoho" was published (by "Koa Shodo Renmei").
  248. June: "Taito Shodo-in" (the Taito calligraphic association) was established (by Shunkai BUNDO and others: Refer to the item of "Alignment and realignment of calligraphic bodies - before the war").
  249. June: "The Dansho-kai association" was established (by Sazanami IWAYA, Tsuyoshi INUKAI, Masaomi BAN, and others).
  250. June: "The Japan Art Academy" was established.
  251. June: 'Willow' (flowers of fringed pinks are attached) and 'hydrangeas.'
  252. June: Departure for the subjugation of robbers, borrowing of weapons and horses, knowledge of departure for battle and of the chain of command, and nomenclature of weapons and harness
  253. June: Fusetsu NAKAMURA died.
  254. June: The exhibition of works Sao WATANABE left was held (at Kyukyodo in Tokyo).
  255. June: The first exhibition of "Chubu Nihon Shodo Renmei" was held (at the Nagoya City Art Museum).
  256. June: The first exhibition of "Nihon Shodo-kai" was held (by Sao WATANABE at Ecoin Temple in Ryogoku).
  257. June: The letter was returned as unaccepted.
  258. June: Yoshinori was assassinated.
  259. Junen
  260. Junen is (a manner of) chanting a homage to Amida Buddha ten times.
  261. Junen-ji Temple (Kyoto City)
  262. Junen-ji Temple, a temple of the Seizan Jodo sect, is located in Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City.
  263. Jungido
  264. Juni Shinsho (the 12 protective deities) are tenbu, deities who reside in a heavenly realm, one of six realms in which the souls of living beings transmigrate from one to another; they are worshiped and shaped into statues in Buddhism, and are good deities that guard Buddhism.
  265. Juni Shinsho, the 12 protective deities
  266. Juni Shinsho, the twelve protective deities are kenzoku (disciples or followers) of Yakushi Nyorai (the Healing Buddha).
  267. Juni Tensho in Onmyo-do, the way of yin and yang
  268. Juni-hitoe (twelve-layered ceremonial kimono)
  269. Juni-hitoe and noshi (everyday clothes for nobles)
  270. Juni-hitoe is a formal attire of a Japanese noblewomen who emerged around the tenth century in the Heian period.
  271. Juni-hitoe was worn with Kasane (adding colors) which was suitable for each season, but some Kasane were used all year round.
  272. Juni-hitoe weighs approximately 20 kg and it is considered that there were different versions for each season.
  273. Juni-jinja Shrine (Tenri City)
  274. Juni-jinja Shrine enshrines the following 11 Kaminoyonanayo (seven generations of the deities' world, The Primordial Seven) deities described in Nihon-shoki (the oldest chronicles of Japan) and Amaterasu-omikami.
  275. Juni-jinja Shrine is a Shinto shrine located in Tenri City, Nara Prefecture.
  276. Junichi ISONOKAMI Ason Maro recieved 100 hiki of ashigimu, 400 ku of thread, 1000 kin of cotton, and 300 hashi of fabric.
  277. Junichi KAKIZAKI
  278. Junichi KARIGANE
  279. Junichi KARIGANE (July 30, 1879 - February 21, 1959) was a kishi (professional Go player) from the Meiji period to the Showa period.
  280. Junichi NATSUME (violinist), Shinroku NATSUME (essayist)
  281. Junichi SHINODA
  282. Junichi UENO (class of 1934, economics): He succeeded in 1970 the president of the Asahi Shimbun Company from his father Seiichi UENO.
  283. Junichiro KOIZUMI is his fan.
  284. Junichiro TANIZAKI (novelist)
  285. Junichiro TANIZAKI loved sukiya.
  286. Junichuho
  287. Junigessho
  288. Junigessho (Twelve gessho) refers to the marker that indicates the position of the sun on the ecliptic, and its signs correspond to those of the Western astrology one to one.
  289. Junihitoe (twelve-layered ceremonial kimono)
  290. Junii
  291. Junii (Junior Second Rank)
  292. Junii (Junior Second Rank) was a court rank and shinkai (ranks granted to Shinto gods) in Japan.
  293. Junii (Junior Second Rank) was his highest rank and Gon-Dainagon his highest post.
  294. Junii (Junior Second Rank), Gon Dainagon (a provisional chief councilor of state)
  295. Junii (Junior Second Rank), Sangi (Councilor).
  296. Junii (Junior Second Rank): 54 ha
  297. Junii ISONOKAMI no Ason Maro was promoted to Shonii.
  298. Junii was such a high rank for court nobles that members of the Shogun family had not received it even among samurai during the Kamakura period through to the Muromachi period, except for the midaidokoro, the legal wife of the Shogun, being granted the rank the first since Masako HOJO
  299. Junijiro HOSOKAWA (March 11, 1834 - July 20, 1923) was a feudal retainer from Tosa Domain and Rangakusha (a person who studied Western sciences by means of the Dutch) during the end of the Edo Period, and also a jurist, educator, and baron during the Meiji and Taisho Period.
  300. Junikagetsu Rigo Sansui-zu (a pair of six fold screens) (Idemitsu Museum of Arts) Important Cultural Property
  301. Junikyakuho
  302. Junikyoku (a collective term for the 12 pieces that were particularly valued in Osaka)
  303. Junior College
  304. Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade
  305. Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade.
  306. Junior Fourth Rank in 1868: declined
  307. Junior High School
  308. Junior High School, High School
  309. Junior Lieutenant Suzuki, out of the four people remaining, left the group saying he was going to reconnoiter a highland, and was never to return.
  310. Junior Middle Councilor Teika (FUJIWARA no Teika)
  311. Junior Sixth Rank, Lower Grade.
  312. Junior Third Rank, eternal premium 18,000 goku in 1869.
  313. Junior and Senior High School
  314. Junior and senior high school girls often dress in such style in winter.
  315. Junior and senior high schools
  316. Junior disciple to Norito
  317. Junior high school
  318. Junior high school students or older: \500
  319. Junior high school students varied widely depending on the region, with local federation registrants of Tochigi, Aichi and Kagoshima numbering close to 2,000, while many local federations had figures ranging from none up to a few dozen.
  320. Junior sakan.
  321. Junishi no ha
  322. Junishi no kei
  323. Junishinsho Ritsuzo
  324. Junisho Shoshuhodaiyon
  325. Junisho-jinja Shrine (Himeji City) (Himeji City, Hyogo Prefecture)
  326. Juniten
  327. Juniten (twelve gods) of the To-ji Temple (in 1127)
  328. Juniten Zo, color on silk - 6-paneled Folding Screen, made in the Kamakura period
  329. Juniten is a mixture of the twelve deities of 'Ten,' which are Goho Zenshin (good deities protecting dharma) in Buddhism and is given high value in Esoteric Buddhism, as well as Shitenno (Four Guardian Kings).
  330. Juniten-gu (十二天供) (1 person)
  331. Junitensho (Twelve symbolism) used in Rikujinshinka (Six Chinese fortune-telling based on time) are thought to have been made based on Junigessho.
  332. Juniya, the main branch of the Fujimura family, was inherited by Joken, his eldest son, followed by an adopted child sometimes, but the lineage of its tea ceremony method did not continue after Joken and Shoken.
  333. Junji YAMASHITA
  334. Junji ojo koshiki
  335. Junjiro HOSOKAWA
  336. Junjiro HOSOKAWA June, 1883 ? June, 1886
  337. Junjiro HOSOKAWA March, 1880 ? July, 1881
  338. Junka (a diving method)
  339. Junka is a diving method of Japanese martial arts swimming.
  340. Junkei TSUTSUI
  341. Junkei became the head of the family at the age of 2, however, since he could not manage the administrative affairs of course, his uncle Junsei TSUTSUI did those things as his guardian.
  342. Junkei died young at the age of 36 in 1584.
  343. Junkenshi
  344. Junkenshi inspection tours under shogunate reigns
  345. Junko IZUMI
  346. Junko died in 1535, and his eldest son Junsho TSUTSUI inherited the clan.
  347. Junko to the country: Emperor Meiji, after 1868
  348. Junko to the country: Emperor Showa, after 1946
  349. Junkyo (Junshi (Xun Zi)) advocated the ethical doctrine that human nature is fundamentally evil and insisted on the principle of the rule by virtue of courtesy.
  350. Junmaishu
  351. Junmaishu brewed in a single brewery
  352. Junmaishu is a seishu which is produced with only polished rice, malted rice, and water.
  353. Junmaishu, kimotokei, etc.
  354. Junmumishi
  355. Junmumishi (year of birth and death unknown) was a person who lived during the Asuka Period in Japan.
  356. Junna-in Palace
  357. Junna-in Palace was Emperor Junna's Rikyu (an imperial villa) or Goin Palace in Ukyo Shi jo Ni bo (present-day Ukyo Ward, Kyoto Prefecture) in Heian-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in current Kyoto.)
  358. Junnain was a facility which was closely connected with Minamoto clan since its Bettoshoku (a chief of Junnain) was successively assumed by Genji choja (the chief of Minamoto clan) (at that time, it was hereditary post of Murakami Genji), but its relation with Koreyoshi is unknown.
  359. Junnosuke DATE (Chinese name: Soen CHO)
  360. Junnosuke DATE, a famous Tairiku-Ronin (those who lived or roamed around China or Korean Peninsula to promote their political activities) or Bazoku (mounted bandit), was the sixth son of Muneatsu DATE.
  361. Junnyo
  362. Junnyo (1442 - July 13, 1483) was a monk of Jodo Shinshu (the True Pure Land Sect of Buddhism) during the middle to late Muromachi period.
  363. Junnyo (August 3, 1577 - January 21, 1632) was an individual from the Azuchi-Momoyama period and Edo period.
  364. Juno
  365. Juno is a small ladle made of metal plates or having a scoop-like shape.
  366. Junrei has a more religious aspect and Junpai is generally geared towards sightseeing and leisure, but there is no clear distinction in meaning.
  367. Junrei-suzu, Shinrei
  368. Junsai
  369. Junsai (Brasenia schreberi) is perennial hydrophyte.
  370. Junsai (Water Shield)
  371. Junsai (nymphaeaceous greens)
  372. Junsai (year of birth unknown - March 16, 1207) was a priest of the Jodo (Pure Land) sect of Buddhism who lived from the late Heian period to the early Kamakura period
  373. Junsai appears in Manyoshu (the oldest anthology of Japanese poetry) as 'nunawa.'
  374. Junsai belongs to Cabombaceae.
  375. Junsai is often grown in private ponds and you have to confirm before you collect junsai.
  376. Junsai is referred to in the red data book made by local public bodies mentioned below.
  377. Junsai is regarded as a local dish of Akita Prefecture, and Mitane Town of Akita has the highest crop.
  378. Junsatsushi
  379. Junsatsushi (a circuit-riding inspector or investigating commissioner) (China)
  380. Junsatsushi (a circuit-riding inspector or investigating commissioner) was a government official title which originated in the Tang Dynasty of China.
  381. Junsatsushi were sent out on the circuit in March and returned to report the emperor in November, and during that period they were required to rate thousands of local governors, which Li Qiao had described to be quite hard.
  382. Junsei TSUTSUI - leader of kokujin-shu from Yamato Province.
  383. Junshaku
  384. Junshaku is a customary practice of conferring a Court rank on kurodo (chamberlain), which developed in the early Heian period.
  385. Junshaku of government officials of the sixth rank at Kurododokoro (the Chamberlain's office) is a well-known case of Junshaku.
  386. Junshi (Self-immolation)
  387. Junshi became Tadahira's wife before Saneyori was born in 900, and "Kojidan" (Talks of the Past) says that the wedding of Tadahira and Junshi was held at the West wing of the Suzaku-in imperial villa when Tadahira was Daiben-Sangi (Major controller and councillor).
  388. Junshi is applied to the death of a close relative or a follower of a king, an emperor, a chief, or a priest, resulted from suicide to follow his or her master in death.
  389. Junshi was Chugu (the second consort) of Emperor Enyu.
  390. Junshi was shifted to the vacant post of Empress Dowager and Kotaigogushoku was established for her in 1000, and Kotaigogushoku was established instead of Chugushiki and assigned to Teishi, and Akiko was put up as empress to which Chugushiki was assigned.
  391. Junshi, who was a daughter of Kanpaku FUJIWARA no Yoritada, eventually won the battle, defeating Senshi, who had already given birth to Emperor Enyu's first son (who later became Emperor Ichijo) and becoming chugu.
  392. Junshin
  393. Junshin (November 27, 1819-1888) was a Japanese Buddhist monk.
  394. Junshin (year of birth unknown, died on April 20, 1250) was a priest of Jodo Shinshu (the True Pure Land Sect of Buddhism) who lived in the mid Kamakura period.
  395. Junshin-do in Ichinono, Tosa City has a poetry monument of him.
  396. Junsho TSUTSUI captured the remnants of the Kizawa clan one after another and conquered the castle of the Yagyu clan, Koyagyu-jo Castle.
  397. Junshoin - Concubine of Iemitsu, real mother of Tsunashige TOKUGAWA (real father of Ienobu TOKUGAWA), a lord of the Kofu Domain.
  398. Junshu
  399. Junshu-hai is an ihai created for a deceased person.
  400. Junso (A funeral for the person who committed junshi)
  401. Junson
  402. Junson (November 28, 1585 ? June 3, 1622) was a Buddhist priest and the 18th chief priest of Kosho-ji Temple.
  403. Junson was the child of Kenson, the 17th chief priest of Kosho-ji Temple and the grandchild of Kennyo, the 11th chief priest of Hongan-ji Temple.
  404. Junson's daughter Yaya (also known as Jukoin) married Yorifusa TOKUGAWA of the Mito clan, producing Yoritaka MATSUDAIRA (the first lord of the Hitachi Fuchu domain).
  405. Juntaro KOMURA (小村 壽太郎) (October 26, 1855 - November 26, 1911) was a diplomatic official.
  406. Juntaro TAKAHASHI
  407. Juntaro TAKAHASHI (May 2, 1856 - June 4, 1920) came from Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture and was a Doctor of Medicine.
  408. Juntaro TAKAHASHI, June 4, 1920 (Jusanmi)
  409. Juntaro also played a central role in establishing the Japanese Pharmacological Society.
  410. Juntaro did pharmacological research on the important medicine remijin hydrochloride (a pneumonia drug derived from quinine), which at the time was imported from abroad, and on digitalis preparation and ephedrine.
  411. Juntaro had two younger brothers, Naojiro and Kazan, and three younger sisters: Yoso, Kei, and Tome.
  412. Juntaro learned English and general mathematics while studying in Nagasaki and he returned to Kanazawa in the first year of the Meiji era.
  413. Juntaro made chemical and pharmacological analysis and studied their isolated constituents.
  414. Juntaro studied the constituents of the oriental melon, European scopolia, Baikal skullcap, ephedra, phytolacca esculenta, puffer fish, and fish-liver oil.
  415. Juntaro taught many students such as Yoshito INOKO, Kurata MORISHIMA, Haruo HAYASHI, Tomotaro ISHIZAKA, Shinkichi ISHIZAKA, and Katsuki IWAKAWA.
  416. Juntaro was conferred Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and Kunnito (Order of Second Class).
  417. Juntaro's grave is in Zoshigaya reien (cemetery).
  418. Juntaro's younger brother, Naojiro ISHIDA, studied machinery and equipment and produced a clock after returning to Kanazawa.
  419. Junteido ? Built by Shobo along with the Nyoirindo, it is the 11th temple in the Saigoku 33 Kannon Pilgrimage.
  420. Junten-jo Castle (順天城)
  421. Juntendo of Taizen SATO in Sakura.
  422. Juntoiya (similar to Toiya)
  423. Juntoku in
  424. Juntoku-Genji
  425. Junyo
  426. Junyo (1720 - August 21, 1760) was a Jodo Shinshu (True Pure Land Sect Buddhism) priest and the 18th Hoshu (high priest) of the Higashi Hongan-ji Temple.
  427. Junyoze (Buddhism Ten Factors of Life)
  428. Junyoze (Buddhism Ten Factors of Life) is the principle of causality which is expounded in the Chapter of Expedient Means of "the Lotus Sutra".
  429. Junyoze is also called junyo or shoho-jisso (true aspect of all phenomena).
  430. Junyu (890 - August 18, 953) was a priest of the Shingon Sect in the middle of the Heian period.
  431. Junyu (a priest)
  432. Junzaburo BAN, who made a huge debut with "Ajapar" (onomatopoeia and slang for being surprised) was the work of Saito.
  433. Junzo GO
  434. Junzo GO (June 12, 1825-December 2, 1910) was a Japanese warrior and shogun's retainer, a bureaucrat of Ministry of the Treasury and statesman.
  435. Junzo GO was born as the third son of a wealthy farmer in Kurono, Mino Province (now Kurono, Gifu City).
  436. Juo (10 Kings; 10 judges of the hell)
  437. Juo Sohitsu
  438. Juo Sohitsu (1296 - 1380) was a Rinzai Sect Buddhist monk who lived from the latter part of the Kamakura period to the Northern and Southern Courts period (Japan).
  439. Juo YANAGIYA
  440. Juo and their Honji (their real form in Buddhism)
  441. Juo are the 10 judges of the hell (Buddhism).
  442. Juo made Unzan Soga, one of Kanzan's disciples, write Kanzan's parting advice, which is called 'Muso-daishi yuikai (Master Muso's teachings to posterity) and chanted.
  443. Juo were awed and feared; they were believed to send the dead to the hell (Buddhism) or the wheel of life of Rokudo (Six Realms of Reincarnation) in view of the amount of bad things each dead creature did during his or her lifetime.
  444. Juo's trials
  445. Juo-shinko (Ten Kings (Ten Judges of Hell) belief)
  446. Juo-zo (the statue of Juo) including Enma-o (the King of Hell) are enshrined.
  447. Juojo-kyo Sutra (the Sutra on the Ten Ways of Attaining Birth)
  448. Juoson/Byakki/Shozuka no baba, Tatsuki-koyasu-kannon statue, Self-carved statue, (1807) (in possession of Toko-ji Temple, Inagawa-cho, Hyogo Prefecture)
  449. Juraishi-do Temple, a jingu-ji (temple associated with a shrine) once stood to the west, but this was moved to the Yakushi-do Hall in Otogi Village.
  450. Jurakudai
  451. Jurakudai (or Jurakutei) was a large residence built by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI in Uchino, Kyoto (the site of the Outer Palace Precincts in Heiankyo, present-day Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City) during the Azuchi-Momoyama period.
  452. Jurakudai (聚楽第): Destroyed upon the downfall of Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI.
  453. Jurakudai of today
  454. Jurakudai was supposedly extremely luxurious with its tiles covered with golden leaf.
  455. Jurakukan (Shinkaichi of Kobe, 1913, not in existance today)
  456. Jurakumawari area
  457. Jurasetsunyo
  458. Jurasetsunyo are ten demonesses of Tenbu (group of Protectors of Buddhist Laws) in Buddhism.
  459. Jurasetsunyo are ten demonesses that appear in Daranihon of Hoke-kyo Sutra.
  460. Jurin-in Temple
  461. Jurin-in Temple, located in Jurin-in Town, Nara City, Nara Prefecture, is a temple that belongs to the Daigo school of the Shingon sect.
  462. Jurin-ji Temple
  463. Jurin-ji Temple (Kyoto City)
  464. Jurin-ji Temple, a temple of the Tendai Sect, is located in Oshio-cho, Oharano, Nishikyo Ward, Kyoto City.
  465. Jurisdiction (business type): Sagano Scenic Railway (railway business Type II Railway Business), West Japan Railway (railway business Type I Railway Business)
  466. Jurisdiction (industrial classification): West Japan Railway Company (railway company)
  467. Jurisdiction (varying by operation) : West Japan Railway Company (railway operator).
  468. Jurisdiction ? Direct control of the Empire of Japan
  469. Jurisdiction and distance (operational kilometers): 87.9 km
  470. Jurisdiction and the distnce of the line (business kilometers) : 179.6 km (inclusive of branch lines. 174.9 km for the Nagoya - JR Namba section)
  471. Jurisdiction of Tondenhei
  472. Jurisdiction of the courts was distinguished based upon the gravity of the sentences (five types), namely whipping, flogging, imprisonment, banishment, and capital crime (ritsuryo law).
  473. Jurisdiction, length of the line (operation kilometers): Total length 676.0 km (including branch lines)
  474. Jurisdictional areas designated by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism and the Japan Tourism Agency, the names of the areas and their subtitles, themes or catch-phrases (some of which are undecided or unknown).
  475. Juro ABE
  476. Juro ABE (born on September 21, 1837 and died on January 6, 1907) was a member of the Shinsengumi (a special police force).
  477. Juro ABE later ranked NAGAKURA first, OKITA second, and SAITO third in order of swordsmanship.
  478. Juro ABE was his discipline when he was running the dojo.
  479. Juro ABE, a comrade of Nakanishi, recollected the Shinsengumi later and told that Taro SAHARA who had called himself Shinpachiro SHINOZAKI at that time was killed by Nakanishi.
  480. Juro ABE: Left the group to join Goryo-eji (guards of Imperial mausoleums) in 1867
  481. Juro KARA adapted Torikaebaya Monogatari for a novel called "The Day We Switched Our Roles" (Shufu To Seikatsu Sha Co., Ltd.), and published it in 1998.
  482. Juro KASUYA
  483. Juro KASUYA (1840 - June 20, 1869) was a Shogun's retainer in the end of Edo period and a member of Kaitentai from Edo, Musashi Province.
  484. Juro MATSUMOTO (Hokkaido Development Commissioner) who was in charge of the Sapporo government resigned in opposition to the forced emigration.
  485. Juro MATSUMOTO, a senior magistrate of the Hokkaido Development Commission, who headed the main office in Sapporo, objected to the forced migration and later resigned to take responsibility.
  486. Juro MATSUMOTO: doubled as chief magistrate of the Nemuro branch office since October 1872.
  487. Juro MATSUMOTO: transferred to Sapporo headquarter in July 1873.
  488. Juro Motomasa was a son of Zeami.
  489. Juro ONO studied this in detail.
  490. Juro SANUKI
  491. Juro Sukenari and his younger brother Tokimune SOGA had determined early on to take revenge for their father's death, so they had no intention to marry, but when Goro suggested Juro have a wife, Juro chose a courtesan thinking about matters that would occur after his death.
  492. Juro TOMIKAWA
  493. Juro TOMIKAWA (1844-July 15, 1867) was a member of Shinsengumi (special police who guarded Kyoto during the end of Tokugawa Shogunate).
  494. Juro WADA
  495. Juro WADA (year of birth is unclear - January 28, 1868) was a member of Shinsengumi.
  496. Juro also seems to have composed several Yokyoku (Noh songs).
  497. Juro and Kudo, of "Taimen"
  498. Jurojin
  499. Jurojin (Shoulaojen)
  500. Jurojin Shindo hall: Constructed during the Azuchi-Momoyama period.
  501. Jurojin carries a calabash filled with the elixir of immortality, and is accompanied by a deer which is the symbol of harmony between long life and nature.
  502. Jurojin is a Tao deity (the god).
  503. Jurojin is a figure in Chinese legend.
  504. Juroku (sixteen): Comes from the age of Atsumori when he was killed in battle.
  505. Jurokuinojo (Junior Sixth Rank, Upper Grade).
  506. Jurokuyaegiku (十六八重菊) of Kiku-mon has been recognized as the Kamon of imperial family by the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) and common people from ancient times, and Goshichi no kiri of Kiri-mon was used as Kae-mon of Kiku-mon.
  507. Jurozaemon MIZUNO who was a direct vassal of the shogun and known for his eccentric behaviors and outlandish style was Katsunari's grandson.
  508. Jurozaemon Masahisa ISOGAI
  509. Jurozu Rokkaku sara (Hexagonal plate with longevity character design, pottery by Kenzan OGATA and drawing by Korin OGATA), Okura Shukokan Museum, (Important Cutlural Property)
  510. Juryo seimai buai (rice-polishing ratio by weight)
  511. Juryo-in Temple - Wooden Statue of Seated Amida Nyorai
  512. Juryoin garden
  513. Juryoso appointed kaihatsu-ryoshu as shokan (an officer governing a shoen (manor)) such as Geshi (lower ranked officer) and kumon (a local shoen official below the geshi in rank), and received regular tax yields in exchange for giving them effective control over the land.
  514. Juryoso that thus came to hold shoen was called ryoke (a lord of the manor), and because confiscating shoen by kokushi (provincial governors) who belonged to the same hierarchy as ryoke continued, ryoke donated their land to the upper kenmon (an influential family) class.
  515. Juryoso who managed to own a shoen in such a manner is called ryoke (virtual proprietor of manor).
  516. Juryotobi
  517. Juryotobi is also responsible for installing heavy items (such as large machines) inside buildings.
  518. Jusaburo BANDO III died on September 24, 1954.
  519. Jusaburo also had been showing such ability in Shinkabuki (new kabuki) as he was called "Sadanji in Kansai," and, gradually his skill in maruhonmono, which was his weak point, began to improve.
  520. Jusan Mairi (a temple visit made by 13-year-old children to give thanks for their coming of age): March 13, April 13, May 13.
  521. Jusan no kimi
  522. Jusan-mairi (thirteen year old children pray for knowledge, happiness and health to become adults)
  523. Jusan-o (13 Kings; 13 judges of the hell)
  524. Jusanbutsu and their corresponding judges
  525. Jusanbutsu shinko (Thirteen Buddha belief)
  526. Jusanbutsu shinko (Thirteen Buddhist beliefs)
  527. Jusandai-me (the thirteenth) Nizaemon KATAOKA (male, December 15, 1903 to March 26, 1994) was a kabuki actor.
  528. Jusandaishu
  529. Jusangu status (honorary rank next to the three Empresses: Great Empress Dowager, Empress Dowager, and Empress).
  530. Jusanjunoto (thirteen-storied pagoda) of Tofuku-ji Temple
  531. Jusanjunoto [Kizugawa City]
  532. Jusanjunoto of Enpuku-ji Temple [Kameoka City]
  533. Jusanjunoto of Gansen-ji Temple [Kizugawa City]
  534. Jusanjunoto of Hosen-ji Temple [Kyotanabe City]
  535. Jusanjunoto of Kasagi-dera Temple [Kasagi-cho, Soraku County]
  536. Jusanjunoto of Shinden-jinja Shrine [Seika-cho, Soraku County]
  537. Jusanjunoto of Tenjinsha Shrine [Kizugawa City]
  538. Jusanmi
  539. Jusanmi (Junior Third Court Rank), Hisangi (non-Councilor)
  540. Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank)
  541. Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and Councilor.
  542. Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and Dazai no daini (Senior Assistant Governor-General of the Dazai-fu offices).
  543. Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank), Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state)
  544. Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank), posthumously conferred (1912).
  545. Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank): 34 ha
  546. Jusanmi Chunagon (Junior Third-Rank vice-councilor of state)
  547. Jusanmi Gyobukyo (Junior Third Rank Minister of Justice) Kyofuku KUDARANOKONIKISHI worked as a chief mounted guard to protect Empress Shotoku when she visited Kii Province in 765 and performed the traditional dance of Baekje at Yuge-ji Temple in Kawachi Province on their way home.
  548. Jusanmi Sangi (councilor in the Junior Third Rank).
  549. Jusanmi rank.
  550. Jusanya (novel) (literally, Thirteenth Night) (December 1895, 'Bungei Kurabu')
  551. Jusen-ji Temple (Chiba Prefecture)
  552. Jusenshi
  553. Jusenshi (also referred as Chusenshi) was one of Ryoge no kan (class outside of the Ritsuryo system) established in ancient Japan.
  554. Jusenshi (mint)
  555. Jusenshi (the chief craftsman of minting coins)
  556. Jusenshi was in charge of minting coins.
  557. Jusenshi was originally an agency that oversaw the minting of coins but in the year 818 abolished the office of Nagato kokushi and took over the administration of Nagato Province.
  558. Jushichigen-so
  559. Jushichiinoge (Junior Seventh Rank, Lower Grade).
  560. Jushichiinojo (Junior Seventh Rank, Upper Grade)
  561. Jushichiinojo (Junior Seventh Rank, Upper Grade).
  562. Jushichijo Kenpo (The 17-Article Constitution; a code consisting of 17 articles in ancient Japan)
  563. Jushichijo Kenpo was a code consisting of 17 articles, which was described under the article of May 9, 604 of "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) and "Sendai Kujihongi" (Ancient Japanese History) as follows: 'In summer on May 9, the Crown Prince himself wrote 17 articles of constitution.'
  564. Jushien TSUKAHARA
  565. Jushii
  566. Jushii (Junior Fourth Rank)
  567. Jushii (Junior Fourth Rank) and Tajima no kuni no kokushi (Governor of Tajima Province)
  568. Jushii (Junior Fourth Rank) and lower ranks had been divided into two ("higher" and "lower") but such division was abolished, and court ranks were reorganized into eighteen stages from Shoichii (Senior First Rank) to Shosoi (Later Shokui (Senior Ninth Rank) was newly created and the number of court ranks increased to twenty on September 25, 1869).
  569. Jushii (Junior Fourth Rank) conferred
  570. Jushii (Junior Fourth Rank), Gyobu no taifu (Senior Assistant Minister of Justice).
  571. Jushii (Junior Fourth Rank), Musashi no kuni no kami (Provincial Governor of Musashi).
  572. Jushii (Junior Fourth Rank), Uma no kami (Captain of the Right Division of Bureau of Horses).
  573. Jushii (Junior Fourth Rank), Yamato no kuni no Kokushi (Governor of Yamato Province).
  574. Jushii (Junior Fourth Rank): 20 ha
  575. Jushiijo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade), Sangi (councillor).
  576. Jushiinoge (Junior Forth Rank, Lower Grade)
  577. Jushiinoge (Junior Forth Rank, Lower Grade), Saemon no jo (third-ranked officer of the Left Division of Outer Palace Guards), Hoki no kuni no kami (Governor of Hoki Province) and Bingo no kuni no kami (Governor of Bingo Province)
  578. Jushiinoge (Junior Forth Rank, Lower Grade).
  579. Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade), Sahyoe no suke (Assistant Captain of the Left Division of Middle Palace Guards).
  580. Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade), or Shihon (Fourth Rank)
  581. Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  582. Jushiinoge was the same rank as an Onmyoji (diviner), ABE no Seimei who died the previous year of his appointment, and considering it an unprecedented appointment for both families of that time; it was representative of the fact that his social prestige was fairly high.
  583. Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade) in 1708.
  584. Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade), kebiishi, director of Inaba Province, director of Iyo Province, director of Bizen Province, Uma no gon no kami (Provisional Captain of the Right Division of Bureau of Horses), director of Sanuki Province, director of Tajima Province, director of Tango Province
  585. Jushijiju (Junior Fourth-Rank Chamberlain)
  586. Jushin JOSHU and the other disciples of Nansen are included.
  587. Jushin, Ten Faiths
  588. Jushinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade)
  589. Jusho osho (preceptor or high priest) answered.
  590. Jusho osho answered again.
  591. Jusho osho answered further more.
  592. Jusho-in Temple
  593. Jushoku (a chief priest of a temple who was given tokudo upon entering the Buddhist priesthood) and official certificate, and entered denpo-kanjo (the consecration for the Transmission of the Dharma) after shidokegyo (four trainings) and practiced rengyo (a kind of training).)
  594. Juso Line
  595. Just after Harusue SAIONJI died, his son, Morosue was born; However, because the baby was too small to become heir, the SAIONJI family adopted a son of Imperial Prince Arisugawanomiya Tsunahito; The adopted son, who was named Kinzumi SAIONJI, succeeded the Saionji family.
  596. Just after Kanetoki's arrival at Hakata in Kyushu, the Heizenmon War occurred in Kamakura and when the post horse telling the news came to Hakata on June 15, Kanetoki became busy dealing with gokenin in Hakata, who had come from the Kyushu region.
  597. Just after arriving in Edo, the system of the Grand Council of State was established and the Sanshoku (president, Gijo, counselor) was abolished, the Prince's position as the President was no longer valid.
  598. Just after both Retired Emperors Junna and Sage died one after another, Imperial Prince Tsunesada's position as Crown Prince was taken, (the Showa Disturbance) and Imperial succession was unified by Emperor Saga - along Emperor Ninmyo's Imperial line.
  599. Just after he gave instructions for the last scroll, he passed away at the age of 105 before its completion in 2007.
  600. Just after his return to Japan, in September 1872, Yoshioka was relieved of his post at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at his own request.
  601. Just after kicking the horse to start, the archer stands up in the stirrups, spreading his knees, this is called kuramawari, in order to keep three sun spaces between his body and the saddle.
  602. Just after she gave birth to Imperial Princess Senshi, she passed away in Tonomoryo (Shudenryo) (Bureau of Palace Equipment) in 964.
  603. Just after sunset on September 16 (18 in another opinion) in 1863 when the incident occurred, Kichiei came to Yagi's house to see HIRAYAMA.
  604. Just after that, Ito established the Privy Council as a consultative body of the emperor, and he became a chair person of the Privy Council and deliberated the constitutional draft.
  605. Just after that, shoji (a paper sliding door) were opened and armored warriors burst into the place for feast and Yukihide AZUMI, the bravest and strongest man in the Akamatsu clan, drew a sword hardened Chigusa-tetsu (special iron for sword) in the Harima Province and cut Yoshinori's head off.
  606. Just after the Prince's death on July 7, he was appointed as a Marshal and was conferred the Collar of the Supreme Order of the Chrysanthemum, and it was officially decided to be conferred while he was alive.
  607. Just after the incident, Masamoto wrote about the disloyality and negligence of Arikazu to Munetsuna MATSUNOKI,Tadatomi SHIRAKAWA, Saneatsu TOKUDAIJI, Nobutane NAKANOMIKADO, and he tried to defend himself.
  608. Just after the movie was complete, Murata got seriously sick and the mother of Kiyohiko USHIHARA (he wrote the scenario and appeared in it) and fathers of Monjiro MIZUTANI (shooting) and Yasujiro SHIMAZU (lighting) died a sudden death.
  609. Just after the promulgation of the constitution, the national polity theory of Kowashi INOUE was a key principle of the constitution.
  610. Just after the succession to family headship, around 1532, he fought against Tatsukatsu/Michikatsu ODA of master's house, but they were reconciled later.
  611. Just after they came back from Settsu Province on July 22, Shigeko became ill.
  612. Just after this meeting was held, close friends of Masanori, Kiyomasa, Nagamasa and Yoshinaga ASANO (father and son), and Terumasa IKEDA who were daimyo favored by Toyotomi, passed away one after another.
  613. Just as "Koyomi (calendar)," for example, means reading ("yomi") dates ("ka"), Tsukuyomi means reading ("yomi") the moon ("tsuki").
  614. Just as "sosho-zukin" (hood worn by the teacher of tea ceremony, or other artistic skills), Sojuro-zukin covers the wearer's head, and its characteristic is "shikoro" (big, decorative cloth shaped like a diamond) seen above the forehead.
  615. Just as ASAYAMA draws a sword and is about to kill him, Mitsuhide hits him with a hidden throwing star, steals his sword and stabs NAKAO with it.
  616. Just as Ninigi was descending from heaven during tensonkorin (the ceremonial descent to earth of the grandson of the sun goddess), along came a deity who was illuminating the entire area from Takamagahara all the way to Ashihara no nakatsukuni.
  617. Just as Okuninushi no Mikoto (Ohonamuchi, oho means great, na means the earth, muchi means revered being) created a country with the help of Sukunahikona, dwarfs pair up with giants, and they share their attributes of heroes, which are power and wisdom.
  618. Just as Sukunahikona, the deity who created the nation, appeared by the water, the main character of the old tale, 'Chiisako' (Small Child) is also associated with the water realm in some form.
  619. Just as Takeshi KITANO was invited as a guest at the first festival and a symposium was organized, the final jury, competition winners and other people from the film industry are invited.
  620. Just as a single storyteller uses a variety of verbal communication styles to differentiate between the characters as dictated by the story, an array of gestures are also used to convey the various characters.
  621. Just as a snail expands its shell as it grows, the adoption of a spiral structure facilitated the flexible expansion of Edo.
  622. Just as above, excellent Meibutsu Itsutsu Nasu are found among fine Nasu.
  623. Just as all rice ears in autumn paddy fields hand in the same direction, I wish I were close to you no matter what anyone says.
  624. Just as described above, the public order continued to deteriorate.
  625. Just as expected of a general academic bulletin, it dealt with wide issues.
  626. Just as he was expected to do great things in the future, he died of neuroendocrine cancer.
  627. Just as he was foretold, on the next morning the Akashi Priest appeared with his boat for Genji and his entourage, and they moved to Akashi.
  628. Just as in Shogi, captured pieces can be placed anywhere on the board, but can be placed either on the front or the back.
  629. Just as in the haiku, the senryu also is poetry with the fixed form of 5-7-5 syllables whose origin is in the haikai.
  630. Just as the Gyeongju Ri clan, they claim 蘇伐都利 (Yeonweon CHOE), the village mayor of 沙梁部, one of the Silla-Yukbu at the time of establishment of Silla, as their originator.
  631. Just as the Shogun had enourmous authority over the territorial lords, the lords of the domains were required to establish the system with themselves ruling at the top (called "the establishment of the Domain System").
  632. Just as the Tengu proclaimed that 'By the order of Buddha, we have held this territory and worked to bless human beings for 2000 years,' they disappeared.
  633. Just as the name 'Ishido-ji' (stone pagoda temple) shows, there are tens of thousands of pagodas and stone Buddhist images around the three-storied stone pagoda called the pillars of King Ashoka in the precincts.
  634. Just as the present-day jail, the laborers were paid for their labor, but part of the wages were mandatorily saved in order to use it later as a funding for their rehabilitation when they were released after serving the three-year term.
  635. Just as the shopowner started to feel suspicious, three little foxes wearing the cotton caps appeared in the Shrine grounds.
  636. Just as the teachings revealed in the Lotus Sutra achieved great success by enabling 8000 disciples of Buddha achieve religious salvation, this sutra will teach Buddhist truths to the unenlightened masses, who will have nothing more to learn, just as farmers who have harvested crops in fall for winter storage have nothing more to do,
  637. Just as was the case with Togu gakushi, Togu-no-fu also did not have any subordinates or upper organization; therefore, Shikibu-sho (Ministry of the Ceremonial) assessed the service level of Togu-no-fu.
  638. Just as we differentiate between period novels and historical fictions, it is possible to refer to a more non-fiction piece as a 'historical drama.'
  639. Just ask, just ask to the sun of MAZUME
  640. Just at that moment, Yugiri, Kashiwagi and others were playing some pieces in concert in the east wing.
  641. Just at that time, Satsuki passes by, picks up the written order, and supports Onui.
  642. Just at that time, a messenger from Balhae (a Korean kingdom) drifted ashore at Echizen, and Mototsune ordered Tadaomi to handle the case.
  643. Just be mindful.'
  644. Just because of me, you are now having a difficult time.
  645. Just before Iesada's death, Tairo (chief minister), Naosuke II, and Iesada's biological mother, Honjuin, decided to give his doctors permission to come to Edo-jo castle; and those doctors were Chinese medicine doctors, Choan TODA, and Ranpoi (a person who studied Western medicine by means of the Dutch language), Genboku ITO and Seikai TOTSUKA.
  646. Just before Saicho came back from Nitto Guho (traveling the Tang for seeking the teaching of Buddhism), he dropped in Shaoxing City and studied Mikkyo under Jungyo (in the light of Buddhism he belonged to a branch; his date of birth and death unknown) in Ryuko-ji Temple and received kanjo (a ceremony to be the successor).
  647. Just before Tonouchi left Kyoto to organize his own faction, Kondo offered him a sizeable amount of Sake.
  648. Just before Yoriyoshi finished up his service as Governor of Mutsu Province in 1056, he provoked Yoritoki to take up arms (the Akutokawa Incident).
  649. Just before Yoshiakira died, Yoriyuki HOSOKAWA, who had been fighting the Southern Court forces on the island of Shikoku and in the Chugoku region (of western Japan), was appointed Kanrei after obtaining the support of Sasaki and others of the anti-Shiba faction.
  650. Just before grilling it up, many shops ask the customers whether they want to eat from 'the iron plate' (using spatulas) or from 'a dish' (using chopsticks).
  651. Just before he died, he sent the Seventeen Injunctions to his adopted heir Shinkichi SHIMAI.
  652. Just before he finished junior high school, he saw a stage drama for the first time and was greatly impressed with Edward Gordon Craig's stage design and decided to study about plays.
  653. Just before he made his last charge, he was granted the positions of both Rokuhara Tandai (Northern and Southern Chief of Rokuhara Tandai), as well as shugo (provincial constable) of Sagami Province from Takatoki for his loyalty.
  654. Just before he visited the inn where Omura was staying to thank him, his best friend (Michifusa MADENOKOJI) came rushing in and they talked for a long time, during which time Masujiro OMURA was attacked (1869).
  655. Just before he was exiled, he revealed to his adopted father, grandfather Tadazane that he would go through becoming a priest but was persuaded to change his decision by being told, 'it is always unclear about what happens in this world.'
  656. Just before his death, Toshizo handed locks of his hair to be kept as a memonto and his photograph to Tetsunosuke CHIMURA, who served him as Kosyo, and ordered Tetsunosuke to "deliver them to my family in Hino."
  657. Just before his death, he handed over Urin-in Temple to Hensho, thus showing his appreciation to his late father, as the place of the ascetic practices for the Tendai sect.
  658. Just before his death, he was conferrd the third senior official and jugoi (Junior Fifth Rank).
  659. Just before his kanreki (celebration of turning sixty years old), he learned the method of nanga (a school of painting originating in China) from Tetsuo SOMON in Nagasaki.
  660. Just before the Taira clan's banishment from the capital, Sukemori met Kenreimonin-ukyo-no-daibu in secret, and left her with the following words, which seem to represent his habitual form of expression at that time.
  661. Just before the World War II, a British Rolls-Royce was removed in 1936 and Mercedes-Benz which was made in Germany, a friendly nation at the time, was adopted.
  662. Just before the annexation of Korea in 1909, the staffs and facilities of communication services were frequently attacked by insurgents, which caused causalities.
  663. Just before the attack, Yukitsuna TADA visited Kiyomori's house at Nishi-Hachijo and informed him about the plan to destroy the Taira clan on July 5.
  664. Just before the battle, on July 6, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA wrote to his vassal, 'Built a stockade with care. (The Takeda side) will make only cavalry charges,' which is the intent of his order.
  665. Just before the delegation departed, government officials in higher rank than taifu of each ministry entered into a treaty ('Treaty of ministers, sangi (councilors) and taifu').
  666. Just before the departure for Japan, Prince Yoshihisa announced his engagement in German newspapers and so on and it became a big problem.
  667. Just before the execution, Gongoro Kagemasa KAMAKURA smartly appeared with a shout, saying "Shibaraku," and after a scuffle, he helps the captured out.
  668. Just before the introduction of new-style guns during the end of Edo period, considering foreign situations, even the guns of percussion lock mechanism were imitated and experimentally produced, but there were many guns which, we do not know how to comment about, that could not possibly be in any practical use.
  669. Just before the outbreak of the battle, an internal conflict had occurred in the Rokkaku clan of Omi Province who supported Yoshizumi ASHIKAGA.
  670. Just before the shooting of a next film "Daichi wa hohoemu" (The Earth Smiles) was about to start, he fell sick and Kenji MIZOGUCHI substituted for him and made the film successful.
  671. Just before they killed themselves, Yoshiaki recommended that the Prince escape from there, but he refused to do so and said he could not leave his samurai to die, for himself to survive.
  672. Just before this battle, Nobunaga moreover ordered Yusai HOSOKAWA and Junkei TSUTSUI who did not take part in the battle to provide teppo units for the battle.
  673. Just before this, Takamaro left Horitsu senka of Gakushuin where he was in the fifth grade.
  674. Just below Mt. Hidegatake, the dieback of spruce and bamboo fields in Masakimine peak and Masakigahara are well-known.
  675. Just east of here lies "Fushimi no Momoyama no Higashi no Misasagi" (the mausoleum of the Empress Dowager Shoken).
  676. Just for the record, the guardroom of the left Emon (gate guard) was at the Kenshun Gate;
  677. Just for your information, in "The Nakamura Family Genealogy" (the title inside the book: the origins of the Nakamura clan in Inshu [Inaba Province]) it is recorded that Harutsugu and his younger brother Harukuni (春国) succeeded to the Nakamura clan.
  678. Just get ready and ask a blacksmith to put a thick iron around your neck.'
  679. Just go back to the heart of a foolish man and practice nenbutsu.
  680. Just in case something should go wrong, he selected retainers with excellent swordsman skills in particular for the chinbushi (temporary provincial superintendent): Tsunayoshi OYAMA, Shigeru NARAHARA, Gorobe MICHIJIMA, Yuemon SUZUKI, Masanosuke SUZUKI, Kanenoshin YAMAGUCHI, Chuzaemon KOKA, and Zensuke MORIOKA.
  681. Just in the same month, 'Taisho Katsudo Eiga' (Daikatsu), located in Yamashita-cho, Yokohama City (Yokohama City) and where Thomas KURIHARA and Junichiro TANIZAKI were producing their films, closed its studio temporarily.
  682. Just like 'Yakumo-no-michi,' 'Shikishima-no-michi (Roads in Japan)' means Kado.
  683. Just like Koshinto, there are some shrines even today, such as Omiwa-jinja Shrine, which enshrines Mt. Miwa in Nara Prefecture, that regard mountains themselves as the kami's Shintai or Yorishiro (an object capable of attracting kami).
  684. Just like a croquette, it is a staple item at stores that sell take-out side dishes.
  685. Just like a woman combs her long hair, move a brush left downward slowly.
  686. Just like controlling a horse to prevent it from moving on its own, move the brush as if pulling the leather strip.
  687. Just like creating inspirational sound by feeling it, all the hole positioning and hole making are performed in the same way.
  688. Just like her mother, she was known as a female poet who fell in love with many noble men such as FUJIWARA no Norimichi, FUJIWARA no Sadayori, and FUJIWARA no Norinaga.
  689. Just like his father, he fought with the Kanrei (shogunal deputy), Katsumoto HOSOKAWA, over the Japan-Ming trade (the so-called tally trade) and supported the Kono clan of Iyo Province, which was the enemy of the Hosokawa clan.
  690. Just like his father, he was a purveyor to the Shogun family and the three Houses of Sen.
  691. Just like low to middle-class aristocrats who were technical officers, military aristocrats may privately have served as keishi (household superintendents) of powerful aristocrats such as regents or as inshi (officials at the Retired Emperor's Office) of Chiten no kimi (retired emperor).
  692. Just like lower to middle-class aristocrats who were technical officers of the shodaifu class accumulating their achievements, after accumulating achievements as military officers, military aristocrats were often transferred to various provinces as zuryo.
  693. Just like on ho, a button on the sleeve of kariginu is called 'kagero' (mayfly) that is passed through a hole.
  694. Just like other court nobles, however, they became heavily impoverished once the period of warring states (Japan) started.
  695. Just like other court nobles, the Sanjonishi family made a living by income from shoen (landed estates).
  696. Just like other streets such as the Ishibei-koji Street, the Shinbashi-dori Street is paved with stones which were once on the rails of the Kyoto City Streetcar tracks.
  697. Just like the above, the days of the odd numbered months on which the month number and the date number are the same (i.e. March 3, July 7 and September 9) are also determined as sekku.
  698. Just like the calendar of last year, the teaching of Shakyamuni will get even harmful instead of useless in the Latter Day of the Law.
  699. Just like the emperor, Yoshimasa ordered the listed twelve busho to leave the Shogun palace through messengers Kimiharu SANJO and Yoshinobu KIRA.
  700. Just like the legends of ABE no Seimei spread across the country, the legends of Doman ASHIYA also spread and there are numerous memorials to Doman such as 'Ashiyazuka,' 'Domanzuka,' and '道満井 (Doman wells)' that still remain in various locations in Japan today.
  701. Just like throwing a stone far away with a Chinese crossbow, draw a vertical stroke in such a way that the middle part is bent left.
  702. Just near 'Kencho-mae' (in front of Nara Prefectural Office Building) by a city circular bus.
  703. Just next to the ticket gate is an entrance to stairs leading to Yamashina Station of the Kyoto Municipal Subway and Keihan Yamashina Station on the Keihan Keishin Line.
  704. Just on this occasion, July 4, Mototsune was given Sakone gon no shosho.
  705. Just one year after Shigeko's death, the Shishigatani Incident happened, the political alliance of Emperor Goshirakawa and Kiyomori collapsed.
  706. Just outside of the east edge of the campus, Hanaori Fault runs along.
  707. Just some trains of Kitakinki stop at the stations shown in braces above.
  708. Just that instant, he was questioned by Matsuzo, the head of Kagatobi, who happened to be passing by, but calmly walks away by playing a flute of massager.
  709. Just the Noh musicians (Subayashi)
  710. Just the same as Aoshima unshu it is also one of the representative brands of high sugar content cultivars
  711. Just the same as Ogasawara-ryu school, the school inherits Kyuba kojitsu (the ancient practices of customs about archery and equestrianism) that Yabusame represents.
  712. Just then a local man came so he asked, 'Is there anything new recently?'
  713. Just then, Kuniharu came to Kita no Tachi to attack Inui in a neighboring country with an army.
  714. Just then, a dispute over the head family of the Suwa family between Yorishige SUWA and Yoritsugu TAKATOO occurred in the Suwa clan.
  715. Just then, a kite appeared and perched on Iwarehikono Mikoto's end of bow.
  716. Just then, acolytes at shoro (bell tower) of Gango-ji Temple were dying of unnatural deaths almost every night, and there was a rumor that an ogre was killing the acolytes.
  717. Just then, the campaign to unite for a common purpose by Shojiro GOTO was gathering stream, while Yukio OZAKI and Toru HOSHI, as well as KATAOKA, called for unity of the Civil-Right group and to criticize the government in accordance with the campaign.
  718. Just then, the emperor was sick in bed and called Ben (Ujitada) to say "After my death, the country will fall in state of disorder, so please follow and help the crown prince."
  719. Just then, the left flank of the 4th brigade advanced there to support the detached 2nd brigade and barely managed to drive away the KIRINO's troop.
  720. Just when Amaterasu opened the door further in order to see the reflection on the mirror, which she thought to be that greater god, Ameno Tajikarao, who was standing hidden, grasped her hand and pulled her out.
  721. Just when he arrived at Sadatoki's residence, he was attacked and killed by miuchibito lying in ambush there.
  722. Just when he drew close to Yoshitaka to attack, a senior member amongst the Minamoto clan dependents Hirotsune HACHIRO, Kazusa no suke, retraced his steps, dismounted his horse, and faced off with the priest.
  723. Just when he was immersed in his thought, a strong gust of wind happened to blow, causing the willow tree to sway in the wind, and the frog gracefully lept onto the willow tree.
  724. Justice
  725. Justice Department
  726. Jusuke HANAYAGI (the founder) of Hanayagi school conflicted and made the break with Danjuro ICHIKAWA (the ninth).
  727. Jusuke HANAYAGI studied under Senzo NISHIKAWA IV and played an important role as a choreographer of the Kabuki buyo.
  728. Jusuke HANAYAGI, the first
  729. Jusuke HANAYAGI, the first (March 22, 1821 - January 28, 1903) was a classical Japanese dancer and a choreographer.
  730. Jusuke HIRAMA
  731. Jusuke HIRAMA (1824- August 22, 1874 (by the old lunar calendar)).
  732. Jusuke HIRAMA and two geishas escaped.)
  733. Jusuke HIRAMA, Fukucho jokin (assistant vice commander) of the Shinsengumi in the early years used to regularly see her.
  734. Jusuke HIRAMA: Died August 22, 1874 in Serizawa-mura, his home village.
  735. Jusuke KOKUBUN was the first (in the "Seinan Kiden book" it was Sokuro OGURA) to pull out his sword and commit suicide.
  736. Jusuke NAKAMURA seems to have been acting on stage until around 1795, and after that he was not included in actors banzuke (literally, ranking lists, which referred to kabuki playbills), which matches the timing of the production by KABUKIDO Enkyo, from 1796 to 1797.
  737. Jusuke deeply loved Yoshisaburo, and also that encouraged him to become active again.
  738. Jusuke produced the coherency of the stage by changing such manners.
  739. Jusuke, who had built a strong position as a choreographer, worked on all the choreography for a stage and also stage effects such as music.
  740. Jusuke, who had won a lot of powerful supporters, started to work as choreographer in all of the Edo Sanza (Edo's three licensed kabuki theaters).
  741. Jusuke, who suffered a relapse of kidney inflammation, became a bedridden, and he died on January 28, 1903.
  742. Jusuke, who was unyielding and strict about his accomplishments, spared no effort in realizing them.
  743. Jutaro CHIBA
  744. Jutaro CHIBA (1824-May 7, 1885) was a swordsman of the Hokushin Itto-ryu Style in the Edo Period.
  745. Jutaro KOMURA
  746. Jutaro KOMURA said, in replied to Minister Rosen that "[this action does not mean war."
  747. Jutaro KOMURA, Japanese Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary (Minister of Foreign Affairs), and Kosai UCHIDA, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, signed the treaty with Prince Qing, Qing Foreign Minister Extraordinary, Zhai Hang Ji, and Yuan Shikai.
  748. Jutaro MATSUMOTO
  749. Jutaro MATSUMOTO (October 5, 1844 - June 20, 1913) was Japanese businessman.
  750. Jutaro Unshu
  751. Jutaro became the chairman of the committee of Osaka Bank in October 1898, which meant that he became a top banker with an established reputation in Osaka.
  752. Jutaro established Hankai Railway which was actually the first private railway company in Japan together with Denzaburo FUJITA, Ichibe TANAKA and others in 1884.
  753. Jutaro was described as a cheerful, active, and likable young man in many works.
  754. Jutaro who became the president in 1892 found the way of fund-raising by loans and bond issuarance and contributed to military transport during the Sino-Japanese War by completing railroading between Mihara and Hiroshima by 1894
  755. Jutaro who built the certain place as an Western fabrics dealer established the one-hundred and thirtieth bank with 250 thousand yen of common stock in Koraibashi, Higashi Ward in 1878.
  756. Jutaro widely appears in many fiction works including 'Ryoma ga yuku' (a novel) by Ryotaro SHIBA and 'Ryoma ni omakase !' (a TV drama) scripted by Koki MITANI.
  757. Jutaro's ability as a swordsman is unknown, however, it is certain that he was an expert swordsman with considerable skills since the popularity of Okemachi dojo did not decline after he took it over.
  758. Juten dofu is superior in storage stability, and certain varieties can be stored for a month.
  759. Jutoku school
  760. Jutoku was from Katata, Omi Province and originally claimed to have come from the Ikai clan.
  761. Jutoku-ji Temple in Takinogawa, Kita Ward in Tokyo, Satozuka cemetery (1-ki, 3-go, No.762) in Kiyota Ward, Sapporo City, Hokkaido and the central graveyard in Otaru City, Hokkaido, and other places.
  762. Juton-Making use of animals
  763. Juttoku-haori
  764. Juvenile sweet fish
  765. Juwari soba breaks more easily than the so-called Nihachi soba (soba noodle made from eighty percent buckwheat flour and twenty percent wheat flour) which contains wheat flour as a binding agent.
  766. Juwari-soba (kikouchi-soba) (100% buckwheat flour)
  767. Juxtlahuaca cave: Olmec Civilization; the State of Guerrero, Mexico
  768. Juyaku: Nichijun FUJIMOTO (the chief priest of Josen-ji Temple in Tokyo, the former sokan), sojo
  769. Juyi BAI, a poet in the third period of Chinese literature in the Tang period, who was regarded as the first self-aware Bunjin, and SU Shi in the Northern Sung Dynasty, RIKU yu in the Southern Sung Dynasty and others followed him.
  770. Juyo kaiwai keikan seibichiiki (Important areas designated as landscape conservation areas) (1997)
  771. Juyo mukei bunkazai' refers to 'intangible cultural properties' designated by the Japanese Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology under 'the Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties' in Japan.
  772. Juzaburo TSUTAYA
  773. Juzaburo TSUTAYA (February 13, 1750 - May 31, 1797) is a "hanmoto" (publisher) in the Edo period.
  774. Juzaburo was fined, and Kyoden received "tegusari" penalty (confinement to one's residence and restraint in behavior with handcuffs on the wrists) for 50 days.
  775. Juzo INADA, who was the first to attack the palanquin with a sword on the attacking side, was struck down by KAWANISHI and died immediately.
  776. Juzo ITAMI clearly mentioned 'My master is Mr. Kon ICHIKAWA' in the press conference for the public presentation of "Ososhiki" (The Funeral).
  777. Juzo ITAMI, the son of Mansaku ITAMI who was Ichikawa's master, became a regular actor in Ichikawa's works and debuted as a director that was greatly impressed by him.
  778. Juzu
  779. Juzu (beadroll)
  780. Juzu (数珠) is a Buddhist ritual implement and a kind of ring composed of many beads which are linked by piercing a bundle of threads into a hole made on each bead.
  781. Juzu for Jodo Sect and Ji Sect
  782. Juzu for Jodo Sect and Ji Sect has a unique shape which looks like one that has mixed the two juzu.
  783. Juzu for Jodo Shinshu Sect
  784. Juzu for Nichiren Sect
  785. Juzu for Rinzai Sect
  786. Juzu for Shingon Sect
  787. Juzu for Soto Sect
  788. Juzu for Tendai Sect
  789. Juzu for females is called Hassun jodo (literally, 24 cm of pure land, or Rokuman-guri (sixty thousands of telling)) of which one ring is composed of 40 beads of Omodama and the other is composed of 27 beads of Omodama and 28 beads of Fukudama.
  790. Juzu for males is called Sanman jodo (literally, thirty thousands of pure land, or Sanman-guri (thirty thousands of telling)) of which one ring is composed of 27 beads of Omodama and the other is composed of 20 beads of Omodama and 21 beads of Fukudama which are allocated alternately.
  791. Juzu for the Tendai sect uses 108 beads of Omodama, a bead of Oyadama and 4 beads of Shitendama to compose a ring.
  792. Juzu of gradation, such as the ones made from crystal or amethyst, which is not available on the market, are also available.
  793. Juzu should be repaired before the inner string is broken.
  794. Juzu that are called 'Honren' (main strand), 'Niren' (two strand) or 'Nirin' (two loops) are ones that are composed of 108 beads of 'Omodama' (main beads) (refer to the name of beads).
  795. Juzu that are called 'one handed' or 'informal' are ones that are composed of a decreased number of Omodama instead of the original number of 108.
  796. Juzu that is composed of Mikandama looks meaty and sublime.
  797. Juzume (packing)
  798. Jyugoson Kannon is the fifteen appearances of 33 Kannon (see next section), i.e. Byakue, Yoe, Suigetsu, Yoryu, Amadai, Tara, Shokyo, Ruri, Ryuzu, Jikyo, Enko, Yuge, Renga, Takimi and Seyaku.
  799. Jyugoson Kannon, 15 Kannon
  800. Jyuoshinko began in China after the introduction of Buddhism and has been shared with Taoism.
  801. Jyuoshinko spread in Japan in the eleventh century and after.
  802. Jyusankaiki - the shotsuki meinichi twelve years after death.
  803. Jyushichikaiki - the shotsuki meinichi sixteen years after death.
  804. Jyutoei (Division of Inner Palace Guards): newly established in the Nara period, and the predecessor of Konoefu (Headquarter of the Inner Palace Guards).
  805. Jyutokuji temple of Takinogawa, Kita-ku, Tokyo
  806. J・GII
  807. J・GIII
  808. K
  809. K-Limited Express
  810. K-Limited Express (K-tokkyu)
  811. K-Limited Express/Limited Express
  812. K-Limited Express/Limited Express/Express
  813. K-Limited Express/Limited Express/Rapid Express
  814. K-Ltd. Express (K-tokkyu)
  815. K-Ltd. Express/Super Express
  816. KADA no Arimaro
  817. KADA no Arimaro (1706-September 23, 1751) was a scholar of Japanese classical literature in the middle of the Edo period.
  818. KADA no Arimaro was his adopted son.
  819. KADA no Azumamaro
  820. KADA no Azumamaro (February 3, 1669 - August 8, 1736) was a scholar of Japanese classical literature and a waka poet in the middle of the Edo period.
  821. KAIONJI argues, "Ieyasu decided everything by himself."
  822. KAKINOMOTO no Hitomaro
  823. KAKINOMOTO no Hitomaro (male, c. 660 to c. 720) was a poet in the Asuka period.
  824. KAKINOMOTO no Hitomaro and KI no Tsurayuki' (Important Cultural Property) MOA Museum of Art
  825. KAKINOMOTO no Hitomaro and others who accompanied the Emperor wrote choka (long poems).
  826. KAKINOMOTO no Hitomaro's Collection includes five poems dedicated to Imperial Prince Toneri as reminders of their friendship.
  827. KAMAKURA no Gongoro Kagemasa
  828. KAMATA and Yoshimichi HATANO take Tameyoshi to Shichi-jo Street (Suzaku Boulevard), telling him that the Emperor's order to kill him has been issued.
  829. KAMITSUKE no Hirohito, on behalf of Dajokan, HOZUMI no Oyu, on behalf of those who were higher than Fifth Rank and TOMA no Azumabito, on behalf of those who were lower than Sixth Rank, represented their eulogies, respectively.
  830. KAMITSUKENO no Kaihito: A government official during the Heian period.
  831. KAMITSUKENO no Katana: A warrior during the Asuka period.
  832. KAMITSUKENO no Masako: A warrior during the Asuka period.
  833. KAMITSUKENO no Michiji: A government official during the Asuka period.
  834. KAMITSUKENO no Okuma: A warrior during the Kofun period.
  835. KAMITSUKENO no Shigeko: A court lady during the Heian period.
  836. KAMITSUKENO no Tamichi: A warrior during the Kofun period.
  837. KAMITSUKENU no Nagayo: A government official during the Heian period.
  838. KAMITSUKENU no Takahase: A warrior during the Kofun period.
  839. KAMITSUMICHI no Hitatsu (198,340 square meters)
  840. KAMO no Chomei
  841. KAMO no Chomei "Hojoki" (An Account of My Hut)
  842. KAMO no Chomei (1155 - July 26, 1216) was a famous Japanese poet and essayist who lived from the late Heian period to the Kamakura period.
  843. KAMO no Chomei and KAMO no Mabuchi were of the KAMO no agatanushi lineage.
  844. KAMO no Emishi
  845. KAMO no Emishi (year of birth unknown ? June 7, 695?) was from the Asuka period.
  846. KAMO no Kibimaro (Harima no kuni no kami [Governor of Harima Province], Jushiinoge [Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade]) administered four provinces, namely Bizen Province, Mimasaka Province, Bicchu Province, and Awaji Province.
  847. KAMO no Kimi Emishi found out about this incident and went to follow Fukei as well as other strong soldiers such as MIWA no Takechimaro.
  848. KAMO no Mabuchi
  849. KAMO no Mabuchi (April 24, 1697-November 27, 1769) was a scholar of Japanese classical literature and culture, and also a poet in the Edo period.
  850. KAMO no Mabuchi (a letter to Norinaga), Noriyoshi NUMATA, Kenmyo NAKAZAWA, 筏勲, Masaaki MATSUMOTO, Iwao OWA, and Hayato OSHIMA advocate the gisho theory raising suspicious points, for example; the completion of "Kojiki" was not recorded in official history documents.
  851. KAMO no Mabuchi believed that he served Prince Kusakabe as his toneri (servant).
  852. KAMO no Mabuchi bestowed his highest praise on Sanetomo, but it seems to be not enough.
  853. KAMO no Mabuchi called the poems in this category 'Masuraoburi' (manly poetical style).
  854. KAMO no Mabuchi formalized Kokugaku as academia by even incorporating some contradictions made by Keichu and Kokugaku of Azumamaro KADANO.
  855. KAMO no Mabuchi studied under KADA no Azumamaro and investigated the spirit of ancient Japanese through the study of classical literature such as Manyoshu.
  856. KAMO no Mabuchi was born in 1697 as the third son of Masanobu OKABE who was a Shinto priest in Hamamatsu.
  857. KAMO no Mabuchi was his disciple.
  858. KAMO no Mabuchi was one of his disciples, who was followed by Norinaga MOTOORI and Atsutane HIRATA; the four were called "The Four Master of Kokugaku".
  859. KAMO no Mitsuyoshi
  860. KAMO no Mitsuyoshi (939 - July 1, 1015) was Onmyoji or Inyoka (Master of Yin yang) who lived in the Heian period.
  861. KAMO no Mitsuyoshi 939 - 1015
  862. KAMO no Morimichi: Mitsuyoshi's legitimate son.
  863. KAMO no Narihira - the founder of the Shake school
  864. KAMO no Suetaka was a poet who lived in the late Edo period and came from shake (a family of Shinto priests serving a shrine on a hereditary basis) of the Kamigamo-jinja Shrine.
  865. KAMO no Tadayuki
  866. KAMO no Tadayuki (year of birth and death unknown).
  867. KAMO no Tadayuki ? - 960
  868. KAMO no Tadayuki in narrative stories
  869. KAMO no Tadayuki played an important role in the history of Onmyodo
  870. KAMO no Tadayuki was very good at 'sekifu,' a practice to guess an article inside a cover, and in the Engi era, he was ordered by Emperor Daigo, the emperor of that time, to show his skill.
  871. KAMO no Yasunori
  872. KAMO no Yasunori (917-March 14, 977) was the Onmyoji (diviner) and Inyoka (the Yin and Yang school of philosophy) of the mid-Heian Period.
  873. KAMO no Yasunori 917 - 977
  874. KAMO no Yasunori and YOSHISHIGE no Yasutane were his sons.
  875. KAMO no Yasunori, who was the son of Tadayuki, held Reki Hakase concurrently with Tenmon Hakase (master of astrology); however, after his death the descendants of KAMO no Mitsuyoshi, the son of Yasunori, took over rekido and the descendants of ABE no Seimei, a follower, took over tenmondo (ancient horoscopy).
  876. KAMO no agatanushi, the territorial rulers of Kamo, who were based in Kadono in Yamashiro Province and dedicated themselves to Kamo-jinja Shrine for generations are reputed to be descended from KAMO taketsunumi no mikoto (a Japanese mythological god) who transformed into Yatagarasu (a mythological giant crow) and guided the Emperor Jinmu.
  877. KAMO no kimi, later known as KAMO no asomi and based in Katsuragi in Yamato Province (present-day Gose City, Nara Prefecture), were reputedly descended from Okamotsumi, the grandson of Taneko OTA who was himself a child of omono nushi (an ancient Japanese god).
  879. KANEKO proposed the expansion of tondenhei in the report of "Inspection Tour in Three Prefectures of Hokkaido".
  880. KANSAI THRU PASS is usable for the Keishin Line.
  881. KASA no Iratsume
  882. KASA no Iratsume (Lady Kasa) was a poet of the mid-Nara period.
  883. KASA no Kanamura
  884. KASA no Kanamura (year of birth and death unknown) was a poet during the Nara Period.
  885. KASA no Nadaka
  886. KASA no Shidaru (198,340 square meters)
  887. KASAHARA no Omi: Musashi no kuni no miyatsuko during the reign of Emperor Ankan.
  888. KASHIWADE no Hokikimi no Iratsume
  889. KASHIWADE no Hokikimi no Iratsume (year of birth unknown - April 7, 622) was a woman in the Nara period.
  890. KASHIWADE no Maro
  891. KASHIWADE no Maro (date of birth unknown ? August 26, 682) lived during the Asuka period of Japan.
  892. KASOU tried to give him a certificate of dharma transmission, but IKKYUU refused it.
  893. KASUGA no Motomitsu, KOSE no Kinmochi's pupil, founded the Tosa school.
  894. KATAYAMA also makes an announcement in the stations for the Fukuchiyama Line, which runs in parallel.
  895. KATO formed a coalition cabinet of the Goken Sanpa, inviting two members from the Seiyukai Party and one member from the Kakusin Kurabu to participate in the cabinet.
  896. KATO requested Takashi HARA, the Prime Minister, for the substitution according to the government regulation Article 9.
  897. KATSU foresaw it, and advised the locals who took care of him there that 'you had better buy lands before it's too late.'
  898. KATSU was dismissed as government's naval magistrate.
  899. KATSURA, however, counterattacked.
  900. KATSURAGI no Sotsuhiko
  901. KATSURAGI no Tsubura
  902. KATSURAGI no Tsubura (year of birth unknown - 456) was a member of local ruling family belonging to the Katsuragi clan that was active in around the fifth century A.D.
  903. KAWADA no Jiro
  904. KAWADA no Jiro (year of birth unknown-October 17, 1189) was samurai (warrior) who lived during the Heian and Kamakura periods.
  905. KAWADA no Jiro visited Yoritomo, who was back at Shiwa-cho, with Yasuhira's severed head on October 23 (September 6 in old lunar calendar).
  906. KAWAJI is called the father of the Japanese police, because he established the structure of modern police system modeling after the western system for the first time in Japan.
  907. KAWAJI won the great trust of OKUBO, who became Secretary of Interior after the resignation of Takamori SAIGO, and he took the responsible for spying on fuhei shizoku (former samurai with complaints) after the attempted assassination of Tomomi IWAKURA (the Incident of Kuichigai-mitsuke) and the War of SAGA.
  908. KAWAJI's residence was located in the neighborhood of today's Shimotani Police Office of Keishi-cho.
  909. KAWAJI's sayings about how police officers should behave themselves were later compiled into a book titled "Keisatsu Shugen," which has been widely handed down among police officers as the "bible" of police spirit.
  910. KAWAKAMI no iratsume (around 575 - around 618) was a consort of the Emperor Sushun.
  911. KAYA no Konoma
  912. KAYA no Konoma (date of birth unknown - August 16, 693?) lived in the Asuka period of Japan.
  913. KAYA, SAITO and others were shot to death, and the ringleader OTAGURO, too, was injured by gunshot, took refuge to a nearby private house and then committed suicide.
  914. KAZUNOMIYA was brought up in the Hashimoto family after the death of the Emperor Ninko.
  915. KBS Hall (Japan)
  916. KBS Hall is a hall in the Broadcasting Hall of Kyoto Broadcasting System Co. Ltd. (KBS Kyoto) in Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City.
  918. KEIHANNA PLAZA is a central facility at Kansai Science City (Keihanna Science City) in Hikaridai, Seika-cho, Soraku-gun, Kyoto Prefecture.
  920. KENOU died in 1414.
  921. KER Sanjo Station is connected to Kyoto Municipal Subway Tozai Line's Sanjo Keihan Station through an underpass outside the ticket gates.
  922. KER used to call this station 'Kyoto Sanjo Station' or 'Sanjo Kyoto Station' to underscore the fact that the station was KER's Kyoto terminal.
  923. KERS 2600 is used because it's equipped with the rollsign 'Limited Express' (the rollsign 'K-Limited Express' is not equipped, therefore it cannot be displayed) and because the platforms on the Katano Line can accommodate a train made up of five cars at most, owing to their effective lengths.
  924. KERS 3000 (the second generation): This is due to be used as a temporary replacement train for the KERS 9000 and the special train.
  925. KI no Akimine
  926. KI no Akimine (year of birth and death unknown) was a poet of the early Heian period.
  927. KI no Arimasa
  928. KI no Arimasa (year of birth and death unknown) was a low to middle rank government official and Confusion scholar during the mid-Heian period.
  929. KI no Aritsune
  930. KI no Aritsune (815 - February 13, 877) was an aristocrat of Heian period.
  931. KI no Asominokami ? - ?
  932. KI no Harunushi
  933. KI no Harunushi (year of birth and death unknown) was a low to medium rank government official during the early Heian period.
  934. KI no Haseo
  935. KI no Haseo (born 845, died March 6, 912) was a high-ranking court noble and literatus who lived from the early into the mid-Heian period.
  936. KI no Ieko
  937. KI no Ieko (dates of birth and death unknown) was a court lady in the late Heian period.
  938. KI no Kaion
  939. KI no Kaion (1663 - October 31, 1742) was joruri (dramatic narrative chanted to a shamisen accompaniment) author, kyokashi (a person who makes and teaches a comic tanka), and haiku poet who lived during the middle of the Edo period.
  940. KI no Kosami
  941. KI no Kosami (the early 730's-April 4, 797) was a Court noble of the higher ranks from the late Nara period to the early Heian period.
  942. KI no Kosami who was appointed to the position ofseito shogun (literally, "general who subdues the eastern barbarians") in 788 led the Imperial army to conquer the Emishi in the following year, 789.
  943. KI no Kosami, who had stayed in Koromogawa village with his troops without charging forward until the end of May, was rebuked by Emperor Kanmu for his immobility.
  944. KI no Kuimaro
  945. KI no Kuimaro (born in 755 and died on February 12, 833) was a government official in the early Heian period.
  946. KI no Mahito
  947. KI no Mahito (747 - September 27, 805) was a low to medium rank government official during the early Heian period.
  948. KI no Maoka
  949. KI no Maoka (year of birth and death unknown) was a government official in the beginning of the Heian period.
  950. KI no Narimori
  951. KI no Narimori (year of birth and death unknown) was an influential warrior in the western part of Hoki Province (Nishi Hoki) from the end of the Heian period to the Kamakura period.
  952. KI no Narimori was from the Ki clan, who were originally officials of the central government and after they came to Hoki Province as Hoki no kami, they settled there and became the local lords.
  953. KI no Natsui
  954. KI no Natsui (years of birth and death unknown) was a nobleman and a statesman who lived in the early Heian period.
  955. KI no Natsui was the Governor of Sanuki Province in 858 and the Governor of Higo Province in 865, and the both provinces did he govern wisely and the subject people admired him.
  956. KI no Oiwa
  957. KI no Oiwa (year of birth and death unknown) was a lord of Gozoku (a local ruling family) in the Tumulus period.
  958. KI no Oiwa, son of Oyumi, joined the battle as the successor of Oyumi.
  959. KI no Osadamaro
  960. KI no Osadamaro (755 - June 825) was a government official in the beginning of the Heian period.
  961. KI no Oyumi
  962. KI no Oyumi (? - March, 465) is a known leader of an influential ruling family during the Tumulus Period of Japan.
  963. KI no Shizuko
  964. KI no Shizuko (year of birth unknown - February 866) was Emperor Montoku's koi (a lady waiting in the court or court lady).
  965. KI no Tokibumi
  966. KI no Tokibumi (c. 922 - c. 996) was a Japanese poet of the mid-Heian period.
  967. KI no Tomonori
  968. KI no Tomonori (c. 845 - 907) was kajin in the Heian period.
  969. KI no Tomonori (deceased)
  970. KI no Tomonori was his cousin.
  971. KI no Tsuno
  972. KI no Tsuno (year of birth and death unknown) was a person of local ruling family in the middle of Tumulus period.
  973. KI no Tsurayuki
  974. KI no Tsurayuki (866 or 872? - June 19, 945?) was a poet and essayist from the early to the middle Heian period.
  975. KI no Tsurayuki has the most waka poems (26 poems) and Juyi BAI has the most Chinese-style poems (135 poems).
  976. KI no Tsurayuki wrote "Tosa Nikki (The Tosa Diary)" in the guise of a woman because men kept diaries in the Chinese language in the middle of the Heian period and he had to pretend to be a woman to write a diary in kana.
  977. KI no Tsurayuki wrote in his Tosa Nikki (Tosa Diary) that he ate "azuki-gayu" on the morning of January 15 (Koshogatsu) in 935.
  978. KI no Wakako
  979. KI no Wakako (year of birth and death unknown) was a court lady who lived at the beginning of the Heian Period.
  980. KI no Yasuo
  981. KI no Yasuo (822 - July 7, 886) was an aristocrat of the Heian period.
  982. KI no Yoshimitsu
  983. KI no Yoshimitsu (869 - October 31, 939) was a low to middle rank government official and a composer of Chinese poems during the mid-Heian period.
  984. KI no Yoshimochi
  985. KI no Yoshimochi (date of birth unknown - 919) was a Confucian and a kajin (waka poet) in the mid Heian period.
  986. KI no Yoshito
  987. KI no Yoshito (dates of birth and death unknown) was an official in the middle of the Heian period.
  988. KI no tsurayuki merely listed the names of renowned modern poets, so there was no common style of poetry among them.
  989. KI was from the royal family.
  990. KIBI no Makibi
  991. KIBI no Makibi (695 - November 3, 775) was a scholar, a statesman and a Kugyo (a court noble) who lived during the Nara Period.
  992. KIBI no Makibi (a Japanese scholar and noble during the Nara period) brought it to Japan when he returned from China in 735.
  993. KIBI no Makibi 695 - 775
  994. KIBI no Makibi and Genbo who were aboard ship first survived and reached to Japan.
  995. KIBI no Makibi was a nobleman and scholar who studied the principles of inyo gogyo while visiting Tang as a Kentoshi brought back the numerous related literature and demonstrated the talent as onmyoji.
  996. KIBI no Makibi was demoted by FUJIWARA no Nakamaro but subsequently climbed to the post of Udaijin (minister of the right) in recognition of his success in repressing Nakamaro's rebellion.
  997. KIBI no Shoryo (KIBI no Makibi)
  998. KIBI no Yuri
  999. KIBI no Yuri (year of birth unknown - February 17, 774) is a government official in the latter half of the Nara Period.
  1000. KIFUMI no Otomo

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