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  1. Also, from a record saying that the grave keeper of the burial mound of Emperor Suijin kept Fusumada-ryo Mausoleum as well, there is an interpretation that Nishitonotsuka-kofun Tumulus was the burial mound of Emperor Suijin (Wada, 2003).
  2. Also, from around this time, the nature of his activities became less confrontational and more moderate.
  3. Also, from the belief that the more often these words were recited the more merit one could receive, this ritual was presented by reciting the ritual words thousands or even ten-thousand times.
  4. Also, from the middle of the Muromachi period, kumon (kojo) was sometimes issued for the purpose of appointing the monk who did not live in the temple as Jujishoku (a resident head of the temple) that was considered as honorary position.
  5. Also, from the time he was in the womb of his mother, he was destined to accede to the Imperial throne and, thus, he has a title of honor of Emperor Taichu (Emperor residing in the womb).
  6. Also, from the viewpoint that the name of Kawachi-Genji refers not to the base but to the family lineage, it is acceptable to call those who are descendants of Kawachi-Genji even though they were not Kawachi-based ('Genealogical' viewpoint).
  7. Also, ginei is basically unaccompanied, but is sometimes accompanied by koto (a long Japanese zither with thirteen strings) or shakuhachi bamboo flute and during the early 21st century the accompaniment by the recorded compact disc was also widely used.
  8. Also, grated yamaimo yam, sugar, water, and karukan powder (rough-grained rice flour) are mixed together and once steamed are known as karukan, a type of steamed cake.
  9. Also, group b provoked a feminist essay called 'Appraising in a Rainy Night' and an essay on narrative that made Genji say, 'Nihongi is only a part of our history,' and they are very interesting.
  10. Also, hakkake (inside cloth used around cuff and hem) (susomawashi (lining at the bottom of a kimono)) is called "mukujitate" and is tailored by always using the same cloth as the outer surface of the kimono.
  11. Also, hanchin's power was reduced, allowing prefectures and their governors that had been placed under its control to regain their previous status as entities directly controlled by the central government.
  12. Also, having died at the age of 22, he is often compared to his contemporary, Shoji SEKINE, based on their premature death; however, their styles are totally different.
  13. Also, having the size of lands in possession reduced is called genpo in Japanese.
  14. Also, he adopted FUJIWARA no Akisue who was a founder of the Rokujo Toke (the Rokujo Fujiwara family).
  15. Also, he appropriated sufficient funds to implement a welfare policy that included creating 'a medical expenses subsidy system for the population aged 65 or more' which was a first for the nation.
  16. Also, he became Dainagon (chief councilor of state) in 1191.
  17. Also, he became the adopted father of Renshi ANO who was a concubine of Emperor Godaigo.
  18. Also, he committed himself to Christianity through the Bible.
  19. Also, he compiled "Hakuunshu," proving himself as a man of culture.
  20. Also, he compiled 'Fuso ryakki,' a Buddhist historical book consisting of articles from Emperor Jinmu through Emperor Horikawa, written in classical Chinese and in chronological order.
  21. Also, he completed the keep tower of Marugame-jo Castle in this year.
  22. Also, he created kogaki (small scripts) by taking advantage of his knowledge about kokugaku (the study of Japanese classical literature), and he was in full of activity such as going so far as to annotate upon Zeami Densho and publish it.
  23. Also, he created scriptures called 'Voice of Sphinx,' wrote both the lyrics and music of 'Amono Seika,' and edited 'Utaseiten.'
  24. Also, he devoted himself to reconstruction of devastated Mt. Hiei.
  25. Also, he dissolved merchant guilds as a part of the low-price policy, as he placed a blame on them for rising goods prices, but he minted low-quality coins to compensate the finance shortage of bakufu at the same time, which brought about an outcome completely opposite to a price reduction.
  26. Also, he engraved a seal for Imperial Prince Arisugawanomiya Taruhito.
  27. Also, he enthusiastically paid reverence to the emperor so when the Imperial family attended Kabuki, he once performed in spite of the fact that he was absent from the stage due to illness.
  28. Also, he failed to entrap Koremasa WADA, who was a Christian, lost Nobunaga's grace, and lost his position around 1573.
  29. Also, he felt the necessity to stand up against the military power of shogunate, and he returned to Kagoshima in the middle of October, and came to Kyoto with Komatsu and soldiers on the 15th.
  30. Also, he gave an audience to Tensho Shonen Shisetsu (Boys' Envoys to Europe during the Tensho era) and Ieyasu TOKUGAWA in Jurakudai.
  31. Also, he got heavily involved in Jodo shiko (the Pure Land faith) and authored 'Nihon Ojo Gokurakuki' (Japanese records of birth into the Pure Land).
  32. Also, he had a deep faith in Buddhism (Pure Land teaching in particular), and it is said that at his last moment he passed away in the middle of a ritual to pray for the Pure Land surrounded by many monks in front of the principal image of Hojo-ji Temple's Amitabha hall that he built himself.
  33. Also, he had a great interest in the swordplay, and learned sword fighting from Yorihara NAKASHINO from the Mikawa Province, and became a founder of Oda style swordplay.
  34. Also, he had a relationship with Ukifune (A Drifting Boat), Naka no Kimi's younger sister by a different mother, pretending to be Kaoru, although he knew that she was Kaoru's lover, and it caused her to commit suicide by throwing herself into the water after she agonized. ('Ukifune').
  35. Also, he had an established reputation not only as a player but also as a referee, and he had often acted as referee in the Waseda versus Keio games.
  36. Also, he had many influential warlords and court nobles as his associates, such as Sanetaka SANJONISHI, Takakuni HOSOKAWA, Yoshioki OUCHI and Fusayoshi UESUGI, and is said to have been a diplomatic adviser to the Imagawa clan.
  37. Also, he had many statues of Buddha and Bosatsu made for Minhoshi and had them stored in Yamada-dera Temple.
  38. Also, he had stayed in several temples and hermitages around the country, such as Gyuko-an Temple in Tosa Province, Taiko-an Temple in Kazusa Province, and Sagami Province.
  39. Also, he has so far studied abroad for a short time in such educational institutes as Shaanxi Normal University, Yunnan Nationalities Institute and Peking University.
  40. Also, he hears that there is a barrier station farther ahead and that travelers are being stopped there.
  41. Also, he helped Hideyoshi during the Kyushu Conquest.
  42. Also, he introduced 'hakuyu' (white glaze) (a type of koroyu [a glaze which Jokei RAKU first used for koro, incense burner]) to Raku ware which only had black created by Kangen Uwagusuri (Reduction glaze) and red created by Sanka Uwagusuri (Oxidation glaze), and expanded the style of the Raku wares.
  43. Also, he introduced Yoshimasa HOSOKAWA of Muso Shinden Eishin Ryu school to Hiromichi NAKAYAMA.
  44. Also, he introduced to Japan "The Secret History of the Mongols," which he translated into Japanese and titled "Real Records of Genghis Khan."
  45. Also, he is finally considered a human being in the rakugoka world.
  46. Also, he is said to have had a baby in exile.
  47. Also, he is thought to have been involved in the formation of Nijugo zanmai-e (assembly of the twenty-five concentrations) as Nenbutsu Kessha in the same year.
  48. Also, he is usually compared with Issa KOBAYASHI, who was a haiku poet in the last days of the Tokugawa shogunate (when Issa died at the age of sixty-five, he was five).
  49. Also, he joined Kokusai katsuei which was going to fold up and made films starring an actor of female roles (starring Teinosuke KINUGASA who had quit Nikkatsu Mukojima).
  50. Also, he joined a prose and poetry association Kontonshisha and had close relationships with literary men in Osaka such as the leader Hokkai KATAYAMA, Kenkado KIMURA and Shikin KATSU.
  51. Also, he knew that on a Dutch map the border between Japan and Russia at Karafuto Island was situated at latitude fifty degrees north.
  52. Also, he learned Chinese poetry from Nankaku HATTORI.
  53. Also, he left ten Books of Kuden shu (Collections of Oral Transmission) about the history of songs separately.
  54. Also, he made peace with the Hojo clan, but the conclusion of the Kosun Alliance triggered the failure of the Sunso Alliance (an alliance between the Imagawa clan in Suruga Province and the Hojo clan in Sagami Province), and the Imagawa clan and the Hojo clan were involved in a dispute (the Kato War).
  55. Also, he obtained the literary work of Zeami, which was very scarce at the time, through Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  56. Also, he often participated in uta-awase (waka poetry competition) such as Nenchu-gyoji Uta-awase and Shintamatsushimasha Uta-awase.
  57. Also, he ordered Kizaemon TAKAHASHI, a carpenter, and Sanemon NARITA, a nurishi (a maker of lacquer ware and handiworks) and others to create the Hida Shunkei Lacquer ware.
  58. Also, he persuaded the board of directors at the university to exclude Greek examination from the entrance examination for Japanese.
  59. Also, he planned and published Taisei Utai-bon in order to unify the content of utai, which was different depending on each school.
  60. Also, he played an active role of persuading Takatsugu KYOGOKU who holed up in Mt. Koya.
  61. Also, he pleaded for help from the Gama-to party of Hachiyashu (a performance group) and got them on his side.
  62. Also, he promoted his four sons and brothers-in-law to court nobles, appointed his heir FUJIWARA no Michitaka to Great Minister of the Center and died immediately after he resigned the post of chancellor in favor of him.
  63. Also, he published his research paper such as 'Honpogogenko' and 'Jibutsumeigiko.'
  64. Also, he remarkably contributed to the expansion of the territory.
  65. Also, he renovated Masaka-jo Castle and Ota-jo Castle (Hitachi Province) (Maizuru-jo Castle) and made the places be his bases.
  66. Also, he reorganized and reinforced the kaimai shiho (rice trading system) that he forced farmers to provide the domain with surplus rice which was shipped to Edo to gain more profit.
  67. Also, he restarted cracking down on Western learning, put the publication of books under his control, and tightened public morals.
  68. Also, he seemed to have contact with Gyokudo URAGAMI before his leaving from domain.
  69. Also, he seems for a time to have taken pity on a lower class woman who went on to give birth to Omi no Kimi.
  70. Also, he served as Hyobu shoyu (junior assistant minister of the Hyobusho Ministry of War).
  71. Also, he served as the director of Japan Camphor, the auditor of Nihon Baiyaku, the councilor of the Osaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and the president of Osaka Druggist Wholesale and Brokerage Association.
  72. Also, he served the Hiroshima domain in Aki province (present day Hiroshima Prefecture) for approximately 13 years at the recommendation of Shigemune ITAKURA.
  73. Also, he set a complaints box for the public, and introduced meritocracy by adopting "Ashidaka system" (the system which took talented people into bakufu, who had been unable to assume the important posts until then owing to their low stipends).
  74. Also, he studied under Yuzo HAYASHI, a Japanese warrior and politician.
  75. Also, he taught Western-style painting to Shiki MASAOKA, and Asai is said to be the model of Master Fukami, a painter who appeared in "Sanshiro," a novel by Soseki NATSUME.
  76. Also, he took Chikko's second son, Shohei YAMADA, as a son-in-law, who took over Kanzan's Tenkoku works.
  77. Also, he took part in the war between Motonaga MIYOSHI and Kunisada NAITO and made a fine war record.
  78. Also, he took the position of chairman of the National Federation of Small Business Associations established in the same year.
  79. Also, he was a political advisor of Yoshiyasu YANAGISAWA and the eighth Shogun Yoshimune TOKUGAWA.
  80. Also, he was accused of treason by Umashiuchi no Sukune, but cleared his name by Kukatachi (a way of judging honesty in ancient Japan where a suspect's hand was placed in boiling water and, if unharmed, the suspect was telling the truth).
  81. Also, he was actively involved in compiling Taiho Ritsuryo (Taiho Code) and later Yoro Ritsuryo Code, but he died of an illness in 720 and the compilation work was halted.
  82. Also, he was allowed to use the name of the Hashiba clan, and he called himself Tojuro HASHIBA.
  83. Also, he was an expert at archery, and when he had an archery contest with FUJIWARA no Korechika, heir to his older brother, Michitaka, and who later became his rival, he said, 'if my daughter weds the Emperor then let the arrow strike the target,' then he released the arrow and it hit the target, but Koretaka missed.
  84. Also, he was closely-linked to the Konoe family, the head of Gosekke (five families whose members were eligible for the positions of Sessho and Kanpaku) and drew wall paintings for Sakihisa KONOE's residence in 1567 and 1568 (described in "Tokitsugu Kyoki").
  85. Also, he was given the property with 80 households on July 21, 701 ("Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicle of Japan Continued)).
  86. Also, he was influenced by painter Choshukoku, who came to Japan.
  87. Also, he was invited by the Otomo clan in Bungo Province, and moved to Oita to serve as the chief priest of the Manju-ji Temple and lived there for three years.
  88. Also, he was involved in the establishment of 'Kyoto Hosei School (京都法政学校)' the forerunner of Ritsumeikan University as a patronage member with Kotetsu HAMAOKA, etc.
  89. Also, he was known as Noh-men uchi (a person who makes Noh masks) and left many Noh masks and Kyogen masks.
  90. Also, he was one of the people who supported the latter period of the Taira clan government.
  91. Also, he was selected as the member of the Japan Art Academy in 1986 and Person of Cultural Merits in 2005.
  92. Also, he was the first Japanese person to be on the cover of Time magazine (November 8, 1926 edition).
  93. Also, he wielded great power as the maternal father of Emperor Nijo and he was promoted to sadaijin (Minister of the left) and secured kakaku of seigake.
  94. Also, he worked as a bridge between artists like Shojo SHOKADO and the Imperial court.
  95. Also, he would often pursue a wait-and-see policy in regards to specter matters, and he would worm himself into an enemy's favor as well as try to curry favor with Kitaro.
  96. Also, her dates of birth and death are unknown, but it is suggested that she was about 30 years old in 1008, based on historical materials and her works; by counting backwards from that age, she would have been born around 979 and died around 1016.
  97. Also, hiochikin, which is a kind of lactic acid bacterium, might be included.
  98. Also, his activities in poetry circles became more pronounced from around 1190 through the support of his uncle, Jien and he hosted "Kagetsu hyakushu" in the same year and "Roppyakuban utaawase" (The Poetry Match in 600 Rounds) in 1193.
  99. Also, his brother-in-law Kumaji left for abroad at this time putting Ukichi at the head of the family.
  100. Also, his collection of paintings, sculptures, and Ukiyoe (Japanese woodblock prints) which Matsukata had bought in Europe during the First World War, when he was prospering as president of Kawasaki Dockyard, had come to be known as "Matsukata collection," a part of which became a base of The National Museum of Western Art.
  101. Also, his daughter married FUJIWARA no Fuminaga, a grandson of FUJIWARA no Hidesato, and became the mother of FUJIWARA no Fumiyuki and Kanemitsu.
  102. Also, his father Yosobe is imprisoned to take the responsibility of this robbery.
  103. Also, his gravestone and a stone monument were erected in Kyoto Ryozen Gokoku-jinja Shrine.
  104. Also, his graveyard became one of cultural properties (historic sites) designated by Prefecture in 1965.
  105. Also, his mother was from the Tokudaiji family which was in the line of the Kanin ryu that had power in the Imperial Court at that time.
  106. Also, his painting "Ibari suru Raso" (Nude Monk Urinating) which shows a naked Buddhist monk urinating on a takuhatsu (a small bowl used for begging, common to Buddhist monks in Japan) depicted in red as the main color brings an air of strange passion to the viewer, and is known as the best work that reflects Kaita MURAYAMA himself.
  107. Also, his purported 11th son, Tokuitsu, was not killed either, but sent to Todai-ji Temple to enter into priesthood, and later became the founder of Chisoku-in Chuzen-ji Temple on Mt. Tsukuba.
  108. Also, his reporting on culture, power of the nation and the dignity and prosperity of the capital, Changan, of Tang made the government conscious of the large difference between Fujiwarakyo and Changan, which resulted in the decision to transfer the capital.
  109. Also, his second son Hirouji set up a new household.
  110. Also, his son was Takenori KASUYA who, after the death of Takenori (the senior), fought on Toyotomi's side in Osaka and supposedly died in battle.
  111. Also, his waka poem was collected in "Ogura Hyakunin Isshu (A Hundred Poems by a Hundred Poets)" (I'm not sure whether your mind is the same as before; however the Japanese plum, which I know well because I've been here several times, blooms finely and perfumes sweetly to welcome me; would you come around to help me stay up for the night?).
  112. Also, his younger brother Sadafusa became the heir (who was adopted by his wife's family) of his uncle Sadasuke (Yoshisuke TANAKA).
  113. Also, holders of Godan and above were eligible to take the examination for Kyoshi, and those of Shichidan and above were eligible to take the examination for Hanshi.
  114. Also, honorary dan are sometimes given to those who have superb achievements and so on, despite the judgment.
  115. Also, households that did not offer soldiers had the obligation to support the life of the soldier's family in exchange for a tax exemption.
  116. Also, if "物滅" (butsumetsu) is applied, it means 'things (物) collapse (滅) once and things start anew,' and some interpret the day is better than 'taian' to start things.
  117. Also, if Hitomaro was as highly ranked an official as Umehara claimed, it is odd that nothing was recorded in documents such as the "Shoku Nihongi".
  118. Also, if an obi with the width of nine sun (thirty-four cm) of the color of light gray is worn, it can be used at memorial services as well.
  119. Also, if the flames rise high when Kakizome paper is thrown into the fire, they say his or her calligraphy skill will be improved.
  120. Also, if the following cases arise, the chief referee can stop the match by shouting 'Stop!' and raising both the red and white flags to the same level.
  121. Also, if the honorific title Tarashihiko is removed from his Shigo (posthumous name), Tarashinakatsuhiko, the name Nakatsu remains, but this is an abstract noun and can't be said to be an actual name (usually, extra names are based on common nouns, as was the case with Emperor Tenchi).
  122. Also, if the pit is too small, the egg may overflow.
  123. Also, if the road stretches west and east in a linear manner, it connects to the rounded part of the south of the Konda Gobyoyama Tumulus, and front part of the south east of the Oyama Tumulus.
  124. Also, if they happened to encounter the procession on the road, they could do nothing but kneel down on the ground and let the procession pass.
  125. Also, important officers such as local officials and military officers were granted to wear the Gyotai.
  126. Also, impressions of seals engraved by Goshin are contained in Fuyo KO's "Fuyo Sanbo Shiinpu" (a book of the impressions of the old, copper seals collected by Fuyo).
  127. Also, in "Bakemono Haruasobi" (monster's spring play) written by 桜川慈悲功, a writer of gesaku (literary work of a playful, mocking, joking, silly or frivolous nature) in the later Edo period, there is a story in which a luminescent grey heron was seen in Yamato Province (Present Nara Prefecture).
  128. Also, in "Genji monogatari ganmon" written by Seikaku and "Hikaru Genji monogatari honji" written by Ryogo, the title of this chapter is Ubasoku Buddhist, which suggests that it was a quite dominant other name for the chapter during the end of the Heian period.
  129. Also, in "Harimanokuni Fudoki" (Records of the culture and geography of the Harima Province), he is described as Emperor Osazaki and Emperor Nanba, making it conceivable that achievements of two Emperors were combined into one.
  130. Also, in "Hyakki yagyo emaki"(picture scroll of Hyakki yagyo) from Muromachi Period, since a speter of koto is depicted, it is said that Sekien has depicted kotofurunushi on the basis of "Hyakki yagyo emaki".
  131. Also, in "Kojikiden" (Commentaries on the Kojiki), 'Hoakari' is written in a set of characters that expresses ripened and redden ears of rice; therefore, just like other gods that are linked to the Emperor, its name also is related to rice.
  132. Also, in "Person's Deathbed Reference," Futaro YAMADA comments 'this is a fine example of a poem by a military commander of the Warring State period.'
  133. Also, in "Ron" (Muryoju-kyo Ubadaisha Ganshoge-chu (Commentary on [Vasubandhu's] Upadesa on the Sutra of Immeasurable Life)), it is called 'Rengezo Sekai' (the Lotus Matrix World) or 'Mui.'
  134. Also, in 1206, when Kofuku-ji Temple appealed to In (the retired emperor), his name was pointed out, showing that he was energetically engaged in activities as a follower of Honen.
  135. Also, in 1261, Kugeshinsei (new laws imposed by the Imperial Court) targeting at Kofuku-ji Temple were set and there is an official document from Daijokan (Grand Council of State) to Buddhist temples left.
  136. Also, in 1451, he intervened in the internal dispute in the Oda clan who was the Shugodai of the Province of Owari, but again, he met opposition from the Owari Shugo Shiba clan and he was not able to exercise his influence the way he wanted.
  137. Also, in 1579, Yoritsuna began to suspect that his first son, Nobutsuna Anegakoji, would launch a rebellion, and so killed him (some people say it happened in 1583).
  138. Also, in 1592 he conducted the Bunroku-Keicho War, seeking to conquer Ming, but the situation reached a deadlock in Korea, which was supposed to be the only route through to Ming.
  139. Also, in 1603, IZUMO no Okuni created a kabuki dance which introduced kabuki-mono manners and customs.
  140. Also, in 1722, it merged with the duties of Otsu Magistrate to control Otsu City.
  141. Also, in 1739, at a request by Yoshimune, he recommended four kuge (court nobles), Michimi NAKANOIN, Mitsuhide KARASUMARU, Kintomi SANJONISHI, and Tamehisa REIZEI, who were outstanding waka poets of the period and had them present their waka to Yoshimune.
  142. Also, in 1743, the position of Naidaijin was held by Tanemoto KUJO (at nineteen years old but died), then Mototeru TAKATSUKASA (at seventeen years old but died), followed by Uchisaki KONOE (at sixteen years old).
  143. Also, in 1853 he tried brewing beer for the first time in Japan, and organized a tasting event at Sogen-ji Temple in Asakusa, Edo.
  144. Also, in 1853, his haiku 'Inazumaya aminikotaeshi sakananokage' (Lightening flashed on a net in which fish was caught) appeared in "Kisewata," a haiku collection compiled by Mokuga YOSHIMURA and published in Nagano.
  145. Also, in 1954 the film "Jigokumon" (Gates of Hell; directed by Teinosuke KINUGASA) won the Grand Prix at the Cannes International Film Festival.
  146. Also, in 2001, ruins of Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI's residence were discovered at the foot of Mt. Hachiman.
  147. Also, in 867, while he was serving as the lord of Sanuki Province, he published "Fujiwara no Aritoshi moshibumi" (petition by FUJIWARA no Aritoshi), which is the oldest existing so-gana (cursive style writing of Manyo-gana) writing and is currently stored as a national treasure (at Tokyo National Museum).
  148. Also, in Akita ondo (folk song), 'hiyama natto' (natto from Hiyama, in Akita Prefecture) (the Hiyama district of Noshiro City) is mentioned as one of specialties of Akita.
  149. Also, in April 2007, one warehouse at the side of the Maizuru City Commemoration Hall was renovated and reopened as Maizuru Wisdom Warehouse with its original appearance restored.
  150. Also, in China, there is a statement in Sengaikyo (oldest book on the geography of China) from the Qin dynasty, saying that if one eats pufferfish, he or she will die.
  151. Also, in December of the same year the kaomisekogyo (the season's first performance with the new company) at Minami-za in Kyoto was conducted centered on actors in Kansai.
  152. Also, in Esoteric Buddhism, a master can teach his disciples not only by Buddhist scriptures but also by kuden (oral instruction) or butsui (the Buddha's intention).
  153. Also, in Europe, Western Asia and the Middle East, there were many kamado using phase and heat transition.
  154. Also, in Ishikawa Prefecture, there is a certification standard (Notification #1751 issued by the head of the Food Safety and Consumer Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries on October 22, 2007) for bocha leaves roasted in Ishikawa Prefecture.
  155. Also, in Japan, structures are deliberately left incomplete in some cases, as can be seen in the Yomeimon gate at Nikko Toshogu, the thinking being that things begin to decay from the time they are completed.
  156. Also, in July 1014, he resigned from the position of Echigo no kuni no kami, returning to Kyoto with one year of the term left; according to a story, he did so probably because Murasaki Shikibu had died immediately before that.
  157. Also, in Kameiin Temple, there still exists a well from which Tekona reportedly drew water.
  158. Also, in Korea, while accepting the Ritsuryo codes of the Tung dynasty, amendments were made by kyakushiki according to the conditions of the country.
  159. Also, in May 1881, the title of Shoshii (Senior Fourth Rank) was given.
  160. Also, in Nakaraibon, at the execution of Tameyoshi he trembled in fear and couldn't cut off the head, but instead gave the task to Yoshimichi HATANO.
  161. Also, in Odawara City, during a ceremony in a merchant house, people heard a voice saying, 'I 'm choking', so, they searched a room to identify where the voice was coming from.
  162. Also, in Senchado, another chakin, relatively larger in size, is separately prepared for the purpose of wiping the tray, and the container to put this kind of chakin in is often called 'bonkinire' to be distinguished from kinto.
  163. Also, in Shinto graves, hassoku-dai (a platform supported by eight legs) is used for the display of "tamagushi" (branch of a sacred tree).
  164. Also, in Shizuoka City, the place where koban (former Japanese oval gold coin) was casted still remains as a town name of Kinza-machi.
  165. Also, in Suma Ward, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture, there also is one considered to be Yoichi's tomb; it bears the description, "Grave of NASU no Yoichi Munetaka."
  166. Also, in Taiwan, they can be found as one of the accompanying dishes in a bento in Japanese style convenience stores, while 'pork chop and rice,' a similar dish to katsudon, has also gained popularity.
  167. Also, in Tokuon-ji Temple in Hiyoshi-mura in Nagano Prefecture, Yoshinaka's mausoleum is built as well as five graves of his family members that stand next to it.
  168. Also, in a different legend, Emperor Shomu built it in 745 to pray for the recovery of Empress Komyo from an eye disease.
  169. Also, in a more limited sense, kuji referred to kankai (audit) of shidonokumon (daikeicho, shozeicho, chocho and choshucho) created by kokushi to record the land tax collection such as soyocho (a tax system, corvee) and the income and expenditure of financial affairs.
  170. Also, in an effort to vie with Shingen, Ujimasa offered his younger brother, Saburo (later, Kagetora UESUGI), to Kenshin UESUGI, an archenemy of Ujimasa, for adoption (hostage), and established an alliance by also ceding a portion of Kozuke Province to Kenshin (the Etsu-So Alliance).
  171. Also, in analysis of these things, Shinobu ORIKUCHI has pointed out the existence of a 'madam,' who raises a kind of child-spirit model.
  172. Also, in and after 1961, big achievements were attained in the aspect of research through the expansion of the direct business operation in the field practice forest, in such fields as afforestation, including the logging and transportation of trees, nursery fields, making wood and laying out forest roads.
  173. Also, in between the fighting, Toshizo himself went around and offered his men a drink of sake.
  174. Also, in books such as "Soga Monogatari" (the tale of Soga) famous for the revenge of the Soga brothers, it is recorded that the samurai practiced sumo wrestling as one of the military arts which was different from present-day sumo.
  175. Also, in building a new house, if the construction site was located in the tabooed direction from the center of the house they lived, they stayed in another place to change the direction of the site before starting the construction.
  176. Also, in capital planning, Enryaku-ji Temple on Mt. Hiei was placed in Heian-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in current Kyoto) in the direction of the kimon as seen from Daidairi (the Greater Imperial Palace), and Kanei-ji temple on Mt. Toei was placed in Edo in the direction of the kimon as seen from Edo-jo Castle.
  177. Also, in case of a breakdown in negotiations, Aritomo YAMAGATA went to Shimonoseki City in Yamaguchi Prefecture, and prepared the forces of both Hiroshima City and Kumamoto City for action.
  178. Also, in case of revising articles of Konin-shiki, people were supposed to write''sakinoshiki (previous code)'' in the article, and after that ''Ima mazuruni (present idea)'' as the starting phrases and then write the content.
  179. Also, in connection to this, the military governor of Yamashiro, Sadamichi ISE (the son of Sadamune), who was close to Yoshiki, won over the local samurai class who had led an uprising in Yamashiro Province and tried to resist Masamoto, and Masamoto used the same technique as a countermeasure.
  180. Also, in each school of Hokke Sect, it is believed that the Lotus Sutra preaches esan kiitsu.
  181. Also, in late August, Nukihoshi (Imperial envoy sent to gather ears of rice) chosen by Bokujo were sent to Itsuki no kuni and they chose Saiden (rice fields to cultivate rice plants for deities), Saijo zoshikinin (lower-level functionaries in the provincial government) and Sakatsuko (girls brew sake presented to gods) by using Bokujo in those provinces.
  182. Also, in many cases, the term specifically refers to buildings built using traditional Japanese methods of construction in which such elements as nails are not used.
  183. Also, in many provinces where the Yojin worked as highly paid senior vassals, those vassals engaged retainers themselves to act as their own Yojin.
  184. Also, in modern Chinese, the word "monopoly" means sales and shops specialized in specific goods as well as monopolization, so one must be careful to use the word.
  185. Also, in order to enjoy the sophisticated taste of the ingredients, salt is very common for the substitute of dipping sauce.
  186. Also, in pieces such as 'Yachiyojishi' and 'Naniwajishi' (by Kengyo TSUGUHASHI), the stages have the same length and consist of almost the same melodies or variations.
  187. Also, in recent years, his achievements as advisor to Yoshitaka SATOMI on politics and religion have been brought to attention.
  188. Also, in some cases it refers to a genre of music including jiuta (traditional songs) which are often played in concert.
  189. Also, in some cases performances take place on a stage that is built in the local community.
  190. Also, in some cases, the family line which was promoted to the Fourth Rank were called kokushu kaku (status of kokushu).
  191. Also, in some cases, the same mountain name may refer to a different mountain.
  192. Also, in some cases, there was a coolie duty to deliver collected nengu or kuji to lord of the manor or other extra compulsory service such as guard or repair of the related facilities, which were also referred to as kuji.
  193. Also, in some places, 'younger geigi,' including hangyoku, are called by terms of endearment such as 'kirariko-san' (in Hakone Yumoto Hot Spring Resort, Kanagawa Prefecture) and 'karariko-san' (Aizu Higashiyama Hot Spring Resort, Fukushima Prefecture).
  194. Also, in some regions, police officers who should have stopped riots tolerated the riots.
  195. Also, in southern Hitachi Province, Ujimasa supported the Toki clan, the lord of Edosaki-jo Castle, and the Okami clan, the lord of Ushiku-jo Castle, and extended its influence to the region.
  196. Also, in spite of their high ranks, Tokugawa gosanke (three privileged branches of Tokugawa family), the Aizu-Matsudaira family (Aizu Domain), Matsudaira sanuki no kami (the governor of Sanuki Province) (Takamatsu family), and the Ii clan (Hikone Domain) were not included in kokushu or kunimochi.
  197. Also, in the 1990s, after bureaucrats' practice of entertaining each other was widely criticized in newspapers and on TV, the 'banquet boom' rapidly disappeared.
  198. Also, in the Battle of Wada in 1213, he fought along with his family and died on the battle field.
  199. Also, in the Edo bakufu, the Muromachi system was retained as one of the good practices of samurai families, and part of it was used in the system of Hatamoto/Gokenin (direct vassals of the shogun and vassals of the shogunate, respectively).
  200. Also, in the Edo period, it became established that the three dishes should consist of sashimi, or mukozuke (a dish placed on the far side of the rice and soup), nimonowan (a bowl of boiled food) and yakimono (grilled or broiled fish or meat).
  201. Also, in the Heian period, powerful nobles founded boarding schools for their family members and relatives.
  202. Also, in the Imperial Palace of his half brother, Emperor Murakami, he was much appreciated and always played the thirteen-stringed koto and a flute at banquets.
  203. Also, in the Kamakura period, the post of In no shikken was added above In no shitsushi and In no nenyo and selected from Kugyo bettos.
  204. Also, in the Kotofu and the duplicate copy, Grand Steward of the Imperial Household Agency and Manager of Imperial Household Archives seal the thread for binding (the old Article 3, Paragraph 2).
  205. Also, in the Mahayana (greater vehicle) Buddhism introduced from the north, Buddha's sariras are interpreted as identical to "Truth Body" or "Buddha-nature."
  206. Also, in the OVA series "New Getter Robo," Oni and Ogre beasts in the shape of huge Oni appear as mysterious enemies.
  207. Also, in the article concerning Emperor Ojin in Kojiki, the name of Miyanushiyakawaehime was described as one of the princesses of Emperor Ojin.
  208. Also, in the article for Tokitada in "Sonpi Bunmyaku" (a text compiled in the fourteenth century that records the lineages of the aristocracy), there is no description of his mother and, in the article for Chikamune, it is written 'mother, daughter of FUJIWARA no Ienori, Daizen no Daibu (a chief officer of the Division of Meals).'
  209. Also, in the biography of Iyahiko-jinja Shrine in Niigata Prefecture, it described that he was engaged in subjugation and reclamation of Koshi Province by receiving the Imperial order after Emperor Jinmu subjugated Yamato Province (see Iyahiko-jinja Shrine for details).
  210. Also, in the book of "Eiga monogatari (A Tale of Flowering Fortunes)," the term 'makura no soshi' as a common noun was used to describe the beautiful kasane (layering) colors.
  211. Also, in the case of academic research, such as in the fields of folklorology, mythology and the like, the third part of the Shinmei is often omitted when referring to kami.
  212. Also, in the case of green plums and dried plum seeds contained in plum liquor, the toxicity is reduced because alcohol and heat have inactivated enzymes.
  213. Also, in the case of pregnancy as results of consensual sexual intercourses between the retainers, slaves, masters and their relative within the 5 degree of relationship, the resulting child was also confiscated (in the case of rape, however, this rule was not applied, as it was regarded as benign case).
  214. Also, in the case the Chinese character '素' is read as 'su' as in su-ashi (barefoot) and su-de (bare hand), it means naked or bare.
  215. Also, in the end of the Edo period, Yoshikatsu TOKUGAWA, the head of the Owari family, was adopted from the Mino-Takasu family.
  216. Also, in the fifth section of the first book he said that children would be in trouble without trees; so he changed his skin hair into trees, established the usage for each kind, and ordered his son Isotakeru and his daughters Oyatsuhime and Tsumatsuhime to plant the trees.
  217. Also, in the origin of Nyoi-ji Temple on Mt. Zugo in Owari Province, it was written that Motonaga was unable to cross a creek called Jigokusawa (the hell creek) due to the ice over it, so he used a nearby sotaba (a tall, narrow wooden tablet set up behind a grave for the repose of the dead) as a bridge.
  218. Also, in the past, there was a scandal in which diethylene glycol was added to imported noble rot (wine made with grapes affected by noble rot).
  219. Also, in the present day there are temples that directly manage shukubo, and people can enjoy shojin ryori (vegetarian dishes) and experience Zen sitting meditation in exchange for relatively inexpensive lodging charges.
  220. Also, in the provinces local leaders produced cavalry horses, which were contributed to the central authority under the ritsuryo system.
  221. Also, in the provinces, the authority of Kokushi was enforced in order for the Imperial Court to ensure the tax revenue.
  222. Also, in the same year, he passed away.
  223. Also, in the section of Karoku, the third dangun (the king of the first Korean kingdom) in 'The First Half of the History of Dangun' collected in the "Kandan Koki" (Texts on Ancient Korean History), which is said to be an apocryphal book, the following article on Soshimori is found:
  224. Also, in the trial, Naramoto and Inoue, who were once leading directors of the Institute of Buraku Problem, gave testimony to criticize the Institute's approach.
  225. Also, in the twentieth century the four-string sanxian was devised.
  226. Also, in the work of bunraku (Japanese puppet theater) called "Tsubosaka reigenki (The Miraclous Story of Tsubosaka Temple)" there is one scene where the hero Sawaichi plays the part of "Mamanokawa" by kengyo KIKUOKA.
  227. Also, in this period, it can be seen in "Zuisho" that the Emperor proclaimed himself as 'Tenshi' (Emperor) against the Yang-di of Sui.
  228. Also, in this year, he joined the army in the Battle of Nagashino.
  229. Also, in those days, Gyoki-zu was adopted as the background of paintings on a folding screen and etc.
  230. Also, in those days, waribashi (splittable wooden chopsticks) were introduced.
  231. Also, in various places, production of indigenous products other than rice began and tea from the Yamashiro and Yamato Province and mandarin oranges of the Kii Province were well-known.
  232. Also, in villages and towns, jisha (temples and shrines) were the center of matsurigoto (celebrations as well as governing), so the fushin performed there was called "jisha fushin."
  233. Also, increase in faith on Hokke-kyo Sutra mainly by Imperial court and nobility caused the wide-spread creation of the statues of Fugen Bosatsu which were supposed to protect the believers of Hokke-kyo Sutra.
  234. Also, influenced by these trends, the education of Confucianism in Daigaku-ryo was regarded as a kind of 'technique' for the management of administrative jobs, and Daigaku-ryo came to be considered an institution where middle and low ranking nobles made a name for themselves.
  235. Also, influential local ruling clans in other areas were allowed to call themselves Omi.
  236. Also, initially Kanpeisha was only permitted to use the (Imperial) crest of the chrysannthemum for decoration of the main building of shrine, but Kokuheisha was also permitted to use it in 1874.
  237. Also, inspection of yakuryo (inspection of the temple premises conducted by a responsible monk) is said to be conducted at times other than midnight in order not to meet Ejo.
  238. Also, instant roux blocks are available.
  239. Also, it allowed the use of private seals, which is believed to have spread widely from the middle of the Heian period by officially stipulating the rule to limit the size of seals to 1.5 square sun.
  240. Also, it became common that Shinto shrines prayed for the coming of powerful gods from Inari-jinja Shrine or Hachiman-gu Shrine to be their Shushin (shushin).
  241. Also, it can be found at some restaurants at Otsu Biwako Keirin Velodrome.
  242. Also, it can be seen that the regions between Tohoku and southern Kyushu rapidly consolidated and became politically unified after the time of King Ohodo.
  243. Also, it contains an idea that the existence of stone walls is supreme.
  244. Also, it contains many descriptions of the Jisho-Juei War in that period, and it became a basic historical material of the era, from the end of Heian period to the beginning of Kamakura period.
  245. Also, it criticizes contemporary trends in society, such as 'basara (extravagance)' and gekokujo (the spirit of 'lower overthrowing the upper').
  246. Also, it developed into the art to be performed by monks skilled in arts.
  247. Also, it easily gets filthy on the basin or around and gives an unclean impression.
  248. Also, it easily splashes when cleaning.
  249. Also, it has become more likely that Hashihaka-kofun Tumulus is the tomb of Himiko.
  250. Also, it has been holding concerts throughout Japan for providing opportunities for students to show the results of daily practice.
  251. Also, it has been passed down that while he initially intended to advance toward Echigo Province where many family members resided, he later made up his mind to attack Kamakura according to the exhortations by his younger brother Yoshisuke WAKIYA.
  252. Also, it has been pointed out that the rules are similar to Shin-mon Chou, on which the pupils of Tennen Rishin-ryu take a pledge.
  253. Also, it has greater stickiness so that it isn't crushed even if highly polished and will easily dissolve in unrefined sake.
  254. Also, it has the Faculty of Theology which is rare in Japan.
  255. Also, it is a custom to use the kanji '荘' instead of '飾' for the word "kazari."
  256. Also, it is a general rule to hang up a picture (hanging scroll) by the pillow depicting Fudo Myoo (Acala, one of the Five Wisdom Kings) sitting on a shitsushitsuza pedestal.
  257. Also, it is a kind of costume for players of gagaku (ancient Japanese court dance and music).
  258. Also, it is a title (title of monarch) or a posthumous title respecting the Emperor and monarch.
  259. Also, it is a well-known mountain with a lot of legends.
  260. Also, it is a yokobue of 45 centimeters in length with six tone holes (eight tone holes in ancient times) that was used for gagaku at the court of Yi dynasty, Korea.
  261. Also, it is assumed that Ishikawa no Okimi was in Otsu City where Omi no miya was located when the war started, by considering the incident described below.
  262. Also, it is believed that the place name Taira originated from the surname of the Taira family.
  263. Also, it is believed that there was a clan which succeeded the family name of Morimasa among the vassals of the Tokugawa family of Owari Domain.
  264. Also, it is called 'Joshu's Mu' ('mu' means nothing).
  265. Also, it is commonly said that a grater made of metal should be avoided because of its incompatibility with wasabi.
  266. Also, it is conjectured that Prince Kurumamochi was modeled after FUJIWARA no Fuhito, and Prince Ishizukuri's model was TAJIHI no Shima.
  267. Also, it is considered that Daigaku-ryo came to use 'XX do' for the name of departments before or after the introduction of the Jogan-shiki Code.
  268. Also, it is considered that the source of Sekkanke power was the continuation of the secure position of the maternal grandfather of the Imperial family by Sekkanke.
  269. Also, it is considered to be a pioneering work of insei literature (literature of retirement).
  270. Also, it is easier to handle since burning is stable.
  271. Also, it is found that he had a career as a civil officer at first.
  272. Also, it is generally understood that FUJIWARA no Sadaie was probably the author of "Matsura-no-miya Monogatari" (The Tale of Matsura Villa).
  273. Also, it is hard to say that there was a clan conflict between the Fujiwara and the Genji because of the facts such as FUJIWARA no Michinaga's wife was MINAMOTO no Rinshi, and such conflicts were within the scope of individual hostility; consequently, most people consider that the premise of the questions is wrong.
  274. Also, it is held in Hoju-ji Temple (Kyoto City), Higashiyama (Kyoto Prefecture) and Sanzenin Temple in Ohara.
  275. Also, it is how a retainer would call himself.
  276. Also, it is important that the demand for the consumption goods in question is always ubiquitously high, and it is more desirable that they are is "daily necessities."
  277. Also, it is important to note that Fukuzawa never used the word "Datsu-A Nyu-O" (Leave Asia, Enter Europe).
  278. Also, it is important whether the object of monopoly is within or without the region.
  279. Also, it is known as Oie School (literally, the family style) because Emperor Fushimi, the father of Cloistered Imperial Prince Sonen, said when looking at the calligraphy, 'this shall be the style of your family lineage.'
  280. Also, it is known that compared with the volumes compiled before and after the book, it contained more Waka/Yamatouta poems than the other volumes of Rikkokushi.
  281. Also, it is not classified according to its contents.
  282. Also, it is not considered as a festival for children.
  283. Also, it is not necessary to clean the gun barrel and pan so often; it needs to be cleaned only after abnormalties are found such as difficulty inserting a lead ball.
  284. Also, it is not that the relationship between temples and "danotsu" (supporters of a Buddhist temple), who set up those private temples, was completely severed after the designation of temples as jogakuji.
  285. Also, it is not the handwriting of Nikko, either, and I hear that it is similar to the handwriting of a person called Kurodo Ajari Nichidai.
  286. Also, it is often used in costumes for rent at present.
  287. Also, it is pointed out that, although shakubuku and shoju are said to be opposite techniques, both of them are absolutely inseparable Homon (dharma-gates) for the conversion to Buddhism (for having the teachings of Buddhism understood).
  288. Also, it is possible to make an onsen egg using a paper drip type coffee machine.
  289. Also, it is presented at Dewasanzan-jinja Shrine on top of Mt. Haguro on July 15, and at Shonai-jinja Shrine in the site of Tsurugaoka-jo Castle on August 15.
  290. Also, it is recorded that when the army of the Kamakura bakufu came across the Yodo River, he guided the army into Kyoto.
  291. Also, it is said that FUJIWARA no Kamatari was taught on "Shueki" (Classic of Changes) by the monk Min just before the Taika Reforms, and also attended the private school of MINABUCHI no Shoan, bringing the Emperor Tenchi along with him.
  292. Also, it is said that Kamiyama (a mountain where god exists) at the back of the shrine is 'Kamitachi,' the very place where the god manifested itself.
  293. Also, it is said that Mitsunaka's memorial tower in Koyasan Mountain Oku-no-in Temple was erected by Nakamitsu.
  294. Also, it is said that Sogon gathered a lot of donations.
  295. Also, it is said that Tsunemori WADA and his brother Yoshihide ASAHINA had a sumo match to allow the winner to obtain an Oshu (Mutsu Province) horse.
  296. Also, it is said that Yodo regretted about being deprived of obtaining real power in the new government from the Satsuma and Choshu Domains, due to the lack of anyone that was able to stand against them, which was a direct result of his assassinating Zuizan TAKECHI.
  297. Also, it is said that another 'Umibozu' called 'Irikame nyudo' which has a turtle-like body and a human-like bald head appears in Wakasa Bay.
  298. Also, it is said that during the oppression of Christianity during the early Edo period, the Otsu-e were used as a perfect guise to say that 'I am a Buddhist.'
  299. Also, it is said that during this period increased security personnel were mobilized.
  300. Also, it is said that he built and lived in the Shihonmatsu-jo Castle (Nihonmatsu City, Fukushima Prefecture) in the same district; however, the truth is not known and even the location of 藤谷庄 is still unknown.
  301. Also, it is said that he was cut down from behind by Tsunesaburo MIURA when he understood Nagakura's intention and tried to leave.
  302. Also, it is said that he was nicknamed 'the bicycle doctor' because he traveled nationwide and overseas for his studies by bicycle, which was rare at that time.
  303. Also, it is said that he was the biological child of Yoshitsugu and became an adopted child of Mitsuuji.
  304. Also, it is said that only unmarried women can tuck in obiage in a manner which forms the character 入 when viewed from front (called "irikumi").
  305. Also, it is said that the Imperial Court aided temples with a portion of rice for the Emperor so that temples could maintain a jogaku.
  306. Also, it is said that the clan had an idea to use the Edo-jo Castle as a 'castle in retirement' to administer the political affairs there to ensure the rule over the region, but considering Ujimasa continued residing in Odawara, the plan seemed to have failed.
  307. Also, it is said that the compilation of the book was conducted in response to a request from FUJIWARA no Sanesuke of Ononomiya lineage, Minister of the Right.
  308. Also, it is said that the fragrance of chrysanthemums picked on the Double Ninth Day and placed inside a pillow known as a 'Kiku-makura' (lit. chrysanthemum pillow) can grant longevity.
  309. Also, it is said that the name the Prince Oama (大海人皇子) doesn't include the Chinese character (凡), because they avoided his name to be Imina (personal name).
  310. Also, it is said that under these circumstances, official discipline of retainers of the domain became overly relaxed.
  311. Also, it is said that when Emperor Gomomozono passed away in 1779, Uchisaki, together with the retired Emperor Gosakuramachi, tried to select the heir apparent from the Fushiminomiya Imperial family.
  312. Also, it is said to have a meaning of 'the Emperor who passed away and never returns'.
  313. Also, it is said to have been a factor, which Tamura lost Shuei's trust when he asked Karigane, five dan, finishing their match in a jigo (drawn match) in the commemoration of his promotion to seven dan (in 1905) was revealed from the kifu (record of a game of go, shogi, chess, etc.).
  314. Also, it is sometimes called "Hachiman Gudo-kin" based on the title of the book compiled in the early Edo period.
  315. Also, it is sometimes used for coating Japanese confectionery and for moisturization.
  316. Also, it is sometimes used in modern kagura (sacred music and dancing performed at shrines).
  317. Also, it is the mountain where Enryaku-ji Temple's Thousand-Day Circumambulation Practice is done, including a pilgrimage to the shrines at the peak of Mt. Hiei, and to Hiyoshi Taisha Shrine at its foot.
  318. Also, it is the only relic that gives a true picture of "shoso" in the Nara period, so it is an extremely important part of architectural history.
  319. Also, it is thought that a draft of the Shinkokushi was used as a source when the "Nihon Kiryaku" (The Abstracted Records of Japan) was written.
  320. Also, it is thought that it independently traded with foreign countries such as the Northern Song Dynasty and Enkaishu (Russian Maritime Provinces).
  321. Also, it is thought that the reason why FUJIWARA no Nakamaro promoted ISHIKAWA no Toshitari was because he was Shoshi's blood relative.
  322. Also, it is used in marinated leaf bud, 'kinome miso' (miso mixed with leaf bud) and 'kinomedaki' (boiled leaf bud with soy sauce) of tsukudani (food boiled in sweetened soy sauce).
  323. Also, it is very difficult to judge how true is the intention of a member of the Imperial family, who can easily be guessed to have many things which he cannot, in his position, divulge to another person even if he wanted to.
  324. Also, it is written as '醸造適正' (appropriateness for brewing) or '酒造適性' (aptitude for brewing sake).
  325. Also, it is written that there were strange things happening: from the night before through the night of the death of Enku, many people had dreams about Enku going west followed by many monks.
  326. Also, it later indicated the ceremony and event of entertaining guests with food.
  327. Also, it may have the effect of fertilizing the newly sprouting grass by reducing the accumulation of organic substances and turning them into inorganic salts.
  328. Also, it refers to peddlers who use performances to attract customers, then selling goods or charging for the street performance itself.
  329. Also, it refers to young men before genpuku (coming of age).
  330. Also, it remains even unclear that he died in Musashi Province or in Bicchu Province; there is no report of his death.
  331. Also, it runs east to Daigodo (Shibuya Daigodo Crossing) on the Yamashina side, but changes course to the north and combines with Tokaido at Gojo wakare.
  332. Also, it seems to have been valued highly as preserved food or pickled vegetables for the upper class.
  333. Also, it served as estimation standard to determine social status of daimyo and hatamoto, or military service to be borne such as tetsudai-fushin (construction service which the cost was borne by each domain) or sankinkotai.
  334. Also, it should be noted that descriptions of rain and moon are used a lot as omens for unnatural phenomenon in the story.
  335. Also, it sometimes contains different names for the chapters and explanations for the parallel chapters.
  336. Also, it stated that the land area to be returned would be decided 'referring to public opinion', that is to say, through discussion at lords conference.
  337. Also, it stated the surprising condition where the application to place shugo and jito was meant to request the permission to collect annual land tax of the districts and to have rights including the right to manage the land.
  338. Also, it states that some research revealed that there had been damages by mining pollution in 1821, although due to pressure at that time no written record exists.
  339. Also, it was a period in which Tenpyo culture (centered around the capital at Heijokyo and the nobles) flourished.
  340. Also, it was a place of utamakura (a place famed in classical Japanese poetry) in ancient times.
  341. Also, it was around the time that his unique painting style also known as Shinsen style started to form, and this became the foundation of his soaring post-war career.
  342. Also, it was called niebito who were obligated to pay offerings, but it was indecisive whether the cho was exempted indiscriminately or not by paying offerings.
  343. Also, it was common that the local lord rewarded the people who had borne statute labor with sake and a big meal.
  344. Also, it was commonly known and referred to as "goryo," "goryosho," or "kogi goryo."
  345. Also, it was considered that the water of Shinsen-en Temple inside Heian-kyo was drawn from Toba.
  346. Also, it was decided that the suffix '-do,' which was adopted by other Japanese martial arts, would be added to karate, with 'karate-jutsu' being changed to 'karate-do.'
  347. Also, it was military aristocrats' custom that when they were transferred to local areas as zuryo they reinforced their relationship with locally powerful individuals.
  348. Also, it was only after the Sengoku period (period of warring states) that the society began showing its attitude of giving a chance to anyone to rule the tenka as long as they had the will to do so.
  349. Also, it was regarded as "the first samurai government in Japan," but now it is seen as the one following Taira clan government.
  350. Also, it was said 'in many cases they wore a short sleeved Kesa (shawl-like robe worn by Japanese monks) over the shoulders, wore a Fukaamigasa (open weave basket-like hat that obscured the face) and bore a sword.'
  351. Also, it was the last collection selected by the Nijo family.
  352. Also, it was the only one exempted from danso (indictment for illegal activities) by the danjodai (Board of Censors).
  353. Also, it's porous and can easily absorb odor, so attention is required in preserving it.
  354. Also, its first antenna (thin antenna) has seven horizontal stripes.
  355. Also, its steam dome was moved to the front part.
  356. Also, jurisdiction of shoryo soron, which was given to both the nation and gun up to then, was centralized to Dajokan from the mid-11th century.
  357. Also, just after Ogai returned to Japan, the German woman who had been there for about one month (September 12 - October 17) had to suddenly leave, and this incident was used as material for his novel "Maihime" (The Dancing Girl).
  358. Also, just after the appointment, on June 11, 774, he was ordered to transfer to an assistant governor of Shimotsuke Province.
  359. Also, kabunakama had a role to guarantee the recovery of debts and performance of contracts by sharing the information of brokers who committed an injustice like default in payment and imposing disciplinary actions such as suspension of trading among the group.
  360. Also, kakushi nenbutsu is quite different from "kakure kirishitan" (crypto-Christian), a group who secretly believed in Christianity in Japan during the Edo period.
  361. Also, karita-rozeki can be written in the following Chinese characters: (苅田狼藉)
  362. Also, kati, a unit originated from the English word catty, is used in Southeast Asia.
  363. Also, kojakin which are already moistened like wet tissues are sold under the names of 'shimeshi kojakin' (literally, 'moistened kojakin') and 'nure kojakin' (literally, 'wet kojakin').
  364. Also, kokudachi is the first step of a series of spiritual practices to become a Sokushinbutsu (Buddhist monks or priests who allegedly caused their own deaths in a way that resulted in their being mummified), the procedures called 'Nyujo.'
  365. Also, kokyu came to be added to the ensemble, and then performing concerts using these three instruments became common.
  366. Also, kuji that had been supposed to be paid with labor came to be load corresponding to financial power such as zaikebetsu or tanbetsu, and an imposition demanding money called daisenno or kujisen also began to be applied.
  367. Also, land stewards were chosen from among retainers living in areas around the castle, including high ranking retainers who had large private estates (called "isshomochi") as well as low ranking retainers called "ichidai koban" (non-hereditary lackeys and servants who were appointed as officials with incomes to support 10 persons or more).
  368. Also, large temples that had stood in Asuka were relocated one by one in Heijo-kyo.
  369. Also, legend has it that he could handle his drink and was apparently also said to be a heavy drinker.
  370. Also, less attention is being paid to its original meaning.
  371. Also, like Kotofurunushi, the design of Yarikecho and Koinryo are considered to have motifs from the specters introduced in "Hyakki yagyo emaki" (picture scroll of Hyakki yagyo) of Muromachi Period, but only Zenfusho is Sekien's originality.
  372. Also, like Yoshiwara in Tokyo, some of the former prostitute streets became areas in which brothels where one can bathe with the prostitutes and adult-entertainment business are concentrated and provide prostitution services as if they were officially approved prostitute areas.
  373. Also, like shuzo tekiseimai, it is used in large quantities even today.
  374. Also, local people call this area Takatsunahara (literally, field of Takatsuna) after Takatsuna's name, and there are a school named Takatsuna Junior High School.
  375. Also, lots of women, boys and girls dressed as princesses, koshimoto (chamber maids), townspeople and street performers take part in the festival.
  376. Also, machines in the shape of animals that live in the arctic regions such as penguins or polar bears are on the market.
  377. Also, making use of its properties, it was used as 'an oil filter' and 'a lacquer filter' and was famous all over Japan.
  378. Also, many different manuscripts exist.
  379. Also, many families of karo (chief retainer of daimyo, Japanese territorial lord) of taihan (large scale domains) received the title of Baron as a reward for their outstanding contribution to the country during the Meiji Restoration.
  380. Also, many famous people died by such diseases as pulmonary tuberculosis, which had been incurable at that time, as well as incidents resulting from the popular trend in free love.
  381. Also, many great performers who were trained in the Hosho school's performance appeared; for example, Nagashi MATSUMOTO, Kanesuke NOGUCHI, Kenzo KONDO, and Susumu TAKAHASHI.
  382. Also, many monks gathered around Sogon, who put his heart and soul into praying to Amida Buddha.
  383. Also, many monuments, mounds and memorial towers, such as hocho-zuka (mound of kitchen knives), ningyo-zuka (mound of dolls) and dogu-zuka (mound of tools), were constructed at various places in Japan in order to assuage the anger of Tsukumogami.
  384. Also, many of musical accompaniment for gigaku were adopted to the repertoire of gagaku (the court music of ancient Japan) and lasted long.
  385. Also, many of the Magaibutsu (Buddha statues in cliffs and rocks) that still exist in Kunisaki peninsula, including Kumano Magaibutsu, are said to have been created by Ninmon.
  386. Also, many ordinary people paint or draw and publish derivative works (such as cartoons) and their original illustrations, as part of their hobbies or club activities.
  387. Also, many other tales about Semimaru appeared in "Konjaku Monogatari shu " and "Heike Monogatari" (The Tale of the Heike).
  388. Also, many persons understand that it was a coup d'?tat or a reaction (antirevolutionary act -revolution) against Nobunaga's radical behavior to change traditional society of Japan (such as oppression of Buddhism).
  389. Also, many pieces of music in which varieties of traditional Japanese instruments are played in concert were created by other persons than Soh musicians, such as Kasho MACHIDA and Takayama TAKAMORI etc.
  390. Also, many temples feature chigogyoretsu (children's parade).
  391. Also, many traces of additions and revisions can be recognized in most volumes but the contents mostly seem to be based on the 'Kawachibon' line.
  392. Also, many universities formerly belonged to a specific school, but now have parted from it.
  393. Also, many works were written using a style that mixed Japanese and Chinese words, which can be said to be the direct predecessor of the modern Japanese language.
  394. Also, markets were opened in various places, monitored by officers called Tai.
  395. Also, marriage was not allowed until reaching banto status in many cases.
  396. Also, masters of Nippon Kenpo (a Japanese martial art) regard aiuch as an important factor (as one of mental attitudes).
  397. Also, members of the Imperial family that were military officers were assigned a military attach? to the palace (officer below the rank of major).
  398. Also, members were placed called houbun to take the leadership of each field, still they were put in the state of having no voice against the center.
  399. Also, members who escaped from Shinsen-gumi were made to conduct hara-kiri or were killed with a sword and [their bodies] exhibited as warning to others.
  400. Also, metal ware such as coins, mirrors, accouterments of swords, and tacks were unearthed.
  401. Also, mikan is rich in vitamin A, citric acid, and dietary fiber.
  402. Also, military power started to be decentralized, such events such as the regent's house taking the militarily powerful Seiwa-Genji (Minamoto clan) into its service, while the official military force grew weaker.
  403. Also, more creativity-conscious books than historical facts, such as "Zoku Urashima Den" (Sequel of the folklore, Taro Urashima [Rip van Winkle]) of unknown authorship, appeared, which influenced the subsequent narrative literature.
  404. Also, more moderate picture was referred to as abunae (lit. a dangerous picture)
  405. Also, morogake originally comes from ishagake (a yugake glove for yabusame shooting on horseback) and has no hikae.
  406. Also, most shops and facilities were closed on that day.
  407. Also, mutation of cherry blossoms of a twig is sometimes seen in Yamazakura and others, and the cutting is planted or grafted as a new variety.
  408. Also, natto is regularly sold in supermarkets, so the consumed amount is impressive.
  409. Also, new plum groves were planted in various places around Tsukigase Village.
  410. Also, no classical literature mentioned 'Shinenho' other than the manuscript possessed by The Kyoto University Library.
  411. Also, no records about his activities in the Goryoeji exist.
  412. Also, no spice or sugar is basically added.
  413. Also, no spice, sugar or water is basically added.
  414. Also, no superior trains like the Limited Express arrive at or depart from the station in spite of the fact that it is a terminal station of the JR line located in the prefectural capital.
  415. Also, not belonging to the Saionji family, Tsuneaki was one of the descendants of Tsunefusa YOSHIDA, the first Kanto moshitsugi.
  416. Also, not only Chinese-style temples such as those described above were constructed in China, but also grottoes modeled on the Indian-style garan.
  417. Also, note that men who offered similar religious services were referred to as 巫.
  418. Also, note that shrines are allowed to recruit miko by specifying "female only," since the Equal Employment Opportunity Law does not apply to the profession.
  419. Also, note that some miko capable of performing kagura (Shinto dance and music) and teaching other miko continue to work even after they marry due to the need to pass on their knowledge and expertise to the younger generations.
  420. Also, notes are added for each utensil but they are often interrupted with the word 'kuden' (oral instruction), suggesting that the secrets were inducted in exchange for money.
  421. Also, nothing is painted in the background, to show the state of emptiness.
  422. Also, nowadays many young people become toji, motivated by their passion that they want to support the declining sake culture, not by the image of success in life that young people used to have in the past.
  423. Also, occupying a significant position in the divine procession, and not performing arts, Hitotsunomono was interpreted as a yorishiro.
  424. Also, offerings were arranged for formalities of individuals who died on the battlefield; for commanders, offerings of kelp and sake were prepared.
  425. Also, okara is rich in phosphatidylcholine (or lecithin) which enhances memory.
  426. Also, okowa without meat was preferred by Buddhist priests as shojin-ryori (vegetarian cuisine originally derived from the dietary restrictions of Buddhist priests).
  427. Also, omote-daka of the head family did not change even when the samurai status of the branch family was changed due to succeeding the head family and its territory was returned to it.
  428. Also, on February 22, 1582, when Kanemi YOSHIDA visited Sakamoto-jo Castle, he had some tea in 'sho-tenshu' (small turret).
  429. Also, on May 27, 1905 he ambushed the Russian Baltic Fleet (Russian second and third Pacific Squadrons and the flagship Knyaz Suvorov) that were commanded by Admiral Zinovy ROZHESTVENSKY who had sailed from Europe to the Far East.
  430. Also, on October of the same year, he assumed the position of Shikibu no taifu (Senior Assistant Minister of the Ministry of Ceremonial) which was a position successively given to the Sugawara family as well as Monjohakase and Daigaku no kami.
  431. Also, on Sadogashima Island (Sado City, Nigata Prefecture) there is a mysterious happening called "Yama Kagura," where music like Kagura is heard from the mountain; this is considered to be a trick of the Tengu.
  432. Also, on September 19, it was ordered to reinforce troops and enhance armaments.
  433. Also, on his way from Tatsuta to Takayasu County in Kawachi Province, one theory claims that he went through Ogata, Kashiwara City, Osaka Prefecture, and another claims that he went over the Jusan-toge Pass in Heguri-cho.
  434. Also, on one of many family trees, he was described as 'the child (the third son) of Ienaga, Honjo Sanzaemon Tokiie.'
  435. Also, on some Sundays of October and November 2003 (four days in total) soon after the drastic timetable revision made in September 2003, the operation was undertaken with a 'special timetable for holidays.'
  436. Also, on the "Middle" 1/25,000 topographical maps published by Geographical Survey Institute, modified in 1979, the symbol shown on it as "special tramline" until the version published in May 1981 was modified in 1991, then on the version published in May 1992, it is shown as the symbol of "footpath".
  437. Also, on the Hyonokoe pass there used to be Inaba-do Hall, and it was known to have enshrined a white hare.
  438. Also, on the morning of the day prior to the ceremony another ceremony whereby a horse contributed by the officers and men of the imperial guard was taken to the Osaka no seki (the Osaka Barrier) in a ceremony called the Komamukae ('Horse Welcoming').
  439. Also, on the occasion of the birth of the first son of Tokiyori (later Tokimune HOJO), Ryuben prayed and he was given a shoryo (territory) as a reward.
  440. Also, on the premise that we start one-to-one fighting by signal, whatever the rules of game are (even without banned skills or techniques), it's difficult for us to acquire the skills that include surprise moves, hidden weapons and so on.
  441. Also, on the same day, he received the Order of the Golden Kite in the 3rd class.
  442. Also, on the side of Yoshiharu ASHIKAGA he fought with warlords dispatching troops.
  443. Also, on the signs indicating the direction of the trains, 'Kyoto (Kawaramachi)' is written, but this 'Kyoto' doesn't refer to Kyoto Station or Kyoto City but to Rakuchu, i.e., the inner area of the former Heian-kyo (capital of Japan in the Heian period).
  444. Also, on top of his wins, he battled against the Ashikaga army in the Battle of Tatarahama.
  445. Also, on weekdays women-only cars are designated only in the trains of Series 6300.
  446. Also, one can readily see the peculiar tea canister-shaped mailbox, which was installed in 2001 to commemorate Uji City's fiftieth anniversary of becoming a municipality to attract the attention of tourists pouring out of the station.
  447. Also, one commercial for the Tokyo Gas Company, Limited, used this misunderstanding, and as a joke the actress Wakana SAKAI appeared as a 'female Imoko' as a joke.
  448. Also, one of his descendents, Seizo MIYAGAWA, became the ninth head of the Tennenrishin-ryu school fencing originator family (Isami KONDO was the fourth head).
  449. Also, one or both member(s) of some comedians and manzai-shi duos sometimes wear unusual costumes in order to represent their unique characters or trademark (Yoshichi SHIMADA of BB in their younger days, Taka of Taka and Toshi, etc.).
  450. Also, one purpose is to change the color from golden color to colorless transparent status as much as possible.
  451. Also, one study indicates that, after his death, Yoshitada's sons were fostered in the house of TAIRA no Tadamori as his wife was Tadamori's older sister.
  452. Also, one theory has it that Muto-shin is related to Takuto-tenno, a deity of Taoism syncretized with Bishamonten by Risei, Li Jing (571 - 649), a warlord in Tang Dynasty.
  453. Also, only a tiny number of poems written the female poets were selected.
  454. Also, other applications include katsu-curry udon (Japanese wheat noodle) in which the base (rice) is replaced by udon.
  455. Also, other than Sekkan families, Moushitsugi was placed at Monzeki (temples formerly led by founder of sect, temples in which resided a member of nobility or imperial family) and Gozan (Zen temples highly ranked by the government).
  456. Also, other types of pot dishes such as when grated radish is added to finish up Yosenabe (pot of chicken, seafood and vegetables) are called "mizore nabe" as well.
  457. Also, others suggest that Hitachi-nyudo Nensai is in fact Tomomune DATE based on the time period in which they both lived and their family trees.
  458. Also, pawns and knights can be placed on the last row.
  459. Also, peasants who were not able to pay Nengu (annual taxes) due to sickness or disaster removed from the Ninbetsu-cho (ledgers of names of villagers of each village) and flowed into towns.
  460. Also, people could be overtaken by strong emotions such as wraiths and yasha (demons), and there are 'kitsunetsuki' (possessed by a fox spirit), who are people possessed by yokai.
  461. Also, people didn't use the terms "kansetsu-taku" (indirect rubbing) and "chokusetsu-taku"(direct rubbing), and the term "takuhon" (a rubbing) referred to a copy made in an indirect way, while any copies made in a direct way were called insatsu (printing), hanga (block prints), or oin (putting a seal).
  462. Also, people of Silla came over.
  463. Also, people sometimes make their mato by putting various things such as kaishi (Japanese tissue), a shoe, a leaf, earthenware, and a short sward between two sticks, and such mato are called 'hasamimono.'
  464. Also, people such as TAIRA no Iehiro and TAIRA no Tadamasa come to him.
  465. Also, people who cannot speak cannot conduct 'Shomyo' (Invocation of the Buddha's Name), but they can conduct jogyo, thanking Buddha and his virtue.
  466. Also, people who were selected as Karo despite their family status having been lower for generations, were called "Ichidai-garo" (first-generation Karo).
  467. Also, people who were successful within the new Meiji government were nearly all Joshi, such as Goto and Itagaki.
  468. Also, persons who were recommended by influential persons were often nominated.
  469. Also, perspective which Kuniyoshi learned from Western painting is used in his another piece, "Chushingura Juichi-danme Youchi no Zu"; although he used perspective immaturely in this work, he succeeded in giving a depth and a sense of tension to the piece.
  470. Also, players can produce all four kinds of tones while not putting on yubikawa (fingertip) in principle.
  471. Also, please refer to the descriptions on some characteristic Setsubun-sai (setsubun festivals) and Setsubun-e (setsubun ceremonies).
  472. Also, prayers that he held after becoming aware that a monk from Tang Dynasty China was suffering from a chest complaint led to his full recovery).
  473. Also, presiding as the seventh Shogun, Imperial Prince Koreyasu was the first prince to be made Shogun without an imperial edict however, subsequently in actuality he became a member of the royal family that was subject to the state and took the Minamoto clan of Koreyasu MINAMOTO.
  474. Also, prices have skyrocketed as the modern era arrived, with Toro selling at more than double the value of lean meat currently.
  475. Also, private Tokuseirei was issued by uprising forces and local powers.
  476. Also, production of cotton became popular in this period.
  477. Also, products designed to look like kacho-fugetsu (beauties of nature), daily utensils such as a rice bag and uchiwa, vegetables and small animals were produced by the same technique with hirate-kanzashi, also called kazari kanzashi (decoration kanzashi).
  478. Also, products of polyester have been on the market lately.
  479. Also, province names, such as 'Sanuki' and 'Hitachi,' can be seen on the back of the masks, which suggests they were came from rural areas.
  480. Also, provinces were classified into ongoku (far countries), chugoku (middle countries), kingoku (near countries) in accordance with the distance from Kyoto.
  481. Also, pufferfish have an outer skin with spines and the process to remove these spines from the skin is called 'kawamuki.'
  482. Also, rapid trains, departing and arriving at Nara Station, also stop at Narayama Station, unlike rapid trains on the Nara Line.
  483. Also, received an encouragement prize in the National Arts Festival of the Agency for Cultural Affairs for his role as Masahide HIRATE in "Wakaki hi no Nobunaga" (Nobunaga in his young days).
  484. Also, recent Kinai region theory tends to see archaeological findings as more certain than interpretations of 'Gishiwajinden,' which easily fall into barren controversies.
  485. Also, recent advance of Japanese cuisine overseas is gaining foreigners' understanding of Japanese table manners.
  486. Also, recently alternative Dorayaki are also made called 'Nama-Dora.'
  487. Also, recipes in which dishes from a range of countries are adapted for curry can often be found on the Internet.
  488. Also, regarding his lover Oume, it is described that she was deserted by the owner of Hishi-ya Store, became reckless, and ended up in bed with SERIZAWA at that hour [that he was assassinated].
  489. Also, relations between bureaucrats of Japan and Korea became tense in Busan Metropolitan City.
  490. Also, relationship between the Koremune clan and Sekkan-ke (families which produced the Regent and the Chief Adviser to the Emperor) must also be considered from the facts that Kagoshima was in Shimazu-no-sho estate (a private estate of the Konoe family that was a Sekkan-ke) and that Yasutomo was Tonai udoneri appointed by the Fujiwara clan.
  491. Also, remains of a chumon (an inner gate) with a base mound were found at the south of the octagonal tower, along with remains of a cloister facing south and mud walls with a roof surrounding the tower at the east and the west.
  492. Also, reproduction instruments are on display at Shuri-jo Castle park.
  493. Also, resumed were services on Line 27 during the daytime (between 10:00 and 16:00) although only three services with two hour intervals.
  494. Also, rice cakes which are cut up into quite small pieces are used as an ingredient in ochazuke (rice with green tea).
  495. Also, right after Yoritomo took up arms and before entering Kamakura, there were some vassals like Hirokazu KAZUSANOSUKE and Tsunetane CHIBA who led a large brigade of bushi from Boso and were to have very different fates later.
  496. Also, rivers running in this basin such as Saho-gawa River and Tomio-gawa River meet Yamato-gawa River and flow westward into Osaka Bay.
  497. Also, see the article of 'Backgammon' as a reference of 'board Sugoroku' (盤双六, 双六).
  498. Also, selecting ministers for the Cabinet is done on taian days.
  499. Also, separately from the collection and classifications of materials by the NDL for services for the general public, the Research Bureau gathers and classifies materials so that the latest information can be used to assist the legislative activities.
  500. Also, several cemeteries are believed to be hers.
  501. Also, she adopted MINAMOTO no Kanetada's daughter, who was Kaneie's former wife.
  502. Also, she did not come down to the garden at the Shinto ceremony held on New Year's Day in which the Emperor pays respect to the deities in all quarters, although a seat was arranged for her, she did not in fact sit on it.
  503. Also, she did not enter priesthood and remained single all her life.
  504. Also, she is said to have nurtured abondoned children.
  505. Also, she picked KIBI no Makibi, lower-ranking government official, for Udaijin (minister of the right) to balance with Sadaijin (minister of the left) FUJIWARA no Nagate.
  506. Also, she seemed to be extremely short sighted.
  507. Also, she was recognized by a sculptor, Fran?ois-Auguste-Ren? Rodin and became a model for his sculptures.
  508. Also, shigure which changes to snow or fuka when in low temperature is called yuki-shigure in some regions.
  509. Also, shitaji chubun (physical division of land) started to take place as a solution to a conflict between jito and shoen ryoshu over sakuai.
  510. Also, shokubunke has the privilege to train professionals by its own system.
  511. Also, shops that sold tea leaves were called as 'hachaya' (tea leaf shops).
  512. Also, shrines in the precincts of East Shrine are described as ones which protect families and lives of Ohoyamakuhi no kami god.
  513. Also, similar situations in companies or groups are sometimes described as insei, but in such cases the further strengthening of power is sought by deciding on a loyal right-hand man or a relative as one's successor.
  514. Also, since Yu GUAN, General of Shu, was from Hai County, Hedong (China), which has 'Hai Lake,' the biggest saltwater lake in China, a legend was transmitted that he was a trafficker of salt, and later this led to the idea that Yu GUAN was 'a god of trade.'
  515. Also, since a riot occurred in Toyama Prefecture coincidentally, some pointed out the direct consequence between the dispatch of troops to Siberia and the rice riot.
  516. Also, since he used the name 'Nagase,' it is thought that he first lived in Nagase village, Aominokoori (present Morikoshi-cho, Okazaki City) and later he moved to Kira Tojo (or Tsuneuji, who is said to have been his son and adopted son of Mitsuuji KIRA, moved to Kira Tojo).
  517. Also, since he was close to the Imperial family since he was very young, he had a strong sense of 'guarding the walls of the Imperial family,' and that eventually became his political direction.
  518. Also, since in Bonzobun (translation of Abhidhamma (ancient Buddhist works)) it is said that shuku is various painful feelings and the body and that shoraku (all kinds of enjoyment) is the basis of happiness, Gokuraku is a place where feeling and body are away from pain and only the basis of happiness exists.
  519. Also, since it is located in a suburban area, it is often used as a site where professional bass anglers are filmed, and often appears on TV, in specialized fishing magazines, and in fishing newspapers.
  520. Also, since sake lees can heighten the taste of each food material and make it mild, kasujiru has the property of being able to heighten the taste of various combinations of food without spoiling it.
  521. Also, since the 1970s the katakana word 'カラテ' (karate) and Romanized word 'KARATE' have often been used, mainly by organizations of full-contact karate.
  522. Also, since the decision to conduct yugisho could put psychological pressure on the litigants, indirectly it helped to achieve an early solution to a problem by having litigants with weak evidence drop the suit voluntarily.
  523. Also, since the government was not in control of the accurate topography of the country, national land planning was not conducted easily either.
  524. Also, since the reaction heat hardly escapes from the piece, the trapped heat accelerates the reaction and takes fire when exceeding the fire point of the oil.
  525. Also, since there are no extra cars for the specialized cars, small cars (with regular bodywork) are used as a substitute when the regular vehicles are being inspected..
  526. Also, since there are sections in the articles on Emperor Sujin in Kojiki which Emperor Sujin may be interpreted as an uncle of Obiko, she may have been cousins with her husband, Emperor Sujin, but it is not clear.
  527. Also, since there is the name of Nichikaku recorded on the family register of deaths in Nishiyama Honmon-ji Temple, it is supposed that both temples had exchanges with each other.
  528. Also, since there were only a few passengers on the 1st or 2nd grade compartments of a night train, it would not have been possible to ask for help when a crime was committed.
  529. Also, since there were various characters, kabuki required a grand scale casts, and was hard to perform since not many were fit to play the role of Kanshojo.
  530. Also, since they were housed in the Hiden-in Temple or Hininshuku, there were regions and groups which undertook a task of taking care of the sick and the disabled.
  531. Also, small form factor vehicles, such as the Hino Rainbow and Hino Melpha are used only for tours which run through narrow parts such as "Nishiyama Sanka."
  532. Also, smoking and cooking were permitted and even kotatsu (table with heater) was installed.
  533. Also, social position was discriminated by the color of inju (a thick string of seal) and the material and shape of the grip.
  534. Also, soft-cover editions that simplified content such as notes, as well as paperback editions, were published by the same publishers.
  535. Also, some Noh music pieces already abolished and some motions already forgotten in the four extant schools, Kanze school, Hosho school, Kongo school, and Konparu school remain.
  536. Also, some are collections of episodes with various characters while others have specific leading figures.
  537. Also, some artists of the Kano school, including Kyosai KAWANABE, started drawing Ukiyoe.
  538. Also, some at the post learned culture in the capital, such as making waka poems and brought it back to their original provinces
  539. Also, some blind people worked in the show business such as zato sumo or became unscrupulous moneylenders because high interest money lending business was officially approved around the Genroku era to help the blind to get money for the promotion of the official court rank.
  540. Also, some coffee shops and tea parlors serve zoni as a light meal.
  541. Also, some considers that, even Shigeharu TSUCHIHASHI, who was a mere dogo in Saiga, Kishu, offered Mitsuhide cooperation to overthrow Nobunaga, it is not strange that the Mori clan knew above Honnoji Incident.
  542. Also, some convenience stores sell onigiri (rice balls) made of okowa in as-is.
  543. Also, some critics point out that the idea that an unarmed person counterattacks weapons such as guns and swords is unrealistic in the first place, and that it is unlikely that the warrior class in the Ryukyu Kingdom practiced karate based on such an unrealistic reason.
  544. Also, some descriptions about him in current fictional works are clearly exaggerated.
  545. Also, some descriptions reflecting the philosophy of ethnic discrimination are seen in this book.
  546. Also, some different ethnic groups were incorporated into Zhou and became major provinces.
  547. Also, some duos have no tsukkomi role and the partner of boke role develops the joke by acting impressed or convinced by it instead of butting in the conversation (subspecies of manzai duo in which both of them play boke roles) (e.g. Shampoo-hat, POISON GIRL BAND, etc.).
  548. Also, some elderly people in Murasakino call it 'Bussen,' which is the abbreviated name for Bukkyo Senmon Gakko (Bukkyo Professional School).
  549. Also, some experts on ancient rites and practices studied komonjo for the study of decorum and established shosatsurei (書札礼, epistolary etiquette).
  550. Also, some five-tiered Tenshu were reconstructed into three-tiered ones, as in the case of Matsuyama-jo Castle (Iyo Province) in Iyo Province.
  551. Also, some groups regard the Korinan in Hoshun-in Temple, which is the Katagiri family temple, as their origin.
  552. Also, some insist that Echizen-manzai (Nootsubo-manzai) originates from the tradition connected to Emperor Keitai about 1500 years ago.
  553. Also, some katsudon (pork cutlet on rice) restaurants have "curry katsudon" on the menu, in which the egg soup for binding the cutlet in katsudon is replaced by curry sauce.
  554. Also, some members of the clan became priests, including Gangyo (Kenzen) who founded Annyo-in Temple in Kamakura (Kamakura City).
  555. Also, some of the disputes were caused by his argumentative nature.
  556. Also, some of the older traditional ryokan with a wooden structure often cannot install additional bath tubs to their guest rooms.
  557. Also, some of the shugo daimyos who had observed the shugoshi funyu rules released by the bakufu came to take measures to deny in public such shugoshi-funyu privilege granted by the bakufu, on the pretext of maintaining their territories.
  558. Also, some of the translations into present-day Japanese or the annotated books differ in the order of the volumes.
  559. Also, some people said that if the government demanded such a thing, they should demand the president of Furukawa Mining who had already participated in the committee to give up his position as the president.
  560. Also, some people say that Rikyu got involved in the political conflict around the instability of the TOYOTOMI administration after the death of Hidenaga TOYOTOMI.
  561. Also, some people say that Yamai (ya・ma・i) is not natural because there were no consecutive vowels in ancient Japanese.
  562. Also, some people say that it is because of the achievement made by his brother Sonjiro BESSHO for the East squad.
  563. Also, some people think that he succeeded his father as the head of the family, but this story is highly unlikely because his father Geni was involved in the Toyotomi government as one of the Gobugyo (Five Major Magistrates) just before Hideyoshi passed away.
  564. Also, some people think that such special zones of Doburoku have problems and some say that the special zones of Doburoku are immature for the following reasons:
  565. Also, some people view Chokushiden as a control measure against the imperial force by Fujiwara clan since Chokushiden was abolished just after the Shotai Incident.
  566. Also, some say that Okura, Setagaya Ward was Yoshihira's place of residence.
  567. Also, some say that in return for the grand feudal lord Satake clan's change of the territory to Akita, they were allowed to own castles in the districts that had been politically unstable.
  568. Also, some says it was Bizen gon no suke).
  569. Also, some sweets are often to be found on the table.
  570. Also, some trains were transferred to Akashi Depot according to individual operations, leaving Takatsuki Depot with only train series 201.
  571. Also, sometimes one of the three main stories are selected and the relevant scenes are performed (example 2).
  572. Also, sometimes several yosemune are combined to form roofs of a complex shape.
  573. Also, sometimes the Chinese characters 円窓 is used for enso, which means 'a window that shows your heart.'
  574. Also, sometimes the fabric used may be not only Mumon-chirimen crepe (having no crest) but also Monisho-chirimen crepe, with ground patterns woven in, or rinzu (a Japanese silk satin damask) or satin.
  575. Also, sometimes the street to the east which runs from Furukawamachi-dori Street to Jingumichi road is called Sanjokitaura-dori Street.
  576. Also, sometimes, torrential rain is caused by a pattern in which unique moisture vapor called moist tongue flows in under above-mentioned conditions or by developed cumulonimbus such as tapering cloud becomes stationary or flows into the same region one after another.
  577. Also, spawned eggs are called kaitoge ("sea wisteria flower") from their shape, and these are soused.
  578. Also, special materials rooms exist for special materials by topics, as well as for materials that are unique among national libraries.
  579. Also, splendid products made of silver for the lower half and copper with gold-encrustation for the visible part, were produced.
  580. Also, starting with Kagemusha, Ishiro HONDA, an old friend of Kurosawa since his assistant director days, joined forces as assistant producer (credited as the chief of production).
  581. Also, steamed glutinous rice without any flavors is called shiramushi.
  582. Also, successive family heads were commonly known as '孫一.'
  583. Also, such as entertainers and sumo wrestlers, gave performances of their skills in lieu of paying for checkpoint passage licenses.
  584. Also, such guests can ask another guest to give them some kaishi.
  585. Also, such projects caused stagnation in construction, the delay of paid-in capital and deteriorating management of existing private railways.
  586. Also, sumi, which has just grinded must not be left on the suzuri.
  587. Also, synthetic costumes being relatively inexpensive, lightweight, and available in children's sizes, the informal costume is worn by most young dancers.
  588. Also, tarako is used as the ingredient of tarako spaghetti (spaghetti with salted cod roe) and when heated, texture of tarako changes.
  589. Also, techniques and production methods.
  590. Also, thanks to its vigorous quality, Aratama is said to contain energy that can create new phenomena and objects that can be linked with its homonym 'Aratama' (also referred to as 'Aramitama') meaning 'new spirits.'
  591. Also, that a hundred years after that, a rumor that EN no Ozuno used Kijin was wide spread is thought as true.
  592. Also, that on August 14 (in the lunar calendar), 1379, during the period of the Northern and Southern Courts, showed an extraordinary development.
  593. Also, that person was known to have a 'secret box.'
  594. Also, the 'Matsuura Takeshiro Memorial Museum' has been built in his birth town of Onoe, Matsuaka City, Mie Prefecture.
  595. Also, the 'Rokuji myogo,' written by Rennyo on paper or silk to use as Honzon, and given to common people, was 'Myogo Honzon.'
  596. Also, the 15th generation Shogun, Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA was removed from the main family home to another residence and Yoshinobuke TOKUGAWA installed, appointed as a Duke and held onto the traditional position.
  597. Also, the 67 articles of Rokkakushi Shikimoku mainly concerned the regulations over civil affairs.
  598. Also, the Bakufu (Tokugawa Shogunate) ordered the Saigoku Daimyo (territorial lords in western Japan) to drastically renovate Kameyama-jo Castle into a new structure of the time under 'Tenka Fushin' (the Bakufu's order of national construction of infrastructure).
  599. Also, the Chemistry Museum at Japan Women's University, Keio University's former library and the Faculty of Science and Engineering at Waseda University were all established with sizeable donations from Denzaburo.
  600. Also, the Christian version of Volume 1 published by the Society of Jesus remains in Monastery of the Escurial in Spain.
  601. Also, the Cosmos Garden opens every fall near the park, and countless beautiful Mexican asters in a wide variety of colors entertain the garden visitors.
  602. Also, the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) implemented 'shichibu tsumikin (70 percent reserve fund)' for the Kansei Reform.
  603. Also, the Emperor appointed Nashime as Lieutenant Colonel in the Imperial Guard and Gori as Commandant in the Imperial Guard.
  604. Also, the Emperor gave approval for FUJIWARA no Kaneie's second daughter, FUJIWARA no Senshi, to enter the Imperial Palace as a consort bride; she gave birth to an only prince, Yasuhito (later called Emperor Ichijo).
  605. Also, the Emperor made a favor of the mother of the empress, FUJIWARA no Kusuko, while he was the crown prince, as a result of which he became the subject of a scandal, so FUJIWARA no Kusuko was ordered to leave the palace by the Emperor's father.
  606. Also, the Emperor's goryochi (an Imperial estate) is sometimes called Kinrigoryo or Koshitsugoryo.
  607. Also, the Empress Dowager (real mother of Emperor Goyozei) Haruko KAJUJI's petition for a lenient disposition reached Shoshidai.
  608. Also, the Fuji family of Zama-ninja Shrine in Osaka is a descendant of 渡辺契, and the shake (family of Shinto priests serving a shrine on a hereditary basis) of Tsuyunoten-jinja Shrine at Sonezaki, Osaka, commonly known as Ohatsu-tenjin, is a descendant of 渡辺薫.
  609. Also, the Hokoshu that Yoshinori established supported and maintained the authority of the shogun until the Meio Coup after the Onin War.
  610. Also, the Ii Family's kokudaka (the Edo system of determining tributes owed based on land value rather than volume of production) was reduced from 350,000 koku to 250,000 koku.
  611. Also, the Imperial Edict for Establishing a Diet was issued.
  612. Also, the Imperial Prince, Munetaka, was sent as Shogun instead of the family eligible for regent positions.
  613. Also, the Institute possesses and exhibits the so-called 'Western studies Library' including valuable Western studies materials possessed by Koan OGATA, Genpaku SUGITA, Tairo ISHIKAWA and Genzui KOISHI.
  614. Also, the Ishibutai-kofun Tumulus is pointed to a possibility that it was a dome-shaped barrow on a square base.
  615. Also, the Japanese were prohibited from going out of the wakan.
  616. Also, the Kara hafu (undulating gable) entrance has been moved from the castle to Renge-ji Temple located at Minakuchi-cho Minakuchi City, so as to be used as the temple's Hondo (main hall) and still remains there.
  617. Also, the Kozokufu is divided into thinner booklets, which are edited depending on each source Emperor (direct ancestral Emperor).
  618. Also, the Kyoto Imperial Palace and Shokoku-ji Temple are located at its north and south sides respectively.
  619. Also, the Miyazuka-kofun Tumulus in Kumagaya City, Saitama Prefecture and the Sannozuka-kofun Tumulus in Kawagoe City, Saitama Prefecture is said to be dome-shaped barrows on square bases according to a survey drawing of the tumuli.
  620. Also, the Muromachi shogunate delegated, on a short-term basis, the post of the military governor of Yamashiro Province to people who already occupied important roles in government such as Samurai-dokoro Shoshi.
  621. Also, the NDL Diet Branch Library, which belongs to the Main Libraries, is located inside the Diet Building.
  622. Also, the NDL is focused on collaboration among libraries as well as international cooperation; it exchanges publications internationally, provides international lending, copying and reference services along with training for foreign librarians who deal with Japanese-language books as part of international cooperation.
  623. Also, the NDL's bibliographic data is registered in the catalogues after it is given a classification number by the National Diet Library Classification (NDLC), a unique classification for the NDL and a headline by the National Diet Library Subject Headings (NDLSH).
  624. Also, the Rokuro UMEWAKA family owed a large debt to the Kujirai family.
  625. Also, the SL Steamliner - pulled by a locomotive being preserved in working conditions for display in the museum - is running on the tracks of the museum site.
  626. Also, the Saba-kaido Marathon, a race that courses along the route of those days (76 km between Obama City and Demachiyanagi, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City) is held each year.
  627. Also, the Sengoku period was a period of of competition for gold mines and silver mines at various places.
  628. Also, the Shira-kawa River (the Yodo-gawa River system) flowing from the mountain pass of Yamanakagoe was so named, meaning a white river, because white sands of weathered granite make the river look white.
  629. Also, the Shogun ordered the steward (kanrei) and hikiuke tonin (chairman of the court justice) to issue a hosho (a document for informing lower-ranking people of the decision of higher-ranking people such as an emperor or shogun), which was equivalent to a shigyojo, to the samurai to whom the content of chokusai was supposed to be conveyed (buke shigyo).
  630. Also, the Shoo school of kokyu music, which was introduced from Owari Province, has been handed down to us in an exclusively specialized form of the ensemble with the Yamada school of koto music.
  631. Also, the Tang Dynasty expanded its territory too much.
  632. Also, the Toyo Bunko Branch Library is a Library Service Department of the Toyo Bunko, which has been designated as a branch of the NDL and placed under the organization of the National Library, deposited by the Toyo Bunko, a library and research institute dedicated to Asian studies.
  633. Also, the Uneme no hireda (rice fields which were kept in one's home province to appropriate the cost to keep maids-in-waiting at the court) was revived.
  634. Also, the additional two Maki are said to have been possessed by Emperor Uda and Emperor Yozei and later incorporated into Chokushimaki.
  635. Also, the adoption of the manuscript except for the manuscripts considered the Aobyoshi-bon were relatively limited.
  636. Also, the affairs which lowered the morale of feudal retainers of the Owari Domain happened one after another; for instance, the 11th lord of the domain Nariharu TOKUGAWA had never entered Owari Province and lived in Edo in his lifetime.
  637. Also, the age of a racehorse was, until recently, calculated according to the traditional Japanese age system.
  638. Also, the agreement to swear the strict observance of the shikimoku was exchanged between Shotei and Yoshisuke, father and son, and 20 vassals.
  639. Also, the akusen was sometimes set to lower price compared to 'Seisen' (refined coins) of good quality, or often refused to be accepted.
  640. Also, the ancient Japanese high-temperature saccharification method in the history of Japanese sake described in "Engi-shiki"(detailed enforcement regulations of the Engi era) is not directly related to the modern Himeii method.
  641. Also, the appointment of Ikai lower than Shorokui (Senior Sixth Rank) was not seen with the obsolescence of Ritsuryo system as the years went by.
  642. Also, the area of square with side length 1 jo was called hojo, which also meant rooms or buildings with that size.
  643. Also, the area surrounding Yoshizaki developed as a temple town dotted with a number of priest housing and believers' lodgings.
  644. Also, the article on Nobuhide (Masakatsu) SAKUMA in Kansei Choshu Shokafu (Genealogies of Vassals in Edo Bakufu) writes the following:
  645. Also, the article on the Emperor Temmu in 683 depicts episodes of a plurality of ango conducted in the imperial court.
  646. Also, the baby born on this occasion was referred to as Fusasaki no Otodo from the name of this bay,' and the inhabitant says, 'Why do you ask such a thing?'
  647. Also, the best size for the potato sets is between 40 and 80g. (Be sure to make them all the same size.)
  648. Also, the book sold in numbers that were only moderate at that time, so it is conjectured that, unlike today, it wasn't necessarily popular or highly evaluated.
  649. Also, the capitalistic financial system was organized, including the foundation of the Bank of Japan in 1882, formerly the National Bank of Japan under the National Bank Act, which dominates the right of issuing currency as the central bank.
  650. Also, the ceiling and kamoi (a generic term for a head jamb, which normally has tracks for sliding doors or partitions) are set low on average out of adequate consideration so that one can feel relaxed or calm when sitting down in this room.
  651. Also, the characteristics of shigin clubs vary from one university to another, for example, Tokyo University Shigin Kenkyu Kai actively researches Chinese poetry and Meiji University Shigin Kenkyu Club has frequent interactions with National Student Shigin League or shigin organizations in Kansai region and so on.
  652. Also, the check-out time is often set rather early in the morning.
  653. Also, the compilers were probably motivated to legitimate the Emperor's family line.
  654. Also, the correct way to do zazen is broadcast on A and available for viewing free.
  655. Also, the current low evaluation of Tsunayoshi's rule is mainly attributable to dramas.
  656. Also, the daughter of Rokujo no Miyasudokoro and the former Crown Prince (later Empress Akikonomu) was appointed as a high priestess.
  657. Also, the day before he left Dresden, he put forward a counterargument to Heinrich Edmund NAUMANN which later caused a dispute in Munich's most famous newspaper.
  658. Also, the demotion transfer merely caused him to quit as a politician and return to the normal priesthood, and should it be true that he had fornicated with a woman, who was not necessarily the Empress, he would have been deprived of his priesthood on the grounds of violating the precepts.
  659. Also, the denomination of the conventional express was changed to rapid express and rapid to express, respectively, and they began making stops at Minami-ibaraki Station as well.
  660. Also, the descendant of Prince Tomohira had a dramatic influence as MURAKAMI Genji (the MINAMOTO clan originating from Emperor Murakami) would in future turn toward politics controlled by the Imperial Palace.
  661. Also, the description of 'Nobuo Sokei' (who always followed Rikyu) found in the caption in the 'Rikyugazo' (picture of Rikyu) (drawn by Tohaku HASEGAWA), which is stored in the fushin-an (a tea room in the residence of the head of Omotesenke (the house of Omotesen), is thought to be Sokei.
  662. Also, the discovery of new historical material like "Katsuyamaki" as well as the publication of historical material made progress, and the Research Society of the Takeda clan was inaugurated in 1987.
  663. Also, the drum is closely linked with Mikoshi portable festival shrines and is in some cases the only drum used.
  664. Also, the each name of 'Uta' varies considerably depending on the area.
  665. Also, the economic development took an important role, as the division of labor was established for the complicated processes among Shitaeshi, Horishi and Surishi.
  666. Also, the eldest daughter of Nobuyoshi got married to Tadanaga, the third son of Hidetada TOKUGAWA, in December 28 of the same year.
  667. Also, the envoy who handed over the shozeicho to Daijokan was particularly called Shozeichoshi.
  668. Also, the event of kagamibiraki carried out by a woman using a kagamimochi offered before a bronze-mirrored dressing table is called a celebration of 'hatsukao (the first face),' and this word is an engo (word associated) with the word 'hatsuka,' meaning the twentieth day.
  669. Also, the events for daytime students such as Oryo-sai and Shibasakura-sai are organized by Gakuyu-kai.
  670. Also, the examination pass rate decreases further for Rokudan and above, which forms a strait gate as approximately 10% for Rokudan, 8% to10% for Shichidan and, in the case of the highest level, Hachidan, only 1%.
  671. Also, the existence of more than 50 diaries in 10 years from September 21, 887 when the Emperor Uda to August 8, 897 were confirmed in itsubun (a composition previously existing but no longer remains) such as "Saikyuki" (record of court practices and usage, written by MINAMOTO no Takaaki) and "Fuso Ryakki (A Brief History of Japan)."
  672. Also, the existence of the Kochi komin system itself has been questioned about.
  673. Also, the fact that his father, Michiie, and his maternal grandfather, Kimitsune SAIONJI, as Kanto moshitsugi (the court official in charge of liaison with the Shogunate), began to exercise authority over the Shogunate and the Imperial Court became a serious problem.
  674. Also, the fact that the 'Gishiwajinden' does not mention rituals, and the fact that not merely three kinds but various ritual utensils were used in each place before the 6th century, can be used to suggest that the above theory is not essential to the Kyushu theory.
  675. Also, the father of Kuin is said to be either 良泰 OGURANOMIYA (a child of Emperor Gokameyama) or a son of a younger brother of Emperor Gokameyama (Goseiin no Miya Tokinari?).
  676. Also, the figure or hardness of a hikae differently influence the Kyudo-shaho hassetsu.
  677. Also, the folkcraft articles whose value was not recognized in those days including Enku-butsu (Buddha statues carved by the Buddhist monk Enku) and Mokujiki-butsu (Buddha statues carved by the Buddhist monk Mokujiki Gogyo Myoman) were not subject to the accreditation.
  678. Also, the following is written in the entries dated November 29 and 30 in 1241.
  679. Also, the former Tokai-do Road that was running though the site before the castle was built was redirected so as to go around the north side.
  680. Also, the former trademark of Sapporo Breweries Ltd. was a red polar star, although the current mark is a gold star, as the company was grown from a brewery started by the Hokkaido Development Commission (Kaitakushi Bakushu Jozojo).
  681. Also, the government Kamakura and the government Edo often banned it.
  682. Also, the government allowed the laws enforced in the inland to be enforced in Taiwan with imperial edicts (In the early colonial period, the former was operated as a general rule, but the latter became a general rule later.
  683. Also, the government had other purposes including that of balancing Satsuma and Choshu by involving KAWAMURA, who was a relative of SAIGO, to prevent those from Satsuma from being upset.
  684. Also, the government set forth the idea of using Emishi in place of Sakimori and the army (of ancient Japan) which had become weak (Daijokanpu [official documents from Daijokan to local governments] on 14 January, 859, "Ruiju sandai kaku [Assorted regulations from Three Reigns]").
  685. Also, the government undertook such workings as developing mines, and established government-owned factories including Tomioka Silk Mill in Gunma prefecture.
  686. Also, the group flag with one kanji character "Makoto" painted on it, is said to have been made by Takashimaya.
  687. Also, the historian Yoshihiko AMINO advocates a concept of shoen koryo sei (The System of Public Lands and Private Estates), focusing on the fact that medieval Japanese society consisted of shoen and koryo.
  688. Also, the historical fact is that Raigo died in1084 and Prince Atsufumi had died in 1077, and so experts are pointing out that Raigo's shiryo (the spirit of a dead person) killing Prince Atsufumi contradicts the historical fact.
  689. Also, the host offers another cup of soup and refills the bowl with miso soup if required.
  690. Also, the imperial mausoleum for the empress was built on the east side of the imperial mausoleum following the ancient Chinese style (Empress Dowager Cixi's 'Teitoryo').
  691. Also, the imperial messenger visited twice the Shogun and it was unavoidable for the bakufu to promise to execute the imperial order (abrogation of the treaty and expulsion of foreigners).
  692. Also, the influence of miracles caused by Buddhist priest Eison's prayers is emphasized in the books.
  693. Also, the insurrection of Masakado itself couldn't gain support of the samurai in Kanto, and the new government collapsed because Masakado died in battle in just 3 months.
  694. Also, the interest in kanin during the Japanese ancient times grew and private seals as well as those of temples and shrines, which were known collectively as 'Yamato old seals,' became a subject of appreciation.
  695. Also, the introduction of the Konin-kyaku was also put in the "Honcho monzui"(Anthology of waka poems and prose written in classical Chinese).
  696. Also, the investment in automatic ticket machine/automatic ticket vending machines would have been too costly.
  697. Also, the juban Go matches between Shokichi WATANABE Rokudan (six dan) of Keiin-sha and Hosai FUJISAWA (six dan) were conducted; ending in the cancellation due to Fujisawa's three successive wins.
  698. Also, the kanzu was called Sanzan Kanryo no miya because they were all from Sanzan Kanryo no miya or were Imperial princes.
  699. Also, the key players of the Meiji Restoration such as Ryoma SAKAMOTO and Kowashi INOUE and a number of later pivotal members of the New Meiji Government visited there.
  700. Also, the kyu and dan rank systems and colored belts systems were introduced, and the exercise system was steadily optimized.
  701. Also, the leading electrical appliance store in sales volume, Yamada Denki Techland Fukuchiyama, and a leading sports shop and mass retailer, HIMARAYA, have their shops on the south side of the station, raising the expectations of all who visit the station.
  702. Also, the lectures at Shoheizaka School (a governmental school), and the appointment examinations of the government officials adopted Neo-Confucianism only.
  703. Also, the mage called 'Katsuyama' which is worn by Maiko (Japanese dancing girls in and around Kyoto) during the fixed period (around July 10 to 24) of Gion Festival is almost in the same shape as this 'fukiwa' except the absence of loose hair.
  704. Also, the magistrate's office at shihaijo which was directly governed by the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) is considered a jinya in some cases.
  705. Also, the master-servant relationship with warriors in the provinces did not grow out of territorial tranfers but of relations with commanding authorities in the military and the police.
  706. Also, the materials are not always raw fish or raw meat and some fues are made by heating the innards of farm animals and mixing them with vegetables.
  707. Also, the meaning of the term Hinin is divided into broad and narrow senses.
  708. Also, the measure to exempt the returnees from a year of labor was taken to encourage voluntary return ('sokan') of those that fled.
  709. Also, the mentality to maintain this school is purer than water.'
  710. Also, the myoden whose myoshu had permanent tenure were called hyakusho-myo (myoden of peasants).
  711. Also, the name sometimes refers to the region on the foot of the mountains.
  712. Also, the names of a handful of seventeenth-century martial artists have been passed on by word of mouth, but there are no clear descriptions of what kinds of martial arts they practiced.
  713. Also, the names of some plants are prefixed by 'Ibuki' such as Ibukireijinso (Aconitum chrysopilum Nakai), Ibukiazami (Cirsum confertissimum var. herbicola), Koibukiazami (Cirsium confertissimum), Ibukijakoso (Thymus quinquecostatus), Ibukitorikabuto (Aconitum japonicum Thunb. var. ibukiense (Nakai) Tamura).
  714. Also, the names of the god and goddess are considered to have originated from the fact that the use of the river mouth depends on the speed of the current.
  715. Also, the new government ordered the Court not to use the tax yields in Ezo for purposes other than land reclamation.
  716. Also, the number of practitioners of shin-karate, where a contestant is allowed to punch the opponent's face with the hands wearing 14-ounce gloves, has dramatically increased in recent years due to the popularity of K-1 tournaments.
  717. Also, the offshoot of the Mochizuki clan which ruled 'Mochizukinomaki', a Maki thought to have been the head of Juroku (one of the Noh drama masks which features a boy) Maki, became Omimochizuki clan, the head of Koga Gojyusanke (Koga 53 families)(Koga ninja families).
  718. Also, the one without jimon and has only patterns woven with enuki was called "karaorimono" after the Kamakura period.
  719. Also, the operation of the branch freight line from Umekoji Station to Kyoto-shijo Station was ended.
  720. Also, the otsuzumi-kata (large hand drum players) performers used to have a school called Ko school (see Itoku school).
  721. Also, the part about 'sealing the ogre under the iron pot' directly relates to the origins of the Narukama Shinji Ritual of Kibitsu-jinja Shrine.
  722. Also, the person who succeeded the second head of the Kichizaemon RAKU family was not the descendant of Chojiro; it was Jokei RAKU, the second son of Sokei.
  723. Also, the petition provides precious material to show how provincial governors controlled their assigned provinces, and the situations of those provinces at that time.
  724. Also, the picture painted in the above situation is called raigo-zu (image of the descent of Amida Buddha).
  725. Also, the play of Suiko represents a king who lost his dignity as he drank, showing the generous hearted criticism.
  726. Also, the population of Shin-yoshiwara was around 10,000.
  727. Also, the position where a contender stands at the start of a match is shown near the center of the match area by white-line tape.
  728. Also, the practice of exporting copper materials and importing copper coins (the Yuan currency) indicates the Japan's special circumstance, the fact that Japan did not have the ability to cast copper into coins at the time.
  729. Also, the principal religious objects within Shinrankai are always 'on loan' from the sect so, objects must be returned if separating from the sect.
  730. Also, the process to produce wine from raw materials, in which glucose is already included, is called tan hakko (single fermentation) since it does not require saccharification but alcoholic fermentation.
  731. Also, the reason for adding walnut is due to the fact that walnut was easily obtained as an ingredient.
  732. Also, the relations with media franchise is being strengthened.
  733. Also, the relationship between Yoritomo and Yoshitsune was strained at the point that Jimoku was made public, so Yoshitsune wasn't factually acknowledged as a gomonyo.
  734. Also, the relationship between Yoshikuni and his uncle, Yoshimitsu, who was expanding his sphere of influence in Hitachi Province in Kanto, was so bad that they fought against each other (some believe that Yoshitada and Yoshikuni had an alliance against their uncle, Yoshimitsu).
  735. Also, the religious activity is gradually gaining acceptance from the Communist Party in China today, and its religious view has started to been restored.
  736. Also, the rokudaka (a stipend) allowed to Takamatsu Domain, a branch domain of Mito, was 120 thousand koku (approx. 21.6 million liters of rice), which was exceptionally high among those granted to the other off-shoots of the Tokugawa family.
  737. Also, the role of this concept of the direct descendant of the Minamoto clan disappeared with the demise of the Edo bakufu and through the process of restructuring the concept of family names based on the modern law of the Civil Code.
  738. Also, the rolling stock of 'Daisen (outbound train) No. 1' was separated from that of 'Nagato.'
  739. Also, the rule defined that not only 位田 (iden, or fields given based on the court rank) and 職分田 (shokubunden, or fields allotted for administrating and managing) but also shiden was also officially seized when an official who had been provided shiden was dismissed from his court rank in any reason.
  740. Also, the score of "Godanginuda koto music" which MITSUZAKI himself had reviewed still remained before the war, but was burnt during the war.
  741. Also, the second female director was Kinuyo TANAKA, and this means that Mizoguchi was closely related to the first and second female directors.
  742. Also, the section between Karasuma-Shichijo-dori Street and Karasuma-Gojo-dori Street belongs to National Highway Route No. 24, and the section between Karasuma-Gojo-dori Street and Karasuma-Kitaoji-dori Street belongs to National Highway Route No. 367.
  743. Also, the section between Keihan Yawata and Kami-Nara operated as Route 76 that turned back on the way, while loop-routes 73 and 73C began running in intervals of 20 minutes, or 20 to 40 minute intervals for Kami-Nara to Nishi Iwata and Kami-Nara to Uchizato sections on the route.
  744. Also, the senior statesmen had opportunities to give their opinions to the Emperor and the Prime Ministers.
  745. Also, the shape of the apron is modified into that of a sash weight in order to round off the apron.
  746. Also, the shell lime can be preserved in a dumpling shape and dissolved before using.
  747. Also, the shrine rankings in the modern system have nothing to do with the shrine rankings in the Engishiki, as they are determined according to the importance and influence of the shrines at the time of ranking.
  748. Also, the single pupil, Shoso became a Jodo sect priest, and is known to have founded the Zojo-ji Temple.
  749. Also, the so-called 'Himiko's mirrors' come from the Later Han Dynasty, from the perspective of the supporters of the Kyushu theory.
  750. Also, the social and ceremonial changes here are often associated with a change to the next Kofun period.
  751. Also, the son of Matehime and Nobuhiro was raised by Matehime as the second son of Nobuhiro.
  752. Also, the son of Mochiharu, Masakuni HOSOKAWA was adopted to Mochitaka HOSOKAWA of the Tenkyu family, and Masakuni succeeded as the second family head.
  753. Also, the standard of imposition was Kokudaka (a system for determining land value for tribute purposes in the Edo period).
  754. Also, the starting time of 1R was put off by 25 minutes and 5R, 6R, 9R, 10R and 11R were held on the dirt instead of the turf course.
  755. Also, the starting time of 1R was put off by an hour and 5R and 7R were held on the dirt course instead of turf course.
  756. Also, the story of Yoshimori marrying Tomoe only appears in the Seisui ki, but it does not appear in "Azuma Kagami" or "Heike Monogatari".
  757. Also, the story was made into a play and a movie by a comic actor Kenichi ENOMOTO
  758. Also, the structure made enemies vulnerable to attack from the side by guns or arrows.
  759. Also, the students from Qing lamented, saying, "India and Okinawa have already been lost countries, being slaves of Britain and Japan.
  760. Also, the subject of Tomonaga's death is portrayed in a shura (fighting) style traditional Japanese Noh play.
  761. Also, the surrounds of the shrine and places where deities reside are enclosed by Shimenawa ropes.
  762. Also, the system of provincial rule by a Shugo Daimyo is called the Shugo-ryogoku system (the system that a Shugo dominates a manor).
  763. Also, the temple estate (estate of Myoko-ji Temple) was recognized and guaranteed by the ninth seii taishogun Yoshihisa ASHIKAGA.
  764. Also, the term 'Genpei Kassen' emphasizes the clans too much and does not explain the complicated relationships within the Minamoto and Taira clans.
  765. Also, the territory distributed by Sadaakira was confiscated.
  766. Also, the theory book of renga handed over from Soboku, contained in the 'Soyo Sankan shu.'
  767. Also, the third part is often divided into the so-called 'Three Quires of Nioumiya,' from 'Niou Hyobukyo' to 'Takekawa,' and the 'Ten Quires of Uji,' from 'Hashi Hime' to 'Yume no Ukihashi.'
  768. Also, the tomb of Gien is located in a field of Kamijuku, Sunomata-cho, Ogaki City, Gifu Prefecture, and has been selected as an important cultural property of the former Sunomata-cho Town.
  769. Also, the train always makes a connection with a local train at Moriguchishi Station.
  770. Also, the train called 'Yakumo' until then was given the new name 'Matsukaze (outbound train) No. 2/(inbound train) No. 1.'
  771. Also, the train timetable was done by an Englishman W. F. Page.
  772. Also, the training institutions in which monks must spend a certain amount of time training before they qualify as a chief priests in Japanese Zen Buddhism are known as senmon so-do (lit. specialist so-do halls).
  773. Also, the two letters of '王賜' were arranged above the letters on the back side.
  774. Also, the university is planning to open a new campus, and purchased the site of the Kyoto Textile Technology Center (approximately 7700 square meters) and is to move in October, 2010.
  775. Also, the usual yearly work must be conducted.
  776. Also, the utilization of railway vehicles were maximized in keeping up with the demand of the local seasonal change.
  777. Also, the variety of small satoimo taro potatoes called Ishikawa-wase, which are in season in the early autumn, is particularly referred to as 'kinukatsugi.'
  778. Also, the vegetables used as ingredients for sukiyaki differ by region, like moyashi (bean sprouts), potato and so forth.
  779. Also, the war was a remote cause of the Hongan-ji Temple power split in the Edo period.
  780. Also, the whereabouts of his younger brother Takatsuna after 1530 (three years after Narutoshi's death) is unknown.
  781. Also, the woman playing opposite him varies in each anecdote.
  782. Also, the word 'modanyaki' (thin and flat pancake cooked on a hot plate with pieces of meat, seafood and chopped cabbage) in Kansai style (including soba) does not make sense in Hiroshima at all.
  783. Also, the works for adults like gekiga (graphic novel) which was created by Takao SAITO appeared as a type of comics which had been considered as reading for children and it led to the expansion of the market.
  784. Also, the writing styles of Kotobagaki can be grouped into five:
  785. Also, there are "Necronomicon" and "THOTH."
  786. Also, there are cases in which it eats its own leg from stress, but in such a case, the leg does not regenerate.
  787. Also, there are cases where 35 divination signs or 64 divination signs are used.
  788. Also, there are cases where mausoleums were erected not only to perform memorial rites in honor of ancestors but also to the spirit of someone people admired, as seen in numerous mausoleums sacred to the memory of Confucius or Guan Yu around the country.
  789. Also, there are cases which the regulation for the Protection of Cultural Properties and so on of local public entities stipulate 'tangible cultural properties' as one of the types of cultural products.
  790. Also, there are descriptions of the states of Shima, Iwaki, Iya, Toki, Mina, Okada, Fuko, Sana, Tosu, Sagana, Ogi, Kanasakina, Ki, Igo, Kina, Yama, Kuji, Hari, Kiku, Ana and Na.
  791. Also, there are differences in the same kata depending on the organization and circle, or between Okinawa and the Japanese mainland.
  792. Also, there are dishes which are considered curry when Japanese people eat them, although they are not actually called curry.
  793. Also, there are legends or temple histories stating that clans referred to as Yoichi's descendants lived in Hitachi Province, Dewa Province and Awa Province.
  794. Also, there are manuscripts copied from the manuscript in such a condition, so they already had different lines of text in each volume when they were first completed.
  795. Also, there are many localities where people do not celebrate any Toro Nagashi.
  796. Also, there are many songs about the trips to shrines and landscape.
  797. Also, there are many stories about Hyakki yagyo (Night Parade of One Hundred Demons) such as witnessing the procession of ogre in Kyoto in many ancient documents.
  798. Also, there are many towns named after warlords who served under Hideyoshi, such as Nyosui-cho, Kodera-cho, Ukita-cho, Hidadono-cho, Tamura-Bizen-cho, Fukushima-cho, Chusho-cho, and Naoie-cho.
  799. Also, there are other Shoroku ONOE including Shoroku ONOE (Kyogokuya) who performed actively in Osaka during the end of Edo period through early Meiji period and Shoroku ONOE (disciple of Matsunosuke ONOE) who acted in films during the Taisho period through early Showa period; however, they are not counted as official successions.
  800. Also, there are pleasure boats operated by Tango Kairiku Kotsu Co., Ltd. that go around inside the bay, and there are many tourists who visit to see the Ine no Funaya Houses (houses built on the water's edge in Ine) which is one of the tourist (sightseeing) spots in Ine Town.
  801. Also, there are quite a few excellent pieces of music, such as "Shiragiku" composed by Hanano TERASHIMA, which tend to be forgotten at present.
  802. Also, there are restaurants of this name as it means 'simplicity but utmost hospitality.'
  803. Also, there are some differences in dramatic interpretation of the play between Kanze and Kita schools and other three schools.
  804. Also, there are some new Kyogen actors growing steadily in this group such as Hiroharu FUKATA and Kazunori TAKANO, who finished the fourth Nogaku sanyaku (three roles of Nogaku) training at the National Noh Theatre.
  805. Also, there are some regions which don't carry out Sagicho but hold the events that burn Ofuda (paper charm) on the certain day (such as December 29).
  806. Also, there are those who say that Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI was not able to become Seii Taishogun because he lost to Ieyasu TOKUGAWA in the battles of Komaki and Nagakute.
  807. Also, there are various styles depending on the pagodas, including differences in the size of the body and base as well as the inscription of shuji (the characteristic one syllable word to depict the Bodhisattva) (yuishiki [consciousness-only, the basic doctrine of the Japanese Hosso school]) and a relief of Buddha on the body, and having a double outline.
  808. Also, there are vegetable korokke combined with green peas or carrots, as well as sweeter pumpkin korokke that uses pumpkin as a substitute for potatoes.
  809. Also, there exist 'Ankamonin no Shijo Gohyakushu' (Five Hundred Poems of Ankamonin no Shijo) as well as 'Ankamonin no Shijo Hyakushu' (One Hundred Poems of Ankamonin no Shijo), which she dedicated to ten shrines in the Kanto region upon praying for her victory in the court case.
  810. Also, there exists 'Oki no shima' just as mentioned in the "Kojiki" about 80m off shore from what is presently called 'Hakuto Kaigan' (white rabbit beach).
  811. Also, there exists a record proving the fact that kuni no hakase and/or kuni no ishi were treated like shisho (a person doing miscellaneous duties with documents) and were used for jobs of the provincial government.
  812. Also, there have emerged some appliances, though in small quantity, specialized for the left-handed.
  813. Also, there is "Shinpen Nihon koten bungaku zenshu 4.2" from Shogakukan Inc., includes "Saibara" translated and noted by Jingoro USUDA.
  814. Also, there is Isobe-age (deep-fried vegetables or meats with Itanori), which is prepared by deep-frying the mixture of green laver and batter, ingredients wrapped only by Itanori (sheeted green laver) and ingredients with battered Itanori (batter put on one side of Itanori.)
  815. Also, there is Yoichi's Gorin-Kuyoto (memorial tower with Gorin) in the mountains of Bichu-Ebara-no-sho manor (the present-day Nishi-ebara, Ibara City, Okayama Prefecture), one of the manors Yoichi received around the country for rewards appreciating his feat of shooting a folding fan.
  816. Also, there is a belief that human's spirits consist of 'Naohi,' one spirit that is connected with heaven, and four souls (Aratama, Nikitama, Sakitama, and Kushitama); this concept is called "Ichirei shikon" (one spirit, four souls).
  817. Also, there is a belief that the concept 'killing with one thrashing' espoused by karate was fostered under the influence of the Jigenryu line.
  818. Also, there is a collection of quizzes which are considered rare literary material called 'The Emperor Gonara Gyosen Nazo.'
  819. Also, there is a comic book named "Fuunji tachi" written by Taro MINAMOTO, which describes the incident.
  820. Also, there is a document called "Futomani."
  821. Also, there is a legend which states that Kukai wrote "Sangoshiiki" (a three-episode long story that indicates differences between the goals of Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism) at this temple.
  822. Also, there is a record that when Shimabara War occurred, a squad of Koga ninja sneaked into Hara-jo Castle where rioters barricaded themselves and found the fact that rioters' provisions were running out.
  823. Also, there is a shrine called Sannomiya-tenmangu Shrine (shrine in precincts) near this shrine.
  824. Also, there is a story about Yoshimasa TANAKA's birth in Mikawa Village.
  825. Also, there is a story in the "Uji Shui Monogatari" (a collection of the Tales from Uji) that when a man was sleeping with a yujo (prostitute) in Ichijo Sajiki-ya (Ichijo Sajiki Store), he witnessed an ogre with horse head chanting 'Shogyo Mujo' (all things must pass) on the Kamo Street.
  826. Also, there is a theory that Kensin Uesugi was a female.
  827. Also, there is a theory that Tadateru's caliber was as high as Hidetada and he was too full of spirit.
  828. Also, there is a theory that regards Doma Hoshi and Doman ASHIYA to be different men.
  829. Also, there is a theory that she was modeled after a real person, MINAMOTO no Akiko, an older sister-in-law of the author, Murasaki Shikibu.
  830. Also, there is a theory that the name "Kunoichi" itself was a creation by Futaro YAMADA.
  831. Also, there is a theory that the reason for this war was the friction between Emperor Tenchi and Prince Oama.
  832. Also, there is a theory that the war was one of the imperial succession disputes that occurred frequently in the Asuka period.
  833. Also, there is a theory which claims that the 'Wooto' on the mirror cannot be identified as Emperor Keitai because the pronunciation of 'Wohodo', the King's name in 'Kojiki', differed from 'Wooto' in the inscription on the mirror in the early sixth century.
  834. Also, there is a trend to look again at 'Uzagaku' as a symbol of Okinawa's unique identity and international exchange.
  835. Also, there is a type where additional ingredients are placed on top of the mixed barazushi.
  836. Also, there is a unique form of poem called Ryuka (Ryukyu poetry) in Okinawa Prefecture.
  837. Also, there is a way called 'futakuchibi' where the shooter waits after igniting both ends of the match, folding it in two and holding it in the fingers of his left hand.
  838. Also, there is an afternoon bus which provides English language announcement during spring service.
  839. Also, there is an anecdote that one day when Dosho was giving a lecture of Hokke-kyo Sutra to five hundred tigers in Silla on the way to China from Japan for study, EN no Gyoja was in the crowd and asked him questions.
  840. Also, there is another theory saying that it was subjects to nurture court poets that were originally limited to sons of hakucho and zonin, not those for officials.
  841. Also, there is another theory that the word 'kunoichi' itself was coined by Futaro Yamada, the authority on ninja novels.
  842. Also, there is mystery about Kuden shu Book 11 and subsequent Books.
  843. Also, there is no definition for the number of hatsumode.
  844. Also, there is no evidence that Turkish schools generally teach the Ertu?rul incident, and neither have such textbooks been found.'
  845. Also, there is no statement about Sannan on the Kinmon Incident in the article, so some say that he suffered from illness.
  846. Also, there is no trace of pressure on Tokitada's family left in the capital.
  847. Also, there is one opinion that denies the fact he was appointment the governor of Kai Province (Kei AKIYAMA).
  848. Also, there is the equinoctial day of Higan (equinoctial week).
  849. Also, there is the following episode about Koan.
  850. Also, there is the megalith which is said to be the grave of Prince Hikoimasu (The Imperial Household Agency manages this place.), near the Iwanonishi-jinja Shrine.
  851. Also, there rarely are clans that have hongan in China (such as the Gogbu Gong clan).
  852. Also, there used to be a five-storied pagoda standing on the right side (south) of the original Hondo.
  853. Also, there was a clan like the Mijkohidari school that split into two groups about the interpretation and each handed down different kagaku.
  854. Also, there was a tacit understanding that 'kadohaki' and 'mizumaki' should be done only in front of one's own house and doing it in front of neighboring house was considered to be impolite.
  855. Also, there was an area called 'Daini' up to the 1960's near Wani Daimyo-jin, and the name Daini is said to come from Wani.
  856. Also, there was an indication that the Emperor meant to be in a higher position than the Tokugawa clan, who called themselves the Minamoto clan, which originated from Emperor Seiwa.
  857. Also, there was no name of Kibitsuhiko no mikoto written in the Kojiki.
  858. Also, there was presented an opinion that a male not belonging to the Imperial family should be approved to become a member of the family with a restriction that the intention of the person is respected and this is limited to a marriage between a female member of the Imperial family and a descendant in the male line of a former Imperial family.
  859. Also, there were Gomon Yagura (watchtowers by gates) at the western edge of the Kitamikado and at the southern edge of the Otte-mon Gate.
  860. Also, there were cases of Japanese Zen monks to hitch rides on merchant ships and migrate to the Chinese continent to undergo training.
  861. Also, there were five daughters who married into other families.
  862. Also, there were goods from Central and Western Asia that had relayed the Silk Road.
  863. Also, there were laws called Jinai-ho which regulated the inside of temples and other laws to control the outside of temples, which were under the temples' power, meaning Jinai-cho (temple villages) (also called ji-hen) and shoen (manor in medieval Japan).
  864. Also, there were many examples of individuals becoming `goshi` (regional samurai) after migrating from the Kagoshima region to other areas following the setting up of formalized `jokashi` (literally meaning samurai outside a castle) structured family systems.
  865. Also, there were measures to divide their territories to succeed ("bunpo"), and to confiscate their territories ("kaieki").
  866. Also, there were not only Yagura but also a Tenshu substitute such as 'Odashishoin' of Kubota-jo Castle, which was a Goten (palace) constructed on Honmaru foundation.
  867. Also, there were occasions in which additional limited express trains ran from Sanjo in the evening.
  868. Also, there were plans to continue the service until the end of FY 2008.
  869. Also, there were some cases where Fudai and Shinpan (hereditary daimyo and relatives of the Tokugawa family) were forgiven after receiving the kaieki decision, and their descendents returned to the original positions to receive almost the same stipend.
  870. Also, there were some castles with Tenshudai on which Tenshu were not constructed for some reason.
  871. Also, there were those that included elements of geography, history, and morals, meaning that various forms of oraimono were written.
  872. Also, there were those who speculated over a relationship with Miyako and in addition, there were those who believed in a link between Genbo's downfall and death with Hirotsugu's revengeful ghost.
  873. Also, these dyeing techniques contributed to the luxurious and splendid culture along with surihaku (a dyeing technique that uses foil applique) in the Azuchi-Momoyama period.
  874. Also, these procedures have been done when the guest was in a hurry, or when using chawan which should be treated nicely but does not require chasen kazari.
  875. Also, these statues are known as the oldest example to use crystal inlays for eyes of a statue (the technique called 'gyokugan' in Japanese) among the statues whose production dates have been identified so far.
  876. Also, these types are divided into the flushing type and the non-flushing type, and as for toilet basins, the flushing type is called suisen shiki benjo (water flush lavatory) and the non-flushing type rakka shiki benjo (non flush lavatory) (botton benjo).
  877. Also, these words (in "Jodoron") are used as ekomon (a verse that transfers merit back to Buddhas, bodhisattvas and past teachers for their further empowerment to bring beings to the way of the Buddha) in Jodo Shinshu.
  878. Also, they are allowed to take disciples.
  879. Also, they are not unified terms, but the standard ones are as follows:
  880. Also, they are often used as a parent strain to be bred with other yeasts to develop new yeasts used in and out of the region.
  881. Also, they are told as a stage of a story like rakujo aishi (stories about fall of castles) derived from historical facts that the castle that was used as a base by a busho (military commander) of the homeland fell by attack by strong opponent.
  882. Also, they became a part of life among common people as the subjects used with Kadomatsu (New Year's pine decoration), Hina dolls, and on celebratory occasions such as a wedding or a childbirth, and they could be combined with the subjects such as 'cranes and turtles.'
  883. Also, they had defects that they were easily damaged and discolored probably because the Western paper used for Japanese bills were not suitable for the Japanese climate of high temperature and humidity.
  884. Also, they have a crown with a lozenge cross-section (lozenged crown type).
  885. Also, they often boasted about their bravery, and this sometimes caused fights or bloodshed.
  886. Also, they showed the fact that in the meeting just before the conflict, the 'Five Members Committee' consisted of the Instutute, the Kyoto Federation and the Zendokyo related members had been established, and argued the custodial right of the Hall was owned by the committee, and not owned by the Institute.
  887. Also, they subcontracted various business concerning the control over the village's residents: Horei junshu (compliance with laws and ordinances), Joikatatsu (conveying the will of the governing to the governed), Ninbetsu shihai (census-taking control), and land management.
  888. Also, they took the Suigun (warriors battle in the sea) in the Shikoku region under their control by having Fuyuyasu being adopted by the Atagi clan and Kazumasa being adopted by the Sogo clan.
  889. Also, they took the place of the ruling-class since ancient times, forced the public into a servile position through suikyo (land lease at interest) and became dominant local governors of the people.
  890. Also, they valued the trust and camaraderie that developed among them, and had their own set of beliefs which they prized even more than their own lives.
  891. Also, they were to dismantle the pirates' power and separate suigun (navy) samurai from fisher men.
  892. Also, they worked hard sowing many seeds and moved to Kii Province.
  893. Also, thinly sliced pufferfish skin which is parboiled and cooled in ice water is sometimes served with fugu sashimi.
  894. Also, this Ushioni was said to have had a body like a cat and a tail as long as about 3.3 meter and walked without making any sounds because its body was soft like a ball.
  895. Also, this Yakusa no Kabane system stopped functioning like the original kabane system after the death of Emperor Tenmu.
  896. Also, this area on the foot of the mountains were health resort catering to the Imperial family, nobility and samurai in Kyoto from the Heian period to the modern times.
  897. Also, this book was written based upon the court official system that was actually implemented during the era of Yoshimoto's administration.
  898. Also, this construction method is very similar to the one used to a assemble a log cabin, and therefore Shosoin is sometimes referred to as the oldest log cabin in Japan.
  899. Also, this influenced from many housewives who had operated the shop business as an additional job, as mentioned before.
  900. Also, this is because specific family lineage became fixed from the formation of family business.
  901. Also, this is important as an historical record, and it is said that 2,500 people were portrayed in this screen painting.
  902. Also, this is the total number of shellfish, not just abalone.
  903. Also, this political changes caused the Shizoku no hanran (revolt by family or person with samurai ancestors) and Jiyu Minken Undo (Movement for Liberty and People's Right).
  904. Also, this school was well known for the fact that Shigemasa TAKAYASU, the first head of the waki-kata Takayasu school, learned Noh play from this school, and additionally, Shimogakari waki-kata schools were derived from the Shundo school.
  905. Also, this term has often been used in the sense of an instruction manual for the public, an explanatory book to unriddle mysterious background of cartoons and animations, an intellectual variety show on Television, and so on.
  906. Also, this term sometimes refers to production techniques of such products.
  907. Also, this theory provided a new perspective on Buddhism history studies because it discussed Buddhism in a broader framework of political and social history on the assumption of the presence of a state system build on kenmon taisei (the system by which governance was shared among "influential houses" or ruling elites), which was proposed by KURODA.
  908. Also, those missing regulations of warehouse management and medical service have been mostly restored from other surviving fragments of the Ritsu book.
  909. Also, those who lived in the former territory of Sendai Domain, now Morioka Domain, were encouraged to take up farming again.
  910. Also, those who were saddened by Harumochi's death enshrined him at what is later known as Ouchi Gongen (Ouchi-jinja Shrine).
  911. Also, through these processes, the official appointment examination for the "shinshi" rank was phased out and only the official appointment examination for the "shusai" rank was left as an official examination to recruit government officials, which resulted in the word 'shusai' becoming a synonym of monjo tokugosho and 'shinshi,' monjosho.
  912. Also, throughout Japan there are stories of Sei Jo Densetsu (despairing Sei Shonagon).
  913. Also, ties to the Kyoto Shoshidai and the Kyoto Machi-bugyo were strong, and sometimes he would run to assist them when there were major events in Kyoto.
  914. Also, to ensure the distinguished-looking finish of tempura, it is advisable to apply invisible splits or cuts to tane or cut strings.
  915. Also, to inspire morale to the entire fleet Togo said, "the Empire's fate depends on this battle. Let every man do his utmost duty," and ordered the hoisting of the Z flag.
  916. Also, to prepare for the Battle of Sunomatagawa, the Taira clan imposed zatsueki on Ise Province so they would provide sailors and ships, and in this case, a request for sailors and ships was issued within 10 days after a senji was issued to the provincial governor.
  917. Also, to save Ujizane IMAGAWA who held up fighting in Kakegawa-jo Castle, Ujimasa had a peace negotiation with Ieyasu TOKUGAWA of Mikawa Province, and succeeded in putting Ujizane (Ujizane's lawful wife was Ujimasa's younger sister, Hayakawa-dono) under Ujimasa's protection.
  918. Also, to the north and south of this kofun (tumulus), there are big tumuluses (the north tumulus is Emperor Hanzei mausoleum and the south tumulus is Emperor Richu mausoleum) and this one is named 'the center mausoleum.'
  919. Also, today's Japanese have an unconscious notion that 'the Japanese language is yabo.'
  920. Also, track No. 1 is sometimes used for exhibitions, etc.
  921. Also, tradition has it that Murasaki Shikibu's grave can be found at Murasaki no Nishigoshoden-cho (Horikawa Kitaoji Kudaru, West side), Kita Ward, Kyoto City.
  922. Also, trains don't make good connections with the Kusatsu Line at Tsuge.
  923. Also, trains with their starting and terminal station being Takatori Station and Sumiyoshi Station (JR West, Kobe New Transit Co., Ltd.) ran when shuttle service between two stations was implemented in Kobe City during the rush hour.
  924. Also, type 51 cars, Moha 51, Kuha 68 and Kuroha 69, that continued to run on the Keihanshin Local Line for nearly forty years since then, were newly introduced.
  925. Also, under the direction of Ii, roju Akikatsu MANABE (the lord of the Sabae clan) cracked down on the activities of the Hitotsubashi group in Kyoto.
  926. Also, under the influence of pottery in Tokai region, pottery kilns were opened in local regions.
  927. Also, unless the Army appointed a succeeding officer, according to the rules of Military ministers who were officers on active-duty, the Saionji Cabinet was unable to obtain a military officer, and Saionji was given no other choice but to resign.
  928. Also, unless the body shape differs greatly between the parent and the child, it is possible for the daughter to wear her mother's expensive wafuku, such as at her wedding ceremony.
  929. Also, unless the monarchy is abolished, for example by a revolution, the position is automatically passed on to the successor.
  930. Also, various ensembles developed along with the sankyoku ensemble, such as 'uchiawase,' which combined a separate piece that could be played together with the original number.
  931. Also, various types of fue which produce the sounds of birds or insects were invented in the Edo period, and they became popular toys for common people.
  932. Also, verbs such as 得 (u) that are of a single vowel with no consonants may have been insufficient to be considered a syllable within the haiku as well.
  933. Also, visitors under eighteen years of age, are not allowed to visit the Villa.
  934. Also, wabi and sabi are becoming rather remote from the present daily life of Japanese people.
  935. Also, war broke out between the Satsuma clan and Britain on July 2, after negotiations over compensation for damage caused by the Namamugi incident turned sour (Anglo-Satsuma War).
  936. Also, water suddenly flowed out westwards from the place where he kicked through the rim of the mountain and, several head of deer were also swept away leading to the place to be subsequently called 'Sugaru (lit. several deer flow) Waterfall.'
  937. Also, we can find a few instances of three-syllable or four-syllable makurakotoba such as 'chiba no,' 'tobu tori,' 'soramitsu,' etc. in the samples of the ancient literature.
  938. Also, wealthy merchants, etc., were made to provide part of the funds.
  939. Also, what was required of kidendo changed to the historical knowledge that could be used in Chinese poetry and therefore drew much attention from the emperors and the nobles.
  940. Also, when 10 toshi 100 mon were gathered, meaning 960 mon on a string, it was equivalent to one kan (toshi one kan).
  941. Also, when 96 one mon coins were put together on a string, they were called toshi 100 mon and were considered as 100 mon.
  942. Also, when Hidetada and Iemitsu went to Kyoto Capital, they paid respect to the tomb in Nanso-ji Temple and earnestly requested the establishment of Tosho-gu Shrine, an act which also supports the theory that the tomb in Nanso-ji Temple is the tomb of the real Ieyasu.
  943. Also, when Hisahide MATSUNAGA surrendered to Nobunaga ODA and advanced on Yamato Province, he sided with Hisahide and fought against Junkei TSUTSUI..
  944. Also, when Imperial Prince Akihito was enthroned as Emperor, many leaders of countries around the world attended.
  945. Also, when Yoritomo's built Shochojuin Temple, the family temple dedicated to his father, Yoshiyasu went with Yoritomo to the site of construction for a preliminary inspection, and when the temple was completed, he and his wife, the sister of Yoritomo, attended the ceremony.
  946. Also, when a festive "mikoshi togyo" (parade of mikoshi (portable shrine) and priests for the divine spirits in the portable shrine moving to other places from the main shrine) starts, the parade is sometimes guided by a person who plays the role of Sarutahiko by wearing a Tengu mask.
  947. Also, when a person under the age of 15 or a person with disabilities (except blind people who belonged to za [a trade association]) was expelled or ento (to be exiled to a remote island), such person was taken to his/her relatives.
  948. Also, when a samurai became a senior ranking goshi they controlled vast farming lands, forests and mountains, and moreover, it was possible for them to trade produce among samurai in the Satsuma clan.
  949. Also, when a young daughter of YAGI family died, SERIZAWA, together with KONDO, stood at the reception desk and actively lent a hand in conducting the funeral, and it is also said that he was liked by children for whom he drew funny pictures to kill his time.
  950. Also, when compiling a catalogue of materials they own, other libraries can copy-catalogue (create a catalogue of a library by copying bibliographic information) using the "Japanese National Bibliography Weekly List" without having to create their own bibliographic data.
  951. Also, when eating in a stooped position, foods didn't come into sight and they sometimes spilled them, therefore, this was also seen as a problem, 'mottainai' (That's a waste).
  952. Also, when facing the Lotus Sutra, this sutra is believed to have owed its success to the Buddha's teachings revealed in the Lotus Sutra, which brought salvation to 8000 disciples of his.
  953. Also, when ginjo sake (high-quality sake brewed at low temperatures from rice grains milled to 60% weight or less) was born, the requirements for 'ginjo sake produced in Yamagata Prefecture' appeared.
  954. Also, when he was the leader of Liberal Party, his attitudes and thoughts were often inconsistent with the Waihan Cabinet.
  955. Also, when heads were handed-over to the enemy this act was called "arrow of farewell"; a single used arrow from the battlefield was carried in the right hand and the cord securing the bucket with the head in it was carried in the left hand.
  956. Also, when including small and medium sized hospitals, there are an estimated 75 hospitals scattered across the city.
  957. Also, when it is not for food but for accessory, other materials than the ones allowed can be used as food additives.
  958. Also, when it was copied certain additions and revisions were made; consequently, there were many mistakes in writing and pages out of order due to an error in binding, and there were 21 different versions of the manuscript during the Kamakura period.
  959. Also, when kokujihan (political prisoner) or daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) was punished, they were taken to a daimyo family, and there were systems of 'azuke' and 'nagaazuke,' in which there is no remission in lifetime.
  960. Also, when lower-ranked people put on clothes granted by higher-ranked people for their good service, this had to be tolerated from the viewpoint of Confucius's teaching of loyalty.
  961. Also, when making a viewing in a private home, this was done in armor and court robes.
  962. Also, when neighboring nations were annexed by Japan, bento culture was spread outside Japan.
  963. Also, when sat in the seiza style, the big toes are often overlapped in order to stop the legs falling asleep.
  964. Also, when the government of Peru appealed to an international court against Japan in the Maria Luz Incident, Russian Emperor Alexander II went into arbitration and so ENOMOTO attended the trial in Saint Petersburg in which Japan won the case.
  965. Also, when the handing over of a job was not carried out successfully, a predecessor and a successor were obliged to prepare Fuyo-geyujo in which the reason thereof and the arguments of both parties were described.
  966. Also, when the moon cycle of the time is calculated based on current knowledge of astronomy this day falls on am astronomical new moon; it is thought that Kanoe-Tatsu was chosen for the accession in order to match it with the new moon.
  967. Also, when the work was expanded there was a story written about what happened afterwards, called 'The Tale of Another Old Man' (Ni no mai no okina no monogatari), which was said to have been written by 'a master of the Empress's household.'
  968. Also, when wasabi is dissolved in soy sauce nearly all its flavor evaporates and becomes less perceptible.
  969. Also, when working as the director of Kobe Shimbun Co., Ltd., he became the chairman of the Kobe Chamber of Commerce and Industry in 1928.
  970. Also, while serving as shoshidai he conducted business in the Kinki Region to expand sales channels for thin soy sauce which was Tatsuno's local specialty.
  971. Also, while various religious precepts are preached in each Buddhist sect, the precept, namely 'Sandai Hiho no Juji' (remembering and honoring the Three Great Secret Dharmas) are preached in Nichiren Shoshu Sect.
  972. Also, with an attack on Kofuku-ji Temple, Yoshinori tried to drive out Buddhist influence in politics.
  973. Also, with respect to the necessity or effect of Kyoto Protocol, there are lots of skepticism (opinions taking a skeptical view), but many of them lack credibility.
  974. Also, with the fall of lower-ranked nobles due to the rise of the warrior class to power, Asomi lost its meaning in the sense of kabane used to rank status, and it became a formality which was used for official documents.
  975. Also, with the popularization of sushi, it is not rare for Asian food restaurants serving rice foods, such as Korean food ones or Chinese food ones, have a Japanese-style sushi bar on the corner.
  976. Also, with the publication of Kan SHIMOZAWA's "The Complete Story of the Shinsen-gumi" and Michio HIRAO's "Historical Records of the Shinsen-gumi", this was the year that the Shinsen-gumi, previously considered a traitor, began to be reevaluated.
  977. Also, with the similarity of deification between Hitokotonushi no kami and Kotoshiro no nushi as a god that delivers oracle, some materials indicate that these two gods are the same.
  978. Also, within the central dai-ji temples were stationed ryoge-no-kan (officials appointed apart from the provisions of the imperial code) known as Zoji-shi who were responsible solely for the construction and management of specific temples.
  979. Also, without healthcare, it was very difficult for doctors to ask every patient who had treatment to bear all the expensive medical costs.
  980. Also, writing kiden kanmon (report about histories), which was a task of kiden hakase, was handed over to monjo hakase.
  981. Also, yukata may be used as practice wear for nihon-buyo (classical Japanese dance).
  982. Also, zosui is made by stewing cooked rice with the leftover soup of nabemono (a dish served in a pot at the table).
  983. Also: Mitsuyori and Koreyori.
  984. Altar
  985. Altarage
  986. Altars have represented the body of Jesus Christ or the dining table of 'The Last Supper' since ancient times.
  987. Altars in Buddhism
  988. Altars in Christianity
  989. Altars in Shinto
  990. Altars set up for the sakazuki-goto events (sharing of sake from a single cup as a pledge of the boss-henchman relationship) of the yakuza (the Japanese mafia) (bakuto (gamblers), tekiya (crooked peddlers))
  991. Alterations in properties of the Kira family
  992. Alternate name : Amakawaya mise no ba (scene of the Amakawaya warehouse)
  993. Alternate name : Chayaba (scene of tea house)
  994. Alternate name : Gion Ichiriki no ba (scene of Ichiriki at Gion)
  995. Alternate name : Hayano Kanpei harakiri no ba (scene of the seppuku of Kanpei HAYANO)
  996. Alternate name : Hayano Kanpei sumika no ba (scene of the house of Kanpei HAYANO)
  997. Alternate name : Michiyuki tabiji no yomeiri (a bride's travel)
  998. Alternate name : Moronao-yashiki uchiiri no ba (scene of the raid on Moronao's residence)
  999. Alternate name : Saifu no shoko (incense offering for a wallet)
  1000. Alternate name : Yamashina kankyo no ba (scene of the retreat at Yamashina)

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