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  1. Kigo (to write with a brush)
  2. Kigo and Kidai
  3. Kigo plays a major role in haiku.
  4. Kigo, or 揮毫 in Chinese characters, means writing words or phrases with brushes.
  5. Kigo, season word or kidai, seasonal topic (in haiku poetry) is a word symbolizing a given season and it is considered desirable that one of either kigo or kidai be contained in a haiku poetry.
  6. Kigurumi
  7. Kigyukika
  8. Kigyukika means riding on the back of the cow and going home.
  9. Kiha 04 type (Kiha 101-102) (both were the second generation)
  10. Kiha 100 type (Kiha 101 (the first generation) => Ha 101)
  11. Kiha 100 type (Kiha 102 (the first generation) => Ha 102)
  12. Kiha 101 and Kiha 102 were purchased on November 7, 1965 and June 18, 1968 respectively.
  13. Kihachi OKAMOTO
  14. Kihachi OKAMOTO (February 17, 1924 - February 19, 2005) was a film director in Japan.
  15. Kihachiro NAKAMURA, one of the pro-imperial warriors, received a mountain cherry tree in recognition of his contribution to the Restoration.
  16. Kihachiro OKURA
  17. Kihaku-an Teahouse
  18. Kiharanimasu-tateinadahime-jinja Shrine (Kabatayamagiwa, Yamashiro-cho, Kizugawa City)
  19. Kihe Hidenao MURAMATSU
  20. Kihe Mitsunobu HAZAMA
  21. Kihei Taishogun (commander of cavalry)
  22. Kihei Taishogun was a commander to head cavalrymen who were conscripted throughout Japan, and led the cavalry to escort and dignify the entrance of foreign envoy or Imperial visit.
  23. Kihei Taishogun was a military official established in the Nara period under the ritsuryo system.
  24. Kihei' means a mixed troop formed by retainers of the domain, the common people, and samurais excluding retainers of the domain compared with a troop (spearhead troop) organized by only retainers of the domain and samurais.
  25. Kiheitai Army
  26. Kiheitai Army and other Choshu Domain's troops became a part of Imperial army fighting against old Shogunate army in the Boshin War.
  27. Kiheitai Army of Choshu Domain was one of the standing armies called troops of Choshu Domain.
  28. Kiheitai Army of Saigo's army
  29. Kiheitai Army placed the governor-general on the top of the organization and systematically organized musket unit and cannon unit.
  30. Kiheitai Army's officers trained hard themselves on condition that they were paid by the government building of domain and given a place to stay.
  31. Kiheitai seized Usuki on June 1, but was attacked on June 7 by four battalions led by Colonel Michitsura NOZU and bombarded from three warships, and was defeated on June 10.
  32. Kihinkan - This building was originally constructed in 1923 in Kasumigaseki Rikyu at Togu Palace (present day Diet Building front garden) temporary residence as the court of Chichibu-no-Miya.
  33. Kihiro SANJO (1577 - November 25, 1626) was Kugyo (court noble) from Azuchi-Momoyama period to the early Edo period.
  34. Kiho OKUMA, (academic journal 'Archetecture Journal,' Story of Kaso ? Unknown) stated that Kaso is mostly a superstition, introduced from China.
  35. Kiho-ittai (unity of faith and power)
  36. Kihoku Higashi Road
  37. Kihoku Nishi Road
  38. Kii County
  39. Kii County disappeared at the same time.
  40. Kii Nyudo.
  41. Kii Peninsula is one of regions that have a large amount of rainfall in Japan.
  42. Kii Province
  43. Kii Province had been an important region for forestry since ancient times and it is believed that Isotakeru was worshipped by people in that industry.
  44. Kii Province: Domains of Kishu, Kii-tanabe, and Kii-shingu
  45. Kii Tokugawa clan/Takatsukasa-Matsudaira Family: Kii Domain - Yoshii Domain
  46. Kii no Kuni no miyatsuko - The hereditary priestly families of Hinokuma Jingu and Kunikakasu Jingu.
  47. Kii no kami (Governor of Kii Province).
  48. Kii-Oshima Research Station (Kushimoto-cho, Wakayama Prefecture)
  49. Kii-go
  50. Kii-gun (or Kii-no-kori) was a county once existed in Yamashiro Province, in Kyoto Prefecture.
  51. Kii-gun/Kii District
  52. Kiichi HAMAGUCHI
  53. Kiichi HAMAGUCHI (year of birth and death unknown) was a member of Mibu-Roshigumi (Mibu gang of masterless warriors) and Shinsengumi (special police force who guarded Kyoto during the end of Tokugawa Shogunate).
  54. Kiichi Hogen
  55. Kiichi Hogen was a legendary person who appeared in "Gikeiki" (a military epic about the life of MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune) written in the early Muromachi period.
  56. Kiichi for an old samurai with a benevolent heart
  57. Kiichihogen Sanryaku no Maki (Kiichihogen)
  58. Kiichiro published a book about Ukiyoe.
  59. Kiiji route (from Watanabe no tsu to Tanabe)
  60. Kiippon
  61. Kijibue
  62. Kijihonmatsutai
  63. Kijima died in the battle and Genzui KUSAKA killed himself.
  64. Kijima in the Nagamine area pushed forward Batto-tai troop so bravely that they were likely to break through the left flank of the detached 5th brigade and invade Kumamoto Castle.
  65. Kijima-jinja Shrine
  66. Kijima-jinja Shrine is a shrine located in Uzumasa in Ukyo Ward, Kyoto City.
  67. Kijima-tai troop
  68. Kijimadaira-mura Village of Nagano Prefecture, having eight old sangaku is an example of a small mountainous village having an extremely dense distribution of sangaku.
  69. Kijin (fierce god)
  70. Kijin-jinja Shrine (Ranzan-machi, Saitama Prefecture)
  71. Kijin-jinja Shrine (only one shrine in Japan where the Oni (ogre) is enshrined; it is believed that this shrine was built in order to close the northeastern (unlucky) direction of Sugaya-yakata.)
  72. Kijin: ox, ki (己), earth (yin), canicular days, northeast
  73. Kijiro IWAKIRI, Kyonosuke KODAMA, and others (three platoons), Tomofusa SASSA and others (three platoons of the Kumamoto-tai troop)
  74. Kijiro MATSUMOTO
  75. Kijishi (wood masters) formed villages while moving within mountains, but some of them moved to other mountains and it also happened sometimes that an entire village perished due to famine.
  76. Kijishi (woodturner)
  77. Kijitsugaihakukeishito
  78. Kijo (Ogress)
  79. Kijo came to Japan with Kento-shi during the Hoki era.
  80. Kijo-mono (literally "tale of an Ogress") (such as "Aoi-no-Ue," "Dojo-ji Temple," "Kurotsuka")
  81. Kijoshu Sake
  82. Kijoshu sake is a sweet Japanese rice wine with a unique thickness brewed using sake instead of water.
  83. Kijoshu sake was subsequently developed by the National Tax Agency, and the National Research Institute of Brewing holds the patent for its manufacture.
  84. Kijuro SHIDEHARA, the 44th prime minister, the 40th chairman of the House of Representatives, recipient of Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun with Paulownia Flower of the Junior First Rank
  85. Kika (or, kiga, mokuga, mokuka or mokka) (literally, smell of wood)
  86. Kikai
  87. Kikai seigikuho (method of producing koji with machine)
  88. Kikai seigikuho is a method to produce koji in a large lot using machines.
  89. Kikaiuchi (kneading by machine)
  90. Kikaiuchi indicates the Udon noodles made by using noodle making machines.
  91. Kikaku NAKAMURA
  92. Kikaku NAKAMURA (the first) (September 30, 1948 - March 20, 1994): His real name was Eijiro WATANABE.
  93. Kikaku NAKAMURA (the second) (June 18, 1972 -): The stage family name is Yawataya.
  94. Kikaku NAKAMURA is a Kabuki (traditional drama performed by male actors) actor.
  95. Kikaku TAKARAI
  96. Kikaku TAKARAI (1661 - 1707) was a disciple of Basho MATSUO and was well-known as a poet of seventeen-syllable verse and a calligrapher.
  97. Kikaku TAKARAI, a master of Haikai (seventeen-syllable verse), came across Tadao OTAKA, Ako Roshi (lordless samurai of Ako domain), who spent his time selling bamboo grass on the Ryogoku-bashi Bridge.
  98. Kikaku made efforts to calm down him, but 侯's anger increased.
  99. Kikaku recited hokku (the first line of a waka poem), `Toshi no seya Mizuno nagare to hito no miha' (It's the end of the year, one's circumstance always change like the flow of a river turns).
  100. Kikaku said to Gengo, `If you have a problem, I will listen to you. You may be able to have days when you enjoy this snow.'
  101. Kikaku straightaway started the poem by saying 'the end of the year, the flow of water and even people's lives are,' and Otaka completed and hinted at the revenge by saying 'waiting for the treasure ship to come the next day.'
  102. Kikaku was reminded of the wakiku, which Gengo recited, `Asita mataruru sono takara bune' and told 侯 about it before Kikaku leaves.
  103. Kikaku, Danzo ICHIKAWA (the eighth), Nizaemon KATAOKA (the thirteenth)
  104. Kikaku, who felt sorry for Gengo, gave him a haori (a Japanese half-coat) which he had received from 松浦侯.
  105. Kikaku, who learned Shigenobu was peeved at Gengo's younger sister, Onui, and recited the haiku, `Kini iranu kazemo aroka yanagi kana' (treat the things calmly as if willows were blown by various winds) to caution him.
  106. Kikaku, who was moved to tears of joy, asked Gengo by saying, `Mr. Shiyo, what's your death haiku?'
  107. Kikakumaru TOIDA
  108. Kikakumaru TOIDA was a member of the Ouchi clan.
  109. Kikakutei (a Japanese-style hotel)
  110. Kikan IKEDA chose the Shohon (premised book) among more than 120 versions of the manuscript in order to reconstruct the original work.
  111. Kikan IKEDA classified many gathered manuscripts into three lines: the 'Aobyoshibon line,' 'Kawachibon line' and 'Beppon,' a group of manuscripts that don't belong to either of the aforementioned lines.
  112. Kikan IKEDA classified old genealogies into three groups of 'Kujoke-bon manuscript,' 'Tameuji-bon manuscript,' 'Shoka-bon manuscript,' and later added 'Tenbun-bon manuscript' to them, making four groups.
  113. Kikan IKEDA considered that the following manuscripts were classified into Beppon.
  114. Kikan IKEDA graduated from Department of Japanese Literature, Faculty of Letters, Tokyo University in 1926, and passed away in December, 1956, so he devoted almost whole life of studying as a scholar to completing the work.
  115. Kikan IKEDA is said to have investigated about 300 manuscripts, or 15,000 books of manuscript, and the number of films he used reached about five hundred thousand.
  116. Kikan IKEDA mentions that when judging whether a manuscript of the Tale of Genji is an Aobyoshi-bon manuscript, those that are descended from FUJIWARA no Sadaie's shohon, it is a requirement for the manuscript to have this 'Okuiri' in it.
  117. Kikan IKEDA praised the manuscript as 'the most reliable shohon (a verified text) among the Aobyoshi-bon line and a rare book in its volumes, form and contents.'
  118. Kikan IKEDA says that the appearance of the 'Genji monogatari toshidate,' together with the appearance of the 'Genji monogatari kokeizu' (old genealogies on the Tale of Genji), indicates that people at that time were beginning to look at the Tale of Genji from a scholarly point of view.
  119. Kikan IKEDA surmises that this was because the compiler considered the 'Agemaki' (Trefoil Knots) chapter a 'parallel chapter' to the 'Shigamoto' (Beneath the Oak) chapter and therefore did not give it a number.
  120. Kikan IKEDA's younger brother, Akira IKEDA, told that 'the original text was changed several times,' which suggests that he changed the original text more than one time, in which the change was made from the Kawachi-bon line manuscript to the Oshima-bon.
  121. Kikan IKEDA, ed., "Genji monogatari taisei," Chuo Koronsha.
  122. Kikan IKEDA, who 'investigated 250 to 260 kinds of existing manuscripts,' classified genealogies of The Tale of Genji into the following three groups 'in terms of development.'
  123. Kikasai (the rite of the family's return home) and Naorai (feast)
  124. Kikashu (Collection of the House of Ki)
  125. Kiken FUNABASHI was a shogun's retainer; his family carried on Ichio-ryu school for generations until Meiji period, which was then inherited by Hosokawa Sansai-ryu school (a school of Sansai HOSOKAWA).
  126. Kiken MURAKAMI
  127. Kiki
  128. Kiki is a collective designation of the "Kojiki" and "Nihonshoki."
  129. Kiki kayo (ballads found in the Kojiki and Nihon shoki)
  130. Kikiriri, Tokusenko, Yutsukuru
  131. Kikizake (sake tasting)
  132. Kikizake (sake tasting, written as 利き酒, ききざけ, ?き酒 or きき酒) refers to evaluating the sake quality.
  133. Kikizake originated as a sensory evaluation conducted at sake breweries to decide whether the sake quality is eligible for shipping.
  134. Kikki
  135. Kikki is a diary written by Tsunefusa YOSHIDA (1142-1200), a court noble who lived in the late Heian period.
  136. Kikko (hexagonal patterns: literally, shells of tortoises)
  137. Kikkoki: Diary of Yoshida Tsunetoshi KANJUJI (1214 - 1276), Chunagon (vice-councilor of state)
  138. Kikkoman Corporation, YAMASA CORPORATION, Higeta Shoyu Co., Ltd., and Shoda Shoyu Co., Ltd. are leading soy-sauce manufacturers in this region.
  139. Kikkoyacho (Oike-dori, Takakura-higashi-iru), Nakagyo Ward: 40,143
  140. Kiko (travels)
  141. Kiko of the Nara period and Yoriudo of the Heian period had similar characteristics as Yoriko.
  142. Kiko, Princess Akishino
  143. Kiko-ji Temple
  144. Kiko-ji Temple is a Buddhist temple belonging to the Hossoshu sect (the Dharma Characteristics Sect) which is situated in Sugahara-cho, Nara City, Nara Prefecture.
  145. Kikokusenkin
  146. Kikokusenkin refers to one of the economic thoughts during the Edo period, which respected rice and abhorred money.
  147. Kikoshiki (groundbreaking or cornerstone-laying ceremony) (Nichiren Shoshu Sect)
  148. Kiku (chrysanthemum), kiri (paulownia), kiku kiri, mi kiku kiri, awasete kiku kiri, mu kiku kiri.
  149. Kiku (chrysanthemum): While the right side is white, the reverse side is suo.
  150. Kiku (literally "A Chrysanthemum," solo vocal with piano accompaniment, lyrics by Kume HIGASHI)
  151. Kiku no En
  152. Kiku no Kisewata (Chrysanthemum Covers, a custom of the Imperial Court in the Chrysanthemum Festival)
  153. Kiku no Kisewata is a custom of the Imperial Court held in Chrysanthemum Festival.
  154. Kiku-mon
  155. Kiku-mon and Kiri-mon
  156. Kikuawase-ko
  157. Kikuawase-ko is part of Kumiko performed in autumn.
  158. Kikuchi clan
  159. Kikuchi senbonyari (A thousand spears of the Kikuchi clan)
  160. Kikuchi's Matsubayashi New Year celebrations (December 16, 1998)
  161. Kikugoro ONOE (I)
  162. Kikugoro ONOE (V) featured in 'Aotozoshi hanano nishikie' (commonly called 'Shiranami gonin otoko') (1862).
  163. Kikugoro ONOE (the sixth), Sadanji ICHIKAWA (the second), Enjaku JITSUKAWA (the third), Shoroku ONOE (the second) are good at playing Mizuno.
  164. Kikugoro ONOE VI who considered the role of Dogen as his forte, regarded the scene of extortion at the pawnshop as the most essential part, and said 'The role of Dogen is complete if this scene is performed well.'
  165. Kikugoro ONOE the fifth was a great actor who was called, along with Danjuro ICHIKAWA the ninth, "dangiku" (legendary actor).
  166. Kikugoro ONOE the sixth secretly took out his frustration by striking the wooden statue of Jusuke in the training room with sense (folding fan) in his vexation.
  167. Kikugoro ONOE, The Seventh
  168. Kikugoro ONOE, the Seventh (October 2, 1942 -) is a Japanese actor and a kabuki actor, and the present head of the profesional name of kabuki, 'Kikugoro ONOE.'
  169. Kikugoro V who was a perfectionist gave so much of himself to this work.
  170. Kikugoro VI is said to have taught his disciples who played torite by telling them 'I ain't movin', you guys are the ones that gotta move around.'
  171. Kikugoro VII
  172. Kikugoro expressed Kanpei's desperation with exquisite skill, and his performance became the standard of the current style.
  173. Kikugoro the fifth was good at the role of a fireman such as Umekichi in "Mekuranagaya Umega Kagatobi" known as "Kagatobi" (The Firefighters of the Kaga clan) or Sashichi in "Edosodachi Omatsuri Sashichi" (The Festival and Sashichi, a Son of Edo) known as "Omatsuri Sashichi;" he left oral instructions of various ways of acting.
  174. Kikugoro the sixth played it with gestures of chasing a horse, without a dance, but Onitaro OKA criticized him for not dancing.
  175. Kikugoro was in competence with Kichiemon NAKAMURA I who performed Matsuzo, and combined with the lines made up of the famous meter, their exchange was so extreme as though they were having a big argument.
  176. Kikugoro was such a perfectionist that he took the trouble to ask the relevant people of the Me-gumi firefighter brigade to make the stage setting of Tatsugoro's place.
  177. Kikuhime YOSHIHIRO
  178. Kikuhime YOSHIHIRO (date of birth: unknown - date of death: December 4, 1595) was a lady from a samurai family who lived from the end of the Sengoku period (period of warring states) to the Azuchi Momoyama Period.
  179. Kikuichimonji Ingin: These Chogin were presented to Ieyasu TOKUGAWA by a craftsman of Nanryoza, Sakai City in 1598 when Ieyasu was planning to produce Keicho Chogin coins.
  180. Kikuichimonji swords are a fiction created with Norimune's swords as the model.
  181. Kikujido (The Boy with Chrysanthemums)
  182. Kikujin' is the color of Aspergillus oryzae.
  183. Kikujiro ONOE
  184. Kikujiro ONOE the First
  185. Kikujiro ONOE the Fourth
  186. Kikujiro ONOE the Second
  187. Kikujiro ONOE the Third
  188. Kikujiro ONOE was a name used by Kabuki actors.
  189. Kikujiro SAIGO, Torataro's illegitimate older half-brother, served as Yilan (Taiwan) Branch Office Governor, Mayor of Kyoto City and so on.
  190. Kikuka Sho (Japanese St. Leger)
  191. Kikuka-monsho/Kikka-monsho (crest of Chrysanthemum)
  192. Kikuka-monsho/Kikka-monsho is a crest modeled on the Chrysanthemum blossom.
  193. Kikuko, Princess Norihito of Takamado
  194. Kikumasamune Shuzo Kinenkan (Higashi-Nada Ward, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture)
  195. Kikumon (crest of Chrysanthemum): it was the crest given by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI to Masamune (while some suggest that the crest may be given by the Emperor).
  196. Kikumon of the imperial families
  197. Kikunae IKEDA discovered in 1908 that the main constituent of umami extracted from kelp, which had been used for cooking from old times, was glutamic acid.
  198. Kikuno appears to feel pity for Gengobe and Koman also appears to feel guilty for the situation.
  199. Kikunojo ONOE
  200. Kikunojo ONOE (First Generation)
  201. Kikunojo ONOE (Second Generation)
  202. Kikunojo ONOE inherited the name of the Onoe school of traditional Japanese dance.
  203. Kikunojo SEGAWA
  204. Kikunojo SEGAWA (the fifth)
  205. Kikunojo SEGAWA (the first)
  206. Kikunojo SEGAWA (the fourth)
  207. Kikunojo SEGAWA (the second)
  208. Kikunojo SEGAWA (the seventh)
  209. Kikunojo SEGAWA (the sixth)
  210. Kikunojo SEGAWA (the third)
  211. Kikunojo SEGAWA III
  212. Kikunojo SEGAWA is a myoseki (professional name) of kabuki actor.
  213. Kikunomae
  214. Kikunomae (year of birth unknown - April 24, 1585) was the lawful wife of Tokinari YAMADA, the lord of Yamada-jo Castle.
  215. Kikunomae fled the castle accompanied by the chief retainer Shinzaemon YAMADA who was killed when he defended her front, and hid in the mountain called Hanamidoya.
  216. Kikunosuke ONOE
  217. Kikunosuke ONOE (the fifth)
  218. Kikunosuke ONOE (the first)
  219. Kikunosuke ONOE (the fourth)
  220. Kikunosuke ONOE (the second)
  221. Kikunosuke ONOE (the third)
  222. Kikunosuke ONOE is a Kabuki (traditional drama performed by male actors) actor's professional name.
  223. Kikuo AWAYA
  224. Kikuo AWAYA (October 31, 1922 - October 11, 2006) was a Nohgakushi (Noh actor) playing shite (the principal roles) of Kita-ryu school.
  225. Kikuo TOMOEDA
  226. Kikuo TOMOEDA (September 25, 1908 - January 3, 1996) was a Noh performer in the Kita school who was active in the Showa period.
  227. Kikuo-maru
  228. Kikuo-maru was a pageboy of TAIRA no Noritsune who appears on Heike Monogatari (The Tale of the Heike).
  229. Kikuo-maru was a young man, 18 years old, who had served Noritsune's elder brother, Michimori, and Noritsune stopped fighting to mourn the death of Kikuo-maru.
  230. Kikuo-maru was the childhood name of the following people.
  231. Kikuo-maru, a page to Noritsune, ran up to Tsugunobu SATO to cut off his head, but Tadanobu SATO, Tsugunobu's younger brother, shot him down.
  232. Kikusaka Dogen Shakuya scene
  233. Kikusaka Dogen Shakuya scene*
  234. Kikusaka Mekurame Nagaya scene
  235. Kikusaka Mekurame Nagaya scene*
  236. Kikusui
  237. Kikusui boko (decorative float named after "Kikusui no I" well)
  238. Kikutake OHARA
  239. Kikutei bunko (Kikutei library)
  240. Kikutei family
  241. Kikuzake (Japanese sake with chrysanthemum blooms)
  242. Kikuzake was widely accepted as medicinal liquor which was good for eye troubles and female disorders during the Edo period.
  243. Kikuzake, kikunosekku (festival or chrysanthemum)
  244. Kikyo and Ranmaru are there at the time, and after their mediation Harunaga resigns himself allowing Mitsuhide to meet him.
  245. Kikyo' (Chinese bellflower) is the Mitsuhide family crest.
  246. Kikyo-Mon 'Kikyo,' Karasu-mon 'Karasu' and so on.
  247. Kikyo-no-sato (flower park)
  248. Kikyo: Iwajiro NAKAYAMA
  249. Kikyoku (cabinet for Senchado)
  250. Kikyoku (cabinet for sencha tea ceremony utensils)
  251. Kikyoku is a tea utensil used in Senchado (Japanese tea ceremony using Sencha [brewed green tea]).
  252. Kil-chun YU was asked his opinion on diplomatic policies of Korea for his wide variety of knowledge on international law.
  253. Kill Bill
  254. Kill me now, and take me before the Shogun for one last meeting,' and with that was struck down.
  255. Kill me now.' Yoshihira was then decapitated.
  256. Killed by mistake theory
  257. Killed in punitive expedition of uprising of Ikko sect followers in Nagashima in 1574.
  258. Killing a hereditary master cannot be justified and I don't see any praiseworthiness in what he did.'
  259. Kim Chang Soo established the 'Dr. Wani Commendation Association.'
  260. Kim Chang Soo published the 'Yeongam County as Wani's birthplace' theory.
  261. Kimae-go (木前郷)
  262. Kimariji (a term used for Hyakunin Isshu play cards)
  263. Kimariji is a term used for Hyakunin Isshu play cards (a game based on a famous poetry anthology, One Hundred Poems by One Hundred Poets); when a card of the first half of a poem is read out, players compete to take a matching card of the last half, and Kimariji means the first several letters of poems with which players can be sure which card to take.
  264. Kimbell Art Museum (Fort Worth, USA) - Standing Statue of Shaka Nyorai
  265. Kimchi (Republic of Korea and Democratic People's Republic of Korea)
  266. Kimchi is produced using a fermentation process, but can be made in a method similar to the asazuke recipe of blending hakusai (Napa cabbage) and seasoning.
  267. Kimekomi Ningyo dolls
  268. Kimekomi dolls were introduced to Edo during the Shotoku era, and some improvements were made to them.
  269. Kimekomi ningyo (wooden dolls)
  270. Kimekomi ningyo is a type of wooden doll.
  271. Kimenzan had been a retained wrestler of the Tokushima clan since joining the Makuchi rank and he was a strong wrestler once called Shitenno (The Big Four) of Awa together with Jinmaku; and Jinmaku was of the Satsuma clan which was building on the momentum at the end of the Edo period.
  272. Kimi no Kotachi
  273. Kimi no Kotachi was a government official of the late Nara Period and his name was recorded in "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicle of Japan Continued).
  274. Kimiga miyo oba yachiyo tozo naku'" in the first vocal section is a double meaning of 'chiyo' which means eternity and the sound made by a chidori (plover).
  275. Kimiga miyo oba yachiyo tozo naku...' is repeated, the beginning of the introduction appears, and tegoto starts after a while.
  276. Kimigayo (Japan's national anthem)
  277. Kimigayo (Reign of Your Majesty)
  278. Kimigayo as Japan's National Anthem
  279. Kimigayo as a waka
  280. Kimigayo contains lyrics based on a waka poem written in the Heian period which are sung to a melody composed by Hiromori HAYASHI during the Meiji period, since which time it has been considered to be the national anthem.
  281. Kimigayo is Japan's National Anthem.
  282. Kimigayo until it became Japan's National Anthem
  283. Kimihide TOKUDAIJI is famous as an art critic.
  284. Kimii-dera Temple (Wakayama City, Wakayama Prefecture)
  285. Kimiko SAIONJI also entered the imperial court as Emperor Gofukakusa's empress.
  286. Kimiko YOSHIMI
  287. Kimiko YOSHIMI is a Japanese painter of suibokuga (ink-wash painting).
  288. Kimimasa YURI, Shizoku of Tsuruga Prefecture
  289. Kimimasa was inherited by Sanekane SANJONISHI, and Sanekane also worked hard in developing the art of fragrance.
  290. Kimimasa's wife is Princess Kuninomiya Nobuko, a younger sister of Empress Kojun.
  291. Kiminori SANJO
  292. Kiminori SANJO (Sometimes called 'Kinnori') (1103 - August 19, 1160) was a court noble in the late Heian period and the head of the Sanjo family, Kanin line of the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan.
  293. Kiminori SANJO, the Naidaijin (Minister of the Center), had been close with Shinzei, and was enraged at Nobuyori's tyranny, so he contacted Tsunemune and Korekata of the Nijo direct rule faction to plot his overthrow.
  294. Kiminosuke KAMEI
  295. Kiminosuke KAMEI (years of birth and death unknown) was a member of the Miburoshigumi (Mibu masterless warriors group) which was the forerunner of the Shinsengumi (literally, the newly selected corps, referring to a special police force for the Tokugawa regime).
  296. Kiminosuke KAMEI: Left the group by July 1863
  297. Kiminosuke joined the Miburoshigumi in around June or July, 1863, as his name appeared in a 'List of Signers for Official Documents Submitted to the Shogunate' ('Bakufu Teishutsu Josho Shomeisha Ichiran' in Japanese) which was dated July 10, 1863.
  298. Kimio NAKANISHI
  299. Kimio NAKANISHI (1843 - 1918) was a geisha girl in the Gion Kobu district.
  300. Kimio NAKANISHI, a geisha in the teahouse "Uoshina" on the Yamato-oji-dori Street, is known to have kept anti-shogunate samurai from being caught by the Shinsengumi.
  301. Kimisuke FUJIWARA, child of FUJIWARA no Narichika, became an adopted child of Suekuni SHIGENOI and established the family.
  302. Kimite looked back on this war and wrote a book titled 'Wanibe no Omi Kimite Ki.'
  303. Kimitezuri
  304. Kimitezuri is believed to live in Niraikanai paradise (located deep in the sea, beyond the sea, or underground), and to take possession of the Kikoe Okimi (chief-priestesses) during the enthronement ceremony of a new king.
  305. Kimitezuri is commonly regarded as a guardian god of the Ryukyu Kingdom that rules the sea and the sun.
  306. Kimitoki HOJO, Tokiaki's son, sided with them, which came to light in a while.
  307. Kimiyori counterattacked at Kamachi-jo Castle against the army of FUJIWARA no Suminori, the younger brother of Sumimoto, who destroyed Dazai-fu and invaded Yanagawa during Rebellion of FUJIWARA no Sumitomo.
  308. Kimiyori was promoted to Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade) in 925, and became a Sangi (consultant) in 928.
  309. Kimiyori was the son of TACHIBANA no Hiromi, who held the title of Zon Chunagon (vice-councilor of state, given posthumously) and was a sixth generation descendant of TACHIBANA no Moroe.
  310. Kimiyuki MORI points out that the followings can be said as far as carefully reading "Nihonshoki" (refer to Mori 1998 pp.66-68.).
  311. Kimko HAYASHI
  312. Kimmtsu SANJO (June 18, 1828 - March 9, 1854) was Kugyo (court noble) in the late Edo period.
  313. Kimmutsu SANJO
  314. Kimoiri (Kanazawa City and other region)
  315. Kimomiji (yellow autumn leaves): While the right side is yellow, the reverse side is suo.
  316. Kimon
  317. Kimon (demons' gate) means the direction of the northeast (ushi-tora; between the Ox (second sign of Chinese zodiac which means north-northeast) and the Tiger (third sign of Chinese zodiac which means east-northeast)).
  318. Kimon in Everyday Language
  319. Kimono
  320. Kimono Sleeves' literally means 'sleeves of kimono' but this word indicates a form of sleeves of Western clothing and not the sleeves of Wafuku.
  321. Kimono Sleeves' means a loose and big sleeve that seamlessly continues the body of the garment.
  322. Kimono fabrics shops specializing in low-priced second-hand Wafuku have been emerging.
  323. Kimono favored by ladies from Samurai society at that time was said to be `Oyashiki fu' (Buke style).
  324. Kimono for males and children generally do not have Kurikoshi.
  325. Kimono originally has a simple meaning of 'things to wear' as the Chinese characters indicate, i.e., '着' wear '物' thing.
  326. Kimono pattern for a sleeve
  327. Kimono sometimes generally indicates a form of clothing the sides of which overlap in front that is widely seen in East Asia as well as indicating Japanese Wafuku.
  328. Kimono with floral and geometric patterns which is called 'Taisho Roman' or 'Showa Modern' or kimono with Art Deco-conscious design have been reassessed due to the recent boom of retro fashion.
  329. Kimono-like 'Yakko Dress' came into fashion under the influence of Sadayakko who entered the society circles of Paris.
  330. Kimosui
  331. Kimosui (Eel Liver Soup)
  332. Kimosui (a clear soup with eel guts) is often served along with it.
  333. Kimosui is a clear soup containing the guts of eel as a main ingredient.
  334. Kimosui is usually a clear soup "sumashi-jiru", without miso (soybean paste) or other murky sauces but with such ingredients as fu (bread-like pieces of wheat gluten).
  335. Kimoto
  336. Kimoto (sake mash produced using a more traditional method)
  337. Kimoto is the oldest method among those used today and it takes lactobacillus from the air and allows it to produce lactic acid to get rid of undesirable bacteria and natural yeast.
  338. Kimoto-kei (Kimoto system)
  339. Kimoyaki
  340. Kimpusen-ji Temple (Yoshino-gun, Nara Prefecture) - the standing wooden statues of Zao Gongen (important cultural properties)
  341. Kimu Rokujo (Six articles about very important affairs of State)
  342. Kimu Rokujo is the agreement between the Emperor Meiji and Hirobumi ITO (Prime Minister and Minister of the Imperial Households), who represented the cabinet (Japan) in September 7, 1886.
  343. Kimu rokujo' was proposed by Ito in such surroundings to stipulate the relationship between the Emperor and the cabinet, whose contents the Emperor accepted with only a few conditions.
  344. Kimuko HAYASHI (1884 - 1967) was a dancer, author, social activist and a businesswoman.
  345. Kimune KYOGOKU
  346. Kimyo Jinjippomugeko Nyorai (帰命尽十方無碍光如来)
  347. Kimyo KUDARANOKONIKISHI: a daughter of Shuntetsu.
  348. Kimyo nari Hachiro (included in the book "Bakumatsu" written by Ryotaro SHIBA).
  349. Kimyo-dan is the ceremony to realize that rise of lives of all living things exists in the Three Thousand Realms Contained in One Mind which is the reason for Tendai.
  350. Kin
  351. Kin (Catty) is a weight unit in the East Asian system of weights and measures.
  352. Kin (a unit of weight in the East Asia system of weights and measures)
  353. Kin (inverted copper or iron bell shaped like a bowl (sounded when reciting sutras))
  354. Kin Butsudan
  355. Kin butsudan (golden alter) is recommended in Jodo Shinshu Sect.
  356. Kin was prevailed most widely in the period of the Northern and Southern Dynasties and soon declined, but it had been seen as the sole music instrument for Bunjin even in the recent times.
  357. Kin-chan: A customer
  358. Kin-gin Dei Shiki Soka-zu Shita-e Waka Kan (poem scroll with underpainting of plants of the four seasons) - Hatakeyama Memorial Museum of Fine Art
  359. Kin-gin Dei Tsuru-zu Shita-e Waka Kan (poem scroll with underpainting of cranes) - Kyoto National Museum
  360. Kin-no-Ma Compound
  361. Kin-teki
  362. Kin-za
  363. Kin-za nin (people in kin-za) received these bullions, which were cut off in a given weight and beaten out in a form of koban.
  364. Kin-za was a place or an organization in charge of casting or appraising and approving of gold coins in the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  365. Kinagashi
  366. Kinagashi (dressing kimono casually) is a style in which a man doesn't put on hakama (pleated and divided skirt made in fine stripes) when he wears wafuku (Japanese traditional clothes).
  367. Kinai
  368. Kinai (Kyoto/Osaka area)
  369. Kinai YASUI (After the death of Hidetsugu, he served Yukinaga ASANO, and at the Siege of Osaka, he joined the army of Tokugawa.)
  370. Kinai kanden in the Heian period
  371. Kinai possessed the same meaning as the national capital region at the present time.
  372. Kinai region
  373. Kinai region was land within 500 ri (ri is a Japanese distance unit; one ri = about 3.92 km) from the capital which was under direct control of an emperor).
  374. Kinai region: Mitsuhide AKECHI was appointed as commander in chief on the region, and Fujitaka HOSOKAWA and his son, Tadaoki HOSOKAWA, and Junkei TSUTSUI were assigned as yoriki.
  375. Kinai region: The army corps of Mitsuhide AKECHI
  376. Kinai style chipped points which imitated the stone sword of the ground stone tools in iron sword style was used as spear, sword and pike.
  377. Kinaki OGIMACHI
  378. Kinaki OGIMACHI (May 7, 1744-November 5, 1813) was kuge (a court noble) in the late Edo Period.
  379. Kinaki OGIMACHI in the Kansei Era was punished together with Naruchika NAKAYAMA for the Songo ikken (Songo Incident).
  380. Kinaki SAIONJI
  381. Kinaki SAIONJI (August 4, 1702 ? October 9, 1770) was Kugyo (a Court Noble) in the middle of Edo period.
  382. Kinaki SAIONJI (西園寺 公顕, 1274 - March 15, 1321) was a Kugyo (high court noble) in the late Kamakura period.
  383. Kinakira IMADEGAWA
  384. Kinakira IMADEGAWA (April 30, 1696 - March 21, 1731) was Kugyo (a Court noble) in the middle of the Edo period.
  385. Kinakira KAWABATA
  386. Kinakira KAWABATA (February 12, 1829 ? September 21, 1864) was a court noble of the end of the Edo period.
  387. Kinako (Soybean Flour)
  388. Kinako-mochi (abekawa-mochi) (roasted-soybean-powdered mochi)
  389. Kinako: It is soybean flour sweetened with sugar and used for coating dango.
  390. Kinan Mikan
  391. Kinari TOKUDAIJI
  392. Kinari TOKUDAIJI (March 7, 1422 - March 11, 1486) was a Kugyo (court noble) during the Muromachi period.
  393. Kinari TOKUDAIJI, Udaijin (minister of the right), Kyokaku (Tendai-zasu - the head priest of the Tendai sect), and Sonin (daisojo - a Buddhist priest of the highest order at Ninna-ji Temple) were his sons.
  394. Kinashi no Karu no Miko
  395. Kinataro SAKURAMA was his eldest son.
  396. Kinatsu SANJO
  397. Kinatsu SANJO (1439 - May 29, 1507) was a Kugyo (top court official) during the Muromachi period.
  398. Kinatsu SANJO (February 20, 1691 - October 12, 1726) was Kugyo (court noble) in the middle of the Edo period.
  399. Kinchaku (a dish wrapped with a sheet of fried soybean curd like a pouch)
  400. Kincho manju
  401. Kinchu narabini kuge shohatto (Law on the emperor and the court nobles)
  402. Kinchu narabini kuge shohatto (law on the emperor and the court nobles) was proclaimed by the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) to establish its relationships with the emperor and the court nobles.
  403. Kinchu narabini kuge shohatto is the epoch-making law in a certain sense.
  404. Kinchu narabini kuge shohatto' consists of 17 Articles, which were not revised until the end of the Edo period, unlike 'Buke shohatto' (Laws for the Military Houses).
  405. Kinchu narabini kuge shohatto' is concluded with the sentence 'the above-mentioned things should be observed.'
  406. Kind (maru-mochi and kaku-mochi)
  407. Kind of Shiokara
  408. Kindachi
  409. Kindachi-mono (literally "tale of a young noble") (such as "Tsunemasa," "Tomoakira," "Atsumori," "Atsumori IKUTA")
  410. Kindai shakaku seido (modern shrine ranking system)
  411. Kindai shakaku seido is a shrine ranking system that was newly established after the Meiji Restoration, being modeled after the system stipulated in the Engishiki (an ancient book for codes and procedures on national rites and prayers) under the ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code).
  412. Kindai shuka (Superior poems of our times)
  413. Kindei Eryoshi Bokusho Komei Tenno Shinkan Gyosei (autographed writing of poems and letters in Indian ink on gold painted paper by Emperor Komei)
  414. Kindei is painted on the body, and connected 卍 patterns, connected shippo patterns and connected asa no ha patterns and so on are provided on the robe.
  415. Kinden School
  416. Kinden school is the largest school of taishogoto (Taisho lyre) in Japan which have more than four hundred thousand members and more than ten thousand teachers throughout Japan.
  417. Kindergarten
  418. Kindergarten attached to BUKKYO University
  419. Kindergarten children with heavy makeup in kamishimo (samurai official costumes) parade in a kind of chigo-gyoretsu (a procession of small children).
  420. Kindergartens & Nursery Schools
  421. Kinds
  422. Kinds by Jihada (surface pattern)
  423. Kinds of Boshi (Temper line)
  424. Kinds of Bugaku
  425. Kinds of Geta
  426. Kinds of Japanese cuisines
  427. Kinds of Jiba effect (blade surface)
  428. Kinds of Kissaki (point of blade)
  429. Kinds of Sori (curvature)
  430. Kinds of Style
  431. Kinds of Tabi
  432. Kinds of Togashi
  433. Kinds of Traditional Craft Mark Certificate Stickers
  434. Kinds of Yasurime (file marks) of Nakago (core)
  435. Kinds of aburaage
  436. Kinds of anecdotes and oral traditions
  437. Kinds of freight handled
  438. Kinds of lavatory basins
  439. Kinds of liqueur such as citrus fruits shochu, shiso (Japanese basil) shochu, sea tangle shochu, tomato shochu etc., in which fruit juice and extracts of unique ingredients are mixed with generally existing group Ko, Otsu or mixed shochu.
  440. Kinds of manuscripts
  441. Kinds of rakugoka
  442. Kinds of schools
  443. Kinds of sekki
  444. Kinds of shamisen
  446. Kine OGIMACHISANJO (1494 - March 8, 1578) was a Kugyo (top court official) during the late Muromachi period (the Sengoku period (period of warring states)).
  447. Kine' possibly means 'shrine maiden.'
  448. Kineda SANJONISHI
  449. Kineda SANJONISHI (June 21, 1487 - December 27, 1563) was a court noble, poet and classical scholar during the Sengoku period (Period of Warring States).
  450. Kinekatsu notation
  451. Kinema Junpo
  452. Kinemon Kanehide OKANO
  453. Kinemon OKANO became Otsuya's boyfriend in order to acquire the pictorial map of the Kira Kozuke no Suke residence, since she was a daughter of the head of carpenters who was in charge of construction work at the Kira residence in Honjo.
  454. Kinen
  455. Kinen (incantation) is a traditional magic (spell) in Japan.
  456. Kinen Mirror having the name of West Jin Dynasty era
  457. Kinen Mirrors having the name of San Guo (Three Kingdoms) era
  458. Kinen mirrors with the name of era Wei dynasty (Three States Period)
  459. Kinen-sai festival and "Niiname-sai festival" (the ceremonial offering by the Emperor of newly-harvested rice to the deities, done in November) come as a pair.
  460. Kinenron (a way of counting years)
  461. Kinensai (prayer service for a good crop)
  462. Kinensai (prayer service for a good crop) Febrary 22
  463. Kinensai (the rites performed to pray for a bountiful harvest) (February 17)
  464. Kinfuji MUROMACHI assumed the post of shotencho, the chief of shotenshoku (the section of the Imperial Household Agency handling court rituals), in 1959 and dedicated himself to religious service in the imperial court.
  465. Kinfuji SAIONJI
  466. Kinfuji SAIONJI (1455-August 10, 1512) was Kugyo (top court official) during the Muromachi period.
  467. Kinfusa SANJO
  468. Kinfusa SANJO (1179 - September 23, 1249) was a Kugyo (court noble) who lived during the Kamakura period.
  469. Kinfusa SANJO was his older brother and Kiminobu ANEGAKOJI was his older sister.
  470. Kinfusa TOKUDAIJI
  471. Kinfusa TOKUDAIJI (1537 - June 12, 1588) was a Kugyo (court noble), who lived between the end of the Muromachi period to the Azuchi-Momoyama period.
  472. Kinfusa TOKUDAIJI, Naidaijin (minister of the interior), was his adopted son.
  473. King (O, miko, or okimi in ancient time) is one of the positions or titles of the Imperial family.
  474. King (of imperial family)
  475. King Bu presented documents to the emperor of China, depicting achievements in the unification of the Wa Sate, and detailing episodes of struggle, in the long history to unify, generation after generation, in Wa's ancestral past.
  476. King Edward VIII is the only king from the House of Windsor to have abdicated.
  477. King Georgios II (King of Greek) exiled himself.
  478. King Munmu
  479. King Munmu (year of birth unknown - 681) was the 30th king of the Korean kingdom of Silla (reigned from 661 to 681), whose family name was Kim and given name was Beopmin.
  480. King Munseong was going to marry Bogo JANG's daughter following the late King's promise, but cancelled it because of his retainers' objection toward Bogo JANG's low birth; resenting this, Bogo JANG launched a rebellion.
  481. King SHO Tai
  482. King SHO Tai (August 3, 1843 - August 19, 1901) was a King of the Ryukyu Kingdom, the 19th of the line of the Second Sho Dynasty.
  483. King Sei, who was enthroned in the early part of the sixth century, was conferred 'Jisetsu, Totoku, Military affairs of Baekje, Suito Shogun, Kudarao' (持節・都督・百済諸軍事・綏東将軍・百済王) by Han Wudi of the Liang of Southern Dynasty of China and held out against Koguryo with Silla at first.
  484. King Sinmu promised to make Bogo JANG's daughter a princess if he succeeded in taking the throne but died suddenly six months after his enthronement.
  485. King Wakatakeru (Emperor Yuryaku), who is often identified as the last wabu of the five kings of Wa, is surmised to have used the title of amenoshitashiroshimesu okimi within Japan.
  486. King Zenko who stayed in Japan ended up to be the only one to pass on the royal family line of Baekje.
  487. King of Japan (Nihon Kokuo)
  488. Kinga INOUE
  489. Kinga INOUE (1732-August 1, 1784) was a Japanese Confucianist who lived in the mid-Edo period.
  490. Kinga died at the age of 53.
  491. Kinga extracted only the good points from the thoughts of four major Confucianists: Chu His, Yomei O (Wang Yangming), Jinsai ITO and Sorai OGYU, so as to incorporate them into his own Secchugaku.
  492. Kinga left a few Chinese-style landscape paintings (san shui painting) and paintings of bamboo and orchid.
  493. Kinga narrowly escaped from being implicated in the incident, but had to be considerable enough to resign from the Seijukan.
  494. Kinga often suffered from fires and others, and he had moved, in total, 17 times through his whole life.
  495. Kinga studied Kogigaku (study of pursuing ancient meanings of Confucius and Mencius based on their original texts, by Jinsai ITO's Ancient Meaning school) under Yuho and Shushigaku (Neo-Confucianism) and Kobunjigaku (the study of archaic words and phrases) under Randai, thus established a school of Secchugaku (eclecticism).
  496. Kinga was a skilful horseman, and when he served the Lord of Soma Domain, he reportedly tamed a raging horse, so that he rode and broke it at will, thereby astounding onlookers.
  497. Kinga was born at the residence of Kasama Domain which was located at Hyakunin-cho Ward, Aoyama, Edo, and stayed in Kasama during infancy.
  498. Kinga's ancestry can be traced back to a samurai family of Shinano Province, and one of his ancestors called Daizen, who was of nine generations ahead of Kinga, was a retainer of Nobunaga ODA and reportedly killed in battle at Honno-ji Temple.
  499. Kinga's real name was Tatemoto (or Tatsumoto or Tachimoto or Ryugen), and his azana (Chinese courtesy name which was, historically, the name formerly given to adult Chinese men, used in place of their given name in formal situations; scholars and the literati of Japan adopted this custom of courtesy name) was Junkei or Junkyo (which could be written either as "順卿" or "純卿" in Japanese), and his common name was Bunpei (or Fumihira or Fumihei).
  500. Kingdom Hall, Omiya-dori Street Nishi Iri
  501. Kingdom of Goryeo that unified the Korean Peninsula in the 10th century mostly copied from the Tang Luri in order to establish Luli of its own.
  502. Kingdom of Thailand
  503. Kingdom of Thailand (It is related to the custom of biting betel plant and betel palm together.)
  504. Kingin Denso no Karatachi (a Chinese-style sword)
  505. Kingin Heidatsu Hai no Hakkakukyo (mirror decorated with gold and silver)
  506. Kingin Hyomon no Kin
  507. Kingin no Kaban (a flower-shape, legged dish)
  508. Kinginai-e Shojumon Futamono (Covered ceramic container with pine tree illustration in gold, silver and indigo blue) (Idemitsu Museum of Art: important cultural property)
  509. Kingo NAKAMURA
  510. Kingo NAKAMURA (year of birth and death unknown) was a member of Mibu-Roshigumi (Mibu gang of masterless warriors) and Shinsengumi (special police force who guarded Kyoto during the end of Tokugawa Shogunate).
  511. Kingo NAKAMURA: Left the group by June 1867
  512. Kingo TATSUNO was one of the first graduates of the university.
  513. Kingo UEDA: Deserted the group by June 1864?
  514. Kingo jisho (deputy Kingo),
  515. Kingo koi,
  516. Kingoro Eishu HOSHO, the Ninth head of the school, was his uncle.
  517. Kings in Korea
  518. Kings' (and Guno, a second highest rank of the court rank in China) existed as monarchs in reign of one region/one race under the emperor.
  519. Kings, Gozoku (local ruling family), and high-ranked nobility demanded luxurious exterior decoration for their favorite swords that suit their ranks.
  520. Kingyo (goldfish) vendor
  521. Kingyo Sukui (goldfish scooping)
  522. Kingyoku Wakashu (Gold gems poetry collection)
  523. Kingyoku Wakashu is a personal collection of poetry written in the mid Heian period.
  524. Kingyokushochusho (The book of treasure in the hand)
  525. Kingyokushochusho is a law book written by NAKAHARA no Norizumi (Norizumi NAKAHARA) in the end of the Kamakura Period.
  526. Kingyozake
  527. Kingyozake is a familiar name of sake which is so weak that a kingyo (goldfish) can swim in it.
  528. Kingyu-in Temple
  529. Kinharu OGIMACHISANJO
  530. Kinharu OGIMACHISANJO (1441 - April 16, 1495) was a Kugyo (top court official) during the Muromachi period.
  531. Kinhiko IMADEGAWA
  532. Kinhiko IMADEGAWA (1506 - March 11, 1578) was a kugyo (court noble) who lived during the latter half of the Muromachi period (Sengoku period - period of warring states in Japan).
  533. Kinhira SAIONJI
  534. Kinhira SAIONJI (1264 - October 31, 1315) was a kugyo (high-ranking court official) during the late Kamakura period.
  535. Kinhiro SAIONJI
  536. Kinhiro SAIONJI was a Sengoku daimyo (Japanese territorial lord in the Sengoku period) in Iyo Province.
  537. Kinhiro SANJO
  538. Kinhiro SANJO, the second son of Kinkuni SANJONISHI, the biological elder brother of Sanetsuna, succeeded the Sanjo family.
  539. Kinhiro SANJONISHI was his younger brother.
  540. Kinhiro became the husband of Nishi-hime Princess, a daughter of Sanemitsu to take over as head of the family.
  541. Kinhisa HANAZONO was his son.
  542. Kinhisa IMADEGAWA
  543. Kinhisa IMADEGAWA (July 9, 1806 - September 27, 1836) was a kugyo (court noble) during the late Edo period.
  544. Kinhisa worked as the Governor of Kofu Prefecture, but returned the peerage in January 1913.
  545. Kinin date
  546. Kinin date is also a procedure used to serve tea for nobilities.
  547. Kinin kiyotsugu
  548. Kinin kiyotsugu is a procedure for serving tea to nobilities and their accompanying servants.
  549. Kinito TOKUDAIJI
  550. Kinito TOKUDAIJI (December 22, 1821-November 5, 1883) was Kugyo (the top court officials) in the end of the Edo period (Dainagon [Major Counselor] and later Naidaijin [minister of the center] and Udaijin [minister of the right]).
  551. Kinji FUKASAKU
  552. Kinji FUKASAKU (July 3, 1930 ? January 12, 2003) was a Japanese movie director.
  553. Kinji FUKASAKU's birthday.
  554. Kinji SHINODA the third, a son of Gohei NAMIKI the third succeeded to Gohei NAMIKI the fourth, after calling himself Goryu NAMIKI.
  555. Kinji-Hokkekyo (gold Lotus Sutra): 5th scroll
  556. Kinji-jinja Shrine in Kashima City, Saga Prefecture performs yabusame for the 'Uma-kake (horse run) Shinji' in November.
  557. Kinjiro TAKEDA and 110 other members who were determined to be exiled to a remote island were taken to the Obama Domain and suspended.
  558. Kinjiro TAKEUCHI, who ran back the other day, also talked that their hardships were so extreme, for example, as to have used hard tree chips for bullets for small guns.
  559. Kinjo (今上) is the kanji (Chinese characters) representing 'imanoue' of yamato-kotoba (words of Japanese origin) and is the word meaning the current mikado (emperor) as with seijo (聖上) derived from kango (words of Chinese origin).
  560. Kinjo OOTA wrote "Sandenkoho" (supplement to Sandenko) to supplement the book.
  561. Kinjo Tenno (the present emperor)
  562. Kinjo Tenno (the present emperor) is the name indicating the person who is on the throne at the time.
  563. Kinjo no Mikado
  564. Kinjo no Mikado (The Reigning Emperor)
  565. Kinjo no Mikado (the emperor regnant) can also be pronounced as Kinjo-tei.
  566. Kinjo no Mikado corresponds to Kinjo Tenno (the reigning Emperor of Japan).
  567. Kinjo no Mikado decided to marry Nioumiya to Roku no kimi, a daughter of Yugiri, in order to stop his trip.
  568. Kinjo-Tenno was also called Togin no Mikado, and retired Daijo-Tenno was shortly called Joko, and was also called 'Sento' or 'In.'
  569. Kinju (attendants) - Morihito YAMAYOSHI (30 koku with salary for 5 servants), Kurobe NAGAMATSU (7 ryo with salary for 3 servants), Yasumura SHINGAI (6 ryo), Sadanoshin AMANO (6 ryo), Asaemon SUZUKI (5 ryo), Jiemon TAKAHASHI (10 ryo)
  570. Kinjuza
  571. Kinka Rinzetsu' (an exceptional and extraordinary performance practices of Gagaku)
  572. Kinkado OGIMACHISANJO
  573. Kinkado OGIMACHISANJO (April 28, 1649 - September 30, 1671) was a kugyo (court noble) during the early Edo period.
  574. Kinkafu (music for Japanese harp)
  575. Kinkage ANEGAKOJI
  576. Kinkage ANEGAKOJI (October 26, 1602 - January 21, 1652) was a court noble in the early Edo period.
  577. Kinkage ANEGAKOJI, the son of Saneaki ANO of the Kanin line established a new Anegakoji family in 1613 (note that the Ano family was ruined like the Anegakoji family (1) after supporting the southern dynasty, but subsequently managed to recover power).
  578. Kinkage OGIMACHI (an adopted son of Tamekane KYOGOKU), FUJIWARA no Tamemoto, and Tamehide REIZEI were chosen as members of the compiling work.
  579. Kinkai
  580. Kinkai Wakashu
  581. Kinkai Wakashu (The Golden Pagoda-Tree Collection of Japanese Poetry)
  582. Kinkai Wakashu is MINAMOTO no Sanetomo's private anthology in the early Kamakura Period.
  583. Kinkaiwakashu is the collection of his personal poetry.
  584. Kinkaku
  585. Kinkaku (Shariden Hall)
  586. Kinkaku (golden pavilion) of Rokuon-ji Temple (Shinden-zukuri style + Zen sect), Ginkaku (silver pavilion) of Jisho-ji Temple (Shoin-zukuri style [a traditional residential style of Japanese architecture that includes a display alcove known as tokonoma] + Zen Buddha hall)
  587. Kinkaku Fumido (Nakamaro Hall)
  588. Kinkaku is a main building of the garden that was constructed to face the pond, and making it possible to look down on the garden from a lofty building, a new way to appreciate the garden, and traffic was possible between Kinkaku and Tenkyo-kaku.
  589. Kinkaku is one of "Kyoto's three great pavilions" along with Ginkaku (Jisho-ji Temple Kannonden Hall) and Hiunkaku (West-Hongan-ji Temple).
  590. Kinkaku-ji Temple (Rokuon-ji Temple)
  591. Kinkaku-ji Temple and Ginkaku-ji Temple are affiliated.
  592. Kinkaku-ji-gaki
  593. Kinkakuji (The Temple of the Golden Pavilion, Novel)
  594. Kinkakuji Store
  595. Kinkan or chochin: immature egg in the internals
  596. Kinkane SAIONJI
  597. Kinkane SAIONJI (year of birth unknown-July 1417) was Kugyo (court noble) who lived from the period of the Northern and Southern Courts to the Muromachi period.
  598. Kinkane SANJO
  599. Kinkane SANJO (September 20, 1679 - 1740) was Kugyo (court noble) in the middle of the Edo period.
  600. Kinkata TOIN
  601. Kinkata TOIN (1291 - April 21, 1360) was a court noble who lived in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts.
  602. Kinkata TOIN, the fourth generation of the family, was promoted to Grand Minister, authored "Kodaireki" (a chronicle) and "Entairyaku" (a journal written by Kinkata), and is also said to be the author of "Shugaisho" (a book including maps).
  603. Kinkato (traditional sugar confectionary)
  604. Kinkato (traditional sugar confections), originated from aruheito, is a sugar confectionery and models lucky charm such as sea bream and so on and is popular as dagashi (cheap sweets).
  605. Kinkazu SAIONJI, who was a former member of the House of Councilors and worked to improve ties between China and Japan, is the eldest son of Hachiro SAIONJI and the eldest brother of Haruko and Fujio.
  606. Kinkazu SHIGENOI
  607. Kinkazu SHIGENOI (December 19, 1733 - October 23, 1781) was a noble who lived in the middle of Edo Period.
  608. Kinkazu TOIN, Gon Dainagon (a provisional chief councilor of state), was his son.
  609. Kinkei ? Front is a Gold General (kinsho), back is a Knight (keima)
  610. Kinkei no ma shiko
  611. Kinkei no ma shiko is one of the licenses of the Imperial Court defined under the Constitution of the Empire of Japan.
  612. Kinkei no ma was originally one of the rooms of Kyoto Imperial Palace, Gogakumon no ma (the study room).
  613. Kinketsu' means the inner court of the Imperial Palace (Old Imperial Palace in Kyoto).
  614. Kinki
  615. Kinki Finance Bureau, satellite office
  616. Kinki Japan Railway (Kintetsu) Kintetsu Kyoto Line
  617. Kinki Nippon Railway
  618. Kinki Nippon Railway Co., Ltd.
  619. Kinki Nippon Railway Company (Kintetsu Railway) - Kyoto Line
  620. Kinki Nippon Railway Kintetsu Kashihara line to Kintetsu Koriyama Station => Get off at Nara Kotsu 'Jiko-in'
  621. Kinki Nippon Tourist Co., Ltd
  622. Kinki Region
  623. Kinki Region (Kinai - counties near Kyoto)
  624. Kinki Regional Development Bureau, Maizuru Ports Office
  625. Kinki Regional Invention Center (same as above)
  626. Kinki Revolution Coup
  627. Kinki Shoga-zu (Reido-in subtemple of Kennin-ji Temple, Kyoto) Important Cultural Property, Entrusted to Kyoto National Museum
  628. Kinki Shoga-zu (four accomplishments celebrated as pastimes of the elite-playing the instrument Kin, playing Chinese chess, practicing calligraphy and painting) (Myoshin-ji Temple, Kyoto) Important Cultural Property, Entrusted to Kyoto National Museum
  629. Kinki region
  630. Kinki region, or the central part of western Japan.
  631. Kinki, Chugoku and Shikoku regions: Sanukite is produced in the Mt. Nijo in Nara Prefecture (Nara Prefecture and Osaka Prefecture), Goshikidai mountain range in Kagawa Prefecture as well as Mt. Kana, Sanuki City in Kagawa Prefecture.
  632. Kinkichi NAKATA
  633. Kinkichi NAKATA (January 6, 1865 - February 20, 1926) was the fourth chief director of Sumitomo.
  634. Kinkin EGI
  635. Kinkin EGI (January 30, 1877 - February 20, 1930) was a wife of Makoto (his name can also be pronounced Chu) EGI who was a law scholar in the Meiji period.
  636. Kinkishoga (playing a zither, go [a kind of chess], calligraphic works and paintings)
  637. Kinkiyo TOKUDAIJI
  638. Kinkiyo TOKUDAIJI (1312 - July 29, 1360) was a kugyo (court noble) who lived from the Kamakura period to the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (in Japan).
  639. Kinko (golden foxes) and Ginko (silver foxes), which are a type of Yoko (foxes which have mysterious power to bewitch humans), are believed to be akin to Dakiniten, while foxes enshrined in Inari-jinja Shrine are mostly white.
  640. Kinko school honkyoku
  641. Kinkonmyo-ji Temple's appearance had not been maintained since its predecessor temple, began expanding its scale before constructing the Great Buddha as the principal image.
  642. Kinkoto IMADEGAWA
  643. Kinkoto IMADEGAWA (September 14, 1738 - October 7, 1776) was Kugyo (a Court noble) in the middle of the Edo period.
  644. Kinma: Lacquerwares made in Thailand and Myanmar characterized by the fine line engraving pattern.
  645. Kinmasu SAIONJI
  646. Kinmasu SAIONJI (May 22, 1582-April 8, 1640) was Kugyo (top court official) who lived from the Azuchi-Momoyama to the early Edo period.
  647. Kinmichi OGIMACHI
  648. Kinmichi OGIMACHI (August 19, 1653-August 21, 1733) was a kuge (court noble) in the mid-Edo period.
  649. Kinmichi TOKUDAIJI
  650. Kinmichi TOKUDAIJI who was also known as Kinnari TOKUDAIJI (July 30, 1771 - September 12, 1811) was Kugyo (a Court Noble) in the late Edo period.
  651. Kinmitsu SAIONJI
  652. Kinmitsu SAIONJI (1622 - September 4, 1651) was Kugyo (a Court Noble) in the early Edo period.
  653. Kinmochi SAIONJI
  654. Kinmochi SAIONJI (December 7, 1849 - November 24, 1940) was a noble in the Japanese Court and a politician.
  655. Kinmochi SAIONJI mentioned, 'We invited Neo-Confucian scholars and Confucians of Mitogaku (the scholarship and academic traditions that arose in the Mito Domain) as teachers, and some of them were famous as good writers.
  656. Kinmochi SAIONJI was born as the second son of the Tokudaiji Family, which is one of the Seigake Families, but at the age of 4 he was adopted by the Saionji Family, which also belonged to the Seigake Family, and he took over as the head of the family.
  657. Kinmochi SAIONJI, who served as the prime minister twice and was designated as Genro (unofficial advisor to the emperor) after retirement from Meiji through Taisho Period, was the child of Kinito TOKUDAIJI,.
  658. Kinmon Gosan no Kiri (Sanmon Gosan no Kiri)
  659. Kinmon nishiki
  660. Kinmoto MUROMACHI served as a member of the House of Lords.
  661. Kinmoto SAIONJI
  662. Kinmoto SAIONJI (西園寺 公基, 1220 - January 19, 1275) was a Kugyo (high court noble) in the Kamakura period.
  663. Kinmune SAIONJI
  664. Kinmune SAIONJI (born 1310, died August 28, 1335) was a court noble from the end of the Kamakura Period to the Kenmu Restoration.
  665. Kinmune and Yasuie plotted to overthrow the new government by inviting Emperor Godaigo to a Saionji family's mountain villa (which later became Rokuon-ji Temple) for assassination, and by helping Emperor Gofushimi achieve the throne.
  666. Kinmune failed his attempted assassination of Emperor Godaigo and was subsequently executed, but Yasuie escaped and began calling together the remnants of the Hojo's military forces from all over the land.
  667. Kinmura TOKUDAIJI
  668. Kinmura TOKUDAIJI (December 7, 1729 - August 19, 1782) was Kugyo (a Court Noble) in the middle Edo period.
  669. Kinmutsu SANJO and Sanetomi SANJO were his brothers; Kazuhime who was engaged to Toyoatsu YAMAUCHI, and Mine who was the lawful wife of Yoshikuni HOSOKAWA, were his sisters.
  670. Kinna SAIONJI
  671. Kinna SAIONJI (1410 - June 21, 1468) was a Kugyo (high court noble) in the Muromachi period.
  672. Kinnaga SAIONJI
  673. Kinnaga SAIONJI (1353-September 2, 1390) was Kugyo top court official) during the period of the Northern and Southern Courts.
  674. Kinnao IMADEGAWA
  675. Kinnao IMADEGAWA (1335 - June 1396) was a kugyo (court noble) who lived during the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan) and Muromachi period.
  676. Kinnao IMADEGAWA, Sadaijin (minister of the left), was his older brother.
  677. Kinnara (Kimnara)
  678. Kinnaru SHIMIZUDANI
  679. Kinnaru SHIMIZUDANI (October 6, 1845-December 31, 1882) was kuge (a court noble) who lived in the end of the Edo period.
  680. Kinnatsu became a monk in Harima Province and was succeeded by his adopted grandson Sanekatsu HASHIMOTO, but Sanekatsu died a violent death in 1588 and the family line was terminated.
  681. Kinnikuman
  682. Kinnikuman traveled back in time to the Edo Period and fought against Shuten Doji.
  683. Kinnobu OGIMACHI
  684. Kinnobu OGIMACHI (September 14, 1514 - September 8, 1549) was a kuge in the Sengoku period (period of warring states) (Japan).
  685. Kinnobu SAIONJI
  686. Kinnobu SAIONJI (1625 - September 28, 1670) was Kuge (a Court Noble) in the early Edo period.
  687. Kinnobu TOKUDAIJI
  688. Kinnobu TOKUDAIJI (August 18, 1606-August 31, 1684) was a high-rank Court noble in the early Edo period.
  689. Kinnori IMAGAWA
  690. Kinnori IMAGAWA (February 25, 1638 - December 8, 1697) was Kugyo (court noble) in the early Edo period.
  691. Kinnori OGIMACHISANJO
  692. Kinnori OGIMACHISANJO (July 24, 1774 - October 18, 1800) was a Kugyo (top court official) during the Edo period.
  693. Kinnosuke KONGO
  694. Kinnosuke KONGO (1854 to 1923) was a Noh actor of the shite-kata Kongo school (one of the five schools of shite-kata [main roles]).
  695. Kinnosuke NAKAMURA
  696. Kinnosuke NAKAMURA (The second) (1959 - present)
  697. Kinnosuke NAKAMURA is the professional name of kabuki actors.
  698. Kinnosuke YOROZUYA (1932 - 1997)
  699. Kino Station
  700. Kino Station - Kyoto Seikadaimae Station - Nikenchaya Station (Kyoto Prefecture)
  701. Kino Station, located in the Sakyo ward of Kyoto City, is a stop on the Kurama Line of the Eizan-dentetsu (Eizan Electric Railway).
  702. Kino TAKAHASHI
  703. Kino-kawa River
  704. Kinoe refers to 'yang of wood.'
  705. Kinoenokonomatsu
  706. Kinoenokonomatsu (喜能會之故眞通)
  707. Kinojo (Ura)
  708. Kinoki IMADEGAWA
  709. Kinoki IMADEGAWA (1446 - March 10, 1514) was a kugyo (court noble) who lived during the Muromachi period.
  710. Kinoki IMADEGAWA, Sadaijin, was his son.
  711. Kinoko (literally "a child of tree") (Yokai [supernatural beings])
  712. Kinoko is a Yokai whose presence has been told in the Kinki area.
  713. Kinoko looks like a two/three-year old or three/four-year old child, wearing clothes made of leaves or blue clothes.
  714. Kinoko okowa (okowa with mushrooms)
  715. Kinoko, a kind of Yamawarawa (also known as Yamawaro) (It is thought that Kappa [a water spirit haunting many rivers]) transformed into Kinoko) which is a Yokai haunting in a mountain, appears in the mountainous areas or the mountains in Yoshino area in Nara Prefecture and Hyogo Prefecture.
  716. Kinokos usually play in groups.
  717. Kinokuni Bunza Daijinmai (The splendid banquet of Kinokuni Bunza)
  718. Kinokuni Unshu
  719. Kinomata no Kami was born to Okuninushi and his first wife, Yagami-Hime.
  720. Kinomata no kami
  721. Kinomata no kami is generally worshipped as kami of tree, kami of water and kami of a safe birth.
  722. Kinomidokyo (reading of the Great Perfection of Insight Sutra in spring and autumn)
  723. Kinomidokyo was a Buddhist service where priests were invited inside the Imperial Court in the spring and fall to selectively read Daihannyakyo (Great Perfection of Wisdom Sutra) to pray for the peace and security of the nation.
  724. Kinomidokyo was a court function performed during the Heian period.
  725. Kinomidokyo was established as an official function of the Imperial Court in 859, but by this time it had already been held as a 'Shikinomidokyo' (seasonal reading of the Great Perfection of Insight Sutra) throughout the year.
  726. Kinomoto-cho
  727. Kinomoto-jizo-in Temple (Joshin-ji Temple) (Kinomoto-cho, Ika-gun, Shiga Prefecture) - the three major Jizo-son in Japan, Kamakura period
  729. Kinosa OGIMACHISANJO (March 30, 1668 - September 29, 1719) was a Kugyo (court noble) during the early and the middle of the Edo period.
  730. Kinosa SANJO
  731. Kinosa SANJO (Sep. 6, 1774 - Oct.2, 1840) was Kugyo (a Court noble) in the Edo period.
  732. Kinosaki (train)
  733. Kinosaki Onsen Hot Spring
  734. Kinosaki Station (Kinosakionsen Station) commenced operation.
  735. Kinosaki Toji
  736. Kinosaki route (Return service, Rapid bus)
  737. Kinosaki': It's named after Kinosakionsen Station, the train terminal in old Kinosaki Town, Toyooka City, Hyogo Prefecture, and after Kinosaki Onsen, the famous hot spring in the town.
  738. Kinosaki-go
  739. Kinosakionsen (Toyooka) - Hamasaka section
  740. Kinosakionsen eki Station, Toyooka eki Station - Kumihaha eki Station - Omiya road park - Nodagawa Tankai-mae - Amanohashidate eki-mae Station
  741. Kinoshita Museum of Art
  742. Kinote-tora is possible but no kinoto-tora, and kinoto-u but no kinote-u.
  743. Kinotsu Bus
  744. Kinowa no Ki, 9th century, 10th century, possibly Ideha gun, remains of Kinowa no Ki, Dewa Kokufu
  745. Kinpachi MASHIKO and Sakinosuke KAIGO went into hiding and survived until the Meiji period.
  746. Kinpakuoshishi (craftsman sticking gold leaf)
  747. Kinpei KOBAYASHI, a Shizoku (family or person with samurai ancestors) in Tokyo Prefecture, who was a hawker during the time of the Boshin War and the Edo period and then ran a moneylending business, fell in love with Okinu and paid way out in 1869.
  748. Kinpeki-shoheki-ga (Shoheki-ga using gold-foil-pressed paper)/Fuzoku-ga (Genre painting)
  749. Kinpeki-shohekiga
  750. Kinpeki-shohekiga was not only valued as a simple decoration of Shoin (reception room) but also utilized as a stage effect to naturally symbolize status and power.
  751. Kinpira (Burdock roots cooked in soy sauce and sugar)
  752. Kinpira is one of Japanese side dishes.
  753. Kinpirahomon arasoi' performed at a playhouse in Edo, Ichimura-za, gains enormous popularity, so a lot of people come to see it.
  754. Kinpisho
  755. Kinpisho is a book written by the 84th Emperor Juntoku on the history and origin of imperial court ceremonies, whereby serving as an instruction manual for the rules and etiquette concerning such ceremonies.
  756. Kinpisho was an in-depth study of the root and origin of manners and etiquette of ceremonies performed at the Imperial Court, with an intent to pass the ancient customs down to succeeding generations.
  757. Kinpisho was completed in 1221.
  758. Kinpisho' (a book written by the Emperor Juntoku, which records the history and origin of imperial court ceremonies and sets forth the rules and etiquette for carrying out such ceremonies) describes it as 'Kuredake no mase,' and "Makura no soshi" (the Pillow Book) describes it as 'Take no mase.'
  759. Kinpu-jinja Shrine (Yoshino-cho)
  760. Kinpu-jinja Shrine is a shrine located in Yoshino-cho, Yoshino County, Nara Prefecture.
  761. Kinpufukusa (a fukusa to wrap money)
  762. Kinpusan -ji Temple
  763. Kinpusen' and 'Ominesan' do not refer to individual mountains but are collective terms for mountains that are places of religious belief and ascetism.
  764. Kinpusen' refers to the entire sacred mountain area from Mt. Yoshino to Mt. Sanjo in which the scattered temples are collectively referred to as 'Kinpusen-ji Temple.'
  765. Kinpusen-ji Temple
  766. Kinpusen-ji Temple having a relationship with Shobo, Chuko no So (father of restoration), had a strong tie with the Tozan school.
  767. Kinpusen-ji Temple in Mt. Yoshino and Ominesan-ji Temple in Mt. Sanjogatake have been divided into separate temples since modern times, but they had an inseparable relationship with each other with the former being called "Sange no Zao-do" and the latter "Sanjo no Zao-do."
  768. Kinpusen-ji Temple is believed to be the base temple for Shugendo founded by EN no Gyoja, but EN no Gyoja himself is a semi-legendary person as mentioned above.
  769. Kinpusen-ji Temple, in the Medieval Period, had many branch temples in both Sange and Sanjo with many armed priests (called masses of Yoshino).
  770. Kinpusen-ji Temple, located in Mt. Yoshino, south of Nara Prefecture, is reported to have been founded by EN no Ozunu, a semi-legendary practitioner of austerities in mountains and forests.
  771. Kinpusen-ji Temple, located in Yoshino-cho, Yoshino County, Nara Prefecture, is a Buddhist temple of Shgendo lineage.
  772. Kinrakuji Station and the Amagasaki temporary platform were discontinued.
  773. Kinrande Hyakusen-zu Rinka-hachi (flower shaped bowl with hermit design and gold decoration)
  774. Kinri Goshuei Sotoku (post to guard Kinri Palace)
  775. Kinri Goshuei Sotoku is the post set up to protect the kinri gosho (Kyoto Imperial Palace) under the understanding of bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) in the end of Edo Period.
  776. Kinrinji tea caddy
  777. Kinrokansha no Hi (Labor Thanksgiving Day), established in 1948
  778. Kinroku Kosai
  779. Kinroku Kosai was the public bond issued for people in the class below aristocrats in compensation for the abolition of the Roku-rewarding system after the Meiji Restoration.
  780. Kinryo took good care of Kazan and helped him achieve great improvements in his painting ability.
  781. Kinsada KINOSHITA
  782. Kinsada TOIN
  783. Kinsada TOIN (March 3, 1340 - July 26, 1399) was a kuge (court noble) during the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan).
  784. Kinsada is also known as the editor of "Sonpibunmyaku" (a book about pedigree records of famous people).
  785. Kinsei (early modern) daimyo, the Ii clan
  786. Kinsei Juka Bunshu Shusei 1 "Kogaku Sensei Shibunshu" (Collected Works of Early Modern Confucian Scholars, Volume 1 - Collected Works of Kogaku Sensei) edited and commented by Masahiko MIYAKE, published by Perikansha in 1985
  787. Kinshi kunsho (The Order of the Golden Kite)
  788. Kinshi kunsho (the Order of the Golden Kite) is one of Japan's decorative orders.
  789. Kinshi kunsho was conferred exclusively on the military or the civilian workers for the military.
  790. Kinshichi ISOZAKI followed Takatora TODO in joining Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI's army during the Bunroku-Keicho War of 1592, and collecting the clothes taken from the bodies of the enemy during the Nangen War.
  791. Kinshige SAIONJI
  792. Kinshige SAIONJI (西園寺 公重, 1317 - October 5, 1367) was a Kugyo (high court noble) from the late Kamakura period to the Northern and Southern Courts period.
  793. Kinshige also went to Yoshino after the fall of the Kenmu Restoration.
  794. Kinshin NAGATA also appeared and established the Kinshin-ryu that was characterized by a sophisticated, townish, and glamorous playing style and this created a sensation and penetrated the nation.
  795. Kinshiroku hyochu
  796. Kinsho
  797. Kinsho Store
  798. Kinsho Store (Harves)
  799. Kinsho Store is a longtime business, and recently it was relocated to a site just a few feet away.
  800. Kinsho Store supermarket
  801. Kinshoku-ji Temple (Yasu City, Shiga Prefecture), 250 branch temples
  802. Kinshu (attendant) of Michiie KUJO.
  803. Kinshudan hyochu
  804. Kinshujo (a former battlefield)
  805. Kinshunju stayed as a hostage.
  806. Kinso
  807. Kinsokuchi (hallowed ground) and the barriers between Utsushiyo (the current, physical world) and Tokoyo (the spirit realm) as well as the barriers around Shinto shrines
  808. Kinsue is said to have always had Kinnari accompany him, even to his official events, and entreated Crown Prince Atsunaga (later Emperor Gosuzaku) for his favor on his behalf so passionately that the Prince found it rather laughable.
  809. Kinsue served as Nai-daijin (Minister of the Center) during the reigns of both Emperors Ichijo and Sanjo, and attempted Kokyu-fuseki (sending female family members to live in the Kokyu Palace) by making his daughter FUJIWARA no Gishi become Kokiden no nyogo (Empress Kokiden) of Emperor Ichijo, but this plan failed, as no princesses were born.
  810. Kinsue was also known as Kanin Daijin (Minister), since he inherited and lived in Kanin-dono (Kanin Palace), the former residence of FUJIWARA no Futsugu, and so Kinsue's descendants were said to belong to the Kanin-ryu.
  811. Kinsui ANEGAKOJI
  812. Kinsui ANEGAKOJI (July 9, 1794-February 23, 1857) was Kugyo (the top court officials) in the Edo period.
  813. Kinsui SAIONJI
  814. Kinsui SAIONJI (April 1, 1663 - July 28, 1687) was Kugyo (a Court Noble) in the early Edo period.
  815. Kinsuji and Kinsen (golden strip)
  816. Kinsuke (Masayoshi), castellan of Yagibashi-jo Castle in Hiki-gun, was skilled in takagai (hawker), and he left Hiki-gun for Kyoto in 1579.
  817. Kinsuke ENDO
  818. Kinsuke ENDO, Male, (February 15, 1836 - 1893), a bureaucrat, one of 5 great persons from Choshu domain in Meiji Period
  819. Kinsuke SAIONJI was his son.
  820. Kinsumi SHIGENOI
  821. Kinsumi SHIGENOI (January 2, 1671-August 20, 1756) was kugyo (a Court noble) who lived in the middle of the Edo Period.
  822. Kintai-shi are classified into zekku (quatrain) of 5 syllables, zekku of 6 syllables, zekku of 7 syllables, risshi (consisting of eight lines) of 5 syllables, risshi of 7 syllables, hairitsu (consisting of 12 or more lines) of 5 syllables and hairitsu of 7 syllables according to the number of lines and syllables in one line.
  823. Kintai-shi has strict rules about how to compose a poem, tone patterns and meter.
  824. Kintaikyo Bridge and Tonan
  825. Kintaka OGIMACHISANJO
  826. Kintaka OGIMACHISANJO (October 4, 1619 - November 13, 1648) was a Kugyo (court noble) during the early Edo period.
  827. Kintane TOKUDAIJI
  828. Kintane TOKUDAIJI (March 1, 1487 - November 26 - 1526) was a kugyo (court noble) who lived during the Muromachi period.
  829. Kintaro
  830. Kintaro MATSUMOTO (Nohgakushi)
  831. Kintaro MATSUMOTO was a Nohgakushi (Noh actor) playing shite (the principal roles) of Hosho-ryu school.
  832. Kintaro SUZUKI, age 31
  833. Kintaro and his mother had great faith in the Dairokutensha shrine and while his mother, Yaegiri, dedicated steamed rice with red beans, or fish, Kintaro caught killifishes and put the live fish in a bowl in front of the shrine as an offering.
  834. Kintaro grew into a healthy, dutiful and gentle child whom it is said practiced sumo wrestling with a bear on Mt. Ashigara.
  835. Kintaroame (Kintaro Candy)
  836. Kintaroame is a bar of candy that is produced using a special technique.
  837. Kintaru OGIMACHISANJO
  838. Kintaru OGIMACHISANJO (February 15, 1820 - February 3, 1822) was a retainer of the Imperial Court during the latter half of the Edo period.
  839. Kinteki
  840. Kinteki (short-distance target) game
  841. Kinteki (the regular close-ranged shooting)
  842. Kinteki (the regular close-ranged shooting) is one of the kyudo (Japanese art of archery) events established by the Rules of All Nippon Kyudo Federation.
  843. Kinteki (金的, literally, 'gold target')
  844. Kintestu Kyoto Line
  845. Kintetsu 3200 series EMU
  846. Kintetsu 3220 series EMU
  847. Kintetsu Bus (then Kintetsu Railways), Nara Kotsu and Keihan Bus operated bus routes but were totally abolished by 1998.
  848. Kintetsu Bus Co., Ltd. had a regular route in the days when Fushimi-Momoyama-jo Castle Land was in business, but that route was discontinued when the facilities closed.
  849. Kintetsu Bus Co., Ltd[1]
  850. Kintetsu Bus and Nara Kotsu now only operate the above-mentioned routes in Kyoto City.
  851. Kintetsu Bus: Loop Line within Mukaijima New Town
  852. Kintetsu Corporation
  853. Kintetsu Corporation/Kintetsu Railways, Kintetsu Kyoto Line, Momoyama-goryo-mae Station
  854. Kintetsu Gakken Nara Tomigaoka Station
  855. Kintetsu Keihanna Line
  856. Kintetsu Koriyama Station
  857. Kintetsu Koriyama Station is more convenient for visiting Yamato-Koriyama Municipal Office and the site of Koriyama-jo Castle.
  858. Kintetsu Kyoto Line
  859. Kintetsu Kyoto Line (Kintetsu Railway)
  860. Kintetsu Kyoto Line *starting station
  861. Kintetsu Kyoto Line - Jujo Station (Kintetsu)
  862. Kintetsu Kyoto Line - Toji Station
  863. Kintetsu Kyoto Line Momoyama Goryo-mae Station
  864. Kintetsu Kyoto Line of the Kintetsu Corporation
  865. Kintetsu Kyoto Line which is operated by Kiniki Nippon Railway Co., Ltd. - Momoyamagoryomae Station
  866. Kintetsu Kyoto Line: (from/to Kyoto Station, Kintetsu-Tanbabashi Station and Okubo Station) - Yamadagawa Station - Shin-Hosono Station - Komada Station (form/to Takanohara Station, Yamato-Saidaiji Station, Kintetsu-Nara Station and Kashiharajingu-mae Station)
  867. Kintetsu Kyoto Line: (the area of Kyoto Station - Kintetsu Tanbabashi Station) - Kizukawadai Station - Yamadagawa Station (located across a boundary with Seika-cho) - (the area of Takanohara Station - Yamato Saidaiji Station - Kintetsu Nara Station - Kashiwarajingu-mae Station)
  868. Kintetsu Limited Express
  869. Kintetsu Nara Line
  870. Kintetsu Nara Line New Ikoma Tunnel, Kintetsu Keihanna Line Ikoma Tunnel, Osaka Electric Tramway Ikoma Tunnel, Nara Line Ikoma Tunnel, and Daini-Hanna Road Toll Hanna Tunnel go through the mountain from east to west.
  871. Kintetsu Nara Line, however, could be an underground line, involving Yamato-Saidaiji Station and Shin-Omiya Station.
  872. Kintetsu Nara Station
  873. Kintetsu Ogura
  874. Kintetsu Railway
  875. Kintetsu Railways
  876. Kintetsu Railways (Except some parts)
  877. Kintetsu Railways (rail tracks on streets)
  878. Kintetsu Railways (railway operator)
  879. Kintetsu Railways (railway operator) / Nara Ikoma Rapid Railway Co., Ltd. (railway operator)
  880. Kintetsu Railways Series 7000
  881. Kintetsu Railways didn't have many competitive routes against JR West compared to other private railway companies like Hankyu and Nankai Railway, which were already competing against JR.
  882. Kintetsu Shigisan Shita Station
  883. Kintetsu Shin-Omiya Station
  884. Kintetsu Shintanabe and JR Kyoutanabe Stations function as the center of Kyoutanabe City's downtown, while Matsui Yamate Station is at the heart of Keihan East Rose Town.
  885. Kintetsu Tanbabashi Station - Momoyama Goryo-mae Station - Mukaijima Station
  886. Kintetsu Tanbabashi Station - Momoyama Goryo-mae Station - Okubo Station (Kyoto Prefecture)
  887. Kintetsu Yamadagawa Station
  888. Kintetsu Yao Station of the Kintetsu Railway is located about one kilometer north of the station, and its surrounding area is prosperous since bank branches, a shopping arcade, and a large-scale commercial complex are located there.
  889. Kintetsu Yatomi Station, a modern-looking station building, is located just the south of the station.
  890. Kintetsu didn't expect much return from the increase of passengers using the stored fare system after investing money.
  891. Kintetsu didn't join the association until later, due to the following background:
  892. Kintetsu had to consider modifying its automatic ticket machine since the standard of Surutto KANSAI card was different from its own prepaid card, apart from the size, that being the 'Pearl Card,' which had previously been introduced by Kintetsu Railways.
  893. Kintetsu shared many stations with JR.
  894. Kintetsu-Tanbabashi Station
  895. Kintetsu-Tanbabashi Station has with two separate platforms that face each other with two sets of tracks running between, and the station building centers its functions on the second floor.
  896. Kintetsu-Tanbabashi Station is a stop at which passenger can change over to Tanbabashi Station on the Keihan Electric Railway (KER) or vice versa.
  897. Kintetsu-Tanbabashi Station, located in Momoyama Tsutsui Iga Higashi-machi, Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, is a stop on the Kintetsu Kyoto Line, which is operated by Kinki Nippon Railway Co., Ltd. (Kintetsu Corporation).
  898. Kinto (tea cloth container)
  899. Kinto (tea cloth container) or Kingo
  900. Kinto SAGA was his son.
  901. Kinto YOTSUTSUJI
  902. Kinto YOTSUTSUJI (1540 - September 16, 1595) was a Court noble and a calligrapher during the Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States) (Japan).
  903. Kinto containers having a lid are called 'kingo' or 'kinkan,' and those having a dish-like form are called 'kinsho.'
  904. Kinto in the art of Sado
  905. Kinto is a utensil used in the art of Sado (Japanese tea ceremony using Matcha [green powdered tea]) or Senchado (Japanese tea ceremony using Sencha [brewed green tea]), as a container for chakin (tea cloth).
  906. Kinto pointed out this contradiction and reformed it.
  907. Kinto used in the art of Senchado
  908. Kinto was a son of FUJIWARA no Yoritada, the then Kanpaku (chief advisor to the Emperor) whose talent was recognized from his childhood, and participated in the utaawase of the previous year.
  909. Kintoki for a largehearted busho in jidaimono (historical plays).
  910. Kintoki is the childhood name of SAKATA no Kintoki (his name is sometimes written as "公時"instead of "金時."
  911. Kintomi IMADEGAWA
  912. Kintomi IMADEGAWA (1396 - September 14, 1421) was a kugyo (court noble) who lived during the Muromachi period.
  913. Kintomi IMADEGAWA, Dainagon, was his older brother.
  914. Kintomi SANJO
  915. Kintomi SANJO (February 15, 1620 - July 11, 1677) was Kugyo (court noble) in the early Edo period.
  916. Kintomo ANEGAKOJI
  917. Kintomo ANEGAKOJI (as known as ANEKOJI: January 19, 1840 - July 5, 1863) was a court noble during the late Edo Period.
  918. Kintomo ANEGAKOJI and his uncle Nobuyoshi SAWA, who became head of the Sawa family were prominent figures at the end of the Edo period.
  919. Kintomo MUSHANOKOJI the tenth served as the Japanese ambassador to Germany and the director-general of Sochitsuryo (Imperial Household Affairs Division).
  920. Kintomo SAIONJI
  921. Kintomo SAIONJI (1515-July 23, 1590) was Kugyo (top court official) from the Muromachi period to the Azuchi-Momoyama period.
  922. Kintomo TOKUDAIJI
  923. Kintomo TOKUDAIJI (August 26, 1678-January 11, 1720) was a high-rank Court noble in the middle of the Edo period.
  924. Kintomo's son Sanehisa SHIMIZUDANI was promoted to Gon Dainagon; however, his adopted son Kinmatsu SHIMIZUDANI who was from the Hashimoto family died young.
  925. Kinton (Mashed Sweet Potatoes)
  926. Kinton no jutsu
  927. Kinton-Making use of a bird.
  928. Kinton-Making use of hardware.
  929. Kintoshi TOKUDAIJI
  930. Kintoshi TOKUDAIJI (February 1, 1371 - August 9, 1428) was a Kugyo (high court noble) in the Muromachi period.
  931. Kintsuba
  932. Kintsuba cakes
  933. Kintsuba found at any of the Japanese confectionery shops in the Iwase district of Toyama Prefecture are all triangle-shaped.
  934. Kintsuba in the Toide-machi area of Takaoka City, Toyama Prefecture still remains round-shaped with the design of sword guard stamped on the top even today.
  935. Kintsuba is an abbreviated term for Kintsuba-yaki which is a type of Japanese confectionery.
  936. Kintsuba was originally invented in Kyoto in the mid-Edo period and was made by coating bean paste with batter made of rice flour and water and searing the outside.
  937. Kintsugu TOKUDAIJI
  938. Kintsugu TOKUDAIJI (1175-February 24, 1227) was Kugyo (court noble) who lived from the end of Heian period to the early Kamakura period.
  939. Kintsumu OGIMACHISANJO
  940. Kintsumu OGIMACHISANJO (October 23, 1721 - July 6, 1777) was a kugyo (court noble) during the middle Edo period.
  941. Kintsuna UTSUNOMIYA
  942. Kintsuna UTSUNOMIYA (1302 - December 17, 1356) was a military commander from the late Kamakura period through the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan).
  943. Kintsuna was also afraid of Masashige's tactics and did not directly confront his troops, so after all the battle ended in a draw.
  944. Kintsune SAIONJI
  945. Kintsune SAIONJI (1171 -October 2, 1244) was a Kamakura-period court noble and poet.
  946. Kintsune SAIONJI, who belonged to the faction friendly to the shogunate and whose movements were restricted due to his opposition to the retired Emperor Gotoba's plan, was raised to the position of Minister of the Interior, and as someone who would accept the will of the shogunate, he became the de facto leader of the court.
  947. Kintsune built the ujidera (a temple built for praying for clan glory), Saionji, in Kyoraku (Kyoto) Kitayama, thus originating the family name.
  948. Kintsune had the rare honor of being the grandfather of the Shogun, the Emperor, the Empress, and the Sekkan.
  949. Kintsune was the progenitor of the Saionji family.
  950. Kintsura KAWABATA
  951. Kintsura KAWABATA (October 19, 1773 ? October 10, 1819) was a court noble of the late Edo period.
  952. Kintsura TOIN, his son (who in fact came from the Saionji family), was chosen as the heir, but he too left to become a monk and the family was discontinued upon his death.
  953. Kintsuzumi (literally, golden hand drum)
  954. Kinu
  955. Kinu (osode)
  956. Kinu is a story of a bird with three legs in the sun; it refers to the bird (kau) and the sun.
  957. Kinu means Akome to wear with Sokutai, there was a theory that Kinu was made longer than Akome.
  958. Kinu was banished from the family.
  959. Kinu' usually means that men's uchiginu (inner garment) or women's kasane-uchiki (a series of brightly colored unlined robes), thus kinu might be a so-called tarikubi (a type of kimono collar, hang-down collar) but there is no reliable evidence.
  960. Kinu-shoji, kami-shoji, ita-shoji and others were tsuitate-shoji used on a stand.
  961. Kinugasa
  962. Kinugasa Campus of Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University
  963. Kinugasa Inner Minister Ieyoshi (FUJIWARA no Ieyoshi)
  964. Kinugasa Stadium
  965. Kinugasa Village became a part of Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City.
  966. Kinugasa is known as the first Japanese director to have received worldwide recognition in Europe and in the United States with films including "Jujiro" (Crossroads).
  967. Kinugasa is the place-name of an area belonging to Kita Ward (Kyoto City) and Ukyo Ward of Kyoto City Kyoto Prefecture..
  968. Kinugasa is:
  969. Kinugasa liked the theater since childhood and ran away from home to joined a theater group.
  970. Kinugasa-Utano-sen, Kyoto City Road 183
  971. Kinugasa-Utano-sen, Kyoto City Road 183 is a major local road that extends from Rokuon-ji mae Intersection (Kita Ward, Kyoto City) to Fukuoji Intersection (Ukyo Ward, Kyoto City).
  972. Kinugawa Haiji-ato Ruins (National historic spot)
  973. Kinugawa kills Takao-dayu to stop Yorikane's debauchery in the script derived from 'Date Kurabe Okuni Kabuki,' while 'Meiboku Kasane Monogatari' tells about his connection with Kasane who is a younger sister of Takao.
  974. Kinugoshidofu is soft tofu because a fine protein mesh resulting from high concentrations of soy milk catches the water molecules firmly, and as a result little water is separated.
  976. Kinuji OGIMACHISANJO (1182 - October 12, 1237) was a Kugyo (court noble) in Kamakura period.
  977. Kinuji SAIONJI who was a son of Yoshisue SAIONJI became heir to the family.
  978. Kinujigire: Preserved at the Tokyo National Museum, along with other fragments.
  979. Kinukatsugi (cooked satoimo taro potatoes)
  980. Kinukatsugi is a dish which small satoimo taro potatoes are steamed with their skins on and eaten by pealing their skins.
  981. Kinuko's older sister was Setsuko who became Empress of Emperor Taisho (Empress Teimei).
  982. Kinuta
  983. Kinuta (Noh)
  984. Kinuta (depicting the graceful wife from the yokyoku 'Kinuta' (a noh drama), painted in the Genroku manner), 1938
  985. Kinuta Seiji Hoo Mimi hana-ike (a celadon flower base with handle of hoo (a mythological sacred bird in Chinese lore, a phoenix)): Inscribed 'Sensei' (A thousand voices), Nansong dynasty of China
  986. Kinuta adopts a style combining Genzai Noh, which deals with human dramas in the real world, and Fukushiki Mugen-Noh.
  987. Kinuta is a Noh play which is said to have been created by Zeami.
  988. Kinuta-zu: Fulling cloth (Shuya toi zu: painting of the cloth-pounding in autumn evening) (owned by Itsuo Art Museum: important art)
  989. Kinutamono (a group of musical pieces that came from and then developed from the sokyoku entitled 'Kinuta')
  990. Kinuya-date
  991. Kinuyo TANAKA
  992. Kinuyo TANAKA (December 29, 1909 - March 21, 1977) was a Japanese actress and film director in the Taisho and Showa periods.
  993. Kinuyo TANAKA, a great actress, was his cousin.
  994. Kinuyo also starred in Japan's first ever talkie entitled "Madamu to Nyobo" (Madame and the Courtesan) directed by Gosho, and was thus received as a star even in the era of talking pictures.
  995. Kinuyo died of a brain tumor on March 21, 1977.
  996. Kinya NISHIMURA, the 13th head of the school, is his uncle.
  997. Kinyasu MUROMACHI. changed the family name from Yotsutsuji to Muromachi.
  998. Kinyo Wakashu (Kinyo Collection of Japanese Poems)
  999. Kinyo Wakashu is the fifth Chokusen Wakashu (anthologies of Japanese poetry compiled by Imperial command), and it was completed before "Shika Wakashu" (Shika Collection of Japanese Poems) and after "Goshui Wakashu" (Later Collection of Gleanings of Japanese Poetry).
  1000. Kinyo is the fifth Imperial anthology and Shika is the sixth; these two works have the same structure and their meanings of the titles are the same.

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