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  1. Alternate name : Yamazaki kaido no ba (scene of the Yamazaki road)
  2. Alternate name in Kamigata : nuregappa (a raincoat)
  3. Alternate name: Ogiyatsu Enya-yakata no ba (scene of the Enya mansion in Ogiyatsu)
  4. Alternate name: the scene of Kabuto aratame (examination of the helmets)
  5. Alternate name: the scene of Turugaoka Shrine
  6. Alternate names
  7. Alternatively it is altered from being made of a base of soy bean and rice miso to being made by combining seasonings (kelp and bonito flake stock).
  8. Alternatively, (1) 2 liters of water, 5g of Funori and 5g of gelatin, (2) 2 liters of water, 3g of Ginnamafu and 10g of gelatin or (3) 2 liters of water and 10g of Funori can be used.
  9. Alternatively, Japan gave a tacit nod to the Russian area of influence in Manchuria.
  10. Alternatively, Japanese uses 'astringent' as an expression to convey the sense of a 'centered' adult.
  11. Alternatively, Takki might be a lost god or a slang term.
  12. Alternatively, a majority of the names have been applied since the Meiji period out of necessity by the road administration.
  13. Alternatively, a pork cutlet is put on the bowl of rice over which Worcestershire sauce (which serves as the basis of the sauce mixed with ketchup, sake, etc.) is poured.
  14. Alternatively, in order to reduce mouths to feed and give their sons an education, second and third-born sons of an impoverished samurai family were often sold to a Buddhist temple where they worked as 'Tera-Kosho' and took care of the personal needs of Buddhist monks.
  15. Alternatively, it may be supposed that the new address of Imperial Princess Sukatehime no Himemiko - that is, Katsuragi - was given to represent other Saigu's new address.
  16. Alternatively, it meant towns and the rows of houses and buildings in present day Japan that originated under the aforementioned historical factors, and especially those that have conserved the atmosphere of those days.
  17. Alternatively, it might be considered that these children also became involved in the struggle for leadership among the Kawachi Genji.
  18. Alternatively, it refers to the food products where algae were dissolved in water, picked up, spread like a sheet of paper and dried.
  19. Alternatively, it tends to refer to grotesque creatures of unknown nature, grotesque alien creatures from outer space or unidentified creatures in fiction.
  20. Alternatively, it's a building divided horizontally into a number of areas, with each such area being used as a dwelling unit.
  21. Alternatively, it's the second stop (JR Uji→Ujibashi-Nishitsume→Keihan Uji) on routed buses such as Keihan Bus.
  22. Alternatively, some believed that Chikamitsu targeted Sadanori who had betrayed the Imperial army and changed the side to the Ashikaga army during the Battle of Hakone and Takenoshita, not Takauji.
  23. Alternatively, the Oda government that enthroned Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA as the fifteenth Shogun was established.
  24. Alternatively, the cow is portrayed as enlightenment, and the child as a practitioner of austerities.
  25. Alternatively, the following are vulnerabilities of the Kinai region theory.
  26. Alternatively, there is a theory that considers that it was composed by Gakusho Azukari (the Lower chamber of music) Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) ONAKATOMI no Narifumi in 834.
  27. Alternatively, they are Araburukami whose origins are not known.
  28. Alternatively, they were given the hereditary second character of the shogunal imina (personal name).
  29. Alternatively, you can walk from either train station.
  30. Although "Air," "Kanon" and "Clannad" were also adapted into animations by Toei Animation, the Kyoto Animation versions are true to the original and more highly praised than the Toei Animation versions, which featured original elements based on Toei's own interpretations.
  31. Although "Bankoku Koho" was treated like a scripture in Japan at that time, whether understanding of international law proceeded at a rapid rate or not remains questionable.
  32. Although "Enlarged new edition of Summa Japanese History" used the Hojobon as an original text, Yoshikawabon was also used for collation purposes.
  33. Although "Fushinjo" has been said to be Kukai's best and representative work since ancient times, "Kukai Kanjo rekimei"should be given a higher evaluation.
  34. Although "Geisha to Asobi" (Geisha and professional entertainment) is a work of Yuko TANAKA, it describes that half was written by Yoshihiko SHIRAKURA.
  35. Although "Gukansho" was completed a bit later, it refers to a diary of MINAMOTO no Masayori, who was involved in the disturbance, and is therefore relied on as an historical material.
  36. Although "Gyokuyo" by Kanezane KUJO has a record concerning the same matter, it doesn't contain the words 'Shugo and Jito.'
  37. Although "Ichidai Yoki" (summary chronicle of each reign) reported that OTOMO no Kenho (堅泡) Muraji was a Dainagon (Major Counselor) to Emperor Tenmu, this is considered to be a writing error or miscopy of Mouda (望陀) as Kenho (堅泡).
  38. Although "Jindaiki" was quite often referred to in historical materials, it was a document designed to be kept secret, and therefore not even family of the priests were allowed to view it.
  39. Although "Jinkoki" was an elementary textbook, some mathematical problems (idai) were presented at the end of certain editions without answers as a challenge to other mathematicians.
  40. Although "Kaichu-reki" and "Shochu-reki" were scattered and ultimately lost, "Nichureki" which was edited based on these books in the Kamakura period remains.
  41. Although "Kara" (唐) in "Kara monogatari" refers to Tang China, the text also includes many legends from other Chinese dynasties.
  42. Although "Kojiki" describes a similar story, it states that Miyazu-hime was the ancestor of Owari no kuni no Miyakko, and that YAMATO Takeru no Mikoto made love to Miyazu-hime during her menstruation.
  43. Although "Kozan Hokan" and "Hokan Henbunrui" were not known to the general public, but were known to specialists and some oppose considering them as chokodaishi bunsho (super-ancient history documents).
  44. Although "Meiroku Zasshi" began to be published smoothly, regulations which cast a shadow on it were promulgated in the following year of the first issue.
  45. Although "Meiroku Zasshi" suspended issue after almost two years, it achieved not-so-small performance.
  46. Although "Nihonshoki" (Chronicle of Japan) recorded the Jinshin War in details, the description about Jokaku's achievement is not found.
  47. Although "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) does not touch on the contents of this 'Emperor's Edict,' judging from the context, it had been supposed to be the imperial decree to order Prince Otomo's succession of the throne.
  48. Although "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) reported that the Prince Oama had no choice but to take up arms, the theory points out that this might be a misrepreresentation to justify the prince's act.
  49. Although "Nihonshoki" describes the Jinshin War in detail, this is the only scene mentioning identity of a regular soldier.
  50. Although "Sarumarutayushu" is included in "Sanjurokunin-shu," it is a collection of miscellaneous old waka by a later compiler and, therefore, it is necessary to verify if the waka in it was really composed by Sarumaru no Taifu or not.
  51. Although "Shoyuki" didn't disclose who the brother of Yorimune was, Akinobu was the only brother who could have been with Michimasa and Yorimune.
  52. Although "Sonpi Bunmyaku" (a text compiled in the fourteenth century that records the lineages of the aristocracy) described that Mitsushige called himself 'Hatano Onzoshi (son of a distinguished family), the details of which is unknown.
  53. Although "Sonpi Bunmyaku" (a text compiled in thefourteenth century that records the lineages of the aristocracy) followed this theory, this adoption has not been confirmed.
  54. Although "Teppoki" is the only historical material recording the introduction of firearms into Japan, we should be careful of reading it as a historical record because it was compiled by the Tanegashima clan in Keicho era (1606) to commemorate the introduction of firearms into Tanegashima Island.
  55. Although "The Zoku Kojidan" shows similarity to "The Kojidan" in regard to the use of diaries and books of ancient practices and customs, "The Zoku Kojidan" uses Japanese Kana characters, and its stories tend to include teachings of Confucius.
  56. Although "Tokugawa Jikki" (The True Tokugawa Records) says that he received those titles, the theory claims that they were given after his death.
  57. Although "Tsugumichi" is widely known as the pronunciation of his name, one of descendants of the SAIGO Family confirmed that his name was officially pronounced as "Judo" (Refer to Episodes).
  58. Although "Yukyo Taihiki" was not completed at the time, it was released on August 5 of the same year as the film of Nikkatsu Kyoto Studio.
  59. Although "koketsu" and "koju [or kuju]" are the synonyms of "kuden" in this meaning, they are not so much used these days.
  60. Although "powdered milk" is easily transported and stored due to its high storage stability, it is unlike the essential flavor of milk.
  61. Although "soy sauce dumpling" may mean "mitarashi dango" nowadays, here, "soy sauce dumpling" are made in accordance with the old recipe before the appearance of "mitarashi dango."
  62. Although "浅井" has been pronounced as "Azai" not as "Asai" when it represents the family name and the territory, one of the theory based on the latest research states that it should be pronounced as "Asai" (see "Asai-shi sandai" [The Three Generations of the Asai Clan] by Kei-ichi Miyajima).
  63. Although 'Genpei Kassen' (also called as 'Genpei Gassen,' or 'Genpai no tatakai;' the battle between Taira and Minamoto clans) is conventionally used, there are discussions that consider these terms as inappropriate.
  64. Although 'Higashikuni-kyo' should have been disbanded, it was restored as a religious corporation in recent years.
  65. Although 'Ichiriki' is mainly played for it, a type of music called 'Hashi' (bridge) is often inserted in the middle.
  66. Although 'Johannesburg,' 'Boston,' and 'New York' are included as such names, these cities were built rather recently.
  67. Although 'Kanahashi Village (in Takaichi County)' (present-day Kashihara City) lasted from 1889 to 1956, the name Kanahashi was a restored place name named after this reigning name in modern times, and now, it can be seen only in a few places such as a station (JR Kanahashi Station).
  68. Although 'Kobo Daishi' is the posthumous name of Kukai, 'Kobo Daishi' and 'Kukai' are not always the same.
  69. Although 'Lum,' an alien girl in the shape of Oni, appears, she is only 'an alien girl in the shape of Oni.'
  70. Although 'Nanboku TSURUYA' was the professional name of Kabuki actor, a playwright Hyozo KATSU succeeded to the name because he married Okichi, a daughter of Nanboku TSURUYA III.
  71. Although 'Rocho' itself was under the Machi bugyo's control, inmates who were judged in the prison by Kanjo bugyo (commissioner of finance) or Jisha bugyo (magistrate of temples and shrines) and cases under the jurisdiction of them were included in the Oshioki Saikyo-cho.
  72. Although 'Sanchuro' appears in some historical sources including 'Taikoki', it is unclear whether they really functioned or not; it is considered that they were placed temporarily, or placed as posts to give some authority to the three.
  73. Although 'Wakasa-cho' has been established, the merger appears to be temporary; even a central person advocating the merger said, 'the merger is only a step to "forming a city in Reinan".'
  74. Although 'an' usually refers to azuki bean paste made from boiled azuki beans, pastes made using other types of boiled beans are now also called 'an'.
  75. Although 'bishop of Kyoto' is supposed to be stationed at this church, no bishop has being stationed as of September 2008 since Ikuo NUSHIRO, the 'archbishop of Tokyo and Metropolitan priest of Japan' who is the Primate of Japan Orthodox Church, is concurrently assuming the position.
  76. Although 'hit songs' continued to lead the Japanese popular music after the war, because of the rise of a new generation and the retirement of Ichiro FUJIYAMA in 1953, their musical characteristics began to crumble and songs similar to the current enka gradually began to appear.
  77. Although 'iroha order' contains 47 characters as recited in 'The Iroha' (a Japanese poem, probably written sometime during the Heian era), the iroha order in 'Isebon' and 'Indobon' consisted of 44 characters excluding 'ゐ' (wi), 'ゑ' (we) and 'お' (o).
  78. Although 'kinuta' and 'kinuta utsu' directly refer to the tool called the kinuta and the action of pounding the kinuta respectively, the words are used to evoke the touching sentiment of the Noh play.
  79. Although 'ma' in "negima" means maguro (tuna), the term "negima" came to be used for calling the negima that uses chicken instead of tuna.
  80. Although 'only Onizaburo DEGUCHI could edit the scripture in this document (Omoto Shinyu),' 'there is an anecdote that Wasaburo ASANO having served in the navy was involved in editing the Shinyu from the scripture,' which makes us dispute its authenticity.
  81. Although 'shogatsu' is originally another name for January, shogatsu often refers to a period from January 1st to January 3rd (sanganichi) or 'matsu-no-uchi (this period is originally through January 15th, but currently through January 7th for some people.)
  82. Although 'shore-burning' is the normal condition for those who are used to seeing the present rocky shores and they can not get a real sense of that term, half a century ago, people commonly saw rocky shores under water which were so densely covered with marine plants that rocks were not visible.
  83. Although 1 and 2 were built at the same location there is no continuity between them.
  84. Although 1 mu was redefined as 1/15 hectares to slightly change the volume, 1 qing covered approximately 6 hectares in general.
  85. Although 100 fuko (100 taxed families) of the existing 220 fuko were given for his achievement in the Jinshin War, the rest 120 fuko were unknown when and why given.
  86. Although 42 types of electric cars were distinguished ones from other cars of the JNR, they were still a little inferior to those of other competing private railway companies in some respects, they had wooden backs for third-class car seats.
  87. Although 79 people had been appointed until 1944, the system died after the war (World War II) with the reorganization of Cabinet Office and the Imperial Household Ministry.
  88. Although Aizen Myoo is often enshrined as an attendant, there are examples in which it is enshrined as the principal image, as follows:
  89. Although Akashi no himegimi knew that Murasaki no ue was not her real mother, she was still a very affectionate adoptive mother and brought up Akashi no himegimi to be a beautiful young woman.
  90. Although Akashi no onkata (Lady Akashi) and young lady Akashi are in all their glory, they shed tears when they read a personal letter from Priest Akashi.
  91. Although Akesato bravely pretended to know nothing, she sensed that YAMANAMI who was swathed in a white kimono, would commit Seppuku.
  92. Although Akiie occupied Nara on February 21, he was defeated seven days later by Naotsune MOMONOI, who supported the Northern Court, in the battle of Hannyazaka and was forced to retreat.
  93. Although Akiie's army fought hard, it came to be in a predicament due to the side attack by the Seto Inland Sea army as well as the fatigue from the long duration of the fighting.
  94. Although Akikuni was summoned home in 1129, his movement thereafter kept unknown.
  95. Although Akisada lost three main battles in a row and reportedly had Sadamasa gain an advantage over him at the beginning, Akisada managed to sustain the battles thanks to his father Fusasada's support which encouraged Akisada to fight off the enemy after Sadamasa's death..
  96. Although Akizuki Domain issued han bills in 1704, a year after issuance in Fukuoka domain, their han bills were withdrawn after only four years due to the order for suspension of bills by the shogunate.
  97. Although Alice graduated from a local school, Hillhouse High School, she gave up going to college due to their financial situation.
  98. Although Amazake is traditionally served as-is, many of the commercially available varieties contain carbohydrates such as sugar.
  99. Although Arinori MORI moved the female students to Washington City in May, and two members went back to Japan in October, she spent a little over 10 years with the Lanmans after that.
  100. Although Arioka-jo Castle was a sogamae castle, it was weak against attack from the inside.
  101. Although Atsuta-jingu Shrine had planned to set up a Saishu post, the plan was not implemented.
  102. Although Atsutane criticized Ohira MOTOORI fiercely in the argument about "Sandaiko", he who managed Suzuya family decided to show Atsutane hospitality, as one of disciple.
  103. Although Azuchi Town is often pronounced with a high falling intonation in the Japanese common language, it is pronounced without inflection in the local language.
  104. Although Bakufu confronted with a difficult situation at the end of the Edo Period, Iesada had been in poor health, so the problem of successor appeared immediately following his assumption the Shogun position.
  105. Although Basil Hall Chamberlain implemented a pioneering introduction as materials for the history of Japanese language, a full-fledged study started after Izuru SHINMURA appeared.
  106. Although Bicchu led the second squad, he avoided exposure to the battle because he encamped on an off-street by order and stayed at the entrance of the Fukushima-jo Castle all the time.
  107. Although Buddha statues of Esoteric Buddhism were created since the Nara period, the acceptance of Esoteric Buddhism was fragmentary.
  108. Although Buddhism is a religion that originated in India and has expanded throughout Asia, the origins of Bonsho are hardly found in India but in ancient Chinese bronze ware.
  109. Although Buddhist priests' meat-eating and marriage had been banned until the end of the Edo period based on the Act for Temples, the Meiji Government declared 'monks are free to eat meat and marry' and tried to make them depraved by violating the precepts of Buddhism
  110. Although Buddhist scriptures are usually read in the Wu reading, in the Shingon sect it is chanted in the Han reading of Chinese characters based on the Chinese pronunciation at the time when "Rishu-kyo" was introduced into Japan.
  111. Although Bunpobon is an incomplete set consisting of only the second volume, it has a colophon that dates it to 1318 and is the oldest manuscript in existence.
  112. Although Charter Oath of Five Articles published the day before was only shown to the court nobles and feudal lords and declared on Dajokan Nisshi (Diary of Great Councils of State) sold only in cities, Gobo no keiji was published almost throughout the country.
  113. Although Chigi was the actual founder of the Tendai sect, there is another theory to regard Ryuju as the founder, Emon Zenji (Master of Zen Buddhism) as the secondary founder and Nangaku Eshi Zenji as the tertiary founder.
  114. Although Chinese food has a scorched dish using scorched rice, this is done by deep frying.
  115. Although Culture Day is observed on the same day, Culture Day is unrelated to the birthday of Emperor Meiji.
  116. Although DAIRAKU tried to make a come back gathering comrades, DAIRAKU and other approximately one hundred thirty members were executed after Takayoshi KIDO (Kogoro KATSURA)'s troop suppressed the dispute.
  117. Although Daewongun requested Minister Otori not to send troops to suppress the peasant army, Japan dispatched a military unit (the 19th independent infantry battalion) in early November and the won Gongju battle started late November, ousting the peasant army to the south.
  118. Although Daio ohi had less political power compared to the empress dowager, she received the highest rank in the royal family and was highly respected as the grandmother of the King and she was a symbol of the royal family.
  119. Although Danzo laughed at how cowardly he was, when he later found out that Otaka was one of the Ako Roshi who made the raid, he was ashamed of himself and became a Buddhist priest to hold a mass for Otaka.
  120. Although Dewa no Ki is considered to be located in Ideha gun, or the present-day Shonai region, its detailed location is unknown.
  121. Although Dogyu had two sons and one daughter between his first wife, a certain MORIMURA, all of them died young and were succeeded by Yoshikado who had been born between Kiyo YAMAGAWA, his second wife.
  122. Although Dokyo opposed the shintaku (oracle), he was relegated to a lower position as a betto (administrator of a Buddhist temple) for Yakushi-ji Temple in the Province of Shimotsuke.
  123. Although Doshisha Eve is generally called 'Eve Festival,' Doshisha Eve is an opportunity for 'expressing students' activities.'
  124. Although Edo-jo Castle and Osaka-jo Castle are sometimes considered Hira-jiro castles, they are sometimes classified as Hirayama-jiro castles (those built on a hill in a plain).
  125. Although Eisai was a powerful monk, on whom Emperor Gotoba relied, Eisai's assumption of the post as great fund raiser (in office from 1206 to 1215) brought hardship to Todai-ji Temple.
  126. Although Ekiken served the Fukuoka Domain, he enraged the second lord of the Domain, Tadayuki KURODA, so he was forced to lead a ronin (masterless samurai) life for seven years.
  127. Although Emperor Godaigo denied the need for the position of Chiten, it showed that it was necessary for society.
  128. Although Emperor Gosanjo wrote in his dying will to make the younger brother Imperial Prince Sukehito the next Crown Prince after Imperial Prince Sanehito, Emperor Shirakawa opposed and in the following year promoted the Imperial Prince Taruhito (Emperor Horikawa) to crown prince.
  129. Although Emperor Goshirakawa and Kiyomori had the same interest in having Emperor Takakura succeed to the throne, there were severe opposing views between the Taira clan and In Kinshin in terms of official government promotions or acquisition of an estate, a province, or a manor.
  130. Although Emperor Goshirakawa protected Narichika, an uncooperative attitude of upper nobles and the Taira clan entangled the situation.
  131. Although Emperor Goyozei was very much dissatisfied with this proposal, court nobles and other influential members of the Imperial Court including Shinjotomon-in approved of it, and the penal sentence was finalized.
  132. Although Emperor Heizei tried to keep the ruling power after abdicating the throne to his brother, Emperor Saga did not welcome it, which led to a serious conflict between the two, and finally a military confrontation, in which Emperor Saga won (Kusuko Incident in 810).
  133. Although Emperor Horikawa was Emperor, the Retired Emperor Shirakawa took control of the politics.
  134. Although Emperor Keitai had many children, his legitimate child was only Emperor Kinmei, who was the prince born between Emperor Keitai and Princess Tashiraka.
  135. Although Emperor Keitai had many other children, Prince Amenokunioshiharakihironiwa no Mikoto (Emperor Kinmei), the child between he and Princess Tashiraka, was chosen as his legitimate child.
  136. Although Emperor Kinmei assigned OTOMO no Kanamura and MONONOBE no Okoshi as Omuraji, and SOGA no Iname as Oomi, OTOMO no Kanamura lost his status of Omuraji in 540 and it was right after he was assigned that position.
  137. Although Emperor Meiji was in poor health when he was a child, he recovered thanks to the education by warrior class palace staff, and then he learned how to be a western-style constitutional monarch.
  138. Although Emperor Reizei had married his Empress, Imperial Princess Shoshi, while he was Crown Prince, she was afraid of his insanity, stayed away from him, and therefore, had no child with him.
  139. Although Emperor Saga sent six monks to pray for Imperial Princess Asahara's illness, she died on May 18, when she was thirty nine years old.
  140. Although Emperor Shirakawa became the Retired Emperor in 1086, it was not a retirement, but rather the start of government by the retired emperor, the so-called cloistered government.
  141. Although Emperor Takakura was Tokiko's sister, TAIRA no Shigeko's (Kenshunmon in) son, Kiyomori wished Tokuko to make an Imperial consort's bridal entry into the court.
  142. Although Enkan and his disciple Yuiken, who inherited his master's position, continued to hold their own ordination certifications separate from those of Enryaku-ji Temple.
  143. Although Ennin's vessel was fine, during disembarkation they lost the control of the ship and ran aground, leaving Ennin soaked through and the ship completely destroyed (from "Koki"(The Record of a Pilgrimage to China in Search of the Law), July 2, 838 entry).
  144. Although Ennyo died young, Renjun's daughter gave birth to a baby who later became Shonyo, the 10th chief priest of Hongan-ji Temple.
  145. Although Enryaku-ji Temple, the largest honjo power at the time, strongly opposed to these rules, they were helpless before the momentum of Yoshimitsu.
  146. Although Esaka and two others went to see King Takasaka, they were unable to receive the bell.
  147. Although Esoteric Buddhism had not been systematized yet, it might be easy to blend with the Jingi belief because of its magical practice and teachings, focusing on miracles, and affirming accumulation and the prosperity of secular wealth.
  148. Although FUJIWARA no Fusasaki, FUJIWARA no Nakamaro, and Dokyo did not take on the post of Naidaijin, they are listed as persons who entered posts with similar duties.
  149. Although FUJIWARA no Motonaga had been often regarded as a greedy Zuryo, some suggest that Motonaga only observed strictly the policy of Kazan shinsei (new laws issued by Emperor Kazan) under the new local tax system Emperor Kazan actively introduced immediately after his enthronement.
  150. Although Fenollosa died in London, he was laid to rest in Onjo-ji Temple (also known as Mii-dera Temple).
  151. Although Frois did not mention it, it seems that the fifth republic was Kumano Sanzan (three major shrines, Kumano-Hongu-Taisha, Kumano-Hayatama-Taisha and Kumano-Nachi-Taisha).
  152. Although Fuchu sannin shu were the yoriki of Katsuie SHIBATA, they were a half independent flying column of Oda and often dispatched as reinforcement for the siege of Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple, the stabilization of the Harima Province and the conquest of Murashige ARAKI.
  153. Although Fukei's army was forced into a corner for a while, supporting soldiers such as Tokomaro guarded them very well and the support armies led by MIWA no Takechimaro and by OKISOME no Usagi arrived to fight back, and at last Kujira's army retreated.
  154. Although Fukuchiyama City has the population smaller than that of Maizuru City, it has long been a commercially prosperous city in the Northern Kinki region and has many companies established their branch offices and business offices due to the area's ability to attract customers.
  155. Although Fukuchiyama Line starts at Amagasaki Station, all trains reach Osaka Station (some of them even go up to the JR Kyoto Line beyond Osaka Station) via Amagasaki Station or go into the Katamachi Line via the JR Tozai Line.
  156. Although Fukushin protested spitting on Shintoku and cursing, the King did him slashed and salted his head.
  157. Although Furukawacho was the official station of origin, actual operation was conducted starting from Sanjo-Ohashi Station.
  158. Although Fushu was a position created by the Imperial Court who intended to set frontiersmen at the lower rank, they gradually gained power based on their tax-free condition and through the trading system, as mentioned earlier.
  159. Although Fuyu no ken was established in the form of Kanshofu sho, as kokushi (provincial governors) came to have more authority later on, they were often allowed to grant authorization (remission of tax by kokushi) to themselves, as well as connected aristocrats, shrines and temples.
  160. Although Fuyutsugu was popular among ladies, it seems that he and Mitsuko were happily married and, when she died Mitsuko was buried together with her husband in Fuyutsugu's tomb in accordance with her will.
  161. Although Gafusei was effective in controlling dispatch of envoys at the beginning, Gafu flew after the Meio no ran and lost its effect.
  162. Although Ganjin transmitted 'Shibun-ritsu' (Four-Part Vinayapitaka, which explains about regulations and prohibited matters of the priests), Saicho and Kukai in the Heian period did not support it and Kukai put high value on 'Juju-ritsu' (Ten-Reciting Vinayapitaka).
  163. Although Genji got married to Lady Murasaki, he felt sorry for Rokujo no Miyasudokoro and visited her place in the deep autumn fields, being unwilling to see her depart.
  164. Although Genji was also promoted to prime minister (or Sangi, councillor), he could not stop loving Fujitsubo, who was more than ever beyond his reach.
  165. Although Genji was interested in the itsukinomiya, he followed Miyasudokoro's will and had her enter court as a consort to the Emperor Reizei as Genji's foster daughter and acted as a guardian for her ("Miotsukushi").
  166. Although Genji's anger builds up against Onna San no Miya and her lover Kashiwagi, he sees a newborn baby (Kaoru) and realizes that it is the fruit of the sin that he committed in his youth (karmic retribution).
  167. Although Genka reki was older than Giho reki, the new calendar was adopted for the older age and old calendar was adopted for the new age in "Nihonshoki."
  168. Although Genmyo is Shomu's grandmother and Gensho is his aunt, both of them call Shomu 'my son' in the imperial edict.
  169. Although Genpaku could not read the book written in Dutch, he was startled with the accuracy of the anatomical chart and advised the Domain to purchase the book.
  170. Although Genpaku was also greatly interested in the books, he was also unable to purchase them himself; he asked the chief retainer of the clan who put up the funds and a last, the books were secured.
  171. Although Genzui was sickly, he was brought up strictly by his father.
  172. Although Germany was not very passionate about expanding to the Far East at the beginning of Japanese-Sino War, it began to acknowledge that it was the right time for Germany to obtain a foothold in the Far East amid a changing course of the war and also changing stances of the other world powers.
  173. Although Geta became unpopular, the term remains even today (like 'fudebako' (pen case, literary writing brush case)).
  174. Although Gochido (五智堂) is referred to as "do (堂)," a word used to mean a temple, shrine or hall, it is actually a very small, square-shaped building with all four sides of only 1 ken (approx. 1.8m) in length and has no fixtures and no walls, and it holds the images of Gochi Nyorai on the upper part of the central strut of the building.
  175. Although Godaigo decided to lead a military uprising earlier than planned (Genko Incident), the bakufu started to arrest related people and moved large forces to suppress the revolt, so Godaigo eluded arrest by escaping Kyoto and joined his rebel army.
  176. Although Gonen-ji Temple, Danrin-ji Temple and Tokei-ji Temple continued without nuns by chief priests (men) instead or by conversion due to their decline after Onin War, all the other temples were closed.
  177. Although Goshirakawa attempted to control Enryaku-ji Temple with a firm attitude to the direct petition, the situation strayed due to the discordance within the administration.
  178. Although Goshirakawa requested the return of the emperor and the sacred treasures without removing the Tosho family of the Taira clan including TAIRA no Tokitada from government posts, the negotiation was unsuccessful ("Gyokuyo," entry of September 7).
  179. Although Goshirakawa strongly wished for Nijo to join him at the celebration for the construction of the temple, Nijo did not show any interest to visit Goshirakawa at all, Goshirakawa said, 'How can he refuse to visit me' (He must hate me) ("Gukan sho" (Jottings of a Fool)) and he developed a grudge against Nijo.
  180. Although Goshirakawa was not in trouble, later on he had to accept Emperor Antoku to become Crown Prince in 1178.
  181. Although HOSHI was supposed to become Japan's Minister of Foreign Affairs in the first OKUMA cabinet, Prime Minister Shigenobu OKUMA refused it, which caused the Kenseito party to split up.
  182. Although Hai Seisei appears in "Nihonshoki," he is referred to as Hai Sei in "Suishu" because this book was compiled in the reign of Tang Tai Zong and the book avoids his imina (real name), Seimin.
  183. Although Haibutsu-kishaku (a movement to abolish Buddhism) in the Meiji period forced it to eliminate the Buddhist institution and remain only as a shrine, it has continued using its Buddhist temple architecture and conserved a unique atmosphere.
  184. Although Hakodate (Hakodate City) where Hakodate-fu was established played a central role in Ezo in terms of population and industry, it was planned to establish a new head office in central Hokkaido because Hakodate was positioned far south.
  185. Although Hanpei, the fourth descendant from Shichidayu, was to be a successor, his mother died early and his step mother gave birth to a baby boy.
  186. Although Hanzo HATTORI has popularly been recognized as a ninja, only the first was a ninja (details are unknown) and the rest were not.
  187. Although Hari-ogi is not used, conducting Ashirai with Ogi byoshi is the usual alternative to Tsuzumi when Tsuzumi is broken on stage, and until the Edo period, jigashira (the leader of group reciters) controlled ji (reciters) by conducting Ogi byoshi in the performance of Su-utai (Noh lyrics without music).
  188. Although Harukage surrendered, Nobunaga did not allow his second betrayal and put him to death.
  189. Although Harumoto had defeated Kanrei Takakuni HOSOKAWA, who tried to regain his power, at Setsu Province and forced Takakuni to commit suicide, he gradually started to change his mind after that.
  190. Although Haseo followed the ogre's word at first, he lost patience at around 80 days and made love to the woman.
  191. Although Hatayasu went south enough to see Yamato City, he was afraid of Fukei's troops' ambush and retreated.
  192. Although Hatsuse no Naka no Okimi (Prince Hatsuse no Naka who was a half-brother of Yamashiro no Oe no Okimi) and SEKI no Azumahito supported him as well, a few people followed him, besides Emishi conciliated people very well to his side, therefore, at last, Yamashiro no Oe no Okimi declined to succeed.
  193. Although Hayami-ryu school stemmed from the Urasenke school of tea ceremony, it is based upon the culture of court nobles since it has maintained close relationships with Shogoin Monzeki Temple (originally built in 1090 in Kyoto as a temple of Tendai Sect and has been continuaously used as a residence of various priests retired from nobilities including imperial household members).
  194. Although Heian Bukkyo (Buddhism in the Heian period) had been for court nobles, Kamakura New Buddhism spread among newly rising samurai class (especially, the Rinzai sect and the Soto sect) and among the common people (especially, the Jodo sect, the Jodoshin sect, the Ji sect and the Nichiren sect).
  195. Although Heijo-kyo was temporarily abandoned due to the transfer of the capital to Kuni-kyo in 740, it was relocated to Heijo-kyo once again in 745 and was the center of the government for 74 years, until it was transferred to Nagaoka-kyo in 784.
  196. Although Hidehira explained that he had no rebellious spirit, a Zoshiki (a minor official) who was sent to Mutsu Province by Yoritomo reported, 'They seem to stand ready for a rebellion' and Yoritomo reported to the Imperial Court about the situation in Oshu.
  197. Although Hidehira strongly stopped Yoshitsune leaving, Yoshitsune quietly slipped out of the residence.
  198. Although Hidemitsu AKECHI, husband of the daughter of Mitsuhide, searched for the corpse of Nobunaga, he could not find it.
  199. Although Hideo KANDA counted Prince Yuge as one of the compilers of "Manyoshu," very few support this theory today.
  200. Although Hideoyoshi's military force overpowered Ieyasu's, Hideyoshi was defeated locally, at the Battle of Komaki and Nagakute, because Ieyasu was a superb tactician.
  201. Although Hidetada finally accepted the opinions of Yasumasa and Tadachika on attacks, Fudai daimyo were not able to support Hidetada.
  202. Although Hidetane relied on the help and support of his nephew Hideharu HORI, the Hori clan also faced the forfeiture of the rank and property during the reign of Tadatoshi HORI, forcing Hidetane to once again become a ronin (a lord-less samurai).
  203. Although Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, who recognized the way the Matsui family worked, made an offer Yasuyuki a position of Daimyo (feudal lord) of a half of Iwami Province with 180,000 Goku crop yields, Yasuyuki declined the offer due to his wish to continue to serve the Hosokawa family.
  204. Although Hideyoshi announced the plan of attack during the next year, 1599, Hideyoshi died on October 7 and the significance of continuing the war disappeared.
  205. Although Hideyoshi had already died on September 18 before this battle started, this was concealed from the Japanese army in Korea.
  206. Although Hideyoshi hastened back to Mino with his army the following day, June 7, flooding of the Ibi-gawa River forced him to enter Ogaki-jo Castle.
  207. Although Hideyoshi himself left the front for home in September, Toshiie and others remained there and made every effort to suppress the Ou region.
  208. Although Hideyoshi questioned Masamune closely about his failure to obey the edicts, Masamune had a narrow escape thanks to the mediation of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  209. Although Hideyoshi spared the life of Akane, he broke his promise of approval of Toyokuni as a landowner of Inaba Province on the grounds that Toyokuni took so long to surrender.
  210. Although Higan was begun with the intent to spread Buddhism throughout the country by Imperial order, it was gradually became for the repose of ancestors since people regardless of age are interested in the other world.
  211. Although Hirohime (Prince Hiro) became the Empress of the Emperor Bidatsu on the New Year Day in 575, she met with her demise during November of the same year.
  212. Although Hiroshi was a person who kept dedicating his loyalty to Aizu Domain until his death, he also had a strong spirit of defiance, and he learned Yomei-gaku (neo-Confuciasnism based on teaching of Wang Yangming) against Neo-Confucianism that was being studied at hangaku (school for samurai children) of Aizu Domain.
  213. Although Hiroshige UTAGAWA (an Ukiyo-e artist famous for Tokaido Gojusan-tsugi) also asked to learn under Toyokuni, Hiroshige was not admitted as the school was full of pupils.
  214. Although Hisamasa put pressure upon the Iguchi clan at the request of the villagers, the Iguchi clan made an unreasonable demand of an enormous amount of tribute in order to keep them quiet.
  215. Although Hisamasa secured water and expanded the irrigation project, a conflict was caused over the water among the villages.
  216. Although Hojo dispatched a small army to Kozuke and Saku, the battle didn't turn in his favor.
  217. Although Honpashiki emon (rippling drapery), in which thick rounded curves regularly alternate with thin ridged curves, is a feature of the first half of the Heian period's sculpture, drapery carved on the whole surface of this statue is rare.
  218. Although Honzan school was ahead of Tozan school in Omine Okugake, with decline of pilgrimages to Kumano Sanzan after the early modern times, entering from Yoshino has been considered to be common and legitimate for both schools since the Edo Period.
  219. Although Hyakusai-ji Temple was burnt down, Kudarao-jinja Shrine still exists in Hirakata City, Osaka Prefecture.
  220. Although I am living in a neighboring country, far-away from theirs and I am only an individual with no link to their politics, I feel very sorry to hear this; while writing this sentence, tears come to my eyes and wet the paper.
  221. Although I am not perfect, I am honored to take on this assignment with the help of the spirit from the past Emperors and I will serve my role in all affairs of the state's politics myself.'
  222. Although I could not believe it, I decided to try it and sewed silk clothes.
  223. Although I do not know what kind of promise I made in ancient times, it has been three years since I saw this village, Shonai Osaka in the Ikutama Higashinari district of Sesshu, at the end of fall 1496, and built a vihara.
  224. Although I wanted to see my brother and my sister-in-law very much before my departure if possible, my hope did not come true.'
  225. Although I'd resolved to consider myself dead to the world from this point, I dread the moments when I allow myself to think of what might have been, and am on the verge of slipping into those feelings from the past.'
  226. Although Ichiman was able to escape with his mother, the rest of the Hiki family was killed.
  227. Although Ichiyo was shizoku, since her family had been farmers, she was treated as a commoner; she became introverted, and senior pupils from the upper social class called her 'monotsutsumi no kimi' (literally, close-natured person).
  228. Although Iemitsu's father and second Shogun Hidetada had his first son Chomaru in 1601, because Chomaru died young, Iemitsu was treated as the heir and was given the childhood name of "Takechiyo," the same childhood name of his grandfather, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  229. Although Iemochi came to the capital and entered Nijo-jo Castle again in 1865 he soon moved to Osaka-jo Castle to take command in the Bakucho War.
  230. Although Iemochi only lived for twenty years, he was highly valued for coping with the tumultuous time during the end of Edo Period.
  231. Although Iemochi was only thirteen at the time he became shogun, since he was a cousin of the 13th shogun Iesada TOKUGAWA and more closely related to the former shogun, he was chosen even over Yoshinobu whose blood relationship ran back to Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, the first shogun of Tokugawa family.
  232. Although Ienari, as shogun, was indifferent to the affairs of state, the country was at peace and the power of the bakufu at its peak.
  233. Although Iesada had pockmarks around his eyes because of his childhood illness, the painter of the portrait did not depict those marks.
  234. Although Ieshige had a speech impediment, he had normal intelligence, and one opinion states that he was competent to perform government affairs.
  235. Although Ieyasu TOKUGAWA invited Hisasuke to enter government service for 8,000 koku, Hisasuke declined the offer; and he died in Yokkaichi, Kyoto.
  236. Although Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, who was Nobunaga's ally, was given Suruga as his territory, the Gohojo clan in the neighboring province of Sagami, which cooperated in the subjugation of the Takeda clan, was not given any of the former territory of the Takeda clan.
  237. Although Ieyasu admitted his own mistake, he showed an aggressive attitude, and strictly speaking, Ieyasu who violated the laws ought to have come to Osaka-jo Castle to greet Hideyori and Toshiie, but he kept on refusing to do so obstinately.
  238. Although Ieyasu tried to give him a citation, Mototada refused it, saying a citation would be useful if only he served another lord, but as he could not think of any lord but Ieyasu, a citation was useless.
  239. Although Ieyasu was placed in a disadvantageous position in view of military forces, he made Tadatsugu SAKAI defeat the troop led by Nagayoshi MORI, a military commander of the Hashiba's forces, before Hideyoshi arrived at Komaki City (the Battle of Haguro).
  240. Although Iga no kata, Mitsumune IGA, and Sanemasa ICHIJO were exiled for the plot, Masamura HOJO, whom they tried to make the regent, escaped severe punishment and assumed the seventh Shikken position later.
  241. Although Ikuta Kengyo is credited for performing the ensemble of shamisen (three-stringed Japanese banjo) (jiuta - traditional songs with shamisen accompaniment) and Soh, such performance seems to have been conducted by other schools as well.
  242. Although Imai himself was not satisfied with the quality of it, the film became a big hit and helped Toei lay its foundation.
  243. Although Imoko was sent into exile for the loss, he was granted amnesty soon after and promoted to Daitoku (the first grade of "the twelve grades of cap rank").
  244. Although Imperial Prince Sanehito was made the Togu (Crown Prince), the imperial prince passed away at the age of fifteen in 1085.
  245. Although Imperial Prince Yoshihisa did not actually have an opportunity to serve as zasu of Enryaku-ji Temple on Mt. Hiei, it is not correct to say that he was not Tendai-zasu because the Tendai Sect was administered by Kanei-ji Temple, not by Enryaku-ji Temple.
  246. Although Indian 'curry' became famous with the introduction to Britain, it was very difficult for ordinary British people to learn how to use the variety of spices.
  247. Although Inugui became a problem at school lunch where lunch plates were used, and another problem that students had difficulty in eating noodles (e.g. soft type noodles) with using spork only they had, and they were forced to put their noses into the meal arose.
  248. Although Iori ICHIO was goshoinban (a shogun's body guard or the castle guard) of the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) and a hatamoto (direct retainers of the bakufu) in 1,000 koku (approximately 180,000 liters of crop yield; 1 koku was about 180 liter; an old unit showing volume), little is known about the details of his relationship to Sansai.
  249. Although Iruka was a very cautious man and always carried his sword day and night, they prepared an actor to convince him to take his sword off.
  250. Although Isami KONDO, Toshizo HIJIKATA and others moved to Nagareyama and tried to regain power, Isami KONDO was caught by the army of the new government and executed, and Soji OKITA also died in Edo as his tuberculosis worsened.
  251. Although Ishikawa and Ando have already passed away, Oka and Maruya have continued, as of 2006, to hold gatherings to create renku, the results of which are published in the magazine "Subaru."
  252. Although Ito may be minor as a military man, it was only Ito and Sukeshige MAKINO, the last lord of Tanabe Domain of Tango Province, who were granted the peerage among people from Maizuru City, and thus Ito is said to be respected as a rare great figure in the district.
  253. Although Itokunomori-kofun Tomb in Unebi-cho Kashihara City used to be considered as Emperor Itoku's Mausoleum because of its name, there is another theory that this misasagi is for the Empress.
  254. Although Iwao was satisfied with this new house, Sutematsu, his wife, worried about their children's future from own experience, thinking that 'a life based on the excessive Western-style may prevent them from being used to Japan's customs' and therefore, she arranged children's rooms in Japanese-style.
  255. Although Iwarehikono Mikoto went on to Arasaka no tsu in Kumano with his son, Tagishi-miminomikoto, and executed a woman bandit in Nishikitobe, his army was exposed to poisonous air of the God of Land and struck down by illness.
  256. Although Iwasaki never mentioned this in public (it is believed in the West that a traditional Japanese woman would not show her innermost personal feelings), Golden's book was a distorted description of the happiest events in her past.
  257. Although Izanagi is the creator god of the national land, he has not been worshipped to any great extent in court rituals.
  258. Although Izanami was still suffering from her illness, she continued to produce gods one after another from her vomit and others.
  259. Although Jakusho tried to go back to Japan, he stayed in Gomon-ji Temple in Suzhou City due to a request by Choi, who was a Sanshishi.
  260. Although Japan avoided Yuan's expedition by its retreat, it is said Japan could only manage defense in the battle.
  261. Although Japan did not receive sakuho (homage by the Chinese emperor) from Tang, it was essentially treated as a tributary state which served Tang as a subject.
  262. Although Japan discontinued exchanges with foreign countries in the Heian period and in the Edo period, one characteristic is that a culture specific to Japan was prominently matured in these periods.
  263. Although Japan gained the status as a major power through the Russo-Japanese War, tax increases as part of the war-time fiscal policy left local finances in a state of near collapse, and rural areas became seriously ruined and devastated.
  264. Although Japan obtained the sovereignty of the Kwantung Leased Territory, the leased territory did not comprise Japan's territories.
  265. Although Japan sent sovereign's messages to Korea several times after 1868, their relation were not smooth due to misunderstanding.
  266. Although Japanese gardens had been built with water, with the emergence of the dry landscape garden style, it became unnecessary to have water in a garden.
  267. Although Japanese kanshi rapidly declined during the twentieth century, intellectuals who received an education of sinology such as Soseki NATSUME, Ogai MORI and Atsushi NAKAJIMA had a taste for kanshi.
  268. Although Japanese kazarimusubi are often similar to Chinese decorative knots, there are many kazarimusubi that were invented in Japan.
  269. Although Japanese public opinon was strongly in favor of declarling war on Russia, Japan still did not have the strength to fight a great power such as Russia, and a faction opposing war prevailed in the government.
  270. Although Japanese rooms (tatami-matted rooms) that are installed with a built-in hearth to learn or enjoy the tea ceremony are often called Chashitsu, this section describes mainly soan-style (small grass-thatched hut) teahouses with four-and-a-half mats or less.
  271. Although Japanese swords in the early Kamakura era looked like the ones in the late Heian period, the military government system was established by the Kamakura Shogunate, and the world of swords blossomed.
  272. Although Japanese swords themselves were endangered once, Japan made a great effort and possession with a registration system became possible.
  273. Although Japanese were prohibited to go to Ezo area, but Ainu were not prohibited to go to Wajinchi, and in the first half of Edo era, it was not rare that Ainus went to Wajinchi by preparing trade ships.
  274. Although Japonism was triggered by Orientalism, it was not merely a fleeting trend.
  275. Although Jizo Bosatsu (the guardian deity mainly for children) was carved at the surface of the sotoba, Motonaga and his retainers ignored it and tread over it.
  276. Although Jogyo and Nokan are treated as different people in "Sonpi Bunmyaku" (Bloodlines of Noble and Base), this is mistaken.
  277. Although Joruri is often identified with Gidayu-bushi, such an interpretation is incorrect.
  278. Although Jubei established tea party places in the domain and took part in agricultural administration and worked hard for it, he was caught up in trouble of water and killed by farmers.
  279. Although Jukai himself held the position of chairman of the Kansai Kabuki Haiyu Kyokai (the Kansai Kabuki Actors' Association), he could not stop waves of confusion, and the decline of Kansai Kabuki started with the death of Jusaburo.
  280. Although Junnyo was confused, he performed beautiful dancing in the nude, since he felt he had to follow the order in order to achieve his fervent wish to restore Hongan-ji Temple, and Yoshimasa praised his performance.
  281. Although Jusaburo was born in Osaka, the quality of his performances was not suitable for wagoto.
  282. Although KATSU was a shogun's retainer, he foresaw collapse of the Bakufu and many patriots of forces of overthrowing the Shogunate gathered to him.
  283. Although KAWAJI is regarded as the person who laid foundation of the Japanese modern police system, he is still now unpopular in his hometown Kagoshima as "a man who attempted to assassinate SAIGO" or "a man who stood against his hometown."
  284. Although KIYOHARA no Sadahira was granted a reward to be appointed as Chinjufu Shogun (Commander-in-Chief of the Defence of the North) for the victory, MINAMOTO no Yoritoshi did not receive any reward.
  285. Although KONDO said, 'I want to save Todo's life.' and NAGAKURA attempted to let Heisuke run away, Heisuke was killed by Tsunesaburo MIURA.
  286. Although KURODA became the chief of the Hokkaido Development Commission in 1874, he delivered commands from Tokyo without moving in to Hokkaido.
  287. Although Kadonomaro was a relative of FUJIWARA no Kusuko, he was found not to be guilty and later also served as Minbukyo (Minister of Popular Affairs).
  288. Although Kagefusa had already moved his army from Omi Province, receiving the news, he retreated.
  289. Although Kagesue and his fellows were forgiven later and returned to Kamakura, Yoshitsune wasn't forgiven and forced to return to Kyoto after having reached Koshigoe in the suburb of Kamakura.
  290. Although Kagetada fought frantically, they eventually made peace, and Kagetada withdrew to Noto Province through Kaga Province.
  291. Although Kagetora confronted Harunobu at Kawanakajima again (the second Battle of Kawanakajima) in May 1555, the battle was still unsettled, and they were encamped facing each other for five months.
  292. Although Kagetora defeated Takahiro KITAJO, confrontation between Kagetora and Harunobu, who controlled Takahiro in the background, became more serious.
  293. Although Kaisei's theory of trade has some logical problems, some evaluate the theory, saying that it went ahead of Japanese trade protectionism.
  294. Although Kaishi was a nyogo, she was the only consort with whom Emperor Reizei had children while he was on the throne, giving birth to one son and two daughters.
  295. Although Kaishu KATSU became an older step-brother of Shozan through the marriage of Kaishu's younger sister and Shozan in 1852, Kaishu did not greatly appreciated Shozan as Shozan was arrogant.
  296. Although Kame no o is often considered a representative sakamai, it is classified as general-purpose rice under the Agricultural Products Standards Rule enforced in 1951.
  297. Although Kanefumi NISHIMURA was known for severely criticizing Kondo, Hijikata and other members of the Shinsengumi, he left no comments on Okita or Keisuke YAMANAMI.
  298. Although Kanei Tsuho was no more than privately-minted coins at this point, possibly Keicho-tsuho in 1606, which was said to be ordered by the bakufu, and Genna Tsuho, minted in 1617 were on the same level with Kanei Tsuho.
  299. Although Kaneie was minister of the right, prime minister FUJIWARA no Yoritada (the former chancellor) and MINAMOTO no Masanobu, minister of the left, were superior to him in rank, and Masanobu served as ichinokami.
  300. Although Kanemichi was on very bad terms with his younger brother FUJIWARA no Kaneie, he was very close to Yoritada and they consulted with each other in affairs of state in details.
  301. Although Kanetoki joined the bakufu administration with an appointment as one of hyojoshu (a member of Council of State), he died on November 3, 1295, which was five months after his return to Kamakura.
  302. Although Kaneyoshi served for Emperor Gouda as the Hokumen no Bushi (the Imperial Palace Guards) and was promoted to Jugoinoge-sahyoenosuke (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade, Deputy Chief of the Palace Guard of the Left), he entered the priesthood and changed his name to Kenko after the death of the Retired Emperor.
  303. Although Kanin was at first critical of Genshin's Mukae-ko, he came to believe in it and established the Daimitsu Ryuzenin-ryu school under the teaching of Genshin.
  304. Although Kansai Kabuki emerged from the crisis of its collapse thanks to Nizaemon Kabuki, the end of the slump in Kansai Kabuki was not seen in the 1960s and 1970s and conditions of great distress continued.
  305. Although Kaoru cared about Ukifune, he hesitated because she was a stepdaughter of zuryo (provincial governor).
  306. Although Kaoru gets married with Onna Ni no Miya (Emperor Kinjo's princess), his sorrow can't be soothed.
  307. Although Kaoru serves her as a guardian, he ends up being distrusted by Niou Miya.
  308. Although Karu no Miko was beleaguered by the soldiers led by Anaho no Miko, the battle was avoided at the discretion of Omae no Sukune, and Karu no Miko killed himself (but, according to ''Kojiki'' [literally, the Records of Ancient Matters], Karu no Miko was exiled to Dogo-onsen).
  309. Although Karyo (non-penal fine) is a monetary punishment, it is not a punishment such as a fine or a petty fine.
  310. Although Kasuga no Yamada no Himemiko (the empress of the former Emperor Ankan) was nominated as an interim successor upon the death of Emperor Senka, Emperor Kinmei at his young age succeeded the enthronement in 539 due to refusal by Kasuga no Yamada no Himemiko.
  311. Although Katana kaji used to have an attribute as workmen of weapon manufacturing, some of them started to develop an artistic disposition.
  312. Although Katsuie asked Oichi to flee the castle right before their suicide, Oichi refused to run away again as she did after the fall of Asai-jo Castle.
  313. Although Katsuie had managed to escape to Kitanosho-jo Castle, the castle was besieged by Hideyoshi's army led by Toshiie MAEDA on June 13, resulting in the suicides of Katsuie, his wife Lady Oichi, and others the next day.
  314. Although Katsumoto was instructed by the shogun Yoshimasa to hunt down and kill Sozen, they were evenly matched.
  315. Although Kawanakajima at that time was an expanse of swampland through which a few rivulets flew and of barren land, its soil, being sediments from flood, was rich and produced rice crop more than Echigo at that time.
  316. Although Kazahinominomia was originally called 'Kase-jinja Shrine,' it was given the shrine name of 'Kazahinominomia' by Imperial proclamation since it was believed that a deity of Kase-jinja Shrine generated Kamikaze (divine wind) during Genko (Mongol invasion attempts against Japan).
  317. Although Kazan himself was not a Dutch scholar, Fujita's description came from his status as the leader of Dutch scholars in those days.
  318. Although Kenji-doza has been performed a number of times since the end of World War II as well, it occurs infrequently.
  319. Although Kennyo and Nobunaga concluded agreements a few times after that, Kennyo, upon request from Yoshiaki and others, violated the agreements several times, which caused most Ikko-Ikki other than Ishiyama, such as Nagashima or Echizen, to be ended by mass executions by Nobunaga.
  320. Although Kensaki has another meaning as well, as mentioned above it means the standard places in sizing Wafuku.
  321. Although Kenshin liked sake very much, he did not prefer to drink with others, he would step out onto a veranda (a narrow wooden passage along the end of a house facing the garden) and help himself to sake while eating pickled ume (plum).
  322. Although Kenshin was first buried at Rinsen-ji Temple (Joetsu City) in a castle town of Kasugayama-jo Castle, the body was reburied in Aizu Wakamatsu-jo Castle as the Nagao-Uesugi family moved territories and then in Yonezawa-jo Castle.
  323. Although Kigensetsu was abolished in 1948, the day became a national holiday anew called National Foundation Day in 1967.
  324. Although Kiheitai Army had a mixed personnel organization which consisted of samurais who were free from the class system, peasants and citizens from any social rank, they were hierarchically distinguished by the emblem on sleeves.
  325. Although Kijoshu sake was not as yet available in large quantities in the market in 2006, the Kijoshu Sake Association has already been established and some of its member breweries are actively engaged in the research and development of kijoshu sake.
  326. Although Kindai shakaku seido was abolished after the World War II due to the principle of separation of government and religion, it is still used today under the name of 'Kyu shakaku' (old classification of shrines) to represent the ranking of shrines.
  327. Although King Buyeo left Japan for Baekje to reconstruct the country, he lost in the Battle of Baekgang and was later captured by Tang Dynasty China after escaping to Goguryeo.
  328. Although Kinmoto was the oldest legitimate son of the Saionji family, his younger brother was promoted to Daijo-daijin, but Kinmoto was Udaijin at best when he quitted working, and therefore, the position of the direct line of the Saionji family soon moved to the family of his younger brother.
  329. Although Kinmune and others were killed after they failed to assassinate Emperor Godaigo, Yasuie escaped and appealed to the remnants of the Hojo clan in various places to raise an army.
  330. Although Kinugasa-don is a standard dish in Kyoto, in other cities, for example Kinki region including Kobe, Osaka and so on, it is sometimes served as Kitsune-don.
  331. Although Kira had faithfully carried out the decisions of the bakufu, he often served to convey policies that repressed the Imperial Court under order of the bakufu.
  332. Although Kitakinki Tango Railway Miyazu Line of Kitakinki Tango Railway Corporation (KTR) runs through the city, there is no station with the city name 'Kyotango,' but there are stations with the -cho (town) names before the merger.
  333. Although Kiyomasa ruled Higo Province from 1587 to 1611, he was really substantially settled in Kumamoto for a total of about 15 years due to the dispatch of troops to Korea and so on.
  334. Although Kiyomori's army becomes tired, TAIRA no Shigemori attempts to challenge Tametomo by himself.
  335. Although Kiyonari no Musume, in Emperor Kanmu's favor, was expected to give a birth to an heir/heiress by Emperor Kanmu as well as others, she passed away on October 15, 796; she did not have a child at all.
  336. Although Kiyouji held control in the Shogunate, with Kunikiyo returning to Kamakura and advances by the Southern Court forces, opposing factions were plotting to overthrow him.
  337. Although Kodanji had been wanting to do "Sukeroku," he was small and not suitable for the role.
  338. Although Koga Nyudo wanted to attack Kyoto immediately, the envoy of the Kai-Genji (Minamoto clan) (which had cooperated with the uprising) restrained this, saying they didn't have enough military force yet.
  339. Although Kojima was acquitted of the criminal punishment on the ground of insufficient evidence, he resigned the post.
  340. Although Kojima-dera Temple was involved in the disturbances of war during the Muromachi period and ebbed away, the lord of the Takatori Domain (the lord of Takatori Castle), the Honda clan, revitalized it.
  341. Although Kokuga (provincial offices) allowed them to have their own private lands, the right was very fragile.
  342. Although Kokusetsu later had his nephew named Soha HATTORI restore the Fukuo school, the Shindo school remained at a higher position than the Fukuo school until the end of the Edo period.
  343. Although Komachi faced a difficult situation, she detected Kuronushi's lie and rinsed the bound book with water with lord's permission.
  344. Although Komainu seen on the grounds of temples or shrines are often made of stone or bronze, some placed inside the main shrine are made of wood.
  345. Although Koman desperately asks him just not to kill her baby, he grips her hands and makes her hold the sword with him to stab the infant to death.
  346. Although Kondo insisted that he was Okubo, Washio KANO, a former Shinsengumi member as well as one of the Goryo Eji, found that he really was Kondo, and this led to him being captured.
  347. Although Korea was a protectorate of Japan between July 1905 and 1910, use of stamps of the suzerain in the mass was unusual compared to the protectorate policy practiced in other countries.
  348. Although Koremasa ASO barely retained the territories owing to excellent military strategies by the chief vassal, Soun KAI, the Sagara clan surrendered to the Shimazu clan in 1581, causing the Aso clan to be directly pressured by the Shimazu clan from the south.
  349. Although Koremori had no intention of retreating, he had no choice but to do so, partly because Tadakiyo repeatedly insisted on it and partly because it was what his demoralized soldiers wanted.
  350. Although Korin's replica is quite identical, it differs in some points.
  351. Although Korin's reproduction is a masterpiece, many viewers think that Sotatsu's work is more powerful because of the differences mentioned above.
  352. Although Kuikaeshi by parents did not have any restrictions, to prevent complications afterward, there were cases to include the conditions for Kuikaeshi in the letter of transfer or disposition which was created when the share of the property was decided.
  353. Although Kuni no Tokotachi no Mikoto was born from another object that looked like floating grease.
  354. Although Kunichika seemed to have many disciples, only Chikashige MORIKAWA and Chikanobu YOSHU flourished as well-known artists.
  355. Although Kunikyo was a capital for only about three years, the Imperial Decree for the Construction of Kokubun-ji Temple and Kokubun-niji Temple and the Imperial Decree for the Construction of the Great Buddha, both significant events in Japanese cultural history, were issued and carried out at this place.
  356. Although Kuniomi's punishment had not been decided yet, he was beheaded together with more than 30 prisoners.
  357. Although Kunishige wished to side with Hideyoshi in Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI's attack on Odawara in 1590, he was forced to remain in Odawara-jo Castle under threat from the Hojo clan.
  358. Although Kuromaro's origin (roots) was unknown, it is speculated that he was a warrior from the same family as Abe no Mushimaro who was a commander of suppression forces.
  359. Although Kuruma Ebi (Japanese tiger prawn) has been commonly used for cooking Ebi furai, more and more restaurants and stores use black tiger shrimp because of the declining Kuruma Ebi catches.
  360. Although Kyoto Aquarena was removed at the time of overall renovation in 1982, its construction was started in 1999 and was completed in July, 2002.
  361. Although Maizuru City used to be the largest industrial city among the Japan Sea coastal cities, and temporarily held a population of about 200,000 during WWII, today its rank in this respect is lower.
  362. Although Maizuru City's finances are favorable compared among the rest of the northern Kyoto autonomous bodies, the city has concerns including depopulation, Maizuru Municipal Hospital management, etc.
  363. Although Maizuru saw successful development as a military capital, according to the Washington Naval Treaty in February 1923, Maizuru Chinju-fu was scaled down to a Critical Naval Department with the Naval Arsenal also being reduced to a Naval Factory Department.
  364. Although Makibi drifted to Yakushima Island on his way back to Japan, he safely returned to Kyoto with Ganjin (a priest of Tang) in 753.
  365. Although Makibi offered his resignation due to aging after the enthronement of Emperor Konin, the Emperor only allowed him to resign from his concurrent post of Chue no daisho (Major Captain of the imperial guard), but retained him as Udaijin.
  366. Although Makiko HITOTSUYANAGI had been expected to become a teacher of Joshi Eigaku Juku, she married William Merrell Vories after she had returned to Japan.
  367. Although Makimuku Remains are considered to have been a large-scale community, the sign of the village has not been discovered yet.
  368. Although Makino was in the depth of despair, he started the study on talkie films as early as in November of the same year, only one year after the world's first talkie film "Jazz Singer" was produced in Hollywood and released across the U.S.
  369. Although Makino went back to work as a director at Nikkatsu for a while, he again established a new company, 'Makino Educational Films' in 1921.
  370. Although Mannosuke is not as famous as his brother Mansaku or his nephew Mansai, he is one of the important backbones who support Mansaku family.
  371. Although Masaharu was a senior vassal of the Hatakeyama family and a lord of Eboshigata-jo Castle, due to the fall of the Hatayama clan, he lost the Castle, which eventually led to his downfall.
  372. Although Masakado surrounded the provincial capital, he lifted the siege and allowed Yoshikane to escape.
  373. Although Masamoto was against this request, Yoshiki marched off with a punitive force to settle the issue of the succession to the head of Hatakeyama clan.
  374. Although Masamune DATE invaded the Uesugi's territory on April 26, 1601, he was routed by the desperate resistance from the Uesugi forces.
  375. Although Masamune sent a reinforcement for Mogami clan, the troops just stood by and watched while the troops of Uesugi clan attacked the Mogami troops.
  376. Although Masamune tried to go to Yuhara (湯原), Nagai District on October 7 of the following day, Bingo no kami (Governor of Bingo Province) Kiyonaga AMAKASU (甘粕備後守清長) on the Uesugi side was there to patrol.
  377. Although Masamune's mother Yoshihime (Hoshunin) remained at the Date family even after this incident, she suddenly fled to the Yamagata-jo Castle after 4 years of the incident, where her elder brother, Yoshiaki MOGAMI resided (please refer to "Yoshihime" page for further information).
  378. Although Masanobu lived until age 97, it isn't clear what work he produced during the last 30 years, and it seems he had his heir Motonobu assume the work of painting as he went into retirement.
  379. Although Masanori KAGAWA began writing the "Intokuki," judged to be the source on which Intoku taiheiki is based, he died in 1660, before making it more than halfway through the writing.
  380. Although Masanori aplied the permission two months ago, he had not received it officially from the bakufu.
  381. Although Masanori was told to change the territory to the Himeji Domain in Harima Province with additional properties, this did not come true because he died young.
  382. Although Masaoka is worried that they may be poisoned, she cannot intervene, out of regard for the Kanrei family, and then Senmatsu rushes into the scene, grabs and eats the sweets, and suffers from the poison.
  383. Although Masatomo ASHIKAGA had only a small party of soldiers in the initial phase, he was able to rally the forces of the Yamanouchi-Uesugi family to his camp, and Noritane's side became totally destroyed because they were severely attacked even after they withdrew.
  384. Although Masatora moved from place to place to fight in the provinces of Kozuke, Musashi, Hitachi, Shimotsuke and Shimousa, his territories in the Kanto region remained mainly in the eastern part of Kozuke Province (however, some powerful families in the provinces of Kozuke, Shimotsuke and Hitachi took the side of Uesugi clan when Kenshin died).
  385. Although Masayuki recommended going to Iwabitsu-jo Castle, which was an impregnable fortress, Nobushige insisted on going to Iwadonoyama-jo Castle on the grounds that Iwabitsu-jo Castle was too far and that the snow was too deep.
  386. Although Masei-sekki was regarded as an indicator of the Neolithic era by John Lubbock, partly-ground stoneware was found to have been actually used in Northwest Europe and West Asia in around 9000 B.C. corresponding to Mesolithic era.
  387. Although Masuda was known as the leading collector of the time, he couldn't afford the hand scrolls by himself, so he decided to divide the hand scrolls into each poet's portrait to distribute.
  388. Although Masuko became pregnant in 1733, she lost the baby due to premature birth on October 18 (The child died soon after the birth.)
  389. Although Matanari was not directly involved in the planning of the rebellion, he was arrested and confessed, revealing the plans for the rebellion established by Naramaro; he later committed suicide.
  390. Although Meiji society did not approve of women wanting to become artists, Nakako continuously supported Shoen, offering undeerstanding and encouragement.
  391. Although Michikaze's style of calligraphy is abundant and beautiful, its impressions are sublime, and the power in his brush strokes poised.
  392. Although Michikiyo holed up in Takanawasan-jo Castle in Kazahaya County, Iyo Province (Hojo City, Ehime Prefecture) to make resistance, he was soundly defeated because of the betrayal by his ally.
  393. Although Michinaga persuaded Imperial Prince Atsuakira to change his mind (in form), his intention was resolute, and as a result, Imperial Prince Atsunaga (later Emperor Gosuzaku), younger brother of Emperor Goichijo, was named as the new Crown Prince.
  394. Although Michiyasu EDO acted as a vassal to the Satake clan, he, independent-minded, expanded his sphere of influence to the western and southern areas of Hitachi where there were a series of disturbances such as succession disputes within the Furukawa kubo family.
  395. Although Michizane continued to be promoted during the reign of Emperor Daigo, powerful aristocrats, such as the Fujiwara clan, who disliked the idea of centralization of power in the Imperial Court, resisted the idea of centralized financial administration that Michizane insisted on.
  396. Although Mii-dera Temple historically suffered from attacks and burnings set repeatedly, many Buddha statues, Buddhist paintings, documents and so on are preserved.
  397. Although Miiro's character as a god is not known other than as the sun god, Akira SADATAKA assumes that it had a character as a savoir, considering the influence of Manichaeism.
  398. Although Mikako was the Shogun's lawful wife, she never entered the Edo Castle because Yoshinobu didn't when he was Shogun.
  399. Although Miko is not used as a general term at present, there are some cases to use the naming of Miko here and there, such as the Miko room to refer to the room for the children of the emperor at the Imperial Palace.
  400. Although Mishima declined the offer, since he had always really liked sports and knew the event, he planned to go with his schoolmates and watch it from the outside of the track.
  401. Although Mitsuhide AKECHI was later given this territory and the castle, the castle was demolished after Mitsuhide moved to Sakamoto-jo Castle which he built the following year.
  402. Although Mitsuhide's feelings are hurt, he says, 'Even though a lord doesn't act like a lord, his retainer should act like his retainer.'
  403. Although Mitsuhide's troops were ordered to attack the Mori clan in Bicchu Province by his lord Nobunaga ODA, he suddely changed his path saying that his enemy was Nobunaga himself in Honnno-ji Temple and headed towards Honnno-ji Temple in Kyoto.
  404. Although Mitsukazu succeeded to the headship of the Takeda family due to Motoshige's death on the battlefield, the Aki-Takeda clan gradually weakened in the wake of this Battle, and was eventually defeated several generations later by the Mori clan which became more powerful.
  405. Although Mitsukuni TOKUGAWA, the lord of the Mito Domain, requested permission from the Tokugawa government to repair mausoleums in the Genroku era, the government performed repairs by itself without granting the permission.
  406. Although Mitsumura was involved in the plot, because Tokiyori wanted to avoid a direct confrontation between the Hojo clan and the Miura clan, Mitsumura was not punished but was ordered to guard Yoritsune who was to be escorted to Heian-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in current Kyoto).
  407. Although Mitsunari knew Ieyasu's intention, he raised the army to respond to Ieyasu's challenge, because he wanted anyway to break his present condition of being confined to his house.
  408. Although Miyoshi is very strong in the battles, the vengeance of Heaven has come down on him like this.'
  409. Although Miyuki had been at the middle rank in the period of Emperor Tenmu, he was ranked as high as FUSE no Minushi (AHE no Minushi) following Takechi no Miko (Prince Takechi) and of TAJIHI no Shima in the period of Empress Jito.
  410. Although Mochihitoo's armed uprising was successfully suppressed, the fact that Onjo-ji Temple and Kofuku-ji Temple had acted in concert with him was a serious threat to the fledgling government by Cloistered Emperor Takakura.
  411. Although Mochiie visited Norizane and had a meeting, Norizane went down to Fuijisawa, Sagami Province, and after he let the legitimate child go to the territory Kozuke, he went into Kamakura.
  412. Although Mochitame was not by right the head of the family, his ability was recognized by the Ashikaga clan and he was permitted to set up an independent family, separate from the Reizei family headed by his elder brother, but under the same Reizei name.
  413. Although Mokujiki's style was completely different from traditional sculptures, the way his chiseled work was left on the statues depicted his profound religious feelings within simple expression without any frivolity.
  414. Although Monk Loyola died in Macau, Valignano who became qualified as an envoy to be sent by the vice King of India, reached Japan in July 1590.
  415. Although Moritoshi wrestled INOMATA down quickly, he was eventually deceived and killed by INOMATA in the battle.
  416. Although Moriya plotted to make Prince Anahobe succeed to the throne, Umako thwarted Moriya's plan by supporting Kashiyakihime (the Queen of Emperor Bidatsu) as the successor; she also killed Prince Anahobe.
  417. Although Moriya tried to promote Prince Anahobe to become the Emperor, he surrounded the Prince's palace and murdered him after receiving the edict from Princess Kashiyaki to do so.
  418. Although Morokata also moved to Kasagi thereafter, he was caught and went into priesthood.
  419. Although Morokazu is described as Terutane TAKABA and as constructed Takabajo Castle in some documents, 'castle' in those days only meant a temporary barricade used during war and not a permanent facility as 'castle' in the later ages meant.
  420. Although Moronao KO and Enya Hangan are nominally based on real people, only this portion is based on the episode that appears in "Taiheiki," in which Moronao KO is in love with Enya Hangan's wife.
  421. Although Moroyasu headed to Chugoku region to conquer Tadafuyu ASHIKAGA, he returned to Kyoto in 1351 on receipt of the news in Iwami about Tadayoshi's submission to the Southern Court and raising his army, and followed Takauji to fight Tadayoshi.
  422. Although Moshi died young, there were Empresses or birth mothers of successive Emperors came from her family, Kanin line one after another, and it made big influence to the history of the politics during cloister government.
  423. Although Motomasa was young, Zeami praised him profusely saying, 'he is a specialist although he is my son,' and 'he is more proficient than Kanami,' and Motomasa was the best successor who 'could record and hand down all inherited secret teachings and esoteric points' and 'perfectly mastered the esoteric points.'
  424. Although Motonaga died in mortification, his sons, Nagayoshi MIYOSHI, Yoshikata MIYOSHI, Kazumasa SOGO and Fuyuyasu ATAGI, were all great commanders, and they led the Miyoshi clan to thrive greatly after his death.
  425. Although Motonari initially frowned, Yoshitaka OUCHI, who wanted to keep allied with the Kobayakawa clan, urged him to accept the suggestion, to which he obeyed.
  426. Although Mototsuna attempted to defend the Shokoku-ji Temple with 3,000 soldiers against the attack, part of Buddhist priests who communicated secretly with the Western Camp set fire to the inside of the Temple, and consequently, the Eastern Camp became upset and collapsed completely.
  427. Although Motouji temporary appointed KO no Moroari for a replacement, he summoned Noriaki UESUGI who was at Echigo, to Kamakura as Kanto Kanrei (a shogunal deputy for the Kanto region) on June, 1363.
  428. Although Mukei is his well-known alias, he also titled himself as Joun.
  429. Although Muneatsu was actually active in government affairs as the governor of the Sendai Domain, he is counted out of the successive heads of the Date clan because Munemoto was still the head of the clan.
  430. Although Munehiro was a military commander loyal to the Southern Court throughout his life, it was ironic that his son Chikatomo YUKI became an ally of the Northern Dynasty and attacked Chikafusa.
  431. Although Munemori ordered his army to capture Kio alive, Kio killed himself after fighting bravely in Uji Byodoin.
  432. Although Munetsuna himself died young, his grandson Muneshige SHIMOTSUMA (Reni SHIMOTSUMA or Reni SHIMOZUMA) became a disciple of Shinran, which led to his descendants' development as the Shimotsuma clan (the Shimozuma clan) as senior vassals of Hongan-ji Temple.
  433. Although Murashige's revolt itself lasted for a long period, an impact on the Hongan-ji Temple attack was minimized because the revolt was not echoed by the neighboring Oda lords' rebellions.
  434. Although Mutsu's father was a senior vassal serving in the Kishu Domain who accomplished financial reconstruction, he was defeated in a political strife within the domain and was overthrown when Mutsu was eight years old (1852); as the result, the family suffered hardship and poverty.
  435. Although Nagakazu was originally pro-shogunate, he gradually became more supportive of the new Imperial government, and when the capital of Japan moved from Kyoto to Tokyo in 1868, he provided the security service to Emperor Meiji and to the city of Kyoto.
  436. Although Nagamasa and Motonaga had become opposed to each other, Harumoto HOSOKAWA showed favor for Nagamasa.
  437. Although Nagamasu was one of Nobunaga's brothers, there was a large difference in age; and little is known about the first half of his life.
  438. Although Nagaragawa ukai that is conducted in Gifu City is famous, Oze ukai is also patronized by the Imperial Court as with Nagaragawa ukai and the official job title of ujo (a fisherman of cormorant fishing) is Kunaicho (Imperial Household Agency) shikibushoku ujo.
  439. Although Nagatada YAKUSHIJI and Motonaga KOZAI belonged to Masamoto HOSOKAWA's army in this battle, Nagatada, 2 years later in the Eisho no Sakuran (Disturbance), backed up Sumimoto HOSOKAWA, who his brother backed up, and succeeded in the assassination of Masamoto HOSOKAWA.
  440. Although Nagayasu did not make any major contributions subsequently, he solidified control of the domain, implemented benevolent rule and brought prosperity, with Terauchi-cho nicknamed 'Osaka of Yamato.'
  441. Although Nagayasu disappeared from history, Masayasu re-emerged as a vassal of the Toyotomi clan and died in the Battle of Osaka.
  442. Although Naisogata didn't make any rulings by itself, it was given to the authority to investigate, deliberate, and order a proper legal institution to deliberate the case in question.
  443. Although Naka County, Takeno County, and Kumano County disappeared according to the municipal organization, the old town names have remained as 'Oaza' in addresses.
  444. Although Nakamaro made a final stand in Sanbi, Takashima County, Omi Province, the government army defeated him in the end.
  445. Although Nanzan was not as fortified as the Lushun Fortress, it was a heavily defended position, and the Second Army received 4,000 casualties in taking it.
  446. Although Naosuke had never told his teacher Sokken that he himself had a part in the construction of the warship, Sokken learned of this fact later and slapped his knee in admiration for Naosuke's personality.
  447. Although Naosuke's confidants, Shuzen NAGANO and Rokunojo UTSUGI, had already been decapitated and killed by the Hikone clan, their families still incurred a reduction in land value.
  448. Although Naotsuna asked to fight again, Musashi rejected it and he asked to fight with Mataichi Naoshige.
  449. Although Naozane and the other troops fought valiantly, they were almost annihilated by the Taira clan due to being so severely out numbered.
  450. Although Naporitan is sometimes called Italian in the Kansai region, some restaurants have both Naporitan and Italian on the menu with slightly different ingredients, which leaves the definition of Naporitan up to the restaurants.
  451. Although Nariakira SHIMAZU, the lord of Satsuma Domain opposed Ii and planned to march on the capital with 5,000 domain soldiers, he died suddenly in July on that year.
  452. Although Nariakira and Tadanori superficially contended with each other for the family estate of the Shimazu clan, it can be said that Tadanori was only put up by the anti-Nariakira group and that their personal relationship had not been so bad consistently.
  453. Although Narita International Airport used to keep its position as a hub airport in East Asia, Hong Kong International Airport in China and Incheon International Airport in South Korea are taking this position, because the construction of runways of Narita International Airport has not moved forward as planned.
  454. Although Nehan Sect initially objected to these Chigi's interpretation, they were overpowered by his wisdom and energy and lost their power, finally merging into the Tendai sect of Buddhism.
  455. Although Nihon Sankei has high awareness, each region has been suffering from decrease in the number of overnight guests.
  456. Although Nihonshoki does not mention that, it says FURU no Muraji was given the kabane of Sukune on December 2, 684.
  457. Although Niigata prefecture was blessed with staple revived varieties, namely Kame no o and Gohyakumangoku, in the past those varieties couldn't stand a high degree of polishing.
  458. Although Ninagawa narrowly won the re-election by a bare majority of 4000 votes, he felt his limits considering the uphill battle and his age (he was 78 year old at that time) and retired from the governorship in 1978.
  459. Although Nioumiya reluctantly got married to Yugiri's daughter, he became enslaved by Rokunokimi's beauty, and gradually forgot to visit Naka no Kimi.
  460. Although Nobuhiro was Nobuhide's eldest son, he didn't have a hereditary right to Oda's family estate because his mother was Nobuhide's concubine.
  461. Although Nobunaga burned down the houses in Kamigyo and surrounded Nijo-jo Castle he refrained from attacking the castle itself; with an imperial command from Emperor Ogimachi they agreed to make peace.
  462. Although Nobunaga faced a predicament, he was saved by the death of Kenshin UESUGI, the strongest leader of the anti-Nobunaga network, in 1578; the anti-Nobunaga network collapsed in 1580, when Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple surrendered to Nobunaga by opnening its gate.
  463. Although Nobunaga kept quiet, he departed for the front wearing his armor on June 22, 1560 after dancing "Atsumori" (Kowaka-mai - story-telling with a simple dance).
  464. Although Nobunaga stopped setting fire to Shimogyo, he did not forgive Kamigyo, where Shogun's retainers and a lot of merchants supporting Bakufu lived, and set fire to this area.
  465. Although Nobunaga tried to attack with Nobutada, Akechi-jo Castle in Higashi Mino Province fell before Nobunaga's reinforcements arrived, and Nobunaga withdrew, avoiding the encounter with Takeda's army.
  466. Although Nobunaga used the title Kazusa no suke by himself when he stayed in Owari Province, he did not receive any government post directly from the Imperial Court.
  467. Although Nobunaga was killed by rebellion of Mitsuhide AKECHI, the ruling power was shifted to the hand of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, and Yoshiaki was not able to re-establish Muromachi bakufu.
  468. Although Nobunaga was put into a corner once, the siege against Nobunaga was ended by the death by disease of Shingen TAKEDA in April, 1573.
  469. Although Nobunaga was severe against enemy daimyo, Ikki-shu and his followers, he showed his ability in unspectacular domestic administration and was able to grasp the people's heart.
  470. Although Nobushige might have been grateful to the Toyotomi family for taking him as a commander when he was supposed to die in obscurity in Kudoyama, it is doubtful that he was so grateful to the Toyotomi family even though he wasn't a hereditary vassal of Toyotomi.
  471. Although Nobutaka became the head of the clan after the death of Nobuyasu, vassals supporting Nobumasa soon expelled him from Mariya-jo Castle in alliance with Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA and Yoshitaka SATOMI.
  472. Although Nobuyoshi succeeded to the position of his father, who retired and then died of disease, he could not become influential, and he was not appointed to the position of kanrei after the death of Ujitsuna, who used to be a kanrei.
  473. Although Noh performance was conducted when The Duke of Edinburgh visited Japan in 1869, a government order was issued in 1872 by which Noh/kyogen that 'mocks or insults the Emperor' was prohibited.
  474. Although Norimori was remitted a short time later, Tokitada's punishment was very heavy and we can infer that the Nijo shinsei (direct administration by Emperor Nijo) group was strongly cautious about Tokitada.
  475. Although Norimune showed the movement of split by supporting a member of the family Suminori ARIMA, he was reconciled with Masanori through the intermediation of Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA as he fell into an awful predicament by the attack of the Yamana clan agitated for this internal conflict.
  476. Although Norinaga had initially assisted in the family business, he later appealed to his mother that he would not be suitable for life as a merchant and instead studied medicine.
  477. Although Noritane's actions at that time are not well known, it is said that he took advantage of the confusion of the fall of the castle to disappear and he returned to his father's base Iwahashi Village, Into-sho (present-day Shisui Town, Inba District, Chiba Prefecture).
  478. Although Norizane asked for Mochiuji's life and assumption of his legitimate son Yoshihisa ASHIKAGA to Kanto Kubo, Yoshinori did not accept it and ordered to hunt down and kill him.
  479. Although Norizane pleaded with Bakufu for Mochiie's life and Yoshihisa's assumption of Kanto-kubo, Yoshinori didn't accept this and ordered Norizane to kill Mochiuji.
  480. Although Nos. 119 to 122 in the volume two of Manyoshu (Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves) are the romantic poems exchanged between her and Yuge no miko (the Prince Yuge), there are no historical documentation that attests to their marriage.
  481. Although Nyohon (sexual indulgence with women) was a serious violation of a commandment for Buddhist monks, since there was no direct prescript referring to male homosexuality, Tera-kosho were often targeted as a sex objects.
  482. Although OSHIMA had an interview with Dong-Jun AHN (安東晙), Korean counterpart, requesting him to accept sovereign's message, Dong-Jun AHN firmly rejected the acceptance.
  483. Although OTOMO no Fukei accordingly raised an army in Wa (Yamato Province) on August 1, his army was inferior being threatened by armies of the Omi Imperial Court from the north and west.
  484. Although OTOMO no Nagatoko had an important post during the Emperor Kotoku's period, the Otomo clan experienced hardships after Nagatoko died in 651.
  485. Although OTSUKI turned down this offer due to his busy schedule, he introduced a former translator Tsuneemon ISHII to him.
  486. Although Ochi-Kanze soon died, he had played an important role in history by creating an opportunity to approach the Tokugawa family for the Kanze group, and handing Zeami's writings down to posterity.
  487. Although Ochiba no Miya hopes to stay at the villa and become a priest, her father Emperor Suzaku disagrees with her and sends Yugiri to take her back to the principal residence at Ichijo Palace.
  488. Although Oda's army was well-known for their effective use of guns, Saikashu's gun-handling skills and the amount of guns they possessed troubled the Oda's army.
  489. Although Oden had originally been eaten only in Japan, it spread to Taiwan and the Korean peninsula during the annexation period.
  490. Although Oden in Kanto became out of fashion afterward, when the Great Kanto Earthquake occurred in 1923, 'Kanto daki' (関東煮) was distributed by volunteers from Kansai, which led to the re-establishment of Oden in Tokyo.
  491. Although Oden in this city is lightly seasoned, it is also called 'Kanto daki.'
  492. Although Ogoto Onsen projects an image of hot springs with nightlife districts, it is the biggest Onsen with the longest history in Shiga Prefecture.
  493. Although Oishi expected a certain number of people to leave the group, he was very sad to see those three people go, as it was quite unexpected.
  494. Although Oishi's actions irritated the Edo radicals and they began sending letters to request coming down to Edo since June, he kept on declining by telling them to stay calm for the sake of Daigaku.
  495. Although Okahi enticed away SOGA no Karako to assassinate him, he was beaten by Karako and ended up in staying in Tsuno Province (present Yamaguchi Prefecture) on his way back.
  496. Although Okita seemed to regard Yamanami as an older brother, he barely touched upon Yamanami's death in a letter he sent home.
  497. Although Okoto no kata, who entered the priesthood, lived in Sakuradamon yashiki mansion after Ieyoshi's death, a little later she committed adultery with a merchant-class carpenter during the repair work and later passed away.
  498. Although Oku-yuhitsu was prohibited from making any personal contacts with people other than Shogun, only Sobayonin (lord chamberlain) and Oku-yuhitsu could serve as Toritsugi (an attendant who serves Shogun by informing of a visitor and convey the message).
  499. Although Okubo was acting in a strong attitude, gaining momentum by the return of samurai of the Choshu clan to Kyoto just discharged on the same day, there existed a strong call to avoid war from soldiers of Aizu Domain, Kuwana Domain and other domains on Tokugawa side, residing in Kyoto.
  500. Although Okuninushi had married Yakami-hime earlier and had a child, Yakami-hime returned to her parents' home leaving Kinomata no kami behind in awe of the legal wife, Suseribime no mikoto.
  501. Although Okura-sho (Ministry of Finance) under the Okura-sho ritsuryo sei (the political system based on the codes of the Ministry of Finance) also worked as an organization engaged in finance, Minbu-sho was considered a more important ministry than Okura-sho because the former handled land taxes and family registers related to the land taxes.
  502. Although Ometsuke was a Hatamoto, he watched daimyo, who earned a rice yield of at least 10,000 koku.
  503. Although Omiya (Miya SHIGISAWA) was once engaged to a student of Daiichi High School (the first old-education-system high school), Kanichi HAZAMA, she suddenly got married with a wealthy Tadatsugu TOMIYAMA just before the marriage with Kanichi.
  504. Although Ommyodo had lost its political clout by the beginning of the Edo period, it became widespread and permeated deeply into Japanese society as folk beliefs; that people used to seek for an auspicious date or direction for special occasions.
  505. Although Omote-senke too was faced with a crisis, thanks to the iemoto system and, above all, a powerful patron the Mitsui family, it escaped hardships that Ura-senke experienced.
  506. Although Onmyo no suke (Assistant Director of Onmyoryo, or Bureau of Divination) with the same name appeared in the article of December 786 in "Shoku Nihongi" (Continuation of Chronicles of Japan), he is considered to be a different person.
  507. Although Onui is injured, she kills Taheiji and cries, "I'm dying with him," to avoid involving Satsuki, and then she commits suicide.
  508. Although Oribe FURUTA, Tadaoki HOSOKAWA and other disciples asked Hideyoshi to spare Rikyu's life, Rikyu committed Seppuku and died; and his head was displayed at Ichijo-modoribashi Bridge.
  509. Although Osaka Monorail Co., Ltd., currently has a direct connection with Osaka International Airport (Itami Airport), no JR line has been extended to the airport.
  510. Although Oshima's name was mentioned in literature, Hime no Ason Nukata was not.
  511. Although Ota's death is not known in detail, a local historian named Hikoichiro YAMASHITA, living in Kozu-shima Island, claimed in the 1950's that a tower erected for the repose of dead people's souls in Kozu-shima Island, the history of which had not been known, was actually Ota's tomb.
  512. Although Otose got married to Inosuke TERADAYA, the sixth landlord of the Teradaya Inn (an inn for sailors in Fushimi, Kyoto), Inosuke deteriorated his business for being debauched and even died young for excessive drinking.
  513. Although Oyumi fought fiercely enough to rout the King of Silla, he died in the same month.
  514. Although Platform 1 and 2 are in use for the arrival and departure of trains under normal circumstances, Platform 3 and 4 are also used depending on the requirements of operation.
  515. Although Platform 1 is exclusive for passengers getting off trains, passengers on board use Platform 3 (when it's available) to disembark when the train arrives at Platform 2.
  516. Although Platform 1 serves as the sidetrack for trains bound for Kyoto (Nara Line), under the current schedule no trains wait for the passing of other trains at Platform 1.
  517. Although Platform 11 is categorized as a facing-style platform because the track is located only on the side of the tracks for passing trains, its elevated bridge has a structure identical to that of an island-style platform.
  518. Although Prime minister Masatake TERAUCHI had mentioned the hard living of citizens at the provincial governor meeting held in 1918, the grant-in-aid for the relief work in budgeting of that year was only 35,000 yen and his worry was not particularly reflected to the budgeting.
  519. Although Prince Anahobe called seven times at the gate, he still couldn't enter Hinkyu.
  520. Although Prince Mochihito fled from Byodoin Temple, the Taira forces caught up and finally killed him.
  521. Although Prince Mochihito was a capable individual, he could not be raised to Imperial Prince because of the pressure imposed by Kenshunmon-in; therefore, he became a child of Hachijo-in and was watching for an opportunity to ascend the throne.
  522. Although Prince Oha (a son of Emperor Bindatsu) made a suggestion of ringing a bell as a sign for the officials to come out to serve the Imperial Court since they were neglecting their duties, this idea was refused by Emishi.
  523. Although Prince Takami is presumed to be the ancestor of the Taira clan, it is doubtful whether he really existed.
  524. Although Princess Kenshi did not have any children with Toshifusa, she was treated warmly as Toshifusa's wife.
  525. Although Qing was considered as the obstruction of this plan, it was expected that Qing could not afford to send the military to the different fields at the same time during the Sino-French War for hegemony over Vietnam.
  526. Although Ranzan-Tenjingawa Station is in a tramway section situated on the road, platforms are provided instead of a safety zone.
  527. Although Rapid electric trains used to run only during the rush hour, Rapid trains that stop at Kuwana and all stations south of Yokkaichi began to run after the timetable was revised in March 2009.
  528. Although Renboshiki-noborigama was the most common type of kiln until recently, its number is declining rapidly.
  529. Although Rikken Seiyukai led by Hirobumi ITO admitted the necessity of Japan's military expansion, they required a thorough administrative and financial reform, not increased land taxes, which Katsura was going to promote.
  530. Although Rohan was a distinguished writer and Konan was a well-known journalist, they were totally unknown as scholars.
  531. Although Rokkaku clan once defeated back ODA with support by Miyoshi Sanninshu (Miyoshi Triumvirate) who were also opposed to ODA, the next year Mitsukuri Castle was attacked to fall, and Rokkaku clan also lost their footing around Kannonji Castle.
  532. Although Rose Mansion was constructed and the office eventually moved to the east side of the premises, the arrangement of tracks remains almost unchanged.
  533. Although Russia and Germany asked for a coordinated intervention from the United Kingdom, the United Kingdom refused it based on opposing public opinions, whereas the United States of America did not break neutrality toward Japan although the U.S. was favorable to Japan.
  534. Although Russia attempted to secure Manchuria through colonization, Japan, England, and the United States protested, and Russia subsequently promised to withdraw its troops.
  535. Although Ryogen of Mt. Hiei was known as Chuko no So (father of restoration) of Mt. Hiei since he restored it with the support of FUJIWARA no Morosuke, this also secularized Mt. Hiei.
  536. Although Ryogen was the 18th Tendai-zasu (the supreme position in the Tendai Sect) and a real-life person, he has been the target of folk belief since the medieval period and even in the 21st century, he is worshipped as 'Yakuyoke Daishi' (Calamity Dispelling Master).
  537. Although SAIGO's first name was "Takanaga" at the time of genpuku (coming of age ceremony), which was later changed into "Takeo," he began to announce his first name as Takamori from this incident on.
  538. Although SANJO returned to the imperial court after the death of Ryoma, Saburo OZAKI wished to study abroad as he had been interested in what he heard from Ryoma about foreign countries.
  539. Although SERIZAWA, together with Nishiki NIIMI, treated Shieikan Group as if they were "rustic," there was only little animosity between the Shieikan Group and Mito Group.
  540. Although Sadaharu in his deathbed tried to have his younger brother Hideharu KUWAYAMA adopted as his son, this was not accepted, resulting in Gose Domain being closed and becoming shogunate property.
  541. Although Sadakage ASAKURA himself stayed in his province, he dispatched Kagefuyu ASAKURA of his family to Sakamoto in Omi Province, thereby showing his minimally cooperative attitude.
  542. Although Sadamoto NONOMIYA, a court noble and an expert in court lore who was active during the Genroku and Shotoku eras (Japan), doubted that it was written by MINAMOTO no Masasuke, there is no reason to positively deny the author's identity.
  543. Although Sadanaga was not as eager to renovate Todai-ji Temple as Yukitaka was, he was an appropriate person to obtain support from the Imperial Court and the bakufu as its director.
  544. Although Sadataka was from the Kanjuji faction of Kujo family, he was called "Nijo", because he lived in a residence located at Nijo Higashinotoin.
  545. Although Sadatsune fought hard against them, he was in the end forced to kill himself in Uchiyama-jo Castle on February 29 of the same year.
  546. Although Saga did not have any sons to select as Crown Prince anyway, it was a measure to respect the authority and existence of Otomo.
  547. Although Sahichi might have a connection with the Omi Imperial Court, the truth is unknown.
  548. Although Saiin became part of the flourishing court culture, it was often discontinued during the late Heian period due to the Taira-Minamoto War.
  549. Although Saikashu resisted, they were destroyed.
  550. Although Saionji firstly appointed Masahisa MATSUDA as his successor, Matsuda died suddenly, and the RSP presidency was assumed by Takashi HARA and the party stepped forward to a new stage.
  551. Although Sakae OSUGI, Kanson ARAHATA, Toshihiko SAKAI and Hitoshi YAMAKAWA, who were serving their sentence for the Red Flag Incident, were not charged for complicity, they lost many comrades and the movement stalled for a while.
  552. Although Sakai was told to use the three hollyhock leaves for his family crest if they won the battle, in the time of Nagachika, the fifth head of the Matsudaira family, the Matsudaira family decided to use the Mitsuba-aoi as the family crest while the Sakai family was granted a yellow sorrel crest similar to the Mitsuba-aoi.
  553. Although Sakamoto-jo Castle had played an important role in history, its location and structure were not known for a long time.
  554. Although Sakihisa was Kanpaku, like most nobles of the Sengoku period he moved around a lot, going to Echigo in 1560, then Kozuke Province and Koga Palace in Shimosa Province to help Kagetora control Kanto region.
  555. Although Sakihisa was a cousin of Yoshiteru, he decided to make Yoshihide ASHIKAGA, who was recommended by them, Shogun since he appreciated Yoshihide for protecting his older sister, a legal wife of Yoshiteru.
  556. Although Saku-no-miya succeeded to the Miyake, he did not live in the Miyake's residence, therefore sometimes he is not counted as a member of the Katsura-no-miya clan.
  557. Although Sakugoro HIRASE was not initially included in prize recipients, Seiichiro IKENO said, 'I will refuse to receive the prize if HIRASE is not given the prize,' and as a result, both received the prize.
  558. Although Sakuma and Hayashi made contributions to some extent, they were inferior to other hereditary senior vassals such as Katsuie SHIBATA who contributed much as a commander of the Hokuriku district army.
  559. Although Sanesuke was sick on that day, he visited the Imperial Palace together with Chunagon (vice-councilor of state) FUJIWARA no Takaie, saying that there were no two lords in a country just as there were no two suns in heaven.
  560. Although Sanetaka koki was written during the late Muromachi period or the first half of the Sengoku period (Period of Warring States), it was more concerned with poetry parties and copying the classics rather than the movement of the disturbances of wars.
  561. Although Saneyori is generally believed to be the mastermind of the scheme, another theory holds that his brother Morotada, or Morosuke's sons Koretada and Kaneie, were responsible for the scheme.
  562. Although Satoyama can be utilized free of charge, sometimes its physical access is allowed only to the members of the community, or is under the control of the local people.
  563. Although Satsu-gun temporarily occupied most of the area near Kagoshima-jo Castle, the Government army, who developed after landing, occupied most of it on September 3, and had Shiroyama completely under siege on September 6.
  564. Although Seisho kept staying at Ise Province to further the revolt, his younger brother Akimasa KITABATAKE concluded peace with the shogunate, where the treatment of Seisho came to an issue: Seisho finally returned to Kyoto.
  565. Although Sekka did not enter government service, it is said that he was associated with many warlords.
  566. Although Sena is famous as the author of 'Intoku-taiheiki,' its original 'Intoku-ki' (the war chronicle of the Sengoku Period in the Chugoku region) was written by Sena's father Masanori KAGAWA.
  567. Although Shigeko did not live long, it was fortunate that she did not have to experience the fall of the Taira clan.
  568. Although Shigetada fought well in the battle, kyogata lost control and he went back to Kyoto.
  569. Although Shigetoki was the oldest son of Shosan SUZUKI, his father Shosan became a priest and adopted his nephew Shigenaga to make him succeed to the family, and therefore, Shigetoki was adopted by his uncle Shigenari, and later set up a branch family to establish his own family line.
  570. Although Shigeuji ASHIKAGA, a bereaved son of Mochiuji, became Kamakura kubo, he was forced by the Uesugi clan and the Imagawa clan to move to Koga palace (Koga kubo) after he caused the Kyotoku War.
  571. Although Shigeyuki lived a long time, his sons, Masayuki (died in 1488) and Yoshiharu (died in 1494), died before him.
  572. Although Shigeyuki succeeded to give Sumimoto, his grand son to Masamoto as an adopted child, it intensified the conflict in the Kinai region and the situation led the assassination of Masamoto and the 'Eisho Disturbance' afterwards.
  573. Although Shimabara, Shinmachi, and Yoshiwara were three big yukaku (there is also an opinion that Nagasaki Maruyama and Ise Furuichi are included instead of Osaka Shinmachi), there were twenty and more licensed yukaku all over Japan, and prostitutes called meshimori onna were at each post stations.
  574. Although Shimanushi did as ordered by the court in an attempt to show his support for the loyalist court faction, the envoys believed he was actually a Nakamaro supporter and killed him.
  575. Although Shingen started going up to Kyoto in 1572 in accordance with the request by the fifteenth shogun Yoshiaki ASIKAGA, the Takeda army withdrew to Kai Province because Shingen died on the way to Kyoto.
  576. Although Shinpei himself intended to become a politician in early years, the influence of Choei TAKANO (his granduncle of his mother's side) and the oppression againstChoei affected many others to convince Shinpei to become a doctor.
  577. Although Shinsai-bashi Bridge was turned into a pedestrian bridge, its former rails and gas lights have been restored.
  578. Although Shinsen is usually offered in a unglazed vessel called Kawarake (earthenware cup), an abalone shell may be used in some regions.
  579. Although Shinsen-gumi fought in the Battle of Toba Fushimi together with the army of the former shogunate, they lost to the army of the new government.
  580. Although Shinshoku was limited to men before World War II, qualified women became able to assume Shinshoku after the War.
  581. Although Shinto god images came into existence by the early Heian period under the influence of Buddhist sculpture, they were secretly placed deep inside the shrines as 'go-shintai' (an object of worship) and were seldom unveiled to the public.
  582. Although Shizuka cried and would not give up her baby, Iso no Zenji took him away from her.
  583. Although Shoen-ryoshu of the medieval period in Japan indicates the so-called 'kenmon-seike' (the great and powerful families) and is often inferential to nobles, temples and shrines, Kamakura-dono (the lord of Kamkura), as the head of samurai warrior families, was also a Shoen-ryoshu who owned vast manors.
  584. Although Shogun Yoshimune TOKUGAWA sentenced Mizuno to confinement at Takafusa AKIMOTO's residence and kaieki, he did not let him commit seppuku and restored the Mizuno family by giving his relative Tadayoshi MIZUNO 7,000 koku in Saku District, Shinano Province.
  585. Although Shogungen (Junior Assistant Deputy General) Tota ARIMA told that he was still a hatayaku (flag man) at that time, the discovery of Okadake monjo (the Okada family's documents) confirmed a common view that he was the Daigungen (Senior Assistant Deputy General) of the Government-general of the Tosando Force.
  586. Although Shoji KOKAMI, a university student at the time, passed the audition, he was unable to take part in filming, and Junichi ISHIDA was unsuccessful at audition.
  587. Although Shoko did not draw bijinga (there are exceptions such as "Manyo no Haru" [A Spring of the eternal world]), he admitted receiving influence from Shoen.
  588. Although Shoseki gave him lessons in the letters, he developed even stronger desire to go to Qing, and therefore he went to Gifu Prefecture to sell his engravings to dilettantes in order to raise enough money to go to Qing.
  589. Although Shoshikai itself lasted only for a short period of time, their thoughts and last wishes were taken over by the rest of the members, who survived fortunately such as Egawa or Kawaji, gave impacts on members of a reformist group including Kaishu KATSU or Shozan Sakuma.
  590. Although Shoshin TOSANOBO was sent to assassinate Yoshitsune, he was defeated, and Yoshitsune, with a decree from the retired Emperor, raised an army with Yukiie but could not gather enough soldiers.
  591. Although Shotaro is in deep distress, he prays for the repose of her soul.
  592. Although Shubin had been known as a Buddhist monk for offering prayers in Sai-ji Temple of Kyoto, he lost the match in power of Buddhism with Kukai, a Buddhist monk of Toji Temple.
  593. Although Shuinchi/Kokuinchi were deemed not as private lands but as public lands, temples/shrines were exempted from tax and all revenues obtained from lands belonging to them.
  594. Although Shuko tried to escape, he was ultimately captured and executed.
  595. Although Shumei-mon gate was guarded by TAIRA no Tsunemasa and MINAMOTO no Shigesada, Taiken-mon Gate was guarded by TAIRA no Tsunemori, and Kenshun-mon Gate was guarded by MINAMOTO no Yorimasa, they were under strength.
  596. Although So Teiho was a leading Tang Dynasty general who was well versed in tactics at the time, he could not defeat Joshi KOKUSHI.
  597. Although Sodosha was automatically concluded following Ryusei's move to Kyoto, many of the members including Ryusei changed their stage of activities to the Shunyo-kai Art Society.
  598. Although Sogon served the daughter faithfully, she died at the age of 17 when Sogon was 30 years old.
  599. Although Song was replaced by Yuan, increasingly more Zen priests in both nations traveled between Japan and China.
  600. Although Sota has a visual disability of 'night blindness,' the actor is not supposed look so.
  601. Although Sueki was not produced very much in the middle and the south of Tohoku region in the Nara period, people started to produce it actively in the ninth century.
  602. Although Sugi-shoji is a door that is not used at present, but in fact, it is very familiar in a song.
  603. Although Sukechika has a strong image as a villain because of the episode of Yaehime and Sentsurumaru, he seems to be popular as a local hero in his hometown, Ito City, where 'ITO Sukechika Matsuri' (Sukechika ITO festival) has been held every year.
  604. Although Sukenaga gathered 30,000 soldiers in response to the order, he died of disease suddenly just before departure for the front.
  605. Although Sumimoto HOSOKAWA's residence was also attacked and Sumimoto once escaped to Koga-gun Omi Province, he gained strength back with the help of Kokujin (local samurai).
  606. Although Sumimoto attempted to hold peace talks with Yoshioki, they broke down because Takakuni HOSOKAWA, who was another adopted son of Masamoto and had cooperated in the fight against Sumiyuki, betrayed Sumimoto and took sides with OUCHI.
  607. Although Sumimoto moved between Kyo and Shikoku several times, he could not take back power and died in Awa in 1520.
  608. Although Suminoe no nakatsu miko (or Suminoe naka no oji, the terms miko and oji refer to imperial prince) rebelled in an attempt to seize the Imperial throne, Oe no izahowake no mikoto ordered his younger brother, Mizuhawake (or Mitsuhawake) no miko (the future Emperor Hanzei) to kill the rebel and acceded to the throne in March, 400.
  609. Although Sumitomo and his son Shigetamaro took refuge in Iyo Province, they died in prison after being captured by the Keigoshi (envoys to protect) of Iyo Province TACHIBANA no Toyasu in June of the same year.
  610. Although Sumitomo received this rank, he did not stop the piracy.
  611. Although Susanao ascended to Takamanohara to meet Amaterasu Omikami, his elder sister, on the way to the land of the roots, Amaterasu Omikami, who assumed her brother was coming to deprive her of Takamanohara, armed herself and waited for him.
  612. Although Susanoo no mikoto had been labeled as just a ravager by that time, he changed and became a hero, exterminating Yamata no Orochi (the eight forked great serpent), which was a well known story.
  613. Although Suzakuin (Retired Emperor Suzaku) had requested Genji to have the high priestess as his empress, Genji decided to have her enter the court of Emperor Reizei following the advice of Fujitsubo.
  614. Although TAIRA no Kiyomori was widely understood to be an upstart tyrant because he was portrayed as being atrocious, inhuman, and cold-hearted in "Heike Monogatari," some claim that Kiyomori actually was a gentle and compassionate person.
  615. Although TAIRA no Tsunemasa was staying in Wakasa Province, he sent no reinforcements.
  616. Although TAIRA no Yukimori-jinja Shrine, which enshrines Yukimori, is also located in the town, it is far from the ruins of the castle.
  617. Although Tadakiyo was not particularly close with Tadamasa before that, he was impressed with his appearance and always praised him.
  618. Although Tadamichi had adopted Yorinaga, he intended to have his son, Motozane KONOE, succeed his position in the clan after his son was born.
  619. Although Tadanobu bravely fought, which was outnumbered and he killed himself along with his two retainers.
  620. Although Tadateru betook himself to Sunpu to meet Ieyasu, Ieyasu never gave permission for Tadateru to meet him.
  621. Although Tadateru was appointed as Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) and Sakonoe gon shosho (Provisional Minor Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards), he went by the alias of Kazusa no suke (Assistant Governor of Kazusa Province) for his whole life.
  622. Although Tadazane adopted conciliatory attitude toward Ienari, his son FUJIWARA no Yorinaga expressed his caution about Ienari's power by saying 'Ienari is a happy person second to none'.
  623. Although Takahiro KITAJO, Kagetora's vassal, trafficked with the Takeda clan and initiated a rebellion in 1554, Kagetora himself departed for the front and suppressed the rebellion in 1555.
  624. Although Takakage was requested to dispatch troops to Kyoto, he chose to refuse.
  625. Although Takakuni HOSOKAWA requested a number of feudal lords to deliver reinforcements, only Motomitsu TAKEDA of Wakasa Province responded.
  626. Although Takakuni did not have an enemy due to the death of Sumimoto, because the government was originally backed up by the strong man Yoshioki OUCHI, the basis of the government was very weak.
  627. Although Takanao and Takahiro were from same clan, they were on bad terms with each other.
  628. Although Takanori KOJIMA was in the advanced army, he formed another corps and deployed it because of a conflict regarding their strategic plan with the supreme commander Tadaaki CHIGUSA.
  629. Although Takashige greatly impressed himself to Yoritomo for his valor and personality, the other son of his, Shigesuke, provoked the wrath of Yoritomo for his involvement in unauthorized rank appointment by Yoritomo's vassals in April 1185 (in old calendar).
  630. Although Takatane became head of the Chikugo-Takahashi clan (the Takahashi clan of Chikugo Province), he abdicated and absconded.
  631. Although Takato was conferred to Jugoinoge, Nakatsukasa no Shoyu in the following year, he died early at the age of 22 in 1762.
  632. Although Takatsune and Yoshimasa, the father and son, became the administrator of Bakufu, they lost their positions at one point due to a conspiracy hatched by Doyo SASAKI.
  633. Although Takatsune, who had fled the capital, continued to fight against a punitive force from the government, he died at Somayama-jo Castle (Minamiechizen-cho, Fukui Prefecture) in 1367.
  634. Although Takauji died in 1358, the power of the Southern Court also declined as it had repeatedly been under attack from the bakufu, and with OUCHI and YAMANA also surrendering to the bakufu, the Tadafuyu faction collapsed.
  635. Although Takauji moved his forces to Kyoto, they were pushed back by the Imperial forces and Takauji was forced to escape to Kyushu, where KO no Moroyasu played a remarkable role in battles in the Chikuzen Province and other areas.
  636. Although Takayoshi was born as the heir to Marugame Domain, he died early at the age of 28 (1845), before he inherited the family estate.
  637. Although Takeda's army was superior in terms of military power, Takeda army was defeated by Murakami's army, and many officers and soldiers including syukuro (a chief vassal of a samurai family), Nobukata ITAGAKI and Torayasu AMARI were killed.
  638. Although Taki wrote many popular songs, he also composed a piano solo called Minuet in 1900, which became the first piano solo by a Japanese composer.
  639. Although Tamakazura composed a poem in reply, she could not help feeling troubled.
  640. Although Tamakazura was about to serve as Naishi no tsukasa (female palace attendant), Higekuro forced a relationship on her through the good offices of a court lady right before her entering the Imperial Palace.
  641. Although Tametomo has been exiled to Izu, his injuries heal; soon he expels the local magistrates from Hachijo-jima and other nearby islands, occupying their lands.
  642. Although Tamuramaro insisted on acquitting the two commanders, his proposal was objected to by court nobles in Kyoto and the commanders were executed.
  643. Although Tamuramaro was no longer able to serve as a military commander, he continued to remain in the post of Seii taishogun, which was originally created as an emergency office.
  644. Although Tanabe was arrested, he succeeded in submitting the petition, so he was called by Emperor Komei and got a chance to report the gist to the throne directly.
  645. Although Tanehikobon does not exist as is mentioned above, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA had some of the sukisha daimyo (tea masters daimyo) such as Yusai HOSOKAWA and Nobutada ODA copy it, and the manuscript KANZE head family stored was the one that Sosetsu KANZE copied from what the daimyo had copied.
  646. Although Tanezane sent 100 bales of soybeans to Soshitsu, the price of the Narashiba was said to be about 3,000 Kan, which is about several million Yen in today's value.
  647. Although Taoism was seriously degraded during China's Cultural Revolution, its traditions are still alive among the general public.
  648. Although Tekkan was already married and even had a son, he divorced his wife for Akiko.
  649. Although Tenichi are chain stores, as the soup was basically prepared by each shop until around 1985, the flavor of the soup varied depends on the shop, the day and even the time of the day.
  650. Although Tenshoin personally held little empathy for Yoshinobu, due to her lack of a favorable impression of him, she was enthusiastic for the continuance of the Tokugawa family and she wrote a petition addressed to "the commanding officers of Sasshu (Satsuma Domain)."
  651. Although To-ji undewent a brief decline in the latter half of the Heian period, as belief in Kobo Daishi increased during the Kamakura Period it garnered believers from the imperial family and commoners alike as "Daishi's temple."
  652. Although Tochi no Himemiko left no poem of her own officially, there is a region where her own poem is handed down.
  653. Although Todai-ji Temple had belonged to the Jodo sect, it became independent in 1886 as the head temple of the Kegon sect and has been maintained through tourism revenues and so on.
  654. Although Togashi allows them to pass, one of his subordinate officers throws suspicion onto Yoshitsune.
  655. Although Togashi knew Benkei was lying, he understood the sentiments of Benkei, pretended he didn't notice the fraud, and let them go through the Check Station.
  656. Although Tokihira commanded an army with Shinano Shugo (provincial constable) Sadamune OGASAWARA, they could not suppress the Hojo forces and allowed them to advance into Murashi Province, which led to a fall of Kamakura (the Nakasendai War).
  657. Although Tokihira was a remarkably competent politician and displayed impressive skills, he died before he was appointed as a regent or a chancellor.
  658. Although Tokiwazu, Tomimoto and Kiyomoto, which were the first, second and third generations of Bungo-bushi, respectively, are collectively called "Bungo three schools," there are subtle differences among them.
  659. Although Tokugawa's army had an overwhelming number of troops, they could not utilize the advantage of the troops due to the geological conditions, but the local Sanada's army who completely held control of the geological area tossed Tokugawa's army with ingenuity and defeated.
  660. Although Tomomichi IWANARI fought bravely, he was eventually decapitated by Gonnai SHIMOZU, a retainer of Fujikata HOSOKAWA.
  661. Although Tomomori was desperately engaged in a defensive fight, the soldiers of the Taira clan's army were preparing to flee and eventually started to retreat.
  662. Although Toratoyo temporarily allied himself with the Oyamada clan and Nobushige ABURAKAWA, who fought against and lost to Nobutora TAKEDA, he was allowed to return to the Takeda family's service.
  663. Although Toshiie was ill, he attended as the guardian in spite of his bad physical condition, and sat down holding Hideyori on his knees.
  664. Although Toshikane was originally showy, he was dressed gorgeously when he was called by MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, wearing a dozen kosode (a kimono with short sleeves worn as underclothing by the upper classes) with colorful hems of sleeves.
  665. Although Toshimitsu served Mitsuhide AKECHI for a period of no longer than about two years, he held a more important position than other retainers who had been in the service of Mitsuhide for longer.
  666. Although Toson wrote at the end of the book that he had "quite intensively revised for details", all he did was actually to change a few expressions.
  667. Although Tota shot arrows, they were not effective against the giant centipede.
  668. Although Toyoatsu had a younger brother (Toyonori YAMAUCHI, who later became the 16th lord of the domain), he was only 3 years old; therefore, Toyoshige, who was 22 and from a branch family, became a candidate for the position of lord.
  669. Although Toyohiko no Miko was referred as his son in "Honcho koin jounroku" (the Emperor's family tree, made in the Muromachi period), the reason for which was not clear.
  670. Although Toyoo hesitates, thinking of his father and older brother, he accepts the offer, is given a treasured sword and returns to his house that day.
  671. Although Toyotamabime was angry with Hoori for having peeked into her delivery room, she still felt great affection for him.
  672. Although Toyotamabime, the daughter of the sea god, became pregnant at Ryugu (the palace of the dragon king believed to exist at the bottom of the ocean), she went up on the land as she thought it was inappropriate to give birth to a child of Tenjin (the heavenly god) in the sea.
  673. Although Tsukasa SHIBA merely did his duty, he prevented the relationship between the two clans from being damaged, despite it costing his life.
  674. Although Tsukesage is not worn for formal ceremonial occasions as it is with informal dress, Tsukesage with classical designs are ranked higher than Homongi with light design, it requires care in choosing Wafuku suitable for an occasion.
  675. Although Tsukuyomi is considered to be the god of the moon, his (or her) divinity varies from one literary source to the next.
  676. Although Tsukuyomi no mikoto was instructed to rule the country of the night, none of his subsequent activities is stated.
  677. Although Tsunayoshi had no heir, he refused demands to abolish the law and in his last moments he begged "At least keep the law for protection of cruelty to animals."
  678. Although Tsunehisa was cold hearted when devising a scheme, he was very kind and considerate to his vassals.
  679. Although Tsunemune and Korekata aimed to establish direct administration by the emperor, it was obvious to everybody that, together with Nobuyori, etc., they were the ringleaders of killing of Shinzei and later they were blamed for their responsibility in the matter.
  680. Although Tsunokakushi can be used for both Shiromuku (pure white kimono) and Irouchikake (gorgeously patterned kimono), Wataboshi, an oval-shaped hat several times larger than the head, is generally used for Shiromuku, and Tsunokakushi is used for Irouchikake these days.
  681. Although Uchimizu for the above purpose was once done as a Japanese custom, such custom has been declining recently.
  682. Although Uchimizu has the effects as mentioned above, such effects can not be achieved if it is done in the wrong way.
  683. Although Ueki continued to make preparations for the council, the governor of Osaka Prefecture and Osaka prefectural police issued a notification banning the council.
  684. Although Ujichika had not yet become shugo of Totomi Province, he carried out his own independent land surveys, undermining the Shiba clan's authority as shugo.
  685. Although Ujimasa's father-in-law, Ieyasu, asked for a pardon for Ujimasa, Hideyoshi ordered Seppuku to Ujimasa and Ujiteru, and the chief vassals of Norihide MATSUDA and Masashige DAIDOJI, for their responsibility to cause the subjugation of the Hojo clan.
  686. Although Ujitsuna was a kanrei, he was just a puppet of Nagayoshi.
  687. Although Ujizane, who had very limited ability to control the minds of the people, thought he could cool down the situation by purging Naochika II and Tsuratatsu (連竜) IIO, their purge had the opposite effect and accelerated the estrangement of the people and the Imagawa clan began a drastic decline.
  688. Although Ukifune realized it was someone else, it was too late and she shuddered at her serious mistake.
  689. Although Ukiyoe were collaborative works, customarily only the names of Eshi painters were remembered.
  690. Although Umako remonstrated with him that the King should not become intimate with a criminal, he did not listen.
  691. Although Ume-no-Miya was the daughter of the emperor, it is said that she could not become an imperial princess as a result of the Oyotsu Incident, and there are few references to her in historical records.
  692. Although Umeko taught English at Kazoku Girls' School for a little over three years, it is said that she could not fit into upper class society and turned down a few offers of marriage by then.
  693. Although Umeko, Alice Bacon, and their friends worked for free at the beginning, it is said that the school experienced a shortfall of funds due to the increased number of students and teachers as well as the cost to purchase the land and buildings in order to expand the school.
  694. Although Uneme were recruited from each province by a prescribed number indicated in the official document issued by Nakatsukasasho, Uneme were 'offered' formally.
  695. Although Uona was Dainagon at the time, it is considered that his political footing was the same as that of Yoshitsugu since ONAKATOMI no Kiyomaro remained in the same position.
  696. Although Wang Yangming said, 'if I reflect on myself and find nothing wrong, I cannot accept it as correct even if Confucius says it is,' he still treated the Classics respectfully.
  697. Although Yamagata designs became widely recognized after showing up in "Kanadehon Chushingura," the use of its design is seen in works prior to that.
  698. Although Yamashina Ward was once a farm village that bordered Shiga Prefecture, it has become a commuter town for downtown Kyoto and Osaka City and is populated by many residents who moved in from other regions.
  699. Although Yamayoshi got injured, he survived and even after the elimination of Kira's family, he attended on Yoshimasa KIRA to Suwa Domain in Shinano Province, where he was exiled.
  700. Although Yashiki-gami was established relatively recently, the divinity is believed to have a close relation with the agricultural god and sosen shin (ancestral god).
  701. Although Yashio is often played by an actor who usually plays a male role, he is required to have the acting skills equivalent to that of the actor playing Masaoka.
  702. Although Yasumaro returned immediately and fought under Fukei, it is unknown what happened to Tasumaro after that.
  703. Although Yasuo couldn't meet Yukiyasu, in Wakayama he met Yukiyasu's pupil Sotetsu MISAWA and they became friends; they had kept a close relationship by introducing friends or sending works and information to each other until Yasuo died in 1859.
  704. Although Yasutada proved himself to be an able person, he lost his position as the Magistrate of Temples and Shrines and resigned due to slander which was created based on his relation to his mistress.
  705. Although Yawatashi Station is supposed to be the main entrance of the city, roads around it are so small that many bus lines within Yawata City arrive in and depart from Kuzuha Station in Hirakata City, Osaka Prefecture.
  706. Although Yi Dynasty Korea ordered the Korean navy to attack the Japanese army that had assembled in Busan, Yi Sun-sin, who was the Naval Commander of the Three Provinces, was removed from his post because of repeatedly ignoring orders and Won Gyun was appointed the successor.
  707. Although Yodo YAMANOUCHI firmly opposed the idea, the requirement, pushed by Tomomi IWAKURA, was decided.
  708. Although Yoichibei is a fictional character, what is believed to be 'Yoichibei's grave remains in Tomooka 2-chome.
  709. Although Yoken had no physical disability except his stammer, that alone caused him to live out his youth giving up all of his hopefulness and love.
  710. Although Yoken was, generally speaking, in his youth and was brimming with carnal desires, women took no notice of him.
  711. Although Yomei-gaku (neo-Confucianism based on teaching of Wang Yangming) was popular in Ming, there was a tendency in Korea to regard it as the corruption of Confucianism.
  712. Although Yomeigaku inherited the teachings of Lu Hsiang-shan of the Song period, it was not a direct succession.
  713. Although Yomihon included frontispieces and illustrations, it was called Yomihon (reading books) because its emphasis was on the text itself.
  714. Although Yonosuke resisted this, as a result of the maneuvering to break up the opposing group being also carried out in the local districts, the bill for changing the prefectural border got to pass the Diet at last in 1899
  715. Although Yorikane is said to have been incapable, he showed his competence: he was appointed as sojaban (an official in charge of the ceremonies) in 1747 while in the domain, he set up the complaints box and built an astronomical observatory in tenshu (main keep or tower of a castle), etc..
  716. Although Yorikane was buried in Hosen-ji Temple in Morioka when he died, Yorioki got the remains of Yorikane in 1789, a year after the restoration of the Kanamori family, and reburied him in the family's burial ground in Daitoku-ji Temple in Kyoto after cremation.
  717. Although Yorikata (Yoshimune's former name) remained in a room next to the room where his older brothers and father Mitsusada were having an audience with Tsunayoshi, he was granted an audience with Tsunayoshi due to the consideration of roju (senior councilor) Tadatomo OKUBO.
  718. Although Yorimasa and Nakatsuna served as taisho to defend their army, the Taira army crossed the river to destroy the defending force.
  719. Although Yorimori and Shigemori were uncle and nephew, there was only five years separated them in age, and for all practical purposes it can be said that they belonged to the same age group.
  720. Although Yorimori held the rank of Shosanmi, he was not a Sangi, and becoming a Sangi was an objective he had long hoped to achieve.
  721. Although Yorinori committed suicide when attacked at the Shuzen-ji temple in Izu on suspicion of organizing a rebellion, Yoshiminosho, Yoshimi District, Musashi Province was distributed to his second son MINAMOTO no Yorien and third son MINAMOTO no Akira by their maternal great-grandmother Hiki Zenni.
  722. Although Yorinori negotiated with Ichikawa to go into the castle, they ended up going into a battle in the suburbs of Mito.
  723. Although Yorishige MATSUDAIRA, a lord of the Takamatsu Domain, was the eldest child of Yorifusa TOKUGAWA, Mitsukuni TOKUGAWA, his material half-brother, inherited the Mito Domain.
  724. Although Yoritada became Kanpaku Daijodaijin, his weak point was that he did not have a maternal relation to the emperor.
  725. Although Yoritada maintained the position of Daijodaijin, he had a nominal existence and died in 989 a disappointed man.
  726. Although Yorito distinguished himself in battles, his excessive arrogance made himself cause a violence against Emperor Kogon in 1342, so he was executed.
  727. Although Yoritomo suppressed this rebellion, the situation in Kita Kanto (Northern Kanto) became extremely unstable for Yoritomo.
  728. Although Yoritomo was enraged suspecting that nobles and In were behind it, he was attentive to the Tohoku region too and sent the following letter to FUJIWARA no Hidehira of Oshu to send up a trial balloon.
  729. Although Yoriyuki gained the confidence of Yoshimitsu, he was temporarily fallen in Koryaku Coup happened in 1379.
  730. Although Yoshiaki had approached Ieyasu TOKUGAWA before that, he distanced himself from the Toyotomi clan and approached the Tokugawa clan.
  731. Although Yoshiaki officially had a cooperative relationship with Nobunaga, he formed a coalition against Nobunaga by secretly giving an order of subjugation to Shingen TAKEDA, Nagamasa AZAI, Yoshikage ASAKURA and Kennyo.
  732. Although Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA tried to re-establish the Northern Court when he recaptured Kyoto, the Chiten could not be chosen because the retired Emperors were absent and the Three Sacred Treasures of the Imperial Family were taken by the Southern Court.
  733. Although Yoshichika TSUBOI of Kawachi Province was an ordinary citizen, he was considered top of the field of research into official posts and costume, and it is said even kuge sat at his feet.
  734. Although Yoshihide fought bravely, army of Wada was exhausted and retreated to Yuigahama.
  735. Although Yoshikage escaped to Kensho-ji Temple following advice from Kageakira ASAKURA, his cousin, Kageakira was in secret communication with Nobunaga ODA, betrayed Yoshikage, and attacked Kensho-ji Temple in the early morning of September 26.
  736. Although Yoshikage himself escaped into Hikida-jo Castle, many powerful military commanders such as Tatsuoki SAITO, Yoshiie YAMAZAKI, and Yoshinobu YAMAZAKI died in the battle.
  737. Although Yoshiki was placed under house arrest, he managed to flee to Hojozu in Etchu and visited Naganobu JINBO, a retainer of Masanaga HATAKEYAMA, for support; accordingly, he was ridiculed as a puppet Shogun in Ecchu (Ecchu Kubo or Ecchu Gosho).
  738. Although Yoshimasa was appointed to an Onmyo no kami (Director of Onmyoryo, or Bureau of Divination), it is still common to regard ABE no Yoshihira as a legitimate son.
  739. Although Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA had succeeded in unifying the two courts and solidifying the central power and authority of the bakufu, after his sudden death, the country returned to the old oligarchic daimyo system, and the power of the Shogun waned by comparison.
  740. Although Yoshimitsu dispatched Zekkai Chushin, a Zen monk, to Yoshihiro to surrender, Yoshihiro held up in a castle in Sakai City, in Izumi Province with his 5000 soldiers and waited for the reinforcements of Mitsukane.
  741. Although Yoshimitsu kept refusing, he was consequently forced into promising to have Komahime marry into Kyoto from Yamagata when Komahime turned fifteen years old.
  742. Although Yoshimitsu was against the subjugation of Yoriyuki desired by the Shiba clan, the Kawano clan, on learning of the coup, rejoined the bakufu from the Southern Court.
  743. Although Yoshimoto challenged Nobuhide to a decisive battle in 1542 by counting on an alliance with various local ruling families in Mikawa Province, he was defeated by Nobuhide's intensive attack (the First Battle of Azuki-zaka).
  744. Although Yoshimoto was once deprived of Kokuji-jo Castle by Ujiyasu in 1551, he rapidly regained it and defined the border with the Kise-gawa River.
  745. Although Yoshimune TOKUGAWA heard that Tadachika frequently joined Utakai, he never blamed Tadachika for this.
  746. Although Yoshinaga admitted the realm of Ieyasu TOKUNAGA like Kiyomasa KATO did, he was loyal to the Toyotomi clan all his life.
  747. Although Yoshinaka controlled Kyoto City, he failed to govern.
  748. Although Yoshinaka requested a peace negotiation with the Taira clan, which had regained the army of Yashima in Sanuki Province, the Taira clan refused the peace negotiation.
  749. Although Yoshinao and Yoshishige were pardoned thanks to entreaty of Yoshimori, only Tanenaga was not pardoned and was exiled to Iwase District, Mutsu Province (later Iwashiro no kuni).
  750. Although Yoshinari's forces fought bravely by pushing back Kageakira ASAKURA who led the allied forces, they were attacked on the flank by 2,000 soldiers from the Genba and Tsushima ASAI armies.
  751. Although Yoshinobu left Ueno on April 11th, the Shogitai troops changed their master to the Cloistered Imperial Prince Rinojinomiya Kogen who was residing in the Kanei-ji Temple, then continued to stay in Ueno.
  752. Although Yoshinobu's action at this time was not known, he was thought to fall into obscurity around Saku County in Shinano Province which was his base during the heyday of Taira family.
  753. Although Yoshinori did succeed in suppressing Enryaku-ji Temple, after he was killed it re-armed and built up an army of thousands of monk warriors, returning to its independent position.
  754. Although Yoshinori ordered the retired Norizane to attack them, due to strong opposition by the warlords of Kanto, he changed the plan to starve them out and as a result, the insurrection was suppressed the following year in April, 1441.
  755. Although Yoshitada had four children, none of them achieved great success and the Harusumi clan no more appeared in the history after Amaneiko.
  756. Although Yoshitada had two sons, neither of them achieved great success, and shortly after, the Harusumi clan disappeared from history.
  757. Although Yoshitoki received Ishikawa sho (a manor in medieval Japan) in Kawachi Province from Yoshitada, he did not have much power.
  758. Although Yoshitomo begged for their lives, Yoshitomo himself ended up having to kill Tamemune, his father, and his brothers in the Funaokayama district in Kita Ward, Kyoto City.
  759. Although Yoshitomo begged for their lives, Yoshitomo himself ended up having to kill Tamenaka, his father, and his brothers in the Funaokayama district in Kita Ward, Kyoto City.
  760. Although Yoshitomo begged for their lives, Yoshitomo himself ended up having to kill Tamenari, his father, and his brothers in the Funaokayama district in Kita Ward, Kyoto City.
  761. Although Yoshitomo begged for their lives, Yoshitomo himself ended up having to kill Yorinaka, his father, and his brothers in the Funaokayama district in Kita Ward, Kyoto City.
  762. Although Yoshitomo has hidden Tameyoshi, he decides to kill his father upon the advice of KAMATA.
  763. Although Yoshitomo once took the reins of government, the tide turned when TAIRA no Kiyomori secretly rescued the Retired Emperor, etc.
  764. Although Yoshitoshi is associated with atrocity prints because his prints were favored by those including Ranpo EDOGAWA and Yukio MISHIMA, his art covered a wide range of historical paintings, beautiful women paintings, genre paintings of manners and customs, and paintings of classical subjects.
  765. Although Yoshitoshi was newly given 10,000 koku (approximately 1.8 million liters of crop yield) in Omi Province, the stipend was reduced to 5,000 koku after the death of Yoshitoshi due to his son Yoshitomo MOGAMI being too young, and the descendants continued to exist as Kotaiyoriai (alternate yoriai, a family status of samurai warriors in the Edo period).
  766. Although Yoshitsune had acquired the Inzen (Cloistered Emperor's decree) to expel Yoritomo, there were few warriors who responded to his call, and his influence was rapidly lost.
  767. Although Yoshitsune is the main character, he is so to speak a keystone to which many other characters are connected.
  768. Although Yoshizumi ASHIKAGA and Sumimoto HOSOKAWA aimed at rehabilitation, they were defeated at the Battle of Nyoigatake in 1509.
  769. Although Yukichi was nearly assassinated several times by those who hated the rapid influx of Western ideas, he fled them instead of fighting back with a sword.
  770. Although Yukimura was born in a family of literary art, he became a kebiishi (official with judicial and police powers) in Kyoto and was called Yamashiro hangan (judge), and played an active part as kendan (policing and adjudication authority) bugyo (magistrate) of Samurai-dokoro (the Board of Retainers).
  771. Although Yukinaga died a regrettable death, his inroads into Kinai region formed the foundation of capturing power by Motonaga and Nagayoshi afterward and establishing the golden days of Miyoshi clan.
  772. Although Yukinaga had an audience with Takakuni to beg for his life, he was forced to commit suicide at the request of Hikoshiro HOSOKAWA, an adopted son of Hisaharu HOSOKAWA.
  773. Although Yukinaga was a great commander, he was unpopular due to his character of high-handed aspect.
  774. Although Yukinari won Michinaga's trust, their personal relationship seems to have been a little bit distant in comparison with that between Michinaga and the other three.
  775. Although Yukio OZAKI, Yoshichika TOKUGAWA (a son of Yoshinaga TOKUGAWA) opposed the enactment of the Peace Preservation Law to the end, finally, the law was enacted.
  776. Although Yukitsuna TADA was famous in his role as the person who secretly tipped off Kiyomori through the Shishigatani plot, Yukitsuna TADA was toryo (leader) of the Tada-Genji (Minamoto clan) of Settsu Province.
  777. Although Yukitsuna commanded Settsu warriors and participated actively in the Jisho and Juei Disturbances on the Genji side, MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, the head of the eastern warriors and heir of Seiwa-Genji, seized control of Tada Manor, resulting in the fall of the Tada-Genji.
  778. Although Yumiya and sumo were forbidden in some ages and some regions, they were allowed for common people to accomplish as one of the Shinto rituals.
  779. Although Yuryaku called himself " Waobu" in the letter he sent to China, he used the title of amenoshita shiroshimesu okimi inside Japan in order to show that he was the okimi (great king) who ruled the Tenka of Wakoku independently from that of China.
  780. Although Yuya feels depressed thinking about her mother, the sight of Kyoto in spring that she sees along the way brings joy to her eyes.
  781. Although Za-ryu is still active in Sadoga-shima Island, it does not qualify, either.
  782. Although a Daijin (cabinet minister) and Second-rank personnel were generally appointed to Kurodo no betto as a second post, because it was Ryoge no kan the post did not have a corresponding official rank.
  783. Although a Gonaisho was written in the style of a private letter with the sender's name written in the text, a kao (written seal mark) or shohan (signature/seal) was added to the document by the shogun himself.
  784. Although a Japanese literature/folklorist, Nobuo ORIKUCHI, also tried to specify the buried figure through his own research during the stay at his friends house located near the tumulus, he did not reach the conclusion; however, he was deeply moved by the villagers taking pride of the tumulus as he conducted hearing with them.
  785. Although a book written in the Edo period mentions that Mitsuhira took office as Mino no Shugo (the provincial constable of Mino Province), it is viewed as incredible.
  786. Although a burial is normal, a cremation is unavoidably observed in the Orthodox Church in Japan due to various circumstances.
  787. Although a complete style of fudoki does not exist, Izumo no kuni fudoki remains almost complete, and Harima no kuni fudoki, Hizen no kuni fudoki, Hitachi no kuni fudoki, and Bungo no kuni fudoki exist with some parts missing.
  788. Although a concubine (Bairi) of Icchu gave birth to a son (Kazukiyo NAKAMURA), he was not recognized as an heir, in view of the time when a Matsugo yoshi (adopted as a son on one's deathbed) was not accepted and also in view of the fact that he was not received in audience by Shogun and not obtained Shogun's acknowledgment.
  789. Although a decision of "not guilty" was obtained, the submitted materials were not returned immediately after the conclusion of the trial and the original documents such as "吉備津彦命兵法之巻" were were reportedly destroyed by firebecause of air raids during the Pacific War.
  790. Although a detailed research was conducted on the central part of the wooden container, no traces of somebody's remains being buried was found.
  791. Although a dog self and the other know that there is the Buddha-nature, a dog continues to commit bad behaviors, so this is the reason.'
  792. Although a family line constituted by a lineage of eldest sons was normally called Soke, a family line that was constituted by a lineage of eldest sons but was not allowed to govern the whole family for some reason was called Chakuke.
  793. Although a few preceding war tales, such as "Shomon Ki (Tale of Masakado)," had already existed, it could be said to have made a contribution to the development of a new literary genre together with "Heike Monogatari."
  794. Although a five monme and a one monme ginsatsu were issued as soon as the Itakura clan entered the domain in 1744, the territory was devastated and the economy became tight because they actually had only 20,000 koku in spite of their 50,000 koku of omote-daka (face value of koku assessed by the shogunate).
  795. Although a general cutting pattern will be shown below, the order of parts shown in the plan below may be changed in some cases such as the cloth with a pattern or design that needs pattern matching or cloth with stain.
  796. Although a higher combination ratio of cow's milk or fresh cream improves the flavor, there is the risk of causing fat separation.
  797. Although a historical document from pre-modern times mentions that Yoritsuna's father, Moritsuna, called himself Hei no Saemon no Jo Moritsuna NAGASAKI, assuming the surname of the Nagasaki clan, no such account is found in the documents from his times.
  798. Although a hundred technicians and state-of-the art materials were mobilized for the analysis and restoration work, the analysis of the clock took more time than expected.
  799. Although a lavatory is located on the Demachiyanagi side of the platform for Platform 1, the display 'Only for train crew' is given, so general station users must use the lavatory located outside the ticket gate and on the Platform 2 side.
  800. Although a legend of Tochi no Himemiko is said to have been handed down in Shingu-jinja Shrine (Nankoku City, Kochi Prefecture), it has been kept secret so far.
  801. Although a little more than 100 books are said to be known popularly, the true number is unknown because some books have the same titles and different contents and vice versa.
  802. Although a lot of long-distance trains that run nearly the entire line were seen during the era of the Japan National Railway, currently operations are done on the basis of sections divided in pieces, as shown below.
  803. Although a maneki-neko brings opportunity to the owner, it does not bring a good result, which refers to the koban in this case.
  804. Although a modern building, it was constructed in the style of the Kamakura Period style.
  805. Although a monk, he was granted the kabane (hereditary title) of KI no Ason.
  806. Although a one-handed nenju for females is usually composed of 36 beads, there is no particular rule on the number of beads.
  807. Although a part of myo taisei (local tax management system based on rice land) and the shiki system (system of occupation) was left in the taxation system, averaging of burdens such as tax progressed gradually led by daimyo.
  808. Although a part of the diary is missing, it is an important historical material to know the movement of the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), Imperial court, and Kyoto during the Onin War.
  809. Although a person individually recognized as a holder of an important intangible cultural property is called Living National Treasure commonly and by Japan's national government, this term is not specified by laws.
  810. Although a petition for exemption was submitted, because the Kansai Railway Company was a locally based railway, it was not accepted by the government.
  811. Although a piece of ballet music titled "Orchestral dance music Etenraku" is included in works composed by Akira IFUKUBE, it was produced as his own original work.
  812. Although a piece of paper, which may be a han bill issued at that time, still exists, it is difficult to determine if it is a han bill because of bug bites and damages.
  813. Although a prefectural or municipal system is mainly based on the national system, it can be established based on its particular traits, as the following examples show:
  814. Although a ramp is installed, because of its steep slope caretakers are needed for persons in wheelchairs.
  815. Although a rumor that something might happen spread, confusion was cleared and most of the gokenin left for home on May 30.
  816. Although a ship arrived at the Kikaiga-shima Island in the following year, 1178, only Naritsune and Yasuyori had been granted a pardon, with Shunkan left alone on the island for the reason that he was the main plotter of the meeting.
  817. Although a simple comparison is not accurate, it can be roughly estimated that ten-thousand yen at that time is equivalent to 100 million yen at today's price.
  818. Although a simple family tree was more or less taken up in the "Zoku Gunshoruiju" (Second series Collection of the Japanese historical materials compiled in the Edo period), it is not necessarily certain without enough supporting documents.
  819. Although a specific source is unknown, it is speculated that the story can be based on the anecdotes of TAIRA no Munenaka from "Zoku Koji Dan"(narrative in Kamakura period), in which a poetry contest hosted by MINAMOTO no Morofusa was portrayed.
  820. Although a straight-lined scar was left on his belly, he used to say, exposing the scar to the sun on a sunny day, "I am not soft like you guys. My belly knows the taste of metal."
  821. Although a temple legend says that this Year of the Dog was 686, many researchers regard that this was made in 698, one cycle of the Oriental zodiac later.
  822. Although a theory has been passed down that the tradition of eating eel kabayaki in Japan on the midsummer day of the ox began during the Edo period was spread by Gennai HIRAGA, this is not confirmed.
  823. Although a theory has it that ho was a small-scale shoen (manor), ho was originally a shogunal demesne which was distinguished from sho, which were private lands.
  824. Although a train of one round trip had suspended operation from July 18, 2006 until June 15, 2007 due to the interruption of the Sanko Line, the train in question resumed its operation in the wake of the Sanko Line's restoration.
  825. Although a trial was held with the presence of jury members in 1875, but at last, they were found not guilty and released.
  826. Although a tsukidare of men-mask, a guard mask of kendo swordmanship, protects the throat, the tsuki is prohibited for junior high school students and younger because it is dangerous if they remove the mask.
  827. Although a variety of food from a variety of regions are provided in Japan, excluding eating places (specialty restaurant) which provide meals of specific regions, they still often hold eating utensils such as rice bowl or china bowl, on the other hand, they avoid eating in a stooped position.
  828. Although a wider track guage allowed bigger trains to operate at faster speed, the drawback was that the wider gauge would cost higher construction expense.
  829. Although a word "noroi" has a similar meaning to tatari, the latter mainly indicates a punishment by Shinto and Buddhist deities whereas the former mainly originates from human resentment.
  830. Although aburakasu, as well as saiboshi (smoked horse meat), was a traditional foodstuff for burakumin but rarely available to the general public, its distinct taste has come to be widely known to the general public as discrimination and prejudice against burakumin have faded away.
  831. Although access from places in the Kansai area is via JR lines or private railroads, depending on the city of departure, these lines cluster into two areas: around Kyoto Station for the JR and Kintetsu lines, and around Shijo-Kawaramachi for the Hankyu and Keihan lines.
  832. Although according to records the original recordings were produced with sound, the copies on sale today are silent versions.
  833. Although accurate years of birth and death are unknown, at least the year carved in the 'Sansai Shishi koro' (censer with three-colored lion) made in October 1595 tells that he was 60 years old at that time.
  834. Although activities of the Emperor should not change dramatically with the times in principle, it is undeniable that some of them may undergo a change with the times.'
  835. Although acts two, eight and nine are usually not performed, an attempt was made in 1974 to perform only acts two, eight and nine at the National Theater.
  836. Although administratively part of Sakyo-ku Ward, Kyoto City, the area is an approximately 1.5 hour bus ride from the center of Kyoto City.
  837. Although advanced in skill, one could use the difference in the reflection of upper and lower body of the bow, and control the way arrows are shot (give more flight distance, fly it straight, etc.).
  838. Although after Hideyoshi died, he had been serving Hideyori TOYOTOMI, he made advances to Ieyasu TOKUGAWA just before the Battle of Sekigahara and joined the Eastern Army.
  839. Although after the separation she continued living in Nishinomiya-dono Palace (Takaakira's residence), Nishinomiya-dono Palace later burned down, and she moved to live in Momozono(桃園).
  840. Although after the withdrawal of Japanese forces from the Korean Peninsula, most Japanese castles were destroied, the Republic of Korea has been conducting investigations and research about those castles as valuable ruins that suggest historical relationships between the castle architecture in China, the Korean Peninsula and Japan.
  841. Although all books consists of the first ten items and the subsequent four items, the latter is considered to have been written by another person because its writing style is different from the former and it contains a description concerning prose.
  842. Although all of the JR West Japan 221 series run with a standard six-car set, some run with an eight-car set around rush hour.
  843. Although all of these episodes seen to suggest that he had been a poor samurai with great ambition, they are most likely fiction.
  844. Although all of those episodes may be not true, we can imagine that his interest in and knowledge of the nature surpassed the ordinary.
  845. Although all the other six Miagata-jinja Shrines are listed in the Engishiki Kinen Norito (Prayer for Good Harvests), Kumenomiagata-jinja Shrine is not listed.
  846. Although all the trains had two axes and 10 upper class trains (18 seats), 40 middle class trains (26 seats) and 8 cabooses (train with hand-on brake) were imported, and just before the opening, 26 middle class trains were converted to the lower class trains (52 seats).
  847. Although almost all other European countries including Russia use the title Baron, Germany uses Freiherr instead.
  848. Although almost every part of the body seems to have been repaired at some point, the knot tying the string on the chest is done in an old style, and so is likely to replicate the original.
  849. Although almost having come to take back the place, the troops withdrew due to reinforcements of the government army and their lack of ammunition.
  850. Although almost no simple mistakes were found, there were unreasonable standardization of usage of kanji and kana orthography.
  851. Although altars were designated to be built of stone, in fact wood and metal were also used.
  852. Although amazake is typically sold in plastic packs, some varieties are sold in cans.
  853. Although an apparatus for substitute fuel was installed in 1944, it was not usable and the car was used as a substitute for a passenger car.
  854. Although an egg is recognized as food that can be eaten fresh in modern Japan, there is no such custom of eating a raw egg in almost all countries other than Japan.
  855. Although an extremely large number of Buddhist statues (Nio sculptures in particular) across Japan are claimed to be the Unkei's work, only a few of them have been confirmed to be his real works based on inscriptions, items stored in statues, and reliable historical data.
  856. Although an imminent crisis had gone (has lessened) after World War II, both movements are considered to continue.
  857. Although an intentional burn was prohibited on that day according to the city ordinance since a warning was issued, the city and the fire department quietly condoned the violation of the ordinance by following the customs.
  858. Although an invasion to Silla (ancient Korean kingdom) did not happen, there might have been a slight chance for Kyofuku to go back to Baekje and be the king if it had succeeded.
  859. Although an old saying claims that spirits of the war dead do not transform into yurei, many yurei of defeated Heike soldiers fleeing the enemy and yurei of soldiers killed in the two world wars are said to have appeared in the shape of the person at death.
  860. Although an opinion that the Ranteijo was counterfeit was expressed by Guo Moruo (1892-1978) right before the Cultural Revolution (the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution) and caused a great sensation, it has little support today.
  861. Although an ordinary Japanese spinning top, including the beigoma, is usually spun with a string wound around its body, twist spinning tops (including the Kyo top) are spun by directly spinning their stems.
  862. Although an osso was sometimes identified with a jikiso (direct appeal) because they had something in common in fact, originally a jikiso was made to a person in paramount authority, while an osso was made to the upper legal institution.
  863. Although annoying the general public living in the vicinity and the university, this event had become an annual event on New Year's Eve in Kyoto.
  864. Although any clan has not been identified as the god's descendant, a Shinto priest of Onji jinja Shrine is listed in Shinsen Shojiroku (genealogical table of ancient clans) as a descendant of Ikumusubi no mikoto, a child of Takamimusubi.
  865. Although anyone can start the business without a license, such wide-ranging knowledge as bodies, religions, related laws and regulations are required.
  866. Although appointed Kanpaku, Saneyori was no maternal relative of the Emperor; he wrote in his diary that he was frequently taken light of, lamented that Morosuke's children, who were the maternal uncles of the Emperor, acted dominantly, and called himself 'yomei kanpaku' (nominal Kanpaku).
  867. Although appointed to Gon Chunagon (provisional vice-councilor of state) in 1428, he was censured by the emperor in the following year and was dismissed from the post once.
  868. Although appointment without authority and becoming a priest without permission were high crimes that deserved confiscation of territories, he received only lenient treatment of confiscation of a part of his territory and soryo-shiki (clan leadership rights), perhaps because of approach by his wife's family home Ashikaga clan.
  869. Although arms are used, small ocellated octopuses are also often used in a wholly skewered condition as an Oden ingredient.
  870. Although army corps (in ancient Japan) under the Ritsuryo System were placed in various provinces, efu (a palace guard) was stationed in Kyoto.
  871. Although artificial undulations are also sometimes called samon, the samon usually refer to natural ones.
  872. Although as many as 31,795 or 30,240 of the Oban were minted, which was a large amount for Obans minted during the Edo Period, authentic ones are now a rare item.
  873. Although assuming the principles of Nyojo of the Sotoshu sect in China, Dogen advanced the philosophy to a higher level.
  874. Although at a glance these works appear to be simple, cheerful and humorous paintings, they are rich with satire spirit and are assumed to be Toba Sojo's works.
  875. Although at first he called himself Toshinaga, he seems to have changed his name to Toshiyoshi later.
  876. Although at the beginning the house was constructed in Kudo-zukuri style, in which the ridge is U-shaped, in the early nineteenth century it was modified into the current magariya.
  877. Although at the height of its prosperity, it became a large Buddhist temple possessing 100-koku (a measure of wealth based on rice), and 16 priest houses, operations were temporarily ceased due to the prohibition order of Buddhism on April 15, 1868.
  878. Although at times the research into the costumes is quite in-depth, at others it can be considerably inaccurate.
  879. Although attempts to introduce karate tournaments (matches) were pursued before WWII, an organizational effort to promote tournaments wasn't achieved because some karate experts rejected the idea of a tournament.
  880. Although available throughout the year because of distribution in the form of dried noodle, somen is generally served cold, and it is common to eat somen as summer noodle for its pleasant coolness.
  881. Although awa manju is one of the basic items in Fukushima's local food fairs, since they are made by hand and takes time to be prepared, customers almost always have to wait in line to buy awa manju.
  882. Although became the 18th head of Ouchi clan, he had no real power, and the Ouchi clan can be viewed as having died out with the death of Yoshinaga OUCHI.
  883. Although beekeeping had already been transmitted to Japan, there was no noble other than Munesuke who kept bees.
  884. Although being a businessman, the second Tokushichi was also a chajin (master of the tea ceremony) named 'Tokuan,' and learned the tea ceremony under Setsuan YABUNOUCHI and the Noh play under Sakon KANZE.
  885. Although being a long-established store in business for over 300 years, it always makes new approaches for Yatsuhashi.
  886. Although being a masterpiece, this play had been evaluated unreasonably lowly.
  887. Although being a nobility itself is not suitable for the concept of wabicha, in the Edo period especially, distinguishing people's ranks and treating them separately was necessary.
  888. Although being a priest, Tosai ate meat and had great love for sake.
  889. Although being a tozama (outside feudal lord), he was permitted to use the surname of Matsudaira clan and formed foundations for prosperity of the Ikeda clan.
  890. Although being appointed to Naidaijin (minister of the Interior) in 1465, he resigned the post in 1466.
  891. Although being appointed to Sadaijin (minister of the Interior) in 1481, he resigned the post the following year.
  892. Although being called "-dai" (meaning tei/house), Jurakudai was in fact a castle on a plain, since it included several enclosed areas such as a donjon with a castle tower in the center and a secondary enclosure around it, and was surrounded with a moat.
  893. Although being criticized for the 'favoritism to relatives,' it resulted in establishing the basis for the long-term stable government which lasted more than 260 years, and in bringing about such a relatively peaceful state in Japan as a set phrase, 'Tenkataihei' (the peaceful and tranquil world), coined.
  894. Although being dishes that have been developed uniquely in Japan, so-called 'yo-shoku' (Western-style dishes), such as rice omelet and hashed rice, are not ordinarily included as wa-shoku.
  895. Although being introduced into Japan, it declined later because long flowing hairstyle called kokufu-yoshiki (native Japanese style) prevailed during the Heian period.
  896. Although being invited by some water, a grass contents with just floating from here to there.
  897. Although being marbling as Onomi, this meat is more tough to chew.
  898. Although being skilled in swordplay and loved by his neighbors, Yasube NAKAYAMA, better known as 'Fighting Yasube,' neither serves his master nor work.
  899. Although being smaller than the Hondo main hall, it adopts the 'Kake-zukuri' construction style, and therefore looks as if it is being pushed out over the precipice.
  900. Although believed to have been a deity of agriculture or the sea, Kunio YANAGIDA considered that it may be a blacksmith deity.
  901. Although betrayal was common during the Sengoku period, most of the vassals who betrayed Nobunaga were those who served him after he went to Kyoto.
  902. Although both Daikoku and Ebisu are independent deities of Shichifukujin, they are usually worshipped as a pair in the same way as the pair of Jurojin (deity of longevity) and Fukurokuju (tall headed deity of happiness, wealth and long life).
  903. Although both groups of meanings are found in dictionaries and are used generally, various schools of the Jodo Shinshu sect often protest against the usage of Tariki Hongan in the second meaning mentioned above.
  904. Although both men and women use this method, men use it more than women.
  905. Although both men sensed the emergency of the situation, they were a minority within the Shogunate.
  906. Although both of them are types of rice, compared to food rice, which is cooked and eaten at home using a rice cooker, sakamai usually has a longer stem length (height of the rice plant) and a longer ear length (length of the rice ear).
  907. Although both the Liberal Party and the Ko Roppa declared a truce with the government, public support for the Ko Roppa increased.
  908. Although bread, instead of rice, had been served with a sauce at first, bread was replaced with rice due to complaints.
  909. Although built more recently, it is said that the shoin (drawing room) at Onjo-ji Temple maintains some aspects of the Shuden-zukuri style.
  910. Although called "amazake", it is not an alcoholic beverage and can therefore be consumed by minors.
  911. Although called 'shikishi' (which means square paper specially prepared for writing poetry), it was originally a booklet that was divided into shishiki-like parts.
  912. Although called kyoku (a kind of humorous haikai without haikai conventions), they contain quite amusing poems.
  913. Although carrying a sword is subject to restriction by the Sword and Firearms Control Law, permission is not required to possess a sword and anybody can possess them (some municipalities prohibit sales to people 18 or younger in an ordinance).
  914. Although chabozu cowered behind a shelf scared at his anger, Nobunaga killed him with a sword.
  915. Although chapter 'thirty-seven: Nori no shi,' which was sometimes regarded as another name for Yume no Ukihashi (The Floating Bridge of Dreams), follows chapter 'thirty-six: Yume no Ukihashi,' it exists as a title only.
  916. Although chazuke is usually prepared by using hot tea or hot soup stock, some people enjoy tasting the cool texture of chazuke by using cold barley tea in midsummer.
  917. Although chemical dyes are used these days, natural dyes including plant-derived dyes such as indigo, safflower, suo (dark red), akane (madder), shikon (lithospermum root used for purple color), and kariyasu (Miscanthus tinctorius), and animal dyes such as enji mushi (cochineal) were used in the past.
  918. Although cherry blossoms are said to be insincere as they are scattered by the wind in no time, they bloom beautifully waiting even for you, who comes so infrequently each year.
  919. Although chokodai monjo (= koshi koden) is a kind of 'gisho,' not all 'gisho' should be taken as koshi koden.
  920. Although circulation increased in the middle of the period due to an increase in the credit of Dajokan bills, circulation decreased once again at the end of the period as a result of the frequent appearance of counterfeit bills, which were difficult to distinguish from genuine bills.
  921. Although civilization and enlightenment was encouraged in that period, the Japanese preferred 'sitting' on a zabuton to sitting on a chair.
  922. Although classified as a war chronicle, the Gikeiki, unlike the "Heike monogatari," is not actually focused on the period of Yoshitsune's magnificent battles, but rather on his childhood, his early successes, and his ruin.
  923. Although cloisonne enamel was recommended in old documents, beads made from various materials, such as lime tree, are used today.
  924. Although cloister government by Takakura was commenced, its legitimacy was doubtful, because it was formed as a result of a coup and it was largely supported by the military power of the Taira clan.
  925. Although coal-fired power generation stopped in 1894, the new thermal power plant, Higashikujo Power Plant, was started in 1900 in response to the increasing demand.
  926. Although codification of the above acts began in the Konin, Jogan (the era name in Japan) and Engi eras, respectively, they were in fact completed in later eras.
  927. Although coming from a fisherman family, he was invited to the bakufu as an exceptional case.)
  928. Although commuters going to military works disappeared, a lot of people rushed to trains including those who were going to buy food, demobilized soldiers, and repatriates.
  929. Although concerned comments of each family were chosen depending on Kukai's own point of view, all sentences cited were written by Chinese men of literature.
  930. Although concrete measures were different as the occasion demanded, the sake brewing restriction decrees were enforced 61 times and the sake brewing promotion decrees 6 times throughout the Edo period, which indicates basic direction was, as a whole, to impose restrictions.
  931. Although congestion on trains during the rush hour became serious due to the increase in the population of the area along the line, trains running during the daytime were not so congested.
  932. Although consistency in the political strategies was emphasized, the national virtue and the national strategy were omitted, and they were summarized as the principal doctrine for national defense.
  933. Although construction of the Science City started during the bubble, it has continued to this day without plans for cancellation.
  934. Although consumer open reel tape recorders were produced later, it was the state-of-the-art equipment for professional use, and therefore it was very expensive at the time.
  935. Although contemporary Kaiseki ryori (sometimes confused with Kaiseki cuisine (dishes served on an individual tray for entertaining guests) because of the same pronunciation in Japanese) is luxurious, the original one was plain, and used seasonable materials and adopted the spirit of Shojin ryori.
  936. Although cucumbers or Japanese ginger can be added and pickled in vinegar today, originally only eggplant, perilla and salt were used; its sour taste comes only from lactic bacterium, so traditionally no vinegar was used.
  937. Although cupellated silver coming from silver mines was purchased by the ginza as a rule for minting into Chogin silver, many sought to make profits by shipping the ore directly to Nagasaki rather than selling it to the ginza.
  938. Although current buildings of Doshisha are mostly brick, the original buildings were wooden.
  939. Although currently unseen head-on because it's hidden by the new station building that was built to coincide with the opening of the Keihan Oto Line to traffic, the original station building is a historic piece of architecture having the structure of a Buddhist temple.
  940. Although daifuku are normally eaten as-is, they can also be roasted or added to sweet bean soup as desired.
  941. Although dark colors--green characters on a dark-blue background--were used for the sign, it was highly visible because the board size was somewhat large.
  942. Although designated by the Emperor, it boasted the power exceeding that of the imperial family in the era when the samurai-based government was first established.
  943. Although desparately stopped by Sangoro, a rickshaw man and tenement residents who had rushed in at the noise and furthermore by HAGIHARA who has come to see what was happening, Kobei, holding his own child, jumps into the Okawa river behind his house.
  944. Although details are not clear, this shows that Hakase-shikiden had been provided before that time.
  945. Although details are shown in the website of Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, to eat a raw egg, pay attention to following things:
  946. Although details are uncertain, his artistic style was 'Kankafu' (third of the "Ninth") according to "Sarugaku Dangi" and he showed 'moving tears just keep on falling' performance at the tachiai (playing opposite) noh of Tohokuin.
  947. Although details are unknown as it is not disclosed, Ryugan-ji Temple was introduced as Meki Fudo in the December 1930 issue of the Sendagaya community bulletin and has often been mentioned as Meki of Goshiki Fudo in recent years; Therefore, the temple will be discussed in this section.
  948. Although details of the founding and history of the temple are unclear, temple legend has it that it was erected by Prince Shotoku, and Kukai (Kobo Daishi) later practiced asceticism there.
  949. Although different from region to region, suimono (clear soup) or other types of soup such as miso-soup are often served with this type of sushi.
  950. Although discord generated between Goshirakawa and Kiyomori had not been dispelled, cooperation between them was indispensable in order to maintain the regime, and the political influence of Kenshunmonin as a coordinator increased.
  951. Although dried noodles exhibit good storage quality, it easily attracts worms and attention needs to be paid to preserve the noodles.
  952. Although duck meat may look greasy, unlike beef, its cholesterol level is low and it contains a high level of unsaturated fatty acid and vitamins (A and B2).
  953. Although due to the financial resources an opposing argument appeared inside the new government, it decided to give rewards for fear that the domains' financial aggravation caused by military expenses in the battles might create ill feeling against it.
  954. Although during his career he held a control over ex-legionaries and became a force within military, he had no political ambition and did not wield power for political battle in the central government.
  955. Although during the same period, 'the Keicho oban' had been minted as well, the Daibutsu oban is categorized into the Tensho oban because it was minted by the order of the Toyotomi family.
  956. Although each house has average ground-floor area measuring 993 square meters, it appears to be many times larger than it really is because of the physical openness mentioned before.
  957. Although each of the officers was a farmer, he was permitted to ride on a horse, to own his family name and to wear a sword, being the highest-positioned person of farmers.
  958. Although education in Japan had been promoted as a measure to enrich and strengthen a country on the basis of Imperial Prescript on Education since the Meiji period, it was aimed at drastic democratization after World War II under the educational reform policies of the General Headquarters (GHQ).
  959. Although eels are imported, wild eels (eels caught in the wild) remain strong in popularity, and they are caught by angling and by longlines.
  960. Although eight thousand five hundred and fifteen of the Oban were minted, fifteen of them were crushed in minting tests by the Obanza, that the total coins released was 8,500.
  961. Although even most Japanese may be unfamiliar with these terms, until recently they were often used as synonyms and dictionaries used the same definitions for tekiya, yashi, and sanzun.
  962. Although even samurai warriors in various provinces hesitated to try to do away with it, the chief priest of Kannon-ji Temple successfully did with Buddhistic invocations and the power of Buddhist dharma.
  963. Although events concerning agriculture, etc. were major events around before the war, they are only held in rural areas due to decreased farmers and mechanization.
  964. Although every business enterprise that Benzo handled with Banseisha LP grew up to be a local industry of present-day Tokachi and Obihiro, yet in those days the management of Banseisha LP did not go well.
  965. Although everybody tries to stay away from him due to his extremely serious and sincere nature, he is respected for his attitude toward the arts.
  966. Although expensive products that retain the original shape of the ovary are mainly sold as gifts or used at receptions, and lower priced products that do not retain the original shape are sold for domestic consumption, there is no difference in quality.
  967. Although extremely rare, there were cases in which a family member was promoted to naidaijin (minister of the center).
  968. Although family registration and keicho were the foundation of people-based governance, the above situation clearly demonstrated the limitation of people-based governance/tax collection that relied on family registration and keicho.
  969. Although fewer cases are found in Europe, Karl V of the Great Roman Empire who doubles as the king of Spain as Carlos I, retired due to the fatigue of state affairs and illness, and spent the rest of his life in a monastery.
  970. Although fighting a disadvantageous fight and retreating in this way, the Satsuma army continued preventing the government army from advancing towards the Nobeoka area until August.
  971. Although fighting continued mainly in the Dewa province for the last half of this period, most rebellions by Emishi/Ezo people are considered to have ceased by 778, partly thanks to the collaboration of IJI no Azamaro and others.
  972. Although financial difficulties kept the association from taking active measures, it was incorporated as 'Tsukigase Hoshokai Foundation' in 1919 in an effort to reinforce its activities.
  973. Although followers of the present Kyoto line use the name, the matter remains uncertain.
  974. Although for a time he thought of making Genji, as something to remember his mother by, the Crown Prince, after considering his son's future, he reduced him in status to a commoner.
  975. Although forgotten in history for a while, the name of Arima no miko began appearing in some historical sources again and Iwashiro became an Utamakura (names of famous places usually associated with poetry) when the Manyoshu was re-evaluated and appreciated in the latter half of Heian period.
  976. Although formerly a geyujo was necessitated for kokushi alone, naikan (government officials in Kyoto) as well became necessary to have a geyujo issued when they left their positions, and became audited by kageyushi as well.
  977. Although formerly many trains on this line would pass through the station, today all trains on the line stop here.
  978. Although four local trains each hour are operated between Kyoto Station and Yamato-Saidaiji Station, they don't run at the 15-minute interval because their schedules need to be adjusted in relation with the trains operating on the Kyoto Municipal Subway Line.
  979. Although four volumes were successively published at the time when the publication had just begun, there was a month in which the issue was made only once because of the concerns about the future of the bulletin.
  980. Although from 1891 Shozo TANAKA frequently raised the issue of the pollution at the Diet, the government did not actively take any anti mining pollution measures.
  981. Although from this station you take only the Kintetsu Line, you have to touch both the JR's automatic ticket checker and Kintetsu's simple IC card ticket checker.
  982. Although gas lights became out of use as light bulbs developed, they are still used for monumental illumination in some regions.
  983. Although generally mass-produced by companies, soy sauce, lots of miso and tofu are also manufactured in traditional styles.
  984. Although generally the case for the Kansai region only, a bamboo stalk is diagonally cut so that the section includes the joint.
  985. Although gigaku itself declined in the Kamakura period, it has largely influenced to other performing arts.
  986. Although gisho are apt to be misunderstood as being of no use, there are a few that are meaningless from an academic standpoint except for examples that involve the occult or are fraudulent.
  987. Although gohei which is used in rites of jinja shinto and which is made of sakaki tree branches or nagi tree branches is also called himorogi, gohei is originally a simplified yorishiro as a substitute of naturally-grown shinboku in Koshinto.
  988. Although goryo shinko prevailed since the Heian period, there is no consensus on how far back we could go to identify when it in fact started.
  989. Although goryu-shinto was dissolved under the order to separate Shintoism and Buddhism from each other in the Meiji Restoration, traces of inshin and koketsu of goryu-shinto still remain in esoteric Buddhism temples at present.
  990. Although grinding stones were excavated predominantly in the Jomon period, the appearance of them together with stone plates went back to the Paleolithic period when stone tools resembling a knife became popular.
  991. Although growing was once discontinued, it was revived in Kumamoto Prefecture.
  992. Although gun (counties) were provided within each province, there is a controversy (called "Gun-pyo ronso") among some experts about that such a county was called not only "gun" but also "koori" in the Taika era.
  993. Although gyokuro may be categorized as a high-class sencha produced in Japan, it is treated separately from ordinary sencha in fairs, etc. (refer to the articles on "sencha in the broad sense" and "sencha in the narrow sense").
  994. Although han bills carried a face value, and were promised to be exchangeable for gold or silver coins, few domains could prepare enough coins to honor that promise.
  995. Although han bills worked well at first, merchants expected the price of rice to go up because of famine, so they concealed rice and refused to trade it for han bills.
  996. Although hardly anything ever happened between them, Chujo no kimi was surprised to hear that and hid Ukifune in a small house at Sanjo.
  997. Although having assumed Ukone no daisho (major captain of the right division of inner palace guards) additionally in 1416, he died in the same year.
  998. Although having been defeated in Takahatayama, he had not received to move the kitchen, then, he collected cooking utensil and waited for a command.
  999. Although having been defeated in the left flank as described above, the Satsuma army-gun was always in an advantageous state in Nagamine, Hotakubo, and Kengun in the right flank throughout the 'battle of Joto'.
  1000. Although having been degraded to the position of merely a daimyo, the Toyotomi family still possessed a special status, and was not integrated into the control of the Tokugawa clan effectively.

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