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  1. Later it sold a limited number of its gyudon bowls labeled 'gyudon festival' from October 1 to 5 and from November 1 to 5.
  2. Later it supported a hard-line foreign policy collaborating with the Konwa-kai of Tateki TANI and the Constitutional Progressive Party of minto, and criticized government for its policy of transcendentalism, han-dominated politics and treaty revision.
  3. Later it was also called the nanban (literally, Southeast Asian countries)-zukuri style.
  4. Later it was changed its name to houden (rich rice field) and Iitoyo.'
  5. Later it was classified as a new type, "shochu group Ko" or existing type, "shochu group Otsu" according to the Liquor Tax Law.
  6. Later it was introduced into China and the sanxian was born.
  7. Later it was related with sho and was determined as 1 10th amount of sho.
  8. Later it was replaced by innocho kudashibumi, and disappeared after the Kamakura period.
  9. Later it went bankrupt.
  10. Later life of meritorious vassals
  11. Later many immigrants went to the U.S. from the mainland of Japan.
  12. Later mentioned.
  13. Later moved into Higashiyama in Kyoto, the more prosperous Bukko-ji Temple became, the stricter Enryaku-ji Temple of Tendai sect suppressed on it.
  14. Later movements
  15. Later on Lower Daigo was ruined in the Onin war and many other battles, leaving only the Goju-no-to (5-story pagoda).
  16. Later on another sword as a katashiro was selected among swords stored in the sacred warehouse of the Ise Jingu Shrine and has existed since ancient times.
  17. Later on as well, many of his pieces such as the television drama "Kizudarake no tenshi" ("Wounded Angel") (directing two parts), and the movies "The Shogun's Samurai : Yagyu Clan Conspiracy," "Kamata koshinkyoku"("Fall Guy") and "Battle Royale" became highly-discussed works.
  18. Later on charyo with Chinese style poem or Chinese style sculpture on the backside came into fashion as a literatures' hobby.
  19. Later on he edited "Ryojin Hisho" (Songs to make the Dust Dance).
  20. Later on he established the Kideranomiya family.
  21. Later on he received the surname of Asomi in 750.
  22. Later on he was adopted by Emperor Gokomatsu.
  23. Later on he was deitied in Hokkaido-jingu Shrine.
  24. Later on he was influenced by Kuya and devoted himself to the Jodo (Pure Land) sect and prepared the "Praise of Amida" as the first Wasan (Japanese hymn) to educate the masses.
  25. Later on he was killed while under suspicion for treason in 765.
  26. Later on he was moved to Awa Province which is closer to the capital city.
  27. Later on he worked for Ise Shrine.
  28. Later on however, ABE no Sadato came into conflict with the Imperial Court, and the Abe clan fought a series of battles called "Zen Kunen no Eki" against the suppression forces headed by MINAMOTO no Yoriyoshi.
  29. Later on in other areas as well, farmers who engaged in transportation by utilizing their farm horses during the slack season increasingly concentrated on transportation.
  30. Later on in the same year in December he was coronated, the Imperial Palace was decided to be Namiki at Hatsuse and OTOMO no Kanamura was made minister of state (Omuraji).
  31. Later on it came to light that the document was a forgery.
  32. Later on it is said that he also lived in retirement in Yamazaki and Minase, where he socialized with ARIWARA no Narihira and KI no Aritsune.
  33. Later on paper manufacture and coal mining were booming.
  34. Later on she made an Imperial consort's bridal entry into court to her half older brother, Imperial Prince Ate (later called Emperor Heizei).
  35. Later on the temple fell into ruin.
  36. Later on they were given the important duty of drawing up a Myobo kanmon, which expressed their opinions concerning legal matters, and submitting it to a court council such as the Jin no sadame (ancient cabinet council).
  37. Later on when Gosankyo (another three privileged branch families) was formed, the legal wives of Gosanke were also called 'Gorenju' due to the roles of Gosankyo being equivalent to the Gosanke.
  38. Later on when Itakamaboko (current Kamaboko), in which fishcake was put on top of a piece of wood came to the market, Chikuwa was called Chikuwa Kamaboko to distinguish it from Chikuwa, after which the name was shortened to Chikuwa.
  39. Later on wooden chataku are also produced.
  40. Later on, "setsugetsuka" was recognized primarily as the combination of snow, the moon, and cherry blossoms; "setsugetsuka" referred to these three objects themselves, or further included the elegant stances themselves when enjoing these objects.
  41. Later on, 30 towns were formed after going through the changes shown below.
  42. Later on, 300 Japanese and Chinese books were donated on October 16, 1930, and in June, 1938, 739 volumes and 881 traditionally bound Japanese books, which had been passed down in the Saionji family, were donated as well.
  43. Later on, Hideharu was sent to the Azuchi Castle with his brother Hidenao but on Nobunaga's order, he was executed by crucifixion in Jion-ji Temple of Jogo-in in Azuchi on July 5.
  44. Later on, Hotta went on to write nineteen scripts, teaming up with assistant director Kichinosuke HITOMI as a main scriptwriter of Makino's contemporary dramas rather than working on Katsumi's films.
  45. Later on, Iemura KISO, the sixth generation descendent of Yoshimune, came to play an active role as a busho (Japanese military commander) of Takauji ASHIKAGA and called himself 'the restorer of the Kiso family.'
  46. Later on, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA had Keitoku-in Temple built as a family temple, where Bodhi is enshrined with Nobukatsu, the heir and Fujin HOJO, the legal wife.
  47. Later on, Imperial Princess Yoshiko married Emperor Kokaku.
  48. Later on, Ise-jingu Shrine only conducted hanhei and, when the Muromachi period started, hanhei was abolished due to Onin War, etc., however, hanhei was revived in the Meiji period.
  49. Later on, Joa returned to the Shichijo Dojo Training Hall in Kyoto and, in 1605, gave lectures to Emperor Goyozei.
  50. Later on, Koden became territories of the Ozuki clan who took over the official position, and rice taxes from these territories, as well as commodities obtained through Jishi Koeki were spent as expenses for the Daijokan.
  51. Later on, Kokai turned the position of administrator of the three major shrines and temples over to Cloistered Imperial Prince Shucho.
  52. Later on, Masanari was appointed by Ieyasu to serve him, and he became Tokugawa clan's aide since then.
  53. Later on, Meiji restoration was achieved, and by 1868, he became Jusanmi-Sangi (Royal Advisors at the Junior Third Rank) (He was 49 years old at the time).
  54. Later on, Nakamaro escaped from Heijo-kyo Capital and lost in fighting in Omi Province and collapsed.
  55. Later on, Nikomi Dengaku came to be called 'Oden,' a term consisting of 'den' as in Dengaku and 'o,' which is a prefix used in lady's language.
  56. Later on, Ninjitsu became the Shobodai-in betto (the head priest of Shobodai-in Temple) and Hosho-ji Gon no betto (acting head priest of Hosho-ji Temple), but died on July 11th, 1131.
  57. Later on, Prince Morisada had Motoie JIMYOIN's daughter, Chinshi (also pronounced Nobuko) JIMYOIN (later called Kitashirakawain) as his Empress and he lived in the Jimyoin Imperial Palace which was related to the Jimyoin family, however he deplored his misfortune and entered into the priesthood in April and May 1213.
  58. Later on, Princess Yamatohime gave the sword to Yamato Takeru, who set off for 'Togoku' (eastern Japan) to suppress barbarian tribes.
  59. Later on, Saga family and Nakanomikado family were promoted from count to marquis due to their achievement at the Restoration, and finally ten families in total were admitted marquises.
  60. Later on, Saishu became an official post appointed by the emperor to an Imperial Family member or duke and was legally established by imperial edict to regulate the Ise-jingu Shrine.
  61. Later on, Shigekane founded Daikakuzan Hoko-ji Temple in Kawabe-gun and erected the Shichidogaran (seven major structures in a temple compound) there.
  62. Later on, Sosetsu returned to Kyoto and died in Shoden-ji Temple where he lodged.
  63. Later on, Soshitsu (the head of the Urasenke Tradition of Tea) Itto YUGENSAI, the 8th head of the Urasenke school, visited the Hachisuka clan of Tokushima domain.
  64. Later on, Sukematsu MINAMI who came to Ashio Copper Mine from Yubari Cole Mine cooperated with Nagaoka, and they set up Dainihon Rodo Shiseikai, Ashio branch on December 5, 1906.
  65. Later on, TOMO no Yoshio and his son fell under suspicion as the result of a tip from an informant, they were later convicted and faced banishment.
  66. Later on, Tadakiyo died of illness.
  67. Later on, a rumor went around that Tameto was cursing Michinaga.
  68. Later on, after serving as Kageyushi (Board of Discharge Examiners) and Udaiben (Major Controller of the Right), he was appointed to Sangi (councilor) in 934.
  69. Later on, as tools improved, methods for using thinner boards were developed, and use of kokerabuki, utilizing the thinnest boards, started in the early Heian period.
  70. Later on, at the Daijo-sai festival (a festival to celebrate the succession of an emperor) and Niiname-sai festival (ceremonial offering by the Emperor of newly-harvested rice to the deities), offerings of food and drink to the gods the chihaya was worn by uneme (court waitress of ancient Japan) and court ladies.
  71. Later on, due to the current sea level rise that occurred worldwide during the glacial period, the strait having shallow water depth of approximately 130 meters kept opening and closing.
  72. Later on, following a miracle involving the statue of Fudo Myoo, a stone statue made by Gyoki, in July 1918 they constructed a Fodo-do hall on the former site of the Amida-do hall in Ryufuku-ji Temple and renamed the temple Yamato Momoosan Daishin-ji Temple.
  73. Later on, for a variety of reasons, there were also examples of the reverse happening as distinguished kabuki acting families had their children adopted by the tea rooms.
  74. Later on, he amalgamated with the Japanese deity Susanoo.
  75. Later on, he attempted a comeback but failed it, and then he ran to Yoshino to meet Emperor Gomurakami (according to the theory of Takanori being the author of "Taiheiki," he was supposed to have written the original book of Taiheiki around this time).
  76. Later on, he became Michihiro's adopted son-in-law and spent a peaceful life.
  77. Later on, he became a Myobo hakase (teacher of the law in the Ritsuryo system), Kageyushi (Board of Discharge Examiners), Kazue no kami (the head of budget bureau), and wrote 'Ryonoshuge' (Commentaries on the Civil Statutes) and 'Ritsu-no-shuge.'
  78. Later on, he became an adopted son-in-law of Yusai SHIMOMURA, a Shinto priest of Matsui Village (present-day Nakago-cho, Kitaibaragi City, Ibaragi Prefecture), and named himself Tsuguji SHINOMURA (written as 嗣司 in kanji characters; there are also views that the name was written as 継司 or 嗣次).
  79. Later on, he developed a deep friendship with Nobunaga; in particular, they shared a common interest in falconry and often boasted of the results to each other.
  80. Later on, he gathered followers and cohorts, and with him as the leader they repeatedly committed crimes.
  81. Later on, he returned to Ogaki Domain.
  82. Later on, he spun off from Tanyu's painting style with a more moist black-and-white ink style.
  83. Later on, he studied a Chinese mathematics book, "Sanpo Toso" under his relative, Soan SUMINOKURA, and published his book, "Jinkoki" (a mathematical book covering almost all important mathematics useful for daily professional life in the Edo period) in 1628.
  84. Later on, he was also appointed to Hikitsukegashira (the head of Hikitsukeshu which was a judicial organ under the bakufu) and yoriaishu (a member of the top decision making organ), and also assigned to Kanto-Bugyo (the office of court appointments); therefore, he continued to play a central part in the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) administration.
  85. Later on, he was often invited to the residence of the Shogun family to dance "Saruwaka mai" and gained a reputation, while he was bothered by the loss of "Nakamura-za Theater" by fire and by the regulations by the magistrate's office.
  86. Later on, he was persuaded by the Kodama Party who desperately wanted to save his life, and decided to follow the Kodama Party.
  87. Later on, his achievements were referred to as a 'great gift that should be handed down to later generations, including our domain and historians' (according to the "Inpunenpyo" [Chronological Table of Tottori]) by Masayoshi OKAJIMA.
  88. Later on, however, a fight over the position of the head of the clan started with Koretoshi ASO and his son Koreie opposing Koretada ASO and his son Korenori.
  89. Later on, however, the Melodies increasingly became the expression of techniques of Japanese music, and appearance of Hibari MISORA in the 1960s elevated Koga to a position of enka master.
  90. Later on, in 1870, Kyoto Prefecture took over the project and connected the canal to the Kamo-gawa River in Fushimi.
  91. Later on, it became 62 towns after going through the changes shown below.
  92. Later on, it developed into gokenin (an immediate vassal of the shogunate), or 'Sonraku ryoshu' (rural lord) and 'Kokujin ryoshu' (local samurai lord).
  93. Later on, it is said that the jewel was given to Ninigi (the grandson of the Sun Goddess) during the 'Tensonkorin' where he descended to earth in order to rule the country.
  94. Later on, it was identified that sumo wrestlers with such names didn't exist and those names are the names of places where Inari (god of harvests) were worshipped; he worshipped all of the Inari shrines to dedicate Ema (a votive horse tablet) to them.
  95. Later on, it was often used in the Imperial Court.
  96. Later on, kobudo came to be called koryubujutsu, and also called kobujutsu in recent years.
  97. Later on, maiko begin putting lipstick on the upper lip and use black eyeliner as well.
  98. Later on, mention was made of primitive shrines in forests and woods as well as on rock formations and mountains but, places where the deities ascended form the heavens and rested and places where deities resided and were worshiped were identified by being roped off with a Shimenawa.
  99. Later on, parts of the grazing land outside of Shinano Province stopped being used; however, to make up for some sort of shortfall etc the Oshu area had previously been acquired and it is also thought that influential local people contributed horses.
  100. Later on, prices were regulated in 962, 986, 1072, and 1179 under Kokaho.
  101. Later on, sake kept being made in winter.
  102. Later on, several more Ryoge no kan posts were created in order to adapt to reality.
  103. Later on, she is said to have looked to one of her relatives, Iekuni NUMATA (also known as Iyo no kuni no kami [Governor of Iyo Province]), the head of the local ruling family of Numata, Kozuke Province and the Numata clan of FUJIWARA no Hidesato line, for help and lived under their protection.
  104. Later on, she lived in seclusion in Kyoto.
  105. Later on, the Joshu (director) of the Geki was called Kyokumu (Chief Secretary of the Daijokan), the Joshu of the Shi was called Kanmu and these two came to hold the highest positions in the Daijokan Kanjin aside from the Kugyo and Giseikan.
  106. Later on, the Kyoroku-Tenbun War erupted.
  107. Later on, the Matsui clan developed and branched off into some lineages with Yamashiro Province being its base, and Yasuyuki MATSUI (busho (Japanese military commander)) and Yukan MATSUI (Sakai bugyo (Magistrate of around Sakai)) appeared in succession during the Muromachi Period.
  108. Later on, the Russo-Japanese War broke out over the rights and interests concerning Manchuria and Korean Peninsula.
  109. Later on, the Shikken (shogunal regent) or Rensho (assistant to regents) would double as the betto.
  110. Later on, the Yoshimi clan had worked under the Mori clan until the family head Hironaga YOSHIMI was killed in the early Edo period for suspicion of plotting a rebellion.
  111. Later on, the conferment of a court rank and the appointment to an office were progressively made regardless of Kanisoto (the bureaucratic system according to Ikai [court rank] in the ritsuryo system).
  112. Later on, the distinction between them became unclear, and they came to be collectively called `Bunin.'
  113. Later on, the group produced many Chokusen councilors with a bureaucratic background.
  114. Later on, the head family of Konoe lost its status of Kobetu Sekke when Moriteru (renamed Tadateru KONOE), the son of Atsuko (the daughter of Fumimaro KONOE) and Morisada HOSOKAWA (her husband), succeeded the Konoe family.
  115. Later on, the monks of Mt. Hiei split into an Ennin faction and an Enchin faction and opposed each other bitterly.
  116. Later on, the opposing argument involved the Naval General Staff and right-wing groups which were dissatisfied with the treaty.
  117. Later on, the system of having six assistants was changed, Nobutsuna MATSUDAIRA and Tadaaki ABE became senior councilors and Toshikatsu DOI and Tadakatsu SAKAI assumed the posts of Chief Master, dealing only with important matters.
  118. Later on, the title of 'Bachelor of Art in law' was given to each of 25 students that included these 20 students and five of the seven students who went to France as foreign students in the previous year (two of them died abroad).
  119. Later on, there was a conflict between the Hiki clan, who backed Yoriie, with the Hojo clan, who supported his brother MINAMOTO no Sanetomo, and the Hiki clan was subverted by attacks from the Hojo clan.
  120. Later on, there was another theory during the late Medieval period, that Teika and the Imperial Princess were in love, it created the opportunity to produce the Noh play "Teika."
  121. Later on, these circumstances became a source of trouble for the Kinsei daimyo of the Date clan and the Sendai Domain, and caused various problems including the Date riot and the Boshin War.
  122. Later on, when Masayuki HOSHINA was promoted to a high-ranking daimyo figure (Japanese feudal lord) of the Aizu Domain in Mutsu Province with 230,000 goku (of rice, with one koku being 180.39 liters), 'karatsuyu' soba was introduced to the Aizu region and became known as 'Takato soba' after its birthplace.
  123. Later on, when a secret agreement was signed between Korea and Russia and Yukichi FUKUZAWA and others who heard about it from Kakugoro INOUE, they gave up on the government of the Korean Dynasties that were against equality, righteousness and independence with their Sadaejuui policy and petit Sinocentrism.
  124. Later on, when ceremonies began taking place indoors, the central part of the ceremonial place became haiden; the places which used to be the seats for priests and priestesses became kairou or corridors.
  125. Later on, with the development of the ritsuryo system, increasing number people were liberated from zakko status and became citizens for the purpose of decreasing senmin classes.
  126. Later people's choice spread to various places around the world, and it is now difficult to find a tourist site where you cannot spot any Japanese.
  127. Later promoted to Udaijin.
  128. Later renamed Denkuro NAKAMURA the sixth.
  129. Later several members of the imperial family became regents, but under Risturyo the post in charge of the regency was not defined.
  130. Later shaku came to be used for giving a dignified air to the holder during important ceremonies and Shinto rituals.
  131. Later she became Naishinosuke (a court lady of the first rank) and when the Emperor Koko died, she played a major role as Reiingubu (a person holding the Emperor's seal) under Naishinokami (Principal Handmaid) FUJIWARA no Yoshiko.
  132. Later she became menoto (wet nurse) of MINAMOTO no Sanetomo, the second son of Yoritomo.
  133. Later she became the wife of Niou no Miya.
  134. Later she brought the matter of her miscarriage up with the chief priest.
  135. Later she married Tekkan.
  136. Later she married Tokihira, giving birth to FUJIWARA no Yasutada.
  137. Later she moves to the Nijoin residence in order to receive medical treatment, and sometimes mentions that she wants to become a nun, but she dies before Hikaru Genji of an illness without being allowed to become a nun ('Minori').
  138. Later she remarried Ryuha HAYASHI, who was nine years younger within a year of her first husband death with six children and this became a big scandalous news of the Taisho period.
  139. Later she returned to Kyoto and left the court around August and September 1868.
  140. Later she served Hachijoin, a daughter of Bifukumonin, and thus was called Gojo no Tsubone.
  141. Later shogi masters did the same, leading to generation of a new custom in which masters created and offered exercise books to the bakufu.
  142. Later situations
  143. Later some people call it 'Musashi-ryu' and other nicknames.
  144. Later tea books (such as "Sogetsu Sashiwa Shu" and "Teiyoshu") provide an anecdote: Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI allowed only a few number of people (called the Seven Daisu Tea Masters) to learn the tea ceremony that utilized daisu which was reformed by SEN no Rikyu.
  145. Later that process was considered very troublesome, so the technique of 'itahiki' was introduced (craftsmen put a lot of paste on the material, stick it to a lacquered board to dry it, and when it hardened like a board, peel it off; after the whole process finished, craftsmen cut the material to make clothes).
  146. Later that year, he became the Chori (chief priest) of Onjo-ji Temple, and in September 1000 he was appionted as a Daisojo (a Buddhist priest of the highest order).
  147. Later that year, he was exiled to the Izu Province.
  148. Later that year, in the aftermath of the Battle of Hakodate, the contract was taken over by the Hakodate government, which terminated the contract by paying a penalty fine to Gaertner in 1870.
  149. Later the Chokodo estates became an important financial foundation for the Jimyoin line.
  150. Later the Heki school was succeeded by the Yoshida clan so, it is also called Yoshida school.
  151. Later the Ikama family became a cook for the Hachijonomiya family for generations due to their involvement in cooking for the ceremony.
  152. Later the Rinzai school, which achieved the pinnacle of Zen teaching, was brought to Japan in the Kamakura period by Eisai, who went to China to study in the Southern Song period.
  153. Later the Shimazu clan became a resistance force against Ryoshun's rule in Kyushu.
  154. Later the Sotoku-fu established educational institutions with six months to two years schooling, such as schools for sugar production or industrial learning schools attached to the Sotoku-fu Education Bureau.
  155. Later the army was mobilized by Yoritomo in 1180, MINAMOTO no Yoritomo did 'honryo-ando' (acknowledged the inherited estate) that his father MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo tried to snatch away by force.
  156. Later the biographies called kanbun-den, which was developed from Kokushi-tai, were written in classical Chinese (kanbun).
  157. Later the boy rode a small boat to Harima Province and became Osake myojin (God of Osake).
  158. Later the boy rode a small boat to Harima Province and became Osake myojin (God of Osake).' (adapted from Razan HAYASHI, "Honcho Jinja Ko" [a study of Japanese shrine] and Kunio YANAGIDA, "Momotaro no Tanjo" [The Origins of Momotaro])
  159. Later the child became doji (child acolyte of Buddhism).
  160. Later the destructive aspect dropped away to leave only the abundant harvest aspect, which is how Daikokuten, known as "Daikokusama," became the god presiding over food and wealth, and was counted one of the seven Shichifukujin.
  161. Later the first lord of the Fukuchiyama Domain in Tanba Province
  162. Later the form was divided into two parts (the first part of five, seven and seven syllables, and the latter part of seven and seven syllables), and then Renga (linked verse) and Haikai (17-syllable verse) were generated.
  163. Later the influence of Aritomo YAMAGATA increased and Masatake TERAUCHI and Giichi TANAKA formed Yamagata clique in the Army and they became mainstream in the Army.
  164. Later the large parts of territories which were originally belonged to Sekkan-ke (the line of regents and advisers) and Tadasane were returned on the condition that they were inherited by FUJIWARA no Tadamichi.
  165. Later the manuscript was handed down to Chusai SHIBUE, who is well-known by the novel written by Ogai MORI.
  166. Later the meaning changes slightly, being used to refer to Genji himself after he is appointed Jun Daijo Tenno (a position equal to that of a retired emperor).
  167. Later the official duties were displaced by Kebiishi (a police and judicial chief) and samurai families.
  168. Later the river trip became popularized, and the pleasure boats boarding place was moved to the vicinity of Kameoka Station, JR Sagano Line.
  169. Later the school of Donkai was called Yugyo school.
  170. Later the shakuhachi was added to the ensemble and in modern times the vast majority of trio ensembles are composed of a shamisen, a koto, and a shakuhachi.
  171. Later the shrine, still in existence, was renamed Kishitsu-Jinja Shrine.
  172. Later the store was moved to Kayu-koji Street in Shinkyogoku-dori Street, and the name changed to Yojiya.
  173. Later the system of Sanni became a mere fa?ade and lost the importance of existence, and in 896 it was incorporated in Shikibu-sho and after that the office work in Sanni was done in Shikibu-sho.
  174. Later the temple was rejuvenated by Eison, who played an important role in the restoration of Saidai-ji Temple, and his disciple Ninsho among others, but closed at the time of the anti-Buddhist movement in the Meiji Period.
  175. Later the tenth head of the Ii family, Naoakira II became wakadoshiyori (junior councilor).
  176. Later the term was used as a slogan for criticizing the government and requesting the establishment of a parliament in the Jiyu Minken Undo (Movement for Liberty and People's Rights).
  177. Later the title was upgraded to count.
  178. Later the word came to cover children up to age of about six.
  179. Later there was a legend known as a flying plum tree (tobuume) that the Japanese plum trees in the garden flew to Daszaifu, following him.
  180. Later these became central duties of Zushoryo.
  181. Later these lineages became intertwined.
  182. Later these rules became invalid.
  183. Later they bought the Shintomi-za Theater in Tokyo to advance into Tokyo.
  184. Later they came to be written in a mainly conversation style using colloquial language.
  185. Later they formed Ryokufukai, an Innai group, with an emphasis on neutrality and the group once had great power in the national political scene as the largest group within the House.
  186. Later they formed a strong alliance.
  187. Later they took the post of Bungunshugo (a provincial constable of a specially given gun [county] unit of a province) of Nishinari County (Nakajima County), Settsu Province.
  188. Later they were translated into Japanese.
  189. Later this anecdote was cited in "Shinsai shigen" (Shinsai sayings) and others, and converted into a well known history.
  190. Later this became a policy of the central government and once it even occupied a half of the income.
  191. Later this giving the hereditary title was extended to the powerful clans that were originally in the same rank with the king.
  192. Later this position called tanbomori was handed down among certain families for many generations.
  193. Later this residence was used as the Belgium legation.
  194. Later though, he is given the title of Jun Daijo tenno (quasi ex-emperor), which exceeds the rank highest rank that a subject can attain.
  195. Later times
  196. Later transferred to the Tentoku-ji Temple, Shiba (Minato Ward, Tokyo Prefecture).
  197. Later when Izanagi fled the Yomi (the land of the dead), he shook off his pursuers of Yomi by brandishing a Totsuka no Tsurugi behind him.
  198. Later when being asked, Sansetsu replied black would have won with three moves and Jowa replied one move.
  199. Later when the armistice agreement was concluded with the Toyotomi clan, he served as bugyo for landfilling of the outer and inner moats of Osaka-jo Castle by order of Ieyasu.
  200. Later when the confiscations of territories such as manors were started, and the term Mokkanryo was employed.
  201. Later when the shogun Yoshiaki conflicted with Nobunaga and the anti-Nobunaga network was laid, Yoshitsugu and sanninshu took Yoshiaki's side and conflicted with Nobunaga.
  202. Later works such as "Shugyoku henji sho" (by Sogi), "Rokasho"(by Shohaku) and "Sairyusho"(by Sanetaka SANJONISHI), although they made minor alterations to parts, generally followed the chronology.
  203. Later written as "大和国造".
  204. Later years
  205. Later years in China saw this type of vertical flute with the blowing edge formed cut outward from the uppermost end of the bamboo disappear, and the shakuhachi also ceased to be used as a gagaku instrument in Japan.
  206. Later years of Omandokoro
  207. Later, "Muromachi-dono" became the designation for the ASHIKAGA Shogun, and his government office-cum-residence was called "Muromachi Bakufu," which has been used ever since as a historical term to indicate Muromachi Shogunate.
  208. Later, "shakuhachi" (the bamboo flute) participated in the ensemble, and thereafter the instrumental trio was mostly shamisen, koto and shakuhachi.
  209. Later, 'Shozan' were placed in all the provinces except for the seven provinces of Yamato, Izumi, Shima, Hida, Sado, Oki, and Buzen, and they numbered no less than 230.
  210. Later, 'biwa' transliterated into a word of Chinese origin from barbat in the Uighur language became popular as their name.
  211. Later, 1 se was reset at 120 times the size of the area with sides of 5 shaku.
  212. Later, 1 tan as width and length of a cloth was set as 9 sun and 5 bu in width and at least 3 jo in length for a kimono (Japanese traditional clothing); 9 sun and 5 bu in width and at least 2 jo and 4 shaku in length for a menpu used for haori (Japanese half-coat); 9 sun and 5 bu in width and at least 2 jo in length for other clothes.
  213. Later, Akihisa joined the anti-Ouchi alliance with the Otomo clan.
  214. Later, Ariyoshi became a retainer of MINAMOTO no Yoritomo along with his family.
  215. Later, Asako got married to FUJIWARA no Michinori (or called Shinzei) who also served Taikenmonin.
  216. Later, Atsutane's daughter Oteu (her real name was Chieko or Orise) fell in love with the elder of the Midorikawa brothers, and Atutane allowed the marriage and to adopt the bridegroom as the heir to the Hirata family.
  217. Later, Benkei made a great performance as a royal retainer of Yoshitsune and made a name in the battle against the Taira clan.
  218. Later, Buddhist sects launched movements demanding the improvement of the legal system regarding religions and the restoration of their properties confiscated by the state.
  219. Later, Buke (samurai, warriors) and Kuge (the nobility) made use of Kamon, that are classified into some groups according to blood line or historical origin.
  220. Later, Chaldea was built on the site of Babylonia and destroyed Assyria again.
  221. Later, Chikafusa was promoted to head of the Minamoto clan; and Sadafusa was promoted to the rank of nai daijin (minister of the center).
  222. Later, Chikanaga KANROJI augmented it to form the edition as it is today.
  223. Later, Chinese elements in the noble culture faded, upon which a uniquely Japanese culture emerged.
  224. Later, Choei moved to Nagasaki for learning medical science and Western studies at the Narutakijuku founded by Philipp Franz von Siebold, where he was appointed as a school manager for his outstanding academic ability.
  225. Later, Crown Prince's chamberlain, Tachihaki no toneri (guard of the Imperial Palace) and so on were put.
  226. Later, Daisuke INOUE, who was working as a strolling guitarist in bars, developed a device to reproduce pre-recorded accompaniment using an eight-track tape.
  227. Later, Emperor Antoku was respected as an enshrined deity of Suiten-gu Shrine (Kurume City, Fukuoka Prefecture) (a temple sacred to the guardian deity of mariners); he was also respected as a god of water and a god who ensured the easy delivery of healthy babies.
  228. Later, Emperor Godaigo escaped from Oki no Shima Island, and called the 16 exiled kugyo back into service; Sadamoto, Sadaoku's heir who was a hangan (judge), joined in place of his father.
  229. Later, Emperor Gosaga reestablished it as a permanent organization, and in 1293, Emperor Fushimi expanded it to pursue his 'benevolent government'.
  230. Later, Emperor Gouda (Kitsushi's birth child) was also buried in the same place.
  231. Later, Emperor Murakami's reign was highly regarded as the ideal of imperial governance and was called Engi, Tenryaku no Chi (glorious Engi and Tenryaku rules) together with another ideal imperial governance taken by the Emperor Daigo (called Engi no Chi) in the early 10th century.
  232. Later, Emperor Ninken who had collateral lineage, received Kasuga no Oiratsume no Himemiko who was the Imperial princess of his enemy Emperor Yuryaku, as his empress, and ironically, the imperial lines that have been split into two since the times of his grandfathers were, unexpectedly, unified.
  233. Later, Emperor Shirakawa called up Hanshun and had him live at Ono Mandara-ji Temple, and after the emperor abdicated the throne to Emperor Horikawa, Shirakawa made Hanshun a Gojiso (a priest who prays to guard the emperor).
  234. Later, Emperor Suzaku also repaired it and lived there after abdicating the throne.
  235. Later, Emperor Suzaku wanted to marry the saigu after his abdication, but her mother, Miyasudokoro opposed this and, even after her death, Genji prevented this from happening ('Aoi (Genji Monogatari),' 'Sakaki').
  236. Later, Emperor Uda as well as the Imperial Prince Atsumi, who was the son of Emperor Uda, and the founder of Uda-Genji (Minamoto clan) were worshipped by Uda-Genji, and subsequently they were venerated by their descendants as ujigami for Sasaki-Genji.
  237. Later, Empress Jingu deceased and her prince (Emperor Ojin) assumed the throne.
  238. Later, Enichi (680-748), Hossho (? - around 777) of Goe Nenbutsu (五会念仏) and others enforced the tendency to integrate Jodo-kyo in other groups such as the Zen sect.
  239. Later, Enomoto and other defiant former retainers occupied the Goryokaku (five-sided fortification) in Hakodate City and resisted the new government's army until the end (please refer to the Battle of Hakodate.).
  240. Later, European countries followed one after another, and gold standard system was established globally by the end of the 19th century.
  241. Later, FUJIWARA no Tadafumi was nominated in 940 in order to search and kill TAIRA no Masakado, who rebelled in Kanto region.
  242. Later, Fujiko YAMAMOTO gained popularity on television with drama series such as the 'Yamamoto Fujiko Hour' and later appeared at the theater, but she has not appeared in motion pictures even though the agreement among the film companies has expired.
  243. Later, Fuju-fuse sect was labeled 'Jasumon (Heresy)' just like Christianity and persecuted throughout the Edo period.
  244. Later, Fukei was very successful as a general in the Yamato area, but Makuta's military exploits were not recorded.
  245. Later, Fuku became Kasuga no Tsubone.
  246. Later, Fumimaro KONOE, who was the family head during the Showa period and served as the Prime Minister in the turbulent era up to the outbreak of the Second World War, decided to establish the Yomei Bunko Foundation in 1938 to permanently store the family treasure of historical materials.
  247. Later, Gekkamonin passed away in 1269.
  248. Later, Genji choja (the top of the Minamoto clan) served as chief of Junna-in Palace as well as Shogaku-in college (Daigaku-besso, and academy for nobles).
  249. Later, Genju KEIAN became the chief priest of Kennin-ji Temple and Nanzen-ji Temple, constructed Toki-an in Satsuma in 1502, and lived there.
  250. Later, Genzo also became involved in science education, and he published "craftzine of physical and chemical science" in 1886, and also worked as a teacher at the Department of metal craft of the Kyoto Prefectural Normal School (today's Kyoto University of Education) for a year.
  251. Later, Gisho entered the priesthood at the Daikaku-ji Temple in 1414 and took part in a kanjo (a ceremony to be the successor) by Daisojo Shunson as an officiating monk in 1419, and was appointed to Toji choja in 1422 and 1427.
  252. Later, HAI returned home with envoys.
  253. Later, HIJIKATA departed for the domain of Shonai and a battery of former retainers of shogun, including Keisuke OTORI, went to Sendai to fight, but SAITO remained in Aizu and continued to fight against the new government army outside the castle with feudal retainers of the Aizu domain.
  254. Later, HONDA supported KUROSAWA's films from "Kagemusha" onwards.
  255. Later, Haishakukin was often lent after a fire disaster, flood disaster and the like.
  256. Later, Hakase was invented as an equivalent of musical notation.
  257. Later, Han came to refer to the lords and their territories, whose country was in a vassal relationship with the Chinese empire.
  258. Later, Harusue's biological son, Morosue became heir to the Saionji family after Kinzumi passed away at the age of 19 in 1836.
  259. Later, Hercules's arrow was passed to Philoctetes and it played an important role until the end of the Trojan War.
  260. Later, Hideharu was granted preservation of the family name and given status as hatamoto with 500 bales of rice.
  261. Later, Hideie UKITA, Tojumaru's younger maternal half-brother, was born, and Tojumaru's stepfather Naoie raised Tojumaru just like his biological son, together with his real biological son Hideie.
  262. Later, Hidetada, Yoshimune Tokugawa, Ienari Tokugawa and so on handed over their positions to their sons and retired, and retained the real power of politics as Ogosho.
  263. Later, Hideyoshi HASHIBA ordered Nagahide NIWA to rebuild the castle and Hideyoshi became the lord of it.
  264. Later, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI and the Edo Shogunate donated lands to the temple and became its patrons.
  265. Later, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI's adopted child, Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI, was appointed as the Emperor's chief adviser under the name of TOYOTOMI no Ason, thus marking the only exception to the tradition that no member of the family other than Gosekke would be appointed as the chief advisor to the Emperor.
  266. Later, Hikone Prefecture was finally incorporated into Shiga Prefecture, after being a part of Nagahama Prefecture and Inukami Prefecture.
  267. Later, Hina-asobi also became popular within the buke shakai (the society of samurai families) and then during the Edo period, commoners playing with dolls was associated with seasonal festivals to form an event of season which developed into the Hina Festival or 'Hina-matsuri.'
  268. Later, Hiranari's group also returned to Japan via Bokkai (Kingdom in Manchura and North Korea) successfully, thanks to Nakamaro who struggled to find a way out.
  269. Later, Hiraoka Minbu no jo (the third officer of tax and urban improvement department) lived.
  270. Later, Hirobumi ITO proposed the regulation of national bank, for which he had consulted the National Bank System (state law bank system) of the United States of America that adopts the system of issuing bank, and then it was enacted in 1872.
  271. Later, Hirofusa worked as Kyoto Court Director General (one of the Japanese municipal system), Kotaigogushoku (Imperial Household Agency employee assigned to the household of Queen Mother) of Imperial Household Ministry in the early Meiji Period before the new cabinet system was introduced, and so forth.
  272. Later, Hokke-do changed to mean a hall that is built in graveyards of the Imperial family and nobility.
  273. Later, Hokoku issued han bills called 'eisen' carrying the values of 5 monme, 10 monme and 100 monme.
  274. Later, I came to conclusion that they were the remaining families of those who died during the war' (Summary, Synopsis from the Two Hundred Twenty Seventh National Theater Performance).
  275. Later, IZUMO no Koma seemed to join the troop of HATA no Yakuni advancing on the northern route along Lake Biwa, and they cooperated in the seizure of the Mionoki Castle on August 14.
  276. Later, Ichikishimahime was syncretized with the Buddhist goddess Saraswati (known in Japan as Benzaiten) and worshiped as Benzaiten through the Honji-suijaku theory, which holds that buddhist deities appear to the Japanese as Shinto deities.
  277. Later, Iemitsu TOKUGAWA, the third Shogun built a castle in Minakuchi, where he passed along the way to Kyoto, as his own Shukukan (inn) in 1634.
  278. Later, Ienobu KAMISAKA, the senior vassal of the Kyogoku clan, helped to drive Masatsune out the Omi Province and Takakiyo returned to Kohoku in 1499.
  279. Later, Iesada received a zo shoichii Daijo-daijin (posthumously conferred, Senior First Rank, grand minister of state).
  280. Later, Ieyasu recommended Fuku (Kasuga no Tsubone), Toshimitsu SAITO's child by his wife, and Mitsuhide AKECHI's cousin (child of Mitsuhide's sister), to be Iemitsu TOKUGAWA's nurse (actually, Katsushige ITAKURA, the Kyoto Shoshidai, recommended Fuku).
  281. Later, Ieyasu won the Battle of Sekigahara, which occurred after Hideyoshi's death, and opened the Edo bakufu.
  282. Later, Ijimuno kuni no miyatsuko ruled Izumi Gori in the same Province (Izumi City, Katsuura City).
  283. Later, Ikko-shu conflicted with Sakai kubo leading to attacks, Harumoto received the cooperation of an opposing religious sect, the Hokke sect, to provoke the Hokke-Ikki Riots, and also attacked Yamashina Hongan-ji Temple allied with the Rokkaku clan in Omi in the territory where the Ikko sect was most active.
  284. Later, Ikunosuke ARAI, Hamagiro HIDA, Keigo KINOSHITA (Izawa) were additionally appointed to the todori (chief) of gunkan.
  285. Later, Imperial Prince Kanenaga (also referred as Imperial Prince Kaneyoshi), the son of Emperor Godaigo, was nominated in the Northern and Southern Courts period (Japan) in order to supervise the forces of the Southern court (Japan) in Kyushu.
  286. Later, Imperial Prince Mitsuhito was posted to danjoin.
  287. Later, Imperial prince Shigeaki and MINAMOTO no Takaaki (Daigo-Genji), whose maternal grandfather was a person of Saga-Genji, were appointed to Genji choja.
  288. Later, Ishikawamaro was appointed to Udaijin (Minister of the right) and arranged to marry off his daughters Ochi no Iratsume and Mei no Iratsume to Naka no Oe no Oji.
  289. Later, Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple was built on a highland near the port and became the base of Jodo Shinshu sect (the True Pure Land Sect of Buddhism).
  290. Later, Iwarehiko no mikoto became the first emperor, Emperor Jinmu.
  291. Later, Japan again chose the gold standard system through the Currency Act enacted in 1897.
  292. Later, Japan would confirm its territorial right to the islands among the powerful countries of the world--the basis of the approval lay in the "Sangoku Tsuran Zusetsu" (Illustrated General Survey of Three Countries), written by Shihei HAYASHI after Japan forced the residents of Hachijo-jima Island to immigrate to the Ogasawara Islands.
  293. Later, Juken senso (a system of fiercely competitive entrance examinations), Yutori education (more relaxed education policy) and integrated study, etc., were discussed, leading to socio-educational controversy.
  294. Later, Juko MURATA created a four-and-a-half mat tea ceremony room as a small grass-thatched hut in the city.
  295. Later, KOZONE family's fortunes faded and they sank into poverty during Kendo's grandfather's days.
  296. Later, KURODA also retired from director of the Hokkaido Development Agency and moved to a less important position of a Cabinet advisor.
  297. Later, Kagetoki was banned from the Kamakura bakufu by the Hojo clan.
  298. Later, Kageyoshi OBA brought Aritsune MATSUDA to see Yoritomo, and Aritsune was forgiven and given Matsuda-go, and he called himself Jiro MATSUDA, which was the foundation of the Matsuda clan.
  299. Later, Kamatari worked as the close advisor of Naka no Oe no Oji, who was promoting the Taika Reforms, and conflicted with conservative ABE no Uchimaro, Minister of the Left, and SOGA (KURAYAMADA) no Ishikawamaro, Minister of the Right.
  300. Later, Katakiuchi became prevalent along with the rise of the samurai hierarchy, and when the practice was legislated by the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), it took a complete form.
  301. Later, Kawaramono and homeless wanderer were referred as Hinin.
  302. Later, Keijuin entered politics as the guardian of young Yoshiteru.
  303. Later, Kendo and his pupils had a honor of performing this Chinese music in front of the Imperial family at an Imperial villa in Tokyo.
  304. Later, Kidendo became hereditary learning and instructors of Kidendo recommended their sons for Kyuryo gakusei in order to make heredity sure and as a result, it became difficult for the sons of families other than hereditary families to apply for the examination even though examinations were conducted.
  305. Later, Kisaburo UEDA (later Onizaburo DEGUCHI) started to assist the activities, which came to develop organizationally.
  306. Later, Kiyomori ordered Tomomori to go to Togoku (the eastern part of Japan, particularly Kanto region) to conduct a search-and-destroy mission, but Tomomori was forced to return to Kyoto due to illness.
  307. Later, Kiyoshi WATANABE, was told of the story of Parkes statement to Saigo; he was of a similar opinion to that of Nobutoshi HAGIWARA.
  308. Later, Kogetsu succeeded in deciphering this document (commonly called "Katakamuna documents") over five years.
  309. Later, Koichi MORI, the professor of Doshisha University (at that time) took up this story in his Osaka lecture on December 10, and TV Asahi also introduced thirty photographs of them in the News Station.
  310. Later, Korea concluded treaties with similar contents between other Western countries (the United States of America, England, Germany, the Russian Empire, and France).
  311. Later, Korehira successively held positions as Assistant Governor of Kozuke Province and Assistant Governor of Hitachi Province from 1012 to 1023.
  312. Later, Kumonjo changed its name to Mandokoro (Administrative Board), and took charge of political affairs and financial affairs for the future Kamakura bakufu.
  313. Later, Kunichika CHOSOKABE and Motochika CHOSOKABE who succeeded in recovering thanks to help by the Ichijo clan unified Tosa by exiling nanashugo and the Ichijo clan.
  314. Later, Kuninobu's son Takanobu TAKEDA was to rebel against the Yamana clan and temporarily seize Inaba Province (refer to the article of Inaba-Takeda clan in the page of the Takeda clan).
  315. Later, Kuratani Kubo was called the Kuratani clan as a general invited by the Asakura clan.
  316. Later, Kurodo dokoro (Board of Archivists) was established and took over the Chokushisho.
  317. Later, Kyoto Prefecture assembly veto the movement.
  318. Later, Line No. 32, from Keihan Yodo to Nishi-Imoarai and to Ichida, was launched.
  319. Later, MINAMOTO no Yoritomo raised an army and occupied Kazusa, which Hirotsune went along with.
  320. Later, MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, a son of MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo, raised an army and beat Heike (the family of TAIRA no Kiyomori of Ise-Heishi), and established the Kamakura bakufu ruled by the Gen family.
  321. Later, MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, who was a descendant of Kawachi Genji, established bakufu in Kamakura.
  322. Later, MORITA told this story to Takayuki IGARASHI, who left behind a record called "An incident of the assassination of Saichiro INOUE."
  323. Later, Maizuru-ko and Naka-maizuru Lines were constructed as feeder lines, but are both discontinued today.
  324. Later, Masako finally became one of Jogyo's believers, and asked him to pray to Buddha for the happiness of the dead in the Minamoto clan, providing him with aid and money.
  325. Later, Masakuni and Takayuki were despised as 'treacherous dogs' by both the Tokugawa shogunate and the new government.
  326. Later, Masanari went missing in Osaka no Eki (The Siege of Osaka).
  327. Later, Masatsune KYOGOKU, the lord of Tsunehisa, lost an internal conflict in Omi Province, and retreated to Izumo Province.
  328. Later, May 5 was determined as the day for Tango no sekku because May 5 has two of the number "5," which was considered as a good omen.
  329. Later, Michikaze, along with FUJIWARA no Sukemasa (also known as FUJIWARA no Sari) and FUJIWARA no Yukinari (also known as FUJIWARA no KOZAI) came to be called the 'sanseki' (The Three Famous Calligraphers of Japan).
  330. Later, Mito-Tokugawa family was promoted to duke, Matsudaira clan of Fukui Domain, Echizen Province and Date clan of Uwajima Domain, Iyo Province were promoted from count, and as a result fourteen families in total were admitted marquises.
  331. Later, Mitsunari offered Kanbe an addition to his chigyo, but Kanbe rejected it and served for Mitsunari for 200 (or 400) koku all his life.
  332. Later, Mitsuyoshi TOMITA (of Kasuga Taisha Shrine) and other miko, who stressed their importance in Shinto, pleaded to preserve the mikomai (dance performed by miko) while committing themselves to restoring their status and dance by elevating it to the realm of art.
  333. Later, Miyako (capital) came to be constructed under the influence of the Chinese dynasties, and the Emperors settled down in Dairi (Imperial Palaces), which were taken up as Kokyo.
  334. Later, Monju Bosatsu was not seen as a realistic figure as described in "Yuima-kyo Sutra" but gradually became deified through later sutras.
  335. Later, Morichika was bound to the fence outside of the gate of the Nijo-jo Castle as warning to others.
  336. Later, Morikuni faced Hokke-kyo Sutra (the Lotus Sutra) day and night without uttering a word, refused food and drink and starved himself to death on July 25, 1186.
  337. Later, Morimasa KANO (1653 - 1718) who was his biological son (born after Tanyu turned 50) succeeded him, but subsequently this lineage had no distinguished painter.
  338. Later, Moriya retired to villa Ato (Kawachi Province) after hearing from his retainers that somebody was trying to kill him.
  339. Later, Moroie, the younger brother of Ishi had Dogen as the adopted child to aim at restoring the Matsudono family, but eventually it was not realized.
  340. Later, Mototada made a great effort to copy and maintain lost books and Utai-bon (chant books).
  341. Later, Mt. Funaoka was selected as the place for Kenkun-jinja Shrine.
  342. Later, Munenobu was called 'Chuko no so, the Matsui clan of Totomi Province' with respect for his faithfulness since he contributed to the prime of the Imagawa clan as castellan of Futamata Castle and fiercely defended his lord while being killed in the Battle of Okehazama.
  343. Later, Muramune made 8-year old Harumasa AKAMATSU (Saimatsumaru's new name) to succeed the Akamatsu clan and became his guardian.
  344. Later, Nagachika prayed to Buddha for the happiness of Naganori in Unryu-ji Temple in Takayama City, Gifu Prefecture.
  345. Later, Nagoya-jo Castle was handed down to Nobuhide's legitimate son, Nobunaga ODA.
  346. Later, Naiju system was restored after being scaled down and Naijuzoshi (Naiju Office) was established, but it was again abolished.
  347. Later, Naiju was revived in the original form, then abolished with the duties replaced by Otoneri (Imperial Attendants), but finally after the Konin era, Naiju and Naijusho (内豎所) were revived as subordinate organizations of Kurododokoro (Board of Archivists).
  348. Later, Naishi no kami was ranked with Nyogo and Koui in the women's quarters in the Imperial Palace.
  349. Later, Nakahira wrote an essay about that friendship.
  350. Later, Nakamitsu was legendized as a leading warrior in Heian period and the narrative thereof has left (For further details, refer to "The legend of Bijomaru").
  351. Later, Nakatsuna's son MINAMOTO no Naritsuna governed OIKAWA manor in Tajima Province, Kinosaki County (near what is now Toyooka City) and identified himself as MINAMOTO no Naritsuna.
  352. Later, Naomasa severely oppressed Christians within his territory.
  353. Later, Naomasa was promoted to Taishin (great feudal lord) of the family when Ieyasu moved to Kanto, while Shigetsugu was given only 3000 koku crop yields.
  354. Later, Naoo served as Chief Inspector of Kochi Prefectural Police, Yamanashi Prefectural Police and Fukuoka Prefectural Police.
  355. Later, Naosada became the 9th and 11th (resumption) lord of Hikone Domain.
  356. Later, Naoyoshi became a retainer of Takatora TODO.
  357. Later, Negoro-ji Temple's size grew and was significantly militarized with priest soldiers, which Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI determined as disrupting the peace, and in the spring of 1585, a large army attacked Mt. Negoro, totally destroying Negoro-ji Temple and executing many of the priests.
  358. Later, Nobuhide ran to Mt. Koya with his father Nobumori due to Mitsuhide AKECHI 's slander.
  359. Later, Nobuhiro was sent back to the Oda clan in exchange for Oda's hostage Takechiyo MATSUDAIRA (Ieyasu TOKUGAWA).
  360. Later, Nobuko brought Naoharu back from the temple and he left for Tokyo in May when he was sixteen after making the necessary arrangement for the household and Naoharu to Nobuko.
  361. Later, Nobumasa ODA, Nobuyoshi's son, fought with Takanaga ODA, his younger brother, over this inheritance.
  362. Later, Nobunaga set an exchange rate between low-quality coins and high-quality coins to prevent the circulation of money from becoming stagnant.
  363. Later, Nobunaga slaughtered the inhabitants and destroyed the temple.
  364. Later, Nobushige was killed during his retreat.
  365. Later, Nobuyoshi was purged by Yoritomo, who feared Nobuyoshi's power, and many of his brothers and sons were sent to their deaths.
  366. Later, OE no Mochitoki and others joined, and the Kangakue continued for about 20 years.
  367. Later, Oguri returned to Kyoto, where he was praised by the emperor for his surprising return from death, and was granted the provinces of Hitachi, Suruga and Mino.
  368. Later, Ogurihangan met the Princess Terute by accident at an inn in Aobaka, Ogaki City, but Ogurihangan was guided to Otsu City by the Princess Terute without recognizing each other.
  369. Later, Okubo's bereaved family dedicated the carriage in which he was riding at the moment of disastrous incident to the Goryu Sonryu-in Temple for the repose of his soul, and it still exists.
  370. Later, Okubo's opinion from Kyoto was the same as Saigo, once he received the news.
  371. Later, Okuma lost his position due to the political turmoil in 1881.
  372. Later, Omononushi (a deity in Japanese mythology) was enshrined in Hie-jinja Shrines; Omononushi is called "Obie" ("Big Hie") and Oyamakuhi no kami "Kobie" ("Small Hie").
  373. Later, Onda-hime married Nobutaka IWAKI, the younger brother of Yoshinobu SATAKE (Ukyo-no-daibu: the director of the government office called Ukyoshiki).
  374. Later, Osaka Prefectural Naniwa Higher School Regular Course and the regular course at Toyama High School, which changed its status from public to national, were abolished one after another (Tokyo Higher School Regular Course temporarily restarted taking in applicants after the war).
  375. Later, Parkes dispatched the interpreter for the British delegation, Ernest SATOW, to Edo to ascertain the current situation, since Parkes did not have sufficient knowledge on the status of the 'expeditionary force to the east' and of the Tokugawa family.
  376. Later, Persia, revering Ahura Mazda, was built and occupied Chaldea.
  377. Later, Prince Mayowa murdered the Emperor Anko.
  378. Later, Prince Mochihito's son (Hokurokunomiya), who sought out Yoshinaka, was crowned and the Hokuriku area was brought under his control.
  379. Later, Prince Okinaga no Sukune became the father of the Empress Jingu,
  380. Later, Rengo became a consensus builder of Hokuriku monto (followers of the Jodo Shinshu sect in the Hokuriku region) along with the third oldest brother Renko.
  381. Later, Rennyo's grandson, Ennyo, collected and edited them into 5 books of 80 letters ("Gojo Ofumi (The Five Book Letters)") (The letters that were not included here are called "Jogai Ofumi (Out of the Book Letters)" and amounts to twice as many in number).
  382. Later, Rokuhara Tandai held the post of the Province Shugo, and therefore, the office (Shugosho) was moved to Rokuhara.
  383. Later, Ryoma met Director of Political Affairs of the Shogunate, Shungaku MATSUDAIRA, through Jutaro CHIBA.
  384. Later, SAITO married Tokio TAKAGI with the support of Katamori as Ue-Nakodo (a go-between after the engagement) and Kambe SAGAWA and Heijiemon KURASAWA as Shita-Nakodo (a go-between from the marriage meeting to the engagement).
  385. Later, SAITO, who was then 20 years old, was promoted to Fukucho-jokin (third-rank of Shinsen-gumi masterless warrior party) in the election of the cadre of the Shinsen-gumi masterless warrior party.
  386. Later, SOGA no Umako killed MONONOBE no Moriya, which eventually ruined the Mononobe clan.
  387. Later, Sadayoshi, the third son of Nagatoki, served Ieyasu Tokugawa and regained the former territory after the fall of the Takada clan.
  388. Later, Saionji made a statement about the current Ritsumeikan University as 'a school that inherits the spirit and the name of Ritsumeikan that I built,' and he was very happy that the Ritsumeikan he created was reconstructed and that its legacy could live on.
  389. Later, Sakurai, who was assigned to be the head of the Geography Bureau at the Ministry of Home Affairs, pursued the establishment of the weather observation network.
  390. Later, Sanjo Higashidono was build there, which became the bloodiest battlefield in the Hogen War.
  391. Later, Sanyo Railway Company extended its railroad from Mitajiri to Shimonoseki after 1898 and realized the connection with Kyushu Railway through Kanmon Ferry.
  392. Later, Satsuma warriors held important posts in the Navy, and based on this nature, experts to defeat at the first attempt who learned the latest gunnery weapons of the day in Germany or other countries succesively held the posts including Full Admiral.
  393. Later, Seijun made her pilgrimage to various districts again as a Kanjin bikuni (nun soliciting funds) for the Shikinensengu restoration of the Ise-jingu Shrine, which had been suspended for more than 100 years, and she first realized the transfer of Toyouke Dai-jingu Shrine for rebuilding in 1563.
  394. Later, Sesson became an artist-monk and continued to produce paintings until the 80's in the Kanto and Aizu Regions, many of which were full of spirit from Samurai origin.
  395. Later, She bears him a baby boy (Jiju no Kimi - a chamberlain), Oigimi (a consort of Emperor Reizei), Naka no kimi (Naishinokami of Kinjo no Mikado - Emperor).
  396. Later, Shigehira was taken into the care of Munemochi KANO; Yoritomo recognized him by his capability and showed great hospitality to him, and Yoritomo's wife, Masako HOJO offered her maid, Senju no mae to entertain Shigehira.
  397. Later, Shigemasa was laicized (exclaustrated) and named himself Shigemasa, thus begetting his daughter Tomiko HINO.
  398. Later, Shigemasa was pardoned and again granted fiefs of 15,000 koku in rice in Hitachi Province and Totomi Province.
  399. Later, Shigemasa's father Shigenari was killed by the Okodo clan, while Shigemasa OZAWA was killed by the Usami clan.
  400. Later, Shigenari took as his wife a younger sister of Masako HOJO, who was Yoritomo's lawful wife; he was approved to be the landowner of the vast Inage no sho situated in the Tama Hills, constructed Masugata Castle (present-day Ikuta Ryokuchi Park) in Masugata-yama Mountain and called himself by the name of INAGE.
  401. Later, Shigeoki YANAGAWA, Karo (chief retainer) of the Tsushima Domain, admitted to the bakufu the fact that the sovereign's message was forged.
  402. Later, Shigeru YOSHIDA's 'Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum,' Ichiro HATOYAMA's 'Hatoyama Hall' and Kakuei TANAKA's 'Tanaka Kakuei Human Relationship' also functioned as official secondary residences of the Prime Minister, but their antecedent can be found in Tekigaiso.
  403. Later, Shigetada's bereaved son, Chokei HATAKEYAMA, who became a priest, was executed in October 1213 on suspicion of planning a rebellion and the 3rd shogun MINAMOTO no Sanetomo said, "Innocent Shigetada died in vain."
  404. Later, Shigetomo was assigned to serve Ieyasu's youngest son, Yorifusa TOKUGAWA and transferred to Mito Domain, and in the generation of his son, Shigetsugu, the family adopted the son of its lord Yorifusa, as the heir, then named him 'Yoshishige,' and the Suzuki family continued as a chief retainer of the Mito Domain.
  405. Later, Shitsurai came to be set up in an aristocrats' residence of Shinden-zukuri as well.
  406. Later, Shojo studied under gon no sozu Hoben and received the Ryobu kanjo (consecration for the transmission of the Dharma), thereby being awarded the rank of ajari (a master in esoteric Buddhism; the highest of the hierarchy of priests).
  407. Later, Shorenji Dam (1970), Muro Dam (1973), Nunome Dam (1991), and Hinachi Dam (1998) were completed to make important water resources for the Kansai area.
  408. Later, Soh music added many jiuta, especially tegotomono, to its repertoire through ensemble and further developed.
  409. Later, Sojaban became a post for Fudai daimyo (a daimyo who had belonged to the Tokugawa group from the Battle of Sekigahara) as a gateway to success, being mostly the first post for them.
  410. Later, Soshii (a seal engraver in the mid-Edo period) praised Goshin as a master of seal engraving, equal to Shikin KATSU and Yoshisuke KISHI, Fuyo KO's pupils.
  411. Later, Suen, an Inyoka (a practitioner of the Yin and Yang school of philosophy) from Sei (State of Qi in ancient China), completed the Inyo Gogyo Shiso by combining Yin-yang ideology and Gogyo Setsu (the Five Elements Theory), making a connection between Gogyo, the five planets and various phenomena.
  412. Later, Suiheisha criticized this suppression of free speech, and even praised "Hakai" as having 'contributed to progressive enlightenment'.
  413. Later, Sumitomo Forestry was established as a company managing the mountain range, and this area has been handed down as the Sumitomo mountain until today.
  414. Later, TAIRA no Kiyomori came from the lineage of this clan and built the golden age.
  415. Later, Tadaaki became a trusted vassal to Emperor Godaigo, which positioned him as an adversary to his father, who was scheming for the early investiture of Crown Prince Kuniyoshi.
  416. Later, Tadaoki came to possess 399,000 koku of the Kokura Domain in Buzen Province by his distinguished service in the Battle of Sekigahara.
  417. Later, Tadatsugu was ranked first on the list of Tokugawa-shitenno (four generals serving Ieyasu TOGUGAWA) and Tokugawa-jurokushinsho (16 protective deities serving Ieyasu TOKUGAWA) and was publicly honored as a meritorious vassal of Ieyasu.
  418. Later, Takaakira was allowed to return to Kyoto after only a year following the Anna Incident.
  419. Later, Takaie returned to Kyoto, whereas his second son FUJIWARA no Tsunesuke became Shonii (Senior Second Rank), Dainagon (Major Counselor) and was called 'Minase Dainagon.'
  420. Later, Takasato NISHIOJI (the son of Fusamitsu HIROHASHI) restored the Nishioji family and, in 1708, reappointed high court noble--Since then, the family held the rank of high court noble until the end of the Tokugawa shogunate.
  421. Later, Takatoki's second son, Tokiyuki HOJO, was caught and executed during the wars that took place in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan), resulting in the extinction of the family line.
  422. Later, Takatoshi moved to Kyoto and lived there to professionally handle brokerage business, and had his eldest son, Takadai MITSUI, and others in charge of the shop in Edo.
  423. Later, Takauji ASHIKAGA broke away from the Kenmu Government which treated Samurai families lightly and aimed at establishing a Samurai government while receiving support from the Samurai families.
  424. Later, Takauji ASHIKAGA, who established the Muromachi bakufu, built Tenryu-ji Temple and wanted the temple to be added to the gozan temples.
  425. Later, Tamakazura moved into the west wing.
  426. Later, Tenjobito began to mean those who were permitted to wait on the emperor as trusted vessel; whichever the meaning, the privilege was untransferable and only effective until the emperor, the retired emperor or the crown prince changed.
  427. Later, Tenshoin announced her name as Atsuhime following the example of Kodaiin.
  428. Later, Togu Gosho (Crown Prince's Palace) was constructed on the vacant lot in 1960 and Crown Prince Akihito moved in.
  429. Later, Tokiwa married a court noble, Naganari ICHIJO, and when Ushiwakamaru was 7 years old, he was confined in Kurama-dera Temple (Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City), and was given Rushanao, as his infant name.
  430. Later, Tomonori was confined and the Kitabatake family was killed.
  431. Later, Tomotoki became Shugo or a provincial military governor of Ecchu Province and Echigo Province.
  432. Later, Tomoyasu went away from Kyoto to Kamakura and worked under MIMAMOTO no Yoriie, who was the second Seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians"), and became his close aide.
  433. Later, Toshiharu YUKAWA (Society for Research on the Medieval Court Nobles' Diaries) who worked at a telephone company tried to make a database of "Ryakumyo dodai" and in 1996 the revised version based on this database was published from the "Classified Documents, continued" completion committee.
  434. Later, Toshisada ODA, of the Kyosu Oda family (the Oda Yamato no Kami family) asked Genchu Osho priest to paint Josho's portrait called 織田勢州太守常松居士号秀峯肖像, but it is not extant.
  435. Later, Tsubouchi said, 'You should have served the second dish the first time.'
  436. Later, Tsunenori served as a senator, and ranked as Kazoku (nobility) and was bestowed the title of viscount.
  437. Later, Tsunetada became Kanpaku at the same time as the ascension of Emperor Gomurakami.
  438. Later, Ujizane IMAGAWA called back Tsuratatsu on the pretext of reconciliation and killed Tsuratatsu, which was the end of the direct descendant of the Suruga Inoo clan.
  439. Later, Utatora called himself Dairyu SAKURAGAWA as his master Hinazan allowed him to take the new name.
  440. Later, YOSA no Buson who admired Hyakusen studied Hyakusen's Soga, developed it, and established its painting style by naming it as "Haiga."
  441. Later, Yamada bugyo, one of the Ongoku bugyo, was established after this model.
  442. Later, Yamahai-jikomi (a method of yeast-mash making) was developed in 1909, Sokujo-kei (seed mash made by the quick fermentation method) for sake was developed in the next year (1910), and the first Zenkoku Shinshu Kanpyokai (National New Sake Appraising and Deliberating Fair) was held in 1911.
  443. Later, Yasutsura's own child Yasuani TSUCHIMIKADO was born.
  444. Later, Yasuyori joined the plot, known as the Shishigatani Incident, by FUJIWARA no Narichika, Saiko, Shunkan and others to overthrow the Taira family.
  445. Later, Yorinori NISHIKINOKOJI died from a disease in 1864, Nobuyoshi SAWA raised an army during the Ikuno Incident and then escaped to hide in Choshu, and the remaining five nobles were transferred to Dazaifu Tenmangu in Chikuzen Province after the first conquest of Choshu clan.
  446. Later, Yoritomo himself was designated for seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians"), followed by his sons, MINAMOTO no Yoriie and MINAMOTO no Sanetomo, establishing the system of making the post of seii taishogun hereditary.
  447. Later, Yoritomo newly established the Samurai-dokoro (station for Samurai) to manage the large numbers in the Bushi Group and named Yoshimori WADA as Betto (chief of the Samurai-dokoro) and Kagetoki KAJIWARA as Shoshi (deputy of the Samurai-dokoro).
  448. Later, Yoritomo's force attacked Hideyoshi SATAKE confined at the Kinsa-jo Castle and defeated Hideyoshi (the Battle of Kinsa-jo Castle).
  449. Later, Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA became the Shogun backed up by Nobunaga ODA, then he played second fiddle to Yoshiaki.
  450. Later, Yoshiari's male descendants produced MINAMOTO no Suezane who fought bravely in the Hogen War.
  451. Later, Yoshihisa SHIMAZU was given Satsuma, Yoshihiro SHIMAZU was given Osumi, Hisayasu SHIMIZU, who was a son of Yoshihiro SHIMAZU, was given a County in Hyuga, respectively.
  452. Later, Yoshikado succeeded to the Shiba clan, a part of the Ashikaga clan.
  453. Later, Yoshimune TOKUGAWA, the eighth shogun, abolished the 'Shotoku rei' (Shotoku code) enacted by Ienobu TOKUGAWA, the sixth shogun.
  454. Later, Yoshimune's donation of money for festivals to the Ise-jingu Shrine to fulfill the promise of the letter of donation was appreciated, and an imperial decree was issued in 1163 to approve Yoshimune's donation.
  455. Later, Yoshinaga NIKI as well as Sedatane CHIBA were temporarily appointed as Shugoshiki of Enshu but Norikuni was reappointed in 1352.
  456. Later, Yoshisada belonged to MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka and entered the capital.
  457. Later, Yoshisue TOKUGAWA was regarded by Ieyasu TOKUGAWA as a forefather of the Tokugawa Clan and the Matsudaira Clan.
  458. Later, Yoshisuke's another younger sister, Shigeko HINO, became Yoshinori's concubine.
  459. Later, Yoshitaka KURODA visited the Arioka-jo Castle alone, and it has been understood that he captured and confined in jail Yoshitaka Kuroda with consideration to Masamoto ODERA, with whom he had the alliance.
  460. Later, Yoshitoki imprisoned the two in Izu Province.
  461. Later, Yoshitsubu MIYOSHI and Hisahide MATSUNAGA surrendered to Nobunaga and became his vassals.
  462. Later, Yoshitsune defeated the Taira family in about two months by gaining over the support of local naval forces in the western territory, while Noriyori's army formed by the influential lower-ranking vassals (gokenin) in the Kanto region had not been able to defeat the Taira family after a half year.
  463. Later, Yugiri passed the exam to be a shinshi (a daigaku student who has passed a subject on the official appointment test), and was promoted to jiju (a chamberlain), the fifth rank.
  464. Later, Yukichi, as a son, even stated 'the status system of feudal society is my father's enemy' ("Fukuo jiden") and also confessed that he himself, looking at his father, had been doubtful about the feudal system.
  465. Later, Yukitsuna served Ieyasu TOKUGAWA after IMAGAWA clan had declined, but Hideyoshi rewarded him with 1,600 koku salary in Tanba and Kawachi provinces in 1583, then added 16,000 koku and Totomi-Kuno Castle near Zudaji Castle in 1590.
  466. Later, Zendo described it as Kuhonkaibon and suggested that all living things were essentially straying beings.
  467. Later, Zuizan aligned with monbatsukaro (a shogun's chief counselor who is of a renowned lineage) and took control of the administration of the domain.
  468. Later, a high priest of Tendai sect: Jikaku Daishi Ennin is believed to have revived the temple in the first half of the Heian period (848-851), so the temple regards him as its reviver.
  469. Later, a member called Higuma KATO was ordered to commit seppuku for having conspired with Kanryusai TAKEDA.
  470. Later, a miyasudokoro changed the meaning and referred to the nyokan who received an emperor's favor, and a consort of a Prince or Imperial Prince.
  471. Later, a mokkan (a long and narrow wood plate with a script written with a brush) written as 'Koreharu-gun' was excavated so 'kore' and 'I' were homophonic and the theory that korehari was koreharu's writing error became stronger.
  472. Later, a monk in Negori-ji Temple, Kazunaga TSUDA, and others brought guns back to the Kinai region (provinces surrounding Kyoto and Nara).
  473. Later, a monument of honor was set up at Terazu Hachiman-sha Shrine.
  474. Later, a person who plays Koto at Kagura (sacred music and dancing performed at shrine) came to be called 'Saniwa.'
  475. Later, a pistol which was thought to have belonged to Izo OKADA was found, and from July 1, 2006 to August 31, it was put on display during the event 'The end of the Edo period for Ryoma, Hanpeita, and Izo' at the Kochi Prefectural Sakamoto Ryoma Memorial Museum.
  476. Later, a silken nagajuban (a long undergarment) was made.
  477. Later, a small fire-preventive wall was placed between gabled roofs of adjacent houses so that the wall protruded between the first floor roof and the second floor roof, and this wall became to be called udatsu.
  478. Later, a well-known Battotai song was composed to praise the achievements of the drawn sword squad in the war.
  479. Later, according to Hideyoshi's order, Ieyasu's territories were changed from the five provinces of Suruga, Totomi, Mikawa, Kai, and Shinano to the seven provinces of former Hojo clan's territories, Musashi, Izu, Sagami, Kozuke, Shimotsuke, Kazusa, and Shimousa.
  480. Later, according to the contract, the technique transfer was proceeded and the original plates were delivered to Japan.
  481. Later, after Morgan paid a huge amount of money at the time, 40,000 yen, the couple married in Yokohama in 1904, and moved to America and then to Paris.
  482. Later, after Takamoto was returned to his job, the government post of Sadaishi Joshu was held by whichever descendant of Hirofusa (i.e. the Omiya family) or Takamoto (i.e. the Mibu family) became head of the Otsuki clan.
  483. Later, after completing the role as the lord of Zeze Domain in Omi Province, he became the first lord of the Kameyama Domain of Tanba Province.
  484. Later, after feud against Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, the sect of Mt. Negoro was subjugated and wiped out, and some priests who survived retreated to Nara and Kyoto.
  485. Later, after having served as a diplomat, secretary of a minister, director of a bank, and headmaster of Hyogo Prefectural Commercial School (present-day Hyogo Prefectural Kobe Higher Commercial School), he assumed the post of the mayor of Kobe City in 1901.
  486. Later, after he passed the age of 50, he had a son, Morimasa KANO, who took over the Kajibashi Family.
  487. Later, after her death, Wakahime was revered under the posthumous name of the deity Toshinori kami.
  488. Later, after his shrine was transferred to the Shimogoryo-jinja Shrine premises, the shrine was enshrined together in Sarutahiko-jinja Shrine and remains there today.
  489. Later, after interaction with the Korean Confucian Hang KANG, he spun Confucianism off as the Kyogaku-ha School by systematizing it.
  490. Later, after major repairs, an o-zeri was built and "Sanmon" was performed for the first time in the theatre as the kaomise (opening of the season) of 1991, at that time, Nizaemon KATAOKA (the thirteenth) played Goemon and Baiko ONOE (the seventh) played Hisayoshi.
  491. Later, after returning from the capital, Naotsune built the Miiritakamatsu-jo Castle in 1347 on Mt. Takamatsu, an important point looking down the town of Kabe, (it is also said that he chased away the NIKAIDO clan, the lord of the Miiritakamatsu-jo castle at the time) and lived there.
  492. Later, after the Sei, those that have become Dajokanpu (official documents issued by Dajokan) are returned to the Benkan, who then perform the shoin (a ceremony to seal documents issued by the government) which was necessary for the kanpu (official documents).
  493. Later, after the real assassin of Yoshitada was found to be MINAMOTO no Yoshimitsu, another younger brother of Yoshiie, Tameyoshi was commended and made Saemon no jo (Lieutenant at the Left Division of Outer Palace Guards).
  494. Later, after the service had finished without incident, Enryaku-ji temple's legal department issued a statement to reporters, saying that "we want to refuse services for gangs in the future."
  495. Later, after the star system of Nikkatsu was established and firmly fixed, he created many program pictures.
  496. Later, although the background is unclear, it seems that only the residence, Itsutsuji no yakata (house) was returned to Imperial Prince Moriyoshi, and the prince of Imperial Prince Moriyoshi Sokaku later donated the residence to Daikaku-ji Temple.
  497. Later, although there were several instances of Naidaijin being placed for special reasons, it is thought that Naidaijin as a permanent official started with FUJIWARA no Michitaka in the middle Heian period.
  498. Later, an organization of government officials (hito-sei) that managed Benotami and performed practical work of administration was formed under tomo no miyatsuko (Servant of the Court administering a group).
  499. Later, another one thousand koku was given.
  500. Later, apart from Hirado, itowappu nakama came to be placed in various cities in Kyushu including Hakata.
  501. Later, appointments to various posts of organizations of influential families including Sekkan-ke; line of regents and advisers, in no cho (the office of the abdicated monarch), Government, Shogunate were also referred to as bunin, and the appointments were made by bunin jo (appointment letter).
  502. Later, around 1848, he started to call himself simply Ryusai.
  503. Later, as Japanese nationalism and racism intensified during the Taisho and Showa periods, the word yamato-damashii began to connote a strong Japanese consciousness.
  504. Later, as Kanto-style dark soy sauce produced in Noda (present-day Noda City, Chiba Prefecture) and Choshi (present-day Choshi City, Chiba Prefecture) in Shimosa Province became widely available, kabayaki made with soy sauce began to appear.
  505. Later, as Naishi no kami was treated almost as an empress, Naishi no suke and the lower ranked court ladies dealt with the actual duties.
  506. Later, as Taisuke ITAGAKI and Kenkichi KATAOKA went home and Eto participated in Saga War, the party stopped its activities and died out.
  507. Later, as Yoshimura became older, he feared the Uragami clan who greatly increased the influence and also waited for the chance to become independent.
  508. Later, as Yoshinobu died young, Takanori KYOGOKU was accepted as an adopted child from the Kyogoku family and Ujiyori worked as a guardian.
  509. Later, as dietary life became diversified, such home business shops became obsolete and shops specializing in okonomiyaki mainly in downtown areas were in competition with shops serving other kinds of food.
  510. Later, as interior lighting, they fell into disuse as the incandescent light bulb was invented and the power distribution system became widely available.
  511. Later, as its territory was further reduced, the clan was provided with kotaiyoriai-omoteoreishu status, while retaining Kokushu (a daimyo owing a territory) status.
  512. Later, as kaidangku pants fell out of fashion and the use of chairs became popular, people ceased to sit in the seiza style.
  513. Later, as part of the flow of Mappo-shiso (the "end of the world" belief), it transitioned into Nenbutsu belief as Amida Jodo Shinko (Amida Buddha in the Pure Land worship) in which people wished to be saved and enter heaven by believing in Amitabha Nyorai
  514. Later, as peace was concluded, he stayed in the Osaka-jo Castle.
  515. Later, as the Asakura clan itself was appointed to Echizen shugo (military governor of Echizen Province), the Kuratani kubo Ashikaga clan became a guest commander of the Asakura clan, and the Asakura clan became the daimyo (territorial lord) of the province in name and in reality.
  516. Later, as the Empress (wife) of Emperor Jomei, she gave birth to Naka no Oe no Oji (Emperor Tenchi), Hashihito no Himemiko (Empress of Emperor Kotoku) and Prince Oama (Emperor Tenmu).
  517. Later, as the Nichiren school spread, she came to be enshrined as the goddess who protects the Lotus Sutra at Nichiren sect temples across Japan.
  518. Later, as the government's financial position worsened, a person was occasionally appointed as vice governor of provincial offices (suke) in an honorary capacity.
  519. Later, as the influence of the Yoritomo administration expanded westward, installations of Shugonin expanded from the eastern provinces to the western provinces.
  520. Later, as the position of the Monjo-hakase rose in status, and the Sugawara clan continued to succeed to the role, the Sugawara clan's dominance over the Monjoin and its students became even more stronger.
  521. Later, as the prescribed number of the provisional posts established for Benkan was decided one, it was called 'Seven Ben.'
  522. Later, as the regular trains operated more frequently, the number of special trains decreased; however, the special rapid train, which temporarily stops at Shiga Station, is called 'Kosei Leisure Go' in order to distinguish it from the regular special rapid train.
  523. Later, as well, Himiko was given bronze mirrors several times.
  524. Later, as well, Motsugai left some Go boards with the imprints of his fist.
  525. Later, at the end of the Warring States Period (in China), it was incorporated with Gogyo shiso (Five Elements Theory), and it spread across the East Asian cultural sphere as Inyo [Onmyo] gogyo shiso (Yin-Yang Wu-Hsing Idea).
  526. Later, at the time of Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA's shogunate, however, it rather incurred the displeasure and degraded from the daimyo of 10,000 koku crop yields.
  527. Later, at the time of Unekita-ikki, the incident at Taihei-ji Temple was raised as an issue; this led Hideyoshi to issue an order to track down and kill Toshihisa which made him commit suicide by disembowelment (seppuku) at Ryugamizu.
  528. Later, because of the Conquest of Shikoku by Hideyoshi, the Chosokabe clan was confined to one country, Tosa.
  529. Later, beginning in 730, two San tokugosho (Distinguished Scholars of Numbers) were selected from among the Sansho as special fellowship students to be candidates for San hakase.
  530. Later, both Korehira and Muneyori were brought to the Imperial Court for a hearing, and Korehira submitted Kajo (a letter of appology) and was transferred to Awaji Province.
  531. Later, butsudan of Zen sect style was created in order to discriminate it from that of Jodo Shinshu Sect.
  532. Later, by an Imperial order, 'the Kusanagi sword' was enshrined at the present Atsuta-jingu Shrine in 686.
  533. Later, changing in meaning, it became a document reporting that a subordinate had received a command from his superior.
  534. Later, cho as a whole became to be called chodai.
  535. Later, culture based on Confucianism and samurai class was created in Edo, and such cultural structure that has two centers in Edo and Kyoto spread to local cities including Kanazawa City.
  536. Later, descendants of the Sueyoshi clan were divided into two, namely the Higashi Sueyoshi clan (the Suyoshi Kanbe family) and the Nishi Sueyoshi clan (the Sueyoshi Magozaemon family), and even to this day, the two clans still reside in Hirano.
  537. Later, despite advancing on Iga, he lost battles because his soldiers' strength was sapped and they incurred injuries sustained in the constant battles with Oshu.
  538. Later, details in dealing with marine disasters were stipulated in a customary law named 'Kaiji Shohatto' (various laws on sea routes) by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, and they remained as common laws in the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  539. Later, due to the sea level rise in the above mentioned, the waterway between Tsushima Island and the Korean peninsula widened and became the Korea Strait; as a result, Tsushima Danryu (warm current) came to flow into the Sea of Japan.
  540. Later, during the Boshin Civil War, Isami KONDO, finding himself in an inferior position, turned himsel in the new government troops under the alias of Yamato OKUBO at Koshigaya; however, his identity was revealed by Michinosuke KANO who had joined the troops, and he was captured and beheaded.
  541. Later, during the Edo period it was enjoyed by common people as a target practicing game for gambling managed by matoya, and flourished during the latter part of the Edo period even as an undesirable aspect of entertainment and amusement.
  542. Later, during the Edo period, Kangiten was enshrined as a guardian deity and the temple came to be worshipped by merchants in particular.
  543. Later, during the Eisho era, he returned to Kyoto, where he served as a chief retainer for Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA and died in 1563.
  544. Later, during the Kanno Disturbance, there were troubles such as confrontations with the Ko clan, but during Norifusa's son, Noriaki UESUGI's time, the family became Shugo of Kozuke, Echigo and Izu Provinces.
  545. Later, during the Muromachi period, Norizane UESUGI re-established the Ashikaga School in the Kanto region.
  546. Later, during the Tensho period, he joined a troop to hunt down and kill Katsuhisa AMAGO and Yukimori YAMANAKA, and he also joined the Battle of the Kozuki-jo Castle in 1578.
  547. Later, during the period from 1668 to 1683, Nuinosuke GOTO, Gofuku-ya kimono shop, undertook mintage, establishing large zeniza in Kameido, Edo, and Kanei Tsuho which was minted in this period, called Bunsen, had homogeneous and excellent qualities.
  548. Later, eight personnel, at the most, were assigned, but since the reign of Emperor Gotoba, the number of regular personnel was fixed at six, and in many cases, Gon Dainagon was assigned without the official Dainagon.
  549. Later, even if the period and route were unknown, the Ouchi clan also obtained Gafu numbered four.
  550. Later, every Nanori-sendo boatmen gather again in the fisheries cooperative association and move on to the 'Shimenawa-kiri' event.
  551. Later, famous monuments, especially ones whose text or writer was famous, were used as copybooks of calligraphy for good examples.
  552. Later, feudal lords claimed to be the protectors of the people of the domain and stressed the benefit of the existence of such protectors (kokuon (benefit given by the lord of domain)).
  553. Later, following the advice of his father who was a Buddhist monk and had been in poor health, Yoken entered the Kinkaku-ji Temple and began his learning under the chief priest who was an acquaintance of his father during his own Buddhist training.
  554. Later, for his achievements, he was enshrined in Nishikubo-jinja Shrine, Oiwake-jinja Shrine, Merei-jinaja Shrine and Karafuto Gokoku-jinja Shrine in Karafuto, and Dariene which Major had occupied was named Nishikubo Village.
  555. Later, for more than one month, the front lines remained unchanged due to wins and losses on both forces; however, Satsu-gun was gradually overpowered by the Government army and stepped back.
  556. Later, four volumes of gleanings were found.
  557. Later, from the Muromachi period to the early Edo period, both investiture of the crown princess and princesses came to an end, as a result of which there was a long period in which only the emperor's birth mother became Nyoin.
  558. Later, glorious events such as Michinaga's promotion and her granddaughter FUJIWARA no Shoshi's judai (an Imperial Consort's bridal entry into court) followed, and Bokushi's Shichi-ju san no shuho(Rituals of exorcism or removing evil influences at 70 years old) was held on a large scale by Michinaga and Rinshi in 1001.
  559. Later, hakari-za established branches or sub-branches in various places.
  560. Later, han bills were issued by many domains, mainly territorial lords in Saigoku (the western part of Japan) where silver coins were commonly circulated.
  561. Later, having Suo NUKINA and Baiitsu YAMAMOTO as his masters, he was active in Kyoto area.
  562. Later, he acted as a guard for the meeting between Saigo and Tesshu YAMAOKA in Shizuoka.
  563. Later, he also accompanied Yoritomo who was going up to Kyoto in December 1190, however, in January 1191 (the next month) when Yoritomo was to return to Kanto District, he suddenly ran away on the very day of his departure, without telling his whereabouts even to his Kenin (retainers).
  564. Later, he also assumed the post of Sangi (Councilor) and held various posts in a row such as the head of Shushikan, 1st Grade jiko (tutor to Emperor), and a consultant in the Imperial household.
  565. Later, he also became a member of the Aogiri Haiku Group selection committee.
  566. Later, he also merged the company with Tokyo Boseki (a spinning company), Nippon Boseki (a spinning company) and Setsu Boseki (Setsu Spinning Ltd.), and in 1918, he changed the company name to Dainippon Spinners Co., Ltd. (current UNITICA LTD.).
  567. Later, he also served as Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state), Gon Dainagon (a provisional major councilor), Ukone no daisho (a major captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) and other positions, and then was appointed to Naidaijin and Sakone no daisho (a major captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards) in 1553.
  568. Later, he also took the position as the chief priest of Daitoku-ji Temple.
  569. Later, he and Kayano-hime, the god of the field, bore eight gods forming four pairs as follows.
  570. Later, he applied directly to Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI to become his vassal.
  571. Later, he ascended to the Court Rank of Junior Chief Councillor of State, which was the top rank the head of the Takakura family would attain.
  572. Later, he asked the Tang imperial court close to a hundred times (the first time was on August 7, 840) for permission to return to Japan but was denied and, during this time, his dear apprentice, Yuigyo, with whom he had spent the five years since entering China, passed away ("Koki,"July 25, 843 entry.
  573. Later, he assumed the duties of Omi Governor and in October 1475 he received orders from the bakufu (shogunate) to fight monk-solders (warrior priests) of Enryaku-ji Temple who had joined forces with Takayori ROKKAKU who were overwhelmingly defeated within the grounds of Kannon-ji Castle.
  574. Later, he assumed the position as guardian of the Imperial Prince Takahito (later, Emperor Gosanjo) born from the Imperial Princess Teishi.
  575. Later, he assumed the position of joban (position to assist jodai (chief in charge of his master's castle)) for Fushimi-jo Castle and Nijo-jo Castle and in 1613, he assumed the position of okachigashira (commander of foot soldiers of Edo or pre-Edo time).
  576. Later, he attained the military position with power over the provinces of the Kinai (the five capital provinces surrounding the ancient capitals of Nara and Kyoto) and died in 735 in Heijo-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in current Nara).
  577. Later, he attended in the Minister of Interior's Office.
  578. Later, he attracted the attention of the lord of Kokura-jo Castle, Tadaoki HOSOKAWA, and stayed in Kokura.
  579. Later, he became Baigetsudo the fourth and known as an eminent poet in the Kyoto poetry circle.
  580. Later, he became Chunagon (Vice-councilor of State), and in 1711, assumed the position of Dainagon (Chief Councilor of State).
  581. Later, he became Dainagon in 1692 after serving as Chunagon and Toka no sechie Geben (a kugyo who supervised many matters outside Jomei Gate at Toka no sechie, an Imperial Court ceremony).
  582. Later, he became Gon Dainagon (a provisional major councilor) in 1510 after experiencing Sakone no shosho (a minor captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards), Sakone no chujo (a middle captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards) and Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state).
  583. Later, he became Goryo-eji (guards of Imperial mausoleums) and a member of Rikuentai (an association of roshi organized by Shintaro NAKAOKA).
  584. Later, he became Hikosaburo BANDO the Eighth.
  585. Later, he became Kokuji Sanyo (national affaires council), and he spearheaded the Joi ha (group of expulsion of the foreigners) with Sanjo, but in 1863, he was attacked by an assassin at Sarugatsuji outside the Sakuhei-mon Gate in Kyoto on the way home from a Court Council late at night, and died at home at the age of 27.
  586. Later, he became Kunitaro KAWARASAKI (II).
  587. Later, he became Sakone no Shosho (Minor Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards) and Kurodo no To (Head Chamberlain), and he joined Kugyo as he became Sangi (Councilor) in 1631.
  588. Later, he became Sojuro SAWAMURA the Eighth, and he was the third child of Sojuro SAWAMURA the Seventh.
  589. Later, he became Sojuro SAWAMURA the Ninth, and he was the first son of Sojuro SAWAMURA the Eighth.
  590. Later, he became Sojuro SAWAMURA the Seventh and an adopted child of Tossho SAWAMURA the Second.
  591. Later, he became Toka no sechie (Circle-Dancing Banquet: the last of the First Month's three great banquets [sechie] which formerly took place from the fourteenth to the sixteenth of January in the Shishinden [the Throne Hall] of the Imperial Court under the moonlight) Geben (a Kugyo who supervised the Imperial Court Ceremony outside of Jomei Gate) and Gon Chunagon, and was promoted to Gon Dainagon in 1647.
  592. Later, he became Ukone no daisho (major captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) in 1580 after experiencing Chunagon (vice-councilor of state) and Dainagon (chief councilor of state).
  593. Later, he became Utaemon NAKAMURA the second.
  594. Later, he became Uzaemon ICHIMURA the 17th.
  595. Later, he became a Buddhist monk with the name Josho.
  596. Later, he became a Buddhist priest and called himself Renin, but he is generally known as KAMO no Chomei, the Chinese-derived pronunciation of his secular name.
  597. Later, he became a Shinsengumi corporal.
  598. Later, he became a Shugo of Shinano Province.
  599. Later, he became a busho of Bicchu Province (present Okayama Prefecture) as well as the first lord of Sarukake-jo Castle in the province.
  600. Later, he became a disciple of Kinsaburo SHIMOZONE, the only grand master of gunnery in bakufu.
  601. Later, he became a disciple of Nichiren, and he was given the name Kyoichimaru and honzon (principal image of Buddha).
  602. Later, he became a member of Shinsengumi.
  603. Later, he became a member of Shoho-tai.
  604. Later, he became a member of the Shinsengumi.
  605. Later, he became a priest at Mt. Koya, made a pilgrimage to Kumano Sanzan (three major shrines of Kumano-Hongu-Taisha, Kumano-Hayatama-Taisha, and Kumano-Nachi-Taisha) and in May, committed suicide by drowning himself in the sea around the Ki no Matsushima islands off Nachi.
  606. Later, he became a priest named Gengan NYUDO (入道台岩).
  607. Later, he became a priest.
  608. Later, he became a professor at Zoshikan School, a domain school.
  609. Later, he became a resident priest of Daigan-ji Temple, and built many Jodo sect temples in many places, including Reigan-in Temple in Nara and Yamada Reigan-ji Temple.
  610. Later, he became a samurai to serve Kazutoyo YAMAUCHI when Yamauchi was assigned to the Kakegawa Domain."
  611. Later, he became a teacher in Kyoto Imperial University, Tokyo Higher Normal School, Tokyo Bunri University, Tokyo University of Education, etc. and became the president of Nara Gakugei University in 1954.
  612. Later, he became a valet who served Hisatada KUJO, a chief adviser to the Emperor.
  613. Later, he became a vassal of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, and he was given the territory of 1060 koku in Yamagami, Kanzaki County, Omi Province (current Shiga Prefecture) and selected as Kihoroshu (selected bodyguards of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI) in 1591.
  614. Later, he became an adopted heir of the Shiji family (upper-class samurai, 250 koku), a feudal retainer of Choshu Domain, but reenrolled in the Inoue family again.
  615. Later, he became brigade commander of the first division, Imperial Army infantry.
  616. Later, he became combined with Gozu Tenno (a deity said to be the Indian god Gavagriva), who was a guardian god of Jetavana Vihara under Buddhism.
  617. Later, he became famous as one of the three famous calligraphers, and at the same time was know as an excellent official, and served actively as the closest adviser to the Emperor.
  618. Later, he became ill, but he regained health by learning Naikanho (a form of psychotherapy).
  619. Later, he became independent and opened a pottery kiln in Awataguchi.
  620. Later, he became president of The Dai Nihon Nokai (Japanese National Agricultural and Farmers Association).
  621. Later, he became priest of the Jomyo-ji Temple, Manju-ji Temple, Jochi-ji Temple, Kencho-ji Temple etc. in Kamakura.
  622. Later, he became the General Secretary of the ensuing Kenseikai Party.
  623. Later, he became the adopted son of 黒木万左衛門 Manzaemon KUROKI, and began using the family name Kuroki.
  624. Later, he became the chief priest of Jinko-in Temple and that of Shorin-in of Manpuku-ji Temple in the Kyoto City area.
  625. Later, he became the chief priest of Kennin-ji Temple in Kyoto, of Jufuku-ji Temple in Kyoto, and of Zenko-ji Temple in Kamakura.
  626. Later, he became the first lord of the Miyazu Domain, Tango Province.
  627. Later, he became the kato (regional head in flower arrangement) of the Kyushu region.
  628. Later, he became the lord of Hoshizaki-jo Castle in the Owari province.
  629. Later, he became the lord of the Sawayama Domain, Omi Province.
  630. Later, he became the president of the Meiji-jingu Shirine zouei kyoku (Meiji-jingu Shrine construction department) and Meiji-jingu Shirine hosan kai (Meiji-jingu Shrine support association).
  631. Later, he became the shoya of Suzakigoura and married Oaki, a daughter of the Hirota family, which was a shoya transferred from other village.
  632. Later, he became viscount.
  633. Later, he become a priest in 1226.
  634. Later, he become a priest.
  635. Later, he broke away from his legitimate son Mitsusada and submitted to the Northen Dynasty (Japan).
  636. Later, he built Shoko-ji Temple in Hasadani of the same province (present-day Komatsu City, Ishikawa Prefecture).
  637. Later, he built a hermitage at the foot of Mt. Hira in Omi Province.
  638. Later, he built up a large estate in front of the west gate of the mansion of Lord Todo at Izumibashi, and is said to have had over a total of 5,000 pupils.
  639. Later, he called himself Gatsurin.
  640. Later, he called himself Izumi OZEKI (尾関泉).
  641. Later, he called himself Soho.
  642. Later, he called himself as Saburo KAWAMURA.
  643. Later, he came to be known as the "father of the Japanese cavalry."
  644. Later, he came under the umbrella of Nobunaga ODA and was allotted to Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI's forces for attacking Chugoku.
  645. Later, he changed from the president of The Gakushuin School Corporation to a statesman.
  646. Later, he changed his family name to Ichiji, and held the position of Shusshi (supernumerary government official) at the Currency Bureau and Ryukyu-zaiban (resident officer in Ryukyu (present Okinawa), and he also took charge of compilation of the neo-historiography.
  647. Later, he changed his family name to KOHITSU by command of Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI, the chief adviser to the Emperor, to devote himself to appraisal of old writings.
  648. Later, he changed his imina to Masakata.
  649. Later, he changed his name to Imperial Prince Toshitada.
  650. Later, he changed his name to Kurodonosukemotoyasu MATSUDAIRA, using a character (yasu: 康) from the name of his grandfather, Kiyoyasu MATSUDAIRA 松平清康).
  651. Later, he changed his name to Naoe TAKEGAWA.
  652. Later, he changed the name to Tetsuzo.
  653. Later, he confronted with Hideyoshi in the Kiyosu conference and was defeated in the Battle of Shizugatake and committed suicide.
  654. Later, he continued being promoted, and was awarded Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in 1501, becoming a kugyo, after assuming a position as palace staff, a post at Konoefu (the headquarters of the inner palace guards), a post at Sanuki Province, and a post at Konoefu again.
  655. Later, he created a lot of melodies and numbers in cooperation with Kuzaemon OKUMURA (the first Kobun SHINCHUYA) who was one of his friends; In 1867, he showed his dance performance at Senjyu-ji temple in Toyosato Town, Inugami County, Shiga Prefecture.
  656. Later, he declined an invitation from Nanzenji Temple in Kyoto and lived in Kokokuji Temple in Kii Province.
  657. Later, he deepened his relationship with Emperor Gotoba and became the Western Bushi, kebiishi (a policeman and judicial chief).
  658. Later, he did not serve Ieyasu TOKUGAWA but, being a grand-uncle to Hideyori TOYOTOMI, chose to become his vassal.
  659. Later, he divorced his wife Sue and lived together without getting married with his lover, Tami YOSHIMURA.
  660. Later, he doubled as a director of the Shibi chudai (the office handling the Empress Komyo's affairs) which was built for the Empress Komyo.
  661. Later, he engaged in ascetic practices under the guidance of Esan.
  662. Later, he engaged in forging an alliance between Satsuma and Tosa, starting with successfully forming a secret pact between Taisuke INUI (also known as Taisuke ITAGAKI) of Tosa and Tatewaki KOMATSU and Kichinosuke SAIGO of Satsuma on June 23.
  663. Later, he entered Nishogakusha University, a private school of Chinese classics.
  664. Later, he entered The Asahi Shimbun Company, and wrote novels 'Gubijinso' (Red Poppy), 'Sanshiro' and others for the newspaper.
  665. Later, he entered an English school called Kyoritsu-Gakusha (that was different from Kyoritsu-gakko which was known for its curriculum preparing for entrance exams) which Shinpachi SEKI opened, but still dropped out.
  666. Later, he entered into a serious power struggle over the position of Sekkan (regents and advisers) with his cousin FUJIWARA no Morozane, but Morozane was appointed to the position of Sekkan.
  667. Later, he established his own field of study, parting from Sorai, and started to bitterly criticize Kenengakuha (a Confucian school sect of Sorai OGYU and his disciples).
  668. Later, he even forced not only his close advisors but also the more powerful daimyo to perform.
  669. Later, he expressed his intention to resign many times, but it was rejected and he held the position of Sadaijin and Daijo-daijin (Grand minister of state).
  670. Later, he focused entirely on his activities in edohantei (residence maintained by a daimyo in Edo) as roju and even president of political affairs.
  671. Later, he followed Yoshitsune in the Battles of Uji River, Ichinotani, Yashima, and Dannoura.
  672. Later, he fought against the kokujin ryoshu (local samurai lord) Imai clan and the Suwa clan in Shinano Province.
  673. Later, he fought battles at various places in Saigoku (western part of Japan).
  674. Later, he founded Ansei-ji Temple in Kyoto as betsugyo (villa).
  675. Later, he founded Myoho-ji Temple and Saisho-ji Temple on Mt. Hira.
  676. Later, he gained an appreciation for quantum mechanics from his love of math; and that lead to the completion of his Frontier Orbit Theory.
  677. Later, he gained power with his brother, Sadamichi TSUCHIMIKADO, as a grand-uncle of the Emperor Gosaga.
  678. Later, he had a name of Taishu no kami, but this referred to Taizhou in the present Zhejiang Province in China.
  679. Later, he had his coming of age celebrated and named himself Matazaemon Toshiie MAEDA (otherwise called Matashiro or Magoshiro).
  680. Later, he had his first military engagement in the Battle of Anegawa in October and November 1570.
  681. Later, he heard about the violent god in Mt. Ibuki in Omi Province, and went off to exterminate the god unarmed, leaving behind the Ame no Murakumo no Tsurugi.
  682. Later, he held a subordinate position of artillery,
  683. Later, he held important posts, such as chairman of Genroin (the Chamber of Elders) and Sangi (a councilor).
  684. Later, he held positions in Kyoshiki (Kyoto Police Office), Kokuso-in (Grain Warehouse), Harima Province and so on, and his courtly rank was elevated to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  685. Later, he held various governmental posts such as the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Home Affairs.
  686. Later, he held various naval posts such as the principal of the Navy Academy, the Commander-in-chief of the Tokai Chinjuzu (Defense Headquarters), the commander of the middle-level fleets, and the director of the Military Affairs Bureau.
  687. Later, he helped Ukifune become a Buddhist nun in response to her request.
  688. Later, he helped his mother run the 'Senbonza' (later, Senbon Nikkatsu), a small theater she had acquired in the western suburbs of Kyoto and, from time to time, performed gidayu and acting.
  689. Later, he introduced himself as Kamijo.
  690. Later, he joined Hideyoshi's invasion of the Chugoku region and fought in the battle over Mikijo Castle at Harima (the Battle of Mikijo Castle) and the siege of Tottori-jo Castle in Inaba Province.
  691. Later, he joined Shinsengumi (a group who guarded Kyoto during the end of Tokugawa Shogunate).
  692. Later, he joined in Sekihotai or Sekiho Amy (a group of Japanese political extremists).
  693. Later, he joined the force led by Takauji ASHIKAGA and received the order from Takasada SHIJO, an envoy of Imperial Prince Moriyoshi.
  694. Later, he joined the meeting for the secret Imperial command of attacking the shogunate and was assigned to gijo (official post) at the time of the Restoration of Imperial Rule in December 1867.
  695. Later, he lawfully married a daughter of MINAMOTO no Morofusa, younger brother of Takahime, which, as a result, established a blood relationship between lawful wife Takahime and legitimate son Michifusa.
  696. Later, he left the Matsumae Domain and set out on a journey for training in swordsmanship.
  697. Later, he left the priesthood in Kitano (Kyoto City), and spent a reclusive life under the a pseudonym Ishinan.
  698. Later, he lived both in Kencho and Engaku, and had an impact on the Rinzai sect in Japan.
  699. Later, he lived in Simotsuke Province.
  700. Later, he made an effort for Shingen to attain the Soi (rank of Buddhist priest) of Gon no Sojo (the provisional lower priest in the highest position).
  701. Later, he made classics such as "Banshun" (Late Spring), "Bakushu" (Early Summer), "Tokyo Monogatari" (Tokyo Story) and became a heavy hitter in the Japanese movie scene.
  702. Later, he married a daughter of Tsuneoki IKEDA.
  703. Later, he married the daughter of Motofusa MATSUDONO and had a son, Yoriuji ICHIJO.
  704. Later, he married two wives and had three sons and two daughters ("Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters).
  705. Later, he met Hijikata again in Sendai.
  706. Later, he moved to Kyoto Shokoku-ji Temple and spent his last years there.
  707. Later, he moved to Kyoto to learn things and became a disciple of a goteni (doctor who is hired by bakufu [Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun] or daimyo [feudal lord]) Mitsumichi IRAKO.
  708. Later, he moved to Otaru City in Hokkaido.
  709. Later, he moved to Ryoin-in Temple in Yamato.
  710. Later, he moved to Tokyo.
  711. Later, he moved to Yamada in Kaga Province (present-day Kaga City, Ishikawa Prefecture) and built Kokyo-ji Temple.
  712. Later, he moved to the US in order to have experience of the Western situation, since all the technology those days were imitations of the Western technology.
  713. Later, he mover to Toa Kinema, Makino Productions and retired around 1930.
  714. Later, he officially transferred.
  715. Later, he organized the Kangaku-e (Society for the Advancement of Learning) along with YOSHISHIGE no Yasutane, TAIRA no Korenaka, FUJIWARA no Koreshige and others.
  716. Later, he passed Odawara-jo Castle on to his heir Saneyori and personally protected Iwahara-jo Castle.
  717. Later, he passed the secret knowledge on to its legitimate successors, Kinkuni SANJONISHI (the son of Saneki SANJONISHI) and his son Saneeda SANJONISHI.
  718. Later, he practiced Zen meditation under Kyoou Unryo in Dentoji Temple in Kaga Province, served as the chief priest at Taijoji Temple and Yokoji Temple successively, and founded Kozenji Temple in Ecchu Province to become the first head priest there.
  719. Later, he purchased Kameyama-jo Castle (Tanba Province) to use as a base, and along with Ayabe, of the religious organization, spread his teachings by buying the Taisho Nichinichi Shinbun to take part in speeches, but in 1921, he was arrested in the first Omoto jiken (incident).
  720. Later, he received one character from the name of Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA, the 13th Shogun, changing his name to Yoshitatsu, and then to Yoshihisa.
  721. Later, he received the ritual of consecration of the Esoteric Buddhism by Shingo, the founder of Kojima-ryu.
  722. Later, he relied on the Amago clan of Izumo.
  723. Later, he remarried and had a son.
  724. Later, he reportedly played a role in uniting the Imperial court and the Hosokawa domain based on the position of the father-in-low of Saionji Sadaijin (minister of the left).
  725. Later, he resigned as councillor on an unknown date.
  726. Later, he retuned to Kyoto again, but resigned his government post in 1528, never to serve the Imperial court again.
  727. Later, he returned to Fumon-ji Temple again after he retired from the position.
  728. Later, he returned to Kyoto again, was assigned to Dazai gon no Sochi (Provisional Governor-General of the Dazai-fu offices, and served as Naidaijin in 1554.
  729. Later, he returned to Kyoto under amnesty, and created the Shotoku Taishi Eden Hekiga (wall painting of Shotoku Taishi) at Shitenno-ji Temple at the request of Hidetada TOKUGAWA.
  730. Later, he returned to Tosa, and became an assistant professor of history at a domain school named Chido-kan (Confucian school).
  731. Later, he returned to help his legitimate child Muneyasu SENOO who was too fat to move by himself; however, he was killed near Itakura Station in Bicchu Province (present-day Soia City, Okayama Prefecture).
  732. Later, he returned to his old position by the order of Toyo YOSHIDA, and held various posts such as Kinju (attendant), Metsuke (inspector of foot soldiers), and an instructor overseeing a training of Joshi (superior warrior) musket unit.
  733. Later, he returned to power through his ties with the Hojo clan, and although he became Naidaijin (Minister of the Center) in 1236, he had already lost political influence and was only the guardian of Shomeimoin and Prince Kunihito, who had become forgotten within the court.
  734. Later, he returned to the Imperial Court and was assigned to administration.
  735. Later, he returned to the Saga Domain, got taken under a person's wing from Shinpei ETO and appointed as shosanji of the domain, and was active as a high-ranking official.
  736. Later, he returned to the home of his real parents, the Fukuzawa family.
  737. Later, he roamed around various areas, and in the end, he received protection from Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  738. Later, he rose to Senior Third Rank and was promoted to the post of Dainagon.
  739. Later, he rose to Shosanmi and Chujo (Middle Captain).
  740. Later, he sequestered himself in Shochiin in Tenryu-ji Temple in Saga.
  741. Later, he served FUJIWARA no Shoshi (Empress Dowager Taiken) and in 1125, he was awarded the rank of Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  742. Later, he served Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  743. Later, he served Ieyasu TOKUGAWA and played an active role in the Battle of Nagashino and the Battle of the Takatenjin-jo Castle together with Masakazu NARUSE (Sengoku Busho [Japanese military commander in the Sengoku Period])
  744. Later, he served Muneshige TACHIBANA.
  745. Later, he served Nobunaga as Umamawari (horse guards).
  746. Later, he served Yasuuji ASHIKAGA, a powerful gokenin (an immediate vassal of the bakufu).
  747. Later, he served as Kyoto shoshidai and joined the shogunate government.
  748. Later, he served as Minbukyo (Taxation Minister) and the Dazai Gon no Sochi (chief of the Dazaifu) and retired in 887 at the age of seventy.
  749. Later, he served as Sakonoe no daisho (Major Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards) at the court rank of Shosammi (Senior Third Rank) and was promoted to Dainagon (chief councilor) in 838, Udaijin (Minister of the Right) and Togu no fu (official in charge of education of the Crown Prince) in 840, and Sadaijin (Minister of the Left) in 842.
  750. Later, he served as a commander.
  751. Later, he served as a first center president of Nagasaki dockyard.
  752. Later, he served as a guard of the Fushimi-jo Castle in 1613, a guard of the Sunpu-jo Castle in 1618, and a guard of the Nijo-jo Castle in 1625.
  753. Later, he served as a privy councilor, a member of the House of Peers, and a chairman of the House of Peers, but his political passion faded away as Japan prepared a modern legal system, and he left the political world early and tried to find 'his second life' in education.
  754. Later, he served as a retainer of FUJIWARA no Tsunezane and Yoshikuni before moving to Ashikaga, Shimotsuke Province.
  755. Later, he served as a vice great secretary and a great secretary of the Chamber of Elders in Japan, a councilor of the Chamber of Elders since December,1887, and governor of Toyama Prefecture for two years since July, 1890.
  756. Later, he served as an assistant army commissioner.
  757. Later, he served as chief priest at Kotoku-ji Temple in Chikuzen Province in 1270 and at Sofuku-ji Temple in Hakata (currently Fukuoka City) in 1272.
  758. Later, he served in Tsukiji Betsuin (branch temple) of the Hongan-ji Temple.
  759. Later, he served the Emperor Tenmu.
  760. Later, he served the imperial court working in various positions such as Gyosei-Torishirabe-gakari (poetry teacher for the imperial family), Shoten (conductor of court ceremonies), ad hoc member for compiling poems by Emperor Meiji, Outadokoro-sanko (official of the Imperial Poetry Bureau) and Outakai-bugyo (superintendent of the Imperial Poetry Reading Party).
  761. Later, he sheltered and protected his grandchild Chikahiro who sided with Kyoto, in his house at Yoshikawa, as Chikahiro lost in Jokyu war and escaped to Sagae.
  762. Later, he signed a similar treaty with the United States, and likewise revised the treaties with Germany, Italy, and France and such.
  763. Later, he still fought battles having two hundred soldiers, including attendants, but was killed in battle (the Battle of Ishizu.)
  764. Later, he studied French at Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (also because the principal was Watanabe), going from the Military academy (Japan) to Army Toyama School.
  765. Later, he studied at Daijo-in Hall within Kofuku-ji Temple under Keikaku, who was related to Hongan-ji Temple through marriage (the mother is considered to be from the Otani family (Hongan-ji Temple), and Keikaku is presumed to be a cousin of the father, Zonnyo).
  766. Later, he studied at Tenshinro, a private school managed by Genpaku SUGITA, who exchanged letters with Seian TATEBE.
  767. Later, he studied at the Faculty of Agriculture, Kyoto University as audit student.
  768. Later, he studied under scholars such as Shoken HOTTA, Kinryo YOSHINO, and Goga DOI and refined his education.
  769. Later, he succeeded to the seventh head of the Katayama family and called himself Kuroemon KATAYAMA, the seventh.
  770. Later, he successively held various positions such as Shikibu shoyu (Junior Assistant of the Ministry of Ceremonial), Monjo hakase (professor of literature), Togu gakushi (Teacher of the Classics of the Crown Prince) and Daigaku no kami (Director of the Bureau of Education) in the reign of Emperor Goreizei and reached Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  771. Later, he successively served as Dazai no sochi (Governor-General of the Dazai-fu offices), and was promoted to Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) in 715.
  772. Later, he supported the formation of Teikokuzaiseikakushin kai (conference on reform of imperial financial affairs), which was organized by Ukichi TAGUCHI.
  773. Later, he surrendered to Yoritomo, and distinguished himself in battle by hunting down and killing MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka, fighting the Battle of Ichinotani, fighting against the Oshu-Fujiwara clan, hunting down and destroying the Hiki clan, and so on.
  774. Later, he talked about the reason for changing his name to Kon, a cartoonist because Ichikawa had been a fan of Kon SHIMIZU's.
  775. Later, he took a daughter of Shigetoki, his grandfather's brother as well as shukuro (a chief vassal of the Hojo clan), as his second lawful wife.
  776. Later, he took a daughter of Suehiro KAKIZAKI as his wife.
  777. Later, he took a position in the Guard Office after serving as a chamberlain.
  778. Later, he took care of Sanefumi KAWABATA, a younger brother of Sanetomi, for studying in England.
  779. Later, he took charge of security as the long-term shugo (provincial constable) of Soshu (Sagami Province in the Edo period).
  780. Later, he took over the job of Cornelis Johannes Van Doorn and Escher, and become a civil engineering advisor and technical director at the Department of the Interior.
  781. Later, he took part in setting up the squad of Goryo-eji with Kashitaro ITO and others.
  782. Later, he took the name of Ominari TORII.
  783. Later, he took the reins of the family and became the 13th lord of the domain.
  784. Later, he transferred to the Ministry of Railways, but consistently engaged in road, transportation, and river improvement administration.
  785. Later, he tried some remedies, including practicing Zen at Enkaku-ji Temple in Kamakura City, in vain.
  786. Later, he underwent tonsure and took a priestly name of Sogin.
  787. Later, he was able to stay as a guest at the House of Shibata, which his hero, Seiho TAKEUCHI, often visited, and he asked Seiho if he could carve Seiho's Kanin (Signature Stamp).
  788. Later, he was active as a member of Nagano Prefectural Assembly.
  789. Later, he was adopted as the heir of Tamekazu SAWA who was a Kugyo.
  790. Later, he was adopted by Atsuta Daiguji (the highest priest serving at Atsuta-jingu Shrine in Owari Province).
  791. Later, he was adopted by Hironaru HAYASHI, jigenin (a lower ranking member of the Japanese nobility in ancient times), of the same family.
  792. Later, he was adopted by a doctor of shogunate, Ryoho MATSUMOTO.
  793. Later, he was adopted into the Okuda family and became the owner of a pawnshop 'Maruya' in Kyoto as the fourth head of the family.
  794. Later, he was adopted to the Yoshida family which was his maternal relative and succeeded its family.
  795. Later, he was allowed to be an official member of the Mission as Rijikan zuiko kokoroe (assistant attendant to the commissioner of the Imperial Household Ministry).
  796. Later, he was also called Sakino yamashinano otodo (literally, 'former Yamashina minister').
  797. Later, he was also known as Shunsui.
  798. Later, he was appointed Dainagon (Chief Councilor of State) in 1754 after he served as Gon Chunagon (Provisional Vice-Councilor of State) and Toka no sechie Geben (Court Noble who conducted Toka no Sechie [a ceremony held at the Imperial Court in January] outside the Jomei Gate).
  799. Later, he was appointed as Chunagon (middle counsellor) and promoted to Shosanmi Dainagon and Kotaishi-fu.
  800. Later, he was appointed as Musashi no kuni no kami and Chinju-fu shogun as well.
  801. Later, he was appointed as Shohachii (Senior Eighth Rank)
  802. Later, he was appointed as a Mandokoro Chikeiji in charge of the issue of bakufu's public documents.
  803. Later, he was appointed as homu (director of temple affairs) and concurrently served as betto of Hase-dera Temple, Tachibana-dera Temple and Yakushi-ji Temple in Nara.
  804. Later, he was appointed to Dainagon (chief councilor of state) in 1446 after assuming a post in Omi Province and Chunagon.
  805. Later, he was appointed to Kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain) and an official of the Oversight Department (division of the daijokan responsible for controlling central and provincial governmental offices,) and Shoshii Sangi (Senior Fourth Rank, Councilor) in 1535.
  806. Later, he was appointed to be Tendai Zasu (the highest post of Tendai sect) in 1642, 1650, and 1655, three times in total.
  807. Later, he was appointed to the Kebishi and called Rokujo no Hangan.
  808. Later, he was assigned to base, and we can see that when the powerful figure of the Taira family passed away, he was promoted to the rank of shogun from the position just below it.
  809. Later, he was assigned to the rank of a scholar of ancient astrology.
  810. Later, he was awarded Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in 1349, becoming a kugyo, after assuming jiju (chamberlain), a post at Konoefu (the headquarters of the inner palace guards), Bingo no suke (an assistant governor of Bingo Province) and another post at Konoefu.
  811. Later, he was called 'patriot of noble character.'
  812. Later, he was called Eitaro, Atsutayu and Atsutaro.
  813. Later, he was called Satosuke.
  814. Later, he was caught and exiled to Shimousa Province.
  815. Later, he was cleared of all suspicion and returned safely to his home; however, he was apparently forced to cease extensions to Wakayama Castle (there is a place called Horidome based on this tradition in Wakayama City, Wakayama Prefecture).
  816. Later, he was conferred the title of Sozu (a title of high-ranking priest) and was called Ansho-ji Sozu.
  817. Later, he was considered as the founder of the Kemari of Asukai school and authored "Kemari Ryakki."
  818. Later, he was designated as Harima no gonnokami (the Provisional Governor of Harima Province), ukone no chujo (Middle Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards), sakone no chujo (Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards) and finally sangi (a state councillor) in 944.
  819. Later, he was encouraged by Emperor Reigen personally.
  820. Later, he was enshrined at Yasukuni-jinja Shrine.
  821. Later, he was examined by Tadashige OKUBO, a metsuke (inspector of foot soldiers).
  822. Later, he was exiled to Tajima Province for awhile, implicated with his older brother Emperor Juntoku due to the Jokyu War, but he later returned to the capital and lived at Rokujoden again.
  823. Later, he was forgiven and appointed to Sachuben (Middle Controller of the Left) in November 1857 and participated in Teishin hachiju-hachi kyo ressan jiken (Demo of eighty-eight retainers of Imperial Court) together with his adopted child Tsuneosa, and biological child, Tsunenori HONAMI.
  824. Later, he was given the title of Baron, lower by one rank from the lord of the domain, thanks to voluntary actions by former retainers of the domain to confer upon him an order.
  825. Later, he was gradually promoted from Jiju (Imperial Household Agency staff) to a government official of Konoefu (the Headquarters of the Inner Palace Guards) and in 1639, he joined Kugyo as he became Sangi (Councilor), but resigned in the same year.
  826. Later, he was gradually promoted from Jiju (Imperial Household Agency staff) to a government official of Konoefu.
  827. Later, he was granted the Toyotomi family name, which is the fifth family name, by Emperor Ogimachi.
  828. Later, he was hired by the lord of Kuwana Domain, Sadatsuna MATSUDAIRA (a son of Sadakatsu) and the family of Hanzo HATTORI persisted in Kuwana Domain.
  829. Later, he was invited by Ieyasu to a school in Fushimi-ku Ward, founded Enko-ji Temple and strived for the publication of the Fushimi edition.
  830. Later, he was ordered to commit seppuku (suicide by disembowelment), and he killed himself in Kuwana.
  831. Later, he was ousted by his brothers who feared Takatoshi's business talent, and Takatoshi ran finance business in Matsusaka.
  832. Later, he was pardoned at the time of the abdication of the throne of the emperor.
  833. Later, he was positioned to the Togu-shoshin (an official of the Crown Prince's Quarters).
  834. Later, he was promoted at a fast pace as a member of the Seiga family and served as jiju (chamberlain), Konoefu (the Headquarters of the Inner Palace Guards) and other positions in his early years until he became Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank), Chunagon (vice-councilor of state) by 1580, but he died young the next year.
  835. Later, he was promoted at a little faster pace and became Dainagon in 1617 after experiencing Chunagon (vice-councilor of state), Toka no sechie Geben (a kugyo who supervised many matters outside Jomei Gate at Toka no sechie - Imperial Court Ceremonies) and other positions.
  836. Later, he was promoted successively and became Naidaijin in 1479 after experiencing Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state), Gon Dainagon (a provisional major councilor), Ukone no daisho (a major captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) and Sakone no daisho (a major captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  837. Later, he was promoted successively up to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in 1728 and was raised to Kugyo.
  838. Later, he was promoted to Chunagon (Vice-Councilor of State) and Dainagon (Chief Councilor of State) and was assigned to become Udaijin (Minister of the Right) in 783.
  839. Later, he was promoted to Shoin (reception room) Yakunin (government official) Dobo (the lord's attendants in charge of entertainment).
  840. Later, he was promoted to Shonii Gon Dainagon (Senior Second Rank, Provisional Chief Councilor of State).
  841. Later, he was promoted to Shosanmi.
  842. Later, he was promoted to Shoshii (Senior Fourth Rank).
  843. Later, he was promoted to the rank of Shoshii (Senior Fourth Rank).
  844. Later, he was quoted as saying: "I read it as I was going over the Mt. Asuwa in Fukui Domain of Echizen Province, and I was so absorbed in reading that I never took notice of the mountain views."
  845. Later, he was released from confinement and allowed a domain of ten thousand koku in 古帳, Asa-gun (Asa county,) Nagato Province.
  846. Later, he was relocated from Naibun domain of Imabari, Iyo Province to Nabari, Iga Province.
  847. Later, he was stationed in Komoro-jo Castle, and also brought the eastern and central areas of Shinano Province under its control.
  848. Later, he was took in by Nobutaka IWAKI of Kameda domain in Dewa Province with whom his older sister Onda-hime (Oden-hime) married.
  849. Later, he was transferred to Aomori and on July 17, 1869 he was moved to the Hirosaki Domain, and after returning to Aomori on August 28, he was obliged to behave himself for three months.
  850. Later, he was transferred to and incarcerated in Koin-ji Temple in Kofu Province (Shimosekisuiji-machi, Kofu City).
  851. Later, he was transferred to the chief priest of the Yao Betsuin Daishin-ji Temple (Yao City) and changed his homyo to Takutei (琢亭) and his imina to Eigan (瑛含).
  852. Later, he was transferred to the position of Kokushi (Governor) of Bungo Province, and assumed the additional post of Saemon no Daijo (Senior Lieutenant of the Left Division of Outer Palace Guards).
  853. Later, he went to Chang'an, copied Amida Sutra (a hundred thousand volumes) by hand and gave it to people who were related to him, and he focused on edifying the common people using pictorial depictions of the solemn Pure Land.
  854. Later, he went to Edo (present-day Tokyo) to study poetry and literature under Nankaku HATTORI and calligraphy under Kotaku HOSOI.
  855. Later, he went to Edo (then capital of Japan) in 1779 and built a school called "Sanzensha" in Shiomachi Town, Nihonbashi to familiarize Sekishin Shingaku.
  856. Later, he went to Kyoto and became a Kenin (retainer) of MINAMOTO no Masayori to serve Emperor Goshirakawa as Inshi.
  857. Later, he went to Kyoto and was recognized as one of the heads of four sarugaku groups under Toyotomi's government.
  858. Later, he went to Kyoto to become a priest of Tofukuji-Temple with a guarantee by Haruhisa.
  859. Later, he went to Mt. Koya, studied under寛秀 and went through Kanjo; thereafter, established 華王院 and diligently studied Buddhism.
  860. Later, he went to Noviciado in Amakusa in order to continue studying to become a priest, and went to collegio (college established by the Jesuits) to continue with his studies.
  861. Later, he went to Noviciado in Amakusa in order to continue studying to become a priest, and went to collegio(college established by the Jesuits) and continued his studies.
  862. Later, he worked as the magistrate of temples and shrine twice, and as a member of shogun's council of elders.
  863. Later, he worked for Hyobusho (the Ministry of War), Nakatsukasasho (the Ministry of Central Affairs), then Shikibusho (the Ministry of Ceremonial) and, in 1204, he was promoted to the rank of Monjohakase (Doctor of Letters) which was successively assumed by the Sugawara clan.
  864. Later, he worked for Yoritomo and had served him since then.
  865. Later, heads of households and employed guards, in place of landlords, worked by rotation.
  866. Later, her father Toshimitsu SAITO followed his overlord Mitsuhide in the strike against Nobunaga ODA in the Honnoji Incident, but they were defeated by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI in the Battle of Yamazaki, and Toshimitsu retreated back to his castle; later he was caught at Katata in Omi province, near Sakamoto-jo Castle, and was executed.
  867. Later, himorogi is considered to have developed into a substantial structure and subsequently became shaden, a shrine pavillion.
  868. Later, his ability of kemari was appreciated by Emperor Goshirakawa who loved performing arts, he was added to the aides together with FUJIWARA no Moronaga and MINAMOTO no Sukekata when the emperor retired.
  869. Later, his adopted son Iori erected a stone monument "Shinmen Musashi Harunobu Niten Koji-Hi" in Mt. Tamuke in Kitakyushu City; it is called "Kokura Hibun" and regarded as one of the oldest records on Musashi.
  870. Later, his brother Naomaru NAGAI was given 10,000 koku of the Kujira domain of Yamato Province in order to restore the family.
  871. Later, his confidence based on such efforts in addition to the skill of dance itself led to be reflected in the style in which he exceeded the standard of choreograph and performed total stage effects.
  872. Later, his court position was taken away when his father was exiled by TAIRA no Kiyomori in 1179.
  873. Later, his daughter (Higashimuki-dono) became Yoshioki's lawful wife and gave birth to Yoshioki's child, Yoshitaka OUCHI.
  874. Later, his daughter married Ujinori NISHIO, who was a Sotomago (grandchild from a daughter married into another family) of Mitsunori NISHIO, who owned Ibi of 30,000 koku.
  875. Later, his domain was expanded to 100,000 koku for rescuing Kiyomasa who suffered from food shortage during the Ming navy's seige of the Japanese castle at Ulsan.
  876. Later, his domain was transferred from Kishiwada to Izushi, and his younger brother Yoshichika was moved to Sonobe in Tanba Province and founded the Sonobe Domain.
  877. Later, his films such as 'Anata kaimasu' (I'll Buy You), which revealed the inside stories of professional baseball, and 'Kuroi kawa' (Black River) in 1957, which described the degeneration of a city with a base, were valued.
  878. Later, his grandson was Prince Odo (Odo no Kimi); also known as Odo no Mikoto, in other words, the Emperor Keitai.
  879. Later, his mother was called to Kyoto by Kyoto Prefectural Police for questioning by a police, and as she heard how the case occurred, she suffered tremendous shock, which disquieted the detective, so he brought her younger brother to Kyoto to have him stay with her.
  880. Later, his salary was increased to 500 koku, and he studied in the Yanagisawa's residence and responded to requests of political advice.
  881. Later, his second son Mitsumasa and the third son Mitsutoshi changed sides to the West squad.
  882. Later, his son, Kunimatsu TOYOTOMI was killed, but his daughter Nahime was spared, partly because of mediation by Senhime, on condition that she should become a Buddhist nun.
  883. Later, his tomb was buried again and artifacts were placed in a local Ryusen-ji Temple.
  884. Later, his tomb was moved to Satozuka Cemetery.
  885. Later, however, Brahma and Vishnu were absorbed into Daikokuten (Maha kala) to create a figure with three faces, six arms, and an angry countenance that corresponded to the Trimurti of the Hindu religion (Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva).
  886. Later, however, Mitsuyuki also appears in "Azuma Kagami,"the historical record of kamakura bakufu, therefore, Mitsutoki Toki, the younger brother of Mitsuyuki could be the person who sided with the Imperial court as Toki hogandai (according to the theory by Kengo Taniguchi, a part-time lecturer of Hosei university).
  887. Later, however, Nobunaga changed the policy and specified an exchange ratio of low-quality coins to high-quality coins.
  888. Later, however, Russia failed to withdraw from Manchuria and KONOE and his group formed a new organization called 'Tairodoshikai (Comrades against Russia)'.
  889. Later, however, Tadakatsu's grandson Masakatsu FUKUSHIMA, the oldest son of his son Masanaga FUKUSHIMA, who lived in Kyoto, was called, and he served as koshogumi oban (guard of page corps), and the Fukushima clan continued to exist as a hatamoto with 2,000 koku since then.
  890. Later, however, Tsuneyori OINOMIKADO, the child of Takachika NAKAYAMA succeeded the family.
  891. Later, however, a rumor spread that that myoshu was devised by Shusai's disciple named Nobuaki MAEDA, but the whole truth still remains unknown.
  892. Later, however, as the clans who contributed to the Imperial Court were granted the kabane of Asomi, most clans in the Nara period had the kabane of Asomi.
  893. Later, however, he took Yugiri's daughter, Roku no Kimi, as Kita no kata (the woman living in the north of the house; wife), and then his interest shifted to the new woman, neglecting Naka no Kimi ('Yadorigi' (The Ivy)).
  894. Later, however, his promotion became stagnant for a while again and was finally appointed to Jingutenso (shrine messenger to Emperor) in 1629 at last.
  895. Later, however, his strong-willed attitude gradually changed to a sense of rivalry between his elder brother FUJIWARA no Yorimichi who had a different mother.
  896. Later, however, it is said that people became frightened of walking by the place because they could see a vision of a woman's body which was eaten away by dogs and crows.
  897. Later, however, the meaning of tekka denbo was combined with that of tekka hada to describe manly men who help the weak and crush the powerful.
  898. Later, however, this fire attack against the castle town came into question, and when the battle was over he was ordered to commit seppuku (suicide by disembowelment) by Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, for which he committed suicide with a sword in Shinkyo-ji Temple of Tottori.
  899. Later, images like a skit adapted to the meanings of the title or the lyric of the song were added.
  900. Later, images of gods were made, and the gods (Shinto) became personified.
  901. Later, in 1185, these Buddhist altar fittings were used by Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa in the Kaigen-e of the restored Buddha statue.
  902. Later, in 1311 he became a priest.
  903. Later, in 1331 he was invited by Mitsusada KANASASHI, the Shinto priest of the Suwa-jinja Shrine and the head of a powerful family, and went to Shinano Province.
  904. Later, in 1338, Kanesue entered the priesthood.
  905. Later, in 1412, Gokomatsu's son, Emperor Shoko ascended the throne and the conditions for Ryoto Tetsuritsu were broken.
  906. Later, in 1476, when Rennyo conflicted with Masachika TOGASHI, who held the position of Kaga no Shugo, he contacted his oldest brother Junnyo to extricate their father.
  907. Later, in 1557, he fought in another battle that conquered the Suo and Nagato Provinces and defeated the Ouchi clan.
  908. Later, in 1583, Hideyoshi, who had made his headquarters in Osaka, built Nijodai as a base in Kyoto.
  909. Later, in 1585, he became the chief vassal of Hideyoshi's nephew, Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI, and later became the lord of Takahama-jo Castle, Wakasa Province; before long, he became the lord of Omi Nagahama-jo Castle (Omi Province) and received 20,000 koku.
  910. Later, in 1597, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI organized the Gonin-gumi, or five-member groups, consisting of lower-ranking samurai, and the jyunin-gumi, or ten-household groups, consisting of common people.
  911. Later, in 1603, Ieyasu was appointed as seii taishogun and Genji choja, and established the bakufu.
  912. Later, in 1622, he succeeded to part of the territorial legacy of Takatomo KYOGOKU--a stipend of 10,000 koku of Kyotango City (Naka-gun)--thereby earning a total stipend of 13,000 koku, which was large enough to found a domain.
  913. Later, in 1656, a law on manners during journeys was issued for Nijo Banshu (guards), and in 1657 the law was revised to include Osaka Banshu as well.
  914. Later, in 1685, he commissioned Tsunehisa KAWAI and other retainers to compile "Shinpen Kamakurashi" (Newly Edited Guide to Kamakura) based on 'Kamakura Nikki.'
  915. Later, in 1700, the rate was revised as '1 ryo of gold was equal to 60 monme of silver, which was equal to 4 kanmon of copper,' and this rate was used for tribute and so on.
  916. Later, in 1731, when he was 69 years old, he moved to Iriya in the city of Edo, and died at the age of 81.
  917. Later, in 1732, Yoshizane, a grandson of Yoshinaka's younger brother, asked the Edo bakufu for the permission to have its former name back, from the Tojo family to the Kira family, and was permitted to do so.
  918. Later, in 1763, Goshin became the head priest of Shozui-ji Temple in Omi (Gokasho Hiyoshi-cho, Higashiomi City), but after ten years, he quit the job, returned to his hometown, and secluded himself in "Jokoan," a retreat he built whose name means "Pure Light."
  919. Later, in 1771, Washi Myoken Daibosatsu was transferred to Chokoku-ji Temple as kanjo (ceremonial transfer of a divided tutelary deity to a new location), and came to be unveiled on Tori no hi in November (in old lunar calendar).
  920. Later, in 1794, he published "Yakushae" (prints of Kabuki actors) by Sharaku.
  921. Later, in 1816, he changed the name to Ibukinoya.
  922. Later, in 1873, Mitsui-zaibatsu's secret trade with Korea to which the Japanese government gave its silent consent was discovered.
  923. Later, in 1890, some castle sites that had been determined to serve as sites for the Department of War became disused and were sold only to the former lords of the domains or local organizations at reasonable prices without public auctions.
  924. Later, in 1897, the establishment of Kyoto Imperial University led to the change of its name to Tokyo Imperial University.
  925. Later, in 1923, it was cross-fertilized with Omachi (Tankan wataribune) and became a mother variety of Yamada nishiki.
  926. Later, in 1927, the Nandai-mon Gate was overhauled.
  927. Later, in 1938, it was transferred into the site of a villa in Oiso-machi, Naka County, Kanagawa Prefecture by Takamine MITSUI, and in 1972, it was transferred again to the present site by Nagoya Railroad Co., Ltd.
  928. Later, in 1952, the business of Oeyama Smeltery was planned to be resumed; subsequently, it has continued its business to this day since ore far better than one from Oeyama Mine started to be imported from New Caledonia of the French possessions in the South Pacific Ocean.
  929. Later, in 1971, Nihon Kyuko Bus became totally funded by Meitetsu, whereupon its operation was entrusted to Nagoya Kanko Jidosha (the Nagoya sightseeing car company) in 1979, and the announcement of buses was discontinued.
  930. Later, in 213 the names of the provinces were to be renamed as in ancient Jiuzhou, and Yong Zhou and Liang Zhou were merged into Yong Zhou.
  931. Later, in 722, nyoi hakase (doctor of obstetrics) was established in order to train obstetricians.
  932. Later, in 796, FUJIWARA no Isendo, who was in charge of building an official temple, To-ji Temple, wished to build a temple to place a Kannon that he personally worshiped.
  933. Later, in 802, SAKANOUE no Tamuramaro built Isawa-jo Castle, and then Chinju-fu was moved to Isawa-jo Castle.
  934. Later, in April 1195, when Yoritomo visited Kyoto, Tokitada's residence was used as the guesthouse for priests of Wakamiya Shrine.
  935. Later, in April 997, Korechika and the others were pardoned and, despite opposition, Emperor Ichijo invited Teishi back to the court because he wished to see the newly born daughter, Imperial Princess Shushi.
  936. Later, in July 699, the Prince Osakabe conducted the selecting and compiling the Taiho Ritsuryo (Taiho Code), which was completed the following year.
  937. Later, in July of the same year, Ryoo visited Ingen while Ingen was staying at the Kofuku-ji Temple (present-day Nagasaki City, Nagasaki Prefecture), afterward Ingen allowed Ryoo to become his disciple.
  938. Later, in July, the second administration of the Katsura Cabinet approved the annexation of Korea and when Ito arrived in Harbin on October 26 during his visit to Manchuria for a talk with the Russian Empire, he was assassinated by Ahn Jung-geun who was an activist for the independence of the Korean Empire.
  939. Later, in Kinmon Incident at the end of the Edo period, Choshu clan captured the place to attack the Kyoto Imperial Palace, however, they were routed back eventually to have 17 Patriots including Izumi MAKI commit suicide there.
  940. Later, in Yanagidaru (collection of poems) Volume 46 (1808), there was a senryu (satirical haiku) that read, 'Of the eyes of Fudo, there are 2 colors missing to make goshiki (5 colors).'
  941. Later, in accordance with the 1950 Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties the former National Treasures were all re-designated as Important Cultural Properties.
  942. Later, in accordance with the progress of text critique, it came to be said that the reputation of 'the best text that remains an old form' was the illusion by 'the first published Tripitaka.'
  943. Later, in more recent years (in the middle of the Kofun Period), the width of the front square became comparable to the diameter of the rounded rear.
  944. Later, in order to realize a samurai Kampaku regime (samurai Kampaku system) from the Hashiba clan, Hideyoshi adopted his nephew Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI and made him Kampaku.
  945. Later, in samurai society, it came to mean a warrior who has a lot of territory or subordinates.
  946. Later, in the (second) rising of Motofuji HIKITA, they appeared on the back of the dead body of Myochin (actually a monster raccoon dog), who had been shot by Shinbe with his bead.
  947. Later, in the Angen era (1175 through 1177), when serious incidents such as the Shishigatani Affair and the great fire of Angen occurred in n succession, he reportedly insisted worshiping Sutoku and Yorinaga as gods to calm their divine wrath..
  948. Later, in the Edo period todoza was authorized by Edo bakufu and put under the control of jisha-bugyo (magistrate of temples and shrines).
  949. Later, in the Edo period, Hatamoto (direct retainers of a lord) INOUE and MATSUNAMI clans were said to be Dosan's descendants.
  950. Later, in the Edo period, it was generally called 'Asagao-hime' (Morning Glory Princess), compared to the Weaver longing to see the Cowherd.
  951. Later, in the Edo period, with the development of commerce and trade, and with the rise in importance of documents, the demand for practical education grew, which led to the spread of Terakoya initially in city areas such as Edo and Kyoto.
  952. Later, in the Horeki era (1751 - 1764), 13 subordinates were placed under each of these officers according to an order from Ieshige TOKUGAWA, establishing the system as an independent inspection and audit organization.
  953. Later, in the Insei (rule by a retired [cloistered] emperor) period, imperial princesses who became an empress or Nyoin (a close female relative of the Emperor or a woman of comparable standing who was given a title of respect, Ingo) appeared.
  954. Later, in the end of Edo period, Imperial Princess Kazunomiya Chikako married to a Seii Taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians"), Iemochi TOKUGAWA and this was the only case of koka to a samurai family.
  955. Later, in the end of the Kamakura Period, the Nenkiho on '20 years' was executed widely including the Court noble society.
  956. Later, in the era of Rikyu, bamboo Chashaku took hold.
  957. Later, in the generations of FUJIWARA no Michinaga and FUJIWARA no Yorimichi, the government of Fujiwara's Sekkan (regent to the Emperor) reached full bloom.
  958. Later, in the interview held ahead of an official visit to Europe in 2007, reminiscing about the coronation, he made remarks expressing his appreciation to those countries that paid deference to him considering the heavy role as the proxy.
  959. Later, in the process from the Toyotomi government until the formation of the Edo bakufu, old powers such as the Satake clan and Satomi clan, disappeared from Kanto by relocation or being deprived of their territory.
  960. Later, in the process of the Tokugawa family taking control of the national administration, the samurai class and other classes were separated precisely.
  961. Later, in the process of the hegemony of the Tokugawa clan becoming secured, those daimyos who were once allowed to use the denomination of TOYOTOMI no Ason and/or the Hashiba clan gradually abandoned this honsei (original name) 'TOYOTOMI no Ason,' and stopped using the myoji 'Hashiba' in public.
  962. Later, in the second chapter of 'Wakana' (Spring Shoots), her grandfather, Shikibukyonomiya secretly planned to marry her to Kashiwagi, but she finally became the second wife of Hotaru Hyobukyonomiya.
  963. Later, inkyo was institutionalized by Civil Codes No.4 and No.5 (No.9 laws in 1898) publicly announced and enforced in 1898, it was in effect by 1947 when Civil Codes were revised.
  964. Later, it also began to assume a function as Daigaku-besso (academic facility for nobles) of the Sugawara clan and the Oe clan, both of which inherited Monjo hakase (professor of literature) from generation to generation.
  965. Later, it also came to mean performing arts, art objects and architecture which were in tune with the spirit of Furyu.
  966. Later, it also referred to documents issued even between individuals, when from a person of humble status to a more well-placed person.
  967. Later, it became Tanabata Matsuri (Tanabata Festival).
  968. Later, it became a custom that Hamaya would be given in Hatsumode, the first prayer at a Shinto shrine and/or temple on New Year's Day, thus regarding Hamaya as a lucky charm by which to win good fortune throughout the year.
  969. Later, it became a first-run theater of Toei Company, Ltd.
  970. Later, it became clear that Sueto didn't promise to communicate secretly with the Ando clan.
  971. Later, it became clear that he was innocent but the political situation became uncertain and from about this time, movement for major political reforms became less.
  972. Later, it became customary to call the Tendai sect-related Esoteric Buddhism Taimitsu, and Esoteric Buddhism at To-ji Temple as Tomitsu.
  973. Later, it became dilapidated after its rocks were used for building Yodo-jo Castle.
  974. Later, it became easier for entertainers to work in places other than Sanno due to the development of public transportation, and many of them signed a contract with Yoshimoto Kogyo or Shochiku Geino.
  975. Later, it became famous for the play written by Yuzo YAMAMOTO.
  976. Later, it became general to call a square clothing storage box woven bamboo into ajiro (wickerwork).
  977. Later, it became inserted not only to end of a book or top of a page but also to opening page of a book.
  978. Later, it became known as another name of the seii taishogun, as Ukone no daisho (Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) MINAMOTO no Yoritomo was appointed to the seii taishogun.
  979. Later, it became popular among ordinary people and developed into a comical performance/short play centered on mimics after it combined with a previously-existing ancient art.
  980. Later, it became the term that referred to a boundary itself.
  981. Later, it became to be revered in Dokyo as well.
  982. Later, it became tradition to alternate the post of Emir between the descendants of Jabir and the descendants of Salim.
  983. Later, it came into use as the rank of an army commander to replace the word Sima (Grand Marshal?).
  984. Later, it came to be used in the tea ceremony, being placed in roji (a garden adjacent to a ceremonial teahouse), and developed the distinctive style called tsukubai (a stone washbasin).
  985. Later, it came to mean rules to follow in superior-inferior relationships between people.
  986. Later, it changed hands many times, and its value continued to rise.
  987. Later, it extended its business area to all of Kyoto City, and was renamed the Bank of Yamashiro in 1920.
  988. Later, it has become custom for Tayu (narrator) of Gidayu (a style of reciting dramatic narratives) to use TAKEMOTO or TOYOTAKE as their surname invariably when creating a stage name.
  989. Later, it included the right to decline the wielding of policing rights by the kebiishi (officials with judicial and police powers) and Kokuga, and the right to police by the shoen holder.
  990. Later, it is said that it was introduced to Greece, the Middle East, India, and China before coming down to Japan together with Buddhism.
  991. Later, it is said that warlords Nobuharu BABA and Terumasa IKEDA were among Nakamasa's descendants.
  992. Later, it is said that, according to the regulations based on Taiho-ryo (Taiho Code) set in 701, an organization similar to the Imperial Household Ministry (kunai-sho, miyanouchi-no-tsukasa) which became one of the Hassho (eight ministries and agencies) was established.
  993. Later, it moved to Omiya-Shimodachiuri.
  994. Later, it provoked the Kakitsu War and was also involved in the Onin War, in consequence, causing the arrival of the Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States) (Japan).
  995. Later, it recovered its clout under the protection of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA who had been transferred to Kanto.
  996. Later, it recovered the number of seats due to the new participation by supplementary councilors, but was dissolved on May 2, 1947 as the abolition of the House of Peers due to promulgation of the Constitution of Japan (Shoyukai was dissolved on May 27)
  997. Later, it replaced hyojo (consultation) held with hyojoshu (a member of Council of State) and hikitsukeshu (coadjustor of the High Court) and began to deal with matters to make official decisions.
  998. Later, it seems he inherited his grandmother's Imperial Palace, 'Yotsutsuji-dono' near Ichijo-dori Street and Madenokoji-dori Street and it was called Yotsujinomiya.
  999. Later, it split into the Sanmon School, which followed Ennin, and the Jimon School, which followed Enchin.
  1000. Later, it was acquired by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI and dedicated to Atago-jinja Shrine (Kyoto City).

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