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  1. Light-colored painting on paper of a Chinese zither and chess game
  2. Light-colored painting on paper of hermits by Okyo MARUYAMA; they are kept at a repository and are open to public viewing on 'Culture Day,' November 3.
  3. Light-colored painting on paper of portrait of Rinzai-Osho attributed to Dasoku
  4. Light-colored painting on paper of swirling waves by Okyo MARUYAMA, were drawn on 32 panels of fusuma in the three rooms; they were refurbished as hanging scrolls, and were deposited in the Tokyo National Museum in 1904; reprints of eight paintings on fusuma are on display in the present Hondo.
  5. Light-colored painting on silk of landscape attributed to Baen
  6. Light-colored rice miso is generally made from boiled soybeans, whereas deep-red rice miso is made from steamed soybeans.
  7. Light-colored soy sauce is frequently used.
  8. Lightening struck Daibutsuden in August, 1798.
  9. Lightening the taste: This is the second purpose for adding alcohol today.:
  10. Lighter sake has a value in plus and heavier sake a value in minus.
  11. Lighthouse
  12. Lighting
  13. Lighting facilities: Projector mounted at edge of the eaves of main stand, 5 illumination towers.
  14. Lighting inside a car was electrified by a battery placed in a luggage room.
  15. Lighting up (the temples and shrines below are lit up and have special admission during the event)
  16. Lighting: Motoi HATTORI
  17. Lightly beat a raw egg in a bowl, and season it with soy sauce.
  18. Lightly break up umeboshi to cause the flavor come out, and reduce over a low heat until it halves in volume.
  19. Lightly touch the tips of the thumbs together.
  20. Lightning hit and burned it down in 1802.
  21. Lightweight sumo wrestlers are generally thought to be at a disadvantage, but a lightweight wrestler can defeat a heavyweight superior sumo wrestler with a move that takes advantage of his weight, and such a match can be a highlight at a sumo tournament.
  22. Like "Sarugaku Dangi," this is an extremely important resource, as it contains the words of Zeami himself; but it should be used with caution because the opinion is divided regarding the definition of 'written by XX' and 'composed by XX' notation.
  23. Like '兎に角,' some of them have come into general use.
  24. Like Atsumi-no-so Manor, it also paid its nengu (land tax) in silk.
  25. Like Beian, a calligrapher named Ryoko MAKI (1777-1843) opened his doors in Edo, as did Kaioku NUKINA (1778-1863) in Kyoto, and together they are counted as the three major calligraphers of the Bakumatsu (last years of shogunate) era.
  26. Like Binbo-gami (Deity of poverty), Hoso Kami is often depicted as an elderly in rags with a torn uchiwa (round fan) in one hand.
  27. Like Chirashi-tori, the yomi-te reads the yomi-fuda and the players from the two groups take the matching tori-fuda.
  28. Like Doshisha University, Doshisha Women's College of Liberal Arts holds "Doshisha Eve" on the Imadegawa Campus every year for three days prior to November 29, which is the anniversary of the founding of the Doshisha English School.
  29. Like Doshisha Women's College of Liberal Arts, there are other educational institutions affiliated with the Doshisha.
  30. Like Easter under the Christianity, and Hari Raya Waisak held at the remains of Borobudur, there are festivals based on the world religion such as Christianity, Buddhism and so on.
  31. Like Edohigan, one of its ancestors, only flowers crowd together and cover the entire canopy of the tree at full bloom, but the flowers are bigger and more showy than those of Edohigan.
  32. Like Gokoku-jinja Shrines, Yasukuni-jinja Shrine is a shrine honoring the spirits of the war dead and originated from Shokonsha.
  33. Like Gunsho Ruiju, it is divided into 25 sections and covers 2103 categories.
  34. Like Hanamichi (passage through audience to stage) in Kabuki, Hashigakari is considered as an important place of performance.
  35. Like Hara, Kuniji YASHIRO also considered that as a first-class historical material concerning the history of a struggle for political power, it is hard to believe "Azuma Kagami."
  36. Like Horikawa-dori and Gojo-dori Street, its width is wide due to firefighting facilities which were installed to support forced evacuation during World War II.
  37. Like Hyakkan na (a name taken after his/her or family's official rank), Azuma Hyakkan was put after Miyoji (a family name) and before Imina (a personal name).
  38. Like Ieyasu and Hidetada, Iemitsu also liked Noh, but his hobby for Noh was a little distorted, shown by how he would first hold Noh events with elegance and then let feudal lords or retainers play on the stage.
  39. Like Japanese liquor kimoto-kei (a natural yeast method), this has become an especially important notion in traditional production methods which utilize the power of natural yeast as it is.
  40. Like Kanban musume of FUKUMUSUME SAKE BREWERY CO.,LTD., some products can heat sake without using fire.
  41. Like Kangiten (Nandikesvara, Ganesh in the Buddhist pantheon) (the figure of a man and a woman with elephant heads and human bodies embracing each other), erotic designs may have been hidden from public view as 'they may have caused the misunderstanding of the doctrine.'
  42. Like Kanjuro FUJIMA III, the head of a different family branch (year of birth unknown - 1892) took the name Kanbe FUJIMA IV (though nominally Kanbe FUJIMA V).
  43. Like Katsumoto KATAGIRI, she may have been the victim of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA's divide and conquer strategy.
  44. Like Kuji myogo, it is displayed at a Buddhist alter as a 'Wakigake' of Honzon.
  45. Like L. angustata, L. longissima is soft, therefore it is generally used to make kobu maki.
  46. Like MICHISHIMA no Shimatari, some Emishi/Ezo were able to have successful careers in the Imperial Court.
  47. Like Matsuzaka Tanabata Matsuri started in 2001, some cities call their local events, which are not the events of shopping avenue but a combination of stage show and fireworks near the riverside, "Tanabata Matsuri".
  48. Like Nagamasa YAMADA traveling to Thailand, there were some examples where Japanese people were given an important position in a foreign country.
  49. Like Nobunaga ODA, Nagayoshi was a well-educated person that focused on the economic power of Sakai City and often held the renga-kai (a gathering of linked verse) to pay particular attention to the relationship with the Imperial Court.
  50. Like Noin and Saigyo, who were known as wandering poets, he loved to travel.
  51. Like Odawara Castle, as a result of the repeated expansion of a castle that was originally a mountain castle and castle town at the foot of the mountain, both merged and developed into a large flatland castle surrounding its entire castle town by the sogamae (outer citadel).
  52. Like Onamuchi, Sukunabikona appears as a creator of many mountains and hills as well as a god of names.
  53. Like Sanjo-dori Street, the Tokaido and Takeda-kaido Road, the road was paved with Kuruma-ishi stones for the transportation of goods.
  54. Like Shuhei, Shin's former husband Shogo MITSUKURI was an adopted son-in-law, but he died young after only son Rinsho was born to the couple.
  55. Like Tadafusa's father Hikohito, the Imperial Prince used the family name of Minamoto until he was given the title of Imperial Prince, so he was also called MINAMOTO no Tadafusa.
  56. Like Tessen, a Sensu is a kind of 'Shikomi (Anki)' intended to be used for military purposes or as a weapon.
  57. Like Tsunekiyo, Nagahira was a son-in-law of Yoritoki but sided with Yoriyoshi.
  58. Like Udon noodles in Japan, the soup broth is seasoned with soy sauce.
  59. Like Urashima: a guide for Emperor Jinmu.
  60. Like Wakasa Province in the previous description, establishment of these small provinces seemed to have political and religious circumstances with geographical conditions where small islands were scattered.
  61. Like Wang Longxi, Wang Xinzhai also believed in 'gensei ryochi' but he stressed practical activities aimed at the good of the community instead of speculation.
  62. Like Yakushi Sanzonzo enshrined in Kon-do Hall, this statue counts among the most important hard metal Buddha statues from the Nara period.
  63. Like Yodarekuri of "Terakoya" and Omura TOFUKAI of "Goten," dokekata (clown) characters sometimes appear in tragic dramas of maruhonmono (kabuki drama of joruri origin).
  64. Like Yuya (Noh), Matsukaze was used as a subject matter of many classical performing art works.
  65. Like Zaru Udon, chilled noodles are eaten by dipping them into curry sauce instead of soup broth.
  66. Like Zaru-Soba (soba topped with sliced nori seaweed served on a sieve-like bamboo tray), Udon noodles are washed to remove the sliminess after boiled, chilled in cold water and then served on a sieve-like bamboo tray.
  67. Like a Guncho, the Kucho was appointed by the government.
  68. Like a boatman who has lost his scull and drifts at the mouth of the Yura without knowing where he is heading, the future of my love is uncertain.
  69. Like a broken edge of thick Japanese paper
  70. Like a clam ripped from its shell, autumn is deepening now
  71. Like an astringent persimmon,' definitely expresses one of the key essence of haiku poetry.
  72. Like an otter, he spread his material around the pillow of his sickbed.
  73. Like chahan (Chinese-style fried rice), chicken rice is a staple of children's lunches served in restaurants.
  74. Like crypto-Christian, they also were searched severely and once arrested, they were punished or forced to submit written oaths of conversion.
  75. Like green tea, the following kinds of tea are called unfermented tea: freshly-picked tea leaves heat treated in order to minimize oxidizing fermentation, which is caused by enzymes contained in fresh tea leaves.
  76. Like gunryo (collective term for the dairyo and shoryo ranks of district manager), daiki and shoki (collectively called gunki) were also appointed from local leaders.
  77. Like gyokuro (refined green tea), tencha is made from tea leaves grown shielded from the sunlight before being harvested, which are then steamed and dried in tencha-ro (a special furnace for tencha).
  78. Like haiku in the same syllabic meter, it originated in haikai, in other words, haikai-renga.
  79. Like her adoptive mother Kajiko, Yuri was also talented in poetry, and left behind "Sayuriba" (Sayuri's Leaf) which was a collection of her poetry.
  80. Like her husband, probably because she had some sort of fight with Princess Senshi, was banished to the Iki Province in 1031.
  81. Like his ancestors, he was based in Ise Province and in 1075, together with Ryoshin, a monk of the Tendai sect, he invaded Tado Jingu Temple, a branch temple of To-ji Temple, in Kuwana District, claiming that the temple was a branch temple of the Tendai sect.
  82. Like his elder brother Yorimitsu, he served Sessho Kanpaku (regent and chief adviser to the Emperor) FUJIWARA no Michikane.
  83. Like his elder brothers, he was intimate with members of the Taira clan and he served TAIRA no Tokuko as Chugu Gon no daibu (provisional master of the consort's household) and later as Kenreimonin no Betto (chief officer serving Kenreimonin).
  84. Like his father Hidetada, Iemitsu favored Nagayoshi Shichidayu KITA, the leading Noh actor of the time.
  85. Like his father Tadayori adopted the name MURAOKA, and called himself MURAOKA no Jiro.
  86. Like his father Toshinari, Sadaie first learned Hosshoji-ryu calligraphic style, but he created his own idiosyncratic calligraphic style, which reflected his stubborn personality very well.
  87. Like his father, Imperial Prince Kuniie, he had a high sex drive and according to one typical story, fathered a child with a shrine maiden in his youth.
  88. Like his father, Kiyonaga, he was excellent in heroism as well as in his skill with the bow and enjoyed the name of 'unrivaled archer.'
  89. Like his father, Tadaoki was a cultured individual who expressed his refinement through Waka (classical Japanese poetry form), Noh plays and painting.
  90. Like his father, Yorimasa also used 'Baba' as his nickname; hence he was also known as BABA no Yorimasa.
  91. Like his father, Yoshitaka, he was a Christian.
  92. Like his father, he excelled in Japanese poetry, and compiled the peom book "Senko Gyoei".
  93. Like his father, he was deeply trusted by the retired Emperor Saga and Empress Dowager TACHIBANA no Kachiko.
  94. Like his father, his social status was the karoku (hereditary stipend) of 20 koku, but his scholarship was recognized by Harutomi TOKUGAWA, the lord of the domain at that time, and he assumed the position of a han-i and the manager of the Domain's herb farm situated beside the Kino-kawa River.
  95. Like his father, who was a Monjo hakase (professor of literature), he also learned literature and became as Monjo tokugosho (Distinguished Scholar of Letters) in 1038.
  96. Like his grandfather, Yoritsuna also established close ties with the Sekkanke Families (Fujiwara families who traditionally assumed Sessho and Kanpaku posts).
  97. Like his older brother Senro KAWAI, he learned seal engraving under Kaishin SHINODA.
  98. Like his paintings, the poems contained in it are not skillful but are filled with youthful passion and frankness.
  99. Like his two brothers, it is believed that his name was originally derived from the Chinese character for an ear of a grain, and the character for fire was assigned later in accordance to his birth story, or conversely, the birth story was created after people started to use the character for fire for his name.
  100. Like in "Kakitsubata" (The Iris, Noh play) or "Sakuragawa," this is often performed by women shite, but some are performed by men shite such as in "Yoroboshi" (The Beggar and His Savior) and this is performed after kuse in "Hana-gatami" (Flower Basket).
  101. Like in Japan, recuperation in a hot spring is also common in Europe.
  102. Like in Japanese sake, warming Shaoxing rice wine is rare during hot season, but often done during cold season.
  103. Like in Nagoya City, the ingredients and the dough are mixed and grilled.
  104. Like in Noh, in Kyogen, the performer playing a leading role is called "Shite."
  105. Like in Wakasa and Shima Provinces, the particularity was seen since it was approved as one province regardless of the limited farm land availabe.
  106. Like in other sects, there exist many gravestones with only the word of '... family' written on them.
  107. Like in the case of ferruginous springs, there are two kinds of cupriferous and ferruginous springs, namely hydrogen carbonate springs and sulfate springs.
  108. Like in the yard-pound system in the West, the dimensions of the human body parts, the mass of grain, and so on, had been used as units.
  109. Like kangofusei (tally system) in the Japan-Ming trade, Gafusei was a system where a tally was split into two halves and used for certifying an envoy where the communication tally called gafu (seal tally) or zogefu (ivory tally) was used in place of the kangofu.
  110. Like koryu karate, Okinawa karate is characterized by practice of traditional kata, emphasis on traditional exercise methods, and the complementary use of buki-jutsu (art of weapons) and toitee-jutsu (grappling).
  111. Like kunuhi, kanko were not only allotted state-distributed fields (called "kubunden" in Japanese) of equal value to those held by ryomin and granted time off, including leave for mourning and childbirth, but also supplied with food and clothing.
  112. Like many authors of the time, he used many figurative expressions, particularly humorous metaphors.
  113. Like many other noble ranking princesses, she was not married for her entire lifetime.
  114. Like many other streets, it intersects with Teramachi-dori Street, forming right angled corners.
  115. Like modern pawnshops, they required borrowers to leave goods as collateral.
  116. Like nenju (rosary), do not put it directly in your bag, but place it in a kesa bag, etc. when you carry it.
  117. Like obi for books, it is not unusual for them to be lost on the second-hand market.
  118. Like other Japanese traditional sweets, an is seasoned with a very small amount of salt or mochi is shaped with a little salt water, since the salt is very effective in increasing the sweetness.
  119. Like other Tendai monzeki temples, a bo (small temple) that began on Mt. Hiei during time of Saicho (767 - 822) is said to be the origin.
  120. Like other daimyo cha (tea practiced by feudal lords), the school declined after the Furuichi family left the lord in the Meiji period.
  121. Like other danjiri, it is often written in hiragana, and it is considered that the Chinese characters used are phonetic equivalent characters.
  122. Like other deities connected to emperors, Ugayafukiaezu is worshipped as a deity of agriculture.
  123. Like other food products, miso came to be equipped with multifunction and differentiation from others; in addition to the difference of ingredients, soup stock, calcium and so on are added to miso for sale.
  124. Like other local cities, the area around the station is not as bustling as it once was, as the flow of people has shifted to the suburbs.
  125. Like other ordinary limited express trains, it could be used without limited express fares.
  126. Like other performing arts, it is the best to enjoy live performance.
  127. Like other restaurants in those days, Akebonotei served as both restaurant and hotel and was also frequently used by royalists who aimed to overthrow the bakufu in their closed sessions, which was the context of the incident.
  128. Like other schools, the Yabunouchi-ryu experienced difficulty after the Meiji restoration, but it survived and continues to exist today.
  129. Like other stations on the Tozai Line, Keage Station has a double track, an island platform and security doors between the platform and tracks.
  130. Like other ukiyoe prints created in Meiji period, carminite and ramco which were based on imported inexpensive aniline were used in shinbun-nishiki-e and they exerted a colorful and loud effect and, therefore, shinbun-nishiki-e had different color tones from those of ukiyoe created before the end of Edo period.
  131. Like other utensils in Sencha, Bofura is a utensil of Chinese origin.
  132. Like peasant uprising caused by the land-tax reform, revolts by former samurai warriors, such as Shimpuren-no-ran War (turmoil of Shimpuren, a dissatisfied warrior group) and the Seinan War (1877), were led by former warriors who suffered from drastic reduction of their income caused by Chitsuroku-shobun.
  133. Like pork cutlet, the kushikatsu is generally served with sliced cabbages with the sauce poured on top of it.
  134. Like protagonist, Nohwaki is a character indispensable to Noh.
  135. Like rail cars, Goryosha are stored carefully and maintenance is performed before they are used.
  136. Like roto, 'ienoko' (followers) followed samurai and participated in battles.
  137. Like samon in the dry landscape garden, most of them are formed for artistic purposes.
  138. Like seen in "Muryogi-kyo," which is the Kaikyo (sutra read before the main sutra) right before Hokekyo, Shaka said that '四十余年未顕真実' (the truth can't be seen in 40 years or so).
  139. Like snow on pine leaves
  140. Like soft-boiled eggs, onsen eggs may be a source of food poisoning if the eggs are not fresh.
  141. Like the Akamatsu clan, the Nawa clan called themselves the descendants of Masakane of Murakami-Genji (Minamoto clan), but it is said that Nagatoshi was the largest shipping agent (adapted from "Zenso Nikki" (diary of the zen priest)), or that he was samurai called a scoundrel.
  142. Like the Amida (Amitabha) triad image at Zenko-ji Temple in Nagano, some Buddhist images have never been unveiled to the public; a statue called 'omaedachi,' a copy of the hibutsu (literally, 'standing in front'), is exhibited on the day of 'gokaicho.'
  143. Like the Ashikaga family positioned to accede to the shogunate, the Hosokawa clan was related to the linage of the Ashikaga clan and bore the role of kanrei alternately with the Shiba and the Hatakeyama clans in the same family linage of the Ashikaga family like the Hosokawa clan.
  144. Like the Bozu Mekuri, the players use only the yomi-fuda and don't read the poems.
  145. Like the Chirashi-tori, the players use yomi-fuda for reading and tori-fuda for taking, and the yomi-te is one.
  146. Like the Hebizuka-kofun Tumulus, it is ascribed to the late Kofun period though it seems to have been constructed during the mid sixth century.
  147. Like the Hondo main hall, statues of Senju Kannon, Bishamonten, Jizo Bosatsu, Nijuhachi-bushu (28 Attendants of Senju Kannon) and Fujin (Wind God) and Raijin (Thunder God) are enshrined there.
  148. Like the Imperial Family, it must share the common agnate blood line.
  149. Like the Kai clan of Echizen and the Asakura clan, the Oda clan was a shugodai (deputy military governor) of the Shiba-Buei clan of Sankanrei (three families in the post of kanrei, or shogunal deputy) and had the second rank after the Kai clan.
  150. Like the Keihan Main Line, this line also denominates the train going toward Osaka as the outbound train and the train toward Kyoto as the inbound train.
  151. Like the Kira clan, the Imagawa clan was a renshi (noble sibling) of the Ashikaga family (Ashikaga Shogunate house) and had the right of succession to the head family of Ashikaga, and therefore had a special position different from other branch lines of the Ashikaga family, such as the Shiba clan and Hatakeyama clan.
  152. Like the Kiso and Murakami clans, most kokujin were incorporated into the vassalry of the daimyo (Japanese territorial lord) during the Sengoku Period.
  153. Like the Kobe-Takamatsu/Marugame route and Osaka-Takamatsu/Marugame route, tickets, coupon tickets, reservation and ticketing offices, and timetables are shared between private railway affiliates (Keihan Bus and Shikoku Express Bus) and JR affiliates (West JR Bus Company and JR Shikoku Bus Company).
  154. Like the Kyoto Gozan Temples and Kamakura Gozan Temples, five temples were each specified both in Kyoto and in Kamakura.
  155. Like the Miyakoji Rapid Service, the rapid service passes through Narayama Station, at which the rapid train on the Yamatoji Line stops.
  156. Like the Rokkaku clan, which is the main family, the Yoshida clan is a clan of Omi-Genji (the Minamoto clan) (the Sasaki clan); it starts from Genshu, the younger brother of Sadatsuna SASAKI, who was following MINAMOTO no Yoritomo taking an active part.
  157. Like the Suiko dealing with property, calculation by using the compound-interest method was forbidden.
  158. Like the Trinity in Christianity, Tariki Hongan is one of the wordings in the Japanese language that is sometimes used differently from their original religious concepts or meanings.
  159. Like the Yumedono (Hall of Dreams) in Horyu-ji Temple, it is a Hakkaku-en-do with an octagon-shaped floor.
  160. Like the above, Toba became not only the center of economy and traffic, but also a political center in the period of Insei (rule by a retired emperor).
  161. Like the above, he is described in many ways despite the traditional story of disgrace.
  162. Like the above-mentioned 'gakuya ochi' in owarai, it is not funny unless one knows the affairs of artists or of the business.
  163. Like the buses of Nissan Diesel Motor, this bus also could handle wheelchairs.
  164. Like the case of Chapters 6 to 19, kubo, one of the types of fundamental knowledge of Onmyodo, is explained in this chapter.
  165. Like the ceremony to consecrate the Great Buddha conducted before, it rained so heavily on this day that the ceremony was shortened.
  166. Like the couple of Toshiie MAEDA and Hoshunin and the couple of Kazutoyo YAMANOUCHI and Kenshoin, the couple of Naoshige and Rengein was one of the most well-known couples in the Azuchi-Momoyama period.
  167. Like the court noble law, the Kenmu Code put forward 'thrift' and 'decorum,' and further put Goseibai-shikimoku in its main position of the source of law as 'main code,' thus reportedly bugyonin (a magistrate) always had Goseibai-shikimoku even in the actual lawsuit.
  168. Like the example of Sanpoku-machi above, some folklores contain distant places such as Tenjiku from which Tanokami comes and goes.
  169. Like the feudal system which forms the legal and organizational framework of feudal society as well as the shoen system, the shoen structure was also not a certain universal phenomenon in the society which was characteristically feudal.
  170. Like the five-storied pagoda it was reconstructed around 1426.
  171. Like the former government, the Oda government, the Toyotomi government was organized so that Hideyoshi, the monarch, held all of the power by himself.
  172. Like the living quarters construction unit (division that constructed camp at the battleground), there were squads organized as independent troops, and there existed various job types.
  173. Like the main branch of the Sakanoue clan, and the Hirano clan which was the head of the branch families, Hirano Shichimyo family referred to themselves as the 'clan in charge of popular affairs' for generations and supported medieval self-governing city Hirano, comparable to Sakai city.
  174. Like the metric system, the unit of area is represented by the square of the unit of length as follows: 'Hosun' (the square sun), 'hoshaku' (the square shaku) and 'hojo' (the square jo).
  175. Like the morning moon, Cold, unpitying was my love.And since we parted, I dislike nothing so much as the breaking light of day(Kokin, Koisan, 625)
  176. Like the name "han" (feudal clan), the name "bakufu" began to be used for the centralized government after the late Edo period.
  177. Like the oban, promotion was limited.
  178. Like the origin of botamochi, red azuki-an reminded people of hagi flower which had red-purple blossoms in the higan of fall, therefore, mochi with azuki-an made in fall began being called ohagi ('o' is a prefix).
  179. Like the pagoda, the foundation stone of the main hall is a stacked-tile podium measuring 22.5 m east to west and 17.2 m north to south.
  180. Like the platforms of other Tozai Line stations, these are both double-track islands with safety barriers.
  181. Like the principal image statue of Bhechadjaguru, they were also created during the early Heian period, but their style is somewhat more subtle and displays a different technique.
  182. Like the salt sea-weed, burning in the evening calm on Matsuho's shore, all my being is aflame,awaiting her who does not come.
  183. Like the sokutai (traditional ceremonial court dress) costume, a white outer hakama is worn over a women's nagabakama, which is a unique way of wearing it.
  184. Like the stage, a board is provided longitudinally.
  185. Like the statues of the eight deities, they were originally one of the groups of statues enshrined around the principal image of Saikon-do Hall, the Shakyanyorai statue.
  186. Like the string used by the Eastern people to tie their Nosaki (first crop paid as a tribute), you have captured my heart (Zenji) (Vol. 2-99)
  187. Like the wind, he runs down the hanamichi as fast as he can ahead of the inoshishi (this performance is technically very difficult) and exits the stage.
  188. Like the yashi (a street stall vendor at shrines and temples) sold medicine derived from Chinese medicine, many sarugaku performances also had their beginnings in Chinese culture but many, such as the sword dance or solo sumo, were derived from Japanese performances that had existed from ancient times.
  189. Like them, the Ishikawa clan of Mutsu Province including Takanobu ISHIKAWA belonged to another clan, the Nanbu clan of the Yoshimitsu line (Kai-Genji [the Minamoto clan of Kai Province) of Seiwa-Genji.
  190. Like these examples, inkyo has many merits from the view point of building up a successor.
  191. Like these examples, quitting the position as shogun and becoming Ogosho (a retired leading figure) is a sort of inkyo.
  192. Like these improvement of eating utensils can be seen in many fields, and there is the spork modified to 'shape easier to use.'
  193. Like this, Kaisho was located within the residence of a powerful ruler and was a unique space that had a deep connection with unrelated people.
  194. Like this, Yoritomo had thorough knowledge of both close bureaucracy and Togoku gokenin, and used the right person in the right place.
  195. Like this, great power and authority were given to shugos.
  196. Like this, in "A Record of Ancient Matter" and "Chronicles of Japan" the history and description of facts differ.
  197. Like this, the Kataoka family was closely associated with the descendants of Narishige, and it is said that the documents handed-down were also similar in that they were from the Yamashina school and Okura school.
  198. Like this, the conditions for application were strict.
  199. Like this, the shoen which had a multilayered ownership relationship by the donation was called the donated-type of shoen (manor) and had a territorial contiguity.
  200. Like this, with the successive generations of leading actors in Theatre Kanze-za being connected to the contemporary powers, the prototype of the present Noh was accomplished.
  201. Like those of Toshoke, offices and businesses of Jigeke were hereditary.
  202. Like those of books, collectors are particular about obi.
  203. Like tofu, aburaage has a variety of sizes, shapes, thickness and other characteristics, according to the region.
  204. Like trees of konotegashiwa (a specie of tree that was often used as a metaphor of two-sided person) in Mt. Nara, which have two faces, these means flatter two sides ("Manyoshu" Vol. 16-3836).
  205. Like tsuitake (full length of height), and nagagi (full-length garments), some nagajuban are tailored so that it can be tucked up.
  206. Like unevenly melted snow
  207. Like warming Japanese sake, warming Huangjiu such as Shaoxing rice wine has been done from old times.
  208. Like words such as "tera," "in," "shoja" and "ranny,a" the word "tosho" was used as a general noun to identify Buddhist temples (including private temples).
  209. Liked in Osaka, this food was originally produced for reuse of whale meat but has produced actively later.
  210. Likewise on the Emperor's Birthday the Emperor and Imperial Family members receive the public's congratulations at the Palace (in the fiscal 2008 a record high of 22,655 people visited the Palace according to the Imperial Household Agency).
  211. Likewise suzumi (cooling) yagura was used to enjoy the cool breeze.
  212. Likewise, Kanji KIYONO hypothesized that the main barrow and a baicho (a small barrow next to a large-scale tumulus) were joined together to give the keyhole-shape.
  213. Likewise, MINAMOTO no Mitsuyasu, who originally joined Nobuyori for his position as a retainer to Emperor Nijo, took sides with Kiyomori.
  214. Likewise, Mutsu praised Ryoma highly as follows.
  215. Likewise, Saijin became anthropomorphic deities with names derived from gods and goddesses of Japanese mythology or with names ending with 'Mikoto,' 'hiko' or 'hime' instead of having just place names or shrine names.
  216. Likewise, Shiomi yagura had been built only in a sea castle to observe the sea.
  217. Likewise, Uji Station of JR West is also called JR Uji Station.
  218. Likewise, Uzumasa-tenjingawa Station is also the example of the large-scale development, and public facilities reside in the building above the station.
  219. Likewise, a watch-house was blown up with dynamites.
  220. Likewise, about ten minutes are required for the special rapid train bound for Omi-Shiotsu and Tsuruga stations via Maibara Station in order to stop for the division and connection.
  221. Likewise, after the Muromachi period, complicated stratification by class formed in bushi, but the expanded range of the samurai status led to the temporarily fixed class system in bushi during the Edo period.
  222. Likewise, buckwheat pollen was detected at more than ten remains in eastern Japan at the end and the last periods.
  223. Likewise, elaborate decorations associated with the occasion were also discontinued.
  224. Likewise, he interpreted Okuninushi no Kami as the ruler of yukai (world after death) or yominokuni (realm of the dead), whom Susanoo met when he went there.
  225. Likewise, in "Izumo-no-kuni-fudoki (The topographical records of Izumo county)," dating from 733, there is a description such as 'murasaki nori, in Tatenui County, is the best.'
  226. Likewise, in Togoku, the Tokaido and the Tosando areas located east of Mino Province had been put under the influence of the Minamoto no Yoritomo government, and the Hokurikudo was under the control of MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka.
  227. Likewise, in a village along Kagoshima Bay in the Osumi peninsula, it is said that a monster of a black cow named 'Unmushi' drags itself up onto the shore and wanders around.
  228. Likewise, in the Imperial court, the shinsei of 1346 issued by the Emperor Komyo of the Northern Court (Japan) became the last kuge shinsei.
  229. Likewise, it has been said that if a person goes into Mt. Obagamine on December 20, he/she would encounter Ippon-datara.
  230. Likewise, long bokuto called nagabokuto that are very long unprocessed yusu sticks, to which fat tsuba made of koyori (pieces of twisted-paper string) are attached, are used as targets during uchikomi (hitting) practice.
  231. Likewise, lords, toryo (head of the clan), and trustworthy influential person were frequently asked to serve as eboshi-oya.
  232. Likewise, once a districted is selected for national preservation, buildings in the district may be subject to constraints on extension or rebuilding.
  233. Likewise, rules regarding the tax shares of newly appointed land stewards were called "shinpo rippo" (new taxation rules) and their details were as follows:
  234. Likewise, some samurai changed their sashimono attached on their backs to their own design so that they could display their achievement individually.
  235. Likewise, the Chikurin school is closely related to Dosha, since it has Matomae-shaho (the action to shoot an arrow to the target) and is a sub-sect that forbids long range archery.
  236. Likewise, the Hanshin Tigers which had the home ground in the Keihanshin area also held official games, because the home ground Hanshin Koshien Stadium could not be used during the National High School Baseball Championships in August.
  237. Likewise, the Japanese "Yuimagyo Gisho" is similar to the "Yuimagyo Gisho" written by Jizang (549 - 623) in the Liang Dynasty, and to "Yuimakyo Giki", which was unearthed in Dunhuang City.
  238. Likewise, the aozuri is typically used in shrine maiden costume.
  239. Likewise, the expansion of money economy appeared in the form of popularization of paying dues in cash instead of labor services.
  240. Likewise, the origin of the word remains uncertain.
  241. Likewise, the ratio of the serfs' lands and the free farmers' lands largely varied in each region and thus the dependency on the wage and labor services concerned with the agricultural work in the lands also largely varied.
  242. Likewise, the restaurant 'Seiyotei' located in Maebashi City, Gunma Prefecture is referred to as the inventor of the sauce katsudon.
  243. Likewise, the seasoning manufacturer in Nagoya City Komi Co., Ltd. sells "Koku Uma Okonomiyaki Sauce" which includes akadashi miso (special red miso - bean paste) as okonomiyaki sauce for family use.
  244. Likewise, there are no definitive records as to why Shikinen Sengu has been conducted every 20 years, but the following possible reasons are given:
  245. Likewise, there is a mention of Genbo's adultery with Miyako in "Kofukuji ruki" (records of the Kofuku-ji Temple), "Nihon genho zenaku ryoiki" (a set of three books of Buddhist stories, written in the late 8th and early 9th century, usually referred to as the "Nihon Ryoiki"), the "Shichidaiji nenpyo" (literally, Chronicle of the Seven Temples) and "Fuso ryakki" (A Short History of Japan).
  246. Likewise, this means that within the oral tradition as well, the sword can be considered a "Hebi no Tsurugi.'
  247. Likewise, until 1983, the mark of Britain's Labour Party featured a torch crossed with a spade, representing a farmer.
  248. Likewise, without the lords' approval or customary payment, the serfs could not sell the lands to a third party.
  249. Limestone mining
  250. Limitations also stand out from the perspective of the election system.
  251. Limited Express
  252. Limited Express "Asuka" was abolished.
  253. Limited Express "Kasuga" using diesel cars started to run between Nagoya-Wakayama via the Hanwa Feight Line,.
  254. Limited Express "Nanki (train)," running between Nagoya and Kii-Katsuura (via Ise Railway), runs on the Nagoya - Kawarada section.
  255. Limited Express 'Biwako Express' (Maibara - Osaka)
  256. Limited Express 'Hamakaze (train)' (Osaka Station - Kasumi Station/Hamasaka Station/Tottori Station)
  257. Limited Express 'Hashidate (train)' (Kyoto Station - Amanohashidate Station)
  258. Limited Express 'Hashidate': Kyoto Station - Amanohashidate Station; JNR/JR Limited Express Series 183
  259. Limited Express 'Hida' (Takayama - Osaka)
  260. Limited Express 'Kinosaki (train)' (Kyoto Station - Kinosakionsen Station)
  261. Limited Express 'Kitakinki (train)' (Shin-Osaka Station - Fukuchiyama Station/Toyooka Station/Kinosakionsen Station)
  262. Limited Express 'Maizuru (train)' (Kyoto Station - Higashi-Maizuru Station)
  263. Limited Express 'Matsukaze (train)' (Tottori Station - Yonago Station/Masuda Station)
  264. Limited Express 'Monju': Shin-Osaka Station - Amanohashidate Station; JNR/JR Limited Express Series 183
  265. Limited Express 'Oki (train)' (Tottori Station/Yonago Station - Shin-Yamaguchi Station)
  266. Limited Express 'Shinano' (Nagano - Osaka)
  267. Limited Express 'Tanba,' Limited Express 'Kinosaki,' Limited Express 'Hashidate,' Limited Express 'Maizuru' and Limited Express 'Tango Discovery' stop at this station.
  268. Limited Express 'Tango (train)' (Kyoto Station - Fukuchiyama Station)
  269. Limited Express 'Tango Discovery' (Kyoto Station - Higashi-Maizuru Station/Toyooka Station) (via Kitakinki Tango Railway Corporation's Miyafuku and Miyazu lines)
  270. Limited Express 'Tango Discovery': Kyoto Station - Fukuchiyama Station - Toyooka Station (between Kumihama Station and Toyooka Station, some are rapid trains); KTR Limited Express Diesel Cars Series KTR8000 (from March 15, 2008, via the Miyafuku Line)
  271. Limited Express 'Tango Explorer' service commenced.
  272. Limited Express 'Tango Explorer': Shin-Osaka Station - Toyooka Station (Hyogo Prefecture); KTR Limited Express Diesel Cars Series KTR001 (belonging to Nishi-Maizuru Railway Yard)
  273. Limited Express Line and Express Line operate in parallel with the main line between Takinoyashiro Interchange and the Hojo bus stop.
  274. Limited Express Maizuru (train)
  275. Limited Express Tanba' (たんば)-- a special express train operated from 1996 by West Japan Railway Company (JR West) from Kyoto Station to Fukuchiyama Station via Ayabe Station on the Sanin Main Line
  276. Limited Express Tango Discovery
  277. Limited Express fare for an adult (fare for a child is half price, rounded up to nearest ten yen)
  278. Limited Express trains sharing the JR tracks use the JR elevated station for boarding and alighting (as mentioned above, some non-Limited Express trains also use the JR elevated station).
  279. Limited Express; by rolling stock type and commuter type; rapid express
  280. Limited express
  281. Limited express 'Hakuto (train)' (Kyoto Station - Tottori Station/Kurayoshi Station) (via the Chizu Express Line/Inbi Line)
  282. Limited express 'Hashidate,' 'Tanba' or 'Kinosaki,' which then changes to the local Maizuru Line at Ayabe station (Approximately 1:40 to Higashi-Maizuru station)
  283. Limited express 'Kitakinki,' 'Tango Explorer' or 'Monju,' which then changes to the local line in the Maizuru direction at Fukuchiyama station (Approximately 2:10 to Higashi-Maizuru station).
  284. Limited express 'Maizuru' or 'Tango Discovery' (Approx. 1:30 to Higashi-Maizuru station)
  285. Limited express 'Yakumo (train)' (Okayama Station - Izumoshi Station) (via the Hakubi Line)
  286. Limited express and Commuter Limited Express trains are operated exclusively with the composition of eight cars.
  287. Limited express and K-limited express trains usually start from Platform 2.
  288. Limited express and commuter tickets can be purchased here.
  289. Limited express fees
  290. Limited express tickets and commuter passes can be purchased at this station.
  291. Limited express tickets and commuter tickets are sold at the station.
  292. Limited express train fees for the Shinkansen lines (except the Yamagata and Akita Shinkansen lines) are not determined corresponding to distance in kilometers as for limited express trains on the regular railway lines but between stations, or in the so-called triangular table format.
  293. Limited express train service is provided during the daytime on weekdays and all day on holidays; moreover, with the timetable revision of April 16, 2006, local trains are operated all day, and the K-Ltd. Express, express trains and several sub-express trains are operated all hours except for the daytime (the K-Ltd. Express is operated only on weekdays).
  294. Limited express train tickets and commuter passes can be purchased at this station.
  295. Limited express trains
  296. Limited express trains 'Tamba (train),' 'Kinosaki (train),' 'Hashidate (train),' 'Maizuru (train)' and 'Discovery (train) stop at this station.
  297. Limited express trains began making stops at Tanbabashi Station and Chushojima Station throughout the day.
  298. Limited express trains don't stop at Omiya Station.
  299. Limited express trains don't stop at Saiin Station.
  300. Limited express trains pass through this station while obliging the above-mentioned to take refuge.
  301. Limited express trains, rapid trains and local trains operate along the Fukuchiyama Line, Sanin Main Line and Kitakinki Tango Railway.
  302. Limited express, express, and rapid trains were operated with 20-minute intervals on weekdays.
  303. Limited to the period of late March to late November; sightseeing cruising between Tomo Harbor and Onomichi Harbor.
  304. Limited to those passengers transiting from Oshiba/Shokado and Yawata Municipal Second Elemental School to Mino Yamaguchi area, the fare is reduced to 50 yen (common price for an adult and child).
  305. Limited-express operated through a Shinkansen line (for mini-Shinkansen lines)
  306. Limiting the open port to Seiho (port of Sei) only.
  307. Limits abound but even if the wind blows not, blossoms fall, life is short so blow Spring mountain winds.
  308. Limits and Fate
  309. Limousine bus
  310. Limousine buses for Kansai International Airport / Osaka International Airport are also operated.
  311. Limousine services to Kansai International Airport are also available.
  312. Lin' means 'to drip.'
  313. Linage of the Northern Sung dynasty's edition
  314. Linage of the Southern Sung's edition
  315. Line 299 mile, 16 chain (unit value) (opened line 280M72C, unopened line 18M24C), 121 locomotives, 571 passenger cars and 1273 freight cars were passed on.
  316. Line 51 of the Tsurezure-gusa depicts a scene where water is brought from the Oi-gawa River to the Kameyama-dono Palace in Sagano.
  317. Line No. 27 of Keihan Uji Bus: From Kintetsu Okubo (←Okubo) to Jonanso, to JR Uji, to Keihan Uji and to Uji-shako.
  318. Line No. 32C took the reverse course of Line 32.
  319. Line between Nishimukomachi and Otsu
  320. Line color of Tokaido Main Line.
  321. Line data
  322. Line departing and arriving from/at Matsuiyamate Station is Hirakatashi Station (Kansai Medical University Hirakata Hospital) - Hirakata 26/26A line of Matsuiyamate Station (unavailable for Kuzuha Station/ Poemunoru Kitayama - Matsui Yamate Station lines and Keihan Higashi Rose Town Community Bus).
  323. Line distance (working kilometers): 3.8 km
  324. Line distance (working kilometers): 5.6 km
  325. Line distance (working kilometers): 7.3 km
  326. Line distance (working kilometers): 8.8 km
  327. Line of Kazanin, the House of Fujiwara North (five families)
  328. Line of Narikomaya
  329. Line of Takasagoya
  330. Line of mayors
  331. Line of sight: in scenes where an elder character talks to a younger one the storyteller looks to the left of the stage (seen from the audience), and in scenes where a younger character talks to an elder one the storyteller looks to the right of the stage.
  332. Line once connected
  333. Line them up on drying boards in order and cut them into equal lengths.
  334. Line was leased concurrently to Hankaku Railway Company.
  335. Lineage
  336. Lineage and Summary:
  337. Lineage around the country
  338. Lineage of Buddhism and Shugen-do in mountains
  339. Lineage of Emperor Kinmei is the ancestor of the present Imperial Family, after having lasted till today.
  340. Lineage of MINAMOTO no Yoriyoshi
  341. Lineage of MINAMOTO no Yoshiie
  342. Lineage of Nagamasu ODA (Uraku school)
  343. Lineage of Nobukane ODA
  344. Lineage of Nobuyuki ODA
  345. Lineage of Sogen FUJIBAYASHI
  346. Lineage of the Katagiri Grand Master family
  347. Lineage of the Kitai edition
  348. Lineages other than the Nagao-Uesugi clan also continued into the Edo Period.
  349. Lineaments when one is coming to death.
  350. Linear kirikane patterns are observed on the hair, but much part of them is lost now.
  351. Linear patterns and tachiwaku patterns are provided on the hair and the robe, respectively, in the kirikane technique.
  352. Lined up in the order Kongo Kokuzo (green-blue), Renge Kokuzo (red), Hokkai Kokuzo (white), Goyo Kokuzo (black) and Hoko Kokuzo (yellow) from right to left facing inside of the pagoda.
  353. Liner Beer Co., Ltd. was sued by older beer companies based on the Unfair Competition Prevention Act and it is claimed that Liner's product was confusingly similar to beer and Liner was forced in effect to halt sales.
  354. Lines
  355. Lines available for transfer
  356. Lines between Osaka and Kobe
  357. Lines connected to this station
  358. Lines connecting from Karasuma Station
  359. Lines in service
  360. Lines that formerly connected to the existent portion of this line
  361. Lines that were connected in the past
  362. Lines that were left uncompleted
  363. Lines transferred to other companies
  364. Lines under its jurisdiction: Hieizan Line, Hanazono Line, Kyoto Station Line, Gojo Line, Arashiyama Takao Line
  365. Lines which once existed
  366. Ling-yu-gu (18 poems each including 11 lines of six characters): The head portion is broken and this one is named by 'ling-yu-kou-kou' in the second poem.
  367. Linguistic study
  368. Linguistic validation
  369. Linguists and Literary Scholars
  370. Link with Worship of Yamanokami and Other Deities
  371. Linked form
  372. Linked forms in which the existence of "koso" caused the sentence to end with a classical imperfective form were more and more often accompanied by an adversative conjunction but remained for a longer time than the linked forms with an attributive form.
  373. Linked forms in which the existence of "zo, nam, ya, ka" caused the sentence to end with an attributive form became marginalized and disrupted in format, with the generalization of an attributive form being used as an end-form.
  374. Linked with other beliefs of different origins, Tanokami is commonly regarded as Ebisu (god of fishing and commerce) in Eastern Japan and Daikokuten (Mahakala) in Wewtern Japan.
  375. Linking castle or communications castle: A castle playing the role of garrison, for contact and communication via smoke signals, for checking travelers crossing the border, and for gathering, transferring or accommodating soldiers.
  376. Linking the "Fuji" (which also read "To") of Fujiwara and the "Ku" of Moku (woodwork), Tamenori originated the Kudo clan.
  377. Links with "Kaitai Shinsho"
  378. Linzhou 恵明寺 in Henan Province
  379. Lion
  380. Lion Rock
  381. Lion-tailed macaque
  382. Lip-reed wind instruments (corresponding to brass instruments)
  383. Lipstick, comb, hair ornamentation, Magadama, and Ohaguro (black painted teeth)
  384. Liqueur
  385. Liquid seasonings made from soybeans have been used in Indonesia and Malaysia in history.
  386. Liquid sumi ink is a colloidal suspension of amorphous carbon.
  387. Liquid sumi made by Japanese companies hardly ever contains low-quality ingredients.
  388. Liquidated on December 21, 2000.
  389. Liquidated: June 30, 2000
  390. Liquor Tax Act
  391. Liquor for cooking:
  392. Liquor for cooking;
  393. Liquor tax and the Freedom and People's Rights Movement
  394. Liquors produced by fermentation of the following ingredients: cereals or potatoes, malted cereals or potatoes, water.
  395. Liquors produced by fermentation of the following ingredients: malted cereals, water.
  396. Liquors produced by fermentation of the following ingredients: rice wine lees and water, rice wine lees, rice, malted rice and water, or Liquors produced by rice wine lees.
  397. Liquors produced by fermentation of the following ingredients: sugar (only stipulated in government ordinances), malted rice and water (kokuto shochu).
  398. List
  399. List of 'Sho'
  400. List of Ankoku-ji Temples in Each Province
  401. List of Beppyo jinja
  402. List of Bokkaishi
  403. List of Bokkaishi Members
  404. List of Books Written
  405. List of Buddhas
  406. List of Buddhism terms
  407. List of Buddhist Altar Fittings
  408. List of Chuin Memorial Services
  409. List of Cultural Properties Held by Kyoto National Museum
  410. List of Daigaku-besso
  411. List of Gokoku-jinja Shrines in Japan
  412. List of Gosho (Palaces)
  413. List of His Works
  414. List of Hitorigami
  415. List of Interchanges and Facilities
  416. List of Interchanges and Other Facilities
  417. List of Japanese gods
  418. List of Japanese movies
  419. List of Japanese temples
  420. List of Kotaiyoriai
  421. List of Kyokai (hierarchy)
  422. List of Literary Works
  423. List of Living National Treasures (performing arts)
  424. List of Living National Treasures (technical arts)
  425. List of Material Concerning the Muromachi Period
  426. List of Mikoshi, Portable Shrines
  427. List of Naha-te- and other-style kata
  428. List of National Treasures
  429. List of Official Ranks and Positions
  430. List of People Related to Kyoto University
  431. List of Preservation Districts for Groups of Important Historic Buildings
  432. List of Provincial Nunneries
  433. List of Provincial Temples
  434. List of Public Figures Related to Kyoto University
  435. List of Republic of Korea Navy ships - Submarines: the lead, German type 209, the Republic of Korea navy submarine is called 'Chang Bogo' (Bogo JANG) and a total of nine submarines of the same type are called 'Chang Bogo Class'.
  436. List of Rokudo
  437. List of Ryo
  438. List of Sadaijin
  439. List of Sake brands of Kyoto Prefecture
  440. List of Sanjunoto in Japan
  441. List of Sanporyo denpata of Saidai-ji Temple
  442. List of Shiki
  443. List of Shingun
  444. List of Shinto Shrines
  445. List of Shuri-te- and Tomari-te-style kata
  446. List of Sokai (rank of priest)
  447. List of Soldiers Involved
  448. List of Stations
  449. List of Stations and Connections
  450. List of Sutras Brought Back from China by the Priest Ennin
  451. List of Taisha
  452. List of Tsugaimai Dance
  453. List of Tsukasa
  454. List of Works
  455. List of Yama and Hoko Floats
  456. List of Yojiya Stores
  457. List of branch offices
  458. List of buildings and structures in Kyoto Prefecture which have been designated as important cultural properties
  459. List of bussharito
  460. List of castles that were kept and disposed of
  461. List of categories of traditional Japanese music
  462. List of childhood names of famous historical figures
  463. List of childhood names passed down from generation to generation among military families
  464. List of civil engineering and construction organization under the ritsuryo system.
  465. List of crossings
  466. List of dispatched personnel
  467. List of existent roei
  468. List of fudasho temples
  469. List of heads of the Kose school in chronological order
  470. List of heads of the Yabunouchi family
  471. List of hot spring resorts in Japan, and bathing facilities without accommodations
  472. List of invitees:
  473. List of main works except those mentioned above
  474. List of national treasures
  475. List of nenki hoyo
  476. List of official town names
  477. List of official town names (the former Fushimi City)
  478. List of officials (posts outside the original Ritsuryo code created by Imperial edicts)
  479. List of organizations and circles
  480. List of people related to KIT
  481. List of people related to Ryukoku University
  482. List of people related to origami
  483. List of pieces
  484. List of pieces of Satake version of "Sanju-roku Kasen Emaki"
  485. List of prefectures
  486. List of present Noh (traditional masked dance-drama) programs
  487. List of prints
  488. List of provinces administered in the past by the ryo-sei, or administrative codes (令制国)/Kinai (five provinces in the immediate vicinity of Kyoto)/Yamashiro Province/Kuse-gun
  489. List of provinces administered in the past by the ryo-sei, or administrative codes (令制国)/Kinai (five provinces in the immediate vicinity of Kyoto)/Yamashiro Province/Otokuni-gun
  490. List of provinces administered in the past by the ryo-sei, or administrative codes (令制国)/Kinai (five provinces in the immediate vicinity of Kyoto)/Yamashiro Province/Soraku-gun
  491. List of provinces administered in the past by the ryo-sei, or administrative codes (令制国)/Sanindo Road/Tango Province/Tanba-gun/Naka-gun
  492. List of provinces of Japan>Kinai region (provinces surrounding Kyoto and Nara) >Yamashiro Province>Kii County
  493. List of provinces of Japan>Kinai region (provinces surrounding Kyoto and Nara) >Yamashiro Province>Tsuzuki county
  494. List of provinces/San-indo/Tango Province
  495. List of relevant parties of Kyoto Prefectural University
  496. List of rewards for meritorious vassals in the Restoration'
  497. List of rewards for military service in the Battle of Hakodate'
  498. List of rewards for military service in the Boshin War'
  499. List of sakamai by prefecture
  500. List of season words: Raijin is a season word of 'the late summer', like 'lightning,' 'violent thunder,' and 'thunderclap.'
  501. List of senke jissoku
  502. List of shrines
  503. List of stations
  504. List of stations and connections
  505. List of stations:
  506. List of temple branch offices
  507. List of terms of Shinto terms
  508. List of the 21 temples
  509. List of the 28 chapters of Myohorenge-kyo
  510. List of the Appearances of the Deities
  511. List of the Kyushu era
  512. List of the Libraries
  513. List of the Provinces of Japan > San'indo > Tanba
  514. List of the Rikkokushi
  515. List of the stations
  516. List of top organizations with the number of Grants-in-Aid for scientific research expenses
  517. List of toshoke
  518. List of types of minka:
  519. List of varieties of Kyo-yasai
  520. List of works
  521. List up several sword craftsmen and schools that often are subject to gimei between an old sword and a new sword, or between old swords.
  522. Listed Kaitenzushi companies and the number of restaurants
  523. Listed above are the general classifications of the area names, but at the same time the area names from the elementary-school districts established in the Meiji period are also widely used.
  524. Listed below are four commentaries which still exist today that attached to the Tibetan translation of "Kongocho-kyo" (also known as Shinjitsusho-gyo).
  525. Listed below are major castle sites where daimyos who were joshus, kokushus or jun-kokushus were assigned after the Ikkoku Ichijo Rei (Law of One Castle per Province) had been issued:
  526. Listed below are some other common names for Gokuraku.
  527. Listed below are the samurai who received the honor of henki (a shogun or a territorial lord bestows one of the kanji characters from their name on their vassals) from Yoshitoshi SHIBA (斯波義敏).
  528. Listed below is the summary for the timeline which are events noted by their dates, relating to "the surrender of the Edo-jo Castle."
  529. Listed company
  530. Listed from the north:
  531. Listed here are professional rakugoka not belonging to the five organizations above.
  532. Listed here are some examples of personnel assigned in the bakufu; Wakadoshiyori (junior councilor), Yoshitada HIRAYAMA, and Hirokazu KAWAKATSU
  533. Listed in chronological order:
  534. Listed in random order
  535. Listed in the order of their birth.
  536. Listed in top-to-bottom order
  537. Listed in turn from the east.
  538. Listen calmly so as not to miss.'
  539. Listen carefully and understand.'
  540. Listen to the dainty songs of cuckoos!; they have come out of the deep mountain to give their first singing lesson.
  541. Listen to this person's payment of sin now again, his life will end and he will enter into the Big Eight Hell.'
  542. Listening to him plotting his revenge and seeing his changing expression is bad for the heart.'
  543. Listening to the answer, the ghost of Michizane bit a pomegranate offered in front of the principal icon of the temple into pieces and spit the pieces onto the door of the temple and the door burned.
  544. Listening to the elderly couple's admirable performance, Moronaga felt ashamed for having flattered himself to think that he was the best biwa player in Japan, and tried to sneak out of the shioya in secret, but the elderly couple stopped him.
  545. Listening to the record, it is known that O-Harima waited until the audience settled down, and at miraculously good timing, resumed performing as the bad cha-bozu (tea-server); he took advantage of the laughter triggered by Yamakawa's chari and finished the performance perfectly fascinating the audience.
  546. Listing these reasons, he objected to Tamekane's appointment.
  547. Lisu ethnic group
  548. Litang edition (1621-24)
  549. Litany
  550. Literal style: Coal had already been shipped.
  551. Literally interpreted, it means "without interruption of mind."
  552. Literally, Ningen-do is the world where Ningen (human beings) reside.
  553. Literally, Ojiya Udon is a combination of Ojiya (rice gruel seasoned with miso or soy sauce) and Udon noodles.
  554. Literally, it means a person who is a warrior.
  555. Literally, it means the god of the bow and arrow.
  556. Literally, it means to use Yumiya.
  557. Literary Activities related to Japanese Literature
  558. Literary Awards
  559. Literary Style
  560. Literary Work
  561. Literary Works
  562. Literary art was no longer exclusive to the intellectual class, but also spread among the general populace.
  563. Literary critic Korehito KURAHARA is his uncle and film director Koretsugu KURAHARA is his younger brother.
  564. Literary criticism
  565. Literary diaries written in kana began to be created such as "Tosa Nikki" (Tosa Diary), which was written in kana by KI no Tsurayuki who pretended to be a woman.
  566. Literary materials including handwritten manuscripts and other related materials are kept by the Museum of Modern Japanese Literature and Yamanashi Kenritsu Bungakukan (literally, Yamanashi Prefectural Museum of Literature).
  567. Literary stories include adaptations of literary works such as novels (except for swordfighting dramas).
  568. Literary style (Kanbun style): Heaven (God) created millions of millions of humans and gave all of them undeprivable rights.
  569. Literary work
  570. Literary work in which Kiyomizu-dera Temple appears
  571. Literary works
  572. Literary works and letters
  573. Literary works in which Futsunomitama appears
  574. Literary works in which chigo in large-scale temples appears
  575. Literary works of Eichi SHIBUSAWA
  576. Literary works of his include the 'Sei-a sho' and the 'Gumon kenchu.'
  577. Literary works on the Heiji Rebellion
  578. Literary works on the theme of this case
  579. Literary works taking themes from Inokuma Incident
  580. Literary works written in that way were a massive body of work.
  581. Literary works, whether poetry or prose, before pre-modern times are assumed to have been based on earlier works.
  582. Literati daimyo
  583. Literati painting
  584. Literati painting was basically an avocation by amateur and 'its kiin (elegance)' which could be regarded as its essence was widely accepted by Bunjin and deeply spread among Bunjin in their pastimes after Sung and Yuan periods.
  585. Literati paintings
  586. Literature
  587. Literature and Drama
  588. Literature and history
  589. Literature course
  590. Literature from around this time said that Hane was regarded as a dragonfly, and a wish for protecting from mosquito bites was contained.
  591. Literature from the Chuko period (the times around the Heian period)
  592. Literature from those days such as "Konjaku Monogatari Shu" (The Tale of Times Now Past) includes some episodes about sumo wrestlers who went to the Imperial Court to attend Sumai no Sachie from various regions throughout Japan.
  593. Literature in kanji characters, "Kamuna hibiki" and "Ma no subeshi," which relate to Katakamuna, can be classified in one group 'Katakamuna system literature, but katakamuna system documents including katakamuna are not considered as 'history books.'
  594. Literature in which Shinran Appears as a Character
  595. Literature monument
  596. Literature occupied a very important place in the Zen temples of the Northern Song and Yuan dynasties, and once the Zen style was introduced to Japan by monks who had been to the Song and Yuan, there was a collective rise in literary aspirations.
  597. Literature of the outer path will be placed together with the books of the inner path.
  598. Literature of the townspeople in Osaka and Kyoto mainly in the Genroku era is called Kamigata literature.
  599. Literature on Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA
  600. Literature such as "Dento koroku" (A biography of high ranking monks in Edo period) includes the description that Ninkan initiated the Tachikawa-ryu school.
  601. Literature that depicted the Takeda family or the battles of Kawanakajima appeared and were determined to be a new genre.
  602. Literature utilizing kana
  603. Lithium ion (Li+): 1mg or more
  604. Litigation
  605. Little Kyoto
  606. Little Kyoto is a nickname given to towns and cities around Japan that resemble Kyoto City in their old streets and atmosphere.
  607. Little did they know about Mt.Hakkoda in winter.
  608. Little information on her activities after that are given and the last scene with her is a description of her efforts to receive the love of her son, Kurodo shosho in the volume 'Takekawa' (literally, bamboo river).
  609. Little is clear about the teenage days of Onami, but it could be interpreted that he was adopted by his uncle Zeami at a young age, since the alias he inherited, 'Saburo,' was also used by his grandfather Kanami and uncle Zeami.
  610. Little is known about his life.
  611. Little is known about the Kusu clan.
  612. Little is known about the background of this Shiro, and there is a mismatch between the imina (personal name) of Kiyonobu claimed by the manuscript passed down generations, Motonaka claimed by the recent genealogy, and the theory that stated him to be Kyuji.
  613. Little is known about the case that a letter is issued for a specific person.
  614. Little is known about the lives of former Saigu after they fulfilled their duties and returned to Kyoto with a few exceptions.
  615. Little is known in regard to the process in "Hogen Monogatari" was written.
  616. Little is known of Yoshitsugu TSUNEKADO's career but it appears that he was an amateur or semi-professional writer of the Konparu-ryu school.
  617. Little is known of what happened to the Yamato clan after their name was revised to TAKANO no Asomi.
  618. Little sister of KI no Aritasune and KI no Taneko (Emperor Ninmyo's koi).
  619. Little water flows in the river, but it was once used for dying nishijin-brocade.
  620. Liu An Gua Pian
  621. Liu Bang, the First Emperor, Shi Huangdi and so on.
  622. Live on and comfort my spirit.
  623. Live performance
  624. Live-action and SFX
  625. Lived in journey and loved Sake (Japanese liquor), he was a proudly independent painter.
  626. Livelihood cultural properties, such as living wares and industrial commodities, which became popular since modern times, may be candidates for registry.
  627. Lively highlights of various programs include the throwing of rice crackers into the audience (Atago Mairi, The Pilgrimage to Mt. Atago), the throwing of paper yarn into the audience (Tsuchigumo, The Demon Spider), tightrope walking (Nue, Nightmare Bird), and the smashing of unglazed plates (Horaku wari).
  628. Lives in Renjaku as a private pupil training himself
  629. Lives in Renjaku as a private pupil training himself.
  630. Lives of Dog Warriors
  631. Livestock Farm (Kyotanba-cho, Kyoto Prefecture)
  632. Living National Treasure
  633. Living National Treasure is a Japanese popular term for individuals certified as Preservers of Important Intangible Cultural Properties by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology based on the Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties.
  634. Living National Treasure is a term for those designated as holders of Important Intangible Cultural Property.
  635. Living again with his wife in the capital.
  636. Living at Saigo's home
  637. Living at the Hoko-ji Temple in Nara, Chiho propagated the Hosso sect in Japan, which was supposedly the third generation transmission of the Japanese Hosso sect.
  638. Living considerably long back in those days, he died at the age of eighty-six.
  639. Living during the Genroku era, Dogi Bichoan, who was the seventh-generation tea master called as the restorer of the school, left many records of oral teaching; he moved from Kyoto to Owari because of a great fire.
  640. Living in Kono-go, Kazahaya District, Iyo Province (modern Matsuyama City, Ehime Prefecture), he called himself Tamasumi KONO and he was first to use the name of KONO.
  641. Living in Munich, Naojiro studied under Gabriel von Max, who was a painter and a friend of Toyokichi HARADA, his older brother, and registered himself in the Munich Academy.
  642. Living organism
  643. Living public displays of Saburo HIRANOYA and Hanbei SENBEIYA (November 30, 1862)
  644. Living quarters used by monks in a temple were called sobo.
  645. Living surrounded by the sea, Japanese people are said to have been introvert since ancient times, and tend to make exclusive communication.
  646. Living things
  647. Living things that are presumably survivors from the Ice Age and those that make the warm-temperature region their habitat coexist here, making Midoroga-ike Pond a pond of scientific value.
  648. Livingware and daily necessities
  649. Llama
  650. Lo Kuan-chung wrote "Suikoden (Water Margin)."
  651. Load dogusuri (gunpowder) then a lead ball in gun muzzle (the cartridge was invented later and then the time and effort of loading largely decreased).
  652. Loading bullets became easier as the so-called "Minie bullet" was invented.
  653. Lobby Lounge
  654. Local
  655. Local (including local ones that run as rapid trains at Takatsuki Station and stations to the west)
  656. Local (including those that become rapid trains between Takatsuki and Akashi)
  657. Local (some are operated as rapid trains between Takatsuki Station and Akashi Station)
  658. Local (some trains are rapid between Takatsuki Station and Akashi Station)
  659. Local Administrative Assemblies
  660. Local Administrative Assemblies was the assembly of prefectural governors summoned and established by the Meiji government in 1874.
  661. Local Affairs Bureau, Academic Affairs Bureau
  662. Local Area and Access
  663. Local Branch Bureaus and Departments
  664. Local Buddhist temples and shrines have wooden Gojunoto and Sanjunoto (three-storey pagoda) in Japan, many of which are landmarks of their regions.
  665. Local Buddhist temples and shrines have wooden Gojunoto and Sanjunoto in Japan, many of which are landmarks of their regions.
  666. Local Customs
  667. Local Express/Local
  668. Local Features
  669. Local Finance Bureaus
  670. Local Hoto pagodas:
  671. Local Human Resources and Public Policy Development System Open Research Centre (LORC)
  672. Local Human Resources and Public Policy Development System Open Research Centre (LORC) (in fiscal Heisei 15)
  673. Local Jidai Gyoretsu Procession in Japan
  674. Local Lord
  675. Local Lore
  676. Local Performances
  677. Local Ramen
  678. Local Shugo (provincial constables) would sometimes issue kumon (kojo) for provincial temples on behalf of the shogun.
  679. Local Specialties
  680. Local Specialty
  681. Local Taxation Systems
  682. Local Toji Schools
  683. Local accents "shookara" (Tottori City) and "shokara" (Shima City) can be seen in documents.
  684. Local account books used to record revenue and expenditure, as well as settlements after payments in full, for land taxes, miscellaneous taxes, public levies imposed on workers, license fees, etc.
  685. Local adaptability
  686. Local administration
  687. Local administrative bodies were responsible for controlling the common people and collecting taxes.
  688. Local administrative districts were revised (Prefecture, County and Village system).
  689. Local administrative officials, Chihokan, were placed under the joint control of Sabenkankyoku, and Ubenkankyoku.
  690. Local administrative organizations were standardized as kuni (Province), gun (County) and ri.
  691. Local administrative regions
  692. Local branches of the government
  693. Local bureaucratic system
  694. Local bus
  695. Local chief was a kind of title which was given to powerful clans in various places who were subject to the emperor's authority; it was a form of provincial government in ancient times under the Yamato political system.
  696. Local circumstances.
  697. Local clans and influential temples bought the remaining goods.
  698. Local curry
  699. Local customs
  700. Local dishes
  701. Local dishes also serve as the clue to understand how cultural exchange was carried out through foodstuffs and cuisine.
  702. Local dishes are also called 'gourmet cuisine in a particular locality' when the dishes, made up in a food processing company, a restaurant, or a campaign for local development, became part of home cooking in a certain area or district.
  703. Local dishes are roughly classified into four types according to the period in which they originated.
  704. Local dishes are traditional ones that have been eaten in various areas in Japan from ancient times, and are different from gotochi-ryori dishes (locally special dishes) or gotochi-gurume (local gourmets) (for example, gotochi-ramen), used for revitalizing villages.
  705. Local dishes as a way to boost the development of the local community
  706. Local domains began to produce their own handicrafts, such as ceramic ware and lacquer works.
  707. Local electric cars run between Nagoya and Kameyama, and all Ise Railway's Local diesel cars run on the Yokkaichi-Kawarada section.
  708. Local folk are fond of the temple which also goes by the popular names 'Green Forest Temple or 'Frog Temple.'
  709. Local government
  710. Local government information is aired from both CATV stations.
  711. Local government offices were called kanga, located in provinces and districts and known as kokufu (or kokuga - provincial offices) and guke (or gunga - district offices).
  712. Local government system for keeping track of the people
  713. Local governors and their subordinates shall be responsible for order in their own region.
  714. Local heads such as family members of kuni no miyatsuko were appointed as gunryo.
  715. Local historians have long conducted talks for local residents as well as schoolchildren and pupils during field trips but this phenomenon does not fall under the definition of tourism.
  716. Local households receive TV signals directly from Mt. Ikoma when watching the programs by NHK Educational TV, MBS Mainichi Broadcasting System, Asahi Broadcasting Corporation, KTV Kansai Telecasting Corporation, and YTV Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation.
  717. Local information
  718. Local katsusando in different regions
  719. Local kokushis and their offspring served sekkan-ke (five top court noble families of FUJIWARA family's offspring) as comparatively low-ranking military aristocrats, old gunshi class supported the local military forces as kondei (local military army), and both provided kokushis with the military forces.
  720. Local lords came to use shugosho more frequently, and castles were built in a similar style.
  721. Local millionaires and tato fumyo (cultivator/tax manager) were recruited as governmental officials responsible for practical works at these offices and were in charge of local administrative jobs as Zaichokanjin (the local officials in Heian and Kamakura periods).
  722. Local municipalities take and release the statistics every year.
  723. Local office (宗務出張所)
  724. Local officials in the Frankish kingdom later became counts.
  725. Local officials offered wands made of hemp and paper streamers to the gods at the festivals of shrines with the rank of sonsha (village shrine) or higher, and it is considered to have been a kind of state religion system.
  726. Local organization (parish)
  727. Local organizations (So(組))
  728. Local paper dealing with topics within the area of Fukuchiyama City.
  729. Local people in the upper class of Inadani valued not only his haiku but also his ink writings and calligraphy.
  730. Local people sought actions from the government of Asuka-mura, Nara Prefecture.
  731. Local people tend to cross over Anaura Pass on Kyoto and Hyogo Prefectural Road 109 Fukuchiyama Sannan Line which is relatively easier to drive.
  732. Local people there did not like Munemori at the beginning, but they gradually opened up to him after seeing him playing with children and feeling his human kindness, which normal samurai were lacking.
  733. Local people were proud of them as they symbolized Japan's modernization.
  734. Local politics were conducted in each domain, which are, together with the bakufu, called the feudal system characteristic of the shogunate.
  735. Local production of ingredients
  736. Local products
  737. Local products are shiitake mushrooms and cucumbers.
  738. Local products are tea, matsutake mushrooms, and tomatoes.
  739. Local products are wallpaper, Fusuma door, tea, and shiitake mushrooms.
  740. Local pronunciation of the word 'Dashi' in Obanazawa sounds like 'Dasu' because 'shi' is pronounced with a nasal vowel similar to 'su.'
  741. Local related education programs operated through initiatives in the cultural industry (adopted in the 2005 academic year)
  742. Local religious affairs
  743. Local residents also prayed for a traveler's safety during the journey.
  744. Local residents and researchers, consequently, are performing studies on native species and exterminating foreign species on a regular basis.
  745. Local residents built them as escape facilities during war time because wars broke out frequently, and they functioned as military facilities used to carry out resistance movements or struggled with adjacent villages.
  746. Local residents opposed the plan, claiming large condominiums on the side of Mt. Tenno would harm the scenery, and demanded a reevaluation of the villa and the preservation of it and the surrounding forest.
  747. Local residents served the Imperial Court from a long time ago; the village dispatched troops to the Jinshin War, and also later to the Heiji War.
  748. Local residents sometimes use assortments of this manju for hikidemono (a kind of gift from the host to guests at a party or a ceremony).
  749. Local samurai in Aki Province.
  750. Local samurai warriors including the Ise Heishi clan and the Kawachi Genji, both originating from middle and lower ranked officials, were qualified as shoen ryoshu (proprietary lord of manor) in their local power base.
  751. Local samurais and farmers cooperated to eliminate the political influence of the shugo daimyo (military governor) of the Hatakeyama clan, and functioned as self-governing community for the succeeding eight years.
  752. Local scenic spots and cultural facilities
  753. Local school organization (a temple office put in charge)
  754. Local specialities are added to characterize Yosenabe.
  755. Local specialty
  756. Local specialty dolls
  757. Local sushi
  758. Local tax regulations
  759. Local temples
  760. Local towns that were given city status were defined as individual constituencies, and each county in an individual prefecture was defined as a constituency.
  761. Local train
  762. Local train service
  763. Local train service (including trains which are operated as Rapid trains from Sonobe Station)
  764. Local trains
  765. Local trains (Local)
  766. Local trains (with nonstop stations)
  767. Local trains adopt one-man-operated trains, except for some exceptional cases.
  768. Local trains and trains that stopped at every station before electrification
  769. Local trains are operated all day in the section between Kyoto Station and Yamato-Saidaiji Station (a few trains go to Kintetsu-Nara Station), and through local trains are operated in the section between Kokusaikaikan Station on the Subway Karasuma Line and Shin-Tanabe Station (only one inbound train starts from Kintetsu-Miyazu Station).
  770. Local trains going all the way to Shin-Tanabe
  771. Local trains heading to Nara sometimes function as trains that trail behind rapid trains running to Takada by waiting in a passing loop at Kashiwara Station and gathering up passengers travelling from Oji Station to the Nara area.
  772. Local trains require transfer at Hamada Station or Gotsu Station, and the amount of local train service is extremely small from Hamada Station westward.
  773. Local trains run every one or two hours, in accordance with a time table arranged to connect with limited expresses at Miyazu Station and Amanohashidate Station.
  774. Local trains running on the inner track to Yamashina Station pass over the Tokaido Main Line at a slope of 18‰, while limited express trains and freight trains running on the outer track pass a branch track provided for a slope of 10‰ and join the Tokaido Main Line in the tunnel.
  775. Local trains stop at every station and are mainly operated between JR Nanba, Kashiwara, Oji and Nara.
  776. Local trains stop at every station between Kamo Station and JR Nanba Station (omitted in the list)
  777. Local trains taking refuge from rapid trains stop on odd-number platforms.
  778. Local trains/Rapid trains
  779. Local transportation
  780. Local tutelar deity
  781. Local varieties in Nara Prefecture
  782. Local, Express: they stop at every station within the Karasuma Line.
  783. Local-based za were sometimes established; for example, village-based za called 'sato-za' and town-based za called 'machi-za' were formed.
  784. Localization of soy-sauce is closely connected to food culture in local regions, and it is not directly associated with the quality.
  785. Locally grown sugarcane breed called 'Take-to' is used as a raw material of Wasanbon; it is produced by squeezing the juce of the canes harvested in late fall, refining and filtering it to some extent to crystallize.
  786. Locally it is called Kitsunezuka; however here it is referred to with its Azamei (alias) to distinguish it from a tumulus of the same name.
  787. Locally, in Kyoto, he is well-known as 'the father of water transport' rather than a merchant, along with Sakuro TANABE, who was the designer of Lake Biwa Canal.
  788. Locally, it is often called simply a city bus.
  789. Locally, the 'kintsuba' is also called 'kentsuba' and given a 'kentsuba' pattern on its surface.
  790. Locally, the beach is often called nari-suna (the sand making sounds when people walk on it)
  791. Locally-brewed sake (Kyo no haru, Take no tsuyu, Eenyobo, etc.)
  792. Locals usually refer to the area near the station as 'Shijo-Kawaramachi,' which is the name of the Shijo-dori Street and Kawaramachi-dori Street intersection; they almost never call it 'Kawaramachi' or '(Hankyu) Kawaramachi Station-front area.'
  793. Located 500 m north of the Hebizuka-kofun Tumulus, the Tumulus is a large keyhole-shaped mound with a length of 75 m.
  794. Located about 15 minutes' walk from the Jodo-in Temple/Todo area.
  795. Located about 4km north of Saito.
  796. Located adjacent to Kamihiraya.
  797. Located almost in the center of Harima Province, the Himeji clan had a sizable economic power that affected its surrounding areas, for example, the exclusive sales of cotton.
  798. Located at 8-chome Miyagawa-suji, Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto City, in Kyoto Prefecture, Gojo Station is a stop on the Keihan Main Line of the Keihan Electric Railway.
  799. Located at Gojo Ohashi Higashitsume (Gojo-dori Street and Kawabata-dori Street intersection) along Gojo-dori Street
  800. Located at Miwa Sakurai City Nara Prefecture, Byodo-ji Temple now belongs to the Soto sect.
  801. Located at Miyagawa-cho, Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto City, Higashiyama Joshi Gigei Gakko (Higashiyama Girls School of performance arts) is an educational organization for maiko (apprentice geisha) and geisha girls.
  802. Located at Seika-cho, Soraku-gun in Kyoto Prefecture, Shin-Hosono Station is a stop on the Kintetsu Kyoto Line of the Kintetsu Corporation.
  803. Located at ground level, the station has two island-type platforms with three tracks, and another track can be added.
  804. Located at the athletic field in Okazaki-koen park.
  805. Located at the back of a narrow alley set back from Shijo-dori Street, the restaurant has eight sheets at the counter and a table on the first floor, and a Japanese style room with tatami mats on the second floor.
  806. Located at the base of the Tango Peninsula in Kyoto Prefecture, Mt. Oe extends over Yosano-cho, Fukuchiyama City and Miyazu City.
  807. Located at the center of the Tango-hanto Peninsula, it is considered to have been built on a hill of 82 meters above sea level in the last half of the fourth century.
  808. Located at the center of the north end of Chodoin (an office at the Heijo-kyo Palace) of Daidairi (the Greater Imperial Palace), Daigokuden had the Takamikura (the Emperor's seat and its housing) installed inside, where the enthronement ceremonies for Emperors and other national ceremonies were conducted.
  809. Located at the central position of the monastery is not the main building Godai-do but rather the Shingyo-den which houses the copies of the heart sutra that have been transcribed by successive emperors including Emperor Saga.
  810. Located at the crossing of Karasuma-dori Street, under which the Karasuma Line runs, and Oike-dori Street, under which the Tozai Line runs, this station enables passengers on either line to switch to the train on the other line.
  811. Located at the highest point of the northern end of the Uemachi plateau was the Ishimaya Honganji Temple.
  812. Located at the same place as the stop for Kyoto Research Park-mae (in front of Kyoto Research Park)
  813. Located between Giyoden Hall (Treasure Hall) and Shunkyoden Hall, the gate faced Gekka-mon Gate on the west side of the south garden in an east-west direction.
  814. Located between Kyoshoden Hall (Palace Archive Hall) and Anpukuden Hall, the gate faced Nikka-mon Gate on the east side of the south garden in an east-west direction.
  815. Located due east of the Komponchudo Hall, it serves as a gate for the other temples.
  816. Located east of the Takeda-kaido Road, it parallels the west of the Keihan Main Line of Keihan Electric Railway.
  817. Located immediately north of Suzaku-mon Gate, it was an important gate together with the Suzaku-mon Gate and Kaisho-mon Gate.
  818. Located in 213-1 Aza Komoike-nishi, Isazu, Maizuru City, Kyoto Prefecture, Nishi-Maizuru Station is a station owned by West Japan Railway Company (JR West) and Kitakinki Tango Railway Corporation (KTR).
  819. Located in 661-1, Aza-goku, Maizuru City, Kyoto Prefecture, Higashi-Maizuru Station is a station owned by West Japan Railway Company (JR West).
  820. Located in 80, Sujakubunki-cho, Shimogyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, Kyoto Municipal Central Wholesale Market covers an area of 149,509 square meters.
  821. Located in Ayabe City, Kyoto Prefecture, Ayabe Station is a stop owned by West Japan Railway Company (JR West).
  822. Located in Fujiidera City, Osaka Prefecture, the Hasamiyama Remains are compound remains where remains and relics in various periods from the Paleolithic period (in Japan) to the early-modern times have been found.
  823. Located in Fukuchiyama City, Kyoto Prefecture, Fukuchiyama Station is a station owned by West Japan Railway Company (JR West) and Kitakinki Tango Railway Corporation (KTR).
  824. Located in Goken-cho, Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, Sanjo Station is a station owned by Keihan Electric Railway (KER).
  825. Located in Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto City, Keage Station is a stop on the Kyoto Municipal Subway Tozai Line.
  826. Located in Higashiyama-ku Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, WINS Kyoto is an off-course betting facility of horse race.
  827. Located in Hirogawara Obana-cho, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Hirogawara Ski Resort is the only ski resort in Kyoto City.
  828. Located in Hiyoshi-cho, Nantan City, Kyoto Prefecture, Goma Station is a stop on the Sanin Main Line, which is operated by West Japan Railway Company (JR West).
  829. Located in Hiyoshi-cho, Nantan City, Kyoto Prefecture, Hiyoshi Station is a stop on the Sanin Main Line, which is operated by the West Japan Railway Company (JR West).
  830. Located in Imadegawa Omiya higashi-iru, Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto City Archaeological Museum specializes in archaeological materials.
  831. Located in Joyo City of Kyoto Prefecture, Kutsukawa Station is a stop on the Kintetsu Kyoto Line of the Kintetsu Corporation.
  832. Located in Joyo City of Kyoto Prefecture, Terada Station is a stop on the Kyoto Line of the Kintetsu Corporation.
  833. Located in Kakegahara, Kita-okawara, Minami-yamashiro-mura, Soraku-gun, Kyoto Prefecture, Okawara Station is a stop on the Kansai Main Line, which is operated by the West Japan Railway Company.
  834. Located in Kameoka City, Kyoto Prefecture
  835. Located in Kasagi-cho, Soraku-gun, Kyoto Prefecture, Kasagi Station is a stop on the Kansai Main Line, which is operated by the West Japan Railway Company (JR West).
  836. Located in Katagihara in Saikyo Ward of Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, Katagihara haiji ato are the ruins of an ancient temple, which are designated as a National Historic Site.
  837. Located in Kaya, Yosano-cho, Kyoto Prefecture, Kaya Steam Locomotive Square is a facility run by Kaya Kosan Co. Ltd. to preserve and exhibit railway cars.
  838. Located in Kishinokami-cho, Fukuine, Higashiyama Ward of Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, Tofukuji Station is a stop on the Keihan Electric Railway and West Japan Railway Company (JR West) lines.
  839. Located in Kita-ku Ward of Kyoto City, Kitaoji Bus Terminal is a bus terminal of Kyoto City Bus.
  840. Located in Kozuke Province.
  841. Located in Maizuru City in Kyoto Prefecture, Maizuru Port Toretore Center is a tourist facility that sells fish and seafood from Maizuru Port and local products from the Tango area.
  842. Located in Maizuru City, Kyoto Prefecture, Aobasanroku-koen is a park at the foot of Mt. Aoba.
  843. Located in Maizuru City, Kyoto Prefecture, Maizuru Crane Bridge is the largest cable-stayed bridge on the coast of the Sea of Japan.
  844. Located in Nakagyo Ward in Kyoto City, the Museum of Kyoto was established in commemoration of the 1200th anniversary of Heian Sento (the relocation of the capital to found the Heian capital) to showcase the culture and history of Kyoto.
  845. Located in Nakagyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Shiyakusho-mae Station is a stop on the Tozai Line of the Kyoto Municipal Subway.
  846. Located in Nakagyo-ku Ward of Kyoto City, Kyoto City Heiankyo Sosei-Kan is a museum which occupies the first floor of Kyoto City Life-long Education Center (Kyoto Asny).
  847. Located in Nara City, Todai-ji, now the head temple of the Kegon sect, is a large temple built during the Nara period.
  848. Located in Nishioji Shijo, Ukyo Ward, Kyoto City, Saiin Station and Sai Station are stops operated by the Hankyu Railway and the Keifuku Electric Railroad Co., Ltd., respectively.
  849. Located in Nishiwaki City, Hyogo Prefecture
  850. Located in Okazaki-koen Park, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City, The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto (MOMAK), is an art museum operated by the Independent Administrative Institution National Museum of Art.
  851. Located in Sagano, Ukyo Ward, Kyoto City, Okochi Sanso Villa is a historic site with a Japanese garden.
  852. Located in Sakyo Ward in Kyoto City, Kyoto Concert Hall is dedicated to classical music concerts.
  853. Located in Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, Murin-an Villa is a facility centered on a Japanese garden and is designated as a place of scenic beauty.
  854. Located in Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City, Shigureden is a facility for the promotion and exhibition of the Ogura Hyakunin Isshu (the Ogura Anthology of 100 Poems by 100 Poets).
  855. Located in Sakyo-ku Ward of Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefectural Library and Archives is a comprehensive cultural facility that serves as a library, document archives, and a museum.
  856. Located in Sezaki, Maizuru City, Kyoto Prefecture, Bakuchi Misaki Cape overlooks the Japan Sea (the western part of Wakasa Bay).
  857. Located in Shimo-Horitsumecho, in the Higashiyama Ward of Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, Shichijo Station is a stop on the Keihan Main Line of the Keihan Electric Railway.
  858. Located in Shimogyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, Cafe Fran?ois is a government-registered tangible cultural property (building).
  859. Located in Shimogyo-ku Ward, Kyoto City
  860. Located in Sodeshi, Tango-cho, Kyotango City, Kyoto Prefecture, Kyoga-misaki is a cape overlooking the Japan Sea (the western part of Wakasa Bay).
  861. Located in Uji City in Kyoto Prefecture, Amagase Dam is on the Uji-gawa River, the common name of the middle reaches of the main stream of the Yodo-gawa River, which is known as a first-class river.
  862. Located in Utano Kaminotani-cho of Ukyo-ku Ward, Kyoto City, Yomei Bunko is a particular kind of library.
  863. Located in Yagi-cho, Nantan City of Kyoto Prefecture, Yoshitomi Station is a stop on the San'in Main Line (Sagano Line) of West Japan Railway Company (JR West).
  864. Located in Yawata City, Kyoto Prefecture, Shokado houses a Japanese garden and an art museum.
  865. Located in Yokaichi City (Higashiomi, Shiga Prefecture), which is remote from big cities, it is well-known widely as a restaurant of tea-ceremony dishes and a lot of guests even come all the way from Kyoto, Osaka, etc.
  866. Located in a valley between mountains, the west side runs parallel to a Kyoto prefectural route.
  867. Located in around Hiyoshicho-naka, Nantan City, Kyoto Prefecture (formerly Hiyoshi-cho, Funai-gun), Hiyoshi Dam is built over the middle reaches of the Katsura-gawa River which is one of the subsidiary streams of the Yodo-gawa River.
  868. Located in each prefecture in Japan, Gokoku-jinja Shrine is a shrine honoring the spirits of the fallen heroes who sacrificed themselves for Japan, including the war dead and victims to the Japan Self-Defense Forces from each prefecture.
  869. Located in front of Honen-byo Grave is the Gorin Tower (a memorial gravestone for the dead) of Naozane KUMAGAI (Rensho Hoshi) across that of TAIRA no Atsumori.
  870. Located in front of hantei (residence maintained by a daimyo in Edo) of the Hori clan, the bath house was called "Tanzenburo bathhouse."
  871. Located in present day Karasuma Shichijo, Shimogyo Ward, Kyoto, it is called Higashi Temple (Eastern) Hongan-ji Temple because it is to the east of Nishi (Western) Hongan-ji Temple, which is located at Horikawa Shichijo.
  872. Located in the Fushimi ward of Kyoto City and in Uji City of Kyoto Prefecture, Rokujizo Station is a stop on Keihan Electric Railway, West Japan Railway Company (JR West) and Kyoto Municipal Subway lines.
  873. Located in the Higashiyama Ward of Kyoto City, Sanjyo-Keihan Station is a stop on the Tozai Line, a Kyoto Municipal Subway Line.
  874. Located in the Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto City, it is a crossing between Higashioji-dori Street and Gojo-zaka.
  875. Located in the Kitano Kyoo-do Hall.
  876. Located in the Kyoto Basin (or the Yamashiro Basin), Kyoto City has an inland climate and a significant difference in temperature between summer and winter as well as between day and night.
  877. Located in the Minami Ward of Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, Jujo Station is a stop on the Karasuma Line of the Kyoto Municipal Subway.
  878. Located in the Osaka area where coinage was used heavily, it became the center of Chogin silver minting and continued to operate alongside other ginzas in Sunpu and later in Edo, until the ginza reform in 1800.
  879. Located in the Sakyo ward of Kyoto City, Iwakura Station is a stop on the Kurama Line of the Eizan-dentetsu (Eizan Electric Railway).
  880. Located in the area where Nichiren shonin (The Venerable Nichiren) gave street preaching, the temple is called 'Tsuji no Honko-ji Temple' (Honko-ji Temple on the preaching street).
  881. Located in the center of commerce where silver coins were used, the ginza served as an outlet for Kyoto-ginza
  882. Located in the center of the city, Kamigyo Ward occupies the northern part of former Kyoto.
  883. Located in the main section of large cities (especially Holo people areas), are street stalls that are open for business inside a Night Market (in Chinese, 夜市, means "night market" and is pronounced as "ye4shi4.") from evening to midnight.
  884. Located in the middle of a residential area, the tumulus is not so easy to find.
  885. Located in the mountains of the peninsula, it is a scenic spot that overlooks the sea.
  886. Located in the north west part of Kyoto City, it is the largest ward of all the wards of Kyoto City after merging of the former Keihoku-cho took place (the Sakyo Ward was the largest.)
  887. Located in the northeast part of Kyoto City, Sakyo Ward borders Otsu City of Shiga Prefecture on the east side, borders Higashiyama Ward and Yamashina Ward on the south side across Sanjo-dori Street and borders Nantan City of Kyoto Prefecture and Takashima City of Shiga Prefecture on the north side.
  888. Located in the northernmost place in Kyoto, Misonobashi Hachimaruichi Shotengai (the Misonobashi 801 shopping street) it's length is 800m to the west from Misonobashi-nishizume (the west end of Misono-bashi Bridge), Kita Ward, Kyoto City
  889. Located in the present-day Jaseonda, Dong Ward, Busan Metropolitan City, Fuzanho Wakan was administratively under the control of castle of Tongne Prefecture in the north, and militarily under the control of Local naval office in the west.
  890. Located in the south of Kawanakajima, Saijo-san Mountain was positioned face to face with Kaizu-jo Castle located in the east of Kawanakajima.
  891. Located in the south of Kyoto Prefecture, Uji City is known for Uji tea and the Byodo-in Temple, which is registered on the World Heritage list.
  892. Located in the southern suburb of Nara City, it is near from Obitoke Station, JR Sakurai Line.
  893. Located in the Fukiage Imperial Gardens, it was constructed in 1961 as Fukiage Gosho and used as residence of late Emperor Showa and Empress Kojun.
  894. Located in the Fukiage Imperial Gardens, its construction started in 1991 and it started to be used from December 8, 1993.
  895. Located inside the city of Fukuoka are, Nakasu of Hakata Ward, Tenjin of Chuo Ward, and Nagahama; and within them is a place called "Yatai Gai" (streets with food stands), where street stall businesses gather on the sidewalk.
  896. Located just south of Kamiyakuno Station, JR West Sanin Main Line.
  897. Located near Fushimi-port Park, it is a three-minute walk from Keihan Chushojima Station.
  898. Located near deserts where kosa is produced, Beijing and Tianjin have been attacked frequently by large-scale kosa recently.
  899. Located near the boundary with Yamashiro Province, it became a suburban area of the capitals after the Japanese capital was moved to Nagaoka-kyo and then to Heian-kyo.
  900. Located nearby
  901. Located nearby are temples such as 'Yoshizaki-ji Temple' (Hongan-ji school) and 'Gankei-ji Temple' (Otani school), and 'Yoshizaki Gobo Rennyo Shonin Memorial Hall' (shonin: saint) which is operated by the Honganji Foundation.
  902. Located on Vories Street, it is located along side the Imazu Church and the Imazu Vories Museum.
  903. Located on a prefecture route, it's a three-minute walk from Keihan Chushojima Station.
  904. Located on the Keihanna hill across the borders of Osaka Prefecture, Kyoto Prefecture and Nara Prefecture, the city aims at becoming the center of new industries and culture.
  905. Located on the coast facing the Sea of Japan in Maizuru City in Kyoto Prefecture, Kanzaki Seaside Resort is blessed with scenic beauty.
  906. Located on the east side of the Kamo-gawa River (Yodo-gawa water system), it runs east of Kawabata-dori Street and Shidan-kaido Road, both of which are streets running north-south, and located west of Yamato-oji-dori Street.
  907. Located on the flat land of Kyoto city, it is one of the city's must-see tourist spots.
  908. Located on the ground, the station has two island-type platforms with four tracks; two platforms are connected by the overpass, which functions as a station house.
  909. Located on the immediate left side of the Hatsuse-gawa River bordered on the place called Iware, this tumulus belongs to the Torimiyama tumulus group, together with the 208-meter-long Sakurai Chausuyama tumulus (also called the Tobi Chausuyama tumulus).
  910. Located on the right hand side of Kushige Koji road as one proceeds out from Kitadaimon gate.
  911. Located on the south side of Mieido.
  912. Located on the southwest edge of the grounds.
  913. Located somewhat north of an imaginary line which extends east from Ebisugawa-dori Street of the western side of the Kamo-gawa River, Reisen-dori Street runs from Kawabata-dori Street in the west to Nyakuoji-cho, Sakyo Ward in the east.
  914. Located west of Pontocho, it runs along the east side of Takase-gawa River (Kyoto prefecture).
  915. Located within Kongosen-ji Temple (Yada-dera Temple) and the Honden is designated a national important cultural property.
  916. Located within each stall business, is an independently attached propane gas tank.
  917. Located: Faced Kitagawa-dori Street, 1-4 Shimogamohangi-cho, Sakyo-ku Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
  918. Location
  919. Location & access
  920. Location - 13 Asashiro, Maizuru City, Kyoto Prefecture, 624-0842.
  921. Location - 4 Chome, Fujiidera, Fujiidera City, Osaka Prefecture (Furuichi Tombs).
  922. Location - Noboriojicho 10-6 Nara city, Nara prefecture, postal code 630.
  923. Location / Access
  924. Location and Access
  925. Location and Access Information
  926. Location and Availability Information
  927. Location and Pre-stage I Settlements
  928. Location and Structure
  929. Location and Summary
  930. Location and Territory.
  931. Location and access
  932. Location and excavation of Kokufu
  933. Location and scale
  934. Location information
  935. Location of Head Office: 80 banchi, Mikura-cho, Sanjo-dori Karasuma-dori Nishi-iru, Nakagyo Ward, Kyoto City, 604-8166
  936. Location of Hibyoin
  937. Location of Hirose-ji Temple
  938. Location of Poison in the Body of Puffer Fish
  939. Location of head office : Fukuchiyama City, Kyoto Prefecture (inside the Fukuchiyama-nishi Station)
  940. Location of her tomb is not known.
  941. Location of the Tumulus
  942. Location of the head office: Manpuku-ji temple on Mt. Obaku, in Uji city, Kyoto prefecture
  943. Location of the tunnel
  944. Location within the temple grounds
  945. Location, 632 Sokoku-ji Monzen-cho, Imadegawa-dori Karasuma Higashi-iru, Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
  946. Location, access
  947. Location/Access
  948. Location/access
  949. Location:
  950. Location: (Myo): Matsugasaki Nishiyama, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City and (Ho): Matsugasaki Higashiyama, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City
  951. Location: 1 Awadaguchi Kacho-cho, Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto City
  952. Location: 1-2 Utano Kaminotani-cho, Ukyo-ku Ward, Kyoto City
  953. Location: 2-1-1 Motoakasaka, Minato Ward, Tokyo
  954. Location: 2620-5 Imahama-cho, Moriyama City, Shiga Prefecture
  955. Location: 3-chome, Kami-Ooka, Konan Ward/8-chome, Okamura, Isogo Ward/1-chome, Shiomidai (Yokohama City), Yokohama City
  956. Location: 30 Goshonodan-cho, Shishigatani, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City
  957. Location: 32-3 Jodoji Ishibashi-cho, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City
  958. Location: 394 Naka-demizu-cho, Demizu-dori Karasuma-nishi-iru, Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
  959. Location: 44 Enshoji, Okazaki, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
  960. Location: 44 Kita-machi, Kameoka City, Kyoto Prefecture
  961. Location: 46 Fujinoki-cho Sagashakado, Ukyo Ward, Kyoto City
  962. Location: 546-2 Yamabushi-cho, Takoyakushi-dori Sagaru Muromachi-dori, Nakagyo Ward, Kyoto City
  963. Location: 602-1 Genbu-cho, Imadegawa-dori Karasuma Higashi-iru, Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
  964. Location: 602-1 Genbu-cho, Karasuma Higashi-iru, Imadegawa Street, Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
  965. Location: 602-1 Genbu-cho, Karasuma Higashi-iru, Imadegawa, Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
  966. Location: 602-1 Genbu-cho, Karasuma Higashi-iru, Imadegawa-dori Street, Kamigyo-ku Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
  967. Location: 602-1 Imadegawa-dori Street Karasuma Higashi iru Genbucho, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
  968. Location: 632 Imadegawa-dori Street karasuma Higashi iru Sokokuji Monzenmachi, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
  969. Location: 632 Shokokuji-Monzen-cho, Karasuma Higashi-iru, Imadegawa-dori Street, Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
  970. Location: 665-1 Somedono-cho, Ishiyakushi-sagaru, Teramachi Street, Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
  971. Location: 665-1 Somedono-cho, Teramachi-dori Ishiyakushi-sagaru, Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
  972. Location: 8-3, Higashi-Shiokoji Takakuracho, Shimogyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
  973. Location: 8-banchi, 5-chome, Iida Town, Kojimachi Ward, Tokyo City (the present Iidabashi, Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo)
  974. Location: 9, Uzumasanishihachioka-cho, Ukyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
  975. Location: At the west foot of Mt. Miwa, in the east of the Hashihaka-kofun Tumulus
  976. Location: Aza Ishizuka, Ota, Sakurai City, Nara Prefecture
  977. Location: Aza Izukayama, Oaza Hashinaka, Sakurai City, Nara Prefecture
  978. Location: Aza Katsuyama, Higaida-cho, Sakurai City
  979. Location: Aza Otsuka, Higaida, Sakurai City, Nara Prefecture
  980. Location: Aza Yazuka, Higaida-cho, Sakurai City
  981. Location: Daihizan, Hanaseharachi-cho, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City
  982. Location: Eikando-cho, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City
  983. Location: Ginkakuji-cho, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City
  984. Location: Hirakata City, Osaka Prefecture
  985. Location: Ikkahyo-cho, Saga-torii-moto, Ukyo Ward, Kyoto City
  986. Location: Ikoma City, Nara Prefecture
  987. Location: Kinkakuji-cho, Kita Ward, Kyoto City
  988. Location: Kiyamachi Street Nijo Street sagaru, Nakagyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
  989. Location: Kizugawa City, Kyoto Prefecture
  990. Location: Koaza Kuredani, Koyasu, Ueyasu, Maizuru City, Kyoto Prefecture
  991. Location: Kyotanabe City, Kyoto Prefecture
  992. Location: Kyoto Gyoen, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto City
  993. Location: Miyanotani, Sanryo-cho, Nara City, Nara Prefecture
  994. Location: Myohoin Maekawa-cho, Shibutani-sagaru, Higashioji Street, Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto City
  995. Location: Nanamawari-cho, Jodo-ji Temple, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City
  996. Location: Nishigamo-Funayama, Kita Ward, Kyoto City
  997. Location: Nishikyogoku Tokudaiji Dangoden-cho, Ukyo Ward, Kyoto City
  998. Location: Okitayama Kagamiishi-cho, Kita Ward, Kyoto City
  999. Location: Otsuka, Yanagimoto-cho,Tenri City
  1000. Location: Seika-cho and Kizugawa City of Kyoto Prefecture and Nara City of Nara Prefecture

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