; オンラインWikipedia日英京都関連文書対訳コーパス(英和) 見出し単語一覧

オンラインWikipedia日英京都関連文書対訳コーパス(英和) 見出し単語一覧

25 / 438ページ
データ総見出し数 437939

  1. Although having been greatly tormented by Shingen TAKEDA, Ieyasu followed his examples on many policies he took, both in military and political affairs.
  2. Although having been harbored by the domain of Choshu, he was transferred to Fukuoka Domain when the Shogunate launched the punitive First Choshu Expedition (Baku-cho war) in 1864.
  3. Although having been hibernated in the winter, this flower in Naniwatsu is blossoming now in the spring (by Wang In).
  4. Although having been prevented from expanding its territory into Zenkoji-daira, the Takeda clan became enabled to completely control Hanishina County, which had been the main base of the Murakami clan, in addition to Oagata.
  5. Although having been used for indicating that Ieyasu was good at plotting, this nickname also gives the impression that he was a mean person as well, causing a factor to have degraded recent evaluations of Ieyasu considerably.
  6. Although having belonged to the Hosso sect originally, the temple left the sect to become independent, calling itself "Daihonzan (head temple) of the Kita Hoso sect."
  7. Although having decided to fight a decisive battle, there appeared those who intended to rise again.
  8. Although having fought for half a day, Shinbutai retreated to the neighbor of Osaki.
  9. Although having never been appointed to Roju, Yanagisawa was given Kamiza (seat of honor) of Roju and the title of Roju-kau (Roju level), occupying the highest post of the bakufu government both in name and reality.
  10. Although having not attracted much attention in the medieval period, Mumonkan came to attract attention in the Edo Period.
  11. Although having reinforcements from the detached 1st brigade, the war situation did not change for the better for the government army.
  12. Although having the same kokuga forces system theme, Toda argued about the state of origin of bushi during the middle of the early Heian period while Ishii argued for the later Insei period (period of a rule by the retired emperor).
  13. Although he (or she) should have been called Tsukutsumi, people today still call him (or her) simply Chikumi.
  14. Although he accompanied Yoritomo to Sagami Province on August 20, 1180, Yoritomo's army was defeated in the Battle of Ishibashiyama.
  15. Although he accompanied Yoshitsune who had been expelled from Kyoto on November 3, 1185, their ship heading for Kyushu sank and the brigade was dismissed.
  16. Although he acted in support of Kuranosuke OISHI, he later absconded.
  17. Although he adopted a child from the Takatsuji clan, his family line ended, leading to the establishment and disappearance of the Machi family system.
  18. Although he adopted an independent position initially, he later achieved distinguished war service during the Battle of the Fuji River in cooperation with Minamoto no Yoritomo and was appointed as shugo of Suruga Province.
  19. Although he allied with the Toyotomi camp in the Winter Siege of Osaka, he engaged in covert activities, providing information to the Tokugawa side and engaging in reconciliatory talks during the siege.
  20. Although he almost dropped out of school due to skipping classes and failing to attend sufficient days, he graduated in 1954 and was accepted by Shochiku after being put on their waiting list
  21. Although he also left for Osaka to participate in the Second Conquest of Choshu of 1866, he soon fell ill and the conquest was suspended because Iemochi TOKUGAWA, the 14th shogun, died, then Nagaaki returned to Toba as well but died on November 6.
  22. Although he also participated in the Maruyama school, he mentioned his disapproval regarding the birds drawn by Maruyama school artists that those were not truly depicted as live birds yet.
  23. Although he also sought support from Yoshimura MIURA, who was Masamura's eboshi-oya (a person who puts an eboshi (formal headwear for court nobles) on a young man's head on his genpuku (attainment of manhood) ceremony), the plot failed in their attempt, and he was exiled to Shinano Province (Incident of the Iga clan).
  24. Although he and Prince Yamashiro no oe had been close friends since childhood, he is also portrayed as a rival in love over Tsukishime.
  25. Although he and his father Tameyoshi fought bravely for the Retired Emperor Sutoku's faction during the Hogen Disturbance, they were defeated and exiled to Izu Oshima Island.
  26. Although he and his father obeyed Nobunaga afterward, when anti-Nobunaga network was developed, he raised a rebellion along with his father.
  27. Although he applied for recruitment of the Shinsengumi members by the leader, Isami KONDO, and joined the Shinsengumi in October, 1864, he left the Shinsengumi before going to Kyoto.
  28. Although he asked Kinuyo TANAKA, his second cousin, to recommend him for the employment exam, she advised him that 'nobody can survive in the movie industry without talent,' and he kept hiding the fact that he was related to Tanaka.
  29. Although he asked for Mabuchi's instruction, he insisted, without hesitation, that what he believed was right, even against his mentor, saying, "If I have a good thought later, I would dare to state that even if that thought conflicts with my mentor's view."
  30. Although he assigned the right of the reigns of the family, Nobunaga retained the actual power of politics until he died in the Honnoji Incident in 1582, and Nobutada's succession to the reigns of the family was just for form.
  31. Although he assumed the position of the grand master of Gekken martial art, there are few records of his actual fighting with swords.
  32. Although he at first served Mochiuji ASHIKAGA of Kamakura Kubo (Govener - general of the Kanto region), Ujiyori became loyal to the Muromachi shogunate during the Eikyo War, coming under the command of the Uesugi clan.
  33. Although he attacked Tanabe-jo Castle in Tango Province, which was defended by Yusai HOSOKAWA (Fujitaka YUSAI), as he had no intention to positively attack Fujitaka, who was the teacher for waka poetry, he maintained a spectator-like attitude from start to finish (the Battle of Tanabe-jo Castle).
  34. Although he attempted to go to China and India, he could not achieve it as it had been banned by the government; instead, he studied the teachings of every Mahayana, Hinayana, exoteric, and esoteric Buddhism sects in Kyoto and Osaka.
  35. Although he beat the force lead by Ujitsuna HOJO at the Nashinokidaira in 1526, the battle against the Hojo clan went back and forth at each other.
  36. Although he became Chunagon, he died in 1596.
  37. Although he became Hyobusho-kyo (chief of ministry of military) in 1755 and received the title of Ippin (the first court rank for Imperial Princes) in May 1759, he passed away on June 26 of the same year.
  38. Although he became Imperial Prince Nashimotonomiya Moriosa's adopted heir, he returned to the Yamashinanomiya as a koshi (successor) of Imperial Prince Akira in 1885.
  39. Although he became Juichii Naidaijin (Junior First Rank and Minister of the Center) in 1824, he resigned the position within the same year.
  40. Although he became Naidaijin (Minister of the Center) in 1728, he resigned the position.
  41. Although he became Naidaijin in 1796, he resigned the post the following year.
  42. Although he became Udaijin (Minister of the Right) in 1738, he resigned the position.
  43. Although he became Udaijin in 1814, he resigned the post during the year.
  44. Although he became a Court noble, he was never appointed any key positions while he was alive, because his father was in a lower rank, and additionally, he was serious about his work but not so talented.
  45. Although he became a disciple of Goshun MATSUMURA of Kyoto Shijo-ha school at the age of 22, and competed with Keibun MATSUMURA, Toyohiko OKAMOTO and others in obtaining fame, Kaisen influenced by Sanyo RAI eventually changed his specialty to nanga.
  46. Although he became a heir of Shogun because of his oldest brother Takechiyo TOKUGAWA's early death and succeeded to the shogunate at the age of 45 in 1837, Ienari maintained a powerful voice as a leading figure.
  47. Although he became a priest when he was eleven years old, he returned to secular life and went home when he was twenty-one years old.
  48. Although he became a tengu, he still wore the priest's robe as if he persisted in the dignity as a priest.
  49. Although he became danjoin (President of the Board of Censors), he had no court rank and was called 'Muhon-Shinno' (Imperial Prince without court rank).
  50. Although he became famous after the war, he continued making ceramics, selling little of his work; he said: 'There is a rumor that I am acting like a 'Living National Treasure,' but it is just that I am very busy creating and thus have little time.'
  51. Although he became one of the senior vassals of the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) along with his father, he was declined and defeated after Yoritomo died.
  52. Although he became the governor of domain as a result of returning lands and people to the emperor in 1869, Mitsusada died on May 12 in the following year at the age of 55, and his second son, Mitsunori, succeeded to his position.
  53. Although he belonged to the Asai clan, he surrendered to Nobunaga ODA with Matajiro ISOME and Magojiro BABA of the same Katadashu after Siege of Shiga, a battle for advancing to the capital (Kyoto) by Nobunaga ODA finished in 1570.
  54. Although he belonged to the Ouchi clan, he opposed Yoshitaka OUCHI from the outset, and became a guest busho (Japanese military commander) with the Otomo clan which was hostile in spite of the blood relations between the two clans.
  55. Although he belonged to the Seiyu Party subsequently, he confronted with the party on financial policies, and he was expelled from the Seiyu Party in 1901.
  56. Although he bought shares of hatamoto who belonged to Sappei Corps (shogun's troops) to become a shogun's retainer immediately after the Battle of Toba-Fushimi, he did not obey the unrelenting resistance policy to the Meiji government by the troops, and he followed the New Government Troops after Edo-jyo Castle was surrendered.
  57. Although he bravely fought against the Heike, he was defeated and eventually escaped.
  58. Although he came from a fisherman's family in Etchu Province, he entered a religious order of Ji Sect after realizing the retribution over killing animals, and devoted himself to social work as a kanjin-hijiri (priest who collects donated money for social work).
  59. Although he cancelled his engagement, he later married Fushimi no Miya Prince Hiroyasu's Princess, Princess Tomoko in 1925.
  60. Although he carried on producing beautiful cloisonn? wares which were named as 'Kawasaki's jewel cloisonn? wares,' no items were being sold since he found joy in giving them away to art lovers.
  61. Although he chased Nobuzane who escaped from there, Moritsuna was ordered by Yoritomo to capture Nobuzane on the following day.
  62. Although he chose his oldest son, Kumataro, as his heir, Kumataro died young at the age of four in 1766.
  63. Although he claimed that he was the 24th generation descendant of Naozane KUMAGAI, it is uncertain.
  64. Although he commanded the prosecution of the Sino-Japanese and Russo-Japanese wars, his leadership was often misguided, and during the Sino-Japanese War he was once withdrawn from the front line under the pretense of 'the obligation to have the military status report to the Emperor.'
  65. Although he considered her behaviour suspicious as a woman alone late at night, he said yes and let her on his horse.
  66. Although he considered sparing his life, Yoritomo was appealed to by Suketsune's orphaned child and sentenced Goro to decapitation.
  67. Although he continued the solicitation campaign in Saigoku (western part of Japan (esp. Kyushu, but ranging as far east as Kinki)), he died in Edo in 1705, before the celebration of the construction of Daibutsu-den.
  68. Although he continued to act atrociously for transient pleasures he was portrayed as a man with unexplainable charm.
  69. Although he contributed greatly to the film world both as a director and script writer, he prefers to not be considered as a 'great master' and refused fans asking him for a signature by saying, 'I am not that great.'
  70. Although he contributed poems to the "Tentoku Dairi Uta-awase" (Imperial Palace Poetry Contest of the Tentoku era), only three of his poems were selected for the "chokusen wakashu" (anthologies of Japanese poetry compiled by Imperial command).
  71. Although he could not have good official ranks, he wrote various books even in his later years.
  72. Although he created numbers of screen paintings in strict compliance with the plans of the men in power who had survived wild times--including Nobunaga ODA and Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI--these paintings were lost with the buildings, so relatively few of Eitoku's works remain in existence.
  73. Although he denied the allegation and pleaded his innocence to Kamakura, he lost his case and was decapitated in Kamakura for perjury.
  74. Although he departed for the front in Ecchu Province, Terutora was annoyed with an uprising of Ikko sect followers who contracted with Shingen to cause a rebellion.
  75. Although he did not have many friends, Mizoguchi had a long friendship with his childhood friends, Matsutaro KAWAGUCHI and Shotaro HANAYAGI.
  76. Although he directed 'Kabe atsuki heya' (The Thick-Walled Room), a film describing class B/C war criminals imprisoned for a crime they didn't commit, by Kobo ABE's script in the same year, it was held to be released out of consideration to the U.S. (it was released in 1956).
  77. Although he discussed with Baekje, aiming at the revival of Mimana in accordance with Emperor Kinmei's last will, he made little progress in it.
  78. Although he distinguished himself in this battle, he was wounded; Katsutoyo took off his paper Jinbaori (sleeveless campaign jacket worn over armor) and gave it to Kazunobu (和信) out of concern.
  79. Although he encountered resistance from the soldiers on the Yoshitsugu and Matsunaga side, the war seemed to go overall favorably for the Miyoshi sanninshu.
  80. Although he entered Ise Province with that poor physical condition, he became seriously ill and died at Nobono (Kameyama City, Mie Prefecture) in 113.
  81. Although he entered into Kyoto attending his father Shozan in 1864, the father was assassinated on August 12 of the same year.
  82. Although he escaped to Goguryeo after losing in the Battle of Hakusukinoe, he was captured by the Tang Dynasty of China and sentenced to exile.
  83. Although he escaped to Tanba Province through Sakai, he was captured and killed by Gentaro DAIRAKU and others of the Choshu domain.
  84. Although he excelled in scholarship and was a promising priest, he left the temple because of his mother's admonition saying 'You should endeavor to enlighten people as an inconspicuous priest by preaching to them whilst wearing a sedge hat and no sandals, rather than by pursuing high status only through studying.'
  85. Although he existed, he was such a mysterious person that many of his legends are found in various places, however, he was not treated as a so-called Heike no Ochiudo (fugitives from Genpei War).
  86. Although he felt lonely living in distant Kyushu, he was made to feel welcome by Yoshihisa SHIMAZU.
  87. Although he flirted with musicals in 'Kinema no Tenchi' (The Golden Age of Movies), it was not his sphere, and Yamada's true worth is definitely seen when depicting down-to-earth everyday life.
  88. Although he followed Sanemori and supported the Ise Heishi (Taira clan) in the Jisho-Juei War, he was taken prisoner by Hirotsune KAZUSA after the fall of the Taira clan, and was in the custody of NAKAHARA no Chikayoshi after Hirotsune was assassinated in 1183.
  89. Although he formed an alliance with Echigo and changed his diplomatic policies, he had no choice but to hedge his bets on Oda-Tokugawa camp and Gohojo clan in Sagami Province, which sparked unrest in his territory.
  90. Although he fought against Takakuni and Yoshioki from 1509 to recover Kyoto, he was defeated (Battle of Nyoigatake) and lost his son, Nagahide MIYOSHI.
  91. Although he fought against the troops of Kiyomasa KATO under the Konishi troops during the Battle of Sekigahara, Motokiyo switched to serve under Kiyomasa KATO for 6,000 koku when the Konishi clan declined after the battle; he became a monk and called himself as "Gentaku."
  92. Although he fought bravely and killed Nariuji's elder brother Narizumi KURAMITSU, here he was defeated again and took flight.
  93. Although he fought for Oama no Miko (later became Emperor Tenmu) in the Jinshin War of 672, the detail of his role is unknown.
  94. Although he fought for Otomo no Miko (Prince Otomo who has been called Emperor Kobun since the Meiji era) as a general and defeated OTOMO no Fukei at Mt. Nara (present Nara City) in the Jinshin War of 672, he withdrew before reaching the City of Yamato.
  95. Although he fought hard and bravely in those later battles with the Kikkawa clan, Motokiyo escaped along with Mototsugu after the fall of Ueshi-jo Castle in 1582 by leaving his defending castle Iwakura-jo Castle.
  96. Although he fought in the Genpei War with Mitsumori and other members, he didn't get to join the flight of the Taira family from Kyoto.
  97. Although he frequently battled over Kyoto throughout his lifetime, Masanori is considered to have been critical of theory of urgent regaining of Kyoto proposed by court nobles of the Southern Court.
  98. Although he got a serious wound caused by a gunshot penetrating his body at the Battle of Toba-Fushimi, he fought battles at various places during the Boshin War.
  99. Although he graduated with honors, due to circumstances he lost the qualification for admission in the examination of the 'Preparatory School of the University of Tokyo' (Tokyo Yobimon).
  100. Although he had 3 mistresses to whom he was not legally married, and had daughters, he never took an official wife.
  101. Although he had a great achievement in curing eye disease by the operation which was the case Siebold couldn't heal, there are few materials concerning Shinichi and he is one of the mysterious doctors.
  102. Although he had a hard time when he was young because his father died of disease while being Sani (courtier without post), he was promoted thanks to the confidence of Michiie KUJO and the Retired Emperor Gosago after being promoted to Ushoben (Minor Controller of the Right) in 1238.
  103. Although he had a real son MIYOSHI no Masanaga, who had the ranks of Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) Daigeki (Senior Secretary) and San Hakase, he made his disciple, MIYOSHI no Tameyasu, his heir by adopting him.
  104. Although he had a retirement life in Fushimi in 1842, he set up a kiln called 'Momoyama gama' and kept on working.
  105. Although he had an older brother Nobuaki WAKEBE, he became an heir because the older brother died young.
  106. Although he had an older paternal half-brother named Hojumaru (Tokisuke HOJO), Shojumaru (Tokimune HOJO) was determined to be the heir because Hojumaru was born from a concubine (thus an illegitimate child).
  107. Although he had announced his retirement, yet he remained in high demand in the absence of other excellent kyogen-sakusha (kabuki playwrights), thus continuing writing to the last breath.
  108. Although he had become a priest, that is to say he had renounced the world, he still titled himself the 19th head of the Chiba clan Yasutane CHIBA (but he never failed to pay respect to the former head of the clan for the rest of his life).
  109. Although he had been a hunter in early adulthood, one day after shooting dead a stag that he came across when hunting, he saw a fawn appear out of the blood spurting from the animal's wound, and made up his mind to become a Buddhist monk.
  110. Although he had been a member of Meirokusha until the end, he published only three articles in "Meiroku Zasshi."
  111. Although he had been a ronin, he begged to join the group.
  112. Although he had been adopted by another family, he left them on bad terms with his foster father and became a ronin in Edo.
  113. Although he had been serving Nobunaga ODA, he ran away after he had a dispute with his co-worker Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  114. Although he had come to own 20,000 koku (102,400 US bushels of rice per year for income from his territory) at Kaguraoka in Yamato Province, he was once again forfeited his rank and properties because he took the side of the Western Camp during the Battle of Sekigahara and participated in the siege of Otsu-jo Castle.
  115. Although he had completed military service in 1933 as a lance corporal (later called lance corporal), he was called up again in 1943 as an army medic lance corporal.
  116. Although he had daughters, the details on them are unavailable.
  117. Although he had high political skills, he was undoubtedly one of the people who started the Onin War, triggered the rise of local samurais and ultimately started the he Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States) as a result.
  118. Although he had intended to express sorrow behind the boisterous scenes, the anecdote above indicates how impressions of well-known events often overshadow the message.
  119. Although he had kept a good relationship with Nobunaga by trying to give him positions of vice Shogun and Kanrei, relations between them became worse because Nobunaga began to limit the power of Shogun.
  120. Although he had many friends and treated his teachers with due honor, he insinuated his stubbornness and obstinacy in the name, saying 'the inside is tender, but the outside is tough' and 'walks sideways in the world.'
  121. Although he had no children between his lawful wife, who was a younger sister of Shigehira, he loved the wife very much and wouldn't have any concubines.
  122. Although he had no significant military merit, it is recorded that he went to the front in Chichibu in 1529.
  123. Although he had noble roots and he was brought up in a blessed environment, he had doubts since childhood about his birth and spent discontented days.
  124. Although he had often been to the capital (Kyoto) after that, the Coup of August 18 (September 30 in new calendar) which the Aizu and the Satsuma clans conspired broke out in Kyoto in 1863 and the Choshu clan was exiled from Kyoto.
  125. Although he had placed FUJIWARA no Tadahira as Kanpaku (chief adviser to the Emperor) for a while since his accession in 946, he did not appoint any Sekkan (regents and advisers) but took power by himself after Tadahira's death in 949.
  126. Although he had served the Honda clan of Zeze Domain by recommendation of Enshu KOBORI, he quit his service and became an instructor of tea ceremony at Aburanokoji-dori Street, Nijo-dori Street.
  127. Although he had two children and a wife, Jihe of KAMIYA was a regular customer of Kinokuniya Koharu, a prostitute in Sonezaki Shinchi, for about three years.
  128. Although he had two daughters from his Seishitsu (legal wife) Princess Rinshi (That is exceptional itself), he never had any son.
  129. Although he had wielded power in the Kamakura bakufu, after Yoritomo's death he was expelled and was killed together with his family (the Incident of Kagetoki Kajiwara).
  130. Although he has accepted the legacy of Japanese-style painting by using its traditional materials and techiques, he seeks a fresh new mode of expression through his work.
  131. Although he has been praised as a loyal subject of the Southern Court for a long time, as there is no other literature to show his actual involvement apart from the war chronicle "Taiheiki," some people still strongly believe that he was a fictional character.
  132. Although he has been treated as a foolish ruler, he was highly talented in the field of hobbies as mentioned above.
  133. Although he has the horns of ox on his head and looks like Yasha (a class of semi-divine being usually considered to be of a benevolent and inoffensive disposition but sometimes also classified with malignant spirits), his figure resembles that of a human being.
  134. Although he held prestigious posts such as prefectural governor and Chief of the Metropolitan Police, he stayed very quiet and did not leave any noteworthy legacy.'
  135. Although he initially planned to lay the railroads along the Ome-kaido Road and along the Kosyu-kaido Road, residents had been developping a strong movement against building a railway at that time.
  136. Although he insisted on continuing the strategy because he had insight in Shingen's designs, Kenshin had to withdraw due to objections from the warlords in the Kanto region.
  137. Although he is Norito's younger brother, he was adopted into his uncle's family in Aomori when he was five years old.
  138. Although he is a former leader of Kawachi-Genji, he is not well known now because of his assassination.
  139. Although he is arrogant and does not know how to plead with others, he works for his family so hard that he can't take off his shoes, getting chapped feet.
  140. Although he is considered to be a direct descendant of the Soma clan, he often caused arguments over territories with Shigetane, Hikojiro Morotane's son, and his territories were confiscated for the crime of groundless lawsuits.
  141. Although he is considered to have participated in the Coup of August 18 (old calendar), but he was not involved in the Ikedaya Incident of June 1864.
  142. Although he is fragile both physically and mentally, he has a strong affection for weapons and specialized vehicles which can make up for his weakness.
  143. Although he is from a line of Kabuki actors, he actively appears in TV dramas and period dramas.
  144. Although he is not from the Noh family, but his younger brother Yuji TANIGUCHI (real name: Yuji NARITA) is also a Noh actor who plays otsuzumi-kata in the Ishii school.
  145. Although he is not often made the subject of dramatic depictions and the like, due to its humble status, he did appear in the NHK Historical drama "Shinsengumi!" (his role was played by Taro YABE, of comedy duo Karateka).
  146. Although he is often evaluated as a person who praticed love of people and revering heaven, he is also evaluate as a Machiavellist.
  147. Although he is often seen as modest since he wasn't as resourceful as his father, or since his father's resourcefulness was somewhat beyond human knowledge, he was a great commander gifted with wisdom and courage.
  148. Although he is recovered from the illness, for example, he cannot come back.
  149. Although he is regarded to follow the Hokke sect, he clearly declared that there is no creator of the universe, no immortality of the soul and no world of the afterlife.'
  150. Although he is remembered more as a military commander of Budan faction (pro-military faction), he also achieved a good result in terms of administration as a feudal lord; his domain was calculated worth 498,000 koku in the land survey of 1601, and he increased it to 515,000 koku in 1619.
  151. Although he is said to be small, this came later from descriptions that 'he wears the skin of himushi (goose or a moth)' and 'he is one of my children who fell from between my fingers' of Takamimusubi no Kami.
  152. Although he is said to have been 28 years old at that time, there exists no firm evidence.
  153. Although he is said to have been literally talented, as he was a prince of the Emperor Kobun who lost the Jinshin war, he seemed to have a bad reputation in the beginning.
  154. Although he is said to have come to Japan to avoid the social turmoil that China experienced in the transition period between the Ming Dynasty to the Qing Dynasty, this judgment has no grounds in remaining letters and records.
  155. Although he is said to have filled the post of Kai no kami (the governor of Kai Province) and so on as his father had done, no details of his record of offices and ranks held and his achievements are known.
  156. Although he is said to have had a gigantic body, he was actually small for yokozuna.
  157. Although he is seemingly dynamic, but he deals with everything calmly.
  158. Although he is seen as a hero in the Korean Peninsula, there are many question marks regarding the reality of his achievements.
  159. Although he is the first painter whose name remains today and is full of legend, none of his paintings remain.
  160. Although he is widely believed to be the inventor of takuanzuke (pickled daikon radish), there are many views on this subject (refer to the column on takuanzuke).
  161. Although he is widely known as 'Yukimura SANADA' due to the influence of kodan storytelling, there are no historical materials from the years when Nobushige was alive, including letters written by Nobushige himself, in which the name 'Yukimura' is used.
  162. Although he joined the group, his family insisted he return to his position as officer, so he was caught in a dilemma which drove him to suicide.
  163. Although he knew Kaitai Shinsho had some defectiveness, he hurried up to publish it.
  164. Although he knew that she was having her period at that time, they got married.
  165. Although he later regained his position as the Shogun of the Muromachi Government with the support of Yoshioki OUCHI, he came into conflict with the new Kanrei, Takakuni HOSOKAWA, fled Kyoto and died in Awa.
  166. Although he left the capital as Kanto Kubo (the Governor-general of the Kanto region) officially recognized by Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), he could not enter Kamakura and ended up in staying in Horigoe, Izu Province due to the decline of the bakufu's authority and the internal conflict in the Uesugi clan.
  167. Although he looked for another opportunity to serve a master, and Bakufu and others courted him, it wasn't successful because hokokamae (a petition to other clans for not to hire him) was circulated by TODO clan.
  168. Although he lost his wife Toshiko AKAMATSU to tuberculosis in January 1900, he found out not only a new hobby but also a new wife, Shige ARAKI, eighteen years younger than him, whom he married in January 1902 after a formal marriage interview with her, which had been encouraged by his mother (it was a second marriage for both of them).
  169. Although he loved his first wife and missed her after her death, he seemed to have many other women to visit and mistresses ('Kocho').
  170. Although he made a direct appeal to Emperor Meiji for his demotion from nobility to commoner, the Emperor turned a deaf ear to the appeal saying, 'Don't create a headache for an old man!'
  171. Although he maintained a superior position early on in the battle, he was defeated due to too much difference in military forces and escaped to Bizen Province.
  172. Although he met this lady many times after that, he did not know her identity.
  173. Although he moved from the Kyushu region to Joshu, northwestern part of the Kanto region, it is considered that he moved due to cooperation of the Nitta clan even though the reason why he moved is uncertain because any literature had no description about it.
  174. Although he moved to Shizuoka with the Tokugawa family in 1869, he was in a wretched condition; he returned to Tokyo in 1877 and lived in his acquaintance's house near the Yushima-tenjin Shrine for a while.
  175. Although he moved to the Asano Shinbun (Asano Newspaper) to become the chief editor in October, he was again sentenced to imprisonment and fine for criticizing the government.
  176. Although he notices his mistake immediately, he continues killing the sleeping persons one after another.
  177. Although he occupied the Castle temporarily, he was counterattacked by the samurai warriors and failed in the end.
  178. Although he once called himself one of the Yuge clan, later he resumed his former surname of OE.
  179. Although he once left the Imperial Family and was granted the surname of Genji and called MINAMOTO no Sadami, he returned to the Imperial Family on August 29, 887 with the help of Kampaku, chief adviser to the Emperor, FUJIWARA no Mototsune, and became a prince on August 30, 888.
  180. Although he once showed signs of recovery, he died on June 14, 1836, following the sudden death of his best disciple, Tenyu NAKA, on March 26, 1835, who had been taking care of him.
  181. Although he only created a few poems as he died young, his poems were still selected and included in the "Shin Kokin Waka Shu" (New Collection of Ancients and Modern Poems) and "Shinshoku Kokin Wakashu" (New Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry Continued), which were Chokusen wakashu (Waka poems selected by the emperor).
  182. Although he only spent half of a year in Kamakura, it was the beginning of a genuine flourishing of Zen in the Kanto region.
  183. Although he originally bore the name of the Maita family of koke (literally, "high families"), he restored the surname Kira after the Kira family was brought to an end in the course of the well-known Genroku Ako Incident (also called the Chushingura incident).
  184. Although he originally opposed the idea of a constitution, he changed his policy in response to the growing movement for civic rights and freedom and also to the opinion of Kowashi INOUE. He also devoted himself to the establishment of the Constitution of the Empire of Japan.
  185. Although he painted his Bijinga (a type of ukiyo-e portraying beautiful women) sweetly under the influence of Eizan at first, he started making them uniquely voluptuous around that time, by which his works became popular.
  186. Although he participated as a kyogen performer in Aichi Expo. (Exposition of Global Harmony), performance in People's Republic of China, and so on, the frequency of his performances has decreased than before.
  187. Although he passed away in 1007, he was appointed as the Gonsojo (the lowest grade that can be held by one who has reached the highest rank in the hierarchy of Buddhist priests) after his death.
  188. Although he performed a feat defeating Taisho (Major Captain) of the New government army in the Battle of Shirakawaguchi, he was killed in this war.
  189. Although he planed to pioneer the Ezo area later with Ryoma SAKAMOTO, who was a masterless samurai left from Tosa clan, it did not come through.
  190. Although he planned the movie project of 'Dun-Huang' based on Yasushi INOUE's novel and finished its script during this period, he had to give it up due to a disagreement over policy with Yasuyoshi TOKUMA, president of the new Daiei film company.
  191. Although he planned to install similar equipments across the domain, his plan was not materialized as he suddenly died in 1858.
  192. Although he played only a supporting role, he was active and devoted himself to playing an aged person.
  193. Although he prevailed in the battle, Motoshige was shot by a stray arrow while crossing the Matauchi-gawa River and fell from his horse, and his head was cut off and taken away.
  194. Although he pursued Ieyasu to force him to kill himself with a sword, he could not complete his chase to the end.
  195. Although he quit his job, he continued submitting haiku to 'Hototogisu' and being directed by Kyoshi.
  196. Although he ran in the first election for the member of the House of Representatives, he was defeated.
  197. Although he received a certain amount of respect as the father-in-law of Yoritomo, there were many senior vassals who had far greater power.
  198. Although he received recognition for his military excellence as the best commander at the Battle of Sekigahara, there are also records of his words and behaviors at Sekigahara which suggest that he would not hesitate even to relinquish such a recognition in order to accomplish his purpose.
  199. Although he receives a reward, he feels that it's too little because he has turned his all relatives into enemies and sided with the Emperor, so he argues with Shinzei to make him reconsider it and succeeds in persuading him.
  200. Although he regarded Shakumon, the Trace Gate, (the former part of Hokke-kyo Sutra) as 'retsu' (inferior), he emphasized chapter 2, Hoben-bon (Skillfulness, chapter 2 of the Lotus Sutra).
  201. Although he remained in Kamakura after that, a plan by opponents of the Hojo clan, including Mitsutoki NAGOE and centered on Yoritsune, to ostracize the Shikken was uncovered and he was sent back to Kyoto in 1246.
  202. Although he remained the local lord of a small domain at the mercy of times, it is likely that he was full of political skills and actual-fight experiences.
  203. Although he restored his position later by the will of Renjun, he was confined due to an internal strife 17 years later, and led a turbulent life, until he died in 1570 at the age of 72.
  204. Although he retired as Kanpaku once in 1613, he returned to the post in 1619.
  205. Although he retreated as soon as he heard the report on Honnoji Incident, Ujinao HOJO in Odawara City marched aiming at to take Kozuke Province and Kazumasu tried to break through the enemy lines and badly defeated and came back to his territory, Ise Nagashima-jo Castle (the Battle of Kanna-gawa River).
  206. Although he returned home he did not get along with his biological father, who was the new lord of the domain, and again he travelled, this time to Oki-no-erabujima island.
  207. Although he returned to Fumon-ji Temple and lived there temporarily, he gave kosetsu (lectures on Buddhist scriptures) at Myoshin-ji Temple during 1648 and 1651.
  208. Although he returned to Tokyo in 1903 (表記の変更), he again moved to Osaka 1911(表記の変更) to join a newspaper company, Osaka Teikoku Shinbun-sha.
  209. Although he rose in revolt, he was cornered and the brother and sister killed themselves in Inagi Castle.
  210. Although he rose to Ushosho (Minor Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards), he became a Buddhist priest at the Yokawa precinct of Enryaku-ji Temple on Mt. Hiei in 961, although he was still young.
  211. Although he seems to have planned to attend to Bakufu affairs in Odawara-jo Castle following the example of Ieyasu who retired to Sunpu, he finally moved to the Nishi no maru (a castle compound to the west of the main compound) of the Edo-jo Castle (present Imperial Palace).
  212. Although he sent his son Chikatane to accompany Takauji to the capital and placed the next son Mitsutane to protect the Mutsu Province, he died during the attack by Akiie KITABATAKE while defending Kamakura.
  213. Although he served as a close adviser of Yoshinobu HITOTSUBASHI for a while, he was dismissed because of his radical idea.
  214. Although he served as a jodai (keeper) of Kokura Castle in Buzen, his relationship with his older brother Tadaoki deteriorated and he therefore left his older brother and lived in seclusion in Kyoto.
  215. Although he served in important positions of the new government, such as Sanyo (councilor), chairman of the Council of the Left and Sangi (councilor), he left the new government with Taisuke ITAGAKI and Takamori SAIGO after the defeat in Seikanron (debate on subjugation of Korea) of 1873.
  216. Although he served the Imperial Court mainly in the generation of the Emperor Ogimachi (the 106th), he was promoted only to Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) in spite of being the family head of the Sanjo family, which is a Seiga family (one of the highest court noble families in Japan at that time), because of his premature death.
  217. Although he specialized in Sansui-ga (Chinese-style landscape painting) and Kacho-ga (painting of flowers and birds), Aizan engaged in wall paintings at the Kyoto Imperial Palace with Gyokusen MOCHIZUKI and others when it was repaired in 1855.
  218. Although he spent his time by traveling around Kyoto and Osaka for a while after his teacher Chikuden died, he got settled in Sakai at the age of 27 and founded Poetry Club Kosai Ginsha (poetry society).
  219. Although he started to serve also as Provincial Governor of Harima Province from March 3, 863, he was reassigned to Governor of Omi Province on February 26, 864.
  220. Although he stayed as a low-ranking military officer, he was highly reputed as a topnotch poet.
  221. Although he still showed promise of future greatness, he died before his father in 1133.
  222. Although he strived to restore the family's genealogical table and hidensho (a book of family's secret technique) which had been burnt down in the Great Fire of Tenmei, he encountered the Conspiracy of Hamaguri-gomon Gate and again lost everything including his house and a book on family tradition.
  223. Although he struggled to reform the brewing method, he came up with the idea of using the bronze vat in the process of improving the cedar vat.
  224. Although he studied Renga intensively under Shotaku SATOMURA, he was demoted to ronin (masterless samurai) after his master forfeited rank of Samurai and properties in 1632.
  225. Although he studied calligraphy under Homei KAN during his stay in Tang, he had already been known as Noshoka in Tang; Kukai was greatly influenced by Xizhi WANG.
  226. Although he succeeded in meeting the princess, competing against his best friend, Tono Chujo (the first secretary's captain), her reaction was awkward, and this puzzled him.
  227. Although he succeeded in recovering the capital for a short time, he finally went to ruin after all.
  228. Although he succeeded the headship of the family in 1940 when his mother Asa, the 10th, died, he was called up for military service several times during the Pacific War.
  229. Although he succeeded to Gohei NAMIKI the second in 1818, he passed away in 1819, the next year.
  230. Although he succeeded to the family headship from Takefusa KIKUCHI, he died of illness in 1304 at an early age of 17.
  231. Although he succeeded to the teachings of the Ono School of the Shingon Sect, he declined to assume the position of the manager of Daigo-ji Temple due to his leg disorder and physical weakness.
  232. Although he successfully eliminated his political enemies by using the conflict between the Ikko clan and the Hokke clan, the Ikko Ikki army turned and entered Yamato Province beyond the expectation of Nagamasa.
  233. Although he supported Emperor Kobun during the Jinshin War in 672, they lost and he was obedient to Prince Oama (Emperor Tenmu).
  234. Although he supported Prince Oama (Emperor Tenmu) as Owari no kuni no Kuni-no-mikotomochi-no-kami (the provincial governor of Owari Province) in the Jinshin War of 672, he committed suicide after the war had ended.
  235. Although he thought he would return to Nobunaga once and headed for Azuchijo Castle for an explanation, he returned to Itami because he was told by his vassal Ukon TAKAYAMA that 'once Nobunaga has doubt in a subordinate, he will surely destroy him soon or later' when Murashige stopped by Takatsukijo Castle on his way to Azuchi.
  236. Although he took over the family business in 1811, he yielded his position to his younger brother in 1815 and started his own business of lacquering as one of the vendors to the Imperial Court and as an ordinary nurishi for daimyo lords.
  237. Although he took part in 57 battles throughout his life, it is said that he survived every battle without a scratch.
  238. Although he took the Retired Emperor Gotoba's side in the Jokyu War in 1221, Michinobu returned to his territory with Michimasa when the Retired Emperor side was defeated, and they continued resistance by confining themselves in Takanawayama-jo Castle.
  239. Although he took the post of Naidaijin (minister of the center) in 1749, he resigned the post.
  240. Although he transferred the headship of the family to his fifth son, Takamasu and went into retirement on December 11, 1832, Takamasu died soon after the succession and as one misfortune followed another, his seventh son, Takatsune, soon after succeeding to Takamasu, also predeceased his father Takamasa.
  241. Although he tried to commit a suicide when he was surrounded by troops from the Aizu clan, he was stopped by a monk and fled back home.
  242. Although he tried to commit suicide, he could not do so due to his physical handicap; in addition, the army could not kill him right away, since it was led by his own brother, however, Jinji HARADA finally killed Toshihisa following Toshihisa's remark, "Come here quickly and cut off my head."
  243. Although he tried to escape, he was killed in the front of the gate of the Miura's residence.
  244. Although he tried to visit Hiin on Mt. Tendo in 1648, it was prevented by the wars; instead, he climbed Mt. Obaku in China and received teachings from Yinyuan Longqi.
  245. Although he wanted to become a novelist, he also wished to become movie director as his second choice, so he entered Shochiku Obune studio as an assistant director.
  246. Although he wanted to meet her again, she entered court and he was appointed as vice-envoy to Tang and was ordered to travel to Tang.
  247. Although he was Hitto karo (the head of chief retainers) of the Kyogoku family of Toyooka clan, he left the domain because the confrontation with the lord of the domain Takanaga KYOGOKU had become very serious.
  248. Although he was a Buddhist monk, he married FUJIWARA no Noriko, the daughter of FUJIWARA no Norikane, and had a daughter, Zaishi.
  249. Although he was a Confucian scholar who studied at the Daigaku-ryo (Bureau of Education under the ritsuryo system), scarcely any Chinese prose and poetry by him remains.
  250. Although he was a Kawaramono (discriminated position), the 8th Shogun Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA of the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) treated him preferentially.
  251. Although he was a Zen monk of Eihei-ji school, he visited Kendo KOZONE to learn about Tenkoku (seal engraving) at the age of 18, and became a disciple of Tanin FUKUI at the age of 24, where he studied Japanese Tenkoku that followed the school of Fuyo KO.
  252. Although he was a broker of Nishijin-brocade initially, he later became a disciple of fukuroshi Sori KAMEYAMA and succeeded his family business.
  253. Although he was a competent official in dealing with practical matters, he held various local posts such as Shimotsuke no kami (the governor of Shimotsuke Province), Mutsu chinju shogunate (commander- in- chief of the Defense of Mutsu Province) and Dazai no shoni (a vice-minister of Dazaifu).
  254. Although he was a dependent, he got 1000 bags of rice as a hiinryo (an allowance for the person who doesn't succeed to a property) in addition to a karoku (hereditary stipend).
  255. Although he was a figure who once stood against Nobunaga, Nobunaga praised Katsuie's military tactics and had strong faith in him.
  256. Although he was a haikai poet from Iga Province, there is a theory that he was an Iga ninja.
  257. Although he was a kugyo (high court noble), he lived in Kamakura for a long time.
  258. Although he was a left-wing filmmaker, Imai created a series of hit films loaded with entertainment features and led Japanese cinema as one of the greatest filmmakers across party lines.
  259. Although he was a legitimate son of the Sen Family, he had disagreements with Rikyu and left home at an early age.
  260. Although he was a loyal subject playing an important role to Yoritomo, who had established a tyrannical rule as the Lord of Kamakura, Kagetoki was in the invidious position of gokenin.
  261. Although he was a member of the Japanese Communist Party, Imai did not press its ideology; instead, he delved into social issues such as war, discrimination and poverty, and beautifully filmed the weak at the mercy of these conditions with compassion.
  262. Although he was a member of the Kikuchi clan, a territorial conflict among the family members brought him to ruin.
  263. Although he was a member of the elite who worked at a university and was at an important post in the government, he led a frugal life.
  264. Although he was a member of the imperial family and had a first degree relationship, he was given the family name of Minamoto and became the subject of the state along with his many brothers.
  265. Although he was a novelist of the Shirakaba school, some critics have pointed out that his work also shows the influence of naturalism.
  266. Although he was a priest when Yoshiteru was assassinated by Hisahide MATSUNAGA and others, he escaped from Kyoto, helped by Shogunate men such as Yusai HOSOKAWA.
  267. Although he was a relative of TAIRA no Kiyomori, he consistently sided with the Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa even during the period when Heishi (Taira clan) was increased its power probably because he was far younger than Tokitada, his half older brother with the same father.
  268. Although he was a second son, his eldest brother, Kamemaru HIRANO, died young, therefore, Nagahiro succeeded as the head of a family and became hatamoto (direct retainers of the bakufu, which is a form of Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) with fief of 5,000 koku (crop yields).
  269. Although he was a short person, he was out-going and enjoyed archery.
  270. Although he was a son of Moriyoshi, the head of the Nikaido family, he seems not to have succeeded his father as the head of the family.
  271. Although he was a successor of the head family of the Soga family, he was portrayed as a good person who did not have political ambition like his father, Umako.
  272. Although he was a super performer of shamisen, he was disliked because of his talent, had few disciples and was poor and unhappy over the course of his life.
  273. Although he was a vassal of the Shimazu clan, the act of killing Tadamune, who had been given Miyakonojo, the land worthwhile 80,000 koku of rice, with a certificate, could have been taken as an act of treason against the central government.
  274. Although he was a warrior, he was appointed to Dazai no shoni and became the founder of the Shoni clan.
  275. Although he was active as a court noble of Sonno-joi-ha towards the end of the Edo period, he is said to have been calm and warm, carrying the aura of a typical court noble.
  276. Although he was adopted by Zenshobo Seijun and became a monk of Mt. Hiei after practicing in Mt. Hiei, he returned to his hometown Miyabe and came to serve Nagamasa AZAI, Sengoku daimyo (Japanese territorial lord in the Sengoku period) in the Omi Province, as his vassal.
  277. Although he was adopted into Nomura family as an heir, he was returned to his own family later.
  278. Although he was aged 32, he was worked hard by private first-class soldiers who were younger than him, and had to serve as their assistant.
  279. Although he was allowed to return to the imperial court two years later, he devoted himself to compiling the history book left by his father without serving the government.
  280. Although he was an adopted child of his sister's husband, Michinaga, he had a close relationship with the Nakanokanpaku family.
  281. Although he was annoyed about Motonaga who often criticized him, it was not advantageous to help almost losing Nagamasa, and therefore he attempted to put this battle to an end by calling on withdrawal to both sides.
  282. Although he was appointed Kanrei, he resigned after a short while.
  283. Although he was appointed Kurodo (Chamberlain) in 995, he was unhappy about his slow promotion, and in 1006, when he was Minbu Taifu (Senior Assistant Minister of Popular Affairs), his name was removed from the record because he did not attend his office for more than a year.
  284. Although he was appointed as Governor General of Defense for this achievement, they were obviously outnumbered even with the reinforcements, so his wife was killed by an explosion, then Aizu Wakamatsu Casle fell to the enemy.
  285. Although he was appointed as Juichii Udaijin (Junior First Rank, minister of the right) in 1754, he resigned the post.
  286. Although he was appointed as Minbukyo later, Minbusho (Ministry of Popular Affairs) was integrated into Okurasho (Ministry of Finance).
  287. Although he was appointed as Udaijin (minister of the right), he resigned the post the following year.
  288. Although he was appointed as Udaijin in 1779, he shortly resigned the post.
  289. Although he was appointed in November 1487 to a position as the chief priest of Nanzen-ji Temple and was given a Buddhist monk's stole of gold brocade by the former shogun Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA, ultimately he didn't join Nanzen-ji Temple.
  290. Although he was appointed to Daisozu hoin (a high-ranking priest of Buddhism), he provoked antipathy because he had strongly claimed to tighten official discipline of the temple, and returned to secular life in 1839.
  291. Although he was appointed to Kyoto rusuiyaku (a person representing the master during his absence) with that achievement, he was in opposition to Takamori SAIGO and the others against overthrowing the Shogunate by military power so that he lamented his misfortune after Meiji Restoration.
  292. Although he was appointed to Naidaijin on March 10, 1723, he resigned on March 16.
  293. Although he was appointed to Udaijin in 1479, he resigned the next year.
  294. Although he was appointed to be an assistant of Kento-shi (Japanese envoy to Tang Dynasty China) in 761, he resigned it before leaving.
  295. Although he was appointed to the chief priest of Onjo-ji Temple in 979 followed by the chief priest of Hossho-ji Temple in 981, he resigned from his post due to the objections of the Sanmon school, which was descended from Ennin.
  296. Although he was assigned as a Kagoshima municipal officer and Kurayashiki-warehouses officer, he convinced the domain to purchase a few Western sailing ships and gained an enormous profit by transporting goods from Satsuma to eastern regions.
  297. Although he was awakened to Buddhism when he was ten years old (some say sixteen), his mother would not allow him to become a priest.
  298. Although he was awarded the rank of Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) when he was still an infant, he was discharged from his position after the Taira clan was expelled from Kyoto in 1183.
  299. Although he was backed by powerful clans in the Kinai region (provinces surrounding Kyoto and Nara), including the Hatakeyama clan, the Yusa clan and the Tsutsui clan, and Shogun Yoshiharu ASHIKAGA, he was at a great disadvantage at first because Harumoto had great power.
  300. Although he was believed to die from wound in the Battle of Sekigahara, it was rumored that he was cursed to death by the apparition of Mitsunari.
  301. Although he was born as Yorimichi's eldest child out of wedlock, he became a legitimate son because Princess Takahime, Yorimichi's lawful wife, was not blessed with a male child.
  302. Although he was born as the oldest legitimate son of Tomonari SHIONOYA, no documents refer to his succession to the family headship, but as his father Tomonari entered into priesthood in March or April of 1220, it is supposed that he succeeded to the family headship at that time.
  303. Although he was born in a Sekkan-ke (the families which produced the Regent and the Chief Adviser to the Emperor), since his mother was from a low status family and he lost his father in his infancy, he was not able to attain the position of a court noble.
  304. Although he was born in a doctor family in a village located in a mountain area, he advanced his career to 'hatamoto' (direct retainers of the bakufu, which is a form of Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  305. Although he was born in the merchant family, he seemed to practice Zen meditation in many temples because he was primarily attracted to a priest.
  306. Although he was born into the Sekkan regent factions of the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan, he lost his father and grandfather just after he was born, and his days as a teenager were hard, due to the fall of his clan.
  307. Although he was born to an academic family, he never became Daigaku no kami (Director of the Bureau of Education) or Monjo hakase (professor of literature).
  308. Although he was called 'Kaminari Daijin' (literally, thunder minister) and kept being highly eccentric through his life, he produced great achievements as railway technician and manager.
  309. Although he was called as one of the thirty-six immortal poets, there is no waka poem that we can definitely say that it was composed by Sarumaru no Taifu (many support the view that waka poem of okuyama was not composed by Sarumaru Taifu).
  310. Although he was called for the accompany of Emperor Juntoku who was exiled to Sado at Jokyu War in 1221, it is said that he did not complied ("Jokyu Ki" [a record of Jokyu] et al.).
  311. Although he was capable and achieved great results as a economic official, he was not evaluated fairly because he was said to be assassinated by Shinsengumi (a group who guarded Kyoto during the end of the Tokugawa shogunate).
  312. Although he was certainly influenced by Western painting, he established his own unprecedented style.
  313. Although he was counted as Tossho SAWAMURA the Sixth, he fell unconscious and died during the performance in Nagoya just before succession to his predecessor's name, therefore, succession name was conferred on him after his death.
  314. Although he was cruel, he had removed the evil of priests for a long time.'
  315. Although he was dedicated to investigate the movement of the Aizu Domain, staying in Izumozaki Town, Echigo Province, he was caught by Mito Tengu-to (antiforeigner faction of Mito Domain), and although he once tried to escape, his attempt failed and he was killed.
  316. Although he was dispatched to Silla as a watchdog of Prince Mishikochi who was rendered as hostage by the King of Silla, Sotsuhiko was deceived by an envoy dispatched by the King of Silla and allowed Prince Mishikochi to escape at Tsushima.
  317. Although he was excellent at calligraphy, he seems to have been lacking in talent for waka poetry.
  318. Although he was famous as a teacher who well cared about his disciples, there are some criticism that he was authoritarian.
  319. Although he was famous for an unique character, Luis FROIS seemed to see him as a normal man in daily life.
  320. Although he was floated as the candidate of the portrait for Bank of Japan notes several times in the past as a financial expert representing Japanese history and first head of bill bureau, (later printing bureau), this was not realized.
  321. Although he was following his father, Mitsuyasu, who was residing in Akechi-jo Castle as a koken (guardian) of Mitsuhide, the Castle fell in 1556 when it was attacked by Yoshitatsu SAITO for siding with Dosan SAITO, who lost the fight to Yoshitatsu SAITO.
  322. Although he was formally a retainer appointed by imperial edict, he was in fact the ruler of Japan who even held sway over the Imperial Court, and typically was treated as the king by outsiders.
  323. Although he was found, he ran away again and went to Tokyo.
  324. Although he was friends with contemporary leading poets such as MINAMOTO no Shitago, ONAKATOMI no Yoshinobu, and MINAMOTO no Shigeyuki, because of his intolerant character and having too much pride in himself, he was not accepted by society and he grew isolated.
  325. Although he was from a branch family and a Hayashikata (musician), he actively involved in assisting Saburo Yukishige KANZE, then tayu of the KANZE troupe, since Yukishige was young.
  326. Although he was from a typical In no Kinshin family, he also served as Keishi (household superintendent) of Sekkan-ke (the families which produced regents).
  327. Although he was from the Northern House, the main stream of the Fujiwara clan and the great-grandson of FUJIWARA no Michinaga, he was not favored with promotions and remained Jugoi (Junior Fifth Rank), Emonfu (Headquarters of the Outer Palace Guards).
  328. Although he was good at study and speech, his polite personality was said to be a disadvantage for him.
  329. Although he was good-mannered, his behavior was inappropriate.
  330. Although he was in position to be the Michimoto heir due to his brother's premature death, Michishige also died early during the Hogen era.
  331. Although he was included in the "Chuko Sanjurokkasen" (thirty-six poets selected by FUJIWARA no Norikane), "Chuko Kasen Sanjuroku-nin Den" only recorded that 'it is written in 'Goshuishu Mokuroku' as his pseudonym is Ionushi,' and the details are not known.
  332. Although he was invited as a Hanju (a Confucian scholar who work for a domain) by Hiroshima Domain in 1868, he declined the post as a result of Haihan-chiken (abolition of feudal domains and establishment of prefectures).
  333. Although he was later adopted by Emperor Junna, he was still very much loved by his biological father Emperor Saga.
  334. Although he was meant to be adopted into another family, he ultimately became the adopted son of Naoaki II, the 12th lord of the domain.
  335. Although he was mentioned in May 1490 as the chief priest of Shokoku-ji Temple Rokuon-in, he resolutely declined.
  336. Although he was more clever than his elder brother, Imperial Prince Takayoshi, his father, Emperor Godaigo, placed great expectations on him, but he passed away while young.
  337. Although he was no longer as nimble a sword fighter as he had once been, he continued to play the leading role with his dignified acting.
  338. Although he was nominated as a candidate for the Prime Minister more than once, he refused to run for it because his brother, Takamori, suffered the disgrace of rebel (Iwao OYAMA did the same).
  339. Although he was not a man of the caliber to become leader of a warrior family, he was a family-oriented person who had deep feelings of affection for his wife and children.
  340. Although he was not duly rewarded, it is true that Yoshitsune made a huge contribution, and his heroism and honor will remain for a long in the people's minds.'
  341. Although he was not good at remembering his lines, he had a bold challenging spirit to cope with new programs or new roles aggressively.
  342. Although he was not held legally responsible (because Wasuke of Yamashiroya had suppressed the evidence), he resigned in order to take responsibility for that incident.
  343. Although he was not strong enough to act as a busho, he seemed not to have been completely sick in bed.
  344. Although he was older than the other son of Emperor Montoku, Imperial Prince Korehito (Emperor Seiwa), he was ruled out as a candidate of heir since his biological mother was not of the Fujiwara clan.
  345. Although he was once successful as a commander of a Shinsengumi squad, he surrendered in Benten Daiba on June 24, 1869.
  346. Although he was one of the family heads of the Court noble Daigo family, who had the house status of the Seiga family, he died early at the age of two.
  347. Although he was only about 50 days old, Yoritaka was also arrested and the following year sent to Tsunetane CHIBA, a local ruling family of Shimosa Province.
  348. Although he was originally Kenin (a retainer) of TAIRA no Tomomori, he gave up on the Taira family in December 1180, and came to serve MINAMOTO no Yoritomo by an intermediation of Nagakiyo KAGAMI (加々美長清) who was his peer.
  349. Although he was originally a keeper of the Furumoto-jo Castle, he was later ordered by Yukinaga to build the Mugishima-jo Castle at the request of Hideyoshi and then became the castle keeper.
  350. Although he was originally a member of the Imperial Family, he demoted himself to be adopted by the SAIONJI family because Harusue, Hirosue SAIONJI's son, died at an early age and so he became heir to the Saionji family as Kinzumi SAIONJI.
  351. Although he was originally a vassal of the Imagawa family, he gained the position due to Ieyasu TOKUGAWA's invasion of Enshu started at the end of 1568.
  352. Although he was originally an illegitimate son, he became a heir in June 1744 since his younger brother Yoshiatsu AOYAMA, a legitimate son of the same age as he was, was disinherited due to weak constitution.
  353. Although he was ostensibly the second son of Hikaru Genji, he was actually the child of Kashiwagi (Genji Monogatari).
  354. Although he was persuaded by Yamashiro no Oe no Okimi and went back to his house, soon after that, Hatsuse no Naka no Okimi died, and Marise lost his biggest supporter.
  355. Although he was portrayed to be ambitious aiming to grab supreme power, Yoshitaka never once betrayed his lord.
  356. Although he was praised by Hideyoshi, who said that he was worthy of at least 10,000 koku (a measurement of crop yield, putatively in rice, equal to about 1.8 million liters), he was dissatisfied with the reward (6,000 koku, or double his salary) offered him by Kazuuji, so he left and became a ronin (unemployed warrior) once again.
  357. Although he was promoted to Dainagon in 1238, he fell ill shortly after that and finished his 50-year life at the end of the old calendar year 1238 (equivalent to January 1239 according to the new calendar).
  358. Although he was promoted to Gon Dainagon (provisional chief councilor of state) on December 18, 1042, two years later he died from a sudden disease.
  359. Although he was promoted to Sangi (councilor) in 1196 and became kugyo (top court official) with the investiture as Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) the next year, he died of an illness at age 23 in the following year.
  360. Although he was promoted to Sobayaku (Secretary), he was removed from the administration of the domain on February, 1869 due to the domain administration reform initiated by lower ranked feudal retainers who came back from the Boshin War.
  361. Although he was promoted to a certain position despite of the complicated blood line, he died young after all.
  362. Although he was promoted to up Shoshii Konoefu (Senior Fourth Rank and the Headquarters of the Inner Palace Guards), he died young at the age of 16 in 1661.
  363. Although he was raised to Junii Gon Chunagon (Junior Second Rank, provisional vice-councilor of state) in 1852, he died two years later.
  364. Although he was reappointed as a vassal of the Takamatsu Domain, he resigned in order to concentrate on scholarship.
  365. Although he was regarded as a promising talented young man, he was suddenly attacked by a disease on his way to Edo and died in Kyoto in April 1642.
  366. Although he was requested to serve the Meiji Government or to visit Takeaki ENOMOTO's lodging to renew their friendship, he refused their requests saying; "If a person had a wish to meet someone, that person must visit him or her".
  367. Although he was respected as competent financial bureaucrat, after the sword fight incident he insisted on surrender and allegiance of the castle, conflicting with Kuranosuke OISHI, which lead to him being driven to flee.
  368. Although he was said to be a rakuin of the lord of Tsu domain of Ise Province, Takayuki TODO, it is not clear whether it is the truth or not.
  369. Although he was seldom treated as a poet, four of his poems were selected and named 'Gon no Risshi Sengaku' as Chokusen wakashu (anthologies of Japanese poetry compiled by Imperial Command) and inscribed in the Shokukokin Wakashu (Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry, Continued).
  370. Although he was selected as one of the compilers of "Shinkokin Wakashu" (New Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry), it strongly implies that he was just a substitute for his father, MINAMOTO no Michichika.
  371. Although he was still young, he had no choice but to support his family, because of his father, who was depressed and being a bad drunk and selfish to neglect the household matters.
  372. Although he was suffered plague, he survived and lived longest among the sons of Emperor Tenmu.
  373. Although he was supposed to be 'the sixth' of Bunraku KATSURA, he took the liberty of calling himself the eighth because eight (八) spreads out wide toward the end, which means good luck.
  374. Although he was supposed to submit Oishi's petition for the opening of the castle to the Bakufu metsuke (inspector) he neglected his responsibilities.
  375. Although he was temporarily secluded in Shunneiin Temple after Yoriyuki was ousted from power, he was reinstated in the position of juji at Nanzen-ji Temple.
  376. Although he was the Seiwa-Genji, he was a Samurai-Daisho (commander of warriors) of the Taira family, and a busho who was well versed in both literary and military arts.
  377. Although he was the central figure in the Satsuma domain clique, the scandal and bribery case isolated him in his later years and the people from the same domain left him.
  378. Although he was the first prince born to one of the consorts of the Emperor, he was not installed as a Crown Prince.
  379. Although he was the first prince of Emperor Yozei, he was born after the abdication of the throne of his father.
  380. Although he was the first son, he was considered as a branch line and did not go by the family name of 'Matsudono' but used 'Daikakuji sadaijin' (however, some documents use the notation 'Takatada MATSUDONO' just as a convention).
  381. Although he was the first son, he was so frail that his parents thought that he could not live long.
  382. Although he was the legitimate son of MINAMOTO no Yoshiie, the third heir of Kawachi-Genji (Minamoto clan), he committed looting and killing of a government official in Kyushu when he was assigned zuryo (custodial governor) in Tsushima, then he was exiled to Oki Province.
  383. Although he was the overall boss of government officials in Kyoto, and officials such as the Kyoto Machibugyo, in charge of Kyoto city government, and the Kinritsuki, who supervised the Imperial Court and palace, ordinarily followed the Shoshidai's commands, he was under the jurisdiction of the Roju.
  384. Although he was the second (or third) son, he inherited the Ashikaga no sho (Ashikaga manor) in Shimotsuke Province owned by the Ashikaga clan (the Fujiwara clan) from his father, Yoshikuni and then claimed the Ashikaga clan.
  385. Although he was the second son of Yasutada, because he was a child of the lawful wife, he became the legitimate son instead of his older brother, Yasuori WAKISAKA.
  386. Although he was the second son, he was promoted to minister 20 years later than the youngest brother, Tadahira, and therefore throughout his life he was always behind his youngest brother.
  387. Although he was the third son of MINAMOTO no Michichika, who held the title of Naidaijin (minister of the center), he was acknowledged as the heir after his elder maternal half-sister, MINAMOTO no Zaishi, gave birth to Emperor Tsuchimikado.
  388. Although he was transferred to the capital to be a superintendent officer and an assistant rusuiyaku (a person representing the master during his absence) in 1862 and returned home in 1863, he was transferred back to the capital again as a rusuiyaku after the coup on August 18.
  389. Although he was young, he was given full authority for military operations in Fuwa-gun County, Mino Province and won a victory in battle.
  390. Although he was young, he was well-known as a person of talent who was familiar with both Japanese and Chinese literatures, and his poem was selected in "Senzai (waka) shu" (Collection of a Thousand Years.)"
  391. Although he went back to Kamakura after resigning from the Tandai (an administrative and judicial agency) position in February, 1293, he was ordered by the regent Sadatoki HOJO in April the same year to go to Kyushu with his army as the risk of a Mongol invasion increased with the foreign mission's visit the year before.
  392. Although he went down to Kamakura as an Imperial envoy in 1325 and intended to take charge of negotiating with the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) over the Imperial succession for two years, he died in the Kanto region during his term on June 23 of the next year 1326.
  393. Although he went into battle to defeat Tamekage NAGAO with Akisada and was stationed at Shiroi-jo Castle in Kozuke Province, he withdrew when Akisada was killed in the Battle of Nagamorihara.
  394. Although he went off to the front as Taishogun (commander-in-chief) in the Jisho-Juei War, he was not competent as a warlord and was devastatingly defeated in the decisive Battle of Fujigawa and Battle of Kurikara-toge.
  395. Although he went to Edo in August 1810 by order of the Bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), he suddenly died in Edo on October 20 (or October 25) of the same year.
  396. Although he went to the capital (Kyoto) with Takauji who rebelled against the new Kenmu Government, they were counterattacked by Akiie KITABATAKE and Yoshisada NITTA so that Takauji ran away from Kyoto to Kyushu region.
  397. Although he went to the front in the Battle of Otokoyama, the Southern Court forces collapsed completely and he escaped to Tojo, Kawachi Province with 'Son' (Kinko?).
  398. Although he went up to Kyoto as a member of roshi-gumi gobantai (No.5 troop), he returned to Edo with Hachiro KIYOKAWA and other member, because of division of roshi-gumi after their going up to Kyoto.
  399. Although he went up to Kyoto in 1863, he resigned as the president of political affairs on March 2nd when Yoshinobu tried to make a compromise with Sonno Joi ha (supporters of the doctrine of restoring the emperor and expelling the barbarians) including the Choshu Domain, which had a strong influence in Kyoto.
  400. Although he wished to be given the title of Imperial Prince when he became the priest ("Koryaku" (diary of Tsunetsugu ICHIJO)), he could not achieve it due to opposition from Yoshiyuki SHIBA.
  401. Although he wished to go to Edo in 1830, he could not accomplish his will, then he started practicing in Osaka instead; when he temporarily returned to his hometown in 1832, he was taken into the service of the lord of the Iwakuni Domain, Tsunehiro KIKKAWA as jii (attendant doctor).
  402. Although hemp (textile) is mainly used for kojakin, nonwoven fabric-made kojakin called 'kami-kojakin' (literally, "paper kojakin") are also often used.
  403. Although her father Sen lost his job as a direct retainer after the collapse of the Shogunate, he began working at a hotel in Tsukiji in 1869, and the family moved to Mukojima.
  404. Although her figure looks like a human being, her face is like a monster, having a prominent nose, long ears and fangs.
  405. Although her health deteriorated after 1517, presumably from menopause, it is depicted in "Gohojoji Nikki" that she visited temples including Kurama-dera Temple and Kiyomizu-dera Temple, and associated with relatives and influential figures such as Takakuni HOSOKAWA.
  406. Although her marital affairs with Genj ended early on, she won his confidence due to her home-oriented and trustworthy personality, and reared Yugiri (Genji Monogatari) and Tamakazura (Genji Monogatari) functioning as their mother, and later took in one of Yugiri's children and nurtured the child as her grandchild.
  407. Although her original name was Takako, she changed her name from Takako to Amaneiko in February 877 because the Emperor Yozei ordered court ladies whose names were the same as his mother FUJIWARA no Takako to change names.
  408. Although her romance and marriage with Yoichiro TSUNEKAWA, who graduated from Tokyo Imperial University with a bachelor's degree in law, astonished the world, Tsunekawa died of an illness a few years later and she was remarried to an architect Shinichiro OKADA.
  409. Although her uncle remonstrated with her explaining that there was no help for a mere common woman to concern about the nation's serious matters, the obsessed Yuko left for Kyoto by a train.
  410. Although her wish was to be buried together with Shimamura with whom she had been having an affair, she was instead buried in a graveyard of the Kobayashi family (locates on the hill behind her birthplace) in Kiyono, Matsushiro-cho County in Nagano City.
  411. Although heresy inspectors at the Inspection Division were abolished in June 1874, one year after the lifting of the ban on Christianity, it is confirmed that reports by heretic inspectors continued until March 1876.
  412. Although high sugar content is important, volume of acid also determines its taste.
  413. Although hikiya worker had a long history and was engaged in a part of occupational competence required by tobishoku, many specialists nowadays use the jack up system controlled by highly-industrialized computers.
  414. Although his Imperial mausoleum is known as a part of Umeyama Tumulus (large keyhole-shaped tomb mound, 140 meters in diameter) in Asuka-mura, Takaichi-gun, Nara Prefecture, some argue that it is in the Mise Maruyama Tumulus (Gojono Maruyama Tumulus) in Kashihara Prefecture.
  415. Although his Shigo (posthumous name) granted by the Imperial Court was Jie Daishi, he was commonly known as 'Gansan Daishi' since the anniversary of his death is January 3rd.
  416. Although his age at death was unknown, it is understood to have been in his early 40's.
  417. Although his all requests were rejected at the time, OSHIMA remade the petition to the government.
  418. Although his back and forehead were slashed, Asano Takumi no Kami was immediately held down by a hatamoto, Yoriteru KAJIKAWA, and Kira was taken to the Sotetsu Room by other koke members, including Koreuji SHINAGAWA and Yoshiyasu HATAKEYAMA.
  419. Although his behavior afterwards remains unclear, it is said that his grave (Tomomori-zuka) is in Koenbo, Hatsuse Town, Miura City in the Miura Peninsula, where the place name is said to have been taken from Tomomori's homyo (a Buddhist name given to a person who has died or has entered the priesthood).
  420. Although his biological son, Morosue SAIONJI was born after Harusue died, the son was too small to become heir; Kinzumi who was a biological son of Imperial Prince Arisugawanomiya Tsunahito demoted himself to be adopted by the Saionji family; Consequently, Kinzumi succeeded the Saionji family.
  421. Although his birth year is uncertain, it is believed that he was of the same age or slightly younger than Kanami from his performing period.
  422. Although his birthplace is not known, he served Nobunaga ODA and he helped Kazutada HATTORI who had been injured in the Battle of Okehazama in1560 and beheaded Yoshimoto IMAGAWA.
  423. Although his body was buried in this land, his soul must have gone back to his homeland.
  424. Although his books had been banned for sale in the prewar time as the books lacking respect for the emperor, many historians came to support his books as an approximately reasonable assumption when the taboo against discussion of the Emperor system was removed after World War II.
  425. Although his boyhood is not known well, he went to Kyoto from his late teens and became a disciple of Yutei ISHIDA, a painter of the Tsurusawa school belonging to Tanyu KANO.
  426. Although his brother Masahiro attempted to take a chance and become successful in Shoei Makino Cinema, he lost everything from the fire of the Omuro Movie Studio in 1932, and joined Nikkatsu Corporation with other people from the Makino families.
  427. Although his brother Masatoshi FUKUSHIMA revived the Fukushima clan as a hatamoto (direct retainer of the shogun) with about 3,000 koku, they later ended due to no heir.
  428. Although his childhood name is unknown, his life can be traced back in detail in visitor's books, records of copies of sutras at temples, and inscriptions on the back of the statues he left.
  429. Although his circumstance afterwards is unclear even now, there are some speculations about it: the description of his death might have been deleted in the process of compiling "Azuma Kagami", which was edited by the HOJO family; he might have escaped somewhere because he was Yoshitoki's father-in-law; or he might have already died before the conspiracy.
  430. Although his comrades come and persuades him, Yuranosuke ignores them.
  431. Although his concrete achievements and year of death are unknown, it is said he was dead in 1067 at latest.
  432. Although his dates of birth and death are unknown, Yasunaga was a ninja from Iga Province.
  433. Although his daughter married Yukio Ozaki, he had no direct blood relationship with Yukio OZAKI.
  434. Although his dissipated lifestyle was recorded in the book 'Koseki Kenmonki' by Katsunobu OCHIAI, the truth is unknown.
  435. Although his escape routes were not exactly known, Choei changed his face with chemicals to live as a fugitive (because Choei's descriptions were circulated in Edo).
  436. Although his evaluation has not been established yet, it seems certain that he occupied a certain position in the Takeda family.
  437. Although his families died in the battle one after another, strong Yoshihide did not die and took 6 boats to escape to his shoryo (territory) Awa Province with approximately 500 horsemen on.
  438. Although his family was expelled from Shibata Domain in his father's time and he was simply a wandering ronin (masterless samurai), his performance in the duel at Takadanobaba was so impressive that he was adopted as a son-in-law by Yahei HORIBE and became a vassal of the Ako Asano family.
  439. Although his fate after that is not known, there is a famous theory that he was the same person as ABE no Seimei in later years.
  440. Although his father Iwatari had been alive until Toshitari became more then 40 years old, his first investiture was very late: it was finally taken place when he was 47 years old, and it was after Iwatari's death.
  441. Although his father MINAMOTO no Yoshikuni cultivated Ashikaga so (manor) in Shimotsuke Province, the second son Yoshiyasu succeeded that, and the first son Yoshishige launched the newly reclamation work of Nitta County, Kozuke Province with his father.
  442. Although his father Yoshikage was, at the time of his birth, 22 years old and had two elder sons, Yasumori was known as the heir of the Adachi family as he had since his childhood called himself 'Kuro,' the name only allowed for the heir.
  443. Although his father and mother are unknown, his grandfather, SHIMADA no Kiyota, (died November 5, 855 aged 77) came from a powerful local clan in the Owari Province.
  444. Although his father died in the Osaka Natsu no Jin (Summer Siege of Osaka), Mamoru escaped from the castle with the help of his wet nurse when the Osaka-jo Castle fell, and he became a priest at Nanzen-ji Temple.
  445. Although his father is said to have been Dajo daijin (Grand Minister) FUJIWARA no Koremichi, it is not certain.
  446. Although his father transferred Saji-go to him, he was too young to assume the position of Goshi shiki (subdistrict headships) at that time.
  447. Although his father was a grandchild of the Emperor Heizei, Muneyana's official court rank was not high and it remained Jugoinojo Chikuzen no kuni no Kami (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade, an officer in charge of regional administration in Chikuzen).
  448. Although his father was of the Choshu clan and he was of the second generation of the domain clique, he himself prioritized his position as the governmental official of the Ministry of Home Affairs rather than that of the Choshu clan.
  449. Although his father, Yoritoki, died in the battle field in 1057, the clan beat the Yoriyoshi army in November through the Kawasaki no saku (stockades of Kawasaki).
  450. Although his financial reform wasn't very effective, cultural policy was developed.
  451. Although his force temporarily made TAIRA no Kiyomori and his older brother MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo to retreat, his force was defeated due to Yoshitomo's attack with fire, and he and his father surrendered to Yoshitomo.
  452. Although his further activity was expected, he died suddenly two years later.
  453. Although his future success was expected, he died in January 1, 1904.
  454. Although his grandfather FUJIWARA no Tadatoshi, died young at the age of 46, and his natural father, Kanehira and his brother, Tsunemichi, were not endowed with longevity, he could enjoy a long lifespan, as did his foster-father, Sanesuke.
  455. Although his grandfather was a grandchild of the Emperor Heizei (he was a great-great-grandchild of the Emperor Heizei), Motokata's official court rank or career is unknown.
  456. Although his grave had been in Higashi Otani Cemetery, it was removed, so his remains are kept at Otani Sobyo Mausoleum (Higashi Otani) at present.
  457. Although his graves exist at Sukyo-ji Temple and Tokai-ji Temple, Takuan used to say that he didn't need a grave.
  458. Although his graveyard was in Yukoku-ji Temple (Kumagaya City), his cremains were placed in Nenbutsu Zanmai-do Temple in Mt. Nishi (Komyo-ji Temple (Nagaokakyo City)) according to his will.
  459. Although his half-brother Morosuke was tall, Saneyori was short.
  460. Although his hoi (imina - personal name used by Buddhist priests) was Benen at first and Enni was his priest title, he changed the hoi to Enni later (he had no dogo - a pseudonym as a priest).
  461. Although his hoi (personal name) was Hojo and Mokkei was go (artist name), he is normally called Mokkei.
  462. Although his intelligence had been noted since he was a child, Kasai (main retainer), Kagemasa NAGAO, executed government affairs for Norizane in his first years as Kanto Kanrei.
  463. Although his name has a suffix 'ko,' Umako was a male ('ko' was used in names of men as well as women in ancient Japan).
  464. Although his name is sometimes described as 'Enni Benen,' Enni has no dogo as mentioned above and this name 'Enni Benen' is inappropriate since it describes both the previous hoi and the new hoi.
  465. Although his name is widely known as Nobuyuki, only Nobukatsu, Tatsunari and Nobunari are found in self-issued documents.
  466. Although his name was 'Imoko (妹子),' he was a man (during that period of time, 'ko (子) was used for both male and female names).
  467. Although his name was on the record of march of Shinsengumi (a group who guarded Kyoto during the end of Tokugawa Shogunate), his name is not found on the tombstone in Itabashi.
  468. Although his official court rank was as high as Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) chamberlain, he entered into the priesthood at the age around 40 and lived in east regions including Kamakura.
  469. Although his official rank was low, he presented poems in poetry competitions such as Nyobo utaawase and Tentoku Dairi utaawase of the Imperial Court.
  470. Although his older brother, Nobushige ODA, expressed an objection to property inheritance by Nobunori, the objection was rejected by the bakufu.
  471. Although his older brother, Tadatsune, was given the sanction of 'kaieki' in 1725, Tadayoshi was granted 7,000 koku and were also allowed to maintain their family name as a special case because their family was renowned.
  472. Although his one son and four daughters died early and his adopted son from the Takatsukasa family also died early, Koson (later Myonyo) was born later.
  473. Although his origin is unknown, he became one of the top loyal advocates in the Domain as a result of having contacts with many loyal supporters of the Emperor.
  474. Although his origin is unknown, one theory is that he was the Yoshikado line of the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan, and the son of Nakatsukasa no taifu (Senior Assistant Minister of the Ministry of Central Affairs) FUJIWARA no Tsunetaka, or Buzen no kami (Governor of Buzen Province) FUJIWARA no Kunitaka.
  475. Although his original class was as low as that of a footman, participation in Kihei-tai, an unconventional battalion led by Shinsaku TAKASUGI, gave him an opportunity to succeed (It is believed that he wouldn't have been able to succeed if he, as one from a chugen family, had been born in a different domain.
  476. Although his original last name was written as 川井, it was misspelled as 河井 when written in the birth certificate.
  477. Although his original name was Masakatsu, he identified himself as Tadakatsu, receiving a letter of the name of the second shogun Hidetada TOKUGAWA.
  478. Although his painting life had been smooth until this point, he encountered an unexpected frustration.
  479. Although his parents died when he was a small child, he was supported by the 6th Omotesenke (the house of Omotesen) head, Kakukakusai, and the 7th head, Joshinsai, and was allowed to be a member of the group that established the Shichiji shiki (literally, "seven exercises"; the staff came up with seven exercises of the tea ceremony as a pedagogical device), in spite of his youth.
  480. Although his poems had a big influence on Shinpei KUSANO as a poet, they are not estimated as highly as his paintings.
  481. Although his priesthood lied with Kofuku-ji Temple in Yamato Province, due to his excellence in magic of a non-Buddhist method, he was excommunicated.
  482. Although his promotion became slow after the Emperor Sanjo abdicated the throne in 1016, his practical experience as Benkan (Controller) was appreciated.
  483. Although his promotion was slow, he worked for a long time handling practical works of Daijokan (Grand Council of State) as a benkan and, during this period, he brushed up his knowledge, becoming a court noble who was good at historical facts and practical works.
  484. Although his rank was not high, he was a representative poet during the time of the "Kokin wakashu" (Collection of Ancient and Modern Poems), and participated in a lot of uta-awase (poetry contests) such as the 'Kanpyo kisai no miya no uta awase' (Empress's Contest During the Reign of the Kanpyo Emperor) and the 'Teijiin Uta-awase' (Teijiin Contest).
  485. Although his rank was not high, he was renowned as a poet; in fact, 194 of his poems selected for the Kokinshu and other imperial anthologies.
  486. Although his recorded weight varies from 105 kilograms, 113 kilograms, 120 kilograms to 124 kilograms, he had a muscular body and did not look fat in his pictures.
  487. Although his role is the same as that of Kongo Rikishi, while Kongo Rikishi takes a form of two naked bodies of Misshaku and Naraen, Shukongo-shin is generally formed and placed as a single busho (Japanese military commander).
  488. Although his son took over his work after Ninsei NONOMURA passed away, he eventually withdrew from ceramics due to a lack of skill.
  489. Although his son, Tanetsugu, had been born in the same year (in 737) as the death of his father, Umakai, who served as Sangi (councilor) and Shikibukyo (Minister of the Ministry of Ceremonial), it is mysterious that there is no record of Kiyonari's careers except the record of 'no special rank or title'.
  490. Although his son, the Prince Funado became the Crown Prince by the Emperor Shomu's will when the Emperor died, he was demoted from the Crown Prince due to his bad behavior in 757, then he was tortured and died in prison on the accusation of the involvement in the revolt of TACHIBANA no Naramaro in July of the same year.
  491. Although his surname was Atai, Yamato no Tatsumaro's surname became Muraji in 681, the surname of the entire clan became Muraji in 683 and became Imiki in 685, and Yamato no Nagaoka and Mizumori were promoted to Sukune in the Nara period.
  492. Although his term as Chinju-fu shogun was unknown, he was reappointed as Mutsu no kami again and held the office until January 1154.
  493. Although his territorial land value is unknown, it is pointed out that, inferred from the mobilization of warriors, he may have received 20,000- to 50,000-koku shoryo.
  494. Although his vaccine development was half a century later than a British doctor Edward JENNER, Shisei's vaccine allowed lower incidence and therefore has been highly recognized globally.
  495. Although his younger brother Tanekiyo (胤清) died at the age of 16, his youngest brother Michiuji lived long, and was allowed to possess an estate in Yamaoka-no-sho, Inba County, Shimousa Province.
  496. Although his younger brothers, Imperial Prince Sanehito and Imperial Prince Sukehito, were strong candidates for the Imperial succession, he passed the throne to his son Imperial Prince Taruhito, so that his younger brothers (and the nobles supporting them) would give up their hopes for the throne.
  497. Although historically 'Hanzo HATTORI' was less a ninja than a leader of Igamono (a generic name referring to the local samurai of Iga Province), he is now recognized as one of the most famous Iga ninjas.
  498. Although historically an adjective, the opposite of 'iki,' it is used much broadly than 'iki' in daily life.
  499. Although history textbooks also use the terms 'tenjiku-yo' and 'kara-yo'.
  500. Although hoshi-imo is frequently made at home due to its simple recipe, some tricks are required in steaming.
  501. Although hotels and restaurants also exist, they don't have the facilities for hot spring bathing inside the building (the fact that the climate in Europe, especially in west and east Europe, is not so humid as Japan is a big reason why the culture of bathing has not developed).
  502. Although housing has been influenced by modernist architecture that deny past building styles, houses that have been designed to suit the Japanese climate have come to be more favored than traditional Japanese style houses.
  503. Although hydroelectric power generation was not included in the initial plan, utilizing the ideas Tanabe and other engineers picked up during their study tour in the US, they built Japan's first hydroelectric power station, Keage Power Plant, and it started its operation in 1891.
  504. Although ichinen sanzen was originally created and developed by the Tendai sect, Nichiren succeeded the principle of ichinen sanzen and regarded it as the ultimate principle of the Buddhism.
  505. Although identifying with those living in seclusion the author doesn't show a pessimistic view of life.
  506. Although ikebana had been exclusive for the people of samurai and court noble society until then, this school contributed to make it spread among ordinary people.
  507. Although ikki was ostensibly prohibited during the Edo period, there was actually a period of time during which the so-called hyakusho ikki (peasant uprisings) regularly broke out as the peasantry sought to exercise their rights.
  508. Although immeiately before the resignation he ordered Brill Passenger Car for Kyushu Railway Brill from J. G. Brill and Company in the United States, however it had never used satisfactorily since it had arrived in Japan after Kyushu Railway was nationalized by Railway Nationalization Act.
  509. Although imotoama was shocked and deplored when she returned, Ukifune felt at ease after having become a nun.
  510. Although imperial succession by direct descendants was ideal, a male successor to the throne was not always assured, and at all times there was the risk that the line of succession could be severed.
  511. Although imperial tombs are generally constructed facing the south, the tomb of the Emperor Go-Daigo faces north.
  512. Although imported goods were used in older times, domestic ones have increased since the Heian period and today few imports are used in Japanese temples.
  513. Although in "Mutsu Waki" there was also a story where he cut the neck of FUJIWARA no Tsunekiyo with a dull sword like beating, this is far more savage.
  514. Although in (忌) also means neat, it is used in negative sense in most cases after Heian period.
  515. Although in China, the reading of classification in Buddhist scriptures and that of the original classification are the same, in Japan, there is the difference between the two.
  516. Although in Denpodo, foundation stones were used under the pillars, seldom seen in buildings of those days, and at Heijo-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in current Nara) in the Nara period a hottate bashira (an earth fast post) was adopted in the most of the buildings which had been succeeded since the Kofun period (tumulus period).
  517. Although in Japanese mythology Tsukuyomi is considered equally as important as Amaterasu and Susanoo, he (or she) appears in "Kojiki" and "Nihon Shoki" much less often and is generally less active.
  518. Although in a broader definition, eggs may be cooked without being beaten, this article describes egg dishes in which the eggs are beaten.
  519. Although in historical materials, there is no specific citation to the contents of the code, it is positioned as an extremely important law, and attracts the attention of historians.
  520. Although in many modern pictures of specters she is conveniently depicted as an old woman as her name suggests, some believe that it is small animals such as Japanese minks or raccoon dogs that throw sand while others believe it to be the work of a specter of an old woman.
  521. Although in principle it is the Sanbon-shobu (three-point match), the Ippon-shobu (one-point match) is also accepted.
  522. Although in some descriptions Negoroshu and Saikashu are mistaken for each other, in fact they have both completely different points and very similar points.
  523. Although in terms of content the Naikaku-kansei largely continued along the same lines as those of its predecessor, the Naikaku-shokken, it did weaken the power and authority of the Prime Minister.
  524. Although in the case of beer, sweet wort is fermented after it is completely saccharified, this is a significant feature of sake brewing that a process in which saccharification and fermentation are carried out in parallelism, exists.
  525. Although in the early medieval ages a kamon (family) was usually limited only to the direct male line, during the prime of the medieval ages a kamon (family) would include several families.
  526. Although in the example the date of death differs by one day, a new year had started in the Christian calendar.
  527. Although in the first few years they made programs only for their biggest shareholder, NET (now called TV Asahi), they soon made use of opportunities to conclude wide-ranging contracts with other TV stations.
  528. Although in the past, Mizuhiki has been a product provided by professional artisans as Kazarihimo for an envelope and as a figurine to be attached to a gift, people are starting to make Mizuhiki as a hobby.
  529. Although in those days people did not call such a action including petition by a specific name, the peasants called it 'Oshidashi' (literally, 'pushing').
  530. Although included in 'Three Elements in Composing a Noh Play,' the names of the writers have been added.
  531. Although initially Patch didn't necessarily refer to underwear, 'Patch' today means, mainly in the Kansai region, wool or cotton clothing worn over trunks or briefs and underneath the pants.
  532. Although inner-court members of the Imperial Family, the Crown Prince, the Consort of the Crown Prince and their children set up a separate household, independent of the Emperor.
  533. Although insecticides and antiseptics can be applied, it is necessary to check if those chemicals can be applied to places in which people lead daily lives.
  534. Although interrupted in the middle, this trade lasted until 1638.
  535. Although is in fact the main inner core (moya) of the temple that is 33 ken long and, from the outside, the building itself is 35 ken.
  536. Although ishi-bocho means a knife made of stone in Japanese, it was not used for the cooking of fish, meat and vegetable, and it is believed that the tool was used to cut off the rice ear from rice in the time of rice harvesting.
  537. Although it aims for the Jodo Shinshu sect, it doesn't have strong relations with other religious communities of Jodo Shinshu sects in terms of religious principles, as it has adopted the two honzon (principal image of Buddha) of Shaka Nyorai (Shakyamuni) and Amida Nyorai (Amitabha Tathagata).
  538. Although it also advocates the axiom of Chudo (moderation), it is called 'Tanchu-no-ri' (the theory of only Chudo) because what it advocates is mere Chudo that is separated from two axioms of Ku and Ke.
  539. Although it appeared as though Niigasa's children stood no chance of succeeding the imperial throne, Empress Inoe was suddenly dethroned in 722 for plotting to commit treason using a curse.
  540. Although it became a state of overproduction around this time, production increase continued and finally the price tumbled in 1972 due to the high yield and the commencement of import liberalization of grape fruits in this year.
  541. Although it became popular after the Kansei Reforms and its popularity reached the peak during the Bunka and Bunsei eras, it declined around the end of the Edo period.
  542. Although it became the base for the new government's forces, the Akita Domain was isolated and attacked from the south by the Shonai Domain, from the southeast by the Sendai Domain, and from the northeast by the Nanbu Domain.
  543. Although it becomes a heavily debated topic when he tries to begin a career as a Nohgakushi, more and more people slowly begin to accept him.
  544. Although it belongs to the same line as the Shimazubon, it was copied before the Shimazubon and is not a transcription from it.
  545. Although it can be activated, it freezes when a certain procedure is operated.
  546. Although it can be activated, it restarts when a certain procedure is operated.
  547. Although it can be drawn with little power and will shoot an arrow strongly, it can not be used continuously.
  548. Although it can be said that it was typical of Hideyoshi's way of using people effectively, it resulted in the conflict between Budan-ha including Kiyomasa KATO and Bunchi-ha including Mitsunari ISHIDA after Hideyoshi's death.
  549. Although it can be said that she was established with her aunt FUJIWARA no Nobuko and a cousin FUJIWARA no Takaiko as well the cornerstone of Sekkan (regent to the emperor) government of Yoshifusa, namely the Fujiwara family, she never wanted to go mainstream.
  550. Although it cannot be concluded that these scrolls were those stored in the treasure house of the Rengeo-in Temple, these scrolls are considered to be produced in the period of the Emperor Goshirakawa, that is, around the 12th century.
  551. Although it changes depending on the climate for the year, the first snow of the season generally falls in November and can continue to fall until as late as April.
  552. Although it circulated even after the Meiji Restoration, it was officially forbidden to be used on December 31, 1891.
  553. Although it could be said that Saionji had been a political opponent of Atsumaro, he greatly admired Fumimaro's intelligence and willingly supported him. unsparingly.
  554. Although it deals with material that could have dramatic developments, it does not become confrontational.
  555. Although it declined temporarily after in the latter part of the Muromachi period, Myonin tried to restore it during the early part of the Edo period and his disciple Jogon used the title of 'Shingon Risshu sect' formally for the first time.
  556. Although it depended on the domain, generally hanko aimed at 'both academics and sports': pupils entered school at the age of seven or eight and learned reading and writing at first; subsequently, they learned military art and graduated at the age of 14, or from age 15 to 20.
  557. Although it depends on the degree, in the case that the symptom of the rice allergy is not serious, the patient may be able to eat pre-washed rice or hypoallergenic rice.
  558. Although it depends on the school, daisu can be used as a formal stand as well as nagaita.
  559. Although it depends on the status of the family concerned, it is not uncommon to see a case, especially in the case of funerals, where fuse of hundreds of thousands of yen to more than one million yen is requested.
  560. Although it didn't say "Hogen," it seems likely that the description 'Heiji, Heike and others' includes "Hogen."
  561. Although it does not appear in the books of the Edo period this tree has been treated as one of the yakuboku since ancient times.
  562. Although it does not have the chapter "Ukifune" (A Boat upon the Waters), 53 chapters out of 54 chapters survived.
  563. Although it escaped being burned down by Nobunaga ODA, after early modern times, it went into ruin, so only the first and second stories remained, and the third story was no more.
  564. Although it eventually declined, it ruled the shrines and Shinto priests nationwide during the Edo period as Shinto honjo.
  565. Although it furnished a topic of conversation due to its novelty and people's curiosity, personal preferences on its distinctive taste were sharply divided, and so it frequently finished selling without becoming a standard product.
  566. Although it generally refers to chuka-man (Chinese steamed bun), in Hokkaido, it refers to a sweet with bean paste filling wrapped in the pancake-like dough (chukadane "中花種" in terms of Japanese traditional confectionery) made from flour, sugar and egg.
  567. Although it generally refers to the syncretism of Japanese faith in Jingi (gods of heaven and earth) and Buddhism, in a broad sense, it may refer to a syncretism of an indigenous belief and Buddhistic that had happened in various parts of the world as Buddhism was spread.
  568. Although it had been assumed that his grave was Koganezuka referable mausoleum in Tanaka-cho, Nara City, Nara Prefecture, excavation research conducted in February 2009 revealed that the mausoleum was someone else's grave.
  569. Although it had been called Nagaoka-cho, Otokuni-gun before city status was granted, the city was named Nagaokakyo City because the city named 'Nagaoka City' already existed in Niigata Prefecture.
  570. Although it had been lost for a long time since then, an old manuscript of the two-volume dictionary composed of 18 chapters was dug up from the Momijiyama Library by Genkan TAKI, who served as a doctor in the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), and it came to be handed down again to posterity.
  571. Although it had been planned to be completed by the end of March 2008, the work fell behind schedule, and it is currently due to be completed at the end of June 2008.
  572. Although it had been ruled by Shugo in name only, it suddenly became the land of Hidenaga TOYOTOMI and the directly controlled land of Hideyoshi next, and the land survey in the Tensho era and Sword hunt (to confiscate the weapons of the enemies of the new regime in order to secure the position of a new ruler) were implemented.
  573. Although it had following characters, it did not make a unified appeal representing Meirokusha or a bulletin (for example, for or against an introduction of democratic representatives).
  574. Although it hardly has any chance to be used today, it doesn't mean it is never used.
  575. Although it has a high stem, because the stem is very hard it has excellent resistance to lodging.
  576. Although it has a low shinpaku manifestation rate, it has an excellent brewing aptitude and area adaptive nature.
  577. Although it has already been mentioned above, the consecutive chapters are often gathered into one group and referred to as follows:
  578. Although it has become almost an obsolete word today, its meaning has changed to indicate traditional arts covering mainly traditional Japanese music of early-modern times as well as other concerned music.
  579. Although it has been confirmed that he was a real-life person, the name of Mitsuyoshi was first referred to in historical writings around the time when Mitsuhide constructed Kameyama-jo Castle in Tanba no kuni (Tanba Province) (Kameyama City, Kyoto Prefecture), and neither his distinguished service in war nor other contribution is known.
  580. Although it has been cultivated across Japan ever since, Yamada-nishiki produced in Hyogo Prefecture accounts for 80% of the national yield.
  581. Although it has been passed down that he was constitutionally weak, it is still largely doubted, even if that is the case, why he was conferred neither court ranks nor official positions given the fact that he was a member of the Imperial Family and a person who lived up to his full age.
  582. Although it has been repaired often, it is basically the original one made in the Nara period.
  583. Although it has been said to be a work of Zeami, due to the fact that Zeami himself has written that a part of the play was 'the tune of Konparu ("Sarugaku Dangi," Zeami's talk on his own art),' there is speculation that a Noh piece with this title already existed at his time.
  584. Although it has long been believed that he was born in 1432, recent theories have suggested the year 1456.
  585. Although it has many descendant varieties of rice both for cooking and for brewing, the original Kameno-o breed became no more produced in 1970.
  586. Although it has not been confirmed, the person has been identified as Kuniyoshi through the date and common name.
  587. Although it has not been used since the Zhou period, a tan (端) represents 2 jo (unit of length, 1 jo is equal to 3.03 meters) that is 20 shaku (unit of length, approximately equal to 30.3 centimeters).
  588. Although it has three years of missing accounts, it contains the whole "The Omitted Portion of Azuma Kagami," and other than this there are hundreds of daily entries which exist only in the Yoshikawabon.
  589. Although it is Ryoge no kan (class outside of the Ritsuryo system), it was recorded that appointments were first made even before the Ritsuryo system was established.
  590. Although it is a basin, in winter the climate is mild and comfortable.
  591. Although it is a fact that Munizo YUKI has not been objectively confirmed to have been registered to the Shinsengumi, he was not a swindler-like person as some have referred to him as.
  592. Although it is a framework formed in the above-mentioned "Unshu Meibutsu cho", today it sometimes indicates upper grade tea utensils among meibutsu.
  593. Although it is a kind of messianism, it shows the strong idea of an agricultural people that considers Miroku as a spirit of grain and that the world of Miroku is a peaceful world with a good harvest of rice.
  594. Although it is a large keyhole-shaped tomb mound, its front square part has disappeared, and only a part of its rear round part remains now.
  595. Although it is a leading school in the Mount Koya tradition of esoteric Buddhism, it is not included in the Yataku Konpon Juniryu (12 schools of Hirosawa School and Ono School).
  596. Although it is a lined garment, the unused part of the outer material is folded back and used as the lining cloth, which is a process called "Hikikaechinourauchi."
  597. Although it is a new work in the Meiji period, the scene is still presented only in 'Kinpira Joruri' (a type of sung narrative with shamisen accompaniment) which has tremendous impact on 'Shoki Joruri' (Joruri in the early time) and 'Aragoto' (rough style of kabuki acting).
  598. Although it is a one-act without intermission, it can be separated into five scenes; 'Trip to Ataka,' 'Reading out kanjincho,' 'Thrashing Yoshitsune,' 'Dialogue between the master and the servant getting out of trouble' and 'Feast after Togashi runs after them.'
  599. Although it is a pass, it is a low-angled, good line-shaped four-lane roadway without a winding slope.
  600. Although it is a popular story in Kabuki and Ningyo Joruri that one protects his or her lord at the sacrifice of his or her own child, some audiences feel strange about it.
  601. Although it is a relatively early piece of Tokiwazu music, this two-part epic is considered a masterpiece.
  602. Although it is a residue after producing tofu, it is rich in nutrients.
  603. Although it is a simple story, it is an enjoyable play in which the audience are attracted to the style and skill of the actors.
  604. Although it is a small article only 37 cm high, it is provided with elaborately made sukashi-bori in many places and it is one of the representative works of smithing in the Kamakura period.
  605. Although it is a small statue, many nonyuhin (goods stored inside the statue) were contained in the statue.
  606. Although it is a special train, the denomination 'rapid' was revived for the first time in six-and-a-half years.
  607. Although it is a temporary facility during an international exhibition, some are preserved after the exhibition.
  608. Although it is a very famous painting nowadays, it was barely known during the Edo period.
  609. Although it is a wasteland, I came here because this is the place to remember the deceased prince.
  610. Although it is a world where pain and anger are constantly rampant, it is not a hellish place and pain can be largely attributed to oneself in this world.
  611. Although it is a world with so much pain, it is believed that pleasure may come after a succession of pain.
  612. Although it is alleged that the ancestor of the family could be traced to HATA no Kawakatsu, who served Prince Shotoku, the validity of the allegation is yet to be identified.
  613. Although it is also abbreviated as chaya, we should pay attention not to confuse machiai-chaya with other styles of chaya.
  614. Although it is also possible to make a correlation between tennyo and hermits (female hermits) within folklore, the difference between the two is ambiguous.
  615. Although it is also said that Munenari was instigated by the siblings of Fujiwara no Nakanari and Kusuko, the details are not clear.
  616. Although it is an adaptation, it is widely known as a film that reproduces the atmosphere of the original work most precisely.
  617. Although it is an invisible creature, only making sounds, Shigeru MIZUKI depicted it through his imagination as a creature of round head with legs sticking out from it, with its big funny mouth opened as if it is smiling (the depiction is no more than a creation by Mizuki).
  618. Although it is an onsen-machi (a town developed around hot springs), it has prestige being referred to as a salon of the Kansai area whereby there are no establishments such as brothels and that sort of people (such as prostitutes) are not allowed in ryokan (Japanese style inn) or hotels.
  619. Although it is an original drawing (color painting on paper), it was sold by Hanmoto, Yohachi NISHIMURAYA.
  620. Although it is appreciated positively depending on the degree of fragrance and sake quality, the fact that "sake has kigashu" is often a cause of point deduction in kanpyokai, etc.
  621. Although it is believed that Kokuheisha was set up because hafuribe at shrines in distant provinces had difficulty in traveling to the capital city, some significant shrines in distant provinces were classified as Kanpeisha.
  622. Although it is believed that Taishu of Shinno-ningoku received their salary but gave other revenues to Muhon-Shinno (Imperial prince without court rank) (inclusive of Imperial Princesses without official position), the details are not clear.
  623. Although it is believed to have derived from the shakuhachi used in gagaku, details are unknown.
  624. Although it is best for hoyo to be held on the shotsuki meinichi, if it is impossible to be held on the day, it generally will be held before the day.
  625. Although it is called "yellow" koji, its color is actually closer to green or yellow green in reality.
  626. Although it is called 'Kokuzo Bosatsu' at present, it is believed that the name was given by the people at a later time when they believed that Prince Shotoku was the incarnation of Kokuzo Bosatsu, and the statue's original name is unknown.
  627. Although it is called 'ochi,' it is rather similar to kusuguri (making the audience or the readers laugh with the entertainment and writings on purpose) in rakugo.
  628. Although it is called 'yaki' (stir-frying), it is completely different from the so-called yaki udon noodles (stir-fried udon noodles) and is actually in the category of hot pot.
  629. Although it is called Kameishi, some people think it has a feature of a frog rather than a turtle because of the triangle shaped face and eyes protruding upward.
  630. Although it is called a hyakushu, of versions that survive, while some have one hundred poems, others do not.
  631. Although it is called a kabuto (helmet) it is made from gorgeous brocade and baudekin and the colors vary subtly among the different types of gagaku.
  632. Although it is called his 'birthplace,' it is not a house of the Edo period, but this facility, which stands where the Nagatani family's house used to be, is a smaller newly built house with a thatched roof than the family's house.
  633. Although it is called kizami (shredded), it is not finely-shredded like leaves in a cigarette, but dried leaves are layered and cut thinly like a thread by a knife or a plane.
  634. Although it is called pork bone broth soy sauce, unlike Hakata ramen (or Nagahama ramen), it is considered a derivative of the thick type owing to its distinct sweet and thick soup which is mixed with chicken bone.
  635. Although it is clear the place of origin for mokkanbo (wooden coffin grave) is not yet known, it is a burial system not found in the Jomon culture therefore it is considered as a burial system introduced from the Korean Peninsula.
  636. Although it is common to use hoba (leaves of magnolia), recipes greatly differ among regions.
  637. Although it is commonly believed that Ieyasu TOKUGAWA founded the Edo shogunate, there is another theory that suggests an imposter took the place of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA at some stage of his life.
  638. Although it is commonly believed that Katsumoto died of illness, there was also an assassination theory involving the Yamana faction.
  639. Although it is commonly believed that he died young on May 20, 1610, there is another convincing theory that he lived in seclusion until 1610, left for to the capital, and died in 1641 at the age of 53.
  640. Although it is commonly known as Taketori Monogatari, it was also called Taketori no Okina no Monogatari (The Tale of the Old Bamboo Cutter) or Kaguyahime no Monogatari (The Tale of Princess Kaguya).
  641. Although it is considered that 'Ichinomiya,' 'Ninomiya,' and 'Sannomiya' were Takebe-jinja Shrine, Hiyoshi-taisha Shrine, and Taga-taisha Shrine or Mikami-jinja Shrine, respectively, it is probable that Hiyoshi-jinja Shrine, which was deeply related with Enryaku-ji Temple on Mt. Hiei, actually had a strong power.
  642. Although it is considered that he committed this act to implicitly urge the Retired Emperor Gosaga to reconsider, his attempt incurred the Retired Emperor's wrath by contraries and resulted in his expulsion from the Imperial Court.
  643. Although it is considered to have come into being in Osaka (or Kyoto), and it has been existing since the Meiji period, Nuku-zushi was removed from the menu in many regions because it might be unprofitable because of the time-consuming cooking.
  644. Although it is counted among diary literature, in the actual form when produced it is considered to have been written at one time.
  645. Although it is criticized as having many insufficient castigations, what contributes to the world of Buddhism and the research on Buddhism is the 100 volumes of "Taisho Shinshu Daizo-kyo Sutra" (Taisho Issai-kyo Kanko-kai, 大正一切経刊行会) produced under the editorship of Junjiro TAKAKUSU and Kaikyoku WATANABE.
  646. Although it is described as a sword above, there are various theories about the exact origin of the naginata, and many remains unknown.
  647. Although it is different in a thought, it is substantially the same as the following theory of tenjo (in the sky).
  648. Although it is difficult to establish a common definition because actual rank and method of rule differed depending between the bakufu (shogunate) and each clan.
  649. Although it is doubtful whether the clan name 'Katsuraki' actually existed before the establishment of the system of clans and hereditary titles, this clan name is employed here for the sake of convenience.
  650. Although it is entitled "Kokon Hyakumonogatari Hyoban," it may be simply called "Hyakumonogatari Hyoban."
  651. Although it is estimated as a work of the seventh century, another theory states that it dates further back.
  652. Although it is expected to be utilized widely because of such reasons, only Hakusan (Hakusan Kikusake, Hakusan City, Ishikawa Prefecture, designated in December 2005) has obtained the designation as sake as of March 2008.
  653. Although it is famous for its pork ramen, super-spicy ramen (presently very spicy ramen, slightly spicy ramen, and the like) has a solid reputation among super-spicey lovers.
  654. Although it is famous that there is a grave of TOYOTOMI clan at the Okunoin of Kongobuji Temple, there is no tomb of Hideyoshi.
  655. Although it is formal to visit the person and give a gift, in many cases, gifts are sent directly (actually via home delivery service) from shops like department stores.
  656. Although it is futarimai (dance in pairs) in Koma-ichikotsucho (one of Japanese chromatic scale based on Em) that belongs in uho (the right side), also known as Komagaku music, the piece is called 'Rakuson' when performed as hitorimai (solo dance).
  657. Although it is generally believed that the Portuguese introduced matchlocks to Japan and that the European-style ones were brought in as they were, most Portuguese called Nanban-jin (literally, southern barbarians) in Japan at that time were actually not directly from Portugal.
  658. Although it is generally considered to be a closing party after a ritual, the naorai is actually one of the constituent elements of the ritual.
  659. Although it is generally considered to have been authored by Gene, a monk who lived during the period of the Northern and Southern Courts, this has not been confirmed.
  660. Although it is generally difficult to differentiate between 'danjiri' and the music 'danriji-bayashi,' 'danjiri-bayashi' in 'hetari' style (which refers to the performance without the drawing of danjiri) is also generally popular as a representative music at events such as the Tenjin Festival of Osaka Tenman-gu Shrine.
  661. Although it is generally said that hosonaga is 'a kimono worn by a young lady,' there are examples found here and there in literature of women over 30 wearing hosonaga, so the common idea is doubtful.
  662. Although it is getting rare recently because of consideration for hygiene, at some traditional kushikatsu bars, towels to wipe your hands with are hung from the ceilings.
  663. Although it is historically called Hino Castle, it may be called Nakano Castle based on the geographical name in Hino Town, in order to distinguish it from Otowa Castle, which was built by the Gamo clan in the same town during the Middle Ages.
  664. Although it is honkyoku, danmono is played with other instruments.
  665. Although it is in its third generation now, the present owner only took over the store name and has nothing to do with the founder.
  666. Although it is just one of the religious services for the ancestors of the Imperial Household, Emperor Jinmu is treated differently from the other successive emperors.
  667. Although it is kept strictly as a secret Buddha and not shown to the public, it is one of the oldest examples of Japanese Fudo Myoo statues.
  668. Although it is known as Shikyo War (Four Borders War), the original plan of the bakufu was to attack Choshu from five directions.
  669. Although it is known that he drew many paintings such as Ryokai mandara and Amida Nyorai-zo (the statue of Amida Tathagata), none of his works exist today.
  670. Although it is little known to the general public, basically Sando (the approach to Shinto shrine) is an approach for gods who descend and live in shrines.
  671. Although it is made from the same ingredients as somen, because it is wide and the wound part is three-dimensional with a shape similar to conchiglie, it cannot be classified as somen according to the JAS standard.
  672. Although it is made with greasy mayonnaise, it contains various kinds of sour or pungent ingredients and this makes it popular as those deep fried dishes are eaten refreshingly with it.
  673. Although it is mentioned that 'some manuscripts have this chapter, and others do not,' the apparent text is quoted in as many as thirteen places and includes annotations.
  674. Although it is mostly black like the haori for men with family crests, it is a dyed coat with only one white family crest on the back side.
  675. Although it is mostly read 'Machi-shu' today, it was apparently read 'Cho-shu' according to the historical materials in that period including "Setsuyo-shu" (a book on oriental medicine written by Waichi SUGIYAMA in the 1610s) and "Nippojisho" (Japanese-Portuguese dictionary, published 1603-1604).
  676. Although it is nenju of the Shingon sect, which is composed of 108 beads, its characteristics are the use of beads made from two kinds of materials, as well as tassels composed of strings of five different colors.
  677. Although it is no longer seen in Japan apart from sightseeing, in some developing countries in Asia and elsewhere it is still a very common sight.
  678. Although it is not a unshu mikan, Golden Orange is the most popular cultivar in this area.
  679. Although it is not certain when Japanese people began to make liquor from rice, but it seems to be after rice cropping, especially wet-rice cultivation, had been established and its stable harvesting had become possible.
  680. Although it is not certain when spork has been started using at school lunch, these eating utensils which can be mass-produced by press copies from the master came to be used at school lunch in schools such as elementary school from 1950s to 1960s.
  681. Although it is not certain, it is assumed that the name of this 'Korean-style Kannon' was invented by Tenshin OKAKURA, who was researching cultural properties in the Nara area at the time.
  682. Although it is not certified, it is said that he might have died at Rakan-ji Temple in Mito where he received mokujiki-kai.
  683. Although it is not clear if the anecdote is true, it is possible.
  684. Although it is not clear to what extent Ejo was involved in their conversion, it can easily be surmised that he played a not small role.
  685. Although it is not clear when hibachi were first used, the oldest existing hibachi is believed to be one known as 'Dairiseki sei Sankyaku tsuki Hoya' (three-legged marble hoya) stored in the Shoso-in Treasure Repository, although some people claim it is a combined hibachi and koro.
  686. Although it is not clear when, Kagetoki was appointed to Samurai-dokoro shoshi (deputy).
  687. Although it is not clear who (Kunifusa, MINAMOTO no Mitsukuni, MINAMOTO no Mitsunobu, Mitsuhira TOKI) was the ancestor of the Toki clan due to various theories based on the genealogy and other materials, the theory that Mitsuhira was the ancestor of the Toki clan is the most widely accepted one.
  688. Although it is not clear who was close to Kanemitsu HIGUCHI in the clan, there is the mention of Ienaga in the following section.
  689. Although it is not clear, but a theory holds that he passed away right after August, 1339.
  690. Although it is not clearly known when the current style of samue appeared, it is certainly not older than Meiji period, and one estimate suggests that it was first used at Eihei-ji Temple between 1965 and 1974.
  691. Although it is not directly related to actual Yoshihide and derived indirectly, there are many names and signs that originated from Saburo ASAHINA in the legend in Yamato-cho.
  692. Although it is not exactly a thriving form of performing art, new trends in kodan have gradually arisen.
  693. Although it is not exactly certain when Masanobu KANO went to Kyoto, whom he studied under and when he became the official painter for the Muromachi shogunate, it is clear (according to certain records) that Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA, the eighth Shogun of the Muromachi shogunate, gave him an important position.
  694. Although it is not frequently used these days, Hifu with sleeves and without sleeves for girls at festivals to celebrate children's growth to wear over kimono are sold.
  695. Although it is not fully reliable, but there is a description that he belonged to the Ichibangumi-tai (first squad) of the Shinsengumi lead by Soshi OKITA.
  696. Although it is not generally known, Soseki contracted smallpox, and because of the scars, he had a sense of inferiority about his appearance.
  697. Although it is not known exactly where Makibi died or where his tomb is, there is one tomb called "KIBI zuka" (KIBI zuka tomb) in the precinct of Nara University of Education of Nara City, which is believed to be Makibi's tomb.
  698. Although it is not known since when, it seems that he became a retainer of Yoshitake ASHIKAGA who had a close connection with Mino Province and the Toki clan in Mino Province, and served as an attendant at the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun, in this case Muromachi Shogunate).
  699. Although it is not known when the abacus, used for everyday calculations until the time the electronic calculator became widely used, was introduced to Japan, there is an explanation of the method of calculating using an abacus in "Warizan sho" (the Book of Division) written by Shigeyoshi MORI in 1622.
  700. Although it is not known whether it was a tsuboyaki, it is said that the characters '焼栄螺' (burnt turbo) appeared on the menu card of a banquet hosted by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI when he invited Emperor Goyozei to his Jurakudai residence in 1588.
  701. Although it is not known whether or not the fire had an influence on when the next film was to be produced, the third film released in September became "Shinpen Jakoneko 3: Kaen Kaiketsu-hen" (Masked Cat 3: The Fire was Solved) which was the last of the trilogy, 'Shinpen Jakoneko' (Masked Cat).
  702. Although it is not known which month it was, he lost his lawful wife in an Edohantei (a residence maintained by a daimyo in Edo) in the same year.
  703. Although it is not known who her mother was, it is said that she was the daughter of the wet-nurse of her younger half-brother, MINAMOTO no Yorisada.
  704. Although it is not listed in the Engi-shiki Jimmyo-cho (it is a Shikigesha), it was in charge of official functions of the Imperial Court starting in 987, and in 991was included in the 19 Shrines offering, which was a predecessor to the 22 shrines.
  705. Although it is not necessary that secret techniques are succeeded by heredity, the legitimacy of iemoto is emphasized by transmitting them only to a single pupil.
  706. Although it is not normally open to the public, it may open on special occasions in the spring and fall.
  707. Although it is not prohibited for private businesses, an increasing number of companies have decided as company policy to refuse expensive gifts as an action to readjust empty formalities after the burst of the bubble economy or to ensure ongoing compliance of business activities.
  708. Although it is not seen now, a few years ago believers of Soka Gakkai recited by extending the sound of 'ren' as 'Na-mu-myo-ho-re-nge-kyo-na-mu-,' but Nikken Hoshu recites it as 'Ren-.'
  709. Although it is not settled whether such descriptions were collected in the front matter or the back matter, the contents are largely as follows.
  710. Although it is not shrine ranking, in order to distinguish Gokoku-jinja Shrine (shrine honoring war dead) between local shrines and shrines under government protection, the latter was classified as Gokoku-jinja Shrine designated by the Minister of Home Affairs.
  711. Although it is not the main raw material, it is noted here because it is an important factor for sake brewing.
  712. Although it is not the same as the myth described above, in Greece, the ear of wheat (Spica) in the hand of the Virgin (Demeter) is called the star of wheat.
  713. Although it is often referred to as scenic in itself, the completion of this bridge has also provided residents of the Oura district of Maizuru City with significantly improved access to the city area.
  714. Although it is often said that this is one of two days a year when "the lengths of day and night will be equal," actually, the day is longer than the night.
  715. Although it is often treated as chuson (the center statue of three or more statues) in Besson mandara (Mandara of individual deities) of Zo-mitsu (the Mixed Esoteric Buddhism), it doesn't appear in Ryokai mandara (Mandara of the two Realms) of Jun-mitsu (The Pure Esoteric Buddhism).
  716. Although it is one of Sotatsu's masterpieces, it was not widely known about until the 1960s because it was exported to the U.S. during the late Meiji Period.
  717. Although it is one of the most important ceremonies among the Imperial-Family events, the ceremony of Emperor Gokashiwabara, who acceded to the throne in 1500, could not be held his due to the Imperial financial condition.
  718. Although it is our everyday experience, we have to say it was his fatal weakness as a head of state.
  719. Although it is paved with asphalt, the road of the pass has sharp slopes and series of narrow section.
  720. Although it is performed in the traditional Kabuki kyogen style, such as using shinnai and takemoto, one can also observe some modern tastes in it such as in the personalities of the characters and the depiction of their psychology.
  721. Although it is played by kangen (gagaku music played with wind instruments and percussion instruments) today, it is said to have been accompanied by dancing in ancient times.
  722. Although it is possible to distinguish performers by using the above-mentioned titles, in fact, they are mostly called by the role name of each program, such as Shu, Tarokaja, Suppa, and Teishu.
  723. Although it is possible to draw comics with just paper and a pencil, generally-read comics are painted with various painting tools.
  724. Although it is possible to have three people ride on a two-seater jinrikisha for sightseeing, the extra fare will be added in most cases due to the considerable weight.
  725. Although it is possible to replenish nutrients artificially with chemical fertilizer, the rice thus obtained is more fragile than its organically grown counterpart, and it has less quality.
  726. Although it is possible, no historical materials containing the name 'Yukimura' has been found, so it is impossible to verify it as matters now stand.
  727. Although it is regarded as a Buddhist event, many parts can not be explained by Buddhist doctrine, and it is considered that the current form is a combination of Japanese traditional folk events and 'Urabon,' a Buddhist festival.
  728. Although it is regarded as a relic in the early Jomon period, it showed no sign of having been used, so it is seen as a relic for religious service.
  729. Although it is relatively new, its collections include books that had been stored by Kyoto Prefectural Library opened in 1898.
  730. Although it is said it was founded before the Nara period, there are several views about the time of foundation and circumstances behind it.
  731. Although it is said that Hideyori was against peace talks from the beginning, peace talks were realized partly because of Yodo-dono's opinion.
  732. Although it is said that Kagetora was physically and mentally fatigued by dispute with the Takeda clan and by mediation of dispute among vassals over territories, he gave up entering priesthood by persuasions of Koiku TENSHITSU, Masakage NAGAO and so on.
  733. Although it is said that Onizaburo DEGUCHI edited the Shinyu from the scripture, Onizaburo DEGUCHI himself stated something doubtful.
  734. Although it is said that Yoshimochi was on bad terms with his father Yoshimitsu, he conducted politics taking Yoshimitsu's intentions into account in his actual basic policy.
  735. Although it is said that Yoshitsune devised this smart attack on his own, because Noriyori expanded his force and marched slowly, it would appear they made a plan to gather 500 strong soldiers led by Kanehira IMAI.
  736. Although it is said that a Sengoku daimyo (Japanese territorial lord in the Sengoku period) called the Ukita clan was derived from him, as there was another theory in regard to the origin of the Ukita clan, it is impossible to decide that the clan was descent from him with absolute certainty.
  737. Although it is said that an elastic band is not attached to Monpe because of shortage of rubber bands during the war, Monpe originally had a band attached to tie around waist instead of an elastic band.
  738. Although it is said that every thing has the Buddha-nature, why does a dog not have it?'
  739. Although it is said that he died of Rogai (tuberculosis) (chronic disease) or cancer, he was not very thin in stature.
  740. Although it is said that he had a son named MINO no Ishimori, he is considered to be a different person from the follower of OTOMO no Tabito.
  741. Although it is said that he used words in a feminine way (such as in a book 'Kinuta satsueijo to boku no seishun' (literally, The Kinuta Studio and My Youth) by Hideo ONCHI.), there are no other specific episodes that prove his sexuality.
  742. Although it is said that he was a younger brother of Kagekado KATO, there were a lot of uncertain points about his real picture.
  743. Although it is said that his first son was Nobumasa ODA, Nobutada ODA was his legitimate son.
  744. Although it is said that people tend to lose the ability to remember things if they eat Myoga, it contains no such component.
  745. Although it is said that punishment against Tokitada was reduced by one rank from death because of his merits of having protected the sacred mirror (Article in June 22 for "Azuma Kagami"), it is questionable if the death sentence was really intended, because Tokitada was not a samurai but a civilian.
  746. Although it is said that she was the wife of Yoshisada NITTA (his legally wedded wife was a daughter of the Ando clan), descriptions of her relationships with Yoshisada NITTA are included only in "Taiheiki" (The Record of the Great Peace) and it is highly likely that they were imagenary, considering chronological estimates and others.
  747. Although it is said that the hot springs were discovered by Dengyo Daishi Saicho (伝教大師最澄) about 1,200 years ago, another story written below exists.
  748. Although it is said that the leader of Ichibangumi of the Shinsengumi, Soji OKITA used Norimune-made swords, Norimune's swords were treated as a national treasure at the end of the Edo period, so it was impossible for Okita to obtain one.
  749. Although it is said that the society became better or this is the Meiji Restoration, it is only a change of government from bakufu to Saccho (the Satsuma domain and the Choshu domain).'
  750. Although it is said they played exclusively for the Hosho school during the Edo period, Gozaemon ITOKU, who was the head of this school of the early Edo period, lost his father when he was still young and he learned drum play from a kotsuzumi (small hand drum) player of the Hosho school named Gorohisayoshi KO.
  751. Although it is said to be 16 years old, it looks aged.
  752. Although it is said to be Inishiki no mikoto's tomb, there is no evidence and it is currently under the control of the Imperial Household Agency.
  753. Although it is said to correspond to Nishikyogoku-oji of Heiankyo, it lies slightly to the east.
  754. Although it is self-reliant, it is hard for it to bear seeds by pollination and usually becomes seedless due to strong female sterility.
  755. Although it is set during the times of the Onin War, the current play looks like it is set durng the Edo period, with some influence of Katsureki (a Kabuki style that emphasizes on historical facts) during the Meiji period.
  756. Although it is slender, its basic shape is nearly the same as today's shamisen.
  757. Although it is small in size, it has an elaborate structure, and is full of scenes of brutal murder, and even includes the element of a comedy.
  758. Although it is small in size, it is a representative work of statues of Aizenmyoo in Japan.
  759. Although it is smaller than the Kon-do Hall of big temples in Fujiwara-kyo (the Fujiwara Palace; the ancient capital of Fujiwara) and Heijo-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in current Nara), it seems to have the same scale as when it was founded.
  760. Although it is sometimes called simply 'introduction of Buddhism,' the expression 'official introduction' is often used because it had been already introduced as a private belief before the official introduction as mentioned below.
  761. Although it is sometimes considered that it is a deity and called Fukujin or Fuku no Kami in Shinto, and it is one of the Tenbu (group of Protectors of Buddhist Laws) and called Fukuden in Buddhism, there is no strict distinction.
  762. Although it is sometimes misunderstood that the underground shopping area of Zest Oike is also connected to Karasuma Oike Station, the area is in fact connected only to Kyoto Shiyakusho-mae Station.
  763. Although it is sometimes mixed up with Mt. Nyoigadake, they are in fact different mountains.
  764. Although it is stated in Imperial Family Law, 'a male member who belongs to Imperial family;' an issue appeared that there are no male Imperial successors in the direct line of the present Imperial family, there is only a female successor, after Imperial Princess Aiko was born.
  765. Although it is still a firm favorite, Naporitan has less frequently been seen with the decrease in the number of privately managed kissaten now that varieties of authentic pasta is available.
  766. Although it is still considered to be authoritative among many Imperial Family records, examination is needed particularly for the ancient part.
  767. Although it is such a tragedy that we are far apart, our marriage will last forever.'
  768. Although it is supposed that a castle had already been built on Sakato-yama Mountain at this time, placed at the center of the manor, it is considered that it was in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan) or later that the castle was constructed on a large scale.
  769. Although it is the central station of Yao City, it is located a little far from the urban district.
  770. Although it is the most common method of classification for ochi in rakugo, there are some shortcomings such as unintegrated points of view, resulting in the emergence of new classifications.
  771. Although it is the prefectural capital, the feature as a core city of Shiga Prefecture is weak since it is located at the southwest end of the prefecture and adjacent to Kyoto City, and it has been developed as a satellite city of Kyoto.
  772. Although it is thought that 'uchikake' was not for common people, some townsmen who has quasi-court noble or quasi-samurai class clad uchikake for rituals of the family.
  773. Although it is thought that he often ordered a massacre, it was only in the battle with the temples when he actually destroyed them without accepting their surrender.
  774. Although it is thought to be the first systematic ritsuryo code in Japanese history, the volumes do not exist and many of the details are unknown.
  775. Although it is time-consuming work, this weaving can produce very elaborate patterns, and a project to reproduce the national treasure 'Genji Monogatari Emaki' (Illustrated Tale of Genji) and Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI's 'Jinbaori (surcoat worn over armor) using a pattern of birds and beasts' in tsuzure ori weaving is under way.
  776. Although it is told that he was a person who lived in the era of the Emperor Genmei or the period around Gangyo era, he is a mysterious person for whom it is not known whether or not he really existed.
  777. Although it is told that his grave existed in Ankoku-ji Temple Rishoto Keiunin, it doesn't exist now because Keiunin was lost by fire.
  778. Although it is told that the Miyaji clan was a branch family of the Mononobe clan or a family descended from Yamato Takeru (no mikoto), the detailed genealogy related to Kunihira is unknown.
  779. Although it is told that, after Iemitsu died on June 8, 1651, different from other concubines, she did no tonsure and changed her name to 'Oume no tsubone' and worked again as Ojoro, little is known about her actual career after that.
  780. Although it is uncertain how much of a role he took during this war, MONONOBE no Muraji Maro and two other servants stayed with Prince Otomo until August 24, the day he committed suicide due to his loss in the battle.
  781. Although it is uncertain when Shinpachi NAGAKURA and Kai SHIMADA met again in Kyoto, Kai SHIMADA seems to have already joined the Shinsengumi by June 1863.
  782. Although it is uncertain whether the Shugei Shuchiin school was operated until the sale or its operation had already ceased by that time, the Shugei Shuchiin school is generally considered to have been operated from 829 to 845.
  783. Although it is uncertain whether this figure is that of the Taki-no-sho Manor of subsequent ages.
  784. Although it is unclear what 'ichiretsu' refers to, some say that it is a corruption of the ichigatsu (January, when the last negotiation failed in January, 1904 immediately before the start of the Russo-Japanese War), or a corruption of 'nichiretsu' (referring to nichi (Japan) verses rekkyo (powerful countries).
  785. Although it is unknown how Prince Takechi and Prince Otsu came to create different groups and escaped separately, Prince Takeichi joined Prince Oama's party the next day on the 25th at the entrance of Mt. Tsumue in Iga.
  786. Although it is unknown the period of the establishment, there had been an office 'Zogukan' before the ritsuryo system was established; on September 8, 701, immediately before the completion of the Taiho Ritsuryo (Taiho Code), Zogukan was renamed Zogushiki.
  787. Although it is unknown what happened to him afterward, it is said that he was given the property with 80 households after the war on July 21, 701 ("Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicle of Japan Continued)).
  788. Although it is unknown when Arakahi was appointed to an Omuraji (a government minister in ancient Japan), his name was first appeared in "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) as Omuraji before Emperor Buretsu's enthronement.
  789. Although it is unknown when it was built, there is a record in which it states Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI ordered the renovation of the bridge, and some ornamental railing tops made at that time remain today.
  790. Although it is unknown whether this incident was the direct cause or not, the Nagai family received 72,000 koku, later.
  791. Although it is unknown who imitated first, Gyouu OGUCHIYA was a great influence on Sukeroku because it is said that it was from this period that the headband of Sukeroku was dyed Edomurasaki purple, the favorite color of OGUCHIYA.
  792. Although it is unsigned, it is a prominent old bell in Japan dating back to the Nara period.
  793. Although it is usually called 'hettsui' in the Kansai region, in Kyoto it was also called 'okudo-san.'
  794. Although it is usually distinguished from kanzashi, the word 簪 (kanzashi) or 髪飾り (hair ornamentation) was often used for a gift catalogue because 'kushi' (櫛) (comb) can be translated into 'kushi' (苦死) (painful death).
  795. Although it is very rare, some girls wear and makeup like maiko (Japanese dancing girl in and around Kyoto or apprentice geigi or geiko) on this day in Kyoto.
  796. Although it is very short, this critique is of equal importance to "Essence of Novels" for the establishment of Japanese modern novels.
  797. Although it is very thin, its spread of sumi ink is good and is strong against insect, so that many literati loved it, as paper used for calligraphic works and paintings.
  798. Although it is widely believed that the East Pagoda was newly established at Heijo-kyo today in the twenty-first century, the dispute has not been settled yet.
  799. Although it is written in the 'Kugyobunin' (Director of Court Nobles) that he died in 1409, there is a diary written in 1410 in his own handwriting.
  800. Although it is written in the introduction section of Kakugan, in fact, the contents of this book fully followed the Volume 29 of "The General Commentaries on Longxing Chronology" in 1164, as pointed out by Yuan CHEN in his works.
  801. Although it isn't officially confirmed, within the Hiroshima area the Mobile Suica can be recharged using the charging machines for ICOCA (strictly speaking, the cell phone should be thin enough to use the charger).
  802. Although it lasted only for 15 years between Meiji and Showa periods, Taisho period saw dynamic changes both within and outside of the country.
  803. Although it looks as if Mishima showed his animosity towards the spiritual death of Japan in the postwar period and cursed it in his work, he uses this rather as a motif and constructs a subtle and minute poetic work.
  804. Although it looks like a bag of rice, it doesn't contain anything.
  805. Although it looks like juzu for Rinzai Sect, juzu for Soto Sect have a distinctive feature of using a metal ring called hyakuhachi-kankin (literally, one hundred and eight golden ring).
  806. Although it made the hyakki yako appearing in setsuwa the subject matter, because it depicts the so-called "tsukumogami," old utensils turned to monsters, it is different from the present meaning of hyakki yako.
  807. Although it may not be expanding nation-wide, it is nevertheless a successful chain that covers a wide area (there are also branches overseas).
  808. Although it may vary according to the times and the painters, bijinga is characterized by stylized woman figures having small eyes, or long-slitted and narrow eyes, and slender faces or faces with large jowls.
  809. Although it may vary widely in shape, auspicious designs, such as a treasure ship, pine tree, crane, tortoise, lobster, etc. are often selected.
  810. Although it mentioned that Shinsengumi was recruited as the bakushin (servants of bakufu) in organizing Koyo Chinbutai (a military unit formed especially for the campaign in Kai province) on February 15, 1868, it actually happened on June 10, 1867.
  811. Although it navigated to Osaka Bay via the Kumano-nada Sea from Ise, some people doubt that a ship that was extremely heavy because of iron plates could pass through the rough Kumano-nada Sea.
  812. Although it never reached the level of prominence enjoyed by the Nijo school, in its rivalry with the Kyogoku school, the Reizei school survived for a very long time.
  813. Although it reached the high watermark in the Muromachi period, it came to decline due to frequent inter-clan conflicts, such as one with the Tendo clan, and Yoshisada MOGAMI was defeated by the Date clan in the battle of Hasedo-jo Castle in 1514 and became under control of the Date clan temporarily.
  814. Although it reads "Aosagi", it is not aosagi (grey heron) but is said to indicate goisagi (young night heron).
  815. Although it received attention because of the four famous directors, the movie that was to be co-directed by the four directors never was actualized.
  816. Although it recieves less attention, the Toyotomi clan and the Rokkaku clan (legitimate family) had many relationships (even a genealogical tree exists which shows the Toyotomi clan originated from the Sasaki clan in the Omi Province).
  817. Although it referred to bamboo leaves, 'Yama' is often used as a term meaning 'nothing' recently.
  818. Although it remains poorly understood, many family trees and documents show that he had an origin in the Sanjo family, a family of pedigree of Court nobles and the main line of the Kanin Line of the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan.
  819. Although it remains uncertain where that came from, there is a hypothesis that "among the 'Goshokumaki' (five colored kamaboko) in the late Edo era, only the akamaki (red roll) kamaboko remains.'
  820. Although it resembles Ise ebi, it has apophysis not only on the carapace, but on the shell of the belly, and it gives a rugged appearance.
  821. Although it resembles a small turnip, it is genuine daikon.
  822. Although it seemed that the domain finally reached stability and security, Tadatomo died suddenly at the hantei (residence maintained by a daimyo) in Kyoto during Sankinkotai (a system under which feudal lords in the Edo period were required to spend every other year in residence in Edo) in 1634.
  823. Although it seems that the Muromachi bakufu set up Ossobugyo, naisogata (authority of secret report to the emperor) and jinseigata (authority of a relief system for judicial decision of the litigation by hikitsukeshu, coadjustor of the high court), they were gradually integrated into other institutions to be abolished.
  824. Although it seems to be small from our sense today, it can be said that this was a tremendous large sales in the beginning of the Meiji period when a bulletin was published for the first time.
  825. Although it sounds very impressive, the words '業鏡高懸,三十七年,一槌撃砕,大道坦然' in '頌云' were entirely copied from "増集続伝燈録妙堪," though only the year appearing in the poem composed on his deathbed was changed.
  826. Although it takes little time to preparer, adding chopped onions previously saut?ed into ground meat increases the natural sweetness of hamburgers.
  827. Although it temporally disappeared due to the order issued by Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) which banned samurai to carry the naginata during Edo period, it came back as a martial art for women.
  828. Although it temporarily came under the umbrella of To-ji Temple ("East Temple," the grand headquarters of the Toji Shingon sect, also founded by Kukai), it broke away from it in 1900 and officially called itself the Omuro School of the Shingon Sect.
  829. Although it tends to be misunderstood, it is different from Mizuage in the red-light district.
  830. Although it took a long time, spanning the War of the Pacific, the variety was fixed and registered in 1952.
  831. Although it traced back the glory in past, however, it is written in kana and chronological order which was the first time for historical documents.
  832. Although it turned out that they were innocent and their court ranks were returned, this incident led them to their downfall later on.
  833. Although it used to belong to the Tendai sect, in the Edo period it changed to the Rinzai sect.
  834. Although it used to center on historical events, there have been attempts to deal with subject matter other than historical events, such as international events and managerial theories nowadays, as its aspect of promoting the audience's understanding with easier subjects has been reassessed.
  835. Although it used to permit only male undergraduates to enter the dormitory, it started to accept female students from 1985.
  836. Although it varies depends on how to count, the family line ended at the 10th generation.
  837. Although it was Yukiie who rallied his nephew, MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, to the cause, Yukiie did not place himself under the command of Yoritomo, leading to discord in relation to his aiming to adopt an independent stance.
  838. Although it was a branch family of Koga-kubo (descendants of one of the Ashikaga families that held the office of the Kanto region administrator), the both families battled each other for supremacy, but it was inherited through two generations from Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA to Yorizumi ASHIKAGA and became the foundation for the Kitsuregawa clan in later years.
  839. Although it was a branch of the Ise-Heishi clan, the term 'Heike' (Taira family) specifically refers to TAIRA no Kiyomori, who established the so-called Heishi government, and members of his family.
  840. Although it was a crossing at grade with the Tokaido Line in the horse tramway era, after the track gauge was corrected crossing became prohibited except for freight trains, so passengers had to walk and freight trains had to be moved by humans to cross Nagasu Station whose station yard was divided north and south..
  841. Although it was a desperate struggle of pincer operation by AZAI and ASAKURA, Hideyoshi brought up the rear successfully with Katsumasa IKEDA and Mitsuhide AKECHI (Kanegasaki no nokikuchi) and made a good contribution.
  842. Although it was a forced announcement by Katsura, Saionji, who believed that former court nobles should be 'hanpei' (protectors of the emperor) even after the Meiji Restoration, insisted that he himself was responsible and unforgivable as the leader of the party for the Seiyukai's neglect of the edict.
  843. Although it was a mainstream practice to use this bittern as a coagulant before the war (calcium sulfate (sumashiko) was used by some makers), it soon became difficult to obtain the bittern because it was designated as controlled goods.
  844. Although it was a minor affair, Enryaku-ji Temple reacted quickly.
  845. Although it was a newspaper company in its appearance, it was in reality the central organization of socialistic movements playing the role of the center for socialism and socialism supporters together with the Socialist Association (in 1900).
  846. Although it was a place to sleep, it was also used as a living room during daytime, so that 'raw silk' was pasted on the one side of kumiko lattice to let a light pass as a skylight.
  847. Although it was a quickly made song, it was a big hit in public relations and later it has been sung as a nursery rhyme to date.
  848. Although it was a simply baseless political aspersion on ITO who conducted the compilation of the Constitution of the Empire of Japan as a prime minister, the conservatives or Minkenha (a group for democratic movement) made active use of such rumor as materials for attacks on the First Ito Cabinet.
  849. Although it was a standard custom for each soldier to carry their own provisions, they were limited to carrying enough for only a few days since it was not practical to hinder the march by having them carry large loads.
  850. Although it was abolished in 1924 when the theory of correlation between beriberi and vitamins became accepted, it became a parent organization to a later study group of beriberi.
  851. Although it was already ruined by the 12th century, affiliated private estates and the chihokan (local official) recommendation (nenkyo) system remained up to the Middle Ages, and also, the title Gakkanin-betto (the chief officer of Gakkanin) also remained to indicate an honorary position.
  852. Although it was an equal treaty, the contents were extreamly unique that the both countries approved each other the contents of the unequal treaty which both of them were respectively imposed by Europe and America.
  853. Although it was at this point that the warrior clans finally reached the pinnacle of power, the bakufu's own financial and military power base was rather weak.
  854. Although it was believed in the past that the activities of Daruma Sect finally ended at that time, it has become known in recent years that one of its schools had survived at Sanpo-ji Temple until the end of the medieval period.
  855. Although it was built in the Muromachi Period it is of a size and style similar to halls in the Tenpyo Period.
  856. Although it was called 'Kosode' in those days, it was different from Kosode during the Heian period and the Modern Kosode.
  857. Although it was called a divided succession, soryo had some level of control toward that illegitimate child of a clan.
  858. Although it was cancelled three days later because of violent opposition by the Enryaku-ji Temple, it is rumored that Ryuben was in the background.
  859. Although it was classified as a special train, a new denomination of the 'Kaisoku (Rapid) train' type was created specifically for this service.
  860. Although it was common that talented doctors in the samurai class were appointed the post of doctor for the lord, there were some rare cases of lower-ranking or folk doctors appointed to serve the feudal lord.
  861. Although it was designated a part of the Wakasa Bay Quasi-National Park on June 1, 1955, it indepedently became Tango-Amanohashidate-Oeyama Quasi-National Park on August 3, 2007.
  862. Although it was devastated in the Sengoku period (period of warring states), the Sasaki clan, the Omi no kuni no kami (governor of Omi Province), reportedly revived it around 1553.
  863. Although it was different depending on the period, 70 to 90 percent of kudarizake were made in Sessen junigo.
  864. Although it was doubted for unconstitutionality at that time, TOJO pushed it.
  865. Although it was drunk by many people in the Edo period as a subtype of shochu, today it has minor status.
  866. Although it was established in isolation from the Hokkaido Development Commissioner, it was abolished and combined again in a little more than one year.
  867. Although it was gradually Japanized, Fucha ryori cuisine was brilliant and lively compared with traditional Shojin ryori and contemporary Fucha ryori cuisine has developed to be unique, and one that has brilliant appearance.
  868. Although it was in a period of decline, the regent-and-advisor political administration still had some power during the time of Morozane.
  869. Although it was in the middle of the Russo-Japanese War, by the time this agreement was signed, the battle on the Korean Peninsula had ended and Korea was virtually under the rule of Japan.
  870. Although it was initially considered strange architecture made by carpenters with no knowledge of authentic Western architectural techniques, it has gradually become highly regarded within the re-evaluation of Meiji architecture since the end of the Second World War.
  871. Although it was issued in 1953 (28th year of the Showa period), it was manufactured from 1951 (26th year of the Showa period), therefore the earliest year incused on a 10-yen coin is '26th year of the Showa period.'
  872. Although it was just a model, it was the first locomotive made by Japanese.
  873. Although it was later revived, it did have a brief period of decline.
  874. Although it was located at Yuigo (Zaimokuza, Kamakura City), MINAMOTO no Yoritomo moved it to its present location.
  875. Although it was lower ranked samurai's casual wear in the beginning, it became the second most formal dress after daimon (crested formal robe) in the end of the Muromachi period.
  876. Although it was made in the Muromachi period, when Buddhist sculpture was in decline, it is a superb large statue over ten meters tall.
  877. Although it was made in various periods, as a historical and archaeological term, it often refers to the bronze mirror excavated from the remains in China, Korea and Japan.
  878. Although it was moved to Shin Hachiman-gu Shrine in Obama Domain for safety in 1441, it was later brought out from the house of the Sakai family, the castellan of Obama-jo Castle, in the Edo period and came to be in the possession of Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in 1932.
  879. Although it was not a mere recurrence of the period ruled by Tokimune HOJO, he abolished the head of the legal office in October, 1293, which had lasted until then, and established Shisso instead.
  880. Although it was not an official machi-bugyo post, its function was essentially the same.
  881. Although it was not as serious as banishment from a religious group, there were other punishments such as removing the rights of priest for a certain period, or to be forced to live separately from other priests, and Manatta (マーナッタ, suspension for six days and nights).
  882. Although it was not clear when the geyujo system was introduced, a mikotonori (imperial edict) for promoting the geyujo system was issued on May 26, 733 (according to "Shoku Nihongi" - Chronicle of Japan continued).
  883. Although it was not common for Japanese people in those days to use oil in cooking, sesame oil was used for Chinese cooking such as stir-frying and deep-frying, popularizing the use of oil in Japan
  884. Although it was not impossible for the Jimyoin line to monopolize the throne since the Daikakuji line was in a devastated state with Kuniyoshi's early death and Godaigo's rebellion, Gofushimi was true to the principle of Ryoto tetsuritsu in accord with the bakufu's wishes.
  885. Although it was not known exactly when, she was sent to the Imperial Court as Uneme (the ancient court hostess) and served for Emperor Kammu (Imperial Prince Yamanobe).
  886. Although it was not officially on the menu (the name comes from the kitchen code with 'Number 1' meaning 'kotteri,' 'Number 3,' 'assari' and 'Number 2,' mixed), many shops have recently started including it.
  887. Although it was omitted in the story outline described above, Kamuyaimimi and Hikoyai, who didn't succeed the Imperial throne, were described as the founder of many clans.
  888. Although it was once enshrined in the Imperial Palace as the shintai of Amaterasu Omikami, during the reign of Emperor Sujin (reported 148 B.C.-30 B.C.), the sword was enshrined outside of the Imperial Palace along with the Yata no Kagami (mirror) by order of Princess Toyosukiirihime no mikoto.
  889. Although it was once forced to adopt the philosophy of Icchi School and Zobutsu School by Kansei no honan (the religious persecution in Kansei era), it is, at present, a school of Fujimon School whose principal image of Buddha is mandala.
  890. Although it was once said that the Japanese spiny lobsters broadly ranged in the Indian Ocean and the Western Pacific, it has been found out that they belonged to different species as a result of further research.
  891. Although it was once used in plays, a recording of a horse is usually used nowadays because of the difficulty of playing the uma.
  892. Although it was only a part-talkie film due to a flaw in Eion's sound system, the film ranked fifth among the top ten films selected by Kinema Junpo.
  893. Although it was originally a popular home-cooked meal, it has been diminishing in popularity for reasons such as the declining custom of making roast beef at home and the trouble of cooking rice.
  894. Although it was originally a post bestowed by the Imperial Court, actual appointments, except for a time during the New Kemmu Government, were at the request of the person whose influence placed him at the pinnacle of samurai society.
  895. Although it was originally a role of Tadamasa OKUDAIRA, his older brother, in Kano Domain, to lead warlords of Mino, he died before the departure, and his soldiers just became under Tadaakira's command even without the alternate participation by his father Nobumasa from Kano.
  896. Although it was originally big and one ken (181cm) in width, the size of daisu seems to have been reduced until the late fifteenth century.
  897. Although it was originally intended for the Daijokan chuke to be administered jointly by the Shonagon and Benkan bureaus, it ended up being solely administered by the Benkan bureau once the Shonagon and Shonagon bureau lost their substance due to the establishment of the Kurododokoro (Board of Archivists).
  898. Although it was partly damaged by the Allied Forces (World War II) during the occupation period, it has been restored.
  899. Although it was prescribed that Sabenkankyoku was responsible for Nakatsukasasho, Shikibusho, Jibusho, and Minbusho, and Ubenkankyoku was responsible for Hyobusho, Gyobusho, Okurasho, and Kunaisho, it is considered that Benkankyoku was as a whole responsible for the eight ministries in fact.
  900. Although it was primarily used in reference to battles during the Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States) (Japan), in modern society it refers to the first person to distinguish themselves.
  901. Although it was prohibited as a result of the separation of Buddhism and Shinto during the Meiji period, it carries on as the Iwashimizu Festival but many of the traditions have been lost.
  902. Although it was prohibited to trade, transfer and pawn kubunden, problems, such as pawning kubunden, began arising starting towards the latter half of the Nara period.
  903. Although it was proposed as a means of averting crises at home and abroad by making a member of the Imperial family Prime Minister, the nomination was killed by Koichi KIDO, Minister of the Interior, who opposed it as he thought it might bring trouble to the Imperial family.
  904. Although it was protected by Ieyasu's vassals, Mototada TORII et alia, during the Battle of Sekigahara, it was attacked and burned by Ishida (the Siege of Fushimi-jo Castle).
  905. Although it was quite unusual Senso (accession to the throne) without divine mirror (sacred mirror which is one of the three sacred treasures) and sacred sword and jewels, Tsunemune prepared agenda for Senso and made efforts to materialize it.
  906. Although it was recorded afterward that Katsura was already prepared to declare war on Russia, actual records reveal that Ito's cooler head prevailed, as reflected afterwards in the negotiations with Russia.
  907. Although it was referred as "a railway," it was no more than wooden rails reinforced with iron plates, whose coach ran by oxen or horses.
  908. Although it was regarded as a relief for minor vassals suffering from a lot of war expenditure because of the Mongol Invasions, it is now considered to be more like the prohibition of pawning and trading vassalages to maintain the vassal system as a base of the shogunate.
  909. Although it was repaired in the Kamakura Period, it is basically a building of the Nara Period.
  910. Although it was restored in October, it was interrupted again.
  911. Although it was restored later, the scale was never the same as that of the past.
  912. Although it was retrieved from the ruins of the fire on Ieyasu TOKUGAWA's orders, it was severely damaged.
  913. Although it was set down that a kuni no hakase and a kuni no ishi should be allocated as teachers at each kokugaku, it was not uncommon, because of the difficulty in finding suitable personnel, to see provinces where kokugau was not established or a case where a teacher taught at several provinces.
  914. Although it was simple in style, the film was highly regarded thanks to Imai's solid directing.
  915. Although it was sometimes considered that katakana and large-sized prints were based on woodcut printing or wooden characters, a thesis written by Toshi ARAI concluded that all were based on metal characters.
  916. Although it was soon crushed, many warriors and powerful regionals who had been discontent with the Taira government rose in arms one after another.
  917. Although it was started as a skirmish on the Saigoku kaido Road, some pistols were pointed to the minister-counselors from western countries who were inspecting the settlement site nearby and fusilladed them several times.
  918. Although it was still held in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts, hyojohajime of Insei became only a name at the end of the 14th century when the Muromachi bakufu took over the government function of Insei.
  919. Although it was such a hard battle and Nobunaga himself was injured, the Oda army's morale was raised by Nobunaga's appearance at the front-line and they defeated the Hongan-ji Temple army (the Battle of Tennoji Fort).
  920. Although it was the first academic variorum in the history of studying The Tale of Genji, it reached such a high degree of perfection that people even commented that the text study of The Tale of Genji stopped after this.
  921. Although it was the first full-scale private temple in Japan, it strongly resembled a state-owned temple due to the support it received from the Soga clan-controlled royal family.
  922. Although it was the first time that Katsu met Yamaoka, he was greatly impressed with the personality of Yamaoka during their brief encounter, so he was eager to write the letter for Yamaoka addressed to Saigo.
  923. Although it was the result of compulsion, the decision was the realization of the desire that the Shogunate had had since Ansei, and historically it was a very important decision inasmuch as it represented a shift in national policy.
  924. Although it was unusual for senior government members to leave the government and travel abroad for a long period of time, they are believed to have done so on the basis that it would enable them to directly experience Western civilization and thought, which had a great impact on them.
  925. Although it was used for Kabuki for a period, Shinai-bushi was performed mainly as kadotsuke (performance in front of houses) starting in the late Edo period.
  926. Although it was when Yoriie was still alive and hadn't actually retired into priesthood.
  927. Although it was worth subjugation, Norisada UESUGI and so on asked for his life and he was forgiven by going up to Kyoto and apologizing Yoshimitsu.
  928. Although it would be the second classification, several writings and family traditions which were handed down in the families of shogun's vassals seem to have been used for the whole record of Shogun Yoritomo.
  929. Although it's a JR Sanin Main Line station, the facility is also used for some of the trains running on the Maizuru Line that reach the station from the adjacent Ayabe Station.
  930. Although it's located nearer to Higashiyama Station on Kyoto Municipal Subway's Tozai Line (Kyoto Prefecture), the means by which to access it from this station is also announced during sightseeing seasons.
  931. Although it's often incorrectly considered to be the station nearest to Kurama-dera Temple, Kurama is nearly 10 km northward from this station (as the crow flies) and no bus line connecting to Kurama is available.
  932. Although it's the longest line in terms of operation kilometers, it's one of main lines on which a superior train that runs from the starting station through the terminal station has never been set on a schedule (other examples are the Chuo Main Line and the Chikuho Main Line).
  933. Although its author is unknown, some believe that it was written by either Zeami or Kanami.
  934. Although its content of gold was decreased by more than 20 percent, the price was only 1 percent lower from the Keicho Oban, and when compared with Genroku-Koban, the content of gold in the Oban was equivalent to nine-ryo one-bu and its market price was as much as seven-ryo two-bu.
  935. Although its correct notation is Gojunoto '五重塔' in Chinese characters, brochures of some temples show a notation '五重の塔.'
  936. Although its definite scope cannot be defined, this plain lies southeast to Hiraodai Plateau, famous for its karst plateau, and spreads over Yukuhashi City, Miyako Town, and the northern part of Chikujo Town.
  937. Although its details are not known, it is described in "Fuso Ryakki" (A brief history of Japan) and "Nihongi Ryaku" (Summary of Japanese chronologies) that it took around ten years to suppress the war.
  938. Although its elegant simplicity, arising from the combination of eroticism and antique flavor, has a charm all its own, it has failed to show its uniqueness against Tokiwazu and Kiyomoto and therefore cannot resist the tide of history.
  939. Although its fixed property tax is set low in comparison with that of housing or agricultural land, the inheritance tax imposed at the time of the generation change is calculated as the assessed value of the average neighboring housing land minus the land development expenses.
  940. Although its format is similar to haiku being a 17-syllable poem, since senyu emphasizes irony, satire, humor and human foibles, season words may not play a significant role.
  941. Although its fortunes was dull and struggled financially, the Kira clan still had a high pride as the most noted family in the Ashikaga clan.
  942. Although its genuineness is unknown, Tokusanokandakara, which happened to have been discovered in a secondhand store in the town, is enshrined in 神寶十種之宮 of Tatehara-jinja Shrine, located in 6-chome, Kire, Hirano Ward, Osaka City.
  943. Although its handling varies depending on the school, it is placed in the tea room before starting temae (tea serving method) in most of the schools.
  944. Although its location is quite important, as the tracks extend toward in four directions and the trains of two lines depart from this station, the number of passengers isn't very large.
  945. Although its main family was abolished and the Ako clan came to be controlled by the Nagai clan, followed by the Mori clan, this clan continued owning its territory within Ako County most of which was occupied by the Ako clan.
  946. Although its main purpose is to shield juban from dusts, sebum and/or hairdressings (when it gets dirty, you can take it off, wash it out and use it over and over), it is regarded as an important point in dressing since it is put on at the site near the face.
  947. Although its main purpose today is to write wishes on as a part of the Tanabata festival (the star festival celebrated on the seventh of July), actually thick and decorated pieces of paper, on which tanka and haiku poems are written, are also a kind of tanzaku.
  948. Although its name includes red bean (Pa), it is different from kori azuki (shaved ice with sweetened red beans).
  949. Although its name is 'tofu', soybean is not used as its ingredient.
  950. Although its name was initially Tsukigase Dam, following the former residents' hope that the name of their submerged Takayama village should be kept alive, its name was changed to Takayama Dam.
  951. Although its north side, in the direction of Mt. Azuchi (now Azuchi-jo Castle) did not have any Kuruwa for the defense, they created a defense line along the mountain ridge by creating Kirigishi (bluff) and huge earthworks.
  952. Although its official name is Kyoto Prefectural Arashiyama-koen Park (Kameyama District), since it has the cremation mounds of three ancient Emperors including Emperor Kameyama on a hill there, it is commonly called Kameyama-koen Park.
  953. Although its ore is poor, ore reserves are inexhaustible and in the same year, Nihon Kako established Oeyama Nickel Kogyo Co., Ltd., obtained a mining concession and continued the survey.
  954. Although its origin is unclear, it had been already heard at various performances in the mid-Edo period.
  955. Although its origin is unknown, Matabe MURAYAMA was the first to organize kaomise and Sanemon ARASHI (I) determined the order, period, and convention of kaomise performance in Kamigata (Kyoto and Osaka area).
  956. Although its original name was '太平総類,' as Song Taizong (Song Dynasty) read three volumes every night, the name was changed to the current one.
  957. Although its part of 'an' (sweet paste usually made from red azuki beans) is larger than the part of the skin, it is not too heavy, rather plain.
  958. Although its relevance is still unknown, it was in the news that a man-shaped haniwa (clay figure) (only its head) with two faces, on front and back, was excavated from Dainichiyama No.35 Mound (early 6th century) from the Senzuka burial mounds in Wakayama City, Kinki region.
  959. Although its scale is small, the company has a long history being established in 1894.
  960. Although its shinpaku manifestation rate is low, the rice has excellent water absorbability and digestive property.
  961. Although its storyline is rather simple, drawing clear line between love and hate, it has been appreciated as a tale that represents realistically the society of nobles at that time, centering on ill-treatment of a stepchild.
  962. Although its structure resembles that of kyoka (comic waka), tanka is a completely different form of poetry by definition.
  963. Although its technique was refined around the period of the Onin War, the tradition was passed down before the war, since the late fifth century.
  964. Although its whereabouts were subsequently forgotten, it was discovered again in the beginning of the Meiji period.
  965. Although its woodblock was carved based on the Banreki edition, no border lines were carved between the lines.
  966. Although izutsu is often made of ishigaki (stone wall) of nozura zumi (laid with mostly unprocessed natural stones), it was made of wood materials in ancient times, including magemono-izutsu, which is also considered to have been used in ancient times.
  967. Although jealousy makes her look harsh, she is a lady deep inside. Because when Fukashichi stabs her, she understands and dies with pleasure as a lady, what her true soul is, keeping her love for Motome.'
  968. Although jinrikisha can hold one or two passengers, the one-seater jinrikisha was overwhelmingly popular in Japan.
  969. Although kabuki was performed at the Shin Kabuki-za Theater to celebrate its grand opening in 1958, the theater came to be used for performances by actresses and entertainers and kabuki was performed only once a year or not at all in certain years.
  970. Although kama-ya is not included in san-yaku, this is such an important position that he or she has a special assistant called ai-gama (literally, "pot co-worker").
  971. Although kanjo originated from the ritual of enthronement of the king in Ancient India, sokuikanjo consisting of inmyodenju and practice based upon the creed of Esoteric Buddhism is different from the ritual in Ancient India with regard to philosophy and content.
  972. Although karakasa-kozo is said to do no harm in general, the yokai called yurei-gasa (an umbrella monster) that appears in Mizoguchi-cho, Tottori Prefecture (present Hoki-cho, Saihaku County) seems to be an exception.
  973. Although karakuri is unique to Japan, its origin owed much to Western techniques that were introduced into Japan in the Muromachi period.
  974. Although kayariki has been used less often as a practical item, it still has value as a summer feature; various kayariki with ornamental purpose such as kayaributa have been created and are used even today.
  975. Although kazoku had been expected to keep being the loyal hedge guarding the Imperial family, in fact, Nara kazoku and those originated in kuge of the middle grade or the lower grade suffered poverty since their original financial bases were very poor.
  976. Although killing powerful relatives and vassals happened generally when daimyo in the Sengoku period tried to centralized the power; however, unlike the cases of Nobunaga ODA or Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, Nobutora failed to comb out his vassals and that is why Nobutora is regarded negatively.
  977. Although kings had originally run Yamatai, long-term turmoil occurred throughout Wa (Japan) 70 to 80 years after the establishment of the state (The civil war in Wa).
  978. Although kinnara spirits in India have the body of a human and the head of a horse in their male form, the female form of kinnari have the image of tennyo.
  979. Although knives and sickles today are equipped with handle for the purpose of protecting hands and improving work efficiency, ishi-bocho was not equipped with handle.
  980. Although kosa itself is not allergen, the following possibility is pointed out: When pollutants stick to kosa, some synergistic effects are generated and the bad effects that the pollutants would affect human bodies are amplified.
  981. Although koto music had been popular from an early stage in Kamigata, there were not many koto musicians in Edo (present-day Tokyo) until the middle period for its less popularity.
  982. Although kuki-hojicha leaves are produced across Japan, kaga-bocha has been the most widely known kind because a tea manufacturing plant in Ishikawa Prefecture manufactured a product called 'kenjo kaga-bocha' and offered it to the Emperor Showa.
  983. Although large numbers of shrine-shaped sento of this kind were built in the suburbs of Kanto up until the period from 1965 to 1974, they became scarce because the home bath prevailed and many sento were remodeled for other uses.
  984. Although large ryokan can boast about their fancy facilities such as open-air baths, the quality of the onsen water is a disadvantage.
  985. Although large-scale mercantile houses came to have baths at the end of the Edo period, the full-fledged popularization of home baths was seen later, during the period of rapid growth following World War II.
  986. Although large-sized Honren nenju for males, with a length of over 38 cm and which have a nagafusa (long tassel), are seen, it is basically shozoku nenju (nenju for costume) for monks.
  987. Although later he was allowed to return, he handed over the position to the tenth Sakon Shigenari and it is considered that he was put under virtual house arrest.
  988. Although leading a retired life, Tomomi was still politically active and was therefore followed and targeted by warriors.
  989. Although less prevalent than 'Tenka-ippin' in terms of its coverage across Japan, Yokozuna is quite successful and has numerous chain stores spread across a wide area.
  990. Although letting Yoshisada, who was a de facto commander, get away, Takatsune's other military exploits included making Imperial Prince Takayoshi and Yoshiaki commit suicide and capturing Imperial Prince Tsuneyoshi.
  991. Although little is known about him, it is generally believed that he lived in front of Hokai-mon Gate of Kyoto Shokoku-ji Temple and received orders from Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA.
  992. Although little of her life is clearly known, she was invited to the Imperial Court by Gotobain due to her outstanding talent for composing poems, then she served there as a court lady.
  993. Although local trains mainly run between JR Nanba, Kashiwara and Oji during rush hour, there are some local trains that depart and arrive at Takada Station on the Wakayama Line.
  994. Although long Japanese swords are still left today as they were offered to shrines, Onaginata is hardly any left.
  995. Although losing its significance, the Ikai court rank system itself lasted until Ritsuryo law was abolished in the Meiji Period.
  996. Although low malt beer is particular to Japan, it is sometimes referred to as low malt beer or happoshu by the foreign media.
  997. Although low-malt beer was considered to be less tasty than beer, its low cost yielded results and it sold well.
  998. Although made mostly as pots and other storage containers, it was also used as bowls, plates and other wares used in making offerings to divinities until the mid-ninth century.
  999. Although magazine sales have dropped, some hits were produced among comic book franchises which were made into anime and so on.
  1000. Although mainstream Buddhism had emphasized ceremonies and study for the nation and nobles under the name of 'nation protection,' it gradually changed to emphasize salvation of the common people.

24001 ~ 25000

Previous Page    Next page
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345 346 347 348 349 350 351 352 353 354 355 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 363 364 365 366 367 368 369 370 371 372 373 374 375 376 377 378 379 380 381 382 383 384 385 386 387 388 389 390 391 392 393 394 395 396 397 398 399 400 401 402 403 404 405 406 407 408 409 410 411 412 413 414 415 416 417 418 419 420 421 422 423 424 425 426 427 428 429 430 431 432 433 434 435 436 437 438