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  1. Meanwhile, Nishi-Maizuru, a former castle town, comprises the commercial and industrial areas where the National and Kyoto Prefecture government administration offices as well as industrial complexes are centered.
  2. Meanwhile, Nobutada ODA's army started hunting down and killing the remnants of the Takeda clan and besieged Erin-ji Temple (in present-day Koshu City), where enemies sought shelter.
  3. Meanwhile, Norihide used tactics on the postwar management with Toshiie MAEDA and Hidemasa HORI on his own accord to surrender the castle 'under the condition of securing Sagami Province and two provinces in Izu, and life of all the members for the Hojo family.'
  4. Meanwhile, Norinaga MOTOORI succeeded in interpretation of "Kojiki" (the Records of Ancient Matters), which had been left undecipherable in the Edo period, and contributed in forming the origin of the study of Japanese classical literature.
  5. Meanwhile, Oane no kimi gave birth to four sons and one daughter, and one of the sons, the Imperial Prince Hatsusebe, later became Emperor Sushun.
  6. Meanwhile, Oaza of former Nishi Yoshino Village and that of former Oto Village came to start with '(Gojo City) Nishi Yoshino Town' and '(Gojo City) Oto Town' respectively.
  7. Meanwhile, Ochiba no Miya is blamed by her late husband's father, Chiji no Otodo (Retired Grand Minister).
  8. Meanwhile, Ogurihangan was cast into Hell, dragged out before Enma Daio (the Great King Yama) and then returned to the earthly world by his judge, but Oguri was in the shape of an uncanny-looking starving demon suffering from a skin disease and could barely walk.
  9. Meanwhile, Ogyu who served as the court physician for Yoshimune, was critical of the fact that 'Daiminritsureiyakugi' did not contain the original text, and in 1723, authored 'Kanjunkankominritsu' (kuntenbonminritsu), which added revisions and punctuation to the original Ming code.
  10. Meanwhile, Oi lost the second general election of the members of the House of Representatives due to the Cabinet's intervention in the election (He was reelected in the third general election of the members of the House of Representatives).
  11. Meanwhile, Omiya could not live happily, neither.
  12. Meanwhile, Onamuji no mikoto bound Susano no mikoto's hair to the pillar of the room and ran away with the Iku-tachi sword, Iku-yumiya bow and Amenonorigoto harp in his hands, with Suseribime no mikoto on his back.
  13. Meanwhile, Ranzan was confronted with a difficulty.
  14. Meanwhile, Sadamori-ryu Heishi (Taira clan of the Sadamori group) served as keishi (household superintendents) of the Onomiya line of the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan; however, Sadamori-ryu Heishi's position as military aristocrats became lower as the Onomiya line was positioned as an indirect line.
  15. Meanwhile, Saga passed away.
  16. Meanwhile, Saiin Priestesses were not always dismissed when the Emperor abdicated the throne, and there were many examples of Saiin Priestesses remaining in office through more than two Emperor regimes.
  17. Meanwhile, Sanesuke, admitting that there were issues to be discussed about fighting the battle before receiving the imperial charter, argued that the question was not whether they received the charter.
  18. Meanwhile, Saneyori's younger brother, FUJIWARA no Morosuke (house of Kujo), was cunning enough to marry his daughters into the Imperial family, and his sons, FUJIWARA no Koretada, FUJIWARA no Kanemichi, and FUJIWARA no Kaneie rose to power, successively assuming the positions of Sessho and Kanpaku.
  19. Meanwhile, Sara-Udon (Nagasaki dish of noodles with various toppings) is not classified as Udon noodles despite the name of "Udon."
  20. Meanwhile, Seijun was disappointed with his training as a priest because high-ranked priests at his temple were playing around extravagantly with donations from the supporters of the temple.
  21. Meanwhile, Sekien, in his comment on the Gotokuneko in the "Gazu Hyakki Tsurezure Bukuro," refers to Shinano no Zenji Yukinaga who is considered to be the author of the "Tale of the Heike."
  22. Meanwhile, Shichimi-togarashi (a mixture of red cayenne pepper and other aromatic spices) can be classified as a different seasoning from Ichimi-togarashi, because it's a compound of Ichimi-togarashi and other spices.
  23. Meanwhile, Shigemori was already leading 300 imperial horse soldiers and stood together with Munemori and Yorimori.
  24. Meanwhile, Shigemori was promoted rapidly, and was assigned to the Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) rank in 1161, to be Uhyoe no kami (Captain of the Right Division of Middle Palace Guards) in October, and to the Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) rank to become a kugyo in January of the next year when he was only 26 years old.
  25. Meanwhile, Shikibu was submitted to the inquisition of Kyoto shoshidai, and the severest banishment was inflicted on him in the following year, 1759.
  26. Meanwhile, Shingen TAKEDA of Kai Province, who saw it as a good opportunity, reversed the tripartite alliance with the Imagawa clan and invaded Suruga Province in December 1568, causing a complete fall of Ujizane IMAGAWA (heir of Yoshimoto).
  27. Meanwhile, Shingen learned that Yoshikage ASAKURA who joined the battle at Kita-Omi Province as a reinforcement for his sworn ally, Nagamasa AZAI, withdrew.
  28. Meanwhile, Shinto scholars such as Kanekata URABE, an author of Shaku Nihongi (annotated text of the Nihon Shoki), and Kanera ICHIJO thought that deities were the roots of everything in the universe, and that Takamanohara was located in the heavens.
  29. Meanwhile, Shinuhi mostly consisted of bankrupt peasants, and was often engaged in farming work or other routine tasks for local large landowners.
  30. Meanwhile, Shinzei accepted Yoshitomo's advice to make a night attack, and he had his army attack the Shirakawadono, which was the base of Sutoku.
  31. Meanwhile, Shoshi's son, Emperor Goichijo, ascended the throne on January 29, 1016, and Michinaga gained the position of regent, something he had long desired.
  32. Meanwhile, Silla concentrated on private sector trade.
  33. Meanwhile, Suketsune followed MINAMOTO no Yoritomo and became his Gokenin (shogunal retainer of the Kamakura bakufu), quickly advancing to become Yoritomo's favorite retainer.
  34. Meanwhile, Suzu-yaki Ware was derived from sueki (unglazed ware) in Noto Province in the first half of the 12th century.
  35. Meanwhile, TACHIBANA no Shigenobu, Renmo, and FUJIWARA no Chiharu, were exiled to Tosa Province, Sado Province, and Oki Province respectively, and all provinces were ordered to track down and kill MINAMOTO no Tsuranu and TAIRA no Sadatoki.
  36. Meanwhile, TAKASUGI who admired Saigyo, aimed at conquering the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) under the shogun in the east.
  37. Meanwhile, Tadafuyu ASHIKAGA, a son of Takauji by his concubine, with the approval of the Southern Court, gathered together anti-bakufu factions including Tokiuji YAMANA and his allies and threated Kyoto as well as wielding influence from Chugoku region to the Iyo Province (Ehime Prefecture).
  38. Meanwhile, Tadamichi retrieves a position as the head of the clan from Yorinaga, and Tadazane gathers warrior-monks and secludes himself in Uji for fear of being killed.
  39. Meanwhile, Takahide joined the Hyojo shu (Councilors) in 1368, was promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) and appointed Daizen Daibu (Master of the Office of the Palace Table), and when his father died in 1373, he headed the family estate.
  40. Meanwhile, Takakuni, who had been looking for a chance to make a comeback, finally persuaded the shugodai of Harima Province, Muramune URAGAMI, to support him to add to his son-in-low, Harutomo KITABATAKE, in Ise Province, and they raised an army.
  41. Meanwhile, Takatada got promoted to Minister of the Left, a post which ranked above the post of Inner Minister formerly occupied by his younger brother, and served until 1211.
  42. Meanwhile, Takauji ASHIKAGA, his brother Tadayoshi ASHIKAGA, and others who seceded from the Kenmu Government backed up the Northern Court, establishing the military government.
  43. Meanwhile, Takauji defeated Taketoshi KIKUCHI in the Tatarahama War and conquered Kyushu.
  44. Meanwhile, Takauji succeeded in killing Tadayoshi at the center of Japan, sent Iekane SHIBA as new Oshu Kanrei, thus Iekane SHIBA became the most influential person in Oshu.
  45. Meanwhile, Takeda's troops, having merged separate groups, were coming near to Hamamatsu-jo Castle, but disliking that the battle would be protracted, Shingen changed the direction of the troops so as to invade Mikawa Province, passing through the castle without stopping.
  46. Meanwhile, Tei Sho, Ko Mai, Tei Daisho, etc. established the historical investigation of Chinese classics on ethics, politics, and history as a learning, and conflicted with the Do school.
  47. Meanwhile, Tokyo Gaikokugo Gakko was subsumed within Tokyo Shogyo Gakko (Tokyo Commercial College, the present-day Hitotsubashi University), and the Department of Russian language at Tokyo Gaikokugo Gakko, where Shimei had been studying, became the Russian language school in the third department at Tokyo Shogyo Gakko.
  48. Meanwhile, Toshiie did not move out of Hokuriku.
  49. Meanwhile, Tsutomu SUMITOMO's younger sister Fumiko married Yoshio MIWA, president of the former Mitsuwa Soap Corporation, and Yoshio's younger sister Satoko married Saheiji MOGI, the tenth president of the former Kikkoman Corporation.
  50. Meanwhile, Ujichika supported Soun's advance to the Kanto region, intervening in the Chokyo Rebellion and siding with the Ogigayatsu-Uesugi clan in battle against the Yamanouchi-Uesugi family.
  51. Meanwhile, Ujimasa forced Sekiyado-jo Castle of Shimousa Province ruled by Harusuke YANADA to surrender in December 1574, followed by another surrender of Gion-jo Castle of Shimotsuke Province ruled by Hidetsuna OYAMA in the following year.
  52. Meanwhile, Unkei's style was characterized by masculine facial expressions, a wide variety of expression of clothes texture, and powerful and heavy bodies, a style that seemed to have matched the tastes of eastern bushi (warriors).
  53. Meanwhile, Usayama-jo Castle had been fiercely attacked by the allied forces that had previously defeated Yoshinari MORI's army in Sakamoto.
  54. Meanwhile, Watari Go (Watari County), which the Oshu Fujiwara clan had controlled for generations since FUJIWARA no Tsunekiyo (Gon no daibu [a provisional master] of the Watari region), was put under the rule of Tanemori CHIBA, a staff officer of Yoritomo, after the fall of Kiyotsuna (Gonjuro WATARI).
  55. Meanwhile, Yamagata continued to be hostile to political parties.
  56. Meanwhile, Yamashina Station of the Kyoto Municipal Subway is used by passengers commuting from Yamashina Ward to the center of Kyoto City, as well as by passengers changing trains from JR to the Kyoto Municipal Subway to the center of Kyoto City or from the Kyoto Municipal Subway (from Daigo Station) to JR.
  57. Meanwhile, Yoshimasa KISO advanced his troops in order to mount an attack on Matsumoto-jo Castle, which was a place of strategic importance in Shinano.
  58. Meanwhile, Yoshinaka was putting up a poor fight in Saigoku (western part of Japan - esp. Kyushu, but ranging as far east as Kinki).
  59. Meanwhile, Yoshinaka, who had lost battles along the Sanyo-do Road, became isolated and broke relations with the Cloistered Emperor immediately after returning to Kyoto and also had some supporters leave him.
  60. Meanwhile, Yoshitaka ROKKAKU attacked the Shogun Jizo San-jo Castle which was located in the north of Jisho-ji Temple; Takamasa and Yoshitaka took a pincer movement.
  61. Meanwhile, Yoshitane fled from Izumi to Awaji Province and reorganized his army to fight with Takakuni, but lost the battle and died in Muya, Awa Province (currently, Naruto City) on April 9, 1523.
  62. Meanwhile, Yoshitomo, who was once victorious, is defeated by Kiyomori, betrayed and killed by Tadamune OSADA while on the run.
  63. Meanwhile, Yoshitsugu MIYOSHI and Hisahide MATSUNAGA were in a worsening situation because of an attack from the Miyoshi sanninshu; thus, they soon capitulated to Nobunaga.
  64. Meanwhile, Yoshitsune could not gather samurai to search for and kill Yoritomo and fled from Kyoto with roto (retainer) and Yukiie on December 3 (November 3 under the old lunar calendar).
  65. Meanwhile, Yoshizumi ASHIKAGA, the heir of Yoshiaki, was killed along with his father in the battle at Konodai.
  66. Meanwhile, Yuya prays at the Buddhist temple.
  67. Meanwhile, Zeami was exiled to Sado Island and died never to come back to the front stage.
  68. Meanwhile, a branch family based at Mariya Castle called itself the Mariya Clan (Mariyatsu clan).
  69. Meanwhile, a clan whose name was Hondo existed in Dewa Province from the medieval period to the pre-modern period.
  70. Meanwhile, a combined fleet led by Harry PARKES, a British diplomat, arrived offshore of Hyogo (current Kobe Port), which was designated as a port by the Ansei treaty, but was not opened because the imperial court refused to give permission.
  71. Meanwhile, a disinherited son Gonta visits his mother when his father is not home and takes some money from her.
  72. Meanwhile, a fire broke out in the city of Nara on the eighth of December (old lunar calendar) last year.
  73. Meanwhile, a gate built at backside of a castle is called a karamete-mon gate.
  74. Meanwhile, a group called 'Kyo Kano' remained active in Kyoto, and Sanraku KANO (1559 - 1635), a disciple of Eitoku KANO, was the pillar of the group.
  75. Meanwhile, a judicial bureaucrat from the overthrown bakufu, a Yoryudo of Zasso-Ketsudansho, was excluded from the Onshogata.
  76. Meanwhile, a major shift in medieval society began around the middle of the 13th century.
  77. Meanwhile, a number of old-style restaurants still stick to serving fugu dishes only in winter.
  78. Meanwhile, a policy that recommended improving Japan's navigational skills to communicate with foreign nations, advocated by Uta NAGAI of Choshu clan, was approved by both the imperial court and the bakufu, and emerged as a tool to unite the court and the shogunate.
  79. Meanwhile, a quarrel between a laborer of Tadakata HOSOKAWA and a laborer of Motomori KOZAI about 'a basketful of dirt' provoked a conflict between the laborers of the both party.
  80. Meanwhile, a theory suggests that the Chinese character '苧環' (fan columbine) is the origin of 'Odamaki' because the appearance of Udon noodles rolled into a ball looks like hemp yarn rolled into a hollow ball.
  81. Meanwhile, according to "Gukansho" (Jottings of a Fool), Tokiko held Emperor Antoku in her arms and wore the holy sword and the holy beads as she threw herself into the sea.
  82. Meanwhile, according to Yoshisada NASU, Yoichi was pardoned and returned to Nasu after Yoritomo's death, became a priest in order to enter the Jodo-shu sect and died from paralysis in 1232 in Settsu Province, after a journey of about 30 years mourning those who had died in the Battle of Gempei-Kassen.
  83. Meanwhile, adding water (not hot water) one day or more prior to the drinking (not right before drinking) is called 'maewari' (pre-dilution).
  84. Meanwhile, adjunct farmers, both men and women, were allowed to wear only hemp and cotton, and even when they were allowed to use tsumugi, its length was restricted.
  85. Meanwhile, after Toshiie MAEDA died in March 1599, Kiyomasa was involved in an attempted assassination of Mitsunari ISHIDA along with six generals including Masanori FUKUSHIMA and Yoshinaga ASANO.
  86. Meanwhile, after completing the Shakanyorai (Gotama Siddhattha) statue, which was the main statue in Kofuku-ji Temple's Saikon-do (West Golden Hall) in January, 1186, Unkei started to take assignments associated with the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) as if he were following Seicho's move.
  87. Meanwhile, after her husband died in the war (actually, died of a disease), she got married with Masamori MIZUNO (Chikuami) who was serving as doboshu (government post) for Hidenobu.
  88. Meanwhile, after his wounds were stitched up by the leading doctor in surgical department Dou KURISAKI, Kira Kozuke no Suke was also questioned by the bakufu's inspectors Tadashige OKUBO and Masakiyo KUME and said 'I do not remember doing anything to upset Takumi no Kami.
  89. Meanwhile, after the death of the Meiji Emperor's son, graves for the imperial family came to be built on a hill at the back of Gokoku-ji Temple in Otsuka, Bunkyo Ward, Tokyo, which is today known as the Toshimagaoka Cemetery.
  90. Meanwhile, although Yoshinobu was younger parental half-brother of Yorimichi, he tried to put Imperial Prince Takahito at the forefront to reduce the influence of Yorimichi.
  91. Meanwhile, among the common people, other than the few exceptions such as the Sekimon-shingaku (popularized blend of Buddhist, Shinto and Confucian ethical teachings) of Baigan ISHIDA, the thought of Ju-kyo hardly spread.
  92. Meanwhile, among the public, people living in flatlands were in awe of the mountains as a different world, and they associated the mysterious phenomena happening there with the image of Tengu.
  93. Meanwhile, an old friend of mine affiliated with the literary circles came to visit and after talking nonsense (such as literary discussion, gossips circulating in the literary circles and urging me to write) for some time, he left.
  94. Meanwhile, an ume that is salted but isn't sun-dried is called an 'umezuke' (pickled ume).
  95. Meanwhile, aoso-za gained the exclusive right of selling aoso in exchange for the payment of so-kuji.
  96. Meanwhile, apart from some architects in the Taisho and early Showa periods, the concept of scenic beauty in cities was all but lost during wartime and the postwar restoration periods.
  97. Meanwhile, as for those regions in which conventional cohorts and soldiers were not abolished, Sado Province and the Saika-do Region still faced potential threats from abroad, and Mutsu and Dewa Provinces continued fighting against Ezo.
  98. Meanwhile, as soon as he learnt that Emperor Godaigo entered Yoshino, he joined the Emperor in Yoshino.
  99. Meanwhile, as the daigaku education at that time was modeled on that of the Tang Dynasty, they had myogyodo, which taught Confucianism, as a main subject, and sando, which was a technical subject as a second.
  100. Meanwhile, as the social status of the common people rose with the development of commerce and industry, the merchant class and peasants emerged as supporters of culture; the broad cultural interaction was encouraged, and local or plebeian characteristics of culture were enhanced.
  101. Meanwhile, ashigaru (common foot soldier) Doken HONEKAWA of the Eastern camp attempted guerrilla tactics such as harassing the rear, but after all his corps, nothing more than rabble comprising of many thieves and vicious criminals, was unable to break through the stalemate.
  102. Meanwhile, at around this time, Kuranosuke received information through Yukai from Enrin-ji Temple that the restoration of the Asano clan was not going well.
  103. Meanwhile, at that time, it was reported that Naozane KUMAGAI who had been missing since his run away from Kamakura died in Kyoto.
  104. Meanwhile, at the capital, the Daijo-daijin (Grand minister of state) (who was the former Udaijin [Minister of the Right]) died and Empress Kokiden fell sick.
  105. Meanwhile, because of global warming and climate changes in recent years, since the 1990's cherry blossoms have started to bloom earlier and since 2002 in regions west of Kanto, hanami has been held in March rather than April.
  106. Meanwhile, bentos also became available on sozai corner (selling corner of daily dish) at supermarkets.
  107. Meanwhile, besides clan name and hereditary titles, Azana also developed at the same time.
  108. Meanwhile, bogutsuki karate is unique in that training halls belong to many circles, and many practitioners can accommodate various sets of rules.
  109. Meanwhile, both Taifu and Shofu (Junior Assistant Minister), assistant directors of Shikibu-sho, were prohibited to assume another supernumerary position concurrently.
  110. Meanwhile, by the judgment of Enma Diao (the Great King Yama), dead Oguri and his retainers were sent back to the present world together with a letter addressed to Yugyo Shonin (Saint Yugyo) in Fujisawa City saying, 'If they enter the hot spring in Kumano region, they can restore their bodies.'
  111. Meanwhile, calligraphy of Japanese style newly appeared in the field of calligraphy.
  112. Meanwhile, central parts of the squares that did not face a street became vacant lots and were rarely used.
  113. Meanwhile, commercial broadcasting was booming, starting with the opening of Mainichi Broadcasting System (MBS) on September 1, 1951.
  114. Meanwhile, common people began to imitate the komon.
  115. Meanwhile, consumers who are not satisfied with the standardized taste of the saida produced by major manufacturers are beginning to reevaluate the saida made by small-scale makers left in the local area.
  116. Meanwhile, contrary to expectations, daishu headed to the dairi.
  117. Meanwhile, curtains were installed for the mural protection in 1917, and the murals were opened to the public only for a fixed viewing period in the spring and fall from the following year.
  118. Meanwhile, details and objects varied according to the law: Some were applied to every person across the country regardless of their status, whereas others were aimed only at certain areas or social classes.
  119. Meanwhile, due to the integration and abolition of schools, there is no consistency between the old school districts and the present-day attendance units.
  120. Meanwhile, during the Meiji period, Japan imposed unequal treaties on Korea and China, including the Treaty of Ganghwa, the Treaty of Shimonoseki, and the 'Sino-Japanese Treaty of Commerce and Navigation.'
  121. Meanwhile, economic activities by merchants became active, and a popular culture (Kasei culture) flourished mainly within the cities.
  122. Meanwhile, emissaries from the central government sent to the various provinces to urge contribution of sumo wrestlers were called 'sumo emissaries.'
  123. Meanwhile, even though Nippon Railway had received a careful protection from the government, the boom to build private railways started across Japan when Nippon Railway announced its positive financial statements.
  124. Meanwhile, even without having relations with the Gion shinko, some shrines have festivals called the 'Gion Matsuri Festival.'
  125. Meanwhile, externally, the possession of islands, such as the Ryukyu Islands, Ogasawara Islands (Bonin Islands), Kurile Islands and Sakhalin was established, nearly settling the present territory of Japan.
  126. Meanwhile, families of feudal lords started to compete for luxury of patterns, and it was regulated by the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  127. Meanwhile, financing from merchants in their own domain was not categorized as Daimyogashi, as it was done under the name of goyokin (the money the Edo bakufu charged temporarily on farmers and merchants).
  128. Meanwhile, for the reasons stated above, Emperor Showa is descended from her.
  129. Meanwhile, forged rinji ran rampant as Nijo Kawara Rakusho (the Lampoon at Nijo Riverbed) contained information that 'what ran rampant in the city around this time was a night attack, robbery, premeditated rinji, etc.'
  130. Meanwhile, hakucho was not included in the family register and exempt from paying a tax or gunpu (a tax to be paid instead of conscription) since they were social outcasts who were not put under national control.
  131. Meanwhile, hard tofu, which is nowadays made in mountain-ringed regions as a souvenir using high concentrations of soy milk, but this tofu made by a modern process so it's close but not the same.
  132. Meanwhile, he also served the Hojo clan and was given a territory in the Kozono District in Sagami Province (currently Atsugi City in Kanagawa Prefecture) by Ujiyasu HOJO, and the order of this granting of the territory was issued through Tsunekage TOYAMA who was the castellan of Edo-jo Castle.
  133. Meanwhile, he assumed control of both internal and external affairs from the Imperial Court in Kyoto following the Mongolian invasions.
  134. Meanwhile, he became Commander in Chief of Ex-legionary in August 1889, and after retiring as Director General of the Hokkaido government, he became Commander of the Seventh Ad Hoc Division of the Army.
  135. Meanwhile, he became a high tax paying member of the House of the Peer in 1890, published 'Kobe Newspapers' in 1898, and was appointed as the chairman of Kobe Kawasaki Bank which he established in 1905.
  136. Meanwhile, he became the 4th chief priest of Shojoke-in Temple at Ichijo, Kyoto and made efforts in missionary work of the Jodo sect, and his doctrine was called Ichijo-ryu (Nishitani school.)
  137. Meanwhile, he collected materials about Japan.
  138. Meanwhile, he considered the new and rising power of the In-no-kinshin (vassal attending on a retired emperor) to be dangerous; there is a story told that he destroyed the palace of FUJIWARA no Akisue, saying that it was not up to his social position (according to "Kichibu Hikunsho").
  139. Meanwhile, he enjoyed collecting music boxes and western clocks.
  140. Meanwhile, he enjoyed friendships with celebrated tea ceremony masters and admirers and had an especially close relationship with SEN no Rikyu.
  141. Meanwhile, he enjoyed great prestige from the Retired Emperor Gotoba, and was appointed chori (chief priest) of Onjo-ji Temple, betto (head priest) of Hosho-ji, and was conferred the rank of Sojo (a priest ranked in the highest managerial position).
  142. Meanwhile, he failed to capture Hideie UKITA who had been hiding in Uzumasa.
  143. Meanwhile, he founded Joshi Bungei Gakusha (today's Chiyoda Jogakuen.)
  144. Meanwhile, he had the daimyos (territorial lords) build forts to strengthen the security of Edo Bay, and on November 14, changed each daimyo's duty post.
  145. Meanwhile, he had with the daughter of MINAMOTO no Tametomo a legitimate child, Shigehide and a daughter who became the wife of MINAMOTO no Yoriie, the 2nd seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") of the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  146. Meanwhile, he intervened in the problem of succession of the Kobayakawa clan caused by the loss of Lord Masahira KOBAYAKAWA in the Battle of Gassan-Toda Castle.
  147. Meanwhile, he is told that the treasure of the Yoshida family, 'Genealogical table of Miyakodori,' was stolen by someone and his lord Matsuwaka YOSHIDA has gone missing.
  148. Meanwhile, he joins the management of 'Hashi no kai' (a private research and performance group of Noh), and is engaged in the practical activities such as restoring and performing haikyoku (a Noh song no longer performed).
  149. Meanwhile, he lived a roaming life at Suma Akashi, containing the Yamana's army of Saigoku (western part of Japan [esp. Kyushu, but ranging as far east as Kinki]), and destroying Sozen and his followers by stratagem, then returned to Kyoto to become Shogun's guardian, being at the height of his prosperity.
  150. Meanwhile, he married Bomon Hime (shitsu (wife) of Yoshiyasu ICHIJO), who was the daughter of MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo and also a sister of MINAMOTO no Yoritomo born from the same mother.
  151. Meanwhile, he never forgot to show consideration for Goshirakawa, whose cloister government was terminated, and he built Rengeo-in Temple for him in 1164.
  152. Meanwhile, he once mentioned the Emperor Gomizunoo when he was the Crown Prince.
  153. Meanwhile, he published a magazine called "Sekainonihon" (Japan in the World).
  154. Meanwhile, he purged those who opposed him, such as Yoshinuki ISSHIKI of Shishiki (Four major feudal lords who worked for Muromachi bakufu) and Mochiyori TOKI, a Shugo (Military Governor) of the Province of Ise.
  155. Meanwhile, he served as a preceptor when Emperor Enyu received religious precepts.
  156. Meanwhile, he sought for various new ways, for example, he studied well shamisen kumiuta (song cycles accompanied by koto or shamisen), koto kumiuta (koto suites of songs) or danmono (most important type in shirabemono (the koto solo instrumental music)) and incorporated them into his own works.
  157. Meanwhile, he took an active role in bringing about the downfall of Kiyouji HOSOKAWA, who was a chief of the bakufu's Administrative Office (later Kanrei, shogunal deputy), Takatsune SHIBA, and the Yoshimasa SHIBA family.
  158. Meanwhile, he was appointed as an officer of the Eastern Market Office, the head of the institution managing markets of Sakyo in Kyoto.
  159. Meanwhile, he was appointed as the governor of Kawachi Province and the governor of Yamato Province by the Imperial court, despite already being a high-ranking officer of the bakufu.
  160. Meanwhile, he was appointed to the Kyoto shugo (provincial constable) by the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) and had an offer of marriage to MINAMOTO no Yoritomo's daughter, O-hime (however, the match was refused by O-hime).
  161. Meanwhile, he was close to TAIRA no Kiyomori, due to his wife's mother being a daughter of TAIRA no Tadamori, and he also had a close relationship with FUJIWARA no Korekata whom his sister married into.
  162. Meanwhile, he was harshly criticized for making a mockery of Buddhism, because when he faced a predicament, he became a priest, and as the difficulty passed, he quit the priesthood to return to secular life.
  163. Meanwhile, he was involved in the compilation business of the shogunate, including "Butoku taiseiki", and exchanged knowledge with Hoko HAYASHI and Confucianists of the HAYASHI style.
  164. Meanwhile, he was reported that the situation reversed due to the good work of Taketoki WASHIZU and Yoshiaki MIKI.
  165. Meanwhile, he was transferred from the 2nd Company to the 1st Company, and advanced to lieutenant.
  166. Meanwhile, he went to Kyoto to live in Chionin Temple, and was inspired by Okyo MARUYAMA about his realistic painting style as his teacher.
  167. Meanwhile, he wrote extravagant and easy-to understand works of Noh such as "Yukiyanagi," "Momijigari (Noh)," "Funa Benkei" whose main themes are miraculous virtue, vengeful spirits and mysteries and he became very popular at that time.
  168. Meanwhile, her imina (personal name), 'Sadako,' is thought to have been determined at that time.
  169. Meanwhile, his brother Tokiyori watched calmly without getting involved because he thought it was just a drunken quarrel.
  170. Meanwhile, his colleague Tadanao TAKANASHI was executed at Rokujo-gawara, Kyoto City.
  171. Meanwhile, his date of death is given as August 8, 1189 in Kansei-Choshu-Shokafu, but it's given as October 1190 in Zoku-Gunshoruiju (Japanese history book).
  172. Meanwhile, his mercantilism is said to have caused prevalence of mammonism and graft, and this began to meet a resentment of "fudai daimyo," including Sadanobu MATSUDAIRA, who put a high value on physiocracy that the Edo bakufu conventionally had taken.
  173. Meanwhile, however, a written order issued by Prince Mochihito was communicated across the country, and in August, MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, who had been deported to Izu, and Kai-Genji (Minamoto clan) raised an army around the same time.
  174. Meanwhile, however, he made a certain contribution to political stabilization during the reign of Emperor Ichijo by recruiting capable individuals and working hard to rebuild the bureaucracy system by issuing new regulations
  175. Meanwhile, however, some kabumochi breweries stealthily began contracting out their sake production to mukabumono breweries at a low price.
  176. Meanwhile, however, there were many ronin because of kaieki, and this caused social unrest to grow and finally resulted in a rebellion (Keian Incident).
  177. Meanwhile, if one were to order a pork cutlet in restaurants other than a Japanese style ones, the dish would be something very much different from the Japanese style tonkatsu.
  178. Meanwhile, in "Zoku-Gunsho-Ruiju" and the 'Nakahara keizu,' NAKAHARA no Hirosue was stated as being his real father and OE no Koremitsu was stated as his adaptive father, leaving the truth laregly unclear.
  179. Meanwhile, in 1156 when he held the post of Gon Dainagon (Provisional chief councilor of state), he advised the Cloistered Emperor Toba, who was seriously ill, to prepare in advance for the disturbance that could be expected to follow his death (in the entry of "Gukansho").
  180. Meanwhile, in 1515, he joined forces with Nobusato Oi, local lord of Nishigori in Kai Province, in battle against Shugo Nobutora TAKEDA, temporarily occupying Katsuyama-jo Castle (in Kai Province) located along Nakamichi Okan Road in 1515.
  181. Meanwhile, in 1588 he measured up a site for a new castle at Yoihonomori Yagawasho in Iitaka County, and built Matsuzaka Castle.
  182. Meanwhile, in 1887 the komochi-waku was stipulated to be a width of 48mm and a length 144mm.
  183. Meanwhile, in 1920, the mid Taisho era, the first Japanese architectural design movement was beginning with a group of graduates from the Department of Architecture of Tokyo Imperial University including Sutemi HORIGUCHI, Mamoru YAMADA, Kikuji ISHIDA, Keiichi MORITA and Mayumi TAKIZAWA; it was called Bunri-ha Kenchikukai.
  184. Meanwhile, in 1969, the Zendokyo returned to the Hall.
  185. Meanwhile, in 2004, Lawson (the second largest CVS in Japan) put on sale a product called a 'hand-rolled square package,' which just bent a sheet of dried laver in the shape of U, but some people say it is rather difficult to remove.
  186. Meanwhile, in 2006, there was born Imperial Prince Hisahito as a male member of the Imperial family for the first time in 41 years and the discussion about amendment of the Imperial House Act has calmed down.
  187. Meanwhile, in Catholic teaching, luxury is seen as a form of vanity, one of 'The Seven Deadly Sins,' and it has been thought that God's wrath against people's hedonistic lives has caused epidemics such as the black death and wars.
  188. Meanwhile, in China, a mass of silver, called silver sycee, served as the currency, whose value depended on its weight, and its currency unit was ryo (also known as ginryo or tael).
  189. Meanwhile, in Edo, Yamada Kengyo founded his new Yamada school of Sokyoku in 1777.
  190. Meanwhile, in Japan today, the Measurement Act prohibits using Shakkanho in transactions and certification, imposing a penalty of 500,000 yen or less on an offender.
  191. Meanwhile, in Kyoto, Masatora (later Sengoro, the ninth, and also Sensaku, the first) and Masashige (later Sengoro, the 10th, and also Sensaku, the second) performed unpretentious Kyogen; both belonged to the Sengoro SHIGEYAMA family that adopted as the school's slogan 'O-tofu shugi' (a principle that Kyogen should be accepted by people naturally as tofu [bean curd]).
  192. Meanwhile, in Kyoto, Tanuki Udon refers to Udon noodles topped with deep-fried bean curd cut into strips, thick starchy sauce and grated ginger.
  193. Meanwhile, in November 1301, foreign ships appeared offshore near the Koshikijima Islands in Satsuma Province, and one of them made an attack.
  194. Meanwhile, in Osaka, a battle inside Hongan-ji Temple called the Daisho Ikki had occurred in the previous year of the battle in Yamashina and so there had been distrust of Hongan-ji Temple among believers there.
  195. Meanwhile, in Saigoku (western part of Japan (esp. Kyushu, but ranging as far east as Kinki), peasants strengthened their territorial bonds, formed villages, and established the hyakushouke system (the contract system where the manor's owner entrusts a peasant to manage his manor and pay the customs) to operate shoen independent of jito's management.
  196. Meanwhile, in Western countries, 'pork cutlet' is very common at restaurants as well as at home.
  197. Meanwhile, in foreign countries, Japanese art attracted people's attention to its decorativeness, originated the boom of Japonisme (in English, Japanism), and gave artistic stimulation to the impressionists and Art Nouveau.
  198. Meanwhile, in knife throwing the target is hit by adjusting the speed of the throw and the way it spins and depending on the distance from the target.
  199. Meanwhile, in some reference and history books, Emperor Yomei's name before his enthronement is referred to as 'Tachibana no Toyohi no miko.'
  200. Meanwhile, in some regions, Toshigami is honored as sorei, or ancestral spirits protecting the household.
  201. Meanwhile, in terms of Japanese tastes, the acidity and astringency of wine were not accepted at all at the beginning.
  202. Meanwhile, in terms of the sea, though there is a vast sea to the east of China, each successive unified kingdom set its capital in the inland Guangzhong or in Hunan Province.
  203. Meanwhile, in the Chinese language bloc, generally the sekku is celebrated on the May 5 of the old lunar calendar date.
  204. Meanwhile, in the Japanese language 'kanzashi' was derived from 'kamisashi' (hair insert) and its origin is believed to be flowering plants by which people of ancient times decorated their heads when they invited the deities.
  205. Meanwhile, in the Kinki region such as Osaka, Kyoto, Udon noodles boast unchanged popularity with men and women of all ages, regarded as the leading noodles.
  206. Meanwhile, in the Shingon sect, "Goyuigo," words left by Kukai at the time of his death, were given importance and were regarded to be the rules that were to be followed by priests and believers of this sect.
  207. Meanwhile, in the Yamahoko Junko and Mikoshi togyo are involved less people than the Yoiyama (still, there are a number or people): many people think of the Yoiyama, the eve of festival, at first as the Gion Matsuri Festival.
  208. Meanwhile, in the eastern part of Japan, Norizane UESUGI reestablished the Ashikaga Gakko (Japan's oldest academic institution) by adding a collection of books, so priests and warriors from all over the country gathered to learn.
  209. Meanwhile, in the music for rites and festivals such as matsuri-bayashi (Japanese music) music was been handed down orally and by imitation, while notation was used in only some areas.
  210. Meanwhile, in this period, a surviving retainer Seiko TEI (Zheng Chenggong) (Kokusenya) in Ming asked Japan to send reinforcements, and Yorinobu reacted positively to this request.
  211. Meanwhile, influenced by the division of Hongan-ji Temple and other factors, the Jodo Shinshu sect did not take specific countermeasures against the naming.
  212. Meanwhile, inter-clan conflicts over their positions and theories escalated.
  213. Meanwhile, it also had an aspect as a goal of controversy over the parliamentary regime promoted by major domains, which had repeatedly emerged and broken down by then.
  214. Meanwhile, it appears Masamichi was involved also in the management of Hiranosho (present Hirano Ward, Osaka City) in Sumiyoshi-gun of Settsu Province which had been an important domain for the Sakanoue clan since the time of his father or of his uncle Hirono.
  215. Meanwhile, it is no longer used often in TV short comedies, as there are problems of safety as well as the high insurance cost on actors.
  216. Meanwhile, it is noteworthy that the properties accredited as an important art object do include some European paintings which were not subject to the designation under the Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties after World War II.
  217. Meanwhile, it is said that people openly rumored, even while she was still alive, that she committed adultery with Hoin Daisozu Saiken and ended up having a child named Kaie.
  218. Meanwhile, it is said that the Japanese who were invited to dine with the American rehearsed the situation using a jitte (short, one-hook truncheon) and a backscratcher as substitutes for a knife and fork.
  219. Meanwhile, it is said that the mint output of copper coins was already behind the country's economic scale during the Tang Dynasty and under such circumstances the further outflow of copper coins plunged the Chinese economy into chaos by causing constant lack of copper coins called 'senko'.
  220. Meanwhile, it is true that Zeami looked very much to him as the successor to the Kanze theater.
  221. Meanwhile, it was a custom to hold a ceremony such as a large-scale banquet (grand banquet) when someone was appointed to a minister or Konoe no daisho (Major Captain of the Palace Guards).
  222. Meanwhile, it was decided that Hikaru Genji's daughter, young lady Akashi, would enter the Imperial Court.
  223. Meanwhile, it's natural enemies, in addition to human beings, are sharks, parrot fish and octopus.
  224. Meanwhile, jingama which ashigaru (a common foot soldier) used in a battlefield was quite different from kusarigama.
  225. Meanwhile, kabuki and joruri (dramatic narrative sung with a shamisen accompaniment) flourished and became popular.
  226. Meanwhile, kouchigi (literally "small uchigi") were created for occasions when juni-hitoe were too formal, but everyday clothes might be impolite.
  227. Meanwhile, local people including students in a certain areas, work together and attempt to produce wall paintings in order to prevent graffiti in public places and shops and also make the community network stronger.
  228. Meanwhile, many powerful daimyo under an obligation to the Toyotomi family died one after another: For example, Kiyomasa KATO, Yoshiharu HORIO, and Nagamasa ASANO died in 1611, and Yoshinaga ASANO, and Terumasa IKEDA in 1613.
  229. Meanwhile, mokkan (narrow, long, and thin pieces of wood strung together that were used to write on in ancient times) and almost perfect-shaped gilded tiles and so on were discovered at the lakeside near Karameteguchi (back gateway).
  230. Meanwhile, molded noodles from 1.3mm to less than 1.7mm in diameter are classified into 'Hiyamugi' (wheat noodles cooled on ice), which are also sold by using the trade name of 'Hoso-Udon' (thin udon noodles).
  231. Meanwhile, most of the buildings in the current Kyoto Imperial Palace were constructed by the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) during the late Edo period.
  232. Meanwhile, much like a coffee shop of today, a soba restaurant was also used as a place to see a visitor that one would feel awkward to bring home or just a place to meet someone.
  233. Meanwhile, names of towns such as Suhama-cho, Suhamaike-cho, Tenbinmaru-cho, Yamazato-cho, Kitanogomon-cho, Kodaiin-cho, and Higashihori-cho markedly preserve vestiges of those days.
  234. Meanwhile, north of the station is a residential area of low residential houses, while Biwako sosui (Lake Biwa Canal) runs along the mountains to the north of the residential area.
  235. Meanwhile, of four kinds of commemorative postage stamps issued for commemorating the wedding ceremony held on April 10, 1959, two kinds of stamps, 10-yen stamp and 30-yen stamp, used the portrait of both the Crown Princess and the Crown Princess for their designs.
  236. Meanwhile, on July 29, Yoshitaka HATAKEYAMA, who may have resigned his fate in persistent pursuit by the Ikko-ikki troops, killed himself.
  237. Meanwhile, on March 11th, Taisuke ITAGAKI (Tosa Domain), who was staff officer for the Spearhead governor of the Tosando, reached Hachioji Station.
  238. Meanwhile, on March 6, 1694, he was so intimate with his dojo mate Rokurozaemon SUGANO (a retainer of the Matsudaira clan in Saijo Domain, Iyo Province) that he pledged a bond of uncle and nephew with him.
  239. Meanwhile, on May 2, Saigo allowed the expeditionary force to set sail from Nagasaki with additional authorization of Okubo, and, on July 1, the Japanese army occupied the southern region of Taiwan where the murder incident had occurred.
  240. Meanwhile, on TV shows, this is effective to a certain degree, as performers often have only several seconds to appear.
  241. Meanwhile, on receiving the news that, despite having been engaged in fighting to take Chihaya-jo Castle for such a long time, the bakufu army had yet to take control of it, the feeling that the time was ripe to overthrow the bakufu spread throughout the provinces of Japan.
  242. Meanwhile, on the official route map of April, 1978, Keihan Uji Kotsu confirmed that it was operating Line No.25 between Keihan Yodo and Rokujizo Station as an extension of the Uji-Yodo Route, although its inauguration and closure times were not known.
  243. Meanwhile, one characteristic in this period is that interests from the cultural aspect were drawn to the lives of samurai or common people as attention was paid to them.
  244. Meanwhile, one theory holds that FUJIWARA no Koreshige, Motonaga's nephew (or uncle, according to one theory) performed well as a close associate to Emperor Kazan who ascended the throne in 984, and was deeply involved in developing many policies the emperor vigorously issued.
  245. Meanwhile, ordinary townspeople were only allowed silk or lower-ranked textile, whereas maid servants and hashitame (lowly maidservants) were limited to hemp or cotton.
  246. Meanwhile, ossobugyo were chosen from Hikitsukeshu, except for regency, rensho and ossotonin, for each trial.
  247. Meanwhile, other gods judged Susanoo no mikoto to be expelled from Takamanohara (the plain of high heaven) and was forced to descend to Izumo Province of Ashihara no Nakatsu Kuni.
  248. Meanwhile, other performance arts such as Noh plays were well received by many, and Zeami summarized its aesthetics in the "Fushikaden" (The Flowering Spirit).
  249. Meanwhile, particularly in recent years, some female historians and writers, influenced by feminism, have come to describe Tomiko as a capable female politician different from the exaggerated image.
  250. Meanwhile, partly in the Shinetsu Region, 'Kasujiru with nappa (greens),' which contains only fine cut nozawana as an ingredient, is preferable, and thus ingredients are different according to each region.
  251. Meanwhile, people began to take action to protect the rotting Tsukigase Bairin.
  252. Meanwhile, pots and rice cookers were the valuable goods that thieves tried to steal first and foremost, as a proverb 'rice cooker was stolen on a moonlit night (being very careless)' goes.
  253. Meanwhile, powerful warriors such as MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo, MINAMOTO no Shigenari, MINAMOTO no Suezane, and MINAMOTO no Mitsuyasu died, allowing Kiyomori to become the first warrior to gain control over the Imperial army and police.
  254. Meanwhile, public opinion was divided in two about the next shogun because Shogun Iesada was in poor health and had no children.
  255. Meanwhile, regarding the railway at present, there is no plan to introduce new rolling stock, nor is there a plan to speed up the train, which would be difficult given the recent circumstances.
  256. Meanwhile, rekido was overshadowed by sukuyodo, the emerging astrology that had been established by combining the futenreki and Esoteric Buddhism.
  257. Meanwhile, resident landholders, rich people, influential farmers and others had gained power as the new ruling class.
  258. Meanwhile, restoration of Shinnagata Station and its surrounding area was also implemented to resume operations on March 10.
  259. Meanwhile, restoration of royal rule was realized in 1874, too.
  260. Meanwhile, seeing that Ujimitsu ASHIKAGA, the Kamakura Kubo (the shogunal headquarters in Kamakura), also intended to revolt, Yoshimitsu forgave Takahide's group and Takahide pledged to follow shogun orders in Kyoto.
  261. Meanwhile, several defendants were re-imprisoned on December 23, just before the second public trial.
  262. Meanwhile, shamisen music continued to develop and new styles were introduced one after another, so it took the lead among Japanese musical instruments until the later Edo period.
  263. Meanwhile, she and Lady Murasaki, having learned about each other's good points, grew to be on relatively good terms with each other on either side of their daughter.
  264. Meanwhile, shiki itself shifted from being an expression of an official position to being the right to tax profit, and there were cases where honke or ryoke directly held the shiki of a local lord, or the other way around meaning local lords holding the shiki of honke or ryoke.
  265. Meanwhile, shinsaku Noh (new Noh) which featured the Sino-Japanese War, Russo-Japanese War, and the Second World War were also created.
  266. Meanwhile, shochu with high alcohol (especially those of more than 35%) are sometimes added water or hot water in order to lower its alcohol level then warmed up.
  267. Meanwhile, shoens were also governed by Sengoku-daimyos and gradually decreased.
  268. Meanwhile, shugo-yaku meant various duties imposed on peasants in the territory by shugo in their own rights, most of which were performed by bu-yaku (labor service).
  269. Meanwhile, since April 1, 1999, Keihan Bus spun off its bus lines, under control of the Rakunan Office, into a separate company, Keihan City Bus.
  270. Meanwhile, situations outside Japan are different in some cases.
  271. Meanwhile, some families from tsuwamono-no-ie established themselves as being specialized in military affairs.
  272. Meanwhile, some kokujin with daimyo-class power, such as the Mori clan, Chosokabe clan, Ryuzoji clan, and Tamura clan, became daimyo during the Sengoku Period.
  273. Meanwhile, some of military commanders in Kanto became to make their soldiers retreat at their discretion, and consequently, Kagetora released the siege of Odawara-jo Castile.
  274. Meanwhile, some of this kind have no funny parts even though they are four-frame comics.
  275. Meanwhile, some ordinary citizens and researchers keenly support the theory.
  276. Meanwhile, some people count sushi served in pairs as one kan, but, the origin is unknown.
  277. Meanwhile, some people say that he was a member of the Saito clan whose real family name was Fujiwara because there remains a genealogy indicating that he was the son of Sanekazu, Sanemori's younger brother.
  278. Meanwhile, some regions and some shops knead the dough by stepping on it with their feet.
  279. Meanwhile, some residents of Hokkaido, Okinawa Prefecture, Amami Islands (Kagoshima Prefecture), and Ogasawara Islands (Tokyo) refer to the mainland or Honshu as 'the inland', but they do not usually call their own regions Gaichi as an antonym of the inland.
  280. Meanwhile, some schools from ancient times still exist and are preserving the traditional school while coexisting with modern Kyudo.
  281. Meanwhile, stand-up-eating Udon noodle shops, expected to operate as fast-food places, mostly use Yude-Udon to shorten the time required to prepare the bowls, as much as possible.
  282. Meanwhile, stone carvings that were human shaped ("sekijin" in Japanese) and house shaped ("sekibe" in Japanese) were rapidly decreased in popularity in the northern part of Kyusyu.
  283. Meanwhile, study of history books was popular during the Ming Dynasty, and since mid-Ming, demonstrative study of Keisho emerged.
  284. Meanwhile, tekka was used as a metaphor for kurogane (iron covered with black rust) changing its color to red, as well as for the state of red hot iron.
  285. Meanwhile, temple buildings of the original Yakushi-ji Temple in Asuka (called Moto-Yakushiji Temple) is believed to have existed until around the tenth century.
  286. Meanwhile, the 'princess' falls in love with his master, a consort of the Emperor, and has relations with her, and both of them begin to agonize over their innate characteristics.
  287. Meanwhile, the 4th shogun, FUJIWARA no Yoritsune, who had left the capital for Kamakura in his early years, and worked as a puppet of the regent HOJO family, came of age, and wanted to hold the reigns of government, trying to organize the anti-regent power.
  288. Meanwhile, the Abe clan of Oshu and the Kiyohara clan, who were chiefs of barbarians, gained power.
  289. Meanwhile, the Akamatsu clan (after Akamatsu of Harima Province) also called themselves the Suefusa line of Murakami-Genji.
  290. Meanwhile, the Akazonae (red arms) of Naomasa II was joined by Shogen ISHIGURO, who won back the severed head of Torasada MOROZUMI with Masakazu.
  291. Meanwhile, the Amago side continued the battle by secretly carrying provisions Hisakane UYAMA had bought with his own money into Gassan Toda-jo Castle from a side road.
  292. Meanwhile, the Chinese Soh, imported from Tang during the Nara period, is believed to have been created in the era of Qin (around the third century B.C) by a person called Moten, but it is nothing but a legend.
  293. Meanwhile, the Code of Criminal Procedure was later revised and victims no longer need to autograph in the documents.
  294. Meanwhile, the Edo Castle and its moats were renovated by daimyo who were consigned to labor by the government, and the castle was reborn as a massive, hardened citadel, and big defense facilities were also constructed in a way to surround the Castle and samurai residences.
  295. Meanwhile, the Emperor died and Prince Otsu met unfortunate end on suspicion of a rebellion.
  296. Meanwhile, the Emperor went into raptures about investiture of the Empress, which made Fujitsubo feel guilty.
  297. Meanwhile, the Gakuko school including Liu Yizheng, Go Hitsu, Mei Guangdi, and Hu Xiansu who supervised the magazine "Gakuko" advocated establishing a new culture that bridged China and the West by transforming Ju-kyo and other traditional Chinese culture in a modern way.
  298. Meanwhile, the Genju-an hermitage was rebuilt in 1940.
  299. Meanwhile, the Hokuriku Line was AC-electrified and operated with a few local trains; passengers were required to change trains at Maibara Station in order to transfer from the Kohoku area, the northern coastal area of Lake Biwa, to Otsu Station or the Keihanshin area.
  300. Meanwhile, the Imperial Court granted greater discretionary power to kokushu (or 'zuryo', the head of the provincial governors) beyond the bounds of the traditional Ritsuryo system, aiming to invigorate provincial agriculture and industries, and also to increase tax revenues.
  301. Meanwhile, the Imperial Court urgently needed to secure financial resources for incidental projects (construction, rituals, and so on).
  302. Meanwhile, the Imperial Edict for Establishing a Diet was issued and Ito made a commitment to citizens to inaugurate the Diet.
  303. Meanwhile, the Japanese art world went through a significant change.
  304. Meanwhile, the Kanto Kanrei, Norizane UESUGI, who had often complained about Mochiuji, felt that his life was in danger as he was clearly disfavored by Mochiuji, and he therefore fled to his domain of Kozuke, where he was defeated by Mochiuji.
  305. Meanwhile, the Korean residents living in the nearby area gathered to establish a picket line and put up a barricade.
  306. Meanwhile, the Kosei Line also serves as local transportation within the Kosei area, and various special rapid trains and local trains are operated on the Kosei Line.
  307. Meanwhile, the LED display board and the lamp-stand type of display board are installed as type/destination information boards on the platform for Osaka (platforms 4 and 5) and the Arashiyama Line platform (platforms C and 1), respectively, but those boards don't display 'for' as part of the destinations.
  308. Meanwhile, the Matsubayashi has also been preserved in the Hakata Matsubayashi Festival, the origin of the Hakata Dontaku Festival.
  309. Meanwhile, the Ming side brought the Nichiji Kango (of which there were one hundred copies: Nichiji Nos. 1 to 100) to Japan, and they were compared with the Nichiji Kango teibo that the Japanese side possessed.
  310. Meanwhile, the Minister of the Interior, was enraged when he heard the cynical remark that Genji had made.
  311. Meanwhile, the Miyoshi clan (the Miyoshi Triumvirs) rebelled and raided Shogun Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA at Honkoku-ji Temple.
  312. Meanwhile, the Muromachi bakufu made a landmark ruling in some respects in 1479.
  313. Meanwhile, the Nichiren Sect Danrin school (Matsugasaki Danrin) founded by Nissho during the Tensho era became Honyu-ji Temple and served as one of the places of study and training for the Nichiren Sect monks of Kyoto.
  314. Meanwhile, the Oda clan received a request from Tsugutura CHO for reinforcement as Katsuie SHIBATA and so on, was on the way to Kaga Province with an advance party of 30,000 soldiers, and a main force of 18,000 soldiers led by Nobunaga.
  315. Meanwhile, the Retired Emperor Reigen worked with Sekkan, the families privileged to become Sessho and Kampaku, who are critical to Motohiro KONOE, he often shocked the government of the Emperor Higashiyama or the subsequent Emperor, Nakamikado.
  316. Meanwhile, the Saionji Cabinet, which was promoting administrative and financial reform, refused to give in to this pressure.
  317. Meanwhile, the Seiyukai and the Kokuminto formed an alliance thanks to the great efforts of a member of the Seiyukai, YUKIO OZAKI, and the Kokuminto leader, Tsuyoshi INUKAI.
  318. Meanwhile, the Setto school, which descended from Ko Sogi, excelled in history, and their representative, Sho Gakusei (Zhang Xuecheng), preached a Rikkei Kaishi theory, engaging in the research of Keisho from a historical point of view.
  319. Meanwhile, the Shonai Clan drove the Imperial army back but, they became unable to continue to fight with the Ouetsu-reppan alliance breaking down and surrendered on November 10, 1868.
  320. Meanwhile, the TAIRA clan recovered its power in Saigoku (the western part of Japan) and closed down Fukuhara-kyo (Capital of Fukuhara) (Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture).
  321. Meanwhile, the Taira clan had recovered its force to make its way into the Capital of Fukuhara, Settsu Province to aim at recapturing the Capital of Kyoto.
  322. Meanwhile, the Taira family had advanced to Fukuwara-kyo District, Settsu Province, and Norimori and his sons subdued rebel groups in western districts; especially, Norimori's second son, Noritsune, fought valiantly.
  323. Meanwhile, the Taira family, for whom Hikoshima was their only remaining stronghold, were unable to adequately resupply their troops with provisions and weapons.
  324. Meanwhile, the Takeda force held a war council a soon as they heard of the arrival of Nobunaga.
  325. Meanwhile, the Tendai sect in Japan, which was founded by Saicho at about the same time, learned the Hoke-kyo Sutra, Mikkyo, commandment and Zen simultaneously.
  326. Meanwhile, the Tetsunojo KANZE family and the Yoshiyuki KANZE family are close to both Umewaka families.
  327. Meanwhile, the Uchi-Kanrei (head of Tokuso Family), who was the top of the Miuchibito, gradually began to gain power, and during the Koan period Uchi-Kanrei TAIRA no Yoritsuna and a senior vassal Yasumori ADACHI became opposed to one another.
  328. Meanwhile, the Udoneri guarding the Emperor and the Jiju, attendants of the Emperor, was obliged to wear a sword.
  329. Meanwhile, the United States felt unrest about Japanese ambition towards the territorial profit from Qing and its modern and powerful navy after the Russo-Japanese War.
  330. Meanwhile, the Yuan army occupied Hakata, but arrows ran short due to day-long fierce battles and the army became disorganized.
  331. Meanwhile, the actual binding power for the authority was not necessarily enough in some aspects.
  332. Meanwhile, the address of Archives and Mausolea Department, The Imperial Household Agency is at Kojozan, Momoyama-cho.
  333. Meanwhile, the argument about independence of the Togoku region was significantly receded.
  334. Meanwhile, the army of Prince Otomo (Imperial court's side) also sent tens of thousands of soldiers, but it was defeated in Okinaga no Yokokawa in July 30.
  335. Meanwhile, the army of bakufu in Kawachi was agitated by the news of the coup in Kyoto, and estrangements occurred one after another.
  336. Meanwhile, the assistant referees can also ask to stop the match.
  337. Meanwhile, the attention of the Japanese government and domestic public opinion shifted to the issues that related to the Shizoku no hanran (revolt by family or person with samurai ancestors) and establishment of constitutional system, and gradually former Seikan-ha were losing their interest on Korean issues.
  338. Meanwhile, the bakufu argued as follows:
  339. Meanwhile, the books of the Ichikata version contains 'Kanjo no maki' (the Initiate's Chapter), a tragic love story of a waiting woman, and a sequel to the story in which TAIRA no Tokuko, who was saved after she threw herself into the ocean in the Battle of Dannoura, became a nun and was leading a life devoted to praying to Buddha.
  340. Meanwhile, the custom is not implemented in Yamaguchi Prefecture, except for Iwakuni City, which is situated on the eastern edge of Yamaguchi Prefecture and is included in the Hiroshima urban area.
  341. Meanwhile, the daughters of the emperors are named Himemiko (imperial princess).
  342. Meanwhile, the domain, which had a detached territory in Harima Province, also issued a ginsatsu guaranteed by the Tsuji clan of Ozawa-mura, Kato-gun, Harima Province.
  343. Meanwhile, the fence and the columns supporting the roofs are painted in vermilion colors, which have to do with the neighboring Miyake Hachimangu Shrine from which the station's name originated.
  344. Meanwhile, the first Tsushinshi in the Edo period was sent to the bakufu due to efforts of the Tsushima Domain and had an audience with Ieyasu on June 29, 1607.
  345. Meanwhile, the first volume of the "Collection of Buddhist Sutras" (No 901, collection of Buddhist sutras edited during the Taisho period) describes Shaka Kinrin as a golden figure wearing a crown decorated with seven treasures and emitting light from its body.
  346. Meanwhile, the food section of convenience stores and supermarkets often have a few dishes peculiar to their local communities.
  347. Meanwhile, the foreign merchants' side also had suffered from sales slumps owing to the economic chaos in Japan which resulted from Japan's failure in the Bunroku-Keicho War and the effects of the Battle of Sekigahara.
  348. Meanwhile, the former shogun Yoshitada ASHIKAGA (Yoshiki, later known as Yoshitane), who was displaced by the Meio Coup, had been relying on Yoshioki OUCHI in Suo Province since 1499.
  349. Meanwhile, the kakushi nenbutsu derived from Jodo Shinshu could not help concealing their beliefs even from the organization of the Hongan-ji school of Jodo Shinshu, because it was deemed heresy from the organization itself.
  350. Meanwhile, the kanno by shoen owners was expected by farmers or myoshu, for example, the exemption of nengu or benefits for laborers and so on.
  351. Meanwhile, the list of town names and the number of towns in this explanation are on the basis of "Kadokawa Nihon Chimei Daijiten" for convenience' sake to avoid confusion.
  352. Meanwhile, the lord of Kuroi-jo Castle, Naomasa AKAI who was dreaded as the 'Red Ogre of Tanba' and the lord of Yagami-jo Castle started a revolt to conquer Tanba Province from Hideharu HATANO, and in September 1565, Nagayori MATSUNAGA led an expedition with more than 700 soldiers.
  353. Meanwhile, the messenger for bringing heihaku from Jinja Honcho (The Association of Shinto Shrines) to the subsidiary shrines is called kenpeishi.
  354. Meanwhile, the moat of Takenouchi village has still remained in the west of the village.
  355. Meanwhile, the motherless child grew up in the home with the Emperor.
  356. Meanwhile, the new government published 'Charter Oath of Five Articles,' drafted by Takachika FUKUOKA (a feudal retainer of Tosa) and Kosei YURI (a feudal retainer of Echizen), and amended by Koin KIDO of Choshu, as they needed to set the guidelines of the administration.
  357. Meanwhile, the number of local trains running in the section between Omi-Imazu and Omi-Shiotsu was initially three per day, which is exceptionally few, due to the operation of few AC electric local trains, and also due to the fact that part of the section changed to the AC electrification between this section.
  358. Meanwhile, the oldest son Kyonyo occupied Ishiyama against the peace agreement after Kennyo's retreat, causing Hongan-ji Temple to split into two schools, Kennyo's and Kyonyo's, and Kennyo was charged with violation of the oath.
  359. Meanwhile, the original Sanskrit text of "Kanmuryoju-kyo Sutra" has not been discovered, so it is assumed that its broad outline was established in Central Asia around 4-5 A.D. and that factors related to China were added during the process of translation.
  360. Meanwhile, the original Yakushi-ji Temple (Moto-Yakushiji Temple) in Asuka existed for a while even after the relocation to Heijo-kyo.
  361. Meanwhile, the origins of many makurakotoba, such as 'ashihikino' and 'nubatamano,' are unknown, although various opinions are delivered.
  362. Meanwhile, the patrimony of Goto clan was succeeded by Takaharu GOTO, the second son, because the first son, Iki no kami (governor of Iki Province) had been murdered together with their father.
  363. Meanwhile, the plateau type is made by heaping up earth in the shape of a plateau.
  364. Meanwhile, the political maneuvering by the Ibaraki Prefecture side was advanced, and the maneuvering to conciliate Yonosuke was also attempted by presenting the alternate plan to change the prefectural border around Sawara to the Yokotone-gawa River which was to the north of the mainstream of the Tone-gawa River.
  365. Meanwhile, the position as Onmyoji was looked down on by the court noble society, and treated it as 'background work' despite its necessity.
  366. Meanwhile, the purpose of enbu is to show techniques to the audience, so the defender knows what technique is next, and inexperienced defenders may be actively attuned to the thrower.
  367. Meanwhile, the purpose of the books printed and published in Macau was for education in Latin, and in addition, many books including books of creeds such as 'Dochiriina Kirishitan' (Christian Doctrine [Doctrina Christan]), and so on were published.
  368. Meanwhile, the radical faction in Edo, including Yasube HORIBE, which had prioritized the decapitation of Kozukenosuke KIRA over family restoration repeatedly sent letters to OISHI requesting that he relocates to Edo.
  369. Meanwhile, the record that Moriaki MATSUDA (松田盛明) was Shugo (military governor) in Bizen Province in this period is confirmed, but the relationship with Motoyasu or Motokuni is unclear.
  370. Meanwhile, the regent for the Shogun, Tokiyori HOJO, sensing a crisis in the fact that Michiie KUJO (Yoritsugu's grandfather) controlled both the Shogun family and the Regent families and wanting to eliminate the Kujo clan from the political world, intervened in the Shogunate government.
  371. Meanwhile, the regional ruling classes called Kokujin (国人) gained power.
  372. Meanwhile, the ruling class not only exploited farmers by nengu, but also implemented several measures of kanno to cultivate farmers.
  373. Meanwhile, the rumor had it that Tomomitsu was an illegitimate child of Yoritomo.
  374. Meanwhile, the same kind of regulation was applied to samurai and townspeople, although they were not as severe as with farmers.
  375. Meanwhile, the second ship that Ganjin boarded returned to Japan safely.
  376. Meanwhile, the selector tried to avoid selecting the poems by the same contemporary poets.
  377. Meanwhile, the sons of the emperors were called Miko (imperial prince).
  378. Meanwhile, the special unit is used for acreage.
  379. Meanwhile, the system obliged the temple to give religious instructions to its believers, and had the Buddhist organizations play a role in the regime of the Edo shogunate.
  380. Meanwhile, the title "Iemoto" first appeared in "kinsei Edo chomonshu"(a collection of stories about modern Edo) written by Bunko BABA in 1757.
  381. Meanwhile, the ukeoi daikan levied harshly from farmers and made it their own profit on site.
  382. Meanwhile, the underground passage extending from Kawaramachi Station connects to the aboveground passage between Saiin Station and Nishikyogoku Station.
  383. Meanwhile, the volume of Kosho (810 cubic bu) was defined as 1 yaku (0.5 go [a unit of mass]), and the mass of 1,200 grains of black mille, which could fill up the inside of Kosho, was defined as 12 shu (0.5 ryo [a unit of mass]).
  384. Meanwhile, the voting system was changed from signed voting to secret voting and elementary school teachers were deprived of eligibility.
  385. Meanwhile, the wakyu has a standard length of 221 cm that is biggest in the world by observing just length, the grip being positioned at one-third length from the bottom, lowered as seen from the center of the bow (the longer top and short bottom) and it is made from one unit structure.
  386. Meanwhile, the whole area of current Gojo City belongs to the 'Nara No.4 District' as a constituency of the House of Representatives, which has not been changed from that before the merger.
  387. Meanwhile, the young masters who were sons of those merchants were fond of graceful Hondamage hairstyle.
  388. Meanwhile, there are multiple organizations and factions that had separated from Morihei's disciples or Aikikai ("major factions").
  389. Meanwhile, there is a popular view that the Ouchi clan would have substantially fallen by this revolt.
  390. Meanwhile, there is a theory that in fact he might have not traveled, although a story says that he managed to have joined the shogunate procession using influential connections.
  391. Meanwhile, there is also an idea that spirits remain in this world, although traditional dogmas say little about the idea, and stories of ghosts and spirits have been often talked about by the public and get around as urban legends even today.
  392. Meanwhile, there is another explanation that Sotatsu HAYAMI was allowed to establish an offshoot of Itto Soshitsu, when accosted and asked by Imperial Prince Shogoinnomiya Einin, after Itto's death.
  393. Meanwhile, there is another folkway custom of jusan-mairi gala for 13 year old children to visit shrines and temples to pray (for knowledge, happiness and health to become adults) originating in Kyoto and Osaka, it is also gradually spreading to the whole country.
  394. Meanwhile, there is evidence that the 'Shishi' of that occasion was broader to the south than in the past.
  395. Meanwhile, there is little reference to Tametomo in historical materials.
  396. Meanwhile, there remained bilateral territorial issues on the possession of the Ryukyu islands.
  397. Meanwhile, there was a time after the Meiji period when this fact was misunderstood, as monjodo integrated kidendo and became 'monjodo' and 'monjo hakase,' although the name 'monjodo' was just a popular name.
  398. Meanwhile, there were incidents of foreigners being stabbed.
  399. Meanwhile, there were no remarkable achievements as a warrior, but in 1019, when he was engaged in police activities around Kyoto, he arrested a thug.
  400. Meanwhile, there were some historical papers describing the upper class shying away from soba and dismissing eating soba as a lower class custom.
  401. Meanwhile, there were some like Eichi SHIBUSAWA, who preached that even in modern society, and even for people who are considered 'sophisticated modern people,' Ju-kyo's moral values are valid in certain areas such as the importance of social contribution.
  402. Meanwhile, they evaded heavy taxes imposed by the Kokufu and prevented intervention by the Imperial Court by donating shoen (manor) to Ingu oshinke (a general term for Imperial families and nobilities) and influential temples and shrines.
  403. Meanwhile, they suggested the tragic ending of freedom in an uncertain mood.
  404. Meanwhile, thinkers such as Kantan and O Ju (Wang Chong) advocated atheism, and criticized Shini from their rationalistic perspective.
  405. Meanwhile, this cooperation put Tamemitsu under the influence of Kaneie and Kaneie's heir FUJIWARA no Michitaka.
  406. Meanwhile, this punitive expedition of the Emperor is not described in Kojiki at all.
  407. Meanwhile, those in domain cliques seem to never die even if they were beaten.'
  408. Meanwhile, type 113 suburban cars were introduced for Rapid service in 1964 because it became difficult for the existing type 80 cars to cope with the congestion during the rush hour and private railway companies introduced new cars for the super-express trains during the early 1960's.
  409. Meanwhile, usukuchi soy-sauce is used to season boiled food or soup so that the flavor of soup stock wouldn't be spoiled.
  410. Meanwhile, various bills issued by the Mori clan still exist because they were issued for a longer time.
  411. Meanwhile, when Emperor Shotoku passed away in 770, they were recommended by KIBI no Makibi as a candidate for Crown Prince, although the plan did not come to fruition.
  412. Meanwhile, when cooking only pufferfish parts which have already been processed by a licensed cook, a license is not required.
  413. Meanwhile, when creating the reply, these regions were collectively referred to as colonies in internal documents of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  414. Meanwhile, when people died, rice land allotted to the people was confiscated by the government.
  415. Meanwhile, when the Boshin War was started against the Mito Domain, which became a complete Sabaku-ha (supporters of the Shogun) due to the actions of the conservatives, the Imperial Court ordered to hunt down and kill shoseito.
  416. Meanwhile, with Shinto, State Shinto was promoted and Jingiin (Institute of Divinities) was founded in 1940.
  417. Meanwhile, with a change in quality of the ritsuryo political system, what was required in the society of nobles and government officials changed from the ability of business writing to that of literary writing, such as composing Chinese poetry.
  418. Meanwhile, with the appointment to the second lieutenant of Army and Navy, the Crown Prince customarily enlisted in the Guards Division.
  419. Meanwhile, with the development of commerce and industry and the establishment of Gosonsei system (the self-governing system of coalitions of villages), a new style of culture developed among commercial and industrial workers in urban areas (Machishu) as well as peasants.
  420. Meanwhile, within the world of sankyoku focus is placed on 'tegotomono,' in which the instrumental aspect developed during the Edo period and which was also influenced by the Western music that was introduced since the Meiji Restoration.
  421. Meao Fudo
  422. Mearai Jizo (eye-washing Jizo)
  423. Measure the capacity of container for preparation.
  424. Measure the moromi acids degree and amino acids degree.
  425. Measurement 74 mm by 156 mm
  426. Measurement 80 mm by 190 mm
  427. Measurement 89 mm by 174 mm
  428. Measurement of butsudan and butsugu (a Buddhist altar and its fittings) is based on shakkan-ho (a Japanese measuring system).
  429. Measurement survey and excavation
  430. Measurements can be conducted at all times and unmanned, but it sometimes happens that measurement becomes impossible in cloudy conditions or when the density is high.
  431. Measurements of karaki butsudan are indicated by outer dimensions of its height and door width.
  432. Measurements of small butsudan which are usually installed on the top of tansu (chest) are indicated by 'go' or 'take' for total heights.
  433. Measurements taken by the government
  434. Measurements were determined on the basis of the child of the photographer in the photographs
  435. Measures
  436. Measures against damage due to kosa are taken in various areas.
  437. Measures are taken to close windows, to remove kosa stuck to clothes and to do cleaning after kosa ceases falling are considered.
  438. Measures such as installing extra windows, temporarily stopping rapid trains and mobilizing extra trains are taken in order to cope with the extreme congestion during the New Year holidays created by the crowds of worshipers.
  439. Measures such as the permission to use the 'allergy clinic' medical specialty in 1996 and the founding of the RIKEN Research Center for Allergy and Immunology in 2003 were also due to the actions of Diet members.
  440. Measures taken
  441. Measures to be taken against kosa
  442. Measures to prevent damage and pass the mural paintings to future generations have been discussed from different perspective since the discovery.
  443. Measures were taken to allow Japan called Wa at that time, a country far away, not to send a mission every year, as described in the Books of Tang below.
  444. Measuring 73.0 meters in height, it is an arch type concrete dam of the 'concrete dome arch dam' type.
  445. Measuring 73.0 meters in height, it is an arched dam of concrete, built as a specified multipurpose dam with the multiple aims of the flood control of the Uji-gawa River, supplying drinking water to Uji City, and the hydroelectric power generation of up to 598-thousand watts.
  446. Meat
  447. Meat diet (Sukiyaki, beef hot pot)
  448. Meat dish
  449. Meat dish street stalls sell grilled sausage (normal style or Isaanian style).
  450. Meat dishes and fried foods (short rib, char siu, hamburger, bacon, chicken teriyaki, shrimp tenpura, squid tenpura, shishamo smelt tenpura)
  451. Meat mixture
  452. Meat of each part of a whale is provided with different nutritious elements.
  453. Meat of tail
  454. Meat sauce (Bolognese sauce)
  455. Meat: It is said that, before the Meiji period, Japanese except for discriminated people and the Ainu tribe, had no custom of eating meat, but meat of wild boars was eaten as a drug and people living in mountainous areas often ate the animals they hunted.
  456. Meatball
  457. Meatball-shaped fish paste with added hen's eggs and starch.
  458. Meatball-shaped paste of ground chicken etc. with added hen's eggs and starch.
  459. Meatballs are commonly used for the ingredient because they are suggestive of shiroboshi (victory mark).
  460. Meats are often used as ingredients.
  461. Meboshi wo tsukeru (to mark down), Zuboshi (lucky guess)
  462. Meboshi wo tsukeru (to mark)
  463. Mebu: 60 each for Samaryo and Umaryo
  464. Mecha
  465. Mechanic: Ichinosuke MIYASHIGE
  466. Mechanical Engineering
  467. Mechanical and System Engineering
  468. Mechanical dolls and the like seen in places other than Japan
  469. Mechanical, Civil, Architectural, and Other Fields of Engineering
  470. Mechanism
  471. Mechanism for tickling
  472. Mechanism of complete fermentation
  473. Mechanism of jori
  474. Mechanism of maturing
  475. Mechanism of sake brewing control
  476. Medals for Merit
  477. Medals for merit
  478. Medals for merit were conferred on persons according to the persons' distinguished services.
  479. Medals of Honor: Ikebana Hosho-hai (a medal of honor for Ikebana)
  480. Medashi Yanagi Midori no Matsumae (1888), which is commonly called Isshin Tasuke (Tasuke of the Cloudless Heart).
  481. Media
  482. Media Art
  483. Media Institute
  484. Media Programs Featuring Shigemori
  485. Media Studies
  486. Media companies that use mainly the Japanese calendar and gengo
  487. Media organization
  488. Media representatives and people with critical views on religious cults treat the group as a cult.
  489. Media that Featured Yoshinori
  490. Mediaeval Onmyodo researcher Shinji KOSAKA restored Rikujinshinka used in the Heian period based on existent Rikuninkanmon and literature of the time.
  491. Mediated by his disciple, Kojo, FUJIWARA no Fuyutsugu and YOSHIMINE no Yasuyo, the construction of Daijo-Kaidan (Mahayana ordination center) was chartered 7 days after his death.
  492. Mediation and Quirky Social Skills
  493. Medical
  494. Medical Engineering Course
  495. Medical Life Systems Course
  496. Medical Science
  497. Medical care
  498. Medical center
  499. Medical colleges under the former system and colleges of dentistry under the former system were upgraded to universities under the old system.
  500. Medical effect and toxicity
  501. Medical examination of an emperor
  502. Medical researchers are studying the slowing of breathing during zazen meditation.
  503. Medical services
  504. Medical services and welfare
  505. Medical springs
  506. Medical springs are further categorized as follows based on the dissolved ingredients and their amounts.
  507. Medical springs that contain specified ingredients
  508. Medical technologies spread through interpreters and Ranpoi came about.
  509. Medication
  510. Medicinal effects such as recovery from fatigue
  511. Medicinal herbs Siebold collected from various parts of Japan were grown in the garden.
  512. Medicinal uses
  513. Medicine
  514. Medieval Literature
  515. Medieval Period
  516. Medieval Period to early-modern times
  517. Medieval Philosophy
  518. Medieval Times
  519. Medieval age
  520. Medieval kuge-ryo (landholdings of court nobles) included the land of their own residence, properties of goganji (a temple for the Imperial Family) and uji-dera temples (which had been built for praying clan's glory) and jisha-ryo (landholdings of temples and shrines), but the main source of income was their private shoen manors.
  521. Medieval myths are currently being studied in the field of Japanese literature, but rarely are they studied in the research field of mythology.
  522. Medieval period
  523. Medieval period (Kamakura period and Muromachi period)
  524. Medieval period (excluive of civil wars)
  525. Medieval period and recent times (significance)
  526. Medieval period to beginning in the early-modern times
  527. Medieval records
  528. Medieval time
  529. Medieval times
  530. Medieval wakan
  531. Meditative practice methods include Susokukan (Breath counting meditation), Asokukan (Breathing meditation), and Gachirinkan (Moon Disc meditation).
  532. Medium hatago
  533. Medium-size car
  534. Medium-sized floating pier
  535. Medium-sized maps on a scale of 1 to 216,000, 8 sheets in total
  536. Meeting Yukoku FUJITA in Edo: The influence of Mitogaku (the scholarship and academic traditions that arose in the Mito Domain)
  537. Meeting at the Kumogahata Iwaya-bashi Bridge, the Sofudani-gawa River, which originates in the east of Mt. Sajikiga-take in Kumogahata, Kita Ward, and the Kumogahata-Iwaya-gawa River, which originates in Yakushi-toge Mountain Pass in the south of Mt. Sajikiga-take, change their name to the Kumogahata-gawa River.
  538. Meeting room.
  539. Meeting the king, HAI told him the words of Emperor Yo-dai after receiving the words of welcome from the king.
  540. Meeting with Ingen
  541. Meeting with Shiki
  542. Meeting with Yoritomo
  543. Meeting with sakimori at this time led him to collect Sakimori-no-uta (poetry written by Sakimori soldiers) in Manyoshu.
  544. Meetings by the ministers of the environments of Japan, China and South Korea
  545. Meetings for Japanese swimming style are held every spring in various parts of the country, and Japanese Martial Arts Swimming Championship is held every summer.
  546. Meetings of Daijokan were sometimes held in the building of Gekicho and those meetings were called Gekisei.
  547. Mefu-jinja Shrine (Matsue City) (enshrined with other deities)
  548. Mefu-jinja Shrine (Takarazuka City): Main enshrined deity Shitateruhime no kami
  549. Mefun
  550. Megane-e are pictures that use the western line perspective method to draw landscapes, etc., which appear three-dimensional when looked at through a convex lense called Nozoki megane which is placed in a box.
  551. Megatakiuchi
  552. Megatakiuchi referred to the killing of one's wife in adultery along with the man with whom she had committed the adultery.
  553. Megatakiuchi was the duty of a samurai once the adultery came to light, but since it did no one any great credit even when Megatakiuchi was achieved, such cases were often settled in private without being made public.
  554. Megumi HATAKENAKA (1959 -)
  555. Meguro Fudo
  556. Meguro Fudo (Ryusen-ji Temple)
  557. Meguro Fudo, Mejiro Fudo and Meaka Fudo, in particular, can be identified in documents in the Edo Period and were places of interest known as the "Three Fudo."
  558. Meguro and Mejiro as geographical names have been in existence in Tokyo for a long time.
  559. Meguro and Mejiro existed prior to the Edo Priod.
  560. Meguro was particularly respected as it was associated with hawking that Shogun Iemitsu enjoyed.
  561. Mehari-zushi (rice ball wrapped with leaf mustard)
  562. Mehari-zushi is also one of the local dishes in Nara and Wakayama Prefectures (and in the Kumano region of Mie Prefecture).
  563. Mei (inscription)
  564. Mei no iratsume
  565. Mei no iratsume (year of birth and death unknown) was a daughter of SOGANOKURA-YAMADA no Ishikawamaro.
  566. Mei was taken from "Genji Monogatari" (The Tale of Genji).
  567. Mei was taken from Hyakunin-Isshu.
  568. Meian (May 1916 - December, "Asahi Shinbun"/January 1917, Iwanami Shoten)
  569. Meiboku Sendai Hagi (The Disputed Succession of the Date Family)
  570. Meiboku Sendaihagi (Sendaihagi) (The Disputed Succession of the Date Family)
  571. Meibutsu (in this case, good tea utensils)
  572. Meibutsu Itsutsu Nasu (Meibutsu five Nasu)
  573. Meibutsu Rokujo (famous product six quires)
  574. Meibutsu can be regarded as a rating of tea utensils.
  575. Meichin and his son who had been imprisoned were ordered to commit suicide by disembowelment in March, two months after Mitsunori's death, and the Ogasawara clan who had power as shugodai (deputy military governor) of Isshiki clan fell about the same time with Mitsunori's death.
  576. Meichin was not dismissed from Mikawa no kuni shugodai (provincial governor of Mikawa Province).
  577. Meido no Hikyaku (Umekawa Chube) (The Courier for Hades)
  578. Meien-ji Temple
  579. Meigen no gi (ceremony of resounding bowstrings)
  580. Meigetsu Hachiman Matsuri (The Autumn Hachiman Festival)
  581. Meigetsu ya/ike wo megurite/yomosugara (The autumn moon, I wandered round the pond, all night long)
  582. Meigetsu-in Temple
  583. Meigetsu-in Temple is a Buddhist temple belonging to the Kencho-ji School of the Rinzai Sect located in Kamakura City, Kanagawa Prefecture.
  584. Meigetsu-in Temple is now famous as 'The Temple of Hydrangeas' and becomes extremely busy during the flower season.
  585. Meigetsu-in Temple was a sub-temple of the larger Zenko-ji Temple which was closed at the beginning of the Meiji period so that Meigetsu-in Temple is now all that remains.
  586. Meigetsu-in Temple was founded by Yamanouchi Uesugi family progenitor and Kanto Kanrei (Shogun's deputy in the Kanto region) Norikata UESUGI, who invited Misshitsu Shugo to serve as head priest.
  587. Meigetsuki (The Record of the Clear Moon)
  588. Meigetsuki Diary, (spring of the tenth year of Kenkyu [1199])
  589. Meihachi-bashi Bridge
  590. Meihan Kintetsu Bus Corporation regularly provides mountain bus service from Sekigahara and Ogaki Station on holydays including weekends and summer vacation.
  591. Meihan National Route runs across the village, thus the village is quite conveniently located in terms of public transportation.
  592. Meihosotetsu
  593. Meihosotetsu (1277 - May 5, 1350) was a Soto sect Buddhist monk from the late Kamakura period to the period of the Northern and Southern Courts.
  594. Meiji
  595. Meiji Dairies ? Kyoto Plant
  596. Meiji Emperor asked the chamberlain on the way home from Tenran Kabuki concerning 'Yodarekuri,' 'does that person hold incense and a rice bowl even at the house?'
  597. Meiji Era
  598. Meiji Era and Later
  599. Meiji HASHIMOTO, "Joshin" (浄心) (Purified Heart) 1937
  600. Meiji Noho (Meiji agricultural methods)
  601. Meiji Noho is the general term of accumulation and systemization of the conventional agricultural techniques represented by records on agriculture, as opposed to modern agriculture.
  602. Meiji Period
  603. Meiji Period and later
  604. Meiji Restoration
  605. Meiji Restoration (Meiji-ishin)
  606. Meiji Restoration and Umewaka group
  607. Meiji Tsuho
  608. Meiji Tsuho are governmental bills (non-convertible paper money) issued at the beginning of the Meiji period.
  609. Meiji Tsuho, issued in May 1872, were welcomed by the people as fresh bills that announced the arrival of a new period, and at the same time, the removal of the former bills in circulation was proceeded.
  610. Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Nara Branch
  611. Meiji Yasuda Seimei Kyoto Building - Northwest corner of the intersection
  612. Meiji and Taisho
  613. Meiji and Taisho period
  614. Meiji and Taisho periods
  615. Meiji government
  616. Meiji government, which was established through Restoration of Imperial Rule (Japan) after Japan opened herself to the world at the late Edo period, abolished daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) and samurai hierarchy and set up the peerage and shizoku under the policy of equity of all people.
  617. Meiji is the era after Keio and before Taisho.
  618. Meiji is the name of an era in Japan.
  619. Meiji juyonen no seihen
  620. Meiji juyonen no seihen (the failed Meiji-14 coup of 1881)
  621. Meiji period
  622. Meiji period and later
  623. Meiji roku-nen no Seihen (Coups of 1873)
  624. Meiji roku-nen no Seihen (Coups of 1873) is a major political change in the early Meiji era caused by Seikanron (debate on subjugation of Korea).
  625. Meiji setsu (the birthday of Emperor Meiji)
  626. Meiji setsu is the first public holiday which was established to commemorate the birthday of an emperor.
  627. Meiji was named after the clause in I Ching (The Book of Changes), 'Looking to south, the saint listens to the world and, facing towards light, he governs.'
  628. Meiji's bad counterfeit money problem
  629. Meiji-Jingu Shrine, which enshrines the Empress, requested the Kunaisho (Imperial Household Ministry) and Imperial Household Regency for her posthumous title to be changed to 'Empress Shoken' two times, in 1920 and 1963, but was denied both times.
  630. Meiji-jingu Shrine
  631. Meiji-jingu Shrine (Shibuya Ward, Tokyo Prefecture)
  632. Meiji-jingu Shrine in Shibuya Ward, Tokyo performs yabusame for the Rei Dai Sai in November.
  633. Meiji-jingu Shrine is especially famous.
  634. Meiji-jingu Shrine: 3.05 million
  635. Meiji-kokyu
  636. Meijin
  637. Meijin and Queen
  638. Meijin-sen and Queen-sen
  639. Meiju-bashi Bridge
  640. Meika UNO
  641. Meika UNO (June 27, 1698 - May 15, 1745) was a Japanese Confucian scholar in the middle of the Edo period.
  642. Meika himself remained in Kyoto and studied Chinese and kobunjigaku under Genko DAICHO.
  643. Meika spent ten-odd years at home, carefully reading ancient books and documents, to devote himself to studies.
  644. Meikai
  645. Meikaku KUSAKABE
  646. Meikaku KUSAKABE visited many places throughout Japan, writing inscriptions, the number of which is said having reached a thousand and several hundreds.
  647. Meikaku KUSAKABE was surprised that Suo's power in brush strokes had become stronger and stronger as his coming closer to his latest years.
  648. Meikaku KUSAKABE went to Qing (refer to the item of effects by Xu Sangeng)
  649. Meikaku innovated the Chinese calligraphic styles based on the six-dynasty style, and in addition, tried to provide calligraphy with a basis suitable for the period through systematic studies of inscriptions and copybooks.
  650. Meike (also pronounced Meika) was one of the kakaku (family status) of kuge (court noble) established after the Kamakura period and it was of equal rank to the House of Urin and positioned in a higher rank than hanke (a kind of family status of the Court nobles) (kuge).
  651. Meike (important noble family)
  652. Meike (important noble family) (kuge (court noble))
  653. Meikiri (Carving inscription)
  654. Meimei no Gi (naming ceremony)
  655. Meimei no gi (naming ceremony)
  656. Meimei no gi is a ceremony for naming an imperial member on the seventh day (oshichiya) from his/her birthday.
  657. Meimon
  658. Meimon is of the school of 'Toyo' (ramen store) at Yamashina Nishino (already closed).
  659. Meimon, Goku, Tentenyu, and others belong to this type.
  660. Meinichi
  661. Meinichi means a deathday, or the day of a person's death.
  662. Meio (October 25, 1500) - February 29, 1501
  663. Meio July 19, 1492 - (September 28, 1500)
  664. Meirei-ritsu in Yoro included undutifulness in its hachigyaku along with crimes such as perfidiousness.
  665. Meireki April 13, 1655 - July 23, 1658
  666. Meireki Oban
  667. Meireki-Oban: it is said to be coined in Edo after the Great Fire in Meireki.
  668. Meirekiban (also referred to as Edoban): On the back side, the hallmark of '久・七・新' (kyu, seven, shin) or '九・七・竹' (nine, seven, take) is carved, and this Meirekiban has the bigger number of existing coins than any other Keicho Oban types.
  669. Meirin elementary school built with aide of ordinary people in Kyoto during the Meiji era, had been closed, and a space for conducting art-related activities was established on the site, using the original school building.
  670. Meirinkan Main Gate - main gate of the clan school founded by domain head Fusashige MAKINO during the Edo Period.
  671. Meirinsha (central college of Shingaku)
  672. Meiroku Zasshi
  673. Meiroku Zasshi is a bulletin of the Meirokusha (a publishing company).
  674. Meirokusha
  675. Meirokusha itself changed the name to Meirokukai, which was an inner assembly as a get-together.
  676. Meirokusha was an association which Arimori MORI, who returned from the United States of America, established in the early Meiji period, consulting with Shigeki NISHIMURA.
  677. Meirokusha was established by these keimoka.
  678. Meirokusha, which was established in the early Meiji period, was the first Japanese modern academic society for enlightenment.
  679. Meiryoku (by seedling selection from Yabukita)
  680. Meisan was his disciple.
  681. Meiseisha
  682. Meiseki is not the correct pronunciation.)
  683. Meiseki was newly created by Itsu.
  684. Meisen: A child of Akihira.
  685. Meiserifu (famous lines)
  686. Meishin Expressway
  687. Meishin Expressway (The former Meishin Yamashina bus stop near the station is no longer used.)
  688. Meishin Expressway Oyamazaki Interchange
  689. Meishin Expressway runs through Oiwa-kaido Road (Shiga and Kyoto Prefectural Road 35 Otsu-Yodo Line) to the south of Mt. Inari to enter Yamashina Basin.
  690. Meishin Expressway, National Highway Route No. 1, National Highway Route No. 171, Keiji Bypass
  691. Meishin Expressway: Approximately 15 minutes to the north from the Kyoto Minami Interchange
  692. Meishin Expressway: there are no interchanges in the city, and the closest one is the Oyamazaki Interchange.
  693. Meishin Expressway=>Yokaichi interchange=>National Route 421=>National Route 8=>Kannonji-sanrindo Tollway
  694. Meishin Highway Bus (Nishinihon JR Bus/JR Central Bus/Nagoyakanko-nikkyu/Meihan Kintetsu Bus)
  695. Meishin-Oyamazaki, Meishin-Takatsuki, Takamatsu-chuo Interchange (this stop is for loading only, and Takamatsu-chuo Interchange Minami Bus Stop was kept used at this time) and Ritsurin Garden Bus Stops have been newly established.
  696. Meisho Edo Hyakkei (100 Famous Views of Edo)
  697. Meisho Edo Hyakkei is a series of ukiyoe (Japanese woodblock prints) created by Hiroshige UTAGAWA, an ukiyoe artist, from 1856 to 1858.
  698. Meisho-e (Ukiyo-e prints of landscapes)
  699. Meishoe Landscape drawings
  700. Meishukushu
  701. Meiso-Nihongo (a great spear, Nihongo)
  702. Meita-koshi
  703. Meitoku March 26, 1390 - July 5, 1394
  704. Meitoku ki
  705. Meitoku ki is a war chronicle that follows the style of Taiheiki (The Record of the Great Peace).
  706. Meitokukan (M)
  707. Meitokukan (the abbreviated title is M)
  708. Meiwa (June 2, 1764) - November 16, 1772
  709. Meiwa June 2, 1764 - (November 16, 1772)
  710. Meiwa Nanryo Nishu Gin and Kansei Nanryo Nishu Gin are collectively called Ko (Old) Nanryo Nishu Gin.
  711. Meiwa-cho, Taki County, Mie Prefecture
  712. Meiyu-bon
  713. Meizan devoted greater energy into the restoration of Mount Koya under Joyo of Koyasan (known as Kishin Shonin or Jikyo Shonin, titles for a Buddhist high priest).
  714. Mejiro Fudo
  715. Mejiro Police Station sent the case to the public prosecutor's office on suspicion of professional negligence resulting in bodily injury.
  716. Mekabu Seaweed
  717. Mekabu Seaweed For Food
  718. Mekabu seaweed is sometimes eaten in combination with other viscous foodstuffs such as natto (fermented soybeans), nagaimo (Dioscorea opposite), okra or eggs and, in addition, is occasionally cooked according to recipes developed for those foodstuffs.
  719. Mekabu seaweed is the thick, folded part of the phyllodes of wakame seaweed (Undaria pinnatifida) that is located above its appressoria.
  720. Mekabu seaweed is used as an ingredient for shampoo, soap and skin care products that are available in the market.
  721. Mekata, a word from the Okinawa dialect, refers to 'dance.'
  722. Meki Fudo
  723. Mekugi are made of bamboo or buffalo horn for shirasaya and koshirae, or sometimes metal for koshirae.
  724. Mekugi: A nail-like, 2- to 3-cm long rivet that goes through both the hilt and nakago (tang) that extends from the blade to fix the tang in place, thus preventing the tang from coming out of the hilt.
  725. Mekura Nagaya Ume ga Kagatobi (1884), which is commonly called Kagatobi (Private Firefighters for Lord Maeda of Kaga).
  726. Mekuranagaya Umegakagatobi
  727. Mekuri (to turn a page)
  728. Mekuri: The sheets of paper, placed on the shimote side, on which the performers' names are written.
  729. Melody
  730. Melody signaling departure and announcement regarding train arrival
  731. Melon syrup: Green syrup
  732. Melon, Oriental Melon, Japanese persimmon, chestnut, and gingko nut
  733. Melt confiscated weapons for use as nails and clamps to build Daibutsu (Great Buddha) which was under construction in the Hoko-ji Temple.
  734. Melting
  735. Member cards are issued to members, and each time they come to the racecourse, they can amass points which can be exchanged for prizes.
  736. Member of House of Peers
  737. Member of Shinsengumi (Shoshitoriatsukaiyaku and Kansatsu (Shinsengumi's organizational post for investigating movements of the opponents and keeping the Shinsengumi members under control), grand master of swordsman).
  738. Member of the House of Representatives era
  739. Member of the Japan Academy and the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, and Foreign Associate of the (American) National Academy of Sciences.
  740. Member of the Japan Art Academy
  741. Member of the Ratt Pakk.
  742. Member: Ten Venerable authorities of Kongobu-ji Temple
  743. Members
  744. Members are ranked into 12 different categories called 'To' based on the amount of donation they make.
  745. Members belonging to the Okura school performed Kyogen in almost all troupes except those belonging to the Kanze school.
  746. Members from the Minamoto clan appointed to Udoneri were called Gennai, members from the Taira clan appointed to Udoneri were called Heinai, and members from the Fujiwara clan appointed to Udoneri were called Tonai.
  747. Members of Kizokuin (the House of Peers)
  748. Members of NAGAO family including Kagenaka were outraged by the capture of Nagao-go and made a fierce protest against Shigeuji, but Shigeuji refused to return Nagao-go to NAGAO clan.
  749. Members of Shinrankai call themselves 'Shinrangakuto,' rather than 'members.'
  750. Members of Yoshida family inherited the position of Tenmonkata until the end of Edo period.
  751. Members of a Ie are classified as a family head and other family members.
  752. Members of a group consisting of an art dealer, a counterfeit painter and others were disclosed as the suspects of a fraud.
  753. Members of his clan occupied many posts in the political and academic worlds, furiously competing, for success in these worlds, with those of SUGAWARA no Michizane's clan.
  754. Members of the Aizu clan mainly filled the post.
  755. Members of the Civil-Right group who found out about this unanimously criticized the government, and in Tokyo, students and political activists caused a demonstration.
  756. Members of the Goshirakawa Insei faction were greatly stunned to learn of the escape of the Emperor and Retired Emperor, and Yoshitomo is said to have lambasted Nobuyori as 'the biggest fool in all Japan.'
  757. Members of the Hata clan continued to serve as head priests at the shrine until hereditary Shinto priesthood was prohibited in the early Meiji period.
  758. Members of the House of Peers occupied all the cabinet posts except Ministry of Foreign affairs, Ministry of Army, and Ministry of Navy.
  759. Members of the House who got used to precedent of drafts being made out only with moderate words showing loyalty and intention of meeting the imperial notion, might not have paid enough attention to the wording, they passed it by unanimity.
  760. Members of the Ikoma famly acted as close advisors to Nobukatsu ODA while members of the Saito family and Mino-shu (hatamoto [direct retainers of the Shogun] who resided in Mino Province) acted as close advisors to Nobutada ODA, which makes it difficult to discuss from that perspective.
  761. Members of the Imperial family are addressed in the Cabinet notification bulletins, the Imperial Household Agency notification bulletins or on the column for Imperial affairs in official gazettes (except for special cases such the first poetry-reading party of the New Year at the Imperial Palace) in the following way:
  762. Members of the Imperial family cannot adopt (Article 9 of the Imperial House Act).
  763. Members of the Imperial family including the Prince Kusakabe were sworn to accept that Prince Kusakabe would become the next emperor, to help him and to avoid any conflicts with one another.
  764. Members of the Imperial family received mandatory general education between the ages of 6 and 20, and as a rule attended the Gakushuin Boys' and Girls' Schools(Ordinance of the Education of the Imperial Family).
  765. Members of the Imperial family who have reached the age of majority mutually stand for election for the Imperial Household Council as councilors or backup councilors, and can assume the role of councilor or backup councilor if they win (Article 28, 30, and 32 of the Imperial House Act).
  766. Members of the Imperial family, excluding consorts of Imperial Princes and Princes, who have reached the age of majority are qualified to assume the role of regent and to vicariously execute state affairs on an extraordinary basis (Article 17 of the Imperial House Act and Article 2 of the Act for Extraordinary Vicarious Execution of State Affairs).
  767. Members of the Kinno-to party who were deeply dissatisfied with the Meiji Government formed the Keishin-to party.
  768. Members of the Kujo Clan (the Kujo family, Nijo family, and Ichijo family) held the position successively.
  769. Members of the Nomura family
  770. Members of the Oda family reacted with disgust towards Nobukatsu's frequent blunders and would often lament, 'That is typical of Sansuke-dono (referring to Nobukatsu)', implying that he was considered a 'stupid leader'.
  771. Members of the Oshu Fujiwara clan
  772. Members of the Seiwa-Genji and in particular Yoritomo's Kawachi-Genji clan were held in high regard for their bravery (along with Minamoto no Yoshiie).
  773. Members of the Shishiki clans participated in political affairs of the Muromachi government as principal retainers of the bakufu along with the three clans (Hosokawa, Shiba and Hatakeyama clans) from which shugun's deputies were chosen.
  774. Members of the Taira clan and pro-Taira aristocrats took the places of previous high officials and there was an extensive replacement of province governors, leading to the strengthening of military control organization on the central and local level by the members of the Taira clan.
  775. Members of the Taira clan held principal posts and obtained governorship of chigyo-koku (provincial fiefdom), effectively establishing a Taira clan government.
  776. Members of the Toyotomi family became puzzled and irritated.
  777. Members of the Yuzan NEGISHI faction and Shingoro KASUYA left the organization, Eizaburo ABIRU died of illness (there has been an assassination theory), and Jiro IESATO killed himself.
  778. Members of the audience shouldn't shout from the seats of 'sajiki-seki' (elevated wooden seats on both sides of an auditorium for expensive tickets) nor from seats on the first floor.
  779. Members of the board
  780. Members of the family inherited the position until the end of Edo period while repeating adoptions.
  781. Members of the former samurai class were later classified as 'shizoku' (samurai class) and former ashigaru as 'sotsuzoku' (low-ranking samurai).
  782. Members of the house of MINAMOTO no Makoto, the Sadaijin, who were accused of the crime, were devastated and distressed.
  783. Members of the mission
  784. Members of the same family, they wanted to fight to a decisive finish, so they both threw away their bows and fought each other on horseback; when they fell from their horses, they continued to fight hand-to-hand until Yoshihide eventually killed Shigemochi.
  785. Members of the warrior class in the former Akizuki Domain later headed for Miyako Town and arrived there on October 29 because they had promised in advance to rally simultaneously with Juro SUGIO and others from the warrior class in the former Toyotsu Domain.
  786. Members of this family were appointed to the position Kanto-moshitsugi with the duty of managing communications and relations between the Kamakura Shogunate and the Imperial Court.
  787. Members should strictly adhere to rules and non-adherents will be expelled and new members recruited instead.
  788. Members were Iesato TOKUGAWA (fourth chairman), Fumimaro KONOE (fifth chairman), Kuniyuki TOKUGAWA (seventh chairman), Iemasa TOKUGAWA (eighth chairman), etc.
  789. Members who made up the government include the following.
  790. Membership cards
  791. Membership cards are issued by taxi companies or Musen (radio) groups for their special customers.
  792. Membership golf clubs (which limit member qualification and facilities rights exclusively to men): Many golf clubs of long standing, such as St. Andrews, Augusta National Golf Club and Koganei Country Club, allow only men to participate.
  793. Membership in any anti-foreign society shall be prohibited.
  794. Membranophones
  795. Memilmuk (cuisine)
  796. Memilmuk is a cuisine of the Korean Peninsula.
  797. Memilmuk is eaten with a dipping sauce or is tossed in a dressing.
  798. Memorandum sent to Sokun IMAI
  799. Memorial Ceremony for Emperor Komei (January 30) during the Meiji period
  800. Memorial Ceremony for Emperor Meiji (July 30) during the Taisho period
  801. Memorial Event
  802. Memorial hall
  803. Memorial monuments, etc.
  804. Memorial of Emperor Antoku Anzaisho remains (remains of TAIRA no Yorimori's villa, in the precincts of Arata Hachiman-jinja Shrine)
  805. Memorial of Kaya-no-gosho ruins (in the precincts of Yakusen-ji Temple)
  806. Memorial of Yukimi-gosho remains (remains of TAIRA no Kiyomori's villa)
  807. Memorial service
  808. Memorial service for Buddha in Kongobu-ji Temple - On February 14, 15
  809. Memorial service for Darani in Junteido Hall - On July 1
  810. Memorial service for Dento Kokushi - On September 11
  811. Memorial service for cormorants is held every year by ukai related people on the first Sunday after Nagara-gawa ukai season ended.
  812. Memorial service for the Emperor Godaigo in Daito - On July 16
  813. Memorial service for the birth of Kobo Daishi - On June 15
  814. Memorial service for the deceased in the Great Hanshin Earthquake - On January 17
  815. Memorial service for the deceased in the Great Kanto Earthquake - On September 1
  816. Memorial service for the sect founder (held once every 50 years)
  817. Memorial service of Teigi (prayers wind through the temple for pray) for Great Mandala in Kondo Hall - On April 10
  818. Memorial service with candle lights in Oku no in - On August 13
  819. Memorial services
  820. Memorial services are held in the morning.
  821. Memorial services conducted on the anniversary of the death of Rennyo
  822. Memorial services were held according to Buddhist rites.
  823. Memorial tree
  824. Memory of 'the staring point of friendly relations between Japan and Turkey'
  825. Men
  826. Men also wear Yukata as stylish clothing but their numbers are not as many as women.
  827. Men and Haori Coat
  828. Men and women in the Imperial Palace were thrown into confusion.
  829. Men and women's dormitory
  830. Men hold hiogi closed in right hands or in their bosom.
  831. Men in Edo apparently went to Tokoya quite often, and Tokoya was used also as a bansho (guard house) or a place for a social interaction.
  832. Men is a type of datotsu to strike a head with a bamboo sword, and is the most basic one.
  833. Men of former days would love Tegona in Mama, who lived long ago, the way I did Miyaki.'
  834. Men often wear armor because this period saw the rise of the Taira and Minamoto clans.
  835. Men or Menai means the rate of Koso (an annual tax) to the Kokudaka (the annual yield of a land) in the Edo period.
  836. Men originally meant the rest of the Kokudaka after deduction of Koso which farmers were allowed to use without restraint.
  837. Men performed sword dancing and women did puppet shows to music called Kugutsu mawashi.
  838. Men remove the left sleeve and shoot with bare skin visible on one side (hadanugi).
  839. Men's bath and women's bath
  840. Men's dormitory
  841. Men's hairstyles
  842. Men's hairstyles of the warrior class were characteristically arranged in such a way that a topknot was made long, the front part of the head was shaved narrowly, sideburns were left natural, and the back part was tied tightly so as to look simple and austere.
  843. Men's hakama as described in the above section, 'Structure.'
  844. Men's kaishi is approximately 20.6 centimeters by 17.5 centimeters, and women's kaishi is generally 17.5 centimeters by 14.5 centimeters.
  845. Men's sensu are relatively bigger and women's sensu are relatively smaller, but size also varies depending on schools.
  846. Men: 8 toilets (5 Japanese style, 3 Western style) and 24 urinals
  847. Men: 8 toilets (5 Japanese style, 3 Western style) and 26 urinals
  848. Menbaka Ichidai
  849. Menchi Katsu
  850. Menchi katsu can also be used instead of a hamburger patty or as a filling in a sandwich.
  851. Menchi katsu is served as it is accompanied by Worcestershire sauce.
  852. Menchi katsu or minchi katsu is a meat dish, in which ground pork or beef (minchi) is mixed well with minced onions, salt and pepper, formed into flat ovals, coated with breading made of flour, beaten eggs and panko (Japanese-style coarse bread crumbs), and deep fried in oil.
  853. Menchi-katsu (a fried cake of minced meat)
  854. Mencius said that our longevity was determined by fate, and waiting for our fate to befall us while cultivating the mind would fulfill our duties.
  855. Menden
  856. Menden were rice fields that were exempt from the tax determined by the government during the late ancient times to the middle ages of Japan.
  857. Mendicant ascetics called komoso (literally, "straw mat monk") formed, and subsequently established a connection with Fuke sect of Zen Buddhism (a form of Zen related to the Rinzai sect), becoming the komuso (literally, "monks of empty nothingness").
  858. Menkake Gyoretsu' (Mask Procession) held on September 18 as the reisai (regular festival) is well known.
  859. Menkawabashira (bark surfaces) with round surfaces are used, usually in place of these nageshi.
  860. Menoto no Fumi (Letter from the Wet Nurse)
  861. Menoto of Hachijoin was, Saisho no tsubone, a daughter of MINAMOTO no Kunifusa, and Yorimori had married Saisho no tsubone's daughter, Dainagon no tsubone, who was nyobo (a court lady in the service of Hachijoin); a child named Mitsumori was born to Yorimori and Dainagon no tsubone.
  862. Menpa (lunchbox) in Kuni-mura, Gunma Prefecture
  863. Menpa in Hinokage-cho, Miyazaki Prefecture
  864. Menreiki
  865. Menreiki is one of Japanese specters that is introduced in "Hyakki Tsurezure Bukuro" (One hundred bags in idleness) which is a collection of specters illustrations by Sekien TORIYAMA, and it is a specter of Gigaku-men Mask (masks for Gigaku, an ancient masked drama).
  866. Menrui (noodles): soba, udon, somen (Japanese vermicelli), wheat noodles cooled on ice
  867. Menswear.
  868. Mentai takana made by pickling takana with mentaiko (salted cod roe spiced with red pepper) is known as the specialty of Hakata (Fukuoka City, Fukuoka Prefecture).
  869. Mention of Goemon ISHIKAWA in historical resources
  870. Mention of her can be found in the section of the Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan) entitled "Emperor Keiko Period," as well as in the second book of the Kojiki and in Hitachi no Kuni Fudoki (literally, "the topography of Hitachi Province").
  871. Mention of the Minamoto clan makes many people think of Seiwa-Genji, who were very active as a samurai family; among the society of court nobles, however, Murakami-Genji was considered to hold the highest rank.
  872. Mentioned above is considered as the introduction.
  873. Mentions of Yamatototohimomoso Hime no Mikoto in the Nihonshoki and the Kojiki refer to the same individual.
  874. Mentsuyu
  875. Mentsuyu (a Japanese soup base) and a Japanese-style soup stock made with konbu (a kind of kelp) are often used.
  876. Mentsuyu (soup for Japanese soba or udon noodles made from dashi, soy sauce, mirin, etc.) or fish sauce can also be used to give different flavors.
  877. Mentsuyu is a Japanese flavoring sauce made mainly from soup stock, soy sauce, mirin (sweet sake [Japanese liquor] for cooking) - or sake itself - and sugar.
  878. Mentsuyu is salty-sweet soup base made from soy sauce, bonito broth, and mirin (sweet cooking rice wine) or sugar, which is said to be good when prepared on the day before eating.
  879. Mentsuyu today on the market
  880. Mentsuyu today on the market is, in most cases, used after being diluted with water, because most of it is concentrated.
  881. Menu
  882. Menuma-jinja Shrine (enshrines Yakamihime) and a mountain tumulus (there is a theory that it might be Yakamihime's okutsuki [Shinto tomb]) of Hiketa, Kawahara-cho, Tottori City are positioned along the line that extends to the southwest from that line.
  883. Menyukan, Miwa-Somen Yamamoto Co., Ltd.
  884. Meotoiwa (pairs of rock outcrops near each other) are well know examples of this practice.
  885. Meotoiwa Rock (the rocks like a married couple)
  886. Mera kagura dance (May 17, 1977; Oaza Shiromi, Saito City)
  887. Mercato Centrale of Firenze (Italy): friendship ties established on November 3, 2006.
  888. Mercedes-Benz (1932 - 1968)
  889. Mercedes-Benz was introduced as the third goryosha in 1932.
  890. Merchandise
  891. Merchandise dealt by merchants and traders with the Zuryomei was more valuable as a brand and traded at the most extraordinary price among the merchandise made by craftsmen in the same industry.
  892. Merchandise in her shape or with her picture is sold at Kyoto Tower as souvenirs.
  893. Merchant houses were built in a row on alleys and side streets.
  894. Merchants and artisans are rich and samurai and farmers are poor, which causes all the people to despise the ground, so this negative effect will be overcome when artisans and merchants are always short of rice and respect samurai and farmers, then the price will be naturally leveled off.'
  895. Merchants and craftsmen
  896. Merchants and samurai warriors around Matsugashima were forced to shift homes and a castle town was built.
  897. Merchants and warriors, and men and women could enjoy an ensemble and a chorus together without regard of class and gender.
  898. Merchants conducted all business using the hyofu and could keep 10 percent of the profit, but they had to give the rest to the domain.
  899. Merchants did not have to pay tax except a service charge for his/her own town.
  900. Merchants of the former domains of Hino and Matsuzaka were welcomed to the town, regular scheduled markets were organized, free markets and free guilds were introduced and handicrafts were encouraged etc, all of which laid the foundations for development in the Aizu domain in the Edo period.
  901. Merchants preferred the small and plain topknot partly because they were engaged in the service industry.
  902. Merchants who contracted for heitan (logistics) of sengoku daimyo as "merchants of death" such as Shirojiro CHAYA emerged.
  903. Merchants who dealt in jimawari zake (sake produced around Edo) and kudari zake (sake shipped from Kyoto and Osaka to Edo) for the Edo market were subject to additional myogakin of six monme a barrel, starting in 1864.
  904. Merchants: Practiced by mizunomi, tenants, or hyakusho.
  905. Mercian
  906. Mercian Corporation
  907. Mercury
  908. Mercury Bay (New Zealand)
  909. Merely repeating what my grandfather said undoubtedly facilitated my reading ability by making me familiar with the Chinese characters unconsciously.
  910. Merged by Tokyo Commercial School in September 1885.
  911. Merged with Fukuoka College of Economics to become Fukuoka College of Commerce in April 1949.
  912. Merger of eight cities, towns and villages in the Hiki area
  913. Merger of municipalities
  914. Merger of six towns and villages in the Hiki area
  915. Merger with other cities and towns is currently under discussion.
  916. Mergers in 1876
  917. Merging 3,000 soldiers placed in Zenko-ji Temple in the north of Kawanakajima, Uesugi's forces went back to Echigo Province.
  918. Merging roads
  919. Meristotheca papulosa
  920. Meritorious retainers' later life
  921. Merits
  922. Merits and Demerits of Inkyo
  923. Merits and demerits of Japanese ruling
  924. Merits of inkyo is that with this system, an excellent successor could be mentored, or the successor could be prepared physically and mentally.
  925. Merits of the deity
  926. Merry-go-round
  927. Meruhen-Kaido Road (fairy tale road)
  928. Meryo (Bureau of Horses)
  929. Meryo (Bureau of Imperial Horses)
  930. Meryo (Independent)
  931. Meryo (or Uma no tsukasa) refers to one of the government officials in the Ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code).
  932. Meryo was in charge of raising and training horses which were presented as a tribute from Maki (the ground to raise houses and cattle) in ryoseikoku (province), and were owned by the Imperial Court.
  933. Meryokan was established on a nonpermanent basis, and then was established for Samaryo and Umaryo, respectively.
  934. Meshi (cooked rice, meal)
  935. Meshi (meshi, ii, han, manma) is a food that is steamed or boiled until no water is left by adding water to rice, wheat or grains from gramineous plants.
  936. Meshi dishes cooked together with ingredients such as seafood, meat or vegetables and seasoned with soy sauce is called 'takikomi gohan,' 'kayaku gohan' or 'gomoku meshi (gomoku gohan)' (the ingredients are matsutake mushrooms, bream, peas and so on).
  937. Meshi made of barley (mugi) and rice is called 'mugi meshi.'
  938. Meshikome
  939. Meshikome was one of the punishments given out to courtiers in the Heian Period.
  940. Meshimori hatago (inn where a woman provides food and service) (also called meshiuri hatago)
  941. Meshitsukai: 2
  942. Messenger of the gods (Kenzoku)
  943. Messenger' means a messenger of Dainichinyorai.
  944. Messengers of the emperor or the retired emperor who visited Edo stayed at the bakufu's special residence for imperial messengers, where Kyooyaku entertained them, presented expensive gifts to them, improved the interior of the places where they visited and kept their company.
  945. Mesuriyama Tumulus
  946. Met Valignano again.
  947. Met with his father's opposition, he marries the woman whom the father has selected for him and leaves the princess.
  948. Meta-jinja Shrine
  949. Meta-jinja Shrine in Hieda cho, Yamatokoriyama City, Nara Prefecture, enshrines HIEDA no Are as shusaijin (main enshrined deity) (HIEDA no Are no mikoto).
  950. Meta-jinja Shrine, written as 賣太神社 or 売太神社 in Japanese, is a shrine located at the end of Heida Village, a village surrounded by a moat in Yamatokoriyama City, Nara Prefecture.
  951. Metabolic acid (HBO2): 5 mg or more (a kind of chloride which is effective for sterilizing and disinfecting).
  952. Metal fittings are made of gold and silver.
  953. Metal fittings for belts worn by government officers in the eighth century have also been unearthed, and this fact suggests that powerful persons with a governmental rank or government officers existed.
  954. Metal fittings were butterflies and birds of gilt bronze.
  955. Metal gutters are installed in the valley formed where the eaves of the anterior and posterior halls meet to catch rainwater.
  956. Metal or tortoise shell were mainly used as materials for this type of kanzashi.
  957. Metal roof tile
  958. Metal used is gilt bronze.
  959. Metal work
  960. Metallic arrowhead, nock to fix the arrow and three feathers attached to a no (spatula) (also called the shaft) made of bamboo, duralumin or carbon.
  961. Metallic kanzashi called 'jifa' were used both by men and women in the Ryukyu Kingdom and its material was designated based on a person's status.
  962. Metals
  963. Metalwork, Lacquer Work, Textiles and Ceramics
  964. Metalworking is its typical industry.
  965. Metaphor
  966. Metaphorical Expression
  967. Metarishihiko in Shin To-jo (New Book of Tang)
  968. Metasilicic acid (86.6 mg/kg) and free carbon dioxide (42.1 mg/kg)
  969. Metastasis of prostate cancer to the spine is publicly announced.
  970. Mete-go
  971. Meteorological observatory and so on
  972. Meteorological phenomenon
  973. Meteorological records of baiu
  974. Meteorology
  975. Method
  976. Method of Creation
  977. Method of Measuring the Age from Tree Rings
  978. Method of Ogi byoshi, and process of making Hari-ogi and Hari-sen
  979. Method of Use
  980. Method of calculating age by the traditional Japanese system
  981. Method of casting koban
  982. Method of chanting Namu-myoho-renge-kyo.
  983. Method of mintage of coins
  984. Method of preparation
  985. Method of preserving seafood which has led to sushi
  986. Method of production
  987. Method of use
  988. Method using a cartridge type filter.
  989. Methodical tax system for taxing individuals
  990. Methodist Theological University
  991. Methodist Theological University (Seoul)
  992. Methods of archery include dozukuri (posturing) and yatsugai (fixing an arrow to a bow.)
  993. Methods of constructing castle's stonewalls are:
  994. Methods of cooking meat include jikabi-yaki (on a grill or skewer over an open fire) or teppan-yaki (on an iron plate).
  995. Methods of expression in rakugo
  996. Methods of expression in rakugo can be classified into five categories as follows :
  997. Methods to determine the orientation
  998. Methyl was made by daringly adding methyl alcohol to diluted ethyl alcohol which was produced as an alternative to oil fuel during the war by coloring it an eye-catching pink in order to not mistakenly drink it.
  999. Meticulous preparations were made, from the procedures and costumes for both the right and the left side, to a suhama stand (decorative cove-shaped stand) on which were placed poetry cards made of Japanese paper.
  1000. Metropolis

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