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  1. Momoyama Junior High School, attached to Kyoto University of Education
  2. Momoyama Kosode
  3. Momoyama Mausoleum Regional Office (Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City, Momoyama Imperial mausoleum=Mausoleum of Emperor Meiji and Empress Dowager Shoken, jurisdiction=Kyoto, Osaka, Hyogo, Okayama, Hiroshima, Yamaguchi, Fukuoka, Saga, Nagasaki, Kumamoto, Miyazaki, and Kagoshima Prefectures),
  4. Momoyama Station
  5. Momoyama Station (approx. 600 m east of this station)
  6. Momoyama Station - Nara Line (500 meters eastward, about 10 minutes on foot)
  7. Momoyama Station - Rokujizo Station - Kohata Station (JR West)
  8. Momoyama Station was opened.
  9. Momoyama Station was renovated to coincide with the Emperor's funeral.
  10. Momoyama Station, located at 34 Nabeshima, Momoyama-cho, Fushimi ward of Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, is a stop on the Nara Line of West Japan Railway Company (JR West).
  11. Momoyama period
  12. Momoyama-Minamiguchi Station
  13. Momoyama-Minamiguchi Station - Rokujizo Station - Kohata Station (Keihan)
  14. Momoyama-Minamiguchi Station, located in Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, is a stop on the Keihan Uji Line, which is operated by Keihan Electric Railway.
  15. Momoyama-mon Gate
  16. Momoyamagoryomae Station - Okubo Station - Shin-Tanabe Station
  17. Mon (The Gate) (March 1910 - June, "Asahi Shinbun"/January 1911, Shunyodo)
  18. Mon-dukushi (Filled with Gates) Dialog:
  19. Mona's Satoimo-matsuri taro festival (February 21, 2005; Tateyama City; Mona Ward)
  20. Monaka
  21. Monaka (a round wafer filled with bean paste) inscribed with 'Okochi Sanso' are also served.
  22. Monaka (a wafer cake filled with bean jam)
  23. Monaka as famous confections
  24. Monaka in Taiwan
  25. Monaka in the shape of an ogre face
  26. Monaka is a kind of Japanese sweets of bean jam wrapped with thin wafers made from rice cake.
  27. Monaka made of bean jam sandwiched by the thin crisp wafers became popular over the country, and now various types of monaka are sold in various places as famous confections.
  28. Monarch families which existed more than 1,500 years ago in the world are all extinct today.
  29. Monastery
  30. Monastic rank
  31. Monbei is infuriated at a courtesan in Miuraya, as Monbei offered a large sum of money to monopolize the girl's love, but she has sold her favors to another guest.
  32. Monbei says 'The blood is dripping, dripping…, No, it's noodles!'
  33. Monbei thinks his head was broken, taking the noodles and the broth for his blood, and makes a great fuss about it.
  34. Monbu
  35. Monbu-taifu (a post in the Ministry of Education) (Shinpei ETO)
  36. Monbu: Guards the Miya-mon Gate.
  37. Monbukyo (chief of the Ministry of Education) (Takato OKI)
  38. Monbusho Tenmonkyoku, a government office, calculated the date and a scholar of the study of calendars, Akitake TSUKAMOTO examined and fixed the date February 11th.
  39. Monchu-dokoro in the Kamakura period
  40. Monchujo
  41. Monchujo in the Muromachi period
  42. Monday to Saturday and National Holiday/9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.
  43. Monday, the day after a holiday, December 28 through January 4
  44. Mondays (except for National Holidays/substitute public holidays on Monday, in which case the museum is open on the holiday and closed the following Tuesday instead)
  45. Mondays (the following day if it is a national holiday)
  46. Mondo (良綱 Yoshitsuna) MONIWA
  47. Mondo MACHINO
  48. Mondo MACHINO (December 30, 1839 - June 9, 1923) is a feudal retainer of Aizu Domain.
  49. Mondo no Tsukasa or Shusuishi(Water Office)
  50. Mondo was 48 years old.
  51. Mondokudoku oyobi seihosojomon
  52. Mondoyakujin Toko-ji Temple (commonly known as Mondoyakujin)
  53. Monemon TSUDA, Shirozaburo OKABE
  54. Monetary circulation ? Korean Yen issued by the Bank of Korea
  55. Monetary circulation ? Taiwan Yen issued by the Bank of Taiwan (Chinese:zh), Taiwan banknote (yen)
  56. Monetary circulation ? Yen (currency) issued by the Bank of Japan
  57. Monetary circulation ? Yen issued by the Bank of Japan
  58. Monetary value was born for karamono, and was even traded with money that led to the wealth of shogunke.
  59. Money Changer
  60. Money Changers in the Edo Period
  61. Money Changers outside Japan
  62. Money MARK
  63. Money and goods that were offered to temples/shrines as gratuity for a Myoga prayer or receiving Myoga also came to be known as "Myoga."
  64. Money changers called 金銀鋪 (dealers of gold and silver coins) and 兌房 (dealers of copper coins) came into existence under the Tang and the Song Dynasty.
  65. Money changers, known as 銭荘 (Qian-zhuang) or 銀楼, who specialized in exchange between silver sycee and copper coins appeared.
  66. Money dealers called 'jahbadh' changed the currencies and bullions collected in various places as taxes into the official currencies, which they delivered to the government.
  67. Money for study was provided for deserving students, who were eligible to be appointed as a monjosho (student of literary studies in the Imperial University).
  68. Money given to express sympathy during a period of mourning or in appreciation of the time and effort spent helping with the event is called bushugi.
  69. Money is a treasure, but cannot be eaten, and gold and silver are wealth, but cannot be worn, and in this world, rice is the most important and gold, silver and money are the second most important.'
  70. Money was donated from warlords, such as the Gohojo, Ouchi, and Imagawa clans.
  71. Money-exchange business and other exchanges by merchants using counterfeit money is strictly forbidden (the fact that Japan was coining and circulating counterfeit money would be announced to Japan and foreign countries).
  72. Mongaku
  73. Mongaku (1139 - September 5, 1203) was a priest of the Shingon Sect of Buddhism who lived from the Heian period to the early Kamakura period.
  74. Mongaku (kabuki) written by Shoyo MATSUI
  75. Mongaku Kanjincho
  76. Mongaku himself was found guilty of a plot and exiled to Tsushima Island (other theories claim it to be the Oki Islands) where he lived out the remainder of his days, but the restoration of Jingo-ji Temple was completed by his disciple Jokaku (Jokakubo Gyoji).
  77. Mongaku persuaded MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, who was also exiled to Izu Province, to take up arms against the Taira family.
  78. Mongaku-shonin Yonjugo-kajo-Kiseibun: This vow written to the gods during the Middle Ages by the monk Mongaku, who restored Jingo-ji Temple, includes a handprint of Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa on the cover.
  79. Mongol Invasions of Japan
  80. Mongol invasion attempts against Japan
  81. Mongol invasion led by Kublai
  82. Mongolia (in Mongolia)
  83. Mongolia - Spread to neighboring countries 4 -
  84. Mongolian battleships came alongside of the pier of Sasuura (present Komodahama, Izuhara-cho, Tshima City) located at the western shore of Shimojima in Tsushima and 450 ships, 30,000 troops raided the town at around four in the afternoon.
  85. Mongolian soldiers left behind alive on the island occupied the capital of Zipangu during the unguarded moment when Zipangu's soldiers were absent from it and resisted against them, but they made peace under a condition that they were granted to live in this country.
  86. Monitoring Method
  87. Moniwa-cho which remains in Kurihara City is the land which became the chigyo-chi (territory) of Tsunamoto MONIWA after the forced relocation of Masamune DATE.
  88. Monja (wheat flour-based, mostly served in the Kanto region)
  89. Monjin (pupils) of Yoken FUJIMURA include many who are distinguished in tea preparation, and their genealogies have been passed down, respectively.
  90. Monjin of Shoin FUJIMURA includes Dosetsu SAITO (1684 - 1766), who was originally from Osaka but later introduced the Yoken-ryu school in Edo (present-day Tokyo).
  91. Monjo Hakase
  92. Monjo hakase
  93. Monjo hakase (master of literature) 900 to 910.
  94. Monjo hakase SUGAWARA no Kiyokimi, who was active at the time of the merger of kidendo, also served as daigaku no kami (Director of the Bureau of Education), contributing to the development of the subject and founding a school to the north of the daigakuryo called monjoin.
  95. Monjo hakase taught history to monjo-sho (students of histories), which included such subjects as Chinese classical literature and Chinese official history.
  96. Monjo related to Chomei-ji Temple, 'Rakugaki Ayamari Shomon' (passages apologizing for drawing graffiti), and other 5,474 items - designated on July 23, 2008
  97. Monjo-in: The toso (east quarters) of Monjo-in was owned by the Oe clan while the seiso (west quarters) by the Sugawara clan
  98. Monjodo and kidendo
  99. Monjoin
  100. Monjoin was a University Jikiso (facilities) (such as a lecture room and student dormitory) for Kidendo (the study of the histories) of Daigaku-ryo (Bureau of Education under the ritsuryo system).
  101. Monjosho (students of literary), myogyosho (students of classic Confucian studies), sansho (students of mathematics), and myobosho (students of law) lived in Monjo-in, Myogyodo-in, Sando-in, and Myobodo-in, respectively.
  102. Monju (train)
  103. Monju Bosatsu (文殊菩薩)
  104. Monju Bosatsu and Fugen Bosatsu, of the Amida triad, are examples of this.
  105. Monju Bosatsu is seen in the early Mahayana Sutra, especially in the Prajnaparamita-sutras.
  106. Monju Bosatsu, or maJjuzrii in Sanskrit, is one of the Bosatsus which is worshiped in Mahayana Buddhism.
  107. Monju is an abbreviated name for Monjushuri.
  108. Monju-do (hall dedicated to the Bodhisattva of wisdom, Monju): Constructed in 1312
  109. Monju-do (hall dedicated to the Bodhisattva of wisdom, Monju): Constructed in 1312 during the Kamakura period and topped by a copper sheet roof
  110. Monju-no-to Tower (three-story pagoda)
  111. Monju-oeshiki at Abe Monju-in Temple
  112. Monju-ro ? Rebuilt after a fire in 1668
  113. Monju-to Pagoda (a three-story pagoda) (important cultural property)
  114. Monjudo hall of Kaijusen-ji Temple [Kizugawa City]
  115. Monjuin Higashi Kofun
  116. Monjuin Nishi Kofun (a Special Historic Site)
  117. Monk Imperial Prince Saiun
  118. Monk Imperial Prince Seijo (date of birth and death unknown) was the Monk Imperial Prince during the period of the Northern and Southern Courts.
  119. Monk Jorge De Loyola, tutor of the mission, Japanese
  120. Monk Oliviero
  121. Monk-Emperor Go-Shirakawa often ordered Yoshinaka to search and destroy the Heishi clan who had fled to the West in order to get rid of him from Kyoto.
  122. Monk-Emperor Go-Shirakawa went to Mt. Hiei, hiding from the Heishi clan who tried to take him with them to the West.
  123. Monk-Imperial Prince Gyoin
  124. Monk-Imperial Prince Gyoin (1458 - 1520) was the Monk-Imperial Prince from the middle of the Muromachi period to Warring States period.
  125. Monk-Imperial Prince Gyoin (1466 - 1537) was the Monk-Imperial Prince during the Warring States period.
  126. Monk-Imperial Prince Gyonen (November 16, 1602 - October 15, 1661) was a member of the Imperial Family and a monk during the early Edo period.
  127. Monk-Imperial Prince Honin
  128. Monk-Imperial Prince Honin (1325 - December 2, 1352) was the Monk-Imperial Prince during the period of the Northern and Southern Courts.
  129. Monk-Imperial Prince Jido
  130. Monk-Imperial Prince Jido (1282 - April 27, 1341) was the Monk-Imperial Prince from the latter half of Kamakura period to the period of the Northern and Southern Courts.
  131. Monk-Imperial Prince Jiun
  132. Monk-Imperial Prince Joson
  133. Monk-Imperial Prince Joson (date of birth and death unknown) was the Monk-Imperial Prince from the latter half of the Kamakura period to the period of the Northern and Southern Courts.
  134. Monk-Imperial Prince Kakuho (February 9, 1092 - December 22, 1153) was a member of the Imperial Family and a monk during the late Hein period.
  135. Monk-Imperial Prince Seijo
  136. Monk-Imperial Prince Shinjaku
  137. Monk-Imperial Prince Shinjaku (886 - October 13, 927) was the Monk-Imperial Prince in the middle of the Heian Period.
  138. Monk-Imperial Prince Shinnyo
  139. Monk-Imperial Prince Shoin
  140. Monk-Imperial Prince Shoin (1317 - May 16, 1377) was the Monk-Imperial Prince from the end of Kamaura period to the period of the Northern and Souther Courts.
  141. Monk-Imperial Prince Shukaku (April 3, 1150 - September 13, 1202) was a member of the Imperial Family and a monk from the late Heian period to the early Kamakura period.
  142. Monk-Imperial Prince Sonjo
  143. Monk-Imperial Prince Sonjo (1217 - January 2, 1291) was a Monk-Imperial Prince during the middle of the Kamakura period.
  144. Monk-turned-Samurai
  145. Monkaburi no matsu
  146. Monkan
  147. Monkan (1278 - November 29, 1357) was a priest who lived from the Kamakura period to the period of the Northern and Southern Courts.
  148. Monkan initiated Emperor Godaigo into the secret arts and became Gonsojo (the lowest grade that can be held by one who has reached the highest rank in the hierarchy of Buddhist priests) in Sanboin, Daigo-ji Temple.
  149. Monkan was deprived of the position of the Ichi no Choja, expelled from Kyoto, and sent to Kai Province.
  150. Monkey - Dainichinyorai
  151. Monkey is considered the sacred messenger from the deities.
  152. Monkey is considered the sacred messenger of Hiyoshijinja Shrine, but the relationship between the shrine and monkey is unknown.
  153. Monkeys Playing Among Trees and Rocks (six panel screen created as a pair), Terutada SHIKIBU
  154. Monko
  155. Monko' means listening to incense in accordance with a set ritual.
  156. Monko-fuda
  157. Monko-fuda are cards used in Kodo (traditional incense-smelling ceremony).
  158. Monko-fuda's were excavated from the ruins of Kusado-sengen City (presently, Fukuyama City) and the castle ruins of Motoharu KIKKAWA Yakata (Kita-hiroshima-cho) both in the Hiroshima Prefecture, and from the site of Akahori-jo Castle (Yokkaichi City) in the Mie Prefecture.
  159. Monko-ro (or Kikiko-ro) - Incense burner used to listen to incense
  160. Monks doing the 12 Year Rozan Training are in this area, and they bring food to Saicho every day as if he were alive, and keep the garden so clean that there is not even 1 fallen leaf.
  161. Monks engaged in kanjin would tour the countryside, carrying with them a book called Kanjin cho (described below) and collecting contributions by offering Isshi Hansen (a piece of paper for a half-mon (currency) meaning very little) at the feet of bridges or in front of temple gates.
  162. Monks in Charge of Administration of the Sect
  163. Monks in Negoro-ji Temple were divided into 'gakuryo' who were in charge of learning religious doctrines or rituals and ceremonies, and 'gyonin [Buddhism]' who were responsible for the maintenance of temple buildings and the defense of the temple.
  164. Monks including Shoichi Kokusi Enni introduced tea, Udon noodles, Soba and steamed buns into Japan when they returned from the Sung Dynasty in 1241.
  165. Monks of aristocratic or imperial lineage.
  166. Monks of the Nichiren Sho sect also own 'jimukoromo' similar to samue.
  167. Monks of the Ritsu sect and Stonemasons
  168. Monks preached mainly on the boats that visited key water-transportation points in order to collect donations.
  169. Monks sometimes hang it on the neck instead of hands.
  170. Monks tend to prefer Mikandama because of ease of handling and fine appearance (though there is a difference depending on sects).
  171. Monks there eagerly studied the Ono school, one of the "jiso" teachings of Shingon (a method of ceremony and practice in Shingon Esoteric Buddhism).
  172. Monks who came to Japan from the Korean Peninsula at that time wrote "Sangyo Gisho" under the direction of Prince Shotoku.
  173. Monks' chanting of sutra and gemon (Recitation of verses) at a funeral etc. is hosse (preaching Buddhism) and it is supposedly free of charge.
  174. Monks, bushi (samurai) and doctors taught reading, writing, soroban (using an abacus), and other practical knowledge and skills to children of ordinary citizens at these institutes.
  175. Monkyakujin means 'Maroudogami' (guest god) placed at the gate of the shrine and 'Maroudogami' is usually the local god whose land had been taken away by the later gods that feature in Japanese myths and is placed into the inferior guest god position.
  176. Monkyakujin-jinja Shrine (guest god shrine) in Hikawa-jinja Shrine in Saitama Prefecture, whose worshippers are alleged to be descendents of the Mononobe clan, used to be called Arahabaki-jinja Shrine and is dedicated to a mysterious god called Arahabaki.
  177. Monme (A Weight Unit in The Japanese Traditional System of Weights And Measures)
  178. Monme as the unit of weight was therefore kept homogeneous throughout the Edo period.
  179. Monme is a weight unit in the Japanese traditional system of weights and measures.
  180. Monme was used in China by its original name 'chen' (pronounced "sen" in Japanese), which was based on the mass of 1 coin (in Japan, a coin of 1 mon).
  181. Monme, along with kan, is still used as an international weight unit for a pearl.
  182. Monmu is a son of Prince Kusakabe and a grand son of Emperor Tenmu.
  183. Monnosuke ICHIKAWA (the sixth)
  184. Monnosuke ICHIKAWA II
  185. Mono Prefecture: established on July 20 (old lunar calendar) in 1869.
  186. Mono no aware (the sadness or pathos of things)
  187. Mono no aware (the sadness or pathos of things).
  188. Mono no aware (written as もののあわれ or 物の哀れ) is the key literary and aesthetic notion in the study of dynastic style literature in the Heian period.
  189. Mono no aware was proposed by Norinaga MOTOORI, a scholar specialized in the Japanese classical literature who lived during the Edo period, in his treatise titled "Genji Monogatari Tama no Ogushi" (Jeweled Comb of The tale of Genji), in which he argued that mono no aware culminated in "Genji Monogatari" (The Tale of Genji).
  190. Mono-cha (Miyagi Prefecture)
  191. Mono-jo Castle, 759, unknown, Mono gun, former site of Mono-jo Castle
  192. Monoawase
  193. Monoawase ("mono" meaning things and "awase" meaning comparison) was a game that became most popular in the Heian period.
  194. Monobe Village Odochi Elementary School
  195. Monobe Village Odochi Junior High School
  196. Monobe Village Odochi Nursery School
  197. Monobe, 20 individuals for east and west each.
  198. Monobe-son (Kochi Prefecture)
  199. Monobe-son is the Village located in northeastern Kochi Prefecture, near the source of Monobe-gawa River and is known as Japan's top producer of "yuzu" citrus.
  200. Monobes were assigned police duties mainly.
  201. Monochrome and Color on Paper Image of Mikkyozu ? 17 Items
  202. Monochrome ink and light colored painting on paper of portrait of Ikkyu Sojun by Josen: The portrait best portraying the face of the rebellious and eccentric Zen Buddhist priest Ikkyu Sojun by Josen who was said to be the son of Dasoku who painted the wall and sliding panel paintings in the hojo.
  203. Monochrome ink and light colored painting on silk portrait of Shiichi Kokushi (Enni): A self-inscribed portrait of Enni, Mukan Fumon's master, which is believed to be the earliest self-inscribed portrait of him.
  204. Monochrome ink light color painting on silk of Shaka triad (deposited at Kyoto National Museum)
  205. Monochrome ink on paper painting of orchids and rocks, painted by Bonpo
  206. Monochrome ink painting on paper 'Choju-Jinbutsu-Giga' (Scrolls of Frolicking Animals and Humans): A set of four picture scrolls.
  207. Monochrome ink painting on paper 'Sho Sho Hakkei-zu' (images of the eight designated scenes of the area around the confluence of the Xiao and Xiang rivers and Lake Dongting in China's Hunan province) six panels (located in the central room, the work of Soami)
  208. Monochrome ink painting on paper 'Sho Sho Hakkei-zu' 16 panels (located in the central room, believed to be the work attributed to Soami)
  209. Monochrome ink painting on paper Daruma Sotatsu-Soshi-zo
  210. Monochrome ink painting on paper Hyonen-zu (A Man Catching Catfish with a Gourd)
  211. Monochrome ink painting on paper Koso-zo
  212. Monochrome ink painting on paper Shogun zuka-emaki
  213. Monochrome ink painting on paper of a cottage by a mountain stream
  214. Monochrome ink painting on paper of a landscape by Okyo MARUYAMA; they were refurbished as hanging scrolls, and were deposited in the Tokyo National Museum in 1904.
  215. Monochrome ink painting on paper of a portrait of Myoho nun attributed to Tohaku HASEGAWA
  216. Monochrome ink painting on paper of bamboo, stone and crane attributed to Masanobu KANO (deposited at Kyoto National Museum)
  217. Monochrome ink painting on paper of landscape (Rokaku Sansui-zu)
  218. Monochrome ink painting on paper of landscape by Bokusai
  219. Monochrome ink painting on paper of portrait of Bodhidharma by Bokkei
  220. Monochrome ink painting on paper of portrait of Kannon
  221. Monochrome ink painting on paper of portrait of the white-robed Kannon
  222. Monochrome ink painting on paper of thirty-two pictures of sansui-zu (a painting of the landscape).
  223. Monochrome ink painting on paper pair of six-panel folding screens of Bamboo Groves painted by Okyo MARUYAMA
  224. Monochrome ink painting on paper portrait of Shakamuni coming forth from the mountains
  225. Monochrome ink painting on paper portrait of Shinran Shonin (Kagami no Goei);Tsuketari (attachments): Color on silk portrait of Shinran Shonin (Anjo no Goei), Color on silk portrait of Shinran Shonin (Anjo no Goei copy)
  226. Monochrome ink painting on silk of landscape
  227. Monogashira (Military Commanders) and Sobayonin (lord chamberlain) with an estate of 150 koku (newcomer).
  228. Monogatari
  229. Monogatari (tales)
  230. Monogatari (tales) as well as annotated versions of: miscellaneous tales (eight books and two sections), the Tales of Ise, including annotated versions of it (thirteen books and three sections), the Tale of Genji, including annotated versions of it (one volume, 38 books, and two sections).
  231. Monogatari (tales) that describe the fights between WATANABE no Tsuna and Ibaraki Doji include:
  232. Monogatari are various events read by a narrator to the reader.
  233. Monogatari in Japanese literature are classified into the following categories.
  234. Monogatari which contain moral lessons using similes are sometimes called 'fable'.
  235. Monogatari' in the narrowest sense refers to the classical monogatari works which began with "Taketori Monogatari" (the Tale of Bamboo Cutter) and ended with Giko monogatari (pseudo-classic monogatari) in the Kamakura period.
  236. Monoimi (avoiding something that is regarded as ominous)
  237. Monomi yagura
  238. Monomi yagura had been already built by the Yayoi period.
  239. Monomiyusan (a pleasure trip) including cherry-blossom viewing, moon viewing, viewing autumnal leaves and snow viewing
  240. Mononobe
  241. Mononobe (security guard): Interrogates passersby.
  242. Mononobe : 40 people
  243. Mononobe no Me Omuraji advised the Emperor Yuryaku that there were some women who would become pregnant more easily; then those women could become pregnant through just contact with a fundoshi (a traditional under wear for male).
  244. Mononobe no Me Omuraji asked to the Emperor Yuryaku, "How many times did you engage with Ominagi during the night?"
  245. Mononobe no Moriya Omuraji
  246. Mononobe's force fled.
  247. Mononobe-cho : 400 people
  248. Mononobe-jinja Shrine
  249. Mononobe-jinja Shrine (Oda City)
  250. Mononobenotochine's name is recorded as the first omi in "Nihonshoki" (the Chronicles of Japan), however, as it was the time of Emperor Suinin, its existence is suspected.
  251. Monopolization
  252. Monopolization is a system that a government places under its complete control the production, distribution, and sales of specific goods and monopolizes the profits gained from them in order to increase the national income.
  253. Monopolization of the role of Shogun continued and emphasis on the legitimacy of their control possible misunderstandings can be seen such as 'the chief of military government should be Minamoto clan ' or 'to be shogun one had to be Minamoto clan.'
  254. Monopoly
  255. Monopoly Bureau
  256. Monopoly system
  257. Monotheistic Religion Research Course
  258. Monouri
  259. Monouri (peddling) or hikiuri
  260. Monouri is a street vendor who sells foods or goods, serves as a repairman, buys old things or wastes, or exchanges these things for some goods, traveling by attracting people with musical instruments and distinctive calls.
  261. Monouri, not often seen today, are people who do business with a unique 'yobigoe' (call) and a musical instrument while walking through town, and since they used to pull along products stacked on large carts and bicycles, they were also called hikiuri.
  262. Monpe for women were suitable for active work more so than traditional Wafuku.
  263. Monpe is a pair of work pants for women and a sort of "hakama" (a formal divided skirt for men) in Japan.
  264. Monpe was a kind of Hakama used in Hokkaido and the Tohoku region to keep out the cold, when working in the fields, and used as everyday clothing until the 1930s.
  265. Monryu
  266. Monryu is a designation used to refer to branch schools of Nichiren's disciples who considered the Myohorenge-kyo Sutra (the Lotus Sutra) as Shobo (the true teachings of Buddha), by using the founder's name or the name of the area where the founder propagated Buddhism.
  267. Monshi-kan (Faculty Offices)
  268. Monshu Succession Ceremony was held on November 21, 1996.
  269. Monsoons in the South Asia including India and Southeast Asia are caused by air current of monsoon originated in the Indian Ocean.
  270. Monster
  271. Mont Blanc daifuku:
  272. Montblanc actively contacted the mission and arranged for the mission to take a Paris observation tour and hold talks with key figures in the French government.
  273. Montblanc as a representative to the Satsuma clan and IWASHITA negotiated with them, insisting that they could not compromise about the name of "the government managed by the Satsuma governor-general."
  274. Montblanc had a craving for fame, was vain and often boastful, and was therefore often kept at arm's length or regarded as a charlatan.
  275. Montblanc still interacted with Japanese students including Kinmochi SAIONJI.
  276. Montblanc then contacted the Satsuma students' mission and volunteered to take care of them.
  277. Montblanc turned his private residence in 8 Tivoli, Paris, into the Japanese Consulate, served as the Consul and let MAEDA live there.
  278. Montblanc visited Japan again, was offered a position as an advisor on military reform by the Satsuma clan, and stayed in Kagoshima cementing adherence to the Satsuma clan.
  279. Montblanc was dismissed on October 28, 1870, and subsequently established the Society of Japanese Studies (Soci?t? des ?tudes japonaises) in Paris with like-minded people to promote the study of Japanese language and Japanese culture in France.
  280. Montblanc was not successful in negotiating with the bakufu mission and moved to Britain with SAITO.
  281. Montblanc was the first son of Charles Alb?ric Clement Descantons de Montblanc (1785 - 1861), and was born in Paris in 1833.
  282. Montblanc wrote books including "Japanese Circumstances" and the French translation of "Kyuo Dowa" (Kyuo's Edifying Talks) written by Kyuo SHIBATA.
  283. Montblanc's father, Charles Alb?ric, was given the feudal lands of Baron Ingelmunster in West-Vlaanderen Province, West-Vlaanderen region, Belgium, by a German feudal lord, Otto von Plotho, and became a baron in Belgium.
  284. Montengujo also allows the passage of light and thereby causes the beautiful patterns to appear, which delights the eye, and therefore has been used for garden lanterns, etc.
  285. Montengujo was originally made by block-printing mulberry paper, instead of watermarking the same, with whitewash, etc, but thereafter came to be made by stencil printing.
  286. Month and date not known: He was appointed to Sakone no daisho concurrently and left Ukone no daisho.
  287. Month and date unknown, he was involved in government affairs of Kanezane KUJO.
  288. Month and year unknown, he became a Distinguished Scholars of Confucianism.
  289. Monthly boarding fee is 400 yen based on 'Regulation on the payments of the students of Kyoto University (Instruction No. 63 issued in 2006).'
  290. Monthly events
  291. Monthly, 16th of every month - Dialogue lecture in Sanno-in Temple
  292. Monthly, 19th of every month - Dialogue lecture in Miedo Hall
  293. Monthly, 21st of every month - Mieiku (memorial service for Kobo Daishi) in Oku no in, Miedo Hall
  294. Months and days are written in old lunar calendar.
  295. Monto
  296. Monto Mono Shirazu
  297. Monto Shu Ichimi School
  298. Monto do not cling to remains and graves traditionally and not a few monto in the regions of Omi, Hokuriku and Tokai, so-called monto regions, place all of the remains at the grave of the holy priest Shinran without having their family graves.
  299. Monto is a name one uses for comrades of the same sect.
  300. Monto mono shirazu' is a phrase which believers of other sects use when they criticize monto (believers) of Jodo Shinshu (the True Pure Land Sect of Buddhism) as 'they don't know about the manners of Buddhism.'
  301. Monto of Jodo Shinshu Sect have neither omamori nor ofuda.
  302. Monto should put the palms of hands together while chanting 'Namu Amidabutsu' even if other sects' main image (such as Dainichi-nyorai and Shakyamuni-nyorai) is enshrined.
  303. Montoku-Genji
  304. Montsuki (Japanese Traditional Clothing That Carries Family Crests)
  305. Montsuki Haori Hakama (Japanese formal attire for men)
  306. Montsuki is commonly coordinated with hakama or kamishimo, not with "kinagashi" (everyday clothing), but in the Edo period a second at seppuku or an executioner coordinated montsuki with kinagashi.
  307. Montsuki kosode has the same shape as that of the common kosode (called "nagagi" [full-length garments]), and the characteristic of montsuki kosode is the use of family crests: - one at the center of the back, two situated symmetrically on the backs of the sleeves, and two symmetrically on the chest.
  308. Montsuki kosode has two types of patterns: the solid-color type and noshime type; today, however, only the solid-color kosode is used among the public, and noshime kosode is seen just in Kabuki or historical dramas.
  309. Monument
  310. Monument Commemorating Xavier's Arrival (within 'Sakikata-koen Park,' Okubo-cho, Hirado City).
  311. Monument Commemorating Xavier's Meeting with Lord Shimazu (Hioki City)
  312. Monument engraved waka poem
  313. Monument for the site of the fierce battle between the eastern and western forces in the Boshin War
  314. Monument inscribed with poetry by KAMO no Suetaka
  315. Monument of Choyo Gakko in the premises of Tsuruoka City Hall
  316. Monument of Princess Sonohime: a stone monument to commemorate Prince Sonohime who is believed to be the first person to bring Ubai to the Tsukigase area.
  317. Monument of the 'Landing of Saint Francis Xavier to Shimonoseki'
  318. Monument of the prefectural official Sukeyuki HARAGUCHI, a samurai ancestor of Kagoshima, who directed the construction of the school, is located in Seiko-ji Temple in the city.
  319. Monument' in the Act on Protection of Cultural Properties.
  320. Monuments
  321. Monuments (Denkmal in German)' in Germany' system for protecting cultural heritage.
  322. Monuments and others
  323. Monuments are categorized into 'Cultural Monuments (Kulturdenkmal)' and 'Natural Monuments (Naturdenkmal).'
  324. Monuments such as the Toson Memorial Museum have been built in the present Magome-juku.
  325. Monuments' in Japan's system for protecting cultural heritage.
  326. Monyo (blood line, lineage, connected by blood)
  327. Monyo ki (a record of Shoren-in Temple of Tendai sect)
  328. Monyo originated from six people who were appointed as Kokushi (provincial governors) at Jimoku (ceremony for the appointment of officials) on August 16, 1185 (old lunar calendar).
  329. Monyoki (Shoren-in Temple records)
  330. Monzaemon CHIKAMATSU
  331. Monzaemon CHIKAMATSU "Heike nyogo no shima" (The Heike and the Island of Women)
  332. Monzaemon CHIKAMATSU (1653 - January 6, 1725) was a kabuki and joruri (ballad drama) playwright who wrote many great works during the Genroku era in the early Edo period.
  333. Monzaemon CHIKAMATSU was a representative of successful writers of those texts.
  334. Monzaemon continued to release masterpieces one after another in collaboration with Gidayu, and for the first time his name, Monzaemon CHIKAMATSU, was credited as the author of "Sasaki Okagami," staged in 1686 in the Takemoto-za theater.
  335. Monzaemon had a wife and three sons, with the second and the third sons taking jobs related to joruri.
  336. Monzaemon himself left health care instructions believed to be in his own handwriting in Kosai-ji Temple in Amagasaki City, Settsu Province.
  337. Monzaemon is believed to have stated that the appeal of art lies in the slender margin between the real and the unreal (called the 'kyojitsuhimaku' theory).
  338. Monzaemon was first an in-house joruri playwright at Takemoto-za theater, later becoming a kabuki and kyogen (a generic term for a Kabuki drama) playwright midway through his career, before returning to write joruri again.
  339. Monzaemon wrote more than 100 joruri plays.
  340. Monzaemon's parents were Nobuyoshi SUGIMORI, a feudal retainer of the Echizen domain whose master was Masachika MATSUDAIRA, and Kisato, Hogen Ichiku OKAMOTO's daughter (Hogen is a title for a professional like a doctor or an artist and OKAMOTO was a doctor's family).
  341. Monzaemon's younger brother, Koretsune, became a doctor and later adopted the name, Ippo (or Ichiku) OKAMOTO.
  342. Monzeki (Monseki)
  343. Monzeki (a chief priest who is a member of the Imperial Family) of Daigo-ji Temple Sanpo-in was supposed to succeed the traditional bloodline, and the core of succession is 'Ein Horyu,' namely 'Saisho Ein Sanmaya Ho.'
  344. Monzeki (head priest) of Shogoin Temple in Kyoto.
  345. Monzeki (temples in which members of the nobility or the imperial family resided)
  346. Monzeki Temples
  347. Monzeki took control of the personnel matters of sango and lower rank monks, and appointed bokan who would serve himself.
  348. Monzeki treated them also the same way as the bokan serving him, then had them under his influence.
  349. Monzen Nakamachi, Gyogan-ji, Takeyamachi-dori Street agaru, Teramachi-dori Street, Nakagyo-ku Ward, Kyoto City
  350. Monzen onchu
  351. Monzen soba (buckwheat noodles of Wajima City)
  352. Monzen-mach of the Important Traditional Building Preservation Area
  353. Monzen-machi (temple town)
  354. Monzen-machi means a town around an influential temple or shrine that was developed after merchants and manufacturers gathered there to conduct business, targeting workers and visitors of the shrine or temple.
  355. Monzenmachi (a town below temples and shrines)
  356. Monzo YAEGAKI…Gonjuro KAWARASAKI (the first)
  357. Mood Music, etc.
  358. Mooka Railway Company
  359. Moon Over the Peaks: FUJIWARA no Kanshi, Michinaga's daughter, passes away.
  360. Moon-viewing Pavilion
  361. Moon-viewing Pavilion (Important Cultural Property): A small building in the middle of the roofed corridor linking the study and the Kaisan-do hall.
  362. Moon: Symbolizes 'enlightenment without selfishness.'
  363. Moon: a combination of the fall night moon and its reflection on the surface of the water.
  364. Moonlight in Fujiwara-kyo
  365. Mop-up efforts after the war were already largely complete, so Tametomo's life was spared because of his great bravery during the war; on September 12, 1156, his elbow was dislocated so that he would no longer be able to use bows, the source of his pride, and he was exiled to Izu-oshima Island.
  366. Moral degeneration
  367. Morale among the capital faction became very high, and they optimistically predicted that, given the fact Yoshitoki had been declared a traitor and an enemy of the Court, he would probably not be able to find even 1000 men to stand with him.
  368. More 50 years later, around the reign of Emperor Ichijo, "Shui wakashu (Collection of Gleanings)" was compiled and dedicated to the emperor.
  369. More about this to be covered in the following Kitahama Bank incidents.
  370. More accurately, the name of town is 'Tomo' (Tomo, Tomo-cho, Fukuyama City).
  371. More alcoholic beverages are consumed at banquets which are lively.
  372. More and more appointed officials did not move to ningoku (place of appointment) and delegated to zaichokanjin.
  373. More and more rebel army soldiers began to surrender day by day, and all surrendered soldiers including those who were wounded talked hardships of the rebel army.
  374. More and more taxi companies are installing one these days, especially in large cities.
  375. More and more taxi companies are installing one these days.
  376. More and more types of stores such as large-scale stores have also come to operate on ganjitsu though on a fewer-hours basis.
  377. More are under construction or are being updated.
  378. More colorful kogoi, such as green and orange, have recently become popular, and some households hoist carps for all family members, including girls.
  379. More commonly, Genku was honorifically called 'Genku Shonin' (Priest Genku) or 'Honen Shonin' (Priest Honen).
  380. More commonly, the name refers to the road east of JR Nara Station; the road is lined with retail shops, restaurants, hotels, banks, convenience stores and other establishments and draws a large number of visitors.
  381. More complex drawings pay put more money.
  382. More detailed information will be provided in this section.
  383. More details of the situation
  384. More drivers from Nara Prefecture are expected to take this route to the Daini Keihan-doro Bypass via the Tanabe-nish and Hirakata-higashi interchanges, given the January 2008 opening of the Hanshin Expressway Route No. 8 Kyoto Line.
  385. More efficient cooking tools and methods are being sought in such regions due to the above reason, and it is said that in response to this, there are some campaigns to bring the methods of building Japanese-style kamado to the local people.
  386. More especially, his books, 'Rikuun Ryakuzu' and 'Hokuhen Nanatai Nanahyakushu' explaining the history of Waka were praised by Norinaga MOTOORI, a scholar of Japanese classical literature.
  387. More especially, in products where the atmosphere is valued as canned coffee, a chemical-like impression may give a negative impression.
  388. More especially, in regard to imitation Tenshu and reconstructed Tenshu/externally restored Tenshu which were constructed by modern building methods, some expressed concern about 'the possible destruction of historical heritage.'
  389. More especially, the sale of canned coffee has remarkably increased in Southeast Asian countries.
  390. More examples and the enhanced data of this stone tool, especially those of overseas are needed for the future studies.
  391. More female toji also become active, and they begin to form their unique brewery networks such as 'Night with Female Brewer-made Excellent Sake.'
  392. More finely ground soboro is called oboro.
  393. More funori are mixed than the glue.
  394. More generally, Nishijin means the area where the textile industry including Nishijin-ori (Nishijin weaving) is concentrated.
  395. More information on the Jidai Gyoretsu
  396. More of these remain than of the other Tensho oban.
  397. More of this later in this section.
  398. More often than not, the character 英 (pronounced 'ei' or 'hide') is considered to mean excellence or things that are superior, but in reality it is also pronounced 'hana' or 'hanabusa,' indicating flowers (hana), especially those that don't bear fruit, namely 'male flowers.'
  399. More often used as a form of entertainment.
  400. More particularly, Borogata is sometimes divided into early Boro and later Boro.
  401. More pectin is contained in carpel (white skin between rind and flesh) than in the flesh so, it is beneficial to eat mikan without peeling the carpel.
  402. More people came to drink partly because of the demobilization of soldiers, and the demand of sake became higher affected by a dark social situation which led to the shortage of supply.
  403. More people prefer eating bread and noodles to eating rice, and opportunities of taking traditional Japanese food reduce irrespective of generation.
  404. More pilgrims gathered in locations where miracles occurred.
  405. More precisely, he should not be regarded as Yoriko in terms of system, but in fact, was regarded as Yoriko as he was the Doshin of Nobutaka.
  406. More precisely, it generally refers to the act of Shinto priests and Buddhist priests directly praying in front of the altar of shrines or temples on behalf of people who send in their wishes and prayers via email.
  407. More precisely, it should be referred to as 'Gohyakuoku-Jintengo' (literally, fifty billion is like a piece of dust in the infinite timeframe).
  408. More precisely, ranks are granted to both humans and gods without distinction, and the ones granted to gods are called shinkai.
  409. More precisely, the part of the ceremony in the urban area is 'Hoei Gyoji' (the ceremonial offering of the transportation of the timber) hosted by Hoei Honbu (the local community group for the event), and 'Hoei-shiki' is the ceremony conducted by the Jingu of the transport of the materials from the Kitamikado of the Geku to Gojoden.
  410. More recently, "Masako HOJO," a novel written by Michiko NAGAI, was the basis for the Taiga-dorama (NHK Historical Drama) "Kusamoeru."
  411. More recently, dextrin has sometimes been used with Meisen silk cloth, etc.
  412. More recently, in the Kan'ei years (1624-1644), it was outfitted with the Garan (Monastery) by the Edo Shogunate.
  413. More recently, the great fire of 1881 destroyed structures which included the Butsuden, Hatto, Hojo (head priest's living quarters) and Kuri (priest's living quarters or kitchen).
  414. More seal engravings were produced than any other time in his life in order to raise enough money for the travel expenses.
  415. More seats can be added to take the total up to 400 seats.
  416. More specific examples of hakushu etiquette include occasions when the palms are joined exactly so that the tips of the fingers (including the thumb) meet the tips of the same fingers of the other hand and occasions when the palms are intentionally not joined so exactly.
  417. More specifically, "Yuimagyo" states that if the spirit is pure then even soil is pure, and even in this world there could be the soil of pureness.
  418. More specifically, 'when the Takeda army led by Karo (chief retainer) Masakage YAMAGATA attacked the Oda side at the start of the Battle of Nagashino, the ashigaru (common foot soldiers) of the Oda army, none of whom stepped forward and who hid themselves, kept shooting the teppo.'
  419. More specifically, Akihira seems to have used many descriptions from various official documents to compile this collection.
  420. More specifically, Nichiren argued for the validity of the Lotus Sutra, which captures the essence of nature, based on the fact that the philosophy of the Ezo people (northern Japanese natives), which was handed down to Japanese fishermen at the time, had the same theory of numbers as the teachings of the Lotus Sutra.
  421. More specifically, a tahoto had to have three pillars between the vertices of the square, which means that each side had four pillars with four spaces between them.
  422. More specifically, becoming an iemoto disciple and passing on secret techniques is thought to be based on the pattern of becoming a follower of a Buddhist priest and transmitting the teachings.
  423. More specifically, farmers make and sell good luck candies and sticky rice cakes during festivals, markets, and fairs, having passed down the business over several generations.
  424. More specifically, folk belief holds that his hat, body, and rice bag represent the tip of the penis, the penis itself, and the scrotum, respectively.
  425. More specifically, former characteristic conditions to be diplomatically recognized as a state, such as being Christian country changed to more concrete and technical conditions.
  426. More specifically, government officials requested establishment of libraries with collection of books on western studies including "Bankoku Koho" or distribution of the books around the country.
  427. More specifically, guidance for cultivation technique is given, or grants, subsidies and so on are provided by the municipality.
  428. More specifically, gyokuro tea leaves, the raw materials of gyokuro, are cultivated under a cover for at least two weeks before being harvested.
  429. More specifically, it is an illustration of tactics using fire in which one ties the legs of a bird on the back of a fox and set fire to the wings and send them to the castle of enemy.
  430. More specifically, it is composed of the Emperor, his consort, the Empress, the widowed consort of the previous Emperor, the Empress Dowager, and the widowed consort of the Emperor before the previous one, the Grand Empress Dowager.
  431. More specifically, it refers to the following three laws: Gunkuchoson henseiho (the Law for Reorganization of Counties, Wards, Towns and Villages), Fukenkai kisoku (the Rules for Prefectural Assemblies) and Chihozei kisoku (the Rules for Local Taxes).
  432. More specifically, it sounds like:
  433. More specifically, it was a gratitude or prayer for productiveness, and it was analyzed through a god for death and regeneration of life in "Kinshihen" (The Golden Bough) (A Study in Magic and Religion: Wide-ranging, comparative study of mythology and religion) written by James Frazer.
  434. More specifically, it was a system in which each class in each grade was divided into the morning class and the afternoon class, which were taught by the same teacher, respectively; since this was a unique system in Japan at the time, it drew attention.
  435. More specifically, kanshi is poetry established in the age of the Later Han dynasty as the national art of China.
  436. More specifically, the departing signal whistled by the conductor was principally discontinued.
  437. More specifically, the origins of kofun show that they were not just a change in institution of tombing or funereal conception but also an issue related to society and politics in general.
  438. More specifically, the ridgepoles and roof purlines are supported vertically from below in the wagoya structure.
  439. More specifically, the second son of Taneshige AKIZUKI was adopted as an adopted succeeding son, Naganobu KURODA (the mother of Tanenogi AKIZUMI was a daughter of Nagakuni KURODA).
  440. More specifically, the word "montsuki" is used in two different ways: one is the word that means the common kimono with some family crests on itself (or the style of kimono that has some family crests on itself), and the other is the word used as an abbreviation for "montsuki kosode" (a narrow-sleeved kimono for men, emblazoned with family crests).
  441. More specifically, there is a theory that this place may be the location where the divine spirit of Toyouke no Okami appeared when Toyosukiiri-hime was once transferred to Tango.
  442. More specifically, they are "Choushu Eiso" by FUJIWARA no Toshinari, "Sankashu" by Saigyo, "Akishino gesseishu" by Yoshitsune KUJO, "Shuiguso" by FUJIWARA no Teika, "Minishu" by FUJIWARA no Ietaka (Junii (Junior Second Rank)), and "Shugyoku-shu" by Jien.
  443. More systems and services are available at this bus stop (including all the above-mentioned systems as well as systems 37, 59 and 205).
  444. More temporal and up-to-date than Tsukushi goto music, the pieces were highly artistic and became popular at that time.
  445. More than 1,000 Buddhism anecdotes now and past or common tales in three countries; India, China and Japan, were compiled into "Konjaku Monogatari shu" (The Tale of Times Now Past).
  446. More than 1,000 people, including the vassals of Yorinori, surrendered and were temporary placed in the Sakura Domain and the Koga Domain later.
  447. More than 10 people completed this course and thereafter have had their career as Kuroto Nohgakushi.
  448. More than 10 years later since then, he returned to the Sanada clan, and served as rusuiyaku (a person representing the master during his absence) at the Sanada family's Fushimi residence in Kyoto.
  449. More than 10,000 telegrams wishing his speedy recovery were sent to Nicholas, and in Kanayama Village, Yamagata Prefecture, its local government enforced a regulation of forbidding the use of the family name 'Tsuda' and the given name 'Sanzo'.
  450. More than 100 people, including daimyos (Japanese feudal lords), Kugyo (high court nobles), patriots supporting Sonno Joi (slogan advocating reverence for the Emperor and the expulsion of foreigners) and the Hitotsubashi group (group supporting Yoshinobu from the Hitotsubashi-Tokugawa family), were implicated in Ansei no Taigoku.
  451. More than 100 unejo tatebori (a series of parallel trenches running up the sides of the mountain) were constructed over approximately 2 kilometers from the "Nishinomaru" to the "Demaru" (a fortress tower built far from the main castle) at Teragahana, the tip of the ridge.
  452. More than 100,000 dogs were nurtured there.
  453. More than 15 'Okarat' has already been delivered.
  454. More than 20 himegimi (daughter of a person of high rank) surrounding the shells try to find only one jigai, out of 360, with exactly the same spots and shape as dashigai.
  455. More than 20,000 hina dolls are displayed at the site, with a special feature of an enormous hinadan which is approximately seven meters high.
  456. More than 200 of them were found throughout Japan.
  457. More than 200 years have passed since sugar cane was introduced into these regions.
  458. More than 3,000 visitors come to this event in recent years; since it is held in Kyoto, they give enthusiastic encouragement especially to the home team such as Doshisha University or Ritsumeikan University.
  459. More than 30 bronze mirrors were excavated.
  460. More than 30 poems composed by representative poets of the later Kyogoku group such as Emperor Gofushimi, Kogonin, and Kianmonin were selected, as well as Hanazonoin's.
  461. More than 300 flower arrangement schools are registered and the total number of the members is more than 4,000 (East 2,392, West 1,786 as of 2007).
  462. More than 5,000 koi-nobori are hoisted in four places at the Tsuruuda-gawa River, Morinji-gawa River, Kondo-numa Pond and Tsutsujigaoka Park Inn.
  463. More than 500 species of Japanese woodland primrose bloom here in over 2200 pots from the middle of April to the beginning of May.
  464. More than 60 of them are known today.
  465. More than 8,000 cho (approximately 79,336,000 square meters) at its peak.
  466. More than 90 poems were selected in Chokusen wakashu (anthology of Japanese poetry compiled by Imperial command) under "Shui Wakashu" (Collection of Gleanings of Japanese Poems).
  467. More than a century later, in 1180, MINAMOTO no Yoritomo entered Kamakura.
  468. More than a dozen housewives and others who lived in Uozu town gathered in front of a warehouse of Juni Bank where Ibukimaru had been loaded, and they pleaded to cancel the loading of rice and sell it to people.
  469. More than a few academia believe that Yomi Country is located underground and this is accepted by the present day public.
  470. More than eighty percent of the dam went under water after the construction of Hiyoshi Dam, and all the gates installed on the dam were removed.
  471. More than forty Shinengo have been confirmed up to now.
  472. More than half a century has passed since steam locomotives, even the newest ones were manufactured, so in future the cost for preservation/maintenance will increase at an accelerated pace.
  473. More than half of the small area is occupied by mountains and Lake Biwa, so the inhabitable land area of Shiga measured in 2001 was smaller than that of Osaka.
  474. More than just a symbol of To-ji, it has become a symbol of Kyoto.
  475. More than one designated Gokoku-jinja Shrines exist in some prefectures: three in Hokkaido and two in Hyogo, Hiroshima, Shimane, Gifu Prefectures, individually.
  476. More than one hundred captives including them were forced to live in Omi Province, and after that, they were transferred to Fuwa gun or Katagata-gun, Mino Province.
  477. More than one omoibitos are divided into two teams, in the right and the left, and engage in a debate.
  478. More than one person, corporation, and others join an organization called Ko and others and pay for certain or fluctuated money and goods regularly or irregularly to Ko and others, and thereby they will be provided money and goods by auction competing with the sum of interest.
  479. More than one-hundred poems of his were selected for 'Kinyo wakashu' and other Chokusen wakashu (anthologies of Japanese poetry compiled by Imperial command) afterwards.
  480. More than ten songs are still played.
  481. More than twenty poems of the four anthologists, excluding Yukiie, were also collected.
  482. More than two of Kakei Haniwa were usually placed.
  483. More trains to both Kyoto and Nara use the single-track platform (Platform 1) nearer to the station's main structure.
  484. More years later, the land of Okazaki ceased to be called Shin Kurodani and came to be called Kurodani.
  485. Moreover Kazuuji left the capital to assist the legitimate child of Takauji, Senjuo (later the second Shogun Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA), who had taken Kamakura with the order of Yoshisada NITTA, and he assisted the Ashikaga clan to take control of Kamakura, opposing Yoshisada.
  486. Moreover Myojuin has Goma-do Hall (built in 1711) and a teahouse: Suiunkaku (built in 1854-1860), which escaped the aforementioned fire.
  487. Moreover Sumimoto exterminated Takakuni in 1527 (Daimotsu kuzure [the Battle of Daimotsu]), also killed Motonaga MIYOSHI of Kasai (main retainer), who was gaining power, and he seized the shogunate government by supporting Shogun Yoshiharu ASHIKAGA.
  488. Moreover he became a privy councilor and involved in the establishment of the Imperial House Act, but he died at age of 45.
  489. Moreover his new seated figure is located in the concourse of JR Kameoka Station which was reformed to an overhead station in his hometown.
  490. Moreover in 1480, Tomomasa sent a gift to Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA and Yoshihisa ASHIKAGA, father and son, and this suggests that he communicated with the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) on his own apart from the family head of the Ogigayatsu Uesugi clan, and that he was in politically high position.
  491. Moreover in recent years, large-scale ryotei also devote their efforts for wedding ceremonies and reception banquets, that can be seen nationwide.
  492. Moreover recently, the popular chain cafe Starbucks Coffee has opened their Kyoto-sanjo-ohashi branch utilizing a breeze-enjoying floor; one can feel the flow of the era there.
  493. Moreover the "Tale of Heiji" says of FUJIWARA no Nobuyori that 'he was not intelligent, nor was he a warrior, rather he was unintelligent and did not have any notable skills.
  494. Moreover the lots at some temples have Chinese poetry added and this is because of the roots in Ganzan Daishi Hyakusen (Gansantaishi's one hundred lots).
  495. Moreover the residence of the Katsuragawa family was in 1-10, Tsukiji, Chuo Ward, Tokyo and now the monument is in the place.
  496. Moreover there was no pre-modern document to suggest that the mound is a tumulus.
  497. Moreover, "Ansai Zuihitsu" was written during the Edo era, and lacks credibility.
  498. Moreover, "Azuma Kagami" described Hirotsune's soldiers as being 20,000 even though they were 10,000 and 1000 in "Enkeihon The Tale of the Heike" and "Genpei Tojoroku"(a record of Genpei battles), respectively.
  499. Moreover, "Azuma Kagami" says that it was 'Iekuni' who captured Shigehira, however, there is no other description of a man named Iekuni in the document; therefore, the name is probably a misspelling of the name Ienaga gathered from the description of "Genpei Seisui ki" and other historical materials.
  500. Moreover, "Doeff Halma" was revised and reinforced in comparison with "Nedreduitsch Taalkundig Woordenboek 1799-1811" (written by P Weiland) and other dictionaries, and "Oranda Jii" (Dutch Dictionary) that collected about 50,000 words was published with revisions in 1855.
  501. Moreover, "Kotai Jingu Gishikicho" adds Kawairi (die by drowning in a river) and Hiyaki (burnt by fire to death) to Kunitsu tsumi crimes.
  502. Moreover, "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) was added with many embellishments to justify the government by the Imperial Court.
  503. Moreover, "Ryueihikan" mentions that 'Winds of the Edo Castle merit the position of the world's castle, and its land coincides with Shijin-so-o topography'.
  504. Moreover, "Sarashina Nikki" indicates the number of chapters of "The Tale of Genji" as 'more than 50,' but it is questionable as to whether the description means 54 chapters.
  505. Moreover, "Shobogenzo," which was written by Dogen, fully describes Buddhism and is different from the view of Chinese Zen, which proclaims Furyumonji (不立文字).
  506. Moreover, "YASUJI Tokyo", the Hinako SUGIURA's comic was created in the motif of Yasuji's paintings.
  507. Moreover, "the North Wind and the Sun", one of Aesop's Fables, is said to be originally describing the dealings between Boreas and the sun god Apollo.
  508. Moreover, 'Gekijo (theater) no Sanka' is by "Sanka" (1925) as well as by "Tan-i Sanka" (1927).
  509. Moreover, 'Onna Danshichi' (female Danshichi), 'Nazoobi Issun Tokube,' the masterpiece by Nanboku TSURUYA (the fourth), and others are included as kakikae (rewritten) kyogen.
  510. Moreover, 'zan' (heaviest punishment among gokei [five punishments]), which was more severe than 'zu-sannen' (imprisonment of three years) of the Taiho Code, was added to punishments for manufacture of shichusen (counterfeit money) to prevent it.
  511. Moreover, (a) and (j) suggest that 'Kiritsubo' had been divided into 'Kiritsubo' and 'Tsubosenzai,' respectively, and that 'Yume no Ukihashi' was divided into 'Yume no Ukihashi' and 'Norinoshi,' while the chapter of 'Utsusemi' in "Okuiri Interpretation" states it as such.
  512. Moreover, 1 cubic shaku is also called 1 sai.
  513. Moreover, 30 up Local trains, including one Rapid train, and 29 down Local trains, a total of 59 Local trains are operated a day.
  514. Moreover, 500 disciples who gathered in the first editorial meeting of Buddhist sutra (結集(けつじゅう)were called the 500 Rakans and were eagerly respected.
  515. Moreover, Ajiro Uchiwa fan, which was made by painting urushi Japanese lacquer on materials, and the military leader's Uchiwa fan (called Gunbai in Japanese in short), which had a firm structure by adopting various materials such as lacquered skin, board and thin iron plate, had been used in samurai's war since the Sengoku period
  516. Moreover, Akifusa scolded Ietsugu even when other vassals could not with constraint.
  517. Moreover, Akira KITTAKA and Biten YASUMOTO pointed out that a total eclipse of the sun also occurred on the evening of March 24, 247, once again in northern Kyushu.
  518. Moreover, Akisada YAMAUCHI-UESUGI, who had lost his land of Izu and West Sagami, schemed to cut Ujichika and Soun's ties with Yoshizumi and Masamoto.
  519. Moreover, Amagasaki Domain issued han bills at a kaisho (exchanger) in Kamigori-mura, Ako-gun and Nakayasuta-mura, Taka-gun in their detached territory in Harima Province, which was given by the shogunate in exchange for villages including Nishinomiya and Hyogotsu in Nadamesuji in 1769.
  520. Moreover, Arisugawa style calligraphy was established and Prince Takahito wrote an original copy of the "Imperial Covenant Consisting of Five Articles."
  521. Moreover, Article 4 section two clarified the extent of the Prime Minister's administrative power over local governments.
  522. Moreover, Asada Domain issued han bills in the detached territory of Bicchu Province.
  523. Moreover, Atsutane framed original divinity that was beyond desktop literature study, and brought a new stream into the study of Japanese classical literature.
  524. Moreover, Bokuju is also widely used as liquid sumi.
  525. Moreover, Buddhists respect the number three, such as three treasures, three studies and three secret processes so that the way of 'reciting the Nichiren chant three times' is used broadly at the beginning and end of Buddhist religious services or memorial ceremonies as a means of showing respect to the main image.
  526. Moreover, China depended on the Powers and loans from foreign capital banks to perform reforms only to strengthen dependency on foreign countries.
  527. Moreover, Curry Udon is also prepared by pouring curry sauce diluted with soup broth, or by merely pouring curry sauce over the noodles soaked in a half a bowl amount of soup broth.
  528. Moreover, Eino KANO, the third school head, wrote "Honchogashi", which was the first book in Japan stating the theory and history of paintings.
  529. Moreover, Elizabeth II shook hands with the Crown Prince Akihito, without exchanging glances.
  530. Moreover, Emperor Kogon also donated Yuge no sho manor, Tanba Province.
  531. Moreover, Emperor Ogimachi's enthronement ceremony was held with financial support from Motonari MORI because of Imperial financial difficulty.
  532. Moreover, Emperor Reizei knows that Genji's fortieth birthday will come next year, and issues an order to grant him a rank equivalent to Retired Emperor.
  533. Moreover, Empress Michiko calls him 'Kinjo Heika' in public.
  534. Moreover, English-language newspapers were published in Yokohama, Kobe and Nagasaki.
  535. Moreover, Eun was invited to pray when transferring it to Ansho-ji Temple.
  536. Moreover, FUJIWARA no Hidesato, who had repressed the Johei and Tengyo War, claimed himself to be a descendant of FUJIWARA no Fujinari.
  537. Moreover, FUJIWARA no Shoshi, eldest daughter of the powerful courtier FUJIWARA no Michinaga, received an Imperial letter of appointment as Nyogo (a court lady next in rank to Chugu) on the same day that Prince Atsuyasu was born, meaning that he was destined to lead an unhappy life from birth.
  538. Moreover, FUJIWARA no Suekata, Yoshitsuna's retainer, and Saburo KASHIMA were also murdered on Yoshimitsu's orders (as was Kaiyo, a monk of Onjo-ji Temple who was also Yoshimitsu's biological younger brother) in order to ensure that the plot would never come to light.
  539. Moreover, Fantin-Latour created a feeling of solidity by using perspective and shading as well as the depiction of detail.
  540. Moreover, Fudo Myoo is depicted on the Nichiren sect's main image (which is called Jikkai Mandala), and has been drawn by Shushi (Shuji, Bija) historically since Nichiren because it's a venerable status of Mikkyo, which was transmitted by Kukai, as well as Aizen Myoo (Ragaraja).
  541. Moreover, Fukae is said to be a region that is closely associated with a caster related to the goshinkyo mirror (sacred mirror) of the Imperial ancestor.
  542. Moreover, Fukuchiyama flourished as a 'Railroad City' due to several factors: The Sanin Main Line was upgraded eleven years after and the Railroad Administration was established in Fukuchiyama City, a rare event to occur besides prefectural capitals.
  543. Moreover, Fukuchiyama-cho incorporated Anga-mura, Sasabe-mura and Shimotoyotomi-mura, thus was born Fukuchiyama City with a population of about 32,000.
  544. Moreover, Hakuseki's sense of pessimism regarding politics grew a great deal after Ienobu's death, and Akifusa is said to have exerted a supreme effort to encourage Hakuseki to continue putting his talents to use in politics.
  545. Moreover, Hirotsugu built Kosho-ji Temple as his family temple in Imamiya, Kuwata County.
  546. Moreover, Hisamitsu SHIMAZU, who had assumed the office of the Minister of the Left, submitted a petition against the radical reforms led by Okubo.
  547. Moreover, I am duly informed that he is trying to kill me
  548. Moreover, Iemitsu was the only child to be born from the lawful wife of shogun and then become a shogun himself.
  549. Moreover, Iesada's second wife, Hideko ICHIJO, was a gorenju (title of honor for a legal wife of an aristocrat daijin, cabinet minister and kugyo, court noble), but she had an extremely diminutive body.
  550. Moreover, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA went to see ishi-gassen fought by boys and correctly predicted that the smaller team would defeat the larger team.
  551. Moreover, Ieyasu entrusted land in Ueno-Shinobugaoka which faced the kimon to the Tenda sect monk Tenkai, who erected a stupa in the likeness of Mt. Hiei which contains the demon's gate (kimon) and founded the Kanei-ji Temple in 1625.
  552. Moreover, Ieyasu even gave them his special approval that he would guarantee the treatment to their remotest descendants including the rules about their chigyo-chi (territory).
  553. Moreover, Ieyasu ordered troops to give a battle cry and shoot teppo (guns) three times every night at torino koku (about 17:00 -19:00)/ino koku (about 19:00 - 21:00)/torano koku (about 3:00-5:00) in order to prevent the enemies from sleeping (the battle cries reached as far as Kyoto).
  554. Moreover, Ippon-datara of Mt. Obagamine sometimes refers to a fierce god called Inosasa-o (King Inosasa) which is transformed from the spirit of a wild boar.
  555. Moreover, Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple, the headquarters of Ikko followers, grew into an organization that was a strong as the sengoku daimyo families.
  556. Moreover, Izumi Shikibu was made from her husband's title, governor of Izumi Province and her father's title, shikibu taijo.
  557. Moreover, Izumi said she could feel and understand what Nakahira thought.
  558. Moreover, Japan's "Dainihonshi" (Great history of Japan) is written in kidentai, also.
  559. Moreover, Japanese people believed that Japan was a country ruled by the descendants of ancient gods, and eventually, became a world's leading country of high moral.
  560. Moreover, Jingu-ji Temples were built within or out of precincts of shrines, such as Kashima-jingu Shrine, Kamo-jingu Shrine and Ise-jingu Shrine, by priest Mangan, et al.
  561. Moreover, Jinson, a priest of Daijo-in Temple visited to the shrine on April 6, 1461 (source: "Daijoin Jisha Zojiki" [Miscellaneous Records of Daijo-in Temple]).
  562. Moreover, Jori system (the system of land division) facilitated the readjustment of cultivated land and each member was allotted farmland.
  563. Moreover, Jun MIURA proposed outdoor Hannya Shingyo, which is near to pleasure.
  564. Moreover, Juniten Mandala, on which Juniten is placed around a Fudo Myo (Acala, one of the Five Wisdom Kings) image with four arms, is used in anchin-ho, an esoteric rite for achieving peace and security of the state.
  565. Moreover, KIMURA (the academic mentioned above) points out that there are individuals who are easily mistaken for goshi, however, those individuals who are difficult to be considered as goshi as mentioned as follows:
  566. Moreover, Kabuki performance itself was popular, and as far as tateoyama (the leading Onnagata actor) is concerned, Kansai was superior.
  567. Moreover, Kanetomo YOSHIDA (Junii [Junior Second Rank], Jingikan) (1435-1511) spread Yuiitsu Shinto (One-and-Only Shinto) (Yoshida Shinto) to Ashikaga Shogun and Kuge.
  568. Moreover, Kanzeon Bosatsu Fumonhon No. 25 of "Myohorenge-kyo," as translated by Kumaraju, has become widespread as the Kannon-gyo sutra.
  569. Moreover, Kappumen is classified into 'Standard' and 'Upper grade' by the Japan Agricultural Standards.
  570. Moreover, Katsu sent Yamaoka out from his residence with an escort guard, Kyunosuke MASUMITSU; he was the feudal retainer of Satsuma but was in protective custody under Katsu's supervision, this was the result of his capture in the incident of the fire attack on the residence of the Satsuma Domain.
  571. Moreover, Kinga's close friend Toko SAWADA was also implicated, and the incident thereby grew into taigoku (mass arrest of serious case suspects by the shogunate).
  572. Moreover, Kishiwada Domain had a large amount of debt with the Meshino family, so the family had a strong influence over the finances of the domain.
  573. Moreover, Kokei BAN saw a scroll of Omihakkei waka written by a chief adviser to the Emperor, Nobutada KONOE, himself during the Keicho era in his acquaintance's home.
  574. Moreover, Konan NAITO, Sokichi TSUDA, and Mitsusada INOUE claimed that Kunakoku mentioned in Gishiwajinden (literally, an 'Account of the Wa' in "The History of the Wei Dynasty") was the province of Kumaso.
  575. Moreover, Kudono-kami was regarded as Kamadogami (the god of kitchen stoves), and Kundo-kami was enshrined in the Engishikinaisha (a shrine listed in the Engishiki laws) Kudo-jinja Shrine in modern-day Oji-cho, Kitakatsuragi-gun County, Nara Prefecture.
  576. Moreover, Kuha 58025 cars were also remodeled into cars with four doors and became Kuha 85025 and eventually Kuha 79055.
  577. Moreover, Kuroda also pointed out that the portrait of MINAMOTO no Yoritomo at the British Museum, which was one of the evidences supporting the popular theory, was drawn after the mid Edo period (the 18th century) based on the credit.
  578. Moreover, Kyonyo retired based on an assignment document and Junnyo succeeded as the twelfth chief priest of Hongwan-ji Temple.
  579. Moreover, Kyoto Station is the Shinkansen's gateway not only to places within Kyoto Prefecture but also to the northeastern part of Osaka Prefecture, the southern part of Shiga Prefecture and the northern part of Nara Prefecture.
  580. Moreover, Kyoto was not a place where their wives and children went back.
  581. Moreover, Kyumu's estate, which totaled to 500 Koku of crop yield, was inherited by Tokuhime (the Saionji family) and became the financial foundation of Saionji family.
  582. Moreover, L. japonica is shaven to produce processed goods, shredded tangle, such as "oboro-konbu" and "shiraga-konbu."
  583. Moreover, Luis Frois described in "Historia de Japan" (History of Japan) that Hideyoshi was furious due to a female issue, but he was often biased toward not only Hideyoshi, but also those against Christianity, therefore, it is necessary take that into consideration.
  584. Moreover, Mabuchi's theory was rewritten by Nahiko KATORI and brought out as "The Tosa Diary Overheard" and "The Tosa Diary Verbatim Record."
  585. Moreover, Makino used Taketoshi MURATA who had been an assistant director of Nagao, and Reizo INOUE, who was an actor and film director at Katsudo Shashin Shiryo Kenkyukai established by Toyojiro TAKAMATSU, each to direct one film.
  586. Moreover, Masaaki TANEDA, the accounting manager of Ministry of Army, heard the news on YAMASHIROYA and started investigation secretly.
  587. Moreover, Mitsuhide formed the foundations for the castle town by carrying out activities such as improving the flow of the Yura-gawa River (which had often caused floods until then), and releasing farmers who were impoverished due to the repeated floods from their obligation towards Jishisen tax, etc.
  588. Moreover, Mitsuosa was ordered to participate in the funeral in Senyu-ji Temple.
  589. Moreover, Miyagi Prefecture leads Japan in the consumption of kamaboko.
  590. Moreover, Mizoguchi sometimes pocketed props used for films secretly and added part of his living expenses to film production costs.
  591. Moreover, Morosuke died in 960, while he was still in the post of Minister of the Right.
  592. Moreover, Mumon-ginsen coin is known as the older coin than Fuhonsen coin, and it is considered as Hyodo kahei (currency valued by weight) for barter exchange by the value of silver as raw metal.
  593. Moreover, Nagayoshi MIYOSHI, who was originally a vassal of the Hosokawa clan, was appointed as Shobanshu by Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA and, using the authority of this status, assumed control over the shogunate administration acting in the position of kanrei.
  594. Moreover, Nakahira wrote the words of the theme song for "Kuroi Tobakushi Akuma no Hidarite," in which the meaningless word 'Jordania' was shouted repeatedly, and which is famous for the melancholy voice of Akira KOBAYASHI.
  595. Moreover, Nakanoin-ryu is not included in Ono-ryu.
  596. Moreover, Narutoshi's eldest legitimate son Hidetsuna was most likely a different person from Koretsuna's son named Hidetsuna (Koretsuna is a person who succeeded to the family name of Anegakoji.)
  597. Moreover, Nobuhiro SHIGEMATSU advocated a theory of a four-part structure, in which he asserted that the first part is from 'Kiritsubo' to 'Akashi,' the second part is from 'Miotsukushi' to 'Fuji no Uraba,' the third part is from 'Wakana' to 'Takekawa' and the fourth part is 'Ten Quires of Uji.'
  598. Moreover, Nobukatsu made a peace pact with Hideyoshi without the consent of his patron, Ieyasu, on the occation of the Battle of Komaki and Nagakute, and later, he was deprived of his fief as a result of opposing Hideyoshi's order of transfer.
  599. Moreover, Nobunaga ODA told Motoharu KIKKAWA in 1576 that he would not shelter Shikanosuke, probably because of the changed circumstances.
  600. Moreover, Nobunaga's mausoleum is placed at Ninomaru (second bailey).
  601. Moreover, Norinaga's grandchild and lord of Nakashima-jo Castle, Kurando NAKASHIMA had a child named Messhu who built Myoko-ji Temple and a number of other temples.
  602. Moreover, Oishi gained their support since he declined to receive a dividend.
  603. Moreover, Oshima's first husband, Korehisa SHIONOYA was from a distingusihed family same as Oshima's Kizuregawa family, a descendent of MINAMOTO no Yoshiie and granted the territory of about 20,000 koku in Shioya-gun by MINAMOTO no Yoritomo.
  604. Moreover, Prince Oama seemed like an efficient politician, and Prince Oama supporters who thought he should succeed the imperial throne made efforts and this led to the War.
  605. Moreover, Ryochu, who was a disciple of Bencho, founder of Chinzei-ha, had established his influence in Kanto area based on Goshin-ji Temple (present Komyo-ji Temple in Kamakura city).
  606. Moreover, Ryoo built the Jitoku-in temple next to the Tenshin-in temple in Obakuzan Mountain.
  607. Moreover, Ryoo built the Koseki-in library for storing 58,005 volumes, including Chinese and other books and he provided maintenance costs of the library as well.
  608. Moreover, SAIGO sent a letter to Toshimichi OKUBO who was traveling abroad as a member of Iwakura Mission to apologize that he could not protect YAMAGATA after his resignation (according to the letter from SAIGO to OKUBO written on August 12, 1872).
  609. Moreover, Sadatsugu's disciples Katsukichi (Kizaemon) NOMURA and Shigenao (Yojiemon/Yojiuemon) KAWARABAYASHI (OBAYASHI) taught Chikurin school techniques to the Kishu Domain.
  610. Moreover, Sama no kami (Captain of Samaryo, Left Division of Bureau of Horses) and To Shikibu no Jo (Functionary from the Ministry of Rites) joined them, and four people had a chat about ladies (it is commonly known as "rating woman on a rainy night").
  611. Moreover, Sarugaku came to be the formal music (ritual music) for ceremonies in the community of samurais and each clan came to employ its retained Sarugaku performer.
  612. Moreover, Seishonagon also wrote in "Makura no soshi" (an essay written in the Heian period), 'I love the sound of flute very much among various music instruments.'
  613. Moreover, Shinkeihan Railway conceived a project to construct the Nagoya Express Railway, which would extend from Baba in Otsu City to Nagoya City across the Suzuka Mountains; however, due to the financial crisis (the Showa Depression) the project became a dead issue.
  614. Moreover, Shinkeihan Railway, the former Hankyu Kyoto Line, and Nara Electric Railway, the former Kintetsu Kyoto Line, provisionally opened in time for the enthronement of the Emperor Showa.
  615. Moreover, Shinran entered the priesthood by Jien in 1181, at the age of 9.
  616. Moreover, Shisho (people who performed miscellaneous duties relating to documents) in Shonagon kyoku (Lesser Counselors' Office) stamped documents under the supervision of Shonagon after Shonagon had reported an application for sealing and been granted the Imperial sanction.
  617. Moreover, Shosoin sometimes opened especially for foreign high-level public officials (for example, Great Britain's Crown Prince, who visited in 1992).
  618. Moreover, Shunjo at Senyu-ji Temple in Kyoto brought back a new Risshu sect from the Southern Sungs.
  619. Moreover, Sokyoku developed until around Tenpo era, mainly by jumping on the shamisen bandwagon or, in other words, by participating in Jiuta.
  620. Moreover, Sugimura and Cho again requested to take part in a campaign because of the Taiwan conquest.
  621. Moreover, Sumitada OMURA died in Nagasaki in the same month.
  622. Moreover, Suseribime no mikoto was furiously jealous over Yachihoko no kami's (i.e., Okuninushi's) tsumadoikon visit (a system of marriage in which the husband visits the wife at home) to Nunakawa hime, who was in Koshi no kuni.
  623. Moreover, Tadao UMESAO who moved the stage to the National Museum Ethnology (ecology to ethnology and anthropology), Takeshi UMEHARA (philosophy) who made an effort to establish an International Research Center for Japanese Studies, and others are also included in this Kyoto school.
  624. Moreover, Taejong included the unfounded claim that 'according to ancient texts, Tsushima is historically a vassal state of Gyeongsang province' in his order to attack.
  625. Moreover, Takatoku UENO defeated Takasuke SHO, the legitimate child of Tamemoto SHO, the enemy of one of his family members Ueno Izu no kami Yoriuji who met a tragic end in Bicchu Matsuyama.
  626. Moreover, Takauji ASHIKAGA took over the Rokuhara Tandai (the office of shogunal deputy in Kyoto placed by the Kamakura shogunate) and Yoshisada NITTA and others took over the control of Kamakura; thus the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) fell.
  627. Moreover, Takemikazuchi crashed Takeminakata's hand in his hand as if it were a reed, and Takeminakata was no match for him.
  628. Moreover, Tamesuke repeatedly went down to Kamakura to appeal to the bakufu and gained the case.
  629. Moreover, Tametomo could have shot his older brother but didn't; instead, he was merciful to him and hesitated about killing his brother because he thought it would be disrespectful toward him.
  630. Moreover, Tanizaki lauded the film as more 'film like' in comparison to the Matsunosuke ONOE films during the Nikkatsu days.
  631. Moreover, Tenyakuryo had an educational organization that was headed by an "I-hakase" (Master of Medicine), a "Hari-hakase" (Master of Acupuncture), an "Anma-hakase" (Master of Massage), and a "Jugon-hakase" (Master of Necromancy), who were selected as excellent in their knowledge and medical techniques from all technocrats.
  632. Moreover, Terutora came to conflict with the Satake clan in Hitachi Province who aimed at invading Oshu (Mutsu Province).
  633. Moreover, The minister of the Center, who is planning to make Kumoi no Kari Crown Princess, knows that they are in love with each other, and becomes enraged, taking her into his own residence in order to separate her from Yugiri.
  634. Moreover, Toba made FUJIWARA no Tokuko, who was the real mother of his last son, Emperor Konoe, an empress, based on the fact that she was his real mother.
  635. Moreover, Todai-ji Temple made a branch shrine for deity of Usahachiman-shin, which helped erecting the Great Buddha.
  636. Moreover, Tokimasa HOJO who was already in his forties had simply identified himself as Shiro HOJO without having the post of suke (vice governor) or any official rank.
  637. Moreover, Tokugawa Shogun, who existed as 'feudal king' and even controlled the Imperial Court, however, followed the order calling himself 'supreme ruler' and the Emperor 'king' when he paid a visit to the Imperial Palace.
  638. Moreover, Tokyo is also internationally regarded as the Capital of Japan.
  639. Moreover, Trikaya, the three bodies of Buddha, considers Buddha a figure in front of the people of the present world.
  640. Moreover, Tsukushi-no-murotsumi was used for various purposes such as inspection of foreign merchants, entertainment and trade.
  641. Moreover, UMEWAKA pointed out that, in modern Noh, these forms are unnecessarily valued too much to the harmful extent that it has become like the object of a kind of belief.
  642. Moreover, Umeko had almost forgotten her Japanese language and needed an interpreter and also had difficulties with Japanese customs.
  643. Moreover, Vaisravana represents the Spirit of Sunlight that symbolizes "Light" Saharabhujarepresents the Sprit of Moonlight that symbolizes "Love", and Maoson represents the Spiritual King of Earth that symbolizes "Power."
  644. Moreover, Wakizashi (medium length sword) is more convenient for cutting off the head from a dead enemy.
  645. Moreover, Wang Zhaoming founded his pro-Japanese administration, thwarting the personal peace operation of Kanji ISHIWARA.
  646. Moreover, Yashima shrine, which enshrines Imperial Prince Sawara, is near there, and he is also enshrined as a deity in Emperor Sudo Shrine and Goryo Shrine in Nara town, several kilometers north of Yashima town.
  647. Moreover, Yasumichi KATO, his son, inherited the family estate of the head family and became the lord of the Ozu Domain.
  648. Moreover, Yoritoki's daughter who had been the wife of FUJIWARA no Tsunekiyo, a local ruling family in Watari (Watari-cho, Miyagi Prefecture), became the wife of KIYOHARA no Takesada, and her son (later FUJIWARA no Kiyohira) was also taken in and was adopted by Takesada.
  649. Moreover, Yoritomo was asked for an appointment of Konoe no daisho (Major Captain of the Palace Guards), that was the highest position for a military officer, on December 27 (November 22 under the old lunar calendar).
  650. Moreover, Yoshihiro ASHINA, Sadataka IWAKI, and Nobuie TAGAYA (Nobutaka IWAKI) who were his other brothers and children of the lawful wife had been adopted by other families.
  651. Moreover, Yoshikane OSHIBE and Toshio KOBAYSHI argue that 'Nakatsusumera Miko' was the name given to Hashihito no Himemiko, who ascended the throne temporarily before the stage was set for the enthronement of Katsuragi no Miko after the demise of his mother, the Empress Saimei.
  652. Moreover, Yoshimasa took actions to criticize Yoshimitsu's policies after his death, such as encouraging Yoshimochi to decline the court rank of Daijo Tenno (the Retired Emperor) conferred posthumously on Yoshimitsu by the imperial court because of the lack of precedent and recommending him to stop Japan-Ming trade (tally trade).
  653. Moreover, Yoshimitsu was also bent on weakening the most powerful of the shugo daimyo, and in 1379, he skillfully exploited the conflict between the Hoskawa and Siba families to engineer the overthrow of the powerful Kanrei, Yoriyuki HOSOKAWA (in what became known as the Koryaku coup).
  654. Moreover, Yoshimune ordered the Sinology scholar Konyo AOKI, Genjo NORO and others to study Dutch language.
  655. Moreover, Yoshizumi ASHIKAGA, the leader of the alliance, learned of the situation and died from an illness in despair.
  656. Moreover, Yukimori, who had been defeated in the Battle of Fubeyama, was captured by Motoharu KIKKAWA in 1571.
  657. Moreover, a 12-page separate volume of 'Howa Tokushu' (Sermon Feature) is attached to each issue.
  658. Moreover, a Nagasaki interpreter who was academically contributing to Western Sciences can be said to be a Dutch scholar.
  659. Moreover, a buffet car was usually attached to such a train traveling long distance, boasting various menus and delicious dishes.
  660. Moreover, a concert held on every other Saturday was born.
  661. Moreover, a felt mat called Mosen is heavily used.
  662. Moreover, a forecast of 'levels for this season will be low' does not guarantee that airborne pollen levels will be low every day, so it is important to be cautious.
  663. Moreover, a game called Yokyu (楊弓) to shoot a suspended target with bow smaller than the Daikyu long bow (a bow of normal length) was popular among the high class and later among the common people.
  664. Moreover, a great many contradictions surface during the action of the story, and hence it is believed to have been based on both then-contemporary legends and on fabrications by the author.
  665. Moreover, a group of hoshi-imo left over after cutting fine slices is called 'sekko,' sold at about half the usual price.
  666. Moreover, a high ranking busho may be called shogun.
  667. Moreover, a kama yokai (metal pot specter) was portrayed in "Hyakki yagyo emaki" ('Night Parade of One Hundred Demons' picture scroll) in the Muromachi period, and the Narikama was supposedly modeled on it.
  668. Moreover, a large-sized Uchiwa fan was used for hatasashi-mono (battle flags), showing the family crest and others.
  669. Moreover, a lot of government officers of Togu-shiki (the Board of the Crown Prince's Affairs) and Togu-bo (Crown Prince's Quarters) serving the crown prince were punished.
  670. Moreover, a lot of loan bonds have been left in Shoso-in Monjo (Shoso-in Temple archives), which are the valuable historical materials of the Suiko dealing with property in the Nara period.
  671. Moreover, a lot of the other schools have incorporated Esoteric Buddhism.
  672. Moreover, a michodai, Empress's throne, was set next to the Takamikura hereinafter.
  673. Moreover, a money-based economy had begun to proliferate, which led to the financial ruin of many gokenin as they fell deeply into debt with members of the merchant class, looked down upon as Bonge ("commoners").
  674. Moreover, a number of "Wind God and Thunder God Screens" have been reproduced by various painters.
  675. Moreover, a railway bridge over the Tama River (the Rokugo River), which had been planned to be made of imported iron and stone from England in the beginning, was made of wood due to a budget cut (later it was replaced by an iron bridge in 1877 due to its rapid deterioration).
  676. Moreover, a set of pictures on partitions at the Daijo-ji Temple in Hyogo and Kongo-ji Temple in his hometown Ano can also be counted as one of his representative works.
  677. Moreover, a small container of earthy material was found in the stone pagoda, and a crystal pagoda style container for pieces of Buddha bone was found inside the earthy container.
  678. Moreover, a solid processed food, called gyunyu-kan (a sweet milk jelly) is made by adding funmatsu-kanten (powdered agar) into milk and allowing it to solidify.
  679. Moreover, a theory of earth is classified into theories of the interior of Japan and foreign countries.
  680. Moreover, a wooden plate (sakaita) is hung on the back and a shoji plate is mounted vertically on the shoulder part of armor.
  681. Moreover, about 800,000 tons of kelp is cultivated in China.
  682. Moreover, according to another view, the major factor of the incident was that Kugyo himself was so ambitious that he drove at the position of the shogun as Sanetomo's successor, rather than those backgrounds.
  683. Moreover, according to the court ranking law of the Yoro ritsuryo code (code promulgated in the Yoro period), Gunji is not included in Kanisoto (the ranks of the bureaucracy of the ritsuryo system), and also it is clearly mentioned in Kushiki-ryo (the Ritsuryo law) (Article 52) that Gunji is not Shikijikan (a person with an official rank).
  684. Moreover, after "Kokin Wakashu" (A Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry), because the chief aim shifted to the arrangement of the format rather than the meaning and the interesting transition of words, the creation of new makurakotoba basically tended to decrease for a while.
  685. Moreover, after the Muromachi period, Indengo and Jidengo came into being as higher rank titles, and Ingo as Kaimyo became the second rank.
  686. Moreover, after the Onin War, he also thought carefully about the management of his territory and tried to establish social order.
  687. Moreover, after the Sokui no rei, once-in-a-lifetime Daijosai (first ceremonial offering of rice by newly-enthroned Emperor) is held to appreciate abundant crop and to pray for a continuous good harvest.
  688. Moreover, after the death of his brother Eirin Takakage, he supported Ujikage ASAKURA (the eighth family head) as the gunji (local magistrate) of Tsuruga District, and helped to unify Echizen.
  689. Moreover, agricultural villages provided cheap labor, as typified by the female labor that worked in cotton textile industry, and promoted the development of the Japanese capitalism.
  690. Moreover, all handmade paper with a pattern added is called 'genuine patterned torinoko paper.'
  691. Moreover, all the semi-express trains were discontinued with this timetable revision and all 'Tango' trains were upgraded to express status.
  692. Moreover, along with this Masayori, there were many local lords and territorial lords who defected from the Ouchi family (new government of Yoshinaga-Harukata alliance) like Motonari MORI.
  693. Moreover, also during the Edo period, the custom of wearing long hakama as ceremonial dress was born.
  694. Moreover, although "Hannya Shingyo," which is said to be a translation by Genjo, became the most widespread for reading and invocation, this is unusual considering that the Buddhist sutra translated by Raju had since ancient times been used more often than the Buddhist sutra translated by Genjo.
  695. Moreover, although he transmitted guns to the Korean army and fought against the Japanese army, the Korean army stood in front of the troop bearing firearms without taking much caution and was therefore destroyed with fusillade.
  696. Moreover, although ironware manufacturing by forging was introduced to the Setouchi region by the end of the Yayoi period, technology was clearly lower than that of northern Kyushu and ironware manufacturing by cold chisel cutting was practiced in general.
  697. Moreover, although the Kaishin no Mikotonori edict was to ban gozoku families from ruling tadokoro and kakibe, several examples that the Imperial Court permitted ownership of tadokoro and kakibe even after the edict was announced have been found.
  698. Moreover, although the size has been reduced, his descendants still live in that place.
  699. Moreover, although there was no choice for Yoshitune besides letting senior vassals to take over the responsibilities when going off to a battle, he left government affairs to the hand of his favorite retainer from civilian government group, Taketo SAGARA, and stayed away from the politics.
  700. Moreover, although there were many archery sects with various names established after the Heki school, most of these are related to the system of the Heki school.
  701. Moreover, among 7,786 people who were charged, 12 people were sentenced to life in prison in the first instance and 59 people were sentenced to imprisonment for more than 10 years.
  702. Moreover, among the above examples, Musashi Kosugi station and Izumi Sunakawa staion were prefixed with old provincial names at the time of nationalization.
  703. Moreover, among the important cultural properties he can designate as national treasures those that are of high cultural value from the world's perspective (Article 27, Clause 2).
  704. Moreover, among the samurai class, the local governor might be called gandai or mokudai.
  705. Moreover, among those items designated (new) national treasures under the provisions of the Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties, not a single item has ever been 'downgraded' to the status of important cultural property.
  706. Moreover, an all-standing audience that exceeded the capacity of the venue was packed into the hall, and the conditions of the venue became dangerous.
  707. Moreover, an uchine could inflict greater damage on opponents than uchiya or shuriken due to its weight.
  708. Moreover, ancient documents which had been moved to Byodo-in Temple, Uji City for evacuation were missed amid the confusion of the war.
  709. Moreover, another condition for a Bunjin is that he has to be a Shijin (Shitaifu [a high ranking official from Kakyo, ancient Chinese higher civil service examinations]).
  710. Moreover, another factor was the newly established 'new government army' inability as a unified Japanese Army in a practical sense; in reality, this was the only an alliance which loosely combined all of the domains.
  711. Moreover, another reason that these services have been gaining more overseas tourists is because public transportation such as trains and route buses are not available when an airplane takes off from or arrives at an airport that offers around-the-clock services between midnight and early morning.
  712. Moreover, another theory suggests that Takateruhime-no-kami, the sister of Kotoshironushi-no-kami was enshrined in reality, who was confused with Shitateruhime-no-Kami.
  713. Moreover, any one had to become a member of the Shinsengumi to make a voyage into Ezo chi.
  714. Moreover, apart from the above, a group which frequently held collaborative research in the Institute for Research in the Humanities, Kyoto University, and actively held discussions after the war is also called the Kyoto school, but is not directly related with the above Kyoto school.
  715. Moreover, appointment and dismissal of the government post for utilitarian purposes to expand the power of the daimyo in the Sengoku period, starting from acquisition of Dazai no daini (the next seat position of Dazaifu) by directly reporting to the throne of the Ouchi clan, also began.
  716. Moreover, approval from the Imperial Household Council is not necessary for female members of the Imperial family to get married.
  717. Moreover, around this time poems full of flowery poetic devices were composed because daiei (poetry composed on a set theme) events were held frequently.
  718. Moreover, around this time, dissatisfaction by the lords of the domains and feudal retainers of the domains, who agreed to overthrow the Shogunate with the setting of Shotenroku (premium), reward grants of the Boshin War, were conciliated.
  719. Moreover, as FUJIWARA no Shoshi was to become the empress in 1000, it became an example of one emperor having two empresses.
  720. Moreover, as Sanetsune TOKUDAIJI's eldest daughter Junko married Hiromichi TAKATSUKASA (an army major-general and the grand chamberlain), the father of Nobusuke TAKATSUKASA, the Takatsukasa and Tokudaiji families have a finely meshed pattern of strong blood connections.
  721. Moreover, as Yoshitsune's military tactics and reputation elevated the Cloistered Emperor's credibility, the Cloistered Emperor attracted the warriors, and this fact became a threat for Yoritomo who was trying to establish a military government.
  722. Moreover, as a handy treatment, some teeth were blackened by painting with a powder mixture of fushiko (gallnut powder), iron sulfate, and oyster shell, however, this method was not so popular.
  723. Moreover, as a writer he is considered the father of light reading.
  724. Moreover, as he went back to Hitachi Province, Ogurihangan led soldiers to defeat Daizen YOKOYAMA, and prayed to Buddha for the repose of his dead retainers.
  725. Moreover, as it happens, there are counterfeits of many famous works, including those of Harunobu SUZUKI, Utamaro KITAGAWA and others distributed from the time of Edo period.
  726. Moreover, as its written copies spread, some other experts such as Sanba SHIKITEI added some more modifications.
  727. Moreover, as mentioned above, since this role is one-sided, listening to messages from the protagonist, it is rare for Nohwaki to show any brilliant activity on the stage.
  728. Moreover, as part of that trend, some people started thinking of making seals by themselves, and before long their idea led to tenkoku (seal-engraving).
  729. Moreover, as research in recent years develop, there are four different painting styles including brushwork faces even in the existing parts as follows:
  730. Moreover, as shown in his statement made at the press conference held for commemorating the 10th anniversary of his enthronement, his heart has never ceased to ache whenever he thinks of World War II as a wartime generation.
  731. Moreover, as the Crown Prince's departure was regarded as the first and the largest-scale event since broadcasting service was started, each broadcasting station broadcasted the departure.
  732. Moreover, as the god enshrined in Katsuragi region, Izanagi no Mikoto, Izanami, Amenominakanushi no Mikoto, Katsuragi Futakami no mikoto (two gods of Toyofutsu no Mitama and Kunitama; the relationship with Katsuragi Futakami-jinja Shrine is notable), etc. are mentioned.
  733. Moreover, as the literary work "Azuma Kagami" goes on to say, Yoshitaka's drafting of the "Heiji Monogatari" is noted as follows.
  734. Moreover, as the red pine was a handy species and had a lot of usage in Japanese modern agriculture, the people selectively planted them.
  735. Moreover, as there had been no practice where a child would become emperor ahead of his father while the father was alive, it was required to approve Imperial Prince Otomo as the heir to the imperial throne in order to have Tsuneyo ascend the throne.
  736. Moreover, as to appearance, it includes lacquer paint, and the main body as well, are colorfully decorated; extremely beautiful.
  737. Moreover, as to the contents of Taima Mandala, refer to another section; 'Taima Mandala.'
  738. Moreover, asphalt was often detected on Sekizoku pieces found in the Tohoku and Hokkaido regions; thus, natural asphalt from oil mines in the Akita Prefecture is thought to be distributed throughout northern Japan by trade.
  739. Moreover, at 52 years of age Minehira wrote a biography of Musashi MIYAMOTO entitled `Heihotaiso Bushu Genshinko Denrai`.
  740. Moreover, at an assembly, it was decided to make the demand (jikan-nochi) that Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA resign from the position of inner minister (naidaijin)and return a part of his domain.
  741. Moreover, at one time the three books of Baekje (百済三書) were regarded to be edited in Baekje during the era of King Widok in the latter part of the sixth century in order to submit to the king of Wa (Japan) from necessity for diplomatic policy against Wakoku.
  742. Moreover, at that time, patients and the civilians of Japan regarded 'cholera is a curse', so they often tried to cure it by incantations and prayers, which made the condition worse, then finally sent the patient in terminal condition to Hibyoin.
  743. Moreover, at the Kenmu Restoration honke shiki and ryoke shiki in various provinces were abolished and Kansha (shrines) kaiho (liberation) edict was issued, therefore the monistical ruling was rapidly advanced.
  744. Moreover, at the end of the Edo period jiuta became popular not only in Kyoto, Osaka and Nagoya but also in Chugoku and Kyushu, and numbers unique to the region were composed.
  745. Moreover, at the end of the work he denied any attachment to life in a thatched hut because it would prevent people from achieving spiritual enlightenment.
  746. Moreover, at the official investiture ceremony of the Crown Prince, balloons with a message celebrating the ceremony donated from each prefecture and other governmental bodies were floated in the skies over Tokyo to offer the nation's congratulations.
  747. Moreover, at the time of Iesada's worsening health condition, this dispute intensified.
  748. Moreover, at this time, the Chikurin school (Bamboo Forest school), whose founder was Josei Chikurinbo ISHIDO, was established.
  749. Moreover, based on her experience to meet elder women in Europe who were devoted to various social volunteer activities with younger women, she proposed to offer adult and social educational opportunities.
  750. Moreover, based on the Five Phases theory, the number of characters was fixed at 5.
  751. Moreover, because Doso-shin is called Shaguji, the Jizo Bosatsu that syncretized with Doso-shin came to be called Shogun (将軍) Jizo by combining the letters of "Shogun" with "Shaguji" (it is also written as 勝軍 (Shogun)).
  752. Moreover, because Hidemitsu's official government post was "kingo" (saemon no jo under the ritsuryo system), when referring to just his raising of troops it is also called the Kingo Disturbance (kingo sodo in Japanese).
  753. Moreover, because he favored some of his close advisers and left the politics up to them, this led to the arbitrary management of the shogunate's power by advisers.
  754. Moreover, because it does not deny sexual desire, it was worshipped by prostitutes in ancient times and is worshipped by women of the present day who work in the nighttime entertainment industry.
  755. Moreover, because it included a designation system for intangible cultural properties (which had until then been outside the designation or protection), it was at the time an innovative law.
  756. Moreover, because many Kokujin (local samurai) seceded from him, he returned to Suo in 1518.
  757. Moreover, because of a continuing consumer slump in the Heisei period, the number dropped to less than 1,500 as of 2008.
  758. Moreover, because of the existence of this "throat," Noh pipe doesn't have a steady tone.
  759. Moreover, because of war damage, Okazaki Higher Normal School moved from Okazaki City to Toyokawa City, however, without returning to Okazaki City, it became a Toyokawa branch of the Faculty of Liberal Arts (now the Faculty of Information and Culture) of Nagoya University.
  760. Moreover, because only half the normal troops left in Qing due to the war, the plan was set into action in December, 1884.
  761. Moreover, because small and medium-size zaibatsu are concentrated in the cities of Osaka and Kobe, these zaibatsu are said to be Hanshin Zaibatsu.
  762. Moreover, because the Jinshin-koseki itself was a totalization of family registers in public offices, not based on a direct survey of population, omissions that cannot be ignored were left behind.
  763. Moreover, because the description form was not in particular installed as long as the sufficient requirements were met, there was a difference between provinces in details of the format.
  764. Moreover, because the hojo was easily built and easily dismantled, it was favored by priests and hermits.
  765. Moreover, because the name Norihide FUJIWARA (NAGAI) begins to appear from the documents of 1533, it is considered that Dosan succeeded his father around this time.
  766. Moreover, because the names of people and places are written in Roman characters, their pronunciations were identified on that basis.
  767. Moreover, beginning in the Genroku era Handayu Bushi (a style of joruri created by Edo Handayu) and Eikan Bushi of joruri were added to jiuta.
  768. Moreover, bento must be kept in a cool place with less moisture.
  769. Moreover, besides learning at Shikan-do, he founded a private school, Shishisaijuku, at the age of 35, and produced Koan OGATA and Hyakki OKUGAWA and others.
  770. Moreover, both sides of the railway track between Utano and Narutaki are planted with cherry trees and during the cherry blossom season in spring, the location is lit up at night.
  771. Moreover, both sides of the railway track between Utano and Narutaki are planted with cherry trees, which are illuminated on spring nights during the cherry blossom season.
  772. Moreover, branch shops serving Sanuki Udon-styled Udon noodles successively started business after the first opening in the national capital region in 2002.
  773. Moreover, by Fushimi, Imperial Prince Tanehito (Emperor Gofushimi), the son of Fushimi, was formally installed as the Imperial Prince immediately after his was born.
  774. Moreover, community buses, operated by the local governments, frequently run to connect the stations on the Kusatsu Line, which serves as an important transportation for the community and passengers.
  775. Moreover, complicated works such as "The Tale of Genji" include cases where, (1) within the 'monogatari' work itself (2) 'monogatari' that consist of the characters' 'chatting' (3) regarding opinions about 'monogatari.'
  776. Moreover, concerning SAIGO, he wrote to ITO that he did not think SAIGO conformed to the Shigakko (school mainly for warriors) party and would not act rashly and blindly.
  777. Moreover, construction of yagura was greatly advanced by the Genna era.
  778. Moreover, conversely it fairly infrequently happens that zabuton are thrown even if the yokozuna wins.
  779. Moreover, cooking techniques such as the creation of stock was not developed yet, and each person seasoned his or her meal with salt and vinegar at the table; besides noble people tried to show their power by eating rare foods. They regarded vegetables as 'low-class foods' and did not eat them.
  780. Moreover, coping with disruptions in the time schedule is becoming less flexible due to use of computers.
  781. Moreover, criticism of the existing situation increased among conventional Buddhism sects.
  782. Moreover, descendents of Yorisada MORI are by no means numerous, but there is a Mori clan mentioned of Shichiro Yoshitaka MUTSUI's descendents amongst the local ruling family in Sanuki Province.
  783. Moreover, developed from the original aspect of the wisdom to reach enlightenment, it became a symbol of wisdom in general (being smart and having much knowledge), which led to the proverb 'Two heads are better than one' in a later age.
  784. Moreover, dialect karuta (with a compact disc) is on sale all over Japan, for example in the Hokkaido dialect and in the Tsugaru dialect.
  785. Moreover, different tales also exist.
  786. Moreover, due to Hirobumi ITO who was promoting the westernization of Japan, Arinori MORI became the first Minister of Education in 1884.
  787. Moreover, due to the fact that the sitting styles of Buddha statues found at ancient sites or made in the Nara period are the same as the current seiza style, it is likely that the style itself was commonly used even before the Edo period.
  788. Moreover, due to the influence of this television program, the expression 'have a zabuton!' can be heard in ordinary conversation when someone says something funny.
  789. Moreover, during the Edo period, the costumes became gorgeous as they are now.
  790. Moreover, during the Russo-Japanese War, he went to the United States of America to conduct diplomatic negotiations and enact strategies to bring an end to the war that would favor Japan.
  791. Moreover, during the days of Takatoki HOJO, the Nagasaki family at the butler-like position for the Hojo clan, which was called Uchi-Kanrei (head of Tokuso Family), started seizing power.
  792. Moreover, during the same period Yoshitada SANADA and Yorito ASARI were also referred to as "Yoichi."
  793. Moreover, each article consisted of kotogaki (a part of books where the main idea of the book is summarized) and the text.
  794. Moreover, each issue has two 'Frank Speaking to Chief Priests and Temples': essays by famous peoples of various sectors, ranging from literary world, public entertainments, music, academics, to journalism.
  795. Moreover, each station has its representative color, called a "station color," and station parts such as the platform door, station name signs, station name panel, external wall of the station attendant's office and elevator doors are colored in the corresponding station color.
  796. Moreover, even if Regent or Kanpaku had a joint appointment as Daijin in Dajokan, the highest body of public government, the law prevented him from getting involved.
  797. Moreover, even if it is a conversation between the actors, it is not uncommon that an exchange of kotoba may suddenly switch to a melodic chant according to the climax of one's feelings.
  798. Moreover, even if you miss, a missed arrow that hit in front of one's feet appears more frightening to the enemy than a missed arrow that flies over one's head, thus, the target was set up in a low place on the ground for practice.
  799. Moreover, even in case a writer's attribution such as name is fallacious, if it is written by the same person, the work is not usually considered to be forged writings or gisho.
  800. Moreover, even in the same period, several types of shaku with different unit length were simultaneously used for different purposes.
  801. Moreover, events associated with it is also called 'matsuri' in some cases.
  802. Moreover, feudal lords didn't like to take akagome (red-kernelled rice), which was inferior in taste compared to the new breed, and refused to accept it as nengu (an annual land tax).
  803. Moreover, flame-generating equipment, such as a furnace, could be installed more easily in the doma and this is also effective from the standpoint of fire prevention.
  804. Moreover, following a decline in the popularity of period dramas in 1975 Toei established Kyoto Uzumasa Eigamura (Toei Movie Land) by relocating a part of the open set of Toei Movie Studios.
  805. Moreover, following the "Nihonshoki," the burial mounds in Habikino City in Osaka Prefecture (the Karusato Otsuka mound) and the one in Gose City in Nara Prefecture have been identified as the Hakuchoryo burial mounds.
  806. Moreover, for Tsugi (connecting not to be cut) of 'c' towards the third white, he performed Watari (connecting own stones) for the white 'e,' black 'a,' white 'f,' black 'g,' and white 'h.'
  807. Moreover, for convenience, the kanji characters for "string", '糸' or '絲' are unified as the former simpler one.
  808. Moreover, for the establishment of the Ninth Higher School, a fierce enticement battle took place between Niigata and Matsumoto, and it became a series of smearing campaigns,
  809. Moreover, for the next year, 1877, Shimada and Cho cooperated, becoming busily engaged in plans to raise an army during the Seinan War.
  810. Moreover, four years later (in 1641) Jozan built a rudimentary hut he called 'Shisendo' (Poets Hall '詩仙堂') in Ichijo village (western slopes of Mt. Hiei) in the Northern part of Kyoto which would be his final abode.
  811. Moreover, frequency of trade was regulated based on the Sentoku treaty concluded in 1432.
  812. Moreover, from 1303 to 1305, he worked as Chugu daibu (Master of the Consort's Household) for Kinshi TOKUDAIJI, a Chugu (empress or one of the consorts of an emperor) of Emperor Gonijo.
  813. Moreover, from 1751 to 1763, kamishimo with small family crests became popular, and there was even a trend where feudal lords who visited the Edo-jo Castle competed for the elaborateness of their small family crests.
  814. Moreover, from an aesthetic aspect, Japanese Kamon are well known abroad because of the symbolic design and simple structure, and is often used in various designs.
  815. Moreover, from that point onwards the names lost all sense of linkage with the Genji Monogatari once workers in the bar and nightlife industry called themselves by such names in the workplace and now it bacame tradition.
  816. Moreover, from the Middle Ages and during the early modern age, a lot of costumes spread among the families of Noh actors.
  817. Moreover, from the aspect of 'a successor of Chiba-dojo', it is not often mentioned that he and his father were both members of the Tottori clan.
  818. Moreover, from the early Muromachi period the act of kando (disownment), which originally meant extinction of the relation between master and servant, came to be applied to a familial relation and have the same legal effect as fukyo/gizetsu, resulting in that the term fukyo was no longer used.
  819. Moreover, from the late twentieth century, the local areas increasingly form the identities by the historical fact that they were formerly shoens.
  820. Moreover, fujimi yagura was supposed to watch Mt. Fuji.
  821. Moreover, geki of daijokan (secretary of the grand council) might be sent by a chigyo-kokushu (provincial proprietor), an influential kugyo (top court official).
  822. Moreover, ginsatsu carrying high values (from 10 monme to 1 kanme of silver coins) were issued at Sumoto ginsatsu place.
  823. Moreover, great numbers of Ishibashi clan members who lived in Mino and Kawachi Provinces trace their ancestry to Yoriyoshi's second son, MINAMOTO no Yoshitsuna.
  824. Moreover, han bills were issued by a hikikae-kaisho (exchanger) in Ohara-mura, in their detached territory of Mimasaka Province.
  825. Moreover, hanamame (a kind of kidney beans) are used in the region of the Saku basin in Nagano Prefecture.
  826. Moreover, having come into full bloom during a generation that was exceptionally elegant and refined, she organized several cultured activities, including the Poetry Contest of Queen Kishi, High Priestess of Ise and Court Lady held in 956 and the Senzai (gardening) contest of Queen Kishi, High Priestess of Ise and Court Lady in 959.
  827. Moreover, he also created kaede (accompanying melody) for 'Akikaze no Kyoku' (Song of the Autumn Wind) by Kengyo MITSUZAKI, who had a significant influence on his compositions.
  828. Moreover, he also loved Tamakazura, another adopted daughter of Genji.
  829. Moreover, he also received Yoshio OISHI into Yamashina, after he had ended the unsettled affairs of the Ako feudal administration.
  830. Moreover, he assassinated the third Shogun Sanetomo in an attempt to make his son-in-law Tomomasa HIRAGA the Shogun, but faced oppositions from his daughter Masako and his son Yoshitoki HOJO and was forced to become a priest.
  831. Moreover, he attended the coronation of George V (King of the United Kingdom) and held prominent positions such as the President of Japan Fisheries Association and the honorary president of La Societe Franco-Japonaise.
  832. Moreover, he became a disciple of Muga OKUMURA together with Yoshio OISHI (common name Kuranosuke), the family head of the main family of OISHI, to learn the Togun-ryu school of swordmen.
  833. Moreover, he became a senja (compiler of waka collection) of "Shinkokin Wakashu" (New Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry) (given to the emperor in 1205), which was a Chokusenshu (anthology of poems collected by Imperial command) started at the occasion.
  834. Moreover, he became the eleventh regent after the death of Morotoki HOJO.
  835. Moreover, he became the first president of Doitsugaku Kyokai (Society for German Studies) and later he worked to establish Doitsugaku Kyokai Gakko (School of the Society for German Studies).
  836. Moreover, he behaved like okimi (great king) by giving Iruka the purple cap for oomi (a highest officer in national politics of the Yamato dynasty), calling his younger brother Mononobe no oomi, and naming his residence kyujo no mikada (Gate on Imperial Palace).
  837. Moreover, he believed that Japanese political parties should be united and he, the super man, should be the head of the party for the best of the Japanese future.
  838. Moreover, he built fortifications in Mt. Unebi-yama.
  839. Moreover, he cleverly combined territories, which had been devided, into a head family using the authority of the Bakufu.
  840. Moreover, he composed and wrote a so-called commercial song for a dentifrice, "Sosekiko," in 1769 and wrote advertising copy for Takichi OTOWAYA's Kiyomizu mochi in 1775.
  841. Moreover, he considered that the records were almost as true to the written records as to the years of 1240 to 1266, or the reigns of FUJIWARA no Yoritsune to Shogun Prince Munetaka around the Eno era to the late Eno era.
  842. Moreover, he contributed the novel "Nogiku no haka" (The Wild Daisy), which was influenced by Shiki's literary sketches, to "Hototogisu" (a literary magazine) in 1905.
  843. Moreover, he criticized 'although there are, it is same as nothing' for not sending samurai who had been summoned.
  844. Moreover, he declared that 'the biggest objective in the Showa new administration' was to enhance women's higher education, and developed his theory of absolute equality of the sexes, insisting the 'equal right of men and women' was the highest ideal of the cultured nation.
  845. Moreover, he designed a lot of book covers, advertising items, daily goods and yukata (an informal cotton kimono for summer), and he was one of the pioneers of modern graphic design.
  846. Moreover, he did activities including becoming a member of a haikai (humorous linked verse) group and composing haikai.
  847. Moreover, he did not always follow the policy, and sometimes used the text before correction.
  848. Moreover, he discussed that both died to satisfy their own demands, not helping civilization to progress.
  849. Moreover, he drove off the shikome of Yomi by pelting them with peaches he took from a tree growing on that spot, so he gave the peach the divine name "Ookamusubi no mikoto", saying "May you ever protect those in need (just as you have done for me now)."
  850. Moreover, he gave 150 Koku out of 450 Koku to his younger brother Nobukiyo SEZAEMON.
  851. Moreover, he got 14,252 koku 6 to and became the lord of Okazaki-jo Castle in Mikawa Province with 100,000 koku.
  852. Moreover, he had three adopted children, and later he was killed in a contest of succession.
  853. Moreover, he had to face inflation from 1878 because revolts by family or person with samurai ancestors, such as Saga War and Seinan War, caused unexpected financial spending.
  854. Moreover, he has received reports and lectures on the affairs of the state more frequently than his father, the Emperor Showa, from people in the political and business worlds, intellectuals and others.
  855. Moreover, he has sincerely reflected the losses Japan incurred from the defeat in the days of the Emperor Showa, by facing the negative assets in the Showa period through journeys to comfort the war dead.
  856. Moreover, he is also called 'sanseki' (three Seki's) with Chikuseki NAGAMACHI and Monk Aiseki.
  857. Moreover, he is highly appreciated even today as a wise ruler due to the fact that he strengthened the regent's power while providing proper administration to immediate vassals of the shogun as well as common people.
  858. Moreover, he left many waka in Chokusen wakashu (anthology of Japanese poetry compiled by Imperial command), such as "Shoku-Gosen Wakashu" (Later imperial poetic anthology) and private wakashu (a collection of Japanese poetry), such as "Shin Wakashu"(a collection of poetry by the Utsunomiya clan and concerned persons).
  859. Moreover, he participated in the planning of about 30 businesses or more such as railways of Kanan, Osaka Prefecture, Nippon Life Insurance Company, Nippon Fire Insurance Company, Nippon Warehouse, and Teikoku Bussan.
  860. Moreover, he performed tanka poetry and was beloved by royal nobles including the Emperor's family.
  861. Moreover, he pointed out that the emphasis placed on the relationship between Yoshitsugu OTANI and Nagamori MASHITA, who was later involved in raising an army for Mitsunari ISHIDA, was not natural.
  862. Moreover, he pointed out this aesthetic character is also felt occasionally in the performing techniques of the Noh players.
  863. Moreover, he presented poetry books, such as "Hoji Onhyakushu" and "Kochuhyakushu," and in 1278, submitted "Shoku Shui Wakashu" (12th imperial anthology) to the Emperor for inspection
  864. Moreover, he pressured Tomonobu KOTOKUI to swear the KOTOKUI family's allegence to the TSUCHIMIKADO family, and to recognize the TSUCHIMIKADO family solely as the Soke of the Onmyodo,
  865. Moreover, he proposed to open an exposition, and "Toto Yakuhinkai" was held in Yushima, Edo as the first exposition in Japan.
  866. Moreover, he recognized the ability of Hisahide MATSUNAGA and twice accepted his surrender.
  867. Moreover, he recommended Yoshitomi TOKUGAWA, the lord of the Kii Domain, as heir to the 13th shogun Iesada TOKUGAWA, which deepened the conflict with Nariaki TOKUGAWA of the Hitotsubashi Group (a group supporting Yoshinobu from the Hitotsubashi-Tokugawa family), who had recommended Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA.
  868. Moreover, he renovated the Matsuyama-jo Castle (Bicchu Province) over three years and the existing castle tower, one of the important cultural properties, became what it is today in the period of Katsumune.
  869. Moreover, he revered the high priest Honen, and studied under his student Shoku.
  870. Moreover, he sails to Oniga-shima Island and subdues even the inhabitants there.
  871. Moreover, he selected 30 to 40 kinds of 'Shin Kabuki Juhachi Ban' (18 programs of new Kabuki) including many favorite arts of his, by supplementing his father's (the seventh) 18 kinds of 'Kabuki Juhachi Ban.'
  872. Moreover, he served Hideyoshi as an aide at the same time so that he was in charge as the bugyo (administrator) of land surveys and so on, as implemented at the order of Hideyoshi.
  873. Moreover, he served in Miumaya no tsukasa, where he managed cows and horses in the palace.
  874. Moreover, he showed his obsession with sound effects and acoustics in this film.
  875. Moreover, he successively assumed the posts of the Minister of Finance and the Minister of the Imperial Household under the Ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code).
  876. Moreover, he successively hold important posts in Chiba, Nagano and Aomori Prefecture.
  877. Moreover, he taught Western painting techniques to Naotake ODANO who was the feudal retainer of the Akita clan.
  878. Moreover, he tested all kinds of glazes and designs, never losing his creative drive until his death.
  879. Moreover, he thought Kikugoro and Sadanji were on Danjuro's side so he stayed back stage without greeting them when he came to the theater.
  880. Moreover, he took in his grandchild, Makibashira, together with his eldest daughter, who later married Hotaru Hyobukyo no Miya; unfortunately, they did not get along and so the family was unhappy.
  881. Moreover, he took the post as Udaijin, however, he also resigned the post shortly after that.
  882. Moreover, he underwent an ascetic trial of hardship on the peak of Mt. Rai (Thunder Mountain) in Tsukushi province.
  883. Moreover, he used a graphic stage effects aiming at new Kabuki which influenced Sadanori SUDO and Otojiro KAWAKAMI.
  884. Moreover, he used the Kumanosho-jo Castle, the Kiyama-jo Castle and the Aitoji-jo Castle as branch castles and appointed his family vassal such as his brother Tonomonosuke KONISHI and Yaheiji YUKI to a keeper of the Kumanosho-jo Castle and the Aitoji-jo Castle, respectively.
  885. Moreover, he was a filmmaker who worked best with Kenichi ENOMOTO.
  886. Moreover, he was active at poetry circles in the In (the Imperial palace).
  887. Moreover, he was also Tsubura no Oomi written as 円大臣 in Japanese.
  888. Moreover, he was also a well-educated person and wrote "Rekidaijoryaku" (a book about chinese history).
  889. Moreover, he was demoted to Tosa no kami (Governor of Tosa Province) due to a false accusation made by FUJIWARA no Nakamaro.
  890. Moreover, he was engaged in raising expenses due to the Seinan War and in the financial administration afterwards.
  891. Moreover, he was granted properties bearing 20,000 koku (equivalent to 50,000 koku when converted into Chigyo daka [a stipend in terms of rice production of the fief] as custodian of rice working in the castle of tenryo [a shogunal demesne,] and finally received a social status of 350,000 koku.
  892. Moreover, he was highly interested in Noh, which in those days was just becoming known, and there are written records that Hosei of the Sarugaku Troupe gave performances and taught at the Ouchi manor.
  893. Moreover, he was often invited by Kamakura bakufu and left the capital to Kamakura to bring Sanetomo, who has became the third shogun, together with FUJIWARA no Teika(Sadaie) and KAMO no Chomei.
  894. Moreover, he was on intimate friendship with Hakuseki ARAI, Sorai OGYU and others.
  895. Moreover, he was promoted to Juichii in 1476.
  896. Moreover, he was promoted to Sakone no daisho (Major Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards) the next year.
  897. Moreover, he was quite a studious man, well grounded in calligraphic works and paintings, and in antiques, and a man of culture having a rich stock of topics for conversation.
  898. Moreover, he was relied on by Sadamichi TSUCHIMIKADO who was a political enemy of Michiie because of his broad knowledge, so that he served as a liaison bridge between Sadamichi and Sekkan-ke (the families which produced regents and advisers).
  899. Moreover, he was selected as Ieyasu's page, and given Iinoya, which was a former Ii clan territory.
  900. Moreover, he was single all his life without caring for earthly affairs he devoted his whole life to writing books on the study of Japanese classical culture, making maximum effort to learn it more with his heart and soul.
  901. Moreover, he was the lyricist of Entenraku Imayo (a piece of Gagaku, traditional form of music in Japan), which is seen in textbooks.
  902. Moreover, he was valued and married to a daughter of OE no Hiromoto, Mandokoro betto (Director of the Administrative Board) of Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  903. Moreover, he went into politics.
  904. Moreover, he worked hard to reclaim the Sea of Ariake to increase revenue.
  905. Moreover, he wrote not only a natural science but also "Seiyo Doryoko" which was about Western scales and measures in Dutch, "Oran Shiryakuko" which was about Dutch history and geography, and "Kohi Setsu" which introduced a coffee.
  906. Moreover, he wrote pornographic books under the pen name Furai Sanjin, such as, "Nagamakura shitone gassen" and "Naemara initsuden," which have been recognized as masterpieces by later generations.
  907. Moreover, her role as Katyusha in the play "Resurrection (novel)" (written by Lev Tolstoj, translated by Shimamura) made a huge hit and she became a popular actress.
  908. Moreover, himin was divided into five classes (five lowly castes of the ritsuryo system) i.e. ryoko (imperial tomb guard), kanko (slaves to public ministries), kenin, kunuhi (government-owned slave), and shinuhi (privately-owned slave).
  909. Moreover, his "Hokusansho" on court ceremonials, which seems to have been written after he retired, is a valuable historical source that shows the details of ceremonies and regular annual events at court during the Regency period.
  910. Moreover, his book collection and manuscripts were all burned during the Great Tokyo Air Raids.
  911. Moreover, his jiuta pieces show the influence or application of the fushimawashi (melody) of Heikyoku, although this is not limited to Yoshizawa.
  912. Moreover, his legitimate son, Sado KAWAKAMI was burned at the stake for being a Christian.
  913. Moreover, his mother, i.e. an older sister of Yozaemon KUNITOMO (a vassal of Keijun MIYABE) is said to have been from Kunitomo Village, Sakata District (a leading gun producing district at that time, present-day Kunitomo Town, Nagahama City) near Miyabe Village and Mikawa Village.
  914. Moreover, his name also appears in "Shugai Sanjuroku Kasen" (36 Poems Outside of the Collection) selected by Emperor Gomizuo.
  915. Moreover, his reputation as a literatus meant there were some, like OE no Otondo, who in fact went as far as visiting him at his private residence to request lessons (as recorded in the "Fuso Rakuki," or Abridged History of Japan).
  916. Moreover, his rule was unstable due to peasant uprisings which took place in his territory.
  917. Moreover, his skill in Noh chant was full proficiency; he even gave lessons to Roppeita KITA.
  918. Moreover, his way of teaching was simple and exact.
  919. Moreover, his wife Sachi is in some cases called Mrs. Kyoshika.
  920. Moreover, hoshi-imo is an excellent alkaline food with a virtue of keeping the bowels in good condition, containing various nutrients.
  921. Moreover, human bones excavated from the Shinpo site located in Kobe City in the Setouchi region also showed some Jomon characteristics.
  922. Moreover, if someone of Satsuma or Choshu had been involved, those of Dohi (the Tosa and Hizen Domains), who wanted to weaken the influence of Saccho (the Satsuma and Choshu Domains), would not have just looked on it with their arms folded..
  923. Moreover, imitating wafuku, fabric for western clothes also have units such as single haba (single width) or yard haba (cloth one yard wide) that are equivalent to 71 cm, and double of those called double haba (double width), which is equivalent to approximately 142 cm (sometimes this is called ohaba).
  924. Moreover, in "Azuma Kagami" (The Mirror of the East), the author of the book indicated in his writings that Yoshitsune fought at Hiyodorigoe.
  925. Moreover, in "Theory of sweet potato," the story of a sweet potato ronin in the next village Takeishi-son Village of Makuhari (present Hanamigawa-ku Ward, Chiba City) was mentioned as the person who spread the cultivation method of sweet potatos.
  926. Moreover, in 1156 he was raised to Shoshiinoge, and as such, he moved up the promotional ladder with exceptional speed ("Heihanki" (Diary of TAIRA no Nobunori)).
  927. Moreover, in 1228, it was reported to Kamakura that Tomohiro YUKI and Taro ASARI had beheaded a Wakamiya Zen priest in Shirakawasekifukurotsuji in the mistaken belief that he was Kugyo, who was planning a rebellion.
  928. Moreover, in 1257, Kinmoto was promoted to Naidaijin, and his younger brother was promoted to Udaijin.
  929. Moreover, in 1317, he was appointed as Udaijin but resigned his position.
  930. Moreover, in 1593 another biological son, Hideyori, was born to Hideyoshi, and the conflict between Hideyoshi and Hidetsugu became definitely serious.
  931. Moreover, in 1681 he was promoted to Naidaijin (minister), and was assigned to naiben (a kugyo who supervised many matters inside Jomei Gate at sechie (Imperial Court Ceremony)) of Toka no sechie (Imperial Court Ceremony) in 1682.
  932. Moreover, in 1684, he rose to Sangi (Royal Adviser), and then Sadaiben (Major Controller of the Left), which both fell under Shosiinojo (Senior Fourth Rank, Upper Rank), and this promotion meant he became Kugyo.
  933. Moreover, in 1799 Imperial Prince (monk-prince) Shogoinnomiya Michihito issued a statement to the Emperor regarding En no gyoja go-onki (1,100th anniversary of the death of En no gyoja).
  934. Moreover, in 1857, he received an incentive award especially for the effectiveness of his medical treatment and was given the government post of the Oribe no kami (Governor of Oribe Province) as well as the Mutsu no kami concurrently.
  935. Moreover, in 1884, he purchased the Kosaka Mine (Akita Prefecture) from the government and, by focusing on technical innovation, had turned it into Japan's most productive copper and silver mine by the early 1900s.
  936. Moreover, in 1886, after he chanced on a piece of Ukiyoe by Eisen KEISAI in "Paris Illustre," a magazine published in Paris, he painted a picture entitled 'The Prostitute' in 1887.
  937. Moreover, in 1907 he established the Japan Steel Corporation--said to be the first Japanese company to accept foreign (British) capital--and contributed greatly to the colliery and railway industries in Hokkaido.
  938. Moreover, in 1907, in cooperation with Kanji Maruoka's Publishing Association of the Kanze-School Revised Editions (the present Nohgakushorin), they published their own revised Utai-bon (chant book), which was clearly different from the previous books.
  939. Moreover, in 1953 the Correspondence Division was created as the only regular course among Buddhist universities in Kansai.
  940. Moreover, in 1962, his first period drama 'Seppuku' by Shinobu HASHIMOTO's, which he himself described as 'the densest among my films' received a Jury Special Prize at the Cannes International Film Festival.
  941. Moreover, in 1973, the original of Kasho used by a group including 石染典, a Sogdian merchant, in 732 was found in the 509th tomb in the Astana Cave in Turpan.
  942. Moreover, in 1989, Kawagoe City was designated as an organization administering a historical site.
  943. Moreover, in 760, Nakamaro became the Taishi (Daijo-daijin [Grand Minister of State]) and lived luxuriously and prosperously.
  944. Moreover, in 780, he gave out the command to use the Umakai styled guard.
  945. Moreover, in 970, he reached Sadaijin (Minister of the Left), which was the peak of his career, but he passed away in the same year.
  946. Moreover, in China since the 1990s as part of the Chinese Tripitaka project, which will be published in the Western style, Bstan-hgyur (including many manuscripts and editions of past times) has been edited.
  947. Moreover, in July 1615, after the Siege of Osaka, Hidetada TOKUGAWA, the second seii taishogun, issued the Buke Shohatto (Laws for the Military Houses), which essentially prohibited construction of new castles.
  948. Moreover, in Konoike, Itami City, Hyogo Prefecture, there stands 'Konoike inari shihi,' a stone monument showing the legend of 'the birth place of seishu' which was a cultural property designated by Itami City.
  949. Moreover, in Makuhari where the sweet potatoes were made for trial purposes, Konyo Shrine was built, and Konyo was enshrined as the God of potatoes.
  950. Moreover, in March of the same year as the bloodshed incident of Naganori ASANO, he went downward to Edo with Sukekado YANAGIWARA and Yasuharu TAKANO, who were messengers of the emperor.
  951. Moreover, in Nagasaki pigs and chickens had been commonly used in cooking for a while and it is clear the law was not pervasive.
  952. Moreover, in Nara Park, the deer are often seen to cross the road and hinder the traffic, or to get into the houses or premises in the neighborhood.
  953. Moreover, in Nishi Kyogoku in Ukyo Ward, there is a temple called the Sensho-ji Temple, and the epitaph saying "Last place of HATA no Kawatsu" is found in the neighborhood.
  954. Moreover, in Northern Song Period in China, So KI issued the prohibition of meat-eating in 1102.
  955. Moreover, in Okinawa Prefecture people usually add oil in miso soup when they cook it, and also when there is no meat in miso soup, they add lard or margarine.
  956. Moreover, in Sendai City Koriyama Junior High School which is in the Koriyama Ruins zone there is a data room which reproduces the remains on the first floor (which is 1.5m higher than the ground level, but the room is usually closed with no visitors allowed.
  957. Moreover, in September, 1856, preparation fee for marriage into the Arisugawanomiya family was granted.
  958. Moreover, in Settsu Region, in the case of southern Osaka City, eastern Osaka City, Kobe City and in the areas between Osaka and Kobe, danjiri decorations, the way it is pulled and danjiri bayashi are emphasized.
  959. Moreover, in South Korea, Udon is sometimes used to treat guests in the midst of or after ceremonial events, such as weddings, birthdays, sixtieth birthday.
  960. Moreover, in Vol. 29 of "Bussotoki," which is a text of the Chinese Tendai sect, there is the description, 'Monju lives in Zhongnan Shan now and it is a priest Tojun,' which means that Tojun, a founder of the Chinese Kegon sect, was regarded as a reincarnation of Monju Bosatsu.
  961. Moreover, in a broader sense, Macha is also included.
  962. Moreover, in actual legal proceedings, agreement of settlement out of court or without arbitrator, or pursuance of trial was impossible without arbitrator called kujiyado or kujishi that was well informed about legal proceedings.
  963. Moreover, in addition to this 'Kamoin Yoshichika,' there was a rumor that a former Kenin (retainer) of Yoshichika had seen him in Kumano area, and there was a strong belief that he was alive.
  964. Moreover, in an opposite manner to warm shochu, shochu refrigerated or cooled down by ice are drunk.
  965. Moreover, in ancient Japan women were believed to be sacred persons who were generally haunted spirits, so that women were thought to have many qualifications for being enshrined as god, as represented by Himiko.
  966. Moreover, in ancient times mountain areas were thought to be dangerous places where the evil spirits of the mountains and rivers lived.
  967. Moreover, in both Raju's and Genjo's translations, 'Hannya Haramitsu (Hannya Haramita),' 'Sariputra,' '阿耨多羅三藐三菩提,' 'Bosatsu (菩提薩&amp22517)' and the last 'shu' were not translated into Chinese and showed transcriptions of Sanskrit without changes.
  968. Moreover, in compiling seishi the most common sources are the records left by the chroniclers of the preceding dynasty, and it is likely that these records were edited as they were often written in order to excise anything that reflected poorly on the dynasty and can exaggerate the dynasty's good points.
  969. Moreover, in dancing he was a virtuoso unrivalled in his generation, and gave many outstanding performances including in "Tsuchigumo," "Ibaragi" and "Sekinoto."
  970. Moreover, in foreign countries the bow string is usually pulled back as far as the archer's neck, in Japanese Kyujutsu it is pulled all the way back to the archer's ear..
  971. Moreover, in iaido (the art of drawing the Japanese sword) and jodo (a form of martial art using a cane staff) the regular iai form of the All Japan Kendo Federation Iai and the regular jodo form of the All Japan Kendo Federation Jodo are provided respectively, and for both of them the forms of each school are also called koryu.
  972. Moreover, in modern Noh, musicians other than Noh occasionally join the performance for background music (In the Noh play "garasha", Christian hymns and pipe organs, etc are used).
  973. Moreover, in one area within southern Osaka, a high-speed spinning called 'bunmawashi' has become quite a sight, in which the rear wheels of the danjiri are raised at an intersection, and then the danjiri is forcefully spun to the left and to the right from that position.
  974. Moreover, in order to adjust it, some of them are equipped with a "okoge button," "okoge mode," etc.
  975. Moreover, in order to avoid being confused with a person of the same name but of a different generation, the master's family name might be prefixed to the original nyobona of a nyobo who shared a name with another family's nyobo or who had made their name as a poet or a novelist.
  976. Moreover, in order to avoid intervention by the Qing dynasty, Japan negotiated with the government officials of that state many times in advance.
  977. Moreover, in order to break the record, research on shooting methods and tools, and improvements were continuing.
  978. Moreover, in order to express gratitude for the prevalence of the true dharma (正法), the pictures of Shinran, the founder of the sect, Prince Shotoku, seven high priests and successive monshus (Hongwan-ji-ha head priests) are placed.
  979. Moreover, in order to refuse a certain right to judge criminal cases of the rulers, people of the soson needed to exercise their own.
  980. Moreover, in order to supplement the defects of written materials (historical science) which are apt to be reflected by artificial intent, gisho have also been verified with archeological materials.
  981. Moreover, in recent years the disordered proliferation of Moso-chiku (Phyllostachys edulis) due to the lack of control converts the deciduous forests and broad-leaf forests into bamboo forests, and the damages caused by bamboo invasion can not be ignored in the habitat of Satoyama.
  982. Moreover, in recent years, there is a theory that says the Crown Prince overcame the opposition of Yoshitsugu and others who supported Imperial Prince Yamanobe (later Emperor Kammu) and enthroned Imperial Prince Osabe.
  983. Moreover, in regard to the K-Limited Express that starts from Kisaichi Station and directly connects with the Keihan Katano Line, a nickname was requested from the public and 'Orihime' was chosen.
  984. Moreover, in revengeful ghost plays, he kept running away from ghosts joining his hands in prayer instead of dancing, and this performance was praised.
  985. Moreover, in some cases a section of a street has a different street name, such as Nawate-dori Street of Yamatooji-dori Street.
  986. Moreover, in some cases the men dance with hachimaki (headbands) on their heads and inro (small decorative cases) suspended from their waists.
  987. Moreover, in spite of the fact that Emperor Godaigo was of the branch line, he tried to occupy the Imperial line using his descendants, and shut the every door of the path to the throne by Imperial Prince Yasuhito.
  988. Moreover, in the Emperor's Cup All-Japan Soccer Championship Tournament, the team defeated Kashima Antlers which would have won its tenth title, and brought the first title to a team based in Kansai after the J. League had been established.
  989. Moreover, in the Japanese (and east Asian) society before modern times that premised absoluteness of domination and order by governors, it gave an effect to deny people's right to ask for trial and to confirm that governors had no obligation to give people a legal protection.
  990. Moreover, in the Kamakura period, Japan was at a turning point, and the attacks of Mongolia, for example, made the society unstable.
  991. Moreover, in the Kansai district Jizo Bon is held as a children's festival.
  992. Moreover, in the Sengoku period (period of warring states) of Japan, there was a case that kujida was set up to collect only kuji.
  993. Moreover, in the Taisho period and the Showa period items and utensils used in the tea ceremony were evaluated as art work and tea spread and became a word associated with showing the beauty of form and shape.
  994. Moreover, in the battle at Kami-Goryo-sha Shrine, he joined forces with Yoshinari to defeat Masanaga.
  995. Moreover, in the case of army headquarters sonae, the cavalry guarding the daimyo was called umamawari (horse guards), and it was the most elite cadre within the cavalry.
  996. Moreover, in the creation of "Doraemon" Dorayaki appears written in different ways.
  997. Moreover, in the field of literary work, Tenyu wrote the book Inritsu (引律) by adding his opinion to the book of astronomy (the book of Kyurigaku) titled 'Rekishoshinsho' written by John KEIL and translated by Tadao SHITSUKI.
  998. Moreover, in the field of this newly risen senryu, the range of its expression became wider and covered almost all human feelings by being linked with a proletarian point of view and by producing a pure poetic style.
  999. Moreover, in the following year, he came to exercise dictatorship over the people, not approving a direct appeal (to a senior official without going through the normal formalities) for the lawsuit for which Sadatoki himself had already given a decision, which was not seen in the Tokuso administration.
  1000. Moreover, in the journals of Kinhira SAIONJI, who was an influential person in the Kamakura period, Imperial Prince Fushiminomiya Sadafusa in the Muromachi period, and Tokitsugu YAMASHINA in the Sengoku Period (period of warring states) the board Sugoroku was also described.

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