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  1. Moreover, in the letter which Togai sent to Sensaemon NAMIKAWA in April, 1703, there was news about Kurobei ONO (who was known as a disloyalty retainer of the Genroku Ako Incident) and Goemon ITO's brothers.
  2. Moreover, in the meantime, Yoshihide couldn't enter into Kyoto and stayed in Settsu Province even after getting the Imperial proclamation to become Shogun.
  3. Moreover, in the negotiation process, the Furukawa side insisted that in 1953 when they had paid for the land improvement, they had made a final composition with the condition that the victims abandoned every right to demand money after that.
  4. Moreover, in the oratory of a shrine, a bell sounds in order to attract the attention of a deity.
  5. Moreover, in the original, the curtain falls when Tokube walks by and picks up Danshichi's setta.
  6. Moreover, in the regulation of land-tax which was established later replacing the regulation of land-tax reform, the provision, in which the intention of lowering the tax rate was stated, had been deleted by the government.
  7. Moreover, in the story of revenge by Kumawakamaru, a son of Suketomo HINO in Taiheiki, the scene whereby the practitioner escapes from the pursuer by boat while praying for Myoo is an homage of the part, 'It brings to the opposite share over sea by the boat of Buddhism (大法).'
  8. Moreover, in the text that is said to be a translation by Genjo there are more than 10 differences in words depending on the edition, examples of which are as follows:
  9. Moreover, in the third volume of "Kagero Diary" (a classical piece of Japanese literature, diary literature), there is a description that 'Despite heavy rain, I visited a shrine to pray for sunshine tomorrow.
  10. Moreover, in this document, Tsunekiyo was treated on an equal basis with FUJIWARA no Tokisada, who resided in Mutsu Province around the time and later became Gon no kami (a provisional governor).
  11. Moreover, in those days, Yuan officials rigorously restricted entry or departure of the port, regarding any Japanese ship, which entered Neiha city (Mingzhou, later Ningbo), as a pirate ship after the Wako Incident from 1335 to 1336.
  12. Moreover, in view of her distinguished services of bringing up Princess Kazunomiya, she was awarded Senior Fifth Rank by the Imperial Court after her death.
  13. Moreover, including Yoshimoto NIJO, they also managed to come into contact with the court noble society in Kyoto, absorbed the culture of these upper classes, and refined their Sarugaku to become more elegant.
  14. Moreover, inflation (price revolution) on a global scale broke out following the discovery of the New World.
  15. Moreover, instead of the architectural style influenced by the continent culture, which is observed in the Buddhist temples and statues of Buddha built in the Asuka and Nara period, "Wayo Architecture" incorporating original Japanese elements appeared.
  16. Moreover, interaction between Japanese and Yuan Zen monks flourished in those days.
  17. Moreover, it also included large-scale provisions transporters which oversaw other sonae in addition to the army headquarters sonae (it is omitted in Figure 3, but there exist a jinbabugyo (camp commissioner) and a commissioner managing the temporary quarters construction in Ieyasu's army headquarters sonae).
  18. Moreover, it also includes poems concerning his seeking after truth in Buddhism, and poems about his indulging in sensual pleasures, so the collection has a variety of unusual poems as the title suggests.
  19. Moreover, it also served as a residence.
  20. Moreover, it also served as an incubator for the elites in the pre-war society, and it was an institution that supported the foundation of social system at the time.
  21. Moreover, it can be said that those techniques of juicing moromi (raw unrefined sake) by hanging in filtering cloths and skimming supernatant were the same as those of present.
  22. Moreover, it devotes many of its pages to the statement about how the text of The Tale of Genji was handed down in the Heian period when the contemporary manuscripts did not exist and only the direct and fragmentary materials were extant.
  23. Moreover, it got Tatsuya MASUSHIMA, who had been on loan, on a permanent deal.
  24. Moreover, it has been attracting attention as a tumulus in the formation period of a large keyhole-shaped mound.
  25. Moreover, it has been confirmed that Hashihaka-kofun Tumulus was built at the beginning of the first half of the Kofun period (in the middle of the third century).
  26. Moreover, it has been discussed in many ways concerning the reason for the differences from the Expelling edict of Five Articles and the meaning of two documents ever since the latter Memorandum of Eleven Articles was discovered.
  27. Moreover, it has been incorporated into rogation and folkways in various forms.
  28. Moreover, it has been known that there was 'Yusa, the Governor of Kawachi Province' who joined Yoshizumi's force and killed himself.
  29. Moreover, it has mutually affected Minyo and Shomyo, and the Japanese original style has been created.
  30. Moreover, it is also called semuisha (施無畏者), the person who gives one a fearless mind, or guse daishi (救世大士), who can relieve this world.
  31. Moreover, it is also said that there was a dragon and Iwazononiimasu-takumushitama-jinja Shrine (Yamatotakada City) was located at its head and Nagao-jinja Shrine at its tail.
  32. Moreover, it is assumed that it was pulled up to the ceiling after being drawn completely on the floor.
  33. Moreover, it is believed that 'drawing face parts' on teru teru bozu brings rain.
  34. Moreover, it is believed that there were quite a lot of merchants who came from Ise in Edo.
  35. Moreover, it is considered that the concept of bakufu did not appear until after 1887.
  36. Moreover, it is difficult to think that Omi-Ryo contained the provision on the imperial succession.
  37. Moreover, it is held on the days of an event, such as mushiokuri (making a torch procession to drive away crop-eating insects), kazeokuri (sending a doll from person to person to drive away the common cold), yakuyoke (warding off evil) and amagoi (praying for rain).
  38. Moreover, it is linked to the Digital Archives Project.
  39. Moreover, it is not known how the text was selected among the manuscripts.
  40. Moreover, it is permissible for those who are related to the Doshisha to have wedding ceremonies there on weekends.
  41. Moreover, it is pointed out that some Kodai Sanjo castles, like Ito Castle, had a relationship with Chinese fortresses.
  42. Moreover, it is possible to recap them and, in the case of 190 g cylindrical bottles, shrink technology is adopted to prevent heat transfer, which allows them to be comfortably held.
  43. Moreover, it is presumed that the law code had been compiled during Oei (1394 to 1427), Bunan (1444 to 1448), and the Choroku (1457 to 1461) era.
  44. Moreover, it is reported that a tea-ceremony room was set up on the burial mound under the rule of the Oda clan.
  45. Moreover, it is said that Fudo Myoo in Nichiren's mandala shows that the sufferings of birth and death are nirvana, while Aizen Myoo shows that the idea that earthly desires are a pure aspiration to enlightenment.
  46. Moreover, it is said that Fudo Myoo in the Mandala of Nichiren sects shows the idea that the sufferings of birth and death are nirvana while Aizen Myoo shows the idea that earthly desires are a pure aspiration to enlightenment.
  47. Moreover, it is said that Tadayoshi tried to ensure his authority in decision making by gathering bushi (group of warriors) supporting him to the Naidankata, aiming to keep Moronao in check.
  48. Moreover, it is said that a sophisticated Zen priest, Sojun IKKYU, was the illegitimate child of Emperor Gokomatsu.
  49. Moreover, it is said that even Gombei YAMAMOTO, who was famous for his dauntless courage, could not express his opinion to him freely.
  50. Moreover, it is said that he strongly warned himself against political participation, so while he was serving as the Grand Chamberlain, he refrained himself from talking in nonpublic occasions with his real younger brother Kinmochi SAIONJI, who became working in the political world.
  51. Moreover, it is said that he transferred the family estate to his son Takayasu in the previous year.
  52. Moreover, it is said that he was conveniently named 'Yoshitsugu' in later years not to be mixed up with Yoshinao SATAKE, the family head of the Eastern House of Satake.
  53. Moreover, it is said that on March 18, 945, Kannon (Deity of Mercy) stood by Kinmasa's bed and said 'if you eat the blue, red, and black seaweeds available off this island, you will be healthy, fortunate, and earn Buddhahood in after life.'
  54. Moreover, it is said that the ordinances of animal protection added to the misery of these tragic scenes.
  55. Moreover, it is shown in transcript as Manjushiri and is translated as Myokichijo, Myotoku (Myodoku, 妙徳) or Myoshu (妙首).
  56. Moreover, it is sometimes held as a participatory ceremony when the remains of the deceased are buried following cremation.
  57. Moreover, it is sometimes used even for spring, fall and winter clothes because of its high formality.
  58. Moreover, it is structurally impossible to completely tie the mae-migoro (front main panel), thus it is characterized by a cord used to tie in the front.
  59. Moreover, it is thought that the political situation surrounding Hirotsune, such as the expansion of power of FUJIWARA no Chikamasa, a relative of the Heike by marriage, forced Hirotsune to defeat the Heike.
  60. Moreover, it is unclear whether the interrogation itself was conducted, unable to confirm from documents.
  61. Moreover, it is used in scenes when a ghost appears or to abstractly express an original impossible sound.
  62. Moreover, it often stands on an ogre called Jaki (邪鬼).
  63. Moreover, it promoted the Land-Tax Reform project by dispatching officials to various parts of country and giving direct commands and instructions on survey and land value calculation.
  64. Moreover, it shows sympathy for the losers, Sutoku and Yorinaga, including Tametomo's father MINAMOTO no Tameyoshi, and this perspective on the losers can be said to be a theme in this work.
  65. Moreover, it sometimes indicates a partner in business.
  66. Moreover, it subordinates devils such as Yasha (a class of semi-divinity that is usually considered to be of a benevolent and inoffensive disposition but is sometimes also classified with malignant spirits) and Rasetsu (Rakshasa).
  67. Moreover, it sympathetically describes his lamentation at the death of Yorinaga and the exile of his grandchildren.
  68. Moreover, it turns out that the person who stole money from Shinsuke in the first place was his foster mother Okuma.
  69. Moreover, it was also mentioned that he was killed because he wished for the independency of the Kanto region rather than defeating the government led by the Taira clan.
  70. Moreover, it was before the Medieval period when the naming of yujo was common.
  71. Moreover, it was exhibited in the special exhibitions 'Saigoku Sanjusankasho' (the 33 temples that are visited during the Kansai Kannon Pilgrimage) that were held at Nara National Museum and Nagoya City Museum from August to November 2008.
  72. Moreover, it was located on an important ground transportation route for rice running from eastern Harima Province, where good rice for brewing sake was grown, to Nishinomiya-cho, Muko-gun, Settsu Province, which was the center of brewing.
  73. Moreover, it was originally intended to be classified into two levels to avoid complication, but low-concentrated coffee in bottles came to be included and it was expanded in scope to three classes.
  74. Moreover, it was reflection of Tomoito's intention that capable employees of Sumitomo were sent abroad to study.
  75. Moreover, it was revealed that Masamichi illegally collected goyokin (the money the Edo bakufu charged temporarily on farmers and merchants) as much as 110,000 ryo in total due to the clan's financial problems and his own spending and he was dismissed on January 26, 1786.
  76. Moreover, it was said that Yoshinaga MATSUDAIRA evaluated Iesada as "He was the lowest grade among all mediocre people."
  77. Moreover, it was taken in celebration of longevity and it continued until the early Muromachi period.
  78. Moreover, it was the easiest way to earn cash income for farmers in recent times to collect firewood and mushrooms in Satoyama by making use of their spare time.
  79. Moreover, it was the formal attire for Tayu (geisha of the highest rank) of certain yukaku (a red-light district) such as Yoshiwara, Edo (Tokyo Metropolis), and Shimabara, Kyoto, too.
  80. Moreover, it wasn't until all imports were stopped, because of World War I, that they could successfully make special steel parts such as axles.
  81. Moreover, it's sometimes difficult to determine whether the difference in commercial value is because of the difference in age or the difference in species.
  82. Moreover, it's the center of Vajradhatumandala Gochi-nyorai (Five Wisdom nyorai, or Tathagatas), which the Kongocho-kyo sutra describes.
  83. Moreover, it's the tourists and business travelers outside the Kansai area to whom the local aviation industry now promotes the use of the airplane, because the characteristics of the airplane can't be used if only people within the Kansai area are targeted by the promotion.
  84. Moreover, its corridor-style stone chamber is 28.4 meters in total length, ranking first in size across the country.
  85. Moreover, its original roof was found not to have been a cypress bark roof but a shingle roof.
  86. Moreover, jiutai intentionally adopts a heterophony such that the pitch of the voice for each individual is changed.
  87. Moreover, just as with simple rice cakes, they are cut into a four-sided shape after being stretched, and kusamochi is often eaten toasted or cooked as an ingredient of zoni (a vegetable soup containing pieces of rice cake) or zenzai (sweet adzuki-bean soup containing pieces of rice cake).
  88. Moreover, katsudon in Yamanashi Prefecture and Niigata Prefecture refers to katsudon in which shredded cabbage is spread beneath the cutlet seasoned with Worcestershire sauce.
  89. Moreover, light literary works such as "Ugetsu Monogatari" (Tales of Moon and Rain) can be included, too.
  90. Moreover, literary works and styles before the modern times are sometimes called monogatari to differentiate from modern novels.
  91. Moreover, local lords who had cooperated with the Ikko Ikki were attacked one after another by the Ikki itself and Echizen became a country owned by the Ikko Ikki.
  92. Moreover, maihime (female religious dancers) and miko (shrine maidens) are not classified as shinshoku.
  93. Moreover, making a contract with the landholders of shoen and the kokushi (provincial governors) to pay them nengu from income, shugo virtually dominated the shoen and the territories of kokuga, which were called "shugo-uke" (the work undertaken by shugo).
  94. Moreover, maneki-neko as well as Daruma dolls are produced in the suburbs of Takasaki City, Gunma Prefecture, through the same process as that used to make Daruma dolls.
  95. Moreover, manuscripts that remain in Tibet and Nepal were also made in a subsequent age and their original forms aren't known, so it is suspected that they might be fake sutras.
  96. Moreover, many Sakaishu, including Dochin KITAMUKI, Sozui ASAINO, SEN no Rikyu, Sogyu TSUDA and Miyoshi clan, had been enlightened.
  97. Moreover, many drivers dislike the winding areas and slopes along the Keiji Bypass, so the Keiji Bypass doesn't fully perform its function as a bypass.
  98. Moreover, many jujutsu schools nowadays have their branch practice halls abroad.
  99. Moreover, many peasants live a harder life.
  100. Moreover, many people were thought to live there because many types of earthenware, including pieces with ink writing, were excavated from ditches.
  101. Moreover, many vassals in the Ukita family were believers of the Nichiren Sect of Buddhism, but because Gohime was Christian they were ordered by Hideie to convert to Christianity, which caused unrest in the family.
  102. Moreover, marrying TAIRA no Kiyomori's daughter, he had been promoted smoothly under the Taira-clan government.
  103. Moreover, military nobles of the likes of MINAMOTO no Mitsuyasu, who were close associates of Emperor Nijo, found themselves withdrawing from Nobuyori's side, who had become rebel forces.
  104. Moreover, military personnel such as Takamori SAIGO opposed the project, insisting that armaments should be strengthened first.
  105. Moreover, monetary awards to surviving combatants were discontinued after 1940 in order to enhance Japan's war effort, and thereafter such payments were only made on behalf of slain soldiers who had served with distinction.
  106. Moreover, more than half of the secured lands along the route between Ryuanji Station and Tojiin Station are wide enough for double-tracking.
  107. Moreover, most authors of books related to the battle mainly used these numbers to explain the battle, and this section has also followed this tradition to explain the progress of the battle.
  108. Moreover, most corporate taxis use fender mirrors.
  109. Moreover, new Kanrei Yoshimoto was absorbed in self-protection, and he made Ikko Ikki (an uprising of Ikko sect followers) of rival religion attack Kenpon-ji Temple in Izumi Province with an attempt to debilitate the Miyoshi clan which was the strongest hikan (low-level bureaucrat) of Harumoto's army.
  110. Moreover, noted in the same book on July 29, 719 is mention of an a predecessor of a 'sumo organization' and mention of establishment of a spin-off organization is seen around this time.
  111. Moreover, now, as a signal that the Noh play is starting, "a musical note (Oshirabe)" is performed by the Noh musical band in "Mirror Room (Kagami-no-ma) " located in the back of the bridge leading to the stage.
  112. Moreover, numbers of famous swords went abroad.
  113. Moreover, old roof-tiles in the Asuka period and the Nara period were partially applied to the roof covering the present hall.
  114. Moreover, on April 8, 766 or February 21 on the old calendar, 20 towns of Kuden (rice fields given to those who did meritorious deeds for the state) and the right of land for generations were given to him.
  115. Moreover, on August 2, Okubo requested that Omura be dismissed.
  116. Moreover, on December 14, he assumed Jugoinoge, Shima no kami.
  117. Moreover, on January 2, 1924, the company reinstated its film distribution to the reconstructed theater, 'Asakusa Daitokyo,' resuming with "Kyofu no Yasha" (The Dreaded Yasha) co-directed by Shozo MAKINO and Koroku NUMATA.
  118. Moreover, on November 13, 2005, a monument thought to be SOGA no Iruka was excavated in Nara Prefecture Asuka-mura Village.
  119. Moreover, on the railway diagram (in case of Obaku Station) it isn't officially figured as a transfer station.
  120. Moreover, on the request of the Shogunal Deputy Masamoto HOSOKAWA, he adopted his youngest son Sumiyuki HOSOKAWA.
  121. Moreover, once the rebellion was over the Akita Junibayashi kama kiln and the Aomori Goshogawara kama kiln were built in succession from the end of the ninth century to the tenth century in the regions where people fought against the central government.
  122. Moreover, one of his daughters married to Imperial Prince Hisaaki, who was the eighth Shogun of Kamakura bakufu, and had a son, Imperial Prince Hisanaga.
  123. Moreover, one of the reasons for setting the system of night duty at schools was to protect the goshin-ei portrait.
  124. Moreover, one old manuscript of January to March, 1132 exists in the Kyoto University library.
  125. Moreover, one theory has it that Yoritsuna, who was believed to be the first child of Yorinori, was thought to be same person as Yoritsuna (TADA no Yoritsuna) who was the fifth son of Yorinori's nephew Yorikuni, and Tadasho was transferred from Mitsunaka to Yorinori and then succeeded by his child Yoritsuna.
  126. Moreover, one theory says that he joined the attack on Suemori-jo Castle in Noto Province by Narimasa SASSA and was killed there in October 1584, but this was a different person called NONOMURA Mondo no sho.
  127. Moreover, one track for the inbound train and three tracks for the outbound train are laid as the station's main lines.
  128. Moreover, only female demons have horns, but not male ones.
  129. Moreover, ordinary through-tickets from each station of the Otsu Line to Yamashina with transfer at Misasagi aren't on sale and the fare to Yamashina isn't included in the fare table (the fare itself is set for passengers who have been carried beyond their destination).
  130. Moreover, originally the shugo were often selected from the powerful samurais in the local area, but the change was gradually made to select from the descents of the Ashikaga shogun family, the Fudai (hereditary vassals) or the meritorious retainer.
  131. Moreover, other policies were conducted, including hanzei and manor management in provinces, which shugo had control over.
  132. Moreover, other than types of railways mentioned above, there are some railways constructed on private properties not based on the Railway Business Act and the Act on Rail Tracks.
  133. Moreover, people living in shoen might be united to create a village community, such as soson (a community consisting of peasants' self-governing association), and confront the lord of the manor's side.
  134. Moreover, people who were personally subordinated to the imperial and the sekkan-ke families were granted kyumenden (tax free rice fields provided as salary), thereby becoming kugonin (purveyors to the imperial household) and thus creating shoen manors.
  135. Moreover, performers play this at the scene where the audience cannot expect, so kusuguri can be a technique giving an accent to the play.
  136. Moreover, periodical speech meetings were held at Ueno Seiyoken Restaurant, partly because many of them favored western dishes.
  137. Moreover, poet Ise's father was the governor of Ise Province, and poet Sagami's husband was the governor of Sagami Province.
  138. Moreover, political reform within country was radically promoted.
  139. Moreover, preparation of train schedules was entrusted to a British, W. F. Paye.
  140. Moreover, records from the mid-Tang Dynasty state that 'the people have become wealthy in the Jiangnan region because the peasants in this region are exempted from military service,' proving that the fubing system was not strictly enforced throughout the country.
  141. Moreover, reducing fat in this way is advantageous in that it can make the dish healthy.
  142. Moreover, rekido covered the same area as tenmondo (ancient horoscopy) and sando (study of mathematics), which prevented it from gaining popularity.
  143. Moreover, reportedly Shigenobu OKUMA, who was also in charge of finance of the new government at that time, did not understand what rail gauge was.
  144. Moreover, ritual enthronement was prepared by diarchy with two people, without going through the crown prince.
  145. Moreover, rulers could no longer issue a statute and regulation for a soson without consent.
  146. Moreover, she called Jishoin, her own granddaughter, in O-oku asked by Kasuga no tsubone as an adopted daughter of Kasuga no Tsubone and made her a concubine of Iemitsu (called Ofuri-no-kata).
  147. Moreover, she donated Shoro (a bell tower) to Myokenzan Yuten-ji Temple of Jodo sect.
  148. Moreover, she was banished from Heijo-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in current Nara) and Shikeshimaro was deported to Tosa Province.
  149. Moreover, shiki itself became mere tokubunken (the right to share of profits of each shiki) from the one indicating the class difference, and the cases that honke (head family) and ryoke held the shiki containing the feature of local lords and vice versa came to be seen.
  150. Moreover, shoingami produced at Makitani, Horado, Iwasa and Taniguchi (谷口) in Noshu is listed as quality articles.
  151. Moreover, simplified suo may be used as a costume in Noh plays and kyogen.
  152. Moreover, since Kofuku-ji Temple, which was assigned as Shugo (provincial constable) of the same province by the government, allowed Tokuseirei, it was enforced as an official order.
  153. Moreover, since Tsuya are suddenly conducted in many cases, some consider it important to take a positive attitude to attend the Tsuya (for instance, where only a work uniform is available when on the way home from work).
  154. Moreover, since Visnu as the sun god also has this synonym, it isn't considered to be the immediate origin.
  155. Moreover, since Yorinobu TOKUGAWA, the founder of the Kishu Tokugawa Family, and Yorifusa were brothers by the same mother (Yorinobu was the older), the Mito family had been considered to be a branch of the Kishu family for a while after its foundation.
  156. Moreover, since it was so popular and was often used for the plays depicting lovers' suicides, such incidents of lovers' suicides occurred frequently in Edo.
  157. Moreover, since many episodes such as Hokke Shichiyu (above) are included in the Hokke-kyo sutras, another theory guesses that it was made by a religious organization that had many believers.
  158. Moreover, since tenno is called 'The Emperor' in foreign countries, there is an example of 'name + Tenno' (for example, 'Hirohito Tenno' (the Emperor Hirohito) in the movie "The Last Emperor").
  159. Moreover, since the Meiji's new administration adopted the system of departments of state, the sekke was no longer appointed as regent or chief advisor to the Emperor.
  160. Moreover, since the kamakura bakufu (feudal government headed by a shogun) was established, vassals of Kamakura-dono (i.e. the lords of Kamakura) were called gokenin (御家人) with "御" prefixed to honor the lord.
  161. Moreover, since this way allows the archer to shoot the enemy immediately by employing this body pose on the battlefield, it is advantageous for the archer anchored in the frontal facing posture, to set up the bow.
  162. Moreover, singers with unique styles, such as Nezumi Senpai and Yu MIZUKI, have emerged.
  163. Moreover, small characters denote special performing.
  164. Moreover, small newspapers in the pioneer days had social influence and they occasionally acted aggressive, thus the word 'Haori coat yakuza' was used by the press reporters.
  165. Moreover, soccer started to be called 'shukyu' in Japanese when foreigners who came from Europe during the Meiji period and were seen having fun with the game in a foreigners' residential area, and it is said that at that time, Japanese people called it 'foreigner's kemari.'
  166. Moreover, softly boiled Chinese noodles are often served with soup broth in the Kansai region.
  167. Moreover, some Ekiben delicatessens sell the same commodity as Ekiben at a neighboring airport as Soraben (box lunch sold at airports).
  168. Moreover, some accounts say that ten members as nayashu (warehousing business) were consulting on court cases ("Shiranki").
  169. Moreover, some argue there is evidence that he was born in the Echigo region, because in some part of his work, the 'i sound' and 'e sound' were mixed, which was distinctive characteristics in the Echigo region dialect.
  170. Moreover, some contains lemon juice.
  171. Moreover, some dramas are written in the recent past or in recent years.
  172. Moreover, some figures are said to have belonged to the Tada clan, such as Nobuhisa KAWAI (also called Masaharu TADA), who was the boss of an uprising in Kaga Province (in the southern part of today's Ishikawa Prefecture) carried out by followers of the Ikko sect of Buddhism, and Harumasa TADA, who had a foothold at Uetsu-jo Castle, in Settsu Province.
  173. Moreover, some han bills were used as a form of furi-tegata (equivalent to a modern cheque), which were made from small thick Japanese paper to be circulated among the general public under the credibility of issuers (domains) or money-exchangers.
  174. Moreover, some have expressed disagreement with this idea because it could drive Osaka Monorail Co., Ltd., into a corner, which still needs to have its huge construction cost reimbursed.
  175. Moreover, some have very different names, such as 'Kiritsubo' in contrast to 'Tsubosenzai,' 'Sakaki' to 'Matsugaura Island,' 'Akashi' to 'Taking Passage by Boat Coastline,' and 'Otome' to 'Hikage.'
  176. Moreover, some intellectuals criticize the project side because they do not act to require abolishment or amendment against the festivals and places in which traditionally no men are admitted, as a contrary practice in Japan (such as Utaki (Okinawa)).
  177. Moreover, some local trains that are operated between Sasayamaguchi and Fukuchiyama after being connected with a rapid train that runs between Osaka and Sasayamaguchi.
  178. Moreover, some managers of restaurant blatantly insert the name of their hometown in that of their restaurants, such as Sushi Siam (Siam is an old name of Thailand) or Sushi Saigon.
  179. Moreover, some manufacturers have introduced machines for drying the sweet potato, aiming at mass production.
  180. Moreover, some of the other scapegoats the new government focused upon were in the domains of the Tohoku region, which had yet to clear their behavior.
  181. Moreover, some peculiar Noh plays by professionals are elaborate one-time performances without rehearsal.
  182. Moreover, some people entrusted their money to temples, which at that time were becoming fortified, and this money was also used as capital.
  183. Moreover, some people think this king was the king of a kingdom in the Kyushu region.
  184. Moreover, some say Gekkoin and Akifusa may already have been in a close relationship even while Ienobu was alive and well in the Sakurada Palace.
  185. Moreover, some say that the usage of 'National Buddhism' does not reflect the realities of ancient Buddhism; therefore, it is inadequate.
  186. Moreover, some scholars expressed the theory that traditional researchers were fundamentally wrong to identify the location of Ichinotani in their traditional explanation of the battle (local history researcher of Hyogo Prefecture, Nobuo UEMURA).
  187. Moreover, some temples use the letter of 'ki' (鬼) of 'Kishimojin' (鬼子母神)without the first stroke.
  188. Moreover, sometimes it happens that tickets for favored performances on the day are sold at premium prices.
  189. Moreover, species of paper nautilus which is similar to the blanket octopus are also drifting in the ocean, and the female of which secretes shells from its arms and wraps itself in the shell and incubates eggs in it.
  190. Moreover, spiritual tenets shifted away from the Nenbutsu Zanmai (deep prayer to Amida Buddha) passed down to Mt. Hiei by the monk Ennin and towards the monk Genshin's Tendai and Jodo (Pure Land) teachings as well as Ryonin's Yuzu Nenbutsu (Adaptable Prayer to Amida) sect, leading to the ascendancy of Pure Land teachings.
  191. Moreover, stations from here on down the electrified section of the line are mainly for local trains (stopping at all stations), and the raised platforms can only handle four cars.
  192. Moreover, strings that pierce around the sleeves and thin cloth around the armhole were omitted, and the breast cord and the ornament cord (decoration strings of sleeves or a breast) were made from leather.
  193. Moreover, such a box lunch is introduced in the margin of a JR schedule (only for large-sized schedule) published by Kotu-shinnbun-sha (literally, traffic news company).
  194. Moreover, such a person ranked Rokui no Kurodo (Chamberlain of Sixth Rank) serving as either Shikibu Taijo or Shikibu Shojo concurrently was extraordinarily admitted to the court, and therefore he was called Tenjo no Jo.
  195. Moreover, such a view of Buddhism predominance touched the hearts of samurai, who were commonly close to muck, and led to prosperity of future Hachimanshin and Tenjin beliefs.
  196. Moreover, such reasons led to the Hosho school monopolizing Waki of En-noh, in Tokyo.
  197. Moreover, sutra was chanted before Shinto altar.
  198. Moreover, tax was imposed on a person, a person's house, or the area of a person's rice field in accordance with tax regulations.
  199. Moreover, techniques such as adventurous pruning of the trees, frequent use of flowerbeds and creation of grass lawns point to a western influence.
  200. Moreover, ten legal provisions were established to govern the court proceedings for the office responsible for deciding miscellaneous court cases.
  201. Moreover, that period marked the beginning of private school, in which the scholars of SUGAWARA clan educated their disciples on their private estate, providing un-official services.
  202. Moreover, that shows his adoration for the thoughts.'
  203. Moreover, the "hyakusho ikki" in the early-modern period has been translated and introduced into English as peasant uprising.
  204. Moreover, the 'Tango Discovery' would arrive at and depart from Kyoto Station, and the connection of its rolling stock with that of 'Kitakinki' was ended.
  205. Moreover, the Akamatsu clan had to live under the unfavorable conditions, such as the independence of the Bessho clan, which had been a member of the clan and a longtime retainer, and the invasion by the Amago clan, and its decline had been accelerated.
  206. Moreover, the Cloistered Imperial Prince Rinojinomiya Kogen (later, he became Imperial Prince Kitashirakawanomiya Yoshihisa) had entered Ueno Kanei-ji Temple, as a monk priest from Kyoto, the previous year.
  207. Moreover, the Council for Kinki Regional Transport is examining a proposal for a bilateral direct train service with the Osaka Station direction of the JR Kyoto Line, which utilizes the shunt track between Tambaguchi Station and Umekoji Station for additional trains.
  208. Moreover, the Council of the Left (later, the Chamber of Elders) and Right, which were the legislature, and the Council of the local officers were repeatedly established and abolished.
  209. Moreover, the Emishi in Tsugaru and Watarishima supported the Emishi in revolt.
  210. Moreover, the Emperor was pleased after being informed that the boy (two years old at the earthquake), who was rescued four days later from the occurrence of the Niigata Chuetsu Earthquake, is growing up soundly.
  211. Moreover, the Express 'Hagi,' whose rolling stock was connected with that of 'Daisen (outbound train) No. 1' from Yonago Station, was renamed 'Nagato,' but its operation type remained the same.
  212. Moreover, the Futamata-jo Castle, the cornerstone of Totomi Province, surrendered to the enemy, and as a result, the war became worse (the Battle of Futamata-jo Castle).
  213. Moreover, the Himeji Domain issued han bills exchangeable for dried cuttlefish or dried kelp for use as congratulatory or condolence presents for feudal retainers.
  214. Moreover, the Imperial Family and court nobles weren't treated as Senmin, but some of the monks and priests were added to the Senmin category as kannagi or fugeki (female spiritual mediums).
  215. Moreover, the Ise shonin are believed to have had their own information networks.
  216. Moreover, the Joint Graduate School in the Sciences of School Education in Graduate School of Hyogo University of Teacher Education also has a doctor's course (education), but specializes in Shosha education only.
  217. Moreover, the Kaneko clan could have chosen to surrender to Motoie's army and eventually to the Mori clan, but instead the decision was made to mount a do-or-die resistance out of a sense of obligation to the clan's feudal lord, Motochika CHOSOKABE, in Tosa Province.
  218. Moreover, the Katamachi Line has no station in the vicinity.
  219. Moreover, the Kobe Line, Itami Line and the Imazu-kita (north) Line, among others, were seriously damaged by the great Hanshin Awaji Earthquake that occurred on January 17, 1995, but nearly all the lines were restored by June 12 of the same year and Itami Station (Hankyu) was reconstructed in 1998.
  220. Moreover, the Korean army withdrew after their invasion ended in a stalemate, and the focus of the agreement reached in subsequent negotiations and its execution was once again the suppression of the Wako, making this expedition an extremely weak justification for asserting that Tsushima had been a vassal state of Korea.
  221. Moreover, the Maniwanen-ryu school even now gives training with fukuro shinai used together with a unique form of protective tool, to pupils who have already mastered the kata (form) training using a wooden sword.
  222. Moreover, the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications presented "Stamp Book for Commemorating the Crown Prince's Wedding" to the Imperial family and Shoda family.
  223. Moreover, the Nahobi no kami can be considered as the priests who perform purification rituals, and Izunome as a shrine maiden.
  224. Moreover, the Oshima-bon manuscript, which was considered a quite good-quality manuscript of the Aobyoshi-bon line was found one or two years before.
  225. Moreover, the Railroad Administration was established as a base in the Kitakinki Region after the war, and Fukuchiyama also flourished as a 'railroad city.'
  226. Moreover, the Rebellion of FUJIWARA no Hirotsugu happened in 740.
  227. Moreover, the Satsuma Domain had allowed Takamori SAIGO order his retainers to cause a disturbance in Edo by committing robbery and violence in order to cause chaos in the former Shogunate and start a war.
  228. Moreover, the So clan tried to increase the number of trade transactions by making up false envoys using names of clans who existed outside Tsushima or names of fictitious clans.
  229. Moreover, the Sogo (Office of Monastic Affairs), which controlled monks and nuns, was established.
  230. Moreover, the Sugimoto clan is found in the family of Masashige KUSUNOKI.
  231. Moreover, the Taiheiki ends the story in the chapter wherein Yoshiakira dies and Yoriyuki HOSOKAWA advances to Kanrei (Vol.37).
  232. Moreover, the Taira's military strength was indispensable in supervising the shoen reforms as well as shoen officials and commoners, and controlling members of the clergy and evil monks alike, not to mention for keeping the peace in Kyoto, in ruins from the recent wars.
  233. Moreover, the Tosei Dai Sotoku had been given the controlling power over Edo-jo Castle and the Tokugawa family; furthermore, the Tosei Dai Sotoku had full power in the management in the affairs for the Eastern region of Japan.
  234. Moreover, the ability of the storyteller to slip the haori from the shoulders in a moment is also worthy of note.
  235. Moreover, the acquisition of land along National Route 24 between JR-Fujinomori Station and Momoyama Station, and along the Keihan Uji Line between Kohata Station and Uji Station (near Obaku Station) is particularly difficult.
  236. Moreover, the actual existence of Emperor Seimu is in doubt.
  237. Moreover, the addition of a kohai (roof built over the steps leading up to a temple building) at the front face and a mago bisashi (additional eaves off the main eaves) at the other three sides makes the structure larger and even more complicated.
  238. Moreover, the amino acid which is a component of the sake reacts with sugar, gradually forming a red tinge and creating a distinct flavor.
  239. Moreover, the amount of pollen produced varies greatly depening on the cultivar.
  240. Moreover, the ancient-style Gun, Go and Shoen (manor in medieval Japan) were dissolved or reformed, and the medieval-style Gun, Go and Shoen were established.
  241. Moreover, the appearance of Kao (written seal mark) gave the final blow to kanin.
  242. Moreover, the appearance of the kutsu yokai is designed based on the picture of a kutsu yokai (shoe specter) drawn in "Hyakki yagyo emaki" ('Night Parade of One Hundred Demons' picture scroll) in the Muromachi period.
  243. Moreover, the arare in ochazuke is also called bubu-arare and sometimes it is shortened to bubu (bubu-zuke means ochazuke in the Kyoto dialect).
  244. Moreover, the assessing of a new 5% tax to fund construction at the Imperial palace complex and the abrupt economic policy decisions to mint a new coinage, issue new paper notes, etc. only exacerbated the chaos facing the economy, already exhausted due to the just-ended war against the shogunate.
  245. Moreover, the association of mountain, river, road and lake, as allegedly done well into the Heian-kyo, has been claimed since the Edo period, which became the general interpretation later in the Meiji period.
  246. Moreover, the authority to issue kumon (kojo) regarding temples in the Kanto region, such as the Kamakura Gozan Temples, was held by the Kamakura bakufu.
  247. Moreover, the bakufu encountered new problems never before seen, including the peasants' uprisings that began to occur and efforts to restore the Southern Court by gonancho (former Southern Court forces).
  248. Moreover, the battle reinforced a relationship between lord and vassal of Yoritomo and Bando samurai by frequently bringing up precedents of MINAMOTO no Yoriyoshi at Zen Kunen no Eki.
  249. Moreover, the battle to become ruler (not supreme ruler) of the land should involve the striking down of the guilty and avoid destroying the blameless.
  250. Moreover, the case of the Hatakeyama clan is a typical example of such a Myoseki inheritance.
  251. Moreover, the clothes are beautiful summer outfits such as a black satin belt, a shallow yellow cotton hat, and a parasol.
  252. Moreover, the competition concerning the architectural design of Hoan-den was held in 1933.
  253. Moreover, the cultivate method for L. angustata, L. ochotensis and Laminaria diabolica has been established, which are recognized as important species from the industrial viewpoint.
  254. Moreover, the deficiency of the basic cooking technique peculiar to the Japanese foods not only brings the deterioration in the quality of foods, but also raises concerns over food safety.
  255. Moreover, the depiction on Taizokai Mandala is based on the theory explained in the Mahavairocana Tantra, and the mandala's name originated from Sanskrit words meaning 'mandala born from maternal mercy.'
  256. Moreover, the descendants of the 54th King Gyeongmyeong are also separated into more than ten hongan including his first son's Milyang bag clan.
  257. Moreover, the descriptive expression of the seaside seen in 'Chidori no Kyoku' foreshadows the later 'Haru no Umi' (Spring Sea).
  258. Moreover, the designation "building under special protection" was abolished and such buildings or structures were reclassified as national treasures.
  259. Moreover, the diary has many alternate names in use, including "Zokusuishinki" (Suishinki, Continued), so named because it followed in the tradition of "Suishinki" (or "Seishinkoki"), the diary of his grandfather Saneyori.
  260. Moreover, the diary includes some entries that are not based on Teika's personal experience.
  261. Moreover, the director-general of the Agency for Cultural Affairs can recommend the public opening of a designated cultural property (Article 51).
  262. Moreover, the disputes, ranging from legal theories to contradictions of capitalist economy, national ideology and positioning of the national structure and so on and combined with the disputes over the Commercial Code, came to present a kind of political confrontation.
  263. Moreover, the domain failed in sending sufficient supplies to the troops that Tadatsune led during the Korean invasion.
  264. Moreover, the effects of emissions from the tunnels on the neighborhood, sightseeing resources and cultural assets can't be ignored, because the emissions will be concentrated and discharged from both ends of the tunnels.
  265. Moreover, the emperor's arbitrary appointment of Sogo (Office of Monastic Affairs) also aggravated the contention and feud among temples.
  266. Moreover, the empire encouraged emigration to foreign countries as a national policy, sending many immigrants to Brazil, the United States of America, Peru, Canada, Hawaii, Mexico, Argentina, Paraguay and other countries.
  267. Moreover, the establishment of Confucianist thought in Japan meant the establishment of a China-centered view of the world in Japan, which had an influence upon emperor-centered historiography in later times and became the foundation for a Japanese style China-centered view of the world.
  268. Moreover, the establishment of public and private higher schools was permitted, and they continued to grow until the end of the World War II.
  269. Moreover, the fact that a number of kamekan (earthenware jar-coffin) for males excavated at the Yoshinogari site at Saga Prefecture and Kuma/Nishioda site at Chikushi City, Fukuoka Prefecture is double the number of female's, which is interpreted as the males had more occasion to join in battle.
  270. Moreover, the fact that fungi grew was made public two years later.
  271. Moreover, the family established a presence by gaining stewardship for the Hachijoin's manor (Ueno no sho) which was one of the family's territories in Mikawa Province.
  272. Moreover, the family head with unfortunate life span continued, as his grand son Yukimochi also died young a year after Shigeyuki's death, in 1511.
  273. Moreover, the family were heavily criticized by society for tainting the Imperial Family, to whom they were closely related, with these scandals.
  274. Moreover, the famous operetta "The Mikado" by playwright William Gilbert and a composer Arthur Sullivan was inspired by an exhibition of Japanese art held at Knightsbridge in London.
  275. Moreover, the farmers might demand that the lord of the manor send a jikimu daikan.
  276. Moreover, the fifth volume of "Q.E.D. Shomei Shuryo," a mystery comic by Motokichi KATO, includes a work called "Hikari no Zanzo" in which one of the character was modeled after her.
  277. Moreover, the figures of the wind god with futai (packing) in both hands, and the thunder god with tenko (thunder drams) around are also very original.
  278. Moreover, the first son of Fujitaka, Tadaoki became adopted child of Terutsune HOSOKAWA of the Oshu family when he was young, with an order of the Shogun family.
  279. Moreover, the following article was written in 683 (12th year of the Emperor Tenmu) in the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan).
  280. Moreover, the following year, he was forced to return the court rank of Shogoi (Senior Fifth Rank).
  281. Moreover, the formality of the name itself is called nyobona.
  282. Moreover, the former viscount Tadakazu TORI, who was the elder brother of Tadateru--a husband of the elder sister of the head of family Kichizaemon--married Hiroko, who was the eldest daughter of Hachiro-jiro, the eighth-generation Mitsui-Minami Family.
  283. Moreover, the gathering of arrows were not necessarily done by women in all periods.
  284. Moreover, the government used this incident as the impetus for revising the 'Kojo kishukusha kisoku' (Regulations for Factory Dormitories) in order to outlaw any dormitories that attempted to confine their workers.
  285. Moreover, the graveyard is called an 'egg tower grave.'
  286. Moreover, the gunboat diplomatic attitude of Japan was of course an attempt at urging Korea to submit, but at the same time it aimed to appease the complaints of the former samurai class who advocated the policy of conquering Korea by military force.
  287. Moreover, the horse statue on the head of Bato Kannon (horse-headed Kannon), although it is not a Buddha statue, is also called kebutsu.
  288. Moreover, the inspectors Shigeoki KONDO and Shigetomi AMANO were sent from the bakufu to the Kamiyashiki and told Daigaku ASANO and chief retainer Muneshige FUJII to deal with the confusion happening inside the residence.
  289. Moreover, the lake has been used for water transport since ancient times, and until the railroad opened in the Meiji period it had been used to carry goods from Kyoto City and Osaka City to Tosando and the Hokuriku region.
  290. Moreover, the law which controlled the milling and polishing of rice and grains (commonly called 'the law against polished rice') was promulgated by the Imperial edict No. 789, which cut the amount of production in half.
  291. Moreover, the leading court nobles who supported these women had a sly dig at her mentioning Yang Guifei, and they did visible and invisible nasty things to her.
  292. Moreover, the library came to be regarded an institution equivalent to the main office of Doshisha, Doshisha University, and Doshisha Girls' School.
  293. Moreover, the main branch of the Northern House became maternal grandfather over three generations--Fuyutsugu (Emperor Montoku), FUJIWARA no Yoshifusa (Emperor Seiwa) and FUJIWARA no Mototsune (Emperor Suzaku and Emperor Murakami)--whereby the predominance of the Northern House was established.
  294. Moreover, the management of the land tax was entirely entrusted to Okura-sho.
  295. Moreover, the material is not sufficient for the origin of Nijiriguchi (crawling entrance), and there is no concrete grounds in the widespread assertion that it was created by Rikyu.
  296. Moreover, the method of mokoku itself also became technologically outdated by the development of the printing technology, and had no choice but to disappear on its own.
  297. Moreover, the most favorite disciple Taihan refused to come back to Mt. Hiei though Saicho repeatedly asked him to come back and Taihan preferred the ascetic training under Kukai, which led to a breakup between them.
  298. Moreover, the mountaineering ascetic, who is a practitioner of austerities as half priest and half layman, also needs to keep at least fuin-kai during unobstructed cultivation (one of the hassai-kai, or eight precepts).
  299. Moreover, the name of Gion, a famous Hanamachi (entertainment area and geisha district in Kyoto), originates from the fact that the area it covers was a Monzen-machi (temple town) built around Yasaka-jinja Shrine, formerly called Gion-sha Shrine.
  300. Moreover, the name of the place in which the shrine is situated is often incorporated into the enshrined deity's name, as is the case with 'Nikko Gongen' (the deity to which Nikko Futarasan-jinja Shrine, situated in Nikko City, Tochigi Prefecture, is dedicated), and a shrine's name itself often comes from a place name.
  301. Moreover, the name plate on the torii of Hirano-jinja Shrine (Kyoto Prefecture) was once written 'Hirano Taisha.'
  302. Moreover, the neighbouring countries that existed around Tang during the eighth century (ex. Balhae or Tibetan Empire), did not enact Luli that they created from scratch, but positively adapted and altered the Tang Luli to make the Luli System of their own.
  303. Moreover, the next snowy morning, when Hikaru Genji saw her face, he was astonished at how ugly she was.
  304. Moreover, the numbers played as jiutamai are only a part of the jiuta that have been passed down.
  305. Moreover, the operation of Tango Explorer nos. 1 and 4 was extended up to Toyooka Station.
  306. Moreover, the other theory considers it to be a unit of Dainichinyorai that developed from Vairocana, since the name is similar to Virocana, the hierarchy of the Kegon-kyo sutra.
  307. Moreover, the outbound limited express trains starting from Shin-Osaka and entering to the Hanwa Line through the Osaka loop Line, such as the airport express 'Haruka' and limited express 'Kuroshio,' enter the freight line at the Ibaraki Station Yard (departure number 3) and proceed to Shin-Osaka Station via Suita signal station.
  308. Moreover, the painting is so famous that someone who does not know Sotatsu may imagine the painting when "Wind God and Thunder God" is mentioned.
  309. Moreover, the passageway between these two stations was established.
  310. Moreover, the people's indignation over the unconstitutional politics of the Japanese Army (by Aritomo YAMAGATA's faction) to overthrow the Cabinet and the repeated running for election of the domain-based politicians triggered the Campaign for the Defense of the Constitutionalism (the Campaign for the Defense of the Constitution).
  311. Moreover, the plan involved Udaijin Toyonari to present an announcement to the society, then to dethrone the Emperor, and to chose one of Prince Shioyaki, Funado no Okimi, Prince Asukabe, and the Prince Kibumi as the emperor.
  312. Moreover, the plots of the scripts used in Noh performance are mostly tragedy.
  313. Moreover, the power of the Edo bakufu had been penetrating its control over court nobles, and even the authority of criminal investigation also rested with the Bakufu.
  314. Moreover, the project gropes for relevance among game, society and education, and holds symposiums.
  315. Moreover, the reason why the Insai school of Okayama Domain was called "Toryu" is that, when the shogun at that time competed with Ikeda-ko (daimyo IKEDA) in an archery match, Ikeda-ko won, then Ikeda-ko requested to be also called "Toryu" and the shogun allowed his request.
  316. Moreover, the registration system was introduced to monuments (historic sites, scenic spots and natural monuments) in order to complement the conventional designation system.
  317. Moreover, the resemblance to the Chinese classical books ("History of the Later Han Dynasty," "Bai-Shi Wen Ji," and so on) has been pointed out by many people, so the tale seems to have been affected by these books.
  318. Moreover, the restoration of the clan was not allowed even after the Osaka no Eki (the Siege of Osaka) because Kunitsuna refused to join Ieyasu TOKUGAWA in the Battle of Sekigahara.
  319. Moreover, the ruling Constitutional Party was split, and the Wai-han Cabinet collapsed on October 31.
  320. Moreover, the same interior lamp shades as those of special second-class cars and fluorescent lamps were installed soon after they were put into practical use.
  321. Moreover, the scene in his film "E ja nai ka" where an actress urinates generated considerable controversy, as it was against the regulations of the Film Ethical Review Board.
  322. Moreover, the score is designed so that it may be easy to keep the rhythm.
  323. Moreover, the second-generation Ennosuke ICHIKAWA used by the first-generation Enno ICHIKAWA, and the first-generation Hakuo used by the eighth-generation Koshiro MATSUMOTO have branched into successions of the family name as inkyomei (name after retirement).
  324. Moreover, the seventh family head, Kudai-taifu (post of Imperial Household Ministry) Kunitoyo SHIBAYAMA's adopted son Hokun, who was the chief priest of Kofuku-ji Joshin-in Temple (also a son of Gon Dainagon (provisional major counselor Toshiaki BOJO), also created the Shibakoji family after exclaustration.
  325. Moreover, the shogunate did not think it was appropriate to dismantle the manorial system or strengthen the power of the shugo, and this often disturbed powerful shugo daimyo despite the opposition of the Imperial Court, temples and shrines.
  326. Moreover, the shugo signed, together with the manor lords, a contract to manage the payment of customs, and served as the shugo-uke, who had substantially greater control over the manor.
  327. Moreover, the site of the former Kinsho Store is now occupied by a office of Risona Bank (formerly Nara Bank).
  328. Moreover, the soup has a slight viscosity due to its cooking method.
  329. Moreover, the sparrow allegedly ate and harm crops.
  330. Moreover, the storehouse, or 'obunko' (library), filled with the many old manuscripts that the family continued to pass down, is thought to have avoided the Great Tenmei Fire.
  331. Moreover, the system of ranking officials was changed from 19 levels to 26 levels.
  332. Moreover, the tale of Prince Homuchi wake no miko that was collected in "Kojiki" includes a story of marriage with a snake woman at Hikawa, Izumo.
  333. Moreover, the target is set up about 28m away, which is assumed to be the enemy's position on the battlefield.
  334. Moreover, the term "Gonancho (Second Southern Court)" didn't come into common use until after World War II, so up until then the term was not firmly established.
  335. Moreover, the thickness of the soup broth served at the Station next to Nagoya was almost the same at Mikawa-Anjo Station.
  336. Moreover, the third shogun, Iemitsu TOKUGAWA decided to reinforce the castle's western exterior enclosure, which was left untouched, and built an outer moat using the reservoirs and streams that coursed through Akasaka, Yotsuya, Ichigaya to Ushigome before flowing into Kanda-gawa River.
  337. Moreover, the tip of bronze swords, doka (bronze halberds for ritual), stone swords, and stone halberds are often excavated from a coffin of the early to the middle Yayoi period in northern Kyushu.
  338. Moreover, the tomb of Nobuyasu's head is in Wakamiya Hachimangu Shrine in Okazaki City, (formerly known as Sugao Hachimangu until Nobunaga's death) and it is enshrined together as a deity.
  339. Moreover, the trace of the hottate bashira (earth fast post) structure believed to be monomi yagura has been excavated in the Yoshinogari ruins, which is thought to be the same period.
  340. Moreover, the train service for Inazawa Station had been a regular one until the timetable revision of March 2007.
  341. Moreover, the troops of Date clan besieged the Fukushima-jo Castle, while the troops withdrew on the following day of the siege because of the strong defense of the castle (the Battle of Miyashiroomote, while Uesugi clan called this battle as the Battle of Matsugaoka).
  342. Moreover, the unification within the country realized by long-lasting peace, as well as the development of industry and finance, was also a basis of its modernization.
  343. Moreover, the verb "haiakaru" deriving from the word haikara also appeared and was used as a "haikatta person" and so on.
  344. Moreover, the warehouse with the sidewall lumber crossing at the four corners, is called azekura.
  345. Moreover, the word 'bancha' often refers to 'hojicha' in Hokkaido and the Tohoku region.
  346. Moreover, the yagura with a special role might be decorated in a similar way.
  347. Moreover, their avenue of retreat into Kyushu had been cut off by the army of MINAMOTO no Noriyori, who had crossed into Bungo Province.
  348. Moreover, there are 'kizami nori (chopped or shredded nori),' 'nori-no-tsukudani' and so on (laver boiled down in soy, Momoya's 'Edo Murasaki Gohan-desuyo!' in the Kanto region, Isojiman-Bunsen's 'Ala!' in the Kansai region and so on are famous).
  349. Moreover, there are also no cases where railway companies are developing various related businesses.
  350. Moreover, there are few records regarding the law in the diary of Yoshiyasu YANAGISAWA, lord chamberlain of Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA, suggesting that there is a high possibility that the law did not have a high importance attached to it.
  351. Moreover, there are many buildings, high-and medium-rise apartments and hotels lining both sides of the street, and it is certain that the development will continue to advance.
  352. Moreover, there are many characters who are only mentioned by common nouns such as 'Ichinomiya' (this simply means the eldest son of the Emperor, therefore all Emperors can have their own 'Ichinomiya') and 'Onna Sannomiya' (the third princess).
  353. Moreover, there are many local dishes, such as moray eel dishes, bonito dishes, saury dishes and headfish dishes, which were popular in coastal areas in many prefectures.
  354. Moreover, there are naginata used by the Army and the Marines; the one used by the Army has a long shaft in order to cut horse legs while an enemy is still on the horse.
  355. Moreover, there are parts that were improved (by MINAMOTO no Tsuneyori, according to a theory) after the death of Takaakira during the reign of the Emperor Goichijo, and it is considered that there were more than three lines of books with different contents and organizations.
  356. Moreover, there are records showing that Nobunaga's eldest son Nobutada ODA danced in a Noh drama.
  357. Moreover, there are some cases in which men disguise themselves as women during festivals (drag festivals), in which case they always wear atsugesho.
  358. Moreover, there are some products sold only locally.
  359. Moreover, there are some regions where the kabuki (Japanese classical drama) performed by amateur boys and girls are called chigo kabuki.
  360. Moreover, there exists an unknown person's transcription (but its second volume turns out to have been the transcription of Michihiro KUGA), and this manuscript in eight volumes was written in the Muromachi period, and is now owned by "Sonkeikaku-bunko" [a library of the Kaga Maeda family]).
  361. Moreover, there has been controversy about how far the Soni ryo and the Sogo applied to temples other than kanji.
  362. Moreover, there is a belief that it was difficult to secure a large amount of raw copper for minting coins at the time as the discovery of only one copper mine became a national event; furthermore, there is an opinion that the amount of coins circulated was not much.
  363. Moreover, there is a book called "Gyokuyo Fugashu ko" written by Kasumi TSUGITA and edited by IWASA.
  364. Moreover, there is a commentary that is said to have been written by Saicho.
  365. Moreover, there is a custom that a shrine was built, in which a person who performed outstanding accomplishments before the person died was enshrined as Kami (Kami of person.)
  366. Moreover, there is a description in some Ninjutsu-sho (book of Ninjutsu) and a few genuine arrows still remain, but it is not sure to what degree they were actually used.
  367. Moreover, there is a grave to be allegedly hers in Nagasu-machi of Tamana County in Kumamoto Prefecture and it is called 'Botamochi (rice cake) sama' from its shape.
  368. Moreover, there is a hypothesis that Indian alchemy became Mikkyo and that Mikkyo was alchemy itself, but it is not widely accepted and remains untried in Buddhist studies.
  369. Moreover, there is a legend that Kobo Daishi (a posthumous title of the priest Kukai) introduced Udon noodles from Tang Dynasty to the Shikoku region, which later became Sanuki Udon (Udon noodles of Kagawa Prefecture).
  370. Moreover, there is a possibility of the start of the Yayoi period going back to at least the 10th century B.C. by recent radiocarbon dating.
  371. Moreover, there is a record of a fire in 1474.
  372. Moreover, there is a sign that Masayasu also fought against Mino-Toki clan to cooperate with the Tomishima clan, which was a powerful local lord in Mino Province on the side of East squad.
  373. Moreover, there is a similar picture of the ogre who prizes a karabitsu open in the "Hyakki yagyo emaki" ('Night Parade of One Hundred Demons' picture scroll) of the Muromachi period.
  374. Moreover, there is a system in which drivers can omit their task of recording the daily labor report by recording the positions of boarding and exiting into a memory card using the global positioning system.
  375. Moreover, there is a theory that Chunagon FUJIWARA no Nagate was politically isolated in the Imperial Court, where the Nakamaro faction was empowered, and forced to fall into obscurity.
  376. Moreover, there is a theory that it was caused by avoiding the jealousy of female gods because the mountain god Iwanaga-hime had, since ancient times, been considered to be a female.
  377. Moreover, there is a view that articles about both a plot by the oracle of Usa Hachiman-gu Shrine and Dokyo, a Buddhist priest, contained political intent.
  378. Moreover, there is also a rebuttal from the viewpoint of the momentum that the fixed Japanese sword overwhelmed the bullets with intense motion energy.
  379. Moreover, there is also a transmitted tale that his residences were located in today's Aoto, Katsushika Ward and Tomioka, Kanazawa Ward, Yokohama City, but their actual existence is questioned.
  380. Moreover, there is another story that he committed suicide by kappuku (the fixed form of suicide committed by former samurai class) by himself.
  381. Moreover, there is no work of Fudo Myoo with hachidai-doji as followers in Sanskrit sutras, so it is said to have been invented in China.
  382. Moreover, there is the Umekoji Steam Locomotive Museum of the West Japan Railway Company (JR West), so occasionally a passenger train is in its custody.
  383. Moreover, there is the technique of momigami peculiar to Kyoto.
  384. Moreover, there still exist straight swords with Hirazukuri (ridged style) and Seppazukuri (front ridge style) and domestically produced Ken including Warabiteno Katana.
  385. Moreover, there was "The Tales of Ima", which was a collection of anecdotes completed around 1240, approved and compiled by Nobuzane.
  386. Moreover, there was a hierarchical difference amongst goshi: middle and upper ranks resided in samurai residential districts called `fumoto` and in effect ran the local government administration.
  387. Moreover, there was also a workshop in Kokufu, where choyobutsu (national tax) for the central government was produced in compliance with the requests of officers working at the Kokufu.
  388. Moreover, there was government post as adjutant, a vice-Fukushogun (Vice-Shogun).
  389. Moreover, there were also some who advocated changing the term to 'Hoku Southern period' to emphasize the fact that the Northern Court's period of predominance had been longer than the Southern Court's, and that in the end the Southern Court was unified into the Northern Court, not the other way around.
  390. Moreover, there were as many as three domains which were governed by the branches of the Mito family.
  391. Moreover, there were descriptions of Buddhist temples and ujigami (a guardian god or spirit of a particular place in the Shinto religion) in this family register in order to maintain the religious doctrine by the follower (it was abolished in 1885).
  392. Moreover, there were many Kampaku who were able to send their daughter to be the Shogun's official wife (Midaidokoro), and there were some who had a certain influence in the Shogunate (Motohiro KONOE, for example).
  393. Moreover, there were many recorded incidents of war crimes such as pillage, violent assaults, arson, rapes and massacres.
  394. Moreover, there were often sets of tooth black with penciled eyebrows.
  395. Moreover, there were people who kept Japanese traditional culture alive while Europeanization went on; some people wore both kimono and Western clothes and others only kimono.
  396. Moreover, there were similar arrows in various parts of the world.
  397. Moreover, these activities have often been adopted by the 'Support Program for Distinctive University Education,' which supports the Ministry of Education's activities for the reform of college education.
  398. Moreover, these officials shall not be able to receive reemployment and special dispensation after it.
  399. Moreover, these recent researchers have not sufficiently circulated the latest discoveries into Japan's general population.
  400. Moreover, they advanced to the Utsunomiya Castle and regained Utsunomiya.
  401. Moreover, they could not secure enough force strength to bear down on feudal lords, so they had to allow feudal lords to continuously rule their domains.
  402. Moreover, they had extraordinary prowess, which maintained their relationship for more than twenty years.
  403. Moreover, they had to make a deep bow after straightening their clothes not only when they arrived at school and left school, but also whenever they passed in front of the portraits.
  404. Moreover, they have developed as pure music independent of theater.
  405. Moreover, they learned that Tokube's wife Otatsu was a vassal of the Tamashima family, and thereby Danshichi and Tokube exchanged each other's yukata sleeves (light cotton kimono) to forge a bond of Gikyodai (to be associated with each other as brothers).
  406. Moreover, they operated the groups as terminal organizations for general administration.
  407. Moreover, they started to receive petitions not only from specific important temples and shrines but also from small temples and shrines of each sect.
  408. Moreover, they strengthened their will to work for the salvation of all living creatures, giving aid to those afflicted with leprosy and to hinin (literally "non-humans," members of the outcastes) and other bridge-building efforts, and thus increasing their zeal for social and humanitarian work.
  409. Moreover, this arrangement is seen in Mikkyo (Tomitsu), which has been transmitted in the Shingon sect, but in the other Mikkyo (Daimitsu), which has been transmitted in the Tendai sect, Ususama Myoo is included in Godai Myoo instead of Kongoyasha Myoo.
  410. Moreover, this freight line is used in the operation of traveler trains.
  411. Moreover, this historical data was issued after the mid-Edo period, and therefore the current widely held theory was that this story was created by scholars who pandered to the Edo government in order to demean Mitsunari and Yodo-dono.
  412. Moreover, this land is mui nehankai, which is a world corresponding to the logic of Buddhism, and it is explained that this is a world made by Buddha to lead and save all lives.
  413. Moreover, this mourning period is especially called 'ryoan.'
  414. Moreover, this official travel lasted for long period resulted in the shortage of credits enough to advance to a higher degree, which obliged him to drop out of the Department of Political Science of Gakushuin University.
  415. Moreover, this period witnessed, in terms of international history, the dawning of the age of exploration, which meant that Europeans, notably the Portuguese and the Spanish, began to be active in East Asia.
  416. Moreover, this pit stone chamber points to almost true north, from which we can guess that the head of the deceased pointed to true north.
  417. Moreover, those who are supposed definitely not to be able to perform Rinne Tensho exist under these four classes as Senmin (outcasts).
  418. Moreover, though the Einin-era debt cancellation order does not include any provisions regarding nenki-uri, the debt cancellation orders given during the Kenmu Restoration and under the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) do explicitly apply to nenki-uri.
  419. Moreover, threading his way through them, Hisahide MATSUNAGA who served under Nagayoshi MIYOSHI invaded Yamato Province, sent Junkei into exile and defeated the Ochi clan and others, and thereby obtained the position of Shugoshiki of Yamato Province from Kofuku-ji Temple in 1559.
  420. Moreover, to accelerate the arrest of Yoshitsune and his men, Yoritomo invited Tokimasa HOJO to the Capital to negotiate, and requested him to set up Shugo and Jito (military governors and estate stewards) all over Japan, which Tokimasa finally accepted.
  421. Moreover, to comply with the social tendency of private information protection that has risen from the 2000's, and to prevent collusion between associate companies and employees, there are restrictions on receiving gifts from associated companies to the home of an employee.
  422. Moreover, to meet the demand, esoteric Buddhism was also progressively accepted by Ennin and Enchin in the Tendai-shu sect.
  423. Moreover, to provide a rich flavor, powdered katsuobushi is sprinkled on top of takoyaki (a ball-shaped pancake containing small pieces of octopus) or okonomiyaki (a Japanese-style pizza containing one's favorite vegetables and other ingredients).
  424. Moreover, today, the fence separating the Heki school, the Ogasawara school, and the Dosha group of the Heki school, has lowered.
  425. Moreover, traditional Udon noodles served in all Kanto except for the central part of Tokyo, mostly use soup broth made from boiled-dried fish and dried Shiitake Mushrooms, seasoned by soy sauce or miso (fermented soybean paste).
  426. Moreover, two Hino Melpha vehicles were introduced, and one of them was equipped with a microphone for use as a melody bus running in mountain areas.
  427. Moreover, two extra lanes--one for pedestrian roads and the other for cyclists--are found on both sides of the bridge, and the Tanabe-kita Interchange even has a tollbooth for bicycles.
  428. Moreover, under the leadership of Ochi FUKUCHI, a member of the Kariyo Kai, and other contributors, the Kabuki-za Theatre was completed at Kobiki-cho, Tokyo in 1889.
  429. Moreover, under the name 'Ikko sect' (although 'Ikko sect' can also refer to sects other than the Jodo Shinshu sect) and united by faith, they reduced the power of the traditional shugo daimyo.
  430. Moreover, unique styles of writing were adopted such as using '--zo,' as a binding particle at the end of a sentence.
  431. Moreover, unlike population surveys by country conducted by the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) it was innovative, adding up on the uniform standard throughout the country.
  432. Moreover, uprisings against the conscription ordinance broke out in various regions.
  433. Moreover, use of horses was also limited.
  434. Moreover, uta (song) and tegoto are respectively once more added to some songs.
  435. Moreover, various Busha techniques had developed after the establishment of the Heki school, among which Toshiya (Dosha) (通し矢), which was at it's peak during the Edo Period, developed independently.
  436. Moreover, various kinds of onomatopoeia, etc., make the reader feel as if he or she is in fact there.
  437. Moreover, vassals were given a hyofu with the amount of silver coins depending on their stipends, and merchants wrote business records on it whenever they made a purchase.
  438. Moreover, warriors could not use bows in close combat.
  439. Moreover, was combined with Sarutahiko-no-kami, also known as deity of a Chimata, and his so-called wife Amenouzumenomikoto in the shape of a male and female pair.
  440. Moreover, when Akiyamanoshitabiotoko intended to break his promise and call off the bet, he had to accept the validity of the bet because of Haruyamanokasumiotoko's mother interfering in the matter according to the story of Emperor Ojin in Kojiki (Records of Ancient Matters).
  441. Moreover, when Buddhist temples were built in a city where the water supply was not adequate, garden making became consolidated with the well developed characteristic dry landscape style.
  442. Moreover, when Hisahide MATSUNAGA turned against Nobunaga and MATSNUGA's commander Hidemitsu MORI holed himself in Kataoka Castle in Yamato Province, Tadaoki together with his father and his father's ally Mitsuhide AKECHI captured MORI, for which he received a direct letter of commendation from Nobunaga.
  443. Moreover, when he entered cutting the beadroll and wearing a sword, he wore a shroud with a dragon in the clouds drawn in Japanese ink painting, and this staging emphasizes Danshichi's tattoo.
  444. Moreover, when he went on long trips, his inner thighs chafed.
  445. Moreover, when the Cloistered Emperor issued Inzen (the decree) to expel Yoshitsune, his situation had become more difficult.
  446. Moreover, when the Imperial Prince Kaneyoshi (also pronounced "Kanenaga"), the Emperor Godaigo's own son, was sent by the Yoshino Court (that is, the Southern Court) as seisei shogun (general who pacifies the west) on a military expedition to Kyushu, he entered the southern Kyushu and went to join forces with the Kikuchi clan.
  447. Moreover, when the intervention in the Taiping War by England and France intensified, there was an increased demand for exports of war supplies such as cereals and wax, which were originally not in demand.
  448. Moreover, when there were multiple Gozoku in a Gun, each Gozoku was assigned to be Gunji in turn so that one specific Gozoku would not monopolize the position of Gunji.
  449. Moreover, while marching to the Kanto, the distinctive appearance of their bearskin military caps led some to begin calling them the Kappa Corps (kappa were mythical water goblins with distinctive heads).
  450. Moreover, while there are Noh farce pros simply telling the story only (a sitting interlude teller is called "igatari-ai" and a standing interlude teller is called "tachigatari-ai"), there are also Noh farce pros who move around the Nohwaki or the protagonist (shite) and form part of the story.
  451. Moreover, with a few exceptions, including ONO no Imoko, who played an active role as an envoy to Sui Dynasty China, there were few records of promotion up the ranks.
  452. Moreover, with focusing on the facial expression of Prince Umayado that changes unsteadily, he said that its changes "are one of the biggest fruit of the stories of transformation (man turns into woman and woman turn into man, or a person turns into a different person) that has been throbbing through Japanese manga since Osamu TEZUKA."
  453. Moreover, with his fiendish plan without regard to its appearance, it can be said that he was a crafty hero who incited the confusion of the Kinai region.
  454. Moreover, with his name listed under the first author, two theses were published on the foreign magazine "Gene" in 2000 and 2008 separately.
  455. Moreover, with the Budo Ban by the General Headquarters of the Allied Powers as a turning point, the new gendai budo which had given up being battle techniques and which emphasized only moral improvement was formed and has been prospering.
  456. Moreover, with the decrease in trains north of Sonobe Station, the gap between regular trains and limited express trains is growing every year, too.
  457. Moreover, with the defections of Masatoshi and Kunimura who quickly made peace with Harumoto, he became more isolated.
  458. Moreover, you have no children and I want you to have many heirs,' Michinaga rebuked and forced Yorimichi into the marriage but before long, Yorimichi fell seriously ill, and the wedding was instructed to be halted when, as a result of faith healing and exorcism, the ghost of Prince Tomohira emerged.
  459. Morgan O-yuki
  460. Morgan O-yuki (November 1881 - May 18, 1963)
  461. Morgan's inheritance was contested in court, and Yuki won.
  462. Mori Aza-ouchi, Kumiyama Town, Kuse-gun: 35,493
  463. Mori Hospital
  464. Mori Konzern Group
  465. Mori Minbu no jo protected Yoshihiro as they cut their way into the enemy battle lines, fighting fiercely until being killed in battle.
  466. Mori clan
  467. Mori clan/Kikkawa clan: Hagi Domain - Iwakuni Domain
  468. Mori clan: Choshu Domain - Chofu Domain
  469. Mori no Yuenchi (Forest Amusement Park)
  470. Mori no Yuenchi (Forest Amusement Park) is a former amusement park located in Yase, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City, which was operated by Keifuku Electric Railroad Co., Ltd.
  471. Mori sent Ekei ANKOKUJI, a military monk, for Kanbei KURODA to offer peace negotiations under the conditions of 'the cession of the five countries and the security of the troops in the castle.'
  472. Mori soba and zaru soba are made by rinsing boiled buckwheat noodles in cold water to bring out the chewy texture that will be served in seiro (steamer), a rectangular wooden or bamboo tray lined with a bamboo mat or basket.
  473. Mori told Muneharu SHIMIZU that they were unable to rescue him and that he should surrender to Hideyoshi, but Muneharu refused to accept it, saying he would share his fate with the castle.
  474. Mori was seriously involved with the civilization of Western Europe and he had a Western standard of views on men and women and marriage.
  475. Mori's comment in the 30th issue itself showed his concern about that Meirokusha and its bulletin had gradually become political.
  476. Mori's idea on the equal between husband and wife did not develop to an idea of the equal rights between husband and wife, but it became to be received as an opinion to expand women's rights, related with the Freedom and People's Rights Movement and so on later.
  477. Mori-Gumi Co., Ltd.
  478. Mori-soba
  479. Moriaki ARAKI, who sparked the controversy, considered the manorial system-based society to be a patriarchal slavery society (=the ancient times), and defined the shogunate system established with Taiko-kenchi as the Hoken system in Japan.
  480. Moriakira ASHINA
  481. Moriakira ASHINA was a busho (Japanese military commander) in the mid Muromachi Period.
  482. Moriakira suppressed this with the support of Naotomo YUKI (the Shirakawa clan).
  483. Moriari FUKUO the eighth excelled in literary work; he not only composed new pieces of Yokyoku, but also wrote 'Edo kozuiki' (a document about a flood in the Edo period).
  484. Moribe TACHIBANA: Scholar of Japanese classical literature, who lived during the latter Edo period.
  485. Moribon
  486. Morichika CHOSOKABE
  487. Morichika CHOSOKABE was a daimyo and busho (Japanese military commander) in Tosa Province who lived from the Azuchi Momoyama Period to the beginning of the Edo Period.
  488. Morichika formed the main-force unit of the Western forces and headed for Sekigahara assaulting and taking castles that had joined up with the Eastern forces,.
  489. Morichika gave up trying for victory and did not take part in the last battle near Osaka-jo Castle the next day and instead guarded the Kyobashiguchi of the Osaka-jo Castle.
  490. Moriemon YAMAMOTO
  491. Moriemon became a ronin(masterless samurai)to take responsibility for this incident.
  492. Moriguchi City
  493. Moriguchi City, Kadoma City, Neyagawa City, Daito City, Shijonawate City, Katano City, and Hirakata City in Osaka Prefecture, mostly on the left side of the Yodo-gawa River, between Kyoto City and Osaka City (seven cities in the Kitakawachi area).
  494. Moriguchi-kaido Road
  495. Morihachi (Kanazawa): Founded in 1625.
  496. Morihei UESHIBA allowed kendo training in his dojo 'Kobukan' for the study of swordplay.
  497. Morihei began using the name 'aikido' in 1948, since the establishment of Aikikai (prior to which he had used the names 'Aikibudo,' 'Dai Nippon Kyokuryu Jujutsu,' etc.).
  498. Morihei often borrowed terms from Shinto when describing the principles and rationale of Aikido to his disciples, and because this was a mystic and abstract expression it led to various interpretations in later years.
  499. Morihei, at that time, was asked by Dai Nippon Butoku-kai to cooperate in the establishment of a comprehensive martial arts department, and in response he referred Minoru HIRAI, who was a 'general director' at the Kobukan dojo.
  500. Morihiro HOSOKAWA - ancestor of Tadatoshi HOSOKAWA, 18th of the Higo HOSOKAWAs
  501. Morihiro HOSOKAWA, a descendant of the Hosokawa clan, became a governor of Kumamoto Prefecture and a prime minister.
  502. Morihisa
  503. Morihisa AOKI, who was the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary at the time of the Japanese embassy hostage crisis in Peru is Shuzo's great-grandchild.
  504. Morihisa ASHINA
  505. Morihisa ASHINA (year of birth unknown - 1444) was a busho (Japanese military commander) in the mid Muromachi Period.
  506. Morihisa HAYAMI (a leader of Nanate gumi)
  507. Moriie NAITO and Moritoki NAITO who served MINAMOTO no Yoritomo in the Kamakura period were the common ancestors of those Naito clans mentioned below.
  508. Morijio (placing salt by the entrance to one's establishment, such piles of salt)
  509. Morikage was for some reason expelled from the Kanoha group; he worked in the Kanazawa area later, but his records aren't completely clear.
  510. Morikata OKI: Baron, Grand Cordon of the Order of the Sacred Treasure
  511. Morikata YASUTOMI - leader of kokujin-shu from Sanuki Province.
  512. Morikatsu KIMATA
  513. Morikatsu KIMATA - Yoriyasu - Moriaki - Morinaga - Morimitsu - Morisada - Morimasa - Morimae - Moriyasu - Seikan - Kan - Morimichi
  514. Morikazu/Shuichi NUMA
  515. Morikazu/Shuichi NUMA (January 21, 1844 - May 17, 1890) was a Shogun's retainer-turned- statesman, and a journalist.
  516. Morikiyo IDEURA
  517. Morikiyo SAITO - assisted Takakiyo YUSA.
  518. Morikuni NISHINA
  519. Morikuni NISHINA (year of birth and death unknown) was a warrior during the Warring States period in Japan.
  520. Morikuni held the court rank of: Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade)/ Danjo Shohitsu (Junior Assistant President of the Board of Censors).
  521. Morikuni was descendant of samurai who served on retired Emperor Gotoba's Northern flank during the Kamakura period served and Nishina Morito who fought on the imperial side in 1221 during the Jokyu War.
  522. Morikuni's success after Kiyomori's death was not recorded in detail, perhaps partly due to his old age.
  523. Morimasa ASHINA
  524. Morimasa ASHINA (1386 - 1434) was a busho (Japanese military commander) in the early and mid Muromachi Period.
  525. Morimasa KAMATA: one of the Yoshitsune's four heavenly kings in "Genpei Seisuiki"
  526. Morimasa SAKUMA
  527. Morimasa SAKUMA (1554 - July 1, 1583) was a vassal of the Oda clan.
  528. Morimasa SAKUMA tried to run away but was captured and decapitated.
  529. Morimasa TAKEI: Baron, the Prefectural governor of Tottori Prefecture, the Prefectural governor of Ishikawa Prefecture, the privy councillor
  530. Morimasa came to the aid of Katsumasa's forces instead, and a fierce battle ensued.
  531. Morimasa continued joining various battles, including the Siege of Tezutsuyama Castle in Echizen Province (against Yoshiaki ASAKURA) in 1570, the Battle of Yasugawara (against Yoshikata ROKKAKU) and the Battle of Makishima Castle (against Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA) in 1573, and performed distinguished war service.
  532. Morimasa put down the insurgency by taking control of Kobuse Castle in the following year, 1419.
  533. Morimasa was appointed as the first lord of Kanazawa Castle of Kaga Province and given Kaga Province in 1580 through his achievement in making Oyama-Gobo Temple, a foothold of the Kaga Ikko sect's revolt, fall.
  534. Morimasa was born in 1554 in Gokiso, Owari Province (present-day, Gokiso, Showa Ward, Nagoya City).
  535. Morimasa was dragged around the city of Kyoto and later beheaded in Makishima, Uji City.
  536. Morimasa was killed during the Battle of Ichinotani.
  537. Morimasa was often referred to as 'Oni Genba' for his gallantry.
  538. Morimasa's daughter, Torahime, was later taken for a lawful wife by Hideshige NAKAGAWA, the second son of Kiyohide NAKAGAWA, by the order of Hideyoshi, and became okugata (title of honor for legal wife of aristocrat) of the family head of the Oka clan of Bungo Province.
  539. Morimasa's death poem is '世の中を廻りも果てぬ小車は火宅の門を出づるなりけり'.
  540. Morimasa's first battle was the Battle of Kannonji Castle in 1568 (against Yoshikata ROKKOKU).
  541. Morimi OUCHI advanced into northern Kyushu district in order to restore the prosperity in Yoshihiro's period.
  542. Morimi OUCHI won the confidence of the shogunate, nevertheless, he was defeated in a battle with Shoni clan, Otomo clan, and died in the battle in 1431.
  543. Morimi had made a will leaving the position at the head of the family and all territory except for Nagato Province to Mochiyo and leaving Nagato Province to Mochimori OUCHI.
  544. Morimi then extended his military hegemony even further, gaining control as far as Aki and Iwami Provinces.
  545. Morimi was killed in the battle but his nephew, Mochiyo OUCHI, took over the leadership and, with the help of the Yamana family, defeated the Shibukawa Clan and the Shoni and Otomo Clans, with Mochiyo, who was trusted by Yoshinori, being made Commissioner of Kyushu.
  546. Morimichi MOTONO
  547. Morimichi MOTONO (September 25, 1836 - December 10, 1909) was a government official and businessman in Japan.
  548. Morimune ADACHI
  549. Morimune ADACHI (date of birth unknown ? January, 1286) was a gokenin (a shogunal retainer)of the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) in the late Kamakura period.
  550. Morimune KOYANAGAWA
  551. Morimune KOYANAGAWA (1523 - February 22, 1595) was a historic figure in the Sengoku period (of Japan).
  552. Morimune KOYANAGAWA (years of birth and death unknown) was a historic figure in the Muromachi period.
  553. Morimune described below was his great-grandson.
  554. Morimune in the Muromachi period
  555. Morimune in the Sengoku Period
  556. Morinaga Hikoshichi OMORI was a busho (Japanese military commander) of Seiwa-Genji (Minamoto clan) in the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan).
  557. Morinaga OMORI
  558. Morinaga had been a close adviser to Yoritomo from the period of his exile and it seems that he began to serve Yoritomo because of his wife's relationship.
  559. Morinari TANI
  560. Morinari TANI (1582 - January 19, 1627) was the successor of Yamaga Domain, Tanba Province.
  561. Morinari TANI was born as the legitimate son of Moritomo TANI, however, he died in 1626 at the age of 45 without inheriting the reigns of the family.
  562. Morinobo Zoryu
  563. Morinobo Zoryu (dates of birth and death unknown) was a Buddhist monk in the Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States).
  564. Morinobu KUROSAWA, age 28
  565. Morinobu later became a priest and called himself Tanyusai; as a painter he is known as Tanyu KANO.
  566. Morinobu's headless body was buried by local residents who revered him, and his burial mound is called Mt. Goro even today.
  567. Morio MATSUDAIRA (Rear Admiral of the Imperial Japanese Navy)
  568. Morioka Bunshi-geki
  569. Morioka Domain (Mutsu Province)
  570. Morioka Domain (Rikuchu Province)
  571. Morioka Domain branch domain (mujo=>joshukaku); 11,000 koku; tozama; Yanagi no ma
  572. Morioka Domain: Morioka-jo Castle and Hanamaki-jo Castle
  573. Morioka Domain: the territory was changed to Shiraishi in the old Sendai territory with 130 thousand goku (200 thousand goku).
  574. Morioka Hachimangu Shrine (Hachiman-cho, Morioka City, Iwate Prefecture)
  575. Morioka Prefecture established on July 10 (old lunar calendar) in 1870
  576. Morioka Prefecture: established on July 10 (old lunar calendar) in 1870. ->X
  577. Moriokahachiman-gu Shrine in Morioka City, Iwate Prefecture performs yabusame for the Rei Dai Sai.
  578. Morisada is known as a fancier of arts, flower arrangement and Sado.
  579. Morisadamanko (magazines about manners and customs published in the latter period of the Edo period)
  580. Morisadamanko' (magazines about manners and customs published in the latter half of the Edo period) by Morisada KITAGAWA in 1850, describes the mode as follows.
  581. Morisetsu TOJO (the vassal of Tadayuki MIZUNO, lord of Okazaki domain, Mikawa province who held custody of nine of the Ako Roshi) described Kuranosuke as 'characteristically quiet, a man of few words'.
  582. Morishige TANI
  583. Morishige TANI (March 19, 1817 - April 6, 1875) was a daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) in Edo era.
  584. Morishige also concluded that Japanese vowel system had been consisted of five vowels.
  585. Morishige explained it taking the Hepburn system of romanization for example, which distinguished the sounds not necessarily important for Japanese such as sh, ch, ts or f.
  586. Morishige firstly explained that when indeclinable words were used as exclamation without particles, the sound of "イ" (i) might be added to the words as a substitute for particles.
  587. Morishige was granted Kakunodate Castle in Dewa and 16 thousand koku as a retainer of the Satake clan; though, after his death, his sons died one after another and the last head of the clan Sentsurumaru ASHINA died in an accident at the age of three, who was the last of the line, leaving the Ashina clan in ruin.
  588. Morishige-ryu hojutsu (gunnery of Morishige school)
  589. Morishige-ryu hojutsu was a school of gunnery.
  590. Morishogunzuka-kofun Tumulus (Chikuma City, Nagano Prefecture, the inscription of 'Tennohitsuki,' a large keyhole-shaped tomb mound, 100 meters long of the hill tomb)
  591. Morita Unshu
  592. Morita school
  593. Morita was the one who wrote the scenario of the first film for Makino Talkie under the name of "Masao YAMAMOTO."
  594. Morita-za Theater had invited him as a choreographer since ca. 1860.
  595. Moritaka HOTTA
  596. Moritaka hammered out positive policies including trying to cope with the Date clan by maintaining friendly relations with adjacent clans and sending an envoy to Nobunaga ODA.
  597. Moritane CHOSOKABE
  598. Moritane CHOSOKABE (year of birth unknown - June 4, 1615) was a busho (Japanese military commander) who lived in the Azuchi-Momoyama period through to the early Edo period.
  599. Moriteru NAGAYAMA: Baron, Genroin gikan (councillor of Chamber of Elders or Senate)
  600. Moriteru NAGAYAMA: He was a baron and Kinkei-no-ma shiko.
  601. Morito ENDO: Later known as Mongaku
  602. Morito NISHINA
  603. Morito NISHINA (date of birth unknown - 1221) was a samurai military commander in the early Kamakura period.
  604. Moritoki HOJO
  605. Moritoki HOJO (the eldest son of Hisatoki HOJO; the sixteenth Shikken)
  606. Moritoki HOJO was a family member of the Hojo clan in the end of Kamakura period.
  607. Moritoki HOJO was appointed to the sixteenth regent.
  608. Moritoki ISE was awarded Kokokuji-jo Castle.
  609. Moritoki went to Suruga Province again.
  610. Moritomo HASEGAWA
  611. Moritomo HASEGAWA (1569 to January 6, 1633) was a samurai in the Azuchi Momoyama period.
  612. Moritomo TANI
  613. Moritomo TANI (1563 - January 29, 1628) was a busho (Japanese military commander) (Daimyo (Japanese feudal lord)) who lived in the Sengoku period (period of warring states) (Japan) and the beginning of the Edo period.
  614. Moritomo TANI, the first lord of the Yamaga Domain, was a military commander (daimyo) who served Nobunaga ODA and Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, and controlled land worth 16,000 koku in Yamaga, Tanba Province.
  615. Moritomo belonged to the West squad in the Battle of Sekigahara, being in charge of guarding Mitsunari ISHIDA's Sawayama-jo Castle.
  616. Moritoshi TANI
  617. Moritoshi TANI (1614 - February 21, 1652) was the successor of Yamaga Domain, Tanba Province.
  618. Moritoshi TANI was born as the legitimate child of Yamaga Domain, however he died in 1652 at the age of 39 without inheriting the reigns of the family.
  619. Moritsugu disguised himself as Michihiro KUSAKABE (Michihiro Kehi), whose domicile was in Kehisho, Kinosaki Gun, and served as a horse breeder.
  620. Moritsuna Jinya
  621. Moritsuna KUTSUKI
  622. Moritsuna KUTSUKI <Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade)
  623. Moritsuna KUTSUKI was the thirteenth (last) lord of the Fukuchiyama Domain in Tanba Province.
  624. Moritsuna SASAKI
  625. Moritsuna SASAKI was a Japanese military commander who lived from the end of the Heian period to the beginning of the Kamakura period.
  626. Moritsuna TADA
  627. Moritsuna TADA (year of birth unknown - 1156) was a Japanese military commander of the late Heian period.
  628. Moritsuna WATANABE, a survivor of the Mikawa Ikko Ikki, who received a pardon from a Ieyasu after the suppression of the uprising and served him, was given the territory of 3,000 koku crop yields in Hiki County, Musashi Province when he entered the Kanto region in 1590.
  629. Moritsuna and his old brothers defeated the Taira clan in the Battle of Fujigawa on October 20, 1180, and were granted a former territory of Sasakinosho in the grant of honors held on August 23, 1180 at the provincial capital of Sagami Province for the first time after the raising of army.
  630. Moritsuna is featured in Yokyoku (a Noh song) "Fujito" which is chanted in a Noh play, "the Battle of Fujito," and a Kabuki play "Omi-Genji Senjinyakata."
  631. Moritsuna was born as the third son of Hideyoshi SASAKI who was the head of the SASAKI clan of UDA-GENJI based at Sasakinosho in Omi Province.
  632. Moritsuna who had served MINAMOTO no Yoritomo since he had stayed in Izu Province as an exile followed the army raised by Yoritomo and played an active role in the Jisho-Juei War.
  633. Moriya and Katsumi strongly opposed the Emperor's position, but believing that the Imperial rescript must be given credence, Umako made Prince Anahobe include Toyokuni, the Buddhist priest, into the Imperial circle.
  634. Moriya and NAKATOMI no Katsumi strongly disagreed with this saying 'we have never heard of any emperor worship the God of a foreign country and not his own.'
  635. Moriya answered, 'An unimportant retainer like you will never know that.'
  636. Moriya attacked Buddhist temples to destroy chapels and ordered his men to throw statues of Buddha into the sea.
  637. Moriya attacked the Soga clan's temple and threw the statue into the river, then set the temple on fire.
  638. Moriya denounced Buddhist believers and ordered Umako to deliver him the three Buddhist nuns for punishment.
  639. Moriya domain in Shimousa Province - 10,000 koku (approximately 1.8 million liters of crop yield)
  640. Moriya formed an alliance with Prince Anahobe who was the half brother of Emperor Bindatsu.
  641. Moriya gathered members from the same clan and built Inagi to strengthen their defenses.
  642. Moriya glared at him with such anger.
  643. Moriya headed for the place where Miwa no Sakau was with his army.
  644. Moriya laughed saying 'he is just like a sparrow that has been shot with a big arrow.'
  645. Moriya led soldiers and headed for the Tsubaichi palace to eliminate Sakau.
  646. Moriya left the Imperial Court and headed to his villa in Ato (Kawachi Province), where he looked for allies.
  647. Moriya maneuvered to enthrone Prince Anahobe, but Umako preempted his moves by killing the Prince.
  648. Moriya replied; 'it is not for someone like you to worry about.'
  649. Moriya sent MONONOBE no Yasaka, OHOCHI no Miyatsuko Osaka and NURIBE no Miyatsukoani to Umako and told him 'I moved to Ato because a large number of retainers were trying to kill me.'
  650. Moriya was enraged, but realizing that many of the retainers were his foes, he retreated to his headquarters of Kawachi Province.
  651. Moriya was infuriated; however, knowing that many of the emperor's retainers were on Umako's side; he retreated to Kawachi Province.
  652. Moriya was mad at Prince Anahobe and glared at him because Prince Anahobe, who was supported by Moriya, took a Buddhist preacher to the Emperor.
  653. Moriya went to a temple and sat on the agura (a special stool) forcing people to destroy a Buddhist pagoda, burn down the Buddha hall, and throw Buddha statues into the ocean.
  654. Moriya's sister
  655. Moriya, who was an anti-Buddhist opposed to it, whereas Umako, who was a pro-Buddhist, thought that he should respect the Imperial edict and help the Emperor.
  656. Moriya-shin
  657. Moriya-shin (also pronounced as Moreya-shin) is an indigenous god (Shinto) believed to live around the Suwa region in Nagano Prefecture.
  658. Moriya-shin confronted him, making use of kanawa (iron ring) as a weapon, but it was destroyed by a branch of wisteria held by Takeminakata no kami and he was defeated.
  659. Moriya-shin is a god (Shinto) who bears a part in Suwa shinko (Suwa belief).
  660. Moriya-shin is sometimes equated with Mishaguji.
  661. Moriyama City
  662. Moriyama Domain (Iwaki Province)
  663. Moriyama Domain: one thousand ryo (gold currency) of the shotenroku was provided.
  664. Moriyama Station (Shiga Prefecture), JR Tokaido Main Line
  665. Moriyama and Hirotsu then went to Busan by steamboat, which the Joseons disapproved, to deliver So's letter.
  666. Moriyamajuku
  667. Moriyamajuku is the 67th post station on the Nakasen-do Road (=>The 69 Stations of Nakasen-do Road) and is located in Moriyama City, Shiga Prefecture.
  668. Moriyori OMORI, the descendant of Morinaga OMORI, entered Ogawa-mura, Kazahaya District, Iyo Province.
  669. Moriyoshi FUKUO the second was also active as a Yokyoku (Noh song) composer.
  670. Moriyoshi ISHIKAWA
  671. Moriyoshi ISHIKAWA (year of birth unknown - August 28, 1318) was a busho (Japanese military commander) in the Kamakura period.
  672. Moriyoshi and Mitsusuke went up to Kyoto and were appointed to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) Yamato no kami (the governor of Yamato Province) and Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) Tanba no kami, respectively.
  673. Moriyoshi further sophisticated this technique and taught his pupils.
  674. Morizane (Morimichi) DODO, who was the keeper of Sawayama-jo Castle and belonged to the Asai clan, may have been from the same family (there is a theory that Tsunaie may have been born in 1546).
  675. Morizumi, however, refused the request and as a result, he was entitled to a stipend of only twenty koku (3.600 liter) even though he became a direct vassal of Ieyasu.
  676. Morning (Early Morning) Services-A.M. 8:45 every morning (in Omiya, Fukakusa Campus), A.M. 9:00 every morning (in Seta Campus)
  677. Morning coat
  678. Morning glory (Morning glory fair)
  679. Morning glory in bloom was regarded as a kind of lucky charm, because people believed that it was a sign that the 'Cowherd star' and the 'Weaver star' could see each other again that year.
  680. Morning-glory type haniwa
  681. Moro type: Vertical stone knife which edge and the base of the opposite side is blunted; distributed mainly in Kanto region, the southern part of Chubu region and Tokai region
  682. Moro-haku
  683. Morobobu HISHIKAWA (the date of birth unknown, 1618 - July 25, 1694) was one of the leading male painters in the early Edo period, which is the early modern times in Japan.
  684. Morobuta is a tray to place ayu on, which is made by hinoki (Japanese cypress) and 21.9cm wide, 36.4cm long and 4.5cm deep.
  685. Morochika reported details of the invasion to the Daijokan (Grand Council of State) of Dazai-fu (local government office in Kyushu region) with reports from the two ladies; 石女 UCHIKURA and Akomi TAJIMI who were rescued from the Toi.
  686. Moroe had a close association with OTOMO no Yakamochi, and is supposed to be one of the selectors of the poems in "Manyoshu" (Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves).
  687. Moroe resigned his post on March 11, 756, and retired.
  688. Moroe's mother was Michyio, so, marrying Moroe resulted in a consanguineous marriage between a half-brother and a half-sister by their mother.
  689. Moroe, firstly received sei (the surname), TACHIBANA no Sukune, and afterwards, he was given the sei, Tachibana no Ason.
  690. Morofusa was Mido Kampaku FUJIWARA no Michinaga's daughter's husband (Morofusa's wife was Michinaga's daughter Takako), and became an adopted child of FUJIWARA no Yorimichi, the heir of Michinaga; additionally, the descendant of Morofusa built a deep relationship through intermarriage with the Sekkan Family (Sekkanke).
  691. Morofuyu served Takauji ASHIKAGA as did his cousin Moronao.
  692. Morofuyu was a son of KO no Moroyuki and a cousin of KO no Moronao (later he was adopted by Moronao).
  693. Morogake
  694. Morogami was the child of "HAJI no Kazumaro," the governor of Yamato Province.
  695. Moroha-zukuri (Double edge style)
  696. Morohaku: 0.65
  697. Morohaku: 0.80
  698. Morohira KANO, a scholar of Japanese classical literature in the Edo Period points out the possibility that FUJIWARA no Fuhito, udaijin (minister of the right) in the reign of Empress Genmei, may be the Prince Kuramochi (Fuhito's mother is the Kuramochi clan).
  699. Morohira KANO, a scholar of Japanese classical literature in the Edo Period points out the possibility that TAJIHI no Shima, sadaijin (Minister of the left) in the reign of Emperor Monmu, may be the Prince Ishizukuri.
  700. Moroi HORI: September 1876 - December 1877 (resigned)
  701. Moroie MATSUDONO
  702. Moroie MATSUDONO (1172 - November 11, 1238) was a Court noble in the end of Heian Period through the early Kamakura Period.
  703. Moroie himself reached Jushii (Junior Fourth Rank) and the position of Benkan (an official of Grand Council of State).
  704. Moroie was subsequently unable to take an official post for close to half century, and spent his life in disappointment (he also failed in attempt to adopt his nephew, Dogen).
  705. Morokane died at the age of 29 in 1076.
  706. Morokata KAZANIN
  707. Morokata KAZANIN (1301 - October 1332) was a Court noble who lived during the late Kamakura period.
  708. Morokata KAZANIN who performed splendidly at the Emperor Godaigo's side in the Genko Incident was his son.
  709. Morokatsu Hirone (Hirone Asomi Morokatsu, February 5, 787)
  710. Morokazu NAKAHARA
  711. Morokazu NAKAHARA (1184 - July 19, 1251) was a person during the Kamakura period.
  712. Morokazu was from the family of Sadachika line of the Myogyodo-Nakahara clan that produced OE no Hiromoto (before he changed his name, he was NAKAHARA no Hiromoto); and Morokazu's father Moroshige was a cousin of NAKAHARA no Chikayoshi (later, he changed his name to FUJIWARA no Chikayoshi) and OE no Hiromoto.
  713. Morokazura' is sometimes considered another name for both volumes of Wakana.
  714. Moroki, who held a minor position until the age of 50, once climbed up a hill with difficulty in the rain to visit the Iwashimizu Hachimangu Shrine.
  715. Morokoshi ni tsukai wo tsukawasutoki mitegura wo tatematsuru
  716. Morokuwa-jinja Shrine was his ubusunagami (guardian deity of his birthplace) and located in Kaito District, Owari Province.
  717. Moromi
  718. Moromi (raw unrefined sake) zukuri (Production of moromi)
  719. Moromi contains a lot of sugars and acids generated in the process of fermentation and, it they are left as they are, the final sake has a heavy taste, if we speak favorably of it, or dull taste if we speak unfavorably of it.
  720. Moromi is a white-colored turbid bubbling thick liquid composed of perfectly blended sake mash, koji and steamed rice in a tank used for preparation.
  721. Moromi miso
  722. Moromi of Japanese sake in which alcoholic fermentation has not yet been stopped, is bottled without being heated and in the state where the yeast in it is still alive and, thereby, the fermentation is further fermented in the bottle and carbon dioxide is confined within the bottle.
  723. Moromi: raw unrefined sake.
  724. Moromichi criticized especially the political interference of the Retired Emperor Shirakawa, and publicly stated, 'the ox-drawn carriages should not be parked around the entrance of the retired emperor's mansion' (according to "Imakagami" (The Mirror of the Present)).
  725. Moromichi later made Nobuko, the adopted daughter of FUJIWARA no Nobunaga (the son of FUJIWARA no Norimichi), his legal wife.
  726. Moromitsu was a younger real brother of MINAMOTO no Yoritsuna.
  727. Moromori was thrown out in the sea and was pulled up with a rake by a retainer of Shigetada HATAKEYAMA only to get killed.
  728. Moromoto NIJO
  729. Moromoto NIJO (1301 ? February 17, 1365) was a court noble between the late Kamakura Period and the period of the Northern and Southern Courts
  730. Moromoto NIJO and Chikafusa KITABATAKE, on the other hand, were in favor of accepting the offer urging that they try to turn the tide of the battle between the Northern and Southern Courts by joining forces with the Naoyoshi faction.
  731. Moromoto assisted the Imperial Prince in Dazaifu.
  732. Moromoto entered the priesthood but it did not mean he went into retirement.
  733. Moromoto wrote down the conversation he had with Tadasane in "Chugaisho," which became famous as a valuable historical manuscript that told of aristocratic society during the period of the government by the Retired Emperor (the title of the manuscript is derived by taking '中' (Naka) from Nakahara and '外' from Daigeki).
  734. Moromoto's father was Kanpaku Kanemoto NIJO.
  735. Moromoto's last participation in war
  736. Moromoto's wife was unknown.
  737. Moronaga ICHIJO
  738. Moronaga ICHIJO (1258 - December 5, 1293) was Kugyo (a Court noble) in the Kamakura period.
  739. Moronaga alone survived and returned to the Miyako capital (Kyoto); however, having done so, he was afterwards unable to perform as his father, having been elevated to the Daijo daijin (Grand minister of state) role.
  740. Moronaga said: "I am trying to go home, but why do you stop me? "
  741. Moronaga sends a letter to Tadazane confessing his lamentation in it.
  742. Moronaka, who had fled, returned and brought the Sacred Mirror back to Rokuhara as a gift, yet his punishment remained severe; he was exiled to Shimotsuke Province.
  743. Moronao KO is well-known.
  744. Moronao KO, the steward of the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), bullies Enya Hangan, the lord of Hakushu.
  745. Moronao conquered not only Akiie KITABATAKE at Sakaiura in Izumi Province in 1338 during the disturbance of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan) but also the Masayuki and Masatoki brothers of KUSUNOKI in 1348 during the Battle of Shijonawate.
  746. Moronao demands custody of Shigeyoshi and Naomune.
  747. Moronao doesn't appear in this scene.
  748. Moronao enjoyed a great position of authority as a steward for the shogun family.
  749. Moronao introduced "bundori kirisute no ho" (a type of militant rule) to create maximum mobility of the army for large battles.
  750. Moronao said "For the one going to fight instead of me, a suit of armour is nothing" and he gave Takamoto his armour.
  751. Moronao shouts insult at Hangan, "Funa (crucian carp), Funa, you are a Funa-samurai!"
  752. Moronao walked past when Takamoto was having a struggle with Moronao's subordinates who were questioning him.
  753. Moronao, having fallen in love with Takasada ENYA's wife, sent her a love letter which he had Kenko YOSHIDA, the author of "Tsurezure Gusa" (Essays in Idleness) write but he was rejected by her.
  754. Moronao, however, attacks Yuranosuke using the short sword.
  755. Moronao, however, grovels and apologizes by saying, "Master Wakasanosuke, you come to castle so early."
  756. Moronao, though unethical, is in love with a married woman, and he makes an advance on Kaoyo Gozen, but he is turned down.
  757. Moronatsu KAZANIN and Tsunemasa (also called Tokimasa) KAZANIN were his sons.
  758. Moronobu HISHIKAWA
  759. Moronobu HISHIKAWA "Komurasaki" (small purple)
  760. Moronobu HISHIKAWA: "Looking Back Beauty"
  761. Moronobu KAZANIN
  762. Moronobu KAZANIN (1275 - November 28, 1321) was a court noble who lived in the late Kamakura period.
  763. Moronobu also composed a number of pornographic drawings.
  764. Moronobu had been successfully promoted from Kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain) of the Emperor Gouda, then Sangi (councillor) at the age of 17, then Gon Chunagon (provisional vice-councilor of state) in 1299, and then Gon Dainagon (provisional chief councilor of state) in 1303.
  765. Moronobu was born into the family whose business was to decorate textiles with embroideries and impressed metal foils, in Hongo, Hota, Hei County, Awa Province (present Kyonan-machi, Chiba Prefecture).
  766. Moronori KUJO
  767. Moronori KUJO (June 20, 1273 - July 21, 1320) was a court noble who lived in the Kamakura period.
  768. Moronori KUJO, Fusazane KUJO and a wife of Kanemoto NIJO were his children.
  769. Morosue SAIONJI
  770. Morosue SAIONJI (October 2, 1826 - August 15, 1851) was Kugyo (a Court Noble) in the late Edo period.
  771. Morosuke formed a friendship with MINAMOTO no Takaaki, who also possessed wisdom on court households, and Morosuke's allowed his third and fifth daughters to marry Takaaki.
  772. Morosuke married his eldest daughter, Anshi, to Emperor Murakami, and Anshi who was deeply favored bore Imperial Prince Norihira (later Emperor Reizei) and Imperial Prince Morihira (later Emperor Enyu), who both succeeded to the throne, giving Morosuke's sons, Koretada, Kanemichi and Kaneie great political disadvantages.
  773. Morosuke was also known as Kujo Udaijin, Bojo Daijin, and Kujo dono.
  774. Morosuke was also talented in poetry, and produced a collection of poetry, 'Morosuke shu' (Kujo Udaijin shu).
  775. Morosuke was not able to become a Sessho or Kanpaku; however, after the death of Emperor Murakami, Anshi's son, Imperial Prince Norihira, was enthroned as Emperor Reizei, followed by Imperial Prince Morihira as Emperor Enyu, which strengthened ties with the Imperial family.
  776. Morosuke's eldest daughter, FUJIWARA no Anshi, married Emperor Murakami while he was still the crown prince, and she became a lady of the court with Emperor Murakami's enthronement; Morosuke fully supported the emperor.
  777. Morosuke's older brother Saneyori was appointed Sadaijin (Minister of the Left) and Morosuke was appointed Udaijin (Minister of the Right) and promoted to Shonii (Senior Second Rank)
  778. Morosuke, on the other hand, stated: "When in doubt about the offense, consider giving the lighter sentence; and when in doubt about the merit, consider giving the higher award.
  779. Morotada plotted with Saneyori, and enthroned Emperor Enyu instead of Imperial Prince Tamehira who was older than Emperor Enyu and whose wife was the daughter of Takaakira.
  780. Morotada took the post of sadaijin instead of Takaakira, but Morotada passed away in October of the same year six months after he became sadaijin.
  781. Morotaka KUJO
  782. Morotaka KUJO (October 27, 1688 - August 15, 1713) was a Court noble who lived during the Edo period.
  783. Morotaka KUJO and Naozane KUJO were his brothers.
  784. Morotaka and Morotsune were punished, and Saiko then falsely charged Myoun of Tendai-zasu (head priest of the Tendai sect) so that the Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa removed him from the Tendai-zasu (head priest of the Tendai sect) position, tortured him, and deported him to Izu Province.
  785. Morotaka had an uncle named FUJIWARA no Narichika, and younger brothers named FUJIWARA no Morotsune and FUJIWARA no Morohira.
  786. Morotaka was also called Kaga no kami (Governor of Kaga Province) Morotaka.
  787. Morotaka's father was Saiko, who was an In no kinshin, and Goshirakawa assumed a firm attitude.
  788. Morotaka's father was known as Saiko (secular name: FUJIWARA no Moromitsu), who was an Emperor Goshirakawa's influential vassal.
  789. Morotane SOMA
  790. Morotane SOMA (dates of birth and death unknown) was a man of the Kamakura period.
  791. Morotane SOMA (the Soma clan of Mutsu Province)
  792. Morotane SOMA (the Soma clan of Shimousa Province)
  793. Morotane Soma (dates of birth and death unknown) is a man lived during the Kamakura period.
  794. Morotoki HOJO
  795. Morotoki HOJO (a child of Munemasa HOJO; the tenth Shikken)
  796. Morotoki became the tenth regent when Sadatoki retired into priesthood in 1301.
  797. Morotoki was a Chunagon (vice-councilor of state) of Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank).
  798. Morotoki was a son of Munemasa HOJO whose name was put in the birth record as a younger half brother of Tokimune HOJO by a different father, and Morotoki's mother whose birth record is also existent was a daughter of the seventh regent Masamura HOJO.
  799. Morotoki won the trust of Retired Emperor Shirakawa and Retired Emperor Gotoba as their parliamentary advisory, and was also engaged in building the Toba Rikyu (Toba Imperial Villa) and Rikusho-ji Temple.
  800. Morotsugu KAZANIN
  801. Morotsugu KAZANIN (1222 - April 28, 1281) was a court noble in the Kamakura period.
  802. Morotsura approached the head of the Hojo clan, while keeping the family as 'the family of the aide to the shogun,' to become a trusted vassal to the Hojo clan.
  803. Morouji HOSAKAWA (1305 - 1348) was a busho (Japanese military commander) during the late Kamakura period through the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan).
  804. Morouji HOSOKAWA
  805. Moroyasu and Moronao cooperated and once succeeded to bring down Tadayoshi, who then retired and entered the priesthood.
  806. Moroyasu made a great contribution to the establishment of Muromachi bakufu militarily, including the attack on the Kanagasaki-jo Castle and the subjugation of Akiie KITABATAKE.
  807. Moroyo entered the priesthood with Moronao and Moroyasu when Takauji and Tadayoshi became reconciled to each other, but he and other family members including Moronao and Moroyasu were killed by the Uesugi clan at Mukogawa.
  808. Moroyori became the adopted child of TACHIBANA no Toshitsuna who served as Shuri no daibu (Master of the Office of Palace Repairs).
  809. Morozane arranged for his adopted daughter, FUJIWARA no Kenshi (whose biological father was MINAMOTO no Akifusa), to marry Emperor Shirakawa.
  810. Morozane's post was taken over by his son, Moromichi.
  811. Morphology
  812. Mortuary Spaces
  813. Moshibumi: an application for being appointed to an office or being raised to the peerage.
  814. Moshinsho
  815. Moshinsho is a commentary on "The Tale of Genji," written by Tanemichi KUJO, the Kanpaku (regent) during the Sengoku (Period of Warring States) and Azuchi-Momoyama periods.
  816. Moshitsugi
  817. Moshitsugi (an official for conveying a message) which is also called Souja/Shosha, refers to a position in charge of reporting information to a lord, or refers to the act of reporting information itself.
  818. Moshitsugi in the bakufu also carried out miscellaneous tasks, informed the shogun of the names of people who sought an audience with him, and ushered them to the audience.
  819. Moshitsugi, also called sosha/soja, originally referred to a person in charge of conveying messages to the Emperor or Daijo Tenno (the Retired Emperor), and in the Kamakura and Muromachi bakufu it also referred to a person conveying messages to the seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians").
  820. Moshitsugishu
  821. Mosho-mono (literally "tale of a brave general") (such as "Kusanagi," "Ikarikazuki," "Kou," "Funa Benkei")
  822. Moso (Delusion) ("Mita Bungaku," April 1911).
  823. Moso yama (decorative float named after Moso (Meng Zong), a paragon of a man from "Records of Filial Piety in 24 Chapters" compiled in the Yuan dynasty)
  824. Moso-biwa
  825. Mosquito net peddlers with their call of "Kaya! Moegi no kaya!" (lit. Mosquito nets! Light green mosquito nets!) were an indication that summer had arrived in Edo.
  826. Most "Shinobigatana (Ninjato)" currently transmitted have a length between an ordinary Uchigatana and a wakizashi (short sword) and are classified into Nagawakizashi (long wakizashi).
  827. Most Important Works
  828. Most Japanese Bonsho are modeled on the Chinese bell style and ones on the Korean style are considered to be rare.
  829. Most Japanese ice cream manufacturers deal in matcha ice cream, and foreign ice cream manufacturers who have joined in the Japanese market such as Haagen-Dazs also produce matcha ice cream exclusively for Japan.
  830. Most Japanese makers are medium and small companies, and are family-type operations.
  831. Most Japanese swords are made in this style.
  832. Most Japanese swords are single edged, and the side without blade is called Mine and the bulge between the blade and Mine is called Shinogi.
  833. Most Japanese tsukemono use controlled fermentation via lactic bacterium so as not to be too sour, but some of them--including Shibazuke and Suguki--have a strong, sour taste.
  834. Most Kanpei-taisha shrines are in the vicinal territories of the capital, but some are in other regions as well.
  835. Most Kenin during the Heian period were descendants of a Gunji (local magistrate) or Dogo (local powerful clan) and were engaged in the administration of the Kokufu (provincial government office) as local officials.
  836. Most Kikyoku are made of wood.
  837. Most Koan are made up of conversations between a master and disciple, telling the truth of the moment when the disciple gained enlightenment.
  838. Most Kokubun-ji Temples enshrine Yakushi Nyorai as their principal image.
  839. Most Kuri look like ordinary houses.
  840. Most Kyo-yaki ceramics are made with an overglaze painting technique in which figures are painted on burned pottery, resulting in special characteristics that make the originality of each ceramist come across clearly in his or her work.
  841. Most Kyudo dojo in junior high school to college are of this kind, as are public and private dojo, and regular training is done in the Kyudo dojo for close-range shooting.
  842. Most Mumon-ginsen coins have no coins name inscriptions like 'Wado-kaichin,' but some Mumon-ginsen coins have inscriptions such as 'Koshi,' 'Ban' and 'Dai.'
  843. Most Negoroshu consisted of gyonin.
  844. Most Roju came from posts under the immediate control of Shogun, such as Sobayonin (lord chamberlain), Kyoto-shoshidai (the Kyoto deputy), and Osaka-jodai (the person sent for administering the Osaka castle).
  845. Most Saisenbako are made of wood.
  846. Most Sensu products are right-handed, but left-handed Sensu are also sold as well.
  847. Most Sharebon works were written about amusements in places for pleasure(such as yukaku, red-light districts.
  848. Most Udon noodles sold commercially or cooked in cheap Udon noodle shops are kneaded by machines.
  849. Most Unaju are ranked using the terms of pine, bamboo and plum trees in the order of price.
  850. Most Wagakki were produced by modifying the original instruments introduced from the Asian continent, except for those such as the Wagon, which have been present since the Yayoi period (it is unknown whether the Kokyu originated from the Asian continent).
  851. Most Yuan soldiers who had managed to disembark also perished by a surprise attack on Taka-shima Island by Suenaga TAKEZAKI and others on July 7 according to old lunar calendar (July 23 according to the Julian calendar).
  852. Most active period in Seisuke OGAWA's history was during his thirties.
  853. Most active were 'Rakugo Societies' formed by college students.
  854. Most actors usually do not use black eyeliner (except for Jakuemon NAKAMURA).
  855. Most admired: Maiko (apprentice geisha)
  856. Most advocates of the Prince Otomo enthronement theory criticized Emperor Tenmu as a criminal and blamed opponents who did not make such criticism by saying that such attitude could lead to acceptance of treason.
  857. Most ancient Shinto priests worked as fu or kannagi.
  858. Most are blind alleys, and a gate or nameplate of the resident is often found at the entrance to the alley on the front road.
  859. Most are built next to a Kyudo dojo for the regular close-range shooting, and today, due to space limitations, there are dojo built across two floors, such as the Kyudo dojo in Tokyo Budoh-Kan, or those that are also used for archery.
  860. Most are made in Yamagata Prefecture except the chrysanthemum garnish.
  861. Most are made of high quality bronze, and a deep color of the ground appears.
  862. Most are made of wood however some plastic boards are used in housing construction.
  863. Most are standing techniques and sitting techniques performed sitting straight, and newaza ((in wrestling or judo) pinning technique) are rare.
  864. Most are written works from the period he spent in Chang'an, and in particular, "Kangyosho" is one of the most important references in interpreting "Kammuryoju-kyo (Kangyo)" in Pure Land Buddhism in Japan.
  865. Most areas of the town was forest, and the forest industry prospered as the production area of Migaki Maruta (polished log) of Kitayamasugi (Kitayama cedar trees) and so on.
  866. Most areas that produce fude are those which have animals which are used in the production of fude.
  867. Most bars are fish-shaped metal bars, although some bars are wood bars.
  868. Most bokuto are made of Japanese evergreen oak (quercus acuta) and bamboo-leaf oak (quercus myrsinaefolia), but some of them are made from expensive materials, such as ebony, winterhazel (distylium racemosum), and loquat (eriobotrya japonica).
  869. Most brothers of Hirotsugu of the Ceremonial House of the Fujiwara clan were charged as an accomplice because of their kinship with the offender and exiled.
  870. Most calligraphic styles were not the most recent, and some of them were not even used in the same period in Western Europe, which showed that the art of printing was not sophisticated.
  871. Most castles were simple and composed of wood, and Motte and Bailey type were typical (refer to Figure a.).
  872. Most chasen are made of bamboo, but there are also outdoor metal chasen.
  873. Most chawans are wan gata (bowl form), but there are also tsutsu gata (cylindrical from), hira gata (flat form), wa gata or tama gata (round shape), hanzutsu (semi-cylindrical), hazori (upswept rim), kutsugata (shoe-shaped) etc.
  874. Most cities became fortified cities within castle walls.
  875. Most colors are applied in this step.
  876. Most companies throughout Japan have their holidays, known as the Obon holidays, during August, regardless of the local Bon festival period.
  877. Most concentrated only on carrying out surveys of newly seized territory.
  878. Most consist of instrumental music that has been inherited as court music.
  879. Most constituents of the flavor of soy-sauce are generated during this process.
  880. Most councilors were pro-Minsei Party and it acted as a supporting group for the Minsei Party (civil administration party).
  881. Most daimyo (Japanese feudal lord) in early-modern times who called themselves Seiwa-Genji are not historically proven to be so.
  882. Most descriptions concerning Emperor Jimmu in Nihonshoki and Kojiki are about Jimmu tosei (Eastern expedition of Emperor Jimmu); for details, refer to the section of Jimmu tosei.
  883. Most designs drawn on smooth, white tiles are mainly themes of happiness and luxury, such as 'treasure ship,' 'carp rising and falling' and 'Seven Deities of Good Luck,' and some tiles are made by giving full play to the producer's technique at the same level as for art craftworks.
  884. Most do not limit the time that teishoku are offered the way 'morning service' menus are offered only up to a certain time.
  885. Most documents and family treasures related to the Sekkan regent family in the Nijo House are said to have been taken by the Southern Court army which occupied Kyoto.
  886. Most dried noodles are directly put in a container, while all fresh noodles are vacuum-packed and then put in a container.
  887. Most emakimono have pictures of more or less 30cm high in full vertical length, but some have even larger pictures with a vertical length of 50cm or more like the Jokyu version of "Kitano Tenjin Engi Emaki" (an illustrated history of Kitano shrine).
  888. Most ex-Kizokuin councilors insisted that agreeing to the Constitution had been just for convienience and became advocates for the revision of the Constitution of Japan.
  889. Most existing swords are said to be made for displays at tourist facilities after the Meiji period.
  890. Most eye-catching in the parade is the portable shrine and festival car, shishimai, and dancing.
  891. Most familes from the Kusunoki clan took sides with the Southern Court.
  892. Most female residents in O-oku were jochu.
  893. Most foods unique to Kyoto can be obtained here.
  894. Most forms of Western clothing for women are designed and made to emphasize the shape and figure of the body, whereas Wafuku for women is made to cover the woman's figure and to be a cylindrical in appearance.
  895. Most fujimi yaguras were buillt in the Kanto region.
  896. Most gates have a double structure and a small semispherical enclosure in front of the gate to drive away the enemy.
  897. Most general households have yoshiki lavatory basins and recently onsui senjo benza has increased.
  898. Most gusuku contained sanctuaries called mitake (Okinawa).
  899. Most hakama skirts that are currently in use are andon bakama, which consists of a long wrap skirt and has no koshiita (back plate).
  900. Most han bills were ginsatsu (bills exchangeable for silver coins).
  901. Most hibachi are ceramic or metal, but some are made of wood or stone.
  902. Most hikan had to decided which power they should comply with, or how to keep their independent existence.
  903. Most hirajiros have adopted this style.
  904. Most historians and intellectuals could not insist their opinion that denied the unbroken Imperial line.
  905. Most housings were wooden until recently, but the number of ferro-concrete housings (separate houses and apartment buildings) is on the increase presently.
  906. Most imagine a 'peasant's revolt' when hearing 'uprising,' and not many know about the uprising of bushi.
  907. Most important classification of seishu at present is the classification by specific class name.
  908. Most important feature to be noted is that this translation had strengthened nature of natural law compared to the original text.
  909. Most infectious disease hospitals positively disappeared to become general hospitals by closing their isolation wards or expanding their general wards until 1960's.
  910. Most informal Wafuku made of cotton or hemp can be easily washed in the ordinary household.
  911. Most issues of nishiki-e-shinbun were issued for a very short period from 1874 to 1881 and, later on, disappeared pressured by small-scale newspapers.
  912. Most kakurezato where Heike no Ochudo settled are located deep in the mountains, on solitary islands or on remote islands.
  913. Most kanten consists of dietary fiber (a mixture of polysaccharides such as agarose and agaropectin), which can't be dissolved by human digestive enzymes.
  914. Most karamono Kikyoku are of fine and rare items but too large in size, so it is considered they are impractical for serving tea.
  915. Most karamono tea bowls used in Japanese Sado from the 16th century, such as tenmoku tea bowls, Juko celadon, Karamono chaire (Chinese-style tea canisters) and Luzon chatsubo (tea urn) were minor wares that were mainly fired in minyo (private kilns for producing plate ware for daily use) in southern China.
  916. Most kinds of Chinese tea are also classified as green tea, including jasmine tea.
  917. Most kinds of Japanese tea is green tea and it is most commonly drunk in Japan.
  918. Most kinto are made of ceramic.
  919. Most kobukusa are made of meibutsugire (also called meibutsuretsu, which literally means "named fabrics," representing cloths with certain woven patterns), or donsu (damask silk), but various materials, colors, and patterns are used.
  920. Most kojakin are disposable due to their uses, but kojakin made of cloth are sometimes washed after use so that they can be used multiple times.
  921. Most likely due to confusion, there is now a note saying 'Please do not mind the smell because no garlic is used.'
  922. Most limited express trains used to pass through this station, but now all trains on the line stop here.
  923. Most local trains of the Biwako Line run as through-trains between the JR Kyoto Line and the JR Kobe Line, but they also run as Rapid trains for stops west of Takatsuki Station (the western part of Kyoto in the morning and a midnight).
  924. Most machiyas built in the middle ages were single-story buildings.
  925. Most maeuta are usually divided into the slow parts and the fast parts and a short intermezzo 'ai no te' is inserted between them at least once.
  926. Most manors in the Kinai (the vicinal territories of the capital) and the Kyushu regions consisted of nearly equal-sized myoden fields, and each size was in the range of one to two cho (9,917 to 19,834 square meters).
  927. Most manufacturers continue the ancient hand-stretching production method.
  928. Most members of the Taira family, starting with Nii no ama (Kiyomori's wife) and Emperor Antoku, threw themselves into the sea.
  929. Most members of the delegation had danpatsu (brobbed hair) and dressed in Western style, however, Iwakura wore the topknot and dressed in wafuku (Japanese traditional clothes) when he crossed the sea.
  930. Most members were former officials of the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) and people who had been involved in the Kaiseijo (School for Western Studies).
  931. Most mizu-yokan is sold in an aluminum can or a plastic cup.
  932. Most modern citadels were also constructed in the Keicho era.
  933. Most myoden were named after a tato's name, and there were many myoden whose name sounded like a person's name across the country.
  934. Most notable among them was Koya no Fuseya that was established at Kawabe-gun in Settsu Province (Hyogo Prefecture) in 731.
  935. Most notable are foxes in the Inari-jinja shrine, deer in the Kasuga-jinja shrine, and snakes in Benzaiten.
  936. Most notable is the Yushima Seido (Sacred Hall at Yushima).
  937. Most notably, the well-known uprisings (Ikko Ikki) by Ikko sect followers, such as that in Kaga Province put pressure on the shugo daimyo and led to expanded autonomy (mainly in jurisdiction and the right to collect taxes).
  938. Most novels and books for the general public published during and after the 1980s describe Soun as 'a man who bloomed late and lived a long life' and as 'a masterless samurai who had built himself up from nothing,' with Chogoro KAIONJI's historical legend being typical.
  939. Most of "the letters written by Saicho", which were more than forty, asked Kukai to lend him Esoteric Buddhism scriptures.
  940. Most of Densho, of which Ochi-Kanze reportedly owned the largest part, was transferred to the Kanze head family.
  941. Most of Emperor Uda's grandchildren were granted the surname Genji and left the Imperial Family.
  942. Most of HONDA's movies have been released overseas.
  943. Most of Hidenobu's retainers who had survived the battle of the besieged Gifu-jo Castle were sent to the Fukushima clan.
  944. Most of Ieyoshi's sons died young, and Iesada was the only one who lived to adulthood.
  945. Most of Japanese sweets called fresh (and moist) sweets are nerigashi.
  946. Most of Kamakura Buddhism affirmed the notion of the decadent age, but in his Shobogenzo Zuimonki he wrote "I tell you now, this is completely false.
  947. Most of Korin's works do not show a definite date and the dates of most of his works are inferred from the signatures and seals on the works.
  948. Most of Maguchi (the length of the front facade of a building or frontage of a plot of land from corner to corner) in such Machiya were used by shops, and thereby a long and narrow garden called Toriniwa (unfloored walkway) was developed and then 'Roji,' a passage leading to the tea room was separately created.
  949. Most of Matsubara-dori Street today is a narrow, one-way road in the shopping district that continues across Horikawa-dori Street.
  950. Most of Mochiuji's orphans were also killed by Yoshinori in the Yuki War or in other wars.
  951. Most of Nishikujo district has belonged to Minami Ward since 1955 when the ward was established.
  952. Most of Nobumitsu's works were full of spectacular, explicit and dramatic developments.
  953. Most of Route No. 75C, and the parts of other routes, except for sections between Kami-Nara - Sannno, Tanabe Honcho - Kintetsu Shin-Tanabe, Uchizato - Nishi Iwata, operate on Kyoto prefectural road No. 22 the Yawata Kizu Line.
  954. Most of Saijiki conform to Nijushisekki (24 divisions of the old calendar) to correspond season words to seasons.
  955. Most of Sanni were resignees.
  956. Most of Sanni were retired Kannin; those who lived in Kyoto and those who were at Fifth Rank or above and lived in local provinces held full-time positions in Sanniryo, and the others alternately worked at respective Kokufu.
  957. Most of Senchado utensils are of Chinese origin, but this charyo is a utensil of Japanese origin.
  958. Most of Shijin had high motivation and studied hard, but only a few among them were able to take an appropriate official position to govern a nation and provide relief to people.
  959. Most of Vassals of Rokkaku clan were such local samurai loads that they were highly independent although they were retained.
  960. Most of Western countries had abolished the social class system and advocated equality of status.
  961. Most of Yoshiari's brothers walked the same road and their descendants were called Montoku-Genji (Minamoto clan).
  962. Most of Yoshimasa's letters from this time have been preserved and still exist today.
  963. Most of Yoshizawa's shamisen pieces (jiuta) are 'tegoto-mono,' although he also composed 'hauta' (literally, 'short songs').
  964. Most of all, his theory forms the basis of Shinran's doctrine.
  965. Most of current Shinto schools who are said to value a gesture (motion) are also considered to attach importance to 'words' in broad sense (language.)
  966. Most of danjiri that advocate teuchi perform '"u chimasho" (let's clap) don, don, "mohitotsu se" (do another one) don, don, "iwo te sando" (celebrate three times) dodon ga don.'
  967. Most of former Makino group employees of 'Toa Makino Tojiin Studio' joined the company.
  968. Most of her estate (Shichijoin estate) was inherited by FUJIWARA no Jushi.
  969. Most of hiogi today use a rivet, but in the early-modern times fans for Buddhist priests used this four-knot pivot.
  970. Most of his Kugyo life was dedicated to Emperor Reigen and Emperor Higashiyama.
  971. Most of his achievements are unknown, and his life after he and Shiki no miko (the Prince Shiki [志貴]) were granted 200 households of fuko (residential units [ko] assigned as fiefs [fu] to support top-ranking officials, temples, shrines, and royal households such as those of the queen-consort and crown prince) in 686 is unknown.
  972. Most of his collection became the possession of the National Diet Library and the library of Keio University, which was Masataro OSHIMA's alma mater.
  973. Most of his time was spent in the service of Emperor Momozono (the 116th) and Emperor Gosakuramachi (the 117th) in succession, and his official court rank culminated at Shonii Gon Dainagon (Senior Second Rank, Provisional Chief Councilor of State) and Ukone no daisho (Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  974. Most of his works called 'Yumeji shiki bijin', which show his unique sense of beauty, were painted on hanging scrolls and folding screens using Japanese painting techniques, but some images of women and landscapes were painted on canvas using oil painting techniques.
  975. Most of his works include many waka poems and such aspect characterizes these literature as being produced by a poet.
  976. Most of his works were arranged in five sections or multiple sections, and it has been said that they included elements of ordinary people's lives.
  977. Most of historians deny the first opinion.
  978. Most of inmon (words or symbols engraved on the seal) are yokoku (raised characters.)
  979. Most of it is guest space except for some work space (navigation and kitchen).
  980. Most of its Tenshu (main keep or tower), stone walls, moat, and mound were destroyed in 1935 during a government crackdown on Omoto.
  981. Most of its areas were villages in the former Counties of Kadono and Kii, which were then transferred to the former Shimogyo Ward in 1902, 1918 and 1931.
  982. Most of its book collections are related to Kyoto Prefecture, including the whole old book stocks of Torazo NINAGAWA (former governor of Kyoto Prefecture, 1897 - 1981) and Mitsukuni YOSHIDA (former director of the Museum of Kyoto, emeritus professor of Kyoto University, 1921 - 1991).
  983. Most of its duties were done by kebiishi (officials with judicial and police powers) and Shugokushi became titular in the Heian period.
  984. Most of its earlier form has straightened hilt and sword body (straight sword).
  985. Most of its flexible body is made up of muscles and can at times exert powerful strength.
  986. Most of koya-dofu currently on the market is processed with baking soda.
  987. Most of matsutake mushrooms collected in red pine woods were sold to earn cash income.
  988. Most of of them became popular with the Tendai Jodo sect in the middle of the Heian period.
  989. Most of onigiri pieces are wrapped in a sheet of dried laver, but some in different foodstuffs.
  990. Most of partially ground stone axes from the Paleolithic period in Japan, which are considered to be the oldest tools in the world, were categorized as a flake stone tool.
  991. Most of people who hadn't been informed of the circumstances expected to be able to get a large amount of reparations from Russia, but the Russian side refused to pay the reparations.
  992. Most of shochu which are warmed and drunk contain less alcohol.
  993. Most of such cases occurred when a person of Kurandonosuke (assistant official of kurodo) (who assumed the positions of Goi no kurodo and Kebiishi no suke concurrently) assumed the office of Benkan.
  994. Most of such stores return to their normal operation on around January 4th.
  995. Most of the "Taiheiki" was fiction although it described the events in almost the same period, so its value as historical material has been denied since the Meiji period.
  996. Most of the Adachi family, including Tokiaki's father Muneaki, were killed in the Shimotsuki incident in 1285.
  997. Most of the Christians in their territories converted to Buddhism or became crypto-Christians.
  998. Most of the Dojo Family, which is another family line that used the Fujiwara cognomen, also descended from the Northern House.
  999. Most of the Emperor's father's private land was given to Bifukumon in and Hachijoin, while Emperor Goshirakawa took the estate of FUJIWARA no Yorinaga to make it an estate for the retired emperor and to establish an economic base for himself.
  1000. Most of the Gassan Jinja shrines across this country have been transferred from that of Dewa sanzan.

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