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  1. Although mainstream idea in the Japanese government at that time was to protect vested preferential interests in Manchuria, he tried to establish cooperation between the Qing government, Russia, and Japan to share the benefits of Manchuria among the three countries.
  2. Although makeup used in musicals, Takarazuka Revue, etc. varies depending on the stage effects, atsugesho becomes more heavily applied as greater emphasis is placed on the stage effects.
  3. Although many Buddhist altars contain both homyo-jiku and kakocho (a family register of deaths), kakocho is an informal item to be kept in the altar's drawers in ordinary days.
  4. Although many Taiwanese staffs were employed, their opportunity of promotion to a high officer was thwarted by heavy discrimination.
  5. Although many Yoga Tantras were introduced and spread around Japan, Anuttara Yoga Tantras, which specifically dealt with sexual intercourse, were only partially introduced.
  6. Although many court ladies created their own verses, only Ishikawa no Myobu succeeded in creating the verses of this quality and in presenting the verses to the emperor.
  7. Although many cultural properties inherited by former court nobles and daimyo (domain lords) families were lost at the end of the Second World War, the Konoe family's collections are very important because they have been protected at one place by the foundation that was established early.
  8. Although many daily necessities came to be produced at plants of major companies presently, to the technique of production, the technique of traditional crafts accumulated from old times is often applied.
  9. Although many domains only allowed their han bills to be circulated within the territories, few of them could do this as thoroughly as Ako Domain did.
  10. Although many facsimiles of fudomyoo handed down to Manshu-in Temple in Kyoto, etc. stand on iwakura (dwelling place of a god, usually in reference to a large rock), this one was painted as standing on the empty sky fully on paper, because it depicted the actual scene of the state of enlightenment of Enchin.
  11. Although many foreign songs were translated for school music classes in the early Meiji period, most of them were awkward, with translated lyrics forcibly set to the music; accordingly, there was high demand for Japanese songs composed by Japanese composers.
  12. Although many historians were in favor of Seki's opinion, Kojiro NAOKI suggested another opinion; according to it, Kai no Yusha had served as a personal follower of Fukei since before the war, because it was too short time since the dispatch of the messengers on July 29, 672 until the battles in August.
  13. Although many of Tameyoshi's children died while being embroiled in Hogen War and Heiji War, some of them survived including Koreyoshi.
  14. Although many of the pupils were warriors and Buddhist priests, merchants, and artisans accounted for 10 to 20% of all the pupils.
  15. Although many of them were philanthropic publications made through the use of authority and financial power, later townspeople also started publishing imprints such as Saga-bon.
  16. Although many participants drank heavily and vomited, only FUJIWARA no Korehira could keep cool.
  17. Although many people are personally involved in a specific religion or religious school, Japanese people do not have a strong sense of religion as a whole, and the majority are substantially close to having none.
  18. Although many people associate Akudaikan with this line, this has not been really used often in period dramas.
  19. Although many pre-ritual events take place, Yabusame, a Shinto religious horseback archery ceremony is famous among them.
  20. Although many products were decorated with makie (Japanese lacquer sprinkled with gold or silver powder) or mokuga (wood painting) in the past in order to show the status of wealthy people, simple products which emphasized tone quality rather than decorations gradually increased since the era of Yamada Kengyo.
  21. Although many shrines today display Shimenawa (a sacred rice-straw rope) as the object of worship, there are also sacred trees, rocks, forests, or even lakes and waterfalls within or outside the same shrines as the object of worship.
  22. Although many temples exist in the Tera (temple)-machi as exemplified by its name, there are no kimono shops (Gofuku) or dye shops (Koya) in Gofuku-machi and Koya-machi which were named after such shops.
  23. Although many varieties of sakamai had been developed in Yamagata Prefecture since the old times, partly due to the decline of Kame no o for a certain period, Iwate Prefecture lacked a unique sakamai of its own and was obliged to rely on supplies from other prefectures.
  24. Although many were constructed in Honmaru as Tenshu were, some were constructed in Ninomaru (outer citadel) as Gosankai Yagura in Tokushima-jo Castle and Mito-jo Castle were.
  25. Although many yaguras stood in castles until the Meiji period, most of them were lost by demolition compliance with the order, fire, war and so on.
  26. Although many yorishiro roles have decreased importance as a representative of a divine spirit, there are still some reminders of the roles of old yorishiro, such as beautifully attired little children or dolls on a float stage and other ornaments decorated as substitutes of yorishiro.
  27. Although many 牢人 were killed in the Siege of Osaka, the number of 牢人 increased because the bukufu continued abolishing daimyo and it is said that the number reached 500,000 towards the end of Iemitsu TOKUGAWA's life.
  28. Although marginal records of the tax have been found from Mino Province and Tosa Province, in other areas the tax was almost never conducted due to the influence of the North Court and the Muromachi bakufu.
  29. Although master Eison advocated the propagation to the people, he knew he was not good with it and focused on the relief on "Hinin" who was thought to be the most unrelieved presence for Buddhism at that time, handing off that role to Ninsho.
  30. Although masters choose their successors when they die, the successors have not necessarily attained enlightenment by that time, but that fact is only known to the master and the successor himself.
  31. Although measures aiming to maintain or restructure the Ritsuryo system were repeatedly implemented during the period from late 8th century to 9th century, peasants were increasingly split into a large majority of peasants in poverty and a small minority of wealthy peasants (wealthy peasants class).
  32. Although media reports solely emphasized the raise in the fare, passengers who use the taxis after 11:00 p.m. are supposed to enjoy the benefits of a slight reduction in fare.
  33. Although men had originally been placed as sovereigns in Yamatai, 70 to 80 years after the establishment of the state, which was during the Guanghe period (178 to 184) of the Emperor Ling in Han, political instability took hold.
  34. Although men's fukusa basami are somewhat bigger and use cold colors while women's fukusa basami are relatively smaller and use warm colors, their shapes and their purposes of use are almost the same.
  35. Although men's kobukusa generally use green and purple as well as other cold colors and women's kobukusa use warm colors, rules of kobukusa colors are less strict than fukusa; moreover, some kobukusa can be used by both men and women depending on colors and patterns.
  36. Although merchants, Jusaburo HIRANOYA (?) and Hanbei SENBEIYA ?) were raised to a samurai class when Shigetomi OHARA left Kyoto for Edo as an Imperial Envoy in May of the same year (old calendar), and they had attended to him, they had a bad reputation for accepting bribery and embezzlement.
  37. Although metal-made cars of the 920 series of type 72 and cars fully converted into metal-made cars were on par with Hanshin 7801 series cars, the quality of cars became substantially inferior to those of other lines in general.
  38. Although military aristocrats worked on establishment of subordinate-superior relationships with locally powerful individuals, the foundation of their existence was after all in central politics.
  39. Although mint output at the founding days was 70,000 kan annually, it grew gradually and at the time of the Shenzong Dynasty (1067 to 1085) it reached 6,000,000 kan.
  40. Although mixed bathing was banned under the 'Ban on Mixed Bathing' in 1791, and later under the Tempo Reforms, the ban wasn't always observed.
  41. Although miyako-bushi scale was later introduced into some instruments for the traditional Japanese music, gakuso still uses ritsu scale in its tuning.
  42. Although mizutaki is often said to have its origin in a local dish of Hakata, hot pot of chicken had existed nationwide from the Edo period, and became popular as chicken pot (fowl cooked in a flat pan) from the Meiji period.
  43. Although mobs attacked them again and again on their way from Seoul special city to Incheon Metropolitan City and their casualties increased, they finally got out of trouble and escaped to Nagasaki with the help of a British survey ship.
  44. Although modern international law including "Bankoku Koho" was known to governmental officials and intellectuals, those who did not become the majority in a short period of time in China.
  45. Although money was produced during the Edo period, kokudaka sei was maintained.
  46. Although more than 130 years have passed since then, the judgment of whether eating beef is considered 'traditional' depends upon the person.
  47. Although most Buddhist halls called 'Daishi-do' enshrine Kukai (Kobo Daishi) (774 - 835) who was the founder of the Shingon sect, there are some halls called 'Daishido' which enshrine Enchin (Chisho Daishi) and Ryogen (Gensan Daishi, Jikei Daishi).
  48. Although most Ema (a votive wooden plaque) deteriorates easily as they are hung on the walls of shrines and temples, this painting remains in a good shape as it was removed from the Shrine in early stage and preserved well.
  49. Although most manufacturers use machines, some still keep producing the ancient hand-stretched somen.
  50. Although most miyagata to which shinsatsu are offered have one or three spots into which they are put, some large-sized kamidana have more than five or seven.
  51. Although most nobles were given sinecures in the new government, he had an extraordinary career.
  52. Although most of "The Tale of Genji" was written by Murasaki Shikibu, it has long been asserted that a portion of the tale was written by another person.
  53. Although most of members of Wakae Hachinin-shu were originally military commanders who served Yasunaga MIYOSHI as his retainers, they came to serve Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI, who was a prospective successor of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, personally chosen by Hideyoshi himself.
  54. Although most of the 9-4- and 9-8-model scabbards were made of iron, they were too heavy for battlefields and gradually replaced with wooden ones covered with leather.
  55. Although most of the articles have been excavated in Tohoku region, some has been discovered in the Korean Peninsula.
  56. Although most of the family's territory was mountains and hills, they established the greatest influence in the Izu Peninsula since they had Makinogo, a famous meadow of Izu, and a lot of good horses.
  57. Although most of the mounds remained during the Meiji period, in the Taisho period, many parts of Odoi were dismantled in order to develop residential lands because the urban area grew larger.
  58. Although most of the survived samurai in Kumano were ruled by the Horiuchi clan.
  59. Although most of the unearthed kanin are from the Warring States period and some of their engravings are not decipherable, there are some seals carved with government posts of the period, such as 'Shiba,' 'Shito,' and '司工.'
  60. Although most of them were collected after the war, quite a few Japanese soldiers who fought in the war brought back low-priced notes so the currency was relatively obtainable.
  61. Although most of them were stretches in the later days and had no actual relationship between master and disciple, this shows the influence of Masamune's Soshu den in various regions.
  62. Although most of these sangaku are not based on the traditional Japanese wasan, this cultural trend itself is interesting anyway in that it shows Japanese people's liking for mathematics.
  63. Although most present Japanese use towels and handkerchiefs in their life it does not mean that Tenugui towels have died out.
  64. Although most takai-kan advocated in Japan came from China, there are some differences between the two.
  65. Although most taxi companies use their own wireless systems, taxi companies are divided into several groups to avoid interference in large cities.
  66. Although much of the Imperial property of ancient times remains unknown, some remains as miyake (Imperial-controlled territory), mikuriya (manors and powerful shrines of the Imperial family), and so on.
  67. Although much of the fukujinzuke in the market had been colored by artificial colors of clear red, recently uncolored brown fukujinzuke is rather preferred.
  68. Although multi-storey pagoda architecture also include Nanajunoto (Seven-storey pagoda), Kujunoto (Nine-storey pagoda), and Jusanjunoto (Thirteen-storey pagoda) (mostly limited to odd numbers), wooden Nanajunoto or Kujunoto do not exit.
  69. Although multi-storey pagoda architecture also includes Nanajunoto (Seven-storey pagoda), Kujunoto (Nine-storey pagoda), and Jusanjunoto (Thirteen-storey pagoda) (mostly limited to odd numbers), wooden Nanajunoto or Kujunoto does not exist.
  70. Although named as kodachijutu, it does not mean an art using a kodachi (small sword).
  71. Although naming a child, regardless of sex, a name ending with 'ko (子) or (古)' was not unusual in ancient Japan, today it is only common for female names.
  72. Although natural lactic acid bacteria are used in certain cases, it is often added.
  73. Although nearly all monks (temples) at Mount Koya provide training of the Chuin school, there are also some monks who studied under other schools and teaches other teachings to the monks if requested.
  74. Although neither Shinbutsu Bunrirei nor Taikyo Senbu aimed boycotting Buddhism, both of them eventually gave rise to a civil movement called the Haibutsu-kishaku Movement (the Movement of Haibutsu).
  75. Although nets are not used, and the size of the court is not prescribed, a failure to hit Hane is regarded as a loss, and a failing player receives a penalty of putting an X mark on the face with India ink.
  76. Although netsuke in the early Edo period was usually simple, not only its practical utility but also its ornamentation became more highly valued over time, and it became explosively popular in the mid-Edo period.
  77. Although news films and cultural films were mainly screened at this theater, pseudo-television show using Eidophor was also played.
  78. Although no Haniwa (unglazed terra-cotta cylinders and hollow sculptures arranged on and around the mounded tombs or kofun) is found there, some fuki-ishi (stones covering an old tomb) still remain.
  79. Although no Tozama daimyo (a daimyo who did not belong to the Tokugawa group before the Battle of Sekigahara) could become Roju, it seems that some Tozama daimyo became 'Negai daimyo' (who was allowed to become a Fudai daimyo from a Tozama daimyo) and then became Roju.
  80. Although no accurate records remain, ice is considered to have been kept cool in caves or a hole dug into the earth and covered, for example, with a thatch-roofed hut.
  81. Although no banana appears in this story, the facts that the name of Iwanagahime includes "Iwa" (rock), in other word, stone, and rejecting her resulted in short life are reasons that this story was regarded as a variation of the banana type myth.
  82. Although no biography of Hamanari has been handed down, some insist that he is the very same person with INBE no Hironari who wrote "Kogo shui" (Gleanings of Old Words).
  83. Although no data for the population in the latter Edo period is available, it is supposed that the population in Yamashiro Province was in the consistent decline and the population in Kyoto also went falling to the 200,000 level.
  84. Although no ground-level data observed is available, it is considered, based on analyses of images observed with satellites, that Enkai shu (Russian maritime provinces) and Sakhalin in Russia also constitutes a kosa-passing route.
  85. Although no historical sources have been found in Japan to confirm the attack on Silla, it was true that the appearance of Bokkai caused the tension between Japan and Silla.
  86. Although no one had attempted to closely study this Amanosakahoko (perhaps because of a sense of awe) since the ancient times, there is an anecdote that Ryoma SAKAMOTO, one of the patriots in the closing days of the Tokugawa shogunate, was bold enough to pull it out when he visited Mt. Takachiho-no-mine.
  87. Although no one had been punished when they killed or injured someone by car or ox-drawn carriage, Kujigata-osadamegaki provided that it was subject to deportation.
  88. Although no one paid their respects to him and he had been feeling apprehensive due to his being short of money, he was living in the capital while raising Oigimi and Naka no Kimi with much affection.
  89. Although no one requested it ('Towazugatari' literally means "a tale nobody asked for"), Lady Nijo wrote her autobiographical tale as she served as Emperor Gofukakusa's lady-in-waiting from the age of 14 (1271) to around 49 (1306).
  90. Although no reliable record has been found, "Nihonkoki" (Later Chronicle of Japan) suggested that Prince Tsuneyo was given the title of Imperial Prince on this occasion and awarded the rank of Sanbon (the third rank of the Imperial Princess's ranks).
  91. Although no relic is found there, it is presumed that from the shape of the sekkan, the tumulus was constructed in the era from towards the end of the seventh century to the early eighth century.
  92. Although no specification existed legislatively, they were appointed by an Imperial order or an Imperial rescript, and were involved in making the highest-level decisions in the nation, responding to inquiries from the emperor, including the recommendation of a new prime minister when a cabinet was reshuffled.
  93. Although no subsequent activities are recorded in the Nihonshoki regarding MIYAKE no Iwatoko, troops were deployed from Ise Province on separate accounts, leading to the belief that they played a role in the military.
  94. Although no such a title was provided for Akifusa MANABE in the next generation, he possessed more power than Roju accutually.
  95. Although none of his works still exist, a copy of Enen's nidoshi (two children) exists today as a part of the drawing of Fudomyoo owned by Daigo-ji Temple.
  96. Although none of the Emperors, Junna, Ninmyo, and Gosanjo, is a son of the former emperor, in the imperial edicts, they declare that the Imperial Throne was handed down according to the law that Emperor Tenchi established for the first time.
  97. Although none of the Imperial Family members were injured, after this incident, the central part of the veranda of Chowa den Hall was covered by bulletproof glass.
  98. Although not Unshu mikan, "Iyokan" (Citrus Iyo) is famous country wide.
  99. Although not a historic artifact, the Kasa-yan memorial monument also stands within the area.
  100. Although not abolished by law, the Ryosei system rapidly became obsolete, especially with being excluded from place-name writing, and on the contrary, prefecture system was rapidly established.
  101. Although not all of them were forged documents, some were.
  102. Although not as a student but as a hangan of the envoys to Tang China, Hironari, who had traveled across several countries for six years, was one of the best intellectuals in Japan in those days and appointed an important position from the Imperial Court.
  103. Although not as active as indigo dyeing, there are some schools which offer lessons on how to breed silk worms and how they live, through videos as part of the overall curriculum, in order to teach the history of Fukuchiyama and silk worms, much like indigo dyeing.
  104. Although not associated with the trade issue mentioned above, there were some people who ended up staying overseas after being shipwrecked due to bad weather.
  105. Although not based on a written material of history, there is a theory that holds that Aritsuna's wife was a daughter of Yoshitsune and a sister of the brothers of Tsugunobu SATO and Tadanobu SATO, who was born during their stay in Hiraizumi, judging from the brothers' enthusiastic devotion to Yoshitsune.
  106. Although not being located in such a high place, the Honmaru is supposed to have had a high military value because spring water was available even at the height of 7 go-me (70% of the height of the mountain)
  107. Although not confirmed whether true or not, Masakazu came under suspicion of misusing ten thousand ryo of public funds in his later years, but the matter was dropped after the helpful intervention of Tadakatsu SAKAI (lord of Obama Domain in Wakasa Province), Naotaka II and Tadaoki HOSOKAWA.
  108. Although not designated as cultural properties, the Shin-den has sliding partition paintings created by Insho DOMOTO.
  109. Although not even a single soldier of reinforcement troops of the Mori clan came, provisions had been supplied.
  110. Although not her birth child, she served as a guardian of Keijuin, who was the lawful wife of seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") Yoshiharu ASHIKAGA.
  111. Although not higher school under the old system, Gakushuin also included an institution of primary education.
  112. Although not highly appreciated for its appearance, such sake is not necessarily bad tasting in general.
  113. Although not many reports about Prince were kept, "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) said that he was killed because he was very close with Prince Anahobe when MONONOBE no Moriya tried to ascend to the throne.
  114. Although not many, some manuscripts were made.
  115. Although not originating from India or China, Roku Jizo (six Jizo Bodhisattva) which are allocated in each Rokudo, were enshrined throughout Japan in the 11th century and widely worshipped by ordinary people.
  116. Although not saying want to be invited, a tousled flower can be seen under the grass.
  117. Although not specified in the articles, votes were signed.
  118. Although not strictly a dish, sake served with pufferfish parts inside is also widely known.
  119. Although not to the same degree as Amazake (sweet mild sake), it has a shiny texture like that of a degummed silk cloth and takes the form of a sticky paste or a rice porridge-like substance.
  120. Although not unshu mikan, Decopon (Tangerine) that Kumamoto Prefecture Fruit Association has a registered trade name for is famous.
  121. Although not verified, Souja-futagoyama tumulus in Maebashi City, Gunma Prefecture was considered as a possible mausoleum of Toyokiiribikono-mikoto, where a grave keeper had reportedly been placed until 1870.
  122. Although not very much about the details of his youth are known, he became a priest at Oyama-dera Temple (Isehara City), a branch temple that belonged to Kogi Shingon (Old Shingon) sect in Sagami Province (Isehara City, Kanagawa Prefecture), in his twenty-second year in 1739.
  123. Although not well known, the founder is a disciple of 'Hosokawa' (i.e., third generation of 'Masutani').
  124. Although not written by a Japanese, the words 'Over the mountains, too far to travel, people say, happiness dwells' in the poem by Carl BUSSE describing the view of Japanese Sangaku-shinko faith.
  125. Although nothing else about him is described in Nihonshoki, it is believed that he was a member of the royal family of Paekche (a kingdom in early Korea) because his age of death and the location of his burial are recorded in Nihonshoki.
  126. Although numerous commentaries have been published, some of them make the mistake of interpreting the original intension of Hannya Shingyo, so that Buddhist scholars sound the alarm.
  127. Although oban was the oldest military organization, the social standing was lower than koshogumi and shoinban which were called "ryoban."
  128. Although of peasant status, such individuals held regional power, were appointed as village officials (eg. headman) at the lowest end of the ruling structure, or their children were used as common foot soldier by the Satsuma clan.
  129. Although officially the hoko-suzu, a dagger with bells attached, is used, it may be substituted for kagura-suzu, or kagura bells.
  130. Although ojo that appear in animated cartoons are also called hime, such use is inappropriate because the title of hime is also used for daughters of daimyo (Japanese feudal lord), the rank of which is lower than ojo.
  131. Although okonomiyaki shops are generally family run, it is noteworthy that many are run by widows or women who have retired from the liquor trade.
  132. Although old works do not exist because they were painted on dirt mounds with colored sand, this practice still remains in Tibet as part of ascetic training on the occasion of rites or festivals.
  133. Although on April 4, he arrived at Taiwan, within the same day he was transferred to the 12th Company for the Defense of Taiwan.
  134. Although on December 8, Shogun Yoriie showed the letter of covenant to Kagetoki, expecting his explanation, Kagetoki made no excuse and went back to his manor in Ichinomiya, Sagami Province with his clan.
  135. Although on its early stage, the both Yuhitsu were up against each other, later the system selecting Oku-yuhitsu out of Omote-yuhitsu was established and the separation was settled.
  136. Although once he escaped to Take no uchi's grave, he presented himself with his armor on, according to the order of the emperor.
  137. Although once it had been devastated, Emperor Sakuramachi gave a stage for Noh which had been placed in the Imperial Palace, and Ukimi-do was repaired.
  138. Although once some people spoke on 'farming in the Jomon period' on the basis of this, we can at least safely say from this that gathering root and stalk held the important position in lives of people in the Jomon period.
  139. Although one may insist that the multiple parallel fermentation is carried out as the process includes the adding of the sake rice malt, it is in fact brew as in the case of beer.
  140. Although one of the episodes mentioned that there were transcripts described in Japanese script and in Roman script, a lack of materials makes it difficult to make researches on the issue of the process of establishing each transcript.
  141. Although one or two of such a get-together party followed, Kenshi did not attend.
  142. Although one person takes care of one delivery area in normal seasons, in December sometimes the person manages the delivery routes of normal mail in the post office and part-time workers deliver mail outside the office.
  143. Although one theory has it that the spirit having possessed Nao DEGUCHI was not only Ushitora no Konjin, but also a number of other possessing spirits including Kunitakehiko no mikoto, it is now acknowledged that this is wrong and it was nothing but a rumor at the time.
  144. Although only Benkan and Shi put their signatures to the documents, such documents were recognized and treated as documents reflecting the emperor's intents.
  145. Although only a few Renga attributed to Sokan remain, the anthology of Haikairenga "Inu Tsukubashu," compiled in the earliest stage of the prevalence of Haikairenga, introduces Sokan's masterpieces.
  146. Although only buildings were registered initially, the amendment of the Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties in 2004 expanded the system to include tangible cultural properties other than architectural structures.
  147. Although only everyday items and far from being what are known as 'jotemono' (refined art), they have a simple yet powerful charm which is suitable for wabicha (literally, "poverty tea style").
  148. Although only nui worth up to 250 kan of silver was permitted in 1686, all cloth worth 250 kan of silver or more was banned to sell in 1689 and adding luster to silk by waxing was also prohibited.
  149. Although only some representative and famous kinds of miso are listed above, miso are produced all over the country.
  150. Although opinions about who was the first generation head of the school vary depending on materials, Rokuro Jiro Nagayoshi SHUNDO, who served the Hatakeyama family, is placed at the first generation on a family tree.
  151. Although opinions vary on the accurate numbers of the armies, it is said that the Toyotomi army numbered around 80,000 soldiers, whereas the Shimazu army numbered 35,000.
  152. Although original meaning of Virupaksa in Sanskrit was 'the one who has various eyes' or 'the one who has awkward eyes,' such meaning was stretched to 'extraordinary eyes that have particular abilities' and was eventually interpreted as second sight and translated as "komoku (wide eyes)."
  153. Although originally the Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa's faction and the Emperor Nijo's faction cooperated to defeat Shinzei, after defeating Shinzei, there was no reason to cooperate and their solidarity began to deteriorate.
  154. Although originally the way to wear mo was following the same way as to wear skirts, it changed from the middle of the Heian period and they started to drag the long hem of mo.
  155. Although oshibori are usually served to customers for them to wipe their hands, they are sometimes used to wipe body parts other than hands.
  156. Although other chancellors of those days had customarily resigned in about five years, he remained in office for an exceptionally long period.
  157. Although other members of Shinsengumi were given rewards for this achievement, Yamazaki's name was not on the list.
  158. Although overall the text used as 'the original text' is as it was before being revised, there are some parts using the text after the revisions and the policy is inconsistent.
  159. Although paddy fields should have basically been supplied as handen, fields with no water supply available were sometimes supplied because paddy fields available were limited.
  160. Although paradoxical it is, this ordinance of chikusen-shorei (encouragement to save money) is considered to have been issued in order to promote circulation of the currency.
  161. Although pardoned in September of the following year, Nariyuki subsequently never participated in government by the Imperial Court.
  162. Although part of Ukyo-ku Ward, Kyoto City, the surrounding area contains no signs of human habitation with the exception of the temple, which can only be reached by ascending the mountain path on foot from Kiyotaki at the foot of the mountain for one and half hour.
  163. Although part of the scraps have been conserved on the community hall premises, the removal of the airport also meant that one more item which represented the war was lost.
  164. Although paying attention to changes in political power is not always considered to be as suitable as it is for history, it is often used as a reference point.
  165. Although peace returned to the world, his desire to go back to his country did not stop.
  166. Although people have tried to classify the types of manzai in consideration of such patterns, the classifications are just used to facilitate the description of each manzai and never become established as genres.
  167. Although people picked and used wild wasabi in the old days, the villagers of what is now Utogi, Aoi Ward, Shizuoka City, started to cultivate wasabi in the Edo period.
  168. Although people were required to be in full western dress in official events at the Imperial Court at that time, Emperor Meiji allowed Imperial Prince Takahito, who refused to wear Western-style clothes throughout his life, to attend events in Sokutai (traditional Japanese formal court dress) as an exception.
  169. Although people, who had not lived in Yanaka Village, also moved to such towns at that time, the measures of the movement and acceptance had been originally to relieve the ex-residents of Yanaka Village.
  170. Although period dramas depict as if Okappiki had always carried jitte (short one hook truncheon), in fact, they could not officially carry it, and they lent it only when necessary.
  171. Although personnel aren't allocated to this station, the sale of coupon tickets and 'one-day open tickets for Arashiyama' is consigned to a shop located in front of the station, since the station is near to JR Saga-Arashiyama Station and relatively large numbers of tourists use this station.
  172. Although persons in wheelchairs can move to the platform for outbound trains through a ramp beside the ticket checkers and to the rear of the platform for inbound trains through the entrance to the Transportation Section, it's impossible for them to move to the commuter ticket sales office and/or the toilets.
  173. Although persons like merchants or farmers were not allowed officially to possess their family names, there were many examples where family names handed down from the era before the Edo period were used privately.
  174. Although playing minshingaku was restricted during the Sino-Japanese War, minteki (shinteki) was favored by young people until Taisho period because of its major scale.
  175. Although policies about muyaku-yashiki (houses which were exempt from taxes) varied depending on towns, it was decided that all muyaku-yashiki were excluded from the calculation of the amount of the Myogakin in 1796.
  176. Although policy which was advantageous for influential families had been conducted from Fuyutsugo to Mototsune, Emperor Uda promoted the control of such families and protected the peasants.
  177. Although popular music around that time is sometimes categorized as 'enka,' it intrinsically has unique musical characteristics harmoniously combining all of musical elements of enka, kayo kyoku, and vocal music, so it cannot be identical with enka music.
  178. Although powdered Kobucha whose main ingredient is umami-chomiryo (good taste seasoning) is popular at present, square Kobucha of two centimeters is increasingly popular combined with the good taste of konbu soup stock.
  179. Although private lands were also objects for imposition of kanmotsu (tribute goods paid as taxes or tithes), the national land tax, feudal lords obtained the recognition of kokuga to the right to collect profit personally and the term of jishi referred to this personal profit.
  180. Although privatization of rice fields was approved by kokuga (provincial government office compounds), the definition of rights was unclear; therefore, kaihatsu-ryoshu donated their reclaimed lands as shoen (private estates) to Juryoso (career provincial official class) as shoen (manors).
  181. Although products made of a base metal such as brass and iron are also called silver kanzashi, such products were not so common as silver products.
  182. Although professional nagauta players could continue to play the instruments to the accompaniment of kabuki and for other occasions, giving shamisen lessons in town, so-called 'music teachers in your town' (similar to private music lessons held at the teacher's house today), was banned.
  183. Although provincial constables or manor lords gave instruction in farming before the Muromachi period, a position of professional instructor of farming techniques was set up for the first time in the Muromachi period.
  184. Although quenching in oil reduces failure, it is not suitable for modern swords that are meant to become a work of art because it cannot achieve a fine Hamon (blade pattern), apart from its sharpness.
  185. Although quite a few of his explications have been pointed out as strange or even far-fetched, his work was long used as a theoretical framework for kaidan tales.
  186. Although ranking the highest among the women of O-oku, they are believed to have wielded little influence within Ooku, due to the lack of opportunity to influence the shogunate's policy on court nobility or due to the fact that the shogun's wife had little power.
  187. Although rare, Kanzashi were also made from crane bone for good luck.
  188. Although rarely seen today, people broiling fish on a wire sheet over shichirin (earthen charcoal brazier) were frequently seen in many Japanese households until the mid Showa period.
  189. Although rarely seen, such phenomena were actually observed in Japan as well as in the northern part of China.
  190. Although rather old related documents state he succeeded shugoshiki after his father died in 1473, today it is clear the death of Toyoyuki was earlier than the death of Noriyuki.
  191. Although rebuilt by Harusato MATSUDAIRA, it is a faithful reconstruction of the teahouse of which Enshu KOBORI was fond based on drawings made before the fire took place.
  192. Although receiving reinforcements from the Amago clan, Nobuzane TAKEDA, lord of the castle temporarily fled to Wakasa Province.
  193. Although recommended as Shungu no daibu (Chief Officer of the Crown Prince's palace), Sanesuke declined the offer for the reason that he was getting too old for the job.
  194. Although recommended as a Living National Treasure and a member of the Japan Art Academy, he declined them as well.
  195. Although recommended, it does not mean that a hyperlipidemia patient may eat eggs as many as he wants, and it is not desirable at least to eat it in the same manner as usual.
  196. Although reconstructed, the station house is an attractive Japanese-style one.
  197. Although reconstruction was permitted in the Edo Period, few of the priests that left Negoro did return.
  198. Although records of the fact that he was engaged in painting around 1473 are existent, no paintings by Sotan have been discovered so far except for the fusuma-e of Yotokuin in Daitoku-ji Temple which Sokei, his son, completed based on what Sotan left unfinished.
  199. Although records tell that Mitsuharu was a younger cousin of Mitsuhide AKECHI, announcement as 'Mitsuharu' has not been found in historical records.
  200. Although red adzuki beans are better for eating than black-eyed peas, the former could be regarded as inauspicious since it might easily crack in body (or peel), which would remind one of seppuku (suicide by disembowelment), so that black-eyed peas may be used instead of adzuki beans, especially in the Kanto region.
  201. Although regularly curved stone axes also appeared with the stone axes based on the technique for cutting by rubbing, it is in the end of the middle Jomon period that these stone axes had regular shape with wide diffusion and a large amount of excavation.
  202. Although rewritten in several portions, the calligraphy is powerful and the configurations are clearly visible.
  203. Although right after the introduction the guns were used for hunting, soon they started to be used in battle.
  204. Although road numbers and their designated sections have rapidly changed over the years, sections and places where Kaido routes have not changed remarkably has resulted in many people feeling a warm affection for Kaido names.
  205. Although roofs are thought to have been thatched most often with reed, kaya (Torreya nucifera) and other plant stalks, there were many roofs covered with soil or grass as well.
  206. Although rotensho could be one solution for aging societies, societies where the gap between rich and poor is widening, and those with employment issues, there is no trend yet towards rethinking this as a society.
  207. Although roughly categorized as using the plain type of soup, Tsuruhashi serves a unique well-seasoned soup using duck.
  208. Although roughly identical in age as Sue pottery, Haji pottery is an evolved form of Yayoi type pottery and therefore is extremely difficult to determine from which type Haji pottery started.
  209. Although ryome (a weighed value) was consistently 10 Ryo (44 monme, approximately 165g) except for those made after 1860, a carat (content of gold) fluctuated over time.
  210. Although sake brewing had been popular in Kochi Prefecture, it depended on areas outside the prefecture for supplies of sakamai.
  211. Although sake is ordinarily used only in the last stage of the three-stage brewing of kijoshu sake (called "nihonshu dome"), more luxurious methods of using sake instead of water through all stages of brewing are also being studied.
  212. Although sakekasu originating from sake production is typically used, kobore-ume (mirin lees) may also be added.
  213. Although seaborne traffic (marine transport) had been developed in Japan, transport of men and freight was increasing.
  214. Although sekihan rice is now prepared for fortunate events, in the old days it was eaten in unfortunate incidents (=>"Hare and Ke" (the dichotomy of sacred and profane)).
  215. Although seldom seen today, the tofu seller blow a bugle when carrying tofu on his sales route, mainly in the Kanto region.
  216. Although several fragments of an old manuscript exist that are believed to date from the late Kamakura period, the text is strikingly different from the Imperial Household Archive version.
  217. Although several genealogies show that he called himself Kojiro CHIBA in Chiba County, Shimousa Province, the truth is unknown.
  218. Although several names have been mentioned as the author of the work from long ago, the author's true identity remains unknown.
  219. Although several people named 'Motokage' appear in materials on the Kagawa clan, here we describe the person who was active around Tenbun era (1532-1554) and considered to be the father of Yukikage KAGAWA.
  220. Although she accompanied her husband to his place of work in Sagami Province, their married life broke down, and they divorced soon after returning to Kyoto in 1024.
  221. Although she and Emishi loved each other, she became a consort to Emperor Sushun by Umayado's ploy and she was almost assassinated by the hand of Umayado himself.
  222. Although she and Hideyori were cousins, they are reported to have been very happily married.
  223. Although she became a wife of Imperial Prince Ate (later Emperor Heizei), she died of illness in 794 that fell on the year of the transfer of national capital to the city of Heian-kyo.
  224. Although she continued her performance activities according to his last wish, she came under a blistering attack from the theatrical circles and journalism.
  225. Although she did not recite, a woman called Tayu-san existed in Shimabara.
  226. Although she does not appear in "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), she appear in the story of Okuninushi (chief god of Izumo in southern Honshu Island, Japan, and the central character in the important cycle of myths set in that region) in "Kojiki" (Records of Ancient Matters).
  227. Although she entered the priesthood after her father died, not only did she succeed her parent's enormous legacy and most of their manor, but also she was asked to raise Crown Prince and Emperor Nijo, (later called Emperor Nijo), and became foster mother of Emperor Nijo's half younger brother, Prince Mochihito.
  228. Although she gave birth to the second daughter, Manjuhime, in August 1761, the daughter died at the age of 13.
  229. Although she had a daughter, Imperial Princess Kinshi, she did not have a son so she adopted Inshi's son, Imperial Prince Atsugimi, who later became Emperor Daigo.
  230. Although she had an older brother who became a priest, and an aunt who got married to Kokushu (head of provincial governors), she could not expect financial aid, and lived in a dilapidated house with old court ladies.
  231. Although she is known as "Ichiyo HIGUCHI," she used different pen names for different purposes: Natsuko for poetry, Ichiyo (usually without a family name) for novels and Numako ASAKANO and Shikako KASUGANO for novels for newspapers.
  232. Although she is often called 'Akashi no Ue' by mistake, she is never called 'Ue' in the story because she is a concubine of humble origin.
  233. Although she left Somonka (romantic exchange of poems) in the form of question and answer with many men, such poems may be just an expression of her intimacy with them in the style of love poems, or these poems may not be based on her actual experiences.
  234. Although she lost her father at an early age, she entered the Imperial court, placed with her family's hope for restoration, and her mother, who followed her husband's will, tried hard to get her into the court.
  235. Although she loved Prince Umayado, she was afraid of his supernatural power and agonized that she couldn't treat him like other children.
  236. Although she married into Emperor Sushun, she died after the assassination of Emperor Sushun.
  237. Although she plays the innocent in front of her husband, she lives for her food and is also a heavy drinker, so when she sees some food, she licks her lips and takes a big bite into it like a dog.
  238. Although she receives a marriage proposal from Kaoru, she becomes Niou no Miya's lawful wife.
  239. Although she resembles her father and looks charming and friendly, she is not educated enough due to her upbringing and is an extremely fast-speaker.
  240. Although she retired, her political influence was still there.
  241. Although she stood in high favor with Emperor Kiritsubo, she died due to sickness when Genji was three years old.
  242. Although she suffered discrimination, as she was a female child born between a German and a Japanese and one of the very few mixed children at that time, she received a good treatment of the lord of Uwajima Domain, Munenari DATE.
  243. Although she tried to make a shelter on the beach, she went into labor before she could completely thatch the roof with waterfowl feathers which she used instead of the usual grass.
  244. Although she was Kaoru's lover, she continued to turn down his marriage proposals to the very end.
  245. Although she was a beautiful woman with a thin figure and a fair skin, she had never got married until she died, and was not interested in anything at all except her accomplishments in dancing.
  246. Although she was a cultivated and elegant lady, she becomes a vengeful spirit and curses Genji's wives and ladies due to both love and resentment for Genji.
  247. Although she was a descendant of a lower-ranking noble, she rose to a high dignified position, becoming the first wife of Kanpaku (chief adviser to the Emperor) and a mother of Chugu (the second consort of an emperor), and moreover, TAKASHINA no Naritada was raised to Junii being given the title of a chieftain, Ason.
  248. Although she was a former Imperial family member, there was only Takako among Michinaga's daughters who married a 'Tadabito' (non imperial family or non kugyo (the top court officials)).
  249. Although she was conferred the court rank of Nihon (the second court rank for Imperial Prince/Princess) in 1074 by Emperor Shirakawa, her nephew, she declined.
  250. Although she was given the cold shoulder by Hitachi no suke, Chujo no kimi brought up Ukifune with great care hoping her good match since Ukifune was particularly pretty among Chujo no kimi's many children and came from a line of noble family.
  251. Although she was loved by the Emperor as deeply as mentioned above, the rumor that FUJIWARA no Michimasa committed adultery with Imperial Princess Toshi was spread in 1016 when she came back from Ise to Kyoto.
  252. Although she was married to Masatsuna MATSUDAIRA for a while, she was soon taken back to Ieyasu.
  253. Although she was not able to become Nyogo (lady in waiting) because of her low social standing, Emperor Goshirakawa had a much greater affection for her than he did for the other Empresses.
  254. Although she was not given official permission to entitle as a Nyogo (a high-ranking lady in the court, or a consort of an emperor), she was called Gion no nyogo or Shirakawa dono after the places where she lived.
  255. Although she was not more prominent than Okurakyo-no-tsubone, Aeba no Tsubone was one of women who played an active part in the Osaka-jo Castle.
  256. Although she was quiet and honest, her way of thinking was hilariously old-fashioned and formal, so she exposed her naiveness.
  257. Although she was said to have poisoned the husband, in reality she dedicated herself to take care of her husband, and this account was nothing but dramatized to make the image of 'evil woman' prevalent at the time.
  258. Although she was the daughter of Kanrei (shogunal deputy) Katsumoto HOSOKAWA, since she was terribly plain-looking, she became a nun at Ryuan-ji Temple, which her father constructed.
  259. Although she was twelve years older than her husband, Emperor Enyu, they seemed to have had a good relationship, although they did not have any children and lost a powerful guardian when Koshi's father, Kanemichi, died.
  260. Although she won Iemitsu's favor, she never gave birth to any child.
  261. Although shijin was a motif originally characteristic of tombs of the Goguryeo style, it is pointed out that shijin on the painting of Shijin in Takamatsuzuka Tomb and Kitora Tomb are drawn in uniquely Japanese style different from the Goguryeo style.
  262. Although shitsuji's clothes were used for a church service similar to those of bishops, shitsuji can be distinguished by stola which he put obliquely on his left shoulder.
  263. Although shobu (iris) is linked to 'shobu' (win or lose) and 'shobu' (martial spirits), it is originally a medical herb.
  264. Although shomon and engaku (paccekabuddha, who have come to Bodhi independent of any other person) attain nirvana by rejecting life as humans, they themselves cannot convey new teachings or save people from suffering.
  265. Although shugo for the Tosa Province should have been the Hosokawa clan, gozoku who called themselves nanashugo (seven shugo) (Tosa shichiyu (seven ruling families in Tosa)) took separately their bases in the central part of Tosa and accepted the Tosa-Ichijo clan, that was evacuated to Hata-gun as their leader.
  266. Although shuppinshu has many points which come under other alcoholic beverages, this article particularly refers to Japanese sake.
  267. Although similar statues are found in China and Korea, those that come in a pair of A-un (Agyo and Ungyo) are typically seen in Japan.
  268. Although similarities with Greek Tragedy masks have been pointed out and some have put forward a theory that gigaku originally came from Greece, the details are unknown.
  269. Although simple and beautiful, they were not gorgeous enough at the time, and were not popular until Shunei MATSUZAKA in Kyoto complemented gorgeous tegoto in Meiji period.
  270. Although simplified, mikagura is currently performed at Kashikodokoro in the middle of December every year by Shikibushoku Gakubu (Music Department) of Imperial Household Agency as well as for the Daijosai.
  271. Although single-edged axes were slightly more found, double-edged ones were not a few.
  272. Although small and short ones are used for gaku-Soh, bigger ones are commonly used for current Soh which requires a large volume.
  273. Although small at 31.5 cm in height, it has a metropolitan, elaborate style and the statue and pedestal feature cut gold lead decoration and the halo is a copper plate in which a design has been carved.
  274. Although small, it is considered as one of the three largest Inari-jinja Shrines in Japan, and "Byakko Genkuro" (a white spiritual fox named Genkuro is enshrined in the North-facing main hall.
  275. Although social standing of Mitsunaga as Jusanmi Chujo (Junior Third Rank, Middle Captain) was higher than that of Tadamasa as Shoshiinoge Saisho (Senior Fourth Rank, Councilor), this in-house strife in the Echigo family forced Mitsunaga to be deprived of his position, privileges and properties, and be banished.
  276. Although social status and job ranks varied by domains, there were doctors who served only the feudal lord and his family, and those who cared for others, as in the case of Edo shogunate having okui ishi (inner doctors for the Tokugawa family) and omote ishi (for others).
  277. Although soldiers took flight one after another, it is said that Ono believed that 'Hijikata certainly stopped them at Kanmon.'
  278. Although some "dregs" (liquid lees) are produced during the process of the method, this dregs can not be used as "sake-kasu" and are disposed of as an industrial waste.
  279. Although some Daibu and Kyo declined later, it is said that, after that, the powerful peasantry formed a rank, Shi, and gained status.
  280. Although some Nara period structural platforms have been excavated, no remnants from the Asuka period have been found.
  281. Although some Sedoka poems were composed in a style to be recited by a single person, it is said that this style of composition was created by KAKINOMOTO no Hitomaro.
  282. Although some adopted modern horse racing, in many cases, others kept the traditional form.
  283. Although some books or websites on the dialect of Hokkaido state that 'zangi means karaage,' this is not technically correct as explained above.
  284. Although some call this incident "Daikaku-ji Gisho no ran" (The rebel of Daikaku-ji Gisho), actually, there is no evidence that Gisho stayed at Yoshino during the time of the turmoil and Gisho was among those who raised army against the shogunate, and the fact was that only a rumor spread.
  285. Although some draft-manuscripts and fair copies exist, it is believed that few original manuscripts and prints have survived.
  286. Although some give different Chinese characters like "串蛇," this interpretation is believed to be incorrect.
  287. Although some have a different theory, he is the third imperial prince of the Emperor Jomei and Takara no Himemiko (the Empress Kogyoku), and the younger maternal half-brother of the Emperor Tenchi and Hashihito no Himemiko.
  288. Although some historical data (Bukejiki [the account of the military houses]) states that his real name was Masaoki, Kansei Choshu Shokafu (genealogies of vassals in Edo bakufu) only shows Okimoto as his name.
  289. Although some historical documents of a later period suggest that he was designated the heir of the Minamoto clan by MINAMOTO no Yoshiie, it can not be confirmed from contemporary sources.
  290. Although some introduced Mishirabe as a traditional training method for priests of Jodo Shinshu Kibe school, it is not true.
  291. Although some literature gave the pronunciation of '猶介' as 'Yusuke,' it is considered that 'Naosuke' is correct because the name was also written as '尚介' (pronounced as Naosuke) in some other literature.
  292. Although some literature writes '廃仏稀釈,' it is a miswriting.
  293. Although some members of the family had been appointed as onmyo no kami (Director of Onmyoryo, or Bureau of Divination) as aristocratic bureaucrats, Seimei was the first to be assigned a job relating to onmyodo and tenmondo as an expert bureaucrat.
  294. Although some mistakes are seen in this book, it was referred by posterity as a simple and easy-to-understand instruction manual.
  295. Although some objected to Ieyasu's demand, the meeting was realized through mediation of daimyo that had been favored by the Toyotomi Family including Kiyomasa KATO, Yoshinaga ASANO and others.
  296. Although some of religious events are spiritual (material) benefit gained in this world through observance of the Buddhist teachings, religious events including praying to God are implemented in some temples and shrines, not limited to folk beliefs, and many of these temples and shrines are sightseeing spots at present.
  297. Although some of the other parts were changed and/or omitted, the position and order of the lines that stated the rank of the issuer, and the date of issue, was never changed or omitted.
  298. Although some of the radical nationalists escaped from the battle, the next morning more than 20 people were arrested by carrying out clearing operations with Aizu, Kuwana, and other clans.
  299. Although some of them are one-story or three-story houses, most of them are two-story houses.
  300. Although some of them did not promulgate the complete Ritsuryo codes, all of them more or less adopted some aspects of the Tang Dynasty's Ritsuryo system.
  301. Although some of these tato fumyo farmers managed myoden land under the rule of local territorial lords, many of them ruled land as territorial lords themselves.
  302. Although some old shogunate forces resisted in the Tohoku region even after the surrender of Yoshinobu, the new government won in the last war, known as the Hakodate War around a pentagonal fortress (goryokaku), and the Boshin Civil War came to an end.
  303. Although some parts remain as quotes today, most parts have been scattered and lost.
  304. Although some people call a curry sauce 'curry roux' or 'roux,' these are not correct names and this makes it difficult to differentiate the sauce from roux in a real sense (fried flour) and solid instant curry roux as well.
  305. Although some people consider Hotei as a Zen monk, it is an idea additionally introduced later.
  306. Although some people consider that there are many academic problems with his theory, others think it evokes a sense of Romanticism to the ancient history, inspiring quite a few writers.
  307. Although some people may believe that Udon is the specialty of western Japan, while Soba (buckwheat noodles) is of eastern Japan, they are wrong.
  308. Although some people say that he was born in Siming Prefecture, his real birth place and secular name are unknown.
  309. Although some quantity of water may be released from the vegetables, you can adjust the flavor by adding more water, Japanese sake or seaweed broth, as you like.
  310. Although some remains of 'Ryuyaku-ike pond' were identified up until the late Edo period, there is nothing left of Oshikoji Karasuma residence today.
  311. Although some ryokan offer dining in a large banquet room, or a communal dining room, at many ryokan nakai serve meals on a tray to each guest room, which is called 'heya-shoku' or eating in the room.
  312. Although some say "Plain should be called kachiwari, not shaved ice," there are a certain number of those who use the term shaved ice.
  313. Although some say that it derived from Chinese deity and Jang-Sung faith of the Korean Peninsula, its origin is unclear.
  314. Although some say that this is the original form of shamisen (another theory holds that the Chinese sanxian was introduced to Japan by way of Ryukyu), the sanshin was later perfected through the influence, in reverse, of shamisen in the mainland.
  315. Although some scholars agree with this theory, it is yet to be widely accepted in the academic circles.
  316. Although some scholars explain this as 'A wife chased her husband's head in tears,' it is right to interpret that as 'A man was killed and his wife was taken away and made a mock.'
  317. Although some scholars expressed the opinion that a powerful force in the northern part of Kyushu lorded over the Nara Basin, and subsequently moved their capital into the Nara Basin; this theory gradually lost academic support.
  318. Although some shrines and temples inherit or try to revive the custom of the syncretism of Shinto and Buddhism, Shintoists and Buddhists basically dislike and avoid each other in fact.
  319. Although some species may continue to grow along side streams, these areas are not included in Chinju no Mori and so large parts of the forest, having existed for centuries, are lost.
  320. Although some species were brought from places such as Taiwan, the policy was to take into account the vegetation (potential natural vegetation) of the area, and the Chinju no Mori was planned to grow as a natural forest.
  321. Although some support a theory that they were also manufactured from punching, a theory that original letters were engraved on wooden pieces has been adopted.
  322. Although some sutras assert that the decline of Buddhism is accompanied by social unrest and natural catastrophe, such as "Hometsujin-kyo Sutra" (Decline of the Law Sutra), it is generally believed that these are bogus sutras that were created in the later stages of history.
  323. Although some think a large portion of Shiga Prefecture is occupied by Lake Biwa, it is forests that occupy the largest area (approximately half of the total area of the prefecture), and the area of Lake Biwa is approximately one-sixth of the prefecture's total area.
  324. Although some torii have been built at imperial tombs and Buddhist temples, a torii is typically a symbol of Shinto shrines and a symbol representing a gate is used on maps to identify shrines.
  325. Although some trains went directly to Nara and other sections in the past, all trains have been operating inside the section since March 2001.
  326. Although some university museums, tourist facilities such as theme parks and exhibition facilities, community facilities such as city halls, private houses, and stores in Japan and overseas have adopted Tenshukaku-style for their structures, their peculiar appearance became a target of criticism.
  327. Although some were more competent than others, every shogun was to at least some extent involved in politics, and it is also true that none of them acted as a complete dictator.
  328. Although sometimes katsusando is spelled with "katsu" in hiragana and "sando" in katakana, it depends on persons or restaurants which spelling should be used and there is no rule for the spelling.
  329. Although sons of gunji (local magistrate) who were 13 - 16 years old and clever were eligible for entrance, sons of ordinary people were also allowed to enter in some instances.
  330. Although soson was technically governed by the lord of a manor and Imperial estate or shugo and jito (military governor and estate steward), the people of soson had not necessarily accepted the control of these rulers obediently.
  331. Although soup is mainly season seasoned with soy sauce, an increasing number of stores also feature salt.
  332. Although steep mountains are desirable to construct fortifications that are expected to be built on places effective for defence, they are difficult to live; thus, fortifications were established distant from the settlements that they served to defend.
  333. Although still in his early twenties, Yoshioka was the first diplomat of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs after the So clan of the Tsushima Fuchu domain to be in charge of Japan's diplomatic relationship with Joseon and to negotiate with Joseon over the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries.
  334. Although students at Daigaku-ryo had to live within Daigaku-ryo as a general rule, once a dormitory was approved as a Daigaku-besso, students living in it became as qualified as those who lived in Daigaku-ryo to sit for the classes and examinations of Daigaku-ryo.
  335. Although successive dynasties had paid tribute to the Chinese Emperors for generations, the Vietnamese emperors were unwilling to be treated as a vassal by disclosing their real names to other countries.
  336. Although such a dangerous situation occurred, the war was won by the eastern military group forces led by Ieyasu (the Battle of Sekigahara).
  337. Although such enlightenment activity in the Japanese art world was not rewarded and Naojiro was isolated as an outsider, he did not give up easily.
  338. Although such events made it appear that young skills had been nurtured, it proved to be the last flickering of the stage lights just before they burned out.
  339. Although such incidents between nobles were not uncommon in those days, the unprecedented event of shooting an arrow at the emperor -- even though he had been retired -- could not avoid controversy.
  340. Although such instruments do not exist in Japan, they can be found in Southeast Asia and Oceania.
  341. Although such items are commonly called "selected intangible cultural properties," the term is not defined by laws.
  342. Although such ordinances were issued repeatedly, people strictly followed the rules only in the short period right after the issuances, and as time passed, lawbreakers appeared one after another both in cities and in the countryside.
  343. Although such practice has declined recently, undertakers often recommend to keep candles and incense burning throughout the night and this type of Senko is used for the purpose of keeping incense burning while people concerned are sleeping.
  344. Although such regional differences existed, wooden housings (Japanese-style housing or Japanese-style house) were built everywhere in Japan.
  345. Although such scabbards deteriorated sharpness of blades, they were dominant until they were replaced with those made of leather or wood and until the end of the 19th century.
  346. Although such shelters were built in various feudal domains, shelters built in urban area such as Edo and Osaka were exceptionally large in scale, because which should accommodate refugees evaded from other provinces.
  347. Although such structure is unusual, along with the urokoita, the structure doesn't show an irrationality; rather, it manifests extraordinary skills of Urakusai, who is said to have been 'a special tea practitioner other than the seven disciples of Rikyu.'
  348. Although suikinkutsu can be found in various places, it is said that no two suikinkutsu give the same sound.
  349. Although superficially following their advice obediently, Shinsuke always considers takng revenge on Omiyo.
  350. Although supplements of synephrine extracted from mikan are available on the market that promote dietary benefits, one should be careful as risks of synephrine when taking it at the same time with other irritants such as caffeine, or catechin and so on, are being pointed out.
  351. Although sushi used to be actively sold outdoors, many street stalls selling food using fresh food such as sushi and so on were controlled on hygienic grounds by the beginning of Showa period.
  352. Although suspended for some time, it was revived in the Genroku era (1688 - 1703) during the reign of Emperor Higashiyama.
  353. Although tableware on the chabudai flies dramatically into the air, they usually do not go far, as they are crushed under the table which turns upside down in midair.
  354. Although taishogoto and accessories (scores, amplifiers, cables, tuners, various spare parts, etc.) are not available in normal stores, they can be purchased through the company homepage.
  355. Although tanabata was originally one of the court events, it spread in the Edo period among ordinary people as a means of prayer to improve their skills since Orihime (the Weaver) excelled in women's practices such as in weaving cloth.
  356. Although tanabata-matsuri is also called Hoshi Matsuri, it is another festival.
  357. Although teaching there only for a short period, he was revered by many students.
  358. Although temminck's cormorants had been captured in Ise bay until the early Showa era, they are currently captured at Juo-machi, Hitachi City, Ibaragi Prefecture.
  359. Although terms such as 'kotodama' (soul or power of language) and 'ibuki' (literally 'a breath', and its derived meanings are feeling, vitality, energy and so on) are not explicitly referred to as yorishiro, these terms imply that people believe spirits and gods are also drawn to people's feelings and attitudes to life.
  360. Although that request was turned down, as an alternative, Enbo (port of En) of Ulsan (present Ulsan Metropolitan City) was added to the port of entry.
  361. Although that was the most convincing one, Emperor Jimmu's Mausoleum was determined to be the one in Misanzai in 1863.
  362. Although the "Kojiki" does not describe the origin of Amenooshihi no Mikoto, according to the family trees of the Otomo clan and other materials, Amenooshihi no Mikoto is said to be the child of Takamimusubi no Mikoto.
  363. Although the "Nihonshoki" stated that the introduction of Buddhism was in year '552', other historical materials verified that an editor of the "Nihonshoki" had altered the date.
  364. Although the 'Aobyoshibon' and 'Kawachibon' manuscripts were referred to in the ancient commentaries, only their names were well known and it can be said that their actual existence was first revealed during this time.
  365. Although the 'Differences between the General Public and the Imperial Family' below do not apply to those relatives that are not part of the Imperial family, certain provisions such as those banning consanguineous marriages do apply.
  366. Although the 'Kagayaku Hinomiya' was once written, it was deleted at some point by the will of the author herself or by consultation between the author and someone she knew.
  367. Although the 'Minsen Giin Setsuritsu Kenpaku Sho' had the standpoint of the Tenpu-jinken-ron (theory of natural human rights), it's possible to say that this was a form of expression of the Fuhei Shizoku, the samurai class, who were not satisfied with the social change during this period of time, and most of whom were actually in dire poverty at the time.
  368. Although the 'expeditionary force to the east' already decided to set the date of the general attack on Edo-jo Castle to "March 15th," Saigo was now aware of Yamaoka's status as the envoy from Katsu, so Saigo agreed to meet with Yamaoka.
  369. Although the 'five-battles theory' is now dominant, other theories exist as well.
  370. Although the 'hara' of Shitaragahara means a plain, Shitaragahara was a hilly place along the river and did not provide a visibility enough to overlook the entire enemy camp.
  371. Although the 'philosophy of world history' was criticized as being the ideology of the kokutai (national polity) by the Kodo-ha ('Imperial Way' faction) of the Imperial Japanese Army, there is another view that it was heavily based on Shumei OKAWA's "Colonization in Early-modern European History."
  372. Although the 12 deities' belongings and poses are not necessarily unified, it is nearly impossible to distinguish them only by characters depicted in pictures and statues.
  373. Although the Akamatsu clan presided over the Uragami clan and had been shugo (military governor) of Harima Province, Bizen Province and Mimasaka Province, it was destroyed because of their role in assassinating the Seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") Yoshinori ASHIKAGA in the Kakitsu no ran (Kakitsu War).
  374. Although the All Japan Kendo Federation is affiliated with the JOC and the International Kendo Federation is a member of the GAISF, which is affiliated with the IOC, both have consistently opposed the idea of Kendo becoming an official Olympic sport or an demonstration sport.
  375. Although the Amago clan had a stronger power then other lords, this incident changed a power balance among influential clans in Aki Province.
  376. Although the Amago clan made the Misawa clan, a local lord of Izumo Province, surrender once in 1488, the two clans faced each other several times in later years, as the Amago clan failed to completely suppress the Misawa clan.
  377. Although the Amida Nyorai (Amitabha Tathagata) is placed as the honzon (principal object of worship at a temple), this hall is not an Amida-do hall for the Amida worship, but an hall for the purpose of exercise of the Jogyo zanmai-gyo.
  378. Although the Asakura army chased the Oda army, they were intercepted by Katsumasa IKEDA who led the Oda army, and let powerful military commanders such as Nobunaga get away.
  379. Although the Asakura clan, on which the Azai clan was relying as the last resort, once sent auxiliary forces to the Odani-jo Castle, pulled them back to its home base, Echizen Province, due to its own strategic reasons.
  380. Although the Ashikaga army entered the Kyoto, Takauji was defeated in fighting on the streets of Kyoto in the following year of 1336 by Akiie KITABATAKE, Masashige KUSUNOKI and Nitta who came to the city from Mutsu Province.
  381. Although the Ashikaga, Oda and Toyotomi clans attempted to restore it during and after the Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States), it couldn't be fully revived.
  382. Although the Bakufu cracked down on free nongovernmental trade, it is believed that Japanese merchants were actually trading illegally with ships from abroad.
  383. Although the Bokkai Kingdom and Silla continued to clash in the subsequent years, Silla was still a vassal under the Tang Dynasty.
  384. Although the Bokkai envoys to Japan sailed southward into the Sea of Japan on two vessels, a big wave overturned one of the vessels and drowned those including the ambassador.
  385. Although the Bureau wanted to operate rapid trains on the outer track during rush hours, it was difficult due to the relationship with fright trains and superior trains as well as the structure of Ashiya and Takatsuki stations.
  386. Although the Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa issued Yoshitsune an inzen (command from the retired emperor) to 'subdue Yoritomo,' Yoritomo's army entered Kyoto and Yoshitsune fled.
  387. Although the Community Bus Yawata Route was at first established for testing purpose to conduct a real-world evaluation for the period of one year, the operation period of the route was later extended for another year from the first expiration date of the test in 2006, and again another year from the second expiration date of the test in 2007.
  388. Although the Development Commission was allocated with a huge budget to promote various land reclamation projects, the money was still short to complete all the works in an enormous area like Hokkaido.
  389. Although the Doshisha was established based on Christian doctrine, Christians were being eliminated in Kyoto at the time, so there were continuous campaigns against the Doshisha by local residents.
  390. Although the E Ingakyo is widely believed to have been influential in the development of emakimono, there is some doubt whether the E Ingakyo had a direct relationship with the emakimono produced abundantly from the Heian period, because the painting style of the E Ingakyo is extremely antique and simple.
  391. Although the Edict for Separation of Shinto and Buddhism was not issued for the purpose to exclude Buddhism from the country, it triggered a nationwide anti-Buddhism campaign, and people destroyed temples and Buddhist altar fittings across the country.
  392. Although the Edo bakufu and clans that gave weight to the preservation of the shogunate system banned osso themselves, they could not leave unlawful administration and administration of justice by low-level functionaries as they were.
  393. Although the Edo bakufu didn't take a favorable view to domains' monopoly, considering it as the cause of steep price rise.
  394. Although the Edo bakufu relied on rice for its source of funds, the fall in the price of rice in relation to the prices of other commodities went unresolved from the reign of the fourth shogun through to that of the seventh; the issue was finally resolved by the Kyoho reforms introduced by Yoshimune TOKUGAWA.
  395. Although the Emperor Godaigo repeatedly ordered Takauji to return to Kyoto, Takauji ignored it and just sent a document criticizing Yoshisada back to him.
  396. Although the Emperor Ingyo ordered Owari Muraji no Aso (Aso of Owari Muraji group) to investigate the case, Tamada no sukune killed Owari Muraji no Aso to cover up the case because he had held a drinking party on that day, and fled into the graveyard of TAKENOUCHI no Sukune.
  397. Although the Emperor Konin's empress was the Imperial Princess Inoe who was the paternal half-sister of the Empress Shotoku, the Emperor Kanmu, the son of the Emperor Konin and his concubine, took over the imperial line and it has continued up until today.
  398. Although the Emperor Meiji, who had distrust toward political parties, strongly opposed Ito's establishment of a political party, Ito insisted on the necessity of the political party within the diet which respect the emperor and the national interest, and then Ito gained the Emperor's acknowledgement.
  399. Although the Emperor Ojin, the prince's father, favored Prince Uji no Wakiiratsuko and chose him as the Crown Prince.
  400. Although the Emperor desired to abdicate the throne, it was not realized because of the economic condition of Nobunaga
  401. Although the Emperor had already passed away, the staff he had used during his time as a priest was found one day by Sojun IKKYU, a young Buddhist novice, and this staff opened up a portal to a kind of hell dimension that Sojun then fell into.
  402. Although the Emperor had to subdue the traitors, he loved her deeply and, in addition, she was expecting his son, who was growing steadily.
  403. Although the Emperor is not involved, the People's Honor Award and the Prime Minister's Award established in 1977 are also considered as one of Eiten.
  404. Although the Emperor ordered Sotsuhiko to go to Kaya and bring the people of Paekche to Japan, the Emperor heard nothing from him for three years.
  405. Although the Emperor passed away without designating the crown prince, it is considered that he planned to choose his cousin Ichinohe (or Ichinobe) no Oshiha no Miko (son of Emperor Richu) as his heir to the imperial throne.
  406. Although the Emperor's relatives by marriage are not a part of the Imperial family, under the Civil Codes, they are considered to be the Emperor's relatives.
  407. Although the Emperor, who was in agony, politely asked for Mototsune's understanding, the dispute couldn't be resolved.
  408. Although the Empress Teimei carefully nursed the Emperor Taisho, the Emperor Taisho met his demise during the course of care while under medical treatment.
  409. Although the Empress Teimei had great respect for the conventions and traditions of the Imperial household and Shinto religion, she still invited scholars such as Yuka NOGUCHI and Kikuno GOKAN of The Modern Women Education discipline to the Imperial court as her advisors.
  410. Although the Enryaku-ji Temple, whose branch temple was Gion-sha Shrine, strongly demanded deportation of Tadamori and Kiyomori, Cloistered Emperor Toba protected them from the wrath of the temple and reduced Kiyomori's penalty to Shokudo 30 kins (a fine of copper equivalent to 30 kins, or about 18,000g).
  411. Although the Fumi clan (written as 文氏 or 書氏) holding Atai as their kabane originated from the Yamatonoaya clan which had been Immigrants to ancient Japan, the detail of Jokaku's genealogy is unknown.
  412. Although the Futodama is the shusaijin (main enshrined deities) at present, Ukano-mitama was considered as the enshrined deity until the Meiji Period.
  413. Although the Goho Association side demanded a review of the policy of integration and abolition for temples, they did not reach the agreement, and the restless followers became violent for wasting the time then started to throw rocks at Katayama house.
  414. Although the Hakodate Court was not meant for disabling these feudal domains, it exercised a power over them in practical terms.
  415. Although the Hakodate Goryokaku fort had been exempted from this measure, it was determined to be kept under the management of the Department of War in the notice of Dajokan issued in December of the same year.
  416. Although the Higekiri sword was lost during the Shimotsuki incident, it was discovered on January 8, and Sadatoki indicated it was wrapped by "Red brocade" (Red was the flag color of the Hojo clan who refered themselves as the Taira clan.)
  417. Although the Hikone Domain sent people to assist immediately when receiving news of the surprise attack, it was too late; they had to recover casualties, the palanquin and even snow on which a number of bloody fingers and earlobes fell.
  418. Although the Hikone clan and the Takada clan were destroyed instantly in Ozegawa, the bakufu's infantry and the army of the Kishu clan took over them to fight back, and the situation became a stalemate with a slight predominance of the bakufu and Kishu clan side.
  419. Although the Hiraga clan was once a local ruling family of Saku County, Shinano Province, the clan was defeated by Nobutora TAKEDA and his son Shingen TAKEDA during the Period of Warring States that was when Genshin HIRAGA was the clan head.
  420. Although the Hosokawa family started to rule the province, the popularity of the family among the people never surpassed that of 'Seishoko-san.'
  421. Although the Hotta clan was transferred to Sano Domain of Shimotsuke Province with additional properties in 1826, the estate of Katata was maintained as before and afterwards Katata Domain dealt with internal problems while Otsu Daikan held talks with the surrounding harbor areas including Otsu.
  422. Although the House of Prince Tomohito is not an independent princely house, it is treated as such by the Imperial House Economy Law, thus permitted to have a separate account.
  423. Although the Ii clan was fudai hitto (top of fudai), they changed the opinions within the clan and supported the new government after Taisei Hokan (transfer of power back to the Emperor).
  424. Although the Ikko school (the former Ikkoshu sect followers) naturally tried gain independence from the Jishu sect over and over again, they always failed.
  425. Although the Imperial Court issued the prohibition against these kinds of acts that violate the nation's right of preemption, it did not have much effect on it since many of the aristocrats who enacted the prohibition could not curb the desire for karamono, and violated the prohibition by themselves.
  426. Although the Imperial Household Ministry (now the Imperial Household Agency) investigated temples, old houses and places appearing in legends in Kinki region, no materials were found that convey information on his mausoleum.
  427. Although the Imperial Prince also served as the Tendai-zasu (head priest of the Tendai sect), he returned to secular life after the Meiji Restoration like other members of the Imperial family to be called Kajiinomiya Imperial Prince Moriosa.
  428. Although the Imperial ranking order for members of the Imperial family is in most part pursuant to the Ordinance of Imperial Nobility implemented pre-war, among siblings, there are cases where the male members take precedence over the female members, and those where the order of birth is weighed more heavily regardless of gender.
  429. Although the Ina clan is generally regarded as a branch family of the Ashikaga clan, as mentioned above, it was described as the Fujiwara clan in "Kansei Choshu Shokafu" (a record of the family trees of samurai warriors of the Edo bakufu).
  430. Although the Japanese Tendai sect was officially recognized in 806, Saicho tried his whole life but was never able to build a Mahayana ordination hall on Mt. Hiei.
  431. Although the Japanese army temporarily plunged into a crisis with a breach of a major front, it was able to overcome the crisis due to the fierce resistance put up by Major General Yoshifuru AKIYAMA and Lieutenant General Naobumi TATSUMI and others (the Battle of Kokkodai).
  432. Although the Japanese coiffure culture almost perished except in kabuki (the traditional drama performed by male actors), period dramas, karyukai (the world of geisha), and the wedding industry, people today usually dress the new Japanese coiffure when wearing haregi (festive dress) in New Year's day and other occasions.
  433. Although the Japanese forces fought off the all-out attack from the Ming-Korean forces, Hideyoshi had already died on September 18th (died at the age of 62).
  434. Although the Japanese reading of Chinese characters '胙,' '膰,' and '燔' is also 'Himorogi,' these characters originally referred to meat that was offered to the God.
  435. Although the Japanese strongly accused the government of its acceptance of the recommendation, the Japanese government transformed the anger to hostility against Russia and proceeded with military expansion with projects, including 'rokuroku kantai keikaku' (literally, 66 fleets project) with the slogan, 'endurance of hardship'.
  436. Although the Jimon school, which was descended from Enchin, increased its influence thanks to Yokei, this became the beginning of the subsequent severe confrontation between the Sanmon school and the Jimon school.
  437. Although the Joban Line and the Keihanshin Local Line were taken into account in designing type 103 cars, it was generally believed that some amendments might be required when they were actually put into service.
  438. Although the Joseon Dynasty officially sent 'celebratory delegates,' their real intention was to learn about Japan's current situation, and they did not intend to pay 'tributes' or yield allegiance to Hideyoshi.
  439. Although the Kajiwara clan had been vassals of the Kawachi-Genji (the Minamoto clan) as well as other clans such as the Oba clan, after the death of MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo in the Heiji War, they followed the Taira clan.
  440. Although the Kamakura Government was led by Kamakura Kubo who came from the Ashikaga family and its assistant Kanto Kanrei who came from the Uesugi family, Kamakura Kubo and Kanto Kanrei were often confronted each other partly because an appointive power of Kanto Kanrei was handled by the bakufu.
  441. Although the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) initially prohibited such operation of business, the Imperial Court in Kyoto permitted the sakaya business but collected sake-related tax called shuzo-yaku (or tsubo-sen) instead, to compensate for its financial shortage.
  442. Although the Kamakura bakufu originally was just delegated the right to judge criminal cases by the Imperial Court, it deprived of the right after taking military control of the Imperial Court in the Jokyu War.
  443. Although the Keihanshin Local Line resumed services of train series 103 to Kyoto, their operating time was limited to the rush hour only and their operational area did not cover the western side beyond Amagasaki.
  444. Although the Kinkaku-ji Temple itself was a human work, the behavior and feelings of mankind before it were full of sordidness and weakness.
  445. Although the Kira clan had the succession right determining that 'the Kira clan will become Shogun after Ashikaga Shogun Family falls,' Nobunaga insisted that the Shiba clan was equally high in status in Bakufu, maintaining the family name of Ashikaga after the Kamakura period.
  446. Although the Kogisho existed such a short period as one year an several months, it is now under reassessment since it introduced many progressive bills like prohibition on seppuku (Hara-kiri), abolition of swards, abolition of Eta and Hinin (the lowest rank of Japan's Edo-period caste system) in recent years.
  447. Although the Koide clan was a tozama daimyo lord, its two lords gained a bakkaku position (minister-level position in the bukufu government).
  448. Although the Kojiki describes nothing about what Amatsura, a blacksmith, had done, Norinaga MOTOORI (classical scholar of the Edo period; his aim was to discern the identity of Japanese culture through an intensive study of the ancient classics, especially the Kojiki) assumed that Amatsura might have had a hoko (a long-handled Chinese spear) made.
  449. Although the Konoe family had been pro-Satsuma and the Takatsukasa family had been pro-Choshu for a while, they had turned to support the Tokugawa family by that time.
  450. Although the Konoe family's house was destroyed by fire during the Onin War, the ancient documents have survived the turmoil.
  451. Although the Korean Dynasty also wanted to impose a business tax on kokyowa, they found it difficult to carry out that idea because the Soda clan already imposed the equivalent tax, and they eventually gave up that plan.
  452. Although the Korean Empire broke away from the tributary system, Russia which held Manchuria under its sphere of influence, took advantage of its interests in Korea to proceed with its southward expansion.
  453. Although the Korean Empire seceded from the tributary system, Russia, which obtained Manchuria, was obviously making southward expansion, taking advantage of the interest it had in the Korean peninsula.
  454. Although the Korean Government extradited the Japanese who infringed the agreement between Japan and Korea restricting the number of residents, the population would go up again after a while.
  455. Although the Korean kingdom restricted the port to Koriwasen to enter the Busan Inlet (釜山浦) and Jepo (薺浦) (Chinkae City, Gyengsangnam-do (South Gyeongsang Province) 慶尚南道鎮海市) in 1400 but it was not completely observed; and the Korean kingdom required Koriwa to bear gyojo (passport) issued by the lord of their residence in 1407.
  456. Although the Kosei Line starts at Yamashina Station, all local trains run through to Kyoto Station, and limited express trains from Osaka Station to Hokuriku or Tohoku and freight trains connecting Hokuriku or Hokkaido and Kansai or Kyushu pass the Kosei Line.
  457. Although the Kosei Line starts at Yamashina Station, all the trains go through to Kyoto Station owing to the track facility of the station and the passenger flow, and some rapid and special rapid trains go through to Osaka and Himeji.
  458. Although the Koshinzuka-kofun Tumulus has not yet been investigated, it is estimated that it is a round burial mound with a diameter of 10 meters.
  459. Although the Kujira's troop was not formed of a lot of soldiers, Fukei also didn't have many soldiers there at that time.
  460. Although the Kumamoto-tai troop fought bravely, it could not withstand the government army and retreated.
  461. Although the Kunichika's rebellion was suppressed by activities of Yoshinao KUMAGAI, Motoshige was forced to yield allegiance to the Ouchi clan.
  462. Although the Kururin Bus routes overlap with those of Nara Kotsu Bus in many sections, the townspeople call for the more frequent bus services due to the Kurusin Bus fare is cheaper.
  463. Although the Kyoto Moriguchi Line of Kyoto Prefecture Route /Osaka Prefecture Route 13 and the Keihan Main Line run in the area today, they only pass through it, and it is rather famous as a Mecca for horse race fans (JRA Kyoto Race Course).
  464. Although the Kyoto Protocol defines the emissions trading to be carried out only among countries, the tradings are being done domestically in individual countries where the emissions reduction can be realized more effectively.
  465. Although the Lanmans did not push their religious beliefs on her, she developed faith in Christianity and was baptized at a nonsectarian church in Philadelphia in July, 1873.
  466. Although the Maeda family was a great daimyo, it had no other choice but to become a vassal of the Tokugawa family.
  467. Although the Matsui clan was one of retainers of the Hosokawa family, they were regarded as a domain lord almost equal to daimyo, since they practically ruled vast land of 30.000 koku of Yatsushiro Domain in Higo Province.
  468. Although the Meiji Government sought compensation from Qing for the incident, the Qing Government refused, saying it was beyond their jurisdiction.
  469. Although the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport intends to continue this project, the Yodo-gawa River System Committee has recommended to abandon the plan, so the project is considered to be unlikely to reach completion.
  470. Although the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications of Japan published the Book of 120-year History of Japanese Modern Post in 1990, it did not mention about the postal situations of its foreign parts, especially those of Korean Peninsula.
  471. Although the Mitsutorii in Omiwa-jinja Shrine cannot be actually seen because it is in the prohibited area, the official website of Omiwa-jinja Shrine has the picture of the model of Mitsutorii in 'Precincts Guide - Mitsutorii.'
  472. Although the Monchu-dokoro was relocated on April 27, 1199, Yoritomo had died shortly before the relocation.
  473. Although the Mongolian army fought well against the Japanese army bearing a large number of soldiers equipped with new weapons, they were forced to withdraw due to either a storm or conflict between commanders over the policy, and thus a full-scale war was avoided.
  474. Although the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) decided the 'ten great temples in Japan,' but the temples and their rank were subject to change depending on the occasion.
  475. Although the Nagai family was also sentenced to kaieki, it was not because of Kenka Ryoseibai but due to the fact that they had no heir.
  476. Although the Nankai Railway participated in the joint board, it did not merge into the Kansai Railway Company.
  477. Although the Nara Line officially starts at Kizu Station because it is historically a branch line of the Kansai Main Line, outbound trains (odd-numbered trains) run from Kyoto to Kizu and inbound trains (even-numbered trains) run in the opposite direction.
  478. Although the New Currency Regulation stipulated the gold standard system, bimetallism was practically used since the gold standard system wa snot put into practice because of the currency circumstances at home and abroad.
  479. Although the Nobunaga's force, with a limited number of soldiers, defeated the Ishiyama Honganji-temple force, the former was defeated by the Mori navy at the first battle of Kizukawaguchi.
  480. Although the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan had conducted policy as a regent or chief adviser to the Emperor since the time of FUJIWARA no Yoshifusa, their regency is considered to have still been in the developmental stage and was distinguished from the early regency.
  481. Although the Northern House was the last of the four Fujiwara families to successfully flourish, as a result it spread the most extensive roots among the four Fujiwara families.
  482. Although the Oda and Tokugawa allied forces captured various castles of the Asakura clan one after another, when they advanced to Kanegasaki they were attacked from behind by the Azai clan who was their sworn ally in Kita-Omi Province.
  483. Although the Ogasawara clan extended its control as jito (manager and lord of the manor) during the period of the Northern and Southern Courts and the Muromachi period, the manor continued to function as a shinryo (shrine estate) until the Sengoku period (period of Warring States).
  484. Although the Okubo family was abolished due to the Okubo Nagayasu incident (political strife with Masanobu HONDA), Tadatomo OKUBO, a grandson of Tadachika OKUBO, regained the status of daimyo.
  485. Although the Ometsuke officer and the Metsuke officer made joint signatures on the Ukagaisho (trial record), Oshioki-zuke or Otogame-zuke which was equivalent to the actual judicial judgment, was made by the machi-bugyo alone, and Ometsuke and the others were not allowed to take part.
  486. Although the Onjo-ji Temple had been deeply trusted by MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, it lost trust from the shogunate because of the assassination of MINAMOTO no Sanetomo by Kugyo, who had been being trained in the Onjo-ji Temple, and had been being leaving.
  487. Although the Ononomiya Line had lost its strength, it seems to have still been recognized as a family with strong influence as a member of the upper noble class.
  488. Although the Oshu Fujiwara clan was overthrown only two years after the death of Hidehira, the splendor of the culture which blossomed in Oshu has been passed on to the present day.
  489. Although the Ouchi clan actually managed the trade between Japan and the Ming Dynasty in China after the Neiha war, it was formally an official envoy of the Muromachi bakufu.
  490. Although the People's Republic of China requested the Emperor to attend the opening ceremony of Beijing Olympic Games in 2008, the Imperial Household Agency turned down the request.
  491. Although the Prince Mochihito's plan to overthrow the Taira clan was not successful, some Minamoto clan raised the army from some parts of Japan after receiving the Prince's order, for example; MINAMOTO no Yoritomo and MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka, and this lead to destruction of the TAIRA clan.
  492. Although the Prince Shioyaki was executed due to that he was held as a false emperor in the Rebellion of FUJIWARA no Nakamaro in 764, Shikeshimaro, his mother, the Imperial Princess Fuwa were not punished.
  493. Although the Prince Shioyaki was executed since he was supported to become a fake emperor in the FUJIWARA no Nakamaro's war in 764, Kawatsugu and his mother, the Imperial Princess Fuwa were not punished.
  494. Although the Prince had to wander around different places, in June 1409 he moved back to Fushimi, where the Imperial estate of successive Imperial generations was called Fushimi dono.
  495. Although the Qi Dynasty fell in a short time, the Tang Dynasty was weakened and reduced to a local government which ran only Chang'an, the capital.
  496. Although the Ray was discharged after that, the materials transported from India were used as planned.
  497. Although the Retired Emperor Junna and Imperial Prince Tsunesada refused to accept the position of Crown Prince many times, fearing to becoming involved in the power struggle, the Retired Emperor Saga and Emperor Ninmyo persuade them not to resign from the position of Crown Prince.
  498. Although the Ritsuryo was not completed during Emperor Tenmu's lifetime, the ryo administrative codes were completed and enforced in 689 during the reign of Empress Jito.
  499. Although the Roju Masayoshi HOTTA tried to break the deadlock by using his authority in the Imperial Court, he could not obtain Imperial sanctions from Emperor Komei since members of the sonjo (royalist) party in Kyoto including Unpin UMEDA prevented it.
  500. Although the Russian Army went on the offensive between October 9th through to October 20th, it ended in failure in the face of staunch resistance put up by the Japanese Army (The Battle of Saka).
  501. Although the Russian Empire's entry into the war was motivated by its traditional policy of southward expansion, this defeat prompted it to abandon this policy in the Far East.
  502. Although the Saito family was regarded as the supporter of the 'Oda Yamatonokami family,' Myochin sent reinforcements to Toshihiro against the order of the bakufu when Toshihiro began to attack Kiyosu-jo Castle.
  503. Although the Samurai concept was in its infancy, first to third generation Samurai were significantly involved in both sides of the wars.
  504. Although the Sanin Main Line ends at Hatabu Station, trains run farther to Shimonoseki Station.
  505. Although the Sanjonishi family's shoen were scattered mainly in Kinai District (the five capital provinces surrounding the ancient capitals of Nara and Kyoto) and Mino and Owari Provinces as well, income from the distant provinces was mostly far behind the standard, which caused a serious unstable income.
  506. Although the Satsuma army had its officers and soldiers began to surrender to the government army one after another after this, it tried to find a winning possibility in Miyazaki.
  507. Although the Satsuma army was defeated in the battle of Tabaru Slope, it had established defensive positions along the line connecting the Ariake sea, Kichiji Pass, Ueki, and Waifu as early as on 21st.
  508. Although the Satsuma army was disadvantageous with insufficient soldiers in the beginning, it was reinforced by the Ito-tai troop after a while and managed to drive off the government army.
  509. Although the Senke jusshoku includes another tea bowl maker family called Kichizaemon RAKU, they and Zengoro have their own territories because Zengoro's major products are replicas of works which have been prized for a long time, while the Raku family focuses only on rakuyaki (hand-molded pottery).
  510. Although the Shiba clan ended up holding only Owari Province, it did not become a Kairai (puppet) of the Oda clan immediately after the Onin War.
  511. Although the Shimazu clan was finally deprived of most of its territories in Kyushu, it was granted the right to rule Satsuma and Osumi Provinces as a result of the post-war actions taken by Mitsunari ISHIDA and Tadamune IJUIN.
  512. Although the Shohei-Itto Accord had failed, Tadafuyu, who had become isolated in Kyushu, escaped to the Chugoku region, basing himself at the Toyota-jo Castle in the Nagato Province.
  513. Although the Shosho was untitled, it was referred to as 'Rikkenseitai no Shosho' in the table of contents in Horei Zensho (Compendium of laws and regulations).
  514. Although the Sino-Japanese War was called the First Sino-Japanese War abroad, this was in effect historically the second battle between the Japanese troops and Chinese troops.
  515. Although the Soeda family was very rich when he was born, the family eventually spent their all money as his father Shinzaburo was not interested in his own self-interest but was interested in charity, and then he started to travel from place to place with his family when he was seven years old.
  516. Although the Sokui no rei was originally going to be held in November, it was postponed because of the troubled national situation in the transitions of time, such as Restoration of the Imperial rule.
  517. Although the Southern Court forces later released Emperor Suko and others, the Muromachi bakufu did not approve Emperor Suko's return as Emperor, the bakufu tried to appeased his descendants by giving the respective title of Fushiminomiya.
  518. Although the Taira clan government was established under an aristocratic society, it had some similarities to the first military government, such as the setting up of jito (manager and lord of manor) and provincial officers in many places.
  519. Although the Takatsukasa family was succeeded to the following members; Sukehira TAKATSUKASA, Masahiro TAKATSUKASA, Masamichi TAKATSUKASA, and Sukehiro TAKATSUKASA, the male linage became extinct when Terumichi TAKATSUKASA (the son of Hisatada KUJO of the Kujo family) succeeded the Takatsukasa family from Sukehiro.
  520. Although the Takeda clan in Kai ruined the Imagawa clan and defeated troops of Tokugawa and Oda in the battle of Mikatagahara, its westward advance was stopped because of Shingen's death.
  521. Although the Tanba-ben dialect belongs to a Kansai-ben dialect, its usage differs a bit from that of general Kansai-ben dialect, and such differences in usage are represented by 'shiyotta (did something).'
  522. Although the Teibu-bon is generally said to have been written by Ouyang Xun following the model, there is also no ground to guarantee the fact.
  523. Although the Tekijuku was a medical school, he seemed to have learned the Dutch language rather than having studied medical science.
  524. Although the Tonbokiri was originally owned by the Hattori clan, it was later inherited by Tadakatsu HONDA.
  525. Although the Toshitoyo YAMANA was supposed to be Masatoyo's successor, Masatoyo doted on Okitoyo YAMANA in his later years.
  526. Although the Toyotomi Government had 'bugho', magistrates as government bureaucrats who were in charge of national politics from its beginning, they didn't have any systematic laws until the end of the government.
  527. Although the Toyotomi family sent out circulars to the daimyo who enjoyed the kind favors of the Toyotomi family particularly Masanori FUKUSHIMA and Yoshiakira KATO, nobody joined the Osaka side and only Fukushima gave silent approval for confiscating the rice stored in warehouses in Osaka.
  528. Although the Toyotomi family spent a lot of money in Osaka no Eki, the bakufu confiscated 28,000 gold coins (about 280,000 ryo) and about 24,000 silver coins (about 240,000 ryo) after the surrender of Osaka Castle.
  529. Although the Ueda school eventually abandoned five-line Western notation, the seven-hole shakuhachi developed by the Ueda school continues to be used.
  530. Although the Vocational Museum and Kidzania both provide minors with work experiences, there are differences between them as follows:
  531. Although the Watari-yagura (connecting corridor) turret was lost, it is a 2-tiered, 2-story tower-type keep directly connected to a smaller keep or turret, being the smallest (11 meters tall) of the existing castle towers.
  532. Although the West Army lost, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA (the leader of the East Army) forgave Hideuji and Hirotsuna, and they avoided the punishment of kaieki (forfeiture of status and possession).
  533. Although the Yamana clan fell in the aftermath of the Meitoku War in 1491, but the family line of Tokihiro survived.
  534. Although the Yodo-jo Castle in Fushimi Ward was built in the Edo period under the leadership of the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) as the castle of Yodo clan who was the only feudal lord family to govern Yamashiro Province, there used to be three castles that were called Yodo-jo.
  535. Although the Yoshida Tsukasake family is generally said to be a deputy of the Gojo family, they have nothing to do with the Gojo family in fact, and the Nijo family is actually related to them.
  536. Although the Yoshiwara (Tokyo Prefecture) was initially constructed as a residential in a suburb of Edo after the Great Fire of Meireki in 1657, it remained outside the control of the town magistrate's office and was excluded from the census taken within Edo Prefecture.
  537. Although the Zentan Bus Co. Ltd. used to operate a bus route coming from Hyogo Prefecture by going across the prefectural boarder and connecting to the Fukuchiyama City Local Voluntary Operation Bus route at Kamisasaki bus stop, the bus route was discontinued on September 30, 2008.
  538. Although the abdominal skin of cats had been generally used, because of its high price and decline in production, nowadays dog skin is used for practice shamisen and others, accounting for seventy-percent of the total.
  539. Although the above description in "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) does not clearly state the contents of the 'imperial edict', it is generally believed that the edict was to make Prince Otomo the next emperor.
  540. Although the above differs from the original meaning of fue, the term "fue" has long been used to refer to nodobue.
  541. Although the above impeachment was denied by Saigo and Okubo who didn't want to clash with Kido, the new government was on the verge of being split into the Saigo group and Kido group.
  542. Although the above proposal was once declined by Yoshida dormitory, the student center pressed forward with this case behind closed doors.
  543. Although the above story is said to have taken place in 450, since there are no other surviving ancient documents mentioning the events, it can only be supposed that "Jikku Kannongyo" was popular during the period in which "Bussotoki" was compiled.
  544. Although the above three books are generally known as works of Kenjo DAITEN, the fact is that Meika drafted the contents and Daiten compiled and published them as books.
  545. Although the accuracy is lower, this type of gun is suitable for hunting because it has small risk of accidental discharge and can be carried with burning match.
  546. Although the accuracy of "Taiheiki Eiyuden" isn't certain, this color woodblock print fully shows the personalities of two men, Nobunaga ODA and Murashige ARAKI.
  547. Although the accurate provisions are unknown, three Articles are known from the ancient documents handed down in To-ji Temple ("Toji Hyakugo Monjo" [100 case documents of the To-ji Temple]).
  548. Although the acitivity was suspended temporarily, foundation of the shrine was permitted in 1937 and an enshrinement festival was celebrated in May 1940 (表記の変更).
  549. Although the action of mediation can be represented by words, mediation is clearly different from Zen and distinguished basically because Zen adopts furyumonji.
  550. Although the actual kaisan (a temple founder as the first chief priest) of the temple was Hekitan Shuko, Hekitan treated Muso Soseki, his priest brother, as a kanjo kaizan.
  551. Although the actual reading of his given name is 'Michikaze,' the honorific reading 'Tofu' is often applied.
  552. Although the actual year of completion is not known, the castle is generally believed to have been built in the Muromachi Period.
  553. Although the additional laws made after this code are called 'Kenmu supplementary legislation,' it is said that the name does not refer to supplements of the Kenmu Code, but rather to supplements of the Goseibai-shikimoku that were made after the Kenmu period.
  554. Although the administration officially was the cloister government led by the retired Emperor Takakura, it was clear to everyone that it really was a puppet government run by the Taira clan.
  555. Although the affair was settled by Emperor's concession, the Emperor was smarter than Mototsune believed he was, and he changed the government into the "Shinse" style; for example, he appointed SUGAWARA no Michizane to a position of trust.
  556. Although the ages for uijin varied from person to person, in many cases the participants were in their early teens around genpuku (coming of age ceremony) and the parents were inclined to send them to a battle that they would doubtlessly win, wishing for their safety.
  557. Although the aim of this system was that imposing tax on producers would lead them to shift the increased burden for taxation onto salespeople and exporters for prices, this provoked agricultural producers into raising a reform riot.
  558. Although the allied forces recaptured Nagaoka Castle, commander Tsugunosuke KAWAI was wounded in the battle.
  559. Although the amount of Saisen is not fixed, many people throw in coins as Saisen.
  560. Although the anti-Shizei group won, the leadership was in the hand of the Insei group including Nobuyori which had MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo's military power in the background.
  561. Although the appendixes had been attached at the end of text in the Muromachi period, this style had them on the separate columns at the top of each page as well.
  562. Although the architectural style, incorporating rational structure and a bold design, was suitable for the Great Buddha Hall, it was incompatible with the Japanese preference for a serene space, and so Daibutsu-yo lost popularity after the death of Chogen.
  563. Although the area of the attack against Kishu were only the two provinces of Izumi and Kii, there were some important points of dispute which separated the medieval period and recent times in this series of battles.
  564. Although the areas where soldiers and ammunition are retained by the Department of War; that is, areas where their withdrawal is difficult at the moment, may eventually be confiscated, survey those areas thoroughly as well, because marking off fields in units of tan herein may affect the prospect of commencement in the future.
  565. Although the army and bushidan under the Ritsuryo system were groups both founded for battle, they were different.
  566. Although the army of Motonao KUMAGAI opened war with the Mori and Yoshikawa allied forces, the army was destroyed by the tactics of Motonari MORI who was the conservator of the head of the Mori clan, and Motonao died on the battlefield.
  567. Although the arrival was considerably later than planned, the main troops of Takeda's forces had still held out against attacks by Uesugi's forces, and with the separate troops arriving, Uesugi's forces became to be attacked from both sides.
  568. Although the art of the tea ceremony of the Shino school has been taught again since the Meiji period, it is said to be different from the original one.
  569. Although the assassination of SOGA no Iruka is sometimes referred to as the 'Taika Reforms,' the series of political reforms carried out after the 'Isshi Incident,' which was a coup d'etat, are the 'Taika Reforms' in a narrow sense.
  570. Although the assassination of Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA was planned by Hisahide MATSUNAGA before his death, he continued resisting the plan to the end.
  571. Although the assignment was normally given in the third year to complete one's study, she wrote a thesis on the orientation of frogs' eggs in her second year.
  572. Although the attack damaged Russian warships, it did was insignificant in the larger order of battle.
  573. Although the attack did not lead to the capitulation immediately, it caused the enemy in the castle to eventually give up the resistance and surrender the castle.
  574. Although the attendant figures of Shaka Nyorai (Buddha Shakyamuni) are commonly described as Monju Bosatsu (Manjusri) and Fugen Bosatsu; the attendant figures in this mural painting are unlike Monju and Fugen in their usual iconographic image depiction.
  575. Although the authenticity of this record has not been verified, it is believed that the origin of the Tsukigase Bairin goes back at least 600 years, as 'Tosen no Ume' is estimated to have lived 600 years.
  576. Although the author is unknown, a convincing theory is that it was written by an official, probably a man who was close to the Fujiwara regent's line or to the Minamoto clan, which was related by marriage.
  577. Although the author is unknown, it has been suggested that a retainer of Takauji ASHIKAGA or a monk closely connected with Muso Kokushi.
  578. Although the author is unknown, the Buddhist achievements of Prince Shotoku were mainly recorded.
  579. Although the author is unknown, there are various theories holding it to be either Yoshimoto NIJO, Kinkata TOIN or someone related to the Shijo family.
  580. Although the authorities in Rokuhara (Kyoto) tried to suppress the villains (at the request of Todai-ji Temple) the insurgency could not be suppressed..
  581. Although the authority for tax collection tends to be focused, kokushi were also given great authority for military police.
  582. Although the authority of Emperor was weakened after a long period of warfare which occurred following the split of the Imperial Court, the Imperial Court continued to exist mainly as the successor of culture and tradition.
  583. Although the authority of the ujinochoja sometimes temporarily declined during the medieval period, the Imperial Court granted the ujinochoja the privilege of ujinoshaku that allowed them to recommend candidates within their clans for the ikai (Court rank).
  584. Although the authorship is unclear, this is a masterpiece of emaki, depicting people's faces and dynamic movements in a light and easy style, and along with "Choju Jinbutsu Giga," it is considered to be an origin of Japanese manga culture.
  585. Although the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) repealed the taxes, Terutaka suffered from depression after this incident and it was only because his attempt to resign was turned down by Shogun Ieharu TOKUGAWA?that?he remained a Roju until his death.
  586. Although the bakufu cleverly succeeded to delay the execution of the expulsion of foreigners, partly thanks to the maneuver by Katamori MATSUDAIRA against the Imperial Court, the dissatisfaction of the Joi-ha (supporters of expulsion of the foreigners) further mounted up.
  587. Although the bakufu got some time until the expulsion of foreigners due to the Coup of August 18, the Emperor's will for the expulsion of foreigners was firm.
  588. Although the bakufu regulated the presenting of Shie, Emperor Gomizunoo followed the previous tradition of giving Imperial decrees, allowing the wearing of Shie by about 15 Buddhist monks without asking for the bakufu's opinion.
  589. Although the bakufu replaced the shugo with Tadatsune MOMONOI, it was impossible to suppress Kokujin ikki (kokujin (local samurai) revolt).
  590. Although the bakufu required Kokei to reduce the size of the Great Buddha Hall from eleven ken (approx. twenty m) to nine ken (approx. sixteen m), they were willingly to offer support.
  591. Although the bakufu side was not satisfied with this deal, the commander ordered the withdrawal of the troops in January 1864 (表記の変更).
  592. Although the base of the Takeda clan, Kai Province included a flat land known as Kofu basin, there were few usable fields available due to the flooding of two major rivers, Kamanashi-gawa River, Fuefuki-gawa River, for which high income from nengu (land tax) was not expected.
  593. Although the basic soup is a mixture of chicken bone and duck broth, the soup changes every day, and ingredients used in the soup of the day are displayed on a board in front of the store.
  594. Although the basis of all the sects was placed on the Rinzai sect, Zen was not the only teaching, and it was propagated along with the teachings of the Shingon sect and the Tendai sect.
  595. Although the battle between the Kokura clan and the Choshu clan continued even after that, the Choshu conquest practically ended with the total defeat of the bakufu army.
  596. Although the battle was initially a pitched battle, the Uesugi's allied troops, who outnumbered those of Mogami, gradually drove their opponent into a corner.
  597. Although the beginnings of Kokufu Bunka (Japan's original national culture) were seen in the Nara period, it was hidden under the shadow of Tang-way culture.
  598. Although the besieging army delivered blistering attacks, the army of Takayori ROKKAKU defended the castle well and finally succeeded in fighting off the army of Mochikiyo KYOGOKU.
  599. Although the big drum is called "a large skin" to distinguish it from the small hand drum, the material and the construction are almost the same as the small hand drum; only the size is bigger overall.
  600. Although the bill to nationalize the railways was repeatedly submitted to the Diet, it did not go through the Diet until Inoue's retirement in 1893.
  601. Although the bills on which the portrait of Shibusawa printed were not issued in Japan, the one-yen, five-yen and ten-yen bills of early days of First Bank issued in Greater Korean Empire had the portraits of Shibusawa, who at that time was the manager.
  602. Although the biography included both fact and fiction, it was accepted as fact since Denzaburo, true to his principles, didn't protest or offer any explanation.
  603. Although the birth ratio is over 1.8 and higher than the national average, dynamic trends in the population caused a natural reduction to occur for the first time in 2004.
  604. Although the body of the blade is simple with no inscription, it is considered to be a rare and valuable historical material that conveys a form of Uchigatana for actual use of this period.
  605. Although the body of the mountains mainly consist of sedimentary rocks, granite intrusions can be found in areas around Kyoto and Shiga Prefectural Road 30 Shimogamo-Otsu Line between Mt. Hiei and Mt. Daimonji.
  606. Although the body of the pagoda appears to be in the shape of a cylinder, a tahoto is basically a cube topped by a cylinder-shaped structure.
  607. Although the books titled "Book of the Dead" that were written in Egypt and Tibet are known as the old literature that explains the meaning of dying, they do not necessarily focus on issues at the time of one's death.
  608. Although the building was destroyed by fire in 1971, it was reconstructed in 1981.
  609. Although the building was repaired many times, it retains characteristics of old residences in Hitachi Province and is highly valued.
  610. Although the bullet hit the blade of the Japanese sword while spinning counterclockwise, the blade didn't suffer a nicked edge at all, which can prove the sharpness of a Japanese sword.
  611. Although the cabinet lacked the condition in the sense that the head seat did not have position in the diet (the House of Representatives), it was Japan's first party cabinet in terms of the fact that the cabinet members were not from the military but from political parties.
  612. Although the calories that were the bases for deciding the amount of distribution were calculated based on the Western-style age system, the actual distribution conducted based on the traditional Japanese age system; thus, such a problem occurred.
  613. Although the campaign itself was hardly successful, it marked a new phase in Kabuki by realizing the Emperor's appreciation of Kabuki and inspired followers to complete the (Tokyo) Kabuki-za Theatre.
  614. Although the career of KOSE no Kanaoka was not clear, he was regarded as a master of painting and the founder of Yamato-e, and he drew Yamato-e on a folding screen at the request of FUJIWARA no Mototsune, a chief adviser to the Emperor at that time.
  615. Although the cases of Kokushi kasei joso were decreased by the implementation of these policies, the expansion of shoen was not curbed enough due to the advent of zoyakumen (exception from all levies except the regular land tax) shoen or Kokumen sho (a shoen allowed exemption from so or other tribute in benpo or binho system) and so on.
  616. Although the castle was closed in 1595 with Hidetsugu committing suicide, the town continued to thrive, reaching a peak of prosperity with commercial operations of the Omi merchants.
  617. Although the castle was destroyed in the great Fushimi earthquake, it was quickly reconstructed, and became a symbol of the prosperity of Hideyoshi in the Toyotomi Period, with the town becoming an important administrative center.
  618. Although the cause is not known, there was no successor to the Kadenokoji family.
  619. Although the ceiling stone has been lost, it has the 17-meters-long stone chamber.
  620. Although the center building was burned down in 1941, it was reconstructed soon after.
  621. Although the center of administration in the north of Kyoto Prefecture is Maizuru City, the Fukuchiyama urban area has many other distinctive features.
  622. Although the central government had less control there than in the south of the Kanto region, it set up Mutsu and Dewa Provinces in the area during the era ruled under the ritsuryo system.
  623. Although the chance to in fact see Sarugaku was rare, the common people's concern was strong and whenever there was Noh performance event aiming at collecting donations for temples or shrines, a lot of spectators gathered.
  624. Although the change was intended to introduce Gregorian calendar, it was found later that provision was missing to specify "solar calendar years that are exactly divisible by 100, but not exactly divisible by 400 are not leap years."
  625. Although the character '釵 ' was often used for women's 'kanzashi,' it is believed that its use ceased during the Tenpo era.
  626. Although the characteristic of Myoo is a fierce facial expression, she has only a Bosatsu-style face expressing mercy.
  627. Although the charge of killing the shokan proved false, both parties were subject to disciplinary actions given that the Buddhist priest Koretomo did commit a crime (assaulting?).
  628. Although the chigyo-chi existed throughout the nation, 80 % of it was concentrated in the Kanto region, in particular, with 21% of all Hatamoto chigyo-chi in the Musashi Province where Edo was located, 12.5 % in the neighboring Kazusa Province, and 11% in the Shimosa Province.
  629. Although the circular shape was predominant, quadrilateral-shaped pit-type dwellings with rounded corners (sumimaru-hokei & chohokei jukyo) began to appear in the latter half of the Yayoi period (circa second to third century).
  630. Although the city once suffered heavy damages during the Siege of Osaka, it recovered with the support of the Edo bakufu that positioned the city as the only center of commerce in the western Japan.
  631. Although the clan adopted the name of Nara temporarily, Hidetomo NAKANOBO, who was Hidesuke's great-grandfather, adopted the name of Nakanobo.
  632. Although the clan had been senior vassals of the Kamakura bakufu as maternal relatives of the Hojo clan, they lost their power due to the Incident of the Iga clan, and then they worked as governmental officials responsible for practical works such as Hyojoshu (a member of Council of State) and Hikitsukeshu (Coadjutor of the High Court).
  633. Although the clan was of the Ashikaga clan, the Hosokawa clan in this period was not a powerful gokenin (an immediate vassal of the shogunate in the Kamakura and the Muromachi through the Edo periods), unlike the Shiba clan and the Hatakeyama clan whose kakaku (family status) were high and were highly independent from the head family.
  634. Although the classification of grades has been changed with times, the system itself remained until 1992.
  635. Although the collected information regarding this tumulus is quite limited, the sample Haniwa pieces (a clay image) excavated from the tumulus suggest the construction of this tomb in the late half of the 4th century.
  636. Although the collection of his poems "Gidosanshishu" (Collection of Gidosanshi) had been dispersed and lost, Korechika had been Chokusen kajin (poet selected by the emperor) after "Goshui Wakashu" (Later Collection of Gleanings of Japanese Poetry).
  637. Although the college tried to convince her to stay and pursue an academic career, she returned to Japan in August, 1892.
  638. Although the commentary of this edition had 2,800 characters in total, and had more than Teigen's 2,000 characters, it was much fewer than Ko Ankoku's, which was about 8,800 characters, and was far from being an adequate commentary.
  639. Although the company established 'Shin Makino Eiga Kabushiki Gaisha' in May of the year, production at Omuro Studio was not resumed and actors resigned from the company successively.
  640. Although the company fully operated to supply two or three films per week for three months after the reorganization, the Great Kanto Earthquake occurred on September 1 of the same year totally destroyed the business lines, particularly Asakusa, resulting in halting of the film production and distribution.
  641. Although the company initially operated bus routes from Demachi-bashi Bridge to Miyake-Hachimangu Shrine and Ohara-mura, it expanded its bus-route network year by year and once dominated the bus-service business in the Rakuhoku area.
  642. Although the competition rules specify the size in a centimeter unit, it is also generally called 'shaku-ni' (also referred as 'shaku-ni mato,' which stands for mato in one shaku and two sun).
  643. Although the concrete content of reform in the central government organization is not yet clear, some people assert that the establishment of sekkan-seiji (regency) and kanji ukeoisei (government office contract system) demonstrate the change in the central government corresponding to the Dynastic polity.
  644. Although the connection is not clear, they call themselves descendents of the Fujiwara clan.
  645. Although the connection with the Suzuki clan who was once a samurai family, is not clear, since there are diversified theories on it, this seishi (hereditary family name) is thought to be of the Shinto priest and its origin derived from the rice ear used at the rituals.
  646. Although the connection with the painted Yama-arashi has not been verified, there is folklore on Yokai (specter) Yama-arashi in various places across Japan,
  647. Although the construction of the roads were completed, the mainstay of land transportation had already shifted to railways and road development became out of date.
  648. Although the consular office was established in 1882, opening of the port was postponed until much later, and it was finally opened in January 1883.
  649. Although the consumption of sake continued to grow, the sanzoshu which was developed as a temporary remedy in the postwar rice shortage was taken root as the mainstream.
  650. Although the content and scale of hanko depended on each domain, every hanko made its retainers' young people enter it and would generally not accept the children of common people.
  651. Although the contents of the oath was unknown, it is thought to be the same oath as before.
  652. Although the contents of their statement are not known, there is a strong possibility that they made a statement about official investiture of their nephew, Norihito, to Crown Prince.
  653. Although the contents of this collection are not highly credible due to the editor's prejudiced impressions and incorrect hearsay, it does conveys the public feeling for patriot samurai in the end of Edo period and the demand for heroic tales at that time.
  654. Although the contents were Imperial orders, as a matter of form, they were documents issued by benkan and kurodo.
  655. Although the controversies were originally among scholars, the Yamatai controversy became a 'Yamataikoku boom,' triggered by a book called "Yamatai: the Phantom Kingdom" (Kodansha), by Kohei MIYAZAKI, published in 1967: the controversies now spread to the general Japanese population.
  656. Although the cost depends on the area, it is said that the typical market price is roughly around \120,000 per 3.3 square meters (around \5 M in total).
  657. Although the couple would obviously have been longing for a boy to take over the Date family, the baby born to them was a girl.
  658. Although the court music declined severely as a result of the An Shi Rebellion, it was revived in the subsequent generation and in 838, faqu was renamed senshokyoku (仙韶曲), and rien was renamed senshoin (仙韶院).
  659. Although the court rank of Jugoi was conferred on the Honda clan from the Kaga Domain, the corresponding post was not given to it.
  660. Although the court rank of persons who were actually appointed to these posts was higher than the above, the posts themselves were relatively low-ranking ones in the court.
  661. Although the creator is not known for sure, it is believed to have been created by Jokei at about the same time as the statue of Yuima was made.
  662. Although the current Tokaido takes a different route in some sections, its function of linking eastern Japan with western Japan (or the Kanto region with the Kansai region) has been the same since the Ritsuryo period, which means the route of the Tokaido is still indispensable for Japan today.
  663. Although the current main enshrined deity is Takehatsuchi no mikoto, the history of the shrine includes many references of Shitateruhime.
  664. Although the current main store is located in an obscure area in the mountains of Kizugawa City, many customers drive from far away areas.
  665. Although the current mihashira-torii is the one which was constructed in 1831 after the original one, the one depicted in 'Sansai-torii' which is the 11th volume of 'Hokusai Manga' (a collection of Hokusai KATSUSHIKA's sketches) is made of wood.
  666. Although the current platform can only support up to four cars, platforms of the stations located between Kizu Station and Doshishamae Station (including this station) will be extended by approximately March 2010 (the end of fiscal year 2009) so that they can support up to eight cars, as part of a plan to operate seven-car trains.
  667. Although the current structure was rebuilt in the late Meiji to early Taisho period to the design of Suekichi KAMEOKA, the building and its garden have a palace-like atmosphere from long ago.
  668. Although the curry power from Crosse & Blackwell (CB), a British company, had been considered as high quality, it was expensive, and inexpensive copycat products that included extenders or replaced the content with domestically made powder appeared on the market.
  669. Although the custom died out temporarily after the war, since 1973, posters created by Osaka Nori Wholesale Cooperative Association were jointly put up by sushi restaurants at their shops, spreading the campaign for sales promotion of maki-zushi which used nori.
  670. Although the custom of utagaki may be observed in both swidden and rice-growing farmers, it is prominent among the people in mountainous areas of slash-and-burn agriculture.
  671. Although the date can not be specified, the troops of Hidemasa HORI, the spearhead of the mountain side army, tried to cross the Saiga-gawa River after March 23.
  672. Although the date is not known, he is said to have made application to board a ship bound for another country, which was accepted and he left the shinsengumi; nothing more is known about what became of him.
  673. Although the date is unknown, at some point the north-west area separated off as Tajima Province, and after that, five districts in north separated as Tango Province on April 3, 713, establishing boundaries that would last long after.
  674. Although the date of Moritsuna's death is unknown, there remains a grave in Kurashiki City, where, it is told, Moritsuna was buried.
  675. Although the date was unknown, in early August, a small force of the enemy attacked Tamakurabe no mura, but IZUMO no Koma repelled the attack.
  676. Although the dates are unclear, it often refers to the period from 1162 to 1242, the eighty years when FUJIWARA no Sadaie lived, or the period from 1180 to 1239, the sixty years when Gotobain lived.
  677. Although the daughter of Hideyori (Tenshu-ni) was spared, the direct family line of Hideyoshi was extinguished due to the death of Tenshu-ni in 1645.
  678. Although the deaths of Kazumasa SOGO and Yoshioki MIYOSHI were rumored to have been the assassination by Hisahide, Nagayoshi, who was heart broken by the deaths of his family, was too weak to notice the true nature of Hisahide.
  679. Although the defense of Tamatsukuri fortress was abolished later, it is unknown when the abolishment was implemented.
  680. Although the definition and scope of the term Gaichi were not clarified, the law were put into effect assuming Gaichi offices indicated Chosen Sotoku-fu, Taiwan Sotoku-fu, Kwantung Agency, and Nanyo-cho.
  681. Although the demand for braided cord as a decoration of swords had been diminished after the decree banning the wearing of swords in the Meiji period, it became established as a kimono accessory used mainly for obijime.
  682. Although the denso-shu (a consultation form of denso - the job to relay messages of court's people to the Emperor) took charge of the work of awarding Onsho shortly, it was not long before the Kenmu Government collapsed.
  683. Although the descriptions in the "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters) and the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) show that Amenohohi did not accomplish his mission, thsose in the Izumo kokuso kanyogoto (ritual greetings of Izumo kokuso, the high priest of Izumo Taisha Shrine) suggest a different story.
  684. Although the descriptions on munefuda may contain some errors, they are important historical resources relating to buildings and the history or culture of the area, and many of them are registered as cultural properties.
  685. Although the design of samurai houses in the Kamakura period is sometimes called 'bukezukuri,' accepted theory in architectural history says it is not an original style but a simplified version of shinden-zukuri.
  686. Although the detail of this anecdote is not known.
  687. Although the detailed background is unknown, it is supposed that in Muromachi period the clan was divided into two families, Shimonokuni (lower province) family and Kaminokuni (upper province) family and they were opposed to each other.
  688. Although the details (such as the year of its founding) aren't known, this temple is said to be one at which FUJIWARA no Akirakeiko (Some dono no kisaki), an empress of Emperor Montoku, prayed for a safe delivery.
  689. Although the details are not known, Charles Alb?ric also held the title of count in France.
  690. Although the details are unknown, he is understood to have been killed in battle by Heike (the Taira family) ("Sonpi Bunmyaku" (a text compiled in the fourteenth century that records the lineages of the aristocracy) and so on.
  691. Although the details are unknown, it is documented that he was a priest at Honno-ji Temple (in "Shunkyuki") and six years younger than Sansa (in "Todaiki" [a famous chronicle describing the Early Modern age]).
  692. Although the details are unknown, it is said that yugisho started being used around the early Muromachi period as a revival of the ancient kukatachi and was used among private citizens at first.
  693. Although the details may not be accurate enough, it is thought to be true that a holy man named EN no Ozuno, who came from the Katsuragi-san Mountain did exist in real-life and he was sent to the Izu Islands by the slander of KARAKUNI no Hirotari.
  694. Although the details of his origin are not clear, it is known that Shomyo came from Abe County, Suruga Province.
  695. Although the details of the internal discord are unknown, it is thought that Hatayasu at least had no intention to switch to the side of Prince Oama.
  696. Although the details of the scandal was not clear, it seems true that the Retired Emperor deeply loved her, judging from the fact that he treated her with extreme care and that he entered into priesthood on her funeral day, mourning her sudden death.
  697. Although the details while he was the family head is hardly known, it is supposed that it was Morihisa who took sides with Mitsunao ASHIKAGA of Sasagawa palace at the Eikyo War as the family head.
  698. Although the development of Hokkaido was accelerated on the budget of the Ten-Year plan, the situation of Sakhalin did not change basically.
  699. Although the difference in their ages was 43 years, a difference greater than that between a parent and child, Munesuke contacted Yorinaga, who was wonderfully gifted and had many enemies, as a person who was much older and more experienced than Yorinaga, Yorinaga gradually came to pay respect to Munesuke.
  700. Although the disabled-accessible elevator is located near the north ticket gate, the disabled-accessible bathroom is located at the back of the south ticket gate, so the layout invites confusion.
  701. Although the discontented hikan (dependent retainer) of the Takeda clan had been in their Tango camp and refused the return of the fief, Kuninobu, who had joined the reconciliation, was unable to dispatch troop reinforcements to Tango.
  702. Although the dish had originally been unfamiliar to the general citizens, with the opening of curry and rice shops made with Japanese capital in Shanghai City, Japanese-style curry and rice has been gaining popularity.
  703. Although the domain government was a jinya, the family status was equivalent to a castle-owning feudal lord.
  704. Although the doors are missing, it was thoroughly reformed in 1755, and still exists today as a private house, recently it was purchased by Takashima City.
  705. Although the earthenware dated back to the Jomon period, the characteristic ear with decoration shaped like a snake near the rim of the mouth was not original; therefore, since it was presumed that this was the result of restoration, its designation as an ICP was canceled.
  706. Although the eldest son of Mikasanomiya, Imperial Prince Tomohito, enjoys his own independent life, he does not have his own Miya since he was expected to succeed the Mikasanomiya family.
  707. Although the election held during the French Revolution in the late 18th century is considered the world's first universal suffrage election, suffrage was granted only to men.
  708. Although the emperor was planning to leave the port on the day at noon, seeing the wind shift, he decided to depart earlier in the morning, so he went to each house, saying, 'Okiyo, Okiyo' (Get up! Get up!).
  709. Although the emperor's posthumous name or honorary name is generally given after his death, he named himself "Go-Daigo" after Emperor Daigo.
  710. Although the employment of Korean people was a prerequisite condition, it was possible for the Japanese merchant ships to exercise coastal trade at places other than the cities where ports were opened.
  711. Although the ends of their platforms are adjacent to each other, entrances/exits to the respective station buildings are at quite a distance and those transferring are obliged to make a detour.
  712. Although the enshrined deities of Tatsuta Taisha Shrine (Ikoma gun, Nara Prefecture) are Amenomihashira no mikoto and Kuninomihashira no mikoto, Amenomihashira no mikoto and Kuninomihashira no mikoto are identified with Shinatsuhiko no kami and Shinatsuhime no kami respectively in its shrine history or in Norito (Shinto prayer).
  713. Although the entire Hojo-ji Temple complex was destroyed by a great fire in 1058, Michinaga's son FUJIWARA no Yorimichi soon rebuilt it.
  714. Although the entrance for boats was decided under the agreement, the area held such an abundant supply of different freshwater fish that it was said that any boat was allowed to catch as much fish as possible after leaving.
  715. Although the established period of the organization relating to Saigu has not been determined, it is recognized that the predecessor of Saiguryo existed as an extra statutory office when the Taiho Ritsuryo codes were enforced.
  716. Although the ex-Emperor intended to build an army in the Togoku areas east of Kyoto, upon being informed in Koshita Village, Soekami-gun, Yamato Province, that his way was completely blocked, he returned to Heijokyo (Nara) and became a priest.
  717. Although the exact date is unknown, around the mid Heian period, Taneyori arrived at Hoki Province as a 'Gunji (the local magistrate)' of Kawamura Higashi, Hoki Province (the whole area of the present Yurihamacho), lived there and became a local lord.
  718. Although the exact number of disciples is unknown, it is considered about one half of that of Ura-senke.
  719. Although the exact year is unclear, he took the family name of Kamei after he married a daughter of Yukimori (her mother was a daughter of Hidetsuna KAMEI, the head of the chief retainers of the Amago clan) since he had a close relationship with Yukimori.
  720. Although the exact year is unknown, around 590, she married Oshisaka no Hikohito no Oenomiko, who was her older paternal half-brother.
  721. Although the existing two-storied pagoda was constructed in the Muromachi period, other buildings, such as the main hall, the front gate and hojo (a chamber for a chief priest of the temple) were constructed in the Edo period or later.
  722. Although the existing version (currently owned by the National Diet Library) has 12 volumes, it is believed that the original version consisted of three volumes.
  723. Although the expressive method of Japanese pictures is not obviously incorporated into this painting, it shows Manet's interest in Japan.
  724. Although the exterior maintains a conservative Japanese style tone, the interior incorporates Zen style (Chinese Tang Dynasty style) elements.
  725. Although the extremely low interest rates have helped them, if the interest on loans increased, it would be a big burden on their business.
  726. Although the fact that Saigyo had a daughter can be confirmed by other documents of the same age, their descriptions are fragmentary and many things, including her name, are not known.
  727. Although the fact that the diary of October 14, 1313 of "Hanazono Tenno Shinki" (The Records of Emperor Hanazono) described 'Today, I finished reading the 10th volume of Kanpyo gyoki' shows that Kanpyo gyoki existed in 10 volumes, no books exist now.
  728. Although the families of the deceased received their inheritance, the survivors of those who had failed to protect Naosuke were punished in 1862, two years after the incident.
  729. Although the family belonged to one of the discriminated classes as ever, it was allowed to monopolize the production and distribution of leather goods, toshin (wicks used for paper shade lanterns) and bamboo works, gripping a great reign of power with great funds.
  730. Although the family first referred to itself as the Arakawa clan, Yasutsugu INA, a grandson of Yasuuji ARAKAWA who had been given a part of Ina County, Shinano Province, by the Seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") Yoshihisa ASHIKAGA, called himself Kumazo INA.
  731. Although the family genealogy showed that he was the first son of Takefusa KIKUCHI, there is another theory that his parents were Takemori KIKUCHI and the daughter of Nyudo SATOMI (Monk Satomi).
  732. Although the family line of imperial succession changed to Emperor Suko's line, Emperor Gokomatsu showed his considerable will to justify his own imperial line by having this posthumous name.
  733. Although the family name was later changed to Kanroji, many branches descended from him left their names on the history of Japan as Tosho-ke (the hereditary lineage of court nobles occupying relatively high ranks).
  734. Although the family name, which describes the origin of the same clan, is the same, it was considered a different clan when the hongan was different.
  735. Although the family occasionally aroused the suspicions of the Hojo clan, which held control over the shogunate government as they held the post of regent, the lineage was maintained for generation after generation because of their marital relations with the Hojo clan.
  736. Although the family was Jigeke, Morosuke and Moronori were bestowed upon Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) during the latter half of the Edo period.
  737. Although the family was defeated, Tomomori survived.
  738. Although the family's house was burnt down in 1788 because of the Great Fire of Tenmei, she reconstructed it with the help of Sottakusai.
  739. Although the fate of this temple was one of continual decline, it was restored in the Edo period by Taichu (1552 - 1639), who entered the temple as a priest.
  740. Although the fermentation was originally mainstream, Kakinoha-zushi sold at stations and airports are often made using flavored vinegared rice to increase productivity and is shipped after one- or two-day storage.
  741. Although the festival is held at individual homes after the Pacific War, it was once held at a landlord's or masters' homes and not at individual homes.
  742. Although the festival used to be held on the first day of the horse after the beginning of spring (according to the lunar calendar) in ancient times, it is now generally accepted that the festival is held on the first day of the horse in February.
  743. Although the feudal retainers in the middle lower class close to the lord were implicated, there were special favors given to the Satake family and old vassals by issuing them more stipends (the Satake disturbance).
  744. Although the fifth head of the family, Chikushin, who is known for reviving the Yabunouchi family, lived at the same time as Joshinsai, the 7th head of the Omotesenke school and the symbol of Senke restoration, he was critical of the Sansenke for becoming pompous by accepting large numbers of wealthy merchants.
  745. Although the film was distributed by 'Kanshu Renmei' and released in theaters such as the 'Kikusuikan' in Shinkaichi, Kobe on July 19, 1928, YAMAZAKI's 'Kanshu Renmei' fell apart only days later.
  746. Although the first eiinbon published as a book had black-and-white pictures, the manuscript was photographed using full-color film and a DVD=ROM version with full-color photographs was published in December 2007.
  747. Although the first family name of Sho clan is said to have been Fujiwara clan, it was the new name obtained by changing its family name after the mid 14th century (after the Kamakura period), and it was properly to be Arimichi clan.
  748. Although the first-class cars were officially abolished with the October revision, at the end of August the mark of the first-class cars had been removed from the timetable, and the coupled first-class cars were opened to passengers as ordinary cars.
  749. Although the floor and tsuke-shoin (a built-in table) are prepared in the upper room, it does not have a nageshi (a horizontal piece of timber) and presents a simple and light image.
  750. Although the flower representing Kyoto prefecture is a weeping cherry tree, Saga-giku chrysanthemums and Dianthus were designated as flowering plants in March 6, 1990 (some people also consider them flowers).
  751. Although the formal name of the head temple is 'Hongan-ji Temple,' it is described as 'Higashi Hongan-ji Temple' to conveniently distinguish from 'Nishi Hongan-ji Temple.'
  752. Although the former Chosen Sotoku-fu building was removed, preserving measures were taken for the former Seoul station building (the former Keijo station) and the headquarters of the Bank of Korea (the former Bank of Chosen, designed by Kingo TATSUNO).
  753. Although the former large painting attracted attention, it did not win any awards (it was designated an important cultural property in 2007.)
  754. Although the forth son, since he was the child of the lawful wife, he was treated as a legitimate son.
  755. Although the fruit is richly flavored and has good storage quality, the force of its growth is strong and the fructification is unstable and is is said to be a cultivar difficult to grow.
  756. Although the game and competition are introduced into some of the budo, they were originally just parts of the budo.
  757. Although the gem was finally returned to Tankaiko, the ama died because of the wound.
  758. Although the gender of this kami is not known according to the "Kojiki" (Records of Ancient Matters), many shrines describe this kami as an eldest son of Onamuji no kami in their biography.
  759. Although the god is also known as Futsugami, it was originally different.
  760. Although the gods with Yumiya are also seen in Esoteric Buddhism and Buddhism as well as Hinduism, they are gods originating from Hinduism or mixed with gods of Hinduism.
  761. Although the governing structure by old han (feudal domains) was maintained for a while in the early Meiji period, Bakuhan-taisei was eventually brought to the end through a series of Hanseki Hokan (the return of lands and people to the Emperor) and Haihan Chiken (the abolition of feudal domains and establishment of prefectures) under the new policy of centralization.
  762. Although the government said that it did not become a constraint of national flag and anthem, Nikkyoso asserted that constraint on the basis of law was carried out in the field of education and conflict with conservative groups which promoted the raising of the national flag and chorus reading of the national anthem.
  763. Although the government started to withdraw han bills in exchange for coins at the actual rate after issuing the order, they only completed withdrawing in June 1879.
  764. Although the great length of "The Tale of Genji" puts it out of the scope of 'uta monogatari', the influence of "The Tales of Ise" is quite obvious; for example, the Tale of Genji uses many soji (phraseology) of waka including Hikiuta (analogy).
  765. Although the guides are believed to be someone from the party, FUMI no Hakase was not one of them.
  766. Although the hakama worn by a miko traditionally had a machi (divider that made it look like trousers) in it, a hakama called andon hakama (one without a divider) created by Utako SHIMODA, an educator, during the Meiji period became so popular among women that it has been adopted as the miko garment.
  767. Although the harvest time of August and September was close at hand, the Imperial Court was in a condition of little possibility of nengu unjo from the shoen and the koryo in the various districts to the Imperial Court and the influential families.
  768. Although the head family of the Kojima clan took sides with Toyotomi and perished in Osaka no Eki (The Siege of Osaka), later its branch family became the head of a large village.
  769. Although the head family of the Kono clan barely survived due to succession by his son, Michihisa KONO, who solely took the side of Kamakura bakufu, its influence in Iyo Province weakened afterwards.
  770. Although the head of Nobutada ODA was safe, news that 'Troops of Murashiga ARAKI was strong' was communicated even to Kyoto so that imayo (popular style of song since Heian period) became popular.
  771. Although the head of resident playwrights generally entrusts his assistants to write a script, he wrote the plot and the words for a new play and took notes about the details of the play by himself even after he became the head, which helped his assistants very much.
  772. Although the head of the Kanze family and the Tokugawa family had moved their base to Shizuoka for a certain period around the Meiji Restoration, they came back to Tokyo in 1875.
  773. Although the head of the Toki clan, Yasuyuki TOKI, staged a rebellion against bukufu in 1390, his army was searched and suppressed by Shogun Yoshimitsu and the power of Toki clan declined.
  774. Although the head part was repaired in the Edo period and the body part from Kamakura to Muromachi periods, some parts of the statue, such as the pedestal, the right side, the sleeves from both arms, the thigh, and so on, remain their original part in the Tenpyo period.
  775. Although the height and the depth of the present building are almost the same as those of the original, the width is about two thirds of it (the original width was about 86 meters).
  776. Although the height of a standing statue of nihi is normally 1.65 m, this can vary.
  777. Although the highest office achieved was Sangi, many women of the Nishinotoin family worked in the kokyu (empress's residence) and many generations of the family heads left diaries, valuable records of kuge society in each generation.
  778. Although the himegimi was confined by her stepmother, she was saved by Michiyori, and they united.
  779. Although the historical resources mentioned above all have flaws it can be said that it is indisputably evident that a character named Goemon ISHIKAWA existed during the Azuchi-Momoyama period, and that he ganged up to commit robbery and that he was executed in Kyoto.
  780. Although the history after that is unknown, the manuscript is considered to have been read without being buried because throughout it there are a large number of revisions made by multiple different hands.
  781. Although the history around his birth is not clear because there are various opinions about it as stated below, they all have two common points.
  782. Although the history of the temple since then until the Medieval period is not so clear, it is obvious that the existing main hall was founded in 1279, according to the signature on a ridgepole.
  783. Although the house of Ononomiya was a major branch of the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan, it lagged behind the house of Kujo, a minor Fujiwara branch, in the struggle for leadership between the two Sekke regent families.
  784. Although the house of the grandson of Imperial Prince Hisaaki, Shoeki is called 'the Itsutsujinomiya Imperial family' (in the book "Tenryuji Jusho Mokuroku") around 1367, there are no records left indicating that either Fukakusanomiya or Shoeki were given the title of Imperial Prince.
  785. Although the idea of emphasizing tax on land existed in the era when FUJIWARA no Fuyutsugu was in power during the first half of the 9th century, it stopped short of reversing the principle of people-based governance.
  786. Although the idea of preventing enemies from invading from mountainsides dates back to at least the Great Wall of China, nobori-ishigaki were localized structures with the purely military objective of protecting combatants.
  787. Although the identity of his mother is unknown, there is a widely-accepted theory that she was a younger sister of a Gion no nyogo (Gion consort).
  788. Although the image that he didn't get along with Hideyoshi has generally been established, it is said that he gave his own soldiers to Hideyoshi in a battle.
  789. Although the immigration project of the company fell through, it placed the focus on land-owning and money-lending businesses making Korean people work in the condemned land under Kisei Jinushi Sei (the landownership in the period of the establishment of the Japanese capitalism).
  790. Although the imperial command was given to MATSUKATA on September 10, organization of the Cabinet did not progress smoothly due to failure in measures against Imperial Diet in the previous First MATSUKATA Cabinet.
  791. Although the imperial line had succeeded from Emperor Tenmu, there had been a string of power struggles and Shirakabe no okimi (Prince Shirakabe), a descendent of Emperor Tenchi became Emperor Konin following the order of succession.
  792. Although the importance of the Higashi Koya-kaido road declined after the Heian period, it became crowded with people at the entrance to Mt. Koya as visitors to Mt. Koya increased due to the spread of the Buddhist belief among the general public.
  793. Although the inclines fell into disuse along with the demise of water transportation, part of the facilities of Keage Incline has been preserved (although they are currently not working).
  794. Although the integration of a native ethnic belief and politics was forced to be implemented by the government for Shinto, Shinto did not spread and establish the doctrine in language in a uniform manner, and it seems to be because it has been '神在随 事擧不為國' since the ancient times.
  795. Although the interior of the bathroom was originally built of wooden boards, ceramic tiles were preferred and adopted amid the preference for a modern atmosphere and, more importantly, cleanliness.
  796. Although the introduction of type 72 cars to such a line was obviously service degradation, the Keihanshin Local Line was forced into this since type 51 and 70 cars were easy to use and the number of lines to which type 72 cars could be transferred was limited.
  797. Although the introductory words are lost, the content can be supplemented by referring to Uji Shui Monogatari (a collection of the Tales from Uji) story volume 10, 'Burning of the Oten-mon Gate by Dainagon (chief councilor of state) BAN.'
  798. Although the jinya of the Oda clan in the Tanba-Kaibara clan was located in Kaibara of Hikami County (present Kaibara, Kaibara-cho, Tanba City), the clan was small in size with its territory scattered in various areas of Tanba Province.
  799. Although the kabuki-mono culture was at its peak in the Keicho era, the Edo bakufu and each domain strengthened their crackdowns at the same time, and then Kabuki-mono finally disappeared.
  800. Although the kinds of tane are not determined, it is common to avoid foods (clams - common orient clam, squid, etc.) which may harden when cooked at a high temperature.
  801. Although the knowledge which Shoan introduced had big influence on the Taika Reforms, he was not involved in the new government.
  802. Although the kuge society was retained until the end of the Edo period, it was abolished in the course of the Meiji Restoration and most of the kuge shifted to the social status of peerage.
  803. Although the lands and the buildings related to military and castles across the country have been managed by the Department of War, an order was given to renew the management of those that are required by Army, as shown in Supplement 1.'
  804. Although the lands and the buildings related to the military and castles across the country have been managed by the Department of War, an order was given to renew the management of those that are required by the Army, as shown in Supplement 1.
  805. Although the large-scale set that perfectly reproduced the matsu no roka (the large corridor with pictures of pine trees on the wall in Edo-jo Castle) received attention and the film won a Special Award of the Minister of Education, Mizoguchi was upset by the huge commercial failure of the film.
  806. Although the larger of the magatama excavated from tombs are in the 3-4 cm range, a magatama of 6 cm in length was excavated from the imperial mausolea and tombs of Tsukamawari (which might be a Baifun (tombs of the vassals and their famlies) of imperial mausolea and tombs of Oyama) in Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture in 1912.
  807. Although the largest-scale operation was conducted in 1959, they only found the mines.
  808. Although the legs were originally in a semi-lotus position like the principal image statue of Ishiyama-dera Temple, it was modified into a sitting statue as it is today.
  809. Although the length of the period depends upon the species of Palimuridae, the period for Ise ebi is about 300 days.
  810. Although the letters were dated, no letter exhibited in what year it was written; there are various theories as to the years, between 810 and 812.
  811. Although the lifespan isn't known because there are no statistics, the tree that reaches a large diameter is theoretically believed to have an unlimited lifespan.
  812. Although the line has an advantage in terms of fare, it is under an overwhelming handicap when it comes to acquiring passengers because it still has a single track section, where the number of cars of the train is small and Yokkaichi Station is located far from the city center.
  813. Although the line of the eldest son, Nagauji KIRA, was the head of the Kira clan, the lineage of the second son had been calling themselves Kira for thirteen generations.
  814. Although the line's modernization was delayed, the Nara-Minatomachi section and the Nagoya-Kameyama section were electrified in 1973 and 1982 respectively.
  815. Although the lineage of Kanamori family was later continued by Nobuyuki KANAMORI, the biological son of Tomonao, it is unknown what happened to the family after Meiji period.
  816. Although the location and the size of the existing Saikon-do Hall are the same as those of the Nara period, most of the main components of the hall were replaced with new ones in the Kamakura period due to the repair, which could be also called reconstruction, in the Kamakura period.
  817. Although the location of Prince Yashiro no oe's graveyard is unknown, there is a tradition saying that a hill called Oka no hara near Horin-ji Temple (Ikaruga-cho) is his graveyard.
  818. Although the long bow itself was unique in the world, the unique style to use Chokyu on horseback was established in Japan.
  819. Although the lord of domain implored him to take moderate approach but he did not listen to the lord's pleading, saying that he accepted the charge under the words that 'once having entrusted, nobody would interfere in the affaire afterwards,' and he brushed off the chief retainer in service
  820. Although the lord of the Kishu Domain Mochitsugu TOKUGAWA was appointed as the governor general of the Choshu Conquest troops at first, it changed to Yoshikatsu and he went to the front with a feudal retainer of the Satsuma Domain Takamori SAIGO as the Senior Staff.
  821. Although the magnificent mountain streams, after which 'Tsukigase Baikei' was named, were submerged under water when Takayama Dam was built in 1969, in recent years the manmade Lake Tsukigase's waters and the plum groves have harmonized to create a new scenic view.
  822. Although the main hall constructed in 1761 burned down in 2003, the Buddhist statue, which is designated as an important cultural asset, was undamaged since it had been installed in the storage room.
  823. Although the mainstream of the myth concerning Ama no Iwato is almost the same between Kojiki and Nihonshoki, there are a few differences in detail between them.
  824. Although the major condiment is mustard all across the country, Misodare or green onion sauce is used in some areas.
  825. Although the major fibrous meat is cow line meat, pork is also used in some areas of the Chubu region.
  826. Although the majority of dwellings excavated from the Yayoi period was tateanajukyo (a pit dwelling house), flat-land dwellings and dug-standing pillar buildings are also assumed.
  827. Although the majority of the Hata clan branches called themselves the Koremune clan in the Heian period, there remained a number of branches, including the Togi family of Gaku ke (a family which served the Emperor as court musicians), which claimed descent from the Hata clan.
  828. Although the makeup of Kabuki Buyo (Kabuki dance) is essentially the same as the aforementioned Kabuki, the dancers often put on thick black eyeliner and sometimes wear excessively tipped eyelashes during dance recitals.
  829. Although the man had initially attempted to run away, with just one look at Shingen he was overpowered by his majestic appearance and accepted his lot as a body double for Shingen.
  830. Although the man used an impolite way of addressing Shijo like 'Omae,' he began to use polite and respectful ways, such as 'Dannna (sir)' or 'Sensei (teacher)' and listen to him with an open mind.
  831. Although the manuscript notes at the end of the book state that the author of Roei Hyakushu is allegedly FUJIWARA no Ietaka (Junii [Junior Second Rank]), studies on the subject have progressed in recent years, and it is virtually certain that the author was FUJIWARA no Takafusa (1148 ? 1209).
  832. Although the marriage with Iemochi was confirmed officially, she made the bakufu promise to build a new Palace for her half younger sister, Katsuranomiya Imperial Princess Sumiko, or to make sure she would have her own room in the style of the Imperial Palace, not in the inner rooms of the shogun's palace (Ooku) style, after the marriage.
  833. Although the material production, repair, restoration and traditional skills indispensable for the preservation of cultural properties aren't "cultural properties," they are within the scope of protection under the Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties.
  834. Although the materials used in preparing Butajiru will differ according to the region or household, the following are commonly used:
  835. Although the mausoleum is located in 洞, Okubo-cho, Kashihara City today and this area was called Oaza Yamamoto, Kashi-mura, Takaichi gun in the Taisho period, both are the same place.
  836. Although the medium sized buses had been occasionally used when a substitute bus was necessary, this irregular operation was turned into a regular service after the timetable revision made effective on October 19, 2008.
  837. Although the members of Roshigumi who were from the Tennen Rishinryu school, including Isami KONDO, did not follow the return of Roshigumi to Edo and stayed in Kyoto, Rintaro returned to Edo without following his fellows.
  838. Although the members of the first envoy are not identified, the envoy of 684 included senior envoy INUKAI no Tasuki and junior envoy KAWARA no Kane, according to "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan).
  839. Although the message was suspected of a faked letter due to its format, Korea dispatched a responder (the Tsushima Domain gave the Edo bakufu false information that the messenger was an emissary.)
  840. Although the military currency was issued in order to be used in French Indochina, very few notes were used.
  841. Although the military strength after increasing soldiers of Natori-dan is unknown, Natori-dan continued to defend Isawa-jo Castle.
  842. Although the minting came to an end because Shinsuke died of illness before long, Shobei SATO, Shinsuke's son, who succeeded to Shinsuke's business in 1635 requested to be allowed to reminting the coin.
  843. Although the mitsubishi-aoi was exclusively used by the Tokugawa clan, the Chionin Temple was allowed to use it because it was a family temple of the real mother of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  844. Although the modern shrine ranking system has some rankings named the same, such rankings refer to different types of classification from the Shikinaisha rankings.
  845. Although the monks of Todai-ji Temple had been working at Kensaku-do, those who learned the Buddhist laws directly from Jianzhen started their activities also at this Kaidan-in, at the end of the Nara period, when the necessary facilities were completed in the precincts.
  846. Although the monument had originally been near the main gate of existing Konan High School, but was relocated in 1930 when the schoolhouse was rebuilt with ferroconcrete in the time of The Second Kagoshima Junior High School, the predecessor of Konan High School.
  847. Although the most important factor in assigning Gunji, according to the ritsuryo system, was personal ability, it was the record and line of clan and family of the candidate, called Fudai (hereditary) that was actually prioritized.
  848. Although the most popular Buddhist title granted to Japanese gods is Bosatsu (Bodhisattva), some of them--like Hachiman Daibosatsu, whose Honchibutsu title is Amida nyorai (Amitabha)--carry a Honchibutsu title that differs from the corresponding Buddhist title.
  849. Although the mother and child committed suicide, the Imperial court reinstated and granted them titles since they were worried about any curse (Reinstated in 819, granted Junii [Junior Second Rank] in 839.)
  850. Although the mound for used chasen, built for this service, is found throughout the country today, making the mound is thought to be a relatively new custom that became widespread from the Taisho to Showa periods.
  851. Although the movement at the end of the Heian period to include Itsukushima Shrine was not successful, that shrine received offerings from the imperial court until the latter part of the Muromachi period, and even in the Edo period in the event of disasters.
  852. Although the museum continued to exist even after the bankruptcy, it is now closed due to preparations for a removal.
  853. Although the myths recorded in "Kojiki" and in "Nihon Shoki" do not mention Kaya no Hime as a goddess with a snake's body, according to some myth her husband Oyamatsumi no Kami (the god of mountains) has a snake's body.
  854. Although the name "Bo-no-te" is popular, it is called differently in each region such as Tachiodori, Hanatoriodori, Bosasara, or Tachifuri.
  855. Although the name 'Higashiyama' had been used in ancient time of the Heian period, it became popular since the Muromachi period.
  856. Although the name 'Nene' had been used in NHK historical dramas for a long time, the name 'O-ne' was used in "Hideyoshi" in 1996 and "Toshiie and Matsu" in 2003.
  857. Although the name '浅井' often pronounced as 'Asai' in dramas and others, it should be read 'Azai' as mentioned above, and even in Shiga Prefecture today, it is read 'Azai.'
  858. Although the name Jinja-Honcho (神社本庁) includes 'cho (庁)', it is not an administrative organ but a religious corporation.
  859. Although the name contained 'do' (hall), it is architecturally Honden (main shrine building) of Nagare-zukuri style (the front roof extends in a gentle curve into a projecting eave over the entrance).
  860. Although the name implies small castella (a kind of sponge cake), they are actually more reminiscent of pancakes.
  861. Although the name is referred as a sushi, it usually refers to the sliced fish served without rice.
  862. Although the name of Nihon Daruma Sect is commonly used at present, this sect was simply called Daruma Sect while Nonin was alive because the current name, which includes the word of 'Nihon' (Japan), was put into use by researchers in early modern times.
  863. Although the name of OKISOME no Oku isn't mentioned in the description of the Jinshin War in "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), the proclamation about his theft explained below proves that he had made achievements supporting Prince Oama.
  864. Although the name of each piece of music differs depending on the preservation society, Ko and Ren, the words and terms below are based on the brochure which was produced in about 1990 at the training session of danjiri-bayashi hosted by Youth Groups committee in Osaka City.
  865. Although the name of the line is derived from the fact that it runs in an east-west (tozai) direction in the center of Kyoto City, the distance of the section that runs in an east-west direction is only about half the entire line.
  866. Although the name origin is not clear yet, there are types of ohayashi (festival music) called 'Shangiri' in many parts of the nation.
  867. Although the name 太政官 under the ritsuryo system was adopted, Dajokan during the Meiji period underwent several reforms in the organization.
  868. Although the names of star Shokujo and Kengyu firstly appeared in "Shikyo" (Chinese poetry book) compiled in the Spring and Autumn period and the Warring States period, it is not clear which stars these two pointed to.
  869. Although the national government tried to rationalize their control by exchanging and consolidating jurisdictions of fu, han and ken areas, only a part of such reform was realized until Haihan-chiken, leaving almost no confusion of jurisdiction eliminated.
  870. Although the nengajo should basically be written on a postcard, photographic material can be sent by e-mail or one can send the URL of a specific web page.
  871. Although the nengu (land tax) paid to the lord of the manor or the Jito was conventionally collected by the lord or the Jito, the jigeuke (under which soson undertook the payment of nengu in a lump sum) prevailed after the soson was formed.
  872. Although the new administration had overthrown the Kamakura bakufu, it was essential for the administration without its own military force, to reward warriors, who participated in the coup to overthrow the Kamakura bakufu, so as to prevent them from plotting a breakaway.
  873. Although the new currency system was prepared for its establishment because minting new currencies started in the Mint, it was not decided yet whether standard money should be gold or silver.
  874. Although the novel describes them as spiteful and malevolent, in real life they were very kind to her; besides, the novel described Chiyo as being treated like a slave when she entered the okiya (geisha dwelling), when in fact, Iwasaki was treated kindly and preferentially.
  875. Although the number has decreased in recent years, traditionally peddlers called 'natto uri' used to sell natto on the road.
  876. Although the number of boats and ships using the port has continued to decline recently, the port serves as a fishery base, taking advantage of its location near fertile fishing grounds.
  877. Although the number of deaths from traffic accidents has been reduced as traffic safety measures have been advanced, the number of traffic accidents have been increasing along with the increase in traffic and the progress in aging.
  878. Although the number of eggs varies depending on the condition of each patient, the rough standard would be one per day.
  879. Although the number of examinations held per year varies according to Dan-i, there are approximately eight for Rokudan, six for Shichidan and four for Hachidan.
  880. Although the number of his works that still exist is even smaller than that of Chojiro, Sokei began to place the seal of the letter 'Raku' (楽 in Japanese character) on the kodai (the base section of a teacup) of his works, that is common to the present Raku ware products.
  881. Although the number of passengers as well as trains is large since this section is within the Urban Network, almost the entire line, except for a specific portion, is single-track and the transportation capacity in morning rush-hour is approaching saturation.
  882. Although the number of poorly-fed children is fewer than before, it is true that they still remain today.
  883. Although the number of retainers on Kira's side is uncertain, as there are various theories, the book written by bakufu coroners after the raid stated that 'there were 89 chugen and komono (ranks below common soldier).'
  884. Although the number of shokukata fluctuated depending on the successive iemoto (the head family of a school), it was organized into the current jissoku during the Meiji period.
  885. Although the number of soldiers of bakufu forces out numbered the Nitta forces, the situation gradually turned in favor of the Nitta forces with the support of gokenin in Musashi Province, such as the Kawagoe clan, who were also increasingly dissatisfied with bakufu.
  886. Although the number of soldiers under Teruhiro's command was small, he defeated Tsuneyoshi ICHIKAWA in a sea battle.
  887. Although the number of toji drastically decreased due to a long-term depression of sake consumption, more young people have been appreciating the sake culture and trying to be toji since the 1980s.
  888. Although the number of unit varied according to the times, mochigumi was composed of 4 firearms units and 3 shooting arrows units in 1632.
  889. Although the nutritional quality of proteins in the white is lower than those contained in the yolk, the nutritional effect of tamago kake gohan is higher with a whole egg than with a yolk only.
  890. Although the nyobo feared the consequences and kept the incident a secret, Ryuju no mae (龍樹の前), who was a Kagesue's mistress, disclosed the secret and Kagesue told Kagetoki about it.
  891. Although the official documents during this period continued to be written in Chinese prose, expressing things in Early Middle Japanese, using hiragana, started to become popular.
  892. Although the official name of the head temple is 'Hongan-ji Temple,' it is described as 'Higashi Hongan-ji Temple' for convenience to differentiate from 'Nishi Hongan-ji Temple.'
  893. Although the old literature, mentions about Ishidera Rakuichi, it contains a place name 'Honaicho,' which is not located in Oaza-ishidera.
  894. Although the old railway to the north of Takarazuka along the Muko-gawa River was discontinued (a part of the line is now used as a walking trail), the Fukuchiyama Line and Muko-gawa River still have close mutual ties.
  895. Although the oldest son of Emperor Gosaga and favored by his father, his mother's low status meant he had little chance of ascending the throne, leading the Emperor to worry about his future.
  896. Although the oldest volume of the school (from the early Edo period) is Kyogen rikugi which is housed in the Tenri Central Library, very little has been changed from that time due to the fact that it was developed at a late date.
  897. Although the one having a white periphery is mainstream nationwide, a red-periphery one is seen in some areas such as Kyusyu region.
  898. Although the onsen-ryokan business is not lucrative by its nature due to seasonal variations in the number of travelers, they have repeatedly borrowed money to finance their competition in increasing or upgrading facilities and equipment.
  899. Although the operation of 'Taisha' was later abolished, 'Emerald' continued to operate during the sea-bathing season.
  900. Although the operation of local trains was divided into two lines, the same blocking system was assigned to both inner and outer tracks, and the traffic lights, installed at a distance designed with the assumption of braking power of freight trains, gave immediate signals to restrict the speed of the following trains.
  901. Although the operation was temporarily suspended during the war, it was subsequently restored.
  902. Although the opinions are different from one another in details, it is generally considered that Oe was the title for the Imperial Prince who were most probably inherit the throne among a lot of the Imperial Princes.
  903. Although the order created dissatisfaction inside Tadateru, he obeyed it eventually.
  904. Although the order for its amendment was issued, it was not enacted after that and Santei Ritsuryo Code was practically abolished.
  905. Although the order may vary depending on the region or the house, osechi dishes are commonly packed as follows:
  906. Although the order of drinking varies from region to region, officially it should be had in the order of age, from youngest to oldest.
  907. Although the origin is Kanto, it has been used nation-wide in recent years.
  908. Although the origin is not clear, it is assumed that it originated in the cutting and the use of the sleeve of a hitatare during mid Muromachi period.
  909. Although the origin is unknown, the title was used in the warring period of the late Qin Dynasty by Yo CHIN, who betrayed Sheng CHEN and worked with Er ZHANG to put a soldier on the throne as King Zhao.
  910. Although the origin of Kousatsu has not been clearly identified, Daijokanpu (official documents issued by Daijokan, Grand Council of State) issued in 782 describes the order of notifying the contents of kanpu to general public by setting up Kosatsu at government offices or on major streets.
  911. Although the origin of Tomo until that is unclear, the distribution of ruins and others suggests that it is highly possible that some sort of settlement was organized to some extent in the Yayoi period.
  912. Although the origin of Uneme is unknown, "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) describes that it was a custom of powerful regional clans to present their daughters to the Imperial family as early as the Asuka period.
  913. Although the origin of the event is unknown, it could be the rising antagonism to Zuryo (the head of the provincial governors).
  914. Although the origin remains uncertain, it is considered to be socks called shitozu, which were worn by nobles in the Heian period, or leather socks, which are said to have been worn by hunters in that period.
  915. Although the original D-day was set for January 2, 1868, Shojiro GOTO of Tosa Domain - on the side of the parliamentary regime - requested January 4, thus they made a compromise and postponed one day to January 3, 1868.
  916. Although the original amount of tax from Dazaifu was about 500,000 soku, the income from Kueiden was more than 1,000,000 soku, twice as much as the original amount.
  917. Although the original author is not known, Korehisa Hidanokami, Mitsunobu Tosa, and others are possible candidates.
  918. Although the original consisted of 20 volumes, there are surviving texts with 15 volumes, 21 volumes and 54 volumes.
  919. Although the original copy no longer exists, many versions of copies complement the original.
  920. Although the original crest given by Yoritomo was 'Makumon Nihiki-ryo', the clan changed it to 'Tate Mitsubiki-ryo' later.
  921. Although the original documents remain unpublicized, some of them are publicized at the Annual Exhibition of Shosoin Treasures in fall (held at Nara National Museum) while they are being aired at Shosoin.
  922. Although the original duty of Yuhitsu was to write texts in someone's place, as the centuries roll by, they started handling official documents and records, taking a role of clerks.
  923. Although the original method of making rubbings was only shittaku, another method called kantaku (dried rubbing) was developed later, and then this term was created in order to distinguish wet rubbings from dried rubbings.
  924. Although the original shrine for Konsei-shin worship is said to be Makibori-jinja Shrine enshrining a metallic goshintai in Makibori, Morioka City, Iwate Prefecture, it has not been confirmed whether or not it is true.
  925. Although the original text of Engikyaku is lost, many of its passages are quoted in "Ruiju Sandaikyaku" (a statute book written in the Heian period) and "Seiji Yoryaku" (examples of political affairs in the Heian period) written by KOREMUNE no Tadasuke to enable present-day students to guess substantial contents of the text.
  926. Although the original volumes were all lost, the volume titles are listed in the "Koninkyaku-sho" (Extracts of the Konin-Kyaku Code, listed below).
  927. Although the originals which Kukai took back were lost, a copy which is believed to be quite similar to the original is preserved at Jingo-ji Temple in Kyoto, known as national treasury Ryokai-mandala (commonly called Takao-mandala).
  928. Although the other students joined in the Gakuen Fukko Kaigi after the incident, the meeting turned into an urgent protest against the authorities of the Kyoto City Police, and they voted on a demonstration at the headquarters of the City Police.
  929. Although the ownership of the original work is unknown, there is a reprinted edition published by Kitada Shisui Collection in 1928 that shows its contents.
  930. Although the oxygen supply runs short in a closed Anagama kiln, the firing proceeds by high temperature.
  931. Although the paintings are no longer in existence, numerous designs are in the possession of the Tokyo National Museum.
  932. Although the pair of picture scrolls itself is thought to have been made in the Medieval period, some people argue that it was later revised, altered or edited, considering some differences between depictions of Mongolian soldiers and Japanese mounted samurai warriors.
  933. Although the part of Kiyotaki-kaido Road which runs from Moriguchi City center, through Kadoma City and up to Nakano district in Shijonawate City, is referred to as the Moriguchi-kaido Road, this section deals with them as one.
  934. Although the pass of 50 seemed to me very high, once easily getting over, the peaceful spring reigns over the world.
  935. Although the passenger train's chasis and frame at the time were build with iron, the main structure including walls and roof were wooden built and their modification was done by skilled Japanese master carpenters.
  936. Although the people who were arrested should have been given capital punishment, Empress Koken ordered to reduce the penalty by one degree which was transportation.
  937. Although the period in which it was written is unknown, it is thought to have been written no later than 1111 when OE no Masafusa passed away.
  938. Although the period of record is not clear since the complete diary is not extant, considering the state of the remaining abridgements and fragments, the diary is thought to have been kept from the eighth year of Encho, when Morosuke was 23 years old, up to his death in the fourth year of Tentoku.
  939. Although the period of the Northern and Southern Courts was a time of confusion, a theory says that the existence of the Southern Court made it possible for successive Emperors to continue on while possessing authority.
  940. Although the personality of Yoshitsune in the legends is shaded with romanticism, Yoshitsune described in "Heike Monogatari," which is considered to be close to the real figure, is a cheerful and broad-minded brave warrior and had no shadow.
  941. Although the platform facing the Karasuma Chuo-guchi (central entrance/exit) is 558 m long and is known throughout the transportation sector as the longest railway platform in Japan, Platform 0 (former Platform 1) is 323 m long.
  942. Although the platforms are for three tracks, no track number is displayed (no track number is announced even in the automatic public address system).
  943. Although the plot and ending are slightly different in some areas, it has been handed down in all regions of Japan, and is used as a material for rakugo (traditional Japanese comic storytelling).
  944. Although the poems in "Nihon Gafu" are about historical events, its descriptions are often different from the ones written in some reliable historical documents, as was the case with "Nihon Gaishi " (Unofficial History of Japan).
  945. Although the poems were mainly selected from the ones composed after Shin Kokin, they range widely over every era.
  946. Although the police investigated the possibility of suicide, but the results were not publicized.
  947. Although the policies to return back to the principles of the Ritsuryo system were implemented again from the late ninth century to the early tenth century (during the peaceful era of Kanpyo and the peaceful era of Engi), such policies eventually ended in failure.
  948. Although the policy is a little different from the one wabicha (wabi style of tea ceremony) used to have, there were cases in which some adjustments had to be made according to the guest.
  949. Although the political power sakaya had in the Muromachi period diminished superficially, it can be considered that they made considerable financial contribution to the cabinet officials of the Shogunate, magistrates and local governors, still retaining a significant political power behind the scenes.
  950. Although the portrait showing an image of Kenshin is still well known, it was amazing that the artist was asked to draw a picture of a sake cup in place of his back.
  951. Although the position of the tea master was passed to Sosen Shinjo, a deputy of the chief abbot of Myoshin-ji Temple, and then to Reijo Jinpo, subsequently moving to Ise City with her; however, the practices of the tea ceremony of the school were frequently performed in Keijo, and because of the end of the World War II, the school was evacuated from Keijo.
  952. Although the post is believed to have been created because falconry was the favorite sport of shoguns since Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, it did not become an official position until 1643 when 10 torimis were appointed under the wakadoshiyori.
  953. Although the practical management of the tea ceremony was assigned to a tea ceremony instructor in most cases, there were some examples where the lord himself had profound knowledge of the tea ceremony.
  954. Although the practice of reposing onryo came under the strong influence of Buddhism during the Northern and Southern Dynasty period, goryo shiko did not decline, even in the pre-modern era, where Seibei YAMBE was enshrined in the Warei jinja Shrine and Sogo SAKURA in the Sogo-Reido Shrine.
  955. Although the prayer manner was different in each shrine in the past, unification to the current method, twice bowing, twice clapping and one-time bowing' was implemented due to the separation of Buddhism and Shintoism in the Meiji period.
  956. Although the precise opening date isn't known, it's scheduled that the hotel Mielparque, related to Japan Post, the original landowner, will be built in an area further to the north.
  957. Although the prescribed number of chamberlains was initially eight, it was changed as time went by, and eventually it was increased to a maximum number of 20.
  958. Although the price of ivory has soared recently because of unavailability caused by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (Washington Convention), substitute plastic is being used only for the products for school educational purpose.
  959. Although the primary duty of a Kosho was to guard their lord, the main duties of a Kosho were to serve closely to their lord, doing daily chores and arranging visits by acting as a go-between delivering messages.
  960. Although the problem was kept under control due to ample funds from the bank's trading exchange market, huge withdrawals were made through the note clearing house as days went by.
  961. Although the production of koji (malt grown on rice used as a starter to make sake) is completely included in the job of a toji group at present, it was not included in the job of a sake brewing specialist group yet, and it was not even the job of a tsukuri-zakaya before the Koji Riot of the Bunan Era occurred in 1444.
  962. Although the quotations were referenced from the "Yokyoku Taikan" (a complete anthology of Noh plays), some characters have been converted into modern Chinese characters and punctuation marks have been added for readability.
  963. Although the railway line was designated as a semi-main line connecting Osaka and the direction of Sanin, the modernization (such as track improvement and electrification) was significantly delayed.
  964. Although the real reason for his exile is not clear because of many different theories, it is a fact that Kawaguchi had been exiled to Okinoerabu-jima Island for some reason before Saigo was sent there in 1862, and that he lived in Nishihara Village and taught reading and writing to the children of the island.
  965. Although the reason is not known, Ieyasu had a kumage no yari (spear decorated with hairs of bear) that once belonged to Mitsuhide and gave it to his cousin, Katsunari MIZUNO telling 'This is a spear that was once owned by Hyuganokami, who was a famous general. Have similar military achievements to Hyuganokami's.'
  966. Although the reason is unknown, he did not succeed the position of Goshi shiki (subdistrict headships) of Saji village which his father ruled.
  967. Although the reason is unknown, he most likely left the domain.
  968. Although the reason of cancellation is dissolved in one day, the initial actor cannot perform for three days (Suspension of the right).
  969. Although the reason of such a ruling style is unknown, it can be understood that he had been caught up in handling foreign affairs and homeland security because of the defeats in foreign wars including that of the Battle of Hakusukinoe.
  970. Although the reason of the reward is unknown, some scholar surmises this was because his family had applied for it.
  971. Although the reason why Kukai declined remains unknown, it is generally believed that Kukai feared the misinterpretation that Seventeen Pure Phrases in "Rishu-kyo" taught sexual intercourse led to jobutsu (to become a Buddha).
  972. Although the reasons behind making the images are not necessarily clear, they are believed to have been made in the Tenpyo era judging from their styles and the fact the word 'Tenpyo' written in black ink was found on the pedestal of one of twelve images.
  973. Although the rebellion started in Iga Province, the center of the rebellion lay in the northern area of Ise such as Asake-gun (county), Mie-gun, Suzuka-gun, Ano-gun and Kawawa-gun, and Taki-gun located in the center of the province.
  974. Although the rebellion was all but subdued, the Minamoto clan also suffered enormous damages, including the deaths in battle of Hideyoshi SASAKI, an old general, and as many as several hundred horsemen.
  975. Although the recipe of this food is simple, the texture may vary depending on a balance between the rice and the egg, for example, when the amount of the rice is too small or when the pit is too large.
  976. Although the reconstruction of Todai-ji Temple was suspended during the Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States) due to financial difficulties, it was completed after Kokei revived the position of Todaiji Dai Kanjin shoku.
  977. Although the record of offices and ranks he held are not mentioned, he received the high rank after his death.
  978. Although the relation with Goshiki Fudo is unknown, there are some Fudo-son with the same name outside Tokyo, such as the one in Gansho-ji Temple (Fushimi-do, Tondabayashi City, Osaka Prefecture).
  979. Although the relationship between the Nahaka-jinja Shrine and the Nahaka-aramitami-jinja is Honsha (the main shrine) and Massha (the subordinate shrine) at present, the Nahaka-jinja Shrine used to be the lower shrine and the Nahaka-aramitami-jinja used to be the upper shrine.
  980. Although the relationship of the main characters was changed into that between brother and sister, it was inspired by 'A Serpent's Lust.'
  981. Although the relationship was once severed following the Sanpo disturbance that erupted in 1510, Jinshin Yakujo (immigration rule where the Korean Dynasties warned the So clan) was concluded in 1512 and trading was resumed.
  982. Although the relationship with neighboring countries was worsened, trade among ordinary citizens continued, and Japan's trade with the Jiagnan region was getting especially prosperous with the development of its economy.
  983. Although the relocation of Hora Buraku was considered to have been forcibly executed by the state power, Masanori TSUJIMOTO (later became a member of the central executive committee at Buraku Liberation League), who was born and brought up in this buraku after relocation, disproved this recognition.
  984. Although the remaining pieces of a translated writing in the Uighur language were discovered in Dunhuang City by the Otani Expedition, the writing is regarded as a duplicate translation from the Buddhist sutras translated in words of Chinese origin (it is said that the translation in the Uighur language was prepared in middle Asia or China).
  985. Although the remarriage was understood to have been mediated by Nobutaka ODA, a theory that it was through Hideyoshi HASHIBA has become influential in recent years, due to a letter suggesting it was through Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  986. Although the repair of the Great Buddha Hall was not completed, the ceremony to consecrate the Great Buddha was temporarily performed in celebration of the reconstructed Great Buddha in 1692.
  987. Although the reputation of Yamada nishiki is still high, the sense of value implying that 'without Yamada nishiki, we can't produce good quality sake' is becoming tired.
  988. Although the request for the special loan to rescue Kitahama Bank was approved on that same day at the Bank of Japan head office, the loan for only three million yen was depleted within three days and withdrawals were unable to be met once again.
  989. Although the residence had been repeatedly burnt down and rebuilt, it ended its historical role following the Emperor Meiji's move from Kyoto to Tokyo, and it was demolished.
  990. Although the residence in Honjo was initially used to store Asano's belongings removed from the Tepposhu Kamiyashiki, it was handed over from Hikoemon YASUI to Yasutsune KATO (the lord of Ozu Domain in Iyo Province) on April 27 after the goods were transported to somewhere else.
  991. Although the result of this is unknown, he was favored by Yoritomo because of his talent and became his advisor.
  992. Although the result was wrapped up on 23rd, the question itself was thoroughly about the policy of expulsion of foreigners so the lower house members who were stuck for an answer replied 'expulsion of foreigners are impossible.'
  993. Although the resultant meat residues are rather hard, they are nutritionally rich in collagen completely without fats, and when stewed, they become very soft.
  994. Although the retired Emperor Gokomatsu ruled the cloistered government at that time, since he was not well and did not have any children, he adopted Emperor Gohanazono from the Fushimi no Miya family to allow him to succeed to the Imperial throne.
  995. Although the revisions of the law carried out in 1911, 1921, 1925 and 1929 had increased the autonomy and expanded the civil right, the basic character of this law remained unaltered.
  996. Although the riot was soon suppressed by Takayoshi KIDO and others, Dairaku escaped to Kyushu and waited for an opportunity to make a comeback supported by Gensai KAWAKAMI and others from the clans of Kurume and Kumamoto, where the joi-ha took control of domain duties.
  997. Although the road work for the building site incurred a huge cost due to the mountainous geography of Maizuru, the land reclamation work had been almost completed at the end of 1899.
  998. Although the rock was too heavy for him to run away, a noted sword handed down in his family flew from his house and stuck in the neck of the Ushioni, and he narrowly escaped death.
  999. Although the root gradually enlarges, it takes some period of time to grow enough to come into flowers.
  1000. Although the rules for zan-shin in naginata (long-handled sword) are different from those of kendo, an accurate attack without zan-shin is not awarded a point as in kendo.

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