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  1. Although the ryurei and bonryaku styles of tea ceremony later became accepted by all sansenke and other schools, in different forms, such a positive progressive attitude characteristic of Urasenke is rarely seen among other traditional schools.
  2. Although the sakaya industry had existed in Kyoto since the Kamakura Period, production of koji malt did not fall under the sakaya industry at the time, with the production and sale of kojiya malt being independent.
  3. Although the scene selling a light meal within station precincts is not limited to Japan, 'a box lunch'-styled light meal, which is made by stuffing one meal into a box and so on, is rare in the western countries.
  4. Although the scenery in the countryside did not change, the foundation of towns and cities came to be formed gradually over 45 years during the Meiji period.
  5. Although the scenery of Amanohashidate is entrancingly beautiful, the quality of water in the Aso-kai and Miyazu Bay across the Amanohashidate has been increasingly polluted due to the delay of sewage work in Noda-gawa River system, which flows into Aso-kai.
  6. Although the school followers ceased to exist towards the end of the Edo period, it is considered that the school has some relationship with the present Osaka line.
  7. Although the school had been prohibited to be taught and practiced outside Ando family as a tomeryu (protected school), it began to be taught to the public after 1970.
  8. Although the seaports in Hyogo Ward, Kanzaki in Amagasaki City, and Sakai City attract attention in the Osaka Bay, Watanabe no tsu was continuously functioning as the seaport at the river mouth of the Yodo-gawa River through the Heian period, the Kamakura period and the Muromachi period.
  9. Although the season corresponds to the present-day end of August when the lingering summer heat is intense, there were such benefits as fermentation of lactic acid bacterium was easy because of that.
  10. Although the second Research Committee of the Mining Pollution, as described above, concluded that the construction by the first measure decreased the mining pollution, there was no researching result to show they had stopped the pollution.
  11. Although the second Yukiyoshi YAMAJI was not appointed to Tenmomkata, the third Tokufu YAMAJI and his descendants inherited the position until the end of Edo period.
  12. Although the second daughter (O nyogo) of his lawful wife entered kokyu (Empress's residence), she could not attain Genji's support and her life ended without her becoming the Empress.
  13. Although the second daughter of Mitsuhide had married Muratsugu ARAKI, who was a legitimate son of Murashige ARAKI, she is said to have got divorced when Murashige raised a rebellion and to have remarried Mitsuharu.
  14. Although the sect supporting Goshirakawa's cloister government was regaining power, feeling uneasy about Goshirakawa's behavior and personality, Kiyomori did not wish for restoration of the cloister government.
  15. Although the section is handled as the same route, the fare of each company is different.
  16. Although the sections shared with Osaka Municipal Subway are up to Takatsuki City or Kita Senri, some fleets have entered into Katsura Station for trial runs or particular events.
  17. Although the secularity advances today, the matsuri still has a function of unifying a spirit of local residents whose interpersonal relation becomes poor due to urbanization.
  18. Although the sentences are different from each other, it shares the common context that it is the will of God for Ninigi-no Mikoto (grandson of Amaterasu Omikami) and his descendants to become the monarch and reign over Japan.
  19. Although the service that allows you to use ICOCA through cell phones hasn't been announced as of March 2008, if you make use of the Mobile Suica service you can get on and off the train with your cell phone in the ICOCA area, as well as do your shopping at stores that accept ICOCA Electronic Money.
  20. Although the shamisen was initially used by the blind in the Kamigata region (Kyoto and Osaka), it became the accompaniment instrument of Kairaishi/Kugutsushi (entertainment groups of puppet players) in the Bunroku era (1593 - 1596).
  21. Although the shape varies depending on the climate and natural weather of the region, permanent fireplaces for cooking have been in existence all over the world for a long time.
  22. Although the ship drifted far to the Kingdom of Champa, he survived the shipwreck and returned to Japan.
  23. Although the shogun family was formally placed under the imperial court, it was customary that the shogun family was accepted as a royal family by foreign countries.
  24. Although the shogunate arbitrated the conflict in 1414 upon receiving an appeal from the Kofuku-ji Temple and made Kokujin-shu (local samurai) promise to report to the shogunate and never to have a duel, the fire of conflict continued to simmer.
  25. Although the shrine has changed its place, it still remains in Kawabe as the Kawabetsutsukowake-jinja Shrine.
  26. Although the shrine is identified as Izanagi-jinja Shrine in Soejimo-gun in the Engishiki Jinmyocho (a register of shrines in Japan), it is also said to have been identified as Tomi-jinja Shrine in Soejimo-gun.
  27. Although the shrine ranking of Hansha was established for those to receive hohei from domain, there was no shrines ranked as Hansha, since domains were abolished by Haihan-chiken (abolition of feudal domains and establishment of prefectures).
  28. Although the situation differed according to the domain, when peasants had difficulties, the headmen (nanushi or shoya) reported it to the government on behalf of them.
  29. Although the situation in details was unknown, there is a legend that the head of Yorimasa who killed himself during the Rising of Prince Mochihito was buried in the Mino territory of Kunimasa (present Renge-ji Temple, Seki City, Gifu Prefecture).
  30. Although the sixth Toyokuni dedicated himself to the Ukiyo-e painting after retiring from the business in 1972, he never forgot his dream to receive a higher education, which encouraged him to enter the evening Momotani High School in Osaka Prefecture in 1996 at the age of 93.
  31. Although the size of hoshi-imo varies depending on the person who makes it, the piece generally sold at shops has a long and narrow tubular shape with length around 10-15 cm and width around 5 cm.
  32. Although the son managed to survive, his blood had been sucked and many parts of his skin had come off, so that he could not walk without a stick.
  33. Although the sons of the lord of the domain were usually born and raised in the Edo residence, since he was born in a branch family, Toyoshige was born and raised in the castle town of the Kochi-jo Castle.
  34. Although the sound caused by this is a kind of noise, it is indispensable for shamisen music.
  35. Although the sound of the word gotoku may suggest a deeper connotation and some interpret it with a labored emphasis on the connection with its homonym gotoku (five virtues), the etymology of the word has no relation to it as it is explained below.
  36. Although the sounds of the waterfall have long been silent, its name flows on, and can still be heard.
  37. Although the southern part of both Jinto-gun and Jinsai-gun were owned by Himeji Domain, the northern part was owned by Fukumoto Domain and its two branch families which were hatamoto.
  38. Although the species of '蝦' (ebi) has not been confirmed, according to "Jichu Gunyo" (Practices and Usage for Kurodo Chamberlain) in 911, '蝦' was donated from Settsu and Omi Province and delivered to the Imperial Palace.
  39. Although the specific method of calculation has not been revealed, they explained that "干支に相より簡法相立て" at the time.
  40. Although the speed is still not changed at the Niriki part, the tempo goes up at Shangiri part; the last part of the Shangiri speeds up even more and the very last part "jiki jiki jikkon" stays uptempo as well.
  41. Although the spring, known as Ishii-no-Gokosui, from which the name of the shrine is derived, was venerated by many people, it dried up during the Meiji period.
  42. Although the square measure of 1 se varied according as the length of 1 shaku itself varied from time to time, 1 se was roughly equal to 6 ares.
  43. Although the standard amount of sokoku was santo (about fifty-four liters) (equivalent to six sheaves), the actual imposed amount was not constant.
  44. Although the standard ryome for Ko Nanryo Nishu Gin was originally 10.12g, it was allowed to excess the weight by up to 0.18g for the convenience of the Ginza business at their expense and there were many weighing 10.30g.
  45. Although the station building is located in Kyoto Prefecture, part of the station site resides in Yamazaki, Shimamoto-cho, Mishima-gun, Osaka Prefecture, and there is a sign on the platform that indicates the prefectural boundary.
  46. Although the station has a ticket gate and a ticket window, it's now an unmanned station so those windows aren't normally used.
  47. Although the station is called "Fushimi Inari," Inari Station on the Nara Line, operated by the West Japan Railway Company (JR West), is located nearer to Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine than this station is.
  48. Although the station is located near to Nijo-jo Castle, surprisingly it isn't used by many tourists, and many of its users are found to be students or residents of the neighboring communities.
  49. Although the station is somewhat far from the central district of Nagaokakyo City, the number of passengers, especially commuters, is relatively large.
  50. Although the station was once unmanned, it has become a manned station due to the increase of passengers associated with housing land development carried out nearby since the 1960s; currently, the JR Ticket Office "Midori-no-madoguchi" is also in service.
  51. Although the stipend for a Kotaiyoriai was less than ten thousand koku (crop yields), they were treated as "taishin hatamoto" (hatamoto with high rank and high yields) and permitted to practice Sankinkotai like daimyo feudal lords.
  52. Although the stone chamber used to be open to the public, it is currently backfilled to protect the chamber.
  53. Although the stop is called "JR-Fujinomori Station," Sumizome Station on the Keihan Main Line (KML) is located nearer to it than Fujinomori Station on the KML.
  54. Although the stops along its route were reduced to Tennoji, Oji and Horyuji, which was less than regular rapid trains, it required a great deal of time to reach its destination because it stopped at Kashiwara to wait for Yamatoji Rapid Service trains to pass.
  55. Although the storm of that movement calmed down around 1871, it took long to retrieve the normal system.
  56. Although the street is a major route for buses connecting Kyoto Station and major tourist spots, traffic congestion often causes even the buses to be delayed.
  57. Although the street is sandwiched by Horikawa-dori Street and Ssamegai-dori Street at its eastern and western ends, it is not the extension of Samegai-dori Street.
  58. Although the striking sound is almost similar to the small hand drum, the types of different tones are less than those of the small hand drum.
  59. Although the structure was simple, the poems were selected meticulously, therefore they look like selected gems of written expression.
  60. Although the students were served modest meals in the dormitories, Ryoo served pickles as side dish and it is said that those pickles were original of Ryoo.
  61. Although the study focused on printed books, studies by Tadao DOI and Kunimichi FUKUSHIMA made a significant contribution to the discovery of a unique problem also in the transcripts.
  62. Although the style followed the Chinese work "Monzen" (Wen-hsuan, ancient Chinese poems), it also includes ganmon (written prayers related to Buddhism) that were unique to Japan, prose and waka poetry.
  63. Although the style of the garden makes it highly unlikely that it was designed by Jozan ISHIKAWA.
  64. Although the succession to family headship to Nobuyasu ODA (the son of Nobutake) was admitted because of the highly respected blood line of Nobunaga, Oda clan was forced to reduce their territory crop to 20,000 koku and change their territory to Kaibara Domain of Tanba Province.
  65. Although the surface of the statue was colored, the color is peeled off for the most part and the original color remains unclear.
  66. Although the swords called "Shinobigatana (Ninjato)" exist, there is a theory that says that it is doubtful whether Ninja actually were equipped with swords of this shape.
  67. Although the task was achieved with no problems, because he fell behind Shimazu's party he relied on the Konoe family and returns to Satsuma.
  68. Although the tato undertook myoden management, they were not allowed to have private ownership of the myoden fields.
  69. Although the tax revenue decreased after Onin war, this tax system was continued until the end of the Muromachi bakufu, and it went through changes but was not abolished even after Nobunaga Oda's administration.
  70. Although the team lost the final game against Shimizu S-PULSE, it finished the 2008 season in 14th place.
  71. Although the team was able to avoid finishing in last place, the season left behind more regrets to the team than the ranking implied.
  72. Although the team was reinforced with Makoto KAKUDA and Kazuki TESHIMA (both of whom returned to the team), it still remained demotion-threatened.
  73. Although the techniques were invented 1000 years ago, they are far superior in performance to modern weapons.
  74. Although the temple had been under the name of the Jimon School of the Tendai Sect since Meiji Restoration, it was changed to the Sohonzan of Tendaijimon sect from 1946.
  75. Although the temple has no Buddhist parishioner, set one temple in one village, and if it has different religious sects in one village and the number of different religious sects is less than 100, should all of them be merged with the other temple?
  76. Although the temple is currently situated in a newly developed residential area in Kami-machi, Ikoma City, Nara Prefecture, it was located in Hayashikoji-cho, Nara City, near Kintetsu Nara Station before its relocation to Kami-machi in 1985.
  77. Although the temple is surrounded by the premises of Chion-in Temple, Isshin-in Temple is independent and distinct from Chion-in.
  78. Although the temple left the control of Kofuku-ji Temple and became a temple of the Shingo sect, it continued teaching Shugendo.
  79. Although the temple was abolished and no buildings remain to the present day, the site has been designated as a National Historical Landmark (as of April 8th, 1927).
  80. Although the temple's fortune declined from the Onin War, it was later restored.
  81. Although the term "Hasunoha Onna" is not used today, the terms "Hasuppa Onna" and "Hasuppa" are.
  82. Although the term "toryo" (棟梁) generally refers to "master of craftsmen" at present, it originally referred to to (棟) (ridge) and ryo (梁) (a beam), the essential parts of a building's ceiling.
  83. Although the term 'hyakusho-ango' is seen in the article on the Emperor Seimu in Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan), it is unknown whether ango has the same meaning in the literature.
  84. Although the term 'mandala' is broadly interpreted in English as the cosmology in Hindu and other religions, it usually means paintings, and so on, that express the world view of Buddhism in Japanese.
  85. Although the term 'monuments' collectively means 'historical sites,' 'places of scenic beauty' and 'natural monuments' in the Law, some local public bodies (such as Tokyo and Saitama Prefecture) include another category 'Ruins' in designating their cultural properties.
  86. Although the term 'toka' (saccharification) is used, the state is actually 'ekika' (liquefaction) because only alpha amylase is effective in this method.
  87. Although the term Heike no Ochimusha (surviving samurai) is sometimes used, Heike no Ochudo is commonly used since not only samurai but also court nobles, women and children were among the fugitives.
  88. Although the term Shoen-ryoshu is used in historical science in contrast to the term 'zaichi-ryoshu' (resident landholder) who were owners of vast properties of land, this term was not actually used during that time period.
  89. Although the term of deva in Sanskrit means 'deity,' it was translated as 'Ten' in China and the Japanese language followed such translation.
  90. Although the terms 'subject state' or 'client state' used under the tributary system have a different meaning in the international law of recent history and the present day, the same expressions are still used.
  91. Although the theoretical maximum speed was set at 100 km/h for a new type car, its practical highest speed was limited to ninety-five km/h, which was certainly better than ninety km/h of conventional series.
  92. Although the theories surrounding Fukai-no-Joten/ Fukaijoten are mere direct interpretation of a paragraph of imperial edicts, they can lead us to different views on the political system during that period and its transition.
  93. Although the third Hanzaburo FUJIKAWA succeeded to the professional name, he disappeared around 1772.
  94. Although the third messengers, Mototoki HARA and Nobukiyo OISHI, arrived at around 11 p.m. and told the news about Takumi no Kami's seppuku, they still had no idea about Kira's survival and confiscation of their properties in Ako Domain.
  95. Although the thought of the Kegon-kyo was profound and difficult to comprehend, on the extremely whole, the Emperor Shomu enshrined Birushana-butsu inside the Todai-ji Temple of the head of provincial temples.
  96. Although the three families lived near to each other, each of them issued its own paper money.
  97. Although the ticket is available for purchase throughout the year, attention should be paid when purchasing or using the ticket since there is a validity date.
  98. Although the timber for the Naiku is traditionally pulled by Kawabiki, on some exceptional courses Okabiki is conducted for some historical reasons.
  99. Although the timber is cut in the mountains of Kiso, this ceremony is conducted at the foot of Mt. Kamiji for the Naiku, and at Mt. Takakura for the Geku, as it was conducted in ancient times.
  100. Although the time is unknown, Motonari married off his daughter to FUJIWARA no Hidehira, an heir of Motohira.
  101. Although the title of this post was renamed 'Chushin' within one month after Uona's appointment, Uona was appointed to Naidaijin in the following year.
  102. Although the title was known as 'Meiroku Zasshi,' most of the volumes were put a different title of 'Meirokusha Zasshi' on the first page of the text.
  103. Although the tomb of Otara has not been discovered yet, a small mound standing close to the Tsukiyama Tumulus in Tsukiyama in Yamatotakada City, Nara Prefecture, tumulus which is believed to be the Mausoleum of the Emperor Buretsu, or one of the mounds near the Ryokeyama Tomb can be a good candidate.
  104. Although the total amount of rainfall was 361mm, not as much as Typhoon Hester, it caused damage such as landslide disasters because the mountain forest had already been devastated by the both Typhoons Hester and Jane.
  105. Although the total minted amount of Ko-Kanei is unknown because no detailed records remain, the amount was estimated from the target amount of minted coins to be 3.25 million kanmon (1,000 kanmon equaling 10,000 yen) (3.25 billion coins).
  106. Although the traces of the airport have faded due to the land improvement, the remains of the affiliated facilities such as bomb shelters can be found in the surrounding area.
  107. Although the track was subsequently removed, many of the embankments, bridge girders of road overpasses, etc., still remain, and the land west of Keihan Uji Line is now a road on which trucks are constantly running to and from the Panasonic plant and a sewage-treatment plant.
  108. Although the trading at that time was mainly the tribute trade (tribute, and gift returns, purchases to conform it) along with the dispatch of Japanese envoy to the Tang Dynasty China, it does not mean that there were no private trading ships.
  109. Although the tradition was succeeded by the Kitamura family for generations, the family line failed in 1913 with the death of the ninth head, Tsuguhisa TSUJI.
  110. Although the train is sometimes operated with seven cars, it's mainly operated with eight cars because of the heavy congestion at Osaka-guchi (particularly during the time slot when the K-Ltd. Express is operated).
  111. Although the transfer of the capital to Tokyo was not made entirely clear due to concerns about the conservatives and Kyoto citizens, Tokyo was born just as proposed.
  112. Although the treaty stated that "Korea is independent and has rights equal to Japan" in Article 1, but in effect was unequal according to Article 10 providing a one-sided consular jurisdiction in Article 10.
  113. Although the treaty was brought to the court in Kyoto by roju Masayoshi HOTTA, it was not signed due to a struggle of succession concerning the heir of the 13th shogun Iesada TOKUGAWA between the Nanki group (Yoshitomi loyalists from the Kishu-Tokugawa family) and the Hitotsubashi group (Yoshinobu loyalists from the Hitotsubashi-Tokugawa family).
  114. Although the trend was newly called "Sushi boom," the sushi that the American mainly ate in those days was American-style sushi roll like California roll designed in the United States.
  115. Although the troops of Otomo Prince waylaid the troops of Oama Prince by removing the planks of the bridge, the troops of Oama Prince broke through the defences and overthrew the Otomo Prince.
  116. Although the troops of the three men and Tsutsui retreated in the meantime, warfare continued in various places in the areas surrounding the capital, including Yamato Province.
  117. Although the true murderer ended up undecided, Michimasa was dismissed from the post of Sakonenochujo (lieutenant general of Imperial Guards of the Left) and demoted to Ukyogonnodaibu (a post usually taken by nobles ranked Shogoinojo (Senior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  118. Although the truth is not known, there has been a rumor that Hidetada originally planned to give 100,000 goku crop yields but reduced it to 10,000 because the idea was opposed by Tadaoki, the older brother.
  119. Although the truth is unknown, the relationship between Gekkoin, a young and beautiful widow, and Akifusa, a single man, was scandalous.
  120. Although the truth remains unknown due to the lack of historical sources, it was somewhat doubtful that Nukata no Okimi, who was a member of ozoku was granted the title Ason (also pronounced Asomi, granted to powerful families descended from the Imperial Family).
  121. Although the two desperately try to dissuade him, Mitsuhide says, 'Oh, it's no use making tedious complaints.
  122. Although the two examples found in Australia were reported to have grooves, it is difficult to identify the ground facets from the measurement chart of the stone tools.
  123. Although the two works are fictional, there are some who believe they exist and in such case they become a kind of chokodai monjo.
  124. Although the type of flute cannot be indentified, it could be a transverse flute or an end-blown flute such as Shakuhachi bamboo flute which can shift the scale by using several holes on it because the certificate refers to a music scale.
  125. Although the units were changed independently by each country, the value of each unit has changed little from that fixed in the period of Tang Dynasty, with remaining the original value.
  126. Although the university took account of the conditions of the site and other factors and established the field practice forest while knowing its disadvantages, the local community side expected too much from the name of "a field practice forest of an imperial university"
  127. Although the use of the Eiraku Tsuho coin was banned, the amount of mintage of the Keicho Tsuho was definitely not sufficient to substitute for the Eiraku Tsuho.
  128. Although the vague image of 'Kagetoki as a villain' is still going strong generally today, we hardly see the typical villain Kagetoki either in general historical books or in fictional novels and TV dramas.
  129. Although the validity is uncertain, but 'blur' technique unique to Kumadori was created by second generation Danjuro ICHIKAWA after observing the peony flower, and Kumadori became more refined with time since then.
  130. Although the vessel was alerted, they were eventually allowed to land and succeeded in trade.
  131. Although the view of six fingers is influential from the record of Toshiie MAEDA, many biographies do not mention about this because of lack of clear evidence.
  132. Although the volume is very small, natto produced through the traditional method in which rice straw is used is still distributed.
  133. Although the volume of Kongocho-kyo Sutra is so huge since it compiled all the teachings that Dainichi Nyorai advocated on 18 various occasions, collectively called Jyuhachi-e, the one which Kongochi and Fuku translated is the teachings advocated on the first occasion, called Sho-e, only.
  134. Although the wakajo written at that time was so splendid that it was selected for "Shinsen Roei Shu" (New Selection of Sung Poems), Korechika's behavior was criticized by his contemporaries.
  135. Although the war with Qing was over, Ogai was ordered to work in Taiwan which had been ceded to Japan (this placement was considered to be in harmony with that of Masanao KOIKE who was working in Korea).
  136. Although the way to wear mo today is to tie it with kogoshi at the waist and hikigoshi drags behind, originally there was no kogoshi and mo was tied at waist with hikigoshi.
  137. Although the ways of cooking are similar, there are some differences between mizutaki in Fukuoka Prefecture and that in other regions.
  138. Although the wealthy lifestyle was guaranteed, he was dissatisfied and started working as an intermediary in the water department of Kobe City Hall.
  139. Although the whole area of Kokyo is located in the center of Tokyo, it is leafy and the sidewalk surrounding the moat enjoys high popularity among joggers.
  140. Although the wholesale system was once abolished in order to control the distribution of goods during the War, the wholesale market resumed after the war, and it has grown further following the amendment of the Wholesale Market Act in the 1950s and the Wholesale Market Law enacted in 1971.
  141. Although the wooden bridge was reconstructed again in concrete in 1979, biboshi (the original ornamental railing tops) accentuating and characterizing this bridge with the inscriptions of the time periods on them by saying "Bunsei" or "Meiji" periods, have been handed over in generations and reused for the new bridge.
  142. Although the word "kokorozashi ataeru" was used instead of wayo around that time, an idea treated as the prevailing view is similar to the principle concerning wayo in the later period that what one gives to the other as a favor (kokorozashi) cannot be restored (canceled).
  143. Although the word 'Tennosei' was for the Communist party until the end of the World War II and was not generally recognized, the word now has no connection with the Communist party and is widely used even in the media.
  144. Although the word 'kosho' normally refers to black pepper, it doesn't mean 'black pepper' but in this case means 'chili pepper.'
  145. Although the word 'manga' was created in Japan, it is not known exactly how.
  146. Although the word 'shitsuji' is used as a Japanese translation for the title of a position in both the episcopalian Anglican Church and the Reformed Church/ the Presbyterian Church, the positions themselves are completely different.
  147. Although the word hanpi means a kind of body wear without sleeves, when used as a costume for bugaku dancing, it is a gorgeously embroidered garment with narrow sleeves.
  148. Although the word is rendered in Chinese characters in several versions, such as "婆娑羅", and "vajra" in Sanskrit refers to diamond, it is not known as to how the meaning of the word was transformed as it was used in medieval Japan.
  149. Although the word kenden was believed to have been used from an early period, the oldest extant record is considered to be that in 'ichido kenden fujuku' (壱度検田不熟, Kenden weren't doing well at first) described in the shozeicho (local financial records) of Bungo Province made in 737.
  150. Although the works are unsigned, as a postscript, in the latter part of the Heian period, FUJIWARA no Sadanobu, who had long worked as an appraiser of calligraphical works (and was a noted calligrapher in his own right), authenticated the calligraphy as being penned by Michikaze at the age of 35, giving credence to the works' authenticity.
  151. Although the year and details of its construction are unknown, it is said to have been founded by a monk called Gyoki in the Nara period.
  152. Although the year of 607 is seen in the halo of the seated statue of Yakushi Nyorai enshrined at the main hall of the Horyu-ji Temple in Nara, it is said, judging from the terms used in its inscription and casting technology employed in the production of the statue, that it was actually produced in the late 7th century.
  153. Although the year of construction of this shrine and other information are unknown, there is a tradition that this shrine is related to the mid Heian period samurai, MINAMOTO no Yorimitsu.
  154. Although the year of death is unknown, he seems to have been younger by around fifteen years than his older brother and as old as or slightly younger than Masamoto HOSOKAWA, judging from the year of birth of his father Motoie (1432-1509) and the incident about him being adopted by his older brother Takakane FUKASE.
  155. Although the year of her death was unknown, according to Nagaya-o gankyo (the transliterated text of handwritten sutra of Nagaya-o [also known as the Jinki sutra]) that was believed her son, Nagaya-o dedicated in 728 (to hold a memorial service of his parents), it is considered that she died before 728.
  156. Although the year of his death is unknown, Shoraizuka-kofun Tomb, which is located at today's Makino-cho, Takashima City, Shiga Prefecture, is believed to be the tomb of Masayori.
  157. Although the year of his death is unknown, he lived to an old age, until at least 1103.
  158. Although the year of his death is unknown, he seems to have been still alive in around 1128.
  159. Although the year of his death was said to be 1204, it seems that he lived up to around 1206.
  160. Although the year of its establishment is unknown, it is said that in the early Heian period the Emperor Saga, to pray for his wife's safe delivery, enshrined Jizo Bosatsu who was later consecrated by the monk Kukai.
  161. Although the years of his birth and death are unknown, one theory holds that he died in November, 1236.
  162. Although the youngest son, Yasunobu, succeeded as the Kano head of family as an adopted son of Sadanobu (mentioned above), the most renowned painter was Morinobu (also known as Tanyu).
  163. Although theJapanese government did not accept the demand, all Vietnamese students were expelled from Japan in 1909.
  164. Although theTakeda family died out in the generation of Katsuyori, the surviving retainers were kept under the protection of the Tokugawa clan.
  165. Although their base was in Nanba at first, it was later moved to Nakamiyago, Kitagawachi Katano District (now known as Nakamiya, Hirakata City, Osaka Prefecture), and Shibyo of Kudaranokonikishi and Hyakusai-ji Temple were constructed there.
  166. Although their bodies were commonly made of solid silver, gold plated products of the kamigata style (Kansai-area style) appeared during the late Edo period.
  167. Although their comrades totaled over 130 people including the ones in Edo and who handed it in later, the number went down to less than 60 after giving the oath back.
  168. Although their death sentence was commuted to life imprisonment under an amnesty on April 5, Fumiko tore up the pardon order in front of a warden.
  169. Although their kokudaka (yield quantity) changed later, the Matsuda clan existed as the retainer of the Kaga Domain until 1871, when Haihan-chiken (abolition of feudal domains and establishment of prefectures) was executed.
  170. Although their late-life beliefs were completely different, restoration (Kashio) and supporting bakufu (Okita), they were both genius expert swordsmen and teachers or masters at young ages.
  171. Although their marriage later failed, the daughter born between them--KOSHIKIBU no Naishi--inherited her mother's poetic gifts.
  172. Although their marriage was political, they had a good relationship with him showing many kindnesses to her such as presenting her with gifts on many occasions.
  173. Although their performance style belonged to the Umewaka school due to the above mentioned circumstances, they supported the Soke school and remained in the Kanze school to the last when Umewaka school separated (According to one theory, there was an emotional disagreement with Umewaka family).
  174. Although their poems were at the study level, they explored a new-age poetic style differing from the traditional waka and haiku styles, and greatly influenced modern literature.
  175. Although their reality is not fully known because of a lack of historical records, they probably became like ryomin with the collapse of the system of the Ritsuryo codes.
  176. Although their sizes are basically the same as those of Stephenson products, nailheads are seen on the side water tanks since they were assembled using ordinary rivets.
  177. Although there also is Jusanninho, I omitted it and didn't write about it.
  178. Although there are a lot of arguments about 'sata' which appears in the latter part, a view presented by Shinichi SATO that it means 'the right to command the local officials of kokuga' is most convincing.
  179. Although there are benches and places to rest, there are no tea stalls or shops and the only drinks that can be purchased are cans from the vending machine at the shrine office.
  180. Although there are branches outside of Kyoto Prefecture, the only directly-managed stores are the main and Furitsu-Idai-mae store.
  181. Although there are cultures and senses similar to Japan in Taiwan and South Korea, they have not taken root as much as those in Japan.
  182. Although there are currently prevailing opinions, there are no unified views on issues such as what the Kamakura Bakufu was and when it was established.
  183. Although there are different view of children in the genealogy, Yoshisada MOGAMI and the subsequent descendents were considered credible.
  184. Although there are few Christians, Christmas, Valentine's Day, church wedding, Halloween, etc. are well known as events, and companies actively utilize these events to increase sales.
  185. Although there are few cases remaining Kokuga as the place name, Hofu City Kokuga (Suo Kokuga ruin) is relatively famous.
  186. Although there are few documents about the Akechi clan, their vassals and their followers, oral traditions spread by word of mouth; since there is so little direct evidence in the form of documents, it is necessary to analyze the authenticity of which cannot be verified.
  187. Although there are few historical materials about the first half of his life, Tenkai enjoyed rare longevity and became a high priest enough to be given a title Daishi Go (great master).
  188. Although there are few remaining buildings, many previous jokamachi still retain the mark of their jokamachi period in their road division and the like, and since the roads were made to prevent enemy invasion, in many cases, they are limiting automobile transportation.
  189. Although there are gardens designed by local gardeners who only imagined Japan and produced their own wild designs by the inviting Japanese workmen, they are also called Nihon Teiens (Japanese gardens).
  190. Although there are manuscripts that don't contain descriptions of Yoritomo's death, Yasuaki NAGAZUMI claimed that it is almost certain that the manuscripts belonging to the Group One are the oldest.
  191. Although there are many anecdotes on Ujimasa HOJO, most of them are not favorable to Ujimasa.
  192. Although there are many excellent pieces of work in dinning utensils, which are lacquered and have fine decorations, it is rare for woodenware to be excavated in good condition as they easily rot, and the details are still not known.
  193. Although there are many legends that Ippon-datara attacks people, it is said that it never attacks a mailman for unknown reasons.
  194. Although there are many opinions, it is highly likely that the river flowed in the Heian period as it does at present.
  195. Although there are many physically difficult aspects to this and it is thought that the throat was often cut in order to bring a swift death.
  196. Although there are many picture scrolls of The Tale of Genji, only this one is designated as a national treasure, so it is sometimes called 'Kokuho Genji Monogatari Emaki' (The Tale of Genji Emaki National Treasure).
  197. Although there are many pure lands, I wish for the western pure land because it saves me who is full of sins.
  198. Although there are many theories about the origin of goshuin, the most powerful theory is that it was used as a seal of reception when sutra copies were submitted to temples.
  199. Although there are many theories as to the origin of this term, it is believed to refer to the fact that the counter is one shaku three sun (in Japanese, isshaku sanzun), or about 39.4cm, high.
  200. Although there are many theories in regard to the exact year of making and where they were first enshrined, it is generally believed that the nine dry-lacquer statues and Shukongoshin-zo statue have been enshrined from the beginning and the other four earthen statues are Kyaku-butsu (which were moved from other Hall later on).
  201. Although there are many theories on the etymology of the Edo as a place name, the theory that the Character "e" [江] refers to a river or mouth of a river, and "to" [戸] as a gate or theshhold and hence "entry to a river" has been widely accepted.
  202. Although there are many theories regarding when, from which temple, and for what reason the statue was transferred, the truth remains unclear.
  203. Although there are many towns and streets that preserve the historic atmosphere, these areas urbanized rapidly during Japan's economic expansion period and turned into suburbs of Osaka, making the quiet, traditional atmosphere is rapidly becoming a thing of the past.
  204. Although there are many variant titles such as "Emperor Hanazono Diary" and "Hanazono in Shinki," the book was entered under the title of "Hanazono in Shinki" in "A Complete Catalogue of Books in Japanese" (published by Iwanami Shoten)
  205. Although there are many various theories as to why '平城' was pronounced as 'Nara,' one well accepted theory states that it came from the meaning 'flat city.'
  206. Although there are many yakitori-ya restaurants near Higashimatsuyama Station, some restaurants close once yakitori is sold out.
  207. Although there are more bus stops than previously for these two daytime express buses bound for Kyoto, the number of daily services remains unchanged at two a day on both routes.
  208. Although there are no Jizo (guardian deity of travelers) statues along the roadside of Mikyozaka-toge Pass, there are road signs showing the name of the pass.
  209. Although there are no definite records at the shrine relating to why they dared to spend a huge amount of the nation's power to conduct Shikinen Sengu, the following four reasons are given:
  210. Although there are no definite records of what this so-called 'Fu' was, the following possibilities have all been put forward.
  211. Although there are no documents that refer to the purposes of its construction explained by Hideyoshi's own words, the following theories are presented:
  212. Although there are no historical records referring directly to the origins of the Chinju-fu Shogun, it has been said that the first Chinju-fu Shogun was ONO no Azumabito, who is as we can know the oldest.
  213. Although there are no remains of this mansion from the Heian period, we can imagine how it was by studying records on old picture scrolls and diaries of aristocrat ministers and their retainers.
  214. Although there are no specific historical documents showing the exact date she started to serve Kitanomandokoro (Kodaiin), it is thought that she was in charge of inner affairs by the time Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI became kanpaku (chief adviser to the Emperor).
  215. Although there are orthodox western restaurants including French and Italian which follow recipes from their origins in Western countries, many restaurants have added their own changes in order to fit Japanese people's taste.
  216. Although there are other traditions about Yaemon as the originator of Najio torinoko, the following view is the most persuasive in the light of factual historical.
  217. Although there are places in which worship is only conducted once in autumn.
  218. Although there are records from the diary from the year 1070 to 1114, it is likely that Tamefusa began writing it between 1065 and 1068; most of it has been scattered and lost except for volume one of his own writing, which is kept at the Faculty of Letters in Kyoto University.
  219. Although there are several branched varieties, such as Tajima goriki, Tottori Prefecture and the Tottori Japanese Sake Association have endeavored to keep the main lines from leaving the prefecture in order to prevent the power of the variety from being degraded by becoming widespread as 'rare sakamai.'
  220. Although there are several meanings for the 'new style' of painting, it is commonly regarded as the 'new style of the painting introduced from China (Southern Sung Dynasty).'
  221. Although there are several severely damaged parts of roads from Mt. Koya to Omata, it is highly evaluated that old roads with good conditions remain.
  222. Although there are several sites in southern Kyushu that are believed to be 'Hyuga no Enoyama no misasagi,' Ninigi's burial place, the Imperial Household Agency has officially declared that Ninigi was buried in Nitta-jinja Shrine in Satsumasendai City.
  223. Although there are several stories, common opinion holds that the practice of using firecrackers has been strongly influenced by the Chinese event of Saisen-nagashi (which was held to pay respects to deceased Chinese).
  224. Although there are several theories as follows to explain this, it has not been settled yet.
  225. Although there are several theories, freshly made ink sticks are sticky and their color is dull.
  226. Although there are several tourist spots along the Tozai Line, such as Heian Jingu Shrine, Nanzen-ji Temple and Nijo-jo Castle, so far the Tozai Line hasn't become popular with tourists.
  227. Although there are several views on the origin of the word 'Kannazuki (神無月)' (refer to October), ' 神無' is a Chinese character used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning.
  228. Although there are similar job titles in many countries, butler in the UK is well-known among others.
  229. Although there are slight regional differences, it is certain that the nationwide-scale standardization was implemented.
  230. Although there are some different conjectures, "Ugetsu Monogatari" was written from 1768 to 1776 (See How the book was published), and it was published in 1776 by Hanbei UMEMURA of Teramachi-dori Street, Kyoto and Chobei NOMURA of Osaka Koraibashi-suji (street).
  231. Although there are some exaggerated reports about Tsunayoshi's behavior in documents with little value, in recent years, Tsunayoshi's politics have undergone a reevaluation.
  232. Although there are some examples of other animals that use stones as a tool, it is only the human beings who can fabricate tools by processing stones.
  233. Although there are some exceptions, many of the chapters of The Tale of Genji ended at the point where the story was more or less completed.
  234. Although there are some exceptions, the area code for the Mimaki Elementary School District is 075-63x (under the control of NTT Yodo Building), and that for the Sayama and Tozumi Elementary School Districts is 0774-4x (under the control of NTT Shinden Bekkan Annex).
  235. Although there are some hypothesis about the origin, only female kimono and children's kimono have Miyatsukuchi and Furiyatsukuchi, in order to adjust the layer around the waist Ohashori for the female kimono, and in order to pass a cloth cord through for the children's kimono.
  236. Although there are some missing parts based on this Ninbetsu-cho it is assumed that Toshizo went to work for a period of 10 years from the age of 14 to 24 (counted in the old Japanese way).
  237. Although there are some ninjutsu using female ninja called "the art of Kunoichi", it is said that female ninja who appears in video picture or comic didn't exist.
  238. Although there are some people among the believers of Hinduism and Jainism in India who eat only vegetables as a practice of ahimsa, the term of Shojin ryori is basically used in connection with Buddhism.
  239. Although there are some sections of the route that are narrow, (also, there are two locations within those sections around the Okamura area, with almost right-angled corners for turning) there are no problems operating those large-sized buses.
  240. Although there are still many questions left unanswered about Kyo-yaki ceramics produced around that time, it is notable that most pieces of such pottery were burned at a moderate temperature with lead glaze and made with various techniques and designs.
  241. Although there are the rules for the tournaments, it cannot be believed that the players read them and understand them.
  242. Although there are theories about her being a daughter of Korean parents who were killed in the war or killed themselves in the maelstrom of the war or a daughter of aristocrats of Yi Dynasty Korea who were captured as hostages in the war, nothing about her birth date, real name and family lineage is known.
  243. Although there are those who see this as the upholding of 1,300 year old tradition, there is also opposition against what is seen as discrimination against women.
  244. Although there are two types of bean paste, tsubu-an and koshi-an, the latter is the most common.
  245. Although there are varieties of prescriptions, "Compendium of Materia Medica" listed Atractylodes lancia, shaved cinnamon bark, Ledebouriella seseloides, Smilax china, Rhubarb, Chinese aconite and small red bean.
  246. Although there are various Buddhist teachings developed by various learned priests, they are all temporary teachings against allurement.
  247. Although there are various colors and patterns used for kaishi, most of men's kaishi is solid white, and fewer shops deal in colorful and patterned kaishi for men, as compared to women's kaishi.
  248. Although there are various figures (as below), in Japan it is generally expressed as a warrior figure of the Tang dynasty that dons leather armor.
  249. Although there are various opinions, it is thought that it was created during the Meiji period because pork is used as an ingredient.
  250. Although there are various stories about the early days of the shrine, it is certain that Gozu-Tennou and Susanoo-no-mikoto (who shares similarities with Gozu-Tennou), were the enshrined deities from early on.
  251. Although there are various stories regarding the origin of the sword, the real story remains unknown.
  252. Although there are various theories about this poem, one theory says that when a farewell party for Nakamaro who was going back to Japan was held in 753, he read this poem in Japanese in front of his friends including Wei WANG.
  253. Although there are various theories about when the Meiji Restoration started, the official date is October 23, 1868 (September 8, 1868 of the lunar calendar).
  254. Although there are various theories about who was the chief playwright of those plays, some people say that, considering the literary style and experience, Sosuke was essentially the chief playwright of all the plays.
  255. Although there are various theories as to when the Asuka period in the history of Japan began but it is general to regard enthronement of Emperor Suiko as the beginning.
  256. Although there are various theories as to where its provincial capital was located, it has been concluded that it was located in Kinowa no Ki in today's Sakata City.
  257. Although there are various theories as to why Tomiko did not move into the new residence and went back to the Uesugi, the truth is unknown.
  258. Although there are various views regarding the classification of the texts, Yasuaki NAGAZUMI's theory that the variant texts are classified into nine groups is widely accepted today.
  259. Although there are words 'akagane' and 'sekitetsu,' which are similar to tekka, akagane means copper or an alloy with reddish gold color, and sekitetsu is ferric oxide (Fe2O3), or so-called red rust.
  260. Although there could be various reasons behind the development of the Mahayana Buddhism movement, it can be thought to be a movement that emerged due to the fact that any Hinayana priest who performed the ascetic practices of Shomon could not become Buddha.
  261. Although there exist both seated statues and standing statues, and statues with a thousand arms actually, generally it has 11 faces and 42 arms (the statue of principal image of Buddha, at Dojo-ji Temple in Wakayama is an exception with 44 arms).
  262. Although there exist quite a lot of oral traditions saying that members of the Taira family escaped to the place concerned, the notion of Heike no Ochudo stands for "people who sided with the Taira family and thereafter escaped to a certain place."
  263. Although there exists a leap July according to the leap month under the old calendar, July 7 of the leap month is not the day of tanabata because no annual events are traditionally held in a leap month.
  264. Although there exists only one album today, it seems that several of Nikuhitsu gajo were sold in those days.
  265. Although there had been a dispute the usage of the name of the Jodo Shinshu Sect with Jodo (Pure Land) Sect for a long time since the Edo period, in March 1872 in the era of Myonyo, the sect came to able to use the name of the Jodo Shinshu Sect officially by Promulgation of Dajokan (Grand Council).
  266. Although there had been various discussions on Empress Jingu in the research setting since the Edo period, teachers were directed to teach that Empress Jingu was a real, existing person from the Meiji period until the defeat in the Pacific War.
  267. Although there is a brief description about the event in the "Mikawa Military Diary" (published 1853), it is difficult to consider as a credible source for the fallacies of the content.
  268. Although there is a difference between them in their interpretation of Nehan-gyo, and Ekan once criticized Dosho, both judged the Nirvana Sutra to be the supreme scripture in their Kyohan.
  269. Although there is a dyeing method called '煮染め,' this is usually pronounced as 'nizome' and the liquid dye is not simmered in this method.
  270. Although there is a genealogy indicating Muramune as an adopted child of Norimune, Norikage URAGAMI, or Sukemune, there is no historical materials which support that genealogy.
  271. Although there is a groundless belief that if it's stirred approximately 100 times the polyglutamic acid can be changed into glutamic acid, changing polyglutamic acid into glutamic actually does not take that much stirring.
  272. Although there is a legend that Muro-ji Temple was opened by EN no Ozunu (or EN no Gyoja) in 680 and revived by Kukai, as far as records tell, it began in the end of the Nara period.
  273. Although there is a little difference in design and period of construction between the east pagoda and the west pagoda, it is very significant as the sole example that east and west pagodas are existing.
  274. Although there is a local regulation, there are no government regulations on expression (Fusanosuke NATSUME says "The restrictions may be loosest in the world").
  275. Although there is a partial move to lift the ban on making Doburoku only for personal production/consumption, it is long way to the lifting of the ban at present.
  276. Although there is a record stating that Kyokaku's mother (her Buddhist name was Shorin) was from Hongan-ji Temple, there are no concrete details as to who she was.
  277. Although there is a record that Dosho learned Shodaijoron kyogaku (education and leaning on the commentary of Mahayana Buddhism), there left no commentary on Shodaijoron.
  278. Although there is a regional disproportion, it is placed nearly all over Japan (along with three overseas) and plays a role as a base of missionary work in each place.
  279. Although there is a revival movement, the number of associations and people who make renga is still small by comparison to that of haiku.
  280. Although there is a service in which a funeral counselor unaffiliated with any funeral home acts as a proxy in the advance arrangements, actual circumstances are such that the consumer public feel that the threshold is too high due to a high consulting fee.
  281. Although there is a story about Kinemon OKANO and Otsuya (mentioned later) explaining how they acquired the map, Terasaka's diary stated that 'it was through a member from Kira's side.'
  282. Although there is a story that Mikizo OISHI was killed in a sword fight with a Shinsengumi member Yujiro IMAI,, according to the correspondence of Isami KONDO and Toshizo HIJIKATA., he died of illness.
  283. Although there is a theory stating Masamune did not accompany with the troops set out to the Japanese invasion of Korean, it is an untrue belief and different from a fact.
  284. Although there is a theory that he was a rakuin of Emperor Shirakawa as it was written in "Heike Monogatari" (the Tale of the Heike), it is doubtful whether this is true.
  285. Although there is a theory that his mother was Katsumoto's lawful wife, who was a daughter of Hirotaka YAMANA (her foster father was Sozen YAMANA), there is no documentary evidence to support this theory.
  286. Although there is a variation across ryugi (schools), some restrictions apply to performances by both amateur and professional Noh actresses (including a denial to give performance permission to women and the establishment of age limits).
  287. Although there is a wide variety of them according to application, one for use with cotton and one for use with silk satisfy the demand in private households and one for Tsumugi (plain cotton or silk fabric woven with a durable twisted yarn) is used with both fabrics.
  288. Although there is an exception like Sanpei HAYASHIYA, this kind of technique is basically not in heavy usage and is used only once per act/story, if ever.
  289. Although there is an exception, the basic way to read frames is as follows.
  290. Although there is an idea of extending the Tozai Line up to the direction of Rakusai in Nishikyo Ward and Nagaokakyo City, the project was put on ice when the line was extended up to Uzumasa-tenjingawa without making any substantial progress in regard to the future plan.
  291. Although there is an opinion that the geographical name Meguro (in Tokyo) came from Meguro Fudo, Meguro is an old place name, and thus it is highly likely that Meguro Fudo was named after that geographical name.
  292. Although there is even a theory assuming that Hisahide MATSUNAGA is the founder, the theory is not so convincing.
  293. Although there is expensive hojicha made with high quality tea leaves, hojicha is regarded as being a lower class tea than gyokuro (refined green tea) or sencha and also is regarded as being in the same class as bancha and genmaicha (tea with roasted rice), and therefore hojicha is not a high-class Japanese tea.
  294. Although there is little difference between the posts in each branch office, it may have an original post according to each office.
  295. Although there is no articles left today, a small hiogi at the Itsukushima-jinja Shrine is whitewash and has the same pictures on the both faces as described in the old records, so it is highly possible that a whitewash fan was something like the one at the Itsukushima.
  296. Although there is no clear definition as to which periods qualify as jidaigeki, those based on periods up to the Meiji Restoration are often referred to as such.
  297. Although there is no clear definition on which is higher rank, Kanpei chusha or Kokuhei taisha, and so on, the materials such as Shinto jiten (dictionary of Shinto religion) explain as follows:
  298. Although there is no confirmation or written record, it is said that the root of the Sato family ascend to Tadanobu SATO, a vassal of MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune.
  299. Although there is no consideration to implement a republican government in Japan, even if it is possible, probably Mitsui and Mitsubishi will become a presidential candidate.
  300. Although there is no definitive proof as to whether this is true or not, according to the 'Mizukagami' (The Water Mirror), Emperor Konin planned to have Imperial Princess Sakahito become the Crown Princess; if true, this must have made Emperor Kanmu and his circle extremely wary of her.
  301. Although there is no description about it in Rikkokushi, the facility was recorded in a law code during the Heian period called "Ruiju sandai kaku" (Assorted regulations from Three Reigns), in which it is mentioned that it aided 1,158 people for four years after being established.
  302. Although there is no document left that depicts the formal manner of holding fans in the Heian period, many emaki (illustrated handscrolls) show that people hold fans with one hand by the position near the pivot and to the height of their chest or faces.
  303. Although there is no evidence of an official negotiation between Wakoku and Wu in the Three Kingdoms period, two Gabuntai Shinjukyo Mirror (Mirror with figures of duties and sacred animals) with the name of the era in Wu exists as a relic.
  304. Although there is no historical proof, it is said the Miya go title of Kanin no Miya came from Heian period Emperor Seiwa's Prince, Imperial Prince Sadamoto, named Kan in.
  305. Although there is no more description than this in the "Kojiki," the legend left in Itoigawa City, Niigata Prefecture, goes that Takeminakata no kami, who was born between Okuninushi and Nunakawa hime, went up the Himekawa River to Suwa and became an enshrined deity of the Suwa-taisha Shrine.
  306. Although there is no official record, it should be safe to assume that it was the first in-car murder case in Japan.
  307. Although there is no onsengai at present, Omi-Maiko is famous as one of the foremost scenic area in Shiga Prefecture.
  308. Although there is no record about the clan in years thereafter, in the records after Tensho era, "Shin Shimosa no kami" who was a vassal of the Nanjo clan in East Hoki is found, therefore, presumably some of the clan became vassals of other powerful clans.
  309. Although there is no reliable proof, some say that he also took charge of Onmyo no kami (Director of Onmyoryo, or Bureau of Divination).
  310. Although there is no restriction for Crown Princes to use this type of fan, most of them used red fans or whitewash fans as described below.
  311. Although there is no rule for ingredients, meat and fish are mostly used for the chankonabe to take protein because it is a regular diet in sumo stables.
  312. Although there is no shared announcement of transfer, many passengers make train transfers, so both Kawaramachi Station (Kyoto Prefecture) of the Hankyu Railway and Shijo Station (Keihan Electric Railway) have recently begun posting their mutual time schedules along the access routes.
  313. Although there is no signature nor seal, its authenticity has been unquestioned.
  314. Although there is no significant difference between Kensho's views and Teika's, some parts reflect differences in the bases of viewpoints between the Rokujo Toke who favored the historical authenticity and the Mikohidari family who favored the artistic interpretation.
  315. Although there is no specific day when festivals are held in a concentrated manner like 'Christmas' or 'Halloween' in the Christian area, many festivals are held in summer from a seasonal viewpoint, and Bon Festival Dance and fireworks festivals are often held.
  316. Although there is no way to verify the theory that it was compiled by FUJIWARA no Hamanari, there is no evidence that Hamanari was ever promoted to Dainagon (Major Councilor).
  317. Although there is no written proof, some suggests that it may have been a Kyofuku's subordinate, a miner of Baekje descent, who discovered gold.
  318. Although there is no year-round record of the weather of Kohechi, it can be roughly estimated from the record of observations in Totsukawa Village and Nosegawa Village, or from those in Mt. Koya.
  319. Although there is now no indicator of the surrounding passes, it overlooks Shuzan district.
  320. Although there is only one maker in Kyoto at present, the successor issue has been solved.
  321. Although there is still a myth that they were of bad quality, these were just bad quality swords that dishonest dealers sold, so this is not an appropriate evaluation (there were bad quality swords in the early and later period).
  322. Although there remain a couple of copies including the replica made by Gukei Sumiyoshi, there exist discrepancies among them in the kotobagaki (captions) and in the illustrations.
  323. Although there remain other Tensho hishi oban which were minted in the seventeenth and nineteenth year of Tensho era, at present Tensho hishi oban is very rare, and some of those are displayed in Currency Museum, Mint Museum and so on.
  324. Although there used to be 48 kimarite, Japan Sumo Association defines 77 technique names and 5 non-winning trick names (such as isamiashi (stepping out of the ring)) at present, and every move should be one of these.
  325. Although there used to be several kinds as tones of music, today there remain six kinds in Togaku music and three kinds in Komagaku music.
  326. Although there was a consumer product using a large open reel, a compact cassette tape and a recorder for it emerged in the late half of 1960's, and the act of recording and reproducing sound became common among the general population.
  327. Although there was a discrepancy in the details, they were almost consistent in terms of focusing on the catalogue of books published by the Society of Jesus in Japan.
  328. Although there was a large number of umene, since umene were also qualified to be an emperor's wife, fancying an umene was considered taboo at that time.
  329. Although there was a precedent set by the Ethiopian Empire when it defeated the Kingdom of Italy in the First Italo?Ethiopian War, they succeeded in ousting the Italian with the full military support of England and France.
  330. Although there was a reclamation plan of the site to make a park and a parking lot in the 1970s, the castle was revived by citizens' movements including 'Yomigaeru Omihachiman no Kai' (Revitalize Omihachiman), 'Hachiman-bori wo Mamoru Kai' (Save Hachiman-bori Moat).
  331. Although there was a right to control soryo, it was not absolute as could be seen in the case of the Miura clan during Kamakura period.
  332. Although there was a special express train operated until 1986 between Yodoyabashi Station and Uji Station it was later discontinued, and therefore the operation of this direct train to the Keihan Main Line restarted for the first time in 12 years.
  333. Although there was a theory that he was a rakuin of Emperor Daigo from his lifetime, it is not clear whether it was the truth or not.
  334. Although there was a world of difference in the level of European mathematics and that of Japanese at that time, if we were to give a comprehensive evaluation, the speed in which wasan was developed was unprecedented.
  335. Although there was already translation by Minotsukuri, Maritn version with guiding marks for rendering Chinese into Japanese was also published as "Kunten Kohobenran" (1878).
  336. Although there was an incident in which the leader of strikers was slapped by the representative director, the dispute was settled thanks to the mediation by Konosuke SAKAMA of Makino Kanto.
  337. Although there was an incident where King Hosho killed Fukushin in 663, by gaining the assistance of the Wakoku army, the allied forces of Wakoku and Kudara successfully drove out the Silla forces that invaded southern Kudara.
  338. Although there was an official ceremony to return holy durables to Nancho (the Southern Court), there was no enthronement ceremony and Emperor GO-KAMEYAMA was treated as "a special retired Emperor not officially enthroned."
  339. Although there was little grounds, in description in 'Uwai Kakuken Nikki' that is famous as the diary of Uwai Kakuken, who was a close vassal of Yoshihisa SHIMAZU, sections for the period from July 1, 1582, when Honnoji Incident occurred, to November 28 were left blank.
  340. Although there was no clear and actual condition of the Heian nobles, since the political, socioeconomic, cultural domination by the nobility was achieved from the mid to late Heian Period, this term is often used to refer to the nobles in this period.
  341. Although there was no fire of war yet, the military force to guard Ezo depended on the domains in Tohoku who did not follow the new government.
  342. Although there was no legal provisions to stipulate it, these nine people had the authority to name a Prime Minister in accordance with the Constitution of the Empire of Japan and they had developed the so-called Han-batsu Seiji (government dominated by cliques from the major han).
  343. Although there was no notion of standard money at the time, each of the three coins, gold, silver and copper, was circulated with a value of nominal standard money, and was traded at floating exchange rates.
  344. Although there was no sufficient historical evidence about Yorimasa in his youth, it was recorded that he went to Shimosa Province together with his father Nakamasa when Nakamasa was assigned to govern that province.
  345. Although there was no unified leader in rice riots, 2 people got a death penalty in Wakayama Prefecture for encouraging some people.
  346. Although there was nothing they could do other than follow the order, they were called cowards by the public with sardonic smiles.
  347. Although there was some concern over his low rank, he dealt with the case appropriately and the customary Chinese poem he wrote at the welcome banquet for the messenger was superb.
  348. Although there was the presence of a monk as the leading teacher, the main part of the activity was the Ko (association) formed by the gathering of believers of Zaike, which emphasized the connection between the leading lecturer and the disciple.
  349. Although there was the system of Ichiryo gusoku in Tosa at that time, which allowed local cultivators to arm themselves, there was a standing army, and as such, when the Chosokabe clan advanced with a large army within a short time, the Ichijo clan with a small army was truly astounded.
  350. Although there wasn't any acts of violence, the Minister for Education, Teiyu AMANO, mentioned this "incident" the next day, November 13, at the Lower House Education Committee in the process of the deliberation of the draft law of the university administration.
  351. Although there were KONDO and NAGAKURA only at one point, the arrival of the HIJIKATA squad tilted the odds in favor of the Shinsen-gumi and achieved a result of nine people killed and four arrested.
  352. Although there were Yomihon with a frontispiece or illustrations, but most of them were books for reading which contained only texts, so they were called Yomihon (books for reading).
  353. Although there were a few streams running down the city, it was not enough to support a population of 100,000.
  354. Although there were almost no karaoke records in stores, many music tapes (music cassette tapes) exclusively for karaoke were listed on lineup.
  355. Although there were arguments for and against it, the club explained that the raise was necessary to change the income structure of the club from now on in the Supporters Conference before the season.
  356. Although there were books which discussed seals from an artistic point of view already in the Tang period, BEI Futsu in the Northern Sung Dynasty was regarded as the first Bunjin who engraved a Tenkoku.
  357. Although there were certain disturbing elements such as economic downturn in those days, the resignation prompted a flurry of speculation because the cabinet was dissolved shortly after the ruling Seiyu Party won the tenth general election of the House of Representative in May with a historic landslide victory.
  358. Although there were differences by age, the regulations based on the Taiho ritsuryo code (code promulgated in the Taiho period) and Yoro ritsuryo code (code promulgated in the Yoro period) stipulated as follows.
  359. Although there were discrepancies such as poets not originally named in the title appearing within the kashu, it could be interpreted as an important example of the shift in the readers' interest from reading anthologies to reading works of individual poets.
  360. Although there were dozens of kusurigomeyaku in the Kishu domain, only a little more than a dozen of them were transferred to the bakufu.
  361. Although there were many disciples of Toyohide, only Izumo no kami succeeded the private handed-down techniques of Toyohide's family because of his excellence.
  362. Although there were many families who were identified as being descendants of the Kusuniki clan, it was not possible to confirm whether they were direct descendants, even when the state power of the Meiji government was used.
  363. Although there were many problems and obstacles in the way of railway construction, temporary operations began between Shinagawa and Yokohama, and then operations between Shinbashi and Yokohama started.
  364. Although there were many rejections of boarding during the years of the asset-inflated economy, the number of cases where taxi drivers intentionally rejected offers of boarding is becoming less under recent social conditions.
  365. Although there were nearly 100 monks in the meeting, the controversial two temples did not attend, therefore 38 voluntary monks centering on Tairei among the members from the Mikawa Goho Association went to examine Saiho-ji Temple and Korin-ji Temple.
  366. Although there were no 'universities' or 'graduate schools' in those days, the Imperial University consisted of a university with several major subjects and a graduate school for interdisciplinary researches.
  367. Although there were no actual fights during this period, 'information warfare' was very active.
  368. Although there were no concrete records, 1,000 to 2,000 copies were published.
  369. Although there were no distinction between accession and enthronement in ancient times, the enthronement ceremony of Emperor Kanmu was held days after his accession.
  370. Although there were no particular Buddhist scriptures that instructed in the four directional set of the Buddha, Shaka or Shakyamuni, Amida, Miroku (Maitreya) and Yakushi (Bhaisajyaguru), there were several examples similar to the ones listed, dating to ancient times.
  371. Although there were no particular rules, young women and wives often wore Tegaras with Kanokoshibori (a kind of tie-dyeing) in bright colors like red and pink, and older women wore plain Tegaras in calm colors like soft lilac and light blue.
  372. Although there were no posts called Seiju Taishogun or Seiban Taishogun, there were the similar posts of Seiteki Daishogun and Seisei Taishogun.
  373. Although there were provisions for this institution in the Taiho Ritsuryo code, it was implemented slightly later and the description in "Shoku Nihongi" (Chronicle of Japan Continued) shows that the first official certificate was issued in 720.
  374. Although there were requests for reform from within the Yi Dynasty Korea, such as the Gapsin Coup that occurred after the opening of the country, Daewongun and Empress Myeongseong wanted to maintain the traditional Yi Dynasty Korea.
  375. Although there were several battles between them, the scale of the battle was too small to damage neither families; it is considered that the reconciliation between the Eastern and Western Camps at Kyoto (1477) also led the peace settlement between the eastern and western Kira clans.
  376. Although there were several interruptions, including civil war during the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan), it was revived through the efforts of the Emperor Go-Mizuono and Gien, Daigo-ji Temple's head priest in 1623, after an absence of 170 years.
  377. Although there were several theories as to his roots, scholars believe he was from a branch family Ise clan of Bitchu.
  378. Although there were some changes to the system, kanin were still being provided after the Northern Sung Dynasty and lasted until the Qing Dynasty which was the last dynasty of China.
  379. Although there were some important changes (ex. Koryo, family registration) made from the old Taiho Ritsuryo to the new Yoro Ritsuryo, overall there was no significant difference between them, other than the vocabulary, expressions of the words, and some amendments of inadequate laws and ordinances.
  380. Although there were some kanji (Chinese characters) used both in Japan and China, the book did not just adopt translated words of Martin version but newly translated words for the book in many parts.
  381. Although there were some like-minded vassals such as Takatsuna SASAKI, it seemed impossible to complete the project without imposing levies or labor service on households.
  382. Although there were some modifications, some quotations from "Meigetsuki," "Kinkai Wakashu" (The Golden Pagoda-Tree Collection of Japanese Poetry), and others were identified, and as YASHIRO pointed out, "Jikkinsho" (A Miscellany of Ten Maxims) was also probably used for the public commendation of achievements.
  383. Although there were such examples in the Muromachi period, Kohechi as a pilgrimage road was established in the early-modern period, and its name 'Kohechi' appeared at the beginning of the early-modern period for the first time as well.
  384. Although there were times when some retired emperors existed, only one person was called Chiten, there was even an incidents of fighting between a retired emperor and the emperor to take the position of Chiten (the Hogen War).
  385. Although there were various sizes of boxes, the most ordinary type to store 1000 ryo was 40 cm long, 14.5 cm wide, and 12.3 cm deep.
  386. Although there were, in fact, several cases where the bakufu ordered Saigoku-gokenin to guard Tosen running along domestic coasts, the government did not guard the ships after they ran out into the open sea and basically left the guard to the merchants..
  387. Although these Shitenno statues were charred black, they retained their shape.
  388. Although these are just indoor footwear, they are gaining attention for the benefits of the hanao.
  389. Although these benefits are expected by eating the fruit, it has calories and only eating mikan does not simply mean better dieting.
  390. Although these cars are chiefly used in the Rapid Service system, they are also used as local trains early in the morning and at night.
  391. Although these duties were originally given to the Okura Bugyo (the magistrate of a storehouse), the person who actually handled the provisions began to perform the work in order to adapt to circumstances.
  392. Although these formalities especially nakabi's compliment have been simplified these days, importance is still placed on shonichi and senshuraku.
  393. Although these kosodes were gradually diminished due to the reactionary and westernization during the Meiji period, a part of them revived during the early Showa period in complying with Empress Teimei's wishes.
  394. Although these legends cannot be taken at face value, it is believed that such a predecessor to the current temple genuinely did exist.
  395. Although these movements invited a reduction in the power of the Shugo, on the other hand they led to stronger rule over the kokujin by the Shugo.
  396. Although these names are also said to have been 'Mon shi, Enmyo shi, and Shimotsui no kimi kusamono,' there have not been any biographies found for these individuals.
  397. Although these performers were originally farmers and monks, from about the late Heian Period, occupational groups performing their own specialties were also established.
  398. Although these producers are retaining the producing lines for their original Ekiben, they are not in fact "Ekiben delicatessens" any more.
  399. Although these projects were not directly based on the Ritsuryo, all of them were indispensable to the Ritsuryo system.
  400. Although these rights to rule and manage land varied greatly depending on the size and arrangement of myoden land, tato fumyo farmers succeeded in strengthening their control over peasants in many villages by using the authority recognized by their own rulers.
  401. Although these statues are enshrined as the attendant figures of the principal image, Shaka Nyorai-zazo (sitting statue of Shakyamuni) (Kamakura period), they were produced earlier than the principal image during the Heian period.
  402. Although these troubles occurred one after another during his administration of the domain, Totsuna's achievements include development of literary and military arts.
  403. Although these vehicles have some basic equipment for a taxi such as a fare meter, because they are used for training for basic operations of the equipment, it is prohibited to carry real passengers in them.
  404. Although these were designated as excellent goods of the old Seto during the Kamakura period, scientific investigations revealed that they were in fact modern pieces of work (refer to the section 'Einin no Tsubo Scandal').
  405. Although these were realistic and rational policies including very advanced contents in those days, the criticism for prevalence of bribery and the frequent peasant revolts and destructive urban riots as well as the Tenmei Famine brought his downfall.
  406. Although they are called externally restored Tenshu, it was inevitable for some Tenshu to be different in details such as the scale, place, and shape of their windows or the curving degree of their roofs as a result of the requirement to comply with the Building Standard Act.
  407. Although they are called gunki (literally, "military chronicles"), they are not documents that faithfully record the facts, but rather, fictional stories to pass down heroic episodes and love stories for posterity.
  408. Although they are common in some areas, they are not practiced at all in others.
  409. Although they are different from "Chidori no Kyoku" for not including an instrumental intermezzo, the five music pieces are collectively referred to as 'Kokin-gumi.'
  410. Although they are fragmentary, these are the only materials that depict the process of writing.
  411. Although they are human-faced stone statues, it is said that they are not monkeys but statues of Toraijin (people from overseas, especially from China and Korea, who settled in early Japan and introduced Continental culture to the Japanese).
  412. Although they are in the red, more people use the buses than the city expected.
  413. Although they are not at all used in the present-day, peels of natsumikan (summer tangerine) and egg threads were used for tsuma.
  414. Although they are not harmful to humans, they have no taste.
  415. Although they are not usually open to the public, you may see inside when they are not being used for their primary activities (usually in August), if you apply for a site tour in advance.
  416. Although they are said to be star roles of Danzo ICHIKAWA I, their details are unknown.
  417. Although they are said to fly in the sky wearing clothing called hagoromo (heavenly kimono), stories passed down about them include one about a tennyo whose hagoromo gets stolen, making her unable to return to the sky, and marries a man living on the earth (the hagoromo legend).
  418. Although they are the same Japanese, it has to be taken into consideration that their characters are much differ from age to age.
  419. Although they are used in a similar way as instant food, it is more common for people to grind various kinds of spices every time they cook.
  420. Although they are valued in a certain way, it is difficult to be designated by the conventional designation system at once since their evaluation is not established.
  421. Although they asked to see Kuranosuke and other chief retainers as soon as they arrived and suggested the revenge against Kira Kozuke no Suke, he responded by saying as follows.
  422. Although they became "Oazukari", they initially received no payment of wages, and in April, SERIZAWA, KONDO, and others went to Osaka and were provided funds from merchants.
  423. Although they bore (a part of) (3) nengu and (4) miscellaneous taxes according to their farm, since they did not bare (5) compulsory services in wartime, they were not hyakusho.
  424. Although they both try to save the other's child, they each learn across the river that both children are dead.
  425. Although they didn't change their religion, they treated the missionaries of the Society of Jesus well.
  426. Although they differ from the other so much, it is the same that certain events are held at the beginning of the new year.
  427. Although they fought the Miyoshi troops well despite heavy odds, Yoshiteru died in battle by noon, and his real mother Keijuin (a daughter of Hisamichi KONOE and legitimate wife of Yoshiharu ASHIKAGA, the 12th Shogun) killed herself, following her son to the grave.
  428. Although they got divorced after two years, they started living together a year later, after which they separated again.
  429. Although they had been notified of the surrender of Japan, the Army and Navy were still deployed at home and abroad, and so the first order of business of the Higashikuninomiya Cabinet was to disarm the Japanese military, which had been demanded by the Allied Nations.
  430. Although they had few chances to watch, ordinary people were very interested in Noh, and it is said that Kanjin Noh, which was held to raise subscriptions for the construction of temples/shrines, attracted many spectators.
  431. Although they had similar characters, there were several different points.
  432. Although they have been spread nationwide, there are few of them in Shimane prefecture where is the birthplace of the Izumo myth.
  433. Although they have historical value from a psychological standpoint, and influence from politicians and authors (or presumed authors), it is necessary to review them while strictly bearing the intent with which they were written, in mind.
  434. Although they have the same name, they are, in fact, of two different types, because their material, shape, positions of the frets, way of stringing, and so on.
  435. Although they later fell out and, in 1573, Yoshiaki was expelled from Kyoto, marking the end of the Muromachi Shogunate.
  436. Although they lived in a densely populated condition, people seemed to have lived in an atmosphere of warmth and hospitality.
  437. Although they lost their estate and the seal due to the Great Fire of Tenmei in 1788, Ryozen EIRAKU the 10th restored the family fortunes with the help of the Sansenke (three Senke houses of the tea ceremony consisting of Omotesenke, Urasenke and Mushakojisenke).
  438. Although they made a terrible noise all night, at the crack of dawn, they vanished.
  439. Although they mainly served as soldiers playing military roles during the early Edo period, they gradually became bureaucrats and lost most of their military function during the mid-to-late Edo period.
  440. Although they outnumbered the enemy, they were defeated and returned to the provincial capital of Shimotsuke Province.
  441. Although they received a returning order from the commissioner, Sutematsu YAMAKAWA and Ume requested an extension as they were still in school and graduated in July, 1882.
  442. Although they reestablished a clan by receiving kuramai from the Tottori clan in the end of the Edo period, the Fukumoto-Ikeda clan issued gin-satsu and senme-satsu in 1822 when the clan was a Hatamoto, as well as in 1868 after having newly established its own clan.
  443. Although they say that their ancestors moved from Kyoto at the end of the Sengoku period, the genealogy begins from Nakabei, who moved to Ichikigo Kawakami in the Jokyo era.
  444. Although they started shooting the film, "Sonno" (The Loyalists), originally scripted and directed by Seika SHIBA, at Azuma Studio in Tokyo in early 1926, it was decided that Shochiku would distribute their films starting with "Sonno" as a result of negotiations with Shochiku during its shooting.
  445. Although they still have a number of remaining processes that need great care, such as ferment, shipment, and preparation for tasting parties, the toji or the toji group can finally have relief after achieving this stage.
  446. Although they use a plain, clear soy sauce soup, the soup is dark in colar and fragrant with a unique bitterness (opinions often split over this taste) due to a boiled pork liquor which is added as a soy-sauce condiment.
  447. Although they were attacked by pirates on the way and 89 people died, he arrived in Ming on June 28.
  448. Although they were bureaucrats, their influence over politics and society was limited.
  449. Although they were called the 'Yoshida family' until the end of the Kamakura period, 'Kanroji' became their family name from the time of a Gon Chunagon (Provisional Middle Counselor) Fujinaga YOSHIDA.
  450. Although they were defeated in battle, he managed to escape from the front lines to Kumano, where he laid low for the following twenty years.
  451. Although they were defeated in the battles of Imafuku and Shigino, they showed resistance when it came to track down the troops of Yoshinobu SATAKE and, therefore, it was known that the Osakagata was strong.
  452. Although they were given only one third of kubunden (the farm land given to each farmer in the Ritsuryo system), which was given to ryomin, they were allowed to have private businesses and were not taxed.
  453. Although they were indeed brewing specialists, it is hard to say that they were the direct origin of latter-day toji, in terms of whether there were group-specific techniques or not, and/or in terms of their organization system.
  454. Although they were mere stationery, especially after the Sung period, they became the subjects of appreciation, collection, love and storing.
  455. Although they were not commoners, they were lowest-ranked officials.
  456. Although they were not high-ranking aristocrats like Sekkan-ke (the families which produced regents) people, they had political influence because of their business ability.
  457. Although they were not necessarily chief retainers, they all had incomes for upper-class retainers.
  458. Although they were not of goshi status, peasants and city dwellers with special rights allowing them to use a surname and wear swords existed in every province.
  459. Although they were rear vassals of Ieyasu, they received an expression of recognition for their efforts directly from Ieyasu after the victory in the Battle of Nagashino, and further won an endorsement of kind treatment for their descendants.
  460. Although they were samurai warriors from a province under the jurisdiction of the Kamakura Bakufu, they were not obliged to go and serve the Kamakura-fu and were put under the direct direction/control of the shogun, and were not directed by the Kamakura Kubo.
  461. Although they were sophisticated as craftworks thanks to the techniques of lacquer craftworks and mother-of-pearl works successively handed down from the Edo period, the tension of the strings cannot withstand performance, and the restoration of instruments for performance was done after the Showa period.
  462. Although they were the first victims of this march, nobody could confirm that in such a blizzard.
  463. Although they were the main facility in the daidairi, the chodoin were often burned down.
  464. Although they were written in the style of a private letter, they were customarily written by a Keishi since it was common for those with high rank to have their close aides write on their behalf.
  465. Although this 'secret box' was stolen by the Shimazu clan and it is not known what the box contained, it is considered that the box might have contained a sacred sword (one of the San-shu no jingi), which was otherwise believed to have been lost at sea during the Battle of Dannoura.
  466. Although this Kashima-jinja Shrine enshrines the same deity as Kashima-jingu Shrine, unlike in many other 'Kashima-jinja Shrines' however, the deity was transferred not from Kashima-jingu Shrine but from Shiogama-jinja Shrine.
  467. Although this Tripitaka was a phantom Tripitaka as well as a Jin edition, the 12 volumes of the Kitai edition were discovered in 1982 from a Buddha statue located at the wooden tower in Bukkyu-ji Temple, an old temple at Yingxian, in Shanxi Province.
  468. Although this ancestor worship was general in uncivilized societies and ancient societies, it had declined because of world religion (Buddhism, Christianity) believing blood relationship only exists in the living world.
  469. Although this anecdote is a fiction written in later years, it seems that the story mock the real story that Ujimasa sent his army to the same battle line over and over again in the confrontation against the Satake clan.
  470. Although this army marched along the east coast of Biwa-ko Lake to attack the Prince Oama's headquarters in Fuwa County, Mino Province, it stopped in confusion because Yamabe no Okimi was killed by the other two commanders around August 3.
  471. Although this art was also called Tojutsu (刀術), this name was used only in a few documents, such as "Honcho Bugei Shoden" written in the Edo period, and didn't take root.
  472. Although this became a problem, Ichizo KOBAYASHI, the president of Hankyu, showed an attitude to approve of it, making this dish popular as sauce rice.
  473. Although this building later became the palace of Onmeimon-in, it was lost in the fire of 1222.
  474. Although this bus service used to keep an additional 'Rainbow RB' as a spare vehicle, it was handed over to the Community Bus Yawata Route, and currently it is maintained by the Community Bus Yawata as its spare vehicle.
  475. Although this case was once settled down on the condition where Masanori, who was in attendance for his duty in Edo, would apologize and remove the repaired parts of the castle.
  476. Although this ceremony prohibited women, Shirabyoshi sings and dances, and seizes the opportunity to jump into the bonsho (large temple bell)..
  477. Although this change was allegedly made to resolve train delays, the required time to ride from Kamo Station has increased drastically.
  478. Although this custom is gradually disappearing and more and more women and children are allowed to enter the dohyo, it still can cause problems at highly official and formal occasions.
  479. Although this day is called 'Culture Day' at present, it was in fact established to celebrate the promulgation of Constitution of Japan of 1946.
  480. Although this did not originally exist as an official ranking system, there are too many zenza, so they are put on stand by to receive it.
  481. Although this dish is nihon-ryori (Korean-style wa-shoku) in the broad sense, Japanese as well as Koreans recognize the dish as a Korean dish rather than a Japanese dish.
  482. Although this district should be called 'Karasuma Kitaoji' as a neighborhood name is usually made by connecting a north-south street name and an east-west street name in Kyoto, this name is rarely used, but it is called 'Kitaoji Bus Terminal,' or 'Kitaoji Station.'
  483. Although this document has such a complicated compilation process that some articles in written copies are somewhat incorrect, this is still the only trustworthy collection of ukiyo-e artist biographies, and this book is regarded as a jumping-off point of ukiyo-e research.
  484. Although this encouraged Akihisa AMAGO to prepare for an upcoming visit to the capital, the Otomo clan reversed a peace agreement with the Amago clan after being reconciled with the Ouchi clan, and recaptured the Iwami-ginzan Silver Mine from the Amago clan.
  485. Although this enemy force was driven back by the army of Yukiyoshi EDA of the Nitta clan before the day was over, ultimately, Kyoto was seized by the Ashikaga army in May of that year and the Emperor and his army retreated to Mt. Hiei.
  486. Although this genealogy was introduced in Tokyo along with Kado (flower arrangement) of Yoken-ryu school, Sado died out during the early Showa period.
  487. Although this god does not appear in "Kojiki," "Nihon Shoki" or "Manyoshu," this shrine is cited as 'Mezuki no yashiro' in the 'Ogun' chapter of "Izumo no kuni fudoki (Fudoki of Izumo Province)."
  488. Although this golden tea room has been criticized as an example of Hideyoshi's vulgar taste, it was a small room of three mats following the rule of the soan-type and had some sophisticated elements.
  489. Although this had been indispensable for Kansai Oden, after the ban on commercial whaling, this became available only at some high-class shops/restaurants.
  490. Although this holds true for Oden, due to the complex history of development mentioned above, Kansai-style soup stock may be considered as authentic in Kanto, and dark-colored soy sauce may be used in Kansai as well.
  491. Although this idea is contrasted, or identified with Hongaku philosophy in the Tendai sect, it tells that people are pure beings by nature.
  492. Although this identification of these five kings was not irrefutable, as an example, Waobu (the last king of ancient Japan) was to be considered as the Emperor Yuryaku.
  493. Although this is Luis FROIS's personal impression, Sakamoto-jo Castle was recognized as no less magnificent than the great Azuchi-jo Castle.
  494. Although this is a slapstick, the audience can still enjoy an easy-going atmosphere.
  495. Although this is just a simplified performance, it is used as an alternative method for playing instruments especially such as the Otsuzumi for which the preparation requires time.
  496. Although this is not the hot springs resort area, small Japanese inns, Minshuku (private home that runs inn providing room and board) and camp sites are dotted along Tennokawa.
  497. Although this is off the intention of this section, it has been revealed that there is an evidence that Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) intentionally tried to hide this shocking incident that occurred under shogun's nose, and it is spurring a torrent of speculation now.
  498. Although this is the legitimate system of the Yoshida family, there are also opinions that technically, it is mainly a Sekka school.
  499. Although this is the official terminal station of both Nara Line and Katamachi Line, no trains of Nara Line depart from or arrive at this station in practice, as they depart from or arrive at Nara Station due to the route of operation (i.e., some trains bound for Kyoto depart from JR-Nanba Station and Oji Station).
  500. Although this law was intended to protect warehouse merchants in Edo and to control steep price rise, it immediately met with strong opposition from powerful countries insisting that the law would hamper free trade policy as specified in the treaties.
  501. Although this led to a dramatic advance in the study of monjo, the monjo created by the Sutra copying office has been broken into pieces and has turned into something different from its original form.
  502. Although this literature of the dish is owned by the offspring 篠澤明剛, it is currently open to the public at the Saku City Mochizuki Museum of History and Folklore.
  503. Although this mage is done up in almost the same way with katsuyama-mage, its loop of mage became thicker and wider so that it looks like a ball rather than a loop.
  504. Although this marker is located at the border between Otsu and Kyoto cities, it is inside Otsu City.
  505. Although this may not be immediately relevant, the Takeda force was psychologically pressured with few options and less time for decision-making, when Mt. Tobigasu was assaulted and their escape route was almost blocked.
  506. Although this movement had been appraised as insisting on 'the freedom of faith in Japan' so far, some modern people think that Shimaji and Myonyo themselves were positive towards the idea of State Shinto and that it was not necessarily a movement to seek the freedom of faith and creed.
  507. Although this name pertains to "sekihan," it's not as reddish as the usual sekihan rice but is instead somewhat brownish, resembling gomoku-okowa (glutinous rice steamed with various vegetables or fish).
  508. Although this opinion finds much support, there is no conclusive evidence.
  509. Although this order compelled shrine maidens who did not remain continually at one shrine to give up their duty of offering folk prayers among the public, some maidens could continue their activities by staying at some shrines.
  510. Although this organization was established for communication and adjustment between the schools of the sect, recently it has become known also as a popular pilgrimage route.
  511. Although this park has only 400 Japanese plum trees, it is famous as a location for shooting Mt. Fuji.
  512. Although this part was described concretely, it is believed to have been impossible to understand the truth without direct teachings of Buddhism from a master.
  513. Although this position was initially supposed to be given to Hirosada KUSAKABE, Sakakibara was chosen instead, since Kusakabe was distantly related to the Asano family.
  514. Although this post corresponded to Jusanmi, it was a more important post than Dainagon (chief councilor of state).
  515. Although this practice continued into the Edo period, as Genroku Culture came to its end during the middle of the Edo period, the practice of male homosexuality drastically declined.
  516. Although this practice was originally prevalent only among nobilities and warriors, it diffused among ordinary people in the course of time and became the origin of the current practice of lunch.
  517. Although this professional name was supposed to be succeeded by her uncle Ukon Miyake (the second son of the ninth Tokuro MIYAKE), he was at odds with Motohide IZUMI, Motoya's father as well as Ukon's elder brother.
  518. Although this program was aimed at bringing Sadanji to the fore for his revival, friction arose between the writer's part and the costars and the proprietor of the theater.
  519. Although this reorganization required downsizing, the new organization functioned better due to complete transfer from the government to the administrative board.
  520. Although this reprint contributed to having the public know its existence, it lacks preciseness because it used Kosugibon for the original text, Tanehikobon and Horibon for correction and Horibon for the parts of from Section 29 through 31 that lack in Kosugibon.
  521. Although this scene and 'Mansion' originally constituted one single scene, this scene is performed purely in Kabuki acting without Joruri.
  522. Although this school was founded by warrior class, children of the common people, who reached the certain academic ability, were allowed to enter the school.
  523. Although this sect brought forth a new definition of Zenjo (i.e., Zazen) and had the aspect of completely denying the existing Buddhism, it prospered in the era of the Tang Dynasty.
  524. Although this section directed to the discussion about jigatachigyo does not include further comments on daimyo-chigo, some cases of daimyochigyo are touched on below as necessary.
  525. Although this section is electrified, nearly half of the local trains are operated by using diesel cars, and the frequency of service is around once per hour.
  526. Although this series carries the title 'Kami Kaido' (Kisokaido Road), the landscapes mainly painted were along Nakasendo Road of which Kisokaido was a secondary route (Reference: The Sixty-nine Stations of Nakasendo Road).
  527. Although this station doesn't have tracks to park trains or provide refuge, at one time the Kintetsu Nara Line had directional screens that denoted 'Express Miyamaki, ' 'Semi-Express Miyamaki,' etc.
  528. Although this stone pagoda has the form of Hokyointo (three-tiered stupa pagoda), it can be identified as a Koshinto Pagoda (Koshin is a folk faith in Japan and its object of devotion is a deity called Shomen Kongo) because the description, 'The God above descended to this world, Shomen Kongo Myoo Pagoda,' is inscribed in front of its figure.
  529. Although this stone toro is inscribed with the date of donation, 'June 2, 1583,' the inscription seems to have been intentionally dated back.
  530. Although this story is said to be incomplete, the third chapter is concluded with "The end".
  531. Although this story, together with the above story of losing the ability to remember, has become popular as folklore called "Myoga-yado," the authenticity has not been proved academically.
  532. Although this sword does not carry the maker's name on it, it is believed to have been made by Mitsuyo.
  533. Although this system initially started as one which was valid only during the era of the Emperor Junna, it continued to exist and took root throughout the Heian period.
  534. Although this temple is reported to have been founded by Prince Shotoku, some have said it was originally built in the middle Heian period by Kanku (882-970), a monk of the Shingon sect who had received from Cloistered Emperor Uda a ceremonial Kanjo (the esoteric Buddhist ritual of pouring water over the top of a monk's head).
  535. Although this tofu is made by a 'method of namashibori,' and bittern is added to the soy milk while its viscosity is low, the tofu becomes hard because the moisture content is reduced by applying a load for a long time.
  536. Although this train was scheduled to use model 80 cars of 81-82, in fact it used the same model cars of 95-96 due to the poor state of the time schedule.
  537. Although this type is very hard to design, it is economically advanced because it uses less concrete than other types.
  538. Although this type of land was basically yusoden (rice fields subject to taxation), they were certified as Zoyakumen.
  539. Although this type of mato was originally for formal ceremonies, this is now commonly used except for college and university kyudo.
  540. Although this was a forerunner event of the protection of cultural properties as historic sites, the protection of historic sites by a legal system had to await the establishment of the Historical Spot, Scenic Beauty, and Natural Monument Preservation Law of 1919.
  541. Although this was interrupted at the end of the Heian period and existed only in documents, some groups brought it back in the 1970s.
  542. Although this was kept secret, Ohime heard it and was so deeply grieved at his death that she couldn't drink even water.
  543. Although this was not sour grapes on his part, since Hashimoto went on to become famous as one of Japan's principal screenwriters.
  544. Although this was the true reason for the high price of Japanese cotton and tea, the rumor was that it was caused by trading between Satsuma Domain and foreigners.
  545. Although this was widely regarded as Itagaki's own remark, the phrase actually came from a speech titled "Itagaki may die, but liberty never will!" made by a journalist Shinsuke KOMURO (also called himself Angaido, 1852 - August 25, 1885) in Gifu prefecture right after the incident.
  546. Although this work is a fragment of a dyed fabric, it is very precious as a relic of dyed fabrics of the Asuka Period.
  547. Although those discriminated in the Medieval Period were generally called Hinin, there is controversy as to whether Kawaramono were included in Hinin.
  548. Although those engineering works were conducted mainly in the farmers' slack season and workers were mobilized irrespective of gender, these were a type of public works and wages were paid, and therefore people were reportedly pleased to cooperate.
  549. Although those words are usually translated into 'kojin' (個人) in Japanese today, there was no particular Japanese word corresponding to the meaning in those days.
  550. Although three companies were once engaged in the manufacture and sale of Ekiben at Nagaoka Station, Nomoto Bento-ten indefinitely suspended its business (and later closed down) due to the Chuetsu Earthquake, and as a result only Ikedaya and Nagaoka Koyoken are currently in business.
  551. Although today 'onmyoji' is generally pronounced with the stress on the opening 'on', it is said that it used commonly to be pronounced with the stress on the second syllable 'myo.'
  552. Although today, since the Teiran baskets produced by China are increasingly inferior in quality while those produced in Japan have not reached the level of satisfying demands and tastes of Senchado fanciers, good Teiran is one of the tools rarely available in markets.
  553. Although tokonoma is located to the right behind the host, it is close enough to the host because it is a dedoko.
  554. Although tokonoma were restricted as they were considered too lavish for ordinary people in the Edo Period, some influential people were allowed to build tokonoma when inviting local governors to their homes for example.
  555. Although tomesode was originally worn by a married woman, recently an unmarried woman may wear it as a formal dress.
  556. Although torches were originally only used for providing illumination during mass, their role grew in importance and they eventually became an essential part of Solemn Mass.
  557. Although traditional way of thinking which understood that laws should be prepared and enacted by an emperor ("national laws are family laws of an emperor") was dominant until that time, new conception of heaven-sent law without mediation by an emperor was brought in.
  558. Although training for taking care of the horses was also done at the same time, with plans to raise them carefully in Koganemaki (Matsudo City, Chiba Prefecture), the horses became scattered during the Boshin War.
  559. Although trains from the Morinomiya Train Depot are set up as TcMMTTMMTc from the Kamo side, while trains from the Nara Train Depot are TcMMMMTc, priority seats and car numbers are not reversed.
  560. Although trains that go directly to the JR Kyoto Line stop at Tsukamoto Station, trains that start from or terminate at Osaka Station and can be found early in the morning pass Tsukamoto Station without stopping.
  561. Although travelers could use such boats, most pilgrims crossed Hatenashi Pass by foot.
  562. Although trying to keep a low profile, people still may notice us like the drifting smell of plum flowers.
  563. Although tsukimi yagura (着見櫓) sounds like tsukimi yagura (月見櫓), it was used to confirm soldiers' arrival, etc. and is also known as tochaku (arrival) yagura.
  564. Although two buses of Rainbow HR were introduced in two consecutive years, they were seven meters in length since they were to be used on the narrow roads within the jurisdiction of the Takano office.
  565. Although two of those four, Hirokata ARAI and Hako IRIE, were not very famous painters of that period, they were assigned the important roles by the recommendation of Seiichi TAKI, an art historian.
  566. Although two percent of the face value was charged as a service fee to issue the inmotsusatsu, it could be exchanged for silver coins for free.
  567. Although two portions of the west wall were damaged in January 2002 as mentioned above, the Agency for Cultural Affairs did not disclose this fact and repaired the colors so the damage became inconspicuous.
  568. Although ubuyashinai (party to celebrate the birth of a baby) was carried out as a grand event, his birth was not particularly welcomed.
  569. Although unclear, Onitaiji legends can be found in Dai Nihon shi Taira no Koreshige den (Japanese literature, collection of TAIRA no Koreshige) and Taiheiki (The Record of the Great Peace).
  570. Although unfortunately whereabouts of these works were unknown, Seisuke inscribed his name and the surface of his stamp exquisitely on the footstone of guardinan dogs in Suwa-jinja Shrine, Kochi, and this curving of stamp can be helpful to imagine his lost work of 'Kanu-in.'
  571. Although unstated, it is likely that there are actually many who have retired to the country.
  572. Although until the early Heian period, hitoe (unlined garment) was used as an undergarment, hitoe became larger and did not work as an undergarment because of the rise of Japanese original national customs and manners and accompanied change of costume during and after the middle of the Heian period.
  573. Although up until now, northern limit of commercial growing of mikan was said to be Kanagawa and Chiba Prefectures, 1 ton of a Wase cultivar, "Okitsu wase" and so on were shipped by farms in Sadogashima Island, Niigata Prefecture in December 2007 and it was in the news.
  574. Although use of the uchine had almost died out after the Meiji Restoration, Uchine-jutsu was taught as an extra art in the Heki school of archery, with the result that the art has been passed down to the present by groups such as the Fellowship of the Settsu-kei line of the Insai-ha branch of the Heki School.
  575. Although use of whale meat was dependent on areas, the situations remained basically unchanged until the end of World War II.
  576. Although used in the late Muromachi period, it has reached it's present form only in the early modern age.
  577. Although various Bosatsu appear in the Buddhist scriptures and many Bosatsu are painted in the Mandalas, many of them were seldom constructed or made an object of worship as an individual statue.
  578. Although various actions--including the removal of introduced species, environmentally friendly operation of water-level control and restoration of lagoons--have been taken to resolve those issues, sufficient results have not been achieved.
  579. Although various music instruments were played in concert in the early Edo period, there is no evidence to show that any combination of music instruments was called 'sankyoku.'
  580. Although various other reasons are considered to have led to the defeat, one of the reasons was the fact that the Japanese army attacked the Yuan army in boats or on shore, before it disembarked, including the attacks described above.
  581. Although various types of kimono had been manufactured using a stencil dyeing technique in Kyoto for a long time, it was after the Meiji period that komon production, fully employing stencil dyeing, flourished.
  582. Although vehicles can run through it, the Ohara side is very steep.
  583. Although vehicles can run through it, the road keeps narrow as 1.0 to 1.3 lanes in width ahead and behind the pass, hard to imagine it is a national route.
  584. Although vol. 1 was completed in 1738, additional work was needed and Tadasuke OOKA, Echizen no kuni no kami (Governor of Echizen Province) and others were involved.
  585. Although wabi was made a theory in tea ceremony, the term 'wabicha' first appeared during the Edo period.
  586. Although warming sake has been done in Japan and China from old times to present days, if seen globally, it is an unique action.
  587. Although warriors fought very hard respecting Takasuke's fair manner toward the warriors, who were originally from noble families, they completely defeated by the overwhelming number of samurai of the Ashikaga army.
  588. Although we call it natural law, one in "Bankoku Koho" shows, while it is based on Christian way of thinking, strong Confucian color.
  589. Although we have no examples of Daimyo being subjected to kaieki, one of the most common reasons for the kaieki of ordinary samurai was the running away (flight or escape from one's domain) of the current or former heads of households.
  590. Although we say "throw" in active charcoal, it is not just thrown in and the difficult part of this process is to remove only those impurities and colors that should be removed.
  591. Although we say "to chant," it is not expressed aloud but chanted in the mind.
  592. Although what was done with Santei Ryokaku Code is not clear, the original text in "Nihonkoki" (Later Chronicle of Japan) referred to this suspension as 'Santei Ryo' and the description of Santei Ryokaku Code no longer appeared after that.
  593. Although when Nagamasa ASAI had once a military agreement with Nobunaga ODA and drove out the Rokkaku clan, later Nagamasa, joining the Shogun's alliance against Nobunaga, fought against Nobunaga and was defeated in 1573.
  594. Although where it says about him becoming Shikibukyo (the head of the Ministry of Shikibu is the same, it gives different dates, January 1 and April 7, in two parts.
  595. Although white charcoal is generally used for grilling yakitori, yakitori-ya restaurants in Yamaguchi Prefecture use powerful black charcoal in a high ratio, which is rare nationally.
  596. Although wings of tamamushi (jewel beetle) had been pasted below the gilt bronze metals, most of them are lost today.
  597. Although with the same hongan, there are groups having Dojeong JEONG, a descendant of Pae?ho JI, as the originator, a group having Sonwi JEONG as the originator, and a group having Eung JEONG as the originator.
  598. Although work on this inscripition was started at the behest of Shinsho, of the Zenrin-ji Temple, he passed away before the mold was completed, bequeathing the task to Tsunenori WAKI, who then hired Umitsugu SHIKABE on September 30, 875 to complete the mold.
  599. Although worrying about Lady Murasaki, Genji goes over to Oi at last on the pretext that he would check on how the temple was going.
  600. Although wrongly considered as ikki, it was actually goso.
  601. Although you assisted Mogami, I have no objection to it and it was reasonable.
  602. Although you can make Doburoku, which is called Dakushu in Japan under the Liquor Tax Act, using very simple tools at home, if you make it without permission, you will be charged with violating the Liquor Tax Act.
  603. Although you hear the footsteps, they say that it is harmless to human, but if you are afraid of the footsteps, say "Betobeto-san, osaki ni okoshi (please go ahead)," (in Nara Prefecture) or "osaki ni dozo (after you)," (in Shizuoka Prefecture), then it will leave the man whom it has followed.
  604. Although you must face various difficulties at present, but you will become happy someday.'
  605. Although yu (fiber of kozo (paper mulberry)) was formerly used, most shide today are made of paper (usually hoshogami (thick Japanese paper of the best quality), Mino-gami (paper made in Mino), or hanshi (standard-size Japanese writing paper)).
  606. Although yugisho was mainly applied to civil suits such as disputes over the boundary between territories, in some cases it was used on a suspect of various crimes.
  607. Although yukata and wooden clogs are sold in one set, it is possible, of course, to select any clogs with thongs of your favorite color and design.
  608. Although yurushijo is required as recognition of competence for the respective levels, yurushijo does not necessarily correspond to competence.
  609. Although zaibatsu were dissolved and divided into banks, securities companies, trading companies, etc, they retained overwhelming economic power until around the bubble economy era.
  610. Although zokufu has been created since the 15th century, it is said to be after the 16th century when zokufu was officially created.
  611. Although 如厳 MURATA captured two castles of Kiirein and besieged Ikariyama-jo Castle, the castle of the Shimazu head family, he lifted the siege three months later because of stiff resistance.
  612. Although, Nobushige TAKEDA, Shingen's younger brother, and Kansuke YAMAMOTO, strategist of Takeda army were killed, the Uesugi army also had an enormous number of casualties and the Battle ended in a draw due to damage to both armies.
  613. Although, for a while being administered by To-ji Temple, Sennyu-ji Temple was first publicly called the Sennyu-ji school in 1907 at the time of unification of the old schools of Shingon sect.
  614. Although, he appointed Muteki HIMEJIMA as the office of an administrator and forced through reformation of domain duties, he was dismissed from office due to Haihan-chiken (abolition of feudal domains and establishment of prefectures) on August 29, 1871.
  615. Although, he was called 'Sandaime' (third), only Shozo OTA used the name 'Jukai ICHIKAWA,' and he was sometimes simply called "Jukai ICHIKAWA."
  616. Although, it is a slap with series of steep hills and sharp curves that well maintained sections with double lane and narrow sections at 1.0-lane wide, where a vehicle cannot pass an oncoming car, continue intermittently.
  617. Although, it is completely different, it is often confused with something else.
  618. Although, it was a small domain with the crop yields of 10,000 koku, the lords of the Yagyu clan always carried weight as an instructor of swordplay in the Shogun family for generations.
  619. Although, it was in essence their own castle, successive Minakuchi Domain custodians treated it as if they were just borrowing it from the bakufu and took great care of it, and didn't seem to use the Goten in the Honmaru (the keep of the castle).
  620. Although, kansenji was often closed by a text-closing term '官符追下' even if an official document was not issued later, since kansenji was based on the premise that an official kanpu or kancho were later issued.
  621. Although, many of the shizoku families or persons with samurai ancestors, being main members of the new government, had some sense of Edo-jo Castle being surrendered undamaged, they nevertheless, felt deflated as well.
  622. Although, she had a son Toshitada MAEDA with Atsufusa, she was divorced with him.
  623. Although, she was sent to Edo (current Tokyo) as a hostage, together with her mother-in-low Hoshu-in during the Battle of Sekigahara, but later she was released to her husband, Toshinaga.
  624. Although, since then, the families of the name Aichi had been seen occasionally in Owari Province, their connection with the Aichi clan is not confirmed.
  625. Although, the 'Edo Jinko Shoki' of "Suijinroku" compile the figures from the hexannual census, whereas the "Chohoroku" compiles the figures of November 1721 under the name of 'townspeople.'
  626. Although, the Honmaru area was surrounded by stonewalls and was protected by the mud walls, gates, and watchtowers as mentioned earlier, the Honmaru Goten (Honmaru Palace) was more like a Shukukan for the Shogun family.
  627. Although, the Suzaku-mon Gate (restored in the Heijo Palace Site) as well as the Excavation Site Exhibition Hall and the Former Imperial Audience Hall (under restoration) belong to Agency for Cultural Affairs, the museum cooperates in administration and research.
  628. Although, the castle was rebuilt during the Sengoku period (period of warring states), in the generation of Yoshikata (Shotei) ROKKAKU and Yoshiharu ROKKAKU, they were defeated in wars such as the Battle at Norada against the Azai clan.
  629. Although, the period when the event is held varies regionally, it is usually either held regularly or temporarily.
  630. Although, there are various arguments concerning interpretation of 'shikigami,' with one of them being that it is like the esoteric Buddhism Goho-doji or with another being that it is to make use of spirits, but the most compelling theory seems to be that it originated from 'Rikujinshikiban' used in Onmyodo.
  631. Although, these fire damaged murals have been usually never opened to public, in commemoration of registering Horyu-ji Temple as World Heritage, they were shown to only those selected in a lottery from November 1 thorough 23, 1994.
  632. Although, to deal with the situation, they could either accept foreign visitors by 'Kaikoku' (opening the country to the world) and go overseas themselves, or expel the visitors to keep the (previous) peace, 'Joi' was the idea and concept of the latter.
  633. Although,about the method, it is often misconceived that "No rice malt is necessary" or "Single fermentation is done, not multiple parallel fermentation," the multiple parallel fermentation is actually done, which requires saccharification with rice malt (the rice malt over 3% of the amount of the original rice is required).
  634. Altitude difference: 638.83 m
  635. Altitude is 959 m.
  636. Altitude: 1112.08 meters high
  637. Altogether the "Kokin wakashu" consists of 20 scrolls (volumes) and a preface, but the Koya-gire has preserved only scrolls one, two, three, five, eight, nine, eighteen, nineteen, and twenty, and it is thought that the remaining scrolls have not survived to the present day.
  638. Aluminous springs
  639. Aluminous springs are hot springs whose principal ingredient is aluminum.
  640. Aluminum has become used in general for the Shinkansen train-cars developed after the privatization of JNR.
  641. Alumni Association
  642. Alumni association
  643. Always certain amount of money was kept to operate the dormitories (It is said that they kept 1,200 Ryo).
  644. Always screened foreign monumental films distributed by Toho chain cinemas.
  645. Alweg monorail
  646. Am Rissen Oshikicho tone (Summer) and Koma-sojo tone
  647. Am radio stations
  648. Ama ('海人' otherwise written as '海士') is a Noh play (classical Japanese dance theater).
  649. Ama (Noh play)
  650. Ama (nun)
  651. Ama Gozan
  652. Ama Gozan is a jikaku (statues of a Buddhist temple) of the Rinzai sect introduced to nunnery temples, and modeled after the Gozan system (the selection system of temples of the five highest ranks) in the Muromachi period.
  653. Ama Midai Masako deputized for the shogun on his sickbed and issued the command for putting down the Hiki clan to the vassals in Kamakura.
  654. Ama Shogun
  655. Ama in Japan
  656. Ama natto (sugared red beans)
  657. Ama no Chidori
  658. Ama no Hashidate View Land
  659. Ama no Iwato (Cave of Heaven)
  660. Ama no Kagami no Mikoto
  661. Ama no Murakumo no Tsurugi
  662. Ama no Murakumo no Tsurugi (literally, "Sword of the Gathering Clouds of Heaven")
  663. Ama no Murakumo no Tsurugi (sword)
  664. Ama no Murakumo no Tsurugi Sword
  665. Ama no Murakumo no Tsurugi' (the Sacred Sword of Ama no Murakumo) is a sword that came from the tail of 'Yamata no Orochi' (the Eight-Forked Serpent) when it was slain by Susanoo in 'Izumo no Kuni' (Izumo Province).
  666. Ama no Tokotachi no Mikoto
  667. Ama no iwato
  668. Ama no iwato (Cave of heaven)
  669. Ama no iwato legend is supposed to have taken place in the heaven, but because of desires to realize that mythology in this world, there exist some caves- 'this is the cave of Ama no iwato'-, or some places associating with Ama no iwato.
  670. Ama site (Takatsuki City, Osaka Prefecture)
  671. Ama-dera (also pronounced Ni-ji) is the temple whose chief priest is bikuni (female Buddhist disciple) (ama (a nun)).
  672. Ama-dera (nunnery temple)
  673. Ama-gun, Aichi PrefectureKayazu-jinja Shrine, which enshrines Kayanohime as the only goddess of tsukemono in Japan, is located in Jimokuji-cho (Aichi Prefecture).
  674. Ama-monzeki
  675. Amabe-go
  676. Amabe-shi Keizu
  677. Amacha (hydrangea tea)
  678. Amacha (hydrangea tea) using 'leaves of a plant similar to hydrangea'
  679. Amacha (leaf of plants resembling hydrangeas)
  680. Amacha is believed to help people improve their calligraphy skills.
  681. Amada District (A part of Fukuchiyama city except the former Saga-mura in Ikaruga District, the former Kumohara-mura in Yosa District(which has been joined to Amada District since 1902) and the former Oe-cho in Kasa District.)
  682. Amagappa ka bangappa ka (a raincoat or coarse raincoat).
  683. Amagasaki Domain
  684. Amagasaki Domain allowed guarantors of ginsatsu to borrow a large amount of money without any interest by mortgaging their houses and fields, so many people applied and there were dozens of guarantors.
  685. Amagasaki Domain of Settsu Province had territories in Nishinomiya and Hyogotsu where business was active, and were also surrounded by Osaka and Itami allowing the domain to issue han bills early.
  686. Amagasaki Province: Amagasaki-jo Castle
  687. Amagasaki Station (JR West), Ashiya Station (JR West), Kobe, Suma Station, Nishi-Akashi, Okubo Station (Hyogo Prefecture), Kakogawa
  688. Amagasaki Station (later Amagasaki-ko Station), (freight train) Nagasu Station, Itami Station and Ikeda Station (currently Kawanishiikeda Station) began operating.
  689. Amagasaki Station of the Amagasaki-ko Line was approximately 300 m away from Amagasaki Station of the Tokaido Main Line.
  690. Amagasaki Station restarted its operation.
  691. Amagasaki-Nishinomiya-Ashiya Port
  692. Amagasaki-jo Castle and Hanakuma-jo Castle were not surrendered on that occasion and it was a case never heard before that well-known reputed samurai abandon their wives and children as well as brothers and saved only they themselves.
  693. Amagasaki-ko Line (the figure in parentheses represents the operation kilometer from Tsukaguchi Station)
  694. Amagase Dam
  695. Amagase Forest Park
  696. Amagase Suspension bridge
  697. Amagase Tsuribashi (Amagase Suspension Bridge)
  698. Amagimi no Maki 31.7 cm X 1424.1 cm
  699. Amagimi, the older sister of Myoren, comes all the way from Shinano Province (now Nagano Prefecture), the birth place of Myoren, to Mt. Shigi to see him.
  700. Amagoi Komachi (Takayasu Komachi) (Komachi Praying for Rain)
  701. Amahaikazuchi no mikoto is the shusaijin (main enshrined deity) of the shrine, where Kamori-jinja shrine (enshrining Amenooshihito no mikoto) and Futakami-jinja shrine (enshrining Kunitama [the spirit of the land]) are enshrined in a sessha (auxiliary shrines dedicated to deities closely-related to that of a main shrine) in the right and left halls respectively.
  702. Amakarado
  703. Amakarado and notando are seldom labeled, but as indexes of taste, they are more reliable than nihondhudo.
  704. Amakarado is a value that represents the degree of sweetness/dryness of sake.
  705. Amakarado= 0.86 x glucose concentration - 1.16 x acid level - 1.31
  706. Amakashi no oka Hill
  707. Amakashi-no-oka Hill is the place where Kukatachi (a way of judging by putting one's hand in boiling water) was conducted in ancient times.
  708. Amakashinimasu-jinja Shrine
  709. Amakashinimasu-jinja Shrine is located on Amakashi-no-oka Hill in Asuka-mura, Takaichi-gun, Nara Prefecture.
  710. Amakashino-oka Hill
  711. Amakashino-oka Hill is a hill located in Toyura, Asuka-mura, Takaichi County, Nara Prefecture.
  712. Amako no Iratsume
  713. Amako no Iratsume (year of birth and death unknown) was a daughter of MUNAKATA no Kimi Tokuzen, a Gozoku (local ruling family) of Chikushi Munakata-gun County.
  714. Amakuchi
  715. Amakusa City, Kumamoto Prefecture
  716. Amakusa Tomioka-jo Castle Chamberlain
  717. Amamayu no kuruma: A simplified version of the karahisashi no kuruma above, used by regents and chancellors when they wore noshi (everyday clothes for nobles).
  718. Amami-senbei is part of the tradition of To-gashi (唐菓子: Chinese sweets), and this is said to be the origin of senbei.
  719. Amamidai
  720. Amanatto
  721. Amanatto, a Japanese-style cake, is candied beans, chestnuts, lotuses, and sweet potatoes cut into round slices (called Imo natto).
  722. Amanawashinmei-jinja Shrine
  723. Amane NISHI (keimoka (Member of the Enlightenment movement))
  724. Amane NISHI (political advisor to Shogun Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA)
  725. Amane NISHI keimoka (illuminator): He was in the position during the period form May 24, 1882 to September 29, 1890.
  726. Amane NISHI studied at Leiden University in the Netherlands and had got directly lectured by Vissering, and the book was translation of his notes of lectures.
  727. Amane NISHI studied international law in the Netherlands and came back to Japan in 1865.
  728. Amane NISHI: Keimoka, (illuminator) Baron, the principal of Tokyo normal school, Genroin gikan (councillor of Chamber of Elders or Senate)
  729. Amaneiko served for five successive emperors, Emperor Seiwa, Emperor Yozei, Emperor Koko, Emperor Uda, and Emperor Daigo.
  730. Amano who belonged to the same Odani school was nevertheless too proud of his new post to say, 'You've got me.'
  731. Amano-gawa River, Osaka Prefecture (crossing National Route 168 at the eastern end of Kitatahara-ohashi Bridge)
  732. Amanohabaya
  733. Amanohabaya is an arrow described in the "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters), "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) and mythology.
  734. Amanohashidate
  735. Amanohashidate (sand bar) stretches over at the base of the southeastern part of the peninsula, forming the Aso-kai (inland sea), being detached from Miyazu Bay.
  736. Amanohashidate (within a short walking distance from this station)
  737. Amanohashidate Cable Railway
  738. Amanohashidate Hot Spring 'Chieno-Yu' (in front of this station)
  739. Amanohashidate Park (within walking distance from this station)
  740. Amanohashidate Station
  741. Amanohashidate Station - Iwatakiguchi Station - Nodagawa Station
  742. Amanohashidate Station was also chosen as one of the 100 most attractive stations in the Kinki region at the first of such selections in 2000.
  743. Amanohashidate Station, located in Aza-Monju of Miyazu City, Kyoto Prefecture, is a stop on the Miyazu Line of the Kitakinki Tango Railway.
  744. Amanohashidate Swimming Beach
  745. Amanohashidate beach
  746. Amanohashidate cable [funicular] railway
  747. Amanohashidate excursion ship (Miyazu - Amanohashidate - Ichinomiya)
  748. Amanohashidate has shrunk in recent years due to erosion, and is in danger of disappearing.
  749. Amanohashidate is a sand spit (geologically, a sand bar) 3.2km long (Daitenkyo, Shotenkyo), lined with about 7,000 pine trees, and ranging in width from 20m to 170m at its base.
  750. Amanohashidate is a scenic spot in Miyazu Bay, near Miyazu City in Kyoto Prefecture.
  751. Amanohashidate lift
  752. Amanohashidate: Sand spit existing in Miyazu City, Kyoto Prefecture
  753. Amanoiwadate-jinja Shrine in Yagyu, Nara City, Nara Prefecture.
  754. Amanoiwatobiraki no kami
  755. Amanoiwatowake no kami was ranked to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) from no rank on April 24, 865 ("Nihon Sandai Jitsuroku").
  756. Amanoiwatowakenokami
  757. Amanoiwatowakenokami is a god (of Shinto) who appears in Japanese Mythology.
  758. Amanoiwatowakenokami was enshrined at the gates of the four directions in the imperial palace of the Emperors from ancient times.
  759. Amanokaguyama hill
  760. Amanonunaharaoki no mahito no Sumeramikoto, the Emperor Tenmu, the first volume
  761. Amanonunaharaoki no mahito no Sumeramikoto, the Emperor Tenmu, the second volume
  762. Amanosakahoko in Takachiho
  763. Amanouehara, Amanoshitahara: Active during the reign of Emperor Keiko.
  764. Amanozako
  765. Amanozako is a Japanese goddess who is depicted in "Wakan-sansai-zue" (an encyclopedia compiled in the Edo period).
  766. Amaokayama Tunnel
  767. Amarube Bridge is located along the route.
  768. Amasogi: a hairstyle of both nuns and young girls of the Heian Period
  769. Amatarashihikokuni Oshihito no Mikoto
  770. Amatarashihikokuni oshihito no mikoto (year of birth and death unknown) was a member of the Imperial family (the royal family), described in the "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters) and the "Nihon Shoki" (Chronicles of Japan).
  771. Amaterasu
  772. Amaterasu (the Sun Goddess) and the other gods in Takamanohara (plain of high heaven) considered that 'it was a descendant of Amatsu kami, especially Amaterasu, who should rule Ashihara no nakatsukuni.'
  773. Amaterasu (the Sun Goddess, ruling Takamanohara [the plain of high heaven]), Tsukuyomi (the deity of the Moon, ruling over the night) and Susano (ruling the sea) were born last and were called the three noble gods.
  774. Amaterasu = Dainichi nyorai (Vairocana) + Juichimen Kannon Bosatsu
  775. Amaterasu Omikami
  776. Amaterasu Omikami (the God of the sun)
  777. Amaterasu Omikami (the Sun Goddess)
  778. Amaterasu Omikami (the Sun Goddess) and Emperor Meiji were enshrined as deities.
  779. Amaterasu Omikami (the Sun Goddess) gave an oracle that Ninigi-no Mikoto and his descendants should rule Ashihara no nakatsukuni (another word for the country or the location of Japan) forever, and the great-grandchild of Ninigi-no Mikoto, Iwaremiko ascended to the throne as 'Emperor Jinmu.'
  780. Amaterasu Omikami (the Sun Goddess) ordered Tsukuyomi to go take a look at a goddess called Ukemochi no kami in Ashihara no nakatsukuni (literally, "Central Land of Reed Plains", which refers to the human world).
  781. Amaterasu Omikami and Kamono Omikami are the only examples of deities which are called 'Omikami' (Great God) from the beginning of the Kojiki.
  782. Amaterasu Omikami entrusted and told, this Toyo Ashihara Mizuho no Kuni (the Land of Abundant Reed Plains and Rice Fields) is the land you reign'.
  783. Amaterasu Omikami is also referred to as 'Naishidokoro' since the mirror was placed in the Naishidokoro in the Imperial Palace.
  784. Amaterasu Omikami is considered to be female, but some say the god is male.
  785. Amaterasu Omikami is the god of the sun and one of the Oyagami (parent deities) of the Imperial Family (the Kososhin (imperial ancestor)).
  786. Amaterasu Omikami made a pledge with Susanoo and gave birth from the belongings of the other.
  787. Amaterasu Omikami sent Amenokumahito to Ukemochi no kami, but Ukemochi no kami had passed away.
  788. Amaterasu Omikami turns Mao away, snapping, "I won't chant the name of Sanpo (3 treasures of Buddhism: Buddha, sutras and priesthood) and allow them to come closer to me. So go home!"
  789. Amaterasu Omikami was entrusted to Toyosuki iribime no mikoto, and enshrined in Kasanui no Mura of Yamato Province.
  790. Amaterasu Omikami-sha Shrine (Amaterasu omikami)
  791. Amaterasu Omikami?who had decided that she would have one of her sons, Amenooshihomimi, descend to Ashihara no nakatsukuni?dispatched Amatsu kami (the god of heaven) there.
  792. Amaterasu Oomikami demanded the transfer of the sovereignty of Ashihara-Naka-tsu-Kuni (The Middle Land of Reed Plain) to the grandson of the sun goddess, and Okuninushi (chief god of Izumo in southern Honshu Island, Japan, and the central character in the important cycle of myths set in that region) and his child, Kotoshiro nushi (a Japanese ancient god) accepted it.
  793. Amaterasu Oomikami, who worried that tosei (Eastern expedition of the Emperor Jinmu) was making little progress, had a talk with Takemikazuchi no Kami, and gave a sacred sword (Futsu no mitama) to Takakuraji, a resident in Kumano, then Takakuraji presented this sword to Iwarehikono Mikoto.
  794. Amaterasu and Susanoo
  795. Amaterasu and Takamimusubi said to Amaterasu's child, Amenooshihohomi, 'Now that pacification of Ashihara no Nakatsukuni is done, descend to earth and rule Ashihara no Nakatsukuni as you agreed to do' (the "Kojiki" [The Records of Ancient Matters]).
  796. Amaterasu and Takamimusubi urged Amenouzume on, saying "You should ask him who he is, because even though you may be a weak woman, you never grow timid when meeting others," so she asked him his name.
  797. Amaterasu announced that she would take the later male gods to bring them up as her own offspring because they were born from her possession, and that the former female gods were Susano's offspring because they were born from his possession.
  798. Amaterasu forgave Susanoo, but because Susanoo showed violent behavior in Takamanohara, Amaterasu hid herself in Amano iwado (Cave of Heaven).
  799. Amaterasu infused deities of Omoikane (the god of wisdom and talent), Tajikarao, and Amanoiwatowake no kami into the three Sacred Treasures of the Imperial Family during its tensonkorin (the descent to earth of the grandson of the sun goddess).
  800. Amaterasu is given the role of the deity (Takagimusu hi no Kami) who descends to Takagi (considered a "sotojime" or heaven-like realm) at dawn, and appears last of the 33, nor does she come on stage as a dancing deity until the very end of the performance.
  801. Amaterasu omikami (Tensho daijin) is a humanized Shinto god in Japanese.
  802. Amaterasu omikami observed the area using a mikoiwa near the site of angu, and she placed her crown there. '
  803. Amaterasu omikami represents the ideal of the Japanese spirit to cover the world with the rays of the sun.
  804. Amaterasu ordered Tsukuyomi to watch over a deity called Ukemochi in Ashihara no nakatsukuni (Literally, "Central Land of Reed Plains", which refers to the human world).
  805. Amaterasu said, 'It should be my child, Amenooshihomimi, who rules Ashihara no nakatsukuni,' and she ordered Amenooshihomimi to descend from the heaven.
  806. Amaterasu sent Amenokumahito to Ukemochi, who had already been dead.
  807. Amaterasu thought Susanoo came to take over Takamanohara, so she greeted Susanoo with her bow and arrow ready.
  808. Amaterasu thought that Susano had come to usurp Takamanohara, and met Susano with a bow and arrow in her hands.
  809. Amaterasu's grandson, Ninigi, unified Ashihara no Nakatsukuni, and descended in Hyuga Province.
  810. Amaterasu-omikami
  811. Amateru Kuniteruhiko Ama no Hoakari Kushitama Nigihayaki no Mikoto
  812. Amateru Kuniteruhiko Ama no Hoakari no Mikoto.
  813. Amateru Kuniteruhiko Hoakari
  814. Amaterutamanomikoto-jinja Shrine
  815. Amateur Kabuki
  816. Amateur Kabuki "Gidayu (style of reciting dramatic narratives) Kanjincho": It is a new act of Amateur Kabuki in Komatsu City.
  817. Amateur and professional players
  818. Amateur kabuki in various places in Japan (However, tooth black may not be used.)
  819. Amateur rakugoka
  820. Amato Pharmaceutical Products, Ltd.
  821. Amatoyotsuhime no mikoto
  822. Amatoyotsuhime no mikoto (Empress of Emperor Itoku) was his only child, and it is described in 'Sendai Kujihongi' (Ancient Japanese History) that he had no heir.
  823. Amatoyotsuhime no mikoto was the Empress of Emperor Itoku, one of the eight emperors living during the Kesshi-Hachidai (Eight Undocumented Sovereigns).
  824. Amatsu Tsumi and Kunitsu Tsumi
  825. Amatsu kami suppressed Ashihara no nakatsukuni, so Ninigi, a grandchild of Amaterasu Omikami, went down from the heaven (tenson korin [descent of the heavenly grandchild]), and since then Emperors who were descendants of the grandson of the sun goddess had ruled Ashihara no nakatsukuni.
  826. Amatsu tsumi
  827. Amatsu tsumi and Kunitsu tsumi are important concepts in understanding the view of "crimes" in ancient Japan, where religion, politics, and legislation were closely related.
  828. Amatsu tsumi and Kunitsu tsumi are written in Kanji characters as "天つ罪" and "国つ罪" or "天津罪" and "国津罪."
  829. Amatsu tsumi and Kunitsu tsumi described in oharae no kotoba include the followings.
  830. Amatsu-jashiro Shrine
  831. Amatsubo-jinja Shrine
  832. Amatsuhiko' means the deities Amatsukami and 'hiko' means male.
  833. Amatsuhikone
  834. Amatsuhikone is a god (Shinto) appearing in Japanese Mythology.
  835. Amatsuhikone is considered the soshin (ancestor honored as god) of many clans.
  836. Amatsuhikone no mikoto
  837. Amatsuhikone no mikoto was born from the beads wrapped around her kazura (wig).
  838. Amatsuhikone.
  839. Amatsuhitsugi Takamikura (Imperial Sun Succession to the Imperial Throne)' indicates the position that the emperor assumes, and his faculty is the Imperial Throne itself or the administration that the emperor undertakes assuming the Imperial Throne, and it is not supposed to be the rule of succession.
  840. Amatsukami (god of heaven) and Kunitsukami (god of land) were enshrined in the palace.
  841. Amatsukami (天津神; gods of heaven) and Kunitsukami (国津神; gods of the land) are the grouping of gods (Shinto) that appear in Japanese mythology.
  842. Amatsukami and Kunitsukami
  843. Amatsukami is a general term for gods that are in Takamanohara (plain of high heaven) or have descended to this world, whereas Kunitsukami is a general term for gods that have appeared on the land.
  844. Amatsukami is called as 'Tenjin' (天神) and Kunitsukami as 'Chiji,' (地神) written with two Chinese characters.
  845. Amatsukaze kumonokayoiji fukitojiyo otomenosugata shibashitodomen' (Wind of the heavens, please close the road through which the tennyo return to the heavens in the clouds, for I wish the dancers to stay on the ground for a while longer).
  846. Amatsukume is the patriarchal deity of Kume no Atai.
  847. Amatsukume no mikoto
  848. Amatsukume no mikoto is a god (Shinto) who appears in Japanese Mythology.
  849. Amatsumara
  850. Amatsumara appears in the Iwatogakure section of the "Kojiki," which relates how the sun goddess, Amaterasu, hid in a cave and was lured out uing a mirror and the dancing of Amenouzume, the goddess of merriment.
  851. Amatsumara is a deity of ironworking that appears in Japanese mythology.
  852. Amatsumikaboshi
  853. Amatsumikaboshi is a god of stars (Shinto) appearing in Japanese mythology.
  854. Amatsunorito no hutonoritogoto
  855. Amatsuoya Sakatsuhime-no-Mikoto (a deity existing in Yata-no-Kagami [a mirror, one of "Three Sacred Treasures of Japan"): the same deity as Amaterasuokami Takakura-jinja Shrine enshrines
  856. Amattare Udon
  857. Amattare Udon is made in Zao-machi, Miyagi Prefecture.
  858. Amazake
  859. Amazake (a sweet low-alcohol drink made from fermented rice or sake lees), dessert sake especially for female consumers and sake products made from morohaku (sake of 100% polished white rice), etc. are examples of amakuchi.
  860. Amazake (sweet mild sake)
  861. Amazake (sweet mild sale) may be added before compression.
  862. Amazake added with ginger juice is also sold in cans.
  863. Amazake is a traditional Japanese sweet beverage, which is a cloudy liquid similar to doburoku (unrefined sake).
  864. Amazake is popular as a healthy beverage because it not only has the effect of warming the body but also prevents natsubate (summer lethargy) when drunk during summer.
  865. Amazake is produced according to one of the following methods.
  866. Amazake was once called as Hitoyo-zake (literally overnight rice wine) because of this production method.
  867. Amazake with no added sugar has a natural sweetness and a slightly sour taste due to lactic acid.
  868. Amazed by the return of Hideyoshi's large force in such a short period of time, Morimasa SAKUMA started to retreat that midnight, but came under blistering attack from Hideyoshi's large force before dawn of the next day.
  869. Amazingly for a tea preparation area, heavenly bamboo has been used in the construction of the alcove posts of the three-mat room and this is well known.
  870. Amazuka-kofun Tumulus
  871. Amazuka-kofun Tumulus (national historical site)
  872. Amazuka-kofun Tumulus is a kofun (tumulus) at Uzumasa Matsumoto-cho, Ukyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  873. Amazuzuke
  874. Ambassador of Nagara-gawa ukai
  875. Ambassador, vice-ambassador, officers, clerical officers, on-board supervisors, translators, short-stay students, Shinto priest, doctors, master of Yin yang, painters, low-ranked clerks, archers, shipmen, and chief musicians
  876. Ambassadors for the western seacoast Takunawa SAEKI and Kunikatsu YOSHIDO returned from Baekje and presented a parrot.
  877. Amber
  878. Ambiguity of matsuri (祭), and present
  879. Ame (rain) (Lyric writer: Hakushu KITAHARA; composer: Ryutaro HIROTA)
  880. Ame Tsuchi no hajime no toki' (when the heaven and earth) in the opening line of "Kojiki" refers to the time when the heaven and the earth first appeared, and it does not tell how they were created.
  881. Ame no Hachinoki
  882. Ame no Hoakari (one of the gods in Japanese mythology)
  883. Ame no Hoakari is a Shinto god that appears in Japanese mythologies.
  884. Ame no Hoakari is worshipped as a god of the sun as well as agriculture.
  885. Ame no Hoakari no Mikoto
  886. Ame no Hoakari was born to the deities Amenooshihomimi and Takuhatachijihime no Mikoto, a daughter of Takamimusubi.
  887. Ame no Mikumari no Okami who rules water is the main deity, and other associated gods that are enshrined are Takamimusubi, Sukunabikona, Mikogami, Ninigi, Tamayoribime and Takuhatachijihime no Mikoto.
  888. Ame no Minakanushi
  889. Ame no Minakanushi no Kami
  890. Ame no Minakanushi no Kami (one of the gods in Japanese mythology), Hitorigami (the god of single existence), Amahara no Chushin no kami (the god in center of Takamanohara - plain of high heaven)
  891. Ame no Minakanushi no Kami as described in "Kojiki" (the Records of Ancient Matters)
  892. Ame no Minakanushi no Kami as described in "Nihonshoki" (The Chronicles of Japan)
  893. Ame no Minakanushi no Kami is one of the gods (Shinto) who appear in Japanese mythology.
  894. Ame no Minakanushi no Kami, Kamimusubi no Kami and Takamimusubi no Kami are collectively called "Zoka-sanshin" (three gods of creation), who are said to be genderless 'hitorigami' (god without gender) hiding their figures from the world of human beings.
  895. Ame no Minakanushi no Mikoto
  896. Ame no Murakumo no Tsurugi Sword is said to be a symbol of the ancient ironmaking culture in Izumo Province.
  897. Ame no Tokotachi no Kami
  898. Ame no Uzume (a goddess in Japanese mythology) is a shiso-shin (an original god) for entertainment.
  899. Ame no Wakahiko, a child of Amatsukunitama no Kami, was ordered to descend to earth prior to tensonkorin, but he sent no report on his mission to the Plain of High Heaven, and moreover, he killed with an arrow Kigishi no Nakime (a pheasant) who was dispatched to reprimand him.
  900. Ame no Yoru (literally, Rainy Night) (September 1895, 'Yomiuri Shimbun')
  901. Ame no hoakari was his elder brother.
  902. Ame or Ama tarashihiko is consistent with naming that appeared in the "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters) or the "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan), and Okimi (great king) or Amakimi was regarded as an honorific title which was not only used for chiefs, but also for others.
  903. Ame' indicates that it has something to do with Takamanohara (plain of high heaven).
  904. Ame' no
  905. Ame' no (attibutes of kami)
  906. Ame-uri (candy vendor)
  907. Amefuri (rainy weather) (Lyric writer: Hakushu KITAHARA; composer: Shinpei NAKAYAMA)
  908. Amefuri kumanoko (child bare in the rain)
  909. Amefuri otsukisan (moon in the rain) (Lyric writer: Ujo NOGUCHI; composer: Shinpei NAKAYAMA)
  910. Amekai Yurei' (A Ghost that buys candies for her kid) is another name for the folktale.
  911. Amekunioshiharakihironiha no Sumeramikoto, the Emperor Kinmei
  912. Amekunioshiharakihironiha no Sumeramikoto-mentioned in the book, "Nihonshoki "(Chronicles of Japan)
  913. Amekunioshiharukihiro no Mikoto-mentioned in the book, "Cultural Properties of Chugu-ji Temple"
  914. Amekunioshiharukihironiha no sumeramikoto-mentioned in the book "Ganjo-ji temple garan engi", (the history of Ganjoji temple).
  915. Amekunioshiharukihironiwa no mikoto settled in the palace of Shikishima, and governed the country (Shiki-gun, Nara Prefecture).
  916. Amekunioshiharukihironiwa no mikoto, his younger brother, ruled the country, residing in his palace in the palace of Shikishima.
  917. Amekunioshiharukihironiwa no mikoto-Mentioned in the book, "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters)
  918. Amemikotohirakasuwake no Sumeramikoto, the Emperor Tenchi
  919. Amendment
  920. Amendment according to the Law for Disposition and the Like of Related Laws and Ordinances accompanying Enactment of General Administrative Agency of the Cabinet Establishment Act.
  921. Amendment to the Naikaku-kansei (Imperial edict no. 7, of 1907)
  922. Amendments
  923. Ameno Mikumari no kami
  924. Ameno Tajikarao
  925. Ameno Tajikarao is a god that appears in Japanese Mythology (Shinto religion).
  926. Ameno Tajikarao, whose name means 'a male god having strong arms,' representing physical strength or muscular strength.
  927. Ameno nakabashira kojin and the Emperor Reigen are enshrined within the aidono building.
  928. Amenofukio-no-kami
  929. Amenofutodama no mikoto is their ancestor.
  930. Amenohiboko
  931. Amenohiboko had the illusion that the man wanted to kill and eat the cow, so he captured him and tried to imprison him.
  932. Amenohiboko is a deity in Japanese mythology, who appears in "Kojiki" (The Records of Ancient Matters) and "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan).
  933. Amenohiboko made the girl his legal wife, and the girl served him delicious dishes every day.
  934. Amenohiboko was said to have left for Japan and settled in Tajima Province, and then he naturalized during the reign of Emperor Suinin, and additionally, he was thought to have left some descendants in the course of that.
  935. Amenohoakari no Mikoto
  936. Amenohohi
  937. Amenohohi came to live on the ground and did not come back to Takamanohara (plain of high heaven) for three years.
  938. Amenohohi is a god (Shinto) who appears in the Japanese mythology.
  939. Amenohohi is professed as a god of agriculture, rice ear, sericulture, cotton, industry and others.
  940. Amenohohi is regarded as the second child of Amaterasu, who was the owner of the monozane (medium to produce something), and as the younger brother of Amenooshihomimi.
  941. Amenohohi no Mikoto and NOMI no Sukune are soshin (ancestor honored as god) of the Sugawara clan and the Haji clan.
  942. Amenohohi no mikoto
  943. Amenohohi no mikoto was born from the beads wrapped around her right mizura.
  944. Amenohohi was born from the magadama (a comma-shaped bead) Amaterasu was wearing around her right mizura hair when Amaterasu and Susanoo made the oath of Amaterasu and Susanoo.
  945. Amenohohi was sent to go see 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 Izumo Province to pacify Ashihara no Nakatsukuni (literally, "Central Land of Reed Plains," which refers to the human world).
  946. Amenohohi was the first kami god sent to pacify Ashihara no Nakatsukuni but three years later had still not returned and so Amenowakahiko was sent.
  947. Amenohohi's child, Takehiratori no Mikoto is said to have become the soshin (ancestor honored as god) of Izumo no Kuninomiyatsuko and others.
  948. Amenohohinomikoto-jinja Shrine (Ishida-cho, Yamashina Ward, Kyoto City)
  949. Amenoiwatowake's alternate names are Kushiiwamato and Toyoiwamato, and he is the Mikado no kami (deity of the gate).
  950. Amenokaguyama no mikoto
  951. Amenokaguyama no mikoto was the Japanese god (Shinto religion).
  952. Amenokawatana no mikoto
  953. Amenokoyane is the patriarchal deity of the Nakatomi clan.
  954. Amenokoyane no Mikoto
  955. Amenokoyane no Mikoto (written in kanji as 天児屋命) is a god (Shinto) that appeared in Japanese mythology.
  956. Amenokoyane no mikoto
  957. Amenokoyane recited Norito (Shinto prayer), and Ameno Tajikarao stood hidden beside the entrance of the cave of heaven blocked with a huge rock.
  958. Amenokuhizamochi no kami and Kuninokuhizamochi no kami
  959. Amenokuhizamochi, Kuninokuhizamochi: The deities of the gourd or irrigation.
  960. Amenokumahito took them all to Amaterasu, who was pleased and used the grains as seeds for planting in the fields because these were indispensable foods for people.
  961. Amenokurado no Kami, Kuninokurado no Kami
  962. Amenomahitotsu no Kami
  963. Amenomahitotsu no Kami appears under the name of Amenomahitotsu no Mikoto in the section on the Takanokori region in the "Harimanokuni Fudoki" (the topography of Harima Province).
  964. Amenomahitotsu no Kami is a Shinto god of iron manufacture and blacksmiths who appears in Japanese mythology.
  965. Amenomahitotsu no Kami is enshrined at Amenomahitotsu-jinja Shrine (Ogi-cho, Nishiwaki City, Hyogo Prefecture (formerly Ogi, Hino Village, Taka District), the current shrine building is a reconstruction), where he was worshipped as a god of iron manufacturing.
  966. Amenomahitotsu no kami was also a deity of ironworking, and in "Kogo-shui," he made metal weapons at the time of Amaterasu's hiding away in the cave.
  967. Amenomikumari no kami and Kuninomikumari no kami
  968. Amenomikumari, Kuninomikumari: The deities of the allocation of running water or the watershed.
  969. Amenominakanushi no kami (God Ruling the Center of Heaven), Takamimusubi no kami, and Kamimusubi no kami became the three creator deities.
  970. Amenomiya No.1 Kofun Tumulus (the length of the burial mound 61.0 meters, Ishikawa Prefecture)
  971. Amenomiya's Shinto ritual performing art (January 21, 1981)
  972. Amenonaemasu no mikoto
  973. Amenonaemasu no mikoto (spelled '天苗加命,' or alternatively '天苗益命') is a deity (Shinto) in Japanese mythology.
  974. Amenonaemasu no mikoto is the founding father of Katori-muraji, a family who had served as the head Shinto priest (called 'Daiguji' (high priest of a great shrine), or 'Onegi') of Katori-jinja Shrine for generations, and enshrined in Matami-jinja Shrine (also referred to as Wakaomi-jinja Shrine), one of sessha (auxiliary shrines) of Katori-jinja Shrine.
  975. Amenoohabari
  976. Amenoohabari said, 'Takemikazuchi should be sent,' so they sent Takemikazuchi to Ashihara no nakatsukuni with Ame no toribune (heavenly bird-ship).
  977. Amenoohabari-no-kami blocked the road by pulling the water from Amenoyasukawa, and since the other gods could not go there, Amenokaku-no-kami was dispatched as an envoy.
  978. Amenooshihi and Amatsukume wore their armors and led the way.
  979. Amenooshihi is the patriarchal deity of the Otomo clan.
  980. Amenooshihi no Mikoto armed along with Amatsukume no Mikoto, who is said to be the soshin of the Kume clan, and led Ninigi no Mikoto.
  981. Amenooshihi no Mikoto is a god (Shinto) which appears in Japanese mythology.
  982. Amenooshihi no Mikoto is said to be the soshin (ancestor honored as god) of the Otomo clan.
  983. Amenooshihi-no-mikoto
  984. Amenooshihito no mikoto is said to be the deity who cleaned up the meconium (蟹; kani) when Ugayafukiaezu was born, and its descendants were called the Kamori (蟹守) clan (Kamori can be written using other characters including 掃部, 加守 and 狩森).
  985. Amenooshihohomi replied, 'Because my child Ninigi was born as I was preparing to descend to earth, this child should be send to earth' (the "Kojiki").
  986. Amenooshihomimi
  987. Amenooshihomimi (Masakatsuakatsu kachihayahi amenooshihomimi) is a god (Shinto) that appeared in Japanese mythology.
  988. Amenosagiri no Kami, Kuninosagiri no Kami
  989. Amenosakahoko
  990. Amenosakahoko (also pronounced as Amanosakahoko) is a kind of halberd (hoko) which appears in the myths of medieval Japan.
  991. Amenosazuchi no Kami, Kuninosazuchi no Kami
  992. Amenoshitatsukurashishi Okami:
  993. Amenotajikarao-no-mikoto-sha Shrine (Amanotajikarao no mikoto (the god of strength))
  994. Amenotokotachi
  995. Amenotokotachi no Kami
  996. Amenotokotachi no Kami is a god (Shinto) appearing in the Japanese mythology.
  997. Amenotokotachinokami (one of the gods), Hitorigami (the god of single existence)
  998. Amenouzume
  999. Amenouzume (Amanouzume) is a deity who appears in Japanese Shinto mythology.
  1000. Amenouzume began a thunderous dance on an overturned tub, and divinely possessed, she exposed her breasts and lowered her skirt string to her genitals.

26001 ~ 27000

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