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  1. On January 2, 1854, he was born as a son of Jubei in Shimozagura Village, Ono District, Mino Province (Gifu Prefecture).
  2. On January 2, 1864, he was demoted from Tamarizume kaku to Shikoseki (common room) rank.
  3. On January 2, 1883, his father Takayo died.
  4. On January 2, 1969, when Emperor Showa and other family members stood on the veranda of Chowa den Hall on the first New Year Greeting after the completion of the new Kyuden, someone tried to shoot the Emperor with pachinko balls.
  5. On January 2, 690 (in old lunar calendar; February 18, 690), one day after the enthronement of Empress Jito, FUSE Miushi Ason together with TAJIHI no Shima gave a congratulatory address celebrating the enthronement.
  6. On January 2, 694 (old lunar calendar; February 4, 694), FUSE Ason Miushi and OTOMO no Miyuki were both promoted to the rank of Shokoshi.
  7. On January 2, 896, he was promoted to Jugoinojo (junior fifth rank, upper grade) while retaining his position as Bitchu no suke.
  8. On January 2, 990, director of Harima Province
  9. On January 2, people only perform their usual tasks formally with the wish for safety in their work and improvement of their skills during the new year.
  10. On January 20, 1239, he resigned from the position of Sakyo-gontaifu.
  11. On January 20, 1303, he was appointed as Sakon-e-no-Chujo (lowest general of Sakon-e-fu).
  12. On January 20, 1579, he crucified 122 women and children of the family and retainers of Murashige ARAKI at Nanamatsu near Amagasaki, and had them shot by gunfire one after another and also killed them by spears and long swords.
  13. On January 20, 1726, he was appointed Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade), the Governor of Tango Province.
  14. On January 20, 1811, he was promoted to Jugoi.
  15. On January 20, 1885, the Japanese Army landed at Rongcheng bay.
  16. On January 20, 1935, the film "Hikoza to Kyuma" (Hikoza and Kyuma), directed by Shiroku NAGAO, was released.
  17. On January 20, 1966, the Asada Furen occupied the Bunkakosei-kaikan Hall despite Miki and others' resistance.
  18. On January 20, 1990, he died at the age of 102.
  19. On January 20, 783, at the age of 17, he received the official certification, which validated him as an officially recognized priest.
  20. On January 20, 797, Emperor Kanmu came to visit Imperial Princess Asahara's Palace on his way to visit Kyoto, she gave gifts to people who were more than Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  21. On January 20, 967, he was appointed as Kuranokami (Chief Imperial Accountant).
  22. On January 20, 967, he was promoted to Jusanmi and reassigned as Gon Chunagon.
  23. On January 20, Noriyori attacked Seta with 30,000 samurai head-on and Yoshitsune attacked Uji from the rear with another 25,000.
  24. On January 20, Yoritomo ordered Noriyori and Yoshitsune, whom he had moved to Omi, to track down and kill Yoshinaka.
  25. On January 20, he was additionally appointed Mino no gon no kami (Lord of Mino Province).
  26. On January 20, he was concurrently appointed the captain of the Internal Affairs Secretariat.
  27. On January 20, the seventh day of the first race meeting, 6R and subsequent races were cancelled due to heavy snow.
  28. On January 20th, Noriyori led a large force heading to Seta and Yoshitsune led forces to the back gate and attacked their enemy in Uji.
  29. On January 20th, Yoshinobu ordered the Matsumoto Domain and the Takasaki Domain to guard the checking station for the Usui-toge Pass.
  30. On January 21, 1151, Motozane had a ceremony of attaining manhood and was awarded the rank of Shogoinoge.
  31. On January 21, 1229, he celebrated the Coming of Age ceremony, and was appointed Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and lectured on the colors he was approved to use.
  32. On January 21, 1369, he reached the manhood and took the name of Ujimitsu.
  33. On January 21, 1547, Yoshiharu abdicated his shogunate to Yoshiteru.
  34. On January 21, 1560 he was appointed as Shuri no daibu (Master of the Office of Palace Repairs).
  35. On January 21, 1569 he visited Nobunaga in Gifu to offer him a sword by Kuniyuki FUDO and other specialties.
  36. On January 21, 1621, he assumed the position of obangashira (captains of the great guard).
  37. On January 21, 1659, when at the age of 24, she left the geisha district.
  38. On January 21, 1691, he was assigned as a firefighter of Honjo (proprietor or guarantor of a private estate) when he was in Edo, and he sometimes worked as a firefighter since then.
  39. On January 21, 1741, he stepped down from the post of Oku-koke and joined the Omote-koke (koke families without appointments).
  40. On January 21, 1852, he temporally lived in Kyukyodo.
  41. On January 21, 1853, he was appointed jugoi (Junior Fifth Rank).
  42. On January 21, 1987, she debuted as a singer, releasing her first CD titled "Only Lonely Boy."
  43. On January 21, 2007, in order to undertake the final run of the ad-wrapped wagons known for their illustrations of 'Thomas & Friends,' which had been operated since July 29, 2006, a special limited express train using the Keihan Electric Railway Series 10000 was operated from Uji Station to Tenmabashi Station.
  44. On January 21, 785 or December 2, 784 on the old calendar, Kazuragi was promoted from Shorokuinojo (Senior Sixth Rank, Upper Grade) to Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) as his achievement in establishing and operating Nagaoka palace in the new capital was recognized.
  45. On January 21, 785, he rose to the official rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  46. On January 21, 860, the post of Mutsu-Dewa Azechi (local inspector of Mutsu and Dewa Provinces) was added to his responsibilities.
  47. On January 21, 867, he was transferred to the post of Chunagon, and was promoted to the court rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  48. On January 21, 880, he was transferred into Harima no gon no shosakan (provisional junior inspector of Harima Province).
  49. On January 21, after four people, Yamamoto, Takashina, Irako and 高階経由's son, Tsunenori conducted medical examinations, they came across the possibility that the Emperor might have been infected with smallpox.
  50. On January 21, he gave the instruction for accompanying soldiers.
  51. On January 21: concurrently served as Moku no kami (chief of the Bureau of Carpentry)
  52. On January 21st, Seikanin no miya added Yoshinobu's petition to her own written petition addressed to Saneakira HASHIMOTO and Saneyana HASHIMOTO, father and son.
  53. On January 22, 1181, during the battle between Kofuku-ji Temple and the government solders, the fires set here and there by the solders gradually grew fierce and spread to Todai-ji and Kofuku-ji Temples, where everything was destroyed by fire, as well as the outside of the temples.'
  54. On January 22, 1181, temples in the southern capital, including Kofuku-ji and Todai-ji Temples, were destroyed by fire.
  55. On January 22, 1295, he received the rank of Junior Third Rank.
  56. On January 22, 1301, he succeeded to the throne after Emperor Gofushimi abdicated and passed the throne to him.
  57. On January 22, 1672, Mototsune was ranked Oku-Koke (Koke with a title given by the Tokugawa shogunate), and on February 14, 1673, he got the investiture of Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade), Jiju (a chamberlain) and Ukyo no daibu.
  58. On January 22, 1847, he was invested with a title of Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade), and appointed as Sado no kami (Governor of Sado Province).
  59. On January 22, 938, Yoshikane bought off HASETSUKABE no Koharumaru who was a crier serving Masakado, to get inside information about the camp in Iwai City and made a night attack, but he was anticipated and was counterattacked into a rout.
  60. On January 22, 963, he was assigned additionally to Bicchu no kami (Governor of Bicchu Province) and retired from Iyo no kami.
  61. On January 22, he was appointed as Harima gonno kami (Senior Provincial Governor of Harima) concurrently.
  62. On January 22nd, when the disturbance seemed settled, Goshirakawa suddenly removed Myoun from his post, gojiso (priest who guards the emperor) of Emperor Takakura for 'Not having controlled the daishu, but having backed them up.'
  63. On January 23, 1123, the eldest child, Emperor Sutoku, succeeded to the throne; however, after this the Cloistered Emperor Shirakawa retained control of the government.
  64. On January 23, 1209 he was promoted to the rank of Shoshii (Senior Fourth Rank).
  65. On January 23, 1212, as a response to a request by Genchi, he wrote his will, "Ichimai-kishomon."
  66. On January 23, 1685, he had his first audience with Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA, the shogun at the time.
  67. On January 23, 1691, he was promoted to Jushiinoge.
  68. On January 23, 1841, the content of "Tencho Mukyureki" caught the eye of bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), then he was ordered to go back to Akita, his birthplace, and banned from literary work.
  69. On January 23, 1856, he was appointed to Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade), the Governor of Yamashiro Province.
  70. On January 23, 1867, he was conferred Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) Izumo-no-kami.
  71. On January 23, 1868, he retired from the position of naikoku jimu sosai.
  72. On January 23, 1868, just before the outbreak of the Boshin War, he went out jinsho (camp) of Fushimi Magistrate's office, and smuggled himself into the residence of Satsuma Domain in Fushimi.
  73. On January 23, 1874 he attended at the Imperial Household Ministry.
  74. On January 23, 1880, he was elected as Vice-Chairman at an extraordinary session of Tokyo Prefecture Assembly.
  75. On January 23, 1953, the Mainichi Shinbun newspaper reported that the Shinai sport would be introduced in school beginning with the new semester.
  76. On January 23, 813, Taihan, along with Saicho and others, did receive the succession ritual of the Womb Realm from Kukai at Takaosan-ji Temple (Jingo-ji Temple), and thereafter became a disciple of Kukai.
  77. On January 23, 852, he was added to Sangi (Royal Advisors).
  78. On January 23, 943, he was appointed to jiju (chamberlain).
  79. On January 23, 966, he was appointed to Kageyu no kami (chief investigator of the records of outgoing officials) concurrently.
  80. On January 23, 969, he was appointed as the Imperial Regent.
  81. On January 23, the Empress went to Fujiwara and inspected the site for Fujiwara Palace; she was accompanied by the ministers and public functionaries.
  82. On January 23: Iki no kami (governor of Iki Province)
  83. On January 23rd, the decision was reversed.
  84. On January 24, 1222 he was transferred to Gon Chunagon (provisional vice-councilor of state) and also acted as Ukone no shosho.
  85. On January 24, 1230, he was assigned additional duty of Harima no Gon no kami (Provisional Governor of Harima Province).
  86. On January 24, 1253, Imperial Prince Munetaka visited the Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu Shrine for the first time since he moved to the new Palace.
  87. On January 24, 1257, the Imperial Prince moved to the residence of the shogun in Sagami Province to attend the ritual for the first excursion and Yasutsuna accompanied this as a higher-ranked servant.
  88. On January 24, 1418, Yoshitsugu was killed by Mitsunari TOGASHI under orders from Yoshimochi.
  89. On January 24, 1583, Kazumasu TAKIGAWA of Ise Province raised his army and conquered Mine-jo Castle and Kameyama-jo Castle, clearly demonstrating his support of Katsuie SHIBATA.
  90. On January 24, 1632, he died (Kokyo [death of a man of upper than Third Rank]).
  91. On January 24, 1661, he was promoted to Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade).
  92. On January 24, 1669, he rose to "Junii" (Junior Second Rank).
  93. On January 24, 1691, his post was changed to the Kyoto deputy, ranking as jushiinoge (junior fourth rank, lower grade)
  94. On January 24, 1886, Imperial Prince Takahito fell critically ill.
  95. On January 24, 40 Koreans forced their way into the Shichijo Police Station and confronted the chief of the station.
  96. On January 24, 744, the following year, the capital city was transferred from Naniwa no Miya Palace to Shigaraki no Miya Palace.
  97. On January 24, 804, he was created Jugoinojo and appointed as Higo no kami (governor of Higo Province).
  98. On January 24, 877, he was promoted from Sani (courtier without post) to Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  99. On January 24, 949, he was given additional post of Mino no suke (assistant governor of Mino Province).
  100. On January 24, Tomomasa OYAMA, an older brother of Tomomitsu YUKI, assumed the post of governor of Harima Province in place of Kagetoki, and the post of provincial constable of Mimasaka Province held by Kagetoki was given to Yoshimori WADA.
  101. On January 24, he held the position of Omi no suke (Inspector of Omi Province) concurrently.
  102. On January 24, he was appointed as Chugu Gonnodaibu (Deputy Chief of the Empress Division).
  103. On January 25
  104. On January 25 of that year, Emperor Kokaku sent Karasumaru Dainagon (chief councilor of state) to Shogo-in Temple as an Imperial envoy to bestow the shigo (posthumous title) of Jinben-daibosatsu.
  105. On January 25 of the same year, the Emperor sent an imperial envoy to Shogoin Temple to convey the posthumous name of Jinben dai bosatsu.
  106. On January 25, 1072, Moromichi participated in Genpuku (Coming of Age ceremony) and received the rank of Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  107. On January 25, 1257, the governor of Mutsu Province held a feast to Imperial Prince Munetaka, and Yasutsuna presented a harness.
  108. On January 25, 1461, he became Sangi.
  109. On January 25, 1539, Toshiie MAEDA was born at Arako Village, Kaito County, Owari Province (Nakagawa Ward, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture) as the fourth son of Toshimasa (also called Toshiharu) MAEDA, the head of the Arako-Maeda family, the powerful local clan who had dominated that area.
  110. On January 25, 1745 (on December 23, 1744 in old lunar calendar), he died at the age of 92.
  111. On January 25, 1901, he was stricken with a cerebral hemorrhage again, and on February 3, he died of the last stroke.
  112. On January 25, 1946, following the defeat in World War II, Koken Kokyujo was dissolved under pressure from the General Headquarters, the Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers, and its business and assets were handed over to the school corporation Kokugakuin University and Jinja Honcho (the Association of Shinto Shrines).
  113. On January 25, 1955
  114. On January 25, 835, he reported to the Emperor his wish of holding Shuho (an esoteric ritual) of the Shingon sect (Goshichinichi no mishiho - seven day New Year ritual) in the Imperial Court every new year.
  115. On January 25, 858, he was appointed to Jushiijo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade).
  116. On January 25, 958, he passed away.
  117. On January 25, 961, he was given additional post of Iyo no kami (there was a theory that he became Ki no Gon no kami (Provisional Governor of Kii Province).
  118. On January 25, 970, he was appointed as the Deputy Governor of Sanuki Province.
  119. On January 25, he was concurrently appointed as Kurodo no to (Chief Imperial Secretary).
  120. On January 25th, 1212, Honen died in Kyoto at the age of 80.
  121. On January 25th, Narichika was reappointed to Gon Chunagon.
  122. On January 26, 1083, he was reassigned as Naidaijin.
  123. On January 26, 1158, he was designated as Togufu (educational adviser to imperial prince) of Imperial Prince Morihito (later Emperor Nijo) as well.
  124. On January 26, 1160 (December 9, 1159 in old lunar calendar), his father Yoshitomo succeeded in carrying out a coup d'etat in collaboration with FUJIWARA no Nobuyori, the favorite retainer of the Retired Emperor Goshirakawa, and occupied Kyo (Kyoto) after killing FUJIWARA no Shinzei, who had taken control of the Imperial Court at that time.
  125. On January 26, 1160 in Kyoto, TAIRA no Kiyomori, who had the military power to overwhelm others, was on a pilgrimage to the Shrines of Kumano.
  126. On January 26, 1160, the anti-Shinzei group effected a coup d'etat and attacked Sanjo-dono and got power by killing Shinzei.
  127. On January 26, 1160, the forces of FUJIWARA no Nobuyori and MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo carried out a raid on the Sanjo Palace, an old palace of the Retired Emperor Goshirakawa.
  128. On January 26, 1185, Goshirakawa visited Yorimori's residence in Hachijo-muromachi, and watched the entourage of Motomichi, Sessho, embark on a pilgrimage to Kasuga-jinja Shrine (see the entry for the same day in the "Gyokuyo").
  129. On January 26, 1200, she had Dogen (the founder of Soto sect) as a baby with Michichika in Uji Kohata villa.
  130. On January 26, 1290, she was given the title of imperial princess at age 26 and became Jusango (honorary rank next to the three Empresses: Great Empress Dowager, Empress Dowager, and Empress) and nyoin on January 29, 1290.
  131. On January 26, 1343, he resigned Sakone no daisho.
  132. On January 26, 1663, Emperor Gosai abdicated and passed the position to Imperial Prince Satohito, who had turned ten years old.
  133. On January 26, 1677, upon the death of his grandfather Yoshitaka, Yoshio inherited at the age of nineteen 1,500 koku and the common name Kuranosuke (a position of the Bureau of Palace Storehouses).
  134. On January 26, 1726 (December 24, 1725 in old lunar calendar), he took the tonsure and changed his name to Yorakuin.
  135. On January 26, 1868, Shinsengumi also joined up with Shigekata TAKENAKA and attacked Osaka and made a formation in Fushimi.
  136. On January 26, 1915, passed away.
  137. On January 26, 2006 it was designated as a national historic site.
  138. On January 26, 2006, it was designated as a national historic site.
  139. On January 26, 758, Daijokan (Grand Council of State) specified that HOSHIKAWA no Maro had produced the achievements of Chuko (3rd level of 4 level of inheritance rights of Koden) and his Koden (rice fields given to vassals or their families for their achievements) should be inherited by two generations, to define his Koden 4-cho (39672 square meters).
  140. On January 26, 975, he was additionally appointed Mutsu-Dewa no Azechi (local community inspector for Mutsu and Dewa Provinces).
  141. On January 27 of the next year, 1599 (the New Year's Day of the fourth year of the Keicho era by the old lunar calendar), the territorial lords came to Fushimi, and gave the new year's greetings to their new master Hideyori.
  142. On January 27, 1178, he was awarded Shorokuinojo (Senior Sixth Rank, Upper Grade) and Gon no suke (provisional vice governor) of Buzen Province.
  143. On January 27, 1217, he was promoted to Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) while remaining in the positions of Sangi, Jibukyo, and Iyo no Gon no kami.
  144. On January 27, 1219 (old calendar), he assassinated MINAMOTO no Nakaakira and Sanetomo, who had visited Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu Shrine to celebrate his assumption to udaijin (minister of the right), when they were leaving the shrine; it was snowing and the snow was about 60 centimeters deep.
  145. On January 27, 1392, Yoshimitsu held a war council, and there were discussions of reconciliation among the senior vassals.
  146. On January 27, 1646, Takuan passed away in Edo.
  147. On January 27, 1806, he was raised to Jusanmi (junior third rank).
  148. On January 27, 1813, he was promoted to Shogoi (Senior Fifth Rank) and remained in the position of jiju.
  149. On January 27, 1818, he was transferred to Gon Chunagon (Provisional Middle Counselor), and retained his position as Sakone gon no chujo.
  150. On January 27, 1852, he was promoted to Shoshiinojo (Senior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade), and kept his position of the Chamberlain.
  151. On January 27, 1868 when the shooting by the old shogunate triggered the Boshin War, Yodo gave strict orders to the 100 soliders that he himself had ordered from Tosa Domain to Kyoto, to not join the war.
  152. On January 27, 1902, he was appointed adjutant of the 46th Infantry Regiment and had experience of serving as member of the equestrian committee for the 6th Division (Japanese Army) and member of the equestrian committee for officers in Omura.
  153. On January 27, 1941, it was designated as a national historic site.
  154. On January 27, 956, he also assumed the position of Iyo no Gon no Kami (Provisional Governor of Iyo Province).
  155. On January 27, 956, he was appointed as the Deputy Viceroy of Omi Province and was dismissed from the post of Deputy Viceroy of Kii Province.
  156. On January 27, 970, he was reassigned as Udaijin.
  157. On January 27, he retained his position as Sakone no daisho.
  158. On January 27, he was promoted to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank), and retained his position as Ukonoe no chujo.
  159. On January 27, he was removed as giso.
  160. On January 27, there was an outburst at the Battle of Toba and Fushimi.
  161. On January 27: Harima no kami (governor of Harima Province)
  162. On January 27th, Yoshinobu declared to Mochitsugu TOKUGAWA (the lord of the Kishu Domain) and others that he would report to the Emperor on his retirement, and then he would acknowledge his allegiance to the new government and Imperial Court.
  163. On January 28, 1074, he was promoted to Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade) and retained his position as Ukone no Gon no chujo.
  164. On January 28, 1080, he was promoted to Shonii (Senior Second Rank) and retained his positions as Sakone no daisho and Chugu daibu.
  165. On January 28, 1159, he was promoted to Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  166. On January 28, 1176, he rose to Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) and retained his position as Ukonoe no chujo and Mimasaka gonno kami.
  167. On January 28, 1176, he was transferred to the post of chamberlain (upon the resignation of Toshinari, Ukyo no daibu [mayor of the right capital district]).
  168. On January 28, 1176: ceased being Ukyo no daibu.
  169. On January 28, 1181, promoted to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and retained his position as Sangi, Sakonoe no Gon no chujo, Chugu no Gon no suke and Harima gon no kami (provisional governor of Harima Province).
  170. On January 28, 1202, he entered priesthood.
  171. On January 28, 1211, he was promoted to the rank of Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank), and on February 10, he became a governor of Mimasaka Province too.
  172. On January 28, 1246, Senge (an imperial proclamation) was issued appointing him to the position of Kanpaku, Nairan (document inspector who inspects documents presented to the Emperor in advance), and Fujiwarashi (Toshi) choja.
  173. On January 28, 1254, the governor of Sagami Province held a feast to Imperial Prince Munetaka, and Yasutsuna presented harness.
  174. On January 28, 1574, Hisahide MATSUNAGA in Yamato Province surrendered Tamonyama-jo Castle to Nobunaga.
  175. On January 28, 1857, she moved to Hokyo-ji Temple with the death of her father Sanehisa.
  176. On January 28, 1871, the first daily newspaper in Japanese language in Japan, 'Yokohama-mainichi Shinbun' started to be published.
  177. On January 28, 2008, Ennei passed away at the age of 93.
  178. On January 28, 710, Komaro passed away staying at the rank of Shoshiinoge Shikibukyo Daishogun.
  179. On January 28, 919, he was transferred to the position of Benkan.
  180. On January 28, due to the miscommunication of commands and strong winds, they lost the battle and left for Fushimi Ward while leaving behind the canon, and Shinsengumi experienced casualties of thirty to forty people.
  181. On January 28, he resigned as provisional vice governor of Awa Province.
  182. On January 28, he was allowed to enter the Imperial Palace.
  183. On January 28, he was appointed as the Deputy Governor of Mino Province and was dismissed from the post of Deputy Governor of Sanuki Province.
  184. On January 28, in the group of Captain Kuraishi, Sergeant Major Sato jumped into a river along with a noncommissioned officer and froze to death.
  185. On January 29 Kido and Okubo had a meeting where the former's return to the government was determined.
  186. On January 29 he let his younger brother Suemaru take over the family estate.
  187. On January 29, 1075, he was promoted to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and retained his position as Ukone no Gon no chujo.
  188. On January 29, 1101, he entered the priesthood.
  189. On January 29, 1158, he underwent Genpuku (Coming of Age ceremony).
  190. On January 29, 1167, he was conferred Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) (no remuneration in the first year of the Chokan era by Consort FUJIWARA no Kinshi).
  191. On January 29, 1180, also assumed the position of Chugu Gon no suke (Provisional Assistant Master of the Consort's Household, for TAIRA no Tokuko, who was the Chugu (a second consort of the emperor) for the Emperor Takakura).
  192. On January 29, 1207, Shigetane visited Yoshitoki's house and lamented over his confinement.
  193. On January 29, 1246, he resigned his positions as Kanpaku and Togu no fu; Senge was issued appointing him Sessho.
  194. On January 29, 1337, Takatsune was made Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and appointed Uma no kami (Captain of the Right Division of Bureau of Horses).
  195. On January 29, 1446, Senge was issued to appoint him as Daijo-daijin (Grand Minister of State).
  196. On January 29, 1592, he was transferred to Sadaijin (minister of the left).
  197. On January 29, 1598, allied forces of Ming and Korea consisting of 56,900 soldiers attacked Ulsan Waeseong (Japanese style castle), just before its completion, and began a siege.
  198. On January 29, 1685, he was raised to the peerage of the Governor of the Inaba Province in Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  199. On January 29, 1857, he was transferred to sadaijin (minister of the Left).
  200. On January 29, 1873 the accession of Emperor Jinmu was celebrated across the country by people offering prayers remotely to the Imperial Mausoleum of Emperor Jinmu.
  201. On January 29, 1919, Nishikubo assumed the posts of vice-president of Dai Nippon Butoku Kai and the principal of Bujutsu Senmon Gakko, and insisted on changing the name.
  202. On January 29, 1965, he died at his own residence (currently Happo-en) in Shirokane (Minato Ward, Tokyo).
  203. On January 29, 2001, it was designated as a national historic site.
  204. On January 29, 701, AGATAINUKAI no Sukune Otomo died.
  205. On January 29, 714, he rose to the official rank of Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  206. On January 29, 925, he was given a concurrent appointment as an officer in Bizen Province.
  207. On January 29, 930, he was appointed to Sangi (councilor).
  208. On January 29, 934, he was promoted to Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  209. On January 29, Masamori returned to Kyoto.
  210. On January 29, he assumed the position of Daigaku no Suke (Assistant Director of the Bureau of Education).
  211. On January 29, he left the hospital and was transferred to supplemental battalion of the 2nd Infantry Regiment.
  212. On January 29, he was appointed to Sangi.
  213. On January 29, he was assigned additional position as Harima no suke Harima no suke (assistant governor of Harima Province).
  214. On January 29, he was given a concurrent appointment as an officer in Echizen Province.
  215. On January 29, the Shogunate forces, which were refused entry to the castle of the Yodo domain (see below), set up camp in Yodo-Senryomatsu, but were severely defeated.
  216. On January 29, the bakufu army tried to enter Yodo han (Yodo Domain) but was refused.
  217. On January 29, the body of Captain Kannari was recovered by the rescue team and each sentry station was completed.
  218. On January 29, the government secretly carried the arms and ammunition from the arsenal of the Army Ministry in Kagoshima into the ship Sekiryu-maru to transfer them to Osaka.
  219. On January 29: kebiishi (police and judicial chief)
  220. On January 2nd, promoted to Ju Shii-ge.
  221. On January 3
  222. On January 3 (December 9 in old lunar calender), due to the Decree (of 1868) for the Restoration of Imperial Rule, the Kyoto shugoshoku (Military governor of Kyoto) and Kyoto shoshidai (The Kyoto Deputy) were abolished and both the Aizu han (Aizu Domain) and Kuwana han (Kuwana Domain) left the kinri (the Imperial Palace).
  223. On January 3, 1075, she was designated as Saiin (Imperial Princess appointed to serve the deities of the Kamo-jinja Shrines) by bokujo (decided by fortunetelling), and served as Saiin of Emperor Shirakawa and Emperor Horikawa for sixteen years.
  224. On January 3, 1159, he was promoted to Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade) and retained his position as Sakone gonno chujo.
  225. On January 3, 1400, the shogunal army all simultaneously let out a battle cry and began a general frontal assault.
  226. On January 3, 1574, he was born as the second son of Tsunanori, Noto no kami (the governor of Noto Province), AKIBA in Izushi, Tajima Province.
  227. On January 3, 1650, he had his "kakan-no-gi" (literally, "cap wearing ceremony") coming-of-age ceremony.
  228. On January 3, 1868, after the Court Council ended and the participant court nobles left the room, soldiers of Satsuma and other domains who had been waiting outside, went to stand guard at the nine gates of Kyoto Imperial Palace.
  229. On January 3, 1868, after the Decree (of 1867) for the Restoration of Imperial Rule, Saigo sent Kyunosuke MASUMITSU and Shohei IMUTA to Edo who collected ronin (masterless samurai) at the residence of Satsuma Domain to disturb the peace of streets of Edo.
  230. On January 3, 1868, he issued the Declaration of Restoration of Imperial Rule and also issued an order to Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA to resign his government post, and return his land to the Emperor, marking the first step toward realization of an emperor-ruled country.
  231. On January 3, 1868, he was additionally assigned sanyo in the Meiji government.
  232. On January 3, 1868, the Decree for the Restoration of Imperial Rule ('Osei Fukko no Daigorei' in Japanese) was issued, whereby members of the Kobu Gattai-ha party (supporting the policy of Kobu Gattai, "Unity of Court and Bakufu") including him were banned from the imperial palace.
  233. On January 3, 1868, the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) came to its official end, and a new government (the Meiji government) was established (Osei Fukko).
  234. On January 3, 1868, the Lords of the Choshu clan (father Takachika MORI and son Hiroatsu MORI) and all pro-Choshu court nobles (anti-shogunate nobles) were reinstated at the Kogosho Conference.
  235. On January 3, 1868, the army of the Tokugawa shogunate confronted the army of the Satsuma Domain at Toba ("Rakugai;" on the outskirts of Kyoto in Kyoto City); this incident would lead to a battle (Please refer to The Battle of Toba-Fushimi).
  236. On January 3, 1868, the declaration of the emperor's direct administration over Japan was made under the name of the Emperor Meiji.
  237. On January 3, 1868, with the Decree for the Restoration of Imperial Rule issued in October of the same year, Satsuma and Choshu Domains established dominion over the inside Kyoto City; as a result, Kyoto shugoshoku was abolished six years after its establishment.
  238. On January 3, 1870, a religious service was conducted, and Emperor Meiji sent Sanetomi SANJO to the service.
  239. On January 3, 1871, the conscription regulation was enacted based on Aritomo YAMAGATA's plan, which stipulated to recruit five people for every one million koku in each domain irrespective of shizoku (person with samurai ancestors), low ranking samurai or commoner.
  240. On January 3, 1926, he was born in Takinogawa Ward, Tokyo City.
  241. On January 3, 963, he was permitted to enter the Tenjo no ma room in Seiryo-den.
  242. On January 3, battles started between the bakufu and the Satsuma clan on Toba-kaido Road and Fushimi-kaido Road (The Battle of Toba-Fushimi).
  243. On January 3, the Fukutaba-e Ceremony (Nirvana Ceremony) is held at the temple.
  244. On January 30 of the same year, she was awarded the posthumous title of 'Empress Dowager Eisho.'
  245. On January 30, 1167, he was promoted to Jushiinoge.
  246. On January 30, 1170, he took the post of Kebiishi no betto from TAIRA no Tokitada.
  247. On January 30, 1185 Yorimori resigned as Gon Dainagon, and petitioned the Emperor for the appointment of Mitumori to the post of Konoe no shosho (Minor Captain of the Palace Guards) (see the entry for the same day in the "Gyokuyo").
  248. On January 30, 1198, he was appointed as Awa no kami (governor of Awa Province).
  249. On January 30, 1229, he was appointed as Ukone no shosho (Minor Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  250. On January 30, 1254, the governor of Mutsu Province held a feast to Imperial Prince Munetaka and Yasutsuna presented harness.
  251. On January 30, 1484, he was granted the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  252. On January 30, 1546, he was appointed Sadaijin.
  253. On January 30, 1703, Nagashige attended as the guest of honor the tea party held by the KIRA family on the eve of the raid on KIRA's mansion.
  254. On January 30, 1866, Nobuchika succeeded to the reigns of his family as a Matsugo yoshi (adopted son on one's deathbed) of Nobutami ODA, the lord of Kaibara Domain, Tanba Province.
  255. On January 30, 1870, he was executed with accessory to murder of Masujiro OMURA.
  256. On January 30, 1926, he became the minister of Railway in the first Wakatsuki Cabinet (resigned before the expiration on June 3).
  257. On January 30, 891, he was transferred into Higo no suke (assistant governor of Higo Province).
  258. On January 30, 922, he also assumed the position of Omi no Gon no Shojo (Provisional Junior Secretary of Omi Province).
  259. On January 30, 922, he was given a concurrent appointment as an officer in Sanuki Province.
  260. On January 30, 925, he took an additional post in Iyo Province.
  261. On January 30, 925, he was given a concurrent appointment as Chugushiki Gon no daibu (Provisional Master of Office of the Consort's Household for of FUJIWARA no Onshi, who was a consort of Emperor Daigo, and daughter of the Kanpaku - chief adviser to the Emperor ? FUJIWARA no Mototsune).
  262. On January 30, 951, he also assumed the position of Omi no Kami (Governor of Omi Province).
  263. On January 30, 951, he was given additional post of Kii no Gon no suke (Provisional Assistant Governor of Kii Province) and retired from position of Mino no suke.
  264. On January 30, 958, he resigned from Shikibu Gon no Taifu.
  265. On January 30, 958, he was given additional post of Iyo no Gon no kami (Provisional Governor of Iyo Province).
  266. On January 30, even though the bakufu army retreated to Yawata City, it escaped after the Tsu han (Tsu Domain) changed sides, and Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA secretly escaped to Edo by boarding Kaiyomaru.
  267. On January 30, he was appointed to Jusangu.
  268. On January 30, he was assigned as Sakone no shosho (Minor Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  269. On January 30, he was concurrently appointed Togu no suke (Assistant Master in the Crown Prince's Quarters for Imperial Prince Yasuakira, who was the Prince of Emperor Daigo).
  270. On January 30, he was promoted to Shogoinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) and retained his position as Ukone no Gon no chujo.
  271. On January 30, he was transferred to Shurishiki (Office of Palace Repairs).
  272. On January 30, the bodies of 36 people including Lieutenant Nakano were found at Sai-no-kawara.
  273. On January 30, when Genba found out that the Ako Roshi had set their way to the Kira residence, he also made his way to assist them, since Asano has always been his favorite.
  274. On January 30: Suo no Gon no kami (Provisional Governor of Suo Province)
  275. On January 31, 1019, he suddenly fell ill, and then took the tonsure to become a Buddhist priest before passing away.
  276. On January 31, 1179, admitted to the court of the Crown Prince (Imperial Prince Tokihito, later the Emperor Antoku).
  277. On January 31, 1251, Yoshitoki HOJO gave a feast to Yoritsugu, and Yasutsuna presented harness.
  278. On January 31, 1398, he was awarded the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  279. On January 31, 1452, he was conferred to the Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  280. On January 31, 1543, Odai gave birth to their first son Takechiyo (later Ieyasu TOKUGAWA).
  281. On January 31, 1565, he entered Kyoto.
  282. On January 31, 1863, Takasugi and his comrades attacked and burned the British legation building under construction in Gotenyama, Shinagawa, in order to protest the shogunate's acting against the intentions of the Emperor.
  283. On January 31, 1996, the position of the chief priest became vacant since Narishige, who was the chief priest at that time, along with his father, Chojun OTANI, declared their withdrawal from the religious school.
  284. On January 31, 704, Empress Jito who died in 702 was cremated at Asukaoka and, on February 9 of that year, her remains were buried in Ouchiyama no Misasagi where Emperor Tenmu rested.
  285. On January 31, 866, promoted to Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) and retained his position as Sahyoe no kami.
  286. On January 31, 891, he resigned from the post of Kanpaku.
  287. On January 31, 961, Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade)
  288. On January 31, 985, his master Ryogen entered nirvana.
  289. On January 31, he was promoted to the court rank of Jushiijo, (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade), and retained the positions of Sangi, Sakone no chujo, and Iyo no kami.
  290. On January 31, the younger brother Genzo was making his way to Sengaku-ji Temple along with other Ako Roshi after cutting Kira Kozuke no Suke's head off.
  291. On January 3: Genshisai (shinto festival of origins)
  292. On January 4 every year, 'first kemari for the New Year' is still held in Kamomioya-jinja Shrine.
  293. On January 4, 1150, Emperor Konoe performed the Genpuku Ceremony (Coming-of-age ceremony) at Higashi Sanjo dono (palace), the main palace of the clan (family) eligible for regents; FUJIWARA no Tadamichi played the role of crowning, while Yorinaga played the role of hair cutting.
  294. On January 4, 1200, he was appointed to Director at the Bureau of Palace Upkeep.
  295. On January 4, 1820, he was promoted to Shoshii (Senior Fourth Rank) and remained in the position of jiju.
  296. On January 4, 1843, he was promoted to Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) and remained in the position of Shinseiwain betto Sangi Ukone no gon no chujo (Provisional Middle Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  297. On January 4, 1939, in the year following when its second exhibition was held, Tenrai died suddenly, but the association remained, inheriting his great achievements.
  298. On January 4, 529, a priest called Shinko showed his determination by cutting his arm and sought to study under Daruma.
  299. On January 4, 722, therefore, her body was buried in Narayama no misasagi (mausoleum) without the funeral.
  300. On January 4, 786, he became Chunagon (vice-councilor of state).
  301. On January 4, 806, Otsugu and a coworker of Otsugu's, SUGANO no Mamichi who was also a Sangi were asked for their opinions by the Emperor Kanmu about problems of the politics in those days.
  302. On January 5 in the same year he was granted Emperor's special consideration and was raised to Jusanmi.
  303. On January 5, 1063, he was promoted to Shonii (Senior Second Rank) while still serving as Nai daijin and Sakonoe no taisho.
  304. On January 5, 1073, he was promoted to Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and retained his position as Ukone no Gon no chujo.
  305. On January 5, 1096, he was promoted to the Juichii (Junior First Rank).
  306. On January 5, 1218 he was promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  307. On January 5, 1219 he was promoted Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) and retained his positions as Ukone no shosho and Assistant Governor of Omi Province.
  308. On January 5, 1221 he was promoted to Junii (Junior Second Rank) and retained his position as Ukone no shosho.
  309. On January 5, 1225 he also filled the post of Samaryo gogen (Inspector of the Samaryo, Left Division of Bureau of Horses).
  310. On January 5, 1238, he was promoted to Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade), Ukonoe no chujo.
  311. On January 5, 1300, he was promoted to Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper grade).
  312. On January 5, 1316, he was promoted to Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank).
  313. On January 5, 1413, he was promoted to Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade) and retained his position as Ukone no shosho.
  314. On January 5, 1414, he was promoted to Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) and retained his position as Sakone no chujo.
  315. On January 5, 1425, he was promoted to Juichii (Junior First Rank) and retained his position as Udaijin.
  316. On January 5, 1479, Kiyosu-jo Castle was besieged by Toshihiro who was backed by the Saito family of Mino, and all persons in the castle were ready for dying in battle.
  317. On January 5, 1508, he became a Sangi (councilor).
  318. On January 5, 1514, he was promoted to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) while still serving as Ukone no Gon no chujo.
  319. On January 5, 1522, he was promoted to Junii (Junior Second Rank) while still serving as Gon Dainagon.
  320. On January 5, 1542, he was promoted to Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade) while retaining his position of Sakone no chujo.
  321. On January 5, 1545, he was promoted to Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) while retaining his position of Sakone no chujo and Tanba no suke.
  322. On January 5, 1547, he was promoted to Juichii (Junior First Rank).
  323. On January 5, 1548, he was promoted to Jusanmi.
  324. On January 5, 1574, he was promoted to Shonii while retaining his position of Gon Chunagon.
  325. On January 5, 1576, he was promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade), while retaining Akitajo no suke.
  326. On January 5, 1577, he was promoted to Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade), while retaining Sakone no shosho.
  327. On January 5, 1588, he was promoted to Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and concurrently filled the position of Musashi no kami (Governor of Musashi Province).
  328. On January 5, 1590, he celebrated his coming of age.
  329. On January 5, 1620, Iemitsu was conferred Senior Third Rank.
  330. On January 5, 1688, his adopted father died at the age of forty-five and he inherited the position of the family head.
  331. On January 5, 1849, he was promoted to Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  332. On January 5, 1867, Soseki was born as the fifth son of Kohei Naokatsu NATSUME by his wife Chie in Ushigome Babashitayokocho in Edo (present Kikuicho, Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo.)
  333. On January 5, 1868, when Murata and Kazusuke YAMANODA passed by Nijo-jo Castle, they confronted the member of Shinsengumi (a group who guarded Kyoto during the end of Tokugawa Shogunate); Yamanoda killed one and Murata, who was slightly injured, resisted this.
  334. On January 5, 1939, the cabinet members resigned en masse.
  335. On January 5, 677, Japan sent Goryeo (a government in exile aiming for revival of Goguryeo) envoys whilst Silla sent Yaugusen KOU to Japan.
  336. On January 5, 861, he was promoted to the court rank of Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and retained the positions of Kurodo no to and Sakone no shosho.
  337. On January 5, 873, he was appointed as Sessho (regent).
  338. On January 5, he was promoted to Jushii (Junior Fourth Rank) and remained in the positions of jiju and the provisional vice governor of Awa Province.
  339. On January 5th, 714, INBE no Sukune Kobito was promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  340. On January 5th, 718, INBE no Sukune Kobito was promoted to Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade).
  341. On January 5th, the new government assigned Saneyana HASHIMOTO as the pacification governor-general of the Tokaido Road.
  342. On January 6 in the following year (1108), Masamori's army arrived in Izumo Province.
  343. On January 6, 1031, he was promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) and remained in the position of Kai no kami (the governor of Kai Province).
  344. On January 6, 1294, he was promoted to Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  345. On January 6, 1402, he was promoted to Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  346. On January 6, 1415, he was promoted to Junii (Junior Second Rank) and retained his positions as Gon Chunagon and Sakone no chujo.
  347. On January 6, 1416, he was promoted to Shonii rank (Senior second rank) and retained his positions as Gon Chunagon and Sakone no chujo.
  348. On January 6, 1589, he was appointed Sangi (councilor).
  349. On January 6, 1746, 篠澤佐五右衛門包道, an official liaison (warimoto) of Iwamurata, Saku County, Shinshu, presented koikoku to Toba FUKUSHIMA, a low-ranking Shinto priest of Ise Jingu Shrine.
  350. On January 6, 1810, Takako officially married Ieyoshi.
  351. On January 6, 1872, ENOMOTO was pardoned and discharged from prison, and appointed to a post in the new government out of regard for his ability.
  352. On January 6, 1872, his courtly rank was restored to Ju-shii.
  353. On January 6, 1976 a fire broke out in which nine buildings including the main building and inner sanctuary were lost.
  354. On January 6, 2001, Cabinet Office Establishment Act came into force as part of the reform of central government ministries and agencies and the Imperial Household Agency was incorporated into the Cabinet Office.
  355. On January 6, 859, he was appointed to the post of Harima no suke (assistant governor of Harima Province), held concurrently with his other posts.
  356. On January 6: Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade)
  357. On January 6: Junii (Junior Second Rank)
  358. On January 6: Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) (Building Hasshoro - corridor)
  359. On January 6th 1868, Yoshinobu abandoned his army of the Tokugawa shogunate and escaped from Osaka-jo Castle.
  360. On January 6th, 1184, Yoshinaka had a great deal of fear upon hearing a rumor that the troops of Kamakura crossed Sunomata-cho and entered Mino Province.
  361. On January 7, 1054, he was promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  362. On January 7, 1058, he was promoted to Junii (Junior Second Rank) while still serving as Gon chunagon and Sakonoe no gon chujo.
  363. On January 7, 1174, he was promoted to Juichii and retained his position as Udaijin.
  364. On January 7, 1184, Goshirakawa secured the cooperation of the Enryaku-ji and Onjo-ji Temples, gathering armed monks and stone-throwing rogues, and reinforced Hojuji-dono Palace by guarding it with a moat and fences.
  365. On January 7, 1186, Yoshino Shugyo sent Shizuka to the residence of Tokimasa HOJO in Kyoto.
  366. On January 7, 1242, he became a priest and took the name Enshin.
  367. On January 7, 1294, he became hyojoshu.
  368. On January 7, 1325, he also assumed the position of Naikyobo no Betto.
  369. On January 7, 1727, he was appointed to the Governor of Shimotsuke Province and was conferred to the Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  370. On January 7, 1868, it was abolished along with Kyoto Shoshidai by order of the Meiji Government.
  371. On January 7, 1887, he was appointed as a teacher of gokoshohajime (a ceremony in which a scholar gives lecture to members of the imperial families in the beginning of a new year) at the Imperial Court.
  372. On January 7, 1906 Kinmochi SAIONJI became prime minister, replacing Taro KATSURA, and the first Saionji Cabinet was started.
  373. On January 7, 1981, buses departing from and arriving at Kawahara Housing were transfered to depart from Shin-Tanabe Station according with the completion of a new road near Shin-Tanabe Station, while the section of the route between Shin-Tanabe and the Kawahara Housing was discontinued.
  374. On January 7, 1989, Emperor Akihito inherited the Jingi in the "Inheritance Ceremony of Kenji and others" that was held in the Matsu no Ma (State Room) of the Imperial Palace.
  375. On January 7, 1989, when Akihito succeeded the throne, the ceremony was referred to as 'the ceremony of the Kenji and others' in accordance with the principle of separation of religion and state.
  376. On January 7, 828, he was promoted to Jugoinoge.
  377. On January 7, 835, he was promoted to Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Upper Court Rank), while retaining his position as a Sangi and Sakone gon no chujo.
  378. On January 7, 842, he was promoted to Shosanmi, while retaining his position as Chunagon, Sahyoe no kami and Mutsu Dewa Azechi.
  379. On January 7, 849, he was promoted to Junii (Junior Second Court Rank), while retaining his position as Udaijin and Ukone no daisho.
  380. On January 7, 887, he was awarded Jugoinoge (junior fifth rank, lower grade).
  381. On January 7, 902, he was promoted to Shogoinoge (senior fifth rank, lower grade), while retaining his positions as Daigaku no kami, Monjo hakase and Ise no Gon no suke.
  382. On January 7, 908, he was promoted to Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  383. On January 7, 915, he was promoted to Jushiijo (junior fourth rank, upper grade) while retaining his position as Shikibu no taifu.
  384. On January 7, 917, he was promoted to Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  385. On January 7, 921, he was promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Forth Rank, Lower Grade).
  386. On January 7, 921, his court rank was raised to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  387. On January 7, 928, he was conferred Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  388. On January 7, 928, he was promoted to Jushiijo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade).
  389. On January 7, 928, he was ranked at Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  390. On January 7, 928, his court rank was raised to Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade), and he retained his position as Sangi, Chugu Gon no daibu, and Shikibu gon no taifu.
  391. On January 7, 932, his court rank was raised to Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade), and he retained his position as Sangi, Kotaigogu no daibu (Master of the Empress Dowager's Household), Shikibu no taifu (Senior Assistant Minister of the Ministry of Ceremonial), and Governor of Bizen Province.
  392. On January 7, 934, he was promoted to Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) and he retained his positions as Daigaku no Suke, Monjo Hakase and Kii no Gon no Suke.
  393. On January 7, 934, he was promoted to Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  394. On January 7, 939, he was promoted to Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and he retained his positions as Shikibu Shoyu, Daigaku no Suke, Monjo Hakase and Kii no Gon no Suke.
  395. On January 7, 941, he was promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) and he retained his positions as Shikibu Shoyu, Daigaku no Kami, Monjo Hakase and Kii no Gon no Suke. (an example of holding the post of three offices)
  396. On January 7, 943, Kanemichi was awarded the rank of Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  397. On January 7, 948, he was appointed Jugoinoge.
  398. On January 7, 948, he was promoted to Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  399. On January 7, 950, he was promoted to the rank of Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade), retaining his post as Sahyoe no suke.
  400. On January 7, 952, he was promoted to Shogoinoge and retained his positions as Kurodo and Sakone no shosho.
  401. On January 7, 955, he was promoted to Jushiinoge and retained his position as Sakone no shosho.
  402. On January 7, 960, he was promoted to Jushiinojo and retained his positions as Sakone gonno chujo and Togu gon no suke.
  403. On January 7, 960, he was promoted to Shogoinoge.
  404. On January 7, 960, he was promoted to the rank of Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  405. On January 7, 962, he was promoted to Jushiinoge.
  406. On January 7, 965, he was promoted to Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) and retained his positions of Sangi, Sakone gonno chujo, and Bicchu no kami.
  407. On January 7, 973, he was promoted to the rank of Shosani (Senior Third Rank), retaining his post as Chief Councilor of State and Interior Minister.
  408. On January 7, 974, he was promoted to the rank of Junii (Junior Second Rank), retaining his post as Chief Councilor of State and Interior Minister.
  409. On January 7, 975, Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade)
  410. On January 7, 975, he was promoted to the rank of Juichii (Junior First Rank), retaining his post as Chief Councilor of State and Prime Minister.
  411. On January 7, after 7 herb congee has been eaten or, the after the 15th (the minor/former new year) is when decorations are removed.
  412. On January 7, the third day of first race meeting, 10R to 12R were cancelled due to snow.
  413. On January 7, while Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA retreated to Hirakata City, Shinsengumi went to the Nijo-jo Castle followed by Naoyuki NAGAI, who had the title of wakadoshiyori (junior councilor), but became hostile with Honkokuji gumi (the group of Honkoku-ji Temple) of Mito han (Mito Domain) led by Isshinsai OBA.
  414. On January 7: Rokui no Kurodo (Chamberlain of Sixth Rank)
  415. On January 7th, 1490, he passed away without seeing the completion of Ginkaku.
  416. On January 8, 1011, he took the post of Bizen gon no kami (provisional governor of Bizen Province).
  417. On January 8, 1184, Yoshikiyo fought against the Taira clan's army, consisting of a main force led by TAIRA no Tomomori and TAIRA no Shigehira, and a rearguard troop led by TAIRA no Michimori and TAIRA no Noritsune in the Mizushima region, Bicchu Province (the present Tamashima region, Kurashiki City, Okayama Prefecture).
  418. On January 8, 1336, however, Moromoto's army was obliterated by the enemy including the Kuge clan leading soldiers of Tajima and Tango provinces whereby Mt. Oe was seized.
  419. On January 8, 1376, he was conferred Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade)
  420. On January 8, 1465 (lunar calendar), Enryaku-ji Temple certified that Hongan-ji Temple and Rennyo were the 'enemies of Buddha.'
  421. On January 8, 1538, he was additionally appointed Ukone no daisho (Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  422. On January 8, 1602, he was promoted to Junii (Junior Second Rank).
  423. On January 8, 1632, 'Wakakugeshu hatto' was enacted under the leadership of the then retired Emperor Gomizunoo.
  424. On January 8, 1695 he invited shogunal cabinet ministers and daimyo (territorial lords) to a Noh-dancing performance during which he struck down Mondayu FUJII who was his senior vassal in a private, locked room.
  425. On January 8, 1702, Yoshihisa submitted a request for retirement.
  426. On January 8, 1865, Tenguto arrived at their final place, Shinbo, Echizen Province (Tsuruga City, Fukui Prefecture).
  427. On January 8, 684, ISE no O, HATA no Yakuni, O no Honji, and NAKATOMI no Oshima set off on a journey around the country to set boundaries between provinces accompanied by their subordinates including hangan (Judge Magistrate), rokushi (secretaries keeping records), and kosho (engineers).
  428. On January 8, 986 (November 20, 985 in old lunar calendar), he celebrated his genpuku (coming of age) ceremony at the age of 12, and on the same day, he was bestowed Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  429. On January 8th, 681, INBE no Kobito was conferred the kabane of Muraji.
  430. On January 8th, 681, INBE no Kobito was granted the kabane of Muraji.
  431. On January 9, 1552, he was promoted to Shosanmi while retaining his position of Sangi and Saemon no kami.
  432. On January 9, 1580, 122 court ladies of Ariokajo Castle, which had surrendered, were massacred in Nanamatsu near Amagasaki.
  433. On January 9, 1869, he was assigned to the general of the Aomori army, but Kiyotaka KURODA, a general staff, actually controlled military missions.
  434. On January 9, 1871, he was attacked and assassinated by an assassin (or assassins) in the middle of the night, after having a banquet with visitors at his private residence in Fujimi-cho, Kojimachi, Tokyo Prefecture.
  435. On January 9, 763, in the reign of Emperor Junnin, he commenced to serve as Kura no suke (a position of the Bureau of Palace Storehouses), and on June 4 in the same year, he commenced to serve as Shoyu (Junior Assistant Minister).
  436. On January 9, 842, ranked at Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade)
  437. On January 9, 972, Satchuben (First Assistant Controller of the Left)
  438. On January 9, Nobunaga passed over the head of the Oda family and gave territories like Mino and Owari Provinces to his legitimate son Nobutada, and then retired.
  439. On January 9, he moved from the sanyo to gijo in the government.
  440. On January 9th, 709: Umate was promoted to Jushinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) from Shogoinojo.
  441. On January in 1348, he fought with Masatsura against KO no Moronao at the Battle of Shijonawate, and died in the battle.
  442. On January of 1854, Perry returned to Uraga via Ryukyu.
  443. On January, 13th, 4th year of Keio, Boshin War started with the Battle of Toba Fushimi; in place of Isami KONDO, who was wounded in Sumizome Incident, Toshizo lead Shinsen-gumi and fought as a deputy of commander but was defeated against the army of the new government in gun fighting.
  444. On January, 19, 1911, he was born as the youngest son (fourth son) to the father Minoshichi and mother Taka at the address of 1006, Tatebayashi-cho, Oura County, Gunma Prefecture (present Shiromachi in Tatebayashi City).
  445. On January, 7, the new government issued this statement, "a decree to search and kill Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA."
  446. On January, 779:
  447. On January, 791:
  448. On January, 794:
  449. On January, 9 (lunar calendar), the followers who belonged to the West Tower of Enryaku-ji Temple destroyed Hongan-ji Temple.
  450. On Janurary 24, 1966, the Institute of Buraku Problem filed an application for a provisional disposition order to the Kyoto District Court to stop Asada Furen's occupation, and the Court approved it.
  451. On Jizo Matsuri, people in towns where there are Jizo statues wash them to purify especially on this day, and put new aprons on them, or put makeup on the faces to decorate, and worship by giving some food or gather around the Jizo and put lanterns around them.
  452. On July 1
  453. On July 1 (in old lunar calendar), Fukei's army went to Nara (present Nara City).
  454. On July 1 (in old lunar calendar), the army led by Fukei began to march north to Nara.
  455. On July 1, 1521, he was reappointed to Gon Dainagon (a provisional chief councilor of state).
  456. On July 1, 1582, Nobunaga ODA and Nobutada ODA, Nobunaga's heir and the family head, were killed by Nobunaga's senior vassal Mitsuhide AKECHI at Honno-ji Temple (aka. 'Honnoji Incident' [the Raid on the Honno-ji Temple]).
  457. On July 1, 1582, he did not leave for the attack on the Chugoku region, instead he attacked the army of Nobunaga ODA in Honno-ji Temple, and he drove his lord Nobunaga into the fire.
  458. On July 1, 1705, reappointed as Sobayonin.
  459. On July 1, 2007, the 'Misuzu Shiosai' sightseeing train was put into service (rapid train service is available on Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays).
  460. On July 1, 860, transferred to the position of Takumi no kami (the head of Bureau of Skilled Artisans).
  461. On July 1, CHIN Nakei, or CHIN Wakei, arrived at Kamakura, and said as follows.
  462. On July 1, Nobunaga ODA died due to the betrayal of Mitsuhide AKECHI at Honno-ji Temple of Kyoto (the Honno-ji Incident).
  463. On July 1, at the hour of the hare, he departed Kyoto in order to confront the Kanto side.
  464. On July 1, when Princess Matsu was on a journey to see Nobutada, the Honnoji Incident broke out, and Nobutada attacked Mitsuhide AKECHI at Nijo-gosho Palace and beat the Akechi army three times.
  465. On July 10, 1188, he joined a ceremony of MINAMOTO no Yoriie's first wearing armor.
  466. On July 10, 1653 (or August 12 according to the "Record of Heirs to the Bakufu"), he was transferred to Udaijin (Minister of the Right).
  467. On July 10, 1866 (表記の変更), a destructive uprising began at a posting station, Shinagawa-juku, and from the next day, similar destructions successively occurred in the streets of Edo and Naito Shinjuku as well.
  468. On July 10, a desperate Sutoku entered into Shirakawa dono (the Cloistered Emperor Shirakawa's Palace in Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City) with FUJIWARA no Yorinaga, and gathered samurai like TAIRA no Tadamasa, Taira no Iehiro and MINAMOTO no Tameyoshi to fight against Goshirakawa's force (the Hogen War).
  469. On July 10, the Government army attempted an all-out assault on Kakuto and Iino, then they tried to hold that position but they could not, so they withdrew in the direction of Kogen-roku and Nojiri.
  470. On July 10, the battle went on from six o'clock in the morning till two o'clock in the afternoon.
  471. On July 10, the third brigade advanced to Nagasako from the two areas of Shikine and Shimizu and attacked the 12th company of Kodo-tai, making it retreat to Tooriyama.
  472. On July 10, when the second stand-alone brigade and the second brigade (Shigeomi MIYOSHI) started attacking Kakuto and Iino from multiple sides, his subordinates retreated to Kogen-roku and Nojiri.
  473. On July 10;
  474. On July 11 he was assigned to be Kanpaku as an adopted son of Sakihisa KONOE and given a surname of TOYOTOMI; this is understood as a change of surname from HASHIBA to TOYOTOMI, but HASHIBA was a family name (myoji) and TOYOTOMI was a surname (honsei), so they were different.
  475. On July 11, 1172, his name first appeared as Shonagon ("Gyokuyo" (The Diary of Kanezane KUJO)), date of the assignment was not clear).
  476. On July 11, 1628 Mitsukuni was born as the third son of Yorifusa TOKUGAWA, the lord of the Mito-Tokugawa family in the residence of the latter's retainer Yukitsugu (Jinbe) MIKI in Saku-machi, town of Mito-jo Castle (Miya-machi, Mito City, Ibaraki Prefecture).
  477. On July 11, 1651, he firmly refused to be transferred to Grand Minister.
  478. On July 11, 1867, when the Shinsengumi was employed by the Shogunate, his rank was a rank-and-file soldier.
  479. On July 11, 1953, the Kyudo Federation of Students Association was re-formed.
  480. On July 11, 700, he received order from the Emperor Monmu and selected the Ritsuryo codes with FUJIWARA no Fuhito, AWATA no Mahito and others.
  481. On July 11, 700, he was granted roku due to the achievement in selecting Taiho Ritsuryo (Taiho Code).
  482. On July 11, 709, during the reign of the Empress Genmei, the Princess Aga died at Sugisaka Station.'
  483. On July 11, Kobayashi fell.
  484. On July 11, he also served as Ukone no daisho and left the office of Sahyoe no kami.
  485. On July 11, he was nominated as Juichii (Junior First Rank), and retained his position as Naidaijin, Sakone no daisho, and Samaryo gogen.
  486. On July 11, the deployment of three divisions of troops from Japan was announced in the 'proclamation of troop dispatch to China,' even though there was an armistice being concluded between Colonel Kyutaro MATSUI, head of the secret service in Peiping (Beijing), and Qin Dechun, Deputy Commander of the 29th Army.
  487. On July 1187, he became the Suke (assistant director) of Zokofuku-ji Temple.
  488. On July 12 he left Beijing for Neiha and came back to Japan on July 29, 1541 after waiting for a good wind to sail.
  489. On July 12, 1017, he entered nirvana at the age of seventy-six.
  490. On July 12, 1224, Yasutoki resigned from his position in the Rokuhara-tandai.
  491. On July 12, 1333, he died after charging into the army of Nitta.
  492. On July 12, 1441, he resigned from the position of Samurai-dokoro Shoshi.
  493. On July 12, 1502, his court rank advanced to Jyu Shii-ge, and he was appointed to the post of Sangi.
  494. On July 12, 1799, it was played for the first time at Osaka Toyochiku-za Theater.
  495. On July 12, 1848, he was appointed Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  496. On July 12, 2 months after this, when the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) ruined, 3 days after that, the samurais in Kyusyu, including Sadatsune SHONI, Sadamune OTOMO, etc. turned to the forces of overthrowing the Shogunate, which led to the fall of the Chinzei tandai.
  497. On July 12, Kihei-tai in Futsuhara and Imata Village advanced to Osaki, but the government army detected the movement and violently fought with Kihei-tai in Osaki.
  498. On July 12, he went up to Kyoto and commenced political maneuvering toward the Imperial Court, but having received a report on Hideyoshi's ogaeshi (long distance return in short time) took the field to Yamazaki.
  499. On July 12, the troops of the Mori clan, which had taken their stand at a strategically critical point, started the attack, and the soldiers in the castle resisted with great bravery.
  500. On July 12, to attack the stronghold of the government army in Akasaka, HENMI led Raigei-tai and advanced to Ogochi in Takarabe.
  501. On July 12: Resigned from Gon Dainagon
  502. On July 13, 1212, there was a sword fight in the building of Samurai-dokoro (the Board of Retainers), triggered by a quarrel among gokenin who were on tonoi (guard), and some were killed.
  503. On July 13, 1662, he took part in Sanjusangen-do Temple's archery contest in Kyoto and recorded 6,666 hits out of a total of 10,025 arrows, breaking the record of Daiemon YOSHIMI of Kishu clan and making him the best archer in the country.
  504. On July 13, 1968, the new government reduced the sentence of Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA by one level from the death penalty, allowed Iesato TOKUGAWA to inherit the Tokugawa Shogunate family, and granted Sumpu with seventy million goku.
  505. On July 13, 1996, Higashi-Maizuru stationwas constructed on a bridge across the line.
  506. On July 13, 791, OTOMO no Otomaro was appointed Seito Taishi.
  507. On July 13, 897, he was appointed to Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  508. On July 13, Mitsunari sent the army to take the feudal lords' families as hostages and keep them in Osaka Castle.
  509. On July 13, Morotaka, who has been exiled to Owari, was attacked by followers of Kiyomori and brutally killed, and although Narichika was saved and exiled to Bizen Province, he was starved to death.
  510. On July 13, after Hitoyoshi was seized, Sogoro ATA, Commander of the Kanjo-tai troop, was ordered to take command of Meraguchi, and reinforced defense in the Mera area by organizing the troops.
  511. On July 13, he took the additional post of Hyobukyo (Minister of Military Affairs).
  512. On July 13, he was promoted to Junii (Junior Second Rank) and retained his positions as Sessho, Udaijin, and Sakone no daisho.
  513. On July 13, they captured KOSOHE no Okuchi and HAJI no Chishima and won a great victory in Yasukawa.
  514. On July 14, 1205, Shigetada heard about an uprising in Kamakura and left Sugaya-yakata castle for Kamakura; on July 17, he encountered enemy forces at Futamata-gawa river.
  515. On July 14, 1221, Yasutoki was appointed as the manager of the northern branch of the Rokuhara-tandai troops of the bakufu.
  516. On July 14, 1267, he died.
  517. On July 14, 1871, he quit the position of the chief councilor of state, and became Jako no ma shiko (emperor's personal attendant in Jako room).
  518. On July 14, 1895, the Sotoku-fu appointed Shuji IZAWA as the first chief of Education Bureau responsible for the educational policy in Taiwan.
  519. On July 14, 2005, it was designated as a national site of scenic beauty.
  520. On July 14, Araki visited the residence of hatamoto Nagatsune ASANO who was from a branch family of the Asano in Ako and asked them to tell Kuranosuke that 'there are possibilities for the restoration of the Asano clan.'
  521. On July 15 every year, for the anniversary of Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI's death, his kuyo is carried out by chief priest of Zuiryu-ji Temple at Hachiman-yama Mountain.
  522. On July 15 of the same year (1987), torrential rains that washed out the provisional bank of the Shira-kawa River poured into the Kamo-gawa River, which flows along the north side of Shijo Station, and the water flooded into the underground section, inundating Gojo Station.
  523. On July 15, 1233, he demised at the age of 74.
  524. On July 15, 1233, he died at the age of 74.
  525. On July 15, 1508, the former shogun Yoshitada (Yoshitane) entered Kyoto, when Yoshinobu provided Yoshitada with his own residence in Ichijo Muromachi as the temporary shogun's palace, and Yoshitada held Inuoumono (a dog-hunting event) and Noh (a Japanese musical dance drama) there.
  526. On July 15, 1881, he was awarded Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun.
  527. On July 15, 1945, it was dismissed.
  528. On July 15, 1961
  529. On July 15, 701, INBE no Sukune Shikobuchi died.
  530. On July 15, Empress Genmei separated councilors and the rest of the government officials of high ranks and gave each different instructions.
  531. On July 15, he passed away.
  532. On July 15, taking the form of request from Yoshimoto, Mototsugu was freed from the taken-care-of state, resigned from the lord post, as Yoshimoto requested in the previous year, and it was permitted for Momojiro to inherit the family head position.
  533. On July 1579, he died.
  534. On July 15th, 719, Sani Jushinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade, courtier without post) INBE no Sukune Kobito died.
  535. On July 15th, Noriie TOGASHI ran away after being under pressure of intervention of family succession from Yoshinori.
  536. On July 16, 1094, he was blamed for having private trade with Liao and was suspended from office, dropping to the rank of Junii (Junior Second Rank).
  537. On July 16, 1395, he became a priest.
  538. On July 16, 1419, he became a priest.
  539. On July 16, 1691, he died at the age of 69.
  540. On July 16, 1910, he died at the age of 66.
  541. On July 16, 764, he died.
  542. On July 16, Tomomasa made a false charge against Shigetada to Maki no kata claiming that Shigetada had slandered Tomomasa; she claimed to Tokimasa that it was a sign of rebellion by Shigetada and his son Shigeyasu.
  543. On July 16, a messenger was sent from Mitsunari ISHIDA to prompt them to have a wife of Tadaoki, Hosokawa Garasha, come to Osaka-jo Castle, but Hidekiyo rejected that.
  544. On July 16, they determined Shimo-Obihiro Village (present-day Obihiro City), Kasai-gun County, Tokachi-no-kuni Province as a candidate site for cultivation, then Benzo went back to his hometown, leaving Suzuki behind in Obihiro.
  545. On July 16, when CHIN Nakei met Sanetomo at the shogunate residence, he bowed to Sanetomo three times and cried.
  546. On July 17 and 21, Hachiro HORIYO led Satsu-gun (approximately 1,000 soldiers) from Miyakonojo, Takajo, and Shonai, and fought desperately with the Government army to recapture Kogen-roku, but they couldn't win and retreated to Shonai and Tanigashira.
  547. On July 17, 1060, he was assigned to Nai daijin (Minister of the Interior).
  548. On July 17, 1170, he was appointed Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) Chinju-fu shogun (Commander-in-Chief of the Defense of the North).
  549. On July 17, 1532, the battle situation drastically changed by the participation of 100,000 (200,000 in a theory) Hongan-ji Temple followers.
  550. On July 17, 1552, he was awarded the character '義' by Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA, the 13th shogun of Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), and was renamed Yoshikage using this character.
  551. On July 17, 1580, Hideyoshi pretended to attack Tottori-jo Castle and actually attacked Shikano-jo Castle, which its defense was weak.
  552. On July 17, 1772 he received the title of Nihon (the second court rank for Imperial Princes); however, he passed away on 20 of the same month.
  553. On July 17, 771 in the following year, he was assigned to Dazai no shoni, and on October 20, 772, he was assigned to daibu (master) of Settsu Province.
  554. On July 17, 816, Fumitugu was awarded Jugoinoge based on his achievement of giving a lecture to Emperor Saga about "Shiki" (Chinese historical records).
  555. On July 17, Henmi joined Kuro BEPPU, who came leading Kiheitai, and Shuichiro KONO, who came from the headquarters as a messenger.
  556. On July 17, Kuranosuke left his hometown Ako after the swelling was treated.
  557. On July 17, Motoie KANEKO, who was prepared for his death, set fire to his castle and set out toward Nonoichihara for his counter-attack.
  558. On July 17, Yoritomo held a grand farewell party for Yorimori.
  559. On July 17, at Hakodate, Shimeta boarded the Berlin, an American ship, and left Japan.
  560. On July 17, he also assumed the position of Sakyo Gon no Daibu (Provisional Master of the Eastern Capital Offices).
  561. On July 17, he was conferred Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade), and retained his position as Ukone no shosho.
  562. On July 17, the next day, when the army of Ishida enveloped the Osaka residence, Hidekiyo took a long sword and stabbed Garasha in the chest to death.
  563. On July 17, the use of over 10 million yen from a reserve fund was approved in the cabinet meeting.
  564. On July 17, they defeated the army in Kurita District, where the provincial office exists.
  565. On July 18 in the same year Taneki was released from the punishment to recover his territory, and on July 31 in the following year he assumed office as governor of the Mikami Domain.
  566. On July 18, 1205 (the old calendar), he was blamed for assisting the premeditated murder of his male cousin,Shigetada; and together with his sons, Shigeki Hangaya and Hideshige HANGAYA, he was attacked and killed by Yoshimura MIURA at Kamakura Kyoji-tani, which ended the HANGAYA clan.
  567. On July 18, 1284 (August 30, 1284 in the modern calendar), he passed away.
  568. On July 18, 1604, he was appointed Jugoinoge Sakyo no suke.
  569. On July 18, 1678, he died at the age of 71.
  570. On July 18, 1781, he succeeded to the position of family head at the time of his father's retirement, and became the third lord of the domain.
  571. On July 18, 1781, he transferred the head of the family to his first son Nobumichi to retire, and was appointed Kazue no kami (the head of budget bureau).
  572. On July 18, 1866 (表記の変更), the fleet of the bakufu opened fire on Suo-oshima Island, and fights started successively in Geishu-guchi on July 24 (表記の変更), Sekishu-guchi on July 27 (表記の変更), and Kokura-guchi on July 28 (表記の変更).
  573. On July 18, 1873, cremation was prohibited on the grounds that it was a Buddhist practice (cremation was allowed again on May 23, 1875).
  574. On July 18, 1885, the acting deputy chief at the Embassy TAKAHIRA confirmed the further effectivity of this treaty with official documents.
  575. On July 18, 1941, the third Konoe cabinet was formed.
  576. On July 18, 888, he resigned as Ako, and returned to the position of Kanpaku.
  577. On July 18, in the battle at Qiaotou near to Xichuan, he served as orderly, and during the battle he was injured in buttocks and legs by shrapnel, and sent back to Japan.
  578. On July 18, people in various districts were grieving over a drought, so Sanetomo skip-read Hokke-kyo Sutra to pray for rain.
  579. On July 18, the western army attacked Fushimi Castle, which was protected by Ieyasu's main retainer Mototada TORII.
  580. On July 18: Resigned from Harima no kami
  581. On July 19, 1470, he retired from Kanpaku and Nairan.
  582. On July 19, 1619, he became the lord of Ki Province with approximately 550 thousand koku.
  583. On July 19, 1989, he died (at 0:23).
  584. On July 19, 587, SOGA no Umako decided to follow Kashiyaki-hime and ordered SAEKI no Muraji Nifute, HAJI no Muraji Iwamura, and IKUHA no Omi Makuhi to kill Prince Anahobe and Prince Yakabe as soon as possible.
  585. On July 19, after the Kiyosu meeting, Motoaki TAKEDA, the last surviving military leader on Mitsuhide's side, was attacked by Nagahide committed jijin, and Takatsugu KYOGOKU surrendered, presenting his younger (elder according to some historians) sister Tatsuko KYOGOKU to Hideyoshi.
  586. On July 19, during this stay, Soseki received a letter from Shiki in Matsuyama saying that he would leave the school because he had failed the annual examinations.
  587. On July 19, having got the report that Miyakonojo was in a crisis, Raigeki-tai in Takano moved to Shonai to reinforce the defensive power.
  588. On July 19, he was appointed to kanpaku, nairan, Toshi choja (head of the Fujiwara clan), the top rank.
  589. On July 19, he was transferred to the position of Gon-Chunagon (supernumerary vice-councilor of state)
  590. On July 19, the brother of Saiakira, and child of Hisamitu SIMAZU succeeded to a family, and Hisamitu became his guardian, but Noriaki, who was the father of Saiakira, held the real power in the domain.
  591. On July 1912, Emperor Meiji died of diabetes mellitus.
  592. On July 2, 1037 the Emperor had a coming-of-age ceremony and was given the title of Sanbon, the third rank of prince.
  593. On July 2, 1871 (12 days before the abolition of feudal domains and establishment of prefectures), the Chikuzen Domain, which was discovered, had to forfeit their Fukuoka-jo Castle 47 thousand koku since Yoshitaka KURODA, and was virtually changed its rank.
  594. On July 2, 1953, he stopped filming of the movie "Abare Jishi" (A Wild Lion) due to poor health from chronic hypertension and on July 7 of the same year, he passed away due to a cerebral hemorrhage.
  595. On July 2, an army of ten thousands soldiers departed from Mino Province as the reinforcements for OTOMO no Fukei who had been putting up bad fights in Yamato (later changed to Yamato Province).
  596. On July 2, he died.
  597. On July 2, he gave a territory in Bicchu Province to KI no Yasutsuna, who grieved over few reward grants by composing a waka.
  598. On July 2, he was reappointed to Gon Chunagon.
  599. On July 20 of the same year, he dedicated Raiun makie kodo (a kind of percussion instrument having Japanese lacquer sprinkled with gold or silver powder) to Hogon-ji Temple in Chikubushima Island, Omi Province.
  600. On July 20 of the same year, there occurred an incident that Nobuzane KAJI, 15-year-old son of Moritsuna, hit Suketsune KUDO on the forehead with a stone while they were palying a game of Sugoroku at Yoritomo's residence, and Suketsune got bleeding.
  601. On July 20, 1285, he died at Mt. Koya-san.
  602. On July 20, 1333, he was punished by decapitation.
  603. On July 20, 1554, Nobunaga ODA donated a picture of SUGAWARA no Michizane to Atsuta-jingu Shrine (owned by Atsuta-jingu Shrine).
  604. On July 20, 1869, he took office as Governor of Kaibara Domain.
  605. On July 20, Emperor Kotoku and Naka no Oe no Oji gathered their retainers under a big zelkova tree and swore to gods, 'the way the policy is carried out by Emperor is only one' and 'we slew the tyrant (Soga clan) and from now on, there will be only one policy for Emperor and only one Court for retainers."
  606. On July 20, he also assumed the rank of Sahyoe-no-kami (head of Sahyoefu) and was assigned to the post of Kebiishi no Betto.
  607. On July 20, he resigned as U-daijin.
  608. On July 20, it rained.
  609. On July 2006, Motaya's car collided with a bike that was running behind it when Motoya turned left in order to park at a family restaurant.
  610. On July 21 in the following year of 1889, the business started as the forth electric power company in Japan, and the company headquarters were built on the west bank of Takase-gawa River (Kyoto Prefecture).
  611. On July 21, 1441, they invited Yoshinori to their house on the pretext of celebrating victory of the Yuki War.
  612. On July 21, 1680, Tadakatsu NAITO, who was a maternal uncle of Naganori, attacked Naonaga NAGAI during the funeral of the 4th Shogun Ietsuna TOKUGAWA at Zojo-ji Temple.
  613. On July 21, 1852, his father retired due to illness, so he took over as head of the family and became the ninth lord of domain.
  614. On July 21, 1885, he was assigned to Kinban (a sentry) of Kashiko Dokoro (Palace Sanctuary) in the Imperial Palace.
  615. On July 21, 701, it was decided to pass on one forth of Jukifu (a vassal household allotted to courtier, shrines and temples) to his children.
  616. On July 21, 816, he requested Mt. Koya to be granted as a place for Zen training, and on August 8, he gained the imperial sanction that the mountain should be granted to him.
  617. On July 21, Kiyomori went to Gion-sha shrine, and there, his vassal and a lower-ranked Shinto priest who disapproved of the vassal's weapon had a fight, and an arrow shot by the vassal accidentally hit the holy shrine (Gion-toran-jiken (the Gion Brawling Incident)).
  618. On July 21, Yasutoki died.
  619. On July 21, Yorimori arrived back in Kyoto, and was reappointed to the post of Gon Dainagon.
  620. On July 21, aiming at attacking Takahara again, the Satsuma army attacked the government army but was unable to recapture Takahara and retreated to Shonai because the defense of the government army was strong and it was further reinforced.
  621. On July 21, he changed his name to Yoshizumi.
  622. On July 21, he died.
  623. On July 21, he resigned from the position of Gon-Chunagon.
  624. On July 21, he was appointed to the position of Chunagon (Middle Counselor) and on September 11 he also took charge of Konoefu.
  625. On July 21, he was promoted to Juichii while still serving as Sessho and the head of the Fujiwara clan.
  626. On July 21, which was before the government army started attacking Miyakonojo en masse, Sangun YAMAGATA, Sangun KAWAMURA, Major General OYAMA, and Major General MIURA held a military meeting and decided on the formation of the advancing troops as follows:
  627. On July 21st, Mitsusuke invited Yoshinori to his residence in Nishinotoin to show wild ducks in his residence' pond and Matsuhayashi (Akamatsu-hayashi: traditional Akamatsu clan's Noh performance) as a celebration of the triumph of the Yuki War.
  628. On July 22 (in old lunar calendar), Fukei went to Naniwa while sending other generals to the north.
  629. On July 22, 1297, he got the investiture of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  630. On July 22, 1425 (July 21, according to Sonpibunmyaku (a text compiled in the fourteenth century that records the lineages of the aristocracy)), he entered into the priesthood.
  631. On July 22, 1690, Nagashige succeeded the territory of the late elder brother, Nagasuke and, on November 10th, was appointed as the fourth lord of the Yoshida Domain, which annually produced 45,000 koku (a unit of amount of rice: one koku of rice could feed one person for one year) in the Mikawa Province.
  632. On July 22, 1890, he assumed Shuryokan (Imperial Hunting administration officer).
  633. On July 22, 1895, he was ordained as a priest.
  634. On July 22, 1940, the second Konoe cabinet was formed.
  635. On July 22, 757, Yamashiro-O (Prince Yamashiro) informed Empress Koken of the scheme that Naramaro was planning to surround Nakamaro's residence with soldiers.
  636. On July 22, Tokiyuki NAGOE killed himself, and on July 27, Yasumura's younger brother, Iemura MIURA visited Tokiyori's residence, and showed the will of deference.
  637. On July 22, the edict of Daijokan was put out, which ordered citizens to submit counterfeit money to officials by the end of October.
  638. On July 23 and 24, a great Buddhist memorial service "Jizo-e shiki Daihoe" (Jizo Festival) is held to worship Jizo Bosatsu (the guardian deity for children), and the temple comes alive with many stalls set up in front of the gate.
  639. On July 23 of the same year, his attendant obtained the baby bird of a white sparrow.
  640. On July 23, 1225, he died.
  641. On July 23, 1237, Yoritsune had built a new monastery within the Daiji-ji Temple, and Yasutsuna, as a higher-ranked servant, accompanied the Yoritsune's procession to visit the monastery to hold a memorial serivce.
  642. On July 23, 1362, he served as a steward (Kanrei) of the bakufu.
  643. On July 23, 1592, he seized the Sashiki-jo Castle while the castellan of the Higo-Kumamoto area, Kiyomasa KATO, who controlled Ashikita, was away fighting in Korea.
  644. On July 23, 1617, he was promoted to the Junior Third Rank and reassigned as sangi (councilor) under the name of Masanori TOYOTOMI.
  645. On July 23, 1685, assumed the position of Wakadoshiyori (junior councilors).
  646. On July 23, 1864, the order of the Imperial Court (First conquest of Choshu) to attack Choshu was issued, and on 24th, Yoshinobu TOKUNAGA commanded twenty-one domains of Saikoku to send troops, and Satsuma planned to respond to this order and extend its power.
  647. On July 23, 1870, the young Meiji government gave posthumous titles of Emperor Kobun, Emperor Junnin, and Emperor Chukyo to Otomo Tei, Dethroned Emperor (Awaji) and Dethroned Emperor Kujo, respectively.
  648. On July 23, Yasutoki became the regent.
  649. On July 23, the retreated troops merged with the 7th and 8th companies of Raigeki-tai and the 7th company of Kanjotai, both led from Takano by HENMI who received the report that the government army had advanced to Iwakawa, and advanced to Iwakawa with HENMI and SAGARA as Commanders and fought with the government army.
  650. On July 23, transferred to the position of Naidaijin.
  651. On July 23rd, 680, Shokinge (the 12th rank out of the 26 hierarchical ranking system) MIYAKE no Muraji Iwatoko passed away.
  652. On July 24 of the same year, however, at the request of the retired Emperor Gouda, Uchitsune ICHIJO was suddenly dismissed from the post of Naidaijin (Minister of the Interior) and Arifusa, who had fallen into critical condition, was named as the successor.
  653. On July 24, 1238, he accompanied Yoritsune's procession to Kasugataisha Shrine as No. 2 servant.
  654. On July 24, 1866 (表記の変更), a large-scale uprising called Bushu Yonaoshi Ikki broke out in 15 counties of Musashi Province including Chubu Country and in two counties of Kozuke Province, and the total number of the participants is said to have reached up to 100-odd thousands.
  655. On July 24, change of his real name into OE was approved by the Imperial Court.
  656. On July 24, he passed away.
  657. On July 24, he was allowed to attend official meetings held in the inner palace.
  658. On July 24, he was reassigned as Ukone no Gon no chujo (Provisional Middle Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  659. On July 24, he was transferred to Naidaijin (the minister of the center), and retained his position as Sakone no daisho, and Samaryo gogen.
  660. On July 24, retained his position as Ukone no daisho.
  661. On July 24, the 3rd brigade attacked Hachiku-tai led by Shuichiro KONO and others, and conquered Shonai.
  662. On July 24, the detached 3rd brigade advanced from Awaya to Takarabe and seized there by attacking the Satsuma army the commander of which was absent.
  663. On July 24, the government army seized the Shonai and Takarabe areas, which had been strategically important places for the Satsuma army.
  664. On July 24, the troops in the direction of Miyakonojo directed by Murata fought with Rokka-ryodan brigade of Government army and suffered a major defeat; Murata retreated to Miyazaki because Miyakonojo fell.
  665. On July 24, troops commanded by Murata was bitterly defeated in Miyakonojo and after the battle of Miyazaki which began on July 25 ended on 31 in their defeat, Kirino moved to Takanabe following Saigo.
  666. On July 24th, 1700, the trade of live fish was prohibited.
  667. On July 24th, they concluded the third Japan-Korea Treaty to grasp domestic administration authority, and disbanded the army of the Korean Empire on August 1st immediately after that.
  668. On July 25 of the same year, Enku fell sick and realized he was going to die, and he began sutra chanting and balneum bath on August 1.
  669. On July 25 of the same year, he was appointed deputy adjutant of battalion, and from August 27 onward, worked for the defense of Hualian-gang Port.
  670. On July 25 of the same year, only two weeks after the release, Shozo MAKINO died at the age of 50, and a big company-sponsored funeral was held at 'Omuro Studio.'
  671. On July 25, 1183, the Taira clan fled from Kyoto.
  672. On July 25, 1588, he was granted the rank of Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  673. On July 25, 1593, he joined the Society of Jesus with the other three members of the envoy.
  674. On July 25, 1869, 274 former feudal domain lords, who returned their territories and people to the Chotei (Imperial Court), were appointed to the position of Chihanji.
  675. On July 25, 1869, lands and people were returned to Emperor ("hanseki hokan").
  676. On July 25, 1869, lords of domains returned their right to rule the land and people to the emperor (Hanseki-hokan).
  677. On July 25, 1894, the first commando unit of the Imperial Japanese Navy (commander Kozo TSUBOI 'Yoshino (defense cruiser),' 'Naniwa (defense cruiser),' and 'Akitsushima (defense cruiser') encountered Qing warships 'Tsi yuen' and 'Guangyi' and started the war.
  678. On July 25, 1929, he died of heart failure.
  679. On July 25, 1941
  680. On July 25, 721, he rose to the official rank of Dazai no daini (Senior Assistant Governor General of the Dazai-fu).
  681. On July 25, Prince Oama decided to raise a rebellion, and moved to Fuwa County, Mino Province, where he had gathered troops.
  682. On July 25, Shinbu-tai, Koshin-tai, and Kumamoto-tai of the Satsuma army led by NAKAJIMA, KIJIMA, and others fought in defense of Yamanoguchi, but were defeated by the 3rd brigade.
  683. On July 25, he changed role to Sadaijin and retained his position as Kanpaku.
  684. On July 25, he was promoted to Dainagon and appointed Sakone no daisho.
  685. On July 25, the Korean government requested Minister Keisuke OTORI to expel the Qing troops in Asan by force
  686. On July 25: Kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain)
  687. On July 26 along the way to return to Kyoto because of not being permitted to enter Kamakura by Yoritomo, Kagemitsu killed TAIRA no Kiyomune on a sword at an inn of Shinohara in the Omi Province by order of Yoshitsune.
  688. On July 26, 1192, Yoritomo, who had assumed the position of 'Seii taishogun' (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians"), established the Kamakura Bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) and Tsunetaka assumed the position of Nakatsukasanojo (Secretary of Ministry of Central Affairs) some time before September 17, 1192.
  689. On July 26, 1245, Tsunetoki made his sixteen-year-old sister Hiwadahime marry the new shogun Yoritsugu as his legal wife when he was seven years old.
  690. On July 26, 1513, he was promoted to Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) while still serving as Sakone gon no chujo.
  691. On July 26, 1847, he was transferred to udaijin (minister of the right).
  692. On July 26, 1862, he was dismissed Osaka jodai and was appointed as Kyoto Shoshidai, but, on September 17, he was dismissed Kyoto Shoshidai and conferred Tamarizume kaku.
  693. On July 26, Kamitsumichi no Hitatsu informed that he was asked to join the betrayal of Naramaro by Ono no Azumahito.
  694. On July 26, a conference was held in Kiyosu-jo Castle to determine the successor of the Oda clan, which had lost its leader (the Kiyosu conference).
  695. On July 26, both Empress Koken and Empress Dowager Komyo informed their retainers that they should not act with treachery and obey the Imperial Court regardless of any rumors of the conspiracy.
  696. On July 26, even though the Army did not request it, the first budget for the Sino-Japanese War of over 97 million yen was approved in the cabinet meeting, and on July 31, the second budget for the Sino-Japanese War of 400 million yen was added.
  697. On July 26, the 'basic outline of national policy' was approved by the cabinet, and the 'plan to establish, based on the spirit of the Imperial Way, the Greater East Asia Co-prosperity Sphere, of which Japan, Manchuria and China form one part' (from a discourse by Matsuoka Foreign Minister) was announced.
  698. On July 26, the Prince found out that O no Honji and other followers had blocked the Fuwano-michi road in Mino Province when the Prince was on his way to Ise Province.
  699. On July 26, the ninth infantry Brigade (headed by major general Yoshimasa OSHIMA) was informed of the request.
  700. On July 27 672, Prince Oama departed Yoshino and escaped to Mino via Iga Province and Ise Province.
  701. On July 27 he was promoted to Senior Second Rank and transferred to Inner Minister.
  702. On July 27 of that same year, the feudal retainer of Kagoshima and member of the Shugi-in, Yasutake YOKOYAMA, (the truel older brother of Arinori MORI) threw the Kangensho (a document containing advice to the highly ranked people) that criticized the times to the gate of the Dajokan-Seiin (chief of Grand Council of state) and committed suicide with his sword.
  703. On July 27 of the same year, he constructed Yoshizaki-gobo Temple.
  704. On July 27 of the same year, the pact between Satsuma and Tosa was expanded to include Aki, which was a neighboring domain of Choshu, further strengthening ties among major clans.
  705. On July 27 the Imperial General Headquarters-Government Liaison Conference decided that Japan was to advance towards Southeast Asia, if necessary, with military force.
  706. On July 27, 1243, he was elevated to Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and transferred to the post of Sakoen no shogen (Lieutenant of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  707. On July 27, 1532, he besieged the Imoriyama-jo Castle, the residence of Nagamasa KIZAWA, together with Motonaga MIYOSHI and while predominantly carrying forward the state of the war, he was defeated by Ikko Ikki (an uprising of Ikko sect followers) which appeared to support Kizawa and committed suicide by the sword (Battle of Imori-jo Castle).
  708. On July 27, 1585, Kanesada died at the age of forty three.
  709. On July 27, 1623, he resigned the position of Udaijin.
  710. On July 27, 1858, he heard about Saiakira's death, and tried to follow Saiakira to the grave, but Gessho persuaded him against it, and he decided to follow Saiakira's advice.
  711. On July 27, 1881, he was appointed again as the third Chief Justice of Daishin-in.
  712. On July 27, the detached 3rd brigade attacked the Obi area in Nichinan City and conquered the area.
  713. On July 27th of the year of Mizunoe-Saru (one of the Oriental Zodiac signs), Prince Oama who had retreated to Yoshinomiya Imperial House, decided to declare war against the Imperial Court of Omi and departed for Togoku where his troops had gathered.
  714. On July 27th, 703, he was granted the rank of Sakyo Taifu (Master of the Eastern Capital Office).
  715. On July 27th, Monk-Emperor Go-Shirakawa returned to the capital guarded by Yoshitaka of Nishikibe no Kanja, a son of Yoshitsune YAMAMOTO who belonged to Yoshinaka's army.
  716. On July 27th, Shinzui KIKEI visited Sakamoto-jo Castle and required Mitsusuke to give back Yoshinori's head.
  717. On July 27th, he was given the courtly title of the Fifth Rank, Junior Grade.
  718. On July 28, 1277, he was appointed as Kebiishi (officials with judicial and police powers) and served in white fusuma (an outer robe for military officers) which was a formal attire for samurai.
  719. On July 28, 1409, he became Kanrei for fourth time despite he was a priest ("Noritoki kyo ki [diary of Noritoki YAMASHINA]" and others).
  720. On July 28, 1534, her wedding ceremony with Yoshiharu ASHIKAGA was held.
  721. On July 28, 1543, he was reappointed Udaijin.
  722. On July 28, 1833, some lines such as the service between Ueno Station and Kumagaya Station began their operation.
  723. On July 28, 2006, about 4.3 square kilometers of the important part of the ruins (now most of the part is fallow fields or idle land) was designated as a national historical site named "Sendai Koriyama Kanga Ruins Group."
  724. On July 28, 2008, the Tokaido Shinkansen line and Sanyo Shinkansen line announced that they would install an automated external defibrillator (AED) in each of its train-car organizations starting in December of 2008.
  725. On July 28, 728, he rose to the official rank of Shoshiinojo (Senior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade).
  726. On July 28, during the war, TANAHE no Osumi left Omi Province for the attack on Iga Province.
  727. On July 28, he reduced the nengu (annual tribute) of the Imperial domains in the Kanto region by one third.
  728. On July 28, he retired from his position of Sakone no daisho.
  729. On July 28, he was granted an audience with the Meiji Emperor, and visited the Kashikodokoro (palace sanctuary).
  730. On July 28, he was promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade), and remained in the position of the Chamberlain.
  731. On July 29 of the same year, this route was linked to Kyoto Prefectural Kawahara Apartments, (housing complex located on the north side of Kyoto prefectural Tanabe High School) and began operations.
  732. On July 29, 1156, a council of war was held at which Tametomo proposed a night attack, saying "I have fought many battles in Kyushu, and I believe there is no better strategy than the night attack."
  733. On July 29, 1177, the posthumous name of 'Sutoku' was decided, and on the same day, after his death, FUJIWARA no Yorinaga was given the Juichii (junior first rank), as a grand minister.
  734. On July 29, 1256, the members including Yasutsuna were announced to attend the ritual for releasing the living beings at the Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu Shrine.
  735. On July 29, 1531, however, the castle fell to the enemy before Takakuni died in a fight.
  736. On July 29, 1867, she was authorized as the new Emperor Meiji's consort.
  737. On July 29, 1945, US planes suddenly appeared over Maizuru City, and commenced an air raid which focused on the Navy Arsenal.
  738. On July 29, 685, 11 clans including FUMI no Muraji were awarded the title 'Imiki'.
  739. On July 29, 930, Kiyotsura, who was Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) Gon Dainagon (provisional chief councilor of state) (concurrently, Minbukyo and Togu no Fu (Head Tutor of Crown Prince)) were struck by lightning in Seiryoden (Emperor's private residence) in the Imperial Court.
  740. On July 29, 958, he was allowed to wear clothes bearing colors of high court officials.
  741. On July 29, Shigemori died at the age of 42.
  742. On July 29, he was transferred to the post of Assistant Commander of the Left Inner Palace Guard Division.
  743. On July 29, the Japanese army attacked Qing troops staying in their stronghold.
  744. On July 29, the Satsuma army was defeated again by the government army that attacked Koshinoo.
  745. On July 29, the argument concerned what to do with the armies of Kagoshima, Yamaguchi and Kochi, which had been staying in Kyoto.
  746. On July 29, the head of Hirotsuna, who had been captured, was gibbeted.
  747. On July 29, the party met with MURAKUNI no Oyori before Kori no miyake, Asake County in Ise Province.
  748. On July 3 (in old lunar calendar), Fukei set his camp on Mt. Nara, and sent some troops to guard the old capital Asuka by the advice of ARATAO no Akamaro.
  749. On July 3 1170, which was the first day of the hakko event (eight lectures on the Lotus Sutra) at the Hossho-ji Temple, a servant of the regent Motofusa MATSUDONO reproached TAIRA no Sukemori's party for their impolite behavior and humiliated them on the way to the temple.
  750. On July 3, 1275, he passed away at the age of 47.
  751. On July 3, 1534, he was born as the second son of Nobuhide ODA, daimyo during the Sengoku period in Owari Province at Shobata-jo Castle (or Nagoya-jo Castle in another theory).
  752. On July 3, 1606, he was promoted to the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and raised to court noble.
  753. On July 3, 1709 (the old calendar), he was born as the fourth son of the sixth shogun Ienobu TOKUGAWA.
  754. On July 3, 1846, around two o'clock in the afternoon, she was born as the eighth Princess of the Emperor Ninko, her birth mother was Kangyoin (Naishinosuke Tsuneko HASHIMOTO)
  755. On July 3, 1863, only one month later from the death of Tsuguo IESATO, Shoto IESATO, his older brother and Confucian scholar, was also assassinated by someone in Kyoto.
  756. On July 3, 1868 Takatomi was released from house arrest and immediately after on July 17 (citing chronic chest disease as his reason) he assigned his leadership of the domain to Takanobu KYOGOKU (his adopted heir) and retired.
  757. On July 3, 741, he was appointed as sani no to.
  758. On July 3, Emperor Antoku, retired Emperor Takakura, and Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa started toward Fukuhara.
  759. On July 3, Emperor Junnin and retired Empress Koken decided to return to Heijo-kyu Palace due to their bad relationship, and Emperor Junnin entered Chuguin Palace while retired Empress Koken became a priest and entered Hokke-ji Temple.
  760. On July 3, he left Aomori Port; and on July 7, he landed on Mereya Village of Karafuto.
  761. On July 3, he returned to secular life, and was appointed to Juichii (Junior First Rank).
  762. On July 3, he was admitted to the court.
  763. On July 3, their rebellion plan was revealed by the tip-off from Prince Yamashiro.
  764. On July 3, two months after Akiyama's confession, a decision was handed down to the defendants at the Second Criminal Affairs Department of the Tokyo District Court, and the defendants were sentenced to 3 to 10 months in prison and were additionally fined.
  765. On July 30 in 1870, he returned to Yokohama City.
  766. On July 30, 1189, Yoritomo had a tower built in the Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu Shrine in Kamakura for the repose of the soul of his mother, held a large memorial service by the doshi (officiating monk) whom he summoned from Kyoto, and received horses and Nishiki (brocade) from the Emperor Goshirakawa.
  767. On July 30, 1339, being conferred the sacred law of Buddha by the fourth Nichido, he assumed the position of hossu as the fifth high priest of the Taiseki-ji Temple.
  768. On July 30, 1869, Tomotane was appointed governor of the Nakamura Domain.
  769. On July 30, 1912 during the term of this cabinet, the Meiji period ended due to the death of the Emperor Meiji and the Taisho period started from the same day.
  770. On July 30, 1912, he became sick with a chronic illness, diabetes, which then led to uremia and he died.
  771. On July 30, 1947 he died at seventy-nine in Ichikawa City, Chiba Prefecture where he moved to after the War.
  772. On July 30, Prince Takechi sent an envoy from Fuwa to his father staying in Kori no miyake in Kuwana Countyappealing as follows: 'It is inconvenient to control this region as it far away from the Imperial Palace (Gosho).
  773. On July 30, she died at Shirakawa Oshikoji-dono at the age of 24, the same age as her husband.
  774. On July 31, 1129, the year Imperial Prince Motohito was born, the Cloistered Emperor Shirakawa died at seventy seven years of age, who had taken three generations of political control for the young emperors', after his death, Taikenmonin's life changed for the worse.
  775. On July 31, 1156, TAIRA no Motomori, the second son of Kiyomori, on the task of guarding Uji City, apprehended MINAMOTO no Chikaharu (Chikaharu UNO) of the Yamato-Genji, who was to join the retired emperor's side.
  776. On July 31, 1780 (or June 13, 1782, according to other sources), he was born in Edo as the second son of Suketsugu MATSUDAIRA, the third lord of the Domain.
  777. On July 31, 2000, it was designated as a historical site by the Government and on November 24 in the same year, as a special historical site.
  778. On July 31, 977, Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade)
  779. On July 31, Murata directed several troops at the Battle of Miyazaki, but they were defeated and went north.
  780. On July 31, Tomozane YOSHII, had drafted the Army Reorganization Act, also joined the dispute and the debate turned to the question of recruitment.
  781. On July 31, the 3rd brigade, the 4th brigade, and the detached 3rd brigade bravely crossed the Oyodo-gawa River that was swollen by heavy rain and invaded the urban area of Miyazaki.
  782. On July 31: Nagoshi-taisai (summer grand purification)
  783. On July 3rd, 672, INBE no Kobito defended the Old City along with ARATAO no Akamaro.
  784. On July 4 1881, he graduated from the regular course at the age of just 19 (the youngest recorded age of graduation which has never been broken).
  785. On July 4 of the same year, he was relieved his duty as okuishi, and became yoriaiishi (lower ranked doctor for Edo shogunate).
  786. On July 4, 1186, and on October 12, 1187, MINAMOTO no Yoritomo and his wife Masako HOJO visited Hiki no ama at her residence where they held parties to enjoy the seasons such as the summer evening party and a chrysanthemum viewing party.
  787. On July 4, 1868, the Satsuma army led by Saigo defeated Shogitai (a group of the former Tokugawa retainers opposed to the Meiji government who fought in the Battle of Ueno) in the Ueno War but the Aizu Clan continued to fight back while various clans in the Tohoku region formed the Ouetsu-reppan alliance.
  788. On July 4, 951, he served concurrently as Kangeyu no kami (chief investigator of the records of outgoing officials).
  789. On July 4, the first Saionji cabinet resigned as a body.
  790. On July 5 he was declared Kanpaku by the Emperor.
  791. On July 5, 1186, when Tango no Naishi was sick in bed, Yoritomo visited her secretly in the residence of Morinaga only with two followers.
  792. On July 5, 1421, he was reassigned as Naidaijin (Minister of the Center).
  793. On July 5, 1763, he met Mabuchi, who was visiting Matsuzaka, for the first time.
  794. On July 5, 1821, he took over as head of the family and became the eleventh lord of the Domain due to Tsunakata's retirement.
  795. On July 5, 1858, he took over as the head of the Matsudaira family of the Fukui Domain.
  796. On July 5, 1863, there was an incident in which Kintomo ANEGAKOJI was killed in front of the Arisugawanomiya residence which was located near the Saru-ga-tsuji Crossroads (in the northeast of the Imperial Palace).
  797. On July 5, 1888, he left Berlin with Ishiguro to go back to Japan.
  798. On July 5, just before attack was to be launched, a conspiracy to topple the Taira clan was revealed through a betrayal by Yukitsuna TADA (the Shishigatani Incident).
  799. On July 6 he was transferred to Gon Dainagon (provisional chief councilor of state) and remained as Sakone no daisho and Samaryo gogen.
  800. On July 6 of the same year, he received Shohachii (Senior Eighth Rank).
  801. On July 6 of the same year, he was appointed chief of the 14th Division (Japanese Army).
  802. On July 6, 1203, her husband Zenjo who was thought to had sided with HOJO clan was captured and killed as rebel by Yoriie's man.
  803. On July 6, 1563, he was appointed Sangi (councilor).
  804. On July 6, 1811, he was given the title of Imperial Prince and renamed Takehito; however, he passed away on the following day.
  805. On July 6, 1864, Matsuyama, who had been stationed to Okuichiya, Okayama (Prefecture), as Shinsengumi's spy to investigate into the movement in the western regions, was murdered by seven roshi (masterless samurai) represented by Taro OKAMOTO, and his head was shown in public at the Onari Bridge in Ipponmatsu.
  806. On July 6, 825, he was given the surname TAIRA by his uncle, Emperor Junna, and he called himself TAIRA no Takamune.
  807. On July 6, Narichika was exiled to Bizen Province and on the 18th he was relieved of his position.
  808. On July 6, after attacking the Uozu-jo Castle in Ecchu Province for three months in cooperation with Narimasa SASSA and Toshiie MAEDA, Katsuie succeeded to overrun it.
  809. On July 6, he asked a friend Tsuruto KAKO to write down his will for him.
  810. On July 6, his position as the head of the Hitotsubashi Family was restored.
  811. On July 6, the Shogunate ordered Yoshinobu to be the Shogun's guardian (Shogun Kokenshoku) and Shungaku to be the Shogunal Prime Minister (Seiji Sosaishoku).
  812. On July 6, the government army entered from Kokubu and attacked the rear side of the Satsuma army in Odori, making it retreat to Okubo.
  813. On July 6th, the IJA Third Army led by General Maresuke NOGI landed in Dalian.
  814. On July 7 every year, a special K-Ltd. Express 'Orihime (weaver star = Vega)' is operated in the evening after the folk story Tanabata (tale of two-stars rendezvous), and at Kisaichi Station an event is held to let Orihime (weaver star = Vega) and Hikoboshi (cowherd star = Altair) meet once a year.
  815. On July 7 the same year, he arrived in Hakodate.
  816. On July 7, 1564, his brother Yoshiteru, the 13th Shogun, was killed by Hisahide MATSUNAGA and his son, Hisamichi MATSUNAGA, and the Miyoshi Sanninshu (three chief retainers of the Miyoshi clan).
  817. On July 7, 1720, he was appointed to Gon Dainagon (Junior Chief of the Councilor of State).
  818. On July 7, 1869 (old lunar calendar), the government announced that the total amount of Dajokan bills issued would not exceed 32.5 million ryo and that the money printing machine would be subsequently incinerated.
  819. On July 7, 1873, he was conferred viscount by the Peerage Law.
  820. On July 7, 1884, Kazoku Law was established.
  821. On July 7, 1884, Tamemoto was given a title of count.
  822. On July 7, 1884, among hiradojo, families from which many were promoted to Dainagon (Chief councilor of state) were appointed to count and others to viscount.
  823. On July 7, 1884, he was awarded Prince.
  824. On July 7, 1884, he was conferred the rank of marquis by the Peerage Law and served as the member of Kizokuin (the House of Peers) from October, 1890.
  825. On July 7, 1884, he was conferred to marquis.
  826. On July 7, 1884, he was created viscount.
  827. On July 7, 1884, he was ranked as viscount.
  828. On July 7, 2005, there was news report that the draft made by Kosei YURI and improved by Takachika FUKUOKA was auctioned and 5 days later Fukui Prefecture announced successful bid for 23,888,000 yen.
  829. On July 7, Soseki took advantage of the summer vacation of the university to leave for Kansai to travel for the first time, accompanying Shiki, who was returning home in Matsuyama.
  830. On July 7, Yoritomo sent a letter to TAKASHINA no Yasutsune requesting the reappointment of Yorimori and his sons to their former posts, as well as the appointment of MINAMOTO no Noriyori, MINAMOTO no Hirotsuna, and Yoshinobu HIRAGA as provincial governors (see the entry for the same day in the "Azuma Kagami").
  831. On July 7, about five months after Hirofusa's death, his son, Michifusa, was conferred count; the Madenokoji family joined the peerage.
  832. On July 7, he was granted the rank of marquis.
  833. On July 7, he was reappointed as Gon no chunagon.
  834. On July 7, katabira shall be worn over koshimaki (a full length garment).
  835. On July 7, posters were found stuck to telephone poles that said 'We will hold a meeting at Hibiya Park on July 10 in order to avenge the incident of Kinki-kan Theater. The attendee should carry petroleum oil, a club and matchsticks.' (the article as of July 8 in Tokyo Nichinichi Newspaper).
  836. On July 7, the Second Sino-Japanese War (Shina-jihen) broke out, triggered by the Marco Polo Bridge Incident.
  837. On July 7, the death anniversary of EN no Gyoja, in every year, Renge Matsuri (Lotus Flower Festival) was held by Tenporin-ji Temple, whose principal image is Hoki Bosatsu and by Katsuragi-jinja Shrine where Hitokotonushi no Okami is worshipped, which is syncretization of Shinto with Buddhism and is a rare case.
  838. On July 7, they could meet using the bridge on the Milky Way which was built by a magpie which came flying from an unknown place.
  839. On July 8, 1228, he died young at the age of 21, and his younger brother, Tokitane CHIBA is said to have succeeded to him ("Azuma Kagami" [The Mirror of the East], "Chiba Taikeizu").
  840. On July 8, 1595, he entered the priesthood.
  841. On July 8, 1816, he died in Edo.
  842. On July 8, 1857, he was ordered to study at Nagasaki Training Center, and headed for Nagasaki Prefecture.
  843. On July 8, 1864, he was suddenly attacked and captured by the Shinsen-gumi Masterless Warrior Party.
  844. On July 8, 1869, because of the rearrangement of the government organization, he was appointed the chief councilor of state.
  845. On July 8, 1874, Sawanomiya was recommended by Emperor Meiji to become a sailor when he visited the Imperial Palace, he entered into the preparatory course for the Naval Academy on July 13.
  846. On July 8, 1884, he was created viscount.
  847. On July 8, 1884, he was given the title of Viscount.
  848. On July 8, 1884, the peerage of viscount was conferred on Mitsuyoshi HINONISHI.
  849. On July 8, 1903, Chubei (the first) died at his second residence in Suma district.
  850. On July 8, 1932
  851. On July 8, Saiakira operated a large-scale military training grounds for Satsu-gun (Satsuma Army) at Mt. Tempo near Kagoshima Castle (it is also said that he was going to the east capital, Tokyo, with an army), but he died on July 16th.
  852. On July 8, he retained his position as Sakone no daisho.
  853. On July 8, he was also assigned to Kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain) at the same time.
  854. On July 8, he was transferred to Jingi haku (a chief official in charge of matters relating to Shintoism) from the governor of Jingikan and assigned to Senkyo Chokan (a chief of missionary work) a the same time by a reform of the bureaucratic system.
  855. On July 8, participants such as Shunkan, Motonaka, NAKAHARA no Motokane, Nobufusa KOREMUNE, TAIRA no Sukeyuki and TAIRA no Yasuyori were all captured, and on July 9, Myoun was released from exile.
  856. On July 9, 1185, a big earthquake hit the capital.
  857. On July 9, 1589, he was born as the first son of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI at Yodo-jo Castle in Yamashiro Province.
  858. On July 9, 1781, Ienari was named the successor to the post of shogun.
  859. On July 9, 1881 his adopted heir status was dissolved (perhaps he returned to his biological family home?).
  860. On July 9, Takayoshi KIDO visited Nagasaki to discuss how to punish them and decided to transport 114 leading Christians to Tsuwano, Hagi, and Fukuyama.
  861. On July 9, a policy of nonexpansion was confirmed in the cabinet meeting.
  862. On July 9, fifty-one persons were found guilty (prosecution) and sixteen were exempted from prosecution.
  863. On July 9, he passed away at 7 in the morning.
  864. On July 9, he returned to the capital.
  865. On July 9, they defeated and ended the life of the opposition commander-in-chief HATA no Tomotari at Mt. Tokono.
  866. On July that year, Hideyoshi was nominated to be the Kanpaku (chief adviser to the Emperor) after 'kanpaku soron' (disagreement over Kanpaku position) and in the following year, the family name, 'the Toyotomi clan' was given to him.
  867. On July, 791:
  868. On June 1 (by the old lunar calendar) of the same year, she gave birth to the first crown prince, Imperial Prince Kanehito (later Emperor Ichijo) at Kaneie's Higashi Sanjo dono palace.
  869. On June 1, 1173, there was a fire at the Kaya Palace of the Hoju-ji Temple where Shigeko used to live, Shigeko was guided by her lady in waiting, Kenju jo (the author of "Tamakiharu") and Chikamune to safely escaped from there.
  870. On June 1, 1190, she died from a hard labor.
  871. On June 1, 1289, he became Nairan (private audit).
  872. On June 1, 1582, one day before the revolt of Honno-ji Temple, he visited the Honno-ji Temple together with Tsunemoto KANROJI as imperial messenger to celebrate Nobunaga's visit to Kyoto.
  873. On June 1, 1861, Tadanori returned to the head family changing his name to Hisamitsu (at the same time he also changed his common name to Izumi), and he came to be treated as the 'the father of province' and grasped the real power of the domain administration.
  874. On June 1, 1934
  875. On June 1, 1939
  876. On June 1, 1945, the education in the preparatory pilot training course was frozen.
  877. On June 1, 1984, it was designated as a tangible cultural asset by Kyoto City.
  878. On June 1, 1984, this festival was designated and registered as an intangible local cultural asset of Kyoto City.
  879. On June 1, 2007, it was decided that Nagasada, his family and followers were to be beatified.
  880. On June 1, Hitoyoshi, which had been the base for controlling the three provinces, was seized and the main force of the Satsuma army retreated to Ohata.
  881. On June 1, Kennyo handed over Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple to his legitimate son and the new Monzeki, Kyonyo, and retreated to Saginomori in Kii Province.
  882. On June 1, Yukitsuna TADA secretly informed Kiyomori that there was a conspiracy to bring down the Taira clan, and this dramatically changed the situation.
  883. On June 1, he was appointed as Sessho (regent), Ichiza and Fujiwarashi choja.
  884. On June 1, he was promoted to Shogoinoge while retaining his position as Dewa no suke.
  885. On June 1, the Korean government asked Qing to dispatch troops and tried to pacify the armed peasants.
  886. On June 1, the besiegers made the navy of Yukinaga KONISHI enter the inside of the bank.
  887. On June 10 Shuzo SERA, staff officer to the Chinbushi Governor-General of Ou was assassinated by a retainer of Sendai Domain.
  888. On June 10 of the same year, 'Yubin-hochi Shinbun' started to be published as a weekly newspaper (this paper became a daily newspaper on June 6 in the next year).
  889. On June 10, 1574, 68-year-old Tanemichi handed over all the territories and the records of family traditions to his adopted son Kanetaka.
  890. On June 10, 1630 he died at his residence in Kitano, Kyoto.
  891. On June 10, 1799, when he was five (according to an age by the traditional Japanese system; the same rule applies to the following), he became a trainee priest of Ryutai-ji Temple.
  892. On June 10, 1944, it seems that Tenmei was invited to Daikata, Kozu village, Inba-gun, Chiba Prefecture, (presently Daikata in Narita City) by his acquaintance Shuzo TAKADA originally to visit a family brewing 'doburoku' (raw rice wine) to drink it.
  893. On June 10, 400 squadrons of Japanese Navy, Land Forces, and the minister to Korea Keisuke OTORI entered Hanseong with a plan that a total of 4,000 solders of mixed brigades with the following troops would be stationed in the capital and the surrounding area.
  894. On June 10, Shigeharu KUWAYAMA, the defending general of Shizugatake Fort, also judged the situation as disadvantageous and began to retreat.
  895. On June 10, Sumimoto died of illness at the Awa Shozui-jo Castle, where he finally reached.
  896. On June 10, gokenin (samurai under the direct supervision of shogun), including Suketsune KUDO, Kagemochi KAJIWARA, Tsunehide CHIBA, Asashige HATTA, and FUJIWARA no Kunimichi, visited, with low-ranking youngsters, the place where Shizuka stayed and held a party.
  897. On June 10, he was additionally appointed Kurodo no to while still serving as Sakyodaibu and Mino no gon no kami.
  898. On June 10, the two armies fought a fierce battle in Sakaiura.
  899. On June 11 of the same year, the Imperial Court ordered Yoritoshi to refrain from leaving Mutsu Province.
  900. On June 11, 1587, he died from a disease at the age of 73.
  901. On June 11, 1791, Oikaze YOSHIDA of the YOSHIDA-TSUKASA family built a dohyo overnight for a Joran sumo tournament (a tournament held with the Shogun in attendance) scheduled to be held on the next day for the 11th Shogun Ienari TOKUGAWA and conducted the first Hoya-biraki ceremony (a ceremony to celebrate building of a new hoya).
  902. On June 11, 1862, Saigo sailed from Yamakawa, and Murata also sailed thereafter, but they met at Isso, Yakushima because they had to wait 7 to 8 days for the cessation of a headwind, and then sailed from Isso together toward Amami.
  903. On June 11, 1863, he was moved to work as Kyoto shoshidai (The Kyoto deputy).
  904. On June 11, 1868, Seitaisho (the fourth year of the Keio era, Dajokantasshi No. 331), which was drafted by Taneomi SOEJIMA and Takachika FUKUOKA and can be regarded as the Constitution, was promulgated under the name of Dajokan.
  905. On June 11, 1868, a Seitai-sho (a document for the government system) imitating the government system based on the ancient Ritsuryo system was issued, and Dajokan (Great Council of State) System was established.
  906. On June 11, 1924, he became the minister of Railway in the Takaaki KATO Cabinet.
  907. On June 11, 1958, 56 years after the sixth demonstration the seventh demonstration was held.
  908. On June 11, 1979, the area was designated as a national historic site.
  909. On June 11, he was beheaded together with six children in Rokujo Gawara in Kyoto and his head was gibbeted in Sanjo Gawara.
  910. On June 11, the government accepted the government reform plan proposed by the peasants, and the peasants withdrew to prevent military intervention by the Qing and Japan.
  911. On June 11, the peasants of Morita Village visited Ashio, however the Furukawa side just repeatedly disclaimed any responsibility for the damages.
  912. On June 11,1583, Hidehisa fought to repel an attack by troops led by Nobukage KAGAWA of the Motochika CHOSOKABE's side, consequently besting them in battle.
  913. On June 12 Nobutoshi went to the Tendo Camp in the middle of confusion.
  914. On June 12 after the Satsuma army withdrew from the Hitoyoshi area, Shinpachi MURATA entered Miyakonojo, put together the troops of the Satsuma army that had retreated from the Hitoyoshi and the Kagoshima areas, and reinforced defense against the government army that would advance to Miyakonojo.
  915. On June 12 of the same year, when Empress Kogyoku arrived at Daigokuden having Prince Furuhito no Oe guarding her close by, Iruka entered the Imperial Court where the ceremony of Sangoku no Shirabe took place.
  916. On June 12, 1251, he was born at Amanawa Mansion of the Adachi clan in Kamakura, Sagami Province.
  917. On June 12, 1393, Shakunyo entered nirvana (passed away) at the age of 44.
  918. On June 12, 1601, she bore Katsuhime (Tensu-in, wife of Tadanao MATSUDAIRA) in Edo-jo Castle.
  919. On June 12, 1736, he was appointed to Sunpu-kaban (a post to guard Sunpu-jo Castle).
  920. On June 12, 1872, the train ran two round trips between Shinagawa Station and Yokohama Station (Sakuragicho Station at the present) as tentative operation for opening.
  921. On June 12, give or take a few days of that marriage, his Karo (chief retainer) Yoshishige OISHI (grand-uncle of Yoshio OISHI.
  922. On June 12, the Hiketa Castle fell in an all-out attack by Motochika CHOSOKABE's side, forcing Hidehisa to flee.
  923. On June 12, the Qing force landed at Asan.
  924. On June 13 in 1221, Jokyu War began.
  925. On June 13, 1167, Kiyomori resigned as Daijo daijin (Grand minister of state).
  926. On June 13, 1189 (old lunar calendar), the head was examined by Yoshimori WADA and Kagetoki KAJIWARA at Koshigoe no Ura beach.
  927. On June 13, 1244, he was appointed to Udaijin (minister of the right).
  928. On June 13, 1244, he was assigned as Sadaijin (Minister of the Left).
  929. On June 13, 1440, he became Samurai-dokoro Shoshi, Governor of the Samurai-dokoro, a position equal to the Samurai-dokoro Tonin.
  930. On June 13, 1542, he resigned as Sakone no Daisho.
  931. On June 13, 1645, Musashi died in his residence in Chiba-jo Castle.
  932. On June 13, 1866 (表記の変更), housewives in Nishinomiya City made a protest against a rice dealer, which triggered an uprising, and it spread quickly to other neighboring cities including Itami City, Hyogo Prefecture, and on July 25 (表記の変更), a destructive riot broke out in Osaka City.
  933. On June 13, 1877, read them at Okazeire (summer airing) at Omosu (Kitayama Honmon-ji Temple).
  934. On June 13, 1890 he assumed office as Principal of Toyama Military School in succession to Koreaki IBARAKI on June 15, 1891.
  935. On June 13, 1913: Kyoto Training Institute of Sericulture was transferred from the Ministry of Agriculture and Commerce to the Ministry of Education.
  936. On June 13, 1931, he resigned the president of South Manchuria Railways.
  937. On June 13, 699, the Emperor Monmu issued an Imperial edict as below.
  938. On June 13, Yamano was seized by the government army.
  939. On June 13, he retained his position as Togu Gon no daibu (Provisional Master of the Crown Prince's Quarters).
  940. On June 13, he was granted the court rank of Jugoinoge.
  941. On June 13, it is written in "Azuma Kagami" (The Mirror of the East) that Kamakura samurai inquired whether or not to send Tokiwa and Yoshitsune's sister to Kamakura.
  942. On June 14 Prince Karu stepped onto the stage and assumed the throne.
  943. On June 14, 1068, he was additionally appointed to Kurodo dokoro no betto (Chief Secretary of the Sovereign).
  944. On June 14, 1403, he was moved to the gon-chunagon (Provisional Middle Councilor).
  945. On June 14, 1450, he was appointed to Juichii (Junior First Rank).
  946. On June 14, 1571 he died in Yoshida-Koriyama Castle.
  947. On June 14, 1588, Masasada was born as the third son of Masanao HOSHINA.
  948. On June 14, 1710, Nagashige retired and let his own son, Nagateru OGASAWARA succeed him as the head of the family.
  949. On June 14, 1927, the plant community in this pond was designated as a protected species referred to as the 'Midoroga-ike aquiherbosa' and, subsequently, in 1988, the scope of this designation was expanded to include all of living matter in the pond, referred to as the 'Midoroga-ike biological community.'
  950. On June 14, 2007, a TV show, "Kyo no ryori" (Today's Cooking), broadcast by Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK), aired a recipe for umeshu in its special episode, 'Tsukemono (Japanese Pickles) and Preserved Foods Handed Down in My Family--Umeshu.'
  951. On June 14, Empress Kogyoku abdicated the throne and handed over the position to Prince Karu.
  952. On June 14, when the envoys dispatched from Ming arrived at Nagoya, the residences of Ieyasu and Toshiie were used for their lodgings.
  953. On June 15 he also assumed the position of Mutsu-dewa no Azechi (officer to research Mutsu and Dewa Provinces).
  954. On June 15 the same year, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA visited Azuchi-jo Castle in order to give thanks for the addition of Suruga Province and to celebrate the victory of the punitive expedition against the Takeda clan.
  955. On June 15, 1189, under the order from Yoritomo, FUJIWARA no Yasuhira attacked Koromogawa no Tachi (residence of the Oshu Fujiwara clan), where Yoshitsune was staying protected by his several hundreds horse soldiers.
  956. On June 15, 1242, he became a Buddhist priest.
  957. On June 15, 1311, Moromoto celebrated genpuku (the coming-of-age ceremony) at age 11 and conferred Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) whereby he became authorized to use kinjiki (literally, "forbidden colours," seven colours tradionally reserved for the imperial family and nobility) and to attend the court.
  958. On June 15, 1331 (in old lunar calendar), he was chosen as a Kunaikyo (Minister of the Sovereign's Household) (according to the "Gyokueikisho" Court Rank Section).
  959. On June 15, 1447, Senge was issued to appoint him as Kanpaku.
  960. On June 15, 1567, he had no other choice but to sign the Rokkakushi shikimoku (bunkokuho by Rokkaku clan), which was a bunkokuho (the law individual sengoku-daimyo enforced in their own domain); the purpose of the law was to suppress each lord's authority.
  961. On June 15, 1760, he succeeded his retired father as the head of the Tokugawa family and on October 10, he was officially appointed as Shogun to take over Shogunate and promoted to Shonii (Senior Second Rank) and Naidaijin (the Minister of the Interior).
  962. On June 15, 1859, Tanemichi was born in Azabu, Edo (present Tokyo).
  963. On June 15, 1928, he died at the age of 83.
  964. On June 15, 1946, his father, Tatsunyo retired and he succeeded to abbacy as the 21st Hoshu.
  965. On June 15, 1984, accordingly, Kosho, also freed the Tokyo Hongan-ji Temple, where he was serving as chief priest, from the Shinshu sect, Otani school.
  966. On June 15, 2008, Roof Co., Ltd. and Izumiryu Soke Co. held a charity kyoge performance for the victims of the Great Sechuan Earthequake, and members of Izumi-ryu soke stood on the stage.
  967. On June 15, 714, he died.
  968. On June 15, 757, he rose to the official rank of Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  969. On June 15, he was given 5,000 ryo solatium by the new government.
  970. On June 15, the Ito cabinet decided on its policy in the cabinet meeting that both Japan and Qing would jointly reform the internal system of Korea and, if Qing refused, Japan would solely undertake the instructions, and Qing refused when informed of the decision.
  971. On June 1570, in order to subjugate Yoshikage ASAKURA in Echizen Province, who had ignored Nobunaga's order to go to Kyoto several times, Nobunaga abandoned the alliance with the Azai clan and began his march into Echizen Province with the army of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, a sworn ally.
  972. On June 16, 1322, he was moved to Saemon no suke (Assistant Captain of the Left Gate Guards).
  973. On June 16, 1675, a contract marriage between Naganori and Princess Yozenin, the daughter of Nagaharu ASANO (the third-order lord of Hiroshima Domain, Bingo Province) was applied for with he Bakufu, and it was approved on September 27.
  974. On June 16, 1852, Nobumasa was born as the seventh son of Nobuhide MATSUDAIRA, the sixth lord.
  975. On June 16, 1943, the government promulgated the edict 'Special Case of National Uniform System' to relieve the National Uniform Edict promulgated on November 2, 1940.
  976. On June 16, 757, OTOMO no Komaro bacame the Commander-in-Chief of the Defense for Mutsu Province, and Matanari took the position of the Vice-Shogun of the Defense for Mutsu.
  977. On June 16, 991, Kogogu gon no daibu (Minister of Empress household agency)
  978. On June 16, Ieyasu started going to conquer the Uesugi clan, leading his military forces, from Kyobashi-guchi of Osaka-jo Castle, and entered Fushimi-jo Castle in the evening of the same day.
  979. On June 16, Norikata TSUMAKI of Nagahama-jo Castle (in Omi Province), Yukishige ARAKI of Sawayama-jo Castle, Sadayuki ATSUJI of Yamamotoyama-jo Castle and Kataie YAMAZAKI either ran away or surrendered, and Omi was subjugated as a result.
  980. On June 16, she was discovered hiding away with her daughter Aguri guarded by three samurai in Ito County, and on June 20, she was handed over to Ieyasu in Kyoto, but she was sentenced to innocence and from that time she lived with Kane's family in Kyoto.
  981. On June 16th, a messenger from Yasutoki HOJO came to Tsunetaka in Washio and recommended that he surrender.
  982. On June 17 in the previous year of the enforcement of the Sanze-isshin Law, there was a project for a million hectares of land cultivation among the policies which Dajokan (Grand Council of State) had reported to the throne and was approved.
  983. On June 17, 1141, she shaved her head in Uji, following Tobain who went into priesthood before her.
  984. On June 17, 1250, Yoritsugu entered the shogun's residence in Sagami Province for changing the direction (katatagae).
  985. On June 17, 1359, Moromoto NIJO became a priest with the Buddhist name of Komyodaiin.
  986. On June 17, 1594, he was granted the title of Shinno (Imperial Prince) with the intention that he would be the next to ascend to the imperial throne.
  987. On June 17, 1686, he tried Toshiya at Sanjusangendo Temple in Kyoto, when he made 8,133 hit out of 13,053 arrows and became Tenkaichi.
  988. On June 17, 1779 (in old lunar calendar), Tsunehaya became Sangi (councilor).
  989. On June 17, 1871 of the following year, the yen (currency) was made the basic unit, the "sen" and "ri" were introduced as the supplementary unit, the New Currency Act was proclaimed, making 1 yen 100 sen, and 1 sen 10 ri, and Japan took its first step towards a modern currency system.
  990. On June 17, 1879, he was promoted to Shonii (Senior Second Rank).
  991. On June 17, 2005, in the city of Masan in South Gyeongsang province in the Republic of South Korea, the date of June 19 of every year was declared "Tsushima Day" by the local government, with more than 400 citizens of Masan participating in "the proclamation ceremony."
  992. On June 17, 2008, he reported the scene where he handed the fund to the Embassy of China, and announced at 00:22:13 of June 20, 2008 that he would officially publish the collected amount later.
  993. On June 17, 972, Kuranokami
  994. On June 17, Shinpachi MURATA who stayed at Hitoyoshi supported Kobayashi, and he directed Shinbutai Army, Hachiku-tai troop, and the march convoy, which was about one thousand of soldiers, and they repeatedly skirmished with the Government army across Sendai-gawa River about for a month.
  995. On June 17, Toshimitsu SAITO was captured at Katata (Katata, Otsu City), and crucified on Rokujogawara (Rokujo-gawa river beach).
  996. On June 17, the invasion fleet set sail from Geoje island, but the headwind soon drove them back, leading to a second departure on June 19.
  997. On June 18 of the next year (1620), Masako led in a procession from Nijo-jo Castle to the Imperial Palace.
  998. On June 18, 1178, Tokitada informed Takakura that Tokuko's pregnancy was confirmed.
  999. On June 18, 1297, he resigned from the Rokuhara Tandai post.
  1000. On June 18, 1457 (old lunar calendar), Zonnyo entered nirvana at the age of 62.

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