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  1. On June 18, 1957, after a machiya (a traditional form of townhouse found mainly in Kyoto) (or shoka, merchants' house) (or shoka (mercantile house)) study conducted by the University of Tokyo, with posting of a munafuda (historical plaque on a building), it was designated as an Important Cultural Property in Japan.
  2. On June 18, 1997, the new version of the Bank of Japan Law was promulgated to totally revise the old version and it was enforced on April 1, 1998.
  3. On June 18, 889, he was given the family name of Taira and demoted from nobility to subject on orders of Emperor Uda.
  4. On June 18, 936, he served concurrently as Echizen no suke (assistant governor of Echizen Province).
  5. On June 18, under a rain of shells, HENMI, who led the Raigeki-tai troop, was making desperate efforts to stop the advancement of the government army to Yamano.
  6. On June 19 of the same year, people from southern islands, Tane, Yaku, Amami and Tokara, came over to Japan with guides and offered various gifts
  7. On June 19, 'Resolution on eliminating Imperial Rescript on Education and others' by the House of Representatives and 'Resolution on confirming the lapse of Imperial Rescript on Education and others' by the House of Councilors confirmed it became null and void along with Imperial Rescript on Education
  8. On June 19, 1570, a master of the gun named Zenjubo SUGITANI attempted to murder Nobunaga, but he failed.
  9. On June 19, 1616, the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) granted an estate of 10,000 koku in Kazusaanezaki and the rank of Dewa no kami to Naomasa; he finally became an official daimyo.
  10. On June 19, 1824, he was transferred to Konoefu and remained in the position of the provisional vice governor of the Iyo Province.
  11. On June 19, 1842, due to retirement of his father, he succeeded to the family estate and became the sixth lord.
  12. On June 19, right after the appointment and without Imperial sanction from Emperor Komei, Naosuke signed the Treaty of Amity and Commerce between the United States and Japan.
  13. On June 19, the Hachiku-tai troop led by Shuichiro KONO fiercely attacked to seize Iino, which was guarded by the detached 2nd brigade, but was fought off by the bravely fighting government army.
  14. On June 2 (New calendar: July 10), he was ordered to be promoted and transferred to Junii (Junior Second Rank) Gon Dainagon (a provisional chief councilor of state), but refused it firmly.
  15. On June 2 (in the old calendar), while he was doing sightseeing in Sakai, the Honnoji Incident occurred in Kyoto.
  16. On June 2, 1180, Emperor Antoku, the retired Emperor Takakura, and the Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa left Kyoto on an Imperial visit to Fukuhara, Settsu Province, and an Angu (temporary lodging) was built in Fukuhara to accommodate them.
  17. On June 2, 1180, the rebellion of Prince Mochihito broke out.
  18. On June 2, 1582, Nobunaga ODA was killed by Mitsuhide AKECHI (the Honnoji Incident).
  19. On June 2, 1582, his lord Nobunaga ODA was killed by Mitsuhide AKECHI in a rebellion at Honno-ji Temple in Kyoto (the incident at Honno-ji Temple).
  20. On June 2, 1607 he was transferred to Musashi Province, then he was granted the family name of Matsudaira and called himself 'Matsudaira Musashi no kami Toshitaka' (Musashi no kami: governor of Musashi Province).
  21. On June 2, 1673, he rose to Shonii (Senior Second Rank), and on November 6, 1675, his position was transferred from Ukone no daisho (Udaisho) to Sakone no daisho (Major Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  22. On June 2, 1869, the government gave the premiums to 419 people who achieved distinguished military service at the Boshin War, troops, domains, and battleships.
  23. On June 2, 894, he presented the personal collection "Kudai Waka" (Waka on Themes of Lines) to the emperor.
  24. On June 2, Nobunaga was killed in the Honnoji Incident.
  25. On June 2, Sanetomo went back to the shogunate residence, appointed Yoshitoki to the successor of Samurai-dokoro betto, and distributed other awards of merits (the Battle of Wada).
  26. On June 2, he resigned as Udaijin.
  27. On June 2, the cabinet dissolved the house of Representatives and decided to send a mixed brigade consisting of 8,000 soldiers to Korea on the pretext of protecting Japanese residents in Korea.
  28. On June 20, 1184, he tried to resist his enemies at Mt. Hatori in Ise Province (the present-day Ueno City, Mie Prefecture) but ended up being beheaded after a battle against the retainers of Morimichi HATANO, Saneharu OI, Tsunetoshi YAMANOUCHISUDO and Koreyoshi OUCHI ("Azuma Kagami").
  29. On June 20, 1198 he became a priest.
  30. On June 20, 1539, he was additionally appointed Sakone no Daisho.
  31. On June 20, 1631, he was appointed to the chief of the bodyguard of the Shogun, and two years later, on August 28, 1633, he became the chief of military patrol.
  32. On June 20, 1737, he was born at Nishi no maru (a castle compound to the west of the main compound) of the Edo-jo Castle.
  33. On June 20, 1808 he was appointed to Shorokuinoge Unemenosuke (Senior Sixth Rank, Lower Grade, Secretary of the division of the ancient court hostess).
  34. On June 20, 1846, he resigned as Shinseiwain betto in accordance with the death of Shinseiwain.
  35. On June 20, 1888, his rank was promoted to Ju-ichii.
  36. On June 20, 1964
  37. On June 20, 921, he assumed the position of a Kurodo (chamberlain).
  38. On June 20, OMURA dismissed the former Shogunate from the task of patrolling the Edo-futyu, and attacked the Shogitai on July 4 right after the Sendai Domain-led Northern government (Ouetsu-reppan alliance) was established in the Tohoku Region and Echigo.
  39. On June 20, he was promoted to Shosanmi and retained his position as Sakone gonno chujo.
  40. On June 20, the Kamakura side dispatched an army with Yasutoki HOJO as the general, and his younger brother, Nobutsuna SASAKI, joined him.
  41. On June 20, the government army attacked the Kumamoto-tai troop in Mt. Takakuma and the Raigeki-tai troop occupying Oguchi.
  42. On June 20, the government submitted the constitution revision proposal following procedures for amending the constitution defined in Article 73 of the Constitution of the Empire of Japan.
  43. On June 2006, the Supreme Court also rejected plaintiff's claim.
  44. On June 21 he made an oath to be loyal to Prince Kusakabe in Yoshino.
  45. On June 21 in 1962, the student union of Kyoto Prefecture organized the demonstration against the reform of university management because it included more authority of the Ministry of Education (at the time) to assign and control the presidents of the national universities.
  46. On June 21, 696, OKOMA no Muraji Momoe was given the rank of Jikikoshi and Haburimono (gifts given at a funeral).
  47. On June 21, Goshirakawa visited Shigemori at the Komatsu-dono in Rokuhara.
  48. On June 22 (July 27 of the same year), only 10 days after Perry's departure, Shogun Ieyoshi died and Iesada TOKUGAWA became the 13th Shogun but Iesada was, himself, in poor health, and was not able to take responsible control of the government.
  49. On June 22 of the same year, the Jigen-ji Temple in Yuzawa City, which is located near Ryoo's birth place, held two ceremonies, "The Buddhist memorial service for three hundreds years of Ryoo's entering nirvana" and the "Kaigen-hoyo (Buddhist ceremony for consecration) service on the wooden statue of Ryoo Zenji."
  50. On June 22, 1569, he was promoted to Junito 3rd Rank and Dai'nagon.
  51. On June 22, 1867, Kondo gave a farewell party for Takeda, who had offered his resignation.
  52. On June 22, 1869 due to a standstill in the Japan-Korea negotiation, the government became impatient and suggested the requisition for the negotiation rights to Tsushima Domain.
  53. On June 22, 626, SOGA no Emishi became a minister after the death of his father, SOGA no Umako.
  54. On June 22, 679, Emperor, Empress (Empress Jito), Prince Kusakabe, Prince Otsu, Prince Takechi, Prince Kawashima, Prince Osakabe and Prince Shiki agreed to help each other in Yoshino no miya (Yoshino Pact).
  55. On June 22, Germany invaded the Soviet Union, and an Imperial Council was immediately held to discuss how Japan, having signed the Tripartite Pact, should react to this development.
  56. On June 22, a decision was made to attack Onjo-ji Temple, where Mochihitoo was being harbored, and Yorimori was chosen as one of the generals to command the army that was to carry out the attack. (see the entry for the same day in the "Gyokuyo").
  57. On June 22, he was handed over to emissaries from Todai-ji Temple.
  58. On June 22, he was reassigned as Ukone no Gon no shosho (Provisional Minor Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  59. On June 22, the Taira clan attacked Onjo-ji Temple, and the attack team also included Yorimasa.
  60. On June 22, the domains in Tohoku region formed the Ouetsu-reppan alliance.
  61. On June 22, two days before the prince took any action, he sent MUTSUGE no Hiro, MURAKUNI no Oyori, and WANIBE no Kimite to Mino Province.
  62. On June 23, 1214, he instructed to rebuild Onjo-ji Temple which was burned by the monks of Enryaku-ji Temple.
  63. On June 23, 1507, Masamoto HOSOKAWA was assassinated by HOSOKAWA Sumiyuki's senior vassals, Motonaga KOZAI, Nagatada YAKUSHIJI, et al (Eisho Disturbance).
  64. On June 23, 1507, Masamoto was killed by Nagatada YAKUSHIJI and Motonaga KOZAI, who backed up Sumiyuki during the Eisho no Sakuran (Eisho Disturbance).
  65. On June 23, 1526, he died at the Imagawa residence in Sunpu.
  66. On June 23, 1864, Hikojiro UCHIYAMA was assassinated by an unknown assailant.
  67. On June 23, 1874, he became lieutenant general and was appointed as Chief Commissioner of Hokkaido Ex-legionary.
  68. On June 23, 1904, Michitoshi was awarded with the Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun.
  69. On June 23, 1928, he died at home in Tera-machi, Kitsuki City, Hayami County, Oita Prefecture.
  70. On June 23, 675, OKIDA no Esaka became very sick and did not have much time left until his death.
  71. On June 23, 938, he was transferred to Dainagon (chief councilor of state).
  72. On June 23, Perry returned to Naha, leaving yet another part of his squadron behind before setting sail for Japan on July 2, leading 3 ships.
  73. On June 23, Shigehira was beheaded on the bank of Kizu-gawa River in Kyoto Prefecture and had his head left to be viewed by the public in front of the gate of Hannya-ji Temple.
  74. On June 23, the detached 3rd brigade led by Major General KAWAJI, which had defeated the Satsuma army in the southern Oguchi, entered Miyanojo and attacked the Satsuma army on the other side and in the downstream area of the Sendai-gawa River.
  75. On June 24 of the same year, Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) OTOMO no Sukune Yasumaro became the head of the Ministry for Military Affairs.
  76. On June 24 of the year of Jinshin (672, in old lunar calendar), Oama no Miko went to the east to raise his army, then, Maguta followed him while letting Fukei stay home.
  77. On June 24, 1293, he assumed Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lowere Grade).
  78. On June 24, 1572, in the Battle of Kizakibaru, he served as the keeper of Kakuto-jo Castle where the lawful wife and heir Kakujumaru of Yoshihiro SHIMAZU lived, and in cooperation with reinforcements from Iino-jo Castle headed by Yoshikata TOYA, repulsed the army of the Ito clan.
  79. On June 24, 1605, he was finally banished from Mt. Koya.
  80. On June 24, 1830, he was born as the eldest son of Nariyasu MAEDA, the 12th lord of the Kaga Domain.
  81. On June 24, 1869, he surrendered.
  82. On June 24, 1965, he was born in Yamashina, Kyoto City.
  83. On June 24, 702, Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) OTOMO no Sukune Yasumaro became head of the Minister for Military Affairs.
  84. On June 24, 752 in the reign of Emperor Shomu, he was granted Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade), and on December 17 in the same year, he was appointed to Shimotsuke no kuni no kami (the governor of Shimotsuke Province).
  85. On June 24, 868, also assumed the position of Bicchu no kami (the governor of Bicchu Province).
  86. On June 24, 868, he left the position of Sakone no chujo, and was appointed to the post of Sakone no taisho (Western Commander), held concurrently with his other posts.
  87. On June 24, 986, he became Sessho and the head of the Fujiwara clan by Imperial proclamation while still serving as U-daijin.
  88. On June 24, Okida no Esaka was dispatched from Yoshino to inform two Princes that they should escape Otsu and meet their father in the Ise Province.
  89. On June 24, after the assassination of Masamoto, Nagatada and Motonaga conspired to kill Sumimoto HOSOKAWA.
  90. On June 24, he issued the 'Proclamation of the New Order.'
  91. On June 24th during the year of Mizunoe-Saru (one of the Oriental Zodiac signs), having decided to declare war on the Imperial Court of Omi, Prince Oama departed from the Yoshinomiya Imperial Palace and hurriedly headed east for his own palace of Uda.
  92. On June 24th, 672, Prince Oama who had retreated to the Yoshinomiya Imperial House, hurriedly left with his wife UNO no Sarara (Emperor Jito) to Togoku where the troops were being gathered.
  93. On June 24th, 672, Umate departed from the Yoshinomiya Imperial House under the orders of Prince Oama (Emperor Tenmu).
  94. On June 25, 1473, he entered priesthood.
  95. On June 25, 1485, he was appointed to Juichii (Junior First Rank).
  96. On June 25, 1626, Kumahime died in the Himeji Castle (Myoko-in Temple Kaiyo Yukei).
  97. On June 25, 1709, Nagashige resigned his position due to suffering from an eye disease.
  98. On June 25, 1729, he died at age 45 and his third son Masato succeeded him.
  99. On June 25, 1802, he was adopted by Kagehiro MIKAMI, a Hokumen no bushi, who was on his death-bed.
  100. On June 25, 1863, after the deadline for the expulsion of foreigners that had been set by the shogunate upon the demand of the imperial court, the Choshu clan fired cannons at foreign ships in the Kanmon-Kaikyo Strait, but was overwhelmingly defeated by the American and French counter-attack.
  101. On June 25, 1871, he resigned as both Jingi haku and Senkyo Chokan, and was assigned to Jako no ma shiko (emperor's personal attendant in Jako room).
  102. On June 25, 1946, at the beginning of consideration of the Constitution of Japan in the Lower House, Prime Minister Shigeru YOSHIDA referred to Charter Oath.
  103. On June 25, 1959, Uji Tawara Jidosha became a member of the Keihan group of companies, and changed its name to Keihan Uji Kotsu.
  104. On June 25, 1966 the revision of the National Holiday Law was enacted to establish "National Foundation Day" (建国記念の日).
  105. On June 25, 680, Prince Takechi, together with Prince Otsu, was sent to make a call of condolence when a priest called Koso of Asuka-dera Temple died.
  106. On June 25, 766 the same day when Bunkyo KUDARA was appointed as the governor of Dewa Province, Iwatate was appointed as his assistant.
  107. On June 25, 915, he was transferred to Okura-sho (Ministry of the Treasury) under the Okurasho ritsuryo system (alternatively, Okura-sho under the in Okurasho ritsuryo system).
  108. On June 25, he was ordered to serve at the court-martial, and on October 12 of the same year, he received the sixth grade order of the Rising Sun of Silver Rays with a pension of 70 yen.
  109. On June 25, he was promoted to Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade), and retained his position as Ukone no Gon no chujo.
  110. On June 25, the bakufu never carried out any action; however, Choshu Domain believed in the words of bakufu and they themselves started expelling foreigners by firing on the ships of the United States that were passing the Straits of Shimonoseki (the Shimonoseki War).
  111. On June 26, 1535, he was reassigned to the post of Sakone no shosho (Minor Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  112. On June 26, 1682, Nagashige obtained an increase of his kirimai by 1,000 pyo, which made the total of his kirimai 1,500 pyo.
  113. On June 26, 1925
  114. On June 26, 923, he was given a concurrent appointment as an officer in Shikibu-sho (the Ministry of Ceremonial).
  115. On June 26, Senge was issued to appoint him as Jusangu (one of the highest ranks of court noble, standing on equal ground with members of imperial family).
  116. On June 26, he was allowed to attend meetings held at the inner palace.
  117. On June 26, punishment for prisoners was determined and nine persons were sentenced to exile: Tokitada, Tokizane, Nobumoto, Tadaaki, Yoshihiro, Zenshin, Chukai, Noen, and Gyomei.
  118. On June 26, the Raigeki-tai troop set up a battle formation in the south of Oguchi and fought the government army in Sogi and in Hishikari, but could not reverse the situation and was forced to retreat towards the south with the Koshin-tai troop led by SAGARA and the Shinbu-tai troop led by NAKAJIMA.
  119. On June 26th, 1687, Jintayu TATARA, a vassal of the AKITA family, was sentenced to death because Kihin AKITA (the heir of Suehisa AKITA, middle inner page, a direct retainer of Edo bakufu) shot a dart with a blowgun at a swallow.
  120. On June 27 Mitsuzumi TONAI was beheaded and his head was on public display.
  121. On June 27, 1251, he was elevated to Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  122. On June 27, 1565, his father Tanekiyo died in the Eiroku Battle with the lord Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA as Yoshiteru's attendant.
  123. On June 27, 1649, she died in Kyoto.
  124. On June 27, 2005, the long-term conservation committee for the mural paintings of Takamatsuzuka tumulus decided to adopt this plan.
  125. On June 27, 2006, the National Tax Administration Agency pointed out an undeclared income of Izumi Soke Co., a company which manages Motoya IZUMI's performance; the amount of undeclared income was over \200M, which had been accumulated for five years until the year of 2003.
  126. On June 27, 689, Prince Shiki, SAMI no Sukunamaro, HATA no Sai, IYOBE no Umakai, TSUKI no Okina, OTOMO no Tauchi, and KOSE no Tayasu were appointed to Yogoto Tsukuri no Tsukasa.
  127. On June 27, 789 or May 26 on the old calendar, Katsuragi, who passed away in the positions of seito vice-shogun, Minbu shoyu, Shimotsuke no kami (the governor of Shimotsuke Province), Kun hachito, was granted Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  128. On June 27, Masako got angry and strongly insisted to Yoritomo that Ohime became sick and was continuously wearing out because Yoshitaka was killed with no mercy, and as a result, Mitsuzumi TONAI was killed with his head on public display.
  129. On June 27, Toshizo HIJIKATA died in battle.
  130. On June 27, Yorimori died at the age of 54 (see the entry for June 18 in the "Azuma Kagami").
  131. On June 27, at Kiyosu Castle there held a conference which decided an heir of Nobunaga and separation of left territories (Kiyosu conference).
  132. On June 27, few days after the Ikedaya incident the Imperial Court approved the Choshu soldiers coming to the capital, and that was the pretext for the petition of the discharge of the seven nobles.
  133. On June 27, five days after the incident, SAIONJI announced his intention of resignation to the Minister of Home Affairs Takashi HARA and others.
  134. On June 27, he passed away at the residence and was buried in the premises of Saifuku-ji Temple.
  135. On June 27, he was appointed as Yoki koto Erabu Tsukasa (literally, an official post to select and compile admonitions).
  136. On June 27, however, prevailed upon by Hisahide MATSUNAGA and Miyoshi Triumvirate, he attacked Nijo-gosho Palace, helped the assassination of Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA, and also expelled Christian missionaries from Kyoto (the Eiroku Incident).
  137. On June 27, tenjobito (a high-ranking courtier allowed into the Imperial Palace).
  138. On June 28 (old calendar) of the same year, soon after Nobunaga defeated the allied forces of Azai and Asakura at the Battle of Anegawa, he launched an attack on Yokoyama-jo Castle and forced the lord of the castle's Mitamura clan to surrender.
  139. On June 28, 1099 (July 18, 1099 in the modern calendar), Moromichi passed away.
  140. On June 28, 1467, Yoshizane started to go down south to Mikawa Province slightly later than Yoshifuji ("Daijoin jisha zojiki" [Miscellaneous Records of the Daijo Temple and Shrine]).
  141. On June 28, 2004, Totsukawa-mura village office declared that hot springs within Totsukawa-mura village are` 100% free-flowing hot-spring.'
  142. On June 29 (in old lunar calendar), Fukei and his comrades armed themselves at a house of Kudara (the place is unknown, although there are various theories about it), and departed from the south gate.
  143. On June 29 (in old lunar calendar), OTOMO no Fukei, who was supporting Oama no Miko, seized the army of Yamato City by an incredible strategy.
  144. On June 29 (in old lunar calendar), they sent HADA no Kuma as a false envoy; in the enemy's camp, Kuma shouted that Takechi no Miko had arrived, then the soldiers became upset, and the next instant, Fukei and dozens of soldiers ran into the camp on the horses.
  145. On June 29 he was transferred to Ukone no shosho (Minor Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards)
  146. On June 29 of the same year, the Uji-Yodo Route via Ogura began detouring services to go to Jusco Kumiyama Shopping Center-mae.
  147. On June 29, 1224, he was assigned to Rokuhara Tandai Kitakata of the bakufu.
  148. On June 29, 1868, an imperial edict was made ordering a shrine to be established on Ryozan in Higashiyama, Kyoto to enshrine the spirits of pro-imperialists (such as the Tenchu-gumi) who were killed prior to Meiji Restoration.
  149. On June 29, 1893, he was conferred the Grand Cordon of the Order of the Sacred Treasure
  150. On June 29, 2007, the Food and Drug Administration in the United States of America changed importing procedures because carcinogenic substances were detected in one quarter of eels, shrimp and catfish from China.
  151. On June 29, 672
  152. On June 29, 685, TAIMA no Mahito Hiromaro died with his rank, Jikikosan.
  153. On June 29, 882, he passed away while still active as the Jugoinoge Tanbano kuni no Suke (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade, Assistant Governor of Tanba Province).
  154. On June 29, Fukei and the others went into the camp under the zelkova tree in the west of Asuka-dera Temple and took over the command of the army after getting the betrayal.
  155. On June 29, Fukei and the others went into the camp under the zelkova tree in the west of Asuka-dera Temple and took over the command of the army after having got a betrayal.
  156. On June 29, Fukei and the others went into the camp under the zelkova tree in the west of Asuka-dera Temple and took over the command of the army after having got the betrayal.
  157. On June 29, Hada no Kuma first pretended to be an envoy and ran on a horse to spread the following false report.
  158. On June 29, Hukei organized a plot with SAKANOUE no Kumake, another guard of city, to enter the camp from outside using the name of Prince Takechi and take over the camp with some of the Kumage clan and the Wakan clan who were assured to betray the Prince Otomo.
  159. On June 29, Nobunaga went to Kyoto to prepare for dispatching troops to the Chugoku region and he stayed at Honno-ji Temple (in Kyoto) after that.
  160. On June 29, a person called HADA no Kuma rode a horse, being disguised as a messenger, to the camp of Otomo no oji and spread a false news saying, 'Takechi no miko (Prince Takechi) arrived from Fuwa (Prince Takechi's base in Mino Province, the southern part of Gifu Prefecture).'
  161. On June 29, an envoy from the Korean forces was sent to the So clan demanding among other things that they agree to convert Tsushima into a vassal state of Korea, but the So clan refused.
  162. On June 29, he was diagnosed with an atrophic kidney.
  163. On June 29, he was posthumously promoted to Daijo-daijin.
  164. On June 3 of that year, he was promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  165. On June 3, 10 ronin (Serizawa, Kondo, Keisuke YAMANAMI, Soji OKITA, Shinpachi NAGAKURA, Hajime SAITO, Kenji NOGUCHI, Genzaburo INOUE, Kai SHIMADA and Hirayama) went down to Osaka City, as it is known today, in order to clamp down on outlaw ronin.
  166. On June 3, 1065, he was promoted to Juichii (Junior First Rank) and also was assigned to Udaijin (Minister of the Right).
  167. On June 3, 1172, she was accommodated in ryonokami no yakata (a building inside Saigu Palace, which is for unmarried princesses serving at Ise-jingu Palace) due to her sudden illness, and she passed away on the same day.
  168. On June 3, 1314, he was appointed as Sakone no shosho (Minor Captain of the Left Palace Guards).
  169. On June 3, 1723, he was transferred to Yamashiro-Yodo Domain.
  170. On June 3, 1853, Matthew Perry and his four warships arrived off Uraga from the United States of America (the arrival of the Black Ships).
  171. On June 3, 1902, he received the rank of Koshaku.
  172. On June 3, 775, due to the sudden death of Imperial Prince Inoue and Imperial Prince Osabe, where they were confined, Imperial Princess Sakahito resigned her position from Saio.
  173. On June 3, 880, also assumed the position of Omi no kami.
  174. On June 3, Michikane was promoted by Imperial edict to kanpaku.
  175. On June 3, Saemon SANADA attacked the headquarters of Gosho-sama (Ieyasu) and drove out or killed warriors.'
  176. On June 3, Torataro was conferred the title of Marquis and thus raised to the peerage on the ground of his father Takamori's achievements in the Restoration, thereafter becoming a member of the House of Peers (Marquis member).
  177. On June 3, he retained his position as Sakone no daisho (Major Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  178. On June 3, the government army opened an all-out attack on Mt. Ozeki from two sides.
  179. On June 30 1241, Nakayasu TSUSHIMA issued a ruling as a bugyo (magistrate), thus Toshima's land was confiscated.
  180. On June 30, 1330 when his brother was given territory from the farther Munesue, it was stated in the letter of conveyance to take good care of Inujiromaru by providing him a salary.
  181. On June 30, 1844, Choei escaped from prison when a fire broke out at the prison.
  182. On June 30, 1945, the 24th Combine Air Corps was dismissed.
  183. On June 30, 1972
  184. On June 30, 961, he lost face because of a house search by kebiishi (a police and judicial chief) in which his second son MINAMOTO no Chikashige was arrested.
  185. On June 30, he was nominated as Shonii (Senior Second Rank), and retained his position as Gon Dainagon, Sakone no daisho, and Samaryo gogen.
  186. On June 3rd, 10 men including SERIZAWA and KONDO went to Osaka City to exercise control over "lawless Roshi Samurai's".
  187. On June 4
  188. On June 4, 1244, Yasutsuna attended as a member of Council of State for the coming-of-age ceremony of FUJIWARA no Yoritsugu, who was a successor to the Shogun family, and offered Yoritsugu a cup of sake.
  189. On June 4, 1290 (old lunar calendar), Zonkaku (Sonkaku), his eldest son, was born.
  190. On June 4, 1406, due to the death of the sixth high priest Nichiji, Nichia became the seventh high priest of the temple.
  191. On June 4, 1662, new field of 5,000 koku crop yields was given to him by his older brother, Terutsuna MATSUDAIRA.
  192. On June 4, 1860 in the end of the Edo period, he held the status of daimyo (feudal lord) who was allowed to live in a castle.
  193. On June 4, 1919, he was awarded Collar of the Supreme Order of the Chrysanthemum.
  194. On June 4, 1943, an Outline covering Wartime Clothing Simplification was decided by the Cabinet.
  195. On June 4, 756, with the demise of Shomu Daijo Tenno, Funado no Okimi was installed as the Crown Prince of Empress Koken according to the will.
  196. On June 4, Harunari KENDO, Commander of the Hitoyoshi-tai troop of the Satsuma army, and others surrendered to the headquarters of the detached 2nd brigade, together with their subordinates.
  197. On June 4, Muneharu's jijin was confirmed by Yoshiharu HORIO and Masakatsu HACHISUKA as eye witnesses, and Hideyoshi withdrew his forces from June 5 to 6 after settling the aftermath.
  198. On June 4, he was allowed shoden (access to the imperial court).
  199. On June 4, the day after Nobushige's death in the field of battle, Hideyori TOYOTOMI and his mother Yodo-dono killed themselves in Osaka-jo Castle, and the castle, of which Taiko (father of the imperial advisor) Hideyoshi was so proud, fell and went up in flames.
  200. On June 5, 1221, he settled in Nakashima-gun in Owari Province, and began to use the family name of Nakashima after the place name.
  201. On June 5, 1852, the curator of the Dutch trading house, Janus Henricus Donker Curtis, submitted "Special News" to the Magistrate of Nagasaki.
  202. On June 5, 1872, the Peruvian ship "Maria Luz (Maria Rusu)" (recorded as Maria Ruzu in Katakana in some books) heading to Peru from Macau, China, entered the Yokohama Port to repair damages from a storm.
  203. On June 5, 1896, he received a baron in recognition of the Meiji Restoration and local administrations.
  204. On June 5, 649, he was appointed as Sadaijin, which had been vacant since the death of ABE no Uchimaro, and promoted to Daishi (the fifth grade of Kan I Jusankai).
  205. On June 5, 743, Inamaro who had been Jurokuinojo (Junior Sixth Rank, Upper Grade) was granted Ge-jugoinoge (Jugoinoge [Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade] given to persons outside Kyoto) by the Emperor Shomu.
  206. On June 5, 743, he was appointed as Juichii (Junior First Rank), Sadaijin (Minister of the Left).
  207. On June 5, Imperial headquarters was set up for the first time in history.
  208. On June 5th, 820, both the Konin-Kyaku and Konin-Shiki were completed and submitted.
  209. On June 6 of the same year, he handed over the post of Shurishiki (an official in the Office of Palace Repairs) to his legitimate grandson, Kazuharu KUWAYAMA, and governed only properties yielding 10000-koku as a result of distributing properties yielding 20,000 koku and 10,000 koku to Kazuharu, and to the second son, Motoharu KUWAYAMA, respectively.
  210. On June 6, 1167, TAIRA no Shigemori of the Taira clan government (TAIRA no Kiyomori already became a priest then) was granted Japan's military and police authorities by the retired emperor Goshirakawa and the Emperor Rokujo.
  211. On June 6, 1869 both he and his father got free of the kinshin from the new Meiji government.
  212. On June 6, 1900
  213. On June 6, 1901, he died at the age of 48.
  214. On June 6, 947, he also assumed the position of Mino no Kami (Governor of Mino Province).
  215. On June 6, Nobutaka ODA, who had at one point surrendered to Hideyoshi, raised his army again, joining forces with Kazumasu TAKIGAWA and heading for the town of Gifu-jo Castle.
  216. On June 6, before Kiyomori's resignation, an informal Imperial Order to search and destroy pirates and bandits along the Tosando, Tokaido, Sanyodo and Nankaido thoroughfares was issued to Shigemori (a similar entry for the same day is found in the "Heihanki" (diary of TAIRA no Nobunori).
  217. On June 6, he was again appointed to Sakonoe no taisho.
  218. On June 6, when he was staying at Yamakawa port after the transport, Saigo had to be renamed Kichinosuke OSHIMA and also was exiled to Tokuno-shima island, and Shinpachi MURATA was exiled to Kikai-jima island (it is not Kikai-ga-shima island, namely Satsuma Io-jima island).
  219. On June 6: Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank)
  220. On June 7, 1182, he took care of Kagekado KATO who got falling-down drunk at a drinking party at Yuigahama.
  221. On June 7, 2008, the President of the Republic of Turkey, Abdullah G?l, attended the memorial ceremony during his visit to Japan.
  222. On June 7, 963, he died.
  223. On June 7, Shigetomi OHARA, accompanied by 1000 Satsuma troops led by Hisamitsu, went to Edo and started the negotiation with the bakufu.
  224. On June 7, after Kukino was taken by the government army, the Satsuma army retreated towards the Ogochi area.
  225. On June 7, he became Udaiben (Major Controller of the Right), taking the post of Sangi concurrently, and on June 25, he became Ukyo no daibu (Master of the Western Capital Offices), resulting in taking three posts, Sangi, Udaiben and Ukyo no daibu concurrently.
  226. On June 7, he was appointed to Kurodo dokoro no betto (Superintendent of the Chamberlain's Office) concurrently.
  227. On June 7th, Nagashige was appointed as roju by the bakufu while being in Kyoto as Kyoto-shoshidai.
  228. On June 7th, he was given the First Rank and became a Daijo daijin after his death. (There is a presumption that he was given the title of Minister of the Left.)
  229. On June 8 (April 21 in old lunar calendar), Yoshitaka escaped Kamakura disguising himself as his wife.
  230. On June 8 of the same year, he turned over control of the family to his son, Takakuni KYOGOKU, changed his name to Anchikendogu, and moved to present day Anchi, Miyazu City with 10,000 koku as his retirement stipend.
  231. On June 8, 1654, when his father retired, he succeeded his father as the head of the family and acceded to the lord.
  232. On June 8, 1709, he was promoted to the position of shonii (senior second rank) and was transferred to the position of naidaijin (minister of the interior).
  233. On June 8, 1733, he visited the ruins of Azuch-jo Castle where Nobunaga ODA had resided.
  234. On June 8, 1848, SHO Tai ascended the throne at the tender age of 4 (in his 6th year).
  235. On June 8, 1862, they were canonized for saints by Pope Pius IX (pope) and added to the list of saints.
  236. On June 8, 1864, he was promoted to Jugoinojo.
  237. On June 8, 1869, the Aomori army lined up at Esashi in Ezo.
  238. On June 8, 1951, the Empress Teimei received the posthumous title, Empress Teimei.
  239. On June 8, 756, Emperor Shomu (the retired Emperor Shomu at that time) died.
  240. On June 8, 756, the Retired Emperor Shomu died.
  241. On June 8, 990, his father Michitaka succeeded his grandfather Kaneie as Sessho (Regent), and in October 990, his younger sister of the same mother Teishi became chugu (the second consort of an emperor); accordingly, he was also promoted by leaps and bounds as the legitimate son of the Sekkan family.
  242. On June 8, Yoshinari joined the assault on Tezutsuyama-jo Castle in Echizen province, which was controlled by the Asakura clan, who had been trying to encircle Nobunaga in response to a request by Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA, who himself had experienced a deep rift with Nobunaga over his handling of the government.
  243. On June 9 in the same year (the old calendar), Kagenaka NAGAO and Sukekiyo OTA attempted to launch a coup d'etat by invading Kamakura with 500 horse soldiers.
  244. On June 9, 1185, after strong petitioning by the Nanto priests, who hated Yakiuchi, Shigehira was handed over to Nanto. He departed Kamakura under the guard of MINAMOTO no Yorikane.
  245. On June 9, 1236, he was assigned as Gon Dainagon (provisional chief councilor of state).
  246. On June 9, 1565, he was given a letter '義' from the name of the 13th Shogun Yoshiteru (義輝) ASHIKAGA and renamed himself Yoshishige (義重), and also was appointed to Sakyo no Daibu (the chief of the public office which supervised the east half of Kyoto) by Yoshiteru's suggestion to the Emperor.
  247. On June 9, 1689, his sister Keishoin entered the residence of Honjo clan, and he was given an additional 10,000 koku on November.
  248. On June 9, 1870, the next year, he died in battle at the top of Hakodate-yama Mountain.
  249. On June 9, 1896
  250. On June 9, 1896, Chief Abbot Ryukyo SHIBUTANI was granted the title of Baron and made a member of the nobility.
  251. On June 9, 1951, it was designated a national treasure under the Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties as 'One Statue of Mokuzo Kannon Bosatsu Ryu-zo.'
  252. On June 9, 1972, he died of uremia and kidney failure.
  253. On June 9, 2008, the early-modern graveyard research group led by Hideichi SAKAZUME excavated the mausoleum of the Tokugawa family of Kanei-ji Temple in the precinct of the Yanaka graveyard, for its renovation work.
  254. On June 9, 799, two persons were assigned to Junior Assistant Lieutenant of the Left and the Right Divisions, and the rank of Senior Assistant Lieutenant was upgraded to Shohachiinojo (Senior Eighth Rank, Upper Grade); the rank of Junior Assistant Lieutenant was also upgraded to Juhachiinojo (Junior Eighth Rank, Upper Grade).
  255. On June 9, 820, both the Konin-kyaku Code and the Konin-shiki Code were submitted.
  256. On June 9, he died of congestion of the brain at his temporary residence in Fujishiro-cho, Honjo.
  257. On June 9, he was transferred to the position of Benkan.
  258. On June 9, this concurrent post was changed from Shikibu gon no taifu to an officer in Shikibu-sho (the Ministry of Ceremonial).
  259. On June of the same year, Naramaro was assigned to benkan (officials of the dajokan).
  260. On June the following year, 1560, after he unified Owari Province, Yoshimoto IMAGAWA invaded Owari Province.
  261. On June, 1843, the following year, he quitted the priesthood to aim for the restoration of the study of Japanese classical literature and pledge his loyalty to the Emperor.
  262. On June, 782:
  263. On June, 794:
  264. On Kabuki (the upper crossbar which connects the both-sides pole of a gate), oigata shape decoration (a scriptural decoration) can be seen.
  265. On Kakaka Bisanmaei Sowaka (? 訶訶訶 尾娑摩曳 娑婆訶)
  266. On Katsumoto's reporting about this, Emperor Gotsuchimikado ordered him through messengers, Yoshinobu KIRA and Dainagon (chief councilor of state) Kimiharu SANJO, to clearly announce the name of busho while taking the western side and to expelling them.
  267. On Kikai Island in the Amami Islands, a legend is told recounting that Sukemori, being defeated in battle, sought refuge on the island.
  268. On Kimpusen Mountain, Esoteric Buddhism, Mappo-shiso (the "end of the world" belief), and Jodo-shinko (the Pure Land faith) started to merge into mountain worship around this period, attracting people's religious belief.
  269. On Kisagata, 'It reminded me of Matsushima but there was a difference.
  270. On Kitayama (the Northern Hills) of Kyoto, Yoshimitsu constructed a villa, which was later called Rokuon-ji Temple (more commonly, Kinkaku-ji Temple), so the culture around then is occasionally called Kitayama culture after the location.
  271. On Kobukuro-zaka Slope, situated on a mountain, Sadamitsu HORIGUCHI, on the side of Yoshisada forces, attacked Moritoki AKAHASHI, on the side of the Kamakura bakufu, and on Kewai-zaka Slope, situated in the center of Kamakura, the main forces led by Yoshisada NITTA and Yoshisuke WAKIYA attacked Sadayuki HOJO.
  272. On Korean Peninsula, which was the battle field, public safety deteriorate because of disorderly governance in addition to battles between troops of Japan, Korea, and Ming as well as their presence there.
  273. On March 1 in the same year, since the Saiga three groups (Mikarami) came to cooperate with Nobunaga, added with the Negoro shu who had previously joined the Oda side, Nobunaga announced a large-scale mobilization in order to capture the remaining two Saiga groups, that is, Saigaso and Jikkago.
  274. On March 1 of the following year, the Saika Mikarami shu (local military group) and Sugi no Bo of Negoro-ji Temple in Kii Province, who had cooperated to Hongan-ji Temple, promised a betrayal.
  275. On March 1, 1552, he was born in Mino to be the fourth son of Hisamori SENGOKU, a Gozoku (local ruling family) of Mino.
  276. On March 1, 1582, Nobukimi ANAYAMA in the Takeda family contacted Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, and defected to the Oda side.
  277. On March 1, 1582, Nobutada ODA placed Takato-jo Castle kept by Morinobu NISHINA, brother of Katsuyori TAKEDA, under siege.
  278. On March 1, 1820, he was appointed to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  279. On March 1, 1840, she was married to Imperial Prince Kaninnomiya Naruhito.
  280. On March 1, 1844, he was born at edohantei (residence maintained by a daimyo in Edo) of the Saijo Domain as the sixth son of Yorisato MATSUDAIRA, the ninth lord of the Saijo Domain in Iyo Province.
  281. On March 1, 1896, the party finally merged with some groups that advocated the expansion of the sovereignty, including Rikken Kakushin-to and Ote Kurabu, to form a unified party Shimpo-to.
  282. On March 1, 1945, it became independent as 'Nara Naval Air Corps'.
  283. On March 1, 2006, Hashimoto City, and Koyaguchi-cho town of Ito-gun were integrated to form Hashimoto City.
  284. On March 1, 763, he became Ise no kami (the governor of Ise Province).
  285. On March 1, 811, he was awarded Ge-jugoinoge (Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) given to persons outside Kyoto), and on March 15 of the same year, assumed Daigaku no suke (assistant director of the Bureau of Education) and Sagaminokuni no jo (provincial governor of Sagami) in addition to Kiden hakase.
  286. On March 1, 864, also assumed the position of Bizen Gon no kami.
  287. On March 1, 864, he was appointed as Sangi, and retained the position of Sakone no chujo.
  288. On March 1, 949, he served concurrently as Iyo no Gon no kami (Provisional governor of Iyo Province).
  289. On March 1, 949, he was appointed to Bizen no suke (Assistant Governor of Bizen Province) concurrently (some says Iyo no gon no suke (provisional vice governor of Iyo Province)).
  290. On March 1, 998, Hyobukyo (minister of war).
  291. On March 1, Kounsai TAKEDA and other core members were beheaded in the precincts of the Raiko-ji Temple first and a total of 353 members were beheaded by March 20.
  292. On March 1, an inaugural ceremony was held at Tokyo Kaikan Hall and he was appointed the first administrative director of directors.
  293. On March 10 (day of Mito) of each year, 'natto hayagui taikai' (literally, a competition of eating natto quickly) is held.
  294. On March 10 (old lunar calendar), a religious service for one thousand copies of Hoke-kyo Sutra (the Lotus Sutra) was held splendidly at Nijoin as part of a vow made by Murasaki no ue.
  295. On March 10, 1127: conferred the court rank of Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and is appointed Mimasaka no kami (Governor of Mimasaka Province).
  296. On March 10, 1531, Harumoto's chief retainer, Motonaga MIYOSHI, turned against him and delivered a crushing defeat in the Battle of Settsu Nakajima.
  297. On March 10, 1539, he became a Sangi (Royal Advisor).
  298. On March 10, 1560 he was transferred to the post of Danjo Shohitsu.
  299. On March 10, 1585, Hideyoshi was assigned as Sei- nii and Nai-daijin by Imperial Court.
  300. On March 10, 1601, his father Nobumasa was awarded 100,000 koku in the Kano Domain, Mino Province in recognition of his public safety operation in Kyoto after the victory of the Battle of Sekigahara.
  301. On March 10, 1616, during the late years of Ieyasu, the director of a British merchant office in Japan, Richard Cocks wrote in his diary as follows;
  302. On March 10, 1732, he died.
  303. On March 10, 1846, he left the position as Togu no fu due to Emperor Komei's accession to the throne.
  304. On March 10, 1867, Kashitaro ITO seceded from Shinsengumi (a group who guarded Kyoto during the end of Tokugawa Shogunate) because of differences in ideology, and formed Goryo-eji by attracting members from Shinsengumi who shared the same aims as his own.
  305. On March 10, 1879, the Emperor Meiji published 'Imperial Thoughts on Diligence and Thriftiness' to criticize the government's financial policy and also ordered Motoda to write 'Imperial Thoughts on Education' to criticize its education policy.
  306. On March 10, 1891, married Kiku Kabashima.
  307. On March 10, 1942, Shikishima Village of Shiki County was incorporated into Sakurai Town.
  308. On March 10, 2006, it was announced by the Yamatokoriyama board of education that Jujo-oji Street was certainly constructed in Heijo-kyo.
  309. On March 10, 823, Kukai was ordered to ghostwrite the will.
  310. On March 10, the second daughter Yayoi was born.
  311. On March 10th, 1536 (Tenbun 5), Yoshiteru was born to the 12th shogun Yoshiharu ASHIKAGA as his first son in the Nanzen-ji Temple in Higashiyama.
  312. On March 10th, a written petition signed by 17 men (according to another story, by 24 men) was submitted to Aizu Clan.
  313. On March 11
  314. On March 11, 1003, he took the post of Harima gon no kami (provisional governor of Harima Province).
  315. On March 11, 1160, the same day when his brother, Yoritomo, was exiled to Izu, he was exiled to Keranosho in Tosa Province (present day Kera, Kochi City, Kochi Prefecture).
  316. On March 11, 1167, transferred to the Ukonoe no Gon no Shosho (acting minor captain of the Right Division of Headquarters of Inner Palace Guard).
  317. On March 11, 1184, MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka was destroyed by the attack of the army of MINAMOTO no Noriyori and Yoshitsune (Battle of Uji-gawa River).
  318. On March 11, 1184, transferred to the position of Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state).
  319. On March 11, 1187, promoted to Junii (Junior Second Rank) and retained his position as Gon Chunagon.
  320. On March 11, 1576, with Mitsunobu KARASUMARU and Kanekatsu HIROHASHI, he accompanied Tokitsugu YAMASHINA and Tokitsune YAMASHINA on a visit to Sadakatsu MURAI.
  321. On March 11, 1582, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA and Baisetsu ANAYAMA met with Nobutada ODA, and discussed the future.
  322. On March 11, 1582, he committed suicide in Tenmoku-zan Mountain.
  323. On March 11, 1671, "Sanefusa TOKUDAIJI" resigned Naidaijin (Minister of the Center), so instead, Fuyutsune assumed Naidaijin on September 3 at the age of 21.
  324. On March 11, 1709, he passed away at the age of 60.
  325. On March 11, 1776, she went down to the Satsuma Domain; in August of 1789, her nickname was changed from Ochimanokata (or Ochimasama) to Gonaishosama (refer to "Shimazu-ke Reccho Seido" Vol. 27, Ch.1678 and 1732).
  326. On March 11, 2007 when the tourists calmed down, 'Sannan-ki (memorial service for Sannan)' was held to mourn Keisuke SANNAN in the neighborhood of the former Maekawa residence, and a memorial event was held where offering of incense was made in the room where Keisuke SANNAN committed Seppuku.
  327. On March 11, 753, Hironari died as Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade, the Governor of Musashi Province, which was the end of his extraordinary life.
  328. On March 11, 968, he was promoted to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and shifted to chunagon (some say it was on June 8).
  329. On March 11, Senge was issued appointing him as Fujiwarashi (Toshi) choja.
  330. On March 11, in order to break through the line of defense at Tabaru Slope, the government army was divided into the main force and the detached force.
  331. On March 12 in the same year, a renovation facility was completed in Asuka Historical National Government Park.
  332. On March 12, 1862, Kangyoin and Princess Kazunomiya arrived at the inner palace of Edo Castle and met Tenshoin (the mother-in-law of the 14th generation General Iemochi), Jitsujoin (the real mother of Iemochi), and Honjuin (the real mother of the 13th generation General Iesada).
  333. On March 12, 2007 Kamo-cho was merged with Yamashiro-cho (Kyoto Prefecture) and Kizu-cho, thereby forming Kizugawa City.
  334. On March 12, 2007, Kizu-cho was consolidated with Yamashiro-cho (Kyoto Prefecture) and Kamo-cho (Kyoto Prefecture) into Kizugawa City.
  335. On March 12, 2007, the three suburbs of Kizu-cho, Kamo-cho and Yamashiro-cho in Soraku-gun (Kyoto Prefecture) merged to become Kizugawa City.
  336. On March 12, 2007, this town merged with Kizu-cho and Kamo-cho (Kyoto Prefecture) to become Kizugawa City.
  337. On March 12, 593, Omiwanokimi shiratsutsumi enshrined Sono-kami by Imperial order, which was the origin of the shrine.
  338. On March 12, 708, Dainagon (Major Councilor) Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) OTOMO no Sukune Yasumaro was promoted to Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) and left the position of Dazai no sochi.
  339. On March 12, 931, he also assumed the position of Bingo no Suke (Assistant Governor of Bingo Province).
  340. On March 12, 967, Omi no suke (assistant governor of Omi Province)
  341. On March 12, A minister to France, Leon Roches, had a meeting with Osaka-based other foreign ministers and provided a protest note to the Japanese government, which consisted of five articles requesting the beheading of the murderers, government apology, compensations, and so forth.
  342. On March 12, a struggle for Daniyama started.
  343. On March 12, he resigned as kanpaku, Toshi choja (head of the Fujiwara clan), the top rank, and retained his position as nairan.
  344. On March 13, 1147, he went into religion, being called Jokaku.
  345. On March 13, 1157, he rose to the rank of Shonii and retained his position as Gon no dainagon and Saemon no kami.
  346. On March 13, 1162, she underwent the imperial formal ceremony and became chugu; her younger half brother Kanezane KUJO was appointed to "Chugu daibu" (Master of the Consort's Household).
  347. On March 13, 1172, TAIRA no Tokuko, the consort of Emperor Takakura, newly got "Sakuryu" (imperial investiture) of chugu, so Muneko's title was changed to empress.
  348. On March 13, 1172: because the Empress became Dowager Empress, his position changed from Kogogu daibu to Kotaigo gu no daibu.
  349. On March 13, 1326, Takatoki became a priest because of illness, which led to Karyaku no Sodo (Karyaku Rebellion): the power struggle between the Nagasaki family (uchikanrei) and the Adachi family (the Hojo's maternal relative) over the succession to the Tokuso Family.
  350. On March 13, 14, he had an interview with Kaishu KATSU, and had negotiated the bloodless surrender of Edo Castle.
  351. On March 13, 1510, he was appointed Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and became a Jiju (Chamberlain).
  352. On March 13, 1988
  353. On March 13, 2001, its introduction was announced as a special limited express train for the tourist seasons, replacing the special express 'Sagano Express' that had been operated in the tourist seasons, and the service began on March 24 as the spring 'Special Limited Express.'
  354. On March 13, 708, Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) OTOMO no Sukune Yasumaro became Dainagon (Major Council).
  355. On March 13, 708, Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) OTOMO no Sukune Yasumaro became Dainagon (Major Councilor).
  356. On March 13, 708, he rose to the official rank of Shogoinojo (Senior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) and became Zogukyo (the head of the Ministry where officials planned to construct and refurbish the Imperial Palace).
  357. On March 13, 731 or January 27 on the old calendar, he was appointed to Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade.
  358. On March 13, 924, he was transferred to Minbu shojo (Junior Secretary of the Ministry of Popular Affairs) in Kyoto.
  359. On March 13, Nobunaga urged Yamato-shu including Junkei TSUTSUI to join the army for the conquest of the Takeda clan.
  360. On March 13, he received an order to go to Shimonoseki with Shinpachi MURATA, and made his first departure.
  361. On March 13, he was assigned as Sakone gon no shosho (Provisional Minor Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  362. On March 13, the Hatano and Miyoshi armies joined together at Yamazakijo Castle; on March 14, faced the army of Takakuni HOSOKAWA across the Katsura-gawa River.
  363. On March 13th, 710, INBE no Sukune Kobito was appointed as the Director of Izumo Province.
  364. On March 13th, 710, Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) INBE no Sukune Kobito became the Director of Izumo Province.
  365. On March 13th, Saigo, who had just arrived to Edo, and Katsu, who had arrived much earlier than Saigo, they were two of the representatives from each party present at the initial negotiation meeting.
  366. On March 14, 1186, Senge was issued to appoint him as Sessho.
  367. On March 14, 1561, he was born in Iinoya, Totoumi Province (modern day Iinoya Inasa Kita Ward, Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Prefecture), the first son to Naochika II, a vassal of the Imagawa clan,.
  368. On March 14, 1701, when Asano Takumi no Kami, his lord, injured Kira Kozukenosuke, Nobukiyo stayed in Edo because he was accompanying the lord of the domain for Sankin-kotai (alternate-year residence in Edo).
  369. On March 14, 1864, when he was allowed to return to the secular life (exclaustration), he re-succeeded to the Fushiminomiya family and was again called Kuniie.
  370. On March 14, 1870, Murata, together with Iwao OYAMA, followed Takamori SAIGO to the Choshu domain, inspected the mayhem of deserting Kiheitai troops, and saw Hiroatsu MORI, the domain governor.
  371. On March 14, 1870, it was announced to the citizens of Kyoto that the emperor's return to Kyoto would be delayed citing the suppression of Tohoku which had not been taken over yet, bad harvest, and the lack of national funds.
  372. On March 14, 1954, the All Japan Shinai Sport Federation and the All Japan Kendo Federation merged into the All Japan Kendo Federation.
  373. On March 14, 1985
  374. On March 14, 1992
  375. On March 14, 2008
  376. On March 14, 2009
  377. On March 14, 411 Kugyo and lords signed on it and the others did it later.
  378. On March 14, 885, also assumed the position of Mutsu Dewa Azechi (investigator of Mutsu and Dewa Province).
  379. On March 14, 964, he was appointed to Bizen no kami (Governor of Bizen Province).
  380. On March 14, 989, he took the post of Iyo no suke (assistant governor of Iyo Province).
  381. On March 14, he was also assigned to Kotaigo (Empress Dowager) (Yasuko TAKATSUKASA, nyogo [a high-ranking lady in the court of the Emperor Ninko]) Gon no daibu (provisional master) at the same time.
  382. On March 14, the government army started to attack Tabaru Slope but, after all, could not occupy Mt. Yokohira.
  383. On March 14, the same month, Kawatsugu was captured while he was hiding in Katsujo County, Yamato Province.
  384. On March 15, 1312, he resigned as Kebiishi no Betto and Sahyoe-no-kami.
  385. On March 15, 1929
  386. On March 15, 2003
  387. On March 15, 2008
  388. On March 15, 2008, the south side line between Hanaten and Kyuhoji Station, a part of the Joto Goods Line, opened in ahead of schedule.
  389. On March 15, 768 or February 18 on the old calendar, Itaji, who became Jushiinoge (Junior Forth Rank, Lower Grade), was appointed to Goefu (five guards) of Konoeheiryosei, Imperial Guard System, and on December 2 or October 15 (old calendar), he was appointed to Jushiijo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade).
  390. On March 15, 768, he became Yamato no kami (the governor of Yamato Province).
  391. On March 15, 771, within a month, FUJIWARA no Nagate died, and FUJIWARA no Yoshitsugu from Shiki family took a governmental post and assumed the reins of government, the destiny of Crown prince Osabe changed drastically.
  392. On March 15, 780, he became Sangi (councillor).
  393. On March 15, 951, he was transferred to Sadaiben (major controller of the left).
  394. On March 15, he doubled as Daigaku no kami.
  395. On March 15, he sent a messenger to Kyoto to gain the appointment to the office of Udaisho (Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards), but he changed the order into gaining the office of Sadaisho without fail.
  396. On March 15, the Second Mine Survey Committee was established.
  397. On March 15, the government army finally broken the defense of the Satsuma army and occupied Mt. Yokohira (Mt. Nachi.)
  398. On March 15th, 692, Vice-Councilor of State (equivalent to Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade) Takechimaro, submitted a report and called to cancel the trip by remonstrating against the Emperor's Imperial visit to Ise Province which would have interrupted harvesting.
  399. On March 15th, he was made a Sangi (councillor), was also appointed Sakone no chujo (Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards), and was named Seii Taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") by imperial proclamation.
  400. On March 16, 1016, Imperial Prince Atsuakira became the crown prince of Emperor Goichijo.
  401. On March 16, 1016, he was assigned to the post of Shikibukyo (Director of the Minister of Ceremonies).
  402. On March 16, 1016, the Emperor Sanjo abdicated, and the Imperial Prince Atsunakira succeeded to the throne (accession to the throne on March 24 of the same year; Emperor Goichijo).
  403. On March 16, 1201, while Tomomasa was serving as Obanyaku in Kyoto, his Sanjo Higashinotoin camp was attacked by Nagamochi JO, who called for a decree from the Imperial Court to attack the Kanto region.
  404. On March 16, 1213, a rebellion by gokenin was revealed.
  405. On March 16, 1568, he was appointed as the fourteenth Shogun by the Imperial Court through a recommendation by the Miyoshi sanninshu.
  406. On March 16, 1582, Nobutoyo TAKEDA was killed by his disloyal vassal, Kakuunsai (Nobutsune) SHIMOSONE, and Nobushige OYAMADA was also executed at Kai-Zenko-ji Temple on the grounds of having betrayed his master.
  407. On March 16, 1667, he was awarded 1000-koku mainly from Gamo Country, Omi Province.
  408. On March 16, 1840, he was born as the first son of Ichiroemon and Ei in Chiaraijima Villiage, Musashi Province (present day Fukaya City, Saitama Prefecture).
  409. On March 16, 1885, Datsu-A Ron was published as an editorial in the newspaper "Jiji Shinpo."
  410. On March 16, 1942, the first trial decision was guilty for defamation of royalty.
  411. On March 16, a truce was made to consolidate the lines.
  412. On March 16, following Yoshiharu ASHIKAGA, Takakuni HOSOKAWA fled to Sakamoto.
  413. On March 16, he became Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade).
  414. On March 16, he proclaimed Sessho (Regent).
  415. On March 16, he was reassigned as Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state).
  416. On March 16, the twenty retainers of the Tosa Domain were executed in the seppuku style at Myokoku-ji Temple of Sakai City in accordance with the sentence announced by the Osaka Court.
  417. On March 1681, he received an official appointment to become Edo Kanda-basi Bridge goban (person on duty) from Bakufu.
  418. On March 17, 1015, he took the post of Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state).
  419. On March 17, 1737, it was proclaimed that kyoho-gin and keicho-gin were stopped in January 1738, but it was postponed to the end of April in 1738.
  420. On March 17, 1904, he wa awarded Shoichii (Senior First Rank).
  421. On March 17, 1970, coups by Lon NOL defeated the monarchy of King Norodom SIHANOUK while he was travelling abroad, and the Khmer Republic was established.
  422. On March 17, 2009, at the noyaki conducted in a field in Yufuin-cho, Yufu City, Oita Prefecture, 4 participants were burned to death and 2 people sustained minor and serious injuries.
  423. On March 17, 675, the following year, Tochi no Himemiko and Princess Ahe (later Empress Genmei) visited Ise-jingu Shrine.
  424. On March 17, 956, he served concurrently as Sanuki gon no kami (provisional governor of Sanuki Province).
  425. On March 17, Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa ordered an Imperial decree to Yoritomo - to hunt down and kill the Heike family (the Taira clan family) and to recover the Three Sacred Treasures of the Imperial Family, which were taken by the Taira clan when they left Kyoto.
  426. On March 17, Daijokan (Grand Council of State) appointed 600 retainers of the Katakura clan, who resided in Kakuda City, as Kanzoku of the Hokkaido Development Commissioner.
  427. On March 17, Imperial Prince Yamashinanomiya Akira, governor-general of foreign affairs, together with Munenari DATE, an official of Osaka garrison and foreign affairs, visited the French warship to apologize for the incident and paid the compensation of 150 thousand dollars.
  428. On March 17, he was promoted to the court rank of Jusangu (honorary rank next to the three Empresses: Great Empress Dowager, Empress Dowager, and Empress).
  429. On March 17, the government army started to attack the west side and front side.
  430. On March 17th, 682, INBE no Muraji Kobito and others were given the order to compile materials contained in Teiki and Joko.
  431. On March 17th, 682, the Emperor ordered the compilation of matters contained in Teiki and Joko at the Taianden Hall.
  432. On March 18 in 1595, Yoshitsuna SHIONOYA was ordered by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI to accept 'kaieki' sanction (sudden dismissal and deprivation of position, privileges and properties).
  433. On March 18, 1184, two Shoguns of the Minamoto clan arrived in Settsu Province and MINAMOTO no Noriyori became Daishogun (command in chief) of the Ote army.
  434. On March 18, 1898, he passed away at the age of 91.
  435. On March 18, 1993
  436. On March 18, 2006, a Buddhist service was held to celebrate the construction of the temple and the installation of the Buddhist statue.
  437. On March 18, 2007, the operation pattern of trains on the Sagano Line was significantly changed, and the trains for Sonobe Station restarted to leave and arrive at Platform 2 during the daytime.
  438. On March 18, he received the castle from Kuranosuke TSURUMI, Karo (chief retainer) of the Mizutani family, bloodlessly.
  439. On March 18, he was allowed to access to the Imperial Court.
  440. On March 18, he was shifted to Ukone no shosho (Minor Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  441. On March 18, in the headquarters of the main force of the government army, those including Major General Shizuo NOZU (1st Brigadier), Major General Shigeomi MIYOSHI (2nd Brigadier), Chief of Staff, Colonel Michitsura NOZU, and Major General Iwao OYAMA from the Takase punitive headquarters held the General Staff Council.
  442. On March 18, she became Bunin (consort of the emperor) and in May 783 was installed as Empress.
  443. On March 18, the 1st unit of Shohaigun, which was the detached 2nd brigade (later, renamed detached 1st brigade) led by Colonel Tomonosuke TAKASHIMA (later Major General), left Nagasaki toward Yatsushiro.
  444. On March 18, the Koya army attacked the Tawa-jo Castle and the fort of Yamato guchi which the Tsutsui army guarded.
  445. On March 1828, he celebrated his coming of age and was given the name Tadayuki by Narioki, his ceremonial father.
  446. On March 18: He began the publication of Toyo Jiyu Shinbun journal with Chomin NAKAE and others.
  447. On March 19, 1154, he was transferred to the office of Gon no chunagon and appointed as Saemon no kami (Captain of the Left Gate Guards).
  448. On March 19, 1189, Tokitada ended his life in his place of exile in Noto Province.
  449. On March 19, 1544, he served an additional post of Tanba no suke (Deputy Governor of Tanba Province) leaving the post of Suruga no suke.
  450. On March 19, 1587, when her husband Tadaoki went off to Kyushu, she dared to go to listen to a Catholic sermon.
  451. On March 19, 1886 he moved to the Chief of the 12th Infantry Regiment, and moved on to Infantry Army General in 1889.
  452. On March 19, 1985, it was designated as a People's Recreation Spa along with Tosenji Onsen Hot Spring and Totsukawa Onsen Hot Spring.
  453. On March 19, 1985, it was designated as a People's Recreation Spa along with Totsukawa Onsen Hot Spring and Kamiyu Onsen Hot Spring.
  454. On March 19, 1985, it was designated as one of People's Recreation Spa, along with Tosenji Onsen Hot Spring and Kamiyu Onsen Hot Spring..
  455. On March 19, 2007, when the line colors were formally introduced, all two-legged platform signposts were removed.
  456. On March 19, 701, OTOMO no Sukune Yasumaro was promoted to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) Chunagon (Middle Councilor) ("Kugyobunin").
  457. On March 19, 729, he became Gon Sangi (deputy councilor).
  458. On March 19, 850 the Emperor Nimmyo passed the Imperial Throne to Emperor Montoku due to his illness.
  459. On March 19, 983, director of Kageyu
  460. On March 19, Nobumichi ODA who was then lord of the domain and who had put off going to Kyoto to see how the situation would develop made his eldest son and heir Nobutoshi ODA go to Kyoto on account of his ill health.
  461. On March 19, he was promoted to Jushii (Junior Fourth Rank) and maintained his positions as jiju and provisional vice governor of Awa Province.
  462. On March 19, that brigade disembarked at the rear of Sugu, which was south to Hinagu, and at the rear of Yatsushiro, covered by naval bombardment, and succeeded in occupying Yatsushiro by attacking the Satsuma army on both sides.
  463. On March 1in 1204, he was brought to the Imperial Court because of a matter regarding the monks at Enryaku-ji Temple.
  464. On March 2, 1008, Korechika was raised to a rank equivalent to Daijin (Minister) and granted salary (Korechika called himself Gidosanshi after he received senji to assume Jundaijin (Vice Minister)), and it was then that he finally began to have a voice in the Court Council.
  465. On March 2, 1582, the Oda army of about 30,000 soldiers launched an all-out attack, and Morinobu NISHINA and Masayuki OYAMADA bravely fought against the Oda army, fighting fierce battles despite their small numbers.
  466. On March 2, 1892, he was appointed second lieutenant of the army infantry and ordered to attend on the 1st Infantry Regiment to be assigned to the 4th company.
  467. On March 2, 1898, he had an audience with Emperor Meiji (first audience since Taisei Hokan).
  468. On March 2, 1926, he died.
  469. On March 2, 685, he passed away during his tenure as 文昌左相同固閣鸞台三品.
  470. On March 2, 750, Taguhi who had been Shorokuinojo (Senior Sixth Rank, Upper Grade) was granted Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) by the Empress Koken.
  471. On March 2, 750, he was granted the sei (authentic surname) Ason, and after that he had presented himself as 'TACHIBANA no Ason.'
  472. On March 2, 765, Jutoei was reorganized into Konoefu and on June 5, 807, Konoefu and Chuefu became Sakonoefu and Ukonoefu as the result of the reorganization of Chuefu and Konoefu.
  473. On March 2, 918, he was transferred to Shinano gon no jo (Provisional Secretary of Shinano Province) from Kyoto.
  474. On March 2, 925, he was transferred to Minbu taijo (Senior Secretary of the Ministry of Popular Affairs).
  475. On March 2, Emperor Ichijo ordered Kebiishi no betto (Superintendent of the imperial Police) FUJIWARA no Sanesuke to raid Korechika's residence.
  476. On March 2, he was appointed to Saemon no kami (captain of the Left Division of Outer Palace Guards), concurrently.
  477. On March 2, he was appointed to the post of Awa no Gon no kami (Provisional Governor of Awa Province), held concurrently with his other posts.
  478. On March 2, he was released from his position but was saved from being exiled.
  479. On March 2, the imperial proclamation of Narichika's dismissal and recall of Tokitada and Nobunori was finally issued; the tumult came to an end.
  480. On March 20 (lunar calendar) of the same year he forgave Renso SHIMOTSUMA.
  481. On March 20 of the following year, Tokitsugu resigned from his post and became a priest.
  482. On March 20 or so, Genji held a concert performed on boats at the spring wing, and also invited the ladies-in waiting of Empress Akikonomu from the autumn wing.
  483. On March 20, 1164, however, he died before achieving his ambition.
  484. On March 20, 1257, there was a coming-of-age ceremony for Tokimune HOJO and Yasutsuna presented an arrow.
  485. On March 20, 1600, Shiwachi-jo Castle was surrendered.
  486. On March 20, 1601, Masamune who saw the situation of the Uesugi family informed in the letter to Masakage DATE that the Uesugi family leaning toward making peace with Ieyasu, was only prepared to hold the castle, but not in a situation to send the troops to Sendo-guchi Gate since he lost the will to fight.
  487. On March 20, 1611, he was promoted to Jusanmi(Junior Third Rank) councilor Sakonoe-Gonchujo (supernumerary lieutenant general of Sakon-e-fu).
  488. On March 20, 1623, Kagekatsu died in Yonezawa.
  489. On March 20, 1703, he committed suicide by disembowelment by the order of the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  490. On March 20, 1703, he committed suicide by disembowelment, assisted by Hanbei OSHIMA, a vassal of the Matsudaira family.
  491. On March 20, 1703, the bakufu ordered the Ronin of Ako to commit seppuku, and then he committed seppuku at the residence of Matsudaira Oki-no-kami (Governor of Oki Province) assisted by Choei HAGA 波賀朝栄, a retainer of the Matsudaira clan.
  492. On March 20, 1703, the order to commit seppuku was delivered to 4 feudal lord families.
  493. On March 20, 1865, he died from Seppuku.
  494. On March 20, 1925, he rented the Japanese restaurant 'Hoshioka Saryo' in Nagata-cho, Tokyo, which became 'Hoshigaoka Saryo' after the war in 1956.
  495. On March 20, 1936, a revised edition was published.
  496. On March 20, 2006, Otsu City absorbed Shiga Town (Shiga Prefecture).
  497. On March 20, 781, her Kokyo (death of a person of upper than Third Rank) confirmed.
  498. On March 20, 916, he was transferred to Hyoefu (Headquarters of the Middle Palace Guards).
  499. On March 20, Tsunayoshi inevitably informed the domains to which the Roshi were put of his decision and the Roshi committed seppuku on the same day.
  500. On March 20, it started the service.
  501. On March 20, prisoner Naritomo SONODA's escape was disclosed.
  502. On March 20, promoted to Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank).
  503. On March 20, the advance party of the Satsuma army and the government army led by Colonel TAKASHIMA fiercely fought across the Hikawa River, and the Satsuma army advanced to the opposite bank.
  504. On March 21 (lunar calendar) of the same year, they again destroyed this temple.
  505. On March 21 in the same year, a stone chamber was identified, in which richly colored mural paintings were discovered.
  506. On March 21, 1238, Yasutsuna was appointed to the governor of Shimotsuke Province (The official rank was presumed to be Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade or Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  507. On March 21, 1345, he died at the age of 77.
  508. On March 21, 1582, Nobunaga ODA arrived at Suwa, and received a congratulatory gift of victory from Ujimasa HOJO through his emissary.
  509. On March 21, 1877, it was designated as the Keigaisessha of Matsuo-taisha Shrine.
  510. On March 21, 1884, he quit the position of the Kunaikyo and became the grand chamberlain with the revival of the post.
  511. On March 21, 1892: Appointed second lieutenant of the army infantry for the 1st Infantry Regiment
  512. On March 21, 1983
  513. On March 21, 2005, 'Kyoen' was first performed at Chion-in Temple's Sanmon Gate during the Kyoto Higashiyama Hanatoro lantern festival.
  514. On March 21, 2006, Shinzaburo announced the creation of new brands called "Shinzaburo Hanpu" and "Shinzaburo Kaban (Shinzaburo bag)" (kanji for Kaban consists of 布(on the left) and 包- on the right).
  515. On March 21, 701, Jikidaiichi OTOMO no Sukune Yasumaro was promoted to Shojusanmi.
  516. On March 21, 701, Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank), OTOMO no Sukune Yasumaro left the position of Chunagon (Middle Councilor) and became Sanni (a government official without any post) ("Kugyobunin").
  517. On March 21, 701, OTOMO no Sukune Yasumaro was promoted from Jikidaiichi to Shojusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  518. On March 21, 706, the Princess Izumi left the capital for Ise Province.
  519. On March 21, 788, he became Yamato no kami (the governor of Yamato Province), taking the other three posts, Chunagon, Hyobukyo and Kogogu daibu concurrently.
  520. On March 21, 835, he fell into deep meditation at the age of 62 at Koyasan.
  521. On March 21, Ieyasu was officially appointed to shogun at Nijo-jo Castle, and on March 25, he visited the Imperial court and expressed his gratitude for having been appointed to shogun.
  522. On March 21, Kamakura received a letter from Tokimasa in Kyoto stating that he would send Shizuka to Kamakura.
  523. On March 21, he was conferred the rank of Daijo-daijin (Grand Minister) by the Imperial court.
  524. On March 21, they travel to Edo.
  525. On March 22
  526. On March 22, 1183, Yoshihiro, Toshitsuna ASHIKAGA in Shimotsuke Province, and his son Tadatsuna ASHIKAGA worked together, gathered a force of 20,000, raised it to defeat Yoritomo and marched from Hitachi Province to Shimotsuke Province.
  527. On March 22, 1199 after Yoritomo died, Moritsuna had already entered into priesthood, and called himself Sainen.
  528. On March 22, 1238, he accompanied the procession to present a horse to the court noble as No. 2 attendant warrior.
  529. On March 22, 1492, he entered the priesthood because his father Suketane died, and his child Katsutane CHIBA succeeded as the head of the clan.
  530. On March 22, 1512, a banquet was held in the reconstructed Kira's residence, where Yoshioki OUCHI and others were invited.
  531. On March 22, 1811, he was born as the first son of Ichigaku SAKUMA, a clansman in Matsushiro Domain in Shinano Province.
  532. On March 22, 1851, he was appointed Chamberlain.
  533. On March 22, 1997
  534. On March 22, 2009, one day before the birth date of Rosanjin, the unveiling ceremony of this monument was held to commemorate the 50th anniversary of his death.
  535. On March 22, 684, he was sent to Shinano province with UNEME no Chikura and ordered to investigate topography.
  536. On March 22, 833, he passed the Imperial Throne to Emperor Nimmyo and abdicated.
  537. On March 22, 848, he was appointed to Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and became Bicchu no kami (governor of Bicchu Province) while he was still a Monjo hakese.
  538. On March 22, he filled the vacant position of Kanpaku (Chief Adviser to the Emperor) with, instead of Sadaijin Motohiro KONOE, Udaijin (Minister of the Right) Fuyutsune ICHIJO, lower in rank than Konoe.
  539. On March 22, he resigned as Sakone no daisho.
  540. On March 23 (in the old calendar), 1581, Ieyasu took back Takatenjin-jo Castle which had been taken by the Takeda clan.
  541. On March 23 and 29, 1582, rewards given to participating warlords were announced.
  542. On March 23 or February 25 on the old calendar, Kazuragi became Shimotsuke no kami (the governor of Shimotsuke Province) while Mutsu no suke was replaced by FUJIWARA no Kadonomaro, and Chinju-fu shogun was replaced by IKEDA no Mahira.
  543. On March 23, 1165, he came to be seated in the first place after FUJIWARA no Koremichi, who had been awarded the rank of Shonii and appointed as Dajodaijin, had demised.
  544. On March 23, 1246, he took office as a regent to the shogunate.
  545. On March 23, 1293, he was appointed to Rokuhara Tandai Kitakata.
  546. On March 23, 1585, he resisted the attack on Kishu by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, but Negoro-ji Temple fell and was killed during escape.
  547. On March 23, 1600, in Goi of Kazusa Province, Yasunobu was born as the second son of Ienobu MATSUDAIRA who was the Lord of the Goi Domain in Kazusa Province (and was then the first Lord of the Sakura Domain in Shimousa Province.)
  548. On March 23, 1778, he was retired and transfered the head of the family to his younger brother and adopted heir, Naganori ODA.
  549. On March 23, 2002
  550. On March 23, 673, Emperor Temmu ascended the throne at Asuka Kiyohara no miya Imperial residence.
  551. On March 23, 737, she was promoted to Third Rank but passed away on September 22 of the same year.
  552. On March 23, 780, he became Ise no kami (the governor of Ise Province).
  553. On March 23, 870 during the era of Prince Koresada, he was demoted from nobility to subject with his elder brother, Prince Koretada, and his paternal brothers, and referred to himself as MINAMOTO no Koresada.
  554. On March 23, 870 during the era of Prince Koretada, he was demoted from nobility to subject with his brother, Prince Koresada, and his paternal brothers, and referred to himself as MINAMOTO no Koretada.
  555. On March 23, he rose to the rank of Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) and retained his positions as Sangi, Udaiben, and Harima gon no kami.
  556. On March 23, he was appointed as Sahyoe no kami.
  557. On March 23, the government army attacked Ueki and Kitome, and entered a stationary position warfare.
  558. On March 24, 1016, Emperor Go-Ichijo succeeded to the throne when he was eight years old, whereupon Michinaga became a regent and took control of politics in a dominant way.
  559. On March 24, 1184, after annihilating Yoshinaka, Noriyori and Yoshitsune started to conquer Fukuhara.
  560. On March 24, 1184, the Kamakura (Minamoto) side decided upon the Ya-Awase (the signal to start war or battle, followed by the opposing sides in the battle shooting arrows at each other.)
  561. On March 24, 1184, the Karamete troops of Yoshitsune's army started a night attack upon the military camps of TAIRA no Sukemori and TAIRA no Arimori on Mikusa-yama Mountain in Banshu (Harima Province) and forced the Taira clan to retreat.
  562. On March 24, 1184, the troop of Noriyori and Yoshitsune departed from Kyoto to attack the Capital of Fukuhara.
  563. On March 24, 1185, after witnessing the destruction of the Taira clan in the naval battle of Danno-ura, Tomomori drowned himself in the sea..
  564. On March 24, 1229, he was assigned as Ukone no chujo (Middle Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  565. On March 24, 1581, once this was decided at a conference in the Imperial Palace, the event was even recorded as something to celebrate.
  566. On March 24, 1595, he died at the age of 63, and his son Hirosada MAKITA succeeded him.
  567. On March 24, 1603, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA was appointed seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians"), and the center of politics was relocated to Edo along with the establishment of the Edo bakufu.
  568. On March 24, 1603, Ieyasu assumed the post of Seiitaishougun (Barbarian Subduing Generalissimo) in Fushimi-jo Castle, established the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) and started to strengthen his political power by performing construction projects including Edo Castle.
  569. On March 24, 1858, he was promoted to Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank), and kept his position of Provisional Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards.
  570. On March 24, 956, he was given additional post as Togu gon no suke (for Imperial Prince Norihira, who eventually became Emperor Reizei).
  571. On March 24, an incident occurred in which Hung Chang LI was shot by a Japanese thug.
  572. On March 24, he went through Genpuku ceremony, and was appointed to Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  573. On March 24, in the Diary of Kanezane KUJO, "Gyokuyo," there is a description as follows.
  574. On March 24, she died at the aged of 50.
  575. On March 24, the detached 2nd brigade (led by Major General Yamada), having started from Nagasaki, landed at Yatsushiro, and the detached 3rd brigade (led by Major General Kawaji) also landed there in the afternoon of March 25.
  576. On March 24, the government army attacked Kitome again, and on 25th, put up a fenced fort in Ueki and transferred its main force of the attacking army to Kitome.
  577. On March 24th, he destroyed the Taira clan at the battle of Danno-ura.
  578. On March 25
  579. On March 25, 1180, he resigned from the post of Kanpaku, and was proclaimed as Sessho by the Emperor.
  580. On March 25, 1326 (February 13, 1326 in old lunar calendar), he entered into priesthood.
  581. On March 25, 1426 he was appointed as Kofuku-ji betto (the head priest of Kofuku-ji Temple), he also worked as betto in 1431, 1461, and 1469.
  582. On March 25, 1499, he passed away at the age of 85 at Yamashina Hongan-ji Temple.
  583. On March 25, 1868, he was granted Ippon (the first rank of Imperial Prince) in recognition of many years of his efforts in the field of court music.
  584. On March 25, 1875 Kenkichi defeated Umanosuke UEDA, instructor of Gekken at the Keishi-cho (Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department) in a helmet-splitting match.
  585. On March 25, 1977, the noyaki conducted in Hiraodai, Kokuraminami Ward, Kitakyushu City, Fukuoka Prefecture, caused a forest fire due to the strong wind, and burned 207 hectare of the forest and field, and 5 firefighters trying to distinguish the fire died.
  586. On March 25, 724 or February 22 on the old calendar, he was appointed to Jushiinoge (Junior Forth Rank, Lower Grade).
  587. On March 25, 771 or March 1 on the old calendar, Itaji, who was Konoehei Ryoge no kan (a post outside the original Ritsuryo code created by Imperial edicts), was additionally assigned to Shimotsuke no kami (the governor of Shimotsuke Province), leaving the capital for Shimotsuke Province.
  588. On March 25, 771, he became Hyobu no taifu (the Commissioner of War).
  589. On March 25, 786, he became Chugu daifu (master of the Consorts' Household) and Harima no Kami, taking other two posts of Chunagon and Sadaiben concurrently.
  590. On March 25, Nobutoshi was ordered to guide the Ou Chinbushi (temporary governmental official in Ou) by the new government.
  591. On March 25, Yoritomo also was captured, by TAIRA no Munekiyo, a retainer of TAIRA no Yorimori, and just when his execution seemed certain, Kiyomori's stepmother Ike no zenni intervened, successfully pleading for his life to be spared.
  592. On March 25, Yoshihiro marched his army to Kamakura, and invited Tomomasa to join his troops.
  593. On March 25, he assumed an additional post of Tanba no gon no kami (Provisional Governor of Tanba Province).
  594. On March 25, he resigned as Sadaijin.
  595. On March 25, he resigned from his position as the guardian of the Shogun (Shogun Kokenshoku).
  596. On March 25, obeying orders from Hisamitsu, Saigo went to Kyoto with seven hundred the picked soldiers (from the first to 6th Joka command groups).
  597. On March 25th (old lunar calendar), Rennyo entered nirvana.
  598. On March 26, 1184, the envoy from Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa visited the Taira clan as they were performing a Buddhist memorial service for Kiyomori at Fukuwara.
  599. On March 26, 1285, 4 years after the war, he died at the age of 41, and his grand son, Tokitaka KIKUCHI took over him.
  600. On March 26, 1682, Fusasuke TAKATSUKASA resigned from Kanpaku.
  601. On March 26, 1900, his third daughter Michiyo was born.
  602. On March 26, 1905, the secret letter from the Emperor of Korea to the Russian Emperor was found out by Japan.
  603. On March 26, 1991, the Maizuru Express Way (today's Maizuru-Wakasa Express Way) between Fukuchiyama Interchange and Maizuru-nishi Interchange opened to became the first Automobile Express Way in Maizuru City.
  604. On March 26, 733 on the old calendar, Hiroari was granted an audience with Emperor Shomu and received a sword before departing to Tang (China).
  605. On March 26, 969, he was reassigned to Dainagon and given additional position of Ukone no daisho (Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  606. On March 26, Ietsugu celebrated his attainment of manhood and began to use the name Ietsugu.
  607. On March 26, he was assigned additional post as Sakone no daisho (Major Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards) and resigned from Ukone no daisho.
  608. On March 26, in the Satsuma army with the reduced besieging army, KIRINO adopted an advice from the Kumamoto-tai troop and dammed up the Tsuboi-gawa River and Iseri-gawa River with stony embankments to flow the land surrounding the castle.
  609. On March 26, the reconnaissance party heard gunfire echoes from the Ueki area but could not find the punitive army, then, it divided the rear guard harassing company into three units and send them out to Kyomachiguchi, Iseri Village, and Honmyo-ji Temple, respectively.
  610. On March 26, they could not leave due to snow in Otsuki City.
  611. On March 26, when he looked at waka composed by Kanezane SHIBUKAWA, who was sentenced to death, he reduced the sentence.
  612. On March 27, 1077, Morimichi was assigned as Sangi (consultant) and retired from his position as Ukone no Gon no chujo.
  613. On March 27, 1184, at the Battle of Ichinotani, Kagetoki started as Yoshitsune's Samurai-Daisho (a warrior who gives orders for battles and maneuvers his troops) and Sanehira DOI as Noriyori's Samurai-Daisho, but neither pair got on well with each other so they swapped their positions.
  614. On March 27, 1184, the Taira clan suffered a crushing defeat in the Battle of Ichinotani.
  615. On March 27, 1185, hanging Mareyoshi's benpitsu (the hair on the sides of the head) from his neck, Rinyu-shonin visited Kamakura and met Yoritomo.
  616. On March 27, 1611, after Emperor Goyozei abdicated, Emperor Gomizunoo succeeded to the throne.
  617. On March 27, 1682, he became the lord of Tsuchiura Domain with 22,000 koku crop yields.
  618. On March 27, 1813 (heresy 1814), Nobuhide was born as the seventh son of Nobuyuki MATSUDAIRA, the fifth lord.
  619. On March 27, 1840, he was assigned to Sangi (councilor).
  620. On March 27, 914 she passed away.
  621. On March 27, 964, he was reappointed Sakyodaibu.
  622. On March 27, 979, he was promoted to Shonii while still serving as U-daijin.
  623. On March 27, Nobunaga progressed the headquarter of the army to Tannowa, and on the same day, Nakano-jo Castle surrendered, accepting the recommendation of surrender by the Oda side.
  624. On March 27, a battle with bows and arrows was commenced and fierce battles were repeated, but Yoshitsune made a surprise attack of charging downhill from the rear of Ichi-no-tani (There is a different view.), and the Taira clan was thrown into confusion and started flight toward the sea.
  625. On March 27, at dawn, five cavalrymen sneaked out from among the Yoshitsune troops and attempted to be the first to engage, among whch were Naozane KUMAGAI and Naoie KUMAGAI, father and son, and Sueshige HIRAYAMA.
  626. On March 27, he was given permission to enter the sanctum of a shrine or temple and on March 29 of the same year, granted the post of Sashosho (Minor Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  627. On March 27, many of the rebels were condemned to exile.
  628. On March 27, when they entered Koshu City, they received word that Tosa no kuni (Tosa Province) and Inaba no kuni (Inaba Province) armies had entered Kofu, and Umunosuke proceeded to Katsunuma Town to station the cannons.
  629. On March 28 of the same year, following the reorganization of the office, Juntaro was appointed nito chushi (officer of the second class) and in October was appointed shizoku (social class with the origin of samurai) due to the reform of Hansekihokan (the return of lands and people to the emperor).
  630. On March 28, 1187 he left for Oshu (Mutsu Province) with his lawful wife and children, seeking refuge with FUJIWARA no Hidehira in Mutsu Province.
  631. On March 28, 1434, he was born as the first son of Yoshinori AHIKAGA, who was the six Shogun.
  632. On March 28, 1541, he was reappointed Naidaijin while still serving as Sakone no Daisho.
  633. On March 28, 1573, it was established by Rodo, a Nenbutsu Senju priest (priest specialized in Buddhist invocation) in a temple land in the southern part of Kojinguchi Higashi-iru, Teramachi Street, assigned by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI's urban policy.
  634. On March 28, 1601, he was transferred to the position of Gon Dainagon (provisional major counselor) as Hidetada TOYOTOMI.
  635. On March 28, 1873 Takanobu offered to serve in the Department of the Navy and was attached to Navy Headquarters.
  636. On March 28, 1904, the penalty regarding this incident was approved by the plenary session members, to recommend AKIYAMA for resignation.
  637. On March 28, 2007, the ticket gates of Shinkansen and those of conventional lines became independent, and automatic ticket checkers were introduced at the ticket gates of conventional lines.
  638. On March 28, 2008, Randen-Tenjingawa Station, located approximately 280 meters east of this station, on the Yamanouchi Station (Kyoto Prefecture) side, went into operation, and the new station came to be used as a station where train passengers on one of the two lines would change to a train on the other line.
  639. On March 28, 2008, a national historical site covering a wide area was newly designated as the 'Hiki-jo Castle Ruins,' comprised of the former Sugaya-yakata Castle site in addition to the former Matsuyama-jo Castle (Musashi Province) the Sugiyama-jo Castle and the Ogura-jo Castle (Musashi Province).
  640. On March 28, 697, he became Togu no daifu.
  641. On March 28, 916, he was transferred to Benkan (Oversight Department: division of the daijokan responsible for controlling central and provincial governmental offices).
  642. On March 28, 934, his court rank was raised to Shoshiinojo (Senior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade), and he remained as Sangi, Kotaigogu no daibu, Minbukyo (Minister of Popular Affairs), and the Governor of Iyo Province.
  643. On March 28, Haitorei was finally issued.
  644. On March 28, he also assumed the position of Mikawa no Gon no Kami (Provisional Governor of Mikawa Province).
  645. On March 28, he set up the barrier in Katsunuma and returned home.
  646. On March 28, he was appointed to Zo-Todaiji-kodo-chokan (the Director for the Construction of Todai-ji Temple lecture hall).
  647. On March 28, he was appointed to the sangi.
  648. On March 28th, 706, he passed away holding the Sakyo Taifu Jushiinojo as his highest rank.
  649. On March 28th, Saigo visited Parkes in Yokohama and explained the details of events and the policy of the new government (additionally, on the day before, Katsu visited Parkes).
  650. On March 28th, when it was decided that the purpose of the Imperial visit was to appoint another capital city, Takechimaro took off his insignias and returned them to the Emperor by repeatedly saying that, 'It is not advisable to move the Imperial carriage during the harvest season.'
  651. On March 29 (February 19 under the old lunar calendar), Yoshitsune chased the Taira clan to the ocean during the Battle of Yashima, on May 2 (March 24 under the old lunar calendar), Taira clan and Emperor Antoku drowned at the Battle of Dannoura and Yoshitsune captured TAIRA no Munemori and Kenreimonin and at last the Taira clan was destroyed.
  652. On March 29 (or 30), 1537, he entered the priesthood.
  653. On March 29, 1705, he was promoted to the position of junii (junior second rank) and was transferred to the position of go dainagon (provisional chief councilor of state).
  654. On March 29, 1865, Hisamoto HIJIKATA, who left Tosa clan without permission, wrote in "Kaiten Jikki" (literally, true record of changing situations), 'Hanjiro NAKAMURA visited me. He has right opinions He insisted on overthrowing the shogunate.'
  655. On March 29, 1893, a dispute arouse over the pros and cons of the project for the compilation of historiography.
  656. On March 29, 1896, Toichi County was merged with Shikijo and Shikige Counties to become Shiki County.
  657. On March 29, 1952, the gardens were designated both a Special Historic Site and a Special Place of Scenic Beauty.
  658. On March 29, 1967, the Ministry of Education's Physical Development Issue 120 was announced, thereby allowing Kyudo to be taught in physical education classes as a regular curriculum for high school physical education.
  659. On March 29, 2008, the commemorative ICOCA for the interoperation with Suica, TOICA and ICOCA (30,000 copies) went on sale.
  660. On March 29, 942, he also assumed the position of Bizen no Kami (Governor of Bizen Province).
  661. On March 29, Kuranosuke sent Kuzaemon TAGAWA and Jiemon TSUKIOKA to Edo to give the letter to the inspectors for the surrender of the castle, Masahane ARAKI and Masayoshi SAKAKIBARA, who stated as follows.
  662. On March 29, Nobutoshi was granted imperial audience by Emperor Meiji.
  663. On March 29, also assumed the position of Betto (chief secretary) for the new retired emperor (the Retired Emperor Takakura).
  664. On March 29, although he recruited many peasant soldiers in a village near his home, he heard sounds from the Battle of Koshu Katsunuma at Higashi Yamanashi District and hid at his mother's parental home at Fuefuki City making it back to the group even though he wished to do so.
  665. On March 29, he invited Tango no tsubone to meet Ohime and gave her many gorgeous presents such as 300 ryo (currency unit) of gold dust in a silver makie (Japanese lacquer sprinkled with gold or silver powder) box and 30 rolls of white brocade as well as sending gifts even to her retainers.
  666. On March 29, he was assigned to Sakone gon no shosho (Provisional Minor Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  667. On March 29, he was promoted to the Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and then was reassigned toGon Dainagon (provisional major counselor).
  668. On March 29, he was transferred to the position of Shikibu Taifu (Senior Assistant Minister of Ceremonial).
  669. On March 29,1918, 'Naganuma disposal monument' was erected in Naganuma, Toyosumi mura, Inba County (present-day Naganuma, Narita City, Chiba Prefecture) to honor Yukichi Fukuzawa's great achievement.
  670. On March 3, 1171, he was appointed as Omi no suke (Assistant Provincial Governor of Omi).
  671. On March 3, 1171, he was transferred to Junior Secretary.
  672. On March 3, 1171, transferred to the position of Ukone no Gon no chujo (Provisional Middle Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  673. On March 3, 1171: concurrently holds the role of Bizen gon no kami (provisional governor of Bizen Province).
  674. On March 3, 1177, also assumed the position of Kaga no Gon no Suke (acting assistant governor of Kaga Province).
  675. On March 3, 1180, assumed the position of Sangi (royal advisor).
  676. On March 3, 1184, he was proclaimed as Sessho and Fujiwarashi choja.
  677. On March 3, 1575, the adopted child, Kiheiji AKIKAGE, of Kenshin changed his name to Kagekatsu UESUGI, and gave up becoming a kanto (government service) of danjo-shohitsu.
  678. On March 3, 1582, Katsuyori TAKEDA held a war council at Shinpu-jo Castle to decide whether to escape to Iwabitsu-jo Castle (Higashiagatsuma-cho, Agatsuma-gun, Gunma Prefecture) held by Masayuki SANADA, or to escape to Iwadonoyama-jo Castle (Otsuki City) held by Nobushige OYAMADA.
  679. On March 3, 1860, Naosuke was assassinated by ronin (masterless samurai) from the Mito Domain outside of the Sakuradamon Gate of Edo-jo Castle (the Sakuradamongai Incident).
  680. On March 3, 1892, Kume put a notice in a newspaper, and withdrew the thesis.
  681. On March 3, 1921 it was designated as a national historic site, and in 1954 a special national historic site.
  682. On March 3, 1921, "Ashikaga School (the site of Ashikaga School, including the shrine and the other related buildings) "was designated as a national historical site.
  683. On March 3, 1954, Abe, Tonomine and Asakura Villages of Shiki County were incorporated into Sakurai Town.
  684. On March 3, 353 (in the lunar calendar), the Kyokusui no Utage (a poetry-making party at the stream in a garden) was held at the Rantei and a draft of a preface for a collection of poems created at that time was the Ranteijo.
  685. On March 3, 353, Wang Xizhi, a great master of calligraphy, held kyokusui no en, and a draft of a preface to the collection of Chinese poetry recited at the banquet was "Lanting Xu" (Lang-Ting Banquet Preface) written by Xizhi WANG.
  686. On March 3, 701, Miyuki died.
  687. On March 3, 724, the Empress abdicated the throne in favor of the crown prince (Emperor Shomu).
  688. On March 3, 787 or February 5 on the old calendar, Kazuragi was assigned to Mutsu no kuni no suke (assistant governor of Mutsu Province) and to Chinju-fu shogun (Commander-in-Chief of the Defense of the North).
  689. On March 3, 869, he was appointed to the position of Mutsu-Dewa Azechi (local inspector of Mutsu and Dewa Provinces), held concurrently with his other posts.
  690. On March 3, 982, director of Iyo Province
  691. On March 3, September 9 and on ritual days or ceremonial days, uchikake (formal dress of samurai class women) shall be worn.
  692. On March 3, also assumed the position of the Bicchu Gon no Suke (acting assistant governor of Bicchu Province)
  693. On March 3, he promoted to and assigned Jusanmi Sangi (councilor in the Junior Third Rank) and remained in the position of Sakone gon no chujo.
  694. On March 30, 1214, he was appointed as Sangi (councilor).
  695. On March 30, 1290, he became a priest.
  696. On March 30, 1849 he assigned his leadership of the domain to Takatomi (his eldest son) and retired.
  697. On March 30, 1869, the Yamagunitai was met by a tremendous crowd of onlookers as they marched, playing flutes and drums, from Kyoto to Yamaguni in a triumphant return, paying homage at Yamaguni-jinja Shrine.
  698. On March 30, 1899: The number of training institutes for sericulture increased due to a revision of the system for national training institutes of sericulture (edict No. 89).
  699. On March 30, 1931 it was designated as a national historic site.
  700. On March 30, 778, he became Udaiben (Major Controller of the Right).
  701. On March 30, 827, she resigned her position because of a disease; Princess Yoshiko (daughter of Imperial Prince Nakano) took over the position.
  702. On March 30, Sangun Kuroda made the detached 3rd brigade attack Shabashinrei, and made the detached 1st brigade and the detached 2nd brigade attack Matsubase.
  703. On March 30, Shizuka and her mother Iso no Zenji arrived at Kamakura.
  704. On March 30, he resigned as Danjo-Daihitsu, but also assumed the rank of Bizen-no-Gonnokami (supernumerary chief of Bizen-no-kuni).
  705. On March 30, he was appointed as Kanpaku, Nairan (private audit), Ichiza (the highest rank of court noble) and Fujiwarashi choja (chieftain of the Fujiwara family).
  706. On March 30, the Oda army attacked the residence of Magoichi SUZUKI at Hirai (Wakayama City at present).
  707. On March 30, the main force of the government army attacked the Kumamoto-tai troop on Mt. Sannotake, and on April 1, occupied Mt. Hanko and Kichij Pass.
  708. On March 31, 1216, he adopted Yoriie's daughter (later, Take no Gosho) at Masako's command.
  709. On March 31, 1326, he was appointed as Sangi (imperial adviser).
  710. On March 31, 1457, he was posthumously awarded the rank of Juichii (Junior First Rank) and Sadaijin (Minister of the Left).
  711. On March 31, 1649, he was excused from wakadoshiyori, gained 30000 koku, and changed the territory to Hitachi Tsuchiura Domain.
  712. On March 31, 1709, he was reinstated in the post of Oku-koke.
  713. On March 31, 1987, JNR was divided and privatized into several JR companies each of which started a new operation on April 1.
  714. On March 31, 2005, Wakasa-cho was established through the merging of Mikata-cho, Mikata-gun and Kaminaka-cho, Onyu-gun.
  715. On March 31, 971 peasants filed for arbitration to the Gunma Prefecture Pollution Council seeking compensation of 3.9 billion yen from Furukawa Mining.
  716. On March 4 he resigned from the post of Sadaijin.
  717. On March 4, 1123, Shirakawa in let Imperial Prince Akihito succeeded to the throne when he was only five years old, Shoshi received an Ingo title by Emperor's order and named Taikenmonin on January 7, 1125.
  718. On March 4, 1184, MINAMOTO no Noriyori, who was dispatched by Yoritomo, and the Kamakura Government army of MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune, combined their forces, destroying Yoshinaka (the Battle of Uji-gawa River).
  719. On March 4, 1582, Ieyasu started invading Kai Province, using Baisetsu as a guide.
  720. On March 4, 1706, Yoshimasa KIRA died where he had been exiled, and the head family of Kira in Mikawa came to an end.
  721. On March 4, 1892, he resigned the post of a professor of the Imperial University..
  722. On March 4, 1896, an order was given to organize a temporal Dainana Shidan (Seventh Division) centering on todenhei, and all soldiers were mobilized.
  723. On March 4, 685 when a system of forty eight court ranks was instituted, Prince Takechi was given the rank of Jokoni.
  724. On March 4, 712 or January 19 on the old calendar, Hironari was appointed to Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  725. On March 4, 765 or February 5 on the old calendar, Mino was appointed to Goefu, Five Royal Guard of Konoeheiryosei, Imperial Guard System.
  726. On March 4, 990, Hyobukyo (minister of war)
  727. On March 4, he obtained Masako HOJO's permission and held a Buddhist invocation service of prayer to Sanetomo in Jibutsu-do Hall.
  728. On March 4, he sailed from Kagoshima with Shinpachi MURATA, arrived to Kyoto on 14th, and he was appointed Gunbu-yaku commander on 19th.
  729. On March 4, he was appointed Kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain).
  730. On March 4, the Imperial court appointed OTOMO no Tabito as the great general to subdue the Hayato and KASA no Mimuro and KOSE no Mahito as the vice generals and commanded them to subjugate the Hayato.
  731. On March 5, 1191, resigned from the Kebiishi no betto.
  732. On March 5, 1199, he also held the position of Aki no Gon no suke (Provisional Deputy Governor of Aki Province).
  733. On March 5, 1203, he also assumed the post of Mino no suke (Assistant Governor of Mino Province).
  734. On March 5, 1330, he was promoted to Juichii (Junior First Rank) and given the post of vice minister by the Emperor.
  735. On March 5, 1333, as many as 20,000 Rokuhara warriors invaded.
  736. On March 5, 1582, Nobunaga ODA departed from Azuchi-jo Castle.
  737. On March 5, 1582, Yoshimasa KISO, husband of the daughter of Shingen TAKEDA, betrayed Nobunaga and accepted this.
  738. On March 5, 1611, he died from of illness, in Kokubu-jo Castle (Osumi Province).
  739. On March 5, 1623, he was appointed to Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards and Inspector of the Right Division Bureau of Horses.
  740. On March 5, 1847, he formally entered the Hirata school.
  741. On March 5, 1868 (表記の変更), the peasants from Musashi and Kozuke Provinces advanced toward Iwahana jinya (regional government office), at which Shibuya worked.
  742. On March 5, 1892, the 23rd, 24th, and 25th issues of the "Journal of the Historical Science", the second edition, and the 8th issue of "Shikai" were banned from publication, and it finally came to a tentative settlement.
  743. On March 5, 1950, the All Japan Kendo Sport Federation was founded.
  744. On March 5, 979, Sanuki no kami (director of Sanuki Province)
  745. On March 5, he resigned Sessho.
  746. On March 585 (the 14th year of Emperor Bidatsu's reign), Zenshin-ni was stripped of all her clerical garments and while naked, was punished by whipping at the station of Tsubaichi market place (present-day Sakurai City, Nara Prefecture) due to an anti-Buddhist movement by MONONOBE no Moriya.
  747. On March 6, 1179, assumed the position of Kurodo no to (Head Chamberlain).
  748. On March 6, 1179, he was appointed to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and resigned as Sakone no chujo.
  749. On March 6, 1185, Tomomasa departed from Suo Province to Bungo Province with Noriyori by ship.
  750. On March 6, 1196, he was appointed to Head of Hyogo.
  751. On March 6, 1201 after the ruin of Kagetoki, Nagamochi JO, who became gokenin (vassal) under the protection of Kagetoki went to Kyoto, where he attacked the accommodation of Tomosama OYAMA who was staying in Kyoto as the guardian of Kyoto.
  752. On March 6, 1244, he was promoted to Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  753. On March 6, 1260, an imperial sanction for building Kaidan (Buddhist ordination platform) was suddenly given to the Onjo-ji Temple, which was a long-lasted ardent wish.
  754. On March 6, 1582, Nobunaga arrived at the Ibi-gawa River.
  755. On March 6, 1600, Tatsuchiyo died one month before his father's death.
  756. On March 6, 1687, the Crown Prince Asahito (later Emperor Higashiyama) underwent Genpuku, and Fuyutsuna played kakan no yaku (a role to place a crown on the head of the imperial prince when he becomes an adult).
  757. On March 6, 1868, this small company of the Yamagunitai (comprised of 28 regulars and 2 auxiliaries) added their own force to the Tottori domain regiment of the Tosando (highway) army, becoming the 'Thirteenth Company,' and departed Kyoto.
  758. On March 6, 679, Hyoe OKIDA no Kimi Wakami died.
  759. On March 6, 728, the envoys from Bokkai (Balhae) sailed across the Sea of Japan and visited the Heijo-kyu Palace for the first time.
  760. On March 6, 833, he succeeded to the Imperial Throne after his uncle, Emperor Junna, passed the position to him.
  761. On March 6, also assumed the position of the Kebiishi no Betto (a police and judicial chief).
  762. On March 6, he was promoted to Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Upper Court Rank), while retaining his position as Kurodo no to and Sakone no shosho.
  763. On March 6, residential lands were provided to shoshi (officials) at Horakyo.
  764. On March 6, the Emperor canceled Taisha (ceremony of archery and party) in mourning for Miyuki.
  765. On March 6, the expedition army succeeded in obtaining a ship, and Yoshimori went to Bungo Province with Yoshitoki HOJO and Yoshikane ASHIKAGA.
  766. On March 7 of that year, the lower house was established in the residence of Himeji domain in Tokyo gathering 227 lower house members from each domain and the foreign policy was picked up as an urgent matter.
  767. On March 7 of the same year it was decided to name the accession day of Emperor Jimmu 'Kigensetsu,' time of the beginning of the Japanese era (Proclamation no. 91 of the Grand Council of State, 1873).
  768. On March 7, 1788, when Ranzan was 60 years old, the Great Kyoto Fire of the Tenmei period occurred.
  769. On March 7, 1854, he was transferred to Konoefu (the Headquarters of the Inner Palace Guards).
  770. On March 7, 1866 (or March 8), he was able to lead the two clans to a reconciliation and finalized the alliance between Satsuma and Choshu at the Satsuma residence in Nihonmatsu, Kyoto.
  771. On March 7, 2009, Keihan Uji Bus revised its fares, followed by Keihan City Bus who increased its fares as well.
  772. On March 7, 724, she was ordained Nihon (the second court rank for Imperial Princes).
  773. On March 7, 744, Prince Asaka died suddenly of beriberi.
  774. On March 7, 863, he was transferred to the post of Sakone no chujo (Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards) and retained his position of Kurodo no to.
  775. On March 7, 863, transferred to the position of Okura Taiyu (a senior assistant minister of the Ministry of Treasury).
  776. On March 7, 930, he served concurrently as Mikawa no Gon no suke (provisional vice governor of Mikawa Province).
  777. On March 7, 946, he was reassigned as Uhyoe no suke (assistant captain of the Right Division of Middle Palace Guards).
  778. On March 7, Nobunaga announced large-scale mobilization orders against the Takeda clan to Nobutada.
  779. On March 7, he reached adulthood and was allowed to be tenjobito (a high-ranking courtier allowed into the Imperial Palace).
  780. On March 7, he served concurrently as Kebiishi no betto (Superintendent of the Imperial Police).
  781. On March 7, the following 702, the Emperor Monmu distributed Taiho Ritsu to those provinces, and on November 12, 702, he distributed Taiho Ritsuryo to the provinces.
  782. On March 741Emperor Shomu met Gyoki at Senkyo-in Temple in the suburb of Kuni-kyo, and in 743 Gyogi was designated as the Kanjin (position to collect donations for the temple) for the construction the Great Buddha statue in Todai-ji Temple.
  783. On March 8, 1000, he was granted Jushiij (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade).
  784. On March 8, 1094, he resigned as Kanpaku.
  785. On March 8, 1246, he was promoted to Juichii (Junior First Rank).
  786. On March 8, 1538, he was assigned an additional post of Suruga no suke (Deputy Governor of Suruga Province).
  787. On March 8, 1866 the Satsuma-Choshu alliance was formed in Kyoto.
  788. On March 8, 1868, when people who supported the principle of excluding foreigners were still active, the party of the French consulate was entering Sakai from Osaka by land.
  789. On March 8, 1900, he died of encephalopathy caused by a middle ear infection.
  790. On March 8, 1907, he arrived at the port of Tsuruga, where the priest Simeon Michiro MITSUI of the Kyoto Orthodox Church was waiting to welcome him.
  791. On March 8, 1976
  792. On March 8, 1997
  793. On March 8, 716, his son Shiganomaro was given a rice field for the achievements of his father, MURAKUNI no Muraji Oyori.
  794. On March 8, 808, the post of Kiden hakase was established by appointing one person from Myogyo chokko (teacher of Myogyodo (the study of Confucian classics)) (another group of Myogyo hakase (Professor of Confucian classics)).
  795. On March 8, 937, he was promoted to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank), and was transferred to Chunagon (vice-councilor of state).
  796. On March 8, Koyo Chinbutai was established, and Umunosuke was assigned to be Chirikyodo ken taiho sashizuyaku in addition to being appointed to the navy of Koyo Chinbutai.
  797. On March 8, he retained the position of Sakone no taisho.
  798. On March 8, he was promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  799. On March 8th, 702, INBE no Sukune Kobito was promoted to Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) from Jugoinoge.
  800. On March 8th, 702, INBE no Sukune Kobito was promoted to Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) from Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade); from then on he kept being promoted up the court ranks.
  801. On March 8th, these deserting troops fighting with 'the expeditionary force to the east' at the Yanada in Shimotsuke Province (The current location is in Yanada-cho, Ashikaga City, Tochigi Prefecture) were defeated (Later, Furuya formed the "Shohotai" unit with Nobuo IMAI, serving in the Tohoku and Hakodate Wars.).
  802. On March 9, 1094, Senge (an imperial proclamation) was issued appointing him as Kanpaku.
  803. On March 9, 1310, he was promoted to Shosammi (Senior Third Rank) with his status as Danjo-Daihitsu remaining unchanged.
  804. On March 9, 1570, Nobunaga issued additional five Articles to denchu on okite to Yoshiaki and made him accept them, because Nobunaga saw that Yoshiaki tried to keep his political influence even after having the nine Articles of denchu on okite established.
  805. On March 9, 1582, the troop led by Katsuyori and his legitimate son, Nobukatsu TAKEDA, was attacked by Nobushige OYAMADA at Sasago-toge Pass (Present-day Otsuki City, Yamanashi Prefecture) just before reaching Iwadono-jo Castle, and was prevented from entering the castle.
  806. On March 9, 1614, he was promoted to Juichii (Junior First Rank) and transferred to the position of Udaijin (Minister of the Right).
  807. On March 9, 1843, he transferred the head of the family to his adopted son Nobuyoshi MATSUDAIRA to retire.
  808. On March 9, 1926, Atsushi SUMITOMO succeeded the name of Kichizaemon and, on May 1, Kichizaemon was ennobled.
  809. On March 9, 974, he resigned as Fujiwarashi choja.
  810. On March 9, 984, director of Mimasaka Province
  811. On March 9, he assumed an additional post of Saemon no kami (Captain of the Left Division of Outer Palace Guards).
  812. On March 9, he had an interview with Tesshu YAMAOKA, who was an envoy of Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA, and showed an action draft of Tokugawa, seven articles.
  813. On March 9, he resigned from the position of Chogi San'yo.
  814. On March 9, he was appointed Daigaku no kami (Director of the Bureau of Education).
  815. On March 985, he completed "Ojoyoshu."
  816. On March 9th, General Kuropatkin, the commander of the Russian Army ordered a withdrawal.
  817. On March, 1041, he passed away at the age of 91.
  818. On March, 31, 2006 Keihan Uji Kotsu and its subsidiary company, Keihan Uji Kotsu Tanabe, were merged by Keihan Bus and resigned from the Surutto KANSAI Association.
  819. On March, 780:
  820. On March, 878, removed from Dazai Gon no Sochi.
  821. On March, he went to Kyoto with about eighty vassals and met Shogun Yoshiteru ASHIKAGA.
  822. On Masayuki's recommendation, Sekishu became the tea ceremony instructor to the fourth Shogun, Ietsuna TOKUGAWA.
  823. On May 1 in the same year, Tokuko shaved her head to enter into the priesthood having Priest Insai of Choraku-ji Temple as her Kaishi (Buddhist priest who gives out rules to people who enter into the priesthood), she was named 直如覚.
  824. On May 1 of the same year, he had an audience with the 4th Shogun Ietsuna TOKUGAWA, presenting the sword of the Bizen no kami family, which was a relic of his father.
  825. On May 1, 1025, she died.
  826. On May 1, 1182, he entered the priesthood, and took the homyo (a name given to a person who enters the Buddhist priesthood) Enku.
  827. On May 1, 1257, the Kemari Meet was held and Yasutsuna attended as a higher-ranked servant.
  828. On May 1, 1301, he was appointed as Ume no kami (Chief of the Bureau of the Right Stables).
  829. On May 1, 1644, he died at the residence in Edo.
  830. On May 1, 1660, he got the investiture of Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade), and on the next day, he underwent Genpuku (a coming-of-age ceremony for boys).
  831. On May 1, 1809, he decided to found a sacred ground, which was inspired by a revelation in a dream given by Kobo Daishi.
  832. On May 1, 1953
  833. On May 1, 1961, JNR obtained a loan of US$80 million (at a fixed rate of US$1 = \360 at the time) for this project from the World Bank, with the severe condition that the project should be completed by 1964 (this loan was completely paid back in 1981).
  834. On May 1, 1985, the whole operation of the railway was ended.
  835. On May 1, 701, he was sent to Mutsu Province for metallurgical work.
  836. On May 1, 714, Dainagon (Major Councilor) as well as Commander-in-Chief Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) OTOMO no Sukune Yasumaro died.
  837. On May 1, 780, Azamaro killed KI no Hirozumi and others at Iji Castle, while the army of assimilated Emishi people attacked and plundered Taga Castle and set the fire to it.
  838. On May 1, Azamaro took the chance and staged a rebellion using a barbarian army killing Odate first and clustered around Hirozumi next and killed him.
  839. On May 1, Hideyoshi left for the front in Owari Province.
  840. On May 1, a large scale of army was sent to Shinano Province on the pretext that Yoshitaka's remnants (of defeated army) were hiding in Kai and Shinano Province and were planning a rebellion.
  841. On May 1, he was appointed to the post of governor of Iyo no Kami (Governor of Iyo Province), and resigned from the post of the Awa no Gon no kami.
  842. On May 1, he was given the title of Seii-taishogun.
  843. On May 10, 1238, Yasutoki was promoted to Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Rank.
  844. On May 10, 1468, Senge was issued to appoint him as Kanpaku.
  845. On May 10, 1597, he promulgated Chosokabe Motochika Hyakkajo (literally, one hundred articles of the rules of Motochika CHOSOKABE), which he stipulated together with his father, Motochika.
  846. On May 10, 1698, he died at Chiryu-juku in Mikawa Province (present-day Chiryu City, Aichi Prefecture) on his way to go up to Edo for an alternate-year attendance called Sankinkotai (a system under which feudal lords in the Edo period were required to spend every other year in residence in Edo).
  847. On May 10, 1821, he was transferred to Konoefu (the Headquarters of the Inner Palace Guards).
  848. On May 10, 1831, he was given seven koku of ten koku which was his adoptive father Masaharu's successive gonin fuchi (the equivalent of an annual five-man rice stipend) kippudaka (nominal amount), and he was appointed as a kyakushiki (social status) of shin-o-kosho (new attendant of a noble person).
  849. On May 10, 1849
  850. On May 10, 1849, Hokusai was in his dying days at the age of sotsuju (90 years).
  851. On May 10, 1858, he was assigned to giso at the same time.
  852. On May 10, 1895 after the conclusion of the Treaty of Shimonoseki, Shiki MASAOKA, a war correspondent serving with the Guards Division, visited Ogai to welcome him back to Japan.
  853. On May 10, 1900, the Imperial Prince Yoshihito and the Empress Teimei were married in a Shinto wedding ceremony at the Kashikodokoro, one of the three palace sanctuaries, shrine of the imperial ancestors and temple located inside the Japanese imperial palace] in kyuchu (the Imperial Court).
  854. On May 10, 1999
  855. On May 10, 675, TAIMA no Hiromaro and KUNU no Maro were prohibited from serving to the Imperial Court by Emperor Tenmu.
  856. On May 10, 689, he died without ascending the throne.
  857. On May 10, Michitaka resigned the office of kanpaku, and repeatedly reported to the Emperor, in vain, on Korechika's succession to the office of kanpaku.
  858. On May 10, Oshisuke NOMURA, Commander of Kiheitai, started efforts to conquer Bungo on a full scale, leading eight companies of Kiheitai.
  859. On May 10, he became Jako no ma shiko (emperor's personal attendant in Jako room).
  860. On May 10, he died while he was still at sea in the Bay of Bengal.
  861. On May 10, the Choshu clan executed joi and attacked foreign ships passing Kanmon-kaikyo Strait with gunfire.
  862. On May 10, the Emperor encountered the Ashikaga army when he was escaping from Mt. Otoko with his guards Akiyoshi KITABATAKE and Nagashige NAWA, although Takasuke in the position of rear guard fought hard against the army, he was killed in battle.
  863. On May 11
  864. On May 11, 1185, he was promoted to Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade.
  865. On May 11, 1689, dismissed from the position of Sobayonin.
  866. On May 11, 1746, he was born in Edo as the seventh son of Tadayori SAKAI, the fifth lord of the Shonai Domain, Dewa Province.
  867. On May 11, 1891 TSUDA tried to assassinate the Russian Crown Prince, Nicholai II during a trip to Japan.
  868. On May 11, 1974, the Pollutions Investigation Committee, which had took over the arbitration from the Gunma Prefecture Pollutions Committee, settled the issue and ordered Furukawa Mining to pay 1.55 billion yen.
  869. On May 11, he became a hyojoshu.
  870. On May 11, the Raigeki-tai troop advanced close to Minamata, and set up a battle formation from Mt. Ozeki to Kukino.
  871. On May 11, the crown prince of the Russian Empire (the Tsar's son, Tsarevich Nicholas) who would become Nicholai II (Tsarevich Nicholas II) was wounded seriously in the attack by a thug (Otsu Incident) during his visit to Japan, and people seethed in all over Japan.
  872. On May 1189 (leap April 1189 under the old lunar calendar), Yasuhira gave in to this and attacked Yoshitsune at Koromogawa no Tachi (residence of the Oshu-Fujiwara clan), where Yoshitsune was living, forcing Yoshitsune to commit suicide.
  873. On May 12 in the same year, Korechika was bestowed Zuijin (Imperial Guards) and Hyojo (armed soldiers) which was a privilege equivalent to Kanpaku, but on May 17, he lost his father, his strongest supporter.
  874. On May 12, 1351, he suddenly died at his own house in the Horikawashichijo District, Kyoto.
  875. On May 12, 1556, Kenshin informed his vassals, his intention of becoming a priest, and on August 13, 1556, he ran away from Kasugayama-jo Castle and headed for Mt. Koya.
  876. On May 12, 1582, Nobunaga left Azuchi-jo Castle to worship on Chikubushima Island in Lake Biwa.
  877. On May 12, 1875, he was appointed an acting Chief Justice as second-class judge (position of Chief Justice was vacant).
  878. On May 12, 2007, however, in a decision at the appeal hearings, the Supreme Court (Japan) (Presiding Judge Mutsuo TAHARA) dismissed the damage suit against the Japanese government.
  879. On May 12, 675, Mino no Okimi was dispatched to worship the god of the wind in Tateno, Tatsuta with SAEKI no Hirotarii.
  880. On May 12, 804, four Kentoshi ships with FUJIWARA no Kadonomaro and other Japanese envoys sailed from the port of Naniwa (in present-day Osaka Prefecture) to the Tang Dynasty of China.
  881. On May 12, 956, he was appointed to Sachuben (middle controller of the left), concurrently.
  882. On May 12, Shonagon, concurrently.
  883. On May 12, by taking the opportunity, the detached 2nd brigade started advancing towards the south along five roads in the northern part of the Kuma Basin including the Goka-no-sho-do Road.
  884. On May 12, he resigned as nairan.
  885. On May 12, he was appointed as Udaijin (minister of the right), retained his position as Togufu (educational adviser of Imperial Prince).
  886. On May 12, he was granted the positions of zo shoichii (Senior First Rank, posthumously conferred) and Daijo-daijin (Grand Minister).
  887. On May 12, the Hoyoku-tai troop was defeated in Sashiki, but the Raigeki-tai troop fought equally with the overwhelmingly powerful government army and the battle became so serious that it was called 'a second Battle of Tabaruzaka.'
  888. On May 12th (April 1st in old lunar calendar), Nobunaga ordered his men to set fire to Kamigyo and Shimogyo, the base of Yoshiaki's power, in order to punish him.
  889. On May 13 of the same year, KUNU no Maro was deprived of his official court rank in the name of his disobedience to imperial orders.
  890. On May 13, 1024, she married MINAMOTO no Morofusa, who was at the time the Ukone no Gon no chujo (Provisional Middle Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) and also was the adopted son of Yorimichi.
  891. On May 13, 1256, at 70 years old she died due to a sickness caused by fasting.
  892. On May 13, 772, his death was reported from Shimotsuke Province to Emperor Konin.
  893. On May 13, 889 he was demoted from nobility to subject after receiving an Imperial order from Emperor Uda to have the name of Taira.
  894. On May 13, 889, he received an Imperial order from Emperor Uda to establish the Taira clan and was demoted from nobility to subject.
  895. On May 13, he assassinated Yoshio TONOUCHI at Shijo-Ohashi Bridge with Kondo and Kamo SERIZAWA due to the hegemony dispute within the troops.
  896. On May 13, he became a priest, and on May 17, he died.
  897. On May 13, he was appointed as an educational adviser of Imperial Prince Okihito (later Emperor Suko) concurrently.
  898. On May 13, the Emperor visited Kyoto Hotel where Nicholas stayed, and then escorted Nicholas to Kobe together with 3 Imperial Princes, Taruhito, Takehito and Yoshihisa.
  899. On May 13, the tosei supreme commander, the Imperial Prince Arisugawanomiya Taruhito entered Edo Castle, and the castle was placed under the control of the new government.
  900. On May 14
  901. On May 14, 1221, the Retired Emperor Go-Toba gave an official document to expel the regent Yoshitoki HOJO from the government; he gathered the solders near Kyoto and triggered the Jokyu War, but he was severely beaten by the Kamakura government.
  902. On May 14, 1226, he was appointed as Sokengyo (General Superior Officer) of Rusudokoro (the absentee office of the provincial governor) in Musashi Province.
  903. On May 14, 1705, he succeeded to the family property due to his father's retirement.
  904. On May 14, 1705, he transferred the responsibility for the family to his second son, Fusasada and went into retirement, then died on March 13, 1713 at the age of 55.
  905. On May 14, 1782, he celebrated his genpuku (coming of age) and began to be called "Ienari."
  906. On May 14, 1878, OKUBO and NAKAMURA were assassinated by six fuhei shizoku (former samurai with gripes) including Ichiro SHIMADA and Go CHOREN on the way to Akasaka temporary Imperial Palace, where NAKAMURA received a fatal thrust into the throat.
  907. On May 14, 1878, they assassinated Okubo at Kinoizaka in Tokyo (Kinoizaka Incident).
  908. On May 14, 1888, he received the Grand Cordon of the Supreme Order of the Chrysanthemum.
  909. On May 14, 1964, 'Shotokuhi' (a monument which praises one's high virtue) was dedicated at the southern side of the Kannon-toge Mountain pass tunnel in recognition of his great achievement.
  910. On May 14, Ieyasu married Asahihime, but still refused to become a vassal of Hideyoshi.
  911. On May 14, Okuma proposed a radical paper money consolidation plan which he had drawn in his Minister of the Treasury age.
  912. On May 14, six companies including Seigi-tai led by Takagi and others assailed the guard of Kumamoto Garrison in Mt. Kagami along the Nobeoka-kaido Road, and advanced to Mamihara and Kawaguchi, chasing the guard.
  913. On May 14, the four later dispatched companies also arrived at Takeda, and the soldiers selected from the Oitatotsugeki-tai joined the forces.
  914. On May 15 of the same year, Jogiinkai (the permanent committee) approved of changing the name from Bujutsu Senmon Gakko to Budo Senmon Gakko (Vocational Training School of Martial Arts).
  915. On May 15 of the same year, he committed suicide together with his family at Ryumon-ji Temple on Mt. Shigi in Yamato Province.
  916. On May 15, 1136 he entered priesthood and died at the age of 60.
  917. On May 15, 1251, Kasaidono gave birth to Tokimune at the Amanawa residence where Matsushitazenni (Zen nun of Matsushita), Tokiyori's mother, lived.
  918. On May 15, 1689, as Genzaemon Shigeyoshi MURAO was dispatched to the Ryukyu Kingdom, Masachika followed Shigeyoshi and went overseas to Ryukyu.
  919. On May 15, 1808, Takahisa died in Edo and Takamasa succeeded to him.
  920. On May 15, 1840, he assumed an additional post as Togu no fu (an official in charge of education of the Crown Prince) of the crown prince (Imperial Prince Osahito, future Emperor Komei).
  921. On May 15, 1866, Sanjuro's dead body was found below the stone steps of the Gion-sha Shrine (present Yasaka-jinja Shrine) in Higashiyama.
  922. On May 15, 1878, the Imperial court gave Okubo the Udaijin Shonii.
  923. On May 15, 1884, Jinzo KONDO and other 10 people in Yamashita Village, Yurugi County attacked Usaburo TSUYUKI, a usurer in Isshiki Village in that county, and his employee Kosuke TSUYUKI at an inn called Kawasakiya in Oiso-juku, and murdered them with a sword.
  924. On May 15, 1899
  925. On May 15, 1956, this tumulus was designated as a national historical place.
  926. On May 15, 2000, it became a current topic when Yoshiro MORI (Prime Minister at that time) announced 'Japan is county of god with the Emperor as the centre of the country' (please refer to the chapter concerning the announcement of the country of god).
  927. On May 15, 593, she appointed her nephew, Prince Umayado (Prince Shotoku), as the Crown Prince and let him administer the critical affairs of state as a proxy.
  928. On May 15, 884, she was demoted from nobility to subject with her elder brother, Prince Sadami (later Emperor Uda), and was given the Minamoto clan name of Asomi.
  929. On May 15, 897, he has appointed Governor of Owari Province.
  930. On May 15, Narichika had already returned to Gon Chunagon, Uhyoe no kami (Captain of the Right Division of Middle Palace Guards) and Kebiishi no betto.
  931. On May 15, he was transferred into Monjo hakase.
  932. On May 15, he was transferred to the governor of Jingikan from Jyokyoku Giso.
  933. On May 1556, his wife's father Dosan SAITO was defeated and killed in battle by his son Yoshitatsu SAITO.
  934. On May 15th, Masujiro OMURA leading the new government's army, suppressed the Shogitai troops in one day (Please refer to the Battle of Ueno.).
  935. On May 16, 1003, someone knocked on the door of Yukihira's estate.
  936. On May 16, 1172, he died at the age of fifty-seven.
  937. On May 16, 1689, Basho and his pupil Sora KAWAI left Saitoan (Basho's hermitage) in Fukagawa, Edo (presently Koto Ward) to begin the journey to north and on his departure, Basho composed the poem reading, 'The spring is passing ? the birds all mourn and fishes' eyes are wet with tears.'
  938. On May 16, 1689, the position of Fuyutsuna was returned from Sessho to Kanpaku as Emperor Higashiyama grew up, but on February 21, 1690, he was deprived of Kanpaku by Motohiro KONOE who conspired with the bakufu.
  939. On May 16, 587, when Emperor Yomei fell ill, he asked the crowd of his retainers whether he would be allowed to pursue his desire to practice Buddhism or not.
  940. On May 16, 781, Prince Yamanobe ascended the throne as Emperor Kanmu and, on March 16, 783, she was promoted to Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) from no rank.
  941. On May 16, he was reappointed Hyobu-taifu (official of the Ministry of Military).
  942. On May 16, negotiations began with Onjo-ji Temple, harboring Mochihito-o, to turn him over.
  943. On May 16, the government army attacked the 5th company of the Hoyoku-tai troop in Ichinose.
  944. On May 16th, he transferred reigns of the family to his 14th son, Imperial Prince Fushiminomiya Sadanaru, and retired.
  945. On May 17, 1156, she was permitted to use the title of Imperial Princess, and was decided by fortunetelling to serve as saigu.
  946. On May 17, 1168, he assumed the position of Daijodaijin (Grand Minister) as a successor to Kiyomori, who had resigned.
  947. On May 17, 1169, Shigeko was appointed as Nyoin (an honorific title for the mother of an emperor, etc) and received the in go title of Kenshumonin.
  948. On May 17, 1170, Motomichi had a ceremony of attaining manhood and was awarded the rank of Shogoinoge.
  949. On May 17, 1185, Yoshimori started a fight with a retainer of Yoshiyasu ICHIJYO, a husband of Yoritomo's younger sister, about a trivial matter when Yoshitsune was refused permission to go to Kamakura and was ordered to stay at Koshigoe since he incurred the wrath of MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, his older brother.
  950. On May 17, 1252, after Yoritsugu resigned from shogun, Imperial Prince Munetaka came down from Kyoto as a successor to Yoritsugu.
  951. On May 17, 1569, Ujizane surrendered Kakegawa-jo Castle in exchange for sparing the lives of his senior vassals.
  952. On May 17, 1578, he holed up in Ureshino-jo Castle in Harima in cooperation with the Chugoku district army of Hideyoshi HASHIBA (later Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI) who was ordered by Nobunaga ODA, but Hideyoshi sent him no reinforcements, so he was attacked by Nagaharu BESSHO and he killed himself.
  953. On May 17, 1687, Masakata MATSUDAIRA was dispatched from the shogunate to Kyoto as a senior envoy of keiga sojo shisha (a felicitation messenger to the emperor) on the enthronement of Emperor Higashiyama, and Mototsune accompanied Masakata as a vice envoy.
  954. On May 17, 1912, he died of stomach cancer at Okubo.
  955. On May 17, 1951, the Empress Teimei met her demise from angina pectoris.
  956. On May 17, he became kogogu daibu (Master of the Empress's Household), taking the other four posts, Chunagon, Sadaiben, Chugu daifu and Harima no kami concurrently.
  957. On May 17, the Hideyoshi forces besieged the castle with an army of as many as 30,000 troops, led by the Ukita forces.
  958. On May 17th, 1828, Iesada celebrated his genpuku (celebration of one's coming of age).
  959. On May 18 (April 7 in old lunar calendar), Nobunaga made peace with Yoshiaki according to Emperor Ogimachi's imperial command of reconciliation.
  960. On May 18 1907, theft occurred in the village of Gushichan Magiri.
  961. On May 18, 1508, Sumimoto HOSOKAWA and Yukinaga MIYOSHI realized the disadvantage of having a band of kunishu (local samurai) who ruled Settsu Province take the side of Takakuni HOSOKAWA and also of the army of Yoshioki OUCHI close at hand, set fire to their residence and fled to Omi Province again.
  962. On May 18, 1562 he was promoted to the Junior Fourth, Upper Grade as Mutsu no Kami.
  963. On May 18, 1683, Yoshishige, who had acted as his guardian, passed away, finally forcing Kuranosuke to be independent.
  964. On May 18, 1737, he was sent to Kyoto as the bakufu's messenger to express its condolences on the death of Emperor Nakamikado.
  965. On May 18, 1865, he succeeded the reigns of the family due to his father Michitane's retirement.
  966. On May 18, 1869, he surrendered to the new government.
  967. On May 18, 1880, his rank was promoted to Sho-nii.
  968. On May 18, 997, Taikotaigo gu gon no daibu (Minister of Empress dowager's household agency).
  969. On May 18, also assumed the position of Harima no Gon no Kami.
  970. On May 18, also assumed the position of Togu no fu (an official in charge of education of the Crown Prince, Imperial Prince Morihira, later Emperor Juntoku).
  971. On May 18, he resigned Gon no chunagon.
  972. On May 18, the Old Shogunate military surrendered to the new government.
  973. On May 19, 1252, when there was an occasion for the Prince of Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA to give a feast, Yasutsuna suggested an appointed time.
  974. On May 19, 1284, he became a Buddhist priest and took the name Koso.
  975. On May 19, 1630, he performed Noh when Iemitsu TOKUGAWA visited the residence of Akita domain of the Satsuma domain.
  976. On May 19, 1645 he was promoted to the rank of Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade when he visited Kyoto as vice-envoy to principle envoy Shegemune ITAKURA for the genpuku (celebration of the coming of age) of Ietsuna TOKUGAWA.
  977. On May 19, 1850, he wrote calligraphy on a byobu (folding screen) for the Sanmon (temple gate), and he was appointed to the highest rank of calligraphers "Hoin" and was permitted to bear a surname and wear a pair of swords.
  978. On May 19, 1900, the establishment was successfully admitted, and the inauguration ceremony of the school was held on June 5 of the same year.
  979. On May 19, 1953, the Ministry of Education lifted the restrictions on Kendo as a social form of physical education.
  980. On May 19, 675 the Emperor Tenmu enacted a new law prohibiting a meat diet; conserving alevin was required and eating, beef, horse meat, dog meat, meat of Japanese monkey, and chicken was banned from May 3 to October 27.
  981. On May 19, Akiko arrived in Paris via the Trans-Siberian Railway; during four months up to her leaving to Japan from Marseille, France on September 21, she visited England, Belgium, Germany, Austria, and the Netherlands and so on.
  982. On May 19, he was promoted to Shonii (Senior Second Rank) and shifted to Sadaijin.
  983. On May 19, the anniversary of Kakujo's death, a ritual 'Chuko-ki Bonmo-e' is held every year at Toshodai-ji Temple, during which time uchiwa fans are distributed from the Shariden Hall to cherish the memory of his great achievements.
  984. On May 19, the detached 2nd brigade (led by Major General Yamada) attacked the Satsuma army in Mizunashi and Okochi, strategic places along the Mankogoedo Road, one of those reaching Hitoyoshi.
  985. On May 19, the side bank was broken and the castle was flooded and fell into confusion.
  986. On May 19th, he died.
  987. On May 19th, the Secretary Kinoshita submitted the notification of the Shakai minshuto's formation to the police; however, on the 20th they summoned Kinoshita to the Kanda Police Station and handed him a mandate by the Tokyo Metropolitan Police commissioner Kanemichi ANRAKU.
  988. On May 1st, he sailed from Kagoshima with some soldiers of the domain to assist in the Hakodate War as the Sosasihiki commander.
  989. On May 2 (there is a different view) he forced Nobutaka ODA, the third son of Nobunaga, to commit suicide, and Kazumasu TAKIGAWA surrendered soon.
  990. On May 2, 10,000 Rokuhara worriers were deployed in Segawa.
  991. On May 2, 1185, a naval battle between the Taira clan and Kanto government forces was fought (the Battle of Dannoura).
  992. On May 2, 1185, the Taira clan was defeated at the Battle of Dannoura and fell into ruin.
  993. On May 2, 1186, Suo was designated as the province to bear the expenses to reconstructing Toda-ji Temple.
  994. On May 2, 1191, he was appointed to teacher of the law in the Ritsuryo system and Senior Lieutenant at the Left Division of Outer Palace Guards.
  995. On May 2, 1663, the bakufu appointed him as a kashi (ambassador) along with Motomasa OSAWA at the time of enthronement of the Emperor Reigen, and went to Kyoto.
  996. On May 2, 1669, Shigenori (Kanzaemon) HOSHINO, the samurai who belonged to the Owari Clan, became Tenka-ichi with 8,000 arrows shot out of 10,542.
  997. On May 2, 1864, they finally raised an army with the 62 followers who gathered at the Mt. Tsukuba.
  998. On May 2, 1925, Tsumasaburo BANDO Productions created its own movie studio after clearing a bamboo grove,
  999. On May 2, 1926, the partnership company, 'Ichiritsu & Co. and Bando Tsumasaburo Productions' Uzumasa Studio' was established, sponsored by Ichiritsu & Co., owned by Ryousuke TACHIBANA, the former sales department manager of the former film distribution company called Toa Kinema.
  1000. On May 2, 2006, the International Kyudo Federation was founded in order to popularize and promote Kyudo.

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