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  1. On May 2, 707, Komaro asked the Imperial Court if SHIMOTSUKENU no Iwashiro (SHIMOTSUKENU no Ason Iwashiro) could change his family name into SHIMOTSUKENU no Kawachi Ason and received permission for it.
  2. On May 2, 790, she died at the age of 31 and was buried in the Takabatake Mausoleum (The Nagaoka Mausoleum, Muko City, Kyoto Prefecture).
  3. On May 2, 941, he served concurrently as Minbu taifu (Senior Assistant Minister of Popular Affairs).
  4. On May 2, samurai of Kumamoto clan took over Kurume Castle and arrested top officials of the clan (Dairaku escaped in the last minute) under orders from the government, and Michiteru OTAGI was arrested on May 3.
  5. On May 2, the Taira family was completely destroyed in the Battle of Dan no ura.
  6. On May 2, the fifth messengers reported information on confiscation of the Asano family's properties in Edo.
  7. On May 2, the position of Fuyutsune was transferred from Kanpaku to Sessho because Emperor Higashiyama who was about to ascend the throne was a child.
  8. On May 20 of the same year, Otokoyama Management Office belonging to Keihan Bus Co. Ltd. was established (The office started operations on May 27 of the same year).
  9. On May 20, 1195, he also accompanied Yoritomo on his visit to Tenno-ji Temple.
  10. On May 20, 1652, he was born as a child of Norisuke ICHIJO who assumed Udaijin (Minister of the Right) and belonged to one of Gosekke (the five families of the Fujiwara clan whose members were eligible for the positions of Sessho and Kanpaku).
  11. On May 20, 1957, Shinai sport and Kendo were combined, thus making it possible to include Kendo in the regular curriculum in junior and senior high schools.
  12. On May 20, 1994 he was born on a Northern farm in Hokkaido.
  13. On May 20, 692, FUMI no Imiki Chitoko was given the rank of Jikidaiichi and Haburimono (gifts given at funeral).
  14. On May 20, 843, he was promoted to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  15. On May 20, 917, he was transferred to Konoefu (the Headquarters of the Inner Palace Guards).
  16. On May 20, Senge (an imperial proclamation) was issued apppointing him as as Sessho.
  17. On May 20, he doubled as Kunaikyo.
  18. On May 20, his second son Natsuhiko was born.
  19. On May 20, the detached 3rd brigade advanced to Kukino.
  20. On May 20, the rebellion was quelled in three days and then the remnants of Iga province were destroyed.
  21. On May 21 Kuranosuke had nearly completed his duties and on June 25 he finally left his birthplace of Ako.
  22. On May 21 of the next year, he made an offer to Nikko Toshogu Shrine.
  23. On May 21 of the same year, he was ordered to be a part of the Imperial court along with AWATA no Mahito, TAKAMUKO no Maro, SHIMOTSUKENU no Komaro and ONO no Kenu.
  24. On May 21, 1333, the regent Moritoki HOJO left the Hojo family in Sadayuki's charge and he called himself Sagami no kami (Governor of Sagami Province).
  25. On May 21, 1678, due to the death of his father, Nagatsugu, Nagashige's elder brother, Nagasuke OGASAWARA succeeded their father as the head of the family and became the lord of the Yoshida Domain in Mikawa Province.
  26. On May 21, 1708, Sohen passed away in Edo.
  27. On May 21, 1729, he was born in Edo.
  28. On May 21, 1865, he left for Edo along with Toshizo HIJIKATA, Kashitaro ITO, Hajime SAITO and Heisuke TODO, and they applied to enlist when recruitment efforts were underway.
  29. On May 21, 702, Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) OTOMO no Sukune Yasumaro received an order to participate in the Imperial Court.
  30. On May 21, 950, he was appointed Ji-ju (Chamberlain).
  31. On May 21, Lieutenant Colonel NAKAMURA raided the Satsuma army in the Yokono area, making the enemy retreat to Iwano Village.
  32. On May 21, Ryoo sensed his time of death was close and started meditating.
  33. On May 21, he was given a courtly rank of Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  34. On May 21, he was posthumously conferred as Shoichii Daijo-daijin (Senior First Rank, Grand Minister).
  35. On May 21, nine members of the group sent to pacify the radicals, including Shigeru NARAHARA and Tsunayoshi OYAMA, engaged in a sword fight with the radicals at Teradaya, and six members including Arima were killed whilst the rest were arrested and sent back to Satsuma.
  36. On May 22 (April 15 in old lunar calendar), Yoritomo spoke ill of those who appointed by the Imperial Court without Yoritomo's unofficial recommendation, and banned them from returning to Togoku.
  37. On May 22 the bakufu army fell, and the HOJO family, including Takatoki HOJO, fell at Toshoji-Temple (Toshoji Gassen (Tosho-ji War)).
  38. On May 22, "Oike Station" was renamed "Karasuma Oike" for the coming Kyoto Municipal Subway Tozai Line's opening.
  39. On May 22, 1209, he was given the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and on July 6, he was appointed to Konoefu (Inner Palace Guard).
  40. On May 22, 1238, he passed away at the age of 84.
  41. On May 22, 1333, he resigned as seii taishogun.
  42. On May 22, 1667, he went into retirement.
  43. On May 22, 1672, Nagashige transferred to the position of osoba-kosho (a servant working beside the shogun) and was given the rank of Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and was appointed as the governor of Sado Province.
  44. On May 22, 1845, he was born in Hikawa village, Kai Province (current Yamanashi City, Higashi Yamanashi District, Yamanashi Prefecture).
  45. On May 22, 1850, he was released from the house confinement.
  46. On May 22, 1874, he died before his father.
  47. On May 22, 739 or April 7 on the old calendar, Hironari passed away.
  48. On May 22, 809, she resigned when her father, Emperor Heizei abdicated from the throne.
  49. On May 22, FUCHIBE decided to attack Yunoura in Sashikiguchi, and commanded the 3rd and 4th companies of the Kanjo-tai troop, the 6th company of the Hoyoku-tai troop, and other two troops to march.
  50. On May 22, he also assumed the position of Shikibu Gon no Taifu (Provisional Senior Assistant Minister of Ceremonial).
  51. On May 22, he was appointed as Sessho, Ichiza and Fujiwarashi choja.
  52. On May 22, they launched a full-scale attack by order of Saigo and in June they gained control of the area where the incident took place, continuing to advance on their territory.
  53. On May 23 (Apri 12 in old lunar calendar), 1573, in Komanba in Shinano Province, Shingen TAKEDA died of illness, leading to dissolution of the coalition against Nobunaga.
  54. On May 23 (in Gregorain calender, which was April 12, 1573 in old lunar calender), he passed away on Mikawa-kaido road on the way back to Kai Province; he died at the age of 53.
  55. On May 23 in 1216, over 50 thieves, who robbed To-ji Temple, were handed over to him at Ichijo kawara from kebiishi (a police and judicial chief).
  56. On May 23, 1298, he was promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  57. On May 23, 1569, Ujizane adopted Kokuo-Maru (later Ujinao HOJO), a son of Ujimasa HOJO, and he promised to pass down Suruga to Kokuo-Maru after he became of age (at this point, Norimochi IMAGAWA, Ujizane's heir, was not yet born).
  58. On May 23, 1613, Tansei underwent sokushinbutsu (the practice causing one's own deaths in a way that results in mummification) in a cave beside the main hall.
  59. On May 23, 1854, he succeeded to the position of family head at the time of his older brother's retirement, and was then conferred to Jugoinoge in January 1855.
  60. On May 23, 1893, Osaka Railway (Sakurai Line at present) was set up.
  61. On May 23, 587, Emperor Yomei passed away.
  62. On May 23, 701, he gave kosetsu (lectures such as those on the Buddhist scriptures) on new codes to all the officials, and on June 1(old calendar), he also gave kosetsu on Soni ryo (Regulations for Monks and Nuns) at Daian-ji Temple.
  63. On May 23, 701, they lectured on the new codes for the first time by order of the Emperor Monmu.
  64. On May 23, 735 or April 23 on the old calendar, he was appointed to Shoshiinojo (Senior Fourth Rank Upper Grade).
  65. On May 23, 885, she passed away.
  66. On May 23, 887, resigned from the Chunagon, Minbukyo and Mutsu Dewa Azechi and retired.
  67. On May 23, 951, he was reassigned as Uhyoe no suke (an official of the Right Imperial Guards).
  68. On May 23, Shingen TAKEDA suddenly died.
  69. On May 23, Yoritomo issued a decree that any gokenin, including Tomomasa, who were appointed without permission should be prohibited to come back to their home land, and it said as follows.
  70. On May 23, he was appointed as Jiju.
  71. On May 23, he was appointed as Sakone no shosho (Minor Captain of the Left Palace Guards).
  72. On May 23, the detached 3rd brigade defeated the Satsuma army in the Kuratani, Takahira and Ono areas one after another, entering Ono.
  73. On May 23, the government army advanced to Mt. Yahazu and attacked the Satsuma army with overwhelming material and troop strength.
  74. On May 23th, 1691, large doghouses were constructed in Okubo and Yotsuya.
  75. On May 24 (old lunar calendar), Yoshitsune handed a message to OE no Hiromoto, Yoritomo's close confidant, that he had no intention of an uprising, and this message is well known to date as Koshigoe-jo (Message of Koshigoe).
  76. On May 24, 1596, he was granted the house status of the Seiga family.
  77. On May 24, 1744, he was granted the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  78. On May 24, 1887, he was given the title of Viscount because of his contributions to the establishment of the Mint and the development of railways.
  79. On May 24, Tokuko's pregnancy was confirmed and Munemori's wife, Kiyoko, was chosen as the wet nurse.
  80. On May 24, a group of women and children left the tea hill in Uji City, where they worked, without permission and with only the clothes they were wearing, and this is said to be the beginning of okage mairi of the Meiwa era.
  81. On May 24, he rose to the rank of Juichii and retained his position as Sessyo and Naidaijin.
  82. On May 24, the detached 1st brigade and the detached 3rd brigade made attacks in full strength: While they fought with the Satsuma army around the Namida-bashi Bridge, soldiers on the warships attacked the Satsuma army on the rear and routed it.
  83. On May 25, 13 articles of regulations for the United States-Japan relationship were laid down in the Treaty of Shimoda.
  84. On May 25, 1530, his legitimate son Yoritaka suddenly passed away earlier than Yorimitsu at the age of 31 and in 1534, he transferred the head of the family to his legitimate grandchild Yorishige SUWA (the Sengoku period), entered into priesthood and called himself Hekiunsai.
  85. On May 25, 1531, Gashu Sanka-ji Temples gave orders to subdue Chosho-ji Temple on the grounds that it violated 'Sanhorei' and 'Ichimon-Ikke System.'
  86. On May 25, 1860, he was appointed to Juichii (Junior First Rank).
  87. On May 25, 1893, Kumataro and Yagoro, wearing swords and holding guns, committed the crime intentionally in the rainy midnight.
  88. On May 25, 1910, 'Shinshu Akashina Bomb Incident' occurred, in which a socialist in the Shinshu region, Takichi MIYASHITA, and other three socialists were arrested for plotting to kill the Meiji Emperor.
  89. On May 25, 1910, he was arrested at his home in Nagano Prefecture on suspicion of violating the Explosives Control Act (Meika Incident).
  90. On May 25, 814, when Emperor Saga visited the Kanindai residence of Fuyutsugu and Mitsuko, a common citizen, was appointed as Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) ("Ruiju Kokushi" (Classified National History)).
  91. On May 25, 944, he was transferred to Uchuben (Middle Controller of the Right) in Kyoto.
  92. On May 25, 967, Emperor Murakami dies, and the Crown Prince, Imperial Prince Norihira (Emperor Reizei), succeeds to the throne.
  93. On May 25, 967, the Emperor--still in power--died at the age of 42.
  94. On May 25, Araki inspected Ako-jo Castle together with Sakakibara, Masauji ISHIHARA (local governor) and Toshinobu OKADA (local governor).
  95. On May 25, Japanese warship sailed into Pusan without Korean permission and threatened Korea by showing the shooting exercise etc.
  96. On May 25, Yasube TAKEDA died at Futto Juodo.
  97. On May 25, he returned to the capital.
  98. On May 25, he was dismissed from the post of Chief Imperial Accountant and was disallowed to attend meetings held at the inner palace.
  99. On May 25, he worked as Udaiben (Major Controller of the Right) concurrently and left Sachuben.
  100. On May 25, however, against Sozen (who had the Emperor's support), Katsumoto occupied the government and recruited a shogun, and on May 26 he provoked a battle against the Yamana side (the Onin War).
  101. On May 25, the Shonai clan fell upon and burned down the entire town of Tendo Castle.
  102. On May 25, the same year, the railway technology research laboratory (present Railway Technical Research Institute) reported in the lecture meeting commemorating the 50th anniversary of the laboratory that, when new broad gauge railways were laid, it would be possible to operate trains on them in three hours between Tokyo and Osaka.
  103. On May 26 he said in his delirium, grasping Okubo's hand, 'Saigo, have done with it.'
  104. On May 26, 1180, he passed away.
  105. On May 26, 1338 in the Kenmu era after the fall of the Kenmu Government, she was awarded ingo (a title of respect given to close female relatives of the Emperor or a woman of comparable standing) again by the imperial decree of Emperor Komyo in the Northern Court (Japan).
  106. On May 26, 1552, Kagetora was appointed to Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) danjo-shohitsu (Associate Deputy Minister of Justice).
  107. On May 26, 1597, Sugen-in bore Senhime (wife of Hideyori TOYOTOMI, later, wife of Tadatoki HONDA) in the residence of Tokugawa in Fushimi-jo Castle in Kyoto.
  108. On May 26, 1841, his oldest brother, Kannyo, died and he was appointed Hoshi (successor to the abbacy) on January 21, 1842 and changed his homyo to Gonnyo.
  109. On May 26, 1862, he changed the domain name from Nishoji to Nishioji.
  110. On May 26, 1940, he wrote the 'Memorandum on Forming a New Political Party' with Koichi KIDO and Yoriyasu ARIMA.
  111. On May 26, 1979, a new bus stop Konishi was founded at the section of the route between Mori - Kawaguchi.
  112. On May 26, he moved to another residential castle, Kameyama-jo Castle (Tanba Province) and made preparations for departure to the front.
  113. On May 26, the incident came to a finish due to agreement to all of the demands of the monks, with Morotaka exiled to Owari Province (present western Aichi Prefecture) and Shigemori's soldier who fired the arrow into the mikoshi detained.
  114. On May 26, when the 4th brigade advanced and launched attacks from the two sides of the Torigoe-do Road and Katsurayama, the Satsuma army retreated towards the Kawakami area without making any resistance.
  115. On May 26, worried Sanetomo sent an envoy to Yoshimori's residence.
  116. On May 26th, 2000, he died of acute cardiac infarction in a hospital in Nakano Ward, Tokyo Metropolis.
  117. On May 27, 1132: took up the post of Kaga no kami (Governor of Kaga Province).
  118. On May 27, 1582, Nagayoshi crossed the border between Shinano and Echigo Provinces to support the armies of northern provinces, including Katsuie SHIBATA's army, and invaded into the area around Nihongi (present-day Joetsu City) in Echigo Province, from where Kasugayama-jo Castle could be seen at a short distance.
  119. On May 27, 16 days after the incident, Kojima applied the article 292 of the former penal code, which stated about premeditated murder attempt against ordinary people, and sentenced Tsuda to life imprisonment.
  120. On May 27, 1904, Katsusuke was hit by a gun at Jinshan Nanzan (commonly called Jinshan or Nanzan) and he was injured in the stomach so hard, an air hole was opened.
  121. On May 27, 1943, Higashi-Maizuru City was abolished and new Maizuru City was established by merging both Cities on an equal footing.
  122. On May 27, 686, Taki no Himemiko, Yamashiro Hime no Okimi, and Mrs. ISHIKAWA were sent to Ise-jingu Shrine.
  123. On May 27, 686, she was sent to the Ise-jingu Shrine with Onuno iratsume to pray for the recovery of the emperor, who was her father.
  124. On May 27, he was promoted to Shonii (Senior Second Rank) and remained in the position of Gon Chunagon Kotaigogu Gon no daibu.
  125. On May 27, which happened to be Maizuru City Navy Commemoration Day of the same year, both cities were united.
  126. On May 27,1868 Yoshiakira SO, the lord of Tsushima domain, submitted a petition to the government.
  127. On May 28 of the same year, he also attended the Emperor at Iwashimizu Hachiman-gu Shrine.
  128. On May 28 of the same year, her husband, Emperor Suzaku transferred his position to the successor.
  129. On May 28, 1181 (the old calendar), he was chosen as Shikoshu who guarded Yoritomo's place to sleep.
  130. On May 28, 1193, the Soga brothers plotted revenge and Noriyori received a report that Yoritomo was killed, then Noriyori said to Masako Hojo who mourned the death "Don't worry, I 'll take over leading position after Yoritomo".
  131. On May 28, 1247, he entered the priesthood.
  132. On May 28, 1611, he met his grandfather Ieyasu Tokugawa at the Nijo-jo Castle in Kyoto.
  133. On May 28, 1699 he succeeded from his father (when his father retired).
  134. On May 28, 906, she demised at the age of sixty-nine, and was posthumously awarded Shoichii (Senior First Rank) on May 30.
  135. On May 28, Yasutoki resigned as the governor of Musashi Province.
  136. On May 28, he resigned Daigaku no kami.
  137. On May 28, the government army attacked the 7th company of the Jozantai-tai troop in Kazawa Village.
  138. On May 29, 1367, he became the Kamakura kubo.
  139. On May 29, 1546, however, Ujiyasu, who had made haste for Kawagoe-jo Castle intending to attack the enemy from the rear, launched a suprise assault on the allied forces.
  140. On May 29, 1981, service began on the section between Kitaoji Station and Kyoto Station.
  141. On May 29, 946, he was allowed to access the imperial court.
  142. On May 29, 948, he was appointed as Sahyoe no suke (Assistant Director of the Left Imperial Police Division).
  143. On May 29, he arrived at Wenzhou Prefecture.
  144. On May 29, he returned to the capital.
  145. On May 29, the 4th brigade made a surprise attack on the Satsuma army from Mt. Hanakura and the Torigoe-zaka Slope, but was also driven back by the Satsuma army.
  146. On May 29, when the Imperial Guards landed in the northern part of Taiwan, Governor Tang and other leaders escaped from the island, but the government of the Republic of Formosa appointed Liu Yongfu, a hero in Sino-French War, as commander in chief and took the responsibility for resistance after the fall of Taipei.
  147. On May 29th, 1688, Hisataka DAIRUI, a direct retainer of the Shogunate, was punished for a violation of the ordinance.
  148. On May 3, 1333, Taketoki, who arrived at Hakata, served in the Chinzei tandai, however, Samurai-dokoro (the Board of Retainers) blamed him for his late attendance, which developed into an argument.
  149. On May 3, 1622 he died of an illness in a villa in Chosa, Aira-cho.
  150. On May 3, 1668, he was transferred from Tanabe Domain to Toyooka Domain.
  151. On May 3, 1784 (in old lunar calendar), he became a priest.
  152. On May 3, 1828, Kosho entered the Buddhist priesthood.
  153. On May 3, 1867, he was awarded a stipend of 100 koku and became the first head of the Tani family.
  154. On May 3, 1868, the Imperial army secured a blood-free surrender of the Edo Castle, the headquarters of the former Edo Shogunate, in exchange for aborting an all-out attack on Edo, and this accelerated the movement of abolishing the Shogunate system.
  155. On May 3, 1921, the site was designated as a national historical site.
  156. On May 3, 1924, while he was a student at Otani University he married Satoko OTANI, who was the third daughter of Prince Kuninomiya Kuniyoshi and a younger sister of Empress Kojun.
  157. On May 3, 1947, the kazoku system was abolished with the enforcement of the Constitution of Japan which stipulated the prohibition of aristocracy systems (Item 2, Article 14) and equality under the law (Item 1, Article 14).
  158. On May 3, 672, the Kokuri envoy, Fukaben carried out their research, while Kakumuso left Japan on May 5.
  159. On May 3, 711, he was appointed to Jugoi (Junior Fifth Rank).
  160. On May 3, 716, KIFUMI no Uruchimaro received a rice field as a result of his father's achievements.
  161. On May 3, 883, also assumed the position of the Minbukyo (Taxation Minister).
  162. On May 3, Katsuie arrived at Yanagase in Omi Province with his army of 30,000 men including Toshiie MAEDA and Morimasa SAKUMA, completing the deployment.
  163. On May 3, Michitoshi IWAMURA, the newly appointed prefectural governor, arrived in Kagoshima and sent kokuyusho (document of official notice) to SAIGO.
  164. On May 3, Nobuyoshi KAIEDA, Seiichiro KINASHI, Hikosaburo MIZUNO and Kiyoshi WATANABE entered into Edo-jo castle from Ote-mon Gate (Main Gate) as representatives of the new government and completed the surrender of Edo-jo castle.
  165. On May 3, the Battle of Dan-no-ura, the last battle between the Genji and Heike clans, was fought.
  166. On May 3, the Battle of Dannoura occurred and Noriyori's army stayed on land to support Yoshitsune's army who were fighting the naval battle.
  167. On May 3, transferred to the position of Sama no kami (the chief of Left Division of Bureau of Horses).
  168. On May 30 (April 27 under the old lunar calendar), Yoritomo in Izu Province also received the ryoji from his uncle, MINAMOTO no Yukiie.
  169. On May 30, 1017, Chakumo no gi (a girls ceremony to put on 'mo' (a sort of skirt) for the first time) was held for her at the same time as the Genpuku ceremony (ceremony of attaining manhood) was held for Nagaie.
  170. On May 30, 1089, she resigned to mourn for her mother.
  171. On May 30, 1213, Yoshihide's father Yoshimori decided to take up arms against a regent Yoshitoki HOJO, for Yoshitoki's repeated provocation.
  172. On May 30, 1217, he made his men tow the completed vessel from the Yuigahama beach to the sea, but it did not float and decayed on the beach.
  173. On May 30, 1252, Imperial Prince Munetaka visited the Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu Shrine.
  174. On May 30, 1258, there was a memorial service held at the Shochoju-in Temple, and Yasutsuna attended the procession of Imperial Prince Munetaka as a higher-ranked servant.
  175. On May 30, 1364, the Emperor inspected the volumes of four seasons.
  176. On May 30, 1873 Takanobu was commissioned as a sub lieutenant in the navy.
  177. On May 30, 2007, Kyoto City announced its 'Transit Mall' plan, whereby the section between Kawabata-dori Street and Karasuma-dori Street would be opened only to public transportation, with all private vehicles being banned.
  178. On May 30, 752, the ceremony in which Rushana Statue in Todai-ji Temple was given eyes, a ritual believed to invest the figure with sacred spirit, was held.
  179. On May 30, TAIRA no Kiyomune, son of Munemori, was conferred the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) in reward for his martial accomplishments.
  180. On May 30, Unkei started to create the Amida-Nyorai (Amitabha), Fudo-Myoo (Acala), Nidoshi, and Bishamonten (Vaisravana) statues ordered by Tokimasa HOJO for Ganjoju-in Temple in Kuni City, Izu, Shizuoka Prefecture.
  181. On May 30, Yoshimori raised an army with his family.
  182. On May 30, the main troop of the detached 2nd brigade led by Major General YAMADA started advancing towards Hitoyoshi along several roads including the Gokanosho-do Road and along the Shogaku-do Road.
  183. On May 31 in 1213, he received a letter from Yoshitoki HOJO that stated that he should defeat the Yoshimori WADA family, who was fleeing to Saikai after losing the Battle of Wada.
  184. On May 31, 1669, Shigenori made another attempt and broke Sonoemon's record by scoring 8,000 hits out of a total of 10,542 arrows, once again becomig the best in Japan.
  185. On May 31, 1784, he succeeded his family estate.
  186. On May 31, 1787, Ienari was promoted to Shonii Naidaijin (Senior Second Rank, Inner Minister) and also served for the position of Konoe no Daisho (Major Captain of the Palace Guards).
  187. On May 31, 1949: Kyoto Kogei Seni Daigaku (Kyoto Institute of Technology) was established under the new education system.
  188. On May 31, Antoku made a visit to Kanin from Yorimori's residence in Hachijo, and Yorimori's son received a promotion in recognition of providing his residence.
  189. On May 31, Jeonju, the capital ofJeolla Province was occupied.
  190. On May 34, 1149: took up the post of Tango no kami (Governor of Tango Province).
  191. On May 4 (traditional Japanese calendar date), just before Munemori, Yoshimune's father, was sent to Kamakura, Munemori pleaded with Yoshitsune to allow him to see the vice commander (Yoshimune) for the first time after he was captured at Dannoura.
  192. On May 4 in every year, Saio-dai Misogi no gi (a purifying ceremony of the acting High priestess) takes place.
  193. On May 4, 1550, Yoshiharu died at Omi Ano (the present-day Anou, Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture).
  194. On May 4, 1584, in the Battle of Okitanawate, when he fought the Ryuzoji clan of Hizen Province, he attacked the enemy's main force, and his heir Tadakata rendered distinguished service by killing the enemy General Takanobu RYUZOJI.
  195. On May 4, 1615, as a member of the Hokumen no Bushi (the retired emperor's household guards), he was given clearance to be admitted to the retired emperor's palace.
  196. On May 4, 1857, he took over as the head of the Matsudaira family in the Itoigawa Domain after Naoharu, his natural father, went into retirement (Around that time, he used the name Naokiyo).
  197. On May 4, 1875, he was appointed as third-class judge when Daishin-in (Predecessor of the Supreme Court of Japan) was founded on April 14 of the year.
  198. On May 4, 1900, 'Request for establishment of private Kyoto Housei School (Kyoto law and politics technical school)' was submitted to the Kyoto governor.
  199. On May 4, 1951, the First National Shinai Sport Competition was held at the Tokyo-Hibiya park.
  200. On May 4, 1954, the All Japan Iaido Federation was founded.
  201. On May 4, he was promoted to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank), retained his position as Sakonoe no chujo.
  202. On May 5(the old calendar) Ieyasu left Kyoto.
  203. On May 5, 1226 the Kawagoe clan was restored as Shigekazu was appointed to the head of the absentee office of Musashi Province by the Kamakura Shogunate.
  204. On May 5, 1250, Yoritsugu entered the shogun's residence in Sagami Province for changing the direction (katatagae).
  205. On May 5, 1551, Naganori YUSA, who was resourceful shugodai considered as an actual landed daimyo of Kawachi, was assassinated.
  206. On May 5, 1870, Senkyoshi of Dai, Chu, and Sho with Sho and Gon, respectively, were renamed Hakushi of Dai, Chu, and Sho with Sho and Gon.
  207. On May 5, 1912, the Yomiuri Shimbun started a series of articles entitled 'Atarashii Onna' (New Women) with an article on Akiko's voyage to Paris, and on the following day the newspaper reported her departure (some 500 people including Raicho HIRATSUKA saw her off).
  208. On May 5, 685, Emperor Tenmu issued an imperial edict that 'every state should build its own hotokenomiya (an accommodation for Buddha) to install Buddha images with sutras, and worship them and hold a mass for them.'
  209. On May 5, 701, he promoted to Jusanmi Chunagon (Junior Third Rank Middle Councilor) at the age of 62. ("Kugyobunin")
  210. On May 5, 708, he received the official rank of Shogoinojo (Senior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  211. On May 5, 780 when KI no Hirozumi visited Korehari-jo Castle proposing the construction of Kakubetsu-jo Castle, Azamaro, who caught this opportunity, moved the armed forces of barbarians (military of barbarians), and woke up rebellion to kill Otate at first, then Hirozumi surrounding with many soldiers.
  212. On May 5, 788 or March 21 on the old calendar, in the following year, Kazuragi, together with 入間廣成 and KI no Mahito, were ordered by seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") in the Nara and Heian Period to go on a conquest leading the army.
  213. On May 5, 990, he resigned as Sessho and Dajo-daijin but became Kanpaku by Imperial proclamation.
  214. On May 5, Yoritomo and Masako visited Tsurugaoka-hachimangu Shrine for prayer.
  215. On May 5, katabira (light summer garment) made of kinu-chijimi (silk crepe) or asa-sarashi (bleached hemp) shall be worn, however, the base color shall be limited to white or black.
  216. On May 5, ten companies including the Koshin-tai troop led by Commander SAGARA arrived later and were merged with the Shinbu-tai troop.
  217. On May 5, the Raigeki-tai troop fought against the government army near the Ushio-gawa River but was defeated and the government army closed in on Oguchi.
  218. On May 5, the government army landed at Tanoura.
  219. On May 5, with the enactment of the National Mobilization Act and the Government Control of Power Act and the introduction of wartime economics, Japan entered a period of national socialization.
  220. On May 5,1682, Naganori was selected as one of the persons in charge of entertaining Chosen Tsushinshi (Emissary from Korea) and he entertained 伊趾寛, who is the chief of Emissary, in Izu Mishima (current Mishima City, Shizuoka Prefecture) on August 9.
  221. On May 6 (the old calendar) Battle of Domyoji took place when the Toyotomi forces lay in the bakufu army of 35,000 soldiers that were moving toward Osaka-jo Castle.
  222. On May 6, 1175, after his genpuku (coming of age) ceremony as an adopted child of his uncle Motofusa MATSUDONO, he was appointed as Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  223. On May 6, 1592 Kazuuji NAKAMURA and Magoichi SUZUKI visited the castle and recommended surrender, but the castle side rejected it.
  224. On May 6, 1837, Ienari resigned from the post of Seii Taishogun.
  225. On May 6, 1867, he stopped working for diplomacy and doubled as naikoku jimu sosai (the director general of Domestic Affairs Office).
  226. On May 6, 1949, the ration system of liquors was lifted and the sales of liquors was liberated.
  227. On May 6, 679, when Emperor Tenmu visited Yoshino, he participated in the Yoshino Pact to swear the unity of Prince Kusakabe, Prince Otsu, Prince Takechi, Prince Osakabe, and Prince Shiki in the face of Empress Uno no Sarara (later Emperor Jito).
  228. On May 6, he was admitted to the court for the first time, and had an audience with Emperor Gosai.
  229. On May 6, he was promoted to Gon Chunagon (Provisional Middle Counselor).
  230. On May 6, it captured Takatenjin-jo Castle and tracked down the Takeda clan.
  231. On May 6, the Satsuma army tried to detour west, crossing the Kotsuki-gawa River, to raid the government army.
  232. On May 6, the government army attacked the 4th company of the Hoyoku-tai troop, and the Satsuma army counterattacked it and succeeded in driving off the government army to Sashiki once.
  233. On May 6th, 1824, Iesada was born as the fourth son of the twelfth Shogun, Ieyoshi TOKUGAWA, in Edo-jo castle.
  234. On May 7 (the old calendar) the Toyotomi's army made preparations for interception from the present Abeno Ward, Osaka City to Hirano Ward.
  235. On May 7 during Osaka Natsu no Jin (the Summer Siege of Osaka), the party of Sukeshige JINBO deployed at Senbaguchi in front of other Date troops, was completely defeated by the surprise attack made by the party of Takenori AKASHI.
  236. On May 7, 1333, after the fall of Rokuhara Tandai (an administrative and judicial agency in Rokuhara, Kyoto), Moromoto was assigned as Dazai gon no sochi (Provisional Governor-General of the Dazai-fu offices) to capture Chinzei tandai (office of the military governor of Kyushu) which was the critical stronghold of the shogunate in Kyushu.
  237. On May 7, 1423, he was declared by the Emperor as the Seii Taishogun.
  238. On May 7, 1423, he was given the position of shogun from his father and was appointed as the fifth shogun of the Muromachi government at the age of 16.
  239. On May 7, 1511, he was promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) while still serving as a Jiju.
  240. On May 7, 1705, he became the lord of the Kano Domain in Mino Province.
  241. On May 7, 675, Emperor Tenmu forbade TAGIMA no Hiromaro and KUNU no Maro to come to the imperial court.
  242. On May 7, 681, 14 people including OKOMA no Miyatsuko Momoe were given Muraji as their kabane.
  243. On May 7, 716, his son, HOSHIKAWA no Kuromaro was granted rice fields in recognition of his father's achievement.
  244. On May 7, 766 or March 20 on the old calendar, he was appointed to Shimotsuke no kami (the governor of Shimotsuke Province) and left the capital for Shimotsuke Province.
  245. On May 7, 908, he received the title of Imperial Prince by the emperor.
  246. On May 7, 916, he became Monjo tokugosho (Distinguished Scholars of Letters) and appointed Tanba no jo (Secretary of Tanba Province).
  247. On May 7, Takauji ASHIKAGA defeated Rokuhara Tandai in cooperation with Doyo SASAKI, Norimura AKAMATSU and the like, and conquered Kyoto.
  248. On May 7, he was posthumously elevated to Juichii (Junior First Rank) and Sadaijin (minister of the left).
  249. On May 8 (the old calendar), Ieyasu took friendly means such as asking Yodo-dono, Hideyori's real mother, through Kodai-in to tell Hideyori to swear vassal fealty to him.
  250. On May 8, 1346, Tayu Anichizon, the founder of Jogyo-in at Rokkaku in Kyoto (the fourth head priest of Yoho-ji Temple in Kyoto) died (at age 81).
  251. On May 8, 1680, he died.
  252. On May 8, 1853, Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade), and kept his position.
  253. On May 8, 1864, they moved to Nikko in the Shimotsuke Province (Nikko City, Tochigi Prefecture) and attempted to pay a visit to The Nikko Tosho-gu shrine, but Nikko magistrate stopped them and so only a few of them paid a visit to the shrine.
  254. On May 8, 1990, he was born at the Erimo farm of Hokkaido.
  255. On May 8, 696, Empress Jito gave OWARI no Sukune Osumi the rank of Jikikoshi and rice fields 40 cho (396,720 square meters).
  256. On May 8, Henmi, Shuichiro KONO, Hirano, and Fuchibe moved towards the Konose and Ebirase area, leading the four troops of Raigeki-tai, Hachiku-tai, Jozan-tai, and Hoyoku-tai.
  257. On May 8, Hideyori TOYOTOMI and Yodo-dono, and their close associates killed themselves, and the Toyotomi clan was ruined.
  258. On May 8, Hideyoshi took control of Ganjaku-jo Castle, which was a subsidiary castle of Tanezane AKIZUKI of Chikuzen Province, which was a vassal province of the Shimazu clan.
  259. On May 8, Masamune informed Ieyasu in Fushimi that Yoshimune ISHIKAWA invaded Itaya, Nagai no sho (manor in Nagai District), Okitama District and set fire to everywhere.
  260. On May 8, Yoshisada NITTA raised an army at Ikushina-jinja Shrine in Kozuke Province.
  261. On May 8, construction of halls and hedge of Horanomiya was shared out to provinces, and it was completed at a dash.
  262. On May 8, he resigned as Kanpaku and the head of the Fujiwara clan, and entered the priesthood.
  263. On May 9 of the same year he took part in the procession of attendants when Emperor Goyozei paid an imperial visit to Jurakudai.
  264. On May 9 of the same year, by the Imperial Household Ministry notification no. 9, Shoken was given the posthumous title "Empress Dowager Shoken," and on May 1 of the following year, she was enshrined along with Emperor Meiji in the Meiji-jingu Shrine.
  265. On May 9, 1183, he was appointed to Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade.
  266. On May 9, 1232, Yasutoki was promoted to Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade.
  267. On May 9, 1588, he was visited by Emperor Go-Yozei and entertained him in Jurakudai.
  268. On May 9, 1592, he was promoted to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) as Hidetada TOYOTOMI and transferred to the position of Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state).
  269. On May 9, 1673, the Imperial Palace was destroyed by fire and the residence of Udaijin (minister of the right) Motohiro KONOE was used as a temporary Imperial Palace.
  270. On May 9, 1980
  271. On May 9, 604, he promulgated the Constitution known as 'Jushichijo Kenpo' (Seventeen-Article Constitution) as described by '夏四月 丙寅朔戊辰 皇太子親肇作憲法十七條' in the "Nihonshoki."
  272. On May 9, 705, Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade), Tekashiwa became Owari no Kami (the governor of Owari Province).
  273. On May 9, 910, he was transferred to Emonfu (Headquarters of the Outer Palace Guards).
  274. On May 9, Hideyoshi dispatched a messenger to Koyasan and suggested surrender.
  275. On May 9, battles with the government army started, and on May 15, the incident occurred in which a company of the Hachiku-tai troop, including Gentaro AKAZUKA, surrendered to the government army.
  276. On May 9, having seized Kukino and Yamano, HENMI led the troops by himself, fiercely attacked and defeated the government army, chasing it across the border between Higo and Satsuma Provinces.
  277. On May 9, the 3rd company of the Hoyoku-tai troop at Ichinose reached Zaimoku Village through a bitter fight against a raid by the government army, and succeeded in regaining the fort in cooperation with the Satsuma army in Zaimoku Village.
  278. On May 9, they committed suicide with their swords at Renge-ji Temple in Banba of Omi Province, and the emperors Kogen, Gofushimi and Hanazono were arrested.
  279. On May, 17, the funerals for both were performed.
  280. On May, 465, he went to Paekche after he heard that his father died of illness in the war waged against Shilla (ancient Korean kingdom) under the order from Emperor Yuryaku, but his high-handed behavior provoked OKAHI no Sukune who took power as Taisho (the general) after Oyumi's death.
  281. On May, 781:
  282. On May10, 1867, he escorted Kyosuke YAMAGATA and Koyata TORIO with Kinjiro IJUIN, both from samurai from Choshu, from Shimonoseki to the residence of Satsuma clan in Kyoto (Aritomo YAMAGATA "Hazakura Nikki" [literally, the diary of cherry tree in leaf]).
  283. On Mondays the museum is closed.
  284. On Msy10, before this incident, Kuniomi attended the Daimyo-gyoretsu (feudal lord's costumed procession) in order to submit a petition to Narihiro KURODA (a lord of Fukuoka Domain who passed by Osaka-jo Castle on the way to his compulsory residence in Edo) complaining about the disturbances and asking for cooperation in raising an army.
  285. On Mt. Kinugasa, where Kannonsho-ji Temple is located, there was Kannonji-jo Castle, which was the castle of Sasaki-Rokkaku clan who had ruled the southern half of Omi Province since the Muromachi period, and the temple prospered under the patronage of the Sasaki-Rokkaku clan.
  286. On Mt. Shioji, over 5200-meter long earthwork are casted up from the ridge through the hillside to the valley where the stone walls are built.
  287. On Mt. Takao of the Atago mountain range, there are temples and shrines such as Jingo-ji Temple.
  288. On Mt. Tennozan, there remains 'Hideyoshi hata-tate no matsu' (pine tree on which Hideyoshi flew his flag).
  289. On Nakamaro's departure, Wei WANG wrote a poem saying, 'I sent off the chief of secretary department, Choko (Zhao Heng), returning to Japan'.
  290. On New Year Celebration and the Emperor's Birthday, the public can visit the Palace to offer their congratulations.
  291. On New Year's Day every year, the Chumon Gate (Important Cultural Heritage) is open to the public between midnight and 8am, and people can enter the Kon-do Hall (the Great Buddha Hall: National Treasure) with admission free (normally 500 Japanese yen for an adult and 300 yen for a child).
  292. On New Year's Day in 712, the Empress issued an imperial decree to let kokushi (provincial governors) care about stevedores.
  293. On New Year's Day of 1605 Ieyasu visited Kyoto, followed by by Hidetada in February (the old calendar) with a large force of an estimated about 100,000 and 160,000 retainers including daimyo (Japanese feudal lords) in Ou such as Masamune DATE.
  294. On New Year's Day, 660 B.C., the year of kanototori, Iwarehikono mikoto ascended the throne at Kashiwara no Miya and was called Hatsukuni shirasu sumera mikoto.
  295. On New Year's day at the imperial court of capital of Tang, the first Sechi-e (seasonal court banquet) of the year was held.
  296. On New Year's day in 988, he was selected as Chunagon (vice-councilor of state) without going through the position of Sangi (councilor).
  297. On New Year's day in 996, Korechika and his younger brother, FUJIWARA no Takaie, caused an incident in which an arrow was shot toward Kazan Ho'o because of their involvement with a woman.
  298. On New Year's day in the following year, 1309, Neishi was deemed to be Junbo (a woman comparable to the birth mother of an emperor) of the Emperor Hanazono, and was awarded jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and also was announced as jusango and ingo (a title of respect given to close female relatives of the Emperor or a woman of comparable standing); Kogimonin.
  299. On New Year's day of the same year, Michinaga was given his first Imperial Court rank of Jugoi (junior fifth court rank) at the age of 15.
  300. On New Year's day, 1016, he handed over the throne and Crown Prince Atsuhira was enthroned as the Emperor (Emperor Go-Ichijo).
  301. On New Year's day, when Kaoru was twenty, Yugiri held Kaeriaruji (a banquet held after Nori-yumi (betting on a shooting)) at Rokujo-in.
  302. On New Year's in 1870, each bangumi elementary school held a ceremony commemorating the start of instruction at the school, and lessons were begun.
  303. On New Years Day in 1007, she was granted the rank of Ippon Shinno (The first rank Imperial Prince) Jugo (honorary rank next to the three Empresses: Great Empress Dowager, Empress Dowager, and Empress) at the age of twelve, and 本封の外千戸 was added (the Shosho (imperial edict, decree) she received at that time was contained in "Dainihonshi")
  304. On New Years Eve of 1924, his old ailment, cholelithiasis, flared up.
  305. On New Years day in 1160, Masaruko reentered the inner palace of Emperor Nijo as the emperor strongly requested (according to "Teio Hennen ki"(the Chronicle of emperors), it was January 26).
  306. On New Years day in 937, he was appointed as Kurodo (Chamberlain).
  307. On New Years of 1150, Yorinaga sent his adopted daughter, FUJIWARA no Tashi, to the inner palace as bride-to-be, three months after which Tadamichi also sent his adopted daughter, FUJIWARA no Teishi, to the inner palace.
  308. On Nobember 15, 1161, assumed the position of Jibu no Gon no Taifu (acting senior assistant minister of the Ministry of Civil Administration).
  309. On Nobember 26, 967, Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade)
  310. On Nobember 30, 877, also assumed the position of the Jibukyo (Civil Administration Minister).
  311. On Nobember 7, he was appointed to sadaiben concurrently and left the udaiben.
  312. On Nobember 8, 981, refused the promotion to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) (his son Yorifusa was conferred Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade)).
  313. On Nobuyoshi's gravestone at Soken-in of the Daitoku-ji Temple, the words 'Ancestors of Mito-Tsuda Family' are engraved.
  314. On November 1
  315. On November 1 (December 14 in the modern calendar), Koretada died.
  316. On November 1 (in the old calendar), 1586, Ieyasu visited Kyoto, and was awarded the rank of Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) on November 5.
  317. On November 1 (old lunar calendar), while Yoritomo arrived at the Kise-gawa River in Suruga Province, the Yoshitsune and 300 worriers on horseback left Kyoto toward western Japan on November 3 (old lunar calendar) counting on Koreyoshi OGATA in Kyushu.
  318. On November 1 of the same year, she entered the court of her cousin, Emperor Ichijo, who was 8 years her senior and declared a Nyogo on November 7 (the same day that Chugu FUJIWARA no Teishi gave birth to first crown prince, Imperial Prince Atsuyasu).
  319. On November 1, 1261, he died in Kyoto when he was 59 years old, following in his father's footsteps, Yoritsuna UTSUNOMIYA.
  320. On November 1, 1307, he resigned as Sashoben and he was appointed as Danjo-Daihitsu (vice general of Danjodai).
  321. On November 1, 1606, he died.
  322. On November 1, 1887 Emperor Meiji visited Prince Fushimi in his residence.
  323. On November 1, 1888, she received the Order of the Precious Crown (Kunitto Hokansho), First Class.
  324. On November 1, 1940
  325. On November 1, 2003, the commemorative ICOCA for the launch (50,000 copies) went on sale.
  326. On November 1, 2004
  327. On November 1, 2004, Ueno City; Aoyama-cho town of Naga-gun; and Iga-cho town, Ayama-cho town, Oyamada-mura village, and Shimagahara-mura village of Ayama-gun in Mie Prefecture merged to become Iga City.
  328. On November 1, 2008, a commemorative ceremony was held at Kyoto International Conference Center with the present emperor and empress in attendance.
  329. On November 1, 643, SOGA no Iruka sent KOSE no Tokuta, HAJI no Ite Muraji and OTOMO no Nagatoko to attack Prince Yamashiro no oe at Ikaruganomiya Palace.
  330. On November 1, 684 (in old lunar calendar), KAMO no Kimi Emishi was given the kabane of Ason.
  331. On November 1, 684, 52 people includng O no Omi received the new title, Ason.
  332. On November 10 (September 24 under the old lunar calendar), Yoritomo ordered Kiyoshige KASAI for the maintenance of Hiraizumi security and awarded Date-gun, Iwai-gun and Oshika-gun.
  333. On November 10, 1015, she was promoted to Jusanmi.
  334. On November 10, 1182, casting was started from the Great Buddha's tightly-curled hair knots, and on February 4, 1183, people worked harder to fire the furnaces on June 17, 1183.
  335. On November 10, 1639 he proceeded to the Takatori Domain in Yamato Province to serve as an inspector.
  336. On November 10, 1867, Emperor Meiji accepted the Imperial sanction of Taisei Hokan (the return of political power to the Emperor by the Tokugawa Shogunate) from Seii Taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians), Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA, after this political power was returned to the Imperial Palace.
  337. On November 10, 1893, he was given command of 4th division of the Imperial Japanese Army.
  338. On November 10, 1915 he was given the rank of Shonii (Senior Second Rank).
  339. On November 10, 1918
  340. On November 10, 1927, he was posthumously awarded a Shogoi (Senior Fifth Rank) Iki (a letter of appointment) in recognition of her accomplishment.
  341. On November 10, 1928, he received Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun, Paulownia Flowers.
  342. On November 10, 1928: conferred, Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun with Paulownia Flower
  343. On November 10, 764, the Retired Empress Koken sent Hyobu-kyo (the Minister of Military Affairs) Prince Wake, Sahyoe no Kami (the head of Left Guard of the Emperor) Prince Yamamura, Gee-taisho (the General of Outside Guard Division) Kyofuku KUDARANOKONISHIKI, and others to Chuguin, where Emperor Junnin was, and several hundreds of soldiers surrounded it.
  344. On November 10, 978, he received imperial proclamation for Daijodaijin.
  345. On November 10, he received the title Imperial Prince from his father, Emperor Komei, and became Imperial Prince Mutsuhito.
  346. On November 10, he was reappointed to Ukone no Gon no chujo (Provisional Middle Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  347. On November 10, the attendants of the Sokui no rei was 2,000 or more besides the 665 persons ranked above the First Order of Merit and 92 foreign envoys.
  348. On November 11 (in the old calendar), he returned to Mikawa Province, and sent Omandokoro back to Hideyoshi on November 12.
  349. On November 11 (old lunar calendar), the Cloistered Emperor's Inzen (decree) to arrest Yoshitsune as well as his subordinate warriors was issued throughout Japan.
  350. On November 11, 1187, Tsunetaka served as a messenger that gave horses to the Imperial Court, and on November 11, 1190, he followed Yoritomo, who assumed the position of Dainagon (a chief councillor of state), to Iwashimizu Hachimangu Shrine for prayer.
  351. On November 11, 1270, he entered the priesthood due to illness and called himself Gyoku, but he died on November 29 at the age of 55.
  352. On November 11, 1640, Yasunobu was transferred to Takatsuki Domain of Settsu Province.
  353. On November 11, 1663, the bakufu permitted him to found a new court noble family, which became one of the high-ranking Seigake families.
  354. On November 11, 1721, he transferred the head of the family to his second son Nagataka to retire, and later he died on September 5, 1724.
  355. On November 11, 1871, mikannagi (a female engaging festivals) and gon-mikannagi (vice-mikannagi) were placed in Jingikan and on the following day, November 12, the spirits of the past emperors were moved to Kashikodokorao (Palace Sanctuary).
  356. On November 11, 1914, during World War I, he assumed the position of Tokyo Internment Camp Chief, and on September 7, 1915, became Narashino Internment Camp Chief.
  357. On November 11, 1988, when the plaza of Okubo Station was redeveloped, only Keihan Bus offered loop-back services going to Kintetsu Okubo from Keihan Yodo Station (on the then-current Route No. 11A) and from Kumiyama-danchi (on Route No. 4).
  358. On November 11, 784 on the old calendar, Emperor Kanmu at that time transferred the capital from Heijyo-kyo to Nagaoka-kyo.
  359. On November 11, a ceremony to mark Prince Norihito's elevation to Crown Prince was conducted with members of Kugyou and of the Taira clan in attendance, and Kiyomori was appointed to the post of Togu no daibu (Master of the Crown Prince's Quarters).
  360. On November 11, he served concurrently as Kotaishi fu (an official in charge of education of the Crown Prince).
  361. On November 11, he was given additional post of Sakone no daisho (Major Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards) and left position of Ukone no daisho.
  362. On November 11, his position was changed to Udaijin.
  363. On November 11, the fourth day of the Gakuen Fukko Kaigi, the Wadatsumi-zo Statue was delivered to Ritsumeikan University, and students, holding the statue at the head of a parade, marched in Kyoto City, showing their welcome.
  364. On November 11, the official investiture ceremony of Crown Prince Norihito was held on a large scale at Higashi Sanjo-dono Palace, the main residence of Sekkanke where Seishi lived.
  365. On November 11, the official investiture of Imperial Prince Norihito to the Crown Prince, which could not be achieved five years previously, was realized.
  366. On November 12 (October 16 in old lunar calendar), 50,000 horsemen led by TAIRA no Koremori, who received an imperial decree to hunt down and kill MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, reached Suruga Province.
  367. On November 12, 1325, he died at the age of 75, and his child, Sadahisa took over him.
  368. On November 12, 1869, Senkyoshi came under the jurisdiction of Jingikan (department of worship).
  369. On November 12, 1902
  370. On November 12, 2005, they performed with Shuntaro SATO, Masahiro ARITA and Mariko SENJU in the form of a public rehearsal conducted by Nikolaus Harnoncourt, who was visiting Kyoto to attend the 21st award ceremony of the Kyoto Prize.
  371. On November 12, 780, at the age of 14, he was ordained as a substitute for the provincial monastery priest and he changed his name to Saicho.
  372. On November 12, 987, he was granted Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  373. On November 12, in the same year, Tokushi gave a birth to a boy, Imperial Prince Tokihito.
  374. On November 13, 1521 Motonobu presented 5000 hiki in renovation costs for the north gate of Kinri (the Imperial Palace), and in recognition of his service on 1st of December he was unusually promoted to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) as Shugodaimyo (after his retirement).
  375. On November 13, 1577, the Oda army commanded by Katsuie SHIBATA finally came to know of the fall of Nanao-jo Castle while crossing the Tetori-gara River.
  376. On November 13, 1683, he was raised to Shoinban (castle guard).
  377. On November 13, 1709, he let his oldest son Yasukiyo succeed and retired.
  378. On November 13, 1977 he suffered a fatal heart attack during the wedding reception of actor Kinya KITAOJI.
  379. On November 13, 1978, the bus stop Uji Yubin-kyoku was newly established.
  380. On November 13, 773, Imperial Princess Inoe was accused of cursing the Imperial Princess Naniwa (older maternal half-sister of Emperor Konin) and Imperial Prince Osane and his mother were confined in a confiscated house in Uchi district, Yamato province (current Gojo city, Nara prefecture).
  381. On November 13, Inokuma and Kaneyasu were beheaded at the Jozen-ji Temple and on the bank of the Kamo-gawa River, respectively.
  382. On November 13, Kashitaro ITO visited Ryoma and told him that he was being targeted by the Shinsengumi and recommended that he move to the residence of the Tosa Clan in Sanjo, which Ryoma declined.
  383. On November 13, Yoshitsune asked Goshirakawa to give a senji to track down and dispose of Yoritomo.
  384. On November 13, an order for the Japanese army in Korea to withdraw was issued in the name of the Gotairo (Five Elders), and they were to withdraw from Korea.
  385. On November 13, he became a priest.
  386. On November 13, he submitted an opinion that Japan would lose Sakhalin in three years, and argued that it must strive for the development of Hokkaido.
  387. On November 13, he was appointed as a councillor of the state.
  388. On November 13th, 2005, the Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties announced it had been excavating remnants of what is believe to be the "Valley Palace Gate" of SOGA no Iruka's residence at Amakashi no Oka Toroku Site; archeologists expect their findings to verify inscriptions in the "Nihonshoki."
  389. On November 14, 1191, Aritsuna's retainer Yasumori TAIRA, the former Uemon no jo (the third ranked official of the Right Division of Outer Palace Guards), hid in Kamakura and was later captured by Kagetoki KAJIWARA at Yuigahama.
  390. On November 14, 1202, he died.
  391. On November 14, 1483 on the old calendar, however, Muneharu participated in Inuoumono (dog-hunting event) with Sadamoto MORI, and also in Inuoumono conducted at umaba (a horse-riding ground) of Masamoto HOSOKAWA on March 1, 1485 on the old calendar.
  392. On November 14, 1690 he retired from office in favor of Tsunaeda TOKUGAWA.
  393. On November 14, 1858, appointed as Jisha bugyo concurrently.
  394. On November 14, 2002, the findings of the investigation were reported to the representatives of archaeologists and historians.
  395. On November 14, Tsai Ching-Lin raised a riot by instigating the assembled crowd and attacked the Beipu district to kill 57 people such as Japanese police officers and citizens.
  396. On November 14, he entered the Koshimizu-jo Castle in Settu Province.
  397. On November 14, he retained his position as Togu no fu.
  398. On November 15 (in the old calendar), 1614, Ieyasu left Nijo-jo Castle to attack Osaka-jo Castle.
  399. On November 15, 1192, he accompanied Yoritomo on his visit to Eifuku-ji Temple Ruins.
  400. On November 15, 1257, Imperial Prince Munetaka attended to the memorial service at the Daiji-ji Temple and Yasutsuna accompanied him as a commoner servant.
  401. On November 15, 1354, he was appointed to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  402. On November 15, 1913
  403. On November 15, 1919, he was awarded Zo Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank, posthumously conferred).
  404. On November 15, 1942 during the Pacific War, as part of the war effort the bell was sent to Mitsubishi Mining Co. Ltd smelting works in Uno, Okayama Prefecture.
  405. On November 15, 1982
  406. On November 15, 1998, two months after KUROSAWA's death, "Last Man Standing " was broadcast terrestrially for the first time on "Nichiyo Yoga Gekijo" (Sunday Western Film Theater) of TV Asahi.
  407. On November 15, 975, director of Kii Province
  408. On November 15, the Yukawa troops were defeated in the Battle of Enoki Pass (榎峠) and withdrew into the mountains.
  409. On November 15, using an express messenger, he reported to Kamakura the news of the birth of Emperor Chukyo and the appointment of MINAMOTO no Sanetomo to Minister of the Right.
  410. On November 1581, the Oda army lined up around the north shore of Kino-kawa River and the general commander Nobutaka ODA placed the headquarter of the army at the Hachibuseyama (Seyama)-jo Castle (Katsuragi-cho at present).
  411. On November 16 (October 20 under the old lunar calendar), Yoritomo faced the army led by Koremori at the Battle of Fujigawa.
  412. On November 16, 1864, Tenguto had a battle against the army of the Takasaki Domain at Shimonita, Joshu.
  413. On November 16, 1882, he entered government service, where he was assigned to Peerage agency.
  414. On November 16, 684, TAIMA no Kimi was given Mahito as his kabane on the day when Yakusa no Kabane (the eight honorary titles) were established.
  415. On November 16, 684, his kabane was changed from Kimi to Mahito.
  416. On November 16, he was assigned additional position as Omi no suke (assistant governor of Omi Province).
  417. On November 16, sheaves were provided to FUJIWARA no Nakamaro and others to transfer the capital to Hora.
  418. On November 16, they destroyed the Taira family army led by TAIRA no Koremori at the Battle of Fujigawa, Suruga Province.
  419. On November 17 (October 17 under the old lunar calendar), approximately sixty horsemen led by Shoshin TOSANOBO, who received orders from Yoritomo, attacked the residence of Yoshitsune in Kyoto.
  420. On November 17 of the same year, he changed his name to Senzo TANI on the order of the clan.
  421. On November 17, 1169, she was selected by divination to be a Kamo Saiin of Emperor Takakura, but on April 6, 1171, she resigned because of illness.
  422. On November 17, 1579, Kyuzaemon ARAKI, who had been acting as a chief for defense of the castle, made his mind to surrender.
  423. On November 17, 1611, his lawful wife from the Honda clan (supposedly Mori hime) died.
  424. On November 17, 1612, he was promoted to Junii (Junior Second Rank) Gon Dainagon when he was ill, but he died on November 18.
  425. On November 17, 1687, he became the keeper of Osaka Castle by adding 10,000 koku crop yields, changing the territory to Settsu and Kawachi Provinces.
  426. On November 17, 1848, he died at age 22, and his adopted heir Masakuni INABA succeeded.
  427. On November 17, 1863, Tanenori retired, and his grandson Taneki ENDO succeeded him.
  428. On November 17, 720, he rose to the official rank of Sadaiben (major controller of the Left).
  429. On November 17, 772 however, when Emperor Konin ascended the throne after the demise of Empress Shotoku, and Dokyo fell from power, a Daijokanpu which permitted the ownership of cultivated lands (on condition that farmers not be tormented) was promulgated.
  430. On November 17, as the punitive force was severely defeated in the Battle of Fujigawa, opinions to return the capital to Kyoto were reignited.
  431. On November 17, his court rank was raised to Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade), and he retained his position as Sakone gon no shosho (Provisional Minor Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  432. On November 17, the authorities called the police to remove protesting students who had been sitting in the headquarters (the clock tower on campus).
  433. On November 18
  434. On November 18, 1179, he was awarded Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  435. On November 18, 1305, he was appointed as Gon-Sashoben (supernumerary third-ranked officer of Sabenkan-kyoku, Daijokan).
  436. On November 18, 1572, he left Kofu to advance to Kyoto under a Nobunaga tobatsurei (a command for putting down Nobunaga) issued by Shogun Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA (Shingen kept acting to maintain the alliance, sending amicable documents to Nobunaga).
  437. On November 18, 1758, he died at age 43, and his first son Masatomi succeeded.
  438. On November 18, 1766, the village official of Katase Village, bordered on the west by Koshigoe Village, submitted a petition opposing the extension of the shooting practice field.
  439. On November 18, 1774, Nagakata succeeded the headship of the family as a son adopted at the deathbed of Nagae KURODA, the sixth lord of the domains.
  440. On November 18, 1884, the postal service started in Korea by the launch of the General Office for Postal Administration (ko:????) in Seoul, a central bureaucracy, which operated the business.
  441. On November 18, 1890, Sakurai Village was changed into Sakurai Town according to the establishment of a municipal organization.
  442. On November 18, 995, discharged Dazai no daini.
  443. On November 18, Emperor Junnin and retired Empress Koken made an imperial visit to Horanomiya.
  444. On November 18, Goshirakawa and Kenshunmonin visited Fukuhara and were cordially entertained by Kiyomori.
  445. On November 18, he purchased Yokohama Mainichi Shinbun (Yokohama Daily Newspaper) and opened a main office of Tokyo Yokohama Mainichi Shinbun in Nishikonya-cho, Kyobashi Ward, Tokyo.
  446. On November 18, the imperial decree to hunt down and kill Yoritomo was issued.
  447. On November 1847, he changed his common name to Suho from Yamashiro.
  448. On November 19 (the old calendar), 1614, a combat began in the fort of Kizugawa-guchi (the Battle of Kizugawaguchi, 1614).
  449. On November 19 and 20, 1932, even an exhibition to celebrate the completion of the first draft in 1931 was held at Department of Japanese Literature, Faculty of Letters, at Tokyo University.
  450. On November 19, 1308, it is described as follows in Honzon Sho Tokui Sho Soegaki.
  451. On November 19, 1399 (Oei era), Yoshihiro OUCHI led his forces out and arrived at the inlet of Sakai (Osaka) at the border of Izumi Province, and sent his retainer Shinzaemon HIRAI on to the capital, but chose not to go himself.
  452. On November 19, 1853, Nobutoshi ODA was born in Edo.
  453. On November 19, 1897, he moved his residence to Tokyo.
  454. On November 19, 933, he was transferred to Sashoben (third-ranked officer of the left).
  455. On November 19, Tenguto entered into a battle against the allied forces of Takashima Domain and Matsumoto Domain at Wada-toge, which was near the Lake Suwa in Shinshu.
  456. On November 19, Yoshinaka executed a coup d'etat by capturing the Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa and after dismissing Regent Motomichi KONOE and close aides of the emperor, he had Moroie MATSUDONO made Regent (the Battle of Hoju-ji Temple).
  457. On November 19, Yoshinobu also proposed to the Imperial Court that he would resign his post of Seii Taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians").
  458. On November 19, he encircled Odawara-jo Castle, but, on October 5(old calendar), and lifted the siege after only four days.
  459. On November 19th, he was upgraded to the Senior Fifth Rank and got the title of Sama no kami.
  460. On November 2 (October 6 under the old lunar calendar) Yoritomo entered Kamakura, where his father Yoshitomo and the eldest brother Yoshihira once lived, and set up the Okura palace in Okura as a residence, as headquarters for the Kamakura government.
  461. On November 2 (October 9 under the old lunar calendar), the Imperial Court restored Yoritomo's Ikai (Court rank) that was stopped during the Heiji War.
  462. On November 2, 1638, he received Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and was appointed to Ukyo no daibu (Master of the Western Capital Offices).
  463. On November 2, 1843, two years after going back to Akita, Atsutane died from illness at the age of 68.
  464. On November 2, 1880, he received the Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun.
  465. On November 2, 1886, he was raised to Shoshii (Senior Fourth Rank) after his death.
  466. On November 2, 1940, the Japanese government promulgated the National Uniform Edict as a kind of law.
  467. On November 2, 727, celebrating the birth of Prince Motoio (the son of Emperor Shomu), cotton were given to those raking higher than Goi (Fifth Rank).
  468. On November 2, 772 or September 29 on the old calendar, he was appointed to Ukyo no daibu (Master of the Western Capital Offices), but after seven years, he passed away on March 2, 779 or February 6 on the old calendar.
  469. On November 2, 971, Senge was issued appointing him as as Daijo-daijin and he was promoted to Shonii.
  470. On November 2, Nobunari visited Kiyosu-jo Castle for inquiry of Nobunaga; however he was killed by Hidetaka KAWAJIRI in tsugi-no-ma (anteroom of the main formal reception) of north castle tower of Kiyosu-jo Castle, under the order of Nobunaga.
  471. On November 2, he became Jako no ma shiko.
  472. On November 2, he resigned Sadaijin.
  473. On November 20 in 1203, with over a hundred other gokenin, he attended MINAMOTO no Sanetomo's ceremony of attaining manhood, where he served the task of presenting the armor, sword and horse with Tsunehide CHIBA.
  474. On November 20, 1168, he was promoted to Jushiijo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade).
  475. On November 20, 1567 he attacked and burned down Todai-ji Temple where the Miyoshi Sanninshu had taken refuge (this is called the Clash at the Great Buddha Hall of Todai-ji Temple).
  476. On November 20, 1711, she died at the age of 88.
  477. On November 20, 1829, he was reappointed to the position of the Magistrate of Temples and Shrines and an official in charge of ceremonies.
  478. On November 20, 1871, he become the governor of Hyogo Prefecture and worked until September 3, 1876.
  479. On November 20, 1918, Genkyo died from the influenza that swept throughout Japan.
  480. On November 20, 641, Princess Takara was enthroned after the death of her husband, Emperor Jomei.
  481. On November 20, 699, Kunimi was ordered to repair the tomb of Empress Saimei as well as KINUNUI no Okimi, HAJI no Nemaro and TANAKA no Norimaro and to take four Hangan (Kotowarutsukasa or inspector), two Sakan (Fubito or secretary) and two Daiku (carpenter) with them.
  482. On November 20, 699, he was sent to repair Ochinoyama no Misasagi (the tomb on Mt. Ochi).
  483. On November 20, had a coming-of-age ceremony, took the name Yoshimi and was allowed to wear the prohibited colors.
  484. On November 20, he celebrated his coming of age at twelve in Totoumi Province and named him Sanetomo.
  485. On November 20, he was appointed a Sangi (Councillor), while remaining as Udaiben.
  486. On November 20, he was awarded the rank of Shoichii (Senior First Rank).
  487. On November 20, he was transferred to Ukonoe no chujo (although it is unconvinced that he retained his position as Jiju and Omi no suke).
  488. On November 20, it was decided that among kazoku, former buke (samurai families) should reside in Tokyo.
  489. On November 21 of the same year, Mochiaki was promoted to Juyon'I-kami Sachujo (Junior Fourth Rank, upper grade and middle Commander of the Left) and Echizen no kami (governor of Echizen Province).
  490. On November 21, 1233, he entered the Buddhist priesthood (homyo, or name as a bonze: Myojo).
  491. On November 21, 15,000 Japanese troops attacked less than 13,000 Qing troops.
  492. On November 21, 1669, she got married to Emperor Reigen who was one year older than she was and became a nyogo (court lady).
  493. On November 21, 1851, he examined the affected part for the first time, while serving the Emperor Komei at his bedside.
  494. On November 21, 1900, he was conferred the Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun.
  495. On November 21, 777, he became Zo-Toudaiji-chokan(the Director for the Construction of Todai-ji Temple).
  496. On November 21, 887 when he was inaugurated, the Emperor Uda, who had become the Crown Prince from the status of a subject thanks to the recommendation of Fujiwara no Mototsune, issued shochoku (the Imperial decree) appointing Mototsune to Kanpaku (the chief adviser to the Emperor).
  497. On November 21, Mochiuji entered Shomyo-ji Temple (Yokohama City) and became a priest.
  498. On November 21, he killed two people by mistake, or "by insanity" according to some opinion, and he was imprisoned.
  499. On November 22 of the same year, Mt. Hiei's armed warrior priests built a fortress in Mt. Hachioji and caused a civil disorder by barricading themselves inside.
  500. On November 22, 1236, he was promoted to Shonii (Senior Second Rank).
  501. On November 22, 1256, he retired from the regency.
  502. On November 22, 1263, he passed away.
  503. On November 22, 1587, he was promoted to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank), and transferred to Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state).
  504. On November 22, 1725, he was transferred from the Toba Domain to the Matsumoto Domain in Shinshu (Shinano Province).
  505. On November 22, 1952, it was designated by the national government as a place of special scenic beauty, and has also been selected as one of the top 100 white sand beaches and green pine groves of Japan (Hakushaseisho Hyakusen).
  506. On November 22, Naojiro left Munich, leaving pregnant Marie behind (Marie saw Naojiro off.)
  507. On November 22, he was awarded the Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun.
  508. On November 22, the Ikuno magistrate office surrendered unconditionally.
  509. On November 22, the secret Imperial order to overthrow the Shogunate was given to Hisamitsu and Shigehisa, and on the following day, 23, the Imperial Court ordered Hisamitsu to come to Kyoto in order to cope with the petition for Taisei Hokan (transfer of power back to the Emperor) by Shogun Yoshinobu on the same day.
  510. On November 23 (old calendar)(present-day December 23), when Daishiko is conducted, people make an offering of azuki-gayu together with a pair of chopsticks made of kaya (eulalia) with each stick having a different length from that of the other.
  511. On November 23 (old calender), Emperor Kobun, and Sadaijin, Udaijin, and Gyoshi taifu noted above, pledged to obey 'Imperial decree' in front of the textile budda in the western hall in the Imperial palace.
  512. On November 23 of the same year, Shigefusa was excluded from the group of soldiers who were in charge of guarding the dedication ceremony at the main hall of Shochoju-in Temple in Kamakura for the reason that he was a relative of Yoshitsune.
  513. On November 23, 1185, Shigefusa KAWAGOE was excluded from the members of zuihyo (accompanied soldiers) to attend the memorial service to celebrate the construction of Shochoju-in Temple, for the reason that he was Yoshitsune's relative.
  514. On November 23, 1353, Sanetoshi SAIONJI was appointed bukeshisso in place of Tsuneaki KANSHUJI.
  515. On November 23, 1607, she bore Masako TOKUGAWA (wife of Emperor Gomizunoo and mother of Emperor Meisho) in Edo-jo Castle.
  516. On November 23, 1872, when Fukuoka was Shiho-taifu, he submitted a petition to forbid the keeping of concubines by law together with Shinpei ETO who was Shihokyo (Justice Minister)
  517. On November 23, 1986, he died of an intercerebral hemorrhage.
  518. On November 23, 1990, the Ceremony in Daijo-gu Shrine was held.
  519. On November 23, 676, Daiotsujo (the ninteenth grade of twenty-six grades of cap rank, which corresponds to Shohachii, Senior Eighth Rank and Juhachii, Junior Eighth Rank of Taiho Ritsuryo, Taiho Code) MONONOBE no Muraji Maro visited Silla as an ambassador (YAMASHIRO no Mukade was his assistant).
  520. On November 23, 895, he was promoted to Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  521. On November 23, 968, he was promoted to Shosanmi and retained his position as Gon Dainagon.
  522. On November 23, 968, he was promoted to the rank of Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  523. On November 23, he received imperial proclamation for the kanpaku.
  524. On November 23, he was promoted to Jusanmi while still serving as Kurodo no to and Sa-konoe-chujo (he set an example of a third rank official becoming Kurodo no to).
  525. On November 23, she died at the age of 24 years and 8 months.
  526. On November 23rd, 1853, Iesada received a changing post of Naidaijin (Minister of the Interior) and also served concurrently in the post of Ukone no daisho as it was.
  527. On November 24 (October 24 under the old lunar calendar), Yoritomo gathered the Minamoto clan and many gokenin for a memorial service for the completion of the Shochoju-in Temple of his father, Yoshitomo.
  528. On November 24 in the following year, he assumed office as Chief Staff Officer of the 2nd division (Japanese Army), and in 1894 he was appointed as Army Major General to be Chief of the 7th Infantry Brigade to depart for the front of Sino-Japanese War.
  529. On November 24, 1494, he was given the court rank of Sho Goi-ge and was appointed to the post of Samanokami.
  530. On November 24, 1592 (old lunar calendar), Kennyo entered nirvana at the age of 50.
  531. On November 24, 1852, the 58-year old Commodore Matthew Perry, who was also the Ambassador to Japan, led the East India Squadron from the flagship Mississippi and headed straight for Asia.
  532. On November 24, 1892 (the 25th year of the Meiji period), the 'Yomiuri Shimbun' (newspaper) ran an article saying that a commoner from Osaka Prefecture claiming to be a direct tenth-generation descendant of Nobutaka had submitted his family tree to the Imperial Household Minister.
  533. On November 24, 1942, Mike MASAOKA and others submitted a petition to the U.S. War Department that a squad of second-generation Japanese be made, and it was accepted on January 28, 1943.
  534. On November 24, 1959, "the monument in memory of UMEGATANI the first" was unveiled at Harazuru-onsen Hot Spring resort in Fukuoka Prefecture.
  535. On November 24, 2005, Motoya was arrested by Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department on suspicion of violation of the Road Traffic Act based on the fact that he had illegally parked a car six times in two years and had not appeared at the police in spite of the notice of appearance.
  536. On November 24, being permitted, Tomomasa participated in the Buddhist memorial service of MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo held in Kamakura.
  537. On November 24, he resigned as nairan.
  538. On November 25 in the same year, Tokitsura OTA was appointed as the head of Monchujo again at the age of 25 and further as hyojoshu (a member of Council of State).
  539. On November 25, 1196, he retired from Kanpaku.
  540. On November 25, 1199, he signed a letter appealing against Kagetoki FUJIWARA under joint signatures.
  541. On November 25, 1293, he was appointed as the head of Monchujo again at the age of 25.
  542. On November 25, 1684, he became the lord of the domain following his father's retirement.
  543. On November 25, 1954, he was awarded the qualification of a scholar of humanity science by the Ministry of Education.
  544. On November 25, 2008 during repair works, an incident occurred in which the pigment of a group of women on the east wall was damaged with an analyzer when the pigment was being analyzed.
  545. On November 25, 953, he was appointed to Sangi, Councilor.
  546. On November 25, 978, Sangi (councilor)
  547. On November 25, he became Sangi (councilor) and also assumed the post of Sakone no chujo (Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  548. On November 25, he concurrently served as Shikibu shoyu (Junior Assistant of the Ministry of Ceremonies).
  549. On November 25, he resigned Togufu.
  550. On November 25, he was appointed to Sangi (Councilor).
  551. On November 25, he was assigned additionally as Daibu (director general) to Chugu (Empress) (FUJIWARA no Katako, who was the Chugu of Emperor Shirakawa and daughter of FUJIWARA no Morozane).
  552. On November 26 of the same year, Emperor Tenchi who was critically ill called Prince Oama (later Emperor Tenmu) to Otono (a palace or residence of the nobility).
  553. On November 26 of the same year, during the first visit to Tokyo, the Emperor entered the Edo-jo Castle, which was renamed Tokyo-jo Castle.
  554. On November 26, 1086, he became the crown prince; on the same day, at the age of eight years, he succeeded to the throne from his father.
  555. On November 26, 1086, he resigned as Kanpaku and received the Imperial proclamation to announce him as Sessho (Regent).
  556. On November 26, 1155: promoted to the court rank of Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade) and retained his position as Sakyo no gon no daibu.
  557. On November 26, 1223, he also served as kebiishi (officials with judicial and police power).
  558. On November 26, 1259, he was reappointed as Sessho.
  559. On November 26, 1625, he died in Kyoto at the age of 45.
  560. On November 26, 1922, she was born near the present site of Morioka City, Iwate Prefecture.
  561. On November 26, 1941, she married her beloved Shinzo MAKINO (the third son of Shozo MAKINO) who worked as an assistant director under Masahiro MAKINO and Yoshiro TSUJI at Nikkatsu Corporation.
  562. On November 26, 689, Joshi KOKUSHI (the Great General of the Right Military Guard and the Lord of the En Region) was falsely accused of plotting a rebellion by Shu Kyo and his henchmen, and he was jailed and clubbed to death.
  563. On November 26, 945, he was transferred to Sachuben (Middle Controller of the Left) in Kyoto.
  564. On November 26, Oshima was at the post of Kyoto rusui-yaku officer (a post representing the master during his absence).
  565. On November 26, Yorimori at long last was appointed as Sangi; however, only a month later, on January 4, 1169, Yorimori and his son, Yasumori, were dismissed from all official positions.
  566. On November 26, he was promoted to Jugoinojo while still serving as Uhyoe no suke and Kii-gon no suke.
  567. On November 26, the team was defeated by Gamba Osaka, which made it certain that the team would finish 18th (that is, in last place) and that the team would be demoted to J2.
  568. On November 27, 1840, he inherited the family estate.
  569. On November 27, 1869, he returned to Benten Daiba and he was obliged to behave himself for five months there.
  570. On November 27, 1871, his application for taking up farming again in the former territory of Kaibara was approved.
  571. On November 27, 764, he received the official rank of Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade).
  572. On November 27, 957, he was promoted to the rank of Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade), retaining his post as Assistant Commander of the Left Inner Palace Guard Division.
  573. On November 27, he was proclaimed to be the Chief Councilor of State by the emperor.
  574. On November 27, he was promoted to Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) and shifted to the udaijin.
  575. On November 27, the troop engaged in battle across the Katsura-gawa River against the Miyoshi forces and others who were in control of the captital.
  576. On November 28, 1179, he became a priest.
  577. On November 28, 1262 (old lunar calendar), Shinran, a founder of the Jodo Shinshu sect, fell ill at Zenpo-bo of Sanjo Tominokoji and entered nirvana at the age of 90.
  578. On November 28, 1412, he underwent the Genpuku (Coming of Age) ceremony.
  579. On November 28, 1626, Sugen-in was given Juichii (Junior First Rank) after her death.
  580. On November 28, 1944, a part of the 15th group of the Ko-type of the preparatory pilot training course was transferred to Urado Naval Air Corps, Nishinomiya Naval Air Corps, and Takarazuka Naval Air Corps.
  581. On November 28, 705, Dainagon (Major Councilor) Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) OTOMO no Sukune Yasumaro held the concurrent position of Dazai no sochi (November 14 in the "Kugyobunin").
  582. On November 28, 931, after Chugu FUJIWARA no Onshi became Empress Dowager, Chugushiki was renamed Kotaigogushiki.
  583. On November 28, Dainagon (Major Council) Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) OTOMO no Sukune Yasumaro concurrently worked as Dazai no sochi, and ISONOKAMI no Miyamaro was assigned as his assistant.
  584. On November 28, he died.
  585. On November 28: Chunagon (vice-councilor of state)
  586. On November 28th, 1876, Shinran was given the posthumous Buddhist name Kenshin Daishi by Emperor Meiji.
  587. On November 28th, he dismissed 44 nobles who took sides with the Monk-Emperor.
  588. On November 29 he died in an explosion.
  589. On November 29 the same year, he was appointed to Sangi (Councilor) and attended Kogosho Conference (the meeting held in the presence of the Emperor in the Kogosho Conference Room of Kyoto Imperial Palace) held on January 3, 1868.
  590. On November 29, 1164, he resigned from the office of Sadaijin.
  591. On November 29, 1185, Yoritomo left Kamakura for the capital to defeat Yoshitsune, while on December 3, 1185, Yoshitsune left Kyoto, leading 200 horse soldiers.
  592. On November 29, 1812, he died at the age of 49.
  593. On November 29, 1815, Naosuke was born as the 14th son of Naonaka II, the 13th lord of the domain, at Hikone-jo Castle in Inukami County, Omi Province (present Hikone City, Shiga Prefecture).
  594. On November 29, 1859, she was born as the fourth daughter (the youngest child among seven brothers and sisters) between Sadayuki YUCHI, a doctor of the Kagoshima domain, and Sadako YUCHI.
  595. On November 29, 1875, Joe was able to secure a building to serve as a schoolhouse by renting about half the residence (the Takamatsu family villa) of Viscount Sasuzane TAKAMATSU, a court noble with whom Joe had been long and closely connected.
  596. On November 29, 1875, when Doshisha English School opened, it rented a part of the Sasuzane TAKAMATSU's residence (the former residence of Niijima now), Teramachi Marutamachi agaru, Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City, and it was used as a classroom and a dormitory.
  597. On November 29, 1892, a non-confidence motion against HOSHI who was chairman of the House of Representatives at that time was passed by a vote of 166 to 119.
  598. On November 29, 1971, dismissal notices were sent to all Daiei employees, and the company went bankrupt.
  599. On November 29, Ieyasu fought against the Takeda army at Hitokotozaka, Totomi Province, but was defeated due to Shingen's superior military force and skillful tactics.
  600. On November 29, Nobutoshi was ordered to be kept under house arrest in Tokyo.
  601. On November 29, Wasuke YAMASHIROYA committed suicide inside the building of the Ministry of Army.
  602. On November 29, immediately following the elevation of Prince Norihito to Crown Prince, Yorimori was appointed to the post of Kotaigogu gon no daibu (Provisional Master of the Empress Dowager's Household), while the Kotaigo (Empress Dowager) was FUJIWARA no Teishi.
  603. On November 29, they left Daigo and advanced through Nakasen-do Road, by passing by the Shimotsuke Province, Kozuke Province, Shinano Province and Mino Province for approximately 2 months, to Kyoto.
  604. On November 29,1207, he was awarded Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade).
  605. On November 3 of that year, the 'New Japan Women's League' (with Fusae ICHIKAWA as chairwoman; it was later renamed the Women's Suffrage League of Japan), dedicated to winning women's suffrage, was founded to revive the women's suffrage movement.
  606. On November 3 of the same year she moved to Nonomiya (the Field Palace).
  607. On November 3, 1744, he was born in Yoshida, Mikawa Province as the third son of Sukekuni MATSUDAIRA, the lord of the Mikawa-Yoshida Domain (later the first lord of the Hamamatsu Domain, Totomi Province).
  608. On November 3, 1870, Soma was alleged to have assassinated Kashitaro ITO and was condemned to transportation, and deported to Nii-jima Island of Izu.
  609. On November 3, 1946, the Constitution of Japan was proclaimed.
  610. On November 3, 1984, NHK broadcast a documentary program entitled 'Emaki Setsudan' (Divided Handscroll) on how the hand scrolls of the thirty-six immortal poets were divided into pieces and their vicissitudes, and related books were published, resulting in further attention to this subject.
  611. On November 3, 2006, the Shopping District Promotion Association established friendly relations with Mercato Centrale of Firenze City, Toscana Region, Italy (commonly known as San Lorenzo Market) in order to gain publicity, attract tourists, and deepen mutual understanding.
  612. On November 3, 739, with three doji (child acolytes of Buddhism), he departed for Heijo-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in current Nara) from Dazai-fu (local government office in Kyushu region).
  613. On November 3, Ryoma moved out of Ikedaya, which the government had had an eye on, and into Omiya.
  614. On November 3, he was appointed Dajodaijin (Prime Minister).
  615. On November 3, the Order of Cultural Merits Award Presentation Ceremony is held in the Imperial Palace.
  616. On November 30, 1197, he died at the age of 51.
  617. On November 30, 1677, a sword of Kuniyoshi ENJU was presented to Nagashige.
  618. On November 30, 1939, the entire Nijo-jo Castle complex, including the roads surrounding the outer moat, were designated a historic relic under the name "Former Nijo-jo Imperial Villa."
  619. On November 30, he resigned from Myobo hakase.
  620. On November 3: Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) (Togu (the Crown Prince) gyokei - visit of imperial person)
  621. On November 3rd, he issued his 'new order in East Asia' statement.
  622. On November 4, 1180, Moritsuna also participated in a battle with Hideyoshi SATAKE caused at the provincial capital of Hitachi Province.
  623. On November 4, 1813 he was relieved of the position of an official in charge of ceremonies.
  624. On November 4, 1868 after the Enomoto's army occupied Hakodate, the British warship Satellite and the French warship Venius entered the Hakodate port together with Adams, Secretary of British Legation, on board, following the directive of Harry Parkes, British Minister.
  625. On November 4, Yorinori MATSUDAIRA was lured by the bakufu and moved to the castle town of the Mito-jo Castle hoping 'to tell the bakufu their true intentions,' and committed Seppuku (suicide by disembowelment).
  626. On November 4, he was proclaimed a quasi-imperial family member.
  627. On November 4, he was reassigned as Gon Dainagon.
  628. On November 5, 1462, Takatada was appointed as Samurai dokoro shoshi dai in Kyoto.
  629. On November 5, 1577, Tsugumitsu YUSA (Noto shugodai) and others trafficked with Kenshin and caused a rebellion.
  630. On November 5, 1748, the third lord Masanobu HOTTA was promoted to wakadoshiyori (a managerial position in the Edo bakufu [Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun]) together with an increase of 3,000 koku, with which the Miyagawa Domain's territory was expanded to a total of 13,000 koku.
  631. On November 5, 1905 before that, Isshinkai had announced their declaration that they transferred their diplomatic right to Japanese Government to go under the Japanese instruction and protection, for the purpose of maintaining Korea's independence and stability.
  632. On November 5, 787, he became Sakyo no daibu (Master of the Eastern Capital Offices), taking the other three posts, Hyobukyo, Kougogu daibu and Chunagon concurrently.
  633. On November 5, 798 Imperial Princess Asahara was given two hundred fifty cho (about 610 acres) of rice fields in Echigo Province.
  634. On November 5, 830, he was transferred to Okurakyo (Minister of the Treasury).
  635. On November 5, Shizuka and Iso no Zenji were allowed to return to Kyoto.
  636. On November 5, at Washiyaguchi (Higashiyoshino Village, Nara Prefecture) which is located next to Washio Mountain Pass, the party met the soldiers from Kishu Domain and Hikone Domain.
  637. On November 5, he was also given the position of Naidaijin (the Minister of the Interior), and on December 28 he was transferred to Udaijin (Minister of the Right) due to the death of Yoshisuke KUJO.
  638. On November 5, he was awarded Grand Cordon of the Supreme Order of the Chrysanthemum.
  639. On November 5, he was posthumously awarded the rank of Shoichii.
  640. On November 5, the British and French consuls stationed on the spot and the captains of the two warships held a meeting, and at this this, the two captains were highly evaluating the Enomoto's Army.
  641. On November 5, the remnants of Tenchu-gumi including FUJIMOTO encountered soldiers of Kishu Domain and Hikone Domain at Washiyaguchi via Washiotoge (Higashiyoshino Village, Nara Prefecture).
  642. On November 6, 10,000 horsemen of the Hirotsugu army arrived at Itabitsuchin (Kitakyushu City) and lined up at the western side of the river.
  643. On November 6, 1372, he received Jugoige (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and was appointed to Sama no kami (Captain of Samaryo, Left Division of Bureau of Horses).
  644. On November 6, 1714, she became engaged when she was one month old to Shogun Ietsugu TOKUGAWA of the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  645. On November 6, 1863, he attacked Shinpachi NAGAKURA, Kingo NAKAMURA, and so on, but failed.
  646. On November 6, 1928 (Showa 3), Emperor Showa left Miyagi and went to Kyoto Imperial Palace to hold the Sokui no rei.
  647. On November 6, 1945, the General Headquarters of the Allied Powers (GHQ) prohibited Kendo in school (the Budo Ban).
  648. On November 6, 969, Utchuben (First Assistant Controller of the Right)
  649. On November 6, Yoshitoki HOJO and OE no Hiromoto had a secret meeting and worried about the rapidity of Sanetomo's promotion.
  650. On November 6, Yoshitsune's troops tried to put out to sea toward Kyushu from Daimotsuura in Settsu Province (present-day Amagasaki City Hyogo Prefecture) but the ships were wrecked in a rainstorm and they were dispersed, and rushed back to Settsu.
  651. On November 6, he was promoted to Junii (Junior Second Rank), and retained his position as Gon no dainagon.
  652. On November 6, the Japanese force seized the castle of Jinzhou.
  653. On November 7, 1586, he was appointed Sakone no shogen (Lieutenant of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards) with the rank of Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  654. On November 7, 1603, he was the lord of the 200 thousand koku Domain of Mito, Hitachi Province and ran the Chigyo fief.
  655. On November 7, 1859, he celebrated his coming of age and changed his given name from Yorihisa to Mochitsugu, which includes "Mochi" given by Iemochi.
  656. On November 7, 1983, Genbu (god of water who protects the northern direction) was discovered on color mural paintings in the rock chamber.
  657. On November 7, 858, he was appointed as Sessho to the Emperor.
  658. On November 7, Sanetomo forgave Munemasa, receiving a petition from his brother Tomomasa OYAMA.
  659. On November 7, he rose to the rank of Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and retained his positions as Togu gakushi and Tanba no kami.
  660. On November 7, he was promoted to Akitajo no suke.
  661. On November 7, the abolishment of the throne of Emperor Suko and Prince Naohito was announced by the Southern court (Shohei itto).
  662. On November 8
  663. On November 8 (leap October 15 under the old lunar calendar), Yoshinaka, who feared Yoritomo's going to Kyoto, wished for an order to search for and to kill Yoritomo when he returned to Kyoto after being defeated in the battle to search for and kill the Taira clan, but it was not granted.
  664. On November 8, 1176: became a Buddhist priest.
  665. On November 8, 1241, he resigned his position as Sakone no daisho.
  666. On November 8, 1253, he resigned Dajodaijin.
  667. On November 8, 1308, he was promoted to Jusammi (Junior Third Rank) with his status as Danjo-Daihitsu remaining unchanged.
  668. On November 8, 1883, Shoshii (Senior Forth Rank), Kun itto (the First order of merit), Tsugumichi SAIGO.'
  669. On November 8, 2006, 'Sugasaka By-pass' of Kyoto Prefectural Road No. 51, Maizuru Wachi Line (total extension 2.3 km), connecting Maizuru City Higashi area and Ayabe City Kanbayashi area opened.
  670. On November 8, 692, OKINAGA no Oyu and KAWAUCHI Muraji received roku (reward) for his service as an envoy to Silla, but nothing about Kokimi was described there.
  671. On November 8, 794 (Enryaku 13), when the capital was named Heian-kyo (Heian Palace), the Emperor Kammu changed the second letter of the province's name to 山城国
  672. On November 8, Enomoto met the British and French consuls and the captains of the British and French warships.
  673. On November 8, Hiromoto visited the shogunate residence under the name of Yoshitoki's messenger and remonstrated with him and said, 'For your descendants' prosperity, you should resign your official position and just be Seii-taishogun, and after a while when you come to a senior, why don't you combine the general?'
  674. On November 8, he was appointed Sangi (councilor) as Hidetada TOYOTOMI and concurrently filled the position of Ukone no Gon no chujo (Provisional Middle Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  675. On November 8, the Shonai Domain surrendered, and this marked the end of the Tohoku War.
  676. On November 8th, 704, INBE no Sukune Kobito gave offerings to Ise-jingu Shrine.
  677. On November 8th, 704, Jugoinojo INBE no Sukune Kobito was dispatched to Isetaijingu (Ise-jingu Shrine)and offered heihaku, Ho-kyo Mirror and ?子錦 (Kashinishiki).
  678. On November 9 1967, under the advice of Tosa Domain, the 15th Shogun Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA brought news to the court of the Taisei Hokan (Restoration of Imperial rule based on the principle of parliamentary regime) which received Imperial sanction the following day.
  679. On November 9, 1185, four months later since Yoshitsune's return to the capital, Yoritomo set out the punitive expedition, sending Shoshin TOSANOBO to kill Yoshitsune.
  680. On November 9, 1190 (October 3, 1190 under the old lunar calendar), Yoritomo finally decided to go Kyoto and departed Kamakura.
  681. On November 9, 1195, six years after the Battle of Oshu, the widow of Hidehira (a daughter of FUJIWARA no Motonari) was confirmed as alive by Kiyoshige KASAI and others who were dispatched to Hiraizumi to repair the temples, and then an order to protect her was issued by Yoritomo who felt pity for her.
  682. On November 9, 1867 Taisei Hokan (restoration of imperial rule).
  683. On November 9, 1867, Taisei Hokan occurred.
  684. On November 9, 1867, the 15th Shogun, Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA declared the return of political authority to the Emperor Meiji, and the next day, the Emperor accepted it (Taisei hokan).
  685. On November 9, 1867, the 15th shogun Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA transferred power back to the Emperor).
  686. On November 9, 1872, Takuhatsu was banned (ordinance No. 25 of Kyobusho (the Ministry of Religion)).
  687. On November 9, 1940, the Jingiin was founded as a replacement for the Bureau of Shinto shrines of the Home Ministry.
  688. On November 9, 1940, the bureau was discontinued upon the establishment of Jingiin (Institute of Divinities).
  689. On November 9, 2007, the Yawata Okubo Route was discontinued because of the decrease in passengers and operation area revisions.
  690. On November 9, 710, he died when he was Shorokuinojo (Senior Sixth Rank, Upper Grade).
  691. On November 9, 879, also assumed the position of Bicchu no Kami.
  692. On November 9, 955, he served concurrently as Mino no gon no kami (provisional governor of Mino Province).
  693. On November 9, he submitted 'Taisei Hokan Johyo' (the Memorial of Taisei Hokan) to the Emperor Meiji.
  694. On November 9th, when Nagashige was traveling to Kyoto on business, the Shogun, Tsunayoshi TOKUGAWA gave him a sword of Bizen Kanenaga, a haori (a Japanese half-coat) and 20 gold.
  695. On November, 22, Harunobu also returned to his base site in Kofu, Kai Province,.
  696. On November, 783:
  697. On Novemver 23, he was given Udoneri zuijin (selected guard for Sessho and Kanpaku) by the Emperor.
  698. On Nyepi, it is prohibited to go out, use fire (electricity), yell, and work, and people have to stay in silence.
  699. On October 1
  700. On October 1 (the old calendar) Katsumoto KATAGIRI and Sadataka left Osaka Castle.
  701. On October 1 in the same year, it was transferred to the present place.
  702. On October 1 of the same year, the use of PiTaPa (multi functional IC payment card) was enabled for this bus route.
  703. On October 1, 'Tokyo Eiga Haikyu' (Tokyo Film Distribution Company) was established and the distribution operation was transferred from Daiei to the new company.
  704. On October 1, 1191, Moritsuna presented 15 cows produced in Oshu (Mutsu Province) and Echigo Province to Yoritomo.
  705. On October 1, 1196, MINAMOTO no Yoritomo gave Tadasue 25 territories in Onyu and Mikata Counties, which were confiscated from Tokisada INABA, who was the most influential local official in Wakasa Province.
  706. On October 1, 1257, Imperial Prince Munetaka attended the ritual for releasing the living beings at the Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu Shrine.
  707. On October 1, 1319, he was moved to Sakonoe no chujo (Middle Captain of the Left Palace Guards).
  708. On October 1, 1587, he also performed tea ceremony with Sokyu and Rikyu at the Great Tea Gathering (the Great Kitano Tea Gathering) which was held by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI at Kitano Tenman-gu Shrine to commemorate the subjugation of Kyushu and the erection of Jurakudai.
  709. On October 1, 1587, the Great Kitano Tea Gathering was held in the precinct by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI.
  710. On October 1, 1862, he became an in-house doctor on duty for Edo shogunate and also an assistant director of the Medical Institute.
  711. On October 1, 1892, Kyoka IZUMI started serializing "Kanmuri Yazaemon" in 'Hinode Newspaper' published in Kyoto.
  712. On October 1, 1937, the Taipei time/Western standard time (UTC +8) was abolished and unified to Tokyo time/Japan standard time (UTC +9).
  713. On October 1, 1943
  714. On October 1, 1943, it became a station of Keihanshin Express Railway (the current Hankyu Railway) as a result of amalgamation.
  715. On October 1, 1960, the government abolished official prices of liquors which were enacted in April 1939, and the price of liquors came to be determined by market principles.
  716. On October 1, 1964, the Tokaido Shinkansen line started its operation meeting the opening of Tokyo Olympic Games
  717. On October 1, 1987, Sayama-cho, Minamikawachi-gun was reorganized into Osakasayama City.
  718. On October 1, 1991, Hannan-cho, Sennan-gun was reorganized into Hannan City.
  719. On October 1, 1991, Kashiba-cho, Kitakatsuragi-gun was reorganized into Kashiba City.
  720. On October 1, 2001, Ritto Town, Kurita County became Ritto City by incorporation of city.
  721. On October 1, 2004, Shinjo-cho and Taima-cho of Kitakatsuragi-gun merged to become Katsuragi City.
  722. On October 1, 2004, two cities, namely Yasu Town and Chuzu Town both in Yasu County, became Yasu City by municipal merger.
  723. On October 1, 2005: Due to the Privatization of Four Highway Public Corporations the transfer of ownership to Japan Expressway Holding and the Debt Repayment and Agency took place, and the management was tranferred to West Nippon Expressway Company Limited
  724. On October 1, 732, the government ordered Omi Province, Tanba Province, Harima Province, and Bicchu Province to construct four vessels for the envoys to Tang China.
  725. On October 1, 773, he received the official rank of Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  726. On October 1, 808, she went to Ise for Gunko (three years of purification for Saigu at Nonomiya) and then returned to Ise.
  727. On October 1, 977, the Emperor had a coming-of-age ceremony and was given the title of sanbon (the third rank for an Imperial Prince).
  728. On October 1, Kuniomi HIRANO entered Sakura-ji Temple where the headquarters of Tenchu-gumi was located; Hirano forgot his original purpose and came to agree with the thoughts held by Tenchu-gumi.
  729. On October 1, Kuniomi arrived in Gojo City, however the political situation changed completely the day before, September 30.
  730. On October 1, he was decapitated at Rokujo-gawara, the place of execution, by order of Ieyasu.
  731. On October 1, he was promoted to Shoshiinoge while still serving as Kurodo no to, Togu-gon no suke, and Mino no gon no kami.
  732. On October 1, he was transferred to the office of Udaijin.
  733. On October 10 in the next year 994, Korechika was promoted to Naidaijin (Minister of the Center) jumping ahead of three predecessors including his uncle FUJIWARA no Michinaga who was eight years his senior (another uncle FUJIWARA no Michikane was Udaijin (Minister of the Right), which ranked above Naidaijin).
  734. On October 10 in the same year, Goshirakawa realized the official investiture of the Imperial Prince Norihito to the Crown Prince thanks to cooperation by Kiyomori.
  735. On October 10, 1166, Goshirakawa carried out the official investiture of the Crown Prince for Imperial Prince Norihito, and also appointed Kiyomori toNaidaijin (Inner Minister).
  736. On October 10, 1569 he was referred to as Matsu Joshu (Matsunaga Joshu, which means Matsunaga, governor of Yamashiro Province) in the same diary.
  737. On October 10, 1819, he died at the age of 47.
  738. On October 10, 1945, after World War II ended, the Shidehara Cabinet decided to grant women's suffrage.
  739. On October 10, he became Mimasaka no kami (the governor of Mimasaka Province), taking the position of Udaiben concurrently.
  740. On October 10, he resigned Ukonoe no taisho.
  741. On October 10, he rose to Junii (Junior Second Rank) and retained his position as Gon no dainagon and Saemon no kami.
  742. On October 10, he was appointed to nairan (a preliminary inspection of official documents submitted from the Great Council of State to the Emperor).
  743. On October 10, he was assigned additional position as Togu no fu (attendant of Imperial Prince (Imperial Prince Norihito, who later became Emperor Takakura)).
  744. On October 10: Togu Gon no daibu (Provisional Master of the Crown Prince's Quarters)
  745. On October 10th, 1319, his coming-of-age ceremony (Genpuku) was held at age 15, and he was appointed Jibutaifu of the Fifth Rank, Junior Grade, and given the name Takauji by the regent Takatoki HOJO.
  746. On October 11, 1483, he became a Sangi (councilor).
  747. On October 11, 1956, the following 2 buildings and 3 sculptures were lost in a fire started by arson (all were Important Cultural Properties).
  748. On October 11, 1997, trains were last operated in the 3.9-km section between Keishin Sanjo and Misasagi.
  749. On October 11, 2005
  750. On October 11, 2005, Mizuho-cho merged with two neighboring towns, and as a result of this merger, Kyotanba-cho was formed.
  751. On October 11, 2005, Tanba-cho and the two nearby towns were combined to form Kyotanba-cho.
  752. On October 11, 2005, three cities, namely Tanba Town, Mizuho Town (Kyoto Prefecture), and Wachi Town, were merged to become Kyotanba Town.
  753. On October 11, 977, he resigned as U-konoe-Daisho and was additionally appointed Jibu-kyo (Minister of the Ministry of the Ceremonies).
  754. On October 11, 977, he resigned as the Chief Councilor of State and Prime Minister.
  755. On October 11, after Emperor came back from gyoko (imperial visit), a permission of conference in the presence of the emperor was given and the Imperial Edict for Establishing a Diet was disclosed in public on the next day.
  756. On October 11, as an additional post, he was in charge of diplomacy.
  757. On October 11, he advised Udaijin (minister of the right), SUGAWARA no Michizane to resign.
  758. On October 11, he was promoted to Junii (Junior Second Rank) and retained his positions as Gon Chunagon and Sakone gonno chujo.
  759. On October 11, he was promoted to the rank of Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade).
  760. On October 11, report ran that the youngest son of Shigetada HATAKEYAMA, Chokei, who lived in Nikko, was planning a rebellion.
  761. On October 11, the Oda forces (in what is known as the Battle of Kannonji-jo Castle) attacked the stronghold of the Rokkaku clan, namely Mitsukuri-jo Castle in Omi province, after the Rokkaku clan refused to join forces with Yoshiaki.
  762. On October 11, they arrived at Eno-ji Temple, which lies just before Ikuno, where they put up their headquarter.
  763. On October 12 of the same year, Toshisada went down to Owari and seized Kiyosu-jo Castle owned by Toshihiro, which housed new shugosho in Kasugai County, Owari Province.
  764. On October 12, 1181, Hidehira was appointed Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) Mutsu no kami (the governor of Mutsu Province).
  765. On October 12, 1909
  766. On October 12, 2004, Northwest University in China announced that the epitaph was found in a construction site in Xian City, Shaanxi Province, China.
  767. On October 12, 700, OTOMO no Sukune Miyuki and AHE no Minushi were raised to Shokosan (senior third rank).
  768. On October 12, he was appointed the Sanbo (staff officer) of Seicho-gun (conquering army of Choshu).
  769. On October 13, 1075, he received the Imperial proclamation to announce him as Fujiwarashi Choja, which was the head of the Fujiwara clan.
  770. On October 13, 1342, Nichizon invited his disciple Nichiin over from Jitsujo-ji Temple in Aizu to give him Jogyo-in.
  771. On October 13, 1605, he became a priest, shaving his head and taking the name "Tori" or "Keitetsu."
  772. On October 13, 1810, she married Zenbei NAKAYAMA (The NAKAYAMA family is referred to as "the Residence of Origin" in Tenrikyo).
  773. On October 13, 691, the Empress Jito awarded SAEKI no Ome the rank of jikidaini (the eleventh grade of jikidai rank for vassals of the forty-eight grades of cap rank) and hafurimono (a gift at a funeral ceremony).
  774. On October 13, 709, he was raised from Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) to Jugoinojo.
  775. On October 13, Yoritomo said to Kagetoki as follows:
  776. On October 13, he resigned as Kotaigogu Gon no daibu in accordance with the death of the Empress Dowager.
  777. On October 13, he was transferred to Minbu no taifu (Commissioner of Civil Affairs, the second-ranking officer, fifth rank, lower grade in the Bureau of Civil Affairs).
  778. On October 13, the Imperial Court also issued an order to encourage to hunt down and kill Tenchu-gumi.
  779. On October 13th, promoted to Ju Goi-jo.
  780. On October 14, 1036, he was transferred to Sagami as Sagami no kami (governor of Sagami Province).
  781. On October 14, 1187, an Innocho kudashibumi (a letter issued by innocho, the Retired Emperor's Office) was issued to Mutsu Province according to an appeal by Yoritomo firmly believing that Yoshitsune was harbored by Hidehira, saying, 'Priest Hidehira plots rebellion supporting the former Iyo no Kami (Governor of Iyo Province) (Yoshitsune).
  782. On October 14, 1239, Yasutoki was promoted to Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade.
  783. On October 14, 1592, he gained the property of 130,000 koku in Gifu Domain, Mino Province through the assistance of Hideyoshi after Hidekatsu TOYOTOMI died.
  784. On October 14, 1705, Nagashige followed Ienobu TOKUGAWA who entered the nishi-no-maru (west building) of Edo-jo castle and was transferred to the position of nishi-no-maru roju and his salary was increased by 10,000 koku which made the total amount of his salary in rice 60,000 koku
  785. On October 14, 1860, he had an audience with shogun Iemochi TOKUGAWA and became a doctor to the shogun.
  786. On October 14, 1867 the Imperial Court gave a secret tobaku order to Satsuma/Choshu (but some believe this order was a work of forgery).
  787. On October 14, 1883, more than 40 peasants in Koyasu Village, Osumi County gathered at a place called Tanzawayama in that village and attempted to attack Kitaro OMORI, Sadaemon OTSU, Sanemon SUZUKI and others with bamboo spears.
  788. On October 14, 1947, Prince Naruhiko was demoted to the status of a commoner as one of the 51 Imperial members of 11 Miyake (families allowed to have the status of Imperial family) and after that he went by the name of Naruhiko HIGASHIKUNI.
  789. On October 14, 1952, the All Japan Kendo Federation (AJKF) was formed.
  790. On October 14, 706, the Princess Takata took over the position of Saio (an unmarried female relative of a Japanese emperor, serving at Ise Grand Shrine [Ise-jingu Shrine]) from the Princess Izumi, and left the capital for Ise Province.
  791. On October 14, 764 or September 11 on the old calendar, SAEKI no Itaji, who was Emonfu (Headquarters of the Outer Palace Guards) in the early period, worked on the Empress Koken's side in the Rebellion of FUJIWARA no Nakamaro.
  792. On October 14, 764 or September 12 on the old calendar, Itaji and his allies cheated Prince Shioyaki, and backed up him for an emperor.
  793. On October 14, Hiramaro reported to the Retired Empress Koken about the mobilization order of Nakamaro.
  794. On October 14, Tsunetane called on Yoritomo with Yoritaka to pay his respects and recommended Yoritomo to accept Yoritaka as a retainer.
  795. On October 14, he was appointed as Sakone no shosho (Minor Captain of the Left Palace Guards).
  796. On October 14, the Retired Empress Koken quickly moved to send Shonagon (lesser councilor of state) Yamamura-O to the Chuguin Palace to collect the Imperial Seal and ekirei (bell) that were needed to exercise imperial power.
  797. On October 15, 1602, he became the lord of Tsukude Domain in Mikawa Province.
  798. On October 15, 1620 he died in Kyoto at the age of thirty-nine.
  799. On October 15, 1865 in Brussels, Montblanc and NIIRO and GODAI exchanged the twelve-article contract to establish a trading company.
  800. On October 15, 1939
  801. On October 15, 1957, two towns and six villages were merged; they were Gojo Town, Makino Village, Kita Uchi Village, Uchi Village, Oada Village, Minami Ada Village, Nohara Town and Sakaaibe Village, in Uchi County and this did not include Minami Uchi Village.
  802. On October 15, 764 or September 12 on the old calendar in the Rebellion of Fujiwara no Nakamaro, Mino worked on the side of Emperor Koken.
  803. On October 15, 810, Emperor Saga arrested Nakanari, who happened to be in Heiankyo, and issued an Imperial order that deprived Kusuko of her rank and announced that she was a criminal.
  804. On October 15, Yoshikazu planned to retaliate against the Hojo clan and appealed to Yoriie in his sickbed through Wakasa no Tsubone about the Hojo's arbitrary decision.
  805. On October 15, he changed his family name from 大枝 to 大江.
  806. On October 15, he received the Imperial proclamation to announce him as Kanpaku (Advisor).
  807. On October 15, he was allowed to wear the Kinjiki (forbidden colors).
  808. On October 15, he was captured by soldiers of Shigekado TAKENAKA and decapitated in the Rokujo-gawara riverbed on October 27, following Mitsunari.
  809. On October 15, he was promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade), retained his position as Sakone no shosho.
  810. On October 15, he was transferred to the office of Sakonoe no chujo (Middle Captain of the Left Palace Guards).
  811. On October 15, when Yoriie was sick and was in critical condition, Tokimasa HOJO deliberately killed Yoshikazu.
  812. On October 15, which was around the day when a messenger left Kamakura to Kyoto, Yoshikazu HIKI as the menoto-fu of Yoriie and maternal grandfather of MINAMOTO no Ichiman, Yoriie's first son, was murdered by Tokimasa HOJO in Kamakura, subverting the Hiki family (the Conspiracy of Yoshikazu HIKI).
  813. On October 1568, Yoshihide escaped to Awa Province when Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA (younger brother of Yoshiteru) came up to Kyoto with the support of Nobunaga ODA.
  814. On October 1598, a riot broke out again at Sanjigo of Hidaka County, seizing the opportunity of Hideyoshi's death in the previous month.
  815. On October 16, 1107, she entered into priesthood on the same day as Imperial Princess Tokushi did (from "Chuyuki" (diary of FUJIWARA no Munetada)).
  816. On October 16, 1597, he got the investiture of Jugoinoge and the Governor of Kawachi Province.
  817. On October 16, 1669, he died.
  818. On October 16, 1799, Hisashige was born as the first son of Yaemon TANAKA, a craftsman of tortoise shell in Kurume, Chikugo Province (present-day Kurume City, Fukuoka Prefecture).
  819. On October 16, 930, he abdicated and passed the throne to Crown Prince Hiroakira because of his illness; he died seven days later, on October 23, 930.
  820. On October 16, the game between Shusai and Seigen began at Kajibashi-ryokan Japanese-style Inn in Kyobashi, Tokyo.
  821. On October 17 (in the old calendar), an event called 'yorizome' was held in which a new cast of actors met for the time.
  822. On October 17 (old lunar calendar), Tosanobo and more than 60 warriors on horseback attacked the residence of Yoshitsune (Horikawa Night Raid) in Kyoto, however, Yukiie joined the fight when he saw that Yoshitsune himself was fighting back outside the gate of his residence, and finally they defeated the assailants.
  823. On October 17 the same year, registration was completed.
  824. On October 17, 1038 she went down to Ise (escorted by the Councillor, FUJIWARA no Sukehira).
  825. On October 17, 1182, Moritsuna became one of palanquin bearers when MINAMOTO no Yoriie, Yoritomo's legitimate son, moved from ubuya (a hut for delivering babies) to a residence on the palanquin.
  826. On October 17, 1182, Tsunetaka carried a palanquin for Yoritomo's eldest son, Yoriie, who was only two months old, to Yoritomo's residence from the hut where Yoriie was born, and on June 23, 1183, Tsunetaka had a woman who was blamed for having called herself a nobleman's illegitimate child under his charge in Awa Province.
  827. On October 17, 1185 when Yoshitsune and Yoritomo confronted and Yoritomo dispatched Shoshin TOSANOBO, an assassin, to Yoshitsune's mansion in Kyoto, Yoshitsune, who chose Tadanobu from his small number of retainers remained in his mansion for a companion, jumped out of the gate and fought back himself.
  828. On October 17, 1433, the order was issued; on September 21, 1438, the four seasons' part was submitted to the Emperor for inspection; on August 15 of the following year the anthology was completed.
  829. On October 17, 1630, the first Princess succeeded to the throne and became Empress Meisho.
  830. On October 17, 685, Emperor Tenmu dispatched Miyako no Okimi (宮処王), Hirose no Okimi, Naniwa no oji, Takeda no Okimi and Minu no Okimi to the capital and Kinai region (provinces surrounding Kyoto and Nara) to inspect arms people owned.
  831. On October 17, Tadamitsu NAKAYAMA joined Torataro YOSHIMURA and others again, and came back to headquarters of Ten no Tsuji.
  832. On October 17, he retired from Udaijin position.
  833. On October 17, he was promoted to the Juichii (Junior First Rank).
  834. On October 17, the day before the Battle of Fujigawa, the Takeda army sent a letter to Koremori's camp, following the rules of warfare of that time, which said as follows:
  835. On October 18 he became the 15th Shogun by an order from the Imperial Court.
  836. On October 18 of the lunar calendar, the 'Karasade-matsuri Festival,' a festival to bid farewell to the deities, is held in the haiden (a building for worshipping deities) of Izumo Taisha Shrine.
  837. On October 18, 1185, the Emperor Goshirakawa issued an imperial letter to hunt down and kill MINAMOTO no Yoritomo by the request of MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune, but the fall of Yoshitsune in the next month threw him into situations.
  838. On October 18, 1568, he was promoted to Juyon'i-ge and Sangi as an additional post.
  839. On October 18, 1647, he died in Tanba Kameyama.
  840. On October 18, 1738, the bakufu established the ozutsu yaku (office of artillery) as a managing post.
  841. On October 18, 1911 reserve duty.
  842. On October 18, 683, Kifumi no Miyatsuko was granted the title Muraji.
  843. On October 18, 854, he was appointed to Gyobu no taifu (Senior Assistant Minister of Justice) while he was still serving as the Governor of Tajima Province, and on March 9, 855, he was ordered to compile a national history with FUJIWARA no Yoshifusa and TOMO no Yoshio.
  844. On October 18, Imperial Princess Asahara went to Itsukinomiya of Ise after having Emperor Kanmu and many other aides see her off.
  845. On October 18, he landed in Guangzhou City.
  846. On October 18, the government army arrived at Suruga Province and confronted the rebel at Fuji-gawa River, where an army of one thousand soldiers faced several tens of thousands of enemy soldiers, and Tadakiyo figured he was losing ground, proposing to Koremori to draw off.
  847. On October 18;
  848. On October 19 in 1218, the monks of Enryaku-ji Temple held a petition in Kyoto, and by Imperial Law he stopped them at the Miya-mon Gate.
  849. On October 19, 1161 takes up the position of Sakyo no daibu (Master of the Eastern Capital Offices).
  850. On October 19, 1682, he was placed under the custody of Tadataka SAKAI of the Obama Domain of Wakasa Province because Yasumura supposedly was disrespectful to his own father Yasumasa.
  851. On October 19, 2008, the Yawata City North-South Bus Route began its operation (it was publicly operated as a real-world evaluation until March 31, 2009.)
  852. On October 19, 694, jokoshi (another one of four grades of joi, ranks of the Imperial Princes and Shoo, princes without imperial proclamation of the forty-eight grades of cap rank) Mino no Okimi was assigned to Tsukushi no Omikotomochi no Tsukasa no Kami (General of diplomatic facility to entertain foreign envoys)
  853. On October 19, 730, HIKETA no Mushimaro returned to Japan with gifts and a diplomatic message from the king of Bokkai; it is considered that Mushimaro brought back the offer of military alliance between Japan and Bokkai from the king of Bokkai.
  854. On October 19, the vanguard of Tenchu-gumi was at war with the soldiers of Tsu Domain in Obikawa and it succeeded in making the soldiers of Tsu Domain retreat to Gojo.
  855. On October 1st, 1837, Iesada served a concurrent post of Ukone no daisho (Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  856. On October 2 (the old calendar), 1614, the Toyotomi family began to prepare for war, sending out circulars to daimyo and ronin who had been favored by the Toyotomi family.
  857. On October 2 of the same year, it became Toyooka Prefecture, before being incorporated into Kyoto Prefecture on August 21, 1876.
  858. On October 2, 1158, he was allowed Nai-shoden (to be admitted to the inner Court).
  859. On October 2, 1180 when MINAMOTO no Yoritomo raised an army, he was designated So-daisho (the supreme commander) to defeat Yoritomo.
  860. On October 2, 1235, he was assigned as Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state).
  861. On October 2, 1579, Murashige escaped from Ariokajo Castle alone and moved to Amagasakijo Castle subsequently to Hanakumajo Castle (the Battle of Hanakumajo Castle).
  862. On October 2, 1699, he died during his tenure as a member of shogun's council of elders.
  863. On October 2, 1999
  864. On October 2, 978, he was promoted to Junii and was also reappointed U-daijin.
  865. On October 2, Hirano, Kitagaki and Sawa left Mitajiri and prepared a boat, thirty-seven roshi including Yaichi KAWAKAMI (former administrator of the Kiheitai Army,) who revered the emperor, set sail.
  866. On October 2, Tenchu-gumi entered Ten no Tsuji and established the headquarters.
  867. On October 2, Tomomasa pursued Yasuhira into Monomioka, Tamatsukuri County, and surrounded the hill.
  868. On October 2, Yoritsuna and Tomomasa sent a letter to Yoshitoki HOJO saying that Yoritsuna had no conspiracy against the bakufu, but Yoritsuna was not forgiven, so that he renounced the world.
  869. On October 20 (September 3 under the old lunar calendar), Yasuhira was killed with the betrayal of KAWADA no Jiro, Yasuhira's roju (vassal).
  870. On October 20 (according to old lunar calendar, on November 25 according to solar calendar), the fleet moved towards the east, disembarking at Momochihama, and then at Jigyohama, Nagahama, Nanotsu, Suzakihama (Hakata), Higashihama, and Hakozakihama.
  871. On October 20 (in the old calendar) 'monkanban' (billboard to announce the roles of main actors) was put up, on October 29 new programs and casts were announced, and on October 30 a pictorial billboard was put up.
  872. On October 20, 1094, he became a monk due to old age and sickness, but died the same day.
  873. On October 20, 1240, he was assigned as Udaijin (Minister of the Right).
  874. On October 20, 1659, she moved to Honmaru (a main compound of a castle) and was called Midaisama (the legal wife of Shogun; the same meaning as Midaidokoro).
  875. On October 20, 1745, Yoshimune TOKUGAWA ceded the post of shogun to his eldest son Ieshige TOKUGAWA, but a speech defect which left him unable to govern meant that Yoshimune held onto actual power until his death.
  876. On October 20, 1866, he fought in the Sanjo Seisatsu Incident.
  877. On October 20, 969, Kurodo (Keeper of imperial archives)
  878. On October 20, Sanetomo succeeded the position of Kamakura-dono when Yoriie became exiled.
  879. On October 20, Sanetomo was given the title of Seii-taishogun with the rank of Jugoi (Junior Fifth Rank) along his mother's intention.
  880. On October 20, Shoshidai Katsushige ITAKURA back from Sunpu announced the following proposal for the punishment of eight court nobles, five court ladies and one jige (lower class noble) involved in the scandal.
  881. On October 20, Takatsugu surrendered the castle, and then he went to Onjo-ji Temple to become a monk and went up to Mt. Koya.
  882. On October 20, Yoriie lost his Shogunship and was sent to Shuzen-ji Temple of Izu Province to be a priest.
  883. On October 20, he was given additional post of Kurodo dokoro no betto (Superintendent of the Chamberlain's Office).
  884. On October 20, the bakufu army decided to do an all-out attack on October 22 and ordered various domains in charge of besieging Tenchu-gumi to that effect.
  885. On October 20th, 700, when the two teams of government officials were dispatched to mend Ochi no Misasagi and Yamashina no Misasagi, OISHI no Okimi, AWATA no Mahito, HAJI no Umate, Oharida no Taima and three hangan (judges), two sakans (low level officials) and two carpenters were sent.
  886. On October 21 or September 18 on the old calendar, FUJIWARA no Nakamaro who had escaped was put to the sword by IWAMURA no Iwatate.
  887. On October 21, 1166, he was promoted to Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  888. On October 21, 1178, the Shionoya Daimyojin Shrine was established in Kohata.
  889. On October 21, 1275, he was reappointed as Sessho again.
  890. On October 21, 1320, he assumed both the rank of Junnain no Betto (chief of Junnain) and the post of the leader of the Genji clan.
  891. On October 21, 1570, Kennyo issued a manifesto to his believers, declaring that Nobunaga was a enemy of Buddhist who was trying to destroy Hongan-ji Temple, and suddenly attacked the Oda army that was deployed in Settsu Fukushima to attack the Miyoshi clan.
  892. On October 21, 1586, Hideyoshi was granted the clan name of Toyotomi, and then, was elevated to Dajodaijin when Emperor Goyozei ascended the Imperial throne.
  893. On October 21, 2006
  894. On October 21, 2007, a report was discovered in the United States National Archives and Records Administration.
  895. On October 21, 683, 38 clans including FUMI no Obito were awarded the title 'Muraji'.
  896. On October 21, 685, the Emperor Tenmu enjoyed gambling with the Imperial family and vassals at Oyasumi-dono.
  897. On October 21, 685, the emissaries were dispatched throughout the country to carry out the inspection on the work performance of Kokushis (provincial governors), Gunjis (local magistrates) and working and living conditions of peasants.
  898. On October 21, 824, he was transferred to Daigaku no kami (Director of the Bureau of Education).
  899. On October 21, 826, he was transferred to Nakatsukasa no taifu (Senior Assistant Minister of the Ministry of Central Affairs).
  900. On October 21, Imperial army was joined by the troops led by Tozoku shogun (literally, shogun who subdues rebels) FUJIWARA no Kurajimaro, and attacked Nakamaro's army from both lake and land, and finally Nakamaro was defeated.
  901. On October 21, after things seemed to have calmed down, a warrior serving Shigemori attacked and assaulted Motofusa's servant when Motofusa was on his way to the Imperial Palace to celebrate the Emperor reaching the age of maturity.
  902. On October 21, he retired from Sakone no daisho.
  903. On October 21, he was appointed as Sakonoe no chujo (Middle Captain of the Left Palace Guards).
  904. On October 21, he was promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) and retained his position as Sakone gonno chujo.
  905. On October 21, he was ranked as shihon (the fourth court rank for Imperial Princes).
  906. On October 21, they battled in Kawawa, Nihari-no-sato, along the Kinu-gawa River.
  907. On October 21: Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade) (gyoko (royal visit) to Uji)
  908. On October 22 of the same year, the Daidairi (the Greater Imperial Palace) was reconstructed and Kiyomori built the Jijuden (literally, "hall of benevolence and longevity," which is the Emperor's residence).
  909. On October 22, 1155, he was appointed as Hyogo no kami (Head of Hyogo).
  910. On October 22, 1385, he offered to Mt. Koya the 'Petition and Prayer Text of Emperor Chomei's Own Handwriting,' which is designated as a national treasure and kept in Kongobu-ji Temple.
  911. On October 22, 1584, he resigned from the post of Gon Dainagon.
  912. On October 22, 1596, Hideyoshi had an interview with an envoy from Ming in Osaka-jo Castle, and he became furious when seeing the line of a diplomatic message dispatched by the sovereign in Ming, which said that 'We hereby especially recognize you and bestow upon you the title of King of Japan.'
  913. On October 22, 1712, he was born as the third son of Mitsuhiro MATSUDAIRA, the first lord of the Yodo Domain in Yamashiro Province.
  914. On October 22, 1754, he handed over the family headship to the first son of him Mitsutsune for retirement and then went to the Arima-onsen Hotspring in Settsu Province to recuperate in 1760.
  915. On October 22, 686, at the funeral of Emperor Tenmu, ranked as Jikidaisan (the thirteenth grade of jikidai rank for vassals of the forty-eight grades of cap rank, which corresponds to Shogoinojo, Senior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade of Taiho Ritsuryo, Taiho Code), Kunimi delivered an eulogy for Hidarimiginotoneri (the Imperial Guards).
  916. On October 22, 686, he delivered an eulogy at the funeral of Emperor Tenmu.
  917. On October 22, 698, she was designated an Ise Saigu (an unmarried princess serving at the Ise-jingu Shrine) by fortune telling and left the capital to Ise.
  918. On October 22, Shigemori, TAIRA no Yorimori, TAIRA no Norimori and TAIRA no Tsunemori were all promoted in reward for the reconstruction of Dairi castle (Source: Article for this day in "Heihanki (TAIRA no Nobunori's diary)").
  919. On October 22, Toshiie had his victories in a series of battles celebrated by Hideyoshi (Documents of Maeda Ikutokukai, Onkosokucho).
  920. On October 22, Wasaburo MASE was assigned to sanryo bugyo orally in the house of Dainagon (chief councilor of state) Toshikatsu BOJO.
  921. On October 22, during the same year, he became Mutsu Chinju shogun (General of security guards in Mutsu Province).
  922. On October 22, he ordered Shinkokin Wakashu (New Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry) from Kyoto.
  923. On October 22, he was shifted to Uhyoe no suke (assistant captain of the Right Division of Middle Palace Guards).
  924. On October 22: Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) (Building of Shuhosha)
  925. On October 23 in the same year, Michika, who was Emperor Momozono's Sessho, or Regent, introduced the full-scale reform 'Kani Gojyo' (Imperial decision on official ranks) proposed by the late Retired Emperor and Kaneyoshi, in accordance with the Retired Emperor's final wishes.
  926. On October 23 of the same year, he died in the fierce battle.
  927. On October 23, 1164, he was reassigned as Naidaijin.
  928. On October 23, 1211, he was promoted to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and transferred to the post of chamberlain.
  929. On October 23, 1248, he was promoted to Juichii (Junior First Rank), and retained his position as Sadaijin.
  930. On October 23, 1669, Yasunobu went into retirement due to old age, and transferred the head of the family to his eldest son Sukenobu.
  931. On October 23, 1838, when her eldest son Shuji was suffering from leg pain, she invited Ichibei, an ascetic Buddhist monk, to perform an incantation.
  932. On October 23, 1868, the ministries were merged for the purpose of integrating the tax collection and finance systems, and Yoshinaga MATSUDAIRA, the Minbukyo, held the position of Okurakyo, and Shigenobu OOKUMA, the Okurataifu, held the position of Minbutaifu.
  933. On October 23, 1868, the name of the era was changed to Meiji, Edo-jo Castle was renamed Tokyo-jo Castle, the Emperor moved to Tokyo, the organization of seven departments such as Gijo, Gyosei and Jingi, was adopted, and Sanetsune TOKUDAIJI was appointed to Gijo together with Sanetomi SANJO and Tomomi IWAKURA and moved to Tokyo.
  934. On October 23, 686, Jikikosan (the fourteenth grade of jikiko rank for vassals of the forty-eight grades of cap rank, which corresponds to Shogoinoge, Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade of Taiho Ritsuryo, Taiho Code), ISONOKAMI no Ason Maro killed Norinotsukasa (the eulogist of the Legal Bureau) at the Emperor Tenmu's funeral.
  935. On October 23, 972, he retired from positions of Sessho and Daijo-daijin.
  936. On October 23, 985, the following year, she entered into Shosaiin (Hall of Initial Abstinence) (Left Division of Middle Palace Guards), and on November 16, entered into Nonomiya (Field Palace).
  937. On October 23, Nagashima Gansho-ji Temple was unable to withstand the starvation policy both from land and sea, agreed to a surrender.
  938. On October 23, he was promoted to Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) while still serving as a Jiju.
  939. On October 23, the Imperial army captured Hirotsugu escaping on the sea by ship, and Azumahito killed Hirotsugu and his brother FUJIWARA no Tsunate on November 1.
  940. On October 23, the followers of Nagashima-jo Castle who were out of food surrendered and asked Nobunaga to leave for Osaka by ship.
  941. On October 24 in the same year, Crown Prince Motoio died.
  942. On October 24, 1076, he was promoted to Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) and retained his position as Ukone no Gon no chujo.
  943. On October 24, 1186, Moritsuna accompanied Yoritomo on his visit to Amanawa-jinja Shrine.
  944. On October 24, 1230 he left the posts of Sakone no daisho and Samaryo gogen.
  945. On October 24, 1240, he resumed positions of Sakone no daisho and Samaryo gogen.
  946. On October 24, 1600, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA praised Masamune for his distinguished service for the battle at Fukushima Omote.
  947. On October 24, 1606, Yorifusa TOKUGAWA, the 11th son of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, was given a fief of one hundred thousand koku (which yielded approx. 18 million liters of rice) in Shimotsuma in Hitachi Province, and started his own family.
  948. On October 24, 1619, at the age of 16, he entered into the priesthood (Tokudo) lead by Manyo Sonsho as Kaishi (the priest who imparts the Buddhist commandments), and became a Ryojun.
  949. On October 24, 1716, Tsuramoto TASHIRO completed the compilation of the eleven volumes in total of the Hagakure (the book of Bushido).
  950. On October 24, 1886, Normanton Incident occurred that all the 25 Japanese passengers on board of the ship were drowned; although Drake was accused of drowning the passengers, he was found not guilty by the British consul Troup of the consulate of Kobe, under the judgement of the consular jurisdiction.
  951. On October 24, 1990, service began on the section between Kitayama and Kitaoji station.
  952. On October 24, 2005, Miki City annexed Yokawa-cho, Mino-gun (Hyogo Prefecture).
  953. On October 24, 685, Emperor Tenmu invited the imperial family and vassals to Oan-dono (Oan Hall), and was amused with games and gambles.
  954. On October 24, 933, he also assumed the position of Kii no Gon no Suke (Provisional Assistant Governor of Kii Province).
  955. On October 24, 933, he assumed the additional post of Benkan.
  956. On October 24, 933, his concurrent appointment to Governor of Bizen Province ended, and he was given a concurrent appointment as an officer in Iyo Province.
  957. On October 24, Shonagon concurrently.
  958. On October 24, he resigned as Sakone no daisho, and Samaryo gogen.
  959. On October 24, the second force led by General Iwao OYAMA landed at Jinzhou.
  960. On October 24th, 1691, it was prohibited to teach dogs, cats and mice to do tricks for shows.
  961. On October 25 in the same year, Japanese Archaeological Association supported this view and issued "a statement to call for the conservation and protection of Takamatsuzuka tumulus as a special historic site" with a claim that the historic site be preserved at the site.
  962. On October 25, 1079, he was promoted to Junii (Junior Second Rank) and retained his positions as Gon Chunagon and Sakone no daisho.
  963. On October 25, 1194, Masakiyo's daughter held a memorial service for Masakiyo and Yoshitomo at Shochoju-in Temple.
  964. On October 25, 1936, it was decided at the meeting 'Roundtable Discussion by Karate Masters' (hosted by Ryukyushinpo) that 'karate' (唐手) would be changed to 'karate' (空手).
  965. On October 25, 1940, he was demoted to commoner and became the Marquis Awata.
  966. On October 25, 1974, 546 peasants of the Mining Pollution Eradication Association in Niragawa area, Ota City, demanded compensation of 1.3 billion yen from Furukawa Mining.
  967. On October 25, Mochiuji was defeated and withdrew his force to Ebina in Sagami Province.
  968. On October 25, Niimi was forced to commit seppuku.
  969. On October 25, in the first battle of the war, he managed to repulse the allied army.
  970. On October 25, the Imagawa side defeated Mochiuji' troops and crossed over Mt. Ashigara, while Mochifusa UESUGI also beat the camp settled in Hakone.
  971. On October 25, they fended off the allied forces towards the beginning of the war.
  972. On October 26 (September 9 under the old lunar calendar), the imperial decree for Yasuhira Conquest was finally received by Yoritomo, who had already conquered Oshu.
  973. On October 26, 1169, she entered Nonomiya, and went to Ise on October 28, 1170.
  974. On October 26, 1192, he was appointed as Jito (local land stewards) of Muratashimosho, Hitachi Province due to the exploit of the Battle of Nogimiya.
  975. On October 26, 1243, Yasutsuna accompanied Yoritsune to visit Okura family and Mototsuna GOTO.
  976. On October 26, 1885 they arrived in Yokohama Port.
  977. On October 26, soldiers of Kishu Domain and Tsu Domain attacked Ten no Tsuji that was defended by Torataro YOSHIMURA, leading him to abandon Ten no Tsuji.
  978. On October 26, the Takeda army and the Ujiteru HOJO and Ujikuni HOJO army collided at Mimase toge.
  979. On October 26, when her husband, Zenbei, agreed to allow Miki to become "Kami no Yashiro"(The Shrine of God), Miki's pain subsided (In Tenrikyo, this is called "the day of origin").
  980. On October 27 in the same year, he succeeded to the throne after Emperor Komyo passed the throne to him.
  981. On October 27, 1184 his daughter (Satogozen) was given in marriage to Yoshitsune in Kyoto at the behest of Yoritomo.
  982. On October 27, 1184, by the order of Yoritomo, Shigeyori KAWAGOE's daughter went up to the capital and married to Yoshitsune, who was staying there as Yoritomo's daikan (local governor).
  983. On October 27, 1773, he died young at the age of 27 without an heir, and Masanobu INABA, his brother and the adopted heir, succeeded Masahiro.
  984. On October 27, 1871, the emperor instructed to place Jingi in a safe place and the spirists of the past emperors were moved from Hasshinden to the palace.
  985. On October 27, 1930, a group of more than 300 people from six villages, led by the Seediq Rudao MONA, assaulted the athletic festival held at an elementary school to kill about 140 Japanese in Wuche, 能高郡, Taichung Prefecture (present-day Ren-ai, Nantou County).
  986. On October 27, 2006, it was certified as the first certification of Regional Organizations' Trademark System (Regional Brand).
  987. On October 27, 712, he was appointed to the first Kenshiragi-shi (Japanese envoy to Silla) after transferring the national capital to Heijokyo, and on December 5, 712, he resigned.
  988. On October 27, 770 or October 1 on the old calendar, he was assigned to Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) by Emperor Konin who ascended to the throne taking over Empress Shotoku who had passed away.
  989. On October 27, he resigned Sadaijin.
  990. On October 27, he resigned as Sakonoe no taisho.
  991. On October 27, he retired from Sessho and Nairan.
  992. On October 27, he was appointed as Chugunosuke (Assistant Director of the Empress Division) for the empress (FUJIWARA no Morosuke's daughter, FUJIWARA no Anshi, who was Emperor Murakami's empress).
  993. On October 27, three days after the Shimpuren-no-ran War, the 'Akizuki-to' party led by Imamura raised the army and started by killing a police officer in Myogen-ji temple (the first death of police officers on duty in Japan).
  994. On October 28 of the same year, he was dispatched to the Imperial court in Kyoto as the bakufu's messenger to celebrate the successful completion of the construction of the Imperial Palace.
  995. On October 28 the same year, he was promoted to shosanmi (senior third rank).
  996. On October 28, 1162, Munemori was appointed to the position of Sama no kami (head of Samaryo).
  997. On October 28, 1517, he was promoted to Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank) while still serving as Gon Chunagon.
  998. On October 28, 1693, he stepped down from the post of koke and was transferred to koshogumi (page corps).
  999. On October 28, 1868 after the new era began, he was appointed to constitute prefecture at the beginning of Meiji, Nichien Province magistrate, and to be a judge to start working as a high official of the new government.
  1000. On October 28, 858, he was transferred to Gon Chunagon (Provisional Middle Counselor).

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