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  1. On October 28, he managed to meet Yoritomo at a lodging in Saginuma, Shimousa Province.
  2. On October 28, he was appointed as Sadaijin (minister of the left).
  3. On October 28, he was transferred to the post of Sakone no shosho.
  4. On October 28, only three days after Niimi's death, Serizawa and Goro HIRAYAMA from the Mitoha group were attacked and murdered by the Shieikanha group, by which the Mitoha group of Shinsengumi was destroyed.
  5. On October 28th, 'Junkoku Gun' (military of patriots willing to die for Japan) was raised, which was led by MAEBARA and was based in Meirinkan school (school of former feudal domain) in Hagi.
  6. On October 29 in the same year of her birth, Meimei no gi (the naming ceremony)
  7. On October 29 of the same year, the Keihan Bus Co. Ltd. handed these routes over to Keihan Uji Transport Co. Ltd..
  8. On October 29, 1013, he was granted Junii (Junior Second Rank).
  9. On October 29, 1180, Tomomitsu's mother, Samukawa no Ama, introduced him to Yoritomo who had raised army to defeat the Taira clan; he became Yoritomo's vassal and Yoritomo took the roll of his eboshioya (a person who puts an eboshi [formal headwear for court nobles] on a young man's head on his genpuku ceremony) when he celebrated his genpuku (to become an adult man).
  10. On October 29, 1618, he started to serve Iemitsu TOKUGAWA, the third Shogun.
  11. On October 29, 1850, she was conferred Juichii (Junior First Rank) and her imina (personal name that was generally used posthumously or by one's parents or lord) was Ogo in the court rank diploma.
  12. On October 29, 960, he was demoted from nobility to subject and received the surname of the Minamoto clan Asomi.
  13. On October 29, 998, he took the post of sakon chujo.
  14. On October 29, SAMUKAWA no Ama joined Yoritomo with Tomomitsu YUKI, her biological child, and Tomomasa is thought to have followed Yoritomo soon after that.
  15. On October 29, he was assigned to Gon chunagon (Provincial Middle Councilor) while still serving as Sakonoe no gon chujo.
  16. On October 29, only three sacred imperial treasures were transferred from Daikaku-ji Temple to the Tsuchimikado Palace where Emperor Gokomatsu of the Northern Court resided.
  17. On October 29: Jushiinoge (Junior Forth Rank, Lower Grade) (Building of Taikenmon)
  18. On October 29th, 1695, during the great famine of Genroku (1695 to 1696), doghouses in Nakano were completed.
  19. On October 2nd Yoritsuna sent a letter to the Kamakura government office through Tomomasa, stating that he had had no intention of rebellion, and later on October 7th this resulted in him becoming a priest in the Shimotsuke Province.
  20. On October 3, 1241, Sadaie passed away (at the age of 80).
  21. On October 3, 1246, Yoritsugu attended the ritual for releasing living beings at Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu Shrine.
  22. On October 3, 1252, he became Sessho (regent).
  23. On October 3, 1262, he died at the age of 52 ["Sonpibunmyaku" (a text compiled in the fourteenth century that records the lineages of the aristocracy)].
  24. On October 3, 1769, he was conferred Jugo (honorary rank next to the three Empresses: Great Empress Dowager, Empress Dowager and Empress).
  25. On October 3, 1802, he was granted Ippon (the first rank of Imperial Prince), but passed away on the next day, October 4th.
  26. On October 3, 1871, Hokkaido Development Commissioner decided on a large-scale budget plan called the Ten-year Plan of Development Commissioner, which estimated the total budget for development of Hokkaido during the ten years after 1872 to be ten million yen.
  27. On October 3, 1911, around seven thirty in the morning, he died.
  28. On October 3, 715, however, due to anxiety for her own old age and the still too young crown prince Obito no miko, she abdicated the throne in favor of her daughter, Hitaka no himemiko (Empress Gensho).
  29. On October 3, 837, the ceremony of attaining manhood was held in dairi tenjo (Imperial Palace) and on the same day, he was awarded the rank of Jushiinoge (Junior Forth Rank, Lower Grade).
  30. On October 3, the bakufu sent Tomomasa HIRAGA, who was an adopted son-in-law of Tokimasa, to Kyoto as the Kyoto shugo (military governor of Kyoto), and Tomomasa went to Kyoto leading Gokenin (shogunal retainers) who had territories in the western region of Japan.
  31. On October 30 (or 28) in the same year, when members of Shinsengumi went to Yoshiwara for pleasure, he stayed at the place where Shinsengumi quartered.
  32. On October 30, 1047, Yoshiyori was appointed to Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state), but unfortunately passed away in the following year.
  33. On October 30, 1663, he argued with Gukei about the year of the birth of Muso Kokushi (the most reverend priest), and he corrected the error of the opinion which was believed at that time.
  34. On October 30, 1664, he transferred the headship of the family to his second son Yasumasa and retired.
  35. On October 30, 1850, the town magistrate's office raided his hiding place in Aoyamahyakunin-cho (present-day, Aoyama, Tokyo [Minato Ward, Tokyo]) and captured him.
  36. On October 30, 1863, Shinsengumi had a party with the geisha girls at Sumiya in Shimabara.
  37. On October 30, 1903, died in his own house in Yokoicho, Ushigome.
  38. On October 30, 737 or September 28 on the old calendar, he was appointed to Chunagon (middle counselor) and Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  39. On October 30, Yoshinari, his adopted nephew, entered into priesthood and changed his name to Kugyo, and went to Kyoto to receive the religious precept on November 6.
  40. On October 30, he died in his own house.
  41. On October 30, he was appointed to Governor of Inaba Province.
  42. On October 30;
  43. On October 31 of the same year, Shimotsuke Shinbun (newspaper) reported that trees in Ashio area had been dying since about the previous year; and those two articles are considered to have been the first reports linking the Ashio copper mine and the pollution.
  44. On October 31, 1416 around Dog Time (8:00 - 10:00 pm), Mitsutaka ASHIKAGA entered Hoju-in Temple near Kamakura Gosho (Mochiuji's residence) and took up arms.
  45. On October 31, 1571, Ujiyasu HOJO who had been suffering from a disease, passed away in Odawara.
  46. On October 31, 1968, the Ichida bypass (currently Murahigashi, which was renamed on November 11, 1988) was newly constructed.
  47. On October 31, 1996, the west side of the former dining room was burnt down due to an accidental fire occurring in the building situated on the opposite of the student meeting place (building for club activities).
  48. On October 31, Norizane also went into battle from Hirai-jo Castle and defeated the Isshiki troops.
  49. On October 31, two days after the dissolution of the Liberal Party, they held a rally in Muku Shrine in Shimoyoshida (former Yoshidamachi [Saitama Prefecture]), established the purpose of the uprising, a role chart and martial law.
  50. On October 3rd, 1688, villagers in Niiha-mura Village, Musashi Province were punished for cutting trees on which birds built nests.
  51. On October 3rd, Yoshimasa ran away and surrendered to the army of bakufu and many of local lords in the Harima Province turned their back on the Akamatsu clan and ran way.
  52. On October 4 of the same year, he joined to establish Nihon University (the predecessor of incorporated educational institution Nihon University) in that location during the night.
  53. On October 4, 1232 he stopped to serve as Kanpaku and was declared Sessho (regent).
  54. On October 4, 1619, Mitsunobu WAKEBE who was transferred from the Ise-Ueno Domain entered the domain for the first time with properties bearing 20,000 koku (1 koku was about 180 liter; an old unit showing volume), and as a result, the Omizo Domain was established.
  55. On October 4, 1684, at the age of 15, he began learning Yamagaryu (Yamaga school) military science under the instruction of Soko YAMAGA.
  56. On October 4, 1976, a girl who later became Chiaki KIRIGAMIST was born in Tokoro-cho, Kitami City, Hokkaido Prefecture, and she was raised in nearby Abashiri City.
  57. On October 4, 592 (on the old calendar), a man presented Emperor Sushun with a wild boar.
  58. On October 4, 835, she went to Ise for Gunko (three years of purification for Saigu at Nonomiya) and then returned to Ise.
  59. On October 4, 987, he was appointed Konoe no shosho (Minor Captain of the Palace Guards), and on February 10, 988, he was allowed to wear kinjiki (forbidden colors; colors like a deep shade of dark red or purple that could be worn only by members of the Imperial family or high court noble).
  60. On October 4, he came back to Japan after about four months' work in Taiwan.
  61. On October 4, the 'Memorandum on the Removal of Restrictions on Political, Civilian and Religious Freedom' was sent by GHQ to the cabinet, which found itself in a difficult position and resigned en mass the following day.
  62. On October 4th, 1689, Masanao SAKAI, a direct retainer of the Shogunate, was sentenced to house arrest, because dogs had a fight and were killed in front of a conference chamber.
  63. On October 5 (old lunar calendar) of the same year, she was named empress and given the title of 'Chugu.'
  64. On October 5 1242, he passed away at the age of eighty.
  65. On October 5, 1265, he resigned his position as Sadaijin.
  66. On October 5, 1352, he entered into priesthood.
  67. On October 5, 1806, he died at the age of 58 and his second son Masanari succeeded him.
  68. On October 5, 1819, he was transferred to Gon Dainagon (provisional major counselor).
  69. On October 5, 1907, she passed away at the residence in Minami-cho, Aoyama, Tokyo (Minato Ward, Tokyo).
  70. On October 5, 692, the Empress Jito visited the manor of the Imperial Princess Asuka.
  71. On October 5, 771, he became Mutsu no kami (the governor of Mutsu Province).
  72. On October 5, 785, a ceremony to send off Itsukinomiko was held in the former city, Heijokyo (the ancient capital of Heijo), Emperor Kanmu went from Nagaokakyo (the ancient capital of Nagaoka) to the former city, Heijokyo to see Imperial Princess Asahara off on her trip to Ise.
  73. On October 5, 872, also assumed the position of Kurodo no To (Dual appointment as the Sangi and the Kurodo no To was a rare case.)
  74. On October 5, Iwarehikono Mikoto went to the east with his older brothers including Itsuse no mikoto by boat and when they got to Hayasui no to, they hired Kunitsukami (gods of the land), Shiinetsuhiko as a guide.
  75. On October 5, he was promoted to Jusanmi and transferred to the position of Sakone no chujo (Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  76. On October 5, he was promoted to the court rank of Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank), and transferred to the post of Udaijin.
  77. On October 6 of AD 643 (the next year), the post of minister was transferred by his father out of his arbitrary decision.
  78. On October 6 of the same year (September 1 in the old lunar calendar), he committed suicide with his father Hisamasa.
  79. On October 6, 1156, he was transferred to the office of Gon no dainagon and retained his position as Saemon no kami.
  80. On October 6, 1641, he was born the eldest legitimate son of Yoshifuyu KIRA (4200 koku), koke hatamoto (direct retainers of the Edo bakufu), and a niece of Tadakatsu SAKAI (a daughter of Tadayoshi SAKAI) at the residence of Kira on the street of Edo Kajibashi.
  81. On October 6, 1924, Senzaburo passed away at Kochiyokuchi, Oiso-machi, Naka County, Kanagawa Prefecture (present day, Oiso, Naka County, Kanagawa Prefecutre), where he lived temporarily for medical treatment.
  82. On October 6, 2006, the autonomous communities in the Kinki area, that had a history of 'Miketsukuni,' gathered and held their first meeting as a 'Miketsukuni Summit.'
  83. On October 6, Yoritomo entered Kamakura in Sagami Province, which was a place linked with his ancestry.
  84. On October 6: Received the treatment as Sangi (even though he had resigned from Sangi previously)
  85. On October 6th of the same year, Ono died in the place of exile.
  86. On October 7, 1168, she was given the title of imperial princess, and she was designated as Ise Saigu (vestal virgin princess serving at Ise-jingu Shrine) by bokujo (decided by fortunetelling) on the same day.
  87. On October 7, 1487, he went on an expedition against Takayori ROKKAKU (the hugo of Omi Province who had invaded the territory of Kuge), court nobles and the Hokushu, the guard force (the shogun's directly controlled army), in a campaign called the ROKKAKU subjugation.
  88. On October 7, 1603 he died at the age of 57.
  89. On October 7, 1684, Masatoshi HOTTA, who held the title of chief minister, was called to by Masayasu INABA, who was Masatoshi's cousin and held the title of managerial position, and suddenly killed by him.
  90. On October 7, 1856, a conference was held with Townsend HARRIS, American consul general, at Shimoda Goyo-sho (a government office), and he argued as follows.
  91. On October 7, 1889, he assumed the position of the 22nd Hoshu by the retirement of Gonnyo, Koei's father.
  92. On October 7, 1895, he was awarded Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun with Paulownia Flower.
  93. On October 7, 1900, he was baptized into the Christian faith at Grace Episcopal Church, which was affiliated with the Anglican-Episcopal Church, in Tokyo.
  94. On October 7, 1944, Nakagawa, who left home to go to Ritsumeikan University as usual, worked at the office until after 5 o'clock and returned home.
  95. On October 7, Kagetora advanced to the northern Shinano area, leading his forces by himself.
  96. On October 7, Tadamitsu NAKAYAMA led the main force and headed for Takatori-cho, while Torataro YOSHIMURA led a detached force and went into the Imperial Palace area to prepare for the fight with Koriyama Domain.
  97. On October 7, the House of Representatives approved the modifications added by the House of Peers, all the debates at the Imperial Diet were completed.
  98. On October 7, the Saiga shu including Magoichi SUZUKI fought with the local clan of Nango such as Hidetsugu INAI and Yasuke OKAMOTO at Inomatsubara (Kainan City at present), helped by kokujin and jizamurai in the Hidaka County, and defeated them.
  99. On October 8, 1241, Yoritsune had built Shin hokutodo, and Yasutsuna, as a servant, accompanied the Yoritsune's procession to visit the Shin hokuto-do.
  100. On October 8, 1383, he was appointed to Juichii (Junior First Rank).
  101. On October 8, 1591(red seal of Hideyoshi)
  102. On October 8, 1717, he died at the age of 44 and his third son Mitsuchika succeeded to his position.
  103. On October 8, 1868, the Imperial army launched an offensive on Tsuruga-jo Castle in the Tohoku War and, on November 6 of that year, the Aizu Clan surrendered.
  104. On October 8, 2004, the Council for Kinki Regional Transport (an advisory body to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism) announced a plan to extend the subway south of Takeda Station for a better railway network from the mid-long term perspective.
  105. On October 8, they landed in Harima and headed towards Ikuno.
  106. On October 8th Yoritsuna left Utsunomiya Futaarayama-jinja Shrine for Kamakura, and arriving at Kamakura on October 10th, he asked the Tokuso Family of the Hojo clan to see him but he was refused once.
  107. On October 8th, they attacked Takatori-jo Castle but were beaten, and YOSHIMURA was seriously injured in this battle.
  108. On October 9 in 1863, he left the priesthood and adopted the "miya-go," a name granted for an independent Imperial family, Nakagawanomiya.
  109. On October 9, 1694, he tentatively adopted his younger brother Nagahiro ASANO because he had no children between Aguri, and gave him 3,000 koku crop yields of new field, making him independent as bakufu hatamoto (direct retainers of the bakufu, which is a form of Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  110. On October 9, 1698, he lost his residence at Kajibashi because of the great fire of Edo, but later he rebuilt his residence at Yaesu.
  111. On October 9, 1854, he assumed the post of sojaban (an official in charge of the ceremonies).
  112. On October 9, 1894, armed peasants in Tonghak led by Jeon Bong Jun regarded the invading Japanese troops as the second army of Hideyoshi and rose against it.
  113. On October 9, Masamune wrote the following letters to his vassals including Munenaga KOORI and Munenao DAIJO (大条宗直):
  114. On October 9, also assumed the position of Saemon no kami (captain of Headquarters of Outer Palace Guard).
  115. On October 9, he retained the position of Sakone no taisho.
  116. On October 9, he was given additional post as Kurodo.
  117. On October 9, there is Yoimiya (eve of a festival vigil), and on October 10, 13 hikiyama (floats) parade in the city.
  118. On October of the same year, he established a branch family of Tamari-Shimazu.
  119. On October, 16 th, 1695, 11 people including a police sergeant, were ordered to commit Seppuku (suicide by disembowelment) due to a violation of the law.
  120. On Octoeber 31, 689, ISONOKAMI no Maro and ISHIKAWA no Mushina were sent to Chikushi region and delivered a court rank diploma.
  121. On Omisoka, various events are held to see out the old year.
  122. On Plague Epidemic in Hong Kong in 1894,' 1895, Chugai Iji Shinpo, 375,1281-1288
  123. On Plague Epidemic in Hong Kong in 1894,' 1895, Chugai Iji Shinpo, 377,1428-1433
  124. On Platform 2 and 3, 'Menza,' a noodle shop, and 'Second pochette,' a conventional type kiosk, are located.
  125. On Poverty and Wealth
  126. On Poverty and Wealth - Sanai OKANO is a samurai who loves money; the spirit of gold appears at his bedside taking the form of an old dwarf, and talks about the relationship between money and the person who spends it.
  127. On Poverty and Wealth' is a so-called dialogue about money.
  128. On Sanmaya Sabaton.
  129. On Saturday and Sunday of the week of April 12, the anniversary of Shingen's death, an urban festival, Shingen-ko Festival whose key feature is `Koshugundan shutsujin' (departure of the army of Koshu for the front) is held.
  130. On Saturday, Sunday, and holidays, amateur and children's baseball tournaments take place.
  131. On Saturday: Urban and suburban areas of Nishi-maizuru City
  132. On Saturdays and holidays, track No. 1 is used, and on weekdays track No. 2 is used.
  133. On Saturdays and holidays, two-door cars and three-door cars are alternately operated in principle, but during the nighttime the operation is exclusively undertaken with three-door cars.
  134. On Saturdays near June 7 (in old calendar)
  135. On Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays, Maizuru Sightseeing Excursion Buses operate across a variety of sight seeing points (An operation support fee of \100 is charged).
  136. On Seika's advice, Ieyasu kept Razan close at hand from that point onwards.
  137. On September 1
  138. On September 1 of the same year, Mizoguchi moved to Nikkatsu's Taishogun Studio due to the Great Kanto Earthquake, and made fine films such as 'Toge no uta' (The Song of the Mountain Pass) and 'Daichi wa hohoemu' (The Earth Smiles).
  139. On September 1, 1551 (October 10, 1551 in the modern calendar), he was involved in the Revolt of Daineiji in Suo Province and was killed.
  140. On September 1, 1872 Yokohama Gas Company was established in the former site of the Iseyamashita Coal Storehouse, Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture (around the present Honcho Elementary School in Hanasaki Town, Naka Ward, Yokohama City).
  141. On September 1, 1923, Tokyo was destroyed completely by the Great Kanto Earthquake and Gentosha was dissolved.
  142. On September 1, 1933
  143. On September 1, 1944, the graduates' flying training program was frozen.
  144. On September 1, 1950: The station became a station at which super express trains would stop.
  145. On September 1, 1955, Kita Ward was divided from Kamigyo Ward to be established as a ward.
  146. On September 1, 1956, Daifuku and Kaguyama Villages of Shiki County were incorporated into Sakurai Town, which became Sakurai City according to the enforcement of municipal organization.
  147. On September 1, 1962
  148. On September 1, 2007, the commemorative ICOCA for the inauguration of ICOCA service in the Okayama and Hiroshima areas (30,000 copies) went on sale.
  149. On September 1, 967, he became the crown prince at the age of nine instead of his older brother, Imperial Prince Tamehira.
  150. On September 1, Satsu-gun broke through to Kagoshima and occupied Shiroyama (Kagoshima City).
  151. On September 1, family members of the Taira clan were dismissed altogether, but Goshirakawa postponed dismissal of Tokitada in order to negotiate for return of Antoku to Kyoto and the return of sacred treasures.
  152. On September 1, he arrived in Ouchi and held a meeting for the attack on Aizu-Wakamatsu and thought out a strategy for the attack on Tochihara.
  153. On September 1, he was additionally appointed Togu-gon no suke.
  154. On September 1, he was allowed to attend meetings held at the Imperial Prince's palace.
  155. On September 1, he was appointed as Sahyoe no shojo (Third-ranked Assistant Officer of Sahyoe-fu, the Left Division of Middle Palace Guards).
  156. On September 1, he was promoted to Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank), and retained his position as Gon no dainagon.
  157. On September 1, in recognition of his achievements in the year of Jinshin, the emperor gave Maro the rank of Daishi and special salary, and the empress (later Empress Jito) gave him gifts as well.
  158. On September 1, removing some 200 Taira clan and cabal from the office ("Hyakuren sho" [History book for the Kamakura period], entry of September 1, "Gyokuyo" [Diary of FUJIWARA no Kanezane], entry of September 4), Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa forcibly conducted Jimon at In dono without an emperor being present.
  159. On September 1, the Satsuma army who succeeded the breakout operation through the siege entered Kagoshima and occupied Shiroyama (Kagoshima City).
  160. On September 1, upon entering Kagoshima, HENMI seized Shigakko by removing the government army of 200 soldiers who had guarded, and the main part of the Totsui-gun forces set up a battle formation with Shiroyama (in Kagoshima City) at the center.
  161. On September 10 (according to the old calendar), Emperor Saga dispatched envoys, and tightened the local government offices and crossing points in Ise, Omi and Mino provinces.
  162. On September 10 he also filled the position of Tachibanashi choja (chieftain of the Tachibana family) (the example of also filling the position of the Fujiwara clan).
  163. On September 10 of the same year, he allegedly left the group due to an illness.
  164. On September 10, 1680, he was appointed sangi (councilor).
  165. On September 10, 1680, he was promoted to Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) and on 21, given a government post as takumi-no-kami (the head of Bureau of Skilled Artisans), which was the same post as his grandfather Naganao.
  166. On September 10, 729, he died.
  167. On September 10, he discussed with Masaharu IJICHI, Taisuke ITAGAKI, Aritomo YAMAGATA and so on and determined the battle array for attacking the castle.
  168. On September 10, when it was being prepared, there turmoil occurred as they tried to unify the tax law in Koshu, which developed into a riot by farmers (Daishogiri sodo (Daishogiri riot)).
  169. On September 11 (according to the old calendar), Emperor Saga sent a secret messenger to Heijo-kyo and summoned a few high-ranking officials.
  170. On September 11 he died of heart failure.
  171. On September 11, 1008, she gave birth to the second crown prince, Imperial Prince Atsuhira (Emperor Goichijo), in Tsuchimikado dono.
  172. On September 11, 1726, he succeeded to the family headship as a son adopted by Hideyuki ODA on his deathbed, who was the former lord of the domain.
  173. On September 11, 1752, he died at the age of 66.
  174. On September 11, 1894 he died of heart failure from beriberi like Shogun Iemochi at the age of 65.
  175. On September 11, 1912, NAKAGAWA was relieved of his position at his own request, and was instead placed in the position of vice president at the Bank of Taiwan.
  176. On September 11, 1978 he died of stomach cancer at the young age of 52.
  177. On September 11, 956, he was additionally appointed Sho-nagon (Minor Counselor).
  178. On September 11, 959, he was entitled to enter the sanctum of a shrine or temple.
  179. On September 11, 984, Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank)
  180. On September 11, Jimoku was conducted for zuryo (the heads of provincial governors) of more than 30 provinces that the Taira clan occupied.
  181. On September 11, Maki no kata's (Lady Maki) plot to kill Sanetomo, who was at Tokimasa's house was known to Kamakura.
  182. On September 11, Nakamaro, who supported the side of the retired Empress Koken, lead his family out of Heijo-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in current Nara) to Omi Province, his power base.
  183. On September 11, he was assassinated by Iemon MAEDA and Gensai KAWAKAMI.
  184. On September 11, he was promoted to Shonii (Senior Second Rank), retained his position as Gon no dainagon.
  185. On September 11, he was transferred to the 1st Infantry Regiment of Tokyo, and on October 26 returned to Tokyo.
  186. On September 12 (according to the old calendar), the Retired Emperor Heizei went back to Heijo-kyo, shaved his head and became a monk, while Kusuko committed suicide by poisoning herself.
  187. On September 12 (in the old calendar) the managers held a ceremony called 'sekai-sadame' (sphere-setting) to determine the period setting for the following year's kaomise kyogen.
  188. On September 12 (or September 11) 1875 Matsunosuke ONOE was born as a son of a samurai family in Okayama Prefecture in Nakashimada, Kita Ward, Okayama City, Okayama Prefecture.
  189. On September 12 of the same year, while Shinsengumi was on guard, eight retainers of Tosa clan led by Kichigoro FUJISAKI and Sukegoro MIYAGAWA appeared at Sanjo-ohashi Nishizume and moved as if to pull out the noticeboard.
  190. On September 12, 1077, she was mourning for her father, Imperial Prince Atsukata, and was determined to resign after serving for five years
  191. On September 12, 1158, he was proclaimed as Kampaku (chief advisor to the Emperor) and Fujiwarashi choja (chieftain of the Fujiwara family) and retained his position as Udaijin.
  192. On September 12, 1165, the Emperor Nijo passed away.
  193. On September 12, 1236, he moved to the Imperial Palace in Wakamiyaoji.
  194. On September 12, 1271, Nichiren was brought to the execution ground at Tatsunokuchi in Kamakura.
  195. On September 12, 1533, he was further awarded the rank of Daijyodaijin.
  196. On September 12, 1661 he became the second lord of the Mito Domain in Hitachi Province with 280,000 koku.
  197. On September 12, 1676, she died at the age of 37.
  198. On September 12, 686, the Emperor Tenmu passed away and the Imperial family and his vassals started shinobigoto (a speech given to the spirit of the departed about his/her merit) to the Emperor on September 30.
  199. On September 12, 703, Jugoinoge (the junior fifth rank, lower grade) TAMI no Imiki Ohi attained the rank of Shogoinojo and was sent an envoy who delivered a memorial gift.
  200. On September 12, Tokimasa was driven away to Shuzenji Temple in the Izu Province, and Yoshitoki succeeded the position of regent.
  201. On September 12, eventually Masako and Yoshitoki worked together to get rid of Tokimasa from the post of regent, and forced him and Maki no kata to enter the priesthood.
  202. On September 12, he moved to the Osaka residence of Masazumi ISHIDA, an elder brother of Mitsunari, and moved to Nishino-maru (the west compound of Osaka-jo Castle) on September 28, and continued doing his governmental jobs in Osaka.
  203. On September 12, he was raised to major and appointed chief of battalion of the 29th Reserve Infantry Regiment, and he went to the front again; on October 5, he went through Dalian (in present China) and joined the troop stationed around Liaoyang.
  204. On September 13 in the same year, the Rites of an Imperial Funeral were held at Rikugun (the Army) Enshu in Aoyama, Tokyo (current Jingu Gaien (the Outer Gardens of the Meiji Shrine)).
  205. On September 13 of the same year, he had an audience with Shogun Yoshimune TOKUGAWA.
  206. On September 13, 1321, Uemon no suke (Assistant Captain of the Right Gate Guards) concurrently.
  207. On September 13, 1366, shogun Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA suddenly gathered his troops at the bakufu located at Sanjo bomon on the pretext of Takatsune SHIBA's conspiracy.
  208. On September 13, 1847, he was awarded the rank of Nihon (Second Order for an Imperial Prince) and assigned the position of Nakatsukasa-kyo (Minister of the Ministry of Central Affairs).
  209. On September 13, 1871, the government organization was revised.
  210. On September 13, 1878, he was formally appointed as the first Chief Justice of Daishin-in.
  211. On September 13, 1913, he completed "The Last Testament of Okitsu Yagoemon" (first draft), having been inspired five days previously by Maresuke NOGI's death following his master to the grave.
  212. On September 13, 962, Uhyoe no Gon no suke (provisional assistant captain of the Right Division of Middle Palace Guards)
  213. On September 13, he was promoted to Junii (Junior Second Rank).
  214. On September 13, he was shifted to Gon Dainagon (provisional major counselor); retained his position as Sakonoe no daisho.
  215. On September 13, his position was changed to Gon Dainagon.
  216. On September 13, the major army in the Settsu Province made an advance and Mochitsune HOSOKAWA and Sadamura AKAMATSU attacked from land route and Mochichika Hosokawa attacked the Noriyasu's camp at Shioya (present-day Kobe City) from sea route.
  217. On September 13, when the edict of imperial visit from Yamato Province was given out, he stated that he would obey the orders of the vanguard for the principle of excluding foreigners, and left Kyo, and together with YOSHIMURA he attacked the magistrate's office in Yamato Gojo, and raised an army (Tenchu-gumi incident).
  218. On September 14 (July 25 under the old lunar calendar), Yoritomo added Hideyoshi SATAKE to his army, as well as praying at Utsunomiya Futaarayama-jinja Shrine for a victory.
  219. On September 14 of the same year, a total of 35,220 koku was given to those who achieved meritorious services in the Battle of Hakodate and 85,500 koku of limited period premium for three years (28,500 koku per year) was given to nine people and nine battle ships.
  220. On September 14, 1186, according to Azumakagami (The chronology of the Kamakura bakufu [Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun]), MINAMOTO no Yoritomo appointed TAIRA no Yasuyori as hoshi of Oe no ho, a shogunal demesne in the Province of Awa.
  221. On September 14, 1573, Nobunaga invaded Omi Province leading a large force of 30,000 soldiers.
  222. On September 14, 1610, he was changed to the lord of Ise-Kameyama Domein, added up to 50 thousand koku.
  223. On September 14, 1858, the Emperor took an extraordinary action of giving a chokusho (official document issued by Emperor) directly to the Mito Domain (for details, refer to the section 'Bogo no micchoku' [a secret imperial decree]).
  224. On September 14, 694, the Empress Jito encouraged 108 people to enter the Buddhist priesthood, praying for the Imperial Princess Asuka's recovery from her illness.
  225. On September 14, 732 or August 17 on the old calendar, Hironari was assigned to Kento-shi (Japanese envoy to Tang Dynasty China).
  226. On September 14, he was transferred to Sakone gon no chujo (Provisional Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  227. On September 14, promoted to Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) and retained his position as Ukonoe no Gon no Shosho.
  228. On September 15 of the same year, he was appointed as okuishi again.
  229. On September 15, 1170: concurrently holds the role of Kogogu daibu (Master of the Empress's Household) (Goshirakawa's Empress FUJIWARA no Kinshi).
  230. On September 15, 1180 Yoritomo raised an army in Izu Province.
  231. On September 15, 1180, MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, his elder brother by a different mother, raised an army in Izu Province.
  232. On September 15, 1615 after the Battle of Osaka, Nobukatsu was given fiefs located in Uda County in Yamato Province, Kanra County in Kozuke Province, and other places yielding a total of 50 thousand koku of rice, and thereafter returned to his position as a daimyo.
  233. On September 15, 1900, Hirobumi ITO organized it as his ruling party since he became aware of the collapse of the doctrine of superiority and the necessity of party government.
  234. On September 15, 1910, with the attend of Kenjiro YAMAKAWA, the former president of Tokyo Imperial University and an authority of physics, a toshi experiment was conducted.
  235. On September 15, 1930, it became a station of Keihan Electric Railway as a result of amalgamation.
  236. On September 15, 1944, a part of the first half of the 15th group of the Ko-type of the preparatory pilot training course was enrolled.
  237. On September 15, 1953, it received permission from the Ministry of Education to establish a foundation.
  238. On September 15, 2006, the 'Tenma Tenjin Hanjotei' theater opened beside the Osaka Tenman-gu Shrine, the first yose in half a century to do so.
  239. On September 15, Mantokumaru YAKUSHIJI, the son of Motokazu YAKUSHIJI (who had been overthrown by his brother Nagatada YAKUSHIJI), captured Ibaraki-jo Castle, the residence of Nagatada.
  240. On September 15, he retained his position as Ukone no daisho.
  241. On September 15, he was also appointed Kunaikyo.
  242. On September 15, he was appointed to Ukonoe no chujo (Middle Captain of the Right Palace Guards).
  243. On September 15, he was posthumously awarded the rank of Shoichii and the post of Dajodaijin.
  244. On September 15, the Japanese army started to attack them.
  245. On September 1570, Nobunaga left for the front in order to fight Miyoshi sanninshu who raised an army in Settsu Province, but he faced an uphill battle partly because of the reinforcements of the Ishiyama Hongan-ji Temple (the Battle of Noda-jo Castle and Fukushima-jo Castle).
  246. On September 1571, Nobunaga set fire to Enryaku-ji Temple on Mt. Hiei which continued to resist after several evacuations or neutrality advisories (the fire attack against Mt. Hiei).
  247. On September 16
  248. On September 16 (September 18, according to another account), Serizawa, Hirayama and Jusuke HIRAMA (Serizawa's disciple who held the office of assistant deputy leader) attended a party at Sumiya in Shimabara, and came back to the residence of the Yagi Family, where they quartered.
  249. On September 16 (or September 17), the day after the final battle, he was attacked by Kagetomo YAMAOKA, Moritaka KUKI, and others, and surrendered the castle to them by YAMAOKA's persuasion.
  250. On September 16 (some sources claim it was the 18th), Shinsengumi (they had chosen the new name in August) held a party at a geisha house in Shimabara though SERIZAWA, Goro HIRAYAMA, HIRAMA, and HIJIKATA left early and went to their quarters at the Yagi family house.
  251. On September 16, 1324, Settsu gonno kami (Senior Provincial Governor of Settsu) concurrently.
  252. On September 16, 1459, in the battle in Wada no Sho, Asuwa County, Takakage led the deputy military governor's side to victory and strengthened his position by defeating and killing Toshizane HORIE and Yukikage ASAKURA (uncle and father-in-law of Takakage) on the military governor's side.
  253. On September 16, 693, Empress Jito gave KAYA no Imiki Konoma the rank of Jikikosan and haburimono (gift given at funeral).
  254. On September 16, 702, Shosanmi ISONOKAMI no Ason Maro was promoted to Daizainosochi (Governor-General of the Dazai-fu offices).
  255. On September 16, 782, a fortune teller was instrumental in the decision for Imperial Princess Asahara to become Saio when she was just four years old.
  256. On September 16, he also assumed the position of Sakyo no Daibu (Master of the Eastern Capital Offices).
  257. On September 16, he came to Kyoto again and tried to raise an army with other men of noble ideals, but the investigations of the Hori (officers who capture criminals) was very strict, so they left Osaka in September 24, and returned to Kagoshima on October 6, via Simonoseki.
  258. On September 16, he was admitted to the court.
  259. On September 16, he was transferred to the post of Palace staff.
  260. On September 16, taking the matter seriously, MINAMOTO no Yoritomo ordered MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune to find TAIRA no Nobukane, who was the dominant figure of the Taira clan.
  261. On September 16, the councilors who recommended NAKAGAWA insisted to vote and he was finally elected in an anonymous vote.
  262. On September 17 of that year, he invaded Kyoto and caught Sumiyuki HOSOKAWA and his supporters.
  263. On September 17 of the following year of 1938, he died from disease contracted at the front at a hospital in Kaifeng, Henan Province, China.
  264. On September 17, 1438, they requested the Emperor Gohanazono in strict secrecy to issue Jibatsu Rinji (imperial order to punish enemies) targeting at Tonomine in order to start an all-out assault, which finally ended the war that had lasted for 11 years with the death of Koremichi OCHI in April 1439.
  265. On September 17, 1507, Motoharu YASUTOMI, the eldest son of Motoie and successor as the deputy of provincial constable, also died in the battle caused by a conflict within the Hosokawa clan (according to Nobutane-kyo-ki (the diary of Nobutane NAKANOMIKADO)).
  266. On September 17, 1668, he died in Zeze.
  267. On September 17, 1761, he was adopted by Sukemasa MATSUDAIRA, the first lord of the Miyazu Domain, succeeded to the family head, and became the second lord of the Domain due to Sukemasa's retirement on December 22.
  268. On September 17, 1786, he died.
  269. On September 17, 2006, three volumes analyzing military strategy as far back as Joseon-era Korea were published by a research group that compiles Korean military annals, one of which (a "compilation of Joseon-era military strategy") exmines the Oei Invasion.
  270. On September 17, 713, he died at the official rank of Zogukyo, Jushiinoge.
  271. On September 17, Yukinaga MIYOSHI, who had escaped to Koga-gun, Omi Province where he won the support of the local lords, rushed back to the capital; together with the Takakuni forces, Yukinaga captured Yushoken in one stroke, causing Sumiyuki HOSOKAWA to commit suicide since it was the last of his strongholds.
  272. On September 17, he became a priest.
  273. On September 17, he was appointed to the post of Sangi (councilor).
  274. On September 17: Izuminokami Guard
  275. On September 18 in 1205, he defeated Tomomasa HIRAGA who was in Kyoto during the Makishi Incident.
  276. On September 18 in 1863, Tamesaburo and his younger brother went to a bed room which was located on the left side of the entrance after sunset, they saw an unfamiliar woman crouched on the floor.
  277. On September 18 of the same year (old calendar), when SERIZAWA became severely drunk during a party held by the Aizu domain in Sumiya and returned to base, KONDO's faction surprise attacked SERIZAWA in his sleep and killed him.
  278. On September 18), Yoshimasa switched to Ieyasu's side.
  279. On September 18, 1139, Toba in let Tokushi's three month old baby, the eighth Prince, Imperial Prince Narihito become Crown Prince, and after two years, on January 12, 1142, he succeeded the throne after Emperor Sutoku passed the position to him (Emperor Konoe).
  280. On September 18, 1182 Yoritomo had his first son and heir Yoriie.
  281. On September 18, 1182, Yoriie was born as the legitimate son of MINAMOTO no Yoritomo at the residence of Yoshikazu HIKI in Hikigayatsu, Kamakura.
  282. On September 18, 1511, Sumimoto HOSOKAWA advanced into Kyoto, so Shogun Yoshitada fled to Tanba Province and Yoshinobu accompanied Yoshitada, and on the same day, Kira's residence, which was being used as a temporary palace for the shogun, was set on fire and burned down.
  283. On September 18, 1852, he was born.
  284. On September 18, 1864, appointed as Roju.
  285. On September 18, 685, Emperor Tenmu gambled with royal family members and his vassals at Oyasumidono.
  286. On September 18, 701, Emperor Monmu went to Kii Province, and arrived at Muro hot springs on October 8.
  287. On September 18, 937, Yoshikane attacked Ikuha no mimaya, Masakado's territory, raising images of his paternal ancestors including 'Yoshimasa' (Masakado's father) and 'Prince Takamochi,' and defeated Masakado to make him flee this time, attacking and burning Ikuha no mimaya.
  288. On September 18, Ieyasu seized Sawayama-jo Castle, which had been Mitsunari's residence, and advanced to Omi Province.
  289. On September 18, Nobunaga took advantage of a rain storm to attack Fort Otaki, which was a fort of the Asakura family, by himself.
  290. On September 18, Sumimoto had an audience with the shogun and succeeded the head of the family as well as the post of kanrei.
  291. On September 18, transferred to the position of Sakyodaibu (a master of the Office of the Left Side of the Capital)
  292. On September 19 (August 6 under the old lunar calendar), Yoshitsune was appointed to kebiishi (officials with judicial and police powers) by the intention of Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa, but without Yoritomo's unofficial recommendation, which angered Yoritomo and he removed Yoshitsune from the army that was to search for and kill Taira clan.
  293. On September 19, 1160, he was transferred to the office of Sadaijin and retained his position as Kampaku and Fujiwarashi choja.
  294. On September 19, 1433, he died at the age of 62.
  295. On September 19, 1703, they started the logging operation of the first tree.
  296. On September 19, 1722, he died in Tatsuno as if went after Yasukiyo, who died in February of the same year.
  297. On September 19, 1868, she was conferred Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) and five hundreds stipends of shokuroku (a salary for samurais who worked at Japanese feudal governments) and residential area, then on October 11, 1869, she was raised to Junii (Junior Second Rank).
  298. On September 19, Nobukiyo went to Edo together with Chikara OISHI, Kyudayu MASE, etc.
  299. On September 19, he handed over the Kanrei post to his grandson Yoshiaki SHIBA aged 11 to control the shogunate government by the Shiba clan, but died soon on June 18, 1410.
  300. On September 19, the Fort of Mt. Yono was captured, and it became impossible for Yoshikage to cooperate with Nagamasa.
  301. On September 19, the Rokuhara Tandai uncovered the plan before it was executed and samurai who had participated in secret talks such as Yorikane TOKI, Kuninaga TAJIMI, and Shigenori ASUKE, were subdued.
  302. On September 2, 1722, the shogun Yoshimune presented Nagashige a lark that he caught during falconry.
  303. On September 2, 1877, she died in Kansuiro, Tonosawa, Hakone where she stayed to rest up, she was thirty two years old.
  304. On September 2, 686, the Emperor Tenmu passed away.
  305. On September 2, 701, Iwashiro offered tributes to the exploits of departed TAJIHI no Shima on behalf of government official (lower or middle ranked) by order of the Emperor Monmu.
  306. On September 2, 872, he passed away at the age of 69.
  307. On September 2, 999, he was appointed to Kozuke no suke (Assistant Governor of Kozuke Province)
  308. On September 2, Yoshitaka's legitimate son, Yoshitaka OUCHI was also murdered by SUE side.
  309. On September 2, he was promoted to Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank), and retained his position as Ukone no shosho.
  310. On September 2, the cabinet approved changing the official term from 'Hokushi-jihen (Sino-Japanese War)' to 'Shina-jihen (China Incident)', and the theater of operations was expanded.
  311. On September 20 (old lunar calendar) of the same year, Emperor Gokomyo passed away, then Atenomiya (Emperor Reigen) was supposed to ascend the throne, but he was too young to be the Emperor and Imperial Prince Nagahito was enthroned.
  312. On September 20 of the same year, an incident occurred: this Unyo approached Ganghwa Island, which was the stronghold base near the capital Hanseong, and fought for three days insisting that she had been fiired, then on 22nd, she attacked the gun batteries and seized Yeongjong Island.
  313. On September 20, 1019 he retired from Daisojo because of ill and passed away on October 9.
  314. On September 20, 1180, the Miura clan decided to join MINAMOTO no Yoritomo who raised an army to destroy the Taira clan in Izu Province, and Yoshizumi MIURA and more than 500 horse soldiers left their headquarter in the Miura Peninsula to join Yoritomo.
  315. On September 20, 1258, Imperial Prince Munetaka attended the ritual for releasing the living beings at the Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu Shrine.
  316. On September 20, 1716, Satondo remonstrated with Mototsugu MORI, the lord of Tokuyama domain, about the Manyakuyama incident, but was not taken heed, and he was forced to forfeit the family name and was also exiled, so he confined himself in Mitajiri Mukaijima (present-day Hofu City).
  317. On September 20, 1880, after a three-month campaign by the Kamimachi town assembly, the prefectural governor gave in and permitted women's suffrage (of heads of household only), the first such breakthrough in Japan's history.
  318. On September 20, 2008, the largest shopping mall in Shiga Prefecture, 'Pieri Moriyama', was opened on the former site of Biwako Wan Wan Kingdom.
  319. On September 20, 706, the Princess Takata was newly selected by divination as Saio, and the Princess Izumi retired from the post of Saio.
  320. On September 20, 707, he was promoted to Shogoinojo (Senior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) and on April 12, 708, during the reign of Empress Genmei, was appointed to Harima no kuni no kami (the governor of Harima Province).
  321. On September 20, two months later, the track was electrified up to Akashi, and local trains began to run on the Suita-Akashi section instead of gasoline powered trains.
  322. On September 21 at 4 p.m., the Government army carried out an all-out attack, about 40 commanders include Saigo, Kirino, Hisatake KATSURA, Ikeda, Ikegami, Beppu and Jurouta HENMI lined up in front of the cove and attacked Iwasaki-guchi.
  323. On September 21, 1001, he took the post of Kurodo no to and on November 3 of the same year, was granted Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade).
  324. On September 21, 1155 Shigeyori's grandfather Shigetaka CHICHIBU was killed by MINAMOTO no Yoshihira, along with MINAMOTO no Yoshitaka.
  325. On September 21, 1184, MINAMOTO no Noriyori left for Kyoto in order to pursue the Taira clan, and Tomomasa left Kamakura by an order to join Noriyori.
  326. On September 21, 1741, he celebrated his coming of age (Genpuku) and announced his name Ieharu.
  327. On September 21, 1867 (based on the old calendar), the second year of the reign of Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA, junkenshi itself was terminated on grounds of confusion within the country and fiscal decline in feudal domains.
  328. On September 21, 1927, the first fashion show in Japan was held at then Mitsukoshi Ginza Store.
  329. On September 21, 737 or August 19 on the old calendar, he was assigned to Sangi (councilor).
  330. On September 21, FUJIWARA no Oshima ranked Jikidaishi (the fifteenth grade of jikiodai rank for vassals of the forty-eight grades of cap rank), the same rank as KIFUMI no Otomo, brought high priests up in Asuka-ji temple and gave a set of Kesa (Buddhist stole) to a priest.
  331. On September 21, Yoshikage came back to Ichijodani.
  332. On September 21, both forces fought in Uenohara (in Ueno, Nagano City, Nagano Prefecture), but with neither side being able to win decisively, the combat lines became deadlocked.
  333. On September 21, he captured Mitsunari who had fled from the fighting field and executed him at Rokujo-gawara on October 1.
  334. On September 21, he was given the title of baron for his achievement in the Sino-Japanese War and the Russo-Japanese War.
  335. On September 21, he was promoted to Juichii (Junior First Rank).
  336. On September 21, he was promoted to Shosanmi while serving as Chu-nagon and Sa-konoe-chujo.
  337. On September 21, she gave birth to a baby boy.
  338. On September 21, they gave in to the New Government, and on September 24, together with his father Michitane, he shut themselves into Chosho-ji Temple on their best behavior.
  339. On September 22, 1186, from the letter he had sent to his ex-girlfriend who got married to another man, his place was located by Arisue KASUYA, a gokenin in Kamakura, who leaked the information, and he was attacked in the Nakamikado-Higashinotoin where he was hiding.
  340. On September 22, 1650, he was born in the Edo-Mukoyanagihara residence.
  341. On September 22, 1741, he died at the age of 31.
  342. On September 22, 1765 he assigned his leadership of the domain to Takahisa KYOGOKU (his adopted heir) and retired; passing away in Edo on August 5, 1769.
  343. On September 22, 842, he was transferred to Okurakyo.
  344. On September 22, Koremori left Fukuhara to lead the army as an envoy to search out and kill Yoritomo, and Tadakiyo accompanied him as a samurai daisho (warrior who gave orders at battles).
  345. On September 22, Mitsunari was escorted to Otsu Castle to be kept on public display, after which he was brought before Ieyasu.
  346. On September 22, SAIGO notified the members of his forces of his intention of being ready for death, issuing 'An appeal of being ready for dying at Shiroyama'.
  347. On September 22, Yoshikage followed Kageakira's advice to abandon Ichijodani, and he escaped to Toun-ji Temple.
  348. On September 22, he was promoted to Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) while still serving as Jiju.
  349. On September 22, on the ceremony of the evacuation of the castle after the surrender of the Aziza clan, he played a role to receive the castle representing the Imperial army.
  350. On September 22, the court found TOMO no Yoshio and others guilty of the arson of the Otenmon gate, and their punishment was banishment, rather than the death penalty or that of a first degree crime.
  351. On September 23 of the same year, Michinaga arranged to grant the honorary title of Ko-Ichijo-in Daijo tenno (the Retired Emperor) to Atsuakira, which meant he was treated as so-called Jun Daijo tenno (quasi Retired Emperor), and he took FUJIWARA no Kanshi (her mother was MINAMOTO no Akiko), the daughter of Michinaga as his wife.
  352. On September 23, 1011, he celebrated his coming of age by appointing FUJIWARA no Sanesue as the kakan no yaku (the role of placing a crown on the head of the boy when he becomes an adult) and became the Shihon Imperial Prince (fourth-ranked Imperial Prince) in line with the enthronement of Emperor Sanjo.
  353. On September 23, 1202, eight years after their engagement, the daughter (Yabe Zenni) of Yoshimura, who was the legitimate son of Yoshizumi, was married to Yasutoki and had her first son the following year.
  354. On September 23, 1205 (in some theories, on September 18), Tomomasa was killed in Heian-Kyo (present Kyoto City) by Michimoto YAMAUCHISUDO (Tsunetoshi's son) under an order from Yoshitoki HOJO, who at that time, had already gripped the real power of the bakufu.
  355. On September 23, 1511, he entered the priesthood.
  356. On September 23, 1674, he passed away from worsening of the tumor, which was his chronic disease, and his son, Masatsune KOBORI, succeeded to him.
  357. On September 23, 1737, Emperor Sakuramachi, who had begun ruling directly after losing his father, the Retired Emperor Nakamikado, appointed Kaneyoshi, who was Sadaijin at that time, to be Kanpaku.
  358. On September 23, 1871, the government issued Sanpatsu-datto-rei which allowed shizoku (family or person with samurai ancestors) to choose whether to carry a sword or not.
  359. On September 23, 1881, Mitsuosa passed away in Kyoto, and was buried in Hoto-ji Temple in Kii County, Fukakusa-mura (the present Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City).
  360. On September 23, 832, the first Manto Mange E (a Buddhist mass) in Mt. Koya was held.
  361. On September 23, 929, he also assumed the position of Monjo Hakase (professor of literature).
  362. On September 23, Nobukane's three sons, TAIRA no Kanehira, TAIRA no Nobuhira and TAIRA no Kanetoki, were summoned to Yoshitsune's residence in Kyoto and were put to the sword or forced to commit suicide.
  363. On September 23, he checked the city planning map of Fukuhara with Tadachika, who was his son-in-law, and exchanged views on fixtures of the residence on November 4 (Article for the same day in "Sankaiki").
  364. On September 23, he requested reinforcement for Heisen-ji Temple.
  365. On September 23, he was allowed to be a tenjobito (a high-ranking courtier allowed into the Imperial Palace).
  366. On September 23, the Japanese army advanced into northern French Indochina.
  367. On September 24, 1132 when the retired Emperor visited Uji to inspect kyozo (sutra repository) of Byodoin Temple, FUJIWARA no Tadazane exceptionally permitted Ienari to enter kyozo in violation of the policy prohibiting the entry of outsiders. ("Zoku kojidan")
  368. On September 24, 1154, Tokitada attended a Buddhist religious service for new building for temple and enshrinement of Buddhist image held by Cloistered Emperor Toba, together with Kiyomori, as inshi (officials of Imperial Agency) ("Heihanki").
  369. On September 24, 1180 Shigeyori complied with a request made by Shigetada HATAKEYAMA who was of the Chichibu clan and who took the side of the Ise-Heishi (Taira clan).
  370. On September 24, 1330, he was moved to Gon no chunagon (provisional middle councilor).
  371. On September 24, 1555, Emperor Gonara ordered the shrine to change its Shinto ritual from September to October, and also had Atsumitsu YANAGIWARA pray for revival of the Imperial Family.
  372. On September 24, 1581, Nobunaga executed hundreds of Koya hijiri at Azuchi.
  373. On September 24, 1581, hundreds of priests of Kongobuji Temple on Mt. Koya were slaughtered for having given shelter to Murashige's vassal and killing Nobunaga's vassal, who had been searching for him.
  374. On September 24, 1684, he submitted a testimony written with his younger brother Nagahiro ASANO to Soko YAMAGA while he was in Edo, however Soko died in Edo the following year.
  375. On September 24, 1871, government organization was revised.
  376. On September 24, 713, he was appointed to the post in Chikugo Province in addition to the post in Higo Province he assumed (the date of the appointment to those posts is unknown).
  377. On September 24, 986, he took the posts of chamberlain and on November 30 of the same year, Sahyoe no suke (Assistant Captain of the Left Division of Middle Palace Guards).
  378. On September 24, they opened fire at the Nakatomi-gawa River (Chosokabe force 23000, Sogo force 6000).
  379. On September 24, when the Government army launched a full-scale attack on Shiroyama, about 40 soldiers including Takamori SAIGO, Toshiaki KIRINO, Hisatake KATSURA, Shinpachi MURATA, Shiro IKENOUE, Shinsuke BEPPU, and Jurota HENMI, lined up in front of a cave and marched into Iwasaki-guchi.
  380. On September 24, when the government forces made a full-scale attack on Shiroyama, around 40 persons including Takamori SAIGO, Kirino, Hisatake KATSURA, Shinpachi MURATA, Shiro IKEGAMI, Shinsuke BEPPU, and Jurota HENMI lined up in front of the cave and marched to Iwasakiguchi.
  381. On September 25 of that year, the Imperial decree of Yamato gyoko (Imperial Trip to the Yamato Province) of the Emperor Komei was declared.
  382. On September 25, 1114, he became a monk and died the same day.
  383. On September 25, 1185, the containers where Buddha's ashes or their alternatives, such as Buddhist scriptures and jewelry, were placed were put into the body of the Great Buddha.
  384. On September 25, 1244, Yoritsune took the shogun Yoritsugu to attend the ritual for releasing living beings at Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu Shrine.
  385. On September 25, 1457, he became a priest.
  386. On September 25, 1467, Katsumoto HOSOKAWA laid siege to the Shogun's palace and checked people coming in and out of the palace, saying some busho in Hokoshu (Shogun's direct controlled army) took the side of the western camp in the war.
  387. On September 25, 1533 Motonari was granted the rank of the Junior Fifth, Lower Grade.
  388. On September 25, 1808, he was retired by ceding the family head position to his younger brother and adopted child Muneakira MATSUDAIRA.
  389. On September 25, 1999, Nishi-Maizuru station was constructed on the bridge across the line.
  390. On September 25, 2005, Ano became a part of Gojo City as the result of a municipal merger.
  391. On September 25, 2005, Nishi Yoshino Village and Oto Village in Yoshino County (Nara Prefecture) were incorporated into it.
  392. On September 25, Emperor Komei visited the Imperial mausoleum of Emperor Jinmu to pray and issued Imperial Rescript for the punitive expedition of the Emperor (Imperial Trip to the Yamato Province).
  393. On September 25, Masamune ordered Tsunamoto MONIWA to capture the Yuhara-jo Castle located in the domain of Uesugi.
  394. On September 25, Prince Oama made Prince Takechi punish the Omi retainers.
  395. On September 25, Tokugawa's army was close to Ueno-jo Castle and proceeded to Ninomaru (second bailey), but met a counter attack and was beaten back.
  396. On September 25th, Mochitoyo's troops arrived at Sakamoto-jo Castle and joined the major army of Mochitsune and besieged the castle.
  397. On September 26 of the same year, he received Shonii (Senior Second Rank).
  398. On September 26, 1186 the Kawagoe family was apparently in the state of confusion as they were ordered by Yoritomo to pay unpaid annual tribute.
  399. On September 26, 1573, her father Nagamasa had a conflict with Nobunaga ODA, his wife Ichi's elder brother, and Odani-jo Castle was captured by Nobunaga.
  400. On September 26, 1898, he was stricken with a cerebral hemorrhage and recovered.
  401. On September 26, 999, when Chugu (the Empress) of Emperor Ichijo, FUJIWARA no Teishi/ Sadako withdrew from the Imperial Palace, as she was pregnant with Imperial Prince Atsuyasu, she chose Narimasa's residence to give birth.
  402. On September 26, Tamemune's troops decapitated the heads of 18 enemies including Motoharu SATO, and gibbeted at Kyogaoka of Mt. Atsukashi after winning the Battle of Ishinazakahe to capture the foremost outpost fortress of the Oshu side situated in Shinobu County.
  403. On September 26, however, furniture and household goods belonging to Aki and her children were carried out and their separation was reported.
  404. On September 27, 1165, he resigned form his government posts and became a priest.
  405. On September 27, 1315, he was awarded the rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  406. On September 27, 1467, Yoshimi suddenly ran away from the Eastern camp and took refuge with Noritomo KITABATAKE of Ise Province.
  407. On September 27, 1905, he died at the age of 57.
  408. On September 27, 1925, the company opened the Eizan Main Line, Eizan Electric Railway by utilizing their knowhow in the business.
  409. On September 27, 1997, in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Mystery Writers of Japan, Inc., a bunshi-geki "The Nijjumenso We Loved" was put on the stage with Kenzo KITAKAWA as a chief director, Masaki TSUJI as a scenario writer and forty-two members as actors and actresses.
  410. On September 27, 686, a number of government officials delivered shinobigoto (eulogies) in the garden of mogari (funeral) where Emperor Tenmu, who passed on the 9th of the same month was laid to rest.
  411. On September 27, 769, Onie was appointed to Nakatsukasa no taifu (Senior Assistant Minister of the Ministry of Central Affairs).
  412. On September 27, 854, he added his job of Togu no daibu (Master of the Crown Prince's Quarters) of Imperial Prince Korehito (latter day Emperor Seiwa).
  413. On September 27, he was allowed honza (the same position as the previous status).
  414. On September 27, he was awarded the rank of Jusani (Junior Third Rank), retaining his post as Regent and Kunaikyo.
  415. On September 27, the Tripartite Pact between Japan, Germany and Italy was signed.
  416. On September 27: autumn major festival (the anniversary of Emperor Godaigo's death)
  417. On September 28 he was appointed as Uma no Kami (Captain of the Right Division of the Bureau of Horses)
  418. On September 28, 1336, when Yoshimoto was 17 years old, the Retired Emperor Kogen and his younger brother, Imperial Prince Yutahito, who were of the Jimyoin Line, entered Oshikoji Krasumadono residence, with a maneuvering of Takauji ASHIKAGA, who caused the Kenmu administration to collapse.
  419. On September 28, 1846, Takakuni was born as the second son of Naganori TODO, the feudal lord of the Iga Nabari domain (15,000 koku).
  420. On September 28, 1869, his disciplinary confinement was lifted.
  421. On September 28, 686, Jikikosan OTOMO no Sukune Yasumaro killed Okura at Emperor Tenmu's funeral.
  422. On September 28, Kuniomi who was in Kyoto, was order to serve at the Gakushuin school.
  423. On September 28, he was appointed as Kurodo no to (chief of the palace officer).
  424. On September 28, taking part in the Battle of Atsukashiyama, Tomomasa defeated FUJIWARA no Kunihira.
  425. On September 29 of the same year they were installed along the street running from Oe Bridge (the present National Route 16 Bridge near Sakuragicho Station) to the neighborhood of Bashamichi and Honcho Street in Yokohama City.
  426. On September 29 of the same year, he positioned the spearhead with 2,500 horsemen including Tsunaie DODO, the main retainer and Nagasuke IINUMA, the captain of the great guards, along the Kiso-gawa River in Komeno after having a support army from Mitsunari which was led by Hikoemon KASHIWAGI and Hidariuma KAWASE.
  427. On September 29, 1222, he stepped down from the post of Sangi.
  428. On September 29, 2004, Nippon Yakin Kogyo Co., Ltd. (headquartered in Tokyo) paid a settlement totaling twenty-one million yen, and a reconciliation was partly effected at the Osaka High Court.
  429. On September 29, 963, he was appointed to a sangi.
  430. On September 29, Tenchu-gumi entered Kawachi Hinozan Kanshin-ji Temple.
  431. On September 29, he resigned as Kanpaku but was appointed as Nairan.
  432. On September 29, he was escorted to Kyoto and was placed under the supervision of the Kyoto shoshidai (the local governor of Kyoto), Nobumasa OKUDAIRA.
  433. On September 29, he was promoted to Jushiinojo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade), retained his position as Sakone no shosho.
  434. On September 3 in the same year, he entered into the Imperial Court on the day of the enthronement ceremony of Emperor Ichijo, and he was appointed jiju (chamberlain) and Sahyoe no suke (Assistant Captain of the Left Division of Middle Palace Guards).
  435. On September 3, 1185, MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, Yoshitomo's bereaved child, buried Masakiyo's head and Yoshitomo's cremains in Shochoju-in Temple, Kamakura.
  436. On September 3, 1600, in the Battle of Sekigahara, Toshiie MAEDA of Kaga Kanazawa Domain seemed to make a sortie heading about 20,000 troops from Kanazawa-jo Castle and attack Komatsu-jo Castle, which was the Western Camp, Nagamasa NIWA's stronghold.
  437. On September 3, 1785, Nobuyuki was born as the first son of Tsunetaka MATSUDAIRA, the branch family of the lord of the Kameyama Domain, Tanba Province and Taishin hatamoto (a greater vassal).
  438. On September 3, 1809, he was born in Edo.
  439. On September 3, 1866, he was dismissed from the Roju and was confined to his house.
  440. On September 3, 1868, Emperor Meiji issued 'the imperial edict to rename Edo to Tokyo' and declared that he would administer the affairs of state in Edo and Edo would be renamed Tokyo.
  441. On September 3, 1868, the Meiji Emperor visited Tokyo and issued an imperial edict for renaming Edo as Tokyo.
  442. On September 3, 1924, at last he was released on parole from Abashiri Prison for the reason of his old age of 71.
  443. On September 3, Kokushis (provincial governors) were sent to eastern provinces and the new regime decided to carry out political reforms it aimed at.
  444. On September 3, Shigeko gave birth to Emperor Goshirakawa's seventh Prince (Norihito). ("Sankaiki" (a diary written by Tadachika NAKAYAMA in the Heian period), "Teio Hennenki" (annals presumably established between 1364 to 1380))
  445. On September 3, he celebrated his coming of age and was allowed to wear the Kinjiki (forbidden colors), and conferred Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  446. On September 3, he gathered his comrades in a boat on the Sumida-gawa River to inform them of the decision made in Kyoto.
  447. On September 30 2004, the Maizuru steam ship, which was dealt as a national route with roles as a community road, closed its seventy-year history due to a decline in passengers and deterioration of ships.
  448. On September 30, 1166: promoted to court rank of Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  449. On September 30, 1676, he resigned from Sakone no daisho.
  450. On September 30, 1863 a coup took place to expel the Choshu royalists from Kyoto.
  451. On September 30, 1863, an Imperial Court military coup (Coup of August 18) was forced through in Kyoto in order to depose the Choshu Domain by the Aizu Domain and the Satsuma Domain.
  452. On September 30, 1956, Kaminogo Village of Shiki County was incorporated into Sakurai City.
  453. On September 30, 1964, however, Toei separated financially from Tokyu Corporation and became independent.
  454. On September 30, Araki assumed bakufu metsuke.
  455. On September 30, Tenchu-gumi displayed the severed head of Gennai SUZUKI and declared that as the Imperial demesne the land tax of Gojo City for that year would be reduced to half of what had been taxed until previous year.
  456. On September 30, Yoritomo ordered Kiyomoto who was the family head of the Toshima clan and favored by the Minamoto clan and his son, Kiyoshige KASAI, to go to Awa Province by sea and also ordered Asatsune who were in Kyoto to present cotton clothes to his wife and daughter.
  457. On September 4 of the same year, Imperial Prince Atsuyasu celebrated his coming of age ceremony, presided over by Michinaga acting, and was appointed as Dazai no sochi (Governor-General of the Dazai-fu, Kyushu branch government) at Sanbon (the third rank of an Imperial prince)
  458. On September 4, 1550 he murdered Motokane INOUE and his family who had lorded over the Mori family.
  459. On September 4, 1698, he received an official appointment as Kanda-basi Bridge goban again.
  460. On September 4, 963, he was concurrently appointed as the Deputy Governor of Mino Province.
  461. On September 4, among Saigo's forces, which had started counterattacking, the Kesshi-tai troop led by KIJIMA made a surprise attack on Yonekura.
  462. On September 4, he was concurrently appointed as the Assistant Director of the Imperial Prince Division (for Imperial Prince Norihira, i.e. later Emperor Reizei).
  463. On September 4, he was posthumously granted the title of Shoichi.
  464. On September 5 (also said as 3rd), he passed away.
  465. On September 5, 1595, the family of Hidetsugu including the women were executed at Sanjogawara; a total of 39 people including the bereaved children (four boys and one girl), a lawful wife, concubines, and waiting women were executed in front of the tumulus where the head of Hidetsugu was laid.
  466. On September 5, 1678, his adoptive father Motomasa died, so Mototsune inherited on January 18, 1679, the Osawa family's territory (in Fuchi County, Totomi Province) whose stipend was 2550 koku.
  467. On September 5, 1862, Hisamitsu arrived in Kyoto, went to the Imperial Court and reported the success of the Shogunate government reformation on 8, then he left Kyoto on October 1 and returned to the domain (arrived at Kagoshima on October 16).
  468. On September 5, another rally took place by the people who called for abrogating the peace treaty in Hibiya Park in Tokyo.
  469. On September 5, he was appointed lieutenant general of the Army and assigned to the Imperial Headquarters; and in October of the same year, he departed for the front of the Russo-Japanese War.
  470. On September 6 (August 4 under the old lunar calendar) Yoritomo ordered Sadatsuna SASAKI to search and kill MINAMOTO no Yukiie, the uncle and who used to follow MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka.
  471. On September 6, 1158, ranked at Jugoinoge (Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade).
  472. On September 6, 1201 he died at the age of 75.
  473. On September 6, 1673, his father Yoshiaki died at the age of 34 and was adopted by his grandfather Yoshitaka OISHI.
  474. On September 6, 1876, the Emperor Meiji issued "Ordinance to order the Imperial Prince Arisugawanomiya Taruhito to draft a national constitution."
  475. On September 6, 2006 a captain of the Tokorozawa Police Station in Saitama Prefecture was reprimanded with a pay cut of 10% (for three months) for allowing a suspect to eat a katsudon in the interrogation room. (The captain resigned on the same day.)
  476. On September 6, 810, an edict to destroy Heian-kyo and transfer the capital to Heijo-kyo was issued by Emperor Heizei.
  477. On September 6, 893, he died.
  478. On September 6, Kaidan-in, the Buddhist ordination platform of Todai-ji Temple, was burnt, and the Matsunaga troops encamped on its ruins.
  479. On September 6, he was promoted to army general and at the same time he was transferred to reserve.
  480. On September 7 of the following 1966, the university made a land contract with Kinki Nippon Railway Company, and also purchased land the next year in 1967.
  481. On September 7, 1017, Atsuakira declined to stay as a crown prince.
  482. On September 7, 1193, Moritsuna was appointed to Tonoi (guard) of the Imperial Palace which had been devastated after the death of the Emperor Goshirakawa.
  483. On September 7, 1193, Tsunetaka was ordered to be a Tonoi (guard) of the Imperial Court, which had deteriorated since the death of Emperor Goshirakawa.
  484. On September 7, 1462, he was appointed to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank).
  485. On September 7, 1597, he was appointed as Jiju (Grand Chamberlain).
  486. On September 7, 1620, he was promoted to Junior Second Rank and appointed to supernumerary chief councillor of state.
  487. On September 7, 1821, he was nominated as Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank), and retained his position as Gon Dainagon.
  488. On September 7, 1981, twice the standard level of copper and three times the value of the agreement level of copper was detected from wastewater discharged from the Nakasai water treatment plant in Ashio-machi.
  489. On September 7, Ieyasu entered Osaka and stayed in the Osaka residence of Mitsunari.
  490. On September 7, he visited Atsuta-jingu Shrine, and on September 10, he arrived at Kyoto.
  491. On September 7th of the same year, Yoshinaka also raised an army in response to the order (Battle of Ichihara).
  492. On September 7th, Uzuhiko Shimazu, who was the third son of Hisamitsu, arrived in Osaka with about one thousand soldiers.
  493. On September 8 when Sangun Aritomo YAMAGATA, Lieutenant General of the government army, arrived in Kagoshima, the army compiled a plan of "The first priority should be given to siege, defense and guard, and the second priority to attack" so as to avoid the failure at Mt. Eno.
  494. On September 8, 10,000 soldiers led by Ujitada and Ujikatsu advanced to the Gunnai district in eastern Kai, in order to attack Ieyasu from behind.
  495. On September 8, 1189, Yoritomo led troops from Kamakura to defeat FUJIWARA no Yasuhira in Oshu, and Tomomasa followed Yoritomo.
  496. On September 8, 1832, he made an courtesy visited to Tameyori SANYO prior to the departure toward Tsu in Ise Province, but he did not know that Sanyo was on his deathbed.
  497. On September 8, 1917, the 50th Ceremony for Boshin War martyrs was held in Morioka.
  498. On September 8, 786 or August 8 on the old calendar, Kazuragi, together with a member of hangan (judge, magistrate), a member of sakan, was dispatched to Tokaido region to review the prepared army and to check arms for conquest of ezo.
  499. On September 8, 936, he served concurrently as Iyo no suke (assistant governor of Iyo Province).
  500. On September 8, B.C. 92, Omononushi-no-mikoto appeared in the dream of a subject and said 'if Otataneko-no-mikoto is assigned as the chief priest enshrining Omononushi-no-mikoto, and Ichishi no nagaochi as the chief priest enshrining Yamatonookuni tamanokami, the world will be at peace.'
  501. On September 8, Ogai arrived at Yokohama Port and returned to Tokyo in the afternoon.
  502. On September 8, he was appointed as Jiju (chamberlain).
  503. On September 8th, the Imperial Court proclaimed the new era name, "Meiji."
  504. On September 9 in the same year, Prince Takechi, together with Prince Kusakabe and Prince Otsu, was given an additional compensation of 400 households.
  505. On September 9, 1243, working days for Yasutsuna as attendant was decided as the middle ten days of a month.
  506. On September 9, 1272, Kitsushi passed away at the age of twenty eight.
  507. On September 9, 1349, he was appointed to Kamakura kubo.
  508. On September 9, 1584, he died.
  509. On September 9, 1615, the law was promulgated over the joint signature of the three persons of the retired shogun Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, the second shogun Hidetada TOKUGAWA, and the former chief adviser to the emperor Akizane NIJO.
  510. On September 9, 1699, he died.
  511. On September 9, 1866, Yoshinobu resigned the post of Sotoku and inherited the head of the TOKUGAWA family.
  512. On September 9, 1896, HIRASE "witnessed sperm dashing out of the pollen tube and moving around vigorously, " and published a paper titled "Spermatozoids of ginkgo " in October.
  513. On September 9, 1904, he was born as the third son of the Higashibojo family in Azabu, Tokyo.
  514. On September 9, 1908, he was awarded the rank of Junii (Junior Second Rank).
  515. On September 9, 1908, he was granted Shoichii (Senior First Rank).
  516. On September 9, 2007, he appeared on the TV program, "Tamori Club" ('It must have been eye-poppig for Ieyasu TOKUGAWA! Life of ordinary people was full of sexual energy! Edo people's bedroom rules').
  517. On September 9, Yoshinaka insisted that Hokuriku no miya, whom Yoshinaka had supported, be installed as Emperor, bringing on the wrath of Goshirakawa (see the entry for the same day in the "Gyokuyo").
  518. On September 9, he visited the castle and expressed his congratulations to Hideyori TOYOTOMI on Chrysanthemum Festival.
  519. On September 9th, Saigo asked permission to postpone raising an army, because Goto came to visit and submitted a Petition to transfer the power back to the Emperor, which was based on Ryoma SAKAMOTO's idea, and though he was denied permission, he later received.
  520. On September, 696, the Empress Jito awarded 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) to WAKASAKURABE no Iose.
  521. On September, as FUJIWARA no Takasue resigned from Chugu daibu (Master of the Consort's Household because of his daughter's death, Tokitada was promoted to daibu on September 16.
  522. On September, he began to build a vihara in Osaka.
  523. On September 16, 1330, he was appointed to Tenyaku no kami (the head of Tenyaku ryo, the Bureau of Medicine) (according to the "Appointment of Tenyaku no kami").
  524. On Shoin's 'Shimoda tokai' (attempt to stow away on Perry's ship) he volunteered to help him.
  525. On State funeral of the deceased Marshal Army General, the Supreme Order third, Imperial Prince Akihito (Imperial Edict No. 16 in 1903)
  526. On State funeral of the deceased the Supreme Order Prince Li (Imperial Edict No. 9 in 1919)
  527. On Sunday, the festival will have many night stalls set up at Maejima wharf and on its opposite shore.
  528. On Sunday: Urban and suburban areas of Higashi-maizuru City, Maejima wharf and Shioji Plaza park
  529. On TV, "Oretachi Hyokin Zoku" (a comedy program) and Tonneruzu (a Japanese comedian duo) are some typical examples.
  530. On Takauji's wish, he served as Shugoshoku (Provincial Constable) of Shimotsuke Province, Kazusa Province and Echigo Province and built a solid dominant position in the Northern Kanto region.
  531. On Tori no hi in November, Washi Myoken Daibosatsu was unveiled, and Tori no ichi began to be held on a grand scale.
  532. On Tsunamura's orders, Dokan the third received instruction from Shigenobu (Tensho) MATSURA and Sogen FUJIBAYASHI, who were Sekishu's best students.
  533. On Tsunamura's orders, he entered the Sekishu-ryu School and, after receiving instruction in the secret art, he returned to Sendai.
  534. On Yoshiteru's orders he was adopted as a son of Terutsune HOSOKAWA, a member of the Oshu family, but as an adopted son he was not part of the family line and later cooperated with Fujitaka, his actual father, and inherited the fiefdom.
  535. On Zushi Beach in Zushi City, Kanagawa Prefecture, yabusame is performed in November.
  536. On a 2-axle Sanyo Railway train that left Himeji Station on December 8, a geisha on the 3rd grade car (16 years old) found herself alone with a man who was around 30 years old.
  537. On a Buddhist alter, a gilt bronze statue of the Buddha with shining golden halo is placed and the ornaments such as ranma (a wooden panel used as a decorative transom above paper-covered sliding doors) are gorgeously and brightly decorated, and as a result, the total space suggests gokuraku jodo (the Pure Land of Amida Buddha).
  538. On a Kabuki stage, a player who kilts hems of kimono to make a proud gesture is presenting himself as an adult by showing his pubic region and buttocks covered by a fundoshi loincloth.
  539. On a bus running on a multi-section route, a display of 'numbered ticket-using bus' is made in front of the bus.
  540. On a clear day, the beautiful greenery of Kasugayama Primeval Forest can be seen between the buildings on both sides of the street.
  541. On a cold windy day Kobei is given money and baby clothes by the wife of Seisaku HAGIHARA, a shihandai (an assistant instructor) of swordplay as she sympathizes with Kobei who has been peddling ink brushes while taking care of his unweaned child.
  542. On a day when strong kosa arrives, the states of allergic diseases, such as hay fever, asthma, and atopy, may become worse.
  543. On a funeral on 21nd, thirteen thousand mourners, including Mankichi AKASHIYA, who was the head of the fire department in Kita Ward (North Ward), Osaka (Osaka City), gathered.
  544. On a gravestone, the word of 'Namu Amidabutsu' (南無阿弥陀仏) or 'Kue-issho' (具会一処) should be written in principle.
  545. On a heavy rainy day, Ieharu saw a Kinju (attendant) sigh looking at the sky.
  546. On a hill facing Sugawara-no-ike pond (also known as Kerumata-ike Pond), it stands surrounded by old Japanese red pine trees and a natural garden called "Bunkaen."
  547. On a large desk, there were wine glasses, knives and forks and some western style paintings were decorated on the wall.
  548. On a letter OKUBO sent to Tomomi IWAKURA on this day, it said 'townspeople are foolish people, so if the Okami (political authorities) instructs them a little clearly, they will follow even if it was a hoax. (the gist)'
  549. On a picture of 'kami-shi' in the "Shichijuichiban Shokunin Uta-awase" (Seventy-one workmen's waka competition) written in 1500, there is a waka written as; 'Although blue thin clouds were drawn on karakami, the moonlight is dazzlingly beautiful underneath. By a kami-shi.'
  550. On a piece of paper that has an outline of the face of a 'plain faced woman' or a 'moon faced woman' drawn on it, different parts of the face (such as the eyes, eyebrows, nose and mouth) are mixed up, and a blindfolded player is then supposed to pin these parts in the correct position on the blank face.
  551. On a related note, Kibun Food Co., Ltd Inc was the first company to make bulk production of 'Hanpen' possible, and no other company was selling Hanpen until Kibun Food's patent expired.
  552. On a related note, in the era of Kiyomori, Hoju-ji Temple where Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa lived existed just on the south side of Rokuhara yakata.
  553. On a related topic, the diary that Michinaga wrote is now called 'Mido Kampakuki,' but in fact Michinaga took the post of Sessho and never became Kampaku.
  554. On a riding ground that extended 73 meters in each direction, three groups made up of 12 horsemen in each group (a total of 36 riders) and two other riders acting as referees and two other riders acting as marshals chased after and competed to shoot 150 released dogs.
  555. On a rise behind the station lies the second field of Kyoto Sangyo University.
  556. On a sheet of paper, twenty-nine lines of characters are written, with twenty-three or twenty-four characters on each line.
  557. On a sign, they killed Yasotakeru all together.
  558. On a smaller scale, sacred trees in shrines often had large samurai orchids (neofinetia falcata) or Sekkoku orchids (dendrobium moniliforme) growing on them, but they are hardly seen these days due to the influence of the wildflower boom.
  559. On a stormy day, two white whales carried a boat which was about to sink, to the shore by supporting it from both sides.
  560. On a stormy night, Asaji delivered a dead baby and became seriously ill.
  561. On a subsequent occasion he went to the Lord Chamberlain leading a miserable, unkempt dog, old and decrepit, with bald patches on its body, and said, 'Here is another of your sublime pictures!'
  562. On a sunny day, it was dried overnight, and was softened through the process of stepping or rubbing by hands to be made into Kamikoromo.
  563. On a teacup or something, they often write 'spring, summer, 2 masu 5 go, and winter' (no autumn), and these words read as 'akinai masu masu hanjo' (means 'business prospers more and more'), and the thing with these words is regarded as a good luck charm.
  564. On a visit to the Rokujo-in Palace, where plants and flowers in the garden had been blown flat, Yugiri happened to catch a glimpse of Murasaki no Ue amidst the chaos and was stunned by her beauty.
  565. On a wall in the entrance area, there is an enormous stained-glass picture, 'Hisho (Flight).'
  566. On a windy evening, Empress Akashi visits bedridden Murasaki no ue, and Genji also joined them to make poems for each other.
  567. On abokya shitsudei aku
  568. On account of Shidosen being the property of a temple, people were afraid of being unable to rest in peace after death if they failed to repay their debts, which worked as psychological pressure to repay Shidosen.
  569. On actual battlefields, people with good builds tried to slash foot soldiers by swinging long swords called nodachi or odachi, or cavalrymen tried to slash enemies' hands/feet/face while rushing toward them.
  570. On adopting the new tuning method, YATSUHASHI composed a great number of pieces.
  571. On advice from Nagamasu YOSHIOKA, a member of his staff, from September to December of the same year Sorin entrusted his soldiers to Teruhiro who was dependent on the Otomo clan and ordered him to land secretly in Suo Province with the help of the Otomo navy headed by Shigeoki WAKABAYASHI.
  572. On all four sides of its body, 'KYOTO BUS,' the company logo written in the Roman alphabet, and four stripes (red, blue, orange and yellow) are arranged, and the basic color of the seats inside the bus is dark blue imprinted with patterns similar to stripes on the body.
  573. On an excursion to view the autumn leaves in Uji, he kept an eye on Niou no Miya by the order of Empress Akashi.
  574. On an expressway, it is often the case that the streamers used to indicate wind velocity and direction are replaced with koi-nobori during the period of April and May.
  575. On an external wall, a tile-made wall picture, drawn for its opening in 1958, still remains.
  576. On an unknown date he was assigned to Chikuzen Province.
  577. On an unknown date he was given the title of Ju-sangu by the Emperor.
  578. On an unknown date he was granted the rank of Jugoi (Junior Fifth Rank).
  579. On an unknown date, he became Hikitsuke tonin.
  580. On an unknown date, he was appointed as Shuri no suke (assistant officer of the Office of Palace Repairs).
  581. On an unknown date, he was granted Jugoi (Junior Fifth Rank) and became Samanosuke (vice-minister of Left Division of Bureau of Horses).
  582. On and after Janurary 28, 1966, the compulsory execution was carried out three times, but was stopped due to resistance from the Asada Furen.
  583. On and after MINAMOTO no Michisue, their direct line held the Okimi no Tsukasa (Royal Family Office) from generation to generation to finally come back five degrees from the Imperial family.
  584. On another date, during the Prince consulted with a hanji (judge), his armrest was broken.
  585. On arriving at Osaka Castle the following day, Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA insisted that he would not allow a treaty signed without the emperor's permission.
  586. On arriving at the capital, he and a few cavaliers including Noriyori, Yoshitsune, Shigeyori and Shigefusa hurried to Rokujodono where Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa was under house arrest.
  587. On attaining victory, OTOMO no Fukei sent messengers to Oama no oji who was then in the Fuwanomiya Palace to report on the success.
  588. On average, the land (the land directly controlled by the lords) occupied more than one-third of the cultivatable lands and the lands owned by serfs were wider than these.
  589. On becoming a Buddhist priest on January 19, 1026, she shaved off her hair and took the Buddhist name Shojogaku.
  590. On becoming a buddhist priest, he took the name Tokuhon
  591. On becoming an heir to the family of Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA, he changed his name to Yoshihisa on June 6, 1902.
  592. On behalf of Abe the three men thoroughly examined customary controversial points while referring to the "Taisharitsu."
  593. On behalf of his unhealthy elder brother, he became the legitimate son of the Koga family.
  594. On behalf of the Imperial Family, a unique diplomacy was in place which was done by receiving a sakuho (homage by Chinese emperors) as the 'King of Japan' from the Ming Dynasty in China which was to oppose the Emperor's power, the monarch in Japan.
  595. On being ennobled in 1166, he took office of Echigo no kuni no kami (Governor of Echigo Province).
  596. On both days of August 27, 28, they confronted with Yamato's sea warriors in Baekgang River (also called White River or White Horse River in Korea).
  597. On both of the westbound and eastbound tracks, the speed limit in the section within the curve with the radius 1,400 m near the exit on the Otsukyo side is 125 km/h, and the speed limit in the section within the curve with the radius 800 m of the westbound track on the Yamashiro side is 115 km/h.
  598. On celebratory occasions involving court nobles of the Fujiwara clan, there were customary events called 'Kangakuin no ayumi' in which all the officials and students visited them to offer their congratulations and the court nobles gave banquets by return.
  599. On certain month, dated 9 in 1319, he was appointed as Mimasaka no suke (Assistant Provincial Governor of Mimasaka) concurrently.
  600. On coming back to Japan, he was appointed as Ekitei-no-kami (Minister of Post and Telecommunications), exerted himself to found a postal system, and established the basis of a modern postal system in Japan.
  601. On complaint of Nobumichi's mother, Tamemoto was arrested and taken into custody, but pardoned the following year.
  602. On completion, the office of Kawachi kokushi replaced by the special administration structure of Kawachi Shiki.
  603. On condition of becoming teachers after graduation, normal school students are exempted from paying tuition and also ensured their livelihood, they played a role of helping excellent children from poor families.
  604. On doing so it suddenly began to rain, which prevented the fire from spreading.
  605. On each of the other Shinkansen lines, train-cars of the corresponding company alone run (some of the train-cars operated on the Yamagata Shinkansen or the Akita Shinkansen correctly are leased from the companies that own them).
  606. On either side of Dainichi are, from the left as one faces the statue, statues of Nichiren, Dogen, Eisai, Enchin, Honen, Shinran, Ryonin, Shinsei, and Ippen.
  607. On either side of the Shishinden's main stairway lie trees, Sakon no Sakura (a cherry tree) on the left and Ukon no Tachibana (a mandarin orange tree) on the right.
  608. On either side of the doma there was a mezzanine style 'sajiki,' which was one-step higher than the other seats, equipped with tatami flooring.
  609. On encountering its enemies, it jumps backward quickly by snapping its tail.
  610. On enshrining the statue, Yukihira's illness was cured and he was able to return to Kyoto.
  611. On enticing the Sixth Higher School, Okayama and Hiroshima competed with each other.
  612. On entry into the J. League, the club strengthened itself by obtaining players who had experienced playing in the J. League, such as Shunzo ONO (a football player) and Yoshiaki SATO, and they were highly motivated to play the opening game of 1996.
  613. On every December 7, Katori-jingu Shrine of Chiba Prefecture holds Danki Festival and hands out dango to the visitors after the festival.
  614. On every New Year's Day, Seii Taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") of the Edo bakufu dispatched hatamoto (direct retainers of the bakufu) called koke (privileged family under Tokugawa Shogunate) to Kyoto to make New Year's greetings to the emperor and the retired emperor.
  615. On every Sunday except the third Sunday of the month from October 13 to November 24, 2002, the Yamatoji Hollywood was a special train that was operated one way between Nara and Sakurajima Station on the Sakurajima Line.
  616. On facing the Meiji Restoration, the Sagi school was thrown into most serious confusion.
  617. On festival occasions, fundoshi is not treated as underwear but as a festive dress.
  618. On finding about this, the Clositered Emperor gave a command to MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo who was the father of Yoshihira and Yorikata's oldest brother, to hunt down and kill Yoritaka.
  619. On finishing her story the diver says, 'I am your mother, the ghost of that diver.
  620. On foot
  621. On foot from both Tanbabashi Station of Keihan Main Line and Momoyama Station of Nara Line operated by JR West.
  622. On graduating Tokyo Imperial University, he became a professor at Ryukoku University.
  623. On hakase (Professor of Pronunciation of Chinese Language)
  624. On hakase (also known as Koe no hakase) was a hakase position (professor) established under the Ritsuryo system in Japan.
  625. On hare days, food and drinks such as mochi (rice cakes), sekihan (glutinous rice cooked with azuki beans), white rice, fish with the head and the tail, and Japanese rice wine were consumed.
  626. On hearing Nakime's cry, Amenowakahiko's vassal, Amenosagume, urged him to kill the bird, at which Amenowakahiko took the bow Amakagonoyumi and the arrow Amenohabaya, which he had received from Takamimusubi on leaving for Ashihara no Nakatsukuni, and shot the pheasant.
  627. On hearing that Onamuji revived, Yasogami tried to kill him again.
  628. On hearing the news of Takakage's death, Josui lamented and said 'the last wise man in Japan has gone.'
  629. On hearing the news, Amaterasu was angered and said that she didn't want to see him anymore.
  630. On hearing this his father Iemitsu was delighted and ordered his retainers to 'Make this Takechiyo's (Ietsuna's) first ruling,' after which exiles are said to have started to receive food.
  631. On hearing this news, the people of Kohata village wept tears of joy, devoting themselves to the doctrine of the Nenbutsu.
  632. On hearing this plan, Nobusuke KONOE pressed Akizane NIJO, who had served as Kanpaku only for six months, to relinquish the position of Kanpaku to him because Nobusuke hated to assume the position as former Sadaijin.
  633. On hearing this, Emperor Meiji awarded him the Supreme Order and the Grand Cordon of the Supreme Order of the Chrysanthemum.
  634. On hearing this, Fusasaki answers, 'I am that very Fusasaki no Otodo.
  635. On hearing this, Saigo went back to Kagoshima, and the number of people who hurry to guard him continued to increase.
  636. On hearing this, Toshizo said with a glare "if you refuse, I will kill you here now".
  637. On hearing this, the Emperor gave Iname the Buddha statue, sutras and others.
  638. On hearing this, the diver says with deep emotion, 'Something like this happened, a long time ago.
  639. On hearing this, three soldiers of Hayato of the Hirotsugu army jumped into the river, crossed the river to the side of the government army, and were helped by Hayato of the government army.
  640. On henkei hokaku kiku shin kyo mirrors of the millers, the area around the handle of the miller is divided into square portions, and a Chinese character corresponding to each of the 12 signs of the Chinese zodiac was designed there in a pattern that is almost impossible to recognize the character.
  641. On her husband's enthronement, she became the empress.
  642. On her triumphant return to Yamato, Kagosaka and Oshikuma, the older paternal half brothers of the newly born prince, felt envy at anticipated ascension of the new prince to the crown in future.
  643. On her way back from sankan-seibatsu (the conquest of three countries in old Korea), Empress Jingu gave birth to him at Umi (Umi Town, Kasuya County, Fukuoka Prefecture).
  644. On her way going down to Ise, Tochi no Himemiko visited Hata-jinja Shrine (Tsu City, Mie Prefecture) and composed a poem, 'With hail and strong wind it's a cold night, I sleep alone tonight here in Hatano,' which is handed down in this shrine as a legend.
  645. On her way to Hasedera Temple, she runs into Ukon, a woman who was once Yugao's maid, and through her good offices she is taken in to Rokujo-in Palace as an adopted daughter of Genji.
  646. On his death, he left a will to inherit a total of 2000 koku of his retirement stipend to Tadatsune and Tadaharu, and a total of 1000 koku of his retirement stipend to Toku who was the wife of Saionji family and other daughters, which was later carried out.
  647. On his deathbed, he wrote to his chief retainers, 'Tokugawa was able to unify the country, thanks to the power of the father and son of the Kuroda family.'
  648. On his departure, Tamuramaro entreated the emperor to release from confinement FUNYA no Watamaro, who had been a fellow soldier during the conquest of the Emishi (Japanese northerners), and Watamaro was set free and appointed as Sangi.
  649. On his educational policy, Bairei first trained them in the basics thoroughly and then set them free, so they were afraid of Bairei first, but actually he took care of them well and always tried to cheer them up.
  650. On his father's death, he succeeded as the head of the family in 1397 to assume the post of Shugo (provincial military governor) of Tosa, Tanba, Sanuki and Settsu Provinces.
  651. On his marriage, he was permitted by Nobunaga to use the Kuyo (nine-planet crest) motif for his family crest, and this was then adopted as the family crest of the Hosokawa clan.
  652. On his own accord he approached provincial governors, Kunyi LIU (Viceroy of Liangjiang) and Zhidong ZHANG (Viceroy of Huguang) who had strong power in the Qing dynasty, to propose cooperation between Japan and Ching.
  653. On his property there is a small museum called 'Taigaku-bunko' and his personal articles are on display.
  654. On his retirement, Yoshichika took territory with a yield of 5,000 koku as a retirement benefice and Fusatomo inherited territory, including new rice fields, with an overall yield of 25,000 koku.
  655. On his return from Joseon, he reported to the ministry that although Japan nearly broke off diplomatic relations with Joseon, there would be time when 'the misunderstandings would be resolved to reach a mutual understanding.'
  656. On his return to Japan, he asked for governmental understanding of the urgent need to implement a constitution and the separation of the three powers of the state as he had previously proposed.
  657. On his return to Kyoto in the same year he founded the Jojakko-ji Temple on Mt. Ogura and became a hermit.
  658. On his return to secular life he went by the name of Chikauji MATSUDAIRA.
  659. On his way back to Japan, Makibi drifted to Tanegashima Island once but managed to arrive in Kyoto in 735 with various kinds of books.
  660. On his way back to Oami, upon request of his disciple, Jozenbo-shinkai, Shinnyo stayed at Taishi-do Hall (currently, Horyu-ji Temple) in Kamikanesawa, Hitachi Province (now, Daigo-machi, Ibaraki Prefecture) for propagation.
  661. On his way back, Prince Sadanaru visited Toua Doubun Shoin (Dong A Dong Wen Shu Yuen Da Xue; East Asian Literary School).
  662. On his way back, Shojo visited Toshiyo KUBO at Choando teahouse in Noda, Nara.
  663. On his way back, he landed at Cape Wada (Kobe City) in May, 805, and founded Nofuku-ji Temple, which was the first site where the edification of Esoteric Buddhism took place.
  664. On his way back, on April 10, 1613, he visited Nobutoshi KINOSHITA who was staying in Kyoto.
  665. On his way back, the Prince got married to Hinagahime, however, when he glimpsed her body and found that she was a snake, the terrified Prince scurried away.
  666. On his way down to Kyushu, Yoshinao (Yorihisa) SHONI came to meet him at Akamagaseki, Nagato Province (present Shimonoseki City, Yamaguchi Prefecture), and he was supported by Ujinori MUNAKATA, the chief priest of Munakata Taisha Shrine in Munakata, Chikuzen Province.
  667. On his way home from a villagers' meeting, Yazaemon of the sushi shop accidentally finds the dead body of Kokingo.
  668. On his way home from his expedition to the east, YAMATO Takeru no Mikoto married Miyazu-hime during his stay in Owari.
  669. On his way home from subjugation of kumaso (a tribe living in the ancient Kyushu district), Yamato Takeru met this akuru.
  670. On his way home, Ito was killed by Kuwajiro OISHI in an ambush.
  671. On his way home, Ochiba no miya's mother, Ichijo no Miyasudokoro, sent Yugiri the yokobue that Kashiwagi left.
  672. On his way home, he carved a copy of the wooden seated statue of Shakya Nyorai (Shakyamuni)), which was created by King Udayana, and brought it home in 986 with the document regarding its origin stored within the wooden carving.
  673. On his way home, he met a troop led by 古屋佐久左衛門 (Sakuzaemon FURUYA) (later, Shoho-tai) in the Sano Domain, and was almost forcibly taken in it.
  674. On his way home, he visited the US and came back in November of the same year.
  675. On his way to Hokkaido, he organized an enlightenment campaign to raise funds for construction activities and induced immigration to Hokkaido.
  676. On his way to Kofuku-ji Temple, which responded to his request for cooperation, the prince fought against the Taira clan blocking the path, and died in battle in the end.
  677. On his way to Kyushu, he dismissed his soldiers because he received news that Saigo's army had been wiped out.
  678. On his way to Naniwanomiya Palace for a Gyoko (imperial visit), he developed beriberi at Sakurai tongu (a temporary palace) on March 3, 744, and came back to Kuni-kyo, but two days later on March 5 he died at the age of 17.
  679. On his way to Narayama, Fukei received information in Hieda that a large enemy force was approaching from Kawachi Province, probably on August 3.
  680. On his way to being taken to the police station, the suspect escaped and ran into the branch of the Association of Korean Residents in Japan.
  681. On his way to deportation to Izumo Province (Shimane Prefecture), he was killed by Nagatoshi NAWA (this was believed to be the first execution of an incumbent court noble since the Heiji War in 1159).
  682. On his way to the Battle of Toba and Fushimi, Imperial Prince Komatsunomiya Akihito was defeated at arm-wrestling by the ryotei's owner lady at the time, Etsuko MORI while having a sake feast, so he granted the ryotei his name.
  683. On his way to the battle, Obiko met a mysterious girl singing an ominous song, so he returned to report this encounter.
  684. On his way, he met an elderly couple in Suma Bay who let him stay at their house overnight.
  685. On his way, he received the Kusanagi no tsurugi from Yamatohime no mikoto, his aunt, at Ise Jingu Shrine.
  686. On his/her way, there are gates of judgment here and there where the sins committed during the life are tried.
  687. On holidays, the station is crowded with tourists.
  688. On informal occasions, relatively reasonable Byakue and Sashiko (equivalent to the ordinary clothes of a Shinto priest) are used, but in rare cases unified Yukata (Japanese summer kimono, following Zokugaku's run-through in Yukata) are used in the summer.
  689. On intercalary July 14, he had a coming-of-age ceremony, and was appointed as Hyobu no Gon no Taifu (supernumerary assistance administrator of Hyobusho Ministry of Military).
  690. On intercalary second month twenty-ninth day, 1697, he passed away.
  691. On its grounds there are five sub-temples: Myoshakuin, Enritsuin, Ryugakuin, Honkoin, and Gyokujuin).
  692. On its roof, pure white clouds were floating in the blue sky, and red Orion's Belt was glowing.
  693. On knowing Shoan's rebellion, the Otomo clan sent Koresada SAEKI to punish him with death and surrounded the Hoshikawa castle.
  694. On knowing that Nobunaga was killed, he promptly returned to his province.
  695. On leap January 13, 1420, he was assigned additional post as Ukone no daisho (Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  696. On leap June 28, 1330, he resigned the post of Rokuhara Tandai.
  697. On leap October 26, 1164, he retained his position as Ukone no daisho.
  698. On learning about Hokkai's reputation, there were many lords such as lord OKABE of Kishiwada Domain in Izumi Province who invited him as Hanju (a Confucian scholar who work for a domain), but Hokkai firmly declined them all.
  699. On leaving Kamakura, Kagesue asked Yoritomo to grant him a famous horse called Ikezuki, but Yoritomo declined and gave him the horse called Surusumi instead.
  700. On many of them, something was written in black ink, and the pots or tsuki (a kind of bowls) containing lacquer have also been unearthed.
  701. On minke whales, the meat of this portion is less markedly marbled, with no marbled portion existing in the strict sense.
  702. On my horse I passed Chiryu and went on for a few miles, and there I found a bridge called Yatsuhashi.
  703. On my last journey to the land of the dead, there is no difference between a host and a guest.
  704. On new year's eve in 1788, there was a massive fire in Kyoto, which burned out the entire premises of Omote Senke and Urasenke.
  705. On occasion hocho is done at private funeral ceremonies.
  706. On occasions the younger sibling unexpectedly obtains a higher ranked Myoseki name/rank than the elder sibling.
  707. On one Ukai boat there is one ujo, one nakanori, and two tomonori, that is, a total of four persons, and ujo uses twelve cormorants at the bow, nakanori uses four cormorants at the center and tomonori is in charge of piloting a boat at the stern.
  708. On one hand, Ieyasu proposed, humbly, a generous demand towards Okurakyo-no-tsubone.
  709. On one hand, Kabuki-mono were hated as violent outlaws committing assaults, but on the other hand, they were praised and sympathized with their lifestyle as chivalrous men.
  710. On one hand, he could scream like a child in order to go to his mother's land, but he also showed a brutish side in Takamanohara.
  711. On one hand, however, Masasuke's successful career cost a great deal and forced the Fukuyama Domain to spend in excess.
  712. On one hand, jiutai reveals a character's psychological portrait and describes a scene and on the other hand, it may occasionally represent the feelings of the protagonist (shite), or a dialogue duet with the Nohwaki.
  713. On one hand, there is the negative assessment that Tsunayoshi "ignored the opinions of anyone except his close advisors and favorite retainers and burdened the people with evil laws."
  714. On one hand, these movements undermined the authority of the shugo daimyo, but on the other hand they tightened the control of the kokujin by the shugo daimyo.
  715. On one occasion Nagai's steward Sanemori prevailed upon the warrior priests, explaining his predicament: after this the Yogawa priests lay in wait in the vicinity of Ryugegoe, whereupon the warrior priests fired a barrage of arrows at them.
  716. On one occasion, Ieyasu gathered Naomasa's vassals in one place, made Naomasa take off his clothes, and, with tears in his eyes, explained each injury left on Naomasa's body to them (it is said Ieyasu always cared about Naomasa's being injured in battle).
  717. On one occasion, he provoked ABE no Yoritoki (also written sometimes as Yoriyoshi), who had already submitted to the authority of the Imperial Court, causing another army to be raised.
  718. On one occasion, when someone witnessed the woman and followed her, she moved to the screen and disappeared.
  719. On one occasion, when they returned after gyoho, they saw that a group of Tengu (long-nosed goblin) came and imitated gyoho, and thus, in order for Tengus to think mistakenly they would go to a toilet, they called each other like this.
  720. On one print among the sixty-eight prints there is a record of 1194.
  721. On only two occasions, the battles were actually fought in 'Kawanakajima': One was in the Battle of the Sai-gawa River, or the second battle, and the other was in the fourth battle.
  722. On other hoko floats, dolls of the chigo are placed.
  723. On other occasions, the name of a place related to the prince's family was used.
  724. On page 122 of the second volume he performs in a Noh play titled "Yoro" (Longevity Springs) in the style of 'Suiha no Den,' which is a Kogaki (a variant performance, or special staging) of the Kanze-ryu school, inferring that he belongs to the Kanze-ryu school.
  725. On page 26 of the fifth volume, on the other hand, Kaito says, "If I give up Noh, there will be nobody but Norito to succeed to Sojuro," meaning that it is also possible that Kaito will become the family head after Takuto.
  726. On page 33 of the July 2006 supplement edition of the magazine called BUBKA, it is stated (as one of a wave of denials in Korea of a Japanese origin) that 'Yakiniku' originated in Japan but even though its place of origin can said to be Japan, it was Korean residents of Japan who actually created it.
  727. On painting of whitewash and kira-biki (applying the powder solution of mica on paper), Genjigumo (floating clouds) in gold and silver and richly colored pictures were drawn.
  728. On passing through the sanmon gate, the honbo (head priest's residence), Bishamon-do hall (constructed in 2004), repository and belfry (concrete structure) can be seen, behind which lies the ascetic practice area which measures approximately 800 m from start to finish.
  729. On pilgrimages such as the Okage Mairi (to Ise-jingu Shrine) and Fuji Mode (to Sengen Shrine at the summit of Mount Fuji), the road traveled was also considered to be part of the pilgrimage, as such inn towns contained prostitutes (serving ladies) whose entertaining of the guests was a form of purification and exorcism.
  730. On preservatives
  731. On rainy days, they can escape from their habitat to travel to a different, distant aquatic site.
  732. On rare occasions it appears as a beautiful person of the opposite sex and can seduce young men and women.
  733. On rare occasions, Noh such as 'Takasago' (the dune), 'Yoro' (the care of the aged), 'Tsuru Kame' (the crane and the tortoise), and 'Oimatsu' (the old pine tree) are performed by the same set of Noh actors after 'Okina.'
  734. On rare occasions, a locker is available for monthly rental.
  735. On rare occasions, people use a microwave to warm Kurojoka.
  736. On rare occasions, these vehicles are used as an accompanying car in a replacement driver service.
  737. On rare occassions, hazenoki develops moku (a name of a rare pattern) on bark such as Nawamemoku (knot moku), chijimi moku (contracted moku), bird eye moku, and quail moku decorations considered to be the beauty of nature that appears on a wakyu valued along with mondake (bamboo with patterns).
  738. On reaching their destination, Sukemichi fell ill and died, but was resurrected when Arikuni performed Taizanfukunsai (Spirit Exchange Ritual).
  739. On receipt of the notice of the shogun Iemochi's disease, the commander Ogasawara also left the front line.
  740. On receiving Yoshimitsu's order to retire, Yoriyuki headed to his territory in Shikoku with his clan and, becoming a priest along the way.
  741. On receiving a reply from the Princess Terute, Oguri went to the Princess Terute with 10 of his retainers and forced her to have a matrilocal marriage.
  742. On receiving his master's dying wish, Chonen's disciple Josan went on to found Godaisan Seiryo-ji Temple.
  743. On receiving this news, Major Yamaguchi adopted Sergeant Major Sato's offer on his own authority.
  744. On receiving this, Yoshinobu summoned 40 senior vassals during their visit to Kyoto at the Nijo-jo Castle and made an inquiry about Taisei Hokan on November 8.
  745. On receiving those documents, the Takauji gave orders to the Shugo (provincial governor) and samurai all over Japan.
  746. On record, the founder of the Sato family was Ichiroemon Nobuhisa SATO, a samurai who had served the Hagi clan since about 1662 and received a rice stipend of 2 koku 4 to (432.936 cubic decimeters) for two members of the family.
  747. On referral from Gensen, he also studied under Dokshoan NAGATOMI, who was also the disciple of Toyo, and learned the Western medicine.
  748. On removing the kinshin the new Meiji government ordered Suemaru ODA in the head family to take father and son under his care and sustain them.
  749. On retirement, however, Yurakusai (pseudonym of Nagamasu ODA) divided the domain, keeping 10,000 koku as retirement stipend and giving 10,000 koku to his fourth son Nagamasa ODA (a feudal lord) and 10,000 koku to his fifth son Naonaga ODA.
  750. On returning from Usa, Kiyomaro reported to the Empress that 'Hachiman of Usa does not wish a retainer to ascend the Imperial throne.'
  751. On returning home, he was hissed loudly by furious right-wing group.
  752. On rissoku (light a candle and stand it)
  753. On seal-engraving, he was deeply influenced by Zoroku HAMAMURA.
  754. On seeing Sudatta starting to spread gold coins, Prince Jeta was so surprised that he not only gave Sudatta the land, but also supported the construction of the temple by donating trees.
  755. On seeing a sake bottle (called heishi) fall over at a drinking party, he is said to have been pleased and remarked 'The Heishi has fallen' (Heishi being another reading for the Chinese characters for 'Taira clan').
  756. On seeing this, his wife Okame advised him that he could correct the problem using a bracket complex, and the building was completed on time.
  757. On she chased after his fleeing form, until they reached the foot of Yomotsuhirasaka.
  758. On shinogi (the streaks of each side of a sword) of his swords, sharp masame (straight grain) can be seen, unlike Ko-Ichimonji style (older Ichimonji style).
  759. On shot dark blue cloth, white sotomuki itsutsukan mon is embroidered.
  760. On shumidan (An altar made of fine timber, generally with paneling, hame) at the center of the hall is the principal image Shaka Nyorai statue housed within a raden zushi (a miniature temple with mother-of-pearl inlay work).
  761. On some maps, the postal code list and so on, there are some town names which are not contained in the above Kadokawa dictionary of place-names as the official town names, which will be discussed in detail below.
  762. On some mokkan, different kanji characters for offerings, '贄' (nie), '御贄' (Minie), and '大贄' (Onie), were found, not 'So,' 'Yo,' and 'Cho.'
  763. On some occasions, street stall carts use attached propane gas to cook food operate their businesses serving food such as; stew and deep-fried food at street corners, but basically, these sellers operate without licenses.
  764. On some of these routes, rapid buses, which don't stop at some bus stops, are operated for commuters and students.
  765. On some trees part of the branch or trunk may die off, and the bark peel off causing the white core of the tree to be exposed.
  766. On someday between April and May in 1795, he was born the first son to Miki Heidayu Nobushige, a feudal retainer of Iyo-Matsuyama Domain.
  767. On someday between November 1187, only two months later than the above and nine months after Yoshitsune entered Hiraizumi, Hidehira was struck down by illness.
  768. On special days, the top prize was a night with the yatori onna of one's choice, if certain requirements were met.
  769. On special occasions such as festivals, yorishiro can be moved from mountains and shrines so that people can be closer to the divine spirits.
  770. On special occasions such as the Obon Festival, this train provides auxiliary service in place of the Limited Express 'Tango Discovery,' which has a limited transportation capacity, and runs up to Higashi-Maizuru Station with a full-scale train set of seven cars.
  771. On start with the bestowal of an order on survivors (Cabinet approval on July 12, 1963)
  772. On such an occasion spiritual athletes may perform ablutions as a part of their mid-winter training.
  773. On such occasion, it is also one of the characteristics that small low-pressure systems tends to be spawned frequently.
  774. On such occasions it's common practice that the referee won't acknowledge that a contestant 'hits' (punches) the opponent until the opponent has become so damaged as to cause the discontinuation of a match, or until the degree of hikite is judged to be inappropriate.
  775. On such occasions, it might be assumed that the people could have eaten the rice once it was offered to their deity.
  776. On sumo rings, it is not allowed to wear any footwear other than white tabi, either.
  777. On sunny nights, many lovers visit the mountain.
  778. On surusumi
  779. On suspecting this geta to be the one with a hurting nose, the young men burned the geta and others on the spot.
  780. On television, it was not in February 1953 when NHK began broadcasting, but, since September 1953, it started to perform at the end of the broadcasting day.
  781. On that account, people worship Inari-sha shrines across the country on this day.
  782. On that basis, he ignored the achievements of MATSUDAIRA (TOKUGAWA), Ieyasu's ancestors in Mikawa Province.'
  783. On that basis, the understanding with regard to the inflow of the kiba culture (the equestrian culture) into the Japanese archipelago, as well as the diffusion of the kiba culture in East Asia, has been modified in order to reflect their earlier occurrences.
  784. On that day (March 18), Takehei FUKUDA, a secret messenger from the front troop, came from Ueki.
  785. On that day Kaientai's Shintaro NAKAOKA, Tosa clan's Kenzaburo OKAMOTO, painter Kaido OMI, and others visited Ryoma.
  786. On that day Sanma came up with the impromptu performance idea of 'Rope Escape Magic in water' and forced Shinsuke to perform the trick, and he nearly drowned in the pool.
  787. On that day many peasants came to Unryu-ji Temple from early morning.
  788. On that day too, he invited Kikaku and held a kukai (a haiku gathering).
  789. On that day, "Secchi onigawara sennbei" (Secchi ridge-end rice cookie), 1000 yen per six pieces, was sold out within ten minutes.
  790. On that day, Arifusa resigned as Naidaijin entering the priesthood and died the following day.
  791. On that day, Emperor Yuryaku dispatched OSHIKAWACHI no Katabu and a court lady to worship Munakata Sanjojin (three goddesses enshrined in Munakata-jinja Shrine).
  792. On that day, Kokushi of Tsushima Province, OSHIUMI no Miyatsuko Okuni reported, "Our Province yielded silver for the first time in Japan and we will offer it to the Imperial Court".
  793. On that day, MINAMOTO no Sanetomo visited Yoshitoki HOJO's residence (Soshu gyotei), but he was obliged to stay there because of the lunar eclipse.
  794. On that day, Prince Shiki, SAMI no Sukumaro, HANEDA Sei, IYOBE no Umakai, TSUKI no Okina, OTOMO no Tauchi and KOSE no Tayasu were appointed to be Sen Zengen no Tsukasa (officials in charge of compiling instructive tales from Chinese classics and Japanese traditional literature with the aim of giving education to the Imperial family.
  795. On that day, Yoshimoto HANABUSA presented "Bankoku Koho" and "星?指掌" to Korean side and explained international law at the same time.
  796. On that day, Yoshinaka held Jimoku (ceremony for appointing officials) through the imprisoned Emperor Gotoba to dismiss Sessho (regent) Motomichi KONOE and instead replace him with Moroie MATSUDONO, the younger brother of Ishi.
  797. On that day, Yoshinobu went to Mito to put on his best behavior, instead of receiving the first degree death penalty.
  798. On that day, backed by Terumoto MORI, Yoshimune OTOMO, who had joined the West with aspirations to rebuild the family fortune, moved his army into the Bungo Province and siege Kitsuki-jo Castle of Tadaoki HOSOKAWA who belong to the East.
  799. On that day, the ambushed troops laid in Fuwa captured the enemy's envoy, FUMI no Kusuri and OSHISAKA no Omaro who came from the west.
  800. On that day, the clay of the dohyo was rather dry and many cracks were found on the surface of the dohyo.
  801. On that day, the envoy to Silla including OKINAGA no Oyu, OTOMO no Kokimi, Bentsu and Shinei who were both monks received thick silk fabric, cotton and cloth.
  802. On that day, we stayed overnight at Tenno-ji Temple, and Yoshu ran away to hide himself.
  803. On that day, when an officer told the group of beggars to 'come here without using your feet,' one of the beggars immediately responded with 'give it to me without using your hands' and as a result, the beggar in question was identified as Myocho.
  804. On that evening, the inner citadel of Nijo Castle went up in flames before the fire spread to the Imperial Palace in the northern part of central Kyoto.
  805. On that mountain Otone's hermitage is located, where the five Dog Warriors get together and break up.
  806. On that night, Asaji made guard soldiers put to sleep with a sleeping drug in a drink.
  807. On that night, Kaoru approached Oigimi and confessed his love, but she refused him, and after they talked all night long, they parted.
  808. On that night, Negoro-ji Temple was destroyed by fire except a part of it such as the Hondo (main hall), Tahoto pagoda (a "multi-treasure" pagoda) (big pagoda) and Nandai-mon gate (great south gate).
  809. On that night, he received such a valuable lecture only once in his life; this story is famous as "a night in Matsuzaka."
  810. On that occasion Senjuou acted as his father's representative and issued a certificate of loyal service to the samurai of the Kamakura attack participation with the assistance of the vassals, thereby marking the beginning of the Ashikaga's later recognition as a leader of the samurai.
  811. On that occasion gates and towers were thoroughly destroyed.
  812. On that occasion he is said to have told his army to carry three-day army provisions.
  813. On that occasion he punished the Toyotomi family by reducing their directly-controlled land; Toyotomi family's territory was limited to Settsu Province/ Kawachi Province/Izumi Province only with about 650,000-Koku (unit) level.
  814. On that occasion the audience complained, shouting "What, is it over? What is this junk?"
  815. On that occasion, "Aoki no Sanryoki" was developed as a record for the stone chamber.
  816. On that occasion, Harumichi reflected on himself and determined to complete the book, and in the following eight years, made all the annotations (to paragraph 164, volume 37); in September of 1886, at last he completed "Koshi-den" that Atsutane had left with his dearest wish.
  817. On that occasion, Hidetada was held up at Ueda-jo Castle which was successfully defended by Masayuki SANADA and, as a result, fell from grace by arriving late at Sekigahara for the battle.
  818. On that occasion, Japan held by the expression, "Korea was an independent country."
  819. On that occasion, KATSU said "You should not be fond of killing people.
  820. On that occasion, Kagehisa was engaged in a life-and-death combat against Yoshitada SANADA, who was a favorite of Yoritomo, and he survived the combat with the help of Sadakage (Shinroku) NAGAO.
  821. On that occasion, Shigeharu TAKENAKA stepped forward telling that he would do that job and went to Nagahama-jo Castle (Omi Province) and moved Nagamasa KURODA to Bodaisan-jo Castle in his territory and gave shelter to him there against Nobunaga ODA's order.
  822. On that occasion, he served as doshi (officiating Buddhist priest) at a memorial service at Monju-do Hall of Mt. Hiei.
  823. On that occasion, he took his son Shuntaro with him, and came back home leaving Shuntaro to stay in England for study.
  824. On that occasion, he was promoted to Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade), as a chamberlain, the governor of Izumi Province.
  825. On that occasion, he was supposed to keep his Nakayama surname under the prior agreement; however, he changed his surname to Horibe.
  826. On that occasion, he was transferred the reigns of the family from Masanori.
  827. On that occasion, his son, Yoshitaka, tried to kill himself with Yoshiteru, but Yoshiteru stopped this and told him to protect the Imperial Prince.
  828. On that occasion, it meant the Edo bakufu seriously started getting involved in the Imperial Palace under "the law for the Court in the Edo period."
  829. On that occasion, many disciples who followed Gikai moved to Daijo-ji Temple also, resulting in the division of Dogen's group into Eihei-ji Temple and Daijo-ji Temple.
  830. On that occasion, the Hosokawa family brought in materials and built a bridge over a valley in the territory.
  831. On that occasion, the Imperial Court dispatched an imperial messenger to Usa-Hachimangu Shrine to offer prayers asking for guarding of the nation and for a successful punitive expedition against the Hayato clan.
  832. On that occasion, the final draft consisting of five volumes in total, which was made by further revision on the first draft based on the Kawachi-bon, was exhibited together with various collections of materials such as old manuscripts of The Tale of Genji.
  833. On that occasion, there was a story that Sengo changed his name to Sengoro because Naosuke misheard Sengo as Sengoro, but this was a story that was created later.
  834. On that premise, "Kokuiko" is focused on the affirmation that teachings such as Shushigaku (Neo-Confucianism) should be eliminated and one must return to the original life and spirit of the Japanese.
  835. On that same day, the bakafu (feudal government) decided that the land of the Kira family should be forfeited and that the head of the Kira family, Yoshimasa KIRA (Sahei KIRA, the adopted son of Kozukenosuke KIRA), should be deported to Shinano Province.
  836. On the "union signboard" placed in front of the Kyoto Municipal Office, which was also the destination of the Emperor's visit, a phrase saying "the Emperor is a broom" was written in large letters with sarcasm (in the sense that the Emperor's tour was intended to sweep out and conceal social problems).
  837. On the 'Road' which he released in 1950, he painted only a road which runs straight forward, making a new departure in the extremely simplified picture layout.
  838. On the 10th, Taro TOMA, a retainer of Noriyori hid under the floor of Yoritomo's sleeping room.
  839. On the 10th, he led the army and guarded Uji.
  840. On the 11th (the middle day, 中日) and the 14th (expiration of term of a vow), the imperial messenger burns incense and worships at To-ji Kanjo-in Dojo.
  841. On the 11th day of the September grand sumo tournament in 2007 (September 19, 2007), a happening occurred in which a woman having throwaways in her hand tried to climb up onto the dohyo and was arrested by Nishikido oyakata (a mater of sumo-beya), Takamisakari (a sumo wrestler), etc.
  842. On the 12th he lost the Battle of Ujigawa and fled.
  843. On the 13th day of the eighth month, he was chosen to serve as Daigaku no kami (Headmaster of the Academy).
  844. On the 13th of each month
  845. On the 13th, Iwakura and Saigo had no choice but to propose a compromise that as long as Yoshinobu accepted Jikan-nochi he would be assigned a gijo and treated as former Minister of the Center.
  846. On the 13th, KONDO and others cross-questioned Nishiki NIIMI (then demoted to vice commander), who belonged to SERIZAWA party, about the sin of such violence and outrage, and made him commit hara-kiri("Roshi Bunkyu Hokoku Kiji").
  847. On the 13th, Tadayoshi escaped into Takauji's quarters, but Moronao brought a large force and surrounded Takauji.
  848. On the 13th, small fires called mukaebi (literally welcoming fire), are lit outside houses to welcome the spirits of the deceased into the home.
  849. On the 14th, a ceremony to return the Emperor's cloth to the imperial messenger is held at the front hall of To-ji Kanjo-in Dojo, and Goshichinichinomishiho ends successfully (成満).
  850. On the 14th, one of the chief doctors to the emperor and Yoshiko NAKAYAMA's doctor who did daily check ups, 山本隨 participated in Emperor's treatment, Mitsuoki was also called in on the 15th, they continued the medical examinations on the Emperor day and night.
  851. On the 14th, right after his arrival, he heard of his brother Yoshijiro's death, which resulted from wounds received at the battle at Ikarashi, Niigata City.
  852. On the 14th, the incident at Yoshida-ya became a problem, and the Imperial Court ordered the arrest of SERIZAWA which resulted in a secret order by Aizu Clan to KONDO, HIJIKATA, YAMANAMI and others to take appropriate measures against SERIZAWA.
  853. On the 15th he entered Izumi Province and on the next day, the 16th, he attacked the Kaizuka City which was the front base of Saiga shu.
  854. On the 15th, 'uncountable numbers of' samurai gathered in Rokuhara.
  855. On the 15th, the Kishiwada army attacked the five branch castles of the Kishu side and fought fiercely with jizamurai who guarded them.
  856. On the 16th (according to "Kawase-ke Monjo" which is left by a former warrior of Mito Clan,
  857. On the 16th day of the eighth month, he was transferred to the post of ushoben, or Second Assistant Controller of the Right.
  858. On the 16th, Saigo, Tatewaki KOMATSU, Toshimichi OKUBO, Masaharu ICHIJI, Aritomo YAMAGATA and Yajiro SHINAGAWA pledged to form the Satsuma-Choshu Alliance once more.
  859. On the 16th, another Kugyo-gijo was held in the Hojuji-dono Palace to discuss the exile of Narichika and recall of Tokitada and Nobunori, demanded by Enryaku-ji Temple.
  860. On the 16th, fires called okuribi (literally sending off fire) are lit outside homes to see the spirits off on their journey back to the afterlife.
  861. On the 17th of the same month, she was given the Grand Cordon of the Order of the Precious Crown for the first time as a subject.
  862. On the 18th day of the seventh month of 741, MURAKUNI no Oi, who at that time was Sanuki no kuni no suke (Assistant Governor of Sanuki Province) and was Shorokuinojo (Senior Sixth Rank, Upper Grade), was dismissed from his post, as was NICHIKIBE no Okasa, the Jo (secretary of provincial offices) of Echigo Provice.
  863. On the 18th, Emperor Go-Toba visited Hojujidono Temple; the nobles were also gathered and the decree for searching and destroying Yoshinaka was about to be issued.
  864. On the 18th, the long awaited Maizuru-nishi Interchange and Maizuru-higashi Interchange opened, heralding the completion of the first express way network.
  865. On the 18th, they defeated the force in Kurita near Omi no miya where their enemy's headquarters were located, and got to Seta on the 23nd.
  866. On the 19th day of the sixth month, he was also appointed jiju, or chamberlain.
  867. On the 19th, Nobunaga withdrew to Kyoto.
  868. On the 1st Floor there is Kuramayama Museum, which has an exhibition of the animals and plants of Mount Kurama.
  869. On the 20th day of the sixth month of 1191, he resigned his position due to illness and took the tonsure, receiving the priestly name Nyoen.
  870. On the 20th of April, which was a leap month, he resigned as hohitsu of the government.
  871. On the 20th of May of the same year, he left Nagoya for Kyoto.
  872. On the 20th, Hideyoshi left Osaka for the front and entered Kishiwada-jo Castle.
  873. On the 20th, KONDO sent a letter regarding the chain of events of the incident to Hikogoro SATO, who lived in Tama, KONDO's hometown.
  874. On the 20th, he followed Yoritomo to Sagami Province, but they were defeated in the battle of Ishibashiyama.
  875. On the 21st (although rumored to have in fact been on 22nd), Saigo made a secret agreement with the Saccho Teikei Rokkajo (six articles of partnership between Satsuma and Choshu) with Kogoro KATSURA at Tatewaki KOMATSU's residence, and Ryoma SAKAMOTO endorsed a corporate document (Satsuma-Choshu Alliance).
  876. On the 21st of April, he was transferred to Jokyoku Gijo (government service of Jokyoku law-making organ) which was Giseikan (Legislature) from gijo of the government by a reform of the bureaucratic system.
  877. On the 21st of every month a "Kobo Market" is opened in honor of Kobo Daishi, and it has the atmosphere of a temple festival.
  878. On the 21st of the leap month May, he was concurrently appointed as Kunaikyo (Director of the Imperial Household Department).
  879. On the 22nd of January, which was a leap month, since the Empress Dowager appointed the Imperial Princess Yoshiko to nyoin (a close female relative of the Emperor or a woman of comparable standing) (Shinseiwain), he resigned as kotaigo gushiki and was assigned to Shinseiwain betto (steward) at the same time.
  880. On the 22nd, Saigo gathered together with Ryoma SAKAMOTO, Shojiro GOTO and Takachika FUKUOKA and formed the Satsudo Meiyaku (the alliance with Satsuma and Tosa).
  881. On the 23th, he was called back, and in turn, Tokitada, who was Kebiishi Betto (police steward), and TAIRA no Nobunori, who was the kurodonoto (chief of the palace officers), were exiled.
  882. On the 24th, Murata had a fierce battle with Rokka-ryodan brigade of the Government army, but the difference in soldiers therebetween was difficult to overcome, then they also suffered a crushing defeat in the battle and withdrew to Miyazaki (the Battle of Miyakonojo).
  883. On the 24th, Shigetada HATAKEYAMA attacked the headquarters of the Miura clan, Kinugasa-jo Castle, together with other Taira family armies of a few thousand horse soldiers.
  884. On the 24th, he met Yoshikatsu TOKUNAGA of Sotoku of Seicho (governor conquering of Choshu), and he was entrusted with the punishment of Choshu because he had expressed his opinion.
  885. On the 24th, near Uda public office on the way to Ise Province, Prince Oama happened to see 50 draft horses which carried rice of Tomokuyu to Ise Province.
  886. On the 25th, MIYAKE no Iwatoko, a head of local officers,; MIWA no Kobito, a vice-head of the local officers,; TANAKA no Tarimaro and TAKATA no Niinomi, Yunonagashi, met Prince Oama at Suzuka public office in Ise Province.
  887. On the 25th, Narichika was returned to the position of gonchunagon (Provincial Middle Councilor), and in February, he was appointed the uhyoe no kami (Captain of the right) kebiishi betto (Secretary in the Office of Police and Judicial Chief).
  888. On the 25th, all of foreign countries contacted declared their position of neutrality.
  889. On the 25th, he entered Suzuka County of Ise Province with a few dozen men, and met MIYAKE no Iwatoko, MIWA no Kobito, Yu-no-unagashi TANAKA no Tarimaro and TAKATA no Niinomi.
  890. On the 26th in Mishima.'
  891. On the 26th of April, he was promoted to Juichii (Junior First Rank) and was assigned to Jun-daijin (Vice Minister).
  892. On the 26th of December, when they reached Fuke Angu (temporary lodging built to accommodate an Imperial visit) in Hine-gun, Izumi Province on the way back home, the weather worsened.
  893. On the 26th of the same month, soon after Mitsuhide's death, when Hideyoshi HASHIBA (Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI) was opposed to Katsuie SHIBATA in Kiyosu Kaigi (the meeting at Kiyosu) for deciding the affairs like the succeeding personnel of the Oda family, Toshiie took sides with Katsuie because he had been Katsuie's yoriki.
  894. On the 26th of the same month, the premium was conferred on meritorious vassals in the Restoration of Imperial Rule.
  895. On the 26th, the six princes paid their respects before the Emperor in front of Otono (palace).
  896. On the 27th in Shimizu.'
  897. On the 27th of the same month, the day of Sokui no rei, a proclaimer read out the manifesto, and highest ranked attendant offered congratulations and recited an old poem.
  898. On the 27th, the battle began, and Yorimasa's army dropped deck plates of the Uji-bashi Bridge for opposition, but they failed to prevent the Taira forces from crossing the Uji-gawa River.
  899. On the 27th, they met Yoritomo on Ryojima Island, Hirakita District, Awa Province.
  900. On the 27th, they were caught by a subjugation force led by TAIRA no Tomomori, and finally entered into battle with the large Taira army with the Uji-gawa River as the frontline.
  901. On the 28th in Kakegawa.'
  902. On the 28th of each month
  903. On the 28th, the Kishu army arrived to help and tried to attack the Kishiwada army with 8,000 soldiers combined with the five castles' soldiers.
  904. On the 28th, the Taira clan army occupied Nara-zaka slope and Hannya-ji Temple, and transferred the headquarter into Hannya-ji Temple.
  905. On the 29th arrived at Yoshida.'
  906. On the 29th of the leap month February, 972, he was transferred to the post of Deputy Junior Council of State.
  907. On the 29th of the second October (in the old calendar), Yoshimoto IMAGAWA mediated between two parties to establish peace between them, and then both sides withdrew their forces.
  908. On the 29th, because it is dangerous, they announced and pledged that it would be carried out in the daytime, but the gun powder and explosives were carried out from Kusamuta Magazine of the army to the Sekiryu-maru without notice or a sign at night.
  909. On the 29th, when KIYOKAWA summoned his comrades and announced a return to Edo in order to carry out Joi SERIZAWA and KONDO objected against this; they requested to remain in Kyoto and left the Roshigumi.
  910. On the 29th, when Yoritomo launched the operation to expel Yoshitsune, leading his army by himself, Yoshitsune intended to go to Kyushu in order to recover his forces staying in Saigoku (western Japan).
  911. On the 2nd of May, 1665, he was awarded Junior Third Rank, and on May 11, appointed Sachujo (Middle Captain of the Left Division of Inner Palace Guards).
  912. On the 2nd, he reached Kiso-gawa River in Owari Province, and as a major shogun he led over 10,000 men and protected Kakamigahara City with FUJIWARA no Hideyasu, Moritsuna, Takashige and Taneyoshi MIURA.
  913. On the 30th day of the tenth month of 726, Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) MURAKUNI no Shigamaro was appointed a Zotongushi (palace builder) along with seventeen others, including Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) KADOBE no Okimi and Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) TAJIHI no Hirotari.
  914. On the 30th his born was collected.
  915. On the 31st, Kirino and Murata directed the army and fought in Miyazaki, but they lost again, and Satsu-gun withdrew to Hirose and Sadowara (the Battle of Miyazaki).
  916. On the 31st, Prince Oama went to Wazami where he inspected the military affairs, and went back.
  917. On the 3200 Series train cars, the background of the type display becomes black.
  918. On the 3rd Floor there is a sanctuary of Buddhist statues, which exhibits cultural properties including three standing statues: Wooden statue of Bishamonten, Wooden statue of Kosshouten, and Wooden statue of Zennishi-doji.
  919. On the 3rd, he fought against the Kamakura side, but the Imperial army, even when combined with others, had just over 20,000 men, which was less than half of the enemy's forces, and he lost and returned to the capital.
  920. On the 5th day of the same month, Taketoki raised an army and set fire to several places in Hakata, and burned them away.
  921. On the 6th, Yosninobu TOKUGAWA escaped from Osaka castle with councilor Katamori MATSUDAIRA, and Gaikoku-bugyo Sadaaki MATSUDAIRA, and a few others, and got on the Kaiyo warship and left for Edo.
  922. On the 7th, the gunpowder factory and the hospital were moved to Kumada, the new base, as was directed by Ikegami.
  923. On the 8th of each month
  924. On the 95th day of his seclusion (April 5th of the same year), he had a dream in which Prince Shotoku (or Kannon Bosatsu's incarnation) appeared and said, "If you have sexual intercourse because of your previous karma, I will take your sin instead becoming the woman for you.
  925. On the 9th, during all the uproar, Sumiyoshi KAWAMURA came to visit Saigo by Takaomaru Ship, but was unable to meet him.
  926. On the 9th, he was appointed to the position of head clerk and personal-to-a-person Karo, chief retainer (not inherited).
  927. On the Amago side Haruhisa died in the previous year and was succeeded by his son Yoshihisa AMAGO.
  928. On the Article of May 23, 1185 in "Azuma Kagami" (The Mirror of the East), he was described as one of 24 appointments without permission who were offended by Yoritomo and appointed to Umanojo.
  929. On the August 28, 1871, Mohei's private property, including mining rights of the copper mine, was confiscated following a mistaken government audit of the Morioka Domain and Mohei.
  930. On the Battle of Sekigahara, he belonged to the West squad and was in charge of defending around Osaka-jo Castle as rusui (keeper) and a garrison of Osaka-jo Castle.
  931. On the Book of Imperial Lineage, the reigning name and the title are not registered (official announcements are made through an official gazette in accordance with the notification formality stipulated by the Imperial Household Agency).
  932. On the Bunroku War in 1592, he took up a camp of his troops around Nagoya-jo Castle in Hizen Province.
  933. On the Choyo day, the flower of chrysanthemum is covered with yellow floss silk, dyed with plant-dyes, and on the following early morning, yellow floss silk that absorbed morning dew is taken off the chrysanthemum.
  934. On the Daini-Keihan-Doro Bypass, the distance marked on each respective sign originates from the Oguraike Interchange in the direction of Kadoma Junction, while on the Rakunan Renraku Road the distance on kilometer posts, for example “洛0.5,” which originates from the union with the Hanshin Expressway Route No. 8 Kyoto Line.
  935. On the Deccan Plateau in India, Ugadu (the new year) is set during a term between March and April in the Gregorian calendar.
  936. On the Effect of Dilating the Pupil by Ephedra
  937. On the Empress's way back from Silla, Jinrinki that failed in becoming a Buddha transformed itself into Ushioni and attacked her again, but Sumiyoshi Sanjin (Sumiyoshi three deities) held its hones and threw it away.
  938. On the February 1 and 7, there was a rumor that daishu may go into Kyoto again, and Goshirakawa ordered kebiishi to guard Nishisakamoto.
  939. On the Fukuchiyama Line: Tsukaguchi Station, Inadera Station, Itami Station, Kita-Itami Station, Kawanishi-Ikeda Station, Nakayamadera Station and Takarazuka Station
  940. On the Hibukuro (the place where the fire is lit) there are embossed carvings of Bosatsu (Bodhisattva) playing musical instruments.
  941. On the Hojo side, Ujimasa arrived at a fort in Mt. Mifune (Kimitsu City), a low mountain in eastern Kazusa Province, to counterattack the Satomi army, while a navy of the Hojo clan was carefully watching Sanuki-jo Castle located in the opposite side of the fort.
  942. On the Hokuriku Shinkansen line, the section where the 50 Hz power supply and the 60 Hz power supply are switched is provided between the Karuizawa Station and Sakudaira Station.
  943. On the Ieyasu's portraits for prayer, which are known as Toshogu-Mikage (image of Toshogu, Ieyasu TOKUGAWA), a white hawk is often drawn.
  944. On the JR Tozai Line (Amagasaki - Kyobashi), they stop at every station.
  945. On the January 24, 1868 (in the old calendar), Naohiro ANDO, the 16th Ando clan head was recognized as a daimyo by the Meiji government.
  946. On the January 24, 1868, Masamitsu Naruse, the ninth Naruse clan head was recognized as a daimyo by the Meiji government.
  947. On the January 24, 1868, Masatomo TAKETOSHI, the tenth Takekoshi clan head was recognized as a daimyo by the Meiji government.
  948. On the January 24, 1868, Nobuaki NAKAYAMA, the 14th Nakayama clan head was recognized as a daimyo by the Meiji government.
  949. On the January 24, 1868, Tadamoto MIZUNO (the lord of the Kii-Shingu domain), the tenth Mizuno clan head was recognized as a daimyo by the Meiji government.
  950. On the Japan Sea side, Dewa no saku was relocated to the present Akita City (later Akita-jo Castle) in 733.
  951. On the Jinmu tosei (Eastern expedition of the Emperor Jinmu), when the emperor failed to kill Nagasunehiko and was beleaguered in the Mount Kumano, Takakuraji presented the Futsumitama sword to the Emperor Jinmu.
  952. On the Joetsu Shinkansen line, Compact UrEDAS, which was a customized version of the Urgent Earthquake Detection and Alarm System 'UrEDAS,' was employed.
  953. On the Karasuma Line of the Kyoto Municipal Subway, where a station was placed at the crossing of a street and the Karasuma-dori Street, only the street name was given as the station name (such as Gojo Station and Marutamachi Station).
  954. On the Katsura Campus site, Kyoto Prefectural Katsura Elementary School East Extension Campus was established in September 1968.
  955. On the Keihan Keishin Line, all trains from the direction of Hamaotsu returned from this station before Uzumasa Tenjingawa Station became operational on January 16, 2008.
  956. On the Keihan Line, the city name is usually given to a station located in the central area of a city, such as Moriguchi City Station and Hirakata City Station, but this station is the only one in which "City" isn't included in the name.
  957. On the Keihoku Town side the road is closed with a gate immediately after it branches off from the current national route so it is not possible to drive through.
  958. On the Korean Peninsula, people have traditionally admired the person who ruled Chugen (China) as emperor, and considered only that person qualified to use the term '皇' (emperor).
  959. On the Korean Peninsula, the term "Tenka" was seldom used historically.
  960. On the Kosei up line, soon after leaving the exit on the Yamashina side, there is a railroad signal (1st block signal, with 5 lights).
  961. On the Koya pond, in the water under a clump of reeds, reflected clear moonlight of the winter are seen like pieces of ice. (Shoku Shui Wakashu (12th Imperial Anthology), Volume 8, other Autumn poetry/a poem in winter)
  962. On the Kyoto Line, at the part of the platform, a little bit out of the required position at which the seven-car train is to stop, there is a notice indicating the forefront position and the time schedules of the seven-car trains.
  963. On the Kyoto Prefectural side, there is Oyamazaki Junction and Oyamazaki Interchange on Meishin Expressway where Keiji Bypass, which functions as a bypass of Meishin Expressway, diverges into Uji and Shiga (Meishin Seta Higashi Junction).
  964. On the Menkyo-kaiden (full proficiency) in Ono School Ittoryu (swordplay tradition), he later became a student of Shusaku Chiba of Hokushin Ittoryu.
  965. On the Nankai Electric Railway, special express tickets for limited express trains can be purchased with the card (excluding part of the ticket office or sales office inside the train).
  966. On the New Year's Day 1581, a new year gift was given by Eishun TAMONIN.
  967. On the New Year's Day in 1874, he attended Ceremony of the Utakai Hajime (Imperial New Year's Poetry Reading), and in the fall of the same year, he returned home.
  968. On the New Year's Day, the next year (in 1184), Noriyori and Yoshitsune killed Yoshinaka in the Battle of Uji-gawa River, and proceeded into Kyoto as local governors to Yoritomo.
  969. On the November 1, he withdrew his main force from 'the Battle of Noda-jo Castle and Fukushima-jo Castle.'
  970. On the Order of the Precious Crown and the Collar of the Supreme Order of the Chrysanthemum (Imperial Edict No, 1 in 1888)
  971. On the Osaka side in particular, limited expresses of Kintetsu Railway as well have an advantageous point in that, although Shin-Osaka, the terminal station of the Shinkansen line, is located far from the Minami area, the station for the limited expresses (for example, Nanba Station) is located within walking distance from the area.
  972. On the Peach Festival (also known as the Girls' Festival) celebrated every year on March 3, Setsuko displayed the hina dolls (dolls displayed at the Girls' Festival), which she brought with her from her family home when she married into the Imperial family, in the Imperial Palace.
  973. On the Ritsuryo system of Tang, it was the common principle that hierarchy of government officials were decided by the government post, and Ikai was only the index to describe the grade of the government post.
  974. On the Sakaya's part, they took every measure to get around the decree and as a result, the sake brewing control of the bakufu produced aspects of a vicious circle.
  975. On the Sanyo Shinkansen line, Hakata Station, its terminal station, is located close to Hakata airport.
  976. On the Sanyo Shinkansen line, trains called "Hikari Rail Star" have been introduced based on customer needs.
  977. On the Seki-Kata section, a down train ran over some earth and sand caused by a landslide and passenger cars fell into a river.
  978. On the Shiragi-goto (Shiragi-style koto) called Kinpaku wanokusagata otorigata (literally, grass and big bird patterns using thin gold rings) in the Shosoin Treasures, patterns with the kirikane techniques, such as lozenges, pine leaves, grass flowers and a phoenix drawn using curves, and so on, can be seen.
  979. On the Shoheki walls, 18 murals of Sanchu Rakan zu were painted (there were other Shoheki above the six doors, and then the total was 18 walls).
  980. On the Shonai Peninsula, there are many place-names based on the Urashima legend, such as Namari, where Taro was born, and Mt. Shiudeyama, the smoke from which rose from the casket in the tale.
  981. On the Suda Hachiman Shrine Mirror owned by Suda Hachiman-gu Shrine in Wakayama Prefecture, the following description is seen.
  982. On the Terrace
  983. On the Tokaido Shinkansen line and the Sanyo Shinkansen line, which are operated by JR Tokai and JR West, respectively, the nickname of a train is given based on its operating speed, and on the Shinkansen line operated by JR East, it is given corresponding to its operating direction or its destination.
  984. On the Tokaido Shinkansen, safety fences are provided in some stations (for example, Shizuoka Station and Hamamatsu Station) as well, even though tracks for passing trains are provided separately from the tracks where trains stop.
  985. On the Yamagata Shinkansen line where through operation with the regular railway line has been introduced, accidents at railway-crossings between Tsubasa trains and cars have occurred frequently.
  986. On the Yamatoji Line, operations include running the home liner called 'Yamatoji Liner,' running Yamatoji Rapid Services and rapid trains, running trains according to train type and train section, conforming to operations on the Osaka Higashi Line and local trains (trains that stop at every station).
  987. On the abdication of Emperor Yozei, there was a dispute about the succession, and although Toru insisted that he was one of the descendant of an Emperor, he was pushed aside by FUJIWARA no Mototsune.
  988. On the advertising board for a yose, the name of a tori is written in the boldest, largest letters.
  989. On the advice of Tsuyoshi INUKAI, Saionji resigned from the head of Seiyu-kai Party, so that the withdraw of the cabinet was requested by the Seiyu-kai Party alone.
  990. On the afternoon of June 22 (the time varies according to materials), the celebration was started by an opening speech of ISHIKAWA, the originator.
  991. On the agreed date of May 10, under the direction of Genzui KUSAKA and others, the Choshu clan attacked foreign vessels crossing the Kanmon Channel with gunfire.
  992. On the anniversary of her death in August, he holds a memorial service for a mandala of the Buddhist paradise for which Murasaki no ue said a prayer during her lifetime.
  993. On the anniversary of the death of Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI on July 15, a memorial service for him is held at Hachimanyama (Omihachiman City, Shiga Prefecture) by the chief priest of Zuiryu-ji Temple (Omihachiman City).
  994. On the appointment and dismissal of vice junior officials in Tokyo University held on July 14 of the same year, Juntaro was appointed doctor on duty (university assistant) in the surgical department.
  995. On the arrival of the mikoshi at the otabisho, the Otabisho-sai Ceremony is performed.
  996. On the assassination day, December 10, 1867, Ryoma was said to be on the second floor of the main building of the house of Shinsuke OMIYA who carried on trade of soy sauce at Takoyakushi in Kawaramachi, since Ryoma had a cold on that day.
  997. On the assumption that the weight of one supermarket checkout bag is approx. 8 to 10 grams, then a sake cup (approx. 16 to 18 milliliter) of crude oil is considered to be consumed in the manufacturing process.
  998. On the average, the grade of its inclined plane is twenty-five to twenty-six degrees.
  999. On the back are butterflies and birds painted with ultramarine and rokusho.
  1000. On the back of "Kugyobunin" (directory of court nobles) 天平廿一午条百済王敬福, it says 'Nanten's younger brother.'

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