; オンラインWikipedia日英京都関連文書対訳コーパス(英和) 見出し単語一覧

オンラインWikipedia日英京都関連文書対訳コーパス(英和) 見出し単語一覧

28 / 438ページ
データ総見出し数 437939

  1. Amenouzume comes to be called 'Sarume no kimi' afterwards.
  2. Amenouzume gathered together many fish, both large and small, and asked them whether they would be willing to work for Tenson (Ninigi).
  3. Amenouzume is the patriarchal deity of the Sarume clan.
  4. Amenouzume replied that they were congratulating on the appearance of the new deity more precious than her, and the great mirror was shown to Amaterasu by Amenokoyane and Futodama.
  5. Amenouzume returned after bringing Satutahiko to his destination, and she gathered all the fishes and asked if they would serve Amatsukami's son (Ninigi).
  6. Amenouzume-jinja Shrine
  7. Amenowakahiko
  8. Amenowakahiko (天若日子) is also written as 天雅彦 and the god of Yumiya who has Amenomakagoyumi (bow) and Amenohabaya (arrow) with spiritual powers.
  9. Amenowakahiko is a deity from Japanese mythology.
  10. Amenowakahiko shot Nakime with the arrow which had been given by Takamusuhi, and the arrow flew up to Takamusuhi in Takamanohara.
  11. Amenowakahiko was popular among ordinary people as a tragic and rebellious deity because of his falling love with Shitateruhime and giving up on his mission and then being killed for the sin.
  12. Amenowakahiko's father, Amatsukunitama and the mother heard it, and descended to the earth, building a temporary structure where the coffin of the deceased was placed.
  13. Amenowakahiko, however, took as his wife Shitateruhime, the daughter of Okuninushi, and made plans to rule over Ashihara no Nakatsukuni himself and, after eight years, still had not returned to Takamanohara (Plain of High Heaven).
  14. Amenoyukawatana no mikoto
  15. American Gothic brick building with an iron roof.
  16. American Gothic style brick-build building with steel sheet roofing.
  17. American Ise ebi, or Panulirus argus (Latreille, 1804)
  18. American Studies
  19. American eel (Anguilla rostrata)
  20. American football Kansai Student League matches
  21. American football ground
  22. American poultry farmers farm chickens in accordance with a guideline of a heat treatment established by FDA and WHO not premising that eggs be eaten fresh.
  23. American ships had been allowed to dock since 1854, and in 1859 the port of Hakodate was officially opened, with the area of Motomachi set aside for the settlement.
  24. American-Gothic brick building with a tiled roof.
  25. Ameterumitama no Kami
  26. Ametoyotakaraikashihitarashihime no Sumeramikoto, the Empress Kogyoku
  27. Ametsuchi no Uta (a Japanese pangram)
  28. Ametsuchi no Uta (literally, song of heaven and earth) is a pangram, which contains all the kana (the Japanese syllabary) characters as syllables of song.
  29. Ametsuhikone no mikoto
  30. Ametsutsu Chidorimashitoto Nadosakerutome (18)
  31. Ameyorozu no Mikoto
  32. Ameyorozutoyohi no Sumeramikoto, the Emperor Kotoku
  33. Amezaiku
  34. Amezaiku (candy fashioned in human and animal forms)
  35. Amezaiku in each country
  36. Amezaiku of western confectionery and that of traditional Japanese confectionery have developed, though there is no interaction between them in this field as documents and origins were different, and the method of production or technique are not so different.
  37. Amezaiku refers to one of the techniques of confectionery production and making of shaped forms by using candy-paste which is made from heating sugar, or the shaped forms.
  38. Amherst College
  39. Amherst Dormitory
  40. Amherst House
  41. Amherst House (Doshisha University Imadegawa Campus)
  42. Amherst House (Imadegawa Campus)
  43. Ami-ha School
  44. Ami-ha school is one of the painting schools representing the Muromachi Period.
  45. Amid a decline of tea ceremony, he tried very hard to maintain his family business by taking various measures including employment by Kyoto City University of Arts.
  46. Amid a deepened confrontation between 'the retired Empress Koken and Dokyo' and 'the Emperor Junnin and Nakamaro', Nakamaro felt his position was threatened and had himself appointed as Totoku (a governor general) to obtain more military power.
  47. Amid a large-scale stage fight, Rikiya and Shinzaemon KATSUTA fight against Moronao's son Moroyasu KO and Heihachiro KOBAYASHI, respectively.
  48. Amid growing complaints about the Taira tyranny, Yorimasa planned to take up arms against the Taira family in conjunction with Prince Mochihito and conveyed the Prince's message to topple the Taira's administration to all the Minamoto clan samurai throughout the whole country.
  49. Amid political turmoil, at the end of the Edo period, the 15th Shogun, Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA returned political power to the Imperial Court (Taisei Hokan), and diminished the legitimate reason for the movement to overthrow the Tokugawa Shogunate.
  50. Amid social unrest, han bills were abolished in 1757.
  51. Amid the Japan-US trade conflicts from the '80s, import liberalization of orange started in 1991.
  52. Amid the intensifying military tension, Shojiro GOTO in Tosa Domain, who received advice from Ryoma SAKAMOTO (Senchu hassaku [the basic outline of the new regime drawn up by Ryoma Sakamoto]), proposed Taisei Hokan theory which would avoid armed clash to Yodo YAMAUCHI, the former lord of domain.
  53. Amid the intervention by neighboring countries, he adopted the pro-Russian policy and tried to exclude the intervention by Japan.
  54. Amid the loud calls for reducing the medical expense to reduce the budget deficit, the federal government exhorted the nation to decrease the intake of fat and cholesterol as well as to take lots of proteins and carbohydrates.
  55. Amid the mayhem of the conflicts between the Northern and the Southern courts, a cousin of Tsunemori KIKKAWA, Tsunekane KIKKAWA and his son, Tsunemi KIKKAWA became allegiant to the Southern Court.
  56. Amid the ongoing modernization and westernization of system, the custom of Setto remained as a practice of granting a sword to marshal.
  57. Amid the political domination by the Taira family, he was granted Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank), the highest ever granted to anybody in the Seiwa-Genji (Minamoto clan), with the highest rank before him being Shoshiinoge (Senior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade); thus, he was called Gen-zanmi.
  58. Amid the situation, Nisshin advocated Fujufuse-gi.
  59. Amid the sounds of a hanging bell and cawing of crows, Yuranosuke walks and sits down facing the gate a third of the way down the hanamichi, and he puts both of his hands on the floor.
  60. Amid the transition of the film industry from heyday to falling period due to the start of TV broadcasting service, many people involved in films held hostility towards TV and looked down on it.
  61. Amid the trend for local consumption of locally produced products, development of superior yeasts along with sakamai is the key factor for local municipalities to improve the local sake quality and reconstruct the local industries.
  62. Amid the uncertain situation of Ezo due to the continuing Boshin War, SHIMIZUDANI headed for Hakodate by ship across the Sea of Japan.
  63. Amid their retreat, the Shinsen-gumi masterless warrior party joined HIJIKATA in Inawashiro Town.
  64. Amid this development, the clash between rice dealers and citizens that broke out in Toyama Prefecture spread quickly throughout the country, with rice riots involving destruction and burning of stores occurring frequently for two months.
  65. Amid this, in December 1912, Yusaku UEHARA, Minister of Army in the second cabinet of Kinmochi SAIONJI proposed to increase two divisions of army.
  66. Amida (Amitabha) worship is the religious belief based on the Pure Land of Buddhism which believes in justification by belief and preaches that praying to Amida Nyorai would lead you to heaven.
  67. Amida Buddha halls led to the birth of Amida Raigo-zu (image of the descent of Amida Buddha).
  68. Amida Buddha has achieved his purpose and resides in the pure land.
  69. Amida Buddha in Jocho style is placed in the hall, and a gorgeous raigo-zu (image of the descent of Amida Buddha) are painted on the walls or columns.
  70. Amida Buddha made the Original Vow to lead those who honor its own myogo (name of the Buddha) to the Pure Land, and completed all the merits for going to the heaven, which mankind must pursue, on their behalf, as included in the myogo (Namu amidabutsu) for eko (Buddhist thoughts of outgoing and returning) for mankind.
  71. Amida Coming over the Mountains (Kyoto Zenrin-ji Temple, Kyoto City)
  72. Amida Coming over the Mountains' is one of the raigo-zu which is known as a collection of books of Zenrin-ji Temple (Kyoto City) (National Treasure), and has a large exaggerated picture of Amida Nyorai coming over the mountains to collect someone.
  73. Amida Hall
  74. Amida Hall of Hokai-ji Temple: Originally a second house owned by Sukenari HINO, transformed into a temple by him around 1050.
  75. Amida Nyorai (Amitabha Tathagata)
  76. Amida Nyorai (Amitabha Tathagata) (Namu Amida Buddha)
  77. Amida Nyorai (Amitabha Tathagata) (with seven halo in the picture image)
  78. Amida Nyorai (Amitabha Tathagata): 15th of each month
  79. Amida Nyorai (west)
  80. Amida Nyorai Sho' - 'Hozobosatsuiniji - Hisshimetsudoganjoju'
  81. Amida Nyorai and 29 figures of Bosatsu were full in the big picture, and all of them are described as seated statues facing the front.
  82. Amida Nyorai and the 25 bodhisattvas are shown as if guiding a soul to the Western Pure Land Paradise; a scene which is often depicted in painting but is rarely represented using life sized three-dimensional statues.
  83. Amida Nyorai told Ariyori, who was grieving about what he had done, that the hawk was an incarnation of the God of Mt. Tate who was sent to guide him to Amida Nyorai and that he should become a priest and found a temple on Mt.Tate.
  84. Amida Sanzon statue, Standing Statue of Fudo-Myoo, and Standing Statue of Bishamonten at Joraku-ji Temple in Kanagawa Prefecture (important cultural asset) (1189).
  85. Amida Sanzon-zo (the statue of Amida Triad) (bronze statues, the important cultural property) in West room in Kondo hall of Horyu-ji Temple: 1232
  86. Amida Sanzon-zo (the statue of Amida Triad) in Horyu-ji Temple
  87. Amida Shoju Raigo (Descent of Amida and the Heavenly Multitude) painting (Mount Koya,Yushi-Hachimanko)
  88. Amida Shoju Raigo (Descent of Amida and the Heavenly Multitude) painting (Rapid Descent) (Chion-in Temple)
  89. Amida Shouju Raigo zu, colored on silk (Amida Shoju Raigo zu in the Kenpon-Chakushoku style)
  90. Amida Tathagata emerges from suchness and is manifested in various bodies; transformed, accommodated, and fulfilled.
  91. Amida Worship
  92. Amida Worship from the Kamakura Period Onwards
  93. Amida kuonjo-kyo (The Sutra on the Dharani of Amida Drum-Sound King)
  94. Amida sutra written in gold letters on dark blue paper by Emperor Go-Nara
  95. Amida triad
  96. Amida triad images of so-called 'Amida triad images of Zenko-ji temple-style,' which are seen in temples across Japan, are of the same style.
  97. Amida triad is one style to place a Buddhist image in Buddhism.
  98. Amida triad standing statue, the principal image of Moto-zenko-ji Temple (Nagano): unveiled once every 7 years.
  99. Amida triad standing statue, the principal image of Zenko-ji Temple (Nagano); never unveiled ('absolute' hibutsu).
  100. Amida triad statue (important cultural property), the principal image of Kai-Zenko-ji Temple (Yamanashi)
  101. Amida triad statue, the principle image of Shinshu Zenko-ji Temple; according to a record kept by the temple, the first Buddhist image presented to Japan by Sho Myoo (the King of Kudara, an ancient Korean kingdom) in the 6th century was somehow carried all the way to Nagano to become the principal image of the temple.
  102. Amida worship was first introduced into Japan during the Nara period and mixed together with Miroku Bosatsu (Buddha of the Future, Bodhisattva of the Present) belief as ancestral worship.
  103. Amida's compassionate instructions of virtue necessary for reaching the Pure Land and then returning again to this world, is made clear by the MasterT'an-luan; and with concern and care, he teaches the significance of those who are benefited and then go on to benefit others.
  104. Amida-do (Amida Hall): Seated on a location slightly higher than the Miei-do.
  105. Amida-do Bell Tower
  106. Amida-do Hall
  107. Amida-do Hall (temple hall having an enshrined image of Amitabha)
  108. Amida-do Hall (temple hall having an enshrined image of Amitabha): The honzon appealed to the Saimyo-ji Temple (Kora Town).
  109. Amida-do Hall architecture
  110. Amida-do Hall architecture is one of the indications that represent the nationwide expansion of the Jodo sect.
  111. Amida-do Hall was a Buddhist temple in which to put Amida Buddha, as shown in its name, and it was actively constructed after the Sekkan (regency) period.
  112. Amida-do Hall was moved to kimon ('demon's gate'; the northeast of one's position, superstitiously believed to be unlucky) of the Yoshikawa residence in 1241, and continued until modern times, but was dismantled after Meiji Restoration and the graves of Chikahiro and Noritsuna now remain at the site.
  113. Amida-do hall
  114. Amida-do hall: Houses the principal image seated statue of Amida Nyorai.
  115. Amida-ji Temple
  116. Amida-ji Temple (Joyo City) : Mokuzo-yakushi-nyorai-ritsuzo, or Wooden Standing Image of Healing Buddha (Important Cultural Property)
  117. Amida-ji Temple (Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City)
  118. Amida-ji Temple (Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City)
  119. Amida-ji Temple (Takashima City)
  120. Amida-ji Temple is a Buddhist temple of Shingon Risshu sect located in Shinasahi-cho, Takashima City, Shiga Prefecture.
  121. Amida-ji Temple is a temple belonging to the Chinzei school of the Pure Land Sect located in Kochidani in the northern part of Ohara, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City.
  122. Amida-ji Temple is the temple of the Jodo (Pure Land) sect in Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto City.
  123. Amida-kyo (Amida Sutra)
  124. Amida-kyo Sutra
  125. Amida-mon gate
  126. Amidado (temple hall having an enshrined image of Amitabha) of Hokai-ji Temple [Hino Nishi Omichi-cho, Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City]
  127. Amidado (temple hall with an enshrined image of Amitabha)
  128. Amidado Hall of Hokai-ji Temple: Fushimi-ku Ward, Kyoto Prefecture
  129. Amidado hall (temple hall having an enshrined image of Amitabha) of Ojo Gokurakuin [Ohara Raikoin-cho, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City]
  130. Amidakuji, lottery
  131. Amidanyorai
  132. Amidanyorai in Japan is near to the latter.
  133. Amidanyorai, being Amitaabha or Amitaayus in Sanskrit, is one of the Nyorai in Mahayana Buddhism.
  134. Amidaraigozu (a picture of Amidabha coming on purple clouds to welcome the spirits of the dead) colored on silk canvas
  135. Amidst such circumstances, even the daimyo wanted to avoid any further weakening of the bakufu's authority, since this authority was necessary for them to rule over their own territories.
  136. Amidst that backdrop, the power of a Saniwa expert, Onizaburo DEGUCHI, was needed at that time.
  137. Amijima Station and the Neyagawa connection point were abolished.
  138. Amijima Station opened.
  139. Amikomi-gaki (Woven-type fence)
  140. Amime (mesh) patterns
  141. Amino Choshiyama-kofun Tumulus is a keyhole-shaped mound in Amino-cho, Kyotango City(former Amino-cho, Takeno-gun), Kyoto Prefecture.
  142. Amino Station
  143. Amino Station - Kitsu-onsen Station - Tango-Kanno Station
  144. Amino Station, located in Amino-cho, Tango City, Kyoto Prefecture, is a stop on the Miyazu Line, which is operated by Kitakinki Tango Railway (KTR).
  145. Amino acid
  146. Amino acid - Glycine
  147. Amino acid adds umami to sake.
  148. Amino acid and many other factors affect the taste of sake in multilayered and stereoscopic ways.
  149. Amino acid level
  150. Amino acid was generated through decomposition of proteins from soybeans by enzyme generated by rice malt such as protease or amylase.
  151. Amino acids contained in sake consist of various types of minor constituents, which are derived from protein contained in raw material, rice, and decomposed, such as glutamic acid, proline, alanine, valine and leucine.
  152. Amino-cho
  153. Aminochoshiyama-kofun Tumulus
  154. Amitaayus' in Sanskrit means 'a person who has an immeasurable life,' and 'Amitaabha' means 'a person who has immeasurable light'; these show that he is a super-man who has no limit in time and space.
  155. Amitabha Buddha, which later became Amitabha Buddha, is a representative example.
  156. Amitabha Nyorai is revered in many Buddhist sects and Amida worship is a wide encompassing belief that is not restricted to one Buddhist writing, but does have an aspect that could easily fall into idol worship or a single-god (only Amida Nyorai is revered) type of thinking.
  157. Amitabha hall
  158. Amitabha hall (National Treasure): Built during the early Kamakura period.
  159. Amitabha hall: Described above
  160. Amity Tango: The (incorporated) local industry center in the Tango area
  161. Amity with China
  162. Amity with China goes back to Yayoi men who were immigrants to ancient Japan.
  163. Ammonia
  164. Ammunition and major components were compatible with both new and old Murata guns, making mass production of ammunition and more efficient supplies possible.
  165. Amogha' in the original language means 'no vain,' which indicates that this Nyorai achieves every little thing.
  166. Among "Meisho Edo Hyakkei" series, he left an excellent painting 'Akasaka Kiribata Uchu Yukei' (View of the Kiribata [Paulownia Imperiales] Trees at Akasaka on a Rainy Evening) that is highly appreciated for its composition and colors, more than 'Akasaka Kiribata' painted by Hiroshige the first.
  167. Among "The Hundred Schools of Thought" (see also the Hundred Schools of Thought in the four groups of Chinese classics), shomono such as "Chuang-tzu" and so on were left.
  168. Among 'Go-Sonae' (the five main vassals) of the Hojo clan, he was appointed as 'Ki-Sonae' (yellow vassal).
  169. Among 137 Dojo families, 68 of them are Shinke (though whether Hirohata family and the Daigo family mentioned below are Shinke or not is still controversial).
  170. Among 14 dotaku, No. 4 and 5, on which sketches of men and animals were cast, are especially valuable materials.
  171. Among 61 songs, some were lost in the latter Heian period.
  172. Among Ashikaga shuguns, Yoshinori had exercised his power on par with the one of Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA, the third Shogun, but he was very suspicious, which excessively led authoritarian behaviors, and his purge directed unrelentingly at not only samurai families but also court nobles.
  173. Among Buddhist countries in Asia, it is believed with particular fervor in Japan, as exemplified by the numerous statues.
  174. Among Buddhist memorial services to be held during the chuin period, a memorial service of Nanananoka (also referred as Jinshichinichi or Shijukunichi) is generally held at a family temple or in front of a family Buddhist alter at home and deemed as the most important one.
  175. Among Buddhist statues made in Kamakura period in the numerous statues known as one thousand Buddhas in Sanjusangendo Temple, only these donated by Tokitomo are the ones that the donator was clearly known.
  176. Among Emakimono (picture scroll) there are pictures painted only in Sumi without any colors such as the "Makura no Soshi Emaki picture rolls."
  177. Among Godai Bosatsu at To-ji Temple, Kongoharamitsu is the head Bosatsu of 'Shiharamitsu' (four paramita) placed at the east, west, south and north of Dainichinyorai in Vajradhatu Mandala.
  178. Among Gozoku (local ruling family) of Yamato sovereignty (the ancient Japan sovereignty), there were many clans who were in charge of primitive Shinto.
  179. Among Hokke-kyo Sutra and other Buddhist scriptures, there are the remains of so-called sosyoku-kyo (copying of a sutra with decorative ryoshi-paper) whose ryoshi-paper (paper for writing) is decorated with gorgeous coloring and gold and silver foil inlay
  180. Among Imperial Princes, Princes, Imperial Princesses and Princess of equal rank, male members were ranked higher than their female counterparts.
  181. Among Japanese fusuma papers, it has the widest variety such as the plain paper that makes use of the touch of torinoko, the pattern put into paper by machine and patterns accomplished by later additional processing.
  182. Among Japanese jujutsu there are schools naming themselves kenpo, but it is Chinese name of jujutsu which is often read 'yawara' while it is written kenpo (拳法).
  183. Among Japanese mythology, there exist many myths that are noted for being similar to other mythologies.
  184. Among Japanese shuriken techniques, the 'chokudaho' is the most basic way of daken, but it is a unique technique from an international standpoint.
  185. Among Japanese swords, the regular size of Uchigatana in the Edo period is about 70cm in blade length except at the very beginning and ending period, due to regulations of the Edo Shogunate (swords of more than about 88cm, that is Nodachi or field sword, were banned).
  186. Among Kaishin no Mikotonori's (the Imperial Reform Edict) four articles which the Chronicles cited regarding these reforms, the first and the fourth are known to have been altered based on the government regulations of later generations.
  187. Among Kinjushu (personal attendants) of the Takeda family, Goryoninshu (close aides) seem to have guarded her; ten of them, starting with Shinemon GOMI, were attached to her.
  188. Among Ko products, a product which is produced through the process of kneading materials and molding them into a stick and is "slender like a line" is specifically called Senko.
  189. Among Kunimochi daimyo whose surname were Matsudaira, a prioirty was given to use their territory name for the posts.
  190. Among Kunimochi daimyo whose territory was large, a prioirty was given to use their territory name for the posts.
  191. Among MIURA's famous disciples are Nobuko HARA and Toshiko SEKIYA.
  192. Among Masayoshi's children, his eldest son Tadayoshi succeeded to the Daijo clan and Takayoshi succeeded to the Satake clan.
  193. Among Mikkyo believers it is also called Vajrayana, as opposed to Mahayana Buddhism and Hinayana.
  194. Among Nariaki's sons, photos are extant only for Yoshinobu, Akitake, Yoshinori, and Mochimasa.
  195. Among Nihon Sankei, Matsushima and Miyajima are described as independent items and each ranked three triple-star.
  196. Among Nihon Sankei, Matsushima and Miyajima are described as independent items.
  197. Among Nihon teien, sometimes a garden lantern, a small arbor and a tea-ceremony room are included.
  198. Among Nijuhachibushu of Senju Kannon's Kenzoku, there is the statue of 'Gobujo Goten,' and some of them are of war gods with a sword in each hand, including in Sanjusangendo Temple and the main hall of Kiyomizu-dera Temple.
  199. Among Nobori NAKAJIMA' paintings, Ito was painted when he was fighting in Shirakawa.
  200. Among Oku Koyoseki-gun, Sabukaze Koyoseki-gun is located in the southernmost area, and is the largest group.
  201. Among Ryokai-mandala (mandala of the two realms), Juniten is included in the Buddhas of Saige-in (outer court) on Garbha-mandala (Gekongobu-in).
  202. Among Sangoku Domei (tripartite alliance), the Koso Alliance between the Hojo clan, which had conflicts with Kagetora in the northern Kanto region, worked as a military alliance, and dispatched troops together.
  203. Among Sengoku daimyo, the Asakura clan in Echizen Province, the Imagawa clan in Suruga Province, and the Ouchi clan in Suo Province were particularly interested in culture.
  204. Among Senju Kannon statues, there is a statue with 27 faces instead of 11 faces, so that 'Juichimen Senju-sengen Kannon' is not always true.
  205. Among Tomonomiyatsuko are toraijin (people from overseas, especially from China and Korea, who settled in early Japan and introduced Continental culture to the Japanese) like Hata clan, Yamatonoaya clan, and Kawachinoaya clan.
  206. Among Yoshiie's children, the one who lived the longest was venerated as the leader.
  207. Among a large number of disciples, he developed painters and kibyoshi (illustrated fiction books with yellow covers) creators such as Utamaro KITAGAWA and Harumachi KOIKAWA.
  208. Among a lot of fine works of the past and present, people were struck by the sketchbook and journals from Genji's days in Suma that he presented in the final match because the drawings were excellent and the contents moved them, and Umetsubo's side prevailed.
  209. Among a lot of tea kettles, it has a unique shape similar to a crawling spider and therefore it was named 'Hiragumogama.'
  210. Among a number of lost books of the Fudoki, Tango no Kuni Fudoki remains as relatively long articles.
  211. Among a series of hashika-e painted at the time when measles prevailed during Edo in 1862, we see several works that borrowed the composition from namazu-e of seven years before.
  212. Among a variety of soups called Kaeng (Gaeng), which is a traditional Thai dish, foreigners call those rich in spice Thai curry for the sake of convenience.
  213. Among a variety of suzuri according to the localities, materials, forms and the decoration of the engravings, the famous suzuri are Tankeiken (Duanshi ink stone) and Kyujuken (Shezhou ink stone).
  214. Among acrobatics in the Meiji period, there is an acrobatics called 'Shinodazuma' which features writing with both hands at the same time, writing with a brush in one's mouth, and so on.
  215. Among actual Senju Kannon statues in Japan, many show the style of bringing two hands together in front of the stomach (on the knee in the case of seated statues) and putting Hohatsu on it.
  216. Among administrative organizations, an organization governed by the post called `Shiki' (agency) existed.
  217. Among all five pictures, the two pictures of Yotsuya Kaidan (Yotsuya Ghost Stories) and Sarayashiki (The Dish Mansion) were particularly famous.
  218. Among all the brothers and sisters of nobles, Nobutaka was the only person entrusted with commanding the subjugation of a province, aside from Nobutada, the successor.
  219. Among all the images of Bosatsu depicted upon the eight Shoheki, only this Juichimen Kannon stands facing front.
  220. Among all those stories, the story in "Konjaku monogatari shu" (Tales of Times Now and Then collection) that he took a man titled goi (Fifth Rank) from Kyoto to his residence in Tsuruga to let a man eat imogayu (sweet-potato broth) is famous (Ryunosuke AKUTAGAWA wrote a novel "Imogayu" based on this story).
  221. Among all, giving away police powers in areas nearby legations to the Powers and allowing the Powers to station their troops in various places from the coast to Beijing and so on meant no other than the denial of Qin rights in its territory and appearances of districts under the rule of the Powers.
  222. Among all, his parents' grief was bottomless and Onna san no miya, who heard that, also felt sorry for them and cried.
  223. Among all, the 'Joo yojohan (Joo's tea room with four and half tatami mats)' plan, which has been repeatedly discussed by scholars, vividly depicts the tea-room style right before the advent of Soan.
  224. Among ancient Egyptian wall paintings, there is one showing a scene where a King was being attended by servants holding a huge Hane-uchiwa (feathered fan.)
  225. Among ancient documents in the Kanazawa Library, 642 of his letters exist.
  226. Among artists, Tadanori YOKOO is publishing books of paintings under the influence of Yoshitoshi.
  227. Among audiences of kabuki, "Kyu-daime" (the ninth) usually refers to the ninth Danjuro ICHIKAWA, "Roku-daime" (the sixth) usually refers to the sixth Kikugoro ONOE, therefore, at present, "Kyu-daime" and "Roku-daime" are rarely used for the other actors.
  228. Among azusayumi, used as a tool for magic by azusa-miko (shaman in Kuchiyose - spiritualism) was a short bow and she carried it around in a small bamboo trunk.
  229. Among bonds issued at the time, it was issued in the largest quantity, reaching a grand total of 173 million 900 thousand yen; all payments were completed in 1890.
  230. Among books in their early stage are Keicho Chokuhan, published by order of the Emperor Goyozei; Fushimi-ban and Suruga-ban editions, published by order of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA; and Yoboji-ban and Honkokuji-ban editions, published by temples.
  231. Among books on yusoku kojitsu, the three books "Saikyuki" written by MINAMOTO no Takaakira, "Hokuzansho" written by FUJIWARA no Kinto, and "Goke-shidai" written by OE no Masafusa were respected as 'kosei no kikan' (a paragon for the future generation) and treated as special cases.
  232. Among buke hokonin (servant for a samurai family), wakato (young samurai) was shibun and in the class of 'kachi.'
  233. Among burial goods, there was a sword with 'Zhongping,' the era name inscription inlaid with 24 letters.
  234. Among buses operating on Route No. 75C, only those heading for Kintetsu Shin-Tanabe stop at Osumihama (to go to Yawata, passengers take buses from Ikejima, one bus stop closer to Yawata, or from Nakajimabashi that is one bus stope closer to Kintetsu Shin-Tanabe.)
  235. Among busho of his generation of the Southern Court, Masanori was the most excellent tactician, and frequently showed good fights like halting and throwing back a large army of the Northern Court including the army of KO no Moroyasu with his small-scale army under the outperformed circumstances.
  236. Among cabinet officials who supported the law, Shigemasa KITAMI, a lord chamberlain, established doghouses in his own domain after Tsunayoshi built large-scale kennels in Nakano (Nakano ward), Yotsuya and Okubo (Shinjuku ward).
  237. Among cars of Keihanshin Local Line, two cars deposited at the Kobe Station were burnt up for the first time when a Kobe air raid was made on March 17, 1945.
  238. Among children of Ako Roshi, those who were over 15 were sentenced to exile except for those who had entered the Buddhist priesthood.
  239. Among chonmage today, sumo wrestlers' hair style at training time is the most similar to the quintessential chonmage although they do not have part of their forehead shaved.
  240. Among citrus fruits it is relatively resistant to cold, and it's one of the few types that can grow naturally in the Far East.
  241. Among classical ghost illustrations, "Oiwa san" in "Hyaku Monogatari (A Hundred Ghost Stories)" by Hokusai KATSUSHIKA and "Kamiya Iemon Oiwa no Baukon" by Kuniyoshi UTAGAWA are the known prints of lantern ghosts.
  242. Among common people, the Oie style was still firmly favored.
  243. Among common samurai families and townspeople, tabo was generally puffed out downward in the Kanto region and puffed a little round in the Kansai region.
  244. Among connoisseurs, there is a certain course in ordering yakitori, as is often said to start with 'kawa' and finish with 'senzanki' (fried chicken).
  245. Among contemporary poets, Fushimi-in led the group with 93 poems,followed by Sanekane SAIONJI and Tamenori KYOGOKU's daughter Tameko KYOGOKU (60 poems each), Shoshi SAIONJI (49), and Tamekane KYOGOKU (36), gathering all the major poets of the early Kyogoku faction.
  246. Among court nobles of Daikakuji-to (imperial lineage starting with Emperor Kameyama) who were ousted from important posts in the court of Emperor Hanazono one after another, Moronobu alone promoted as an exception to Dainagon (chief councilor of state) in 1316.
  247. Among court nobles, suikan called 'choken' (outer garment with wide sleeves) made of undyed white plain weave silk or thick white plain weave silk with white strings, black sodekukuri (straps to turn up the cuffs), tassels and black tassels of the same material, was often used as formal wear for boys before they came of age.
  248. Among court nobles, treated in such a way, were only Kunitsuna and four other nobles--TAIRA no Munemori, TAIRA no Tokitada, FUJIWARA no Takasue, and Michichika TSUCHIMIKADO.
  249. Among creators, for example, some are "craftsman" type people who mechanically produce things according to given designs, and others are "plastic artist" type people who embody their own idea in their works.
  250. Among daiginjoshu, those for which only polished rice, malted rice, and water are used as raw materials are called junmai daiginjoshu.
  251. Among daimyo (Japanese territorial lords) Shigemura DATE, Shigehide SHIMAZU, and Naritoki MATSUDAIRA, are famous as devotees of Taka-gari and especially the books which Naritoki MATSUDAIRA collected for research are housed in Tokyo National Museum, Shimane prefectural library, etc.
  252. Among daimyo other than tenkabito (person becoming the ruler of the country) and their families, Jusanmi was the highest rank, but Yoshitaka OUCHI was promoted from Jusanmi to Junii (Junior Second Rank), and with time, there were more cases going beyond Jusanmi.
  253. Among daimyo, only fudai daimyo (a daimyo in hereditary vassal to the Tokugawa family), who were promised to become members of the cabinet of advisors such as roju (senior councillor), were given both additional territories and promotions as rewards.
  254. Among daisu, there are Sotan konomi (favorite) and Enshu konomi, and these two have the same name but their shapes are completely different.
  255. Among den-pon (existent transcriptions and published books), there is no old manuscript, as for block printing rufu-bon, there remain a katakana-bon (book in Japanese katakana character) published in 1651 and a hiragana-bon (book in Japanese hiragana character) published in 1670.
  256. Among eight daughters of Ashinazuchi and Tenazuchi, she was the last to leave them for marriage and became the wife of Susano (Deity in Japanese Mythology).
  257. Among eight gods who were enshrined in the "Hasshinden" (eight shrines) in the Imperial Court, five gods have the word 'Musuhi (Musubi)' in their names.
  258. Among existing books of this area, it is the best both in quality and quantity through the Edo period.
  259. Among existing ones, "Buto" produced in shrines is representative.
  260. Among existing works in Japan, the statue at Fujii-dera Temple, which is considered to have been made in the middle of the 8th century, is recognized as the oldest work, and the statue at Toshodai-ji Temple is a work from the end of the 8th century to the beginning of the 9th century.
  261. Among factions that don't practice randori, Yoshinkan aikido and Iwama-shinshin-aikishurenkai (Iwama school) actively teach aikido as an art of self-defense.
  262. Among family names created in this way, there are many significant family names that have been passed down in an unbroken line to the present day.
  263. Among female demon masks called "Hanya [female demon] masks," the one which almost became a snake with the worst karma is called Shinja.
  264. Among flowering plants, viewing cherry blossoms are exceptionally called 'Kano' in some cases.
  265. Among folding fans developed in Europe, there were some called Hane-ogi (feathered folding fan) and Yo-sen made of lace (for handicraft) knitted onto the strips.
  266. Among former territorial lords, only Hisamitsu openly showed his antipathy to Haihan-chiken.
  267. Among founders of so-called Kamakura New Buddhism (new sects of Japanese Buddhism founded during the Kamakura period), he was the only person who did not learn in Mt. Hiei.
  268. Among ginjoshu, those to which no distilled alcohol is added, is called especially, junmai ginjoshu.
  269. Among gisho, "Hitler Diaries" was used in a case relating to fraud.
  270. Among graves built during or before the Nara period that are currently recognized as imperial mausoleums, only a few (including mausoleums of Emperor Suiko, Emperor Temchi, Emperor Tenmu and Empress Jito) can be historically and archaeologically certified as such.
  271. Among hachi-gyaku it ranked fourth and was regarded as the most serious crime among the problems involving a family.
  272. Among her children were aforementioned Emperor Seiwa and Imperial Princess Gishi who later became a Kamo Saiin (Imperial Princess appointed to serve the deities of the Kamo-jinja Shrines).
  273. Among her late poems, Nukata no Okimi had Zotoka (poetry exchanged between a man and a woman) with Yuge no miko (Prince Yuge) when the Prince accompanied Empress Jito to Yoshino; judging by the period of the imperial visit, Nukata no Okimi would certainly have lived into her sixties.
  274. Among her many brothers and sisters, Akenomiya had been so bright and intellectual since childhood that her father, the Emperor, particularly favored her, as well as her half-sister by different mother, Imperial Princess Tsuneko.
  275. Among her many graceful works, two stand out as unique.
  276. Among her poem collections were "Mugi no Yashu" (Poems of Wheat House), "Shikibu Rengetsu Nijo Wakashu" (Japanese poem collection by the two ladies: Shikibu and Rengetsu), etc.
  277. Among her sons, FUJIWARA no Muchimaro, FUJIWARA no Fusasaki, FUJIWARA no Umakai were his cousins.
  278. Among his adopted daughters was Kodaiin (Tadako), who was a daughter of Shigehide SHIMAZU (the lord of Satsuma clan) and a wife of Ienari TOKUGAWA.
  279. Among his adopted sons was the provisional chief councilor Tsunehiro KAJUJI (whose own father was the Councilor Toshimasa BOJO).
  280. Among his books were "Kinri Bunshu" (Brocade Hometown Collection of Essays).
  281. Among his books were "Person light and shade chart" and "Posthumous works in a Live Place".
  282. Among his brothers and sisters were FUJIWARA no Yasuzane, FUJIWARA no Nakazane and FUJIWARA no Ishi (Emperor Horikawa's concubine and mother of Emperor Toba).
  283. Among his brothers and sisters, Nobuyoshi CHUJO, Nobuhisa CHUJO (Shinsai), Ume who served Iemitsu TOKUGAWA as Joro (high rank female housekeeper in the inner Edo-jo Castle), Seiunin, and Kadenokoji (Shojuin) who became a concubine of Mitsutomo TOKUGAWA, are known.
  284. Among his brothers are Uchizane ICHIJO, Nakasane ICHIJO, Gon no sojo (a highest-ranking priest, next to a sojo) Jishin and Daisojo (a Buddhist priest of the highest order) Kyogon and Daisojo Ryokei, etc.
  285. Among his brothers was Takatsugu KYOGOKU.
  286. Among his brothers were FUJIWARA no Tokihira, FUJIWARA no Nakahira, etc.
  287. Among his children are FUJIWARA no Motonari, FUJIWARA no Nobuyori and FUJIWARA no Ieyori, etc.
  288. Among his children was FUJIWARA no Sayaki.
  289. Among his children was Kinmitsu SAIONJI, who became the 23rd head of the family, as well as Kinsui SAIONJI, and Kinnobu SAIONJI (also called Kimiyoshi or Zuigi).
  290. Among his children was Kunimitsu HIROHASHI.
  291. Among his children was MONONOBE no Moriya.
  292. Among his children was Shigetsuna OUCHI.
  293. Among his children was Yoshiyasu ICHIJO.
  294. Among his children were FUJIWARA no Iesuke and FUJIWARA no Toshiyasu.
  295. Among his children were FUJIWARA no Kinnari and (arguably) Yoshiko, wife of FUJIWARA no Yoshinobu.
  296. Among his children were FUJIWARA no Sanesue, FUJIWARA no Shigeko, and Yorishinobu.
  297. Among his children were FUJIWARA no Saneyori, FUJIWARA no Morosuke, etc.
  298. Among his children were FUJIWARA no Yasutada and FUJIWARA no Akitada.
  299. Among his children were Hideyuki GAMO (Gyobu no taifu (Senior Assistant Minister of Justice)), Takasato GAMO, and Hideyori OTOWA.
  300. Among his children were KI no Koresuke, KI no Koreto, KI no 伊賢, and KI no Kanesuke.
  301. Among his children were KI no Yoshimochi, who is thought to have written the Chinese preface to the 'Kokin wakashu' (Collected Waka from Ancient and Modern Times, usually abbreviated as "Kokinshu"), and KI no Yoshito, who served as kami (governor) of Iyo Province.
  302. Among his children were Motosaki KONOE, and daisojo (highest-ranking Buddhist, director of temple affairs), Ryoshin..
  303. Among his children were Motoyuki JIMYOIN, Motohide KAWABATA (Kimitora KAWABATA) who was adopted by Tokiyoshi NISHINOTOIN, Yorinao TOMIKOJI who was adopted by Hidenao TOMIKOJI, and a daughter who became the wife of Motosada JIMYOIN.
  304. Among his children were Nagamitsu HINO, Sukeo HINO, Sukenaru HINO, Yoshisue OMIYA, his daughters Tsuneto HIROHATA, Naotomo NABESHIMA, Sukeyoshi KADENOKOJI, and his adopted daughter Masakuni MORI.
  305. Among his children were Saneakira HASHIMOTO, Tsuneko HASHIMOTO (a court lady of the first rank to Emperor Ninko, the real mother of Imperial Princess Kazunomiya Chikako, Kangyoin).
  306. Among his children were Tameko (a court lady of the first rank to provisional major counselor), and Tamekane KYOGOKU.
  307. Among his children, FUNYA no Kiyomi and FUNYA no Ochi, after the death of Imperial Prince Toneri, became subjects of the state in 752 and were given the surname 'Funya' (As for the Prince Kurusu branch, it was not until the generation of his great grandson, Sukeo, that the surname 'Funya' was given to the branch.)
  308. Among his children, Mototoki JIMYOIN, Yasuharu TAKANO who founded the Takano family, the lawful wife of Nagaatsu TAKAKURA and the lawful wife of Masayuki INABA, are known.
  309. Among his children, Nagahiro KAZANIN, a daughter who became the wife of Mototatsu HIGASHIZONO, a daughter who became the wife of Sadanari NONOMIYA, a daughter who became the wife of Sanenari HASHIMOTO, and Keihime (or Sumihime) who became the wife of Michihiro MATSUMAE, are known.
  310. Among his children, Sanehisa HASHIMOTO, Iyo (Anekoji) who served as Joro-otoshiyori (high rank female housekeeper in the inner Edo-jo Castle), Masako (or Ayako or Riko) who served as Joro-otoshiyori too, and Karahashi (later changed her name to Hananoi) who served as a female housekeeper in the inner Edo-jo Castle are known.
  311. Among his children, Sanetsura KAWABATA is known.
  312. Among his children, Saneyana HASHIMOTO, Reiko, Matsuko and Natsuko who served Emperor Meiji as Naishi no suke (handmaid) are known.
  313. Among his children, Takamitsu WASHINOO, Takatada WASHINOO, a daughter who became the second wife of Yoritaka SAGARA, Tenchoin (the wife of Hiroyoshi KIKKAWA), a daughter who became the wife of Sanematsu HASHIMOTO, Takakura no tsubone who served Tofukumonin as Churo (female housekeeper of middle rank), are known.
  314. Among his children, eldest son Tadakata was forced to become a monk because of the Anna Incident, but MINAMOTO no Toshikata and MINAMOTO no Tsunefusa were later promoted and were active in the political world.
  315. Among his children, the first son Saneaza ANO and the second son Kimio ANO are known.
  316. Among his children, the first son Shigemoto NIWATA, the second son Takanaka ITSUTSUJI who was adopted into the Itsutsuji family, and a daughter Tsuguko NIWATA who served as Naishi no suke (handmaid) for Emperor Ninko and later as Joro-kamiza (high rank female housekeeper in the inner Edo-jo Castle), are known.
  317. Among his children, the first son Shigetsugu NIWATA, the second son Toshisuke AYANOKOJI, Homu Daisojo (the head priest of temple affairs) Takatsugu, and two daughter are known.
  318. Among his children, there is KI no Oiwa.
  319. Among his children, there was Soyo, who became a Renga master.
  320. Among his children, there was Tsunekane KIKKAWA.
  321. Among his children, there was a Kajin poet, MINAMOTO no Sadasue, who had the rank of Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) and the title of Ukone no shosho (Minor Captain of the Right Palace Guards).
  322. Among his clan was Kazumasu TAKIGAWA, who was a senior vassals of Nobunaga ODA and the shogun deputy for the Kanto region.
  323. Among his collection of poems, there was "FUJIWARA no Nobuzane Ason shu (Collection by FUJIWARA no Nobuzane).
  324. Among his collections, 'Kanzan Jitttoku Nifukutsui' by a famous Chinese artist from the Gen Period, Ganki and 'Senju Sengen Kannon' by KASUGA no Motomitsu (both were later designated as national treasure) were quite well known.
  325. Among his cousins are TAIRA no Kiyomori, TAIRA no Tsunemori, Yoshishige NITTA, MINAMOTO no Yoshiyasu, and MINAMOTO no Yoshinobu.
  326. Among his descendants in future generations included Toshisada NABA, who was a professor of Kyoto University and a scholar of eastern history.
  327. Among his descendants, it is said that Yasuchika ABE at the end of the Heian Period and ABE no Ariyo from the early Muromachi Period were very talented Ommyoji.
  328. Among his disciples are Senzo NISHIKAWA and others.
  329. Among his disciples are Shuho Myocho (Daito Kokushi) and Kyoo Unryo.
  330. Among his disciples was Sozei TAKAYAMA.
  331. Among his disciples were his nephew Myoha SHUNOKU, Chushin ZEKKAI, Shushin GIDO, and Shigen MUKYOKU.
  332. Among his disciples, Seki Bokuo, Omori Sogen and Kosho SHIMIZU are famous.
  333. Among his domain duties, he worked on construction of a gun battery and extension or reconstruction of a school.
  334. Among his family there were people who excelled in gagaku (ancient Japanese court dance and music), and Tadafusa himself was an excellent player of the biwa (lute), for he received that talent from his father, Okitsugu, and was active in the fields of utamai (a performance of singing and dancing) and Kangen (gagaku piece without dance).
  335. Among his five children, the first son, Takahiro TAMURA (who died in 2006), the third son, Masakazu TAMURA, and the fourth son, Ryo TAMURA, all became actors and are still active today (the second son, Toshimaro TAMURA, a businessman, served Takahiro and Masakazu as their agent).
  336. Among his former fief, he was only allowed to continue to govern the whole Sado Province, a small part of Echigo (Higashikanbara) and Shonai Region in Dewa Province, of which Shigenaga HONJO had deprived Yoshiaki MOGAMI after a fierce scramble.
  337. Among his many acolytes, Shuen and Myofuku are famous.
  338. Among his other sons are monks Kancho and Gakei.
  339. Among his pseudonyms he was called Inen, Taiseiken and others.
  340. Among his real children were Sadatoyo SHIBAYAMA, Nobusuke SHIBAYAMA (samurai of Owari clan), Fusatoyo ABE (samurai of Yunagaya clan), Zuijun CHOTOKUIN (court physician, direct retainers of the bakufu, which is a form of Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), and so on.
  341. Among his real children were the provisional chief councilor Tsuneyoshi KAJUJI, Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state) Tsunenao HONAMI (founder of the HONAMI family) and Tsunetaka MATSUTARA (adopted child of Jingoemon MATSUDAIRA, a retainer of Takamatsu clan).
  342. Among his relics, there is his favorite Oriental pipe (a pipe with a long straight shank and a small bowl).
  343. Among his several older brothers were MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo and MINAMOTO no Yorikata.
  344. Among his siblings were FUJIWARA no Nakahira and FUJIWARA no Tadahira.
  345. Among his siblings were Tameuji NIJO, Tamesada (posthumous Buddhist name Gensho), Keiyo and court ladies of the first rank to feudal lords.
  346. Among his six brothers and sisters, he was the only person that the art of divination 'Koyoryu byozeisho (Selections on Divination of Illness of Koyo-ryu school)' based on "Koyo Gunkan," the art of warfare of Shingen TAKEDA was handed down by word of mouth as had been passed down for generations to the family.
  347. Among his sons was FUJIWARA no Yukinari (also known as Kozei), one of the three great calligraphers.
  348. Among his sons was Masaaki KUSUNOKI, who later founded the Ise Kusunoki clan.
  349. Among his sons, the eldest son Michikata inherited the KOGA family, and the second son branched out and founded the Iwakura family.
  350. Among his story books in Kana were "Tagaminoue" (Upon his and my Bodies), "Kosakazuki" (Small Wine Cup), poem collections such as "Minorakusenku," commentaries such as "Kashirakaki KAMO no Chomei Hojoki" (An Account of My Hut), "Yononaka Hyakushuchu" (Commentaries to 100 Poems in the World) and so on.
  351. Among his students were Kokan SHIBA, Gentaku OTSUKI and others.
  352. Among his works Nakahira especially loved "Kurutta Kajitsu," "Gaito," "Yuwaku," "Kurenai no tsubasa" (Crimson Wings), "Saijo Katagi," and so on.
  353. Among his works created in the name of 'Kisai Rissho,' "Sanju-rokkasen" (Selected 36 Flowers), a kind of landscape painting with the theme of flowers, was superb and made on a large vertical type of colored woodblock print upon the request of publishers.
  354. Among his works that he left behind, there were 'Yajima Shorinan Hyakuin,' which he read with his master, Socho, and several 'Soboku Kushu' (Collection of Soboku).
  355. Among his writings, "Daito Kokushi goroku" (Analects of Daito Kokushi), "Kana-hogo" (Buddhist sermon in kana (the Japanese syllabary)) and "Shoun Yawa" (Dialogue of Myocho SHUHO and Hikari Osho at Shoun-an Hut) are well known.
  356. Among his written books were "Idea of Sweet Potato", "Japanese Dutch Translation", "A Brief Introduction to Japanese Dutch Words", "Outline of Economics", "Records of Konyo", "Essays of Straw House", etc.
  357. Among his written works are "Kanjo Hiketsu" volume 1 and "Rokugatsu sho."
  358. Among his younger brothers were Kinmochi SAIONJI, Tomoito SUMITOMO and Takemaro SUEHIRO.
  359. Among his younger sisters were Iyo (upper grade Otoshiyori maid Anekoji in O-oku), and Rishi (the upper grade Otoshiyori maid Karahashi in O-oku).
  360. Among historical materials, the name of "Jindaiki" first appeared in FUJIWARA no Teika's "Meigetsuki."
  361. Among history books, "Tonichirugai-sangunshi" is suspected to be a work from an ancient era, and is said to be gisho written in the 20th century.
  362. Among hogi (gikan) generally given a lower court rank in every department, that for hogi in Onmyoryo, albeit on the low side, was set up higher compared to their counterparts belonging to the other departments.
  363. Among home-use game machines, PC Engine is adapted to a karaoke system based on CD-G, and Dreamcast and Wii are adapted to an online karaoke system.
  364. Among honke and ryoke, both of which are the lords of the manor of Nihon-shoen (manor in medieval Japan), honjo was the lord that had the right to assert Shomu (management and control of encouragement of agriculture, taxes and so on in shoen), or in other words, had the effective dominion over the shoen.
  365. Among honke and ryoke, the families that had effective dominion over shoen were called honjo (proprietors or guarantors of a manor).
  366. Among honke and ryoke, the lord of shoen who effectively controlled shoen was called honjo (proprietor or guarantor of manor).
  367. Among important cultural properties, those which have especially important value have been designated as national treasure and, therefore, national treasures are included in important cultural properties.
  368. Among intermediate stations, the only ones under direct control are the Otsukyo, Katata and Omi-Imazu stations.
  369. Among its branch families was the Mikawa-Yamamoto clan that had served the Imagawa clan during the Sengoku Period (period of warring states), calling themselves the descendants of the Yoshino clan, a member family of the Kida clan.
  370. Among its exhibition halls, the main hall (Special Exhibition Hall) was designed by Tokuma KATAYAMA, a leading architect for the Imperial Household, and the new hall (the Collections Hall) was designed by Keichi MORITA, a professor emeritus at Kyoto University.
  371. Among its features, when a pressed leaf is made, the bud turns yellow.
  372. Among kaihatsu-ryoshus, many took their post as kokushi in the local regions and became indigenized lower-ranking nobles.
  373. Among kajin (waka poet), KI no Tsurayuki has the most poets (eight), followed by OSHIKOCHI no Mitsune and Ise (Poetess).
  374. Among kazoku, families which were not kuge nor lords before the Meiji Restoration were called "Shin kazoku" or "Kunko kazoku."
  375. Among ko as faith groups, some were naturally formed in local communities and some were introduced from outside.
  376. Among kokujin-ryoshu, Miya clan, who served as bakufu's hokoshu (a military post in the Muromachi Shogunate,) was appointed as shugo of Bicchu Province and awarded with the title of yakata-go, in 1364.
  377. Among kuge (court nobles), schools concerning eating etiquette and cooking methods developed.
  378. Among kuge, the Higashikuze family was ranked as Hakushaku for the contributions of Michitomi HIGASHIKUZE.
  379. Among literary works, such as the poetry of Northern Sung "Kobun Shinpo," "Santaishi," "The Song of Everlasting Sorrow," Su Shi (Chinese poet), and Huang Tingjian (Chinese calligrapher, painter, and poet) were enthusiastically annotated, and many of them still exist today.
  380. Among lords of shoen, some established a relation with the central government and made them approve the tax exemption of denso (rice field tax).
  381. Among makers, there are those who are linked exclusively to a particular lineage or teacher.
  382. Among manufacturing industry, the largest is the ceramic industry (glass), worth about \80 billion followed by drinking cans, transportation units (shipbuilding) and the logging industry.
  383. Among many Korean residents in Japan, the majority speak Japanese.
  384. Among many Soboshu, 'nanto-morohaku' brewed by temples in Nara had kept a high reputation for a long time until the Muromachi period.
  385. Among many Teitaku (residences) he owned, the Tsuchimikado Higashinotoin-tei (residence) that was used for a Gosho (Palace) of the Emperor Goshirakawa and for a Satodairi (a temporary palace) of the Emperors of Rokujo and Takakura, while the Gojo-tei (residence) was used for a Satodairi for Emperor Takakura.
  386. Among many daimyo (Japanese feudal lord), the Hosokawa clan is a rare family of pedigree that continued since the Kamakura period, the Muromachi period, and Edo period to present days.
  387. Among many masterpieces, "Amida Shoju Raigo-zu" (image of the Descent of Amida and the Heavenly Multitude) of Takanosan Yushihachimanko Juhachika-in Temple (高野山有志八幡講十八箇院) created in the latter half of the 12th century (a national treasure, possessed by Koyasan Reihokan Museum) is the greatest Buddhist painting.
  388. Among many others, he wrote the "Shittan Yoketsu" (a book of Sanskrit study), "Bonjigyo Ongi," and "Hanon Saho" (a book of phonology).
  389. Among many parts of the route, Mt. Obakodake is relatively busy because it is one of the 200 top mountains of Japan and one of routes to climb Mt. Gomadan, however, since the whole route is difficult to access, other parts of the route keep tranquil atmosphere.
  390. Among many statues of Kishimojin in Japan, especially famous Kishimojin are the one known by the phrase 'Osore Iriya no Kishimojin' enshrined in Shingen-ji Temple (Iriya, Taito Ward, Tokyo), the one of Homyo-ji Temple (Zoshigaya, Toshima Ward, Tokyo), and the one of Onjuin Temple (Ichikawa City, Chiba Prefecture).
  391. Among many waka from "Manyoshu" (Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves) to the present (Kanko era), total 78 poets are recorded in three parts: 39 poets in four seasons (spring: 22, summer: 2, autumn: 7, and winter: 8), 7 poets in love, and 32 poets in misc (there are books that contain 69 poets or 76 poets).
  392. Among members of equal standing, legitimate sons and their male-line descendants had a stronger claim to succeed the Imperial Throne over those of illegitimate birth and their male-line descendants.
  393. Among military aristocrats, only Kanmu-Heishi (Taira clan), Seiwa-Genji (Minamoto clan), and the Fujiwara clan of the Hidesato line were appointed to a high rank, which was the fourth rank.
  394. Among military science books from the Edo period, there are those that show how the battle arrays were organized within sonae units.
  395. Among modern historians, a theory that the Prince Oama carefully planned raising an army is accepted.
  396. Among modern historians, there are two theories that Naka no Oe no Oji told Akae to exclude Prince Arima and that Akae himself tried to bring down Prince Arima.
  397. Among modernized countries having undergone feudal perods, only a few countries retain such an interpretation of the world which can be called a primitive faith; it is also a festival originated from the concept that has specifically been nurtured in Japan.
  398. Among molds, Aspergillus oryzae is used for producing rice malt.
  399. Among movies depicted as contemporary and period dramas called ninkyo mono (stories of chivalrous men) in the Japanese film industry from the post-war period until about 1965, there were many movies whose titles were coined by combining words with tekka.
  400. Among mushi-yokan as an ordinary type of yokan in those days, inexpensive ones made of less adzuki beans and sugar were called decchi-yokan.
  401. Among mushi-yokan, inexpensive ones which contain less adzuki beans and sugar are called Decchi-yokan (apprentice's yokan).
  402. Among namazu-e after the earthquake, parodies of various Otsu-e themes such as fujimusume can be seen in addition to hyotan namazu.
  403. Among nine families, Sanjo family became dukes while Saionji family and Tokudaiji family were promoted later as well.
  404. Among nobles in society, during the Heian period, a senior-ranked person, from a noble class, used to give a Sensu to a lower-ranked person as a gift.
  405. Among of these inventions, Rikyu's innovative "window" to the teahouse is notable.
  406. Among officials of the Capital only Shugokushi staffed mononobe-cho instead of jikicho (factotum) who did odd jobs.
  407. Among old Buddhism (called 'Nanto Bukkyo'), there occurred new movements affected by New Buddhism.
  408. Among ordinary citizens, even now close associates gather to practice it on a small scale.
  409. Among ordinary people, a quadrilateral Uchiwa fan (called Hosen) with a wickerwork pattern was commonly used for its lightness and convenience.
  410. Among ordinary people, however, the term "buke" came to be commonly used to address the bakufu, their various agencies, and their authority.
  411. Among ordinary people, their accomplishments and hobbies began to be refined, and the following perspective was also a product of the era of the bushi class arms: they had the insight into practice by superposing their accomplishments on their lives as expressed in "Fushikaden."
  412. Among other Japanese tableware, lacquered tableware (wooden tableware coated with lacquer) are so delicate and sensitive that no metalware such as spoons and forks can be used with it because such metalware may scratch and destroy the lacquerware.
  413. Among other groups that prepared drafts for the constitution, Emori UEKI and the Kojunsha (a club founded by alumni of Keio university) developed the drafts.
  414. Among other miracles attributed to Jozo, he successfully prayed to subjugate a rebellion in the Kanto region led by TAIRA no Masakado from 935 to 940.
  415. Among other places, he stayed in the district of Furukawa, Shida County, Miyagi Prefecture for as long as several years, and taught calligraphy to a lot of children there.
  416. Among other posts, Munetada served as Kurodo (Chamberlain), Governor of Bingo Province, Uma no kami (Captain of the Right Division of Bureau of Horses), and Kyoshiki (the Capital Bureau).
  417. Among other religions, Islam is thought to have about 70,000 believers.
  418. Among other shrines enshrining Konsei-shin is famous Konse-jinja Shrine located in Konsei-toge Mountain Path on the border between Nikko City, Tochigi Prefecture and Katashina-mura, Tone-gun, Gunma Prefecture.
  419. Among other things passengers mentioned that 'you can enjoy a scenic view,' and around holiday periods the bus often had a high occupancy (adapted from an interview in the 74th issue of the magazine "Busrama International" with somebody connected to JR Bus Kanto company).
  420. Among other things, he presented to the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) a model of live steam trains that ran by steam power in the same way as a real steam locomotive and was able to carry people.
  421. Among other things, the original burned-down Borogata Tenshu of Kochi-jo Castle is said to have been accurately reconstructed, and Matsuyama-jo Castle (Iyo Province) large keep is the last Momoyama-style Sotogata Tenshu reconstructed in Japan.
  422. Among other topics, she wrote of her married life with her husband FUJIWARA no Kaneie, her struggles with Kaneie's second wife Tokihime (the mother of FUJIWARA no Michinaga), and her husband's habit of taking one mistress after another.
  423. Among other types are 'shinobite' (soundless clapping), in which hands are clapped silently at Shinto funerals, and 'raishu', one clap made when receiving a cup of sake at naorai (banquets held at the end of festivals).
  424. Among others in the family, shamisen is shaped by inserting the neck into the body; instruments of this kind are seen all over the world, and a guitar and a sitar are deemed to be the same type.
  425. Among others, "Tennoji so-za" (the guild of aoso in Tennoji) had a particularly powerful voice within the aoso community.
  426. Among others, Emperor Shomu became a devout believer in Buddhism, so he ordered to construct the Great Buddha in Todai-ji Temple, and construction of provincial monasteries and nunneries.
  427. Among others, Kanenari MINASE and his grandson Kanetoshi MINASE were well-known.
  428. Among others, Kenkyu shinsei (new law issued in the Kenkyu period) in 1191, Kangi shinsei (new law issued in the Kangi period) in 1231 and Bunei shinsei (new law issued in the Bunei period) in 1273 were specially called Sandai seifu (the three major seifu).
  429. Among others, Kiyomasa is said to have respected Toshiie who had been excellent in valor since he was young.
  430. Among others, Norimura AKAMATSU had great power to storm Kyoto by rallying the Godaigo armies.
  431. Among others, Takayoshi KIDO, who continued to oppose, submitted a letter of resignation on April 18 and resigned from his post as a councilor, saying that dispatching troops to Taiwan was inconsistent with rejecting Seikanron because both means sending troops to foreign countries.
  432. Among others, an incident in which the imperial court sent an imperial order directly to the Mito clan (Boshin no Micchoku) made Ii and the cabinet officials of the shogunate stay alert, and they clamped down on the Mito clan severely.
  433. Among others, cross seats were installed in cars with two doors and long seats were installed in cars with three and four doors.
  434. Among others, he astonished people by taming bees.
  435. Among others, his Koto duet called 'Godanginuda' is especially famous
  436. Among others, it produces 4 times as much ethyl caproate as kyokai No. 7.
  437. Among others, jushichigen-Soh (17-stringed Soh) developed by Michio MIYAGI is the most famous one and it has already become common.
  438. Among others, nijugen-Soh is often used and has been gradually popularized.
  439. Among others, number Kuha 58025 cars, which was introduced in 1936, the last number Kuha 58, were very stylish cars with the side of the body of the 42 type and the front was semi-streamline-shaped.
  440. Among others, potato is the typical agricultural product which is grown in une.
  441. Among others, the Ise Heishi formed its economic foundation by receiving chigyokoku and shoen throughout Japan in the process of establishing the Taira administration, which culminated in ruling of thirty or more chigyokoku and 500 or more shoen.
  442. Among others, the Mikohidari family, who organically linked practical composition and theories of waka while valuing traditionalism, overpowered other families, and as a result, the family eventually established Kashoku (one's trade or profession) as 'kadoshihanke' (lecturer on the art of waka poetry).
  443. Among others, the Shinsen-ryodan brigade, which was organized by extraordinarily recruited police officers and mainly consisted of the warrior class, was mistook for a reorganized Shinsengumi due to its name.
  444. Among others, the cult kakushi nenbutsu, whose name is derived from "Jodo Shinshu" (True Pure Land Sect of Buddhism) is well known, and is said to be "ianjin," which means the heretical sect, by the mainstream of Jodo Shinshu.
  445. Among others, the first three chapters, Nimonsho (chapter of two gateways), Nigyosho (chapter of two kinds of practices), and Hongansho (chapter of the Original Vow), explain the key doctrines of the treatise.
  446. Among others, the most famous tune of imayo is "Etenraku Imayo," which set the words to the tune of "Etenraku" (literally, the music brought from heaven).
  447. Among others, the most famous was the one called 'C-10,000 yen ken' issued during the High Economic Growth in Japan from 1958 to 1984; in those days, 'Shotoku Taishi' meant large-denomination bills.
  448. Among others, the pottery shows the transition of historical stages more vividly than anything else.
  449. Among others, the symptom named by Soseki '肩こり' (stiff shoulders) is particularly complained of by the Japanese people and not generally complained of abroad.
  450. Among others, tsuchigumo on Mt. Yamato-Katsuragi is well-known.
  451. Among others, what was most important was that he changed the tuning of Soh from ritsu scale (anhemitonic pentatonic scale) to miyakobushi scale (characteristic Japanese hemitonic pentatonic scale) which then increasingly became common among ordinary people.
  452. Among others.
  453. Among people from powerful families of so-called Emishi (northerners) who had ruled the local area of Mutsu Province for generations, Shimatari was the only person who succeeded as bureaucrat of the central government.
  454. Among pieces from the same composer, there are also "Monochrome" and "Monochrome II" for the Japanese drum.
  455. Among poems written by Bunshi NANBO, who belonged to the Satsunangaku school (school of Neo-Confucian in Satsuma), there are some that suggest his relationship with Hechikan.
  456. Among popular songs, "Sakura Sakura" and "Oedo Nihonbashi" are based on this scale.
  457. Among post-medieval examples, in which ujigami became synonymous with chinju and ubusunagami, are the god of Hachiman (Hachiman-gu Shrine) worshipped by the Minamoto clan and the Three Goddesses of Munakata (Itsukushima-jinja Shrine) by the Taira clan.
  458. Among ramen stores in Kyoto, Shinpuku-saikan, which is a large source of Kyoto ramen, employs this type of soup.
  459. Among redundant soldiers, excellent members were transferred to rikugun as soldiers of okuzume musket unit, which was a kind of bodyguard organization, or as soldiers of Yugekitai (command unit who backs up okuzume).
  460. Among registered heritages, 'Yoshino, Omine,' 'Kumano Sanzan' (three major shrines, Kumano-Hongu-Taisha, Kumano-Hayatama-Taisha and Kumano-Nachi-Taisha) (excluding Fudarakusan-ji Temple), a part of 'pilgrimage routes' (Omine Okugake-michi Road and a part of Kumano Pilgrimage Routes) are included in Yoshino-Kumano National Park.
  461. Among religious corporations as a whole, it is the second largest after Jinja-Honcho, the Association of Shinto Shrines.
  462. Among retsuden, Volumes 4 through 6 are used for sekkanke (families which produced the Regent and the Chief Adviser to the Emperor), Volume 7 for Murakami-Genji (Minamoto clan) and Volume 8 for imperial princes.
  463. Among ritual Shinto Okina performances held at local shrines, not a few show the influence of the Konparu school.
  464. Among saishi, reisai is regarded as the most important.
  465. Among same kind of books in existence, this is the best of the Edo period both in quality and quantity.
  466. Among samurai families, the descendants of the Sugawara clan and families of the Mino Saito clan used it following the SUGAWARA Tenjin shrine faith.
  467. Among samurai who gathered in the Kyushu region for the Bunroku-Keicho War, deaths by pufferfish poisoning occurred one after another.
  468. Among sarugaku, the following are the ones which provoke explosive laughter.
  469. Among sashiko examined and collected by Chuzaburo TANAKA, 786 pieces of sashiko clothes in the Tsugaru and Nanbu regions are specified as significant tangible folk cultural assets.
  470. Among several "Kimigayo" (Japan's national anthem), Oku's "Kimigayo" was selected as Shukujitsu Daisaijitsu Shoka (songs for elementary school students to sing at the ceremonies of the holidays).
  471. Among several branches of the Mitoya clan, the most famous one is the Mitoya clan, which claimed descent from a branch of Seiwa-Genji (the Minamoto line descended from Emperor Seiwa), a MINAMOTO no Mitsuyoshi line, Shinano Genji, and which bore the name of Mitoya after they settled in Izumo Province.
  472. Among several structures remaining in the precincts of the temple, this is the only structure constructed during the Nara period (Tenpyo era).
  473. Among several types of shoji paper, "Minogami," also known as Mino-zasshi ("zasshi" refers to coarse paper), was the most disseminated multi-purpose paper and therefore used commonly as shoji paper, which resulted in the Mino-zasshi becoming appreciated as typical paper for akari shoji.
  474. Among several views on the reasons for his escaping, the most convincing one is as follows.
  475. Among shochu group Otsu, the mainstream shochu are those produced by distillation of moromi which is made from first and second fermentation and the production of kasutori shochu (shochu made from rice wine lees) is only less than 1000kl.
  476. Among similar folk stories in various regions in Japan, it is classified as 'candy is poison' in "Nihon Mukashibanashi Jiten" (dictionary of tales of old Japan).
  477. Among six hands, its first right hand shows Shiyui-so, meditative posture, with its chin resting upon its hand, and it has Nyoi Hoju in the second right hand in front of its breast and beadroll in the third right hand hanging to the outside.
  478. Among sixteen former Imperial families that were demoted to Kazoku peerage by the end of the World War II, seven were granted the title of marquis.
  479. Among sixty-five towns which were prefixed by the name 'Uzumasa,' the nine towns were included in Oaza Nakano, which included Miyanomaecho, Kyonomichicho, Kitarocho, Nakasujicho, Kainichicho, Horiikecho, Goryodencho, Nakayamacho and Sanbi-cho.
  480. Among skills tests, there is a skills assessment test for First Class, Second Class, or Third Class of 'Certified Steeplejack.'
  481. Among so-called itsubun, there are some which are thought skeptical about the credibility that those descriptions were contained in fudoki in the Nara period.
  482. Among so-kyoku, the Tsukushi-goto (a school of so-kyoku) and the Yatsuhashi school do not play in concert with other instruments since they retain the music of the beginning of the Edo period and the early Edo period almost in tact even today.
  483. Among some two hundred stories from which poems were picked out, most of them had been lost and captions in Fuyo Wakashu are the only source to know the summary of these stories.
  484. Among some, including ramen lovers, Kyoto ramen is recognized as a local ramen, and often introduced in feature magazine articles about ramen.
  485. Among specialists, "distilled alcohol," "sour agent," "seasoning," "amino acid, " and "sugars," which are used for adjusting the flavor are called auxiliary ingredients in order to distinguish them.
  486. Among successive performers, Juryo (重良) (also known as Fukyu [不休]) TAKAYASU the second and Shigekata TAKAYASU the third, who had a nickname 'Shucho [首長],' are especially well known.
  487. Among such children, only those who were sound in mind and body were selected, and they were made into arukimiko and sent to various places as onmitsu (spies).
  488. Among such devices, the use of akari shoji was an epoch-making, ingenious device.
  489. Among such genres, songs based on yona nuki scale and kobushi came to be called 'enka.'
  490. Among such historical materials, there often appear words of praise for Doan, inferring he had demonstrated his exceptional skill in those days.
  491. Among such lands, however, even the largest one, that of Nikko Toshogu shrine, was equivalent to tens of thousands of koku crop yield and the smallest one was equivalent to merely one koku crop yield.
  492. Among such monuments, the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology can designate the ones judged to be important as "historical spots, places of natural scenery and natural monuments" (Article 109, Clause 1).
  493. Among such organic acids, volatile ones compose unique ginjoko.
  494. Among such people, only Chunagon FUJIWARA no Sanesuke refused to contribute a poem.
  495. Among such sake breweries which were started by large landowners, many sake breweries continuously developed into 'large breweries' in today's sake brewing industry.
  496. Among sulfate springs, those containing calcium sulfate have thick and smooth tactile impression.
  497. Among tangible cultural properties, the registration system was introduced to architecture in advance as a tangible cultural property registry system.
  498. Among taxes paid to the feudal lord, what corresponded to the kanmotsu (rice harvested from the landlords' cultivation fields) in Kokugaryo (territories governed by provincial government offices) came to be called "nengu".
  499. Among taxi drivers, it's used as the meaning of 'Kaiso' (not in service) (with the same pronunciation for Kaiso (marine alga)) or drunken customer (since her/she sways like seaweed) as jargon.
  500. Among technical experts engaged in the production, KUNINAKA no Muraji Kimimaro (also known as KUNINAKA no Kimimaro) as a Daibusshi (master sculptor), TAKECHI no Okuni and TAKECHI no Mamaro as a Chushi (metal caster) and others were recorded.
  501. Among temples built in the Asuka area during the 7th century, temples such as Hoko-ji Temple (Gango-ji Temple), Yakushi-ji Temple, and Umayazaka-dera temple (later Kofuku-ji Temple) were moved to the new capital along with the transfer of the capital to Heijo-kyo.
  502. Among territories in Katata, territories in Shiga County came to be taken over as outland of the Sano Domain until the end of the Edo period.
  503. Among that Nagayoshi MORI and Tsuneoki IKEDA, who were eager to restore reputation from former defeat, started a surprise attack of Mikawa, having Hidetsugu MIYOSHI (Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI), a nephew of Hideyoshi, a commander in chief on April 6.
  504. Among the 'Sanshu no Jingi' (the Three Imperial Regalia), it is considered to be the symbol of the Emperor's military power
  505. Among the 1,000 statues (more precisely 1,001 statues) standing together in large numbers on either side of the principal image at Sanjusangen-do, some statues have an inscription saying the statue was made by Tankei.
  506. Among the 12 murals of the gejin, four Taiheki walls, such as murals No. 1, No. 6, No. 9, and No. 10, have the Illustration of the Pure Land with Sansonbutsu (three Buddhist deities) in the center.
  507. Among the 2,114,246,283 Kanei-tsuho do ichimonsen coins recalled, 1,420,200,000 were recast as Bunkyu-eiho coin; also, according to a record, the total number of Bunkyu-eiho coins cast was 891,515,631.
  508. Among the 32 sages, Zhou MA, Xuanling FANG and Ruhui DU had been restored based on the Tosa family's ancestral paintings.
  509. Among the 47 Akaho warriors, only Kichiemon TERASAKA was not Shibun but Ashigaru class.
  510. Among the 5 documents of the canonical books of John, 4 are said to be the works of unknown authors and the remaining one is a work of John.
  511. Among the 54 chapters, he appears from the chapter of 'Wakana' (new herbs) to 'Kagero' (The Mayfly).
  512. Among the 6 emperors of 6 eras in the Northern Court, only Emperor Gokomatsu is counted as one of the 125 past emperors to this day, the rest being excluded because of this sanction.
  513. Among the 8,000 soldiers of the Tsutsui troops including its followers Yamato shu and Iga shu, several thousand soldiers were killed or injured by the shooting of the castle soldiers and could not progress.
  514. Among the 9 people, the latter four people lived long until the period under the Meiji Constitution: Hirobumi ITO, Kaoru INOUE, Aritomo YAMAGATA and Kinmochi SAIONJI.
  515. Among the Beppon which belong to the mixed texts line, there are the following various types of mixture.
  516. Among the Buddha statues designated as Important Cultural Properties, the seated statue of Senju Kannon is the hidden Buddhist statue, while other statues are preserved at Hozoden (treasure hall) without being unveiled.
  517. Among the Bussokusekika inscribed on the stone slab, 17 verses of '恭仏跡' (poems praising the virtues of Buddha) and 4 of '呵責生死' (poems to recommend Buddhism by preaching the truth of the transient world) are Buddhist ballads.
  518. Among the Cantonese dim sum dishes common in Hong Kong and Guangzhou City, sin jyut gyun (tofu skin rolls), sin jyut zaat (tofu skin rolls) and fu pei gyun (tofu skin rolls) are popular.
  519. Among the Changing-System schools, the Ko-kyo movement was not accepted and this was one of the reasons the Changing-System movement failing.
  520. Among the Chinese classics of Confucianism, the Four Confucian Classics, "The Shih Ching" (The Book of Songs), "I-Ching" (The Book of Changes), and so on were annotated to make shomono.
  521. Among the Chinese residents and Chinese descents that are living abroad, the word hongan is used to indicate the hometown of ancestors in China (for both the registered address and the original domicile).
  522. Among the Constitutional Party in power, the cabinet was organized with OKUMA from the former Progressive Party (Japan) as the Prime Minister and Taisuke ITAGAKI from the former Liberal Party (Japan) as Minister of Home Affairs.
  523. Among the Empress Jito's descendents who demoted from nobility to subject, her great-great-great-great grandchild Mineo no Miko (Prince Mineo) received the surname of TAKASHINA no Mahito in 844, and became an ancestor of the Takashina clan.
  524. Among the Hatano and Miyoshi allied forces, Katsunaga MIYOSHI received nearly fatal injuries and eighty soldiers were killed; however, the allied forces still won the decisive battle.
  525. Among the Hojo clan's most notable achievements was the enactment of the Goseibai shikimoku (Formulary of Adjudications).
  526. Among the Ikko Ikki in various provinces, Gansho-ji Temple in Nagashima, Ise Province in particular fought against Nobunaga ODA with great tenacity.
  527. Among the Imperial anthologies compiled by the Emperor from Jimyoin-to (imperial lineage from Emperor Gofukakusa to Emperor Gokomatsu), it inherited the perfect style of the Kyogoku school of poetry, following "Gyokuyo shu."
  528. Among the Japanese dishes, Donburimono is eaten in a style that is relatively new.
  529. Among the Japanese victims, the following men such as legation staff who were killed by the angry Korean mob were, regardless of being soldiers or not, enshrined at the Yasukuni-jinja Shrine as war dead.
  530. Among the Japanese-style confections, there is a variation of mitarashi dango, which contains the sweet sauce of arrowroot starch in it instead of being coated with the sauce.
  531. Among the Kodan stories, there is a story about his right arm being cut off by a jealous carpenter, and one about his almost being killed for knowing the secrets of Edo-jo Palace.
  532. Among the Koreans, some joined the World War II as military men or army civilian employees (including Korean soldiers of Japan), and some Korean women worked as Ianfu (comfort women).
  533. Among the Kyogen plays written by Nanboku, it achieved commercial success and was restaged five times during his lifetime.
  534. Among the Mahayana Buddhism sects, there is a dispute over who is the main image in Nichiren and Hokke sects; additionally, there is a conflict between a thesis that considers Shaka to be the original Buddha and another that considers it to be Nichiren.
  535. Among the Mitoha group, only Noguchi wasn't purged and stayed in the troop as one of its leaders.
  536. Among the Mochizuki clan, Nobuyori (Yoshikatsu) died in the battle of Kawanakajima, and Nobutoyo's younger brother Nobunaga took over the post.
  537. Among the Mori clan, Ekei was familiar to Takakage KOBAYAKAWA, who was the key figure in the pro-Hideyoshi group; however, after Takakage's death he was opposed to Hiroie KIKKAWA, a central figure in the Mori clan, just as the Kobayakawa clan was.
  538. Among the Nogaku performers, otsuzumi players are most shorthanded.
  539. Among the Noh costumes are Hikari-kariginu and Shokko no nishiki, which are said to be Emperor Seiwa's clothes and designated as tangible cultural assets of Yamagata Prefecture, and some of the Noh masks are considered to have been made in the early days of Noh.
  540. Among the Ocho Monogatari (tales from the Heian and Kamakura periods), Tsukuri monogatari refers to the fictitious works in which a story unfolds with a fictitious person as the main character.
  541. Among the Onakatomi clan, the family line that wielded the most power was that descending from Omimaro's son ONAKATOMI no Kiyomaro (held the court rank of Minister of the Right) (702 - 788), and they inherited the positions of Jingikan (Department of Worship) and Ise Saishu (head priest of Ise-jingu Shrine).
  542. Among the Rinzai sect, the Myoshin-ji Temple school is the largest.
  543. Among the Sandaihiho, the principal image is considered to be the supreme entity.
  544. Among the Sansui-ga of ink printing in Japan, the most earliest work seems to be "Heisa-rakugan-zu (painting of descending geese over a sandbar)" (personal possession) with a seal of 'Shitan.'
  545. Among the Senke schools, the Omote-Senke school makes a thin cover of bubbles, while the Ura-Senke school produces a generous foam.
  546. Among the Setouchi region, areas around Okayama Prefecture and Western Hiroshima Prefecture called Kibi holds grave mounds of the largest scale from the end of Yayoi period, Tatetsuki Grave Mound (80 m at longest point) in Kurashiki City, Okayama Prefecture.
  547. Among the Settsu-Genji, the family line native to Tada was called Tada-Genji (Minamoto clan), and from the branch line native to Mino, sprung Mino-Genji (Minamoto clan).
  548. Among the Seven Great Temples of Nara, only Todai-ji Temple and Daian-ji Temple had a seven-storied pagoda.
  549. Among the Shishi/komainu statues of that time, the ones in the Chinju Hachimangu shrine of the Yakushi-ji temple in Nara are well-known; they are made of wood and have been designated important cultural assets.
  550. Among the Taira clan was TAIRA no Yasumori who held a high-powered position, and a seemingly close relationship between Yasumori and the Nakahara family led to Yasuyori becoming a retainer of Yasumori in his teens.
  551. Among the Taira family, Tadakiyo was especially close to TAIRA no Shigemori, and was a menoto (foster father) of TAIRA no Koremori.
  552. Among the Takeda army, important vassals including Shingen's younger brother, Nobushige TAKEDA, Torasada MOROZUMI, Kansuke YAMAMOTO, and Morimasa SAIGUSA died.
  553. Among the Takeda clan, it was handed down to the Takeda clan of Aki, Aki Takeda clan.
  554. Among the Three Minds, Utterly Sincere Mind and Profound Mind are widely discussed, but Eko-hotsugan shin is not discussed heavily.
  555. Among the Tokuso Family of the Hojo clan, Tsunetoki HOJO, the fourth Shikken and Tokiyori, the fifth Shikken were allowed to use a portion of the real name of Yoritsune KUJO who was Sekke Shogun (Shogun from a regent family), and Tokimune HOJO, the eighth Shikken were granted use of a portion of the real name of Imperial Prince Munetaka.
  556. Among the Wakasa Takeda clan, Motonobu, Motomitsu and Nobutoyo TAKEDA excelled in horseback archery and they copied or wrote the books of Kyuba Kojitsu.
  557. Among the Yoriai-shu in 1309, people who were not from the Hojo clan but related by marriage to the family were Tokiaki ADACHI and Munehide NAGAI of the OE clan.
  558. Among the Zokasanshin (Three gods of creation), two gods have the word 'musuhi (musubi)' in their names: Takamimusubi and Kamimusubi.
  559. Among the above provisions, the second should be noted.
  560. Among the above, Zogusho and Zo-Todaiji-shi (Office of Construction of Todai-ji Temple) remained through the Nara period.
  561. Among the actors in "Seven Samurai," he was the first to pass away.
  562. Among the actors of post-war period, Utaemon NAKAMURA the sixth, who played the role of Tonose, and Baiko ONOE (the seventh), who played Oishi, were superb.
  563. Among the actors who played Kudo in the past and recently, Utaemon NAKAMURA the Fifth and Kizaemon KATAOKA the Thirteenth, despite his physical difficulty, were famous for their exquisite presences on stage.
  564. Among the advanced types, there is one that sparkles in gold.
  565. Among the ancestors of the Kamo clan, who moved out of the hilly land for the Nara basin, one branch of the family settled along the Katsuragi River erecting Kamotsuba-jinja Shrine, and another settled at Higashimochida and erected Katsuragi Mitoshi jinja-Shrine.
  566. Among the areas referred to as Hendo, the area to the east of the Kamo-gawa River was called Kato, and was equivalent to Shirakawa and Rokuhara.
  567. Among the banner paintings completed by Hiroshige, only a few have been preserved till the present day; two of them are owned by Yamanashi Prefectural Museum and a preliminary sketch has been retained by an old family in Kofu City.
  568. Among the bonfires that used to exist, there was a one with a design delineating a bamboo pole with bells at its end (which was referred to as 'bells at the tip of bamboo' or 'a pole with bells') and not a letter (at an unknown location).
  569. Among the books used as sources are "Nihon Ryoiki," "sanboe" (Illustration of the Three Jewels) and "Honsho Hokke Genki."
  570. Among the books written by him, "Utayomi ni ataeru sho"(Letters to the Tanka Poets) was the one that influenced tanka most.
  571. Among the branches of Totsu-kawa River, Yu-kawa River, Kawarabi-gawa River and Nishi-kawa River which is a branch of Yu-kawa River have many small flections of a radius of 100 to 500 meters.
  572. Among the chokugan-ji temples (temples built by imperial order), which highly resembled family temples of the imperial household, and private family temples of influential nobles and clans that were classified as government protected jogaku-ji temples (government-subsidized temples), some were treated in a manner similar to kan-ji temples.
  573. Among the commentaries on "Senzai Wakashu" that have been published recently, the following ones are easy to obtain: 'New Japanese Classic Literature Systematic Edition' by Iwanami Shoten, Publishers and 'A New Version of Comprehensive National Poems.'
  574. Among the commentaries on "The Tale of Genji," the ones made before the Meiji period are particularly called ancient commentaries.
  575. Among the common people, it was also called something like Kanetsuke (Iron Paste attachment), Tsukegane (attached Iron Paste), or Hagurome (Tooth Black).
  576. Among the common people, otogizoshi (fairy-tales), collections of short tales, were available to be read, while Kyogen, kouta (ballads) and kowakamai (a type of dance) were all popular forms of entertainment for commoners.
  577. Among the common people, the Soto school of Zen Buddhism flourished.
  578. Among the compilations that he undertook, there are following anthologies: "Shin Jidaifudo Utaawase" (new poetry contest over different times), "Shin Sanjuroku-nin Sen" (new anthology of poems of thirty-six master poets) and "Korai Utaawase" (poetry contest of poems in ancient times) (scattered and lost).
  579. Among the conservatives, there were many high-ranking samurai who succeeded the family of pedigree for generations.
  580. Among the court ladies Emperor Sanjo had frequented since he was the Crown Prince, there were Michinaga's daughter, FUJIWARA no Kenshi, and FUJIWARA no Naritoki's daughter, FUJIWARA no Seishi.
  581. Among the crew, it was also called 'direct.'
  582. Among the cultural properties, the necessary ones can be registered as Kobe City local cultural properties.
  583. Among the cultural properties, the necessary ones can be registered as Kobe City registered cultural properties.
  584. Among the cultural properties, those that are kept by local residents or are necessarily known by the locals can be registered as Yokohama City local cultural properties.
  585. Among the cultural sceneries, those important ones can be selected as "Yamanashi Prefectural selected cultural landscapes."
  586. Among the daikan, famous figures are Tarozaemon EGAWA of Nirayama daikan office, MIYAGAWA no Tomoyuki Sukezaemon of Matsuzaki daikan office, and Shigenari SUZUKI of Amakusa daikan office.
  587. Among the daimyo during the Sengoku period who adopted the Yorioya-Yoriko system, the Gohojo clan, the Imagawa clan, the Takeda clan, the Rokkaku clan, and the Mori clan are well-known.
  588. Among the daimyo, there were some who professed their faith in Christianity in order to curry favor with the missionaries, hoping to get more such benefits from them.
  589. Among the daimyos of the age of civil war, Nobunaga ODA's powers gradually became extremely strong, and by obeying Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA and arriving in Kyoto, government by Nobunaga began.
  590. Among the dead, well-known soldiers include Kansuke YASUDA, Zusho Koori, Jirouemon FUSE, Senuemon KITAGAWA, Binosuke TAKEDA (武田彌之介), who were the heads of the troops (who seemed to and were approved to be hereditary vassals of Ujisato GAMO)."
  591. Among the deceased, FUJIWARA no Teika (56 poems), who was the leading poet in Shin Kokin Wakashu (New Collection of Ancient and Modern Poetry), Emperor Gotoba (49 poems), and FUJIWARA no Ietaka (41 poems) were considered important.
  592. Among the deceased, Kingoro YANAGIYA and Kinba SANYUTEI (the third) can be cited as the major independent rakugoka.
  593. Among the descendants of SAKANOUE no Kiyono, Hirono's younger brother, SAKANOUE no Masamune and SAKANOUE no Yoshimune held the post of Chinju-fu shogun (Commander-in-Chief of the Defense of the North), and SAKANOUE no Masamine held the post of Dewa no kami (the governor of Dewa Province) while SAKANOUE no Masamichi held posts such as Mutsu no kami (the governor of Mutsu Province).
  594. Among the descendants of Washitori, there were powerful senior vassals such as the Adachi clan who was succeeded from Akitajo no suke and the Date clan who was known to be the warring lords during the Kamakura period.
  595. Among the descendants of the Kawaguchi Family remains a story that since Ryojiro was given an important position such as Hisamitsu's shosei (a post managing clerical works) although he was just a so-called 'Shimagoro' (countryman from island) from Tanega-shima Island, some people were jealous of him and put a crime upon him.
  596. Among the descendants of the Sudo clan, Chikakiyo SUDO, a son of Sukemichi SUDO, became Hokumen no Gero (low grade official), that is, Hokumen no Bushi, in 1130.
  597. Among the descriptions of "Nihon Sandai Jitsuroku," what is noteworthy is the one stating that Sangaku performed in 880 as the entertainment of sumai no sechie (ritual performances of sumo at the Imperial court) made people burst into laughter since its performers were almost like fools.
  598. Among the designs of Kikumon, Juroku-yaegiku (eightfold Chrysanthemum with sixteen petals) (Jurokuben-yaeomotegiku, eightfold Chrysanthemum with sixteen petals facing up/Jurokuyo-yaeomotegiku, eightfold Chrysanthemum with sixteen leaves facing up) whereby the designed yaegiku (eightfold Chrysanthemum) represents the Japanese emperor and empress.
  599. Among the devotees, it is called "ichi Raku, ni Hagi, san Karatsu" to rank the porcelains classified as below depending on the production area, origin, color and shape.
  600. Among the different grades of the ink stones, the superior Tao River stone and Songhua stone suzuri have excellent grinding and coloring qualities for the ink stone although they are not well used.
  601. Among the disciples of Morihei, there were many grand masters of aikido who were influenced by Tenpu NAKAMURA, who was the first to introduce yoga to Japan, handing down the spirituality-oriented spirit of aikido to the next generation.
  602. Among the disciples of Tsugen, outstanding Zen sect priests appeared and were collectively called "Tsugen Great Ten".
  603. Among the disciples was Yu Ansei of Northern Zhou, who was especially knowledgeable about Sanrai, and wrote "Interpretation Learning of Raiki" etc.
  604. Among the dishes offered were sashimi, koikoku (carp miso soup) and grilled fish.
  605. Among the dolls except for the dairi-bina, Sadaijin (the senior doll with a beard) ranks highest and is placed to the left of the emperor (right from the viewer's perspective).
  606. Among the domain territory Shimashiro Country, Settsu Province is incorporated into Osaka Prefecture; Yamato Yamabe County and the Shikijo Country were incorporated into Nara Prefecture respectively.
  607. Among the domains, Matsumae Domain was the only domain in which there was no yield from rice crop, akinaiba, in other word, koekiba (trading right) with the Ainu was given as a substitute of chigyo.
  608. Among the eastbound tracks running on the Kosei Line, local trains and Special Rapid trains run on the eastbound tracks, and Limited Express trains and freight trains run through the sidetrack.
  609. Among the eight titles 'Mahito' was used and it was ranked first under the Yakusa no Kabane.
  610. Among the elements that constitute castletowns, the significance of jisha-chi (lands for temples and shrines) was on par with the bukechi (lands for samurai) and Choninchi (lands for townspeople), but it is said that geomancy also dicated the location of temples and shrines during the Edo period.
  611. Among the examples of shisei (conferring a surname) to barbarians found in Rikkokushi (the Six National Histories), there is a record that the Kimiko clan was given the Muraji of Mononobe no Shiwa.
  612. Among the existent translations, this is the one that reflects the original most faithfully.
  613. Among the existing cultures, many are descended from this kokufu-bunka.
  614. Among the existing swords, one is designated as a National Treasure, and three are designated as Important Cultural Properties.
  615. Among the families of the Ashikaga clan, the Owari Ashikaga clan was as influential as the main branch of the family, Mikawa Ashikaga clan (later to become the Kira clan) and served as an alternative family head of the main branch of the Ashikaga clan when the family head was still young.
  616. Among the family's heads, Soji MATSUO (Bussai), was a well known disciple of SEN no Sotan, from whom he was awarded a description of 'Rakushiken' together with a chashaku (bamboo tea spoon for making Japanese tea) and a flower vase, each having an inscription of 'Rakushi.'
  617. Among the fifty-four chapters of "The Tale of Genji", he appears in the forty-fifth chapter 'Hashihime' (The Maiden of the Bridge), and passes away in the forty-sixth chapter 'Shigamoto' (Beneath the Oak).
  618. Among the fifty-four chapters, he appears in the ones from 'Aoi (Hollyhock)' to 'Kagero (The Mayfly).'
  619. Among the film critics, those who often review foreign movies, such as Juzaburo FUTABA, Kosei ONO, Mitsutoshi ISHIGAMI, Nobuhiko KOBAYASHI, and Takuya MORI, have published articles to celebrate Kihachi OKAMOTO for his work.
  620. Among the film directors at that time, he was always smartly dressed.
  621. Among the five companies operating Japanese-style restaurants, Senba Kitcho discontinued its business in May 2008 due to the successive scandals, and was unable to receive support from other companies in the group.
  622. Among the folk cultural properties, the particularly valuable ones can be designated as "Gifu Prefectural important tangible folk cultural properties" or "Gifu Prefectural important intangible folk cultural properties."
  623. Among the following examples, Emperor Uda's children and Imperial Prince Tadafusa became members of Imperial Family although they were born as subjects.
  624. Among the four groups, only Irie group worked on the traditional method of reproduction called 'Ageutsushiho method' consistently, not employing the method.
  625. Among the four items, 'Zo, Tsu, Betsu' are teachings of Hinayana Buddhism, and the fourth item 'En' is the highest teaching of Mahayana Buddhism.
  626. Among the four statues, the statue of Jikokuten (Dhrtarastra) comparatively keeps original parts, but the statue of Tamonten (Vaisravana) is a wooden statue made during the Kamakura period as a whole.
  627. Among the four theatres, Kanze and Hosho (which advanced from Nara to Kyoto) are called Kami-gakari, while Komparu and Kongo (which continued to be based in Nara for their activities) are called Shimo-gakari.
  628. Among the four, the one-story house (B) and the raised-floor house (D) have trees on both sides of the house, which are thought to be shinboku (sacred tree).
  629. Among the fragmentary writings, contents that are highly important include descriptions on Robe of Feathers Legend that is handed down by tradition in the Lake Yogo area in Ika County and the tradition of Chikubushima Island.
  630. Among the general trains (except the series 6000, 7000 and 7200) there were trains that ran with a limited-express symbol (a pigeon mark) on the front face until 1983.
  631. Among the government, Shigenobu OKUMA was opposed to Masayoshi MATSUKATA, regarding his financial policy (After the Seinan War, OKUMA aimed to overcome financial deficit by foreign debt).
  632. Among the group of higher schools under the old system that included institution of primary education were Konan, Seijo and Seikei.
  633. Among the heads of the Matsuo family, the fifth head, Fushunsai, who was the husband of the younger sister of the fourth head, Fukansai, was a prodigy with extraordinary talents for earthware, architecture, gardening and poetry, and regarded as the originator of the restoration of Matsuo-ryu school.
  634. Among the high court officials, who remained speechless, FUJIWARA no Naritoki, the Junior Council of State, came forward to be appointed as Ukone no taisho.
  635. Among the higher schools under the old system whose number amounted to 39 throughout Japan in the end, the First through the Eighth Higher Schools (under the old system), which were established during the Meiji period, sent their graduates to the political and business worlds from early on.
  636. Among the honke and ryoke, the lords of a manor that had effective dominion over the shoen, were called honjo.
  637. Among the honzon elements, elements other than the Nichiren statue are collectively called itto ryoson.
  638. Among the houses along the river, approximately 250 of them have thatched roofs and many of them remain in the northern settlement, in particular; with the natural scenery and thatched houses in perfect harmony, the area retains the unspoiled landscape of farming villages in Japan.
  639. Among the imperial edicts upon enthronement, some of them have no reference to Fukai-no-Joten/ Fukaijoten, and therefore, many emperors' edicts are not documented today.
  640. Among the important cultural properties, those made with extraordinarily superb craftsmanship, or precious items with particularly high academic value such as historical significance, are designated as national treasures.
  641. Among the independent town names in the ward, only Kaikoji-cho, Furuotabi-cho, Shioya-cho and Daikoku-cho have continued since the Edo period.
  642. Among the individual projects, \0.2 billion was budgeted for the Maizuru Port trade promotion project including the promotion for the construction of Wada Warf.
  643. Among the intangible cultural properties other than the important intangible cultural properties, those that merit measures aimed at compiling, preserving or disclosing their recording documents are selected as "intangible cultural properties that deserve measures of documentation" (Article 77).
  644. Among the intangible cultural properties, the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology can designate the ones judged to be especially important as "important intangible cultural properties" (Article 71, Clause 1).
  645. Among the intangible cultural properties, the important ones can be designated as "Tokyo Metropolitan-Area designated intangible cultural properties."
  646. Among the intangible cultural properties, the important ones can be designated as "Yamanashi Prefecture-designated intangible cultural properties."
  647. Among the intangible cultural properties, the particularly valuable ones can be designated as "Gifu Prefectural important intangible cultural properties."
  648. Among the intangible folk cultural properties (such as folk customs, public entertainments and traditional skills), the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology can designate the ones judged to be especially important as "important intangible folk cultural properties" (Article 78, Clause 1).
  649. Among the issued documents, there are some documents such as Shuinjo (a vermillion seal letter) of the Takeda Family addressed to Nobutoyo TAKEDA in 1572 and 1574, which show the fact that regulations stipulating the equipment and outfit existed in the military system of Takeda clan.
  650. Among the jiuta music which is played now, tegotomono is most often played.
  651. Among the karakami techniques, there is a particular technique called 'momigami,' which is different from paper printed with wood blocks.
  652. Among the kenmon, the Mido line Sekkan-ke (the families which produced the Regent and the Chief Adviser to the Emperor) owned the biggest karyo.
  653. Among the kibyoshi written by Kisanji HOSEIDO and Harumachi KOIKAWA, the ones whose titles contained the words 'literary and military arts' were put under pressure by bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) as they were satires against Sadanobu MATSUDAIRA's encouraging policy of literary and military arts.
  654. Among the lacquerworks are inkstone cases, small boxes for personal items, and the like; among these, pieces featuring both gold-and-silver and mother-of-pearl inlay work--a distinctive feature of Japanese lacquerwork--are numerous.
  655. Among the large number of dialects in the Japanese language, only the Hachijo dialect takes this kind of form.
  656. Among the large number of yeasts, yeasts used for sake brewing are called sake yeast and more than eighty percent of the varieties are Saccharomyces cerevisiae (budding yeast).
  657. Among the laws enacted before the World War II, several laws included the term Nai-gaichi (the inland and overseas territories) in its title such as Nai-gaichi income and corporate taxes interference law (Act No.55 of 1940), but the term Gaichi was not used by itself and the scope of the term was not defined.
  658. Among the likely compilers, we can see the name of Yukisada NIKAIDO, but the documents of Nikaido has a record that "Azuma Kagami," which was handed down in the family, was transferred to the Shimazu family.
  659. Among the lines of the Uji-Yodo Route via Ogura, which had continuously reduced the number of services since 1997, Line No. 31 going directly toward Bonoike from Kitakawazura without going through Nishi-Imoarai was closed down on April 1, 2004.
  660. Among the local trains that operate between Sasayamaguchi and Fukuchiyama, two outbound trains operated early in the morning and an inbound train operated at night aren't connected with trains from or to the direction of Osaka.
  661. Among the lords of the manor who had multilayered structures, the honke, who often occupied the most advantageous position in the real world, became the honjo in many cases.
  662. Among the male imperial family, in 1011, Jugo was given to Imperial Prince Atsuyasu, and since then the Imperial Family members who had entered the priesthood such as Monk imperial princes received the title, while prince and princess who did not enter the priesthood did not.
  663. Among the manuscripts of The Tale of Genji, Aobyoshi-bon (Blue Book) manuscripts designate the ones which seem to have been transcribed by FUJIWARA no Teika, and also the ones which are said to have been transcribed from Teika's manuscript.
  664. Among the many Ukiyoe that have been scattered, works of comparatively simple patterns, including Utamaro, were large in number while Ukiyoe of richly colored (gaudy) complex patterns were unexpectedly small in number.
  665. Among the many dams of the Yodo-gawa River System, this dam is the only dam and the first multipurpose dam built on the main stream of the Yodo-gawa River.
  666. Among the many fishes that answered that they would serve Ninigi, only the sea cucumbers did not answer.
  667. Among the many legendary writers of the ancient Japanese writings which were made from the Heian to the early Kamakura period ---most of them are not reliable, though---, these two calligraphies have signs, so they are reliable drafts for poems.
  668. Among the many pieces of modern traditional Japanese music that developed in association with stage entertainment, such as ningyo joruri (traditional Japanese puppet theater) and kabuki, jiuta is relatively independent from stage entertainment.
  669. Among the many pupils of Toyohiko and Keibun, Bunrin SHIOKAWA, a pupil of Toyohiko, showed unusual talent, so he became the successor of the Shijo school.
  670. Among the many yearly participants of this festivity is the Maizuru Headquarters of the Maritime Self-Defense Force, playing an important role to activate the urban area of Maizuru city, as well as 'Kokusai-ren' (International Federation), the organization of sailors of Russian ships calling at Maizuru Port since 2004.
  671. Among the members of FUJIWARA no Sumitomo's group, retainers would often adopt their lords' family names as a sign of respect.
  672. Among the members of samurai family, only Yoshitaka OUCHI, who was a Sengoku daimyo (Japanese territorial lord in the Sengoku period), rose to the top and became the Hyobukyo.
  673. Among the members of soson, young people prior to becoming Otona were called wakashu (young members of the soson village system).
  674. Among the members of the family branch that split prior to the modern times, there was a family of hatamoto that passed the name 'Zenbei OKOCHI' down through the generations.
  675. Among the members of the family, there was Agata no INUKAI no Michiyo, the wife of FUJIWARA no Fuhito.
  676. Among the methods, there were birds-eye views, views of the mountains and hills compressed, important parts emphasized, red grid lines drawn to show directions, etc., to increase the effect.
  677. Among the mikan-related products in Wakayama Prefecture, Arita mikan is famous all over the country, however, within the prefecture," Join Juice" is also famous (Commercial message is only for Kinki region and people outside do not know about it.)
  678. Among the military commanders of Japan's Sengoku period (Warring States period), only Tadaoki matched Nobunaga ODA in level-headedness and intensity.
  679. Among the military nobles, Seiwa Genji (the Minamoto clan) and Kanmu Heishi (the Taira clan), who were endowed with the high Shii (Fourth Rank), stood out as the chieftains of the warrior class, namely Buke no toryo (the leader of samurai families), that newly emerged in this period.
  680. Among the modern traditional Japanese music that uses sangen, it is unique because the performer sings as he or she plays the musical instrument.
  681. Among the modern traditional forms of Japanese music they have the strongest instrumental ensemble aspect, and many are played in the ensemble fashion.
  682. Among the mokan (blind officers), there were betto (superiors of a temple), koto (the third title of official rank within the Todo-za - the traditional guild of the blind), and zato (the fourth title) in order of rank.
  683. Among the monks called Ajari in Japan are:
  684. Among the monks exposed to the poison, seven were killed and 24 fell sick.
  685. Among the monuments, important ones can be designated as "Tokyo Metropolitan Area-designated historic sites," "Tokyo Metropolitan Area-designated ancient sites," "Tokyo Metropolitan Area-designated spots of scenic beauty" or "Tokyo Metropolitan Area-designated natural monuments."
  686. Among the monuments, the important ones can be designated as "Yamanashi Prefecture-designated historic sites," "Yamanashi Prefecture-designated spots of scenic beauty" or "Yamanashi Prefecture-designated natural monuments."
  687. Among the monuments, the particularly valuable ones can be designated as "Gifu Prefectural historic sites," "Gifu Prefectural spots of scenic beauty" or "Gifu Prefectural natural monuments."
  688. Among the muraji, one of the kabane (hereditary titles), the Otomo clan and the Mononobe clan, the most powerful clans who managed the military affairs and served as the Tomonomiyatsuko (the chief of various departments at the Imperial Court), became omuraji.
  689. Among the mural paintings, the fire of the Kondo in 1949 burnt 12 murals of the gejin and completely destroyed the Rakan zu (painting of Arhat) on the kokabe without any remain.
  690. Among the navy swords, some of those used by naval brigades were covered with leather like those of army.
  691. Among the newly assigned officials, Ichio OKUBO, the Kaikei Sosai who would manage all phases of government affairs, Kaishu KATSU, the Rikugun Sosai who would control military affairs, these two officials, bacame the actual highest commanders in what remained of the collapsing Tokugawa family.
  692. Among the nobility, the so-called 'Three Latter-day Fusas,' Sadafusa YOSHIDA, Nobufusa MADENOKOJI, and Chikafusa KITABATAKE, along with Tadaaki CHIGUSA and Kiyotada BOMON were all appointed to important posts, while talented men in retired Emperor Gofushimi's administration were also put to use according to their abilities.
  693. Among the nomads in North Asia and Central Asia represented by those in Mongolia, the notion called "Tenguri" exists as the comparable or similar notion to "Ten" (the sky or heaven) of Chinese dynasties.
  694. Among the number of followers, the Japanese styles were dominant.
  695. Among the numerous Japanese specters, Shuten Doji is now counted as one of the best-known.
  696. Among the numerous disciples of Tanyu, Morikage KUSUMI (birth and death dates unknown), the creator of "Enjoying the Cool of the Evening Under the Moonflower Trellis," is renowned.
  697. Among the nyobo working in the Imperial palace, a court lady who served the Emperor was called 'Ue no nyobo,' and she was distinguished from the nyobo privately serving the Empress (or her family) in kokyu (Empress's residence).
  698. Among the old Kankoku Heisha, shrines below were listed as not being Beppyo jinja since they are not in an inclusive relationship with Jinja-Honcho.
  699. Among the omamori offered at shrines and temples in Japan, those containing a talisman on which characters that represent Shinto and Buddhist deities have been written belong to this category.
  700. Among the original novels, "Kakubei Jishi" and "Tengu Kaijo" were made into films several times.
  701. Among the original structures, the only building in existence is the three-storied pagoda.
  702. Among the other Warring lords, almost all family heads of the Gohojo clan retired while living and handed over the reigns of the family to the next generation, trying to stabilize the future generation.
  703. Among the other known regulations of individual temples are Zenrin-ji shiki jugo kajo (15 articles of Zenrin-ji Temple), which was introduced to Zenrin-ji Temple in 868 by Shinsho, and Jingo-ji shiki shijugo kajo kisho (45 vows of Jingo-ji Temple), which Mongaku set at Jingo-ji Temple in 1185.
  704. Among the others, the 'kinrinji' tea caddy is regarded as the highest-ranked usuki (usuchaki) and treated as such, since the legend has it that it was created by the Emperor Godaigo.
  705. Among the painters who first developed the Western-style paintings in Japan, Kokan is viewed as influential along with Naotake ODANO.
  706. Among the painting pigments, only Bengal red remains without chemical reaction after the fire, therefore, the outlines in Bengal red are existed.
  707. Among the paintings by Mitsuzane TOSA whose triad of collaboration with the three Houses of Sen are well known, he obtained legends to the two of them by Omote Senke Ryoryosai (sacred gem) and Urasenke Nintokusai (a mallet), and mounted them.
  708. Among the parts of a yugake, it is the only one which is interchangeable.
  709. Among the patterns of kyo karakami, there were designs such as Koetsu-giri (Koetsu paulownia) and those of the school of Sotatsu-Korin which originated from Korin-matsu (Korin pine), Korin-giku (Korin chrysanthemum) and Korin-onami (Korin billow).
  710. Among the people of the Aki-Takeda clan, he was the sole person who is well-known from posterity.
  711. Among the people, religious associations called 'Atago ko' were organized in various regions.
  712. Among the persons in the same era, it is said that he was at odds with Chikafusa KITABATAKE, a leading figure of the Southern Court (Japan).
  713. Among the pioneers, Joken NISHIKAWA from Nagasaki, Hizen Province wrote "Kaitsushoko" (Considerations on commerce with foreign countries) which described overseas circumstances he learned in Nagasaki from the viewpoint of trade relations.
  714. Among the policies Nakamaro promoted, many of them including Yoro Ritsuryo Code, were passed on to the subsequent governments after some amendments were made, except the renaming of the governmental posts which were returned to the originals soon afterward.
  715. Among the powerful Shugo of the time were some, beginning with the members of the Ashikaga Shogun family, the Shiba, Hatakeyama and Hosokawa clans, and including such outsiders as the Yamana, Ouchi, and Akamatsu clans, who ruled over several provinces.
  716. Among the preservation districts of classic architecture, the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology can designate the ones judged to be especially important as preservation districts of "important cluster of classical buildings protection area." (Article 144 Clause 1).
  717. Among the preservation districts of classic architecture," the particularly valuable ones can be selected as "Yamanashi Prefectural selected preservation districts of "classic architecture."
  718. Among the private railway companies in Kansai District, it was Hankyu Railway that opened the Tachigui soba/udon noodle stands (Hankyu Soba) inside the station for the first time.
  719. Among the products of Mino-yaki (Mino ware), there are tea bowls produced by using white glaze called 'Shiro Tenmoku.'
  720. Among the properties to be sold, the ships, the storehouses, the plantations, the coal mining, the beer and sugar factories, etc. were included.
  721. Among the provinces, districts, and neighborhoods, neighborhoods were composed of 50 homes.
  722. Among the provisions, Articles 1 and 2-a were abolished in the next year, but Article 2-b was reconfirmed and repossession of shoryo under this Article was often seen after that.
  723. Among the public opinions for a station name gathered in February 2007, 'Tenjingawa' was selected as number one, accounting for 51% and 'Uzumasa' as number two, accounting for 12%; consequently, the two were combined for the station name.
  724. Among the raw materials used for sake, water is the only ingredient not included in mandatory information.
  725. Among the readers was Virginia WOOLF, who was also a member of the Bloomsbury Group.
  726. Among the regents of the Kamakura bakufu, Tokimune a gained good reputation as a wise ruler who had solved the national crisis.
  727. Among the remarks of HIGASHIKUNINOMIYA while in office, the one which is particularly well-known is the following passage from a policy speech made to the Diet on September 5.
  728. Among the rest times except fushi (called hira), at some predetermined numbers of times called aiai, a small amount of prize money were given sometimes.
  729. Among the ritsuryo, the system defined by ryo is ryo system (ryosei), so the province under the ryo system is called ryosei province.
  730. Among the scenes of 'Meiboku Sendai Hagi' performed today, 'Bamboo Room,' 'Mansion' and 'Under the Floor' are based on the former, and other scenes are based on the respective scenes of the latter.
  731. Among the schools of the nobility, the Nanba and the Mikohidari schools had declined by the early modern age, afterwards, only the Asukai school continued.
  732. Among the selected poems, 94 of Saigyo's poems were chosen, which was the most, followed by Jien, FUJIWARA no Yoshitsune, FUJIWARA no Toshinari, Empress Shikishi (the most among the female poets), FUJIWARA no Sadaie, Ietaka, Jakuren and the Retired Emperor Gotoba.
  733. Among the senmin, kunui and shinui were treated as slaves and could be bought and sold.
  734. Among the series of the early Inuibon, there was edition called 'Ekirinbon,' the name was derived from the word, 'Ekirinshi' (records of Ekirin) appearing in the postface of the book.
  735. Among the seven constellations grouped into the south, Suzaku's domain, the central constellation, called the 'Star' is the heart of the Hydra constellation in Western astronomy; its central star is the principal star in the Hydra constellation, Alphard.
  736. Among the seven national higher middle schools, which included the First through the Fifth Schools and the ones in Yamaguchi and Kagoshima established in 1886 by the Middle School Order, the six schools excluding the one in Kagoshima were reorganized into higher schools in 1894.
  737. Among the seventh-century burial mounds found in Tokyo, it is the next largest burial mound after the Kitaoya-kofun Tumulus located in Hachioji City.
  738. Among the severely wounded, some people had broken their jaw and others had a bruise on their thighbone.
  739. Among the shogunate vassals who lost their psychological "backbone," at Edo-jo Castle, many joined the fleet of Enomoto and went north; this allowed them to participate in the future battles of the Boshin Civil War.
  740. Among the shomyo nenbutsu, within gestures and movements attempting to grasp a tangible Buddha came the appearance of odori nenbutsu (dancing nenbutsu).
  741. Among the simple meal dishes their employers provided, 'tsukemono' (pickles) was about the only side dish they were allowed to take as their choice from a large bowl.
  742. Among the sketches are sketches of beautiful women-- a rare form of work by Korin.
  743. Among the society of court nobles, kosode was just 'secondary' clothing and thus the dress codes are more relaxed than that of the samurai society.
  744. Among the sons of the Imperial Prince Abo who died suddenly after the Jowa Incident, and as a government official at that time, he was promoted rather favorably as he brought his ability for civil administration into full play.
  745. Among the staff who quit Kyoto Imperial University over the Takigawa Incident, 18 of them transferred to Ritsumeikan University as professors, associate professors, etc.
  746. Among the stations of Sagano Line (Kyoto Station - Sonobe Station), the number of passengers of this station is the third largest after Kyoto Station and Nijo Station.
  747. Among the stations of the Eizan Electric Railway, this one is the most beautiful.
  748. Among the stories in which Sennin, a wizard, loses divine power due to his sexual desire, the story of Kume-no-sennin in "Konjaku Monogatari (Tales of Times Now Past)" is famous.
  749. Among the structures umaya is rare because it is a structure designated a national important cultural property, and it is also designated a special historic site.
  750. Among the students of So Ren (Song Lian) was Ho Koju (Fang Xiaoru), who thought it was not gracious to serve Eiraku-tei (Emperor Yongle) after serving Kenbun-tei (Emperor Jianwen).
  751. Among the students of the 'Kihachi family,' which used very limited, almost only two, fixed assistant directors, those who became film directors are limited to almost only two, Susumu TAKEBAYASHI and Michio YAMAMOTO, and they supported Okamoto in more than a dozen films, respectively.
  752. Among the sub-temples, those that are generally open to the public are Ryogen-in Temple, Zuiho-in Temple, Daisen-in Temple and Koto-in Temple.
  753. Among the substances detected, nitrofuran and malachite green are confirmed carcinogens from animal studies.
  754. Among the successive head priests, the third priest Jien (posthumously awarded the name Jichin-osho) is renowned as the author of the historical text "Gukansho."
  755. Among the successive lords of the domain, the seventh lord, Nobutsuna KUTSUKI, and the eighth lord, Masatsuna KUTSUKI, were known as men of letters, and the former who wrote "Gidokugo" (miscellaneous notes) established the foundation for a domain school.
  756. Among the successors of such kokushi, however, some ignored the precedent agreements and collected the regular or an even greater amount of land tax.
  757. Among the surviving family members of deceased Yoshiaki, his first daughter, Shogakuni, was initially sheltered as a nun in the Taihei-ji Temple in Kamakura.
  758. Among the surviving manuscripts of "Genji Monogatari," it has almost all chapters in it and is considered as one of the best among the manuscripts of the 'Aobyoshi-bon' (Blue Book) line.
  759. Among the surviving twelve warehouses in the Kitasui area of Higashi-Maizuru, Maizuru City, nine warehouses were built during the period from 1901 to 1903 in the Meiji period, and three were built between 1918 and 1921 in the Taisho period.
  760. Among the tangible cultural properties existing in the environmental preservation zones, the important ones can be registered as "historical buildings of Kobe City" or other tangible cultural products.
  761. Among the tangible cultural properties, the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology can designate the ones judged to be especially important as "important cultural properties" (Article 27, Clause 1).
  762. Among the tangible cultural properties, the important ones can be designated as "Tokyo Metropolitan Area-designated tangible cultural properties."
  763. Among the tangible cultural properties, the particularly valuable ones can be designated as "Gifu Prefectural important cultural properties."
  764. Among the tangible cultural properties, those important ones can be designated as "Yamanashi Prefectural designated tangible cultural properties."
  765. Among the tangible folk cultural properties such as costumes, tools and stages associated with the intangible folk cultural properties, the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology can designate the ones judged to be especially important as "important tangible folk cultural properties" (Article 78, Clause 1).
  766. Among the tangible folk cultural properties, the important ones can be designated as "Tokyo Metropolitan Area-designated tangible folk cultural properties"; among the intangible folk cultural properties, the important ones can be designated as "Tokyo Metropolitan Area-designated intangible folk cultural properties."
  767. Among the tangible folk cultural properties, the important ones can be designated as "Yamanashi Prefecture-designated tangible folk cultural properties"; among the intangible folk cultural properties; the important ones can be designated as "Yamanashi Prefecture-designated intangible folk cultural properties."
  768. Among the taxes mentioned above, those that corresponded to tax paid by rice and the shozei-suiko were called kanmotsu (the tribute goods paid as taxes or tithes), and those that corresponded to tax paid by textiles, tributes, labor were called zoyaku (the miscellaneous duties).
  769. Among the ten Sanada braves, eight (excluding Sasuke SARUTOBI and Rokuro MOCHIZUKI) are in the story.
  770. Among the theories of the interior, some states that Yamataikoku (Yamatai Kingdom) had something to do with Takamanohara.
  771. Among the three Sansenke schools, the Urasenke school has been featured by its particularly prominent "positive attitude" since the generation of Gengensai, the eleventh headmaster of the school.
  772. Among the three books of Baekje, "Original records of Baekje" has the largest amount of records.
  773. Among the three magistrates (Jisha-bugyo, Kanjo-bugyo, Machi-bugyo), Jisha-bugyo was the top-ranked, because Kanjo-bugyo and Machi-bugyo were under the control of roju.
  774. Among the three offices in which three powers of the state were vested, Shihokan, that exercised judicial power, was under the supervision of Gyoseikan like the above-mentioned four bureaus, which made the independence of the Judiciary a mere formality.
  775. Among the three shrines, Hongu is thought to be Saiho Gokuraku Jodo (The Western Pure Land), Shingu to be Toho Joruri Jodo (the Eastern Pure Land), and Nachi to be Nanpo Hodaraku Jodo (the Southern Pure Land) respectively, and the entire area of Kumano became to be regarded as a pure land in and after the Heian period.
  776. Among the three sons of Masahide HIRATE, he appears as 'kenmotsu' or (and) 'Jinzaemon' in the "Shincho Koki" (Biography of Nobunaga ODA).
  777. Among the towns in this district, Daigo Ichinokiri-cho, Daigo Ninokiri-cho and Daigo Sannokiri are located at the east end of the district in the mountain region, which shares borders with Otsu City and Uji City and can be accessed only from Otsu City area.
  778. Among the towns prefixing the name 'Momoyama-cho,' Danjojima, Kanaidojima and Shinsai are detached towns away from the central part of the district.
  779. Among the towns prefixing the name 'Mukaijima,' the 10 towns, i.e., Higashi Jouke, Nishi Jouke, Kanbayashi-cho, Tsuda-cho, Ogawara, Daikoku, Kamigotanda, Shimogotanda, Yanagijima and Matabe belonged to Oaza Yoshijimashinden.
  780. Among the treasures at Todai-ji Temple Shoso-in Treasure Repository, is a large piece of koboku called 'Ojukuko,' measuring 156 cm long and 43 cm wide at its widest and weighing 11.6 kg.
  781. Among the troops of Karakuni, the winner, KUME no Shioko, Kawachi no kuni no kami (Governor of Kawachi Province), was gathering the troops to take the side of Prince Oama.
  782. Among the twelve embroidered patterns, the patterns of the sun, moon, seven stars, mountain, dragon, pheasant, sake-ware, and fire were embroidered for the Emperor's costume.
  783. Among the twelve, only one image (called Haira Taisho (the Captain of Haira) in the temple legend and designated as a national treasure under the name of Kubira Taisho) was destroyed by an earthquake at the end of the Edo period.
  784. Among the two esoteric Buddhism that were mainstream in those days, the one adopting the teachings of the Tendai Sect was Sanno Shinto, and the one adopting the teachings of the Shingon Sect was Ryobu Shinto.
  785. Among the type of Muhoto with poles, it is thought to be the oldest one known to exist, having been built in or around 1227.
  786. Among the type of Muhoto without poles, it's the oldest one known to exist.
  787. Among the uncles, only Yorimori was present, which is taken to be indicative of the importance that Munemori attached to Yorimori.
  788. Among the users, the K-Ltd. Express and express trains are well known as 'Keihan express (Keihan tokkyu).'
  789. Among the varieties designated, some are distributed around Japan.
  790. Among the various causes behind a Tokusei ikki include poor harvests, infectious diseases, a declining population and a lack of trust in the shogun.
  791. Among the various domains of Oda clan, Tendo Domain and Kaibara Domain which are in line of Nobukatsu ODA and Yanagimoto Domain which is in line of Yurakusai besides Shibamura Domain, existed up to Meiji Restoration.
  792. Among the various forms of camouflage, there were Kasabotoke (Umbrella Buddha) (the hanging scroll with the portrait of Shinran was stored within a container shaped as an umbrella) and Manaita Hotoke (cutting-board Buddha) (the hanging scroll with the principle image was stored within a thin wooden box shaped like a cutting board).
  793. Among the various settlements, two were restored to Japanese sovereignty due to escalating maintenance costs for the great powers maintaining them, namely Nagasaki in 1876 and Yokohama in 1877, but the other settlements continued unchanged.
  794. Among the various styles of portrait composition known, it was most common to show people of noble birth seated on tatami mats with dyed rims, their figures hidden behind beautiful screens.
  795. Among the various types of tenka bushin, jokaku (castle or fortress) construction projects are the most famous, but the term tenka bushin includes various other types of public works projects, such as river-related construction projects and other infrastructure improvements.
  796. Among the vassals of the Oura clan (called Oura Sanro [three vassals]), there was a person named OGASAWARA no Nobukiyo.
  797. Among the vassals, Yazaemon sided with senior retainer Yoshio OISHI, also joining the league by signing a pledge sealed with blood.
  798. Among the victims of the Great Kanto Earthquake in 1923, the number of women wearing traditional Japanese kimono, which limited free movement, stood out.
  799. Among the visitors who come to see sarugaku, the author focuses on a family of Uemon no jo (the third rank official of Court Guard of the Right).
  800. Among the workmen in the construction sites, tobishoku is also called 'on-site brilliance' because it gracefully moves about in high places.
  801. Among the works of Nyoirin Kannon in Japan, the principal image of Buddha at Kanshin-ji Temple in Osaka Prefecture is a representative statue with six arms.
  802. Among the young generations, Misato MOCHIZUKI commented on her own work that she was inspired by the recurrence in gagaku.
  803. Among their many branches, the Kawakatsu clan vassals who served the Edo bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by shogun) are well known.
  804. Among them 'see ew dam' (sweet soy-sauce of Thailand) and 'see ew kao' (spicy soy-sauce of Thailand) are well known.
  805. Among them '竃' and '罐' have not been designated for daily use in Japan, therefore they are sometimes written as '釜' instead.
  806. Among them Bimyo YAMADA attempted a "desu/masu style", which failed to become a mainstream language of novels as another possible Japanese expressions, but greatly influenced the succeeding generations.
  807. Among them are Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine and Kiyomizu-dera Temple, both of which have older history than Heian-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in current Kyoto).
  808. Among them are medalists at the All Japanese Championships of Muzzle Loader's Shooting, which is a matchlock game organized by National Rifle Association of Japan and the medalist of International competition (world championship and Pan-Pacific Championship) of muzzle loader.
  809. Among them are the large factories of Daihatsu Motor Co., Ltd., Hitachi, Ltd. and Hitachi Maxell, Ltd.
  810. Among them are various productions including great works that left their mark on cinema history, highly talked about productions as well as productions that received little praise, but from the viewpoint that 'a highly talented artist produces many creations,' it can be said that he possesses an outstanding talent.
  811. Among them is "Tokaido Emakimono" (Picture Scroll of Tokaido [author unknown]), thought to be written in the middle of the 17th century; it mainly deals with the scenes of the post towns.
  812. Among them the "rokaku" has a lot of curved roof decorations, so it is presumed to be the most prestigious building.
  813. Among them the Oaza Hanazono was reorganized into twenty-eight towns which were prefixed by the name 'Hanazono.'
  814. Among them the Salt Road in Chubu region was famous.
  815. Among them the Takenokoshi side took a stance nearer to bakufu and formerly they forced the seventh lord of the Owari Domain Muneharu TOKUGAWA, who had a rebellious attitude to the bakufu, to be secluded and suspended.
  816. Among them there were so called "the big four of Bairei" including Seiho TAKEUCHI, Hobun KIKUCHI, Kako TSUJI, Kokyo TANIGUCHI and also Shoen UEMURA who studied under Seiho after the death of Bairei.
  817. Among them was Hotaru Hyobukyo no Miya (Genji's younger brother), one of the suitors for Tamakazura (The Tale of Genji), and he eagerly pleaded with Genji to marry her.
  818. Among them was a large mirror (22.9 centimeters in diameter) called "Kaoku Monkyo."
  819. Among them was then 52-year-old Yuri (later using Sugimoto as the surname), or Isabelina in the baptismal name, who came close and whispered in Father Petitjean's ear, 'we believe in the same religion as you' (we are Christians).
  820. Among them were Kendo KOSONE, Kaishin SHINODA, Taiu MARUYAMA, Randai NAKAMURA (the first), Zoroku HAMAMURA (the fifth), Tetsujo KUWANA, Senro KAWAI and others.
  821. Among them were Naka and Kado, which were high-class oshibai (a licensed theater in the Edo period), while others were hamashibai (nakashibai, or small theaters in Dotonbori in the Edo period) where plays could be enjoyed with low admission charge.
  822. Among them were bromides of performing Sumo wrestlers at the time.
  823. Among them were gagaku (old Japanese court music) musicians and people engaged in sarugaku (old Japanese performing and entertainment arts).
  824. Among them were some domains which did not set up their own hancho, and they were called ''mujinya (domains without regional government office).''
  825. Among them were those who conducted demonstrative tests of crop comparison among varieties of rice and improvement of species of silkworms by crossbreeding even before the introduction of Mendel's law.
  826. Among them were: Togan UNKOKU and Tooku UNKOKU who served Terumoto MORI, Toeki UNKOKU who served Masanori FUKUSHIMA, and Toji UNKOKU and 雲谷等遮 during the Edo period.
  827. Among them, "Dewa no yuki" (snow in Dewa) in Tsuruoka City, Yamagata Prefecture and "Bandai" (literally, 10000 generations) in Fukuoka by Sakugoro KOBAYASHI got high reputations.
  828. Among them, "Heihan-ki" is a diary of TAIRA no Nobunori, who was in fact involved in the conflict, and is considered to be credible.
  829. Among them, "Nanto Enjo"written in 1909 and "Meiko Kakiemon"written in 1912 especially for Nizaemon KATAOKA (the 11th) are his masterpieces.
  830. Among them, "Oshihinotsutae Tensonki" and "Shinto Genten" are not komonjo (old documents) or kobunken (old literature), but the former is a document written through automatism and the latter is a book of inspired by a visit to the spiritual world.
  831. Among them, "Rashomon" (the novel) and "Nose" by Ryunosuke AKUTAGAWA, of the Taisho period, are famous.
  832. Among them, "Tensho" isn't a koshi koden, and the other two contain nothing that would make them chokodai monjo.
  833. Among them, 'Edo-komon,' 'Kyo-komon,' and 'Kaga-komon' are recognized as examples of the main techniques of 'komon'.
  834. Among them, 'Kawata Kakenoue' town consists of some detached places and not a unified town.
  835. Among them, 'Ryoshuku mondo' referred to "New continuation of Kojidan," and Genyu and Koyu are considered to be one and the same.
  836. Among them, 14 parts, almost half of them, used "Meigetsuki" by FUJIWARA no Teika as materials.
  837. Among them, 18 families, except the Otani family of Nishi Hongan-ji Temple, were given the title of Baron.
  838. Among them, 25 books of the Aobyoshi-bon, 20 books of the Kawachi-bon, and 16 books of the Beppon manuscripts were used for collation in creating "Genji monogatari taisei."
  839. Among them, 7 were promoted up to Daijo-daijin (Grand Minister of State), 0 up to Sadaijin (Minister of the Left), 4 up to Udaijin (Minister of the Right) and 6 up to Naidaijin (Minister of the Interior).
  840. Among them, Baekjeong was ranked as the lowest.
  841. Among them, Eiri Genji monogatari was the first text which was produced for many common people as an easy reader.
  842. Among them, FUJIWARA no Okikaze and FUJIWARA no Asatada turn backwards while FUJIWARA no Nakafumi sits with one knee drawn up, in order to add a variety to rather monotonous series of portraits.
  843. Among them, Fumimaro KONOE, Yoriyasu ARIMA, Koichi KIDO, and Yoshichika TOKUGAWA were well-known.
  844. Among them, Gosha was shrines which had special administrative functions, as well as being one of the shrine ranking.
  845. Among them, Imai was the first to start filming again.
  846. Among them, Imperial Princess Senshi was called "Dai Saiin" (Great Saiin Priestess) because she actually had the longest tenure of Saiin over 5 emperors of fifty-six years (from the times of Emperor Enyu to Emperor Goichijo).
  847. Among them, Jukai, Minosuke and Tomijuro were born in Tokyo and Gato, whose style of performance was modest and reserved, was not a pure actor from Osaka.
  848. Among them, Kao is famous during the early stage.
  849. Among them, Kazushige Aoki was a former vassal of the Tokugawa family, but was transferred to the Toyotomi family by the Hideyoshi's special request to Ieyasu TOKUGAWA.
  850. Among them, Kyoka IZUMI, Shusei TOKUDA, Fuyo OGURI, and Shunyo YANAGAWA were referred to as the Shitenno (the four heavenly kings).
  851. Among them, MATSUI Sado no kami is known as the lord of Takeno County in Tanba Province in the Sengoku period.
  852. Among them, MINAMOTO no Makoto (noble), MINAMOTO no Tokiwa and MINAMOTO no Toru became Sadaijin, Minister of the Left and formed a big power of the Imperial court at the beginning of the Heian period.
  853. Among them, MINAMOTO no Suesada, the grandson of his third son, MINAMOTO no Tadamune, gained great fame in the war.
  854. Among them, Mizutani is less known than the others in Japan, but on the other hand, he is most famous in France.
  855. Among them, Moka (Moshi (Mencius)) advocated the ethical doctrine that human nature is fundamentally good, as well as humanity, which was considered the most important type of virtue by Koshi, and the thought of justice, the type of virtue which was considered actionable.
  856. Among them, Naka no Kimi (later called 'Nezame no Ue') was talented in music, and so (a long Japanese zither with thirteen strings) was her specialty.
  857. Among them, Nuhi ranked as the lowest.
  858. Among them, O no Tadasuke who was active in classic music, and O no Tadaosa who became a Jazz player.
  859. Among them, Oaza Kutsukake was reorganized into Oeda Kutsukake-cho, Oaza Tsukahara into Oeda tsukahara-cho, and Oaza Naganoshinden into the three towns of Oeda Higashinaga-cho, Oeda Nishinaga-cho and Oeda Nakayama-cho.
  860. Among them, Oaza Oharano was reorganized into the two towns of Oharano Kitakasuga-cho and Oharano Minamikasuga-cho, Oaza Iwamikamizato was reorganized into the three towns of Oharano Iwami-cho, Oharano Kamizato Kamino-cho and Oharano Kamizato Shimono-cho.
  861. Among them, Sadami ANDO and Motojiro AKASHI carried out the policies to protect Taiwanese interests, and Akashi was buried in Taiwan after his death.
  862. Among them, Sagicho in Osaki Hachimangu Shrine is magnificent with over 200,000 visitors and it is designated as Sendai City Important Intangible Folk-Cultural Property.
  863. Among them, Sekishu silver coin (Soma Silver) (from Sama), which was made of silver produced in Iwami silver mine, was in high quality and abundant; however, the quality in general was inconsistent according to mines, causing quite inconvenience in trade.
  864. Among them, Shinpei GOTO, who built the foundation of the Taiwanese economy under Japanese rule, was a person with the most notable achievements.
  865. Among them, Shuzan village became Shuzan Town in 1943.
  866. Among them, Soshun TAKEDA proposed that the first part should be divided into 'Murasaki no Ue Series' and 'Tamakazura Series,' linking to it his theory of composition (a theory that the Tamakazura series was inserted into the work later).
  867. Among them, Sukeroku's red lacquer rao is familiar with theatergoers, as well as his famous line, 'It is like rain of kiseru.'
  868. Among them, Suntory Holdings Limited (Suntory Liquors Limited since April 1, 2009) and THE NIKKA WHISKY DISTILLING CO., LTD. are especially noticeable.
  869. Among them, TAIRA no Kiyomori's izumidono (residence of the head of a clan/family with a fountain) in Rokuhara is said to have been a splendid mansion symbolizing his power.
  870. Among them, Tameyoshi refuses to follow the army because of his old age, recommending Tametomo instead of him, but finally he is persuaded by FUJIWARA no Norinaga to join the army.
  871. Among them, Toyohiko and Keibun especially stood out; people often said "the birds and flowers of Keibun or the landscapes of Toyohiko".
  872. Among them, West Japan Railway Company (JR West) invested 50 percents and Miyako Hotels & Resorts 50 percents.
  873. Among them, YORIOKA lived until the Taisho era, and told of this incident.
  874. Among them, Yanagi no sakaya, a sake brewery at Gojo Nishinotoin, was distinguished from fellow traders not only in its large scale but also in the high quality of its sake to become known all over Japan.
  875. Among them, a brand of "pandoru shotsu" is included.
  876. Among them, a combination of shopping avenue's event in the daytime and fireworks at night is often seen.
  877. Among them, a method described as 'Shiori' led to the base of the development of today's kijoshu.
  878. Among them, a round burial mound called the 'Shiratorizuka burial mound' in Kasado in Suzuka City had been regarded as the most likely one.
  879. Among them, a shop of rice malt in Yamagata Prefecture gave specific testimony that it had actually made malt in such way before World War II.
  880. Among them, accommodation facilities similar to private homes or whose owners have other types of business often call themselves "minshuku."
  881. Among them, aerial photographs of both Kyoto City and the card game are displayed on 'Nintendo Floor Vision' which consists of 70 full-spec 45-inch High Definition Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) panels made by Sharp Corp., and arranged on the floor.
  882. Among them, an illegitimate child with Naii Eighth or higer rank and a son of Gunji (local magistrates) had a qualification to be a guard, however, others received the same treatment as hakutei who was a citizen with no rank and title.
  883. Among them, as for specific measures and numerical goals for the reduction of greenhouse gases, there are lots of clashes of opinions among countries and also among individuals.
  884. Among them, as to the 'shoji', which were the most important partitions for 'shitsurai,' various forms of shoji were invented during the Heian period.
  885. Among them, buckwheat shochu is an especially successful example.
  886. Among them, crossbows have been adopted as a weapon for army or the police in some countries.
  887. Among them, especially those who had social forces and in the position of representing the wealthy class were called choja.
  888. Among them, food shortage, especially the desperate shortage of rice as ingredient, was fatal.
  889. Among them, foot soldier troops (infantry) were comprised of soldiers called heifu who were dispatched from hatamoto based on their rokudaka (stipend).
  890. Among them, for the 'god worshipped by hunters,' there is a custom where hunters ask the Oshirasama for the direction of the mountain to go to when they hunt.
  891. Among them, four type-160 steam locomotives of Japanese National Railways made by Sharp, Stewart & Co. Ltd. were said to be the easiest to use.
  892. Among them, high-caliber disciples with exceptional talent were called the most excellent ten pupils of Confucius, and were categorized into four departments based on their talent.
  893. Among them, in June, 1582, Mitsuhide AKECHI who killed Nobunaga ODA fought with Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI who was going to revenge for him at the Battle of Yamazaki.
  894. Among them, in the eastern England lower zone, a wide variety of farmers' freedom was secured, which was exceptional in those days, because of a part of Scandinavian settlers' heritage.
  895. Among them, it especially refers to clothes that are trendy among people.
  896. Among them, it is said that about 80 % of Magaibutsu in Japan are located in the Oita Prefecture.
  897. Among them, like the Tosa Ichijo clan, some central aristocrats who were the lords of shoen went to the shoen to maintain the governance of shoen and were indigenized there to become Sengoku-daimyo.
  898. Among them, one form also exists in which rice and holy rice wine are put in hot water in a large pot (Jonan-gu Shrine in Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, etc.).
  899. Among them, only Tomomitsu YUKI was a child born between he and SAMUKAWA no Ama.
  900. Among them, only six members of Seiwa-Genji and two members of Kanmu-Heishi were promoted to shoshii (senior fourth rank).
  901. Among them, people in the film industry (normally, three people each year), who are empaneled as the final jury, decide one grand prize winner and two runners-up.
  902. Among them, shoko is divided according to their shapes, into senko which are in the forms of a stick, coil, or whorl, and makko which are in powder; but there are many variations.
  903. Among them, simple and classical style hitatare were called suo in the Muromachi period.
  904. Among them, since YAMATO Takeru no Mikoto was sent to an expedition against Kumaso (a tribe living in the ancient Kyushu district), Iokiiribiko no miko was considered as a reserve in case something happened to Emperor Seimu.
  905. Among them, some 'gods' which should have conflicted with one another exist simultaneously.
  906. Among them, the "Menko huhai no tama (a strange oval treasure that always reflects the frontal image of Shaka from every angle)" was stolen in this land by the Palace of the Dragon King.
  907. Among them, the "sermon" statue is the most popular; it expresses the figure of Shaka, who preaches Dharma as indicated by seppo-in, his gesture for a sermon.
  908. Among them, the 'All Japan Aikido Demonstration,' which is held annually at the Nippon Budokan by Aikikai Foundation, is the largest enbukai in Japan.
  909. Among them, the 'Emperor's family' including the Empress, the Empress Dowager, the Crown Prince, the Crown Princess and their dependent sons and daughters is called the Inner Court Imperial family, and those who are independent and belong to Houses of Imperial Princes are called the Miyake Imperial family.
  910. Among them, the 3rd article has been often cited because the theory of Akuninshoki (evil people as the true object of salvation) was clearly explained.
  911. Among them, the Inoo clan served as shitsuji (a steward) of the Ashikaga shogunal family.
  912. Among them, the Oaza Arashiyama (the former Kamiyamada village) was reorganized into twenty towns which were prefixed by the name 'Arashiyama' in 1931.
  913. Among them, the Oaza Kamisaga was reorganized into fifty-six towns which were prefixed by the name 'Saga' and ten towns prefixed by the name 'Kitasaga,' the Oaza Shimosaga into sixteen towns prefixed by the name 'Saga,' and Oaza Tenryuji into twenty-three towns which were prefixed by the name 'Saga.'
  914. Among them, the Oaza Shimokatsura was reorganized into sixteen towns which were prefixed by the name 'Katsura' in 1931.
  915. Among them, the Oaza Ushigase was reorganized into twenty towns which were prefixed by the name 'Ushigase' in 1931.
  916. Among them, the Saiho-ji Temple garden is a masterpiece and it is composed with a view of the world as seen from Zen sect Buddhism, and the influence of this garden on future gardens was immense.
  917. Among them, the Sakaibon group Gokogoninbon was separately collected in two volumes of "Gunshoruiju (Japanese history book)," and three kinds of Sakaibon were collected in "Shinko Gunshoruiju (library)."
  918. Among them, the Umezawa manuscript (40 chapters, 17 books), which Sanetaka SANJONISHI obtained and gave his descendants, was designated as a former National Treasure in 1935 and as a present National Treasure in 1955, as the oldest complete manuscript copied by hand before the mid-Kamakura period.
  919. Among them, the area of Oaza Higashi Umezu was mostly reorganized into twenty-four towns which were prefixed by the name 'Umezu,' and the rest remained as Oaza Higashi Umezu.
  920. Among them, the area of Oaza Yamanouchi became fifteen towns which here prefixed by the name of 'Yamanouchi' and two towns (Kanazuchicho and Shijobata-cho) which here prefixed by the name of Sanin.
  921. Among them, the biggest Dashi in Japan is said to be Dekayama (literally, huge mountain) weighing about 20 tons, used at Seihaku-sai festival in Nanao City, Ishikawa Prefecture.
  922. Among them, the biggest problem is 'whether the Shingon-ritsu sect founded by Eison and Ninsho was a new Buddhism or not.'
  923. Among them, the blowgun was used for target practice in which a round wooden rolling target was put on a stage and was shot at by guests using a blowgun.
  924. Among them, the chief god, that is to say, the main enshrined deity, is called "Shushin"or "Shusaijin," with other deities referred to as "Haishin,""Haishishin"or "Aidonoshin."
  925. Among them, the collections of Ise (poet) and Tsurayuki were split into dankan (fragmentary pieces of a book) in 1929.
  926. Among them, the company which occupies the highest share (about 50 %) of the market is TOTO LTD. and INAX Corporation, which has about a 25% share, follows.
  927. Among them, the copper coin Eiraku-tsuho (Eiraku-sen) minted from 1411 in the reign of the Ming dynasty's Emperor Yongle were imported on a massive scale in the middle of the Muromachi period.
  928. Among them, the cultivated varieties of Yamazakura are collectively called Satozakura and those of double- flowered kinds are called Yaezakura.
  929. Among them, the diary 'Jinson Daisojo Ki' (Diary of Daisojo Jinson) is an indispensable material to understand not only Kofuku-ji Temple but also the period he lived.
  930. Among them, the first to fourth books contained the letters with dates arranged in chronological order.
  931. Among them, the five major temples were called the 'Kamakura Gozan Temples.'
  932. Among them, the following were noteworthy in their operations.
  933. Among them, the house of TAIRA no Kiyomori, Izumi-dono of Rokuhara, was a luxury residence which represented his power.
  934. Among them, the incident of the Osaka sake breweries conference in 1882 was the most famous.
  935. Among them, the inhabitants of the Palace of the Dragon King wanted to steal Menko huhai no tama, but they were unable to do so because the boatmen were very capable.
  936. Among them, the kenin were privately owned by nobles, local ruling family, etc., and were treated as their property.
  937. Among them, the ones with long noses are called 'Great Tengu' and the ones with sharp noses are called 'Small Tengu' or 'Crow Tengu.'
  938. Among them, the philosophical movement called 'Sonno Joi' (slogan advocating reverence for the Emperor and the expulsion of foreigners) is said to be the most influential.
  939. Among them, the three most talented women were called Kenmon no Sansaijo (the three talented women of the Agatai school) and the four most talented men were called Kenmon no Shitenno (the four talented men of the Agatai school).
  940. Among them, the three prefectures along the Ariake Sea are the big production areas; they account for over 40% of the total production amount and produce large quantities of high-quality goods for gift-giving.
  941. Among them, the usage of Akari-shoji was an innovative ingenuity.
  942. Among them, the word 'ekotoba' is pointed out to have originally meant as 'words for pictures,' namely, sentences corresponding to particular pictures, so that some may claim that '-emaki' is more suitably titled than '-ekotoba.'
  943. Among them, there are also some minority groups who perform in loincloths that make them quite popular.
  944. Among them, there are cases where a former vassal of the Takeda clan became a modern daimyo like the Sanada clan.
  945. Among them, there are many species indigenous to Lake Biwa because the area has been independent for such a long time.
  946. Among them, there are those in which only a human being seeing a monster or apparition was drawn, such as 'The picture of Tadatsune NITA seeing oddness in the cave' and 'Narihira.'
  947. Among them, there is Kaoku Monkyo, an ancient mirror on which icons of four types of houses were curved on its back.
  948. Among them, there was a drama based on the book written by his favorite William Irish.
  949. Among them, this play is a popular play which has been performed many times.
  950. Among them, this work has been praised as Yoshitoshi's collected studies of monster pictures.
  951. Among them, those Satoyama located near urban areas were sold to real-estate developers and were changed to housing lands and recreational facilities such as golf courses.
  952. Among them, those who fought on the side of the same family (Yamato-Genji) appeared in the historical record, such as the monk Shinjitsu, a fifth-generation descendant of Yorichika, who took the seat of honor in Kofuku-ji Temple--their old enemy--and joined the Nanto forces.
  953. Among them, three subjects that were the pine tree, the bamboo and the plum tree became especially popular because of the above reason.
  954. Among them, trains using a Kuroha type 69 car, the finest car, was made up of four cars, Kuha type 68 (later Kuha type 76), Moha type 70, Moha type 70 and Kuroha type 69 from Nishi-Akashi side, and they were operated with another two cars added on at the Kyoto side during the rush hour.
  955. Among them, travel with three vehicles during the day is revived.
  956. Among them, two families which served as kurodo for generations were promoted to toshoke (the hereditary lineage of Court nobles occupying relatively high ranks) (hanke [lowest rank for toshoke] [kuge - court nobles]) on January 22, 1848 duging the last stage of the Edo Period (last promotion to toshoke).
  957. Among these JR companies, East Japan Railway Company (JR East) is world's largest railway business entity.
  958. Among these Oaza, Chudoji, Suzaku and Higashi Shiokoji belong to the current Shimogyo Ward.
  959. Among these apartments, it is said that there are houses that are made up of multiple apartments with different address numbers jointed together, by removing their side walls, and on the other hand, there are the buildings that are divided into two by a partition wall to make two houses.
  960. Among these books, Gunzanki is a literary work of achievement of the survey in the Mt. Yoshino area.
  961. Among these capitals, Luoyang was richer in food than Changan, so emperors often visited there, with princes staying in Changan to govern the country on behalf of emperors.
  962. Among these categories, the difference between 'intangible cultural properties' and 'tangible cultural properties' is explained below.
  963. Among these children, Kiyomasa KATO and Masanori FUKUSHIMA are especially famous.
  964. Among these circumstances, the custom of the visits and invocations by Daikakuji monseki at Muromachi-dono, since the era of Yoshimitsu, discontinued, and the relationship between Gisho and Yoshinori gradually became estranged.
  965. Among these examples, there is a unique one such as the "Necronomicon," in which documents do not exist, but its plausible origin is persuasively created.
  966. Among these excavated articles, the gilt bronze saddle hardware has exquisite openwork animal designs that shows sophisticated metal work technique.
  967. Among these female poets, the High priestess discreetly hides her face with her sleeve.
  968. Among these first students was Paul MIKI, who later died a martyr.
  969. Among these handwritings, the following three copied books collected by Chien Lung of Qing are famous (possessed by the Palace Museum in Beijing).
  970. Among these human bones with trauma, there are human bones with a clear sign of weapon trauma and they are treated as the evidence of the existence of battles.
  971. Among these important cultural properties, the particularly valuable items with historical significance in Japanese culture were re-designated as national treasures.
  972. Among these manipulators, a total of 15 persons, 10 station employees and five temporary workers were dismissed on disciplinary grounds.
  973. Among these masters, he inherited, together with his younger brother Kohosho, a boisterous dance from Yazaemon MIYAMASU.
  974. Among these military arts, he is said to have been best at kusarigama.
  975. Among these mountain castles are those that developed differently from previous mountain castles in order to increase defensive capability against firearms.
  976. Among these nations, cooperation has been made concerning aid for observation instruments and funds concerned, and cooperation has been also made about planting trees and providing guidance for farming.
  977. Among these objects, 'five solid organs and six hollow organs' (a model of the internal organs made of silk), have gained a lot of attention as a valuable resource for the study of medical history.
  978. Among these peer groups, the Mononobe and the Otomo clans were uji in charge of military affairs.
  979. Among these performers Bunji I is known as the founder of the very first yose theater in Osaka as well as the creator of "shibai-banashi" (kabuki-derived stories) with music, props and stage settings.
  980. Among these ranks, the players of shihan and upper levels are registered as pure professionals at The Nohgaku Performers' Association.
  981. Among these records, it is almost possible to identify the military commissioners in the battle of Oshu, the Wada battle, and the Jokyu Disturbance.
  982. Among these reform, 'the donation loaning for three mountain shrines in Kumano' implemented by Kishu domain was a unique example, in which system the feudal lord (daimyo) himself became a moneylender and charged interest.
  983. Among these routes, trade with China boasted the highest amount of trade, while trade with the Netherlands was minimal.
  984. Among these ruins of kilns, Suemura ruins of kilns in Osaka Prefecture is the largest in Japan and is located close to Mozu burial mounds which is considered to have the Imperial mausoleum.
  985. Among these samurai were the prominent gokenin (lower vassals) Moritsuna ONO and Taneyoshi MIURA.
  986. Among these sects, the Kegon sect was emphasized so that the Great Buddha, the principal image of the Temple, represented the teachings of the Kegon-kyo Sutra,
  987. Among these singers who had studied singing at school, there were also singers who were originally geisha, such as Katsutaro KOUTA, Ichimaru, Koume AKASAKA and Michiyakko.
  988. Among these theories, the one connecting him to the Miyake clan is older than the others which insist he was an Imperial descendant.
  989. Among these theories, there are opinions to take objection to the theory of juxtaposition of plural Emperors for the reason that there are not many historical materials which can prove this theory.
  990. Among these there appeared many princesses who were given a title as a prelude to territorial succession, and some were given the title the same day as they formaly became princess/jugo.
  991. Among these three creator deities, Amenominakanushi no kami is assigned the highest position.
  992. Among these three, 'Kenpo Zome no Kaidori' which has a black background was treated as comparable formal attire with keiko shozoku, and sometimes they wore hakama (trousers) over kaidori.
  993. Among these uncles, Munemori was most attentive to Yorimori.
  994. Among these various barriers, the Nezumigaseki, Shirakawa, and Nakoso Barriers were known as the 'Big Three Barriers of the Ou region' (Mutsu and Dewa).
  995. Among these views, in recent years it is the theory that 1185 was the critical year, citing as evidence the Minamoto's annihilation of the Taira clan at Dannoura coupled with Yoritomo's usurpation of the right to appoint shugo and jito--who were the true power base critical to ruling throughout the country--that carries the most relative weight.
  996. Among these volume, only 'The Han Dynasty' does not exist in the "Kojidan."
  997. Among these was Dan LI, who was a pirate of Fujian Province and became famous.
  998. Among these, (1) and (2) were called Kakae Hinin, so distinguished from (3).
  999. Among these, Kushiro number includes Nemuro Province and Chishima Province, and Izumi number includes a part of Kawachi Province.
  1000. Among these, Saikaido contained Dazai-fu (the local government office in Kyushu region) which was located in Chikuzen Province and, in addition to protecting national borders and conducting external affairs, served to govern all islands under its jurisdiction according to the koku-gun-ri system (province-district-village system).

27001 ~ 28000

Previous Page    Next page
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345 346 347 348 349 350 351 352 353 354 355 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 363 364 365 366 367 368 369 370 371 372 373 374 375 376 377 378 379 380 381 382 383 384 385 386 387 388 389 390 391 392 393 394 395 396 397 398 399 400 401 402 403 404 405 406 407 408 409 410 411 412 413 414 415 416 417 418 419 420 421 422 423 424 425 426 427 428 429 430 431 432 433 434 435 436 437 438