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  1. On this matter, Okubo and Yoshii's 'domain armies theory' was at odds with Omura and Kido's 'universal conscription theory' and the argument carried over to the next day.
  2. On this occasion (there are two competing theories suggesting 665 and 671 as the time of occurrence), it is said that the 2000 strong army of the Tang Dynasty advanced to Wakoku.
  3. On this occasion Daikinjo SOGA no Akae no omi took the role of stating Mikotonori with orders from the Emperor.
  4. On this occasion Kotanshorai, the wealthy younger brother, treated Gozu Tenno coldly, but the elder brother, Sominshorai, despite being poor, welcomed and entertained Gozu Tenno kindly.
  5. On this occasion Shozan contributed "Revised and Enlarged Dutch Dictionary," a prototype dictionary that contained new words in the 19th century in the index A of "Doeff Halma."
  6. On this occasion Toyoji quit a ship carpentry job and became a Buddhist alter maker.
  7. On this occasion Toyoji was appointed as a reception servitor for foreign ships by Hakodate bugyo (magistrate).
  8. On this occasion came the end of the Nara period.
  9. On this occasion he distributed 3,000 koku to his younger brother Noritsuna KUTSUKI.
  10. On this occasion he resumed his surname of Mori from Hashiba which had been given by Hideyoshi.
  11. On this occasion people wore a crown and Sashinuki (type of hakama).
  12. On this occasion the "Fundamental Principles of Elementary School Rules" of the Monbusho Order ruled that "the goal of shoka is enabling students to sing plain songs, and at the same time to cultivate a sense of beauty and to develop virtue."
  13. On this occasion the bakufu took strong measures.
  14. On this occasion, 10 units of ashiginu (thick silk fabric) were given to the legitimate child who belonged to a family of successive generations and who held a ranking higher than Goi (Fifth Grade), but due to their old age, TSUKI no Omi and YAMATO no Iotari received this privilege together.
  15. On this occasion, Akae's position was also Daikinjo.
  16. On this occasion, Dogen declined it because he was staying at a temporary residence.
  17. On this occasion, Emperor Heizei already had Imperial Prince Takaoka, and Emperor Saga later had Emperor Ninmyo.
  18. On this occasion, Ieyasu saved the life of Hidenobu, Nobunaga's legitimate grandchild.
  19. On this occasion, Ieyasu, who had been chased to Hamamatsu-jo Castle, used the 'Kujokei' fighting strategy (in which the gates of the castle were left open and the castle was made to look inhabited).
  20. On this occasion, Imperial Prince Yasuhito was installed as the Crown Prince by the intention of Kamakura bakufu who was demanding an alternate accedence from two ancestries of the Imperial Families including the family of Imperial Prince Kuniyoshi, the main branch of Daikakuji-to those who were not involved in the Genko Incident.
  21. On this occasion, Imperial members who were demoted from nobility to subject formed a group of Kikuei shinboku kai.
  22. On this occasion, KIRINO organized the Satsuma army with the both flanks extending in the north-south direction from Hitoyoshi in the center as below.
  23. On this occasion, Kagesue received the title of Saemon no jo (third-ranked officer of the Left Division of Outer Palace Guards).
  24. On this occasion, Kamuyaimimi was shaking with fear, and was unable to shoot an arrow.
  25. On this occasion, Katsu directly asked him to train personnel who could operate warships and Iemochi immediately ordered the establishment of Kobe Navy Training Center.
  26. On this occasion, Kenshin could have set up his military base before Shingen and could have attacked Kaizu-jo Castle, but he did not do it.
  27. On this occasion, Kikugoro ONOE V, who assumed the next generation, gained power rapidly, and people around Utaemon V gathered around Kikugoro without scruple after Utaemon V's death.
  28. On this occasion, Kirino fought bravely staying in the fort and died in war being shot in the forehead.
  29. On this occasion, Kukai invited as many as 500 persons from the Seiryu-ji Temple and from the Da Xing Shan Temple that were deeply associated with Fukusanzo, and held a banquet for them to express his gratitude.
  30. On this occasion, Kukai wrote a petition to the governor of Fuku-shu for the chief of the envoy.
  31. On this occasion, Lee Wan-yong and other pro-Japanese people planned to depose the emperor, who was forced to pass the throne on to the crown prince on July 20 and become a retired emperor.
  32. On this occasion, Line No. 31A with an arriving and departing station at Murahigashi was extended to Jusco Kumiyamaten-mae.
  33. On this occasion, Munefusa YASUMI's Imoriyama Castle was attacked by Nagayoshi MIYOSHI, and the castle became Nagayoshi MIYOSHI's.
  34. On this occasion, Nagisa OSHIMA passed and Yoji YAMADA didn't.
  35. On this occasion, Naotaka NABESHIMA, the lord of the Ogi Domain (branch of the Saga Domain) and Shigeto TAKU, the lord of the Taku, admonished Narinao NABESHIMA for exemption of Shigeyoshi's seppuku.
  36. On this occasion, Nichiro built a thatched cottage, which later became Onmyo-ji Temple on Mt. Ukai."
  37. On this occasion, Nobukatsu became a priest and changed his name to Joshin.
  38. On this occasion, Rokuhara Tandai Minamikata was reestablished for the first time in 22 years since the time of Tokimori HOJO.
  39. On this occasion, Ryoo appealed to Hosshinno to invite the great scholars of the day.
  40. On this occasion, Ryoo petitioned to Tadatomo OKUBO, a Gohoji So-bugyo (a supervisor of shogunate administrator for the handling of affairs in the Buddhist memorial service for Tokugawa Bakufu and the Shogunate families) and requested the construction of a Kyozo building and an academic school on the remaining spare lands.
  41. On this occasion, Ryooo donated the treasured "Yakusa Yasuji no Hata" (literally, a flag made of eight colors and eight stripes of threads.) to the shrine.
  42. On this occasion, Shigetsugu who was entrusted to take care of Omandokoro treated her crudely, and by stacking up firewood around her building, he threatened to burn her to death if something had happened to Ieyasu in Kyoto.
  43. On this occasion, Takakage and his Kobayakawa's army took control of Fort of Mt. Ryuo, which was a branch castle of the Kannabe-jo Castle, by themselves, and were highly praised by Yoshitaka for the service.
  44. On this occasion, Takakage sent Motofusa MORI (Hidekane KOBAYAKAWA), who was one of Takakage's adopted children, to Hideyoshi as a hostage.
  45. On this occasion, Takeaki ENOMOTO went to the offing of Esashi in order to support HIJIKATA's family from the sea, but his ship was stranded because of a storm.
  46. On this occasion, Tamtsukuri-gumi carried banners that read, "always remember one's lord" and "devote oneself, the Japanese spirit."
  47. On this occasion, Toshizo was so angry that he threw his pillow at MOCHIZUKI.
  48. On this occasion, Tsugunobu SATO, who followed Yoshitsune from the Hiraizumi region, Mutsu Province, initially bore the brunt of attack and was shot through.
  49. On this occasion, Tsunekiyo's son (Yoritoki's grandchild) was brought with the daughter of Yoritoki and adopted by Takesada, and was called KIYOHARA no Kiyohira when he grew up.
  50. On this occasion, Uneme were dressed not in full uniform of court lady, Junihitoe, but in a special costume for Uneme which was shorter than Junihitoe.
  51. On this occasion, Yorimori ordered Munekiyo to accompany him, but Munekiyo flatly refused.
  52. On this occasion, Yoshihisa was ordered to be an instructor, but he was in Kyoto as an envoy to convey New Year's greetings for the Imperial Court; but his condition diminished on the way home so he didn't return to Edo until April 7.
  53. On this occasion, Yoshikane captured Masakado's wife and daughter (i.e., Yoshikane's daughter and granddaughter) and secretly took them back to Kazusa; the form of marriage in those days involved commuting relationships.
  54. On this occasion, Yoshinori asked Emperor Gohanazono, making use of authority of the imperial court, for Jibatsu Rinji (a written document for imperial edicts to hunt down and kill emperor's enemies) and the Imperial standard for the first time since the days of the third shogun Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA.
  55. On this occasion, a gift is usually given, which is called oseibo.
  56. On this occasion, a jigo was awarded, and this award was called 'gaku.'
  57. On this occasion, about 800 soldiers were joined with the Emishi side and about 400 additional soldiers of the Emishi appeared from Mt. Higashi to block the rear.
  58. On this occasion, although Shihei had known his name, when he looked at Kunpei's way too shabby clothing, he misread that Kunpei came to beg money, and laughed and said, 'what is your terrible guise, a down-and-out Confucian?'
  59. On this occasion, as opposed to the hanashika who was about to do '(abbreviated) "iwo te sando" dodon ga don' the danjiri association nonchalantly took the rhythm of '(abbreviated) "yo itosa" don sutton ton.'
  60. On this occasion, as the check at the border of the domain was strict, Yoshimura prepared donned armour and rode out, passing a sekisho (checking station), and was able to pass by saying that he was an envoy of Satsuma.
  61. On this occasion, by mutual agreement, we will divorce.
  62. On this occasion, curious Tokitaka saw the power of firearm and immediately paid good money of 2,000 ryo (currency unit) for two firearms.
  63. On this occasion, due to the suspicion that Okuma and Yukichi FUKUZAWA were trying to set up a new cabinet to replace the han-dominated government, many government officials who graduated from Keio Gijuku and were greatly influenced by Fukuzawa left their positions.
  64. On this occasion, following bakufu order was issued."Ozeni must be used by mixing based on 1 ryo = 3.9 0r 4 kanmon (1,000 kanmon=10,000 yen) without even a slight difference
  65. On this occasion, from the south to the north in order, KIRINO placed his troop in Hiraiwa, Shinpachi MURATA in Tomitaka-shinmachi, and IKEGAMI in Nobeoka, and commanded the troops respectively.
  66. On this occasion, harakomeshi was presented to him by local fishermen.
  67. On this occasion, he also had to break a ban on entering the country for his journey on board a Kentoshi Ship from Japan.
  68. On this occasion, he also rendered distinguished service in bringing over the Murakami navy into his navy via Munekatsu NOMI.
  69. On this occasion, he bought English books with the money he had received from bakufu as an outfit allowance and brought them back to Japan.
  70. On this occasion, he chose Ritsumeikan University Hirokoji Campus as the site of his visit, and he spent some time looking at the decorative frame displayed in the hall of the school building that had the word "Ritsumeikan" on it, which he himself had written.
  71. On this occasion, he disguised himself as a hikyaku (an express messenger in the old days) to leave Kyoto under a strict watch due to the incident.
  72. On this occasion, he distributed 1,000 koku (crop yields) to his younger brother Fusaharu KOIDE.
  73. On this occasion, he distributed 2,000 koku (approximately 0.36 million liters of crop yield) to his younger brother Yasuyoshi, so the Tatsuno domain turned to 51,000 koku (approximately 9.18 million liters of crop yield) from 53,000 (approximately 9.54 million liters of crop yield).
  74. On this occasion, he escorted Retired Emperor Goshirakawa, whom Yoshitomo's force temporarily detained.
  75. On this occasion, he found an old tachibana tree (mandarin orange tree) standing in front of the shrine, and composed waka (a traditional Japanese poem of 31 syllables), the main idea of which was that he (Moroki) became old like this tachibana tree.
  76. On this occasion, he heard from Tadayoshi TORII that the gokenin of the Matsudaira clan there were used as a spearhead, or as virtually a sacrifice group.
  77. On this occasion, he held the offices of Kebiishi no betto, Sangi, and Saemon no kami and the rank of Jusanmi.
  78. On this occasion, he received a congratulatory gift from SEN no Rikyu who he met during his time in Sakai City.
  79. On this occasion, he subdivided a part of his shoryo (territory), gave it to his uncle Mitsumasa KOIDE, who then founded the Toki Domain in Izumi Province.
  80. On this occasion, he transferred the head of the family to his heir Tsuruchiyo HORI.
  81. On this occasion, he was allowed by Hideyoshi to use the name of Hashiba.
  82. On this occasion, he was given a fief yielding 18 thousand koku of rice in Yamato Province.
  83. On this occasion, he was given an alternative name of Suichikuin.
  84. On this occasion, he was granted an unprecedented retirement stipend of 50,000 koku in Chikuzen by Hideyoshi.
  85. On this occasion, he was in charge of the southeastern part of the castle around the Fujiwara gate, but his troops joined the actual battle for attacking the castle on September 14.
  86. On this occasion, he was not given any instruction, so he went to the capital with his disciple, Torajiro TANABE, and made him appeal directly with the petition.
  87. On this occasion, he was permitted to assume the surname of Hashiba and came to be called Echigo Chunagon.
  88. On this occasion, he was promoted to the chief of the role of army provisions.
  89. On this occasion, high-voltage direct current was switched to high-voltage alternating current.
  90. On this occasion, his legitimate son Hikogoro (later Ukon) was also baptized.
  91. On this occasion, how to entertain, wine, and dine Tsushinshi was changed.
  92. On this occasion, however, Imperial Prince Yoshimune was already 84 years old, and therefore some are skeptical about the hypothesis that he had a biological son called 'Wakamiya' (a young imperial prince).
  93. On this occasion, however, they did not discuss politics but only enjoyed dinner and pleasant talks (according to "Hokobiroi" and other sources).
  94. On this occasion, in all the troops, soldiers should surrender if want to do so, and should die if want to die; Some high-level samurai behave like low-level samurai, and some low-level samurai behave like high-level samurai.
  95. On this occasion, it is said that Toshizo stopped KONDO from committing hara-kiri, and persuaded KONDO to present himself to the army of the new government.
  96. On this occasion, local trains running during the rush hour began to use a seven-car train and short distance operation was abolished.
  97. On this occasion, many members of the Obi-tai troop and many soldiers of the Satsuma army surrendered.
  98. On this occasion, many of his close retainers such as Yasumasa MATSUDAIRA (Daini) and Nakasaburo ONOGI were punished by his father, Masachika HONDA, and others.
  99. On this occasion, many of his ink-wash paintings produced during his goyo eshi career were incinerated.
  100. On this occasion, many of the senior vassals who were the members of the Shigehira faction were purged, including Zenkei TASAKA.
  101. On this occasion, many people, both men and women, gather to celebrate for three days.
  102. On this occasion, not only Emperor Jimmu's Mausoleum, but also over a hundred of mausoleums were restored.
  103. On this occasion, not only the eight gods of Hasshin-den, but also the gods of heaven and earth and the souls of successive Emperors were honored.
  104. On this occasion, powerful local clans in Buzen and Bungo Provinces left the Shimazu clan and went over to the Toyotomi clan, and Masaie RYUZOJI and Naoshige NABESHIMA in Hizen Province followed their examples.
  105. On this occasion, since Tokihira was at the young age of 21, no Sessho or Kanpaku (chancellor) was appointed, and a direct imperial rule was implemented by Emperor Uda.
  106. On this occasion, some members of the clan followed Akimitsu and moved to Kakuda, the others abandoned the samurai status and remained in Ishikawa as farmers and merchants.
  107. On this occasion, stopping service at Nishi-Imoarai on Uji-Yodo Route was tentatively abolished.
  108. On this occasion, sugar is often placed on the top to prevent ume from floating on top.
  109. On this occasion, the Emperor delegated the continuous transaction of immediate government affairs to Yoshinobu until the levy of lords meeting to decide national policy.
  110. On this occasion, the Hosshinno gave Ryoo two rolls of the Hakuteisho (white hand-woven fabric) clothes.
  111. On this occasion, the Iga lineage cooperated with Ieyasu for getting across Iga and, because of the merit of Hanzo HATTORI, who was the head of Iga at that time, 'Hanzomon' (Hanzo gate) was constructed in Edo-jo Castle.
  112. On this occasion, the Provincial Governor of Kawachi Province KUME no Shioko was raising an army in his efforts to side with Prince Oama.
  113. On this occasion, the Satsuma army (of approx 3,000 to 3,500 soldiers) was deployed in the following formation with the Wada-toge Pass at the center (according to "Daisaigototsui Senshi" (a war chronicle of Great Saigo breaking through the besieging armies)):
  114. On this occasion, the abbreviated name was also changed back to 'Hankyu' from 'Keihanshin.'
  115. On this occasion, the building was restored to its original state by removing portions that were alternated after its completion.
  116. On this occasion, the date of tsuyuiri or tsuyuake may be amended or an expression "not identified" may be given.
  117. On this occasion, the detached 3rd brigade was disbanded to deal with the captured Satsuma army soldiers.
  118. On this occasion, the documents required to be submitted were domain maps, pictorial maps of the castle and michi-no-cho, in which land and sea routes and old castles were illustrated, as well as gocho.
  119. On this occasion, the emperor said that he would reward anyone who solved a riddle he made up.
  120. On this occasion, the following agreement was made among government leaders.
  121. On this occasion, the management of the Sei Ren Kyo was strengthen, and was carried on up to the present date.
  122. On this occasion, the monks of Kofuku-ji Temple sent "The Nine Articles of Religious Negligence" to the Honen order.
  123. On this occasion, the name of each brigade was changed, but was altered again as follows later, on March 29:
  124. On this occasion, the number of soldiers of the Hashiba's forces was 100,000, while that of the allied forces of Tokugawa and Oda was 50,000.
  125. On this occasion, the numbers of locomotives manufactured by Sharp, Stewart Co., Ltd. were changed, namely No. 34 was changed to No. 31 and No. 38 was changed to No. 32.
  126. On this occasion, the octagonal stylobate of the tower was reconstructed, and a historic park was built around the remains to preserve them.
  127. On this occasion, the present-day folk-cultural properties were designated as 'folklore materials,' and included in tangible cultural properties along with 'buildings' and 'arts and crafts.'
  128. On this occasion, the problem was caused due to the elephant not having any official position and not being able to enter the Imperial Palace, the elephant was given ' 広南従四位白象 (Kankan Ju Shii White elephant)' in haste and was then allowed into the Palace.
  129. On this occasion, the pronunciation was changed from 'toudee' to 'karate.'
  130. On this occasion, the rule that each minister could countersign laws and so forth by him or herself was abolished, and it was decided that all Imperial edicts had to be countersigned by the Prime Minister.
  131. On this occasion, the shogunate required that 'Seisho's son would become a priest,' while Seisho required that 'the shogunate would make territorial lords present Seisho with 3,000 hiki per month for living expenses.'
  132. On this occasion, the side where a groove called "hi" appears is bent.
  133. On this occasion, the three bugyo officers of Geni MAEDA, of Masaie NAGATSUKA, and of Nagamori MASHITA, Yoshiharu HORIO, Kazuuji NAKAMURA, and Chikamasa IKOMA appealed him to stop the conquering movement, but Ieyasu executed the conquering activity forcibly, without accepting the appeal.
  134. On this occasion, the troops stationed from north to south of Hirano in Higo Province surrounding Kiyama (in Mashiki Town), where the headquarters were placed, was deployed as below:
  135. On this occasion, the vanguard of Chosokabe was lightly equipped, Morichika tried to make the vanguard join with the main unit of the troops, but it was found by the troops of Todo.
  136. On this occasion, they were granted a new group name.
  137. On this occasion, though having been injured, Yaichiro NAGAYAMA rushed to the site by rickshaw from the headquarters at Nihongi, and, sitting on a sake barrel, spurred the Satsuma army soldiers who took to flight.
  138. On this occasion, to avoid the fact that Shoken was three years older than the Emperor, her birth year was officially announced as1850.
  139. On this occasion, while all court nobles and benkans (officials of the dajokan) from the Fujiwara clan felt offended and evaded this order, Masanobu managed the senji as the jokyo (top court noble) and his fourth son Sukeyoshi was used.
  140. On this occasion, yoriki (police sergeants) such as Toshiie MAEDA, Narimasa SASA and Mitsuharu FUWA were provided for him, and he was put in charge of subduing Kaga Province, which had been in the possession of the Ikki for 90 years, and became the commander in chief in the Hokuriku area.
  141. On this occasion, you can pickle daikon and carrot separately or pickle by pressing them under a heavy stone.
  142. On this page it is shown in the old calendar style for the sake of the accuracy of the calendar, and to maintain coordination with the book, the name of a Japanese era of the period of the Northern and Southern Courts is shown in style of the Northern Dynasty (Kyoto).
  143. On this page, descriptions are made about the Edo machi-bugyo and the Edo machi-bugyo-sho office (the office for machi-bugyo) (hereafter, bugyo and bugyo-sho office indicates machi-bugyo and machi-bugyo-sho office, respectively, if not specifically mentioned).
  144. On this particular day, trains are operated with a conductor dispatched from the Keihan Main Line for the sake of passenger safety.
  145. On this platform, there are no kiosks so only vending machines are available.
  146. On this point, Koshinto is very similar to late Edo-period Shinto sects, notably the Kurozumikyo sect, and indeed, quite a few people choose to describe Sect Shinto's religious organizations as Koshinto.
  147. On this point, different researchers have different explanations, with one theory being that the pagoda was completed first in 596, and the other temple buildings were built in turn after that.
  148. On this point, he was the polar opposite of his lifelong political enemy, Aritomo YAMAGATA.
  149. On this point, it is considered that, because all of the documents between 1039 and 1093 are concerned with nyoingo (a title of respect given to close female relatives of the Emperor or a woman of comparable standing), they were augmented later in 1121 when the latest manuscript was completed.
  150. On this point, it seems appropriate to judge that she was Mototaka's (born in 1075) daughter, because it is not logical from a chronological point of view that Ienori's (born in 1048) daughter served as a nyobo for Bifukumonin (born in 1117) and gave birth to Chikamune (born in 1144).
  151. On this point, there is an opinion insisting that in fact, the Emperor was similar to those in present day Japan and Great Britain, which holds the principle that 'he reigns, but doesn't govern.'
  152. On this setsubun day, various events have been traditionally performed for the purpose of purging noxious vapors.
  153. On this slope, there were two kanjinsho (offices for raising funds) for the construction of the road, and they collected transit duty from passersby for the maintenance of the stone pavement.
  154. On this statue, a tachiwaku pattern is used on the hagoromo (feather-robe) and an asa no ha pattern on its skirt.
  155. On this statue, linear kirikane is used in the hair, and a connected 卍 pattern is used on the chest amour.
  156. On this statue, linear kirikane is used in the hair, and a kagome pattern is used on the chest armor.
  157. On this visit, his order of precedence was fifth among the lords who had the official rank of Jiju or Shosho (Major General) and was also after Toshiie MAEDA, Hidekatsu TOYOTOMI and Hideyasu YUKI.
  158. On this, a picture about the yomifuda's contents is portrayed and the first syllable of the yomifuda's phrase (or sentence) is written.
  159. On top of Chinese poetry, calligraphy, drawing and seal-engraving, Kendo was well versed in music and pottery.
  160. On top of shortages of basic commodities such as food, common people, who didn't have enough clothes even in the black market, started to wear old clothes released from the General Headquarters of the Allied Powers in 1948.
  161. On top of that, a mirror was also believed to have the power of 'Hekija-e (exorcist scroll),' therefore, in some cases, it was buried with sutra into kyozuka.
  162. On top of that, after Naohiko MASAKI joined the judges in 1913, Seiho TAKEUCHI and other craftspeople, who were popular in exhibitions sponsored by Ministry of Education, came to be appointed.
  163. On top of that, people who view the flowers should absolutely be prohibited from breaking and cutting the branches of the trees.
  164. On top of that, the territory in Totomi Province which belonged to a branch family of Ryoshun IMAGAWA, was taken by local samurai who was a vassal for the Shiba clan, when Norimasa IMAGAWA was killed for the charge of rebellion.
  165. On top of the Hoo-do Hall of the Byodo-in Temple during the Sekkan period, similar Buddhist temples were built on the Muryoko-in Temple site that FUJIWARA no Hidehira had built in Hiraizumi.
  166. On top of the clay surface, pieces of hemp cloth are laid with mugi-urushi (Japanese lacquer mixed with wheat flour) to create the basic shape of the statue.
  167. On top of the mountain there exists Atago-jinja Shrine (Kyoto City), which has been worshipped by the people of Kyoto as hibuse no kami or gods to protects from fire and theft from a long time ago.
  168. On top of this, he is said to have taken part in drafting the Kenmu Code at the request of the Ashikaga clan after the collapse of the Kenmu Restoration, but neither of those were confirmed.
  169. On top of this, his nephew, the Retired Emperor Tsuchimikado was exiled and the empress, his sister-in-law, Tsushi, died of disease, leaving him without his political base.
  170. On top of this, in 1664 the third lord of the clan (Tsunakatsu UESUGI) died suddenly leaving no successor.
  171. On top of this, people would sit on cushions for the Gosechi dancers and placed plain wood tables in front of each cushion with a candle on top.
  172. On top of this, the situation had also changed drastically.
  173. On top of those buninjo, buninjo such as andojo (a letter to secure safety) or ate okonai jo existed as well.
  174. On top of those, a yellow ingredient representing Oryu is sometimes added to chirashi zushi and the five colors represent the universe.
  175. On traffic signs, Karasuma-dori Street and Imadegawa-dori Street are written as '烏丸通り' and '今出川通り' respectively, however, for the name of streets (tori or dori in Japanese) in Kyoto City, 'ri' (り) are usually omitted, such as '烏丸通' and '今出川通' respectively('通り' and '通' have the same meaning and the same pronunciation).
  176. On traffic signs, the section between the Seta-Higashi Junction and the Oyamazaki Junction is identified as the Keiji Bypass so as to make it easier for drivers to understand the signs.
  177. On transferring the capital or constructing a shrine, a place where Yin and Yang forces do not overlap each other has been selected as Ryuketsu, in view of the soil structure of the land such as active faults and configuration of mountains.
  178. On transparent paper etc., draw grid lines with intervals equivalent to 109 meters according to the scale of the map, and put it on the map.
  179. On traveling they were to wear navy blue cotton clothes, kyahan (foot cover), kogake (foot guards) and straw sandals.
  180. On treatment of the bestowal of an order on survivors (Cabinet approval on November 18, 1953)
  181. On various groups
  182. On warmed sake, delicate expressions for temperatures are used.
  183. On web pages, they post pictures of male characters wearing fundoshi loincloths, which they call fundoshi-kyara (fundoshi-character).
  184. On weekdays from 22:00 or later, since there is no service of outbound sub-express trains, several section express trains, mainly arriving at and departing from Kuzuha Station, are operated.
  185. On weekdays, Saturdays and holidays, the limited express, express and local trains were operated at 10-minute intervals during the daytime.
  186. On weekdays, the "Commuter Liner (train)" runs only as an inbound train.
  187. On weekends, the river area along the Kizu-gawa River (Kyoto Prefecture), located beneath and west of the Kasagi-bashi Bridge, is full of tourists and their cars visiting the place.
  188. On weekends, when you look at Mt. Ibuki in the middle of the night, you can see a line of flashlights climbers on the trail have.
  189. On whom there is more below.
  190. On, Mayura, Kirandei, Sowaka
  191. On-going road projects
  192. On-stage assistants carry ichi-jo-dai (a platform of the size of one tatami mat) which represents the Imperial Palace precincts and set it on a noh-noh stage and a noh-noh stage.
  193. On-yomi (Chinese reading of kanji), kun-yomi (Japanese reading of kanji), and Kokuji (native script, kana)
  194. Ona was born before Motomasa.
  195. Ona-a (later Soshinni) was born as a daughter of Toshisada MAKIMURA who was a lord of the Iwate castle in the Ise province in 1588.
  196. Ona-a entered O-oku and made efforts to improve awareness of maids by utilizing experiences acquired in the Zakke-in Temple, such as expostulating Zen mind to women in O-oku.
  197. Ona-a was grown up in due course and married with Naotomo Maeda in the Komatsu-jo Castle (the son of Ko, the first daughter of Toshiie), a branch family of the Maeda family, and had two sons, but she was suddenly forced to divorce from the Maeda family.
  198. Ona-a was taken care of by the Maeda family in the Kaga domain guided by Toshiie MAEDA who had been close to her father and raised with Toshitsune MAEDA.
  199. Onagadori Shuen Gemonkin Uchishiki
  200. Onaginata
  201. Onahama, Iwaki City, is Japan's top producer of ita kamaboko.
  202. Onaibutsu (a Buddhist altar)
  203. Onaibutsu is a Buddhist altar, or a principal image enshrined in it.
  204. Onakatomi clan
  205. Onakatsuhime granted the sacred treasures to MONONOBE no Tochine and made him take care of them.
  206. Onako, like the small bundle of grass being mowed in a far away field, I cannot forget you even for a very short time (Vol. 2-110)
  207. Onami
  208. Onami (Onnami) (1398 - February 15, 1467) was a sarugakuno actor (actor for sarugaku (form of theatre popular in Japan during the 11th to 14th centuries) of Noh (traditional masked dance-drama)) of the Muromachi period.
  209. Onami (Sarugakuno)
  210. Onami passed the position of master to his child, Masamori KANZE, in 1458 when he became sixty years old, and entered priesthood with the homyo (Buddhist name) of 'Onami.'
  211. Onami, who grew up under such expectations, had records of his activities when he was in his early twenties around 1413, and while young he started participating as the next-generation successor of the Kanze guild.
  212. Onami, who lost his greatest supporter, temporarily fell into poverty and performed Kanjin noh (performances held to raise subscriptions for the construction of shrines or temples) in order to get himself out from that difficult situation.
  213. Onamochi no Mikoto
  214. Onamochi no kami (Okuninushi) is enshrined in Imamiya-jinja Shrine.
  215. Onamochimiko no tamae no kami no yashiro Shrine (also called Otomi no yashiro. A related shrine outside the precincts of Izumo Taisha Shrine): Main enshrined deity Shitateruhime no mikoto
  216. Onamuchi is another one of Okuninushi's names used in "Harima no Kuni Fudoki" (the Topography of Harima Province).
  217. Onamuchi no Mikoto:
  218. Onamuchi no kami
  219. Onamuchi no mikoto
  220. Onamuchi no mikoto is worshipped as the god of encouragement of new business and healthy longevity, and Yagawaehime no mikoto is worshipped as the god of development of performance and wish fulfillment.
  221. Onamuchi-no-mikoto
  222. Onamuji 's brothers dropped a burning huge stone that looked like a boar to the foot of the mountain where he waited.
  223. Onamuji asked what happened, and the hare answered as so.
  224. Onamuji decided to escape, so he tied Susanoo's hair to a pillar of the room and blocked the entrance with a huge stone.
  225. Onamuji no Kami, Oanamochi no Mikoto, and Onamuchi no Mikoto:
  226. Onamuji no kami told the hare to go to the mouth of the river and wash the body in fresh water, take the pollen from the cattails (hou, cattail pollen) that grow there and sleep on them (cattail pollen is called hou, which makes good medicine for treating wounds.)
  227. Onamuji no kami went out to have Yagamihime of Inaba as his wife, Yasogami made Onamuji no kami carry all of his belongings.
  228. Onamuji no kami, who was running behind, came across the hare who was crying in pain.
  229. Onamuji overcame those trials and Susano accepted Onamuji's right to take Suseri-bime as his wife, whereupon he gave Onamuji the name of Okuninushi.
  230. Onamuji tried to catch it and was burnt to death.
  231. Onamuji understood what that meant, so he stepped into a spot, where a hollow appeared and he fell into it under the ground and he could escape from the fire that past over his head.
  232. Onamuji was in trouble, but a mouse came and told him, "Naka ha hora-hora, Soto ha subu-subu (the inside of the cave is spacious, although the entrance of the cave is narrow)".
  233. Onamuji's eighty brothers called Yasogami (eighty gods) wooed the maiden Yagamihime in Inaba Province, but she said she wanted to marry Onamuji.
  234. Onamuji's mother (Sashikuni wakahime) who knew that grieved over her son's death and went up to Takamanohara (plain of high heaven) to ask Kamimusubi for help.
  235. Onan (横難) oshi (横死) means to die in an unforeseen disaster or to die an unnatural death.
  236. Onan oshi
  237. Onando-yaku (Shogun or daimyo's closet keeper) with a stipend of 20 koku for five people.
  238. Onbe-yaki (or simply Onbe)
  239. Once Denzaburo thought someone the right person for a job, he never doubted them.
  240. Once Emperor Fushimi ascended to the throne Tamekane also became active as a politician, but was banished to Sado Province in 1298 for his participation in the attempt, as an aristocratic supporter of the Jimyoin lineage, to manipulate the Imperial succession in favor of the Jimyoin line.
  241. Once Emperor Higashiyama grew up, he began to detest the Insei of the Retired Emperor Reigen, and became more dependent on Motohiro.
  242. Once Empress Akashi enters the Imperial Palace, she raises Onna Ichi no Miya and San no Miya (Nioumiya) who were children of the Empress and she particularly loves Nioumiya, leaving Nijoin to him in her will.
  243. Once Ennin began to teach bosatsukai (bodhisattva precepts) and gain pupils, he received daijokai (Mahayana precepts) himself on March 6, 817.
  244. Once Fukei went back to Yamato City, the Omi Army (the enemy) no longer advanced to Nara Basin.
  245. Once Goshirakawa ascended the Imperial throne, Kinyoshi's daughter Kinshi became his empress and Kinyoshi was rapidly promoted to Udaisho (Major Captain of the Right Division of Inner Palace Guards) in 1156 and Gon Dainagon (provisional chief councilor of state) in 1157.
  246. Once Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI succeeded in dominating the whole country as Kanpaku (chief adviser to the Emperor), the highest aristocratic rank, he started to try controlling daimyo throughout the country by giving them official ranks and incorporating them into the Ritsuryo ranking system.
  247. Once I sat down, I kept sitting, not caring about losing my life, until I fell spontaneous.
  248. Once Ieyasu TOKUGAWA established the Edo bakufu, leaning from the bad experiences during the Toyotomi regime, he started to reform the ranking system while still using it as a tool to control the warriors.
  249. Once Ieyasu got transferred to Kanto after the conquest and siege of Odawara, he received 20,000 koku (crop fields) in Kisai Domain of Musashi Province.
  250. Once Ieyasu got transferred to Kanto after the conquest and siege of Odawara, he received 20,000 koku in Shiroi Domain of Kozuke Province.
  251. Once Ii was assassinated, the Sonjo Movement led by the lower ranking warriors from various clans became more violent.
  252. Once Kenmu Restoration started after overthrowing the Shogunate, he left the capital for Kanto region following Tadayoshi ASHIKAGA and was appointed the 6th tonin (the director) of Kanto hisashiban in January, 1334 (Sadaie KIRA, a member of the clan, was also appointed the 3rd tonin).
  253. Once Masamune learned that Kanetsugu NAOE had gone back to Yonezawa after the Battle of Hasedo-jo Castle, he launched a campaign to the Sendo area, and on October 6, Masamune defeated the troops of Uesugi led by Sigenaga HONJO at Miyashiro.
  254. Once Masamune obtained an approval of Ieyasu, he appointed Luis Sotelo as the ambassador of the delegation, and dispatched over 180 people including his retainer Tsunenaga HASEKURA to Viceroyalty of New Spain (Mexico), Spain and Rome (Keicho era mission to Europe).
  255. Once Motofusa learned that the owner of the carriage was Sukemori, he sent a messenger to Shigemori with an apology and said that he will hand over the criminals.
  256. Once Nakagawa no Miya and Sanenaru Ogimachi-SANJO asked Emperor Komei that Prince Taruhito and Takahito to be pardoned, however, the Emperor died without canceling their punishment.
  257. Once Petitjean had opened the door and invited the group inside, they walked around the inside of the church in a single file.
  258. Once Seinshi was informed at the judicial office and the police and Kebiishi (judicial chief who also acted as police), ("Saigu ki"), it was allowed to enter the Imperial Palace just wearing Noshi (without wearing Zappo).
  259. Once Shaka reached nirvana, in order to transmit his teachings correctly his disciples held a meeting to edit Buddhist sutras (Ketuju, 結集) and began to classify them.
  260. Once Shoin was executed in the Ansei no Taigoku (suppression of extremists by the Shogunate) in 1859, Shinagawa joined Shinsaku TAKASUGI and gave himself to the Sonno Joi (reverence for the Emperor and the expulsion of foreigners) movement, involving himself in such actions as fire attacks on the British Legation.
  261. Once Sutoku came before Goshirakawa but was not accepted as a priest; instead, he was sentenced to deportation to Sanuki Province.
  262. Once Wakoku had advanced its sovereignty by early Kofun (tumulus) period, chiefs began placing their residences outside the village, and moat settlements were gradually dismantled.
  263. Once Yoshiaki won the conflict, he forced Nobuyasu to retire and become a priest.
  264. Once Yoshinori was made Shogun, his goals became the recovery of the shogunate's power and the restoration of direct rule by the Shogun.
  265. Once a bell of defunct Seson-ji Temple, it is still in a bell tower of the remains of Seson-ji Temple (near Yoshino-mikumari-jinja Shrine, about an hour walk from Zao-do Hall).
  266. Once a chain weight is thrown, it takes a very long time to retrieve the thrown chain and brandish the chain again to be ready for the next attack.
  267. Once a color is applied, the next color cannot be applied until the previously used dye dries to prevent the colors from running.
  268. Once a hunting ground was established, the torimi took charge of preventing poaching, feeding birds to become prey and mobilizing people from neighboring villages and securing safety.
  269. Once a life begins to learn the Hokke-kyo sutra, it enters the path of belief despite the difficulties and will open its immeasurable ability.
  270. Once a new Saigu is selected, Chokushi (an Imperial envoy) comes to her residence to inform her that she was chosen by Bokujo.
  271. Once a person entered the area of the temple, he was not asked anything by the outside world, and the temple accepted anybody.
  272. Once a person ran into a temple, they were not asked anything by the outside world.
  273. Once a small station with a single platform and track on one side only, it was reborn as a fine over-track station in May 1991, spanning two platforms opposite each other and two tracks in between.
  274. Once a year, 'Shizuoka Oden Festival' is held in full swing with a popularity vote and other attractions.
  275. Once abolished, the penalty of castration was reinstated in the Ming Dynasty and utilized against male criminals among a wide variety of social classes, from high officials in the government to the labourers who produced salt.
  276. Once again adding mirin to kaeshi and letting it stand produces what is called gozen-gaeshi or uwa-gaeshi, which is used to make zaru-soba (soba topped with sliced nori seaweed served on a latticed bamboo tray) sauce.
  277. Once again infuriated, Harutaka SUE personally led a large host of 20,000 men leaving Yamaguchi in 1555.
  278. Once again she started over and it took seventeen years for her to complete the six-volume set "New-New Translation of the Tale of Genji."
  279. Once again to India and the End of Xavier
  280. Once again, Mitsumasa KITABATAKE, who was supporting Prince Oguranomiya Seisho (the son of Tsuneatsu, himself Gokameyama's son and Imperial Prince), raised an army in Ise Province, but he was defeated in a battle with shogunal forces and died.
  281. Once again, it was Nobunaga that quelled the Ikko Ikki (popular religious uprisings) and dismantled the Jinaicho.
  282. Once all materials have been boiled, add the pork to the pot again, turn off the heat and season to taste.
  283. Once all seven ships had arrived in Edo Bay, the Powhatan became the flagship.
  284. Once an aesthetic area is designated, the structures and facilities of buildings in the area can be restricted by regulations of the local government.
  285. Once becoming the Honinbo, Shusai proved the difference by dominating the other top-ranked professional go players who could only play a handicap game of at least sen-ni with Shusai.
  286. Once beni was brought to Japan from China, the court ladies' lips were made up in vivid beni, and people began to think of using beni as an important factor to a woman's grooming and appearance.
  287. Once climbing up here, the view suddenly opens up, there is Yokuryu-chi Pond below and a magnificent view of the surrounding mountains spreads in the distance.
  288. Once coagulated, konnyaku is insoluble in water and highly elastic.
  289. Once completed, it will become another pass with a tunnel on National Route 162 such as Kasa-toge Pass, Horikoshi-toge Pass and Fukami-toge Pass.
  290. Once crowded with departing and repatriated soldiers, the railway is now used by people traveling to the Maizuru area on business or for sightseeing trips to Tango province in northern Kyoto Prefecture and Reinan in southern Fukui Prefecture.
  291. Once died out in early Meiji period, but revived in late Showa period, and the shape of the noodles produced after the revival is flat.
  292. Once each country determines an exchange rate between home currency and gold, the parity of gold becomes automatically fixed, and the currency authority in each country introduces monetary policy, which is adjusted to the financial situation to sustain the parity of gold.
  293. Once each year since 1967, the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare judges technicians who have been recommended, and selects an outstanding technician, commends and presents that individual as a 'contemporary master craftsman.'
  294. Once entered in Showa period, this novel has been often adapted for movies and dramas.
  295. Once every one or two hours, an interviewer (therapist) visits a Naikansha (client) for an interview.
  296. Once flakes have been removed from host rock, the rock will be called core.
  297. Once flintlock guns began to be used, paper cartridges wrapping gun powder and a bullet like sausages were carried in a pouch, and this continued until the percussion era in the mid 19th century.
  298. Once getting out of the trend of sanzoshu, 'the tanrei and dry boom' began as a reaction to the sweet taste before and continued for about 20 years.
  299. Once giving the personal information, take actions such as do-not-disturb mode.
  300. Once he became magistrate, he obtained letters for confirmation of holdings for Mukawashu (samurai groups in Kai) such as the Yonekura clan, Kai-Ichijo clan, and old Takeda retainers, whom he was sheltering, such as Nagayasu OKUBO, and won them over.
  301. Once he became the shinshi (Daigaku student who passed a subject of the official appointment test) at Daigaku-ryo (Bureau of Education under the ritsuryo system), he consecutively held positions of Kurodo (Chamberlain), Zusho Gon no suke (book officer), and civil government officer.
  302. Once he composed poems at the request of FUJIWARA no Yoritada, which were included in "the Shui wakashu" (Collection of Gleanings of Japanese Poems) (poem Nos. 173 and 243).
  303. Once he departed from the Imperial Family and became an allegiant, named MINAMOTO no Kaneakira.
  304. Once he had consulted with Tsunanori and the bakufu, they adopted Haruchiyo, the second son of Tsunanori, changing his name into Yoshimasa KIRA, and on May 24, 1690, they took him into the residence at Edo Kajibashi.
  305. Once he had successfully used his position of power to forcefully borrow the horse, he did not return it to Nakatsuna, changed the name of the horse to 'Nakatsuna,' and branded 'Nakatsuna' on the rump of the horse humiliating MINAMOTO no Nakatsuna.
  306. Once he heard there was a good singer, he invited him or her to hear him or her sing, and he lost his voice three times as he sung too much.
  307. Once he placed his confidence in someone, he took care of him sincerely regardless of his social status or where he came from.'
  308. Once he put his hand to a complicated matter, he worked as quick as lightning, showing various skills according to circumstances.'
  309. Once he returned to Hirado in March 1551, he left for Yamaguchi at the end of April carrying gifts he left behind and had an audience of Yoshitaka OUCHI once again.
  310. Once he was inaugurated Kanpaku following Morozane in 1094, Moromichi actively participated in the affairs of state with the 16-year-old Emperor Horikawa, who desired to become politically independent.
  311. Once he was promoted as the Sangi (Councilor) on September 30, 995, he provided advice to Emperor Ichijo when deciding the candidate for the Kurodo no to, and he recommended FUJIWARA no Yukinari.
  312. Once he worked with Miyagawa, however, Mizoguchi, recognizing his talent, trusted him as his right-hand man and even accepted many of his suggestions for shooting in particular.
  313. Once his grandson Michizane was deified as the god Tenjin, Kiyokimi and his son Koreyoshi were deified together at Tenmangu Shrine.
  314. Once in place as administrator, Yorinaga acted shrewdly by reviving the deliberations of the court and applied himself to reviving scholarship, which received the blessings of Emperor Toba.
  315. Once in the past, the spectators leaving the track after the race would stampede to the platform at Yodo Station, and some limited express trains that normally didn't stop at the station had to make urgent stops for the sake of security.
  316. Once it had residents, however, now it is a desert island.
  317. Once it was arranged for Tokuko to become Cloistered Emperor Goshirakawa's adopted child, in 1171 she then entered into the court to become Chugu (the second consort of an emperor) to Emperor Takakura, who was eleven years old, while Tokuko was seventeen years old.
  318. Once it was run by the government (the direct management of Ministry of Railways) to play a role of a state guesthouse in Kansai region.
  319. Once it was said that 'the day should be known to end in a stalemate,' and was said to be the day when all the games end in a draw, that is, 'tomobiki' (both sides end in a draw) and it did not have the present-day meaning.
  320. Once it was seen as the beginning of 'Shugo and Jito.'
  321. Once it was the day to purify oneself and the last day of New Year's celebration, so people had a day off.
  322. Once it was written as '小吉' and '周吉' and regarded as a Kitsujitsu (lucky day), but, according to the meaning of the Chinese characters used for sakimake, it has been interpreted as the present meaning.
  323. Once moved into a container, the tengusa is then left for about three hours to lose heat naturally, until set (it tends to fail that the tengusa is cooled in a refrigerator).
  324. Once my lord considers possible to face with the enemy troops by the preparatory map exercise,
  325. Once occupied the hill, the government army fired down upon the right flank of the Satsuma army and drove it off, although the Satsuma army had tried to capture the hill again and again.
  326. Once okonomiyaki is formed to some degree, stick a chopstick into it and check the dough.
  327. Once people became accustomed to referring to the Kamakura bakufu as buke, another new word 'kuge,' which was a general term representing civil officials at the Imperial Court, appeared.
  328. Once posthumous titles were given to emperors, however, the opponents to the enthronement of Emperor Kobun were doomed to be opponents to the judgment of Emperor Meiji.
  329. Once powerful clans established a daigaku besso (a dormitory facility built near the University for the court noble's children), the Ariwara clan also established Shogakuin and send their children to study there.
  330. Once reaching the prosperity, the fate of Nakamaro turned for the worse after the death of Empress Dowager Komyo and the Retired Empress Koken began to make a favorite of YUGE no Dokyo.
  331. Once recognized as a regular, it was regarded as unfaithfulness if the customer was seen with a different oiran.
  332. Once returned to Hiraizumi, Yoritomo was impressed with temples when he paid a visit and erected Eifuku-ji Temple ruins, imitating Daichoju-in Temple erected in precincts of Chuson-ji Temple, after his return to Kamakura.
  333. Once samurai has blossomed beautifully, letting him lose the life in fine style is also counted as a mercy.'
  334. Once seeing that yeast has familiarized itself with its environment, twice the amount of koji, steamed rice, and water compared to nakazoe are poured for fermentation.
  335. Once she became an empress, she played an important role in the Kokyu (Imperial family's residence) even after Mototsune died.
  336. Once six members of the KOTOKUI family achieved the status of the Kugyo (a court noble), they petitioned for the status of peerage after the Meiji Restoration; however, their petition was denied by the Meiji government
  337. Once specified these areas are subject to preservation measures.
  338. Once steamed, then mix well.
  339. Once such a situation occurs, it is not a good policy to continue issuing high-quality coins.
  340. Once the Hoki era began, he was promoted to Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) from Jugoinoge, and after he experienced a Junior Assistant Minister of Popular Affairs and a Senior Assistant Minister of the Sovereign's Household, he became a Senior Assistant Minister of Popular Affairs with the rank of Jushiinoge (Junior Fourth Rank, Lower Grade) in 781.
  341. Once the Imperial Prince's innocence had been proved later, Emperor Saga called the children back to Heian-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in the current Kyoto) and returned to them the property of the Imperial Prince.
  342. Once the Itoku school of otsuzumi-kata became part of the Ko school by performing as ashirai tsuzumi (accompanying hand drum), which was also called Ko school.
  343. Once the Kamakura period began, a monk called Ryoe and some other people began to reconstruct the thirteen-storied stone pagoda, which can be said to be a symbol of Hannya-ji Temple, and they completed it in around 1253.
  344. Once the Kamakura period began, the number of za increased in big cities and in commercial and industrial cities.
  345. Once the Kamakura shogunate was established by MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, the Tokaido began to serve as an arterial highway linking Kyoto and Kamakura.
  346. Once the Keihan Keishin Line was connected to the Keihan Main Line and had a through train service, but they have been separated since the Keihan Main Line was made underground and the Keishin Line was partly abolished as the Tozai Line of the Kyoto Municipal Subway Line opened.
  347. Once the Kurodo-dokoro (Board of Archivists) was established in the Heian period, the role of chamberlains rapidly became less important, and eventually, Dainagon (chief councilor of state), Chunagon (vice-councilor of state) or Sangi (councillor) also served as chamberlain.
  348. Once the Meihan route opened, competition for freight and passengers in this sector emerged against the Government Railway Company.
  349. Once the Muromachi period began, customs like Kokin denju (the secret transmission of a certain interpretation of the Kokin wakashu) arose, and more progress was made towards the stabilization and formalization of kagaku as a discipline.
  350. Once the Onin War ended, he started to rule by himself and actively executed several reforms of shogunal politics, such as the Rokkaku subjugation to restore the stagnating power of the shogunate government, but in the middle of the Rokkaku subjugation he became ill and passed away, thus preceding his parents to the grave.
  351. Once the Onin War started in 1467, Mototsuna took part in various battles in Kyoto together with the Kagawa clan as the head of an army from Sanuki Province.
  352. Once the Roshigumi entered Kyoto, KIYOKAWA revealed his support for the Sonno joi (Revere the Emperor, expel the barbarians) policy, and declared to return to Edo.
  353. Once the Siege of Osaka began, he sided with Ieyasu and was given 40,000 koku as a reward.
  354. Once the Toki family carried out a revolt in cooperation with the Southern Court but Yoriyasu won the battle and suppressed Mino Province.
  355. Once the Tozai Line started operating, this station, becoming the only subway station in Kyoto City where two subway lines crossed, was able to provide very convenient transportation means, thus promoting the development of the area around the station.
  356. Once the aftermath related to this incident was dealt with, Saionji announced his resignation as the head of the Seiyu-kai Party for the first time, citing the charge of 'Violation of the Ordinance.'
  357. Once the ammonia gas spreads into the spongy koya-dofu and becomes fully absorbed, the tofu is hermetically sealed and shipped.
  358. Once the area is designated, some exceptions are applied and in some cases a subsidy is also granted.
  359. Once the culture of Kyoto spread to the countryside amid the turmoil of the Onin War, renga came to be composed not only in the Kinai District but throughout Japan as well.
  360. Once the father, Emperor Toba, learned of this, he called Emperor Sutoku "Ojiko," which means "not my child but the grandfather's child."
  361. Once the films or TV programs became successful, they were made into series, most of which continued for ten to twenty years.
  362. Once the fungus has multiplied, the surface of the fillet is shaved off and step number 5 is repeated.
  363. Once the gods of Takamanohara (plain of high heaven) were granted the sovereignty of Ashihara-Naka-tsu-Kuni, they had Tenson Ninigi, the grandson of Amaterasu-Omikami (the sun goddess) descend to Takachiho of Hyuga Province.
  364. Once the government made a plan to modernize the brewing industry in the Meiji period, toji groups also began to reorganize their structure so that it would be suited to the government's policy.
  365. Once the last Saigu ends her mission, candidates are picked out among unmarried imperial princesses and princesses (of the Imperial Family).
  366. Once the military government was established, Yoritomo MINAMOTO banned Gokenin(low-ranking vassal) from being appointed to an official rank without Yoritomo's permission to tighten the control over them.
  367. Once the multilayered relation of the rights to land were dissolved as a result of Taiko-kenchi (the land survey by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI), both the act and concept of karita-rozeki gradually disappeared.
  368. Once the name was settled as Minamoto and Taira, the kabane was also settled as Asomi.
  369. Once the new government would implement the process; the lords would return their territorial domains and residences to the Imperial Court ("Hanseki hokan;" the return of the lands and people from the feudal lords to the Emperor).
  370. Once the news of arson of Satsuma domain residence in Edo was delivered to Osaka Castle on January 22, 1868 by Tomoaki TAKIGAWA, Ometsuke, and Tomogoro ONO, kanjo bugyo-nami (assistant commissioner of finance), the hard-liners in the castle was infuriated.
  371. Once the number of people increases that much, they cannot escape at the time of counting the sixth plate even if they want to, so they have to hear her voice even counting up to nine.
  372. Once the parade reaches to the performance site, there begins shishimai.
  373. Once the period of the Northern and Southern Courts (Japan) began, however, Nobuyuki BOMON, Nobukiyo's descendant, was ranked among the nobility at the Northern Court, while Takakiyo's descendant, Kiyotada BOMON, became a trusted retainer to the Emperor Godaigo and was ranked among the nobility of the Southern Court.
  374. Once the period of the spread of exclusively Western culture was over, jiuta, along with sokyoku and shakuhachi (Japanese bamboo flute), spread throughout Japan to become home music, and they became popular.
  375. Once the perpetual religious service was held, he or she was worshipped as Reigu Seishimei Bosatsu.
  376. Once the plaintiff's name was published, she received many death threats, and faced pressure to commit suicide for insulting the geisha community; but she decided to sue Golden.
  377. Once the plan for the development of a sightseeing area is approved, the following means of support are provided for the project:
  378. Once the plaster has solidified, the final adjustments are made to the shape of the plaster figure.
  379. Once the power of warriors began to grow, those in power attempted to get them under their control by giving them official ranks.
  380. Once the retired Emperor Higashiyama died in December of the same year, Princess Yukiko received the imperial proclamation for "nyoingo" (the title of respect given to close female relatives of the Emperor or a woman of comparable standing) on March 21, 1710; She became a Buddhist nun soon after that.
  381. Once the social conditions calmed and settled, Masamune mainly put of his effort on the development of his territory lands, and he developed Teizan-bori Canal since then.
  382. Once the station was elevated, six-cars trains could stop at the station.
  383. Once the story from inside the cabinet of the resignation of all the cabinet members was leaked out and spread through Seiyu-kai Party, the sentiment to 'destroy the clique families, protect politics by the constitution' suddenly gained momentum among the citizenry, and the constitution protection movement started.
  384. Once the structure of the Edo shogunate had become stable, the members of the Kanoha group were driven to get extensive orders done for screen paintings of the Imperial Palace and castles as the shogunate's official painters.
  385. Once the sun had risen high, he stopped his work and told his younger brother to take over for him.
  386. Once the tofu is brown in color, remove the tofu from the oil.
  387. Once the tray had been placed below the head, the thumb of the left hand was placed in the ear of the severed head while the remaining fingers held and supported the jaw, and the right hand held the cheek and the jaw to lift the head up; the head was then shown in profile by turning to the left while drawing back.
  388. Once the unrest in Mikawa Province was transmitted to the neighboring Totomi Province, the whole territory became wrapped in suspicion with people in panic wondering who would be friend or foe amid the chaos and whether the news was true or false (Enshu [Totomi Province] Confusion).
  389. Once the vihara in Osaka was complete, he went into retirement there.
  390. Once the war broke out, the rich food resources in Taiwan became a useful source of supply to Japan and an air base was constructed in Kaohsiung and, with the draft system enforced in Taiwan, Taiwanese were also employed as labor force or soldiers like Japanese.
  391. Once the water boils, the tengusa is cooked on low heat for about one hour.
  392. Once their daughters entered the Imperial Family, the Fujiwara clan selected capable women and put them beside the emperor as female personal assistants to gain the emperor's favor.
  393. Once there was a man named Kakue KIHARA, who was born in Saga Prefecture, later entered the Buddhist priesthood on Mt. Koya, and then founded some Buddhist sects, including Nakayama Shingo Shoshu.
  394. Once there was a mountain villa of KIYOHARA no Motosuke here, and Sei Shonagon in her later years seems to have lived in seclusion, so in 1974 Bunei TSUNODA, who was then a director of the Heian Museum of Ancient History, suggested that a monument be erected.
  395. Once there was a temple of the Tendai sect, called Jodo-ji Temple, but that site is now occupied by Jisho-ji Temple (Ginkaku-ji Temple).
  396. Once there were five stones, the bones of the leg would break, which sometimes led to death.
  397. Once there were numerous red-light districts with many geigi throughout Japan.
  398. Once there were three Kon-do Halls (main halls): Chukon-do Hall (Middle Golden Hall), Tokon-do Hall (Eastern Golden Hall), and Saikon-do Hall (Western Golden Hall), and many Buddha statues were enshrined between them.
  399. Once there, Yoshitsune's army executed a night attack, destroying the military camps of TAIRA no Sukemori and TAIRA no Arimori, who were on Mikusa-yama Mountain in Harima Province (Battle of Mikusayama).
  400. Once there, the request was made of Parkes for assistance in the treatment of any potential wounded, injured or ill members of the population, and hospitalization arrangements, in the event of a future war.
  401. Once these coins entered the market, many of them were taken to money changers, such as gold shops or silver shops, and converted to senka (base metal coins) for use, as the precious metals were worth more than their money value.
  402. Once these people performed renga (early Japanese poetry form) they would sit in circle in a shukushitsu (main guest room) and recite poetry without concern even for those with low social status.
  403. Once these were followed, the house was never in distress again.
  404. Once they are settled in their accommodation, Benkei puts forward a suggestion to Yoshitsune to send back Shizukagozen to Kyoto, and when Yoshitsune agrees Benkei goes to the other inn where Shizuka is staying.
  405. Once they escaped to Dazaifu in Kyushu, however they were refused permission to remain there by the local Samurai, Koreyoshi OGATA, after that, the Taira clan were forced to undergo a difficult life roaming the sea on a ship, TAIRA no Kiyotsune, who was a nephew of Tokuko, was devastated and drown himself.
  406. Once they finish eating the sweets, they turn over only one piece of kaishi and put the rest of the kaishi into the inside of the front flap of kimono or a sleeve of kimono, being careful not to spill powder of the sweets.
  407. Once they reach enlightenment the skull principal image is not necessary anymore.
  408. Once this had finished the head was disposed of in a Northerly direction.
  409. Once transient wind blows, you close your eyes immediately.
  410. Once understanding that "tanrei karakuchi (tanrei and dry) is the basic condition for excellent sake that "prevailed (Refer to "Karakuchi boom"), but it is not a correct understanding.
  411. Once unpacked, powdered green tea must be kept in an airtight container and be put in a cool dark place, in order to avoid change in quality..
  412. Once upon a time there was a creaky sound on Kamo Grand Street on a oboro-yo (misty and moonlit night).'
  413. Once upon a time when Daitetsu Zenji, one of Dogen's disciples, opened this temple, Yamanokami (God of the Mountain) and dragon god are said to collaborate to dedicate a sacred flame to the temple, which is regarded as a very rare thing.
  414. Once upon a time, Buddha appeared with light on a mountain, thereby the mountain was called Mt. Raigo-yama.
  415. Once upon a time, Gozu Tenno went on a journey in the disguise of an old man and asked for lodging at a certain village.
  416. Once upon a time, a fire broke out in the residence of Choja (man of high position).
  417. Once upon a time, a tea ceremony of SEN no Sotan was held at Shokoku-ji Temple.
  418. Once upon a time, there was a house called bakemono yashiki (haunted house) which nobody visited.
  419. Once upon a time, there was a man called Urashima Tayu in Miura-gun County, Sagami Province.
  420. Once upon a time, there was a worn-out folding screen with a picture of woman on it owned by a family called the Kajuji, a family that held the office of the premiership.
  421. Once upon a time, there was an honest fisherman in Yonaha village in Haebaru town, who picked up a kamoji (hairpiece) on the beach in Yonabaru town.
  422. Once upon a time, when Emperor NINTOKU went up to the tower of his palace on New Year's Day, he noticed that there was no smoke rising up from the kitchen chimneys of houses because of shortage of foods due to a bad harvest.
  423. Once upon a time, when Yamato Province had floods and the Hatsuse-gawa River swollen, a big pot floated down the river and stopped in front of a shrine in Miwa.
  424. Once upon a time, when a salt salesman was taking a nap, a dragon appeared from the deep water, trying to swallow the man.
  425. Once visitors brought the machine and somen to Kawasaki Stadium voluntarily to enjoy nagashi somen when it was the home grounds of the Chiba Lotte Marines.
  426. Once we hear this thankful precept, a person who praises so much, believes and accepts is sure to gain his/her happiness.
  427. Once when he was talking about Mt. Fuji with his friends at his retreat in Kyoto, they felt prompted to climb it.
  428. Once you are used to it, the place where you pick it up will be the same place you put it down.
  429. Once you finish giving out all the senbei, open your hands to show that you have no more senbei.
  430. Once you lose the beautiful figure like a peach or prune, all of your family and relatives can not help you even if they weep all together.
  431. Once you put yourself in her position, there is no way you cannot perform.' theoretically explained in the newspaper Osaka Asahi Shinbun on October 11, 1889.
  432. Once you stop breathing forever, your florid complexion changes vainly.
  433. Once your tongue starts moving, nothing can stop it.
  434. Once, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI invited each feudal lord to a banquet held at Fushimi Castle in Kyoto (or Osaka Castle), and Toshimasu MAEDA snuck into this banquet.
  435. Once, Ietsuna was told about exiles to an island and asked his aides what the exiles ate, but as nobody was able to answer Ietsuna retorted, 'If you are going to save them from death by condemning them to exile, why do you not provide them with food?'
  436. Once, Naomasa was in charge of guarding Omandokoro (Mother of the chief Adviser to the Emperor), the real mother of Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, when Ieyasu held her hostage (it is said Omandokoro and many of her female followers fell for Naomasa much like they did Ieyasu).
  437. Once, Nobunaga fought with the forces of Hongan-ji Temple and then made peace with them, but succeeded in undermining the power of Hongan-ji Temple, for example, by making it lose the authority of the temple that had exerted an overwhelming influence for long years.
  438. Once, Osaka Kintetsu Buffaloes and Orix Buffaloes (currently, both of them are Orix Buffaloes) positioned Nishikyogoku Baseball Park as a sub home ground and held some official games during the year.
  439. Once, a person conflicted with Tokiyori over shoryo (territory) and bugyonin (magistrates) pronounced the verdict against the person in fear of Tokiyori's authority, but Fujitsuna placed importance on reason, and returned shoryo to that person as well as the money offered by that person to Fujitsuna as reward.
  440. Once, danna-sama was essential to the world of geigi.
  441. Once, he became ill and died, and came before Enma Daio, or Yama, the King of Hell.
  442. Once, members selected from Udoneri served as attendants on Sessho and Kanpaku as Udonerizuishin.
  443. Once, people said that Hiyoshi Taisha Shrine has 108 shrines within its precincts and 108 shrines outside its precincts (Keidai 108 sha and Keigai 108 sha, literally meaning precincts 108 shrines and outer precincts 108 shrines).
  444. Once, the Chinese public called Japanese Prime Minister 'Koizumi Ko-oni (Koizumi, Little Demon),' which doesn't mean they were afraid of him but that they were making fun of him.
  445. Once, there was a person who gave a slanderous account on Ittetsu to Nobunaga.
  446. Once, they thought that Ushioni lived in a cave in Minami Ise-cho Town.
  447. Once, when Mori was standing at a station wearing military uniform, a close friend from the literary world casually started talking to him, making Mori get upset and shout at him.
  448. Once, when the former manager HASHIRATANI resigned his position, he delivered a comment that "people in Kyoto prefer the first class" to make sarcastic remarks about the cold-heartedness of all around him including the local people, and left Kyoto.
  449. Once, when the lay priest Tamekane Dainagon had been captured, and was being led under a guard of solders to Rokuhara, this same Suketomo Kyo, as he watched him pass along First Avenue, exclaimed, 'Ah, how enviable is he!
  450. Onda
  451. Onda (ota, mita, omita, onta, onda, oden) refers to the territories owned by temples, shrines and the Imperial family and it also refers to the rites and festivals held there.
  452. Onda owned by temples and shrines in the whole of Japan had disappeared temporarily, as Agechi-rei (confiscation command of territory) issued in the beginning of Meiji period abolished territories of temples and shrines (temples and shrines estate).
  453. Ondake kagura dance (March 7, 2007)
  454. Ondamai of Hanazono
  455. Ondamai of Suginohara
  456. Ondaue-matsuri (rice planting Shinto ritual) - March 15
  457. Ondine: May 1 to May 4
  458. Ondo
  459. Ondo in those days were mostly adapted from old stories such as loyal retainers and yakuza stories.
  460. Ondo is one of the subjects of Daigaku-ryo, an educational institution under the system of centralized administration established under the Ritsuryo Legal Codes in Japan, to learn the Han pronunciations of Chinese characters in order to allow the reading aloud of the scriptures of Confucianism with the original pronunciations.
  461. Ondo' was originally the term used for court music, and was often used in general modern Japanese songs, and it should be noted that it is not related to any folk songs.
  462. One Buddha, Amidanyorai.
  463. One Buddhist priest asked Joshu Jushin ("Zhaozhou Congshen" in Chinese).
  464. One Chinese characters of his name, 'in' was taken out from his name 'Banzuiin Chobei' and it is changed into 'Banzui Chobei' in the title of the play.
  465. One Choka (long poem) and 8 Tanka (thirty-one syllables' poem) of Hironawa's were selected for "Manyoshu" (18-4050, 4053, 19-4201, 4203, 4209, 4210, 4222, 4231, 4252).
  466. One Confucian scholar told him;
  467. One Empress of the Imperial Prince renounced her membership in the Higashifushiminomiya family.
  468. One Feudal Lord for One Sixth
  469. One Gundan was deployed at least in one province, and more than one Gundan was deployed in a larger province.
  470. One Heian-period volume of the Tsurayuki anthology.
  471. One Hirashu play the role of doshi in rotation and all of them chant shoku (verse) joining in the voice of doshi.
  472. One ICOCA card can be used for a divided-section commuter pass.
  473. One Japanese and one Korean were killed and many injured in the incident.
  474. One Japanese reporter told about the situation of the ceremony that the loneliness of the parade consisting of only two participants drew spectator's sympathy.
  475. One Kaiju Budo Kyo (bronze mirror with a design of animals and grapes)
  476. One Kind of Divine Beasts Mirrors in 238
  477. One Kind of Divine Beasts Mirrors in 245
  478. One Kind of Divine Beasts in 291-299
  479. One Konoe no daisho was allocated to each of the left and right divisions to manage Sayu Konoefu (the left and right divisions of the Inner Palace Guards).
  480. One Kyoto City bus appeared in a local campaign film during the 2007 fiscal year, which was produced by the Japan Ad Council with a message saying, "It runs on waste tempura oil."
  481. One LED train direction board is installed on each platform, and an emergency call button was installed in 2007.
  482. One Mon consists of an inside part called Mi (身) or Uchi (内) and an another outside part called Wa (輪), Waku (枠) or Soto (外).
  483. One Planet under a Groove Hip Hop and Contemporary Art'
  484. One Planet under a Groove Hip Hop and Contemporary Art' Bronx Museum (New York, USA)
  485. One Thousand Day Circumambulation
  486. One Vice-Grand Master of the Ceremonies is in charge of ceremonies in the Imperial Family, and the other Vice-Grand Master of the Ceremonies is in charge of international goodwill.
  487. One account says that it was made in Tang China and brought to Japan.
  488. One actor forgot to put the head in a bucket when he performed as Genzo.
  489. One additional poem was subsequently added to the collection, whereby the existing Ryounshu consists of 91 poems.
  490. One advantage of the uchine was that, due to its ornamental appearance, it was hard to guess its function at a glance
  491. One and a half hours after the start of the battle, the difference in strength between the 40000-strong army of Nobutaka KANBE and the 15000-strong army of Mitsuhide AKECHI was clear.
  492. One anecdote has it that he persuaded his mother, who was angry at his christening, to make her an assentor of Christianity (Luis FROIS "the History of Japan").
  493. One anecdote holds that when Yoshimitsu went to help his older brother Yoshiie in the Gosannen no Eki, he played the Sho (a type of flute) on the Ashigara-toge Pass in Sagami province, and taught TOYOHARA no Tokiaki, the orphaned son of Tokimoto, everything he had learned from Tokimoto as a parting gift.
  494. One anecdote tells of Kagekane HIKITA, a pupil of Nobutsuna KAMIIZUMI and also his nephew, having a string of consecutive victories using a fukuro shinai against opponents who used a wooden sword.
  495. One approaches bad company.
  496. One aspect of the reality of the above activities is described in "Shin Sarugakuki" (a kind of textbook about the manners and cultures of Kyoto) as 'Azumabito (people of eastern Japan) visit Kyoto for the first time' or 'a nun who has come from Myoko is asking for clothing for a newborn baby.'
  497. One aspect of the styles of Japanese whisky is that the method of producing blended whisky and features of the whisky industry in Japan are different from those in Scotland.
  498. One author, Junichiro TANIZAKI, wrote a short story entitled "Kakukai Shoin Tengu ni narukoto" (Priest Kakukai becoming Tengu), based on this legend.
  499. One autumn evening, Yugiri (The Tale of Genji) visited Kashiwagi's widow, Ochiba no miya.
  500. One background of the transfer of the national capital to the city of Heian-kyo by Emperor Kanmu (in the year 794) was the problem of the tyranny of Nara Buddhism (Nanto rokushu, or the six sects of Buddhism that flourished in ancient Nara).
  501. One bag of rice weighs 60 kg, and the basic unit for the area of agricultural land for growing rice (paddy field) is one tan (approximately 992 square meters).
  502. One bead of 'Tsuyu' is attached to the tip of each Deshidama.
  503. One bead of Jomyo is attached only to the knot of a tassel that is attached to Oyadama situated on the side of Shitendama.
  504. One bead of Jomyo is attached to the tassel attached to Oyadama of the Shitendama side and 5 beads of Deshidama are attached to the tip of each tassel knotted at the position of the 5th bead from Oyadama.
  505. One belief is that the English name 'hashed beef with rice' (although ketchup is not used in the original recipe) was changed to 'Hasshi rice,' or, according to another version of this belief, to 'Haishi rice' and then again altered to 'Hayashi rice.'
  506. One belief is that this comes from the fact that traditional Kabuki scripts highlighted Gidayu's part with dots.
  507. One belonged to the FUJIWARA no Michinaga's Line of the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan (the son of FUJIWARA no Yorimichi; the adopted son of FUJIWARA no Nobuie).
  508. One book has five leaves, and most of them consisted of two or three books.
  509. One book of construction specifications, etc., one volume of construction plans
  510. One bundle
  511. One bundle of coupon tickets: 1000 yen (11 one-way trip tickets for 100 yen each)
  512. One cake
  513. One can add ground red pepper, a mixture of ground pepper and other spices, white soy sauce, strong soy sauce, citrus juice, shredded dried laver or finely chopped spring onions according to one's taste.
  514. One can also clearly see the influence of 'Genhitsu-tai (art of simple painting to draw with fewer brush strokes)' by Ryokai (Liang Kai), who was also from the Southern Sung Dynasty, on the people depicted in the painting.
  515. One can also learn Nogaku, Nagauta, Icchubushi, Tokiwazu, Kiyomoto, Jiuta, Joruri, Kouta, Fue (flute), Kado (flower arrangement), Shodo (calligraphy) and Nihonga (Japanese painting).
  516. One can also ride this bus from Kitaoji Station on the Kyoto City Subway Karasuma Line, and Kurama Station on the Eizan Electric Railway Kurama Line.
  517. One can discover a fragment about these traded goods from treasures in Shosoin.
  518. One can enjoy Kyo-ryori (Japanese cuisine of Kyoto) and Nagashi-somen (flowing somen noodles).
  519. One can enjoy its rich literary flavor and elegant style in its descriptions of the life of the court aristocracy.
  520. One can enjoy not only a great choice of toppings, but also various cooking styles, such as Kamaage-Udon style (plain hot Udon noodles served with dipping sauce), Kijoyu-Udon style (Udon noodles with pure soy sauce), Kamatama-Udon style (boiled hot Udon noodles with raw egg and soy sauce), in addition to orthodox Kake-Udon and Zaru-Udon styles.
  521. One can enjoy ohitashi (boiled vegetables) with the pungent taste of wasabi by boiling wasabi's the leaves and stems slightly and preserving them in an airtight container for a while.
  522. One can experience the world of the new Hyakunin Isshu by using hi-tech digital imaging machines and portable consoles.
  523. One can figure out that, contrary to the admonition mentioned in Ryoiiki, the actual life style of laypersons was applicable to Sessho-kai (the Buddhist precept of the prohibition of killing living things indiscriminately).
  524. One can find cases in which the name of suijakushin (the provisional Shinto deity) is derived from the name Honji-butsu (the original Buddhist divinity), as is the case with 'Zao Gongen' (Avatar Zao) derived from 'Zao Bosatsu' (Zao Bodhisattva), but such cases are rare.
  525. One can find traces of how the manners at rinju took root by reading ojoden (stories of the attainment of rebirth in the Pure Land), which started to be made from the end of the ancient period to the medieval period.
  526. One can gather that Hokkai had more ambition than his initial determination.
  527. One can personally contribute on a daily basis to the reduction of carbon dioxide and waste disposal and eventually to the prevention of global warming by converting the use of supermarket checkout bags into the use of his or her own Furoshiki in shopping.
  528. One can say that in the regency, that function moved from the paternal line to the maternal line, and then moved back to the paternal line again in the cloistered government
  529. One can say that the discord between Tokuhime and Nobuyasu was a historical fact even if it was temporary.
  530. One can say that to use such a term per se is snobbish.
  531. One can search the materials housed in the Kansai-kan or request the materials in the closed stacks by using the terminals in the reading rooms.
  532. One can see Chikanaga took good care of Kodaireki from his diary "Chikanaga-kyoki" which says he first grabbed this book while evacuating a big fire which occurred in Kyoto in 1476.
  533. One can see Kanmuri-jima Island from this park on a clear day.
  534. One can see similar solutions given in "Sanpo funkai" (a mathematical treatise that explains the resultant and applies it to several problems, written by Yoshizane TANAKA c. 1690) and in "Sanpo hakki" (a mathematical treatise that explains the resultant and Laplace's formula of determinant for nXn case, written by Tomotoki IZEKI of Osaka and published in 1690).
  535. One can see the emblem on campus more than the school badge.
  536. One cannot be too careful when using the katsuobushi kezuriki, because one could get injured by the blade when trying to shave a lump of katsuobushi.
  537. One cannot even conquer Aki Province if that is what one wishes from the beginning.'
  538. One case where Arahabaki is enshrined as a 'Maroudogami' for example is the 'Hikawa-jinja Shrine' in Omiya, Saitama Prefecture.
  539. One cause of the downfall of the Minamoto clan was the conspiracy in the cloister government, while another was the secret infighting going on within the Minamoto clan; in such infighting among the Minamoto clan, the major figure was Yoshimitsu.
  540. One cause of the war was the escalating conflict between Japan and Russia, who had been pursuing southward expansion in the Far East, in Manchuria and Korean Peninsula.
  541. One characteristic feature of this book is the evaluation of important affairs and people everywhere in the text using the phrase 'thinking that...,' in order to offer the Shogun Ienobu some guidance for his government and to make them into political lessons.
  542. One characteristic is that the wheat as a raw material is roasted slightly less compared with that of koikuchi soy-sauce, and it contains sake.
  543. One characteristic of Nihon-ga is that the many layers of paint can be applied due to the property of the paint which does not dissolve compared with water painting.
  544. One characteristic of Watsuji Rinrigaku is that the two levels described above are blended together so that the ethics that were pursued as theory were harmonized with a specific history.
  545. One characteristic of his exceptionally clear writing is thorough realism.
  546. One characteristic of this style is that the honden (main hall) and haiden (hall of worship), usually two separate buildings, are integrated, and connected by a low building called "ishinoma."
  547. One chief retainer was executed.
  548. One cho (approximately one hectare) out of every eleven cho of farmland was given to land stewards as their property exempted from annual taxes paid to manorial lords or imperial officials.
  549. One column arrived at the post town of Aobaka in Mino Province (Ogaki City, Gifu Prefecture).
  550. One concern is about the wording.
  551. One contemporary account of the battle reads as follows:
  552. One could almost hear the sound of breaking ice.
  553. One could ask how Dan-ryu (gidayu performed by males) is called corresponding to Jo-ryu (gidayu performed by females), and the so-called 'Bunraku' which has recently been registered as a World Heritage will be the answer.
  554. One could go so far as to say that the presence or absence of such problems is dependent on the nature of the group leader.
  555. One could see it being worn by gagaku (ancient Japanese court dance and music) players and sumo referees.
  556. One could see it being worn only within the world of traditional performing arts, but it came again into spotlight as the Japanese kimono worn by the groom opposite the bride, who wore juni-hitoe (traditional multi-layer court costume, literally, twelve-layered ceremonial kimono), in present day weddings.
  557. One cultivator policy was established and shakko (borrowing land for cultivation) land became popular and kajishi (land rent) and sakutokubun (profit which was left after paying land tax) began existing.
  558. One daisakan (equivalent to Juhachiinoge [Junior Eighth Rank, Lower Grade])
  559. One day Emperor Anko inadvertently mentioned this fact, and consequently Prince Mayowa, who overheard it, stabbed Emperor Anko to death while he was in a deep sleep.
  560. One day Kawaguchi lost his way on the way to visit Nanshu; although he left his home early in the morning, he went round and round the way of only 4 kilometers, and arrived at the destination in the evening.
  561. One day Kukai saw a blind monkey washing its eyes with spring water that welled up from this land, so he spread this water as Okozui, saying it was effective for eye problems.
  562. One day Motonari called his three sons (Takamoto, Motoharu and Takakage) to his bedside.
  563. One day a white arrow drifted ashore from upper stream and hit upon the water bucket.
  564. One day after the first anniversary of the funeral for Ukifune, Kaoru came to know through Akashi no Chugu that Ukifune was still alive and sent Kogimi, Ukifune's younger brother from a different father, to the village of Ono.
  565. One day at dusk, she heard Tokiyori's chanting a prayer in the Saga area.
  566. One day at night when Sanai is sleeping, a tiny old man appears beside his pillow.
  567. One day before departure for the front, he was invited by Yoritomo for a feast and given a horse.
  568. One day he folded origami and gave it to a female servant, saying "This is a model of male and female birds in one."
  569. One day he thinks of copying the Five Volumes of Mahayana Sutras, and hopes to dedicate it with his waka poem to a temple near the capital.
  570. One day he visited the chief retainer of a certain lord.
  571. One day he wore a ritual oni mask for a Buddhist fete, found the mask could not be removed after the fete, no matter how hard he tried and he then had to hide deep in the mountains and lead the life of an oni.
  572. One day his wish came true and he visited the shrine, however he only visited Kora Shrine and Gokurakuji Temple at the bottom of the mountain, believing that they were Iwashimizu Hachimangu Shrine, not realizing that people were climbing up higher to get to Iwashimizu Hachimangu Shrine.
  573. One day in 1575, Ieyasu went out hawking.
  574. One day in August, the capital was hit by a powerful typhoon.
  575. One day on his way to school, he happens to meet Ultimo for the first time, who tells him that he is a human who has been reincarnated.
  576. One day one of the other workers teased him, saying "if you're a sennin, why don't you use your powers to transport the lumber in one shot?"
  577. One day when Motsugai was sweeping a courtyard, a knight-errant visited him.
  578. One day when Petitjean was about to attend to some gardening, on March 17, 1865, a group of about fifteen men and women visitors were having a difficult time trying to figure out how to open the door to the church.
  579. One day when Sakuwan was taking a walk around a temple nearby, a pair of fair complexioned man and a dark complexioned man accosted him.
  580. One day while Rennyo, the master of Honganji and also his friend, was out, he went into his room and took a nap on Rennyo's statue of the Amitabha.
  581. One day, 'I' happened to stop in front of a fruit store on Teramachi-dori Street that 'I' frequented (the store was 'Yao' in Nakagyo Ward, Kyoto City, which went out of business in January 25, 2009).
  582. One day, Iemitsu invited Masamune and Yoshinobu SATAKE (chief general of the Western Capital Offices) and asked various questions regarding the Suriagehara War; Masamune as the winner of the war was eloquent, while Yoshinobu SATAKE as the looser of the war remained silent with his lip bit throughout the meeting.
  583. One day, Issunboshi announced that he wanted to go to Kyoto to become a samurai.
  584. One day, Izumi Shikibu hears from Imperial Prince Atsumichi of Sochi, who was a younger brother of Imperial Prince Tametaka and the Fourth Prince of Emperor Reizei.
  585. One day, Kaoru found out about this secret when the messengers of Kaoru and Nioumiya came across each other in Uji and since then, the Uji residence was put on security alert by Kaoru.
  586. One day, Kiyomori hosted a flower-viewing party at his residence in Nishi Hachijo, and Tokiyori SAITO numbered among participants.
  587. One day, Koharu was at Kawasho in Shinchi with a customer who was samurai.
  588. One day, Korenari, who has served Sutoku and become a priest, changing his name to Rennyo, goes to Sanuki to visit Sutoku.
  589. One day, Koresue heard that someone possessed the biwa that the Emperor Daigo seemed to use habitually.
  590. One day, Mitsuzo MOCHIZUKI, a vassal of the Shogunate and a public servant who was staying at the same inn as Toshizo, visited him, but Toshizo remained in his bed and said to him, "fight with us."
  591. One day, Mononobe no Me Omuraji saw the little girl (Princess Kasuga no Oiratsume) as she walked by in a garden inside the palace; later he told the Emperor Yuryaku, that the girl bore a strong family resemblance to him.
  592. One day, Niou Miya heard from Kaoru about daughters of Uji Hachi no Miya (the Eighth Prince), and got married to Naka no Kimi under Kaoru's guidance.
  593. One day, Rokurozaemon SUGANO, his uncle, falls into the snares of Murakami and Nakatsugawa and is forced to fight a duel at Takadanobaba, where he was outnumbered.
  594. One day, Ryoo had a revelatory dream when he had prayed for his recovery to the Kannon Bosatsu (Kannon Bodhisattva) wholeheartedly.
  595. One day, SOGA no Emishi met a beautiful girl who just looked like a celestial nymph, and had a secret crush on her.
  596. One day, Seijun quarreled with the chief priest, set fire to the temple out of disappointment and anger, was arrested, and committed suicide.
  597. One day, Soun requested to bring in beaters to Fujiyori's land for deer hunting at Mt. Hakone, which Fujiyori graciously agreed to.
  598. One day, TAIRA no Masakado and FUJIWARA no Sumitomo, who had both been mid-ranking government officials in their youth, cimbed Mt. Hiei together and looked down on Heian-kyo (present-day Kyoto).
  599. One day, Tauchi noticed that the man was hiding in the closet, but was lashed back with a sword and injured his both legs, and both the woman and man fled.
  600. One day, Umayado no Miko listened to the petitions of men.
  601. One day, Yosaburo came to the house of Otomi to do extortion with a rascal, Komori.
  602. One day, a GI paid a visit to the Kinkaku-ji Temple with a pan-pan girl (Japanese prostitutes solicited by American soldiers during the occupation of Japan), who then started arguing for reasons unknown to Yoken.
  603. One day, a cat appeared under the above-described circumstances, mated with kyuso, and bore five kittens.
  604. One day, a gentleman bought her freedom from her employer which allowed her to leave Shimabara.
  605. One day, a master calls Tarokaja and tells him to go to the sake shop to get sake, for an unexpected visitor.
  606. One day, a novelist Tokio TAKENAKA, who was about 34 years old and living with his wife and three children, received a letter from a female student named Yoshiko YOKOYAMA asking for becoming his deciple.
  607. One day, a piece of land that lacked a lord was found in Kyushu, and therefore Yasutoki gave this land to the elder brother.
  608. One day, a strange man came to Haseo, who was a good player of sugoroku (Japanese backgammon) and challenged Haseo to a game.
  609. One day, a young lowly servant, who was recently fired and who had no place to go and no one to turn to, sat beneath the devastated Rashomon gate in the heavy rain.
  610. One day, as the Emperor saw the prince try to say something, looking at a kugui (swan) flying in the sky, he ordered to capture that kugui.
  611. One day, he exchanged his tools with his younger brother, Hoori, who made his living by hunting.
  612. One day, he heard a rumor that there was a zokuhijiri (person who is engaged in Buddhist training without becoming a priest) in Uji City and visited the mansion of Uji Hachinomiya (Imperial Prince of the Emperor Kiritsubo, Hikaru Genji's younger brother from a different mother).
  613. One day, he knew that a secret book (Kinu-Gyokuto shu) was in the possession of Seimei.
  614. One day, he met Amenohiboko when carrying food to a mountain using a ox.
  615. One day, he received persimmons from Shogun Iemitsu TOKUGAWA.
  616. One day, he thought about building a stone bridge between Mt. Katsuragi and Kongo-san Mountain and tried to accomplish this by recruiting gods of various districts.
  617. One day, his belongings were confiscated for the reason that he was a guarantor, and all his collections were taken away.
  618. One day, however, Hiboko became arrogant and bitterly badmouthed her.
  619. One day, however, troops of Ashikaga Shogun intruded the temple and rooted out the crops of the temple in requisition.
  620. One day, however, while he was home from Yahiko-jinja Shrine visiting his mother, she discovered a 'bloodstained love-letter' hidden away in his school trunk.
  621. One day, in Farmless City of WEST TOKYO enjoying transitory peace, a huge monster wearing a noh mask appears.
  622. One day, she guessed right that the 50 yen disappeared from her husband's wallet was in the Buddhist alter that her parents-in-law were using, which caused her mother-in-law to attempt suicide.
  623. One day, she has a relationship with Genji, who has heard a rumor about her and he sneaks into her residence out of curiosity when he is in katatagae (to stay the night in a place situated at another point on the compass when one's destination from home lies in an ill-starred direction).
  624. One day, the Ajari, Hachi no Miya's teacher, reported to Reizeiin about the life circumstances of Hachi no Miya, and Kaoru, who was on the spot, also learned about him.
  625. One day, the samurai-dokoro (the Board of Retainers) of Honami-dono asked the Kajuji to borrow the folding screen, and the Kajuji lent it willingly.
  626. One day, the third vessel carrying HEGURI no Hironari was finally washed ashore.
  627. One day, there was a big fight between Unsuis and officiating priests, so Honda Awa no kami (Governor of Awa Province), who was the principal supporter of the temple, sent soldiers in order to put down the incident.
  628. One day, they agreed that the winner in a Kendo (swordsmanship) match would become a lord and the loser a retainer.
  629. One day, trying to compare the weights of so called beautiful mountains Mt. Fuji in the west and Mt. Tsukuba in the east, Daidarabocchi tied the ropes the two mountains to a yoke and lifted it, and Mt. Tsukuba was lifted but not Mt. Fuji.
  630. One day, when Nobuhide collapsed in the castle and requested to 'leave a will for the vassals,' Ujitoyo allowed the request in sympathy, and the vassals of Nobuhide entered the castle.
  631. One day, when Prince Otomo, son of Emperor Tenchi, was out hunting deer on his horse he was brought to a stop by a sheer cliff on Mt. Kasagi.
  632. One day, when Ryoma's old friend met him again, Ryoma wore a rather short sword.
  633. One day, when Taketori no Okina goes to a bamboo thicket, he sees a bamboo whose base is shining.
  634. One day, when a priest stayed at a zashiki (Japanese style guest room with tatami flooring) called Ogasawara, he heard a bustling sound like a lot of people were dancing in the next room in the middle of night.
  635. One day, when asked by a follower if he had stop smoking, he responded, "I just suspended it."
  636. One day, when he goes back home from his mentor ABE no Yumimaro, a priest at Shingu, the rain began to pour down from the southeast, so he folds his umbrella and takes shelter from the rain in the fisherman's hut.
  637. One day, when he goes to the grave as usual, he sees a woman there.
  638. One day, when he goes to visit his friend, he finds a casual passerby samurai is sick in bed.
  639. One day, when he visits his new wife's place, she is in a hurry and mistakenly applies eyebrow powder on her face instead of face powder.
  640. One day, when he was taking a walk with Annu, children ran up to them, shouting 'Here comes a lieutenant general.'
  641. One day, when the man was carrying food to the mountain on a cow, he met Amenohiboko.
  642. One day, while training within Ryukutsu Cave, Jitchu resolved to walk to the inner depths and he eventually arrived at Tosotsuten.
  643. One day, young men went out to town at night to find out who the man was.
  644. One dies suffering from hunger and thirst.
  645. One difference is that 'demae' often needs to be delivered quickly, whereas 'shidashi' and 'haitatsu' (delivery) (of foods like cake) can be ordered in advance.
  646. One direct female descendant, who served at Court of Emperor Gokomatsu, won the Emperor's favor and gave birth to a child, later known as Sojun IKKYU.
  647. One drama is presented by the Noh chorus and the Noh musicians.
  648. One driver was killed, and 17 passengers and two train crew members were injured.
  649. One early autumn night, Genji teaches Tamakazura how to play koto (Japanese traditional zither), and lies down beside her, making a fire in an iron basket in the garden.
  650. One eats although one should not do.
  651. One eats before food is digested.
  652. One eats too much.
  653. One eats what one is not used to.
  654. One end of the cord is tied to the wrist and another end is hold in the hand.
  655. One enjoys the scent of incense rising from the koro (incense burner) held inside their palms.
  656. One enters into mountain villages when one is not allowed.
  657. One evaluation of 'national isolation' argues that, outside of exceptional cases, severing relations with foreign countries let Japan form its original culture.
  658. One event held as a part of the Visit Japan Campaign uses the slogan YOKOSO! JAPAN.
  659. One example being the Taiseikai (Great Achievement party) that was established after the first general election of members of the House of Representatives.
  660. One example is "Gazu Hyakki Yagyo" (The Illustrated Night Procession of One Hundred Demons) by Sekien TORIYAMA, which can be considered a modern-day yokai encyclopedia.
  661. One example is 'Portuguese chicken' (Cantonese: Pou Gwok Gai, Portuguese Chicken), a kind of chicken curry with the taste of cream, the surface of which is baked in the oven, and the dish is usually served with rice or bread.
  662. One example is Dajokan system (the Departments of State system), which continued until it was abolished in 1885.
  663. One example is E-hoshoshi, which is a type of Hoshoshi having pictures on its surface.
  664. One example is Pa Bing Su.
  665. One example is a festival in Marumori-machi, Miyagi Prefecture, in which Gohei (wooden wands, decorated with two Shide (zigzag paper streamers)) containing branches of Yaezakura (double cherry blossoms) and roasted rice are erected at Minakuchi (water inlet) of rice nursery fields.
  666. One example is a sentence found in "Junikyakuho dainiju."
  667. One example is that audiences are provided information that a big personality is coming but find out later that it is not so famous a name.
  668. One example is that the C62 3, the only C62 trunk line locomotive with a title of 'the biggest and fastest on the narrow gauge' was forced to stop its operation because of a shortage of funds.
  669. One example is that the New York Times (dated July 29, 2007) introduced a "sushi course" in Queens, New York.
  670. One example is the "Sanadamaru", which was built to the south of the sokuruwa of Osaka-jo Castle by Nobushige SANADA (Yukimura SANADA) during the Osaka Winter Campaign.
  671. One example is the Dorayaki sold by 'Sasaya Iori' at 'Kobo-ichi Fair' at To-ji Temple, Kyoto City, which has bean paste drawn into a stick shape and surrounded with Baum kuchen.
  672. One example is the FUJICOLOR POSTCARD by FUJIFILM.
  673. One example is the Kurokicho Tunnel which is used jointly by sixteen breweries that are members of Fukuoka Meishukai.
  674. One example is the donation of recycled waste water.
  675. One example is the konoshi made from black fabric like a ho and worn with a kanmuri, which is used by the Kuni no Miyatsuko (Provincial Magistrate) of Izumo Province during the kagura (ancient Shinto music and dancing) of the ancient Niiname-sai festival (the Harvest Festival).
  676. One example is the so-called Ouchi Printing, in which Masahiro published the Lotus Sutra in 28 volumes and a Chinese verse dictionary "Ruibun inryaku".
  677. One example is the style of songs known as 'Meiji shinkyoku' (new song of Meiji).
  678. One example of a gisho dealing with a political conspiracy is the "Tanaka Josobun" (the Tanaka memorial).
  679. One example of a specific aspect of this change that survived to affect later generations is that the process of assigning names to people, heretofore done in Japanese style, was changed into Tang style.
  680. One example of fukusa sabaki is to fold fukusa in triangle and tuck it into the obi sash, at the lower rim of the obi sash when the person who is to make tea is a man, or at the upper rim of the obi sash when the person is a woman, before entering the tea room.
  681. One example of great developments is the use of the attributive form instead of the end-form.
  682. One example of komochi shoji is seen in the meditation chamber (built in the Kamakura period) of Gango-ji Temple.
  683. One example of processed food using the mako is karashi-mentaiko (spicy salted cod roe).
  684. One example of the above is when a youth group of the Jodo sect visited for the purpose of study.
  685. One example of the words is 'Hito (one) go ni Futa (two) go, Mi (three) watashi Yo (four) mego, Itsu (five) kitemo, Mu (six) kashi, Nana (seven) n no Ya (eight) kushi, Koko (nine) no maede To (ten) yo.'
  686. One example of this was Shoshiinoge Iyo no kami MINAMOTO no Yoriyoshi Ason.
  687. One example that represents such items is Nashiji radenkinso no kazaritachi (Sword mounting of kazari-tachi type, with mother-of-pearl inlay decoration and gold fittings on nashiji lacquer ground), which is a national treasure housed in Tokyo National Museum.
  688. One example was advocated by Namio EGAMI, who wrote a theory of a dynasty conquered by equestrian people.
  689. One example was neat and tidy looking 'Hosohake Shoicho' (small ginkgo leaf style), in which the ends of the topknot were splayed lightly, and the front part of the head was widely shaved; so it is equally close to both hairstyles of samurai and townspeople.
  690. One explanation for this is that the temple's construction was initiated in 603 and completed in 622 and another explanation states that Hoko-ji Temple built in 603 and Koryu-ji Temple built in 622 were initially two separate temples that later merged.
  691. One extreme case is a commentary on "Hyakunin Isshu" (One Hundred Waka Poems by One Hundred Poets) written in the Edo period where it was described that 'he was enthroned later.'
  692. One factor causing an uprising in a province was interference by political pressure from outside.
  693. One factor in the background of such a way of eating may be the presence of tamago kake gohan.
  694. One factor that contributed to the success of karaoke box may be the following fact.
  695. One falls into water and drowns.
  696. One famous person with the surname of 'Kitaoji' was Rosanji KITAOJI (real name was Fusajiro KITAOJI), who was a pottery artist born in Kitaoji of Kyoto.
  697. One finding of research states that it's a hybrid of Komatsuotome instead of Edohigan; however, Komatsuotome is also a gardening type of Edohigan as well as being a clone.
  698. One floor had Japan's traditional white plaster wall with black lacquered windows, which created exquisite beauty.
  699. One floor under ground and three floors above ground: a total floor space of 2,518.81 square meters
  700. One follows and experiences worldly customs without practicing the precepts of Buddhism.
  701. One for Shofu (Junior Assistant Minister corresponding to Jugoinoge)
  702. One for Taifu (corresponding to Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade))
  703. One form of Nyoingo was the Mon-ingo that came from Kinri (the Imperial Palace) gates.
  704. One fourth of 100 fuko owned by Udaijin Junii ABE no Ason Miushi was passed onto his child, ABE no Hironiwa.
  705. One genealogy states that the clan derived from the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan ("Kansei Choshu Shokafu" [genealogies of vassals in Edo Bakufu]).
  706. One generation after that, or during the era of Emperor Suinin, described the rebellion of Sahobiko that showed numerous similarities, such as the region of occurrence, with the rebellion of Takehaniyasuhiko in which Obiko was involved.
  707. One gets married to someone of a different species and is told that a particular action is taboo, but the taboo is broken and the true self of the partner is revealed.
  708. One go (a unit of quantity) meant one carton.
  709. One go refers to 180 ml (milliliters).
  710. One good example of this is a Noh performance held by members of Gosanke (the three branches of the Tokugawa Clan) and the Maeda Clan such as Tsunanori TOKUGAWA, Tsunanori MAEDA, Mitsutomo TOKUGAWA, Tsunatoyo TOKUGAWA, Mitsusada TOKUGAWA, Mitsukuni TOKUGAWA, Tsunanari TOKUGAWA, and Tsunaeda TOKUGAWA in May 1686.
  711. One good example would be FUJIWARA no Hidesato, who became a hero by later defeating TAIRA no Masakado.
  712. One gosha was established in each family register district and other ujigami (guardian gods or spirits of a particular place) were affiliated with the gosha as village shrines.
  713. One group attacked the Kishiwada-jo Castle with 4,000 or 5,000 soldiers with the commanders of Heinojo DOBASHI and his brother.
  714. One group consists of Full-time Ekiben manufacturing companies, Japanese-style hotels producing Ekiben as a side job and others.
  715. One group consists of those who were qualified to be given a peerage, but received a higher title than they should have been given, due to their great service being taken into account, although they did not make distinguished achievements.
  716. One group of ancient tombs remains known as 'Sukumo-zuka.'
  717. One group of radical retainers on the Honpan side, who got upset about a series of unacceptable conduct of the INADA side, attacked the residences of the Inada family's and their retainers' near the Sumoto-jo Castle on June 11, 1870.
  718. One group who had finished at the conference moved on to Vienna on September 28 to take part in the International Health Exhibition as representatives of the Japanese Government.
  719. One haba is equivalent of one shaku (Japanese measure) of Kujirajaku (measuring stick used in kimono-making), which is 37.8 cm (which is 1.25 shaku of carpenter's square used commonly).
  720. One had to practice Katatagae once on the first day when the Hoi-jin Gods moved to the direction.
  721. One half to a whole cabbage
  722. One has a hint of an African person from its blackish overall color, big eyes and firm mouth.
  723. One high official (it is said to have been Masayoshi MATSUKATA) almost recommended him as a diplomat, but he declined the offer.
  724. One higher normal school was set up in Tokyo and one ordinary normal school was created in each Prefecture (Article 3).
  725. One hiki (also called one tan) was the basic unit of Chokinu, measuring 15.3 meters long by 66 cm wide, which was equivalent to the Cho paid by six members of Seitei.
  726. One historical record says that the Kinome Castle of Echizen Province protected by Sadayuki and Sadahiro surrendered to the Hongan-ji Temple force.
  727. One holds it in.
  728. One hole is drilled ahead of, and two holes are drilled side by side in the rear of base board.
  729. One hour and 35 to 40 minutes from Osaka Station by Shin Kaisoku (new rapid service) (It can be shortened by 20 to 25 minutes by taking Limited Express 'Raicho' and changing train at Omi Imazu Station.)
  730. One hour and forty-three minutes in the daytime
  731. One hundred and seven should be struck in the old year (on December 31) and the last strike should be made in the New Year (on January 1).
  732. One hundred poem sequences written by an individual poet, on the other hand, were composed for other purposes, such as training and dedicating them to shrines and temples.
  733. One hypothesis states that tales that were included in the collection of poems of Narihira or had been handed down in his family gradually developed into the 125 chapters as we now know them, through the addition of supplementary chapters by later redactors.
  734. One idea suggests that various dirtiness exists only as a symptom of delusion, and that without that delusion the world of Buddha can be found.
  735. One interpretation is that sushi shops in Edo, as a result of the invention of nigiri-zushi, completely shifted their attention from the Kansai-area style sushi such as oshi-zushi (lightly-pressed piece of sushi topped with cooked ingredients) to nigiri-zushi.
  736. One interpretation is that; as people got tired of playing the game, clamshells that became useless turned to be a spirit.
  737. One is "tokyo-ken," with which the powers of the secular world, such as states, regulate temples and shrines from out side, and the other is "chikyo-ken," with which the religious bodies impose rules from inside, on themselves as well as their members.
  738. One is November 1864 (熊 1994, Sato 1996, and 田 2001) and January 1865, next year (Banno 1973).
  739. One is SMITH & WESSON MODEL 2, ARMY, 33, which presented to Ryoma by Shinsaku TAKASUGI, with which Ryoma opened fire in the Teradaya incident.
  740. One is a boy who is diffident and feminine, while the other is a cheerful girl who is like a boy.
  741. One is a group of Dasei-sekki (chipped stone tools) which were formed into a shape usable as a tool by chipping away flakes from a stone by beating it with another stone or a tool.
  742. One is a group which was involved in some kind of duties, and the other is a group which belonged to the royal palace or a powerful family.
  743. One is a traditional popular theory that the notation of tenno first appeared in the October 608 article in the Suiko section as 'higashi no tenno tsutsushimite nishi no tenno ni mosu' (the emperor of the east respects the emperor of the west).
  744. One is able to get some idea of how excellent his performance was, from the tremendous acclaim by Shotaro IKENAMI who seldom praised the actors of the day.
  745. One is burned.
  746. One is called Teragoko for north-south running streets, and the other is Marutake Ebisu for east-west running streets, the names of which are the first portions of the words.
  747. One is categorized based upon who had the initiative on imposing the taxation.
  748. One is certified with being a 'General Holder of Important Intangible Cultural Property' upon officially joining one of these groups.
  749. One is eaten by evil beasts in mountains and forests.
  750. One is executed by the national law for committing vice.
  751. One is relationship with FUJIWARA no Nakamaro, second is his "private economy" and third is his works.
  752. One is that TACHIBANA no Tadamochi was his real father, and the other is that Tadamochi's son, TACHIBANA no Motoyasu was, and he was adopted by Tameyasu of the Tachibana family.
  753. One is that each of them indicated territorial control by a ryoshu.
  754. One is that he built a huge storage to collect the wealth of his people, and the second is that he spent the public wealth to construct a long canal, and the third is that he carried rocks by boat to make a hill.'
  755. One is that it was introduced to Japan when Join RIN came from China along with Zen monks in 1349.
  756. One is that samurais of domains got upset by the sudden discussion on haihan-chiken and a part of the conservatives mobbed Kyoto to ask the new government to exclude or punish Ito as 'the one who makes light of loyalty.'
  757. One is the "Emishi-Ainu Theory," which insists that the Emishi and Ainu were identical, and the other is the "Emishi-Frontiersmen Theory," in which the Emishi were part of the Japanese people.
  758. One is the Toba-kaido Road which runs along the left bank of the Katsura-gawa River, and the other runs along the right bank of the present-day Uji-gawa River, Yodo-tsutsumi bank, to Fushimi and then to the heart of Kyoto via either the Fushimi-kaido Road or Takeda-kaido Road.
  759. One is the Urasenke school method of generously whisking the weakly flavored powdered green tea.
  760. One is the gift of property made to the heir for free while the owner is still alive to achieve the same effect as inheritance and the other is the gift made to a third party other than the heir (usually, unrelated person).
  761. One is the kemari ball, which is made by sewing two pieces of buckskin together.
  762. One is the part related to the officials who were intendedly praised as mentioned before.
  763. One is the special governance approach represented by Shinpei GOTO and others.
  764. One is to make one point upward (often called "upright pentagram, "as shown in the upper right figure.
  765. One is to prepare sake with water in which chrysanthemum blooms have been steeped, and the famous Kaga no Kikuzake (kikuzake made in Kaga Province) is made according to this recipe.
  766. One is to worship Tsukuyomi, the younger brother of Amaterasu Omikami, and a great example of it is Tsukiyominomiya, an annex to Kotai Jingu Shrine.
  767. One is uniformity in the art style of each ryugi and the other is existence of the group of people who actually preserve and carry on the style.
  768. One issue was it should be someone from the Imperial family line, another issue was it should be someone who has a maternal relationship to the former Emperor. (Emperor Konin was the husband of Emperor Shotoku's half younger sister)
  769. One jo (equivalent to Jushichiinojo [Junior Seventh Rank, Upper Grade])
  770. One kami (equivalent to Jugoinoge [Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade])
  771. One kin came to equivalent to 600 g and one tan came to equivalent to 60 kg in Taiwan, because its measuring system was affected by the Japanese shakkanho during the Period of Japanese Rule (Taiwan).
  772. One late afternoon, a telegram came from Tokyo which surprised my parents and turned them pale, and every late afternoon from the following day my father washed his feet and went out somewhere walking on the chilly ground in late autumn.
  773. One legend about him that has continued to be passed down to today is that he applied a healing salve given to him by Ieyasu TOKUGAWA to the wounds he had suffered during the Siege of Osaka.
  774. One legend has it that Masayoshi didn't die in the Battle of Mikatagahara and lived to enter into priesthood with his son and prayed for the repose of souls of those who died in the battle.
  775. One legend has it that the place which used to have his furnace never frosts even on an extremely cold day.
  776. One legend in the Kojiki (Japan's ancient chronicle) holds that Emperor Sujin's brother Hikoimasuno-miko exterminated KUGUMIMI no Mikasa, a tsuchigumo (those in ancient times who were not subjects of the Yamato court).
  777. One legend says that Emperor Seiwa, who stole out of the palace and concealed himself in Kurokawa owing to some circumstances from 859 to 877, loved the local people and nature there and taught them the private Noh of the court called Ouchi-kakari.
  778. One legend says that Tekona was born as a daughter of the head of a local government during the era of Emperor Jomei and married into a family of a neighboring province.
  779. One legend states that a thing that was treated courteously and became Tsukumogami would repay the owner.
  780. One legend suggests that the surviving descendents of Tadamune OSADA escaped to Kai Province (present-day Yamanashi Prefecture), and it is said that the Osada family still exists in Yamanashi Prefecture.
  781. One legend suggests the date of the capital relocation was before noon on December 30, when the Empress Jito left Asuka Kiyohara no miya Imperial residence for the relocated capital.
  782. One liability concerning Tengen-jutsu was that it was not able to handle high-powered, multivariable equations.
  783. One lives in just his own lifetime, but the family name is handed down for generations.'
  784. One locomotive sold to Kaetsu Railway (No. 2 steam locomotive. Former No. 123) is being preserved at 'Kaetsu Steam Locomotive Square' located in Yosano-cho, Yosano-gun, Kyoto Prefecture.
  785. One lose one's life by falling from a cliff.
  786. One lump
  787. One lump (may be substituted by edible oil)
  788. One major characteristic of such reforms was the shift away from the mission to protect the state spiritually, which was Buddhism's main goal up through the Heian period, and towards the salvation of the general public, and the Buddhist clergy began taking the first steps towards a burgeoning independence from the state.
  789. One major point for determining the age of Bonsho is the positional relationship between Tsukiza and Ryuzu (dragon-shaped hanger).
  790. One man was discontented with the fact that the Amago army surrendered.
  791. One may put on kimono by oneself, or have someone help the person in wearing kimono.
  792. One may see it as an example of shinbutsu-shugo since ritual for repose of souls, based on esoteric Buddhism, was carried out in addition to the custom of vindictive spirit festival based on traditional Jingi belief.
  793. One may sit seiza style on any surface, including carpeted and hardwood floors, as well as on tatami mats.
  794. One mealtime, Ietsuna found a hair in his soup just before he was about to drink it.
  795. One meaning is a son who is born into a Kabuki family and supposed to succeed to one of the family's stage names when he becomes an adult.
  796. One meaning is that of when the seii taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") of the Muromachi bakufu made a political request to the Northern Court (the Imperial Court) on a particular issue.
  797. One member of the Settsu-Genji lineage, in their ancestral seat of Tada, gained particular notoriety: Yukitsuna TADA (MINAMOTO no Yukitsuna), who betrayed the Shishigatani conspiracy.
  798. One method is dividing it into 'four, four, two' chants.
  799. One might just be able to conquer the Chugoku region if one wishes to be a world-conqueror.'
  800. One might not talk to the person if he or she met someone on the way.
  801. One might say this is a symbolic example of the people's support for Gidayu-bushi.
  802. One million people visit annually, and many events are held here.
  803. One million yen or more as the total of securities, cash, deposits and savings.
  804. One minute on foot from the Karasumaguchi Exit of JR Kyoto Station
  805. One minute walk from the Minamikiyamachi Exit of Hankyu Railway Kawaramachi Station
  806. One month after the delegation had departed, he resigned from the Hokkaido development commission.
  807. One month later on December 18 (old calendar), the remaining Goryo-eji including Shinohara, hid in a private residence along the Fushimi-kaido Road and sniped at Isami KONDO on his way back from Nijo-jo Castle and Kondo's right shoulder was seriously injured.
  808. One more daughter of his became the Kitano-kata of Reizei Dainagon (chief councilor of state) Takafusa.
  809. One more intention can be known by looking at the records of that time: by establishing a law on pardon, Abe intended to actually revise the law of the Edo Shogunate, the Kujigata-osadamegaki (literally, "book of rules for public officials").
  810. One more problem connected to masuseki for enjoying the grand sumo tournament relates to the way tickets are sold.
  811. One mounds: Izumo, Mimasaka, Harima, Settsu, Ise, Owari, Mikawa, Noto, and Hitachi.
  812. One movement is made up with these parts.
  813. One night in 1379, Yoshimitsu ASHIKAGA had a revelation in a dream that told him 'You will fall ill this year and the only way to extend your life is to establish a temple for the worship of Hodo Bosatsu.'
  814. One night in 1420 he heard the calling of a crow, and was immediately enlightened.
  815. One night in September, he brought Nioumiya secretly to Uji, and made him see her.
  816. One night while he was having a coughing fit in the hallway, he reported to Isami Kondo that he had witnessed from the window a member of the masterless warriors group named Yoshio TONOUCHI make contact with a member of the Tadasaburo SASAKI group.
  817. One night with a full moon, while he was wandering in the field of autumn flowers, he heard an excellent performance of the koto (a long Japanese zither with thirteen strings) by an old man around eighty years old that echoed to the high buildings.
  818. One night, Kozo steals 100 ryo (currency unit) from a residence of Inage to save Shinsuke KATANAYA and his lover Omoto who are distressed because their money had been stolen by an evil stranger.
  819. One night, Nioumiya furtively visited Uji, stole into her bedroom pretending to be Kaoru and coerced Ukifune to sleep together with him.
  820. One night, Yorimasa was patrolling the garden of the Palace and saw black cloud spring up from the Ushi-tora direction (northeast) and a monster called 'nue' emerged from the cloud, which had the head of a monkey, the abdomen of a raccoon dog, the limbs of a tiger, and the tail of a snake.
  821. One night, Yorimasa, together with his retainer I no Hayata (written as 猪早太 or 井早太), ventured out to kill the mysterious creature with the bow that was inherited from his ancestor MINAMOTO no Yorimitsu.
  822. One night, a Buddhist priest appeared in Yukihira's dream and said 'There is a precious piece of wood floating on Karonotsu-no-Ura Inlet in Inaba Province.
  823. One night, at last, Kaoru went to tell her about his feelings, but he found the pregnant Naka no Kimi adorable, and restrained himself.
  824. One night, in the third year of Hoki, Gantei saw a spiritual dream, which told him that there is a spiritual mountain in the north of Yamashiro Province.
  825. One night, somebody knocks on the sliding shutter of a candy store, so a storekeeper opens the shutter to see a pale-faced young woman with disheveled hair who gives him a one-mon coin ("mon" is a monetary unit of old times) saying, 'I want some candy.'
  826. One night, the Emperor dreamed about a man who said, 'if you reconstruct and make my palace like the palace where you, the Emperor, are living, the Prince will be able to speak.'
  827. One night, the author goes to see sarugaku at Kyo.
  828. One night, when an early summer rain is falling, young court nobles gather around Genji, who is on night duty, and have a chat about ladies, in an episode known as 'rating woman on a rainy night.'
  829. One night, when an early summer rain was falling, To no Chujo visited Hikaru Genji, who turned 17.
  830. One nyobo was so absorbed in Kasane (adding colors) that she layered more garments than usual, but she became unable to walk for the heavy weight of the garments.
  831. One oban unit consisted of one ban-gashira (the captain), four kumi-gashira (the leaders), fifty banshi (the guards), ten yoriki (the constables), and twenty doshin (the policemen).
  832. One of Budo's main purpose is to overcome one's weakness (self-governing) as well as to pave the way for the future by driving one's body/mind to an extreme situation.
  833. One of Chionin Temple
  834. One of Hideyoshi's worries was how the Settsushu (Settsu gang) who were geographically close to Mitsuhide would react.
  835. One of Korin's famous works the Red and White Plum Blossoms folding screen is considered a late work and created in his studio on the second floor of this residence.
  836. One of Korin's famous works, Kakitsubata-zu (Irises) drawn on a folding screen, is considered to be one of his early works.
  837. One of Kyoto's three greatest pine trees.
  838. One of Magonojo's disciples Sanzaemon SHIBATO instructed the Kuroda family of the Fukuoka domain in Niten Ichi-ryu Heiho.
  839. One of Nanzen-ji Temple
  840. One of Sanpitsu (three famous ancient calligraphers).
  841. One of Sanseki (Three famous calligraphers in Japan) ONO no Tofu was his grandchild.
  842. One of Sekishu's students was Masayuki HOSHINA, who was a younger half-brother to the third Shogun, Iemitsu TOKUGAWA.
  843. One of Shin Sanju-rokkasen (New Thirty-six Master Poets)
  844. One of Soen's descendant established 'Nagatanien' in Tokyo.
  845. One of Suemune's surviving poems was the one that he created at a sakumone poetry contest held at his own residence in October 1079, and it was included in "Chuyuki Shihai Kanshishu" (Collection of Old Chinese Poems in the Diary of a court official).
  846. One of TAKAHASHI's most famous achievements is his study on puffer fish poison.
  847. One of Tadakatsu's uncles was Ujiaki UEMURA, famous for his heroic acts among the Tokugawa vassals, and another of his uncles was Tadazane HONDA, a master of spears.
  848. One of Takanobu's most passed down achievements to later generations was his activity as a painter.
  849. One of Tankei's later works created in 1254.
  850. One of Wang Yangming's disciples said 'the street is full of sages', which is considered to express the idea simply.
  851. One of Yorimasa's daughters, Nijoin no Sanuki, is known as a waka poet.
  852. One of Yorimasa's grandchildren is Naritsuna OIKAWA (also known as. Izu-kanja Naritsuna or Saemon-no-jo Moritsuna, who is a younger brother of MINAMOTO no Munetsuna and MINAMOTO no Aritsuna); it is known that Naritsuna owned Oikawa-no-sho Manor in Kizaki-gun, Tajima Province, and started to use the name Oikawa clan.
  853. One of Yoritoki's daughters had married Tsunekiyo, the aforementioned local ruler of Watari County.
  854. One of Yoshimitsu's poems was selected for "Gosen Wakashu" (Later Selected Collection of Japanese Poetry) (poem number 327).
  855. One of a few survivors of pork bone broth soy sauce ramen stores that were once popular in Kyoto.
  856. One of characteristics of studies in the Edo period was the appearance of the positivistic approachs based on written materials, which was different from those in the medieval times laying stress on the intuitional and associational thoughts of the researcher.
  857. One of characteristics of this book is that it was written based on both of natural law and positive law.
  858. One of family names in Japan.
  859. One of famous kanjin-Noh performances of this type is the kanjin-Noh performance played by Motoakira KANZE near Sujikai-bashi Bridge in Edo in 1750 backed up by the shogun, and this kanjin-Noh performance was held for 15 days.
  860. One of female servants' duties in the inner halls was yotogi for shogun (to sleep with shogun).
  861. One of four-character idioms that includes the word "fundoshi" is "kinkon-ichiban" (literally, "to tighten one's fundoshi loincloth to try again").
  862. One of grounds for this view is that the imperial court might consider that Nobunaga had an intention to overthrow the imperial court surmising from Nobunaga's response with respect to 'sanshokusuininnmonndai' (matters related to the Imperial Court's offer to Nobunaga to appoint him to Semi Daishogun, Daijo Daijin, or Kanpaku according to Nobunaga's wish).
  863. One of haiku poets who came under the influence of Seigetsu was Santoka TANEDA who made haiku without fixed pattern.
  864. One of her daughters became the wife of the 21st Kumano betto Tanzo, who was the second son of the 18th Kumano betto Tankai (1099 - 1174).
  865. One of her other names, Yomotsu Okami, means the deity presiding over Yominokuni.
  866. One of her personal collections of poetry is 'DEWA no ben shu.'
  867. One of her real brothers was Hidetaro HO who later became an electrical engineer.
  868. One of her siblings was FUJIWARA no Michitoshi.
  869. One of her sons was Yoshiatsu TOKUGAWA, who was the tenth lord of the Mito Domain.
  870. One of her step brothers was FUJIWARA no Nobuyori who was a mastermind of the Heiji War.
  871. One of his Musha-e (Ukiyo-e prints of warriors) series, "Suikoden" (The Water Margin), was released around 1827 after his master Toyokuni died, and the work was well received among people.
  872. One of his achievements included ordering the making of the Japan's first wooden dummy head based on a waxy dummy head presented from the curator of Dutch trading house.
  873. One of his achievements were to bring the TACHIBANA no Naramaro's War and FUJIWARA no Nakamaro's War under control.
  874. One of his adopted sons was Gyoken and his disciples included Gyoe and Kinyasu SANJONISHI.
  875. One of his ancestors from four generations earlier was Udaijin (Minister of the Right) SUGAWARA no Michizane.
  876. One of his biological brothers was Motonori NIJO.
  877. One of his books was "Story of Shinto Organizations" (神教組織物語).
  878. One of his brother-in-law was FUJIWARA no Tsunekiyo who was married to Sadato's younger sister.
  879. One of his brothers was KI no Yoshimochi who authored the preface of the 'Kokin Wakashu' (A Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry).
  880. One of his children is Kikugoro ONOUE the Seventh.
  881. One of his children was Ene ANDO (Haruemon Sukeyasu ANDO).
  882. One of his children was Kenho, a Buddhist priest.
  883. One of his children was Michinobu KONO.
  884. One of his children was Mitsukazu TAKEDA.
  885. One of his children was TOMO no Kunimichi and one of his grandchildren was TOMO no Yoshio.
  886. One of his children was Tadakata ANEGAKOJI.
  887. One of his children was Takesada TOKUGAWA (the second son).
  888. One of his children was Ujiaki (also called as Ujiteru) KONPARU, who took over the position of Konparu Dayu.
  889. One of his concubines was a daughter adopted by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, who was a daughter from the family of Hideie UKITA.
  890. One of his concubines was the daughter of Yasuie JIMYOIN.
  891. One of his daughters Sada-hime (Princess Sada) survived as Shingen's daughter Princess Matsu took her to Hachioji in Musashi Province together with Kogu-hime (Princess Kogu), a daughter of Nobushige OYAMADA, daughters of Morinobu NISHINA and others, where she was raised by Princess Matsu.
  892. One of his daughters became FUJIWARA no Kanezane's wife, and she gave birth to Yoshimichi KUJO and Yoshitsune KUJO.
  893. One of his daughters became a nyobo (high-ranked court lady) of Kenshunmonin and she was called 'naishi' (a maid of honor to the Empress) (There is every possibility that she was the same person as TAIRA no Noriko, a tenji (a court lady of the first rank) mentioned in the article for June 12, 1191 in "Azuma Kagami" (The Mirror of the East)).
  894. One of his daughters gave birth to FUJIWARA no Michitsuna with FUJIWARA no Kaneie, and she was historically famous as the author of "Kagero Nikki" (The Gossamer Years), 'FUJIWARA no Michitsuna no Haha'.
  895. One of his daughters is SAMUKAWA no Ama who married into Masamitsu OYAMA and later became the menoto (wet nurse) of MINAMOTO no Yoritomo; she bore Asamitsu who became the founder of Yuki clan.
  896. One of his daughters married FUJIWARA no Yoshiyori, Gon Chunagon (a provisional vice-councilor of state).
  897. One of his daughters married Imperial Prince Hisaaki of the Kamakura bakufu (the son of the Emperor Gofukakusa of the Jimyoin line) and gave birth to Imperial Prince Hisayoshi.
  898. One of his daughters married Nobuyoshi TAKEDA, the fifth son of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA, and another married Ieharu YAMAZAKI.
  899. One of his daughters was TAKASHINA no Kishi (who was the wife of FUJIWARA no Michitaka and the mother of FUJIWARA no Korechika, FUJIWARA no Takaie, and FUJIWARA no Teishi, and so on).
  900. One of his daughters was a wife of Tadasuke MINASE named Tomiko.
  901. One of his daughters was the legal wife of Korefusa MADENOKOJI, the Minister of the Center (Naidaijin).
  902. One of his daughters younger than Shiritsunane no mikoto was a wife of Prince Iokiiribiko no miko (a son of Emperor Keiko) and the mother of Homudamawaka no miko.
  903. One of his descendants is the Miyake clan of Mikawa Province, who became the lord of the Tahara Domain.
  904. One of his descendants is the Sawada family who produced the ninth Mihogasaki Oyakata (stablemaster), who had been an Ozeki (Sumo wrestler in the second highest rank) Daishiro MASUIYAMA, in Grand Sumo.
  905. One of his descendants was Tsutomu RAI, renowned scholar of Chinese literature.
  906. One of his disciples in Kado (flower arrangement) is Shinsuke Sadaoki ENOMOTO, who inherited the secret of seika.
  907. One of his disciples in Myoshin-ji Temple (who also accompanied him to Gyuko-ji Temple in Tosa) was Ansai YAMAZAKI, who later returned to secular life.
  908. One of his disciples was Joha SATOMURA.
  909. One of his disciples was Kosai Sootsu, who was famous for tutoring Masamune DATE..
  910. One of his disciples was Nobutomo ANDO, who was a castellan of the Kano Domain, Mino Province, in 65,000 koku at that time.
  911. One of his disciples was Shinkei.
  912. One of his disciples who committed sabotage out of conceit in Buddhism had been deprived of his qualification of teacher and purged (or expelled).
  913. One of his elder brothers Nagayoshi was killed in the Battle of Komaki and Nagakute in 1584, and later Tadamasa succeeded to the Mori estate as his other elder brothers had died earlier as well.
  914. One of his followers was Jakusho (OE no Sadamoto as his profane name).
  915. One of his grand children was Jugo SAIGO (Colonel of the Army).
  916. One of his grandchildren was Kagetomi UENO (professor of Tokyo University).
  917. One of his grandchildren was Sukenao INATOMI.
  918. One of his grandchildren was Yoshi HIJIKATA involved in Shingeki Undo (the movement of New Play).
  919. One of his great-grandchildren, Rikimaru SAIGO, is working as an English teacher at Kamakura Gakuen in Kamakura City, Kanagawa Prefecture.
  920. One of his hobbies was Kouta (a form of short song) and he became friends with Teru TAMURA, the founder of the Tamura school of Kouta.
  921. One of his important works was "Roppeita Geidan" (Roppeita's Thinking on the Arts).
  922. One of his masterpieces "Tokaido Yotsuya Kaidan" had been first performed two months before and succeeded particularly well, therefore it is considered that the success of the play affected the production of the new play considerably.
  923. One of his most famous brush paintings is a bijinga 'Setsugekkazu' (Paintings of Snow, the Moon, and flowers) (3-panel work, designated important cultural property, and owned by the MOA Museum of Art).
  924. One of his nephews, Joji HAYASHI (statesman), served as chairman of House of Representatives and Kosei daijin (Minister of Health and Welfare).
  925. One of his notable extant works, 'Soshu Kamakura Shichiriga-hama zu' (Mt. Fuji viewed from Kamakura Shichiriga-hama beach), was originally offered to Atagoyama-jinja Shrine of Shiba, Edo.
  926. One of his older brothers was MONONOBE no Itabi.
  927. One of his outstanding joint works is an adaptation of "Sukeroku," originally written by Ochi, which he rewrote to make it into a Kabuki play jointly with Kenji ENOKIDO, and the principle role, Gyou OGUCHIYA, was performed by Danjuro ICHIKAWA (the 9th).
  928. One of his poems is also included in "Bunka shureishu" (the second collection of poems in Chinese, compiled by an Imperial command) in addition to in "Ryoun-shu."
  929. One of his poems was published in "Kinyoshu" (the 360th poem).
  930. One of his popular roles was that of a father Tahe in 'Sakanaya Sogoro.'
  931. One of his pupils was Hokusai KATSUSHIKA.
  932. One of his representative works is a period drama, "Three Outlaw Samurai."
  933. One of his representative works that is still extant, "Uesugi-bon Rakuchu Rakugai-zu," shows that he excelled in detailed paintings.
  934. One of his son was Kaneyoshi KUJO, who served as Dainagon (the chief councilor of state).
  935. One of his sons was Kinkado OGIMACHISANJO, Sangi, and Sanehisa OGIMACHISANJO, Chunagon (Vice-councilor of State).
  936. One of his sons was MINAMOTO no Saneakira, who is regarded as one of the Sanjurokkasen (36 Immortal Poets) along with Kintada.
  937. One of his sons was ONO no Emishi.
  938. One of his sons was ONO no Imoko, a Japanese envoy to Sui Dynasty China.
  939. One of his sons was Tokimoto OMIYA.
  940. One of his students in poetry, Prince Hachijonomiya Toshihito, tried twice to make peace proposals (in July and August), but Yusai declined them and kept his army locked up in the castle.
  941. One of his typical achievements was pushing on with the construction of the Asaka canal in Fukushima Prefecture by inviting a Dutch engineer Cornelis Johannes Van Doorn.
  942. One of his waka poem has been selected in the Ogura Anthology of One Hundred Poems by One Hundred Poets:
  943. One of his waka was selected for "Kinyo Wakashu" (Kinyo Collection of Japanese poems) (song number 672).
  944. One of his wives is Futaji Hime of Yasu, and her son is Ina Yori Wake no Miko, who is an ancestor of the Takerube clan and Inukami clan.
  945. One of his works called "Yaegoromo" (An Eight-Fold Garment) was too difficult even for ISHIKAWA himself to play and lost hearts and minds of kengyos to be nearly obsolete.
  946. One of his younger sisters was the singer Takeko KUJO.
  947. One of important techniques of divination is 'Okiho,' which surmises when the outcome of divination comes true.
  948. One of its earliest usage examples is found in the Manyoshu(Collections of Ten Thousand Leaves): 'As your love towards me has aroused so much jealousy, I am going to perform my ablutions in the river in my hometown Asuka' (vol. 4-626).
  949. One of its features is that it has a little more blackish body than Ise ebi.
  950. One of its unique dishes includes Linz cake.
  951. One of only five women counted among the 36 Immortal Poets, and moreover the only member of the Imperial family so selected, Queen Kishi's portrait occupies a prominent place even among portraits of the subsequent Immortal Poets.
  952. One of other minor opinions is a theory that Yusai HOSOKAWA and Nobutada ODA were brains.
  953. One of reasons for the above was that usable materials by the then-current technology of copper refinery, was limited to certain resources, so that production of such usable copper resources continued to decrease year by year.
  954. One of scales used in Japanese music.
  955. One of seven departments was Giseikan which was a legislative assembly for public opinion.
  956. One of shogi's kakoi (castle, a defense formation to protect the King) styles is called yagura-gakoi (yagura castle).
  957. One of such opinions is that because it keeps for a long time, surume is a symbol of happiness that lasts for many years, another one is that since the Muromachi period, money has been referred to as 'oashi' (legs) whereby surume with many legs (tentacles) brings good fortune.
  958. One of such theories is the following.
  959. One of such typical anecdotes is about his death.
  960. One of tea tasting methods at tea ceremonies is to drink full-favored tea prepared in one bowl for several guests by passing it from the main guest to the other guests.
  961. One of techniques Misho school has adopted is to arrange flowers in the shape of an isosceles right triangle.
  962. One of the "Kagoshima Gosha" (the five most important shrines in Kagoshima).
  963. One of the "Six Old Kilns of Japan," where pottery including jars, pots and mortars (suribachi) have been produced using Anagama since around the end of the Middle Ages.
  964. One of the 'Shido Shoguns': 4 shoguns who ruled different parts of Japan at the time.
  965. One of the 100 m-wide roads in Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture.
  966. One of the 36 immortal poets, he was one of the compilers of the Kokin Wakashu (Collection of Ancient and Modern Poems) with KI no Tsurayuki, KI no Tomonori and MIBU no Tadamine.
  967. One of the 54 chapters in "The Tale of Genji."
  968. One of the Best Fishing Spots in the Kansai Region
  969. One of the Buddhist memorial services according to Shika (four ritual styles of Daihoe (great Buddhist memorial service)), (Nika (two ritual styles) according to Esoteric Buddhism).
  970. One of the Buddhist terms in the list.
  971. One of the Chinese characters in her name means 'home,' which indicates that, as well as the goddess of trees, she is also the goddess of things made of wood including buildings, homes and ships.
  972. One of the Chionin Temple (in Higashiyama-ku Ward, Kyoto City)
  973. One of the Etorofu-type (a type of Japanese warship used during World War Ⅱ) coast defense ships
  974. One of the Five Pillars of Islam.
  975. One of the Goki-Shichido, an ancient administrative area, on the Pacific Ocean side of central Honshu.
  976. One of the Goki-Shichido, referring to a region of Honshu along the Seto Inland Sea
  977. One of the Japan's three biggest Dashi Festival (Float Festival)
  978. One of the Japanese family names -- Tanba clan, Tetsuro TANBA, and so forth
  979. One of the Japanese family names.
  980. One of the Japanese policy advisors for the Clinton Administration.
  981. One of the Kojin-mono (Noh play with a fierce god) in Waki-noh Mono(Noh play with a god as the main character).
  982. One of the Kuon-ji Temple (in Minobu Town, Yamanashi Prefecture)
  983. One of the Kyushu sanninshu, Fuyusuke SHONI from the Shoni clan refused Ryoshun's proposal because he was opposed to Kyushu Tandai but he was convinced by Ujihisa SHIMAZU and joined Ryoshun.
  984. One of the Matsui families became the vassal of the Kira clan of Mikawa Province.
  985. One of the Mizuage methods
  986. One of the Mizuage methods.
  987. One of the Nagahama juhinshu (Ten influential families in Naagahama) and Nagahama sandoshiyori (Three influential families in Nagahama).
  988. One of the Nanzen-ji Temple (in Sakyo-ku Ward, Kyoto City)
  989. One of the Noh stages where such exchanges took place at the time was Tamagawa Noh stage (it is now located at Tessankai Nohgaku Kenshujo).
  990. One of the Yamato Shichifuku Happo pilgrimage (Shigisan Chogosonshi-ji Temple, Kume-dera Temple, Kojima-dera Temple, Ofusa Kannon Tanzan-jinja Shrine, Taima-dera Temple Nakano-do Hall, Abe Monju-in Temple, Omiwa-jinja Shrine).
  991. One of the above tumuli is this Kofun.
  992. One of the accomplishment of his study is included in "Yugen-Hisao KANZE's world" (Libroport, 1980), compiled by Moriaki WATANABE.
  993. One of the addresses "Goreizen," "O-tamagushi (ryo)," or "O-sakaki-ryo" is written on the front side of the envelope, and the envelope is decorated with black and white mizuhiki tied in a square knot or asao tied in a square knot.
  994. One of the advantages of Najio paper is its long life.
  995. One of the advantages of a taxi is its capability to 'carry passengers from the entrance of the point of departure to the entrance of the destination.'
  996. One of the agency's main duties was to regulate the central administration and public morals.
  997. One of the aims of enlightenment was to overcome people's spiritless and abjection to power, which were delivered by autocratic government.'
  998. One of the annual general assembly of Junior Chamber International Japan which is held at the third weekend of January every year.
  999. One of the armies were sent to Yamato City of Yamato Province via Ise Province to support OTOMO no Fukei's army which had kept fighting at Yamato City and its vicinity.
  1000. One of the artist-monks, wishing to see the face of the girl who may be an incarnation of Kannon (Deity of Mercy), threw a pebble at her without listing to his associates who tried to stop him.

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