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  1. One of the assumed origins of this method is the use of excess iron plates from dockyards, which existed in a large number in Imabari City.
  2. One of the attractions is that as the plants are living, there is no moment of 'completion,' but rather it is always changing.
  3. One of the background of the above innovation is considered to be 'Tachiai Noh' which was often held at the time.
  4. One of the best known of this type is kawara-senbei (senbei shaped like a Japanese traditional roof tile), and there are other types made from rice powder such as Yatsuhashi (a specialty confectionery in Kyoto).
  5. One of the best pupils of Danjo HEKI was Shigekata YOSHIDA; thereafter, the teachings were chiefly succeeded to the Yoshida clan, and it was also known as the Yoshida style, however now, except for a certain segment, it is often called the Heki school.
  6. One of the best shogi players who was able to defeat Soho AMANO in a Hirate game (playing evenly without a handicap).
  7. One of the biggest challenges for the present-day breweries is to improve the severe working conditions which have remained from the past, such as short sleeping hours during the preparation season, with keeping the same level of sake quality.
  8. One of the branch families of the Yudo clan was the Oshiro clan who became gokenin (an immediate vassal of the shogunate in the Kamakura and Muromachi through Edo periods) of Yoritomo.
  9. One of the brothers, Soteki ASAKURA immediately informed Sadakage ASAKURA, the head of the clan (the ninth head), of the plot on May 5, 1503.
  10. One of the causes for this was the matter of the Isshiki clan being on bad terms with the Shoni clan; the Shoni clan was for the Northern Court's (Japan) side, the same side of Isshiki clan and Shoni clan used to be the chinzei bugyo (a magistrate of Kyushu region).
  11. One of the central members of Edo radicals Gunbei TAKATA also left the group when he arranged the adoption with a direct retainer of the bakufu Mototomo UCHIDA.
  12. One of the chapter titles of the "Tale of Genji" with 54 chapters is Matsukaze.
  13. One of the characteristics is that there are many straight line motions, for example, handling a bamboo ladle.
  14. One of the characteristics of Edo karakami design can be said that the chic Edo-komon (fine patterns utilized in Edo) which is suitable for printing, is often used.
  15. One of the characteristics of Najio paper is that it has been made by 'Tome-suki' (fixed-paper making) since ancient times.
  16. One of the characteristics of Shoin-zukuri style (a traditional Japanese style of residential architecture that includes a tokonoma) is kinpeki-shohekiga (paintings on gold foil-pressed paper sliding doors and screens).
  17. One of the characteristics of both "Oshu Gosannen Ki" and "Gosannen Kassen Ekotoba" in the Jowa edition is its savagery.
  18. One of the characteristics of enka vocal style is that a distinctive technique called 'kobushi' (a warble) is heavily used.
  19. One of the characteristics of his style was an image of not so well-proportioned, long-torsoed and a little stooped women filled with distorted emotions.
  20. One of the characteristics of temples of the Shingon sect is that Shingon Hasso (Denji Hasso) are enshrined in the main hall or other places (they are often drawn as pictures).
  21. One of the characteristics of the Rakuchu rakugai zu painted during the Edo period is that a delegation from Korea is depicted in some of them.
  22. One of the characteristics of the Shingon sects is the preaching of faith in Kobo-daishi (faith in Daishi).
  23. One of the characteristics of the iemoto system is the hierarchy in which accredited masters, instructors, etc. mediate between iemoto and pupils.
  24. One of the characteristics of the tumulus is a tomb with a dome-shaped mound on a square base.
  25. One of the characteristics of this book is that it contains many quotations from other books ---although most of the quoted books don't exist now--- and some articles whose sources are unknown seem to have been based on the diaries and records in those days.
  26. One of the characters of TV animation, "Vampire Miyu," named "Matsukaze."
  27. One of the children between Hiroko and Mitsuhide was Tama AKECHI who was later called Gracia HOSOKAWA.
  28. One of the commonly understood reasons for the rise of this concept was the increasing criticism in the 1970's and onwards of the conventional understanding that local farmers were the foundation of the samurais who overthrew shoen (manors in medieval Japan) control by aristocrats.
  29. One of the copies exists today (One case has five volumes, but one of the volumes is missing.)
  30. One of the core elements of the Iemoto system is the monopolization of iegei through the hereditary succession of secret techniques.
  31. One of the coroners told the woman to grant the criminal's wish, but this practice of 'special consideration' for the criminals was discontinued after this incident.
  32. One of the court ladies to Toba-in, whose name was Ayame-no-mae, was very beautiful, and Yorimasa fell in love with her at first sight.
  33. One of the court ladies who had fled from Mt. Kasagi with Emperor Godaigo in the face of a crushing defeat in the Onin War of 1331 came to Tsukigase to stay.
  34. One of the daughters of Prince Okinaga no Mate married 'the Emperor Keitai,' and the other daughter married 'the Emperor Bidatsu' is assumed to be Hirohime.
  35. One of the derivatives is 'Internet Benkei' used to refer to a person who is energetic and high-spirited only on the Internet.
  36. One of the descendants of the first prince Yoshiakira includes MINAMOTO no Hiromasa who was an expert in kangen (gagaku piece without dance).
  37. One of the descendants was INUGAMI no Mitasuki (INUKAMI no Mitasuki), a diplomat in the Asuka Period.
  38. One of the descendants was Otamuyawake, Omi no kuninomiyatsuko.
  39. One of the descendants, Yoriyuki YOSHIMI was from a branch family of the Noto-Yoshimi clan and left the capital when he was appointed as a Jitoshiki (manager and lord of an estate) of Kanoashi District, Iwami Province.
  40. One of the diaries written by Chikamoto is 'Chikamoto Nikki' (the diary of Chikamoto).
  41. One of the direct retainers of the shogun from Kawase in Omi Province
  42. One of the directors of the company, Mataichiro KANAMORI (later, representative director and president of the company) visited Hozan-ji Temple late at night and asked to lend him the money offered to the temple in exchange for 100,000 tickets.
  43. One of the disadvantages of samezaya was that it shrinks when wet in the rain, making it difficult to draw the sword, but the art of decoration went beyond the inconvenience.
  44. One of the disciples of the school Heiji YUASA (the 15th), who had held the position of the head temporarily, died early, and the position became vacant.
  45. One of the dishes categorized in oboro is, for example, denbu (mashed and seasoned fish, flesh of whitefish and shrimp that has been boiled, shredded, parched, seasoned, and colored red).
  46. One of the disputes began with Ogai's criticism in "Shigarami Soshi," of the short explanation which Shoyo added to his own comments on William SHAKESPEARE in 'Waseda Bungaku' (Waseda Literature).
  47. One of the earliest document on the use of gas for lighting gives the following account: Ryuho SHIMA, physician in Nanbu Domain, burned gas produced from coal tar to obtain lighting in his house in Kameido before the Ansei Great Earthquake.
  48. One of the ekibens, using sea bream, 'Seto no Oshizushi' (pressed sushi in Seto), won the first prize in the National Ekiben contest featured on the Saturday Edition of Nippon Keizai Shimbun in May 2006.
  49. One of the estates ('shinno shiden') granted to Imperial Princess Asahara by Emperor Kanmu in the late eighth century.
  50. One of the factors behind the issuing of many namazu-e was that the earthquake occurred just before a canceled November performance of kabuki which was to open the year's kabuki season was canceled and this caused damage to publishers who expected income from shibai-e (drawing kabuki as subject matter).
  51. One of the factors for soba prevailing over udon in Edo was that the vitamin B1 rich buckwheat was effective in preventing beriberi referred to as the 'Edo disease' common among people often eating polished rice.
  52. One of the factors that led to the rapid modernization of Japan in the Meiji period was the high educational standards that Terakoya had provided the ordinary citizens.
  53. One of the factors which increased the damage was the structure of Doshishamae Station, which was regarded as problematic (see the section of Doshishamae Station for further details).
  54. One of the families was the Minase family and they continued until the Meiji Restoration.
  55. One of the family members of Kudara's king, the younger brother of Fuyo Hosho, Zenko, was given the clan title of Kudara no Konikishi from the Imperial Court and served under it.
  56. One of the family precepts of Omi shonin is known to be that of 'Sanpo yoshi' (benefit for all three sides), which teaches that in their business the merchant should take into consideration the benefits for the customer, society, and the vendor at the same time.
  57. One of the famous Dokyo temples in Japan is the Shoten-gu Shrine in Sakado City, Saitama Prefecture.
  58. One of the famous bessho is Koya Bessho on Mt. Koya, and the nenbutsu hijiri living there was called Koya Hijiri.
  59. One of the famous episodes is that Ieyasu TOKUGAWA who had been in Sakai City rushed back to Mikawa Province guarded by Masanari HATTORI and others after Honnoji Incident.
  60. One of the famous examples is the Battle of Cannae (whose details including a formation chart are available in the relevant section).
  61. One of the features (to be discussed later) of pufferfish is that it is fibrous.
  62. One of the features of Museum Yamatobunkakan is its well-balanced and thorough collection of masterpieces that represent an aesthetic sense of a period or region without considering personal preferences.
  63. One of the features of the Katsuraki clan is their successive marital relations with the Okimi family during the 5th century.
  64. One of the features of yakizakana in Japanese cuisine is its use of direct fire, which dates back before the Edo period, when the method of broiling fish on a hot plate had not been invented in Japanese cooking.
  65. One of the female students dispatched by the new government to study in the United States of America accompanying the Iwakura Mission
  66. One of the five subcastes of the senmin lower class (which consisted of Ryoko, dedicated to the imperial family or guards of imperial tombs; Kanko, dedicated to public ministries; Kenin, servants of high-ranking families; Kunuhi, slaves of the court; and Shinuhi, slaves of families) that existed under the ritsuryo system.
  67. One of the four bridges that go through Nakanoshima (Osaka Prefecture) is the Watanabe-bashi Bridge, named after the prosperity of Watanabe no tsu in the Edo period, located in the place slightly downstream from the place where Watanabe no tsu used to be.
  68. One of the four hereditary Imperial Prince's families.
  69. One of the four retainers, WATANABE no Tsuna said it was irrational that there was an ogre at the main gate of the domain of the Emperor, and to determine if it was true or not, he rode a horse in full armor, with an ancestral sword and headed for Rajo-mon Gate alone, without any followers.
  70. One of the goals of Butoku-kai was a systematization of technique such as Kendo-gata (style of Kendo, Japanese art of fencing) and Judo-gata (style of Judo, Japanese art of self-defense), so, after that in Kyudo the integration of shooting styles was attempted.
  71. One of the goroku (sayings) which recorded his accomplishments as well as his words and deeds is "Ninyushigyoron".
  72. One of the grandchildren of Emperor Akihito
  73. One of the grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Koganei was the novelist Shinichi HOSHI.
  74. One of the great masters in the Meiji period.
  75. One of the grounds is that the estimated age of the unearthed human bones is close to the age at which Osakabe no Miko is thought to have died.
  76. One of the gun smith families in Kunitomo village patronized by the government that had the rank of toshiyoriwaki (a hereditary rank given to gun smith families), which was one below toshiyori.
  77. One of the highlights is how Danshichi changes from a dowdy shape in the first part to a fresh kyokaku in the second part as Takemoto said 'freshly shaved Itobin-atama (head) and blue sakayaki'.
  78. One of the highlights is the turns of hoko floats called tsujimawashi, taken place at intersections.
  79. One of the important factors in determining the issue of battles at castles is the shape and structure of the castle.
  80. One of the impression materials used for dental treatment is made of agar.
  81. One of the incentives for development that was enforced in the period of governance under Fuyutsugu was the establishment of Chokushiden.
  82. One of the justices and one of the secretaries shall be Japanese.
  83. One of the kings thought he would relieve people by becoming Buddha by himself, and he became the Buddha called Issaichii-nyorai.
  84. One of the leading experts of Hokan is Yugentei Tamasuke.
  85. One of the limitations that did not allow shugo to become feudal lords was the disturbance of the Northern and Southern courts in the Muromachi period that led to the political instability and complications.
  86. One of the local features of gyudon chains is that only Yoshinoya Co., Ltd, Sukiya, and Nakau Company, Limited have outlets within the Shikoku region.
  87. One of the local specialties of Shiba-mura.
  88. One of the long-established stores.
  89. One of the main criticisms against wasan was that it was "useless in terms of practical usage."
  90. One of the main reasons that TAIRA no Kiyomori gained power quickly after the Hogen War, was that he was an Inshi of Emperor Goshirakawa.
  91. One of the major characteristics is that people tend to prioritize old rules, which results in discriminating those who object or breach such rules by regarding them as mavericks, including their relatives and even persons having close relationships with them.
  92. One of the members of this group was praised for their achievement and employed by the company to work in its PR section.
  93. One of the modern ablutions is a shrine visitor's purifying himself in a purification font as a religious practice before participating in a Shinto ceremony.
  94. One of the most famous Maitreya statues is 'Maitreya with berretta' (the first natural treasure) kept in the Reiho-den of Koryu-ji Temple in Uzumasa, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, and it is known for his posture in which he is lost in thought with the right ring finger on his cheek.
  95. One of the most famous and fateful battles between the eastern and western armies, the Battle of Sekigahara, started on September 15.
  96. One of the most famous appeals was 'Owari no kuni (Owari Province) Gunji (a local government official) Hyakusho (farmers) ra no Gebumi (letter)' of November 8, 988, in which the Gunji and farmers in Owari complained their Kokushu, FUJIWARA no Motonaga's illegal behaviors as a breach of thirty-one articles of misconduct and violence.
  97. One of the most famous events of Inoue's Diplomacy, a masquerade (a fancy ball) of April 20, 1887, was not held in the Rokumei-kan Pavilion but in his official residence.
  98. One of the most famous members of the Sugawara clan was Sugawara no Michizane, Koreyoshi's son.
  99. One of the most famous periodic rites of this kind is Shikinen Sengu at the Ise-jingu Shrine, which is a grand festival where all the shrines are rebuilt every twenty years.
  100. One of the most influential furniture designers in the 20th century.
  101. One of the most notable examples is Yushima Seido/Yushima Temple, which is annexed to Shoheizaka Gakumonjo in Tokyo Prefecture.
  102. One of the most notable findings of the excavation is the east corridor itself which was unearthed in 1982.
  103. One of the most popular stores in Kyoto, and often has people lined up.
  104. One of the most popular stores in Kyoto, it is rare for it not to have a line of people waiting in front.
  105. One of the most popular stores in Kyoto, it is rare for it not to have a string of people lining the store.
  106. One of the most popular stores in Kyoto, there is always a line of people waiting to get in.
  107. One of the most striking features of Kamakura period culture is the rise of a new warrior and commoner culture in opposition to the existing aristocratic culture; the period saw the emergence of dual cultures.
  108. One of the most unique dishes is 'awabi yam soup', which is salted awabi, grated and mixed with the same amount of grated yam (this is explained in detail in "Strange Food and Curious Food" written by Takeo Koizumi).
  109. One of the national treasures 'Documents associated with Chisho Daishi' in Onjo-ji Temple.
  110. One of the national treasures 'Documents associated with Enchin' in Tokyo National Museum.
  111. One of the notable was TAIRA no Tokiko, the legal wife of TAIRA no Kiyomori, who was granted junii and called Nii-no-ama.
  112. One of the objects defining female standard clothing was to save cloth.
  113. One of the old examples is the tiles laid on the existing Maruoka-jo Castle keep, and these tiles are made of tuff.
  114. One of the oldest Buddhist wall paintings, whose antiquity is comparable to that of Horyu-ji Temple Kondo (golden hall), was excavated and it caught people's attention.
  115. One of the oldest calligraphy works of the Hihaku style was by the Emperor Taizong (Tang) called "Shinmeishi," a votive tablet in which the nine letters of "廿年正月廿六" were inscribed (in the Jogan era (Tang)).
  116. One of the oldest categories of Kyo-yaki called Awataguchi-yaki (also known as Awata-yaki) had already began being produced in the Awataguchi district in the Kanei era.
  117. One of the oldest establishments among wagashi confectioners that remain based in Kyoto.
  118. One of the oldest gold mines in Japan are in Oda District which is now known was Wakuya Town, Toda District, Miyagi Prefecture, and the Koganeyama-jinja Shrine in Koganehazama, Wakuya Town is often compared with Engishikinaisa.
  119. One of the oldest statues of Japanese gods.
  120. One of the oldest statues of Nichiren.
  121. One of the oniwaban, Nagataka KAWAMURA was promoted to the high position with the property of 1000 crop yields according to Ashidaka system (the system to give low-class people extra property as wage when they got a higher position than their family class) for having worked as an Ongokubugyo (a magistrate placed at an important area directly controlled by the bakufu) at the end of the Edo period.
  122. One of the original copies is exhibited at the museum to preserve the house FUKUZAWA once resided, in Nakatsu City, Oita Prefecture.
  123. One of the palaces used by the shogun going to Kyoto.
  124. One of the personalities who contributed to the economic development and growth of Kansai region before the war.
  125. One of the pictures in "Kinsei-shobaizukushi-kyoka-awase" (collection of comic tanka [kyoka] about all modern businesses) of 1852 portrayed the state of a sushi stall which was selling long inarizushi by the slice that is rarely seen today.
  126. One of the poems in the Manyoshu was intended for the lawful wife, Kagami no Okimi, and the other poem expressed his joy of winning the affections of Yasumiko, who was a maid-in-waiting at the court.
  127. One of the poems often used was a Chinese poem that read, 'Choseidenri ni shunju tomu, furomonzen nichigetsu ososhi,' celebrating the everlastingness of the emperor and singing about his perpetual youth and longevity.
  128. One of the political characteristics of the Mori clan was the highly independent nature of their local lords.
  129. One of the portraits known as the three portraits in Jingo-ji Temple is said to be a portrait of FUJIWARA no Mitsuyoshi, but there is recently a theory that the portrait is of the Second Shogun Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA of the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun).
  130. One of the powerful nobles, Wakasa-zenji Yasusue, former Governor of Wakasa Province, assaulted a wife of a vassal's follower (bushi) at Rokujo Street Madenokoji Avenue in broad daylight.
  131. One of the pressing matters is that some sections are just about to be lost, including the section in the Hatenashi Mountain Range which was chosen as the development site for wind power generation by Kansai Electric Power.
  132. One of the primary functions of national libraries around the world is to mandate that all publications must be deposited in designated libraries based on the Legal Deposit System as stipulated in a law, etc., and to compile a comprehensive collection of materials published in their respective countries.
  133. One of the princes succeeded to the throne and became Emperor Reigen.
  134. One of the privileges of the Shugo was ichiji-hairyo, by which they could receive one letter from the Shogun's imina (personal name).
  135. One of the problems that Satoyama faces at present is the tax burden.
  136. One of the problems was that, since the terrain was high in the southeast and low in the northwest, the drain from the southeast part including filth flows into the area around the Imperial Palace; also there were neither walls that surrounded the capital nor front gate.
  137. One of the prominent things about the garan of this period is a consideration given first and foremost to the pagoda.
  138. One of the promoters, Shi O's seal was engraved by Senro.
  139. One of the proposals to be carried out was 'to keep the distance of each bus stop as 100m within the housing complex area, considering the convenience and the accessibility by the advanced age residents of this area.'
  140. One of the prosecutors shall be Japanese.
  141. One of the purposes in the construction of Nagaoka-kyo led by Tanetsugu was to eliminate all influences by Nara Temples, including the Todai-ji Temple and the Daian-ji Temple.
  142. One of the purposes of introducing the zaike system was to make sure of those farmers' tax payment, and similar tax imposition was begun in the shoen.
  143. One of the purposes of the Kinchu narabini kuge shohatto (a set of regulations that applied to the emperor and the Kyoto nobles) enacted by Ieyasu TOKUGAWA was to put an end to the disputes over the order of precedence at the Imperial Court.
  144. One of the purposes of using kanin and the equivalent seals in Japan was to distinguish whether a document was genuine or not, and another purpose was to show the authority of the Japanese nation under the ritsuryo codes.
  145. One of the reason was that there was a risk of Kamakura being attacked by FUJIWARA no Hidehira and Takayoshi SATAKE, the other was that Kyoto would not hold such a large army.
  146. One of the reason why Retired Emperor Gotoba gave Koreyoshi a preferential treatment might have been that the retired emperor wanted to win the experienced busho (Japanese military commander) Koreyoshi over to his side, thinking of the day in which he would overthrow the Shogunate.
  147. One of the reasons for Masayasu's belonging to the East squad was that Yoshinao Isshiki, who was Hankoku Shugo in the northern part of Ise Province, was in the West squad.
  148. One of the reasons for such concentration of accreditation in some specific fields was that the accreditation work had been promptly conducted with the primary importance being given to the prevention of overseas outflow of art objects.
  149. One of the reasons for taking such a long time was that photosensitive rice does not grow in the Chubu highland where hours of sunlight are short.
  150. One of the reasons for the acceptance of the figures is the geographical narrowness of Shitaragahara.
  151. One of the reasons for the collapse of the new government is said to be the political dispute between Yasuko and Imperial Prince Moriyoshi, and there is a statement quoted from the Chinese Proverb "When a female bird cries at sunrise, a family falls."
  152. One of the reasons for the conflict between the Miyoshi sanninshu and Hisahide MATSUNAGA is said to be due to the unanswered question as to who really supported Yoshihide.
  153. One of the reasons for the flourishing Suiboku-ga at this time is that Zen priests were actively interacting between Japan and China and new style paintings in Sung and Yuan were brought to Japan.
  154. One of the reasons for this is that the order of bringing or serving dishes in restaurants is slightly different from that of 'chakaiseki.'
  155. One of the reasons for this movement is that a mechanism which determines the taste of a certain school's sake has been scientifically revealed by little and little.
  156. One of the reasons he raised was the annual deficit of 100,000 yen produced by communication services.
  157. One of the reasons is that especially office workers in sales want to avoid their clothes from becoming smelly from okonomiyaki.
  158. One of the reasons is that the production areas of the ingredients including wheat, water (soft water), and salt (seawater salt) were in the close locally.
  159. One of the reasons is the name 'Sukeroku.'
  160. One of the reasons that Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI was able to rule the entire country was that he had talented bureaucrats such as Mitsunari and that they always accomplished the transport of military goods.
  161. One of the reasons that those roles are not acted by onnagata actors, who are famous for their beauty, is that it is difficult to convince audience that they are villains, which will make it difficult to produce a drama.
  162. One of the reasons was that shinbun-nishiki-e handled realistic subject matters and carried not only nishiki-e prints which were created by eshi who were artistically highly evaluated such as Yoshiiku and Yoshitoshi.
  163. One of the reasons why Harumichi accepted the request is that he received a strange message from his deceased teacher, Atsutane, in a dream.
  164. One of the reasons why Koban was circulated around Edo was there were many samurai residences in Edo and high-ranking warriors used mainly Koban in a large amount transactions.
  165. One of the reasons why Okaru received Ieyasu's affection was her economical lifestyle.
  166. One of the reasons why he was selected for Zogushi could be that there were expectations for cooperation with the Hata clan, Tanetsugu's mother's family home, located in Kadono County, the Province of Yamashiro which was close to Nagaoka, the place where the capital was transferred to.
  167. One of the reasons why the business model of karaoke was successful may be an introduction of a lease system.
  168. One of the reminders of this fact is the term 'Chofu (literally, procurement of cloth),' which meant the national tax.
  169. One of the representative works of landscape painting of Ryusei was "Road Cut through a Hill" which was completed in 1915 and sent to the second Sodosha-ten in the next year.
  170. One of the retainers, Awaji (Shigemasa SASABE) suddenly gets upset and tells them that the asura time is coming.
  171. One of the revolutionary points of this law was to issue Shinpai (信牌) (port-entry permit) which set the next port entry due date and the enhanced trading management through administrative reforms in Nagasaki.
  172. One of the roles of hongan or zokufu in Korea is for Yangban (traditional ruling class or nobles of dynastic Korea during the Joseon Dynasty) to prove the legitimacy and quality of their family lines.
  173. One of the scapegoats the new government directed its focus on was the lord of the Aize Domain Katamori MATSUDAIRA (and the younger brother, Sadaaki MATSUDAIRA); he was an accusation target of the new government, because of his connection to the original Edo edict.
  174. One of the sections of the operation manual for the Wii entitled 'For Safety' (page 15) contains a depiction of Kyoto Tower amid a thunderstorm.
  175. One of the similar example is yuzuyu (a hot citron bath) on winter solstice.
  176. One of the six statues, the statue of Juntei Kannon bears an inscription within its body.
  177. One of the sixth successors, Prince Orihito's daughter Princess Sazanomiya Takako, became the wife of the twelfth shogun, Ieyoshi TOKUGAWA; moreover, Princess Tomi no miya Yoshiko became the wife of Nariaki TOKUGAWA and had Yoshinobu TOKUGAWA.
  178. One of the solutions suggested was to establish a new Imperial Family from a former Imperial Family and appoint a successor to the throne, however it has not been greatly supported by public opinion.
  179. One of the sons of the Sanjonishi family, a branch of the Sanjo family, was subsequently adopted to succeed as the head of the latter family (and, thereafter, Kodo (incense appreciation) was introduced to the Sanjo family).
  180. One of the special products of Nyukawa-cho, Takayama City (former Nyukawa-mura, Ono County) is a pumpkin called Sukune Kabocha.
  181. One of the staff called Sakan of Shukeiryo became a ministry official called Koto of Minbusho and concentrated on the clerical work.
  182. One of the standard souvenirs of excursions in Japan is a Saisenbako-shaped money box which is sold at many tourist spots.
  183. One of the statues located at the four corners of the central hall.
  184. One of the stupa washed up on the shore of Itsukushima in Aki Province, and TAIRA no Kiyomori was so moved by the poem on it that he ordered the remission of the banishment.
  185. One of the subsidiaries of Kobe Steel, Ltd., which deals with the manufacturing and sales of wires for welding
  186. One of the systems for collecting tax from consumption goods is consumption tax, but monopolization is a system that develops this further and monopolizes profits by completely controlling the processes of production, distribution, and sales and excluding competition.
  187. One of the tactics created in order to take advantage during a war was attacking from a faraway place, and Yumiya played an important role on the battlefield.
  188. One of the tales recorded in the classic epic, "Heike Monogatari" is about his extermination of a monster called nue.
  189. One of the territories was Tanabe-jo Castle in Tango, the lord of which was Tadaoki HOSOKAWA.
  190. One of the theories has it that the Saimen no Bushi was organized in preparation to overthrow the bakufu, while another theory holds it that it was created by the Retired Emperor who simply liked military arts, and that it has no relation to the Kamakura bakufu.
  191. One of the theories identifies the five kings of Wa from the Oriental zodiac of the years of their death.
  192. One of the theories is that Kukai burnt a Goma (holy fire) in the shape of the letter 'Dai (big),' which represents human body to drive plague off ("Topography of Yoshufushi" and "Hinami-kiji" (a guidebook of annual events in Kyoto and its surrounding area).
  193. One of the theories is that the mother of a man called Yasaburo was transformed into a hag, and another is that a hag bit Yasaburo's mother to death and transformed herself into his mother; and much more.
  194. One of the three Yamato mountains, located to the south of Mt. Unebi-yama and close to Kashihara-jingu Shrine.
  195. One of the three lions is a female (in Japanese, "mejishi"), and many local communities have a dance program called "Mejishi Kakushi" where two male lions fight with each other for a female lion.
  196. One of the three old bridges in Japan (Yamazaki-bashi Bridge as YAMAZAKI Taro, Sekita-no-karahashi Bridge as SETA Jiro, and Uji-bashi Bridge as UJI Saburo).
  197. One of the tile kiln remains from this time is the No. 17 kiln of the Muneyoshi roof-tile kiln (in present-day Yoshizu, Mino-cho, Mitoyo City, Kagawa Prefecture).
  198. One of the titles of Noh theatrical play
  199. One of the top 100 beautiful stretches of sandy beaches dotted with pine trees.
  200. One of the tourist routes in Kyoto
  201. One of the traditional ceramic wares of Japan.
  202. One of the trains bound for Nishi-Akashi in the daytime ran up to Kakogawa during the last stage of the JNR, its terminal was changed to Nishi-Akashi when the frequency of Rapid running beyond Nishi-Akashi increased.
  203. One of the triggers of the anti-Japanese movement came from the impending fear that the Japanese administration was trying to ban opium.
  204. One of the twelve people executed for the Kotoku Incident
  205. One of the two Gods was considered to follow the other, so that a direction was presided over by the two Gods for three months in total.
  206. One of the two members could be an imperial appointee.
  207. One of the two routes considered was 'Hirosaki-the bank of Lake Towada-Sanbongi-Tashiro-Aomori' and the other was 'Aomori-Tashiro-Sanbongi-Hachinohe;' the 31st Hirosaki Regiment took on the former and the 5th Aomori Regiment the latter.
  208. One of the two services in each hour makes a mutual connection at Sasayamaguchi Station with a train that goes to Fukuchiyama.
  209. One of the two standing statues of Senju-Kannon that serve as the principle objects of veneration at Hyogo Prefecture's Choko-ji Temple is in the style of those of Sanjusangen-do Temple and it is assumed to have been relocated from the hall.
  210. One of the two was made during the Tang Dynasty, and was endowed to Enchin from his mentor, Hassen.
  211. One of the typical images of Akudaikan is a line, 'You are evil indeed.'
  212. One of the up-and-coming actresses that performed there was Kazuko MORITAKA, who acted under stage name of Machiko SAKURAI, who was also a writer.
  213. One of the variations of the dish is 'omurice,' which features a plain omlette served atop rice.
  214. One of the various functions of ruling.
  215. One of the widely accepted theories in recent years is that Hisamasa was not so incompetent as regarded.
  216. One of the works of a poet/writer, Tomoji ISHIZUKA, published as "Matsukaze" in 1942.
  217. One of the works of a writer, Kazuo OZAKI released as "Matsukaze" in 1971.
  218. One of the world's largest fountains provided on the breakwater (quadruple, 450-meter wide) in front of Symbol green space
  219. One of the world's most famous sacred-flame torches is that used for the Olympic torch relay in which the sacred flame is lit in Greece and carried in relay across many countries to the host country, remaining alight until the closing ceremony.
  220. One of the young men followed the voice in trying to reveal its identity.
  221. One of the younger Nohgakushi and Norito's senior.
  222. One of them changed his name to Iyo HONGO and became the first master of Japanese archery for Shigemasa TOGO, the founder of the Heki-ryu school of archery in Satsuma Province.
  223. One of them is 'Ochogata Shinkosai Festival,' which simulates an Imperial visit by the Emperor of Japan whereby carrying of the otori ren-shaped mikoshi housing the divine spirit is performed.
  224. One of them shall be located in the central region, and one each in the northern and southern regions.
  225. One of them was Naganari ICHIJO whom Tokiwa Gozen, real mother of Yoshitsune remarried.
  226. One of them was Sadakuro's line when he is counting money.
  227. One of them was Yuranosuke OBOSHI.
  228. One of them was a son of Oshisaka no Hikohito no Oe no Miko (Prince Oshisaka no Hikohito no Oe), Tamura no Miko (Emperor Jomei), the other was a son of Shotoku Taishi, Yamashiro no Oe no Okimi (Prince Yamashiro no Oe).
  229. One of them was placed by Norito's son in 1718.
  230. One of them was 玉水俊? (commonly called Ankoku-ji after a Temple of the same name), a buddhist monk of the Soto sect of Zen, and the other was Hiroshi FUKUMA, a man from the same village known for his genius.
  231. One of them, "Mount Oe Shuten Doji", made by Daiei Kyoto in 1960, was a blockbuster movie starring most of the Daiei stars of the time.
  232. One of them, Iemori UEMURA, the 13th lord of the domain, rendered distinguished services in defense of the seas around Osaka, suppression of Tenchu-gumi Incident, etc., as well as serving as a guard in Kyoto.
  233. One of them, Kugyo, became the head (betto) of Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu Shrine.
  234. One of them, MINAMOTO no Yoritomo, from near the end of June started to call to bushi groups in Sagami, Izu and Musashi that were traditionally vassals of the Kawachi-Genji (Minamoto clan), and attacked and killed Kanetaka YAMAKI, who lived in Izu, on August 17.
  235. One of them, however, was able to flee into the Hokuriku region and was helped by MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka.
  236. One of theories is that Tanto which was one of Musashi-shichito Parties active in the Kamakura period came from the Tajihi clan.
  237. One of these builders, Naomasa HORI who was in charge of construction, put in such great effort that a wooden statue of him is enshrined in the Kaisan-do hall (Founder's hall).
  238. One of these caves is enshrined at Iwato-jinja Shrine of Kotai-jingu Shrine (Motoise Naiku Shrine) in Oe-cho (Kyoto Prefecture), Hukuchiyama City, Kyoto Prefecture
  239. One of these documents is a primary historical source but the other is a secondary historical source, written two centuries after the event described.
  240. One of these mineral products was nickel, and one of the corporations most interested in its domestic production was then Nihon Kayaku Kogyo (Nihon Kako) which later became Nippon Yakin Kogyo Co., Ltd.
  241. One of these supporters, Hiromi URASAKI commented that 'Ichikawa was the "super" master who handled the various styles himself' in 'Kinema Junpo' after Ichikawa's death.
  242. One of these theories is as follow: Ieyasu was assassinated in the year following Osaka Natsu no Jin.
  243. One of these universities is the present Tsinghua University in Beijing.
  244. One of these was Okuni IZUMO.
  245. One of these was descended to the Kyushu region, and became Chikuzen Imayo, and later, this began to be called Kuroda-bushi (song of Kuroda).
  246. One of these, Yatsugi-jinja Shrine, was transferred to Sagizuka-ike Pond in Takenouchi-cho (the present Juni-jinja Shrine's land) located about 400m southeast of the original place through an exchange of the shrines' lands.
  247. One of this restored Hinowan's characteristics is that it can be used in automatic dishwashers/dryers.
  248. One of those companies was Senjaku Ame Honpo (Senjaku Candy Co., Ltd.).
  249. One of those yorishiro is the said "Yama" which is made up in the image of real mountains and is called Tsukuriyama (forged mountain) or Kazariyama (mountain for decoration.)
  250. One of three memorial stamps 'the 40th anniversary of the end of the WWII' issued by Dutch State Post Bureau in 1985 shows the picture of Dutch people kneeling down on the ground toward Japanese Imperial Palaceand and the military currency on it.
  251. One of two dried arundinaceous tubes is heated and crushed, and a ring called Seme is inserted into the tube.
  252. One of two highways that traverse the above-mentioned Tokaido region.
  253. One of two possessed by the Tokyo National Museum is 135 centimeters in height, the biggest dotaku in Japan.
  254. One of two statues of the Goddess of Kannon once enshrined as 'Statues of Nikko and Gakko Bosatsu' on the left and the right of the principal image of Yakushi Nyorai.
  255. One of two statues of the Goddess of Kannon once enshrined as 'Statues of Nikko and Gakko Bosatsu') on the left and the right of the principal image of Yakushi Nyorai.
  256. One office each was established for Sakyo and Ukyo.
  257. One onion; Sometimes in the Osaka area, sukiyaki is eaten with onions but without green onions.
  258. One opinion about the origin of 'Shichi-go-san' (a day of prayer for the healthy growth of young children) is that it was started to pray for the health of Tsunayoshi's child, Tokumatsu.
  259. One opinion has it that his action made his father Geni angry, so that he was disowned.
  260. One opinion is that a myoden was an ownership and management unit in the farmer class.
  261. One opinion is that she was Himiko of Yamatai-koku Kingdom, and another view is that a woman who was in the almost same position about the same period as her was enshrined as a goddess after the death.
  262. One or more of following components shall be contained.
  263. One or several tanka appended to a choka is called a hanka.
  264. One or two books are allotted to each of Sanju-rokkasen for their poems.
  265. One other member of the Murakuni clan, namely Oyori's son MURAKUNI no Shigamaro, was also a court official and appears before Komushi in the historical sources; the final mention of Shigamaro is an article in the "Shoku Nihongi" which notes that he was promoted to Jugoinojo (Junior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade) in 731.
  266. One outbound train and two inbound trains of 'Tango' were upgraded to limited express trains, and three new 'Asashio' services were launched.
  267. One outbound-train service of the Express 'Tanba' was cut.
  268. One ox was given per two cho of kanden and used for cultivation.
  269. One passage of 'Proclamation of Conscription': 'A man should devote himself to the nation mentally and physically. The Westerners call it blood tax. This means a man should devote himself to his country with his own blood.'
  270. One passenger died and 70 more suffered minor or serious injuries.
  271. One passes over plague or mad dogs without avoiding them.
  272. One pawn shop/for two villages/a grove in winter
  273. One person
  274. One person each was assigned to the Left and Right Divisions.
  275. One person for Nenshaku (Jugoinoge), one naikan (a government official who resided in Kyoto), one assistant to kokushi (provincial governor), one Sakan (secretary) to kokushi, one Shisho (a person doing miscellaneous duties about documents) were added to the beneficiaries of Ingu kyu, and one nyoshaku was added later on.
  276. One person voluntarily answered as follows:
  277. One person was appointed for each of the Left Division and Right Division.
  278. One person was appointed to each of the posts, and their treatments, including their rank, were set to the same as those at Kazueryo and Shuzeiryo.
  279. One person was appointed to the Daizafu (become 2 people from 814 onwards) and their rank was equivalent to Juhachinoge.
  280. One person was appointed to this post at the beginning, but later the number of personnel was increased to two when the post of extraordinary Konoe no shosho was abolished on June 30, 781.
  281. One person was appointed to this post at the beginning, but the number of personnel was increased later and the post of gonkan was created.
  282. One person was assigned to each of the Left and the Right Divisions.
  283. One person was in charge of totaling the amount of the soyochoyo (labor or alternative goods collected as tax) and soyouchocho (textiles collected as tax) and the calculation of the yodo (supplies), while the other person totaled the soyochoso (rice collected as tax).
  284. One person was originally appointed as To-ji Choja, but the number of To-ji Choja was increased to two in 843, three in 895 and four in 969.
  285. One person/ea.
  286. One picture shows that Mizoguchi, who liked to see from the position as close to the camera as possible, sat on the zabuton (Japanese floor cushion) placed on top of a ladder as if on horseback.
  287. One piece of Hyakuman-to Tower was formed in two parts, a pagoda and a Sorin (metal pinnacle on the top of pagodas), and the inside of the pagoda was structured to store a Darani.
  288. One piece of Nigiri-zushi is called 'one kan' at present, and a Chinese character, '貫,' is often used.
  289. One piece of cloth serves as both fundoshi and haramaki (a bellyband).
  290. One piece of her poetry was included in "Kokin Wakashu" (A Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry (poem number: 930)).
  291. One poem each from Azumauta and Sakimoriuta are shown as follows.
  292. One poem is included in A Formulary for Verse Based on the Canons of Poetry, "Kakyo Hyoshiki".
  293. One poem of hers is included in 'Manyoshu' (the oldest anthology of tanka) and the Horyu-ji Temple has 'Tachibana Fujin Zushi' which is said to have belonged to Michiyo.
  294. One point different from Tang was that Sakan was supposed to read the draft orally (dokushin kobun) when seeking the approval of Kami.
  295. One point is that many soldiers of the Akechi army were reinforcements sent by Nobunaga and he was their lord to the very end.
  296. One point of view holds that the custom of shukun oshikome (shutting away/neutralizing one's lord) often seen among the warrior society in the Kamakura period is another type of gekokujo.
  297. One portion of his work was designated a National Treasure.
  298. One position called taisui (general) was established, responsible for monitoring the northern states of Yamatai.
  299. One possibility is Mumon-ginsen coin (Japan's oldest private silver coinage) and another one is the Fuhon-sen coin.
  300. One possibility is that he was dispatched to Mutsu to pacify the unrest provoked by the Gangyo War, which was in the process of being put down and returning to normal.
  301. One possible reason that Kiyomori entrusted Yorimori with important tasks is the existence of Princess Akiko.
  302. One prison shall be located in the same area as each of the district courts, and one prison on one of the islands, and the governor of them shall be Japanese.
  303. One problem with this argument is that, although Kyoto means capital, the term capital mainly came to be used after the Second World War, and is not defined or specified by any laws or ordinances.
  304. One process of making dried noodles is to mix flour with salt and water, knead it well, add cooking oil such as cotton oil, flour, or starch, stretch the mixture while twisting it, and dry it until mature.
  305. One publication that does directly mention the mining pollution many times is "History of 100 Years of Business from Foundation" published by Furukawa Co., Ltd. (1976)
  306. One purpose of the shrine merger was to reduce the total number of shrines and concentrate expenses to furnish the remaining shrines with facilities and properties that exceeded a certain standard.
  307. One reason behind this is the fact that it is often difficult to see the comic work itself due to the insufficiency of comic database because comics have been disposed of after reading in the past.
  308. One reason behind this was that sumo wrestlers who came from Osaka were disliked because Kyugoro JINMAKU was in Osaka.
  309. One reason for not joining in is that there was a requirement of setting up automatic ticket machines at all stations.
  310. One reason for the betrayal by many warriors was that even though Kikuchi's side led a large force allied with almost all the powerful clans in Kyushu, most of them regarded the Southern Court side as superior and sided with Taketoshi KIKUCHI.
  311. One reason for this is the historical situation that a Shinkansen line was originally constructed as a new railway line additional to the regular railway line having been operated in parallel with it, and another reason is to avoid fare calculation from becoming complicated.
  312. One reason for this theory is that Todo's long-handled sword (naginata) was inscribed with the signature of the Todo family's in-house swordsmith, Kazusa no suke Kaneshige (according to "Aizu-hancho Shinsengumi goikko katana kai hikae").
  313. One reason is because Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI allowed the restoration of Sanmon (Enryaku-ji Temple) in 1584.
  314. One reason was that the line had the above-mentioned ground crossings with these trams (both of them were operated at 600V).
  315. One reason was that, thanks to his Choshu connections, he had become a millionaire at a young age.
  316. One record claimed that the amount included 300 thousand kanmon (300 million coins) of Torigoe-sen and 200 thousand kanmon (200 million coins) of Kutsunoya-sen.
  317. One record states that during the time Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI was the lord of Nagahama-jo Castle (Omi Province), Shigekatsu, who served directly under Hideyoshi, was outstanding as kihoroshu and then moved up to ohoroshu.
  318. One reliable record was the one found in "Record of the Tea Ceremony at Tennojiya," that recorded a chakai (tea party) held by Sotatsu TSUDA in October 5, 1564, and it is known that this was the first time a natsume was used as a tea utensil, much later than other wooden cha-ki (See the item for usucha-ki.)
  319. One rice ball has one topping.
  320. One round lasts two minutes, and bouts are 12 rounds in world-championship tournaments for professional players.
  321. One round-trip service running in the section between Osaka Station and Fukuchiyama Station was added to the operation of the Semi Express 'Tanba,' thus creating a three-round-trip service system.
  322. One round-trip train service arriving at and departing from Toyooka Station (Hyogo Prefecture) via Wadayama Station was added to the operation of the Semi Express 'Tanba.'
  323. One school calls it the hidden sword technique, and the school practices attacking stealthily, attacking mainly the vital parts of the body such as the neck, throat, chest, the pit of the stomach, and the backbone (spinal cord).
  324. One school of thought holds that after the Battle of Yamazaki, she had relied on Motochika CHOSOKABE, her uncle by marriage, for help, and had spent some time at Oko-jo Castle in Tosa province (modern-day Kochi Pref.).
  325. One scoops small gold fish.
  326. One score is required to ride the horse again after falling.
  327. One scroll
  328. One section - 200 yen (child: 100 yen)
  329. One section is 'Kumano Kiko' (Travel to Kumano) of 30 waka (Japanese poetry) with relatively long kotobagaki (preface); and the other is 'Totomi Kiko' (Travel to Totomi) of 50 waka with short kotobagaki; and a section of 43 miscellaneous poems in the middle of these two sections.
  330. One section of MINAMOTO no Ienaga's diary, a written section of the Kamakura-period poet Ienaga's diary of reflections and methods.
  331. One section of pocket papers (12 sheets) used in the waka party on Tanabata (the star festival on the seventh day of the seventh month) in the second year of the Shochu era (in the Kamakura period, about 1325).
  332. One section of pocket papers (24 sheets) used in the waka party on Tanabata in the second year of the Gentoku era (in the Kamakura period, about 1330).
  333. One section of the Egyo Collection (transcribed by Teika), a written section of the house poetry anthology of Egyo, the Heian-period poet-monk.
  334. One section of the Gosen wakashu, or Later Selected Waka Anthology (written by Teika himself).
  335. One section of the Goshui wakasho written by FUJIWARA no Tameie.
  336. One section of the Goshui wakasho, Later Gleanings of Selected Waka, dating to the Kamakura period.
  337. One section of the Manyoshu, volume 18 (the Kanazawa Bunko (library) manuscript).
  338. One section of the Nakafumi Collection (transcribed by FUJIWARA no Teika), a written section of the house poetry anthology of FUJIWARA no Nakafumi, one of the Thirty-Six Immortal Poets.
  339. One section of the Renchusho, a Kamakura-period transcription of the book on ancient customs originally written by the Heian-period poet FUJIWARA no Suketaka.
  340. One section of the Shin kokinshu (the Oki manuscripts), a Kamakura-period transcription.
  341. One section of the Sosei Collection (the "iroshi" or "colored paper" version), a late Heian-period transcription of Sosei's personal house poetry anthology that was written on variously colored ornamental writing paper.
  342. One section of the Sosei Collection (the "toshi" or "Chinese paper" version), a late Heian-period transcription of Sosei's personal house poetry anthology that was written on variously colored ornamental writing paper.
  343. One section of the Suo no naishi anthology, written by FUJIWARA no Toshinari.
  344. One section of the Tokiakira Collection, an anthology of poems exchanged between Tokiakira, Heian-period Governor of Sanuki Province, and his ladies-in-waiting.
  345. One section of the Waka shogakusho (Selected waka for beginners) written by FUJIWARA no Tameie.
  346. One section of the Zanshu, a Kamakura-period transcription of the poetry anthology by the poet Saigyo.
  347. One section of the catalog of anthologies (written by Teika), a catalog, in Teika's own hand, of the poetry anthologies he had personally transcribed or revised.
  348. One section, a transcription (whose preface and colophon only were written by Teika) of the Sanmokuki kashu, the house poetry anthology of the Heian-period poet MINAMOTO no Toshiyori.
  349. One set consists of 12 boards in total: three boards each with a picture of a plant on the front and a number, one, two, or three, on the reverse side (one board each with a picture of a star or moon at the edge, or no picture), and three boards for a guest.
  350. One set of gilt copper mikkyo hogu (The Buddhist instruments of esoteric Buddhism) (Designated in 2004 as an important cultural property)
  351. One set of sekko is constituted by ten stone monuments, however, they were carelessly excavated and, therefore, their order is not clear and it is determined that the present order is correct through the interpretation of the poems.
  352. One shall not be allowed to engage in a private battle.
  353. One shall not be allowed to escape from the group.
  354. One shall not handle cases at one's own direction.
  355. One shall not raise money at one's own discretion.
  356. One shell which flew to Honmaru landed near Yodo-dono and smashed the body of a maid making Yodo-dono afraid.
  357. One shooter has a few hinawaju and assistants and while the shooter is shooting, the assistants load them and thus it becomes possible to shoot serially and faster.
  358. One shosakan (equivalent to Daihatsuinojo [Greater Initial Rank, Upper Grade])
  359. One should get off at either JR Kamiyamaguchi Station or Yamaguchi Red Cross Hospital Bus Station.
  360. One should know that changing the style goes against the climate and the land.'
  361. One should not act against the ways of a samurai.
  362. One should note, however, that in this period communities at nearly all levels of the hierarchy were allowed to execute military and police powers and judicial power based on their right of jikendan (ruling and judging).
  363. One should remember the impact of European culture, which had occurred through trade with Spain and Portugal since the arrival in Japan of Francisco Xavier in 1549.
  364. One side has Shinogi-zukuri (ridged style), and the other Hira-zukuri (no ridge style).
  365. One side of kogai is a handle (which looks like an ear pick) and the other side gradually tapers off to a point.
  366. One side of the basin is limited by a fault, and the Katsura-gawa River (Yodo-gawa River system) traverses the central part of the basin, but, since the ground of the southern part where the urban area is located is comparatively low, the urban area of Kameoka City is flooded easily when the river water increases.
  367. One sign was to wed his princess, Imperial Princess Masako to Otomo, but the most significant was when he abdicated the throne to Otomo in 824, he declined the position of Retired Emperor even if it was a position automatically assumed to be taken up by the abdicating emperor.
  368. One simple burial facility in the constricted spot.
  369. One snowy day, at the end of the year, Kaoru visits Uji and sees Oigimi (oldest sister).
  370. One snowy night, Genji, who gave up Asagao, thought back to the past and told Murasaki no ue about the women with whom he had had relationships with so far, comforting her.
  371. One social function of Chonin was to rent nagaya (a row house) to tanako (tenant) for a small tanachin (rent.)
  372. One sokantotachi (an iron sword with a ring pommel)
  373. One soldier is killed and four wounded in the fighting.
  374. One sometimes calls Kashihara City, "Ymatokashihara" instead of just "Kashihara" in conversations like phone conversations, for other parties not to mix up with Kashiwara City, located in Osaka Prefecture.
  375. One souvenir is confectionery created using the black soybean.
  376. One staging shows a quick change of clothes for the two roles of Giheiji and Tokube and this is a kabuki specific staging where an actor who died awfully appears as a beautiful figure at curtainfall.
  377. One station: Rokujizo Station
  378. One story has it that Yuson SHUNDO was also the origin of this school's performances and Jukan perfected their Shimogakari (a generic name given to the Konparu school, the Kongo school, and the Kita school) style performance, and afterward, they fully began the Noh activities as a waki-kata family.
  379. One story in "Makuranososhi" (The Pillow Book) has it that Sei Shonagon was allowed not to make poems when she started to work at the Imperial Court, as she said she did not want to make any poems because her poems might bring shame on her father, and this story tells that Motosuke was such a great poet.
  380. One story is that his real mother was the daughter of Korenori ASO.
  381. One story left behind is that he was libidinous, and according to the "Konjaku monogatari" (Tales of Now and Then), upon hearing rumors of Kita no kata, the wife of uncle FUJIWARA no Kunitsune, and a granddaughter of ARIWARA no Narihira, he went to her house and, in between bouts of drinking, made her his wife.
  382. One stroke of the Japanese drum sounds whenever the scene is ended, so it is an important element that leads the entire music.
  383. One style of kofun (ancient Japanese burial mounds) is called 'Kamadozuka' (furnace mound) or 'Yokoanashiki mokushin nendoshitsu' (horizontal wood-core clay chamber) and some examples of this style show traces that cremation had been practiced there.
  384. One style of this type of bowl is known as 'Kyogen-Bakama', whose inlayed rounded pattern resembles that of kyogen performers' suikan-bakama (pleated skirt-like garments).
  385. One such bushi, the feudal retainer of the Saga clan Tsunetomo YAMAMOTO talked on this and the contents were edited in the description called 'bushido' in "Hagakure" (the book of Bushido), but they did not spread in the society of bushi.
  386. One such feature is Mountain Buddhism.
  387. One such means of 'goso' was the 'shinboku-doza' (moving of the sacred tree), in which the monks went up to Kyoto under the authority of the Sakaki tree (shinboku (sacred tree)) into which a divine spirit of Kasuga-taisha Shrine was infused.
  388. One such merchant is Ryoi SUMINOKURA in Arashiyama, who had a close connection with the Tokugawa shogunate and built rivers or canals in various areas.
  389. One suffers poisoning.
  390. One suggestion is that he was from the Northern House of the Fujiwara clan, FUJIWARA no Hidesato house but it is also said that he was a legendary samurai.
  391. One suke (equivalent to Jurokuinojo [Junior Sixth Rank, Upper Grade])
  392. One summer day, Genji invites Yugiri and other young courtiers and ridicules the bad taste and inelegance of Omi no Kimi, a daughter newly discovered by the Palace Minister, and after that he visits Tamakazura's place where pinks (tokonatsu) are blooming in riotous profusion.
  393. One survey has indicated that most of the Japanese at the age of 40 or younger today end up with granny knots.
  394. One symbolic episode is the Hague Secret Emissary Affair, in which Korea tried to exclude Japanese rule by demonstrating its illegitimacy to the international community, but the trial failed and the Korea-Japan relationship deteriorated.
  395. One tang
  396. One target is used (whereas three are used in Yabusame style archery).
  397. One team may be composed of four, people, six people or eight people, that might be a team competition in which a ball with diameter of about 21cm to 24cm was kept in the air by kicking using "footwear," or it might be an individual match in which the person who dropped the ball lost.
  398. One tenth of both of them is 1 shaku.
  399. One that imitated matoba and makiwara targets were generally used, although there were little differences.
  400. One that is nationally well-known is gion shinko, which deifies Gozu Tenno (deity said to be the Indian god Gavagriva).
  401. One that revived in terms of pure historical studies, based on densho (books on the esoterica) and so on (however, even after the Meiji period, it was obscurely inherited in rites and festivals and so on of one or two schools).
  402. One that was built to connect between yagura might be called watari yagura (roofed passage).
  403. One that winds okonomiyaki around a chopstick.
  404. One theory additionally says that this 'foreign enemy' was possibly a descendant of the powerful group that later appeared in Japan.
  405. One theory argues that a portion of the salary of an appointed zuryo was granted, while another theory states that a part of the income from such sources as taxes collected by zuryo was granted.
  406. One theory argues that this custom was conceived by shogunal officials who had learned by bitter experience with Kasuga no Tsubone what can happen when the bond between the Shogun and his wet nurse becomes too strong, and thus was designed to prevent any future incidents of wet nurses using their close relationships with the Shogun to intervene in politics.
  407. One theory asserts that people used the Buddhist terminology 'zangi' (慚愧) because they were ashamed of killing and cooking young chickens.
  408. One theory asserts that the origin is from the Chinese word 'jaji' (which is pronounced zagi or zagai depending on the region).
  409. One theory asserts that the origin is from the Chinese word 'jazuji' (which is pronounced zazugi or zajigai depending on the region).
  410. One theory asserts that the origin is from the Japanese word 'senzanki' (千斬切) (which might be a character with only a phonetic-equivalent since it has no meaning in Chinese).
  411. One theory asserts that the origin is from the Japanese word 'zangiri' (散切り) * because, in the past, people would cut through a chicken bones and all.
  412. One theory asserts that the origin is from the Japanese word 'zangiri' (斬切り) * same as the above, though, with a slightly different Chinese character.
  413. One theory asserts that the people of "be" were privately-owned by the royal family.
  414. One theory asserts that the significance of Kageyushi gradually waned in the middle to late Heian period because official posts increasingly became 'family business,' in other words, a certain post was exclusively inherited by a member of specific family.
  415. One theory asserts that tososan was prescribed by Hua Tuo, a great doctor in the Three Kingdoms period (China).
  416. One theory assumes that, from imperial lineages in "Nihonshoki" (Chronicles of Japan) and other sources, 'San' was Emperor Richu, 'Chin' Emperor Hanzei, 'Sai' Emperor Ingyo, 'Ko' Emperor Anko and 'Bu' Emperor Yuryaku.
  417. One theory becomes popular that around that time, Wakoku began to be conscious that it was another realm of China.
  418. One theory behind this strange phenomenon of sand-throwing is birds flying in the sky and dropping sand that had been stuck on their bodies.
  419. One theory claims it to be the place where the Phyllostachys edulis species of bamboo was first introduced to Japan.
  420. One theory claims it to have been crafted during the late 7th/early 8th century in Japan as it is made from the wood of the camphor trees that are not found on the Korean Peninsula, however, there is another theory.
  421. One theory claims that a sweet alcoholic drink called 'milin' that once existed in China was exported to Japan during the Sengoku Period (Period of Warring States).
  422. One theory claims that the deities were transferred to Tokyo during the relocation of the capital city to Tokyo in first year of the Meiji era and that they are currently enshrined with the deities of the Hasshinden (The Hall of Eight Deities) and with other imperial guardian gods within the sanctuaries of the Kyuchu Sanden (three shrines in the Imperial Palace).
  423. One theory claims that the three deities Amatsuhikone no mikoto, Amenohinatori no mikoto and Mihotsuhime no mikoto are enshrined at Izumo Daijingu Shrine, whereas an alternative theory claims that originally only Mihotsuhime no mikoto was enshrined.
  424. One theory claims this to be the origin of the name 'Shaka-do' (Shaka Hall).
  425. One theory compares these ten with the Three Sacred Treasures of the Imperial Family, so the mirrors represent the Yata no Kagami (mirror), the sword and hire represent the Kusanagi no Tsurugi (sword), and the magadama represent the Yasakani no Magatama.
  426. One theory even claims that this shrine was split from Kamigamo-jinja Shrine during the Tempyo period.
  427. One theory explains that Kowado coins were issued in the early Wado-kaichin currency period and the other theory says that Kowado coins were issued as Shichusen (counterfeit money) or as trial coins before Wado-kaichin was officially issued.
  428. One theory explains that the Emishi had a lot of body hair (毛), which compares with the Ainu, who are hairy in general.
  429. One theory explains that the technique of cultivating millet appearing during the end of the Jomon period was introduced from the continent.
  430. One theory goes as follows.
  431. One theory has it that Emperor Fushimi's Princess Shinshi painted them, but the painter has not yet been identified.
  432. One theory has it that Hideie initiated the attack by the Western Camp in Sekigahara.
  433. One theory has it that Joan was named after 'Joan' or 'Johan,' which was the Christian name of Urakusai ODA, who was the owner of the tea house.
  434. One theory has it that NUKATA no Okimi, a poet of Manyoshu (The Anthology of Myriad Leaves) was said to be a great-great-granddaughter of Emperor Senka.
  435. One theory has it that Naganori's having failed to protect the former mansion of the Kira family caused resentment of Kira, leading to the hostility later)
  436. One theory has it that Prince Shotoku built Horyu-ji Temple in response to the Emperor Yomei's request, who was ill in bed and wished him to do so for attaining recovery from illness.
  437. One theory has it that Shiki no miko was the father of Mikata no Ono, who was deprived of his prince title 'due to a minor offence,' but the theory lacks substantial evidence.
  438. One theory has it that Soen had the Utsunomiya-jo Castle built and the Hoshaku-ji Temple of Tendai-shu Sect built within the castle.
  439. One theory has it that Tarogoro, Hidemitsu's illegitimate son was an ancestor of Ryoma SAKAMOTO who played an active role in the late Edo period.
  440. One theory has it that Yamashiro no Kuni no Miyatsuko (山代国造) in the northern part and Yamashiro no Kuni no Miyatsuko (山背国造) in the southern part coexisted.
  441. One theory has it that Yamatohime no Okimi in fact ascended the throne or undertook shosei (ruling without official accession to the Chrysanthemum Throne) after the Emperor Tenchi died.
  442. One theory has it that although he was set free under an amnesty after the Ieyasu's death, Hideie stayed in Hachijo-jima Island.
  443. One theory has it that he was acclaimed to be like the first Toshi choja (head of the Fujiwara clan) and is known to have edited Kofuku-ji Engi (origin of Kofuku-ji Temple) as head.
  444. One theory has it that he was born in 1559 and therefore, there is a doubt about his birth year.
  445. One theory has it that he was poisoned by Bodhiruci and Kotorisshi, who envied his fame.
  446. One theory has it that his mother was Iwamurodono (Nobuhide's last concubine).
  447. One theory has it that it is the jinushigami (god of an area of land) of Yamato Province, due to its shinmei (name of god).
  448. One theory has it that items including animal body parts are more prone to transmuting into tsukumogami.
  449. One theory has it that one of the consequences of the Ishiyama War was to delay Nobunaga's eventual domination of the country by 10 years.
  450. One theory has it that she married the Emperor Monmu ("Yomi no Okimi," Takeshi UMEHARA), but the truth is unknown.
  451. One theory has it that she was introduced to Kagekatsu by a merchant who visited the Uesugi family, and became his concubine in Kyoto, although there is no historical material revealing details, thus how she became a concubine is yet unknown.
  452. One theory has it that the Chayazome technique developed into the invention of Yuzen.
  453. One theory has it that the Hakata Gion Yamakasa Festival originated from the fact that people walked in procession, carrying a segakidana (a rack on which foods are offered during a service for the benefit of suffering spirits).
  454. One theory has it that the Nyubachibo scares people by making a loud sound.
  455. One theory has it that the story of Osei-chu has its origin in China and that the Japanese Osei-chu was created based on translation and dramatization of the Chinese original.
  456. One theory has it that the sweet called "yatsuhashi" were named after Kengyo Yatsuhashi.
  457. One theory has it that these legends of spider monsters came from a folk belief that old spiders would acquire mysterious powers.
  458. One theory has it the first casting of Keicho Kin (Keicho gold) was the same time when gin-za (literally, silver za, or silver mint) was built and the casting of Keicho Gin started, establishing currency system in 1601, the other has it the casting had already started in 1600.
  459. One theory has its origin in Kyoto, but the detailed process and place are still unknown.
  460. One theory held in Japan that it had been used for embroidery and shaped resist dyeing on Emperors' clothes, and thought to be a family crest with the highest social status after 'Kikuka-monsho' since the time of Emperor Saga.
  461. One theory holds that Doto went to Tang Dynasty China and studied the Sanron sect under Kajo Daishi Kichizo.
  462. One theory holds that Ieyasu TOKUGAWA ordered to kill Nobukimi, but after the incident, Ieyasu had Nobukimi's legitimate son Nobuharu take over as the head of the family, and besides, treated Nobukimi's wife Kenshoin with respect.
  463. One theory holds that Jien wrote this book in order to convince the retired Emperor Gotoba to give up his plan to attack the shogunate.
  464. One theory holds that Tsubone's direct petition to Ieyasu was rejected, and it was only after Ieyasu visited Edo-jo Castle and saw the way Eyo (the brothers' mother) was doting upon the younger brother that he reconsidered.
  465. One theory holds that he is the same deity as Shoho Shichiro who accompanied Dogen in hiding, swearing to visit Japan to uphold the Dharma, when he returned home from Tang in 1277.
  466. One theory holds that it originated as food used at the time of an uprising of Ikko sect followers, although this is not certain.
  467. One theory holds that it was written by Kojiro Nobumitsu KANZE.
  468. One theory holds that the author must have been a Buddhist priest who was close to Masakado, because the author gave a very detailed account of TAIRA no Masakado's Rebellion and because both the general worldview expressed and certain specific episodes reveal a Buddhist perspective.
  469. One theory holds that the beauty of wakyu is due to the golden ratio that exists between the distance from the top of the bow to where the arrow is cocked and the distance from where the arrow is cocked to the bottom of the bow.
  470. One theory holds that the reason Yoshitomo moved to Togoku from Kinai (area near Kyoto that includes Kawachi Province as the base of the Kawachi-Genji (Minamoto clan)) is that relations were cut by his father Tameyoshi and he was disinherited.
  471. One theory holds that they had the family name of Mikuni, and its origin is not clear.
  472. One theory holds that this invites Toshigami-sama (Toshitokujin) home from the mountains.
  473. One theory holds that, because the "Kojidan" is thought to be the direct source for one of its tales, the Shuishu must have been compiled sometime during the Kenryaku era (1211-1212).
  474. One theory is found in "Shotoku Taishi denshiki" (the Private Recollections on the Life of Prince Shotoku) (written by Kenshin in 1238), and according to it, Prince Yamashiro no oe, son of Prince Shotoku, built the temple in 622 to pray for his father's recovery from an illness.
  475. One theory is that 'Achime' refers to 'Azumi no Isora,' a male god, and 'Oh, Oh, Oh' is Azumi no Isora's response (in Taiheiki [The Record of the Great Peace] and others).
  476. One theory is that 'Kumo,' 'Kumi,' or 'Kuni' used in his name means 'seclude,' or 'assemble,' symbolizing the way something drifting like floating grease gradually sticks together.
  477. One theory is that 'chigusa' (a cogon-grass) was corrupted into 'chikasa.'
  478. One theory is that Kikugoro the Sixth was the real father both of Baiko and of Baiko's brother, Shin TOKUDAIJI.
  479. One theory is that Monkan who was from Shingon sect Ono school and communicated with Enkan perfected the Shingon Tachikawa School.
  480. One theory is that due to the great efforts by SAKANOUE no Tamuramaro, major opposing powers within Emishi were removed, which produced many subordinate groups, the rapid increase of which was a threat to order in certain places.
  481. One theory is that he provoked Hideyoshi's wrath when it became known that the Luzon pots which he had presented to him were not of great value but were in fact commonly available.
  482. One theory is that he was also the target of coups together with Iruka at Isshi no hen.
  483. One theory is that he was shot to death in the Battle of Toba-Fushimi and was buried on land.
  484. One theory is that it was named as 'vertical type' because this grinding stone is arranged vertically.
  485. One theory is that it was named giboshi (literally, imitated hoju) because it was made in imitation of hoju.
  486. One theory is that its history started when the 12th lord of the Tosa Domain, Toyosuke YAMAUCHI, was served this appetizer in Tosashimizu and he named it Shuto, but this story lacks credibility as Toyosuke was born in 1794.
  487. One theory is that soldiers were said to be from Tomokuyu and in another theory the soldiers are from the whole Mino Province, but with either theory, it is certain that Tomokuyu of Ahachimanokoori raised the army first.
  488. One theory is that the imperial court gave the surname of 'Uzumasa' with kanji characters meaning silk cloth, to the powerful Hata clan, who were immigrants, due to the silk clothes they used to pay as taxes to the Yamato Dynasty piling up in great heap.
  489. One theory is that this was the assassination by YUAN Shikai who resented YAMAZA supporting Sun Yat-sen.
  490. One theory is that tofu is connected with Prince Liu An of Huainan in the former Han period of the second century B.C., and that it was introduced from mainland China.
  491. One theory is the leading one; that the major chain stores TOKUGAWA (okonomiyaki chain store), located in Hiroshima and sold mainly Kansaifu-okonomiyaki, used mayonnaise around 1960.
  492. One theory of studies of the constitution insisted that constitutional amendments which aim to modify the basic principles (national polity) of the constitution was legally impossible (the theory of limitation of constitutional amendment).
  493. One theory points out the similarity between the highest-ranking deity of Sumer, Marduk, and Taishakuten Indra, and the pattern of Ashura and Taishakuten is exactly the same as the one of Ashur and Marduk.
  494. One theory proposes that Kagayaku Hinomiya didn't originally exist.
  495. One theory puts it as one of Japan's three great gates.
  496. One theory relates the word with the Buddhist term 'Zenzai' (the kanji characters of which can also be pronounced as yokikana, meaning "good things.").
  497. One theory said he was born in 727.
  498. One theory said that he was a blind biwa-playing minstrel, but another said that he was not blind, just a beggar.
  499. One theory says he died on June 19, but another theory says it was June 21.
  500. One theory says he was a child of MINAMOTO no Yorinori, younger brother of Yorimitsu.
  501. One theory says it was plotted by the side of Yoshitsugu OTANI, the lord of Tsuruga-jo Castle.
  502. One theory says that "Geidai" (the title of the performance) was shortened into "Gedai," and the other theory says that "Gedai" has its origin in the short and main title written on the outer part of the picture scroll, which was called "Gedai" from ancient times to the medieval age.
  503. One theory says that "Tokitsugu Kyoki," which was compiled in 1569 when Nobunaga conquered Mino Province, could show that Nohime (Kicho) was alive, because there is an entry in the diary that says that she was 'the lawful wife of Nobunaga' of the Saito family.
  504. One theory says that '孚弟王 (Oto no kimi ?)' inscribed on Suda Hachiman Shrine Mirror in Sudahachiman-jinja Shrine (Hashimoto City, Wakayama Prefecture) (there are two theories about its year of creatoin: 443 and 503) indicates Emperor Keitai (details of this theory will be mentioned later in 'Heresy').
  505. One theory says that Rokujo no Miya was the earliest Miyake, but in present academic societies, most deny this theory.
  506. One theory says that Tokuitsu was the son of FUJIWARA no Nakamaro (or EMI no Oshikatsu (706 ? 764)) but it is doubtful.
  507. One theory says that he had an conflict with Kamo SERIZAWA who ordered Aijiro to hand over his lover, Aguri, as Kamo's mistress.
  508. One theory says that he was adopted by his older brother MINAMOTO no Yoritsuna (according to "Sonpi Bunmyaku" [a text compiled in the fourteenth century that records the lineages of the aristocracy]).
  509. One theory says that he was born in 1451.
  510. One theory says that he was from the Miyake clan who had been originally from China or Korea, and the other says that he was an Imperial descendant.
  511. One theory says that he was the author of "TAIRA no Masatsura isamegusa" (Remonstration by TAIRA no Masatsura) written in 1308 and addressed to Uchi-Kanrei (head of the Tokuso Family) Munetsuka NAGASAKI of the Tokuso Family of the Hojo clan, but this is not confirmed.
  512. One theory says that it was a huge ship of 139 cubic meters in loading capacity with 21.8 to 23.6m in length and 12.7m in width, equipped with three ozutsu (Japanese artilleries) and many odeppo (big guns) and the surface of the body was tacked with iron plates 3mm in thickness.
  513. One theory says that onigiri and omusubi are different both in word origin and shapes.
  514. One theory says that originally the Chotei (Imperial Court) conducted hohei (offering a wand with hemp and paper streamers to a Shinto god) at the three shrines, namely Ise Jingu Shrine, Iwashimizu Hachiman-gu Shrine, and Kamo-jinja Shrine, which has spread to the general public as a custom to visit three shrines.
  515. One theory says that the adjective 'meboshii' (notable, distinguishable) comes from this.
  516. One theory says that the conservatives scornfully called the reformers Tengu because 'parvenus got carried away and became like a Tengu.'
  517. One theory says that the reason why Gi was replaced by Hane was that the martial art, dance or game of kicking a laced or fletched weight was imported from China, and was blended together with Gi-Cho in Japan, and then present-day Hanetsuki was formed.
  518. One theory says that the tail is likely to become longer and narrower as going farther toward east, short in Kansai (regions including Kyoto, Osaka and Kobe) and curved in western regions.
  519. One theory says that when Nobutora faced Katsuyori, he suddenly drew his sword in front of a group of his retainers.
  520. One theory shows that Ashura was exiled because this story spreaded in Tenbu.
  521. One theory shows that the name, Sugoroku was derived from '雙六' or '双六', literary double sixes, because in the Sugoroku game, the maximum numbers on the two dices, which were used in the game, controls the situation.('雙' and '双' have the same meaning, double).
  522. One theory stated that he was a practitioner of Hakusan Shugendo (Japanese mountain asceticism-shamanism incorporating Shinto and Buddhist concepts).
  523. One theory states that 'mara' comes from 'me-ura' meaning 'one-eyed,' a reference to the practice of blacksmiths closing one eye in order to check the iron's temperature from its color (or to an occupational hazard of blacksmiths).
  524. One theory states that Amenosagume, who incited Amenowakahiko, is the origin of the word 'amanjaku' (perverseness, contrariness); another theory, on the other hand, states that Amenowakahiko is the origin of 'amanjaku' because the first two characters of his name can be read as 'amanojaku.'
  525. One theory states that Furuhito no Oe no Miko's statement "Karahito killed Kuratsukuri (Iruka)"('韓人殺鞍作臣') which he gave when he escaped after the assassination of SOGA no Iruka implies that Karahito indicates SOGANOKURA-YAMADA no Ishikawamaro since his ancestor had shared the name Karahito.
  526. One theory states that Hoitsu misunderstood 'Waves at Matsushima' to be a picture of pine trees and an island, and thus wasn't interested in the motif.
  527. One theory states that Katsuretsu-an, which was established on Yokohama Bashamichi in 1924, started the dish.
  528. One theory states that Ryomen-sukuna is a symbol of twins and brothers, therefore it refers to Oousu no Mikoto and Ousu no Mikoto (i.e. Yamato Takeru no Mikoto and his brother), twins in ancient Japanese history.
  529. One theory states that Tokitsuna was a younger brother of Yoshitaka and was actually Yoshio SHIONOYA, called Magoshito OTSUHATA, who fought with Harutomo YUKI and died (they both died in 1559), and that Fuyutsuna was Takanobu and Michitsuna was Yoshimichi.
  530. One theory states that he was exiled to there.
  531. One theory states that his name does not include the honorific title of 'kami,' 'mikoto' or 'takeru' because 'wakahiko' is a common noun and not a divine name.
  532. One theory states that it came from the description of "Yakushikyo sutra" as described above.
  533. One theory states that the Tomotsuna family who were under Yoritomo's direct supervision did not take action immediately on the decision by the Imperial Court, and in fact did not go to the place of banishment in accordance with Yoritomo's intentions.
  534. One theory states that the author defended Emperor Gohorikawa, who was helped to the throne by the Kamakura bakufu, and his father, Gotakakurain (Imperial Prince Morisada), who was placed in the cloister government without being Emperor.
  535. One theory states that the legendary strategist Kansuke YAMAMOTO was in charge of nawabari (castle plan; general term for the layout of a castle and its component structures).
  536. One theory states that the purpose of this crime is to usurp other people's fields by setting up stakes at harvest time.
  537. One theory states that the reason of counting this disease as one of Kunitsu tsumi is found in "Yakushikyo Sutra;" when Yakushi Nyorai performed Bosatsu gyo, it made twelve great vows and the sixth vow declared that every human disease would be healed by hearing the name of Yakushi Nyorai.
  538. One theory states that the term "kannabi" is derived from "kannarabi"(神並び) meaning a deity is enshrined; another states that "nabi" means to hide, therefore kannabi means a place where a deity is hiding.
  539. One theory states that there was a conflict between Asano Takumi no Kami and Kira Kozuke no Suke over the process of making and marketing salt which was produced in their territories.
  540. One theory states that there were over 200,000 Boxers in Beijing.
  541. One theory states that these eight generations are fictional added after ages, but another theory states that they existed.
  542. One theory states they fought against the armies of Hideie UKITA and Yukinaga KONISHI.
  543. One theory states, therefore, that 'crawling insects' refers to those listed following 'poisonous snakes' in this description.
  544. One theory suggests that Honji was a father of O no Yasumaro.
  545. One theory was advocated by Taro MIKI, a professor of Komazawa University.
  546. One thesis asserts that kansen represents a blood vessel and/or blood since a life (a soul) dwells in juzu.
  547. One thing for certain, is that Ieyasu chose Suruga as his place for retirement even though he had supposedly been living a submissive life during his days living there as a child.
  548. One thing that is certain is that they were the head of Akuto (a villain in the medieval times) in Kawachi (or some view that they were descended from the Hata clan)
  549. One thing that should not be ignored at the same time is that, behind this incident, there could be a conflict between the shogun trying to strengthen a tyrannical control and his trusted vassals and the senior vassals in the togoku (the eastern part of Japan, particularly Kanto region) existed.
  550. One thins we have to note is that such newly created words settled down in China as they were.
  551. One time I spit bloody sputum on a wall and watched as it ran down.
  552. One time when I spit bloody sputum on a wall, it ran down the wall.)
  553. One time while he was giving a lesson, Iemochi suddenly poured water used for Chinese ink over Yasukiyo's head, laughed while he clapped his hands and left the lesson saying, 'Let's do the rest tomorrow.'
  554. One time, FUJIWARA no Michinaga's beloved dog tried to stop his master from going outside.
  555. One time, Kujiko found an auspicious place in the mountains, and wanted to build a Shoja (a hall where priests practice asceticism, like a temple) to install a Buddhist stature in.
  556. One time, Seimei saw a crow dropping its excrements on a major general who was also a keeper of Imperial archives, he saw through that the crow was really a Shikishin, and he removed the curse that was put on the major general.
  557. One time, a preliminary sketch of Danjuro the ninth drawn by Kunichika, which was to be used for printing woodcuts, was lost when he had Danjuro check the sketch.
  558. One time, his children took poison and were suffering while the excellent physician was away.
  559. One to four persons were appointed for each of the Left Division and the Right Division.
  560. One to several main branches (stems) extend from stolons, and twigs and leaves sprout from main branches.
  561. One to three scenes were chosen from each chapter and pictorialized, to which 'Kotobagaki' (notes) are attached copying texts of the story that correspond the pictures.
  562. One to two ladlefuls of syrup is poured on top.
  563. One tofu peddler in the early Meiji period, who noticed that a bugle blown by a coachman on a stagecoach or a horse-drawn streetcar for safety 'sounded "tofu,"' took up the practice of blowing a bugle too.
  564. One tokkuri is counted as 'ippon' in Japanese; there are other counters for counting tokkuri: 'Hitosage or Iccho' for hanging it from one's shoulder ('Isshi' is rarely used).
  565. One town and nine villages in Kadono district were combined to form Ukyo Ward, which then merged into Kyoto City.
  566. One tradition about her selection as wet nurse to the Tokugawa family holds that the governor-general of Kyoto, Katsushige ITAKURA, posted a general public advertisement about the open position, and it was in response to this that she was selected.
  567. One transparent gilt bronze fitting
  568. One type is the 'mijikate' (short claps) of three or less hand claps, such as the 'nihai-nihakushu-ippai' (The greeting of Shintoism which performs a bow twice first, then applauds twice, and finally bows once) generally employed when people visit shrines today.
  569. One type is where customers take an ordinary taxi from home to a certain place and transfer to a full-size taxi and go to the airport with other passengers.
  570. One type of Hoshigaki called anpogaki, is fumigated by sulfur and remains soft and juicy even after drying.
  571. One type of crest called Umebachi was inspired by the spiral pattern of petals which resembles drumsticks (bachi in Japanese).
  572. One typical example is the Omiwa-jinja shrine of mount Miwayama, and even smaller shrines located at the foot of shintai mountains (mountains regarded as kami-body) that often maintain iwakura (dwelling place of a god on top, usually a large rock) or shinboku (sacred tree.)
  573. One underpass leads to the basement foodstuffs department.
  574. One urban legends is "hikyaku no fundoshi" (literally, a fundoshi loincloth of an express messenger).
  575. One variation of Shimadamage (a Japanese hairstyle with a knot for a woman in olden times) has the same name as this.
  576. One variation of the style is called "Daibei-zukuri," which is a house with fences.
  577. One verse of KAKINOMOTO no Hitomaro says, 'Ashihara no Mizuho no kuni does not do Kotoage ritual even if he is a god.'
  578. One version of the story is that Takeuchi monjo had not been destroyed by fire and it was kept in the "United States National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)" or "National Archives of Japan (former, Naikaku Bunko (literally, Cabinet Archives)", but this remains to be confirmed.
  579. One version says that he was appointed to Udaiben in 897 and died of disease on the way back to the capital of Kyo.
  580. One view considers Kansai Kabuki to have collapsed at this point.
  581. One view holds that it was completely lost due to looting by the army of Katsuyori TAKEDA.
  582. One view is that the Go-on (obligation) and Hoko (duty) -based Hoken system was completed with the establishment of the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), and this view has been adopted in most introductory books since prewar periods.
  583. One view is that this golden tea room was one of the aspects of Rikyu's form of tea philosophy.
  584. One view on the end of the Sengoku Period, it was 1576 in which Nobunaga launched at Azuchi and jumped to "tenkabito (the ruler of the country)," and in another view, it was 1590 in which Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI made the Gohojo clan surrender, resulting in the completion of the military activities for the unification of the whole country.
  585. One view says that the Soka Gakkai has become a force through enthusiastic invitation activities, but it has only 8.27 million families nominally and and actual count of only 4 million people.
  586. One view states that because Yoshimoto retired he was made into the head of the family, but because Yoshimoto continued to hold administrative and military leadership the passing down of the family leadership was presumably only in form.
  587. One view states that he became the highest ranked monk by preaching the Three Shastras when people suffered from drought in the summer of that year, whereas others believe it was Emperor Kotoku who offered him the position.
  588. One view states that the Takeda clan and the Nagao clan fought the Battle of Kawanakajima to strengthen centripetal force in their respective clans, against the retainers that might have rebelled internally in their respective clans otherwise.
  589. One viewpoint holds that the reasons behind the rise of this regional trend are that the Kamigata region and Kyoto, the manufacturing center for Japanese-style clothing, are geographically very near, and that the people of the Kansai region is characterized by liking for flashy, showy things, which can be seen even today.
  590. One volume (however, some portions are missing from the top and middle parts of the remaining old manuscript and the one that was compiled in "Zoku Gunsho Ruiju").
  591. One volume from the Imperial poetry contest held in the Kampyo era, transcribed by FUJIWARA no Teika and Tameie.
  592. One volume in total.
  593. One volume of "Kokin koshi inki" (record of ancient and modern times, public and private seal)
  594. One volume of "Tengen" (a book of tenkoku)
  595. One volume of Emperor Gokogon's Imperial letters and personal writings; supplement: one letter by Yoshimoto NIJO in his own hand
  596. One volume of Enchin Nitto Guho mokuroku, one sheet of Nyoirin shichushin Shingonkan, one sheet of Chisho Daishi-zo Zoryuganmon (all contained within the statue of Chisho Daishi)
  597. One volume of FUJIWARA no Teika's draft proposals, written in his own hand
  598. One volume of Ise monogatari (Tales of Ise), a Kamakura-period transcription based on a text written by FUJIWARA no Teika.
  599. One volume of genealogy
  600. One volume of letters of transfer (four in all) written in FUJIWARA no Tameie's own hand
  601. One volume of the Wen Xuan (an early Chinese poetry collection), transcribed in the Kamakura period.
  602. One volume, a Kamakura-period transcription, of the 'Daiki,' FUJIWARA no Yorinaga's diary.
  603. One volume.
  604. One walks in Uho while conjuring up Tamame.
  605. One was 'Ohashi Tayu,' who was active during the middle of the Edo period.
  606. One was FUJIWARA no Tabiko, her father was FUJIWARA no Momokawa who has rendered distinguished service for enthroning Emperor Kanmu, and the other was TABIHI no Takako who had hereditary title of Mahito kabane (the seventh Emperor Senka), both of them were considered as special cases.
  607. One was Kaihaifukigin, private operation based on purchase of cupellated silver from silver mines located in private properties and of silver available in the marketplace to forge Chogin silver for income from part of the revenues.
  608. One was Kitayama culture established at the end of the fourteenth century, and the other was Higashiyama culture at the end of the fifteenth century.
  609. One was Ninshi KUJO, who was a Chugu (second consort of an emperor) and a daughter of Kanezane KUJO and MINAMOTO no Zaishi, who was a Nyogo and a child of previous marriage of FUJIWARA no Noriko (Michichika's concubine) and an adopted daughter of Michichika.
  610. One was a group of people centering on Harunaga ONO, a shukuro (chief vassal of a samurai family) insisting rojo (staying in a castle to fight enemies).
  611. One was a national policy theory advocated by Kowashi INOUE who was one of the editors of the constitution draft ("Shirasu" national polity theory), and another was advocated by Chogyu TAKAYAMA and Tetsujiro INOUE later (National polity based on family orders).
  612. One was at Haruniwa, a biological child of Norinaga, and remaining two were at Ohira, the successor.
  613. One was called 'Edo-ju-hikimawashi' (江戸中引廻), which was to start from Tenma-cho prison, go round the Edo-jo castle and return to the prison, and then the execution was carried out there.
  614. One was called jobun, which was the profit (from nengu (land tax) and kuji (public duties)) generated from land or by farmers, and the other was called shitaji, which was the land under control.
  615. One was caused by FUJIWARA no Sadaie, who completed a text of the 'Aobyoshibon' line; and the other was due to Kawachi School, which completed a text of the 'Kawachibon' line.
  616. One was comparably big and good quality with well-raised letters, and the other was small and bad quality, a private mint coin made in the molds which had originally been used for the 'Eiraku Tsuho coin' but were modified for the 'Keicho Tsuho coin' by changing the letters of 'Eiraku' to 'Keicho.'
  617. One was excavated from Toriibarakitsunezuka Tumulus in Ichikawa Misatocho (former Mitamacho), Nishiyatsushiro district, Yamanashi Prefecture and it has an inscription about counting years of Sekiu Gannen (year 1) Year (in 238).
  618. One was privately compiled and the other was the Tamesada's family collection.
  619. One was promoted following the Seiga family (however, he was promoted to Chunagon (vice-councilor of state) after Sangi, which was not appointed to a member of Sekke and the Seiga family).
  620. One was that Keihan Bus Company charged \10 for the same blocks as Uji Tawara Jidosha charged \15 for.
  621. One was that only the person responsible for nengu and shoyaku was entered.
  622. One was the centralized administrative framework in which an enormously powerful person was at the top such as Nobunaga and Hideyoshi's project to unify the country, what was called 'a vertical control.'
  623. One was the kanno by shoen owners and the other was by local landlords.
  624. One was the rise of takeout bento (so-called Hokaben).
  625. One was to restore the territorial rights for the shoen and the koryo in both the Tokaido and Tosando areas.
  626. One washes oyster with weak salt water.
  627. One way is a semi-order style of selecting one from among several patterns and adding his/her name and so forth; another way is to purchase postcards with pre-printed patterns.
  628. One way is junbu, the mountaineering ascetic practice from Kumano to Yoshino, and the other way is gyakufu, the mountaineering ascetic practice from Yoshino to Kumano, and each of them is managed by a different sect.
  629. One way is that salesclerks sell Ekiben and tea displayed on a wagon or stand which is temporarily set on a platform.
  630. One way is to simply sear it, flavor it with soy sauce, etc, then draw up the body of the shell and eat it.
  631. One way that the above problems can be overcome is by guide organizations becoming non-profit organizations.
  632. One way to lower beer prices was low-malt beer, which had been researched by the breweries.
  633. One week centering around the Spring Equinox or Autumn Equinox (3 days before and after).
  634. One week later, World War II started when Germany invaded Poland, and in response England and France declared war against Germany.
  635. One week to ten days in total after tomezoe of dan-jikomi
  636. One well known variety of hakama is also called the 'sashinuki' and features a cord that is run through the hem and drawn tight.
  637. One well-known example of the latter case of emakimono, split into pieces to be transferred, is the Satake version of "Sanju-roku Kasen Emaki" (illustrated scroll of the thirty-six celebrated poets).
  638. One went from Ise Province to Wa (Yamato Province) to reinforce the troops of OTOMO no Fukei and the other one directly entered Omi Province from Fuwa.
  639. One went to a black world in a lower realm and became the king of Hell.
  640. One which was studied for the purpose of re-enacting martial art characteristics of a region, based on the origin of the unit of gun fighters and so on.
  641. One white string is used for binding.
  642. One who has the ability to examine if the possessing status is done by a high-ranking spirit and a good deity is called "Saniwa."
  643. One whole grilled fish can flavor 2 or 3 cups of sake.
  644. One wife was from one of the regent families, the Takatsukasa family and had their first son, Iehara (Tsunetada's father) and the other wife was a princess of Emperor Kameyama with whom he had a second son Tsunehira KONOE (sadaijin).
  645. One with bad nature always has temperament of big wind, so one's body is restless.'
  646. One with good nature always has temperament of great earth, so one's body is quiet.'
  647. One with the height above sea level 194 m is Atago-yama.
  648. One with the height above sea level 233 m is Atago-san.
  649. One with two kinds of fruit, not only mango, but also strawberries, is also well accepted.
  650. One woman starts to tell the history of the shrine by saying that the arrow is the goshintai (the God or God's body).
  651. One would feel more inspired than appalled by his attachment to imayo.
  652. One year after the proclamation of the constitution, the Imperial Diet session was opened, and Japan became a constitutional monarchy both in name and reality through the establishment of the party government in and after the Taisho Democracy.
  653. One year after the resignation of Sawayanagi, Torasaburo ARAKI, a professor of the Medical Department, was selected as the president of Kyoto Imperial University, and since then successive presidents were selected from among professors.
  654. One year after the selection, the information on the fashion color is provided to the fashion industry or publishing companies.
  655. One year earlier, the chief minister, Toshiie MAEDA who had belonged to the TOYOTOMI faction and been ranked with Ieyasu, died from an illness, and the anti-Ieyasu faction including Mitsunari ISHIDA, one of the five commissioners (administrative organ of feudal Japan established by Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI), fell from power.
  656. One year later Momosuke got married to the second daughter of Yukichi, Fusa, for political reasons.
  657. One year later, Sakugoro HIRASE was transferred out to Hikone-higashi Prefectural High School of Shiga and had to abandon his research once, having a hard time.
  658. One year later, thanks to mediation by Ieyasu, the misunderstandings with Hideyoshi were cleared up and he could return to Kyoto, but Ieyasu and Hideyoshi fought fiercely each other in the Komaki-Nagakute War in 1584, and Sakihisa's position became shaky again and hid himself in Nara.
  659. One yen
  660. One zoospore is transformed into one gametophyte, which is provided with either the male feature or the female feature.
  661. One, who turned out to be Narimasa SASSA, kills Hideyoshi.
  662. One-Six
  663. One-day card usable for City buses alone
  664. One-day or two-day tickets for a Kyoto tour
  665. One-man operation began on the Kameyama-Kamo section.
  666. One-man operation began on the Nagoya-Kameyama section.
  667. One-man shows
  668. One-mon copper coin
  669. One-mon iron coin
  670. One-shot comic (A work completes with just one episode.)
  671. One-sided love of awabi on the seashore
  672. One-step buses have been in use since 1999.
  673. One-third of the property of a criminal arrested by a land steward was given to the latter.
  674. One-to-one Negotiations and Expectations of each
  675. One-trip containers on or into which takoyaki is put are mostly boat-shaped trays made of paper-thin sheets of wood (kyogi), but some containers are made of paper, styrene foam or thin plastic sheets.
  676. One-way 2,550 yen
  677. One-way 2,700yen
  678. One-way 2,850 yen
  679. One-way 3,050yen
  680. One-way 3,400 yen
  681. One-yen coin
  682. One: (八月廿八日相馬ヨリ手切可仕由必定ニ付而), preparation for troops by Naoe and arrival in Fukushima, presented verbally.
  683. One: Application for 20,000 or 15000-koku of stipend to the bereaved families of dead vassals in Kamigata (Kyoto and Osaka area), presented verbally
  684. One: Considerations (佐スチ以来共)
  685. One: Fushimi residence in Osaka, presented verbally.
  686. One: Heigoro (兵五郎) (Hidemune)
  687. One: Iwaki, presented verbally.
  688. One: Nanbu
  689. One: Request of the fief of 2,000-kan (a unit for the fields, which was determined on the basis of the yields and did not depend on the areas) in stead of proposal of 1,000-kan which was made to you, (右之儀共調候ハゝ), presented verbally.
  690. One: Salary given to Torakikumaru (虎菊丸) (Tadamune)
  691. One: Suggestion to mobilize your vassals in Aizu.
  692. One: The former residential castle
  693. Ones made with a plain wood stick are also called "Haraegushi."
  694. Ones that are thickly sliced and peeled.
  695. Ones that conduct activities other than distribution or purchases of goods for others as a business, are called Juntoiya, and the provision of Toiya is applied mutatis mutandis (Article 558 of the commercial code).
  696. Ones that use chicken
  697. Ones that use the meat of livestock
  698. Ones with no inscriptions were equal to one mon.
  699. Ongami-jima Island, designated as a marine park.
  700. Ongoku Bugyo
  701. Ongoku Bugyo were placed in important places within Shogunate-owned land (tenryo) outside of Edo, and were divided into bugyo (magistrate)and yakugata who handled the governance of that land.
  702. Ongoku-bugyo (the collective name of the magistrates placed at important areas directly controlled by the government during the Edo period)
  703. Ongyoku (musical performance)
  704. Oni
  705. Oni (demon), yasha (yashaoni) (demons), Shuten Doji (the leader of a group of bandits that roamed the region around Kyoto).
  706. Oni (ogre)
  707. Oni Uchimame
  708. Oni Yamabushi Kyogen
  709. Oni Yamabushi Kyogen also includes such Kyogen that the performer playing the role of Yamabushi (a mountain priest) assumes the role of "Shite".
  710. Oni Yamabushi Kyogen is a Kyogen in which the performer playing the role of Enma Daio (the King of Hell), Oni (ogre), or others assumes the role of "Shite"; it includes programs with the story that people turn into Oni.
  711. Oni also applies to kuni (order of merit) and zoui (conferral of a posthumous rank).
  712. Oni and Human
  713. Oni appeared on the stage in the "Kokontozai - Oni ga deruka Ja ga deruka Tour (All ages and countries, tour to see ogres or snakes)."
  714. Oni are frequently depicted in fairy tales, and in most cases they are defeated by the main character.
  715. Oni didn't originally have such a specific figure, and it was sometimes invisible as per its origin word 'Onu,' as described below.
  716. Oni in Buddhism
  717. Oni in Creation
  718. Oni in Premodern and Modern Times
  719. Oni in the Literature of Legend
  720. Oni in the hell appear.
  721. Oni is a Japanese specter.
  722. Oni is a symbol of strength as well as evil.
  723. Oni is supposed to play a role of Gokusotsu ogre working for Enma ogre in hell.
  724. Oni manju (steamed cake with sweet potato on it)
  725. Oni mo juhachi, bancha mo debana (lit. As even an ogres at eighteen is desirable, so coarse tea at its first infusion is delicious) meaning that everything is good in its season.
  726. Oni no Manaita and Oni no Setchin (Granite Remains in Asuka Village, Takaichi County, Nara Prefecture)
  727. Oni no Manaita' is located in the hill beside an alameda passing through the field, and 'Oni no Setchin' at the foot of the hill across the alameda.
  728. Oni no ho
  729. Oni no manaita/Oni no setchin (Devil's cutting board and devil's privy)
  730. Oni system was modeled on the Ritsuryo system of Tang (China), but compared to the Chinese system, its extent of qualification was limited, and the ranks bestowed upon were high.
  731. Oni was a system of conferring a rank above a certain court rank to the descendants of high officials, according to the court ranks those high officials, the descendants' forefathers, had under the system of the Ritsuryo codes in Japan.
  732. Oni with names are mostly called 'Doji.'
  733. Oni' in China
  734. Oni-manju (steamed bean-jam bun)
  735. Oni-mono (literally "tale of a demon") (such as "Shokun," "Shokai," "Nomori," "Raiden")
  736. Oni-oi-shiki' (a ceremony to exorcise evil) held on the night of April 5, the final day, puts an end to the Buddhist memorial service.
  737. Oni-tsuzumi (Ogre's drum): One of his destruction 'Noh' abilities, to transform his manifers into a drum-like shape.
  738. Oniana tumuli, Koboyama tumuli, and Yanaka tumuli are located in a wide area in the Yabuki-machi Town on the west side of the Miyamae tumuli across the Abukuma-gawa River.
  739. Onie no Matsuri Festival
  740. Onie went a separate way for home.
  741. Onie, who was Kii no kami (Governor of Kii Province), accompanied her, and was promoted to Shogoinoge (Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade) on December 13 in the same year.
  742. Onigawara koen (Gargoyle Park)
  743. Onigawara-koen Park
  744. Onigiri
  745. Onigiri (omusubi) (rice balls)
  746. Onigiri (rice ball) is a food, which flavored cooked rice, put fillings, and collectively shaped into triangle, rectangular rounds, or sphere.
  747. Onigiri (rice balls)
  748. Onigiri around that time was oval, very big (225g), and steamed sticky rice was used.
  749. Onigiri as a meal
  750. Onigiri as a portable food
  751. Onigiri at the present time
  752. Onigiri has a theory of being an effective talisman because it is similar to the word 'oni wo kiru' (wipe out an ogre), and there is a folk tale that nigiri-meshi of white cooked rice is thrown to wipe out ogres.
  753. Onigiri in Japan
  754. Onigiri is also made in China, Taiwan, South Korea, and part of Thailand, which are the same rice-producing zone as Japan.
  755. Onigiri is called differently depending on the region or home.
  756. Onigiri is highly regarded as the merchandise supporting a boxed lunch corner in CVS and supermarkets, and each company is fiercely fighting to develop new onigiri products and gain customers especially in CVS.
  757. Onigiri is made at home and also sold on the market such as convenience stores ("CVS" hereafter) and supermarkets.
  758. Onigiri is made by cooked rice regardless of the shape, but omusubi should be triangle.
  759. Onigiri is originally developed to preserve remains of cooked rice and as a portable food, but nowadays being easy-to-eat is added, and preserving property and portability are not highly regarded.
  760. Onigiri is wrapped by a sheet of dried laver depending on the taste.
  761. Onigiri of soft texture in the mouth is favored.
  762. Onigiri outside Japan
  763. Onigiri sold on the spot is occasionally made from sticky rice unlike those in Japan.
  764. Onigokko (tag), kagome play, hide-and-seek, Kick the Can, Daruma-doll fell down, and Doro-Kei (or Doro-Jun, cops and robbers)
  765. Onihe Hankacho' (Onihei's records of criminal incidents) is a magistrate story, but has elements of a literary drama and rather than the principle of rewarding good and punishing evil, pays greater attention to the storyline and the description of people's lifestyles at the time.
  766. Oniiwa Fukuoni Festival (Mitake-cho, Gifu Prefecture)
  767. Onikenbai
  768. Onikenbai demon sword dance (December 13, 1993; Kitakami and Oshu Cities; Onikenbai Rengo Hozonkai [Onikenbai Preservation Joint Association])
  769. Onikoi-setsubun-sai (Onikoi Setsubun Festival) (Fujioka City, Gunma Prefecture)
  770. Onimasumishiritsuhiko-jinja Shrine
  771. Onimasumishiritsuhiko-jinja Shrine is a Shinto shrine located in Tawaramoto-cho, Shiki County, Nara Prefecture
  772. Onin Bukan(a book of heraldry in the Onin era) and Hagiwara-kafuan (proposed genealogical table of the Hagiwara family) also has a description to the effect that a son (Fujikage NAGAO) of Yorinari UESUGI was adopted by the Nagao clan as an heir.
  773. Onin March 5, 1467 - March 28, 1469
  774. Onin War
  775. Onin War and "Devil Kikkawa"
  776. Onin War and the Battle against the ASAKURA clan
  777. Onin War devastated Kyoto and divided it into two parts: Kamigyo (the north part of capital) and Shimogyo (south part of capital).
  778. Onin War, fought from 1467 till 1477, was a civil war that broke out during the Muromachi period when the ruling Seii Taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians") was Yoshimasa ASHIKAGA, the eighth person to hold this position.
  779. Onin war
  780. Onin war ended in 1477, however, he and Yoshihisa had differences in their opinions and his relationship with Tomiko worsened even more.
  781. Onin-ki (The Record of the Onin War)
  782. Oninki says the western camp burned down many samurai residences on October 8, and Kira's one was mentioned on its top.
  783. Oninoiwaya-kofun Tumulus: Aza Tsukahara, Kita-ishigaki, Beppu City, Oita Prefecture
  784. Onion
  785. Onion:
  786. Onisaburo DEGUCHI
  787. Onishi Seiwemon Museum
  788. Onishi became the oldest person in Japan in his last years, which provided him with honor to give names to the first quintuplets born in Japan.
  789. Onishi devoted himself to promote the international exchange, the peace movement, cultural activities, etc. through Buddhism, which is shown in his achievements such as launching the bimonthly "Hoso sect Buddhism culture course" in 1966 and establishing "The Japan-China Friendship Association of Buddhism" in 1974.
  790. Onishi served as chief abbot of Kiyomizu-dera Temple for nearly 70 years until he died in 1983 at the age of 107, and respected as "Chuko-no-so" (a restorer).
  791. Onitaiji-mono (literally "tale of demon extermination") (such as "Momijigari," "Rashomon," "Oe-yama Mountain," "Tsuchigumo")
  792. Onitaro OKA
  793. Onitaro OKA (September 3, 1872 - October 29, 1943) was a Kabuki playwright, dramatic critic, and writer.
  794. Onitaro OKA, a Kabuki writer and drama critic, commented on this program as follows: "As this is a nonsense drama, just enjoy without arguing."
  795. Oniwaban
  796. Oniwaban in history
  797. Oniwaka was then sent to Enryaku-ji Temple in Mt. Hiei, but was expelled because of his extremely wild behavior.
  798. Onjiki (eating and drinking)
  799. Onjo-ji Temple
  800. Onjo-ji Temple (Mii-dera Temple)
  801. Onjo-ji Temple (Mii-dera Temple) (bell tower) in Shiga Prefecture, also called 'Evening Bell of Mii.'
  802. Onjo-ji Temple (Mii-dera Temple) in Shiga Prefecture, customarily called 'Bell Dragged by Benkei.'
  803. Onjo-ji Temple (commonly known as Mii-dera Temple, Sango (temple's title) is 'Nagara-san').
  804. Onjo-ji Temple Enmanin
  805. Onjo-ji Temple Shaku (ruler)
  806. Onjo-ji Temple at the base of Mt. Hiei is referred to as the 'Jimon' whereas Enryaku-ji Temple located on Mt. Hiei is referred to as 'Sanmon' (please refer to 'Enryaku-ji Temple' and 'Mt. Hiei').
  807. Onjo-ji Temple is the head temple of the Tendaijimon Buddhist sect in Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture.
  808. Onkokugoyo (inspection trip to rural areas)
  809. Onkokugoyo is the inspection trip to rural areas that the oniwaban made with their identity concealed.
  810. Online karaoke
  811. Only "Mikawa gunki" (military records of Mikawa Province compiled in 1853) reports on the battle, but the book is not reliable having many inaccurate descriptions in it.
  812. Only "Nihonshoki" describes the period when the twelve court ranks were established, but does not mention the relationship between the colors and ranks.
  813. Only 'Juo-kyo Sutra' (sutra for Juo-shinko), however, neglects this custom.
  814. Only 'the Stations of the Mind When Entering the Mantra-Gateway' is identified as being equivalent to a logical study of doctrines.
  815. Only 109 of them are left nowadays.
  816. Only 17 soldiers accompanied Yoshihira; most musha in the east Japan were only interested in the stability of their own territories and declined to be drafted.
  817. Only 21 songs remain.
  818. Only 3 shrines changed their titles to 'jingu' after the war and all of these did so with the special permission of Association of Shinto Shrines (Hokkaido-jingu Shrine (formerly Sapporo-jinja Shrine), Izanagi-jingu Shrine (Hyogo Prefecture), Hikosan-jingu Shrine (Fukuoka Prefecture).
  819. Only 3 vassals of the Tokugawa clan were given territories of 100,000 koku crop yields or more: Naomasa, Tadakatsu HONDA and Yasumasa SAKAKIBARA.
  820. Only 4 of Ieyasu's 11 officially recognized male heirs were allowed to take the surname 'Tokugawa': Hidetada (his 3rd son and successor), Yoshinao TOKUGAWA (his 9th son, and the forefather of one of the three main families), Yorinobu TOKUGAWA (his 10th son), and Yorifusa TOKUGAWA (his 11th son).
  821. Only 7 years later, in 1377, Takanori was relieved as Omi no kuni Shugo and sent back to the Kyogoku clan.
  822. Only 7 years later, in 1377, Takanori was relieved from his position as Omi no kuni Shugo.
  823. Only Chie Productions produced six movies that year and built their own studio in Sagano the following year.
  824. Only Chun-Geum PAK was elected a member of Lower House as a Korean.
  825. Only Chuso is not in the Azekura-zukuri style but is instead in the "Itakura" style, having been made by dropping thick wood panels between columns.
  826. Only Doshisha Elementary School is attached to Doshisha University.
  827. Only Edo Sanza (Nakamura-za Theater, Ichimura-za Theater and Morita-za Theater) were licensed to run Kabuki Theaters, and their Hikae yagura were Miyako-za Theater, Kiri-za Theater and Kawarazaki-za Theater respectively.
  828. Only English was used there.
  829. Only HEGURI no Hironari and three other kako (sailors) survived.
  830. Only Hoke-kyo is deemed as the one that advocates purely excellent En-kyo independently.
  831. Only Ibaraki Doji, while fighting a duel with WATANABE no Tsuna and seeing Shuten Doji struck down, decided the cause was lost and retreated, making him the sole oni who managed to escape.
  832. Only Imperial family members who had reached the age of majority were allowed to take on the role of guardian of another member of the Imperial family (Article 38 of the Former Imperial House Act).
  833. Only Izumiya Yawata Branch can be seen as a large scale retailer.
  834. Only Jiden (rice fields owned by temples) and Shinden (rice fields owned by shrines) were excluded.
  835. Only Kagenaka NAGAO barely survived at the battle and escaped to the Oguri-jo castle in Hitachi Province (now Chikusei City, Ibaraki Prefecture) with other survived soldiers.
  836. Only Kamatari received Taishokkan among retainers on the record.
  837. Only Kannin at Dazaifu and Udoneri, who bore swords, were treated as Bunkan, not Bunkan.
  838. Only Kinjo no Mikado's son, Sannomiya (the third Prince) (Niou Miya) and Onna Sannomiya (the Third Princess) 's son (called Kaoru, in fact, Kashiwagi (The Oak Tree) 's son) had a reputation for being the greatest nobleman of the day.
  839. Only Kuroji KAWASAKI was arrested, undertaking the responsibility as a ringleader of the turmoil, while the other members were released.
  840. Only Local trains run on this section.
  841. Only MINAMOTO no Yoshitomo (who Nobuyori depended upon heavily) remained loyal to Nobuyori's camp.
  842. Only Masatsuna OTOMO of Mutsu Province broke the crowd and escaped to the Taga-jo Castle.
  843. Only Moha 70 cars were introduced initially and they were categorized into the 100 series because of the difference in jumper plug.
  844. Only Nanin Egyo and Fuketsu Ensho of Zonsho lineage partly succeeded its tradition.
  845. Only Negoro-ji Temple declined after the Azuchi-Momoyama period because of the influence of Siege of Kishu by Nobunaga ODA and Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, but even after that, Kunitomo, Hino and Sakai flourished as production areas for guns and they were proud of their high technical capabilities.
  846. Only Nichio of Kyoto Myokaku-ji Temple refused attendance and left Myokaku-ji Temple.
  847. Only Nikko-jinja Shrine exists on the route via Mt. Nikko.
  848. Only Rajo-mon Gates seen in Heijo-kyo and Heian-kyo, ancient capitals of Japan in current Nara and Kyoto, respectively, were located at the Suzaku-Oji Street to indicate the entrance to the capital cities.
  849. Only Sanriku (i.e. Rikuzen Province, Rikuchu Province, Mutsu Province), Ryouu (i.e. Uzen Province, Ugo Province), Iwaki Province Azechi Office, and Echigo Azechi Office were established but did not in fact worked and in October 1870, the next year, they were abolished.
  850. Only Seitei presented craft products such as paper and lacquer.
  851. Only Shimo Akasaka -jo Castle, defended by the army of Kusunoki, survived.
  852. Only Shintoists and Buddhists come to more than 200 million.
  853. Only Sozan Eika (曹山慧霞), a disciple of Honjaku, Doan Dohi, a disciple of Ungo Doyo, Gokoku Shucho (護国守澄), a disciple of Sozan Kyonin, and Sekimon Kenun (石門献蘊), a disciple of Seirin Shiken, flourished.
  854. Only Toshikatsu DOI was appointed the Tairo post from the Doi family.
  855. Only Ueno no miya (the leader of Kanei-ji Temple) and Nikkogu (head priest of Nikko-zan Rin-noji Temple) in the 7th generation were not the same person; however, because the Nikkogu 7th was reappointed as the 5th for a second term, the total number of people was not 14.
  856. Only Yoshinoya Co., Ltd, and Sukiya have deployed outlets throughout the 47 prefectures.
  857. Only a bloodstained Kosode (short-sleeved kimono) is left there.
  858. Only a few clans, such as the Ise-Heishi, retained the Taira surname (the same kanji character is used for both "Hei" and "Taira.")
  859. Only a few of his silent films remain that he made in his Kamata Studio years, which were reputed to be filled with radical gags.
  860. Only a few remain, such as "Kari no Tayori (Letter)" (by Ryugyoku KANAZAWA), "Iseondo Koi no Netaba (literally, Ise Dances and Love's Dull Blade)" (by Tokuzo CHIKAMATSU) and "Katakiuchi Tengajayamura (The Revenge at Tengajaya)" (by Kamesuke NAGAWA).
  861. Only a flatfish is placed with its head on the right side.
  862. Only a fukusa which is purple is used for gifts for both congratulations and condolences.
  863. Only a handful of special skill unit forces existed during the late Heian period, that could go through horseback training, wear armor, and practice horseback skills that could stand battle, and could shoot arrows while riding a horse.
  864. Only a part of Japanese sweets makers still seem to produce the thin crisp wafers of monaka.
  865. Only a part of the picture scroll remains now.
  866. Only a select number of warriors were permitted to ride on horseback.
  867. Only a sheet of square paper is used for it without using scissors.
  868. Only a small number of chief priests were allowed to wear the purple robe before.
  869. Only a small stone monument stands at its location today.
  870. Only a statement remains in the history book that it was cultivated during the Asuka and Nara periods.
  871. Only a stone monument is placed there.
  872. Only a stone monument showing the site of Higashi-no-Korokan established in 1915 remains in Shimabara Ageya-machi, Shimogyo Ward.
  873. Only a tacit understanding between the wrestlers can determine the starting time for wrestling.
  874. Only about 300 poems have remained (forty-three poems were selected for Chokusenshu (anthology of poems collected by Imperial command) for example, fifteen poems collected in "Shin Kokinshu," nine poems in "Gyokuyo shu," and so on).
  875. Only about fifteen octagonal burial mounds were discovered, although approximately 150,000 burial mounds were constructed in Japan.
  876. Only after 52 years from issue, Wado-kaichin was renewed into Mannen-tsuho coins.
  877. Only after submitting a geyujo to Shikibu-sho (the Ministry of Ceremonies), is the former officer able to assume the next official position.
  878. Only after that, did Yoshichika find out about the 'disappearance' of the Emperor Kazan.
  879. Only after the Kamakura period, it was specifically described in historical materials: "Mirokunyorai Kanno Shoso" (The selection of the influence of Mirokunyorai) described it for the fist time in 1236.
  880. Only after the days of "Jinkoki" (a mathematical book) in the early modern period were Japanese mathematics again resurrected as learning in the shape of 'Wasan' (Japanese mathematics).
  881. Only after the medieval period did it begin to be worshipped in temples and Onmyodo (way of Yin and Yang; occult divination system based on the Taoist theory of the five elements).
  882. Only after the project was considered and approved in the regular meeting, could the hall be used as concert venue.
  883. Only an official post was indicated as a position.
  884. Only ancient tomb with one burial mound and three stone chambers in Kyoto Prefecture
  885. Only as a guide, if shredded the width is less than 5 mm, if minced less than 1 cm square is preferred.
  886. Only at the age of 20, he became a goyo eshi of the Kirima family, which served as a karo (chief retainer) of Tosa clan.
  887. Only at the southern side of the attaching point of the rectangular frontage part and the circular rear-end part, "Tsukuridashi" (a section of the tumulus to place the offerings) is preserved and visible from the outside.
  888. Only aticles with existing items are listed.
  889. Only auspicious programs are made 'Okina-tsuki.'
  890. Only boards of a sufficient strength are used for the walls of shinmei-zukuri style buildings.
  891. Only buses on routes 19, 20 and south 8 are operated by Keihan Bus, while the operation of the other buses is entrusted to Hankyu Bus Co., Ltd.
  892. Only by presenting the 'Ee Kippu,' a discount admission fee or entrance fee is applied at shrines, temples or sightseeing facilities along the lines, a free gift is given, or a specific benefit is offered at restaurants or souvenir shops along the lines.
  893. Only cards of one type are available, but no discount fare is applied to connected use of different transportation means.
  894. Only certain women were allowed to wear the texture called 'orimono' (a term referring to high-grade figured textile) with blue (kikujin or greenish color) and red (reddish purple).
  895. Only crown princes became Sessho after the Restoration of Imperial Rule in Japan.
  896. Only daughter of Ginpei.
  897. Only descendants of the unbroken Imperial family can succeed to the throne.
  898. Only direct descendants of emperors can succeed to the throne.
  899. Only dragons, snakes and foxes, which were the embodiment of nature according to ancient Shinto, were drawn violently in order to show their menace.
  900. Only during mornings and evenings of holidays, do some trains run beyond Kyoto, up to Yasu/Katada, and beyond Nishi-Akashi, up to Kakogawa.
  901. Only exception was that on New Year's day, the decoration was put on caps.
  902. Only few gokenin in Kyoto were included among them because many gokenin switched to the Ashikaga side or withdrew from the front after judging the movement of Takauji.
  903. Only few of Shohaku's works can be dated but it is known that he was stayed in Ise region on two occasions; around when he was 29 and 35 years of age.
  904. Only five karakami paper makers including Choemon KARAKAMIYA remained during the Meiji period and later, and their printing blocks escaped the fires.
  905. Only five movies were supplied throughout Japan in September of that year, which were produced by Shochiku Kamata Studio of Shochiku Co., Ltd. and Imperial Cinema Entertainment Co., Ltd. (Tei-kine), and then Shochiku started construction of a new film studio in Kyoto to replace its film studio in Kamata.
  906. Only five of his poems were selected for the chokusen wakashu (anthologies of poems collected by Imperial command) starting when "Gosen Wakashu" (Later selected collection of Japanese poetry) was compiled and onwards, and no personal collection by him survives today.
  907. Only five props may be used, a sensu (fan), tenugui (hand towel), kendai (bookstand), hyoshigi (wooden clapper), and a harisen (a fan used as a stick-shaped object), the latter three being used only in Kamigata rakugo.
  908. Only for Noh, the originator of the sect is called "the head of the school (soke)".
  909. Only for students in their sophomore year or above
  910. Only former Gozasho (a room for a noble person) was relocated and reconstructed as 'Emperor's Room Memorial Park' (a tangible cultural asset designated by Tochigi Prefecture) and is opened to public.
  911. Only four letters of them, '各田了臣,' were certain.
  912. Only fragments from the second part of the "Shikibu-sho" (the Ministry of Ceremonial) in Volume 19, and the first part of the "Shuzeiryo" (Bureau of Taxation) in volume 25 remain, along with quotations mentioned in various books.
  913. Only fragments of "Iso no Genta: Dakine no Nagawakizashi" (Genta: The Long Sword), "Kaito Shirozukin" (The White Hood) and "Uminari Kaido" (Seacoast Highway) are remain.
  914. Only fresh flowers, not artificial flowers or artificial lotus flowers (one of Buddhist alter fittings), should be used.
  915. Only from the kogi (shogunate) did he receive 5,000 koku (including the reward for yoriki, 2,500 koku) as a chigyo (fief).
  916. Only gokenin of the Minamoto clan and the Seiwa-Genji (Minamoto clan) were allowed to become kokushi (a provincial governor) in the early days of the Kamakura bakufu, with ordinary gokenin unable to rise to higher ranks.
  917. Only holders of high-ranking Rokudan to Hachidan are eligible to take the examination on the condition that each candidate be recommended by the president of the association with which he or she is affiliated.
  918. Only hoshu has the right' to give Jonin go (name) or Nichigo, the same condition as to give rights of honzon shosha ken (rights to make a written copy of the principle images) and kyogi saitei-ken (right to judge doctrines).
  919. Only in Hoke-kyo that women can become a Buddha, for Hoon-kyo (the Sutra on the Buddha's Repayment of his Indebtedness) which we receive their kindness from mother's love (Reply to Sennichi ama Gozen)
  920. Only in cases of civil problems which could not be solved by discussion (vis-a-vis) between the people concerned, civil trials were made in the name of arbitration as 'favor from the authorities', therefore, these trials were not an institution that would give the people legal aids.
  921. Only in the autumn festival of Kamo-jinja Shrine at Kikuma-cho, Imabari City, appears Ushioni in the Toyo region.
  922. Only in the case of Rikyu, there are densho (books on the esoterica) written by his disciples and offspring about his activities, from which we are able to obtain some information.
  923. Only in the case of a bedroom for the empress, a black-lacquered podium called 'hamayuka,' whose size is 30 cm high and 273 cm square, is set up on the floor.
  924. Only in the case of completed disobedience, enza (to be guilty for the relative's crime) was stipulated, and there were three levels of enza according to the number of people led and the extent of exercise of force.
  925. Only in the surrounding areas of Kyoto, some polite languages are used to make an expression objective.
  926. Only in the three years after he was assigned to Sangi (councilor) in 1574, he was promoted to Junii (Junior Second Rank) Udaijin (minister of the right).
  927. Only in this era, general elections at the expiration of terms of office were held twice in a row in the history of Japanese constitutional government.
  928. Only in this way could he defeat them.'
  929. Only inbound trains resumed their runs from the first train of the following day, April 26.
  930. Only income provided by the head family without designating territory to be distributed (a branch family of the Asano clan of Hiroshima Domain).
  931. Only its title and table of contents were recorded in "Honcho shoseki mokuroku" (Catalogue of books in our country) as Gishiki in ten volumes, but not even a surviving fragment of the book, remained.
  932. Only local and rapid trains stop at the station.
  933. Only local and semi-express trains stop at Hashimoto Station.
  934. Only local trains are operated, and all trains make stops at every station.
  935. Only local trains are operated, and every train stops at each station.
  936. Only local trains stop at the station, and the platforms accommodate six-car trains.
  937. Only local trains stop at this station.
  938. Only local trains would stop at Higashiyama-sanjo Station, because the facility was adapted only to cars having steps; express trains (discontinued in 1981) and sub-express trains would bypass the station.
  939. Only local trains would stop at Keage Station, because the facility was adapted only to cars having steps for boarding or exiting; express trains (discontinued in 1981) and sub-express trains would bypass the station.
  940. Only long seat cars were used between Hanaten and Kizu even after March 15.
  941. Only major decorated tombs are listed as follows while about 800 are said to be in Japan.
  942. Only male descendants of emperors can succeed to the throne.
  943. Only members of the line of regents (including the Naka no mikado branch, Kazanin branch), Murakami-Genji (Minamoto clan) and Kanin branch were allowed to be promoted to Daijin (Minister) so Kiyomori's promotion was unheard of.
  944. Only men were permitted to perform Noh.
  945. Only on the Tokaido Shinkansen line and Sanyo Shinkansen line, train-cars of another company run (train-cars of JR West run on the Tokaido section and those of JR Tokai run on the Sanyo section).
  946. Only on this day, they can steal decorated offerings for the moon viewing festival on the night of a harvest moon (jugoya [night of the full moon]).
  947. Only one 'Wakasa' train started at and returned to Kyoto Station.
  948. Only one ETC lane has been established at the Tanabe-nishi tollbooth in the direction of Kizu, the Seika-shimokoma tollbooth in the direction of Joyo, and the Kizu tollbooth and toll gates of the main expressway.
  949. Only one copy is extant.
  950. Only one drummer for the Japanese drum performance (solo)
  951. Only one foundry remains there today.
  952. Only one inn, Hekisui Gyoen, stands facing the west coast of the Kumihama Bay, which nearly forms a lake.
  953. Only one legislative organ
  954. Only one nickname is used for the trains used on the Nagano Shinkansen line of JR East and those on the Kyushu Shinkansen line.
  955. Only one person at a time could become Togu-no-fu, and Togu-no-fu was often an aristocrat with an official court rank of Jushiijo (Junior Fourth Rank, Upper Grade).
  956. Only one portion of deerskin for a yugake can be taken out from one deer because it is taken out from the best part which has the most appropriate thickness and texture and has no scars and so on.
  957. Only one scroll, including captions and pictures in seven passages, remains today.
  958. Only one such family exists.
  959. Only one ticket gate is installed.
  960. Only one ticket gate is provided underground.
  961. Only one ticket gate is provided, with an entrance/exit on the east side and on the west side of the station, respectively.
  962. Only one ticket gate is provided.
  963. Only passenger-traffic was handled.
  964. Only people in Japan and the Republic of Korea call this soda saida (equivalent to cider), which originally means alcoholic drink made from apples (British English/cider, French/cidre).
  965. Only people of great influence who had been myoshu or had cultivated lands could be members of Otona.
  966. Only people who are of Gon-Seikai rank or above are designated as Gonnegi (assistant senior priests) (for general shrines, chokkai or above).
  967. Only people who are of Meikai rank (for Shinto priesthood) or above are designated as Guji and Gonguji (for general shrines, Gon-Seikai rank or above).
  968. Only people who are of seikai rank or above are designated as Negi (Shinto priest) (for general shrines, chokkai or above).
  969. Only people with fireworks' licenses may handle fireworks.
  970. Only persons using A-grade reserved seats are allowed to pass through during the period of third race meeting of 2009.
  971. Only publishes an evening paper.
  972. Only put on public display on the 8th of every month, on the days of the spring and autumnal equinox and from January 1 - 3.
  973. Only records of Chugokui Mokuroku awarded to Toshizo remain in Tennen-Rishin-ryu dojo today.
  974. Only ribs (with unhusked skin) are cooked in Dong Po Rou, while other ingredients such as radish are added and cooked at the same time in Kakuni.
  975. Only ritual and ceremonial functions (that had been held by the Nijo family) were inherited by the Shimo (lower) branch of the Reizei family, which continues to perform them to this day.
  976. Only small parts of Book 1, Book 10, and from Book 11 to Book 14 are extant.
  977. Only sold from May to mid-August.
  978. Only some cars are available for passenger use (Car No.7 on 801M and Car No.2 on 805M and 832M.
  979. Only some pieces of a bronze bell-shaped vessel and two set of stake marks on the ground from the Yayoi period have been discovered.
  980. Only some signposts remained on the roadside indicate the past image and atmosphere of the old-days road.
  981. Only some tens of items are displayed at each exhibition, and the selection is changed annually.
  982. Only someone who has practical learning and is widely familiarized with the world can handle the affairs of state and govern the public with a clever mind.'
  983. Only south bound one-way traffic is allowed in a section of Shimogamo Naka-dori Street from a point on Kitaoji-dori Street to a point on Mikage-dori Street.
  984. Only station names are shown below.
  985. Only station names from the Nagoya Station to Kameyama Station, which are under JR Central's jurisdiction, are shown below.
  986. Only station names other than those of the Sanin Main Line are linked.
  987. Only stores officially allowed to use the name 'Daiichi-Asahi' are introduced in an official website of 'Daiichi-Asahi.'
  988. Only tangible cultural properties that have not been designated by the nation or local public bodies can be registered, because this system is complementary to the designation system.
  989. Only that part of the private record of Yahei describes the exact confrontation between Kira and Asano.
  990. Only the "Kojiki" and "Nihonshoki" the oldest chronicles written in the Japanese islands as well as "Fudoki" were available as historical sources for the Kofun period, i.e., until the middle seventh century.
  991. Only the Buddha is an absolute witness of these phenomena.
  992. Only the Buddha knows what they are, how they are, like what they are, and of what characteristics and of nature they are.
  993. Only the Gokijo family of Onakabo still has shukubo now, and Yoshiyuki GOKIJO is the 61st family head.
  994. Only the Gokoku-jinja Shrine in Aomori Prefecture did not change its name and remained 'Gokoku-jinja Shrine.'
  995. Only the Hirakata 26/26A line is available for the bus stop between Kinmeidai-nishi and Matsuiyamate Station.
  996. Only the Insai school in Edo and the Okayama Domain are called the "Heki-to school".
  997. Only the Pali Buddhist sutra of Theravada Buddhism, which was transmitted to Sri Lanka, exists in complete form; it is used widely in the Southeastern Buddhist countries such as Sri Lanka, Thailand and Myanmar.
  998. Only the Rokuro UMEWAKA family was left in Umewaka-ryu school.
  999. Only the Tsuge Station is managed by the Railway Department of Kameyama, Osaka branch of the West Japan Railway Company.
  1000. Only the above six Midaidokoro were granted official court rank and only Sugenin, the second Shogun Hidetada TOKUGAWA's lawful wife delivered a successor.

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