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  1. Otani-byodo Mausoleum
  2. Otani-byodo Mausoleum (later became Hongan-ji Temple) was built as the mausoleum of Shinran in 1272.
  3. Otani-kozan mine
  4. Otanike (Otani family) is the yago (literally, the "house name") of the descendants of Kakue, a son of Hirotsuna HINO and Kakushin-ni.
  5. Otarashihiko oshirowake no Sumeramikoto, the Emperor Keiko
  6. Otarashihikooshirowake no sumeramikoto settled in the palace of Hishiro at Makimuku, and governed the country (Shiki-gun, Nara Prefecture).
  7. Otarashihime
  8. Otarashihime (year of birth and death unknown) was a daughter of ABE no Uchimaro.
  9. Otarashihime, one of Kurahashimaro's daughters, became Emperor Kotoku's wife and gave birth to Prince Arima, and Tachibanahime, another daughter of his, and became Emperor Tenchi's wife; these facts suggest Abe clan's power at that time.
  10. Otari Toji
  11. Otari carried out a sizable amount of work and was actively involved in the management of his own rice paddy.
  12. Otari was the person who expressed the part of it.
  13. Otari's "private economy"
  14. Otari's "work"
  15. Otari, a "capable" government official
  16. Otaru City
  17. Otaru Temporary Office
  18. Otasha (Sarutahiko, Amenouzume)
  19. Otasu coal mine
  20. Otate War
  21. Otatsu is angry as 'I'm losing my face, please not to make me do so, my dear,' but Sabu never agrees.
  22. Otatsu leaves the house with Isonojo while Otsugi is seeing them off.
  23. Otatsu promptly agreed, but Sabu did not agree because 'His face looks so sexy,' he was afraid that something might happen between Otatsu and Isonojo.
  24. Otatsu was at a loss and put an iron beside her on her cheek and showed her spirit even by losing her beauty as 'Do you think I'm still beautiful?'
  25. Otaue literally means a large scale rice planting but is used in a variety of meanings such as the day when the largest quantity is planted, the day when rice planting is at its peak, the day when rice is planted in the largest field, and the last day of rice planting.
  26. Otaue-matsuri, the rice planting ceremony (on Setsubun in February)
  27. Otawara Domain: Otawara-jo Castle
  28. Ote club
  29. Ote club announced its participation to the hard-line six parties, which made the hard-line six parties win a majority in the House of Representatives.
  30. Ote club was a political association during the mid-Meiji Period (October 20, 1894 - February 24, 1896).
  31. Ote-Mon Gate
  32. Otebi-matsuri Festival
  33. Oteguchi (Oteguchi Exit)
  34. Oteguchi Bus Terminal
  35. Oteguchi is the original exit.
  36. Oteguchi underground parking area
  37. Otehime Kinu Youkan (azuki-bean jelly) (product of Shogetsudo Honten, a sweets shop in Tsukidate-machi), Otehime Udon (Japanese wheat noodle) (product of the business union of developers of local products in Tsukidate-machi)
  38. Otei KANEKO: calligraphy of modern poems
  39. Oten-mon Gate
  40. Otenmon no Hen (The Otenmon Gate Incident)
  41. Otesho: Small saucer to put soy sauce in
  42. Other
  43. Other 'Kagayaku Hinomiya' chapters
  44. Other Areas
  45. Other Buddhist Statues of the same lineage called 'Tori-Shiki' (Tori style) exist in the Horyu-ji Temple and so on.
  46. Other Buddhist architecture
  47. Other Captains who came along were commanders of equal rank with Captain Kannari, even though he was the officer in charge.
  48. Other Cars
  49. Other Children
  50. Other Compounds
  51. Other Countries
  52. Other Cultural Properties
  53. Other Cultures
  54. Other Episodes
  55. Other Events This Year
  56. Other Events this Year
  57. Other Facilities
  58. Other Facts
  59. Other Famous Bonsho
  60. Other Features of the Foreign Settlements
  61. Other Hojo families were also involved in the conflict.
  62. Other Hyakunin Isshu
  63. Other Important Cultural Properties
  64. Other Information
  65. Other Institutions
  66. Other Institutions at the Foot of Mountains
  67. Other Institutions on Mountains
  68. Other Japanese martial arts
  69. Other Japanese names include Kobunboku, Harutsugegusa, Konohana, Hatsunagusa, Kazamigusa, Kazemachigusa and Nioigusa.
  70. Other Jidai Gyoretsu in Kansai
  71. Other Kanei-tsuho do ichimonsen coin: 4 mon
  72. Other Kanji characters for Ikezuki are 池月 and 生?.
  73. Other Kanji characters, '氏幸,' were often used instead of '氏之'; however, '氏之' was mainly used in the documents and letters.
  74. Other Kansai regions than Kyoto
  75. Other Karuta Cards in Order of Iroha
  76. Other Katsudons
  77. Other Kawachi-Genji leaders
  78. Other Kawachi-Genji leaders of Tameyoshi's time
  79. Other Kifune-jijna Shrines
  80. Other Kind of 'Tsubo' Units
  81. Other Kinki
  82. Other Komainu statues that have been designated important cultural assets include those of the Daiho Jinja shrine in Shiga, the Kozan-ji temple in Kyoto, and the Itsukushima Jinja shrine in Hiroshima.
  83. Other Kugyos (high court nobles) agreed with him, but TAIRA no Naokata, Uemon no shojo, kebiishi (official with judicial and police powers), and NAKAHARA no Narimichi, Zaemon no shochi (junior assistant lieutenant), kebiishi, were appointed as tsuitoshi with the approval of Emperor Goichijo.
  84. Other Kukurio no Hakama
  85. Other Kuruwa
  86. Other Kyogen performers who belong to the Noh Association now are Masao KIMURA (follower of the 3rd Sensaku), Senkichi SASAKI (also follower of the 3rd Sensaku), Masami AMITANI (follower of the 4th Sensaku), Kaoru MATSUMOTO (also follower of the 4th Sensaku), and Yasushi MARUISHI (follower of the 2nd Sennojo).
  87. Other Kyoka poets
  88. Other Local Pufferfish Dishes
  89. Other Major Cultural Properties
  90. Other Male Masks
  91. Other Matters
  92. Other Name(s): Konkomyo shitenno gokoku no tera
  93. Other Ochi
  94. Other Ogasawara families
  95. Other Onmyodo idea includes philosophy outlines such as Shijin-soo (an ideal topography for the four Taoist gods, with a river in the east, a broad avenue in the west, a basin in the south, and a hill in the north).
  96. Other Opinions and Popular Beliefs
  97. Other Places of Scenic and Historical Interest
  98. Other Power
  99. Other Prefectural Roads
  100. Other Prospects
  101. Other Purposes
  102. Other Regions
  103. Other Related Examples
  104. Other Related Items
  105. Other Ryoge no kan posts included the Sessho (regent), who acted as the Emperor and Nairan (private audience), who could preliminarily inspect official documents submitted from the Great Council of State to the Emperor.
  106. Other Shiki
  107. Other TV dramas in which Dosan appears
  108. Other Takeda clans
  109. Other Tamayoribime
  110. Other Temples in Teranouchi
  111. Other Than Japan
  112. Other Theories
  113. Other Tsukasa
  114. Other Ukai fishing methods
  115. Other Urban Area of Kita Kinki
  116. Other Usage
  117. Other achievements of Nagatsune include the successful cultivation of Hazenoki (Rhus succedanea, a kind of wax tree) and Kozo (a mixture of Broussonetia kazinoki and B. papyrifera, a material for Japanese paper), mastery of the wax extraction technique, and the settlement of production of unglazed earthenware as a samurai's side job.
  118. Other achievements of Princess Chichihaya Hime are unknown.
  119. Other achievements of his are unknown.
  120. Other active katsudo benshi include Koji WAKA in Nagoya, Yoichi INOUE and Taiji KOSAKI in Osaka who narrates movies while rolling the hand projector.
  121. Other activities
  122. Other activities include producing guides in various languages and opening call centers to create a more friendly environment for foreign tourists.
  123. Other actors and staff members
  124. Other actors working at Makino Productions, such as Chiezo KATAOKA, Toshio YAMAGUCHI (a new school actor), Ryutaro NAKANE and Kobunji ICHIKAWA also resigned from Makino to establish their own productions and formed the 'Japan Film Production Association.'
  125. Other administrative divisions
  126. Other alternate writings quoted in Nihonshoki state differently about the god who first appeared; Kuni no Tokotachi no Mikoto (main version, the first, the fourth and the fifth alternate writing); Umashiashikabihikoji (the second and the third alternate writing); Ame no Tokotachi no Kami (the sixth alternate writing)
  127. Other ancient lineages
  128. Other anniversaries on November 3
  129. Other appellations of the "Chinese calendar" are "the old calendar," "the lunar calendar," or "the old six calendars."
  130. Other areas
  131. Other areas along the street are new residential areas or agricultural fields, which possess features of a suburb.
  132. Other areas in Kyoto Prefecture (Tanba)
  133. Other areas in Kyoto Prefecture (Tango)
  134. Other areas in Kyoto Prefecture (Yamashiro)
  135. Other areas in the Kinki Region
  136. Other articles of the editorial department are as follows.
  137. Other attempts
  138. Other biographies about MINAMOTO no Yoshitsune.
  139. Other books written by him are 'Fujutsui,' etc.
  140. Other branch temples: Koyasan branch temple in the United States of America (in Little Tokyo, Los Angels), Koyasan branch temple in Hawaii (in Honolulu, Hawaii), Koyasan branch temple in Shanghai City (in Shanghai City before the war)
  141. Other branches of the Sekishu Shimizu School include the Kajun-ha in Tokyo, which has been handed down in the Tanimura family.
  142. Other brewed beverages
  143. Other bronze ware, including the bronze sword, seems to have lost its original use as a weapon and to have become an implement for Shinto rituals.
  144. Other bugyo were set up to negotiate and mediate with certain strong temples and shrines.
  145. Other buildings are as follows: Gyoja-do (En no Gyoja Reiseki Fudasho [temples for pilgrimage in connection with EN no Ozuno]) where the statue of EN no Ozuno, the founder of Shugendo, is enshrined; Shichifukujin-do, where the statue of Daikokuten (the God of Wealth) is enshrined; and Amida-do.
  146. Other buildings include a smaller hojo, a yokushitsu (bath house) and Kyozo (sutra repository) (all of the above buildings are Important Cultural Properties).
  147. Other buildings include the Homotsu-kan (treasure hall) (housing the National Treasure designated wall paintings) and the Chishaku-in Kaikan (accommodation facility).
  148. Other bus services, including those within the city
  149. Other bus stops around the station (about a five-minute walk) are Koka Joshi Gakuen-mae (Kyoto City Bus Route: 32, 73, 80; Kyoto Bus Co., Ltd. (for Kyoto Station - Gojo-dori Street - Arashiyama)) and Senshoji (Kyoto City Bus Route: Special 33; Keihan Kyoto Kotsu).
  150. Other business necessary for achieving the purpose.
  151. Other candidates for monks from ordinary people are invited at any time.
  152. Other cases over supreme command
  153. Other castles in the territory also fell due to the forces of the ikki, which led Yoshikiyo being locked up in the Sanuma-jo Castle along with his son Kiyohisa KIMURA.
  154. Other categories also follow the same convention of a descriptive name followed by the 詠 (ei) suffix.
  155. Other characteristics include the face line being shimo-bukure (a face line with lower parts of the face full-fleshed) and the mouth drawn as a red, small dot.
  156. Other characters of '刀抜' or '屠半' are used in some cases.
  157. Other cities including Kyoto and Sendai also began providing such information as a civic service in the same year.
  158. Other coins that Hideyoshi issued include Tensho Oban (1588) and Bunroku-suho (1592).
  159. Other comments
  160. Other company's bus.
  161. Other components of the rakugo stage
  162. Other comrades rented houses and stores in Kojimachi, Honjo, Ryogoku, Tsukiji, Minami Hacchobori Minatomachi, Fukagawa, and Kuroecho.
  163. Other concubines or lovers of Genji are Rokujo no Miyasudokoro, Utsusemi, Yugao, Suetsumuhana, Oborozukiyo, Hanachirusato, Akashi no Onkata, and so on.
  164. Other concubines spent the rest of their life in Ninomaru palace or Sakurada goyo yashiki (palace) quietly.
  165. Other conditions
  166. Other conjectures
  167. Other considerations about motive and ringleader
  168. Other contemporary educational institutions were Onmyo-ryo (Bureau of Divination), Tenyaku-ryo (Bureau of Medicine), and Uta-ryo (Bureau of Traditional Music), which were educational institutions for gikan (bureaucrats with specialized skills).
  169. Other contemporary poets were Shune, the Buddhist priest Eni (also known as Saigyo), Taikenmonin Horikawa and Imperial Princess Shikishi, while the dynastic poets who had composed prominent poems were Izumi Shikibu, Murasaki Shikibu, OE no Masafusa and FUJIWARA no Kinto.
  170. Other contingent taxes were imposed for constructing public buildings and important ceremonies.
  171. Other corps later joined as well, including Kiheitai, and in March 1865 they ousted the leader of the moderate faction, Tota MUKUNASHI, and seized power in the clan.
  172. Other countries
  173. Other countries such as the U.S.A., Germany, Korea and China also have similar types of entertainment; however, no performance where nori-tsukkomi and dotsuki (hitting your partner) are seen in these countries due to cultural differences.
  174. Other cultural properties
  175. Other cultural properties include the principal image statue of the Thousand-Armed Kannon, a statue of the founding priest, and folding screens with images of bamboo forests painted by Okyo MARUYAMA.
  176. Other cultural property
  177. Other dams that were once on postage stamps are all major large dams in Japan: Sakuma Dam (the Tenryu-gawa River), Ogochi Dam (the Tama-gawa River), Kurobe Dam (the Kurobe-gawa River), and Nukui Dam (the Takiyama-gawa River).
  178. Other day (Lunar New Year, April 1, November 3,others): 1.4%(124)
  179. Other days and years (except the first anniversary of one's death) are counted in the same way.
  180. Other definitions
  181. Other denotations
  182. Other descendants of the Emperor
  183. Other descendants of the emperor's eldest son
  184. Other descendents include Chokuhitsu School.
  185. Other descriptions about the colors, names, and the like are parenthesized at the end of each line.
  186. Other designs include those related to the banryu-mon design, to the ryu or hoo design, to the soryu-mon design and to the ryu-mon design.
  187. Other details about Mototsugi are unavailable.
  188. Other details about Nagamune are unavailable.
  189. Other diaries written during the same period are "Shoyuki" (FUJIWARA no Sanesuke) and "Midokanpakuki" (FUJIWARA no Michinaga).
  190. Other differences include honorific title for shinuchi (star performer): shisho (master) in rakugo and sensei (teacher) in kodan.
  191. Other different types of foods include konjac, squid, meatballs, lotus roots stuffed with meat, and hamburgers are also cooked using the teriyaki method.
  192. Other disciples include The 1st Zoroku HAMAMURA, Kyoshu MAEKAWA, Ennen YO, Seichi YABU, Shunmin TO, Okuzan INAGE, Baizan FUTAMURA and Iryo GEN.
  193. Other dishes are well known, such as Takana chahan, fried rice with takanazuke as an ingredient, Takana meshi (rice with takanazuke), the specialty of Aso, and Meharizushi, large sushi wrapped in the uncut pickled leaves of takana.
  194. Other district types than listed on the database are taken from the System of "Preservation Districts for Groups of Historic Buildings" (see the section on the External Links).
  195. Other districts
  196. Other doto (temples and pagodas) were built and improvements were made by emperors and empresses, and the Fujiwara family, at a later date.
  197. Other dramas
  198. Other dwellings in the Paleolithic period
  199. Other early kilns were built all over Japan such as Suita 32nd kiln in Suita City, Okugatani kiln in Okayama Prefecture, Miyayama 1st kiln and Mitani-Saburo-Ike Seigan (west bank) kiln in Kagawa Prefecture and Yamaguma kiln in Yasumachi, Fukuoka Prefecture.
  200. Other eels such as European eels and American eels are also eaten mainly as aspic dishes in various regions, mostly in southern Europe such as Italy, Spain and France.
  201. Other entertainers often mentioned that they also experienced psychical phenomena in the dressing rooms, while the land in which the theater stood was surrounded by temples and was said to have been a cemetery before.
  202. Other episodes
  203. Other equipment
  204. Other examples followed, including burning combustion gas from reverberatory furnaces or gas carbon in mines for illumination.
  205. Other examples include Mt. Everest, Jade Dragon Snow Mountain, and Uluru (Ayers Rock) are worshiped by Sherpas in Tibet, the Nakhi in Yunnan Province, China, and Australian Aborigines as their holy mountain, respectively.
  206. Other examples of acceptance of enka music in other countries include the fact that the national anthem and pops of Ethiopia, Africa, are very similar to Japanese enka songs in terms of yona nuki scale and singing style.
  207. Other examples of metaphors of the moon in "Manyoshu" include expressions such as 'Tsukihito (moon person)' and 'Sasarae otoko (little beautiful boy).'
  208. Other examples of shaving eyebrows are often seen in pictures and ukiyoe prints depicting girls from around age 2 to 12 produced from the end of the Edo period to the Meiji period.
  209. Other examples that still exist today include, kaya fushin (yane fushin) and mizo fushin.
  210. Other examples where the torii gate mark is typically used include the map and a sign for banning urination and the unlawful dumping of garbage.
  211. Other exceptions
  212. Other existent manuscripts are seven chapters of "The Pillow Book Ekotoba (story in pictures)" made in the late Kamakura period, consisting of emaki (a picture scroll) with hakubyoga (ink line painting), and Sankanbon manuscript seems to have been used for the notes.
  213. Other facilities
  214. Other facilities Seiunryo, Restaurant Sekisuitei, Monument of Thomas Edison, Kyurei tea room, Youth orientated cultural and physical education centre (Nampokan accommodation), Kyuhoan (tea room), Seihoden (function room, meeting room, bar) and so on).
  215. Other facilities in the area include the Kyotanabe City Central Library, JA Kyoto Yamashiro, Commerce and Industry House and the Tanabe Public Health Center.
  216. Other facilities in the park
  217. Other factors contributing to the origin of nyonin kinsei
  218. Other factors of note
  219. Other facts
  220. Other facts of interest
  221. Other families
  222. Other families from the Ogasawara clan
  223. Other families of the same clan included the Mikawa Matsui clan, Tanba Matsui clan, Totomi Matsui clan, and Omi Matsui clan.
  224. Other families referred to themselves as 'MATSUDAIRA'.
  225. Other famous 'The Tale of Genji Emaki' includes those by Naonobu KANO, by Morikage KUSUMI, and by Eisen KANO.
  226. Other famous Kyoka poets include Kanko AKERA and Meshimori YADOYA (Masamochi ISHIKAWA).
  227. Other famous Utakai Hajime include the one held by the Reizei family (descended from a Court noble).
  228. Other famous Yuhitsushu are Ryosei MYOIN, Sekian TAKEI, Choan KUSUNOKI, Yukan MATSUI of the Oda government, and Soze WAKU, Nagatoshi YAMANAKA, Yoshitaka KINOSHITA of the Toyotomi government.
  229. Other famous pictures concerned include "Pictures of Children in Chosen Tsushinshi" drawn by Itcho HANABUSA, a painter at that time, and "A folding screen depicting a houseboat carrying Chosen Tsushinshi" handed down in the Kishu Domain.
  230. Other features include old European lamps and chairs with a velvet-covered seats, which have remained unchanged since the cafe opened.
  231. Other fields used for farming total 368 ha, and are used for general farming.
  232. Other films starring Bando were "Koi Yamahiko Doto no maki" (Koi Yamahiko - Surging Waves) and "Chikemuri Takadanobaba" (Blood Spattered at Takadanobaba) also directed by Masahiro MAKINO, at the end of 1937.
  233. Other flavors of dango
  234. Other flavors of the season
  235. Other folk events having a characteristic of the preliminary celebration include events of Niwataue (literally, rice planting in the garden) such as 'Secchutaue (literally, race planting in snow)' in Yoshida, Yokote City, Akita Prefecture and 'Enburi (a rice planting dance named after a tool for rice field preparation)' in Hachinohe City, Aomori Prefecture.
  236. Other food on the menu
  237. Other footprints were left when the giant put his feet on the peak area of Mt. Ino (in central area in Kagawa Prefecture) to discharge his urine.
  238. Other forbidden pictures of the mysterious world are also shown in the article 'Atsutane's Studies on unworldly men' in the same magazine.
  239. Other former hokumen no bushi from the Toba insei era included:
  240. Other fruit daifuku include chestnut daifuku, orange daifuku, peach daifuku, melon daifuku, and blueberry daifuku.
  241. Other functions of jinya
  242. Other genres of literature which appear in the diary are histories of temples and shrines, narratives, and war tales, and moreover some works were already dispersed and lost, so you can know them only through "Sanetaka Koki."
  243. Other gifts in the past included small models of the bowls used in the shops.
  244. Other gods were born from these tears.
  245. Other governmental bodies included judicial and educational departments such as courts, corrections, orphanages, police academies, transportation, port authority, monopoly bureaus, Taihoku Imperial University, schools of all levels, agricultural and forestry research stations.
  246. Other groups were scattered throughout Japan.
  247. Other gyudon chains offered new or alternative menus.
  248. Other halls were also rebuilt around this period.
  249. Other han bills exchangeable for coins included kinsatsu (exchangeable for gold coins) and zenisatsu (exchangeable for copper coins).
  250. Other historical materials has not remained, however.
  251. Other historical sources of the same era include "Azuma Kagami."
  252. Other images are severely peeled and display conspicuous graffiti dating from the end of the Edo period, but they remain valuable remnants of late-Heian period-Kamakura period artwork.
  253. Other images of Akudaikan
  254. Other images of EN no Ozuno
  255. Other important Chinese historical works not considered official histories:
  256. Other important Korean historical works not considered official histories:
  257. Other important works of Japanese history not considered official histories:
  258. Other incomplete remains of bronze sutra cases, Buddha statues, reflected images and hanging Buddha images
  259. Other information
  260. Other information from such material is also completely different from information of other materials, so such material are considered as unreliable for historical studies.
  261. Other ingredients include azuki beans and powdered tea.
  262. Other ingredients such as an azuki beans and powdered tea are added in some cases.
  263. Other instruments developed by Michio MIYAGI are tangoto (short stringed instrument), which was developed for education and promotion purpose, and super-large hachijugen (80-stringed instrument), which was produced on a trial basis.
  264. Other items specified in this article includes establishment of ekiden-sei (the transportation system).
  265. Other kabane included konikishi which was given to the Royal Families of Baekje after fleeing to Japan due to the fall of their country.
  266. Other kagura continue to practice either the whole or part of traditional Shimotsuki kagura but are not mentioned here.
  267. Other kajin (waka poet) who are known to have participated include ONAKATOMI no Yoshinobu, FUJIWARA no Koreshige, FUJIWARA no Sanekata, SONE no Yoshitada, FUJIWARA no Atsunobu, FUJIWARA no Akimasa, FUJIWARA no Michitsuna, FUJIWARA no Michinaga, and FUJIWARA no Tadanobu.
  268. Other kanji allocated to express Mishaguji include 御社宮司 and 御左口.
  269. Other kanji characters have been used to represent Koguchi, such as '小口.'
  270. Other karaoke companies entered the industry one after another.
  271. Other katarimono (a traditional style of narrative recitation) such as sekkyo-bushi (literally, "sermon ballads") were also substantial, which resulted in the prosperity of joruri (a type of dramatic recitation accompanied by a shamisen) in the early-modern period.
  272. Other kinds of Kuyo include Kuyo for animals and Kuyo for utensils other than animals, such as Hari Kuyo (a memorial service for dull and broken needles).
  273. Other kinds of ningyo joruri
  274. Other kinds of toppings are frequently added along with mochi.
  275. Other kofun with a square front whose tip opens like a plectrum include Yakuyama No. 1 Kofun Tumulus in Ibogawa-cho, Hyogo Prefecture; Gongenyama No. 51 Kofun Tumulus in the same prefecture; Tsubai Otuskayama-kofun Tumulus in Yamashiro-cho, Kyoto Prefecture; and Urama Chausuyama-kofun Tumulus in Okayama City.
  276. Other legacies
  277. Other lineages
  278. Other lines included in this Article are Imoarai Junkan Line (Circulating Line through Imoarai), once operated as a line related to the Uji-Yodo Route via Ogura, as well as shuttle services provided mid-course for Yodoguchi.
  279. Other lines of the Takanashi clan are said to have moved to Owari Province, Tango Province or Sagami Province.
  280. Other liquors
  281. Other literary works
  282. Other literature
  283. Other literature lists Kasama Inari-jinja Shrine, Takekoma-jinja Shrine, and Saijo Inari Temple as candidates.
  284. Other low-quality coins, such as those minted during the war era of Southern Sung Dynasty and coins in Ming as well, were handled in the same way.
  285. Other major Ryoge no kan (posts outside the original Ritsuryo code created by Imperial edicts)
  286. Other major events, including the return of political power to the Emperor by the Tokugawa shogunate in 1867, the end of Hakodate War in 1869, and Haihan-chiken (abolition of feudal domains and establishment of prefectures) in 1871, could also be counted as ground-breaking events.
  287. Other major members include Fumio YANO, Morikazu NUMA, Tsuyoshi INUKAI, Yukio OZAKI, Hisoka MAEJIMA, Kazuo HATOYAMA, Saburo SHIMADA, Katsundo MINOURA.
  288. Other major sengoku daimyo include the Uragami clan (Muramune URAGAMI) in Bizen, the Ukita clan (Naoie UKITA) also in Bizen and so on.
  289. Other major stations used by more than 10,000 people a day include, in descending order, Itami Station (West Japan Railway Company), used by about 21,000 people; Kawanishiikeda Station, used by about 20,000 people; Sanda Station (Hyogo Prefecture), used by about 16,000 people; and Shin-Sanda Station, used by about 14,000 people.
  290. Other maneuvers include 'yokoshakuri' in which the danjiri is swayed sideways, 'tateshakuri' in which the 'danjiri' is swayed forward and backward by using the principle of leverage, and moving it forward and backward.
  291. Other material
  292. Other materials are necessary to advocate the enthronement theory positively.
  293. Other materials include a soot-colored bamboo (susudake), which was a member of the ceiling of a fireplace or a roof-ceiling that had been smoked for a long time, and wood of different trees.
  294. Other materials state that when he was in Edo he would hang out in Isami KONDO's kendo training hall, the Shieikan training hall, but when KONDO had all the members of Shieikan training hall staying in Kyoto bring weapons to him, SAITO was not included among the members.
  295. Other materials such as muslin, silk and hemp are also used.
  296. Other materials they lectured on included the "Shiki" (a Chinese history book), "Monzen" (Wen-hsen, Ancient Chinese Poems) and "Roshi Dotokukyo" (Lao-tzu - The Way and its Virtue).
  297. Other matters
  298. Other matters which were told for a long time.
  299. Other meanings
  300. Other meanings, such as working on an issue with two different approaches or doing two things simultaneously, are also derived from handling a weapon in each hand.
  301. Other meanings:
  302. Other measures
  303. Other measures are also taken to suppress the Maillard reaction: boiling soybeans instead of steaming, or regulating the kind or amount of koji.
  304. Other members
  305. Other members escaped and found shelter in the residence of Satsuma Clan.
  306. Other members included Naohiro NABESHIMA, Toshitsugu MAEDA, Toshiatsu MAEDA, Nagatomo KURODA, Tadabumi TORII, Sumihiro OMURA, Mototoshi MORI and so on.
  307. Other members of the Imperial family.
  308. Other members of the Miyoshi clan also died in the battlefield or were executed, including Nagahide MIYOSHI.
  309. Other members of the forces
  310. Other members who arrived in Asake-no-kori with Prince Otsu were OKIDA no Esaka, NANIWA no Mitsuna, KOMADA no Oshihito, YAMAHE no Yasumaro, OHARITA no Ite, HATSUKASHIBE no Shiki, OKIDA no Wakaomi, and NE no Kanemi.
  311. Other members who arrived in Asake-no-kori with Prince Otsu were OKIDA no Esaka, NANIWA no Mitsuna, KOMADA no Oshihito, YAMAHE no Yasumaro, OHARITA no Ite, HATSUKASHIBE no Shiki, OKIDA no Wakaomi, and NURIBE no Tomose.
  312. Other members who arrived in Asake-no-kori with Prince Otsu were OKIDA no Esaka, NANIWA no Mitsuna, KOMADA no Oshihito, YAMAHE no Yasumaro, OHARITA no Ite, OKIDA no Wakaomi, NE no Kanemi, and NURIBE no Tomose.
  313. Other members who were involved in drafting of the Constitution, namely Kowashi INOUE, Miyoji ITO, and Kentaro KANEKO, were critical of transcendentalism.
  314. Other men of Mito Group were played by actors with large build and sinister looks, and they seemed more like bandits rather than yakuzas.
  315. Other men of Mito Group were shown simply as yakuza-like villains.
  316. Other miko
  317. Other military commanders who took part in the battle (all of whom were of the Taira clan): TAIRA no Tomomori, Tsunemori, Norimori, Noritsune, Sukemori, Arimori, Yukimori, Tokitada, Kiyomune, and Kagekiyo.
  318. Other military commanders who took part in the battle: Kagetoki KAJIWARA, the monk Tanzo, Michinobu KONO, and Yukitsuna TADA.
  319. Other mimizuka
  320. Other moderate busho (Japanese military commander) who watched the scene also gave up on the future of the Toyotomi family and left Osaka Castle.
  321. Other mushrooms and herbs with little cashability were directed towards personal consumption.
  322. Other name: the Flower Temple
  323. Other names
  324. Other names are Amenokagaseo and Kagaseo.
  325. Other names for Kyo-gashi
  326. Other names for the chapters of "The Tale of Genji" are as follows:
  327. Other names he used were Chisokuindono (Master Chisokuin) and Zenko.
  328. Other names include Ogane, Kosho, Horo, Geisho, Kyogei, Kagei, etc.
  329. Other names of Amenohoakari
  330. Other names of taikodai are taiko, futon-daiko (mattress drum), chosa, chosai, senzairaku, yassa, yotsu-daiko (literally, four drums), futon-mikoshi (literally, mattress portable shrine), mikoshi-daiko (literally, portable shrine drum), futon-danjiri, and taiko-yama, and the general terms are yatai and taiko-yatai.
  331. Other names of the months
  332. Other names: Hoko-ji Temple, Gango-ji Temple (both former names)
  333. Other names: Kunki and Kuniyuki
  334. Other names: Miketsu no Okami (God of Kehi), Kora Tamatare no Kami.
  335. Other nearby historic sites
  336. Other network connection services
  337. Other new types of yokan such as Kingyoku-kan (transparent jelly containing agar and sugar), Awayuki (confection of meringue jellified with agar), and Mizore-kan (jelly containing agar, sugar and glutinous rice flour) also appeared in this period.
  338. Other nito-ryu
  339. Other non-Japanese composers who favor it include mostly German-speaking musicians such as Klaus HUBER (Switzerland) and Robert H.P. PLATZ (Germany), other than John CAGE (U.S.A.) and Paul MEFANO (France).
  340. Other notable details concerning Sawayama-jo Castle
  341. Other notable details concerning the Settsu-Genji
  342. Other notable mausoleums include Abraham LINCOLN's tomb in Springfield, Illinois.
  343. Other notable people from the Kainosho clan:
  344. Other notes
  345. Other notions of Kegare (a sense of discomfort) which have been established since ancient times in Japan can be seen in people's ordinary life.
  346. Other obi
  347. Other official notices were issued on several occasions to exempt sakuto from a portion of their land tax, thereby comforting them.
  348. Other opinions: 14 times, 15 times, 16 times and 18 times
  349. Other organizations and circles experienced similar schisms and fragmentations.
  350. Other palaces includes Kashiwabara Goten, Iba Goten and Minakuchi-jo Castle Goten in Omi region.
  351. Other participants were Genpaku SUGITA and Genzui UDAGAWA who were Gentaku's teachers and already famous for the translation of "Kaitai Shinsho" (the historic Japanese translation of a Dutch anatomical text).
  352. Other parts of the sea floor around the island form a flat continental shelf approx. 100m below the surface of the sea.
  353. Other parts than the book of comparison
  354. Other people discard the remaining soba sauce and use the fresh soba sauce to mix with sobayu.
  355. Other people insist that if the law was not important, Tsunayoshi would not have left such a will and there was no need for the Confucian scholar Hakuseki ARAI to declare the abolition of the law.
  356. Other people who were considered possible models for Hikaru Genji were Sadaijin MINAMOTO no Takaakira of Daigo-Genji (Minamoto clan), Emperor Koko, FUJIWARA no Michinaga, FUJIWARA no Korechika, MINAMOTO no Hikaru (a court noble), Emperor Saga and so on.
  357. Other personnel affairs
  358. Other persons
  359. Other physical usage and function
  360. Other pieces, including paintings, have been deposited with Tokyo and Kyoto National museums.
  361. Other places have also been released in recent years, in accordance with women's social progress and the discussion of 'nyonin kaikin (release for women) that followed.
  362. Other places in Kamigyo Ward include Shokoku-ji Temple, Kitano Tenman-gu Shrine, Doshisha University Campus, and Kyoto Prefectural Government.
  363. Other places named as the birthplace of ehomaki include Wakayama Prefecture (Kii Province) and Shiga Prefecture (Omi Province), but neither is definite.
  364. Other poets also became active in the movement-poets who possessed their own original style of prose.
  365. Other poets of this period are Emperor Tenmu, Emperor Jito, Prince Otsu, Oku no Himemiko, and Prince Shiki, and so on.
  366. Other points to be noted
  367. Other popular kamameshi
  368. Other posts included "koshogumi" in charge of security of the shogun and "shoinban" who was responsible for security in the shogun's sleeping chamber and other parts of the castle (who also was the second army captain of a shogunate troop at times of war).
  369. Other powers of that time also feared Ishiyama's military power and avoided a conflict with Hongan-ji Temple by such ways as allying with it.
  370. Other prefectures in the Kansai region
  371. Other prevailing theories include the one which says 'San' is Emperor Nintoku and 'Chin' is Emperor Hanzei and another one which says 'San' is Emperor Ojin and 'Chin' is Emperor Nintoku.
  372. Other princes and powerful families followed his action.
  373. Other principal items in the collection
  374. Other prisoners respected him as 'ronanushi' (head of prisoners) for these acts and his boss person character.
  375. Other problems of heirs of Shoguns
  376. Other production areas are Fukushima, Nagano, Niigata, Akita and Shizuoka.
  377. Other products made by almost the same process of manufacture as furikake are 'ochazuke no moto' (rice with green tea mix) on which green tea is poured after it is sprinkled on top of rice, and 'onigiri no moto' (rice ball mix) that consists of rice sprinkled with furikake that is then mixed and made into a ball.
  378. Other prominent Soh musicians during the Edo period were as follows.
  379. Other prominent figures who supported the movement included Gen Puku (Yan Fu).
  380. Other prominent haiku poets
  381. Other provinces' fudoki should have existed, but at present, some of such fudoki can be known only in the itsubun (lost writings) referred to in books of later era.
  382. Other railroads
  383. Other readings of his name were 'Teuchi' and 'Tegashiwa'.
  384. Other reasons are that players are not required to worry about an incident where ito is broken while playing, and that its price is less expensive compared with the silk product.
  385. Other recipes are described below.
  386. Other records write that he died in 1502.
  387. Other red brick structures in the neighborhood
  388. Other regional roads
  389. Other regions
  390. Other relatives: Nobusuke KISHI (a bureaucrat, statesman, Prime Minister), Eisaku SATO (a bureaucrat, statesman, Prime Minister)
  391. Other religions
  392. Other religious matsuri
  393. Other remaining court nobility residences in and around Kyoto Gyoen
  394. Other renowned features include 'urakumado,' which is a window with tightly arranged small bamboo slats, and 'koyomibari,' which is a wainscot papered with old calendars.
  395. Other representative temples that enshrine Aizen Myoo
  396. Other results
  397. Other results of toshi could be explained as a chance or a sharpened ordinary observation skill.
  398. Other rituals that use fire include the "okuribi" bonfire held on the last night of the Bon festival and the "toronagashi" ceremony where paper lanterns are floated down a river.
  399. Other routes of Kyoto Bus that run through Kitaoji-dori Street are routes that start at Demachiyanagi Station and are bound for Ishihara, Shizuhara, and Kumogahata, but their buses stop at 'Kitaoji Station' bus stop on Kitaoji-dori Street without running into this terminal.
  400. Other sake, after being processed with such steps, is usually stored for a while in order to draw out umami, mellowness and deep taste.
  401. Other schools
  402. Other schools frequently use a fukuro shinai equipped with a tsuba made from cowhide, koyori (string made from twisted paper), or other materials.
  403. Other seasonal features that irome were named after include insects such as jewel beetle, terrestrial phenomena such as ice and the first snow of the year, in addition to colors such as shiragasane (white layers) and akairo (red color) as well as landscapes such as kareno (withered fields).
  404. Other sects
  405. Other sects derived from the Soto sect
  406. Other sekitai include a belt with blue stones (lazurite) which was used daily by the Emperor and which was one of the Shoso-in treasures.
  407. Other serving suggestions
  408. Other shigos given to monks were the Daishi-go title and the Zenji-go title.
  409. Other shingu
  410. Other shiokara natto include 'Tenryuji natto (natto made in Tenryu-ji Temple), 'Ikkyuji natto' (natto made in Ikkyu-ji Temple) and 'Hama-natto' (natto made in Hamamatsu City).
  411. Other shochu
  412. Other shrines
  413. Other shrines hold events according to the following schedule.
  414. Other shrines which enshrine Hideyoshi as main gods other than the one in Kyoto city are following; Toyokuni Shrine (in Osaka city), Toyokuni Shrine (in Nagahama city) and Toyokuni Shrine (in Nagoya city).
  415. Other shrines within the precincts are located to the north of the main shrine.
  416. Other shrines within the precincts.
  417. Other side dishes (fried chicken, deep frying, stewed dishes, pickled vegetables, soba noodles, udon noodles, ramen noodles, jellies, puddings, cakes, sweet potatoes, juices)
  418. Other sightseeing spots include the Aka Renga Museum having a collection of bricks from all over the world and the Maizuru Municipal Administrative Museum exhibiting the history and customs of Maizuru City.
  419. Other significant objects within the temple grounds include a slab engraved with a Kyoshi TAKAHAMA haiku and a stone monument engraved with the writings of Jiro OSARAGI.
  420. Other smiths in Kunitomo took the name Shigetomi.
  421. Other sobagaki variations
  422. Other sobriquets included Shinen (深円), Keirinbo, and Shojinin (精進院).
  423. Other social standings of hatamoto include Koke (a master of ceremony; honorable family) and Kobushin-gumi (samurai without official appointments who receive small salaries).
  424. Other soldiers needed to have a self-defence weapon, and they had mainly Katana with them.
  425. Other sources including Nanbo OTA's "Hannichi Kanwa" and "Kumo no Ito" and Kyozan IWASE's "Otomizakki jo" point that the population of towns people exceeded the one million mark and reached 1,285,300 by June 1786 (Tenmei 6) or May 1787 (Tenmei), t.
  426. Other special income included Reisen (礼銭) and Buichisen (分一銭).
  427. Other special techniques (portamento, flutter-tonguing, glissando, trill, etc.) are under development.
  428. Other species
  429. Other species of trees growing in the woods were also registered one by one as precious future timber and controlled by the domain or Daikan (local governor).
  430. Other speculations
  431. Other spots
  432. Other square barrows are also concentrated in Izumo.
  433. Other stall forms, a store setup in the converted bed of a small motor truck and a special purpose dinning car, are considered street stall vendors.
  434. Other stations located within Maizuru City: Nishi-Maizuru station, Magura station, Matsunoodera Station, Shisho station, Shinonome station (Kyoto Prefecture) Tango-Kanzaki station.
  435. Other stations named 'Kyoto'
  436. Other statues
  437. Other statues include the Eleven-faced Kannon which is the eighth site on the Rakuyo Kannon Pilgrimage of 33 Temples in Kyoto City.
  438. Other statues known to date from the same period consist of that at Koki-ji Temple in Kanan-cho, Osaka Prefecture (two armed seated statue) and that at Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu Shrine in Kamakura (two armed seated statue) which is inscribed with the year 1266.
  439. Other stories, such as "The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter," which is said to be earliest tale written in kana, were also included.
  440. Other structures
  441. Other structures, etc.
  442. Other styles include as follows:
  443. Other subjects
  444. Other subsequent commentaries contain numerous quotations from FUJIWARA no Koreyuki's commentary.
  445. Other supernatural beings that resemble in characters and behavior include one-eyed goblin (one-eyed monster).
  446. Other supernatural mirrors
  447. Other surnames given to imperial families include Ariwara, Taira etc.
  448. Other systems, including a transportation system called Ekidensei for conveying information between the capital and local regions without delay, were also adopted to form the Ritsuryo system.
  449. Other teacher training institutions
  450. Other technical points are listed.
  451. Other techniques
  452. Other tekiya organizations include Iijima-kai and Anegasaki-kai.
  453. Other temples
  454. Other temples imitated this and came to enshrine this Sonjin (to worship God or it refers to the God which is worshipped).'
  455. Other temples were later constructed in the Shirakawa area, and these became collectively known as the "Six Victorious Temples".
  456. Other temples: Chokyu-ji Temple (Ikoma City, Nara Prefecture), Chofuku-ji Temple (Ikoma City, Nara Prefecture) and Ensho-ji Temple (Ikoma City, Nara Prefecture)
  457. Other temples: Myotsu-ji Temple (Obama City, Fukui Prefecture); Jigan-in Temple (Izumisano City, Osaka Prefecture); Hatsuuma-dera Temple (Tsu City, Mie Prefecture); Rinsho-ji Temple (Sennan City, Osaka Prefecture)
  458. Other terms, such as '次詞' (次詞, "Fukurozoshi" by FUJIWARA no Kiyosuke), 'makurakotoba' (枕言, "落書露見" by Ryoshun IMAGAWA), and 'kanji' (冠辞, "Kanjiko" by KAMO no Mabuchi) were also used to express the same meaning.
  459. Other than "Bisha Shinjiroku", the "Kai Kosekiko"is rich in regional flavor.
  460. Other than 'Gumeihosshinshu' (literally, spiritual awakening of those who are folly and in lost), Jokei wrote many books on the Hosso, the Ritsu, and the Miroku worship.
  461. Other than 'tokogake,' there is a type of kakejiku hung in a Buddhist alter.
  462. Other than Buddhism, one can find many descriptions about the belief that one can escape suffering and receive relief by invoking the names of gods and buddhas in the sacred books of Taoism.
  463. Other than Emperor Seimu as his older maternal half-brother, he had five younger maternal half-brothers, five younger maternal half-sisters, and 68 paternal half-brothers (of these, only 46 had their names handed down) such as YAMATO Takeru no Mikoto.
  464. Other than Hidemasa, there were close advisers of Nobunaga including Nagayori SUGAYA, Hidekatsu FUKUTOMI, Nagamasa OTSU, Iesada YABE, Hidekazu HASEGAWA and Sigemoto MANMI.
  465. Other than Hinatamon, a crest only the outline of which is resist-dyed called 'Inmon' is used for an informal occasion.
  466. Other than Indian dishes, similar dishes from Southeast Asian countries are called by the name of 'curry' in Japan such as 'Thai curry' or 'Java curry.'
  467. Other than Ishibutai, it used to be locally called 'Ishifutoya' (a large stone), 'Ishibuta' (a stone lid) and so on.
  468. Other than JR groups, there are some private railway companies in some regions.
  469. Other than Japan, porridge is also commonly eaten in Southeast Asian countries including Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand.
  470. Other than Japanese traditional combs, Spanish combs (comb made of tortoise shell with splendid ornaments attached) were popular in karyukai (world of geisha) during the Meiji period.
  471. Other than Kaoru himself, five people, Hikaru Genji, Kashiwagi who was the real father, Onna Sannomiya who was his mother, Kojiju (Onna Sannomiya's waiting maid), and Ben (court lady for Hachinomiya, cousin of Kojiju) knew the secret of Kaoru's birth, and Yugiri also knew the situation to a certain extent.
  472. Other than Kiminobu ANEGAKOJI, Kinuji OGIMACHISANJO, Kinkane SANJO, and Kintoshi SANJO as his younger brothers, there were Koen and Kintake who became the Tendai-zasu (head priest of the Tendai sect), and Kinshin who became the Ishiyama-zasu (head priest of the Ishiyama sect).
  473. Other than Kojiki
  474. Other than Kugyo and lords, former hatamoto (direct retainers of the Edo bakufu) holding more than 1,000 koku territory, who became direct retainers of the Emperor in May of the same year joined.
  475. Other than Kuromisu & Yuka, musicians play sitting on a board which placed upon the stage, and their performances are called "Debayashi" or "Degatari."
  476. Other than Kyoto
  477. Other than Man, his father's brothers include Shiro NOMURA (Kanze-ryu shite kata (main roles of the Kanze school) and Mannosuke NOMURA (kyogen kata (comic actors)).
  478. Other than Nara Prefecture, in Tokushima Prefecture, in Hokuriku region and in Chubu region remain the legends of Nozuchi.
  479. Other than Nichiren sect/Hokke sect
  480. Other than Nobel Prize natural science field (Asian prize winners other than Japanese are omitted.)
  481. Other than Shoshi who became Empress, Reizei had various wives such as FUJIWARA no Koretada (FUJIWARA no Motokata's first son)'s daughter, FUJIWARA no Kaishi, but there were no sons yet and the selection of a Crown Prince was of immediate concern.
  482. Other than Shoshi, who left the SOGA clan's blood to the Imperial family was only SOGA no Kitashihime, SOGA no Inam's daughter, as tracking back the history.
  483. Other than Shuto product that uses bonitos, there are new products that use tuna, sake (Chum salmon), sea bream, or pike (fish) are now appearing on the market.
  484. Other than Sosetsu, who was disowned, his three other sons are founders of the Mushanokojisen family (second son: Shoshu ICHIO), the Omotesen family (third son: Sosa KOSHIN), and the Urasen family (fourth son: Soshitsu SENSO).
  485. Other than TOGI, there is also a performance group that uses Gagaku instruments and an art group that creates modern Gagaku music with a focus on the analysis and study of music theory, etc.
  486. Other than Tamahagane, pig iron (Sentetsu) which contains a lot of carbon, and pure iron called Hocho tetsu also undergo Tsumi wakashi and Shita-gitae processing mentioned below.
  487. Other than Uchimizu conducted by people, some municipalities additionally pave roads in order to improve water retention capacity or sprinkle water by sprinkler trucks.
  488. Other than Yasutsuna, SANJO Kokaji Munechika in Yamashiro (capital) and Tomonari KOBIZEN are regarded as the oldest sword craftsmen whose names are on existing work.
  489. Other than a beverage, it is used for cream and so on.
  490. Other than a method of chewing raw ingredient, there are a method of chewing cooked ingredient and a method of chewing oxidized ingredient.
  491. Other than a mouth at the top of its head, there are no eyes or a nose and it looks almost like a hammer ('tsuchiつち' or 'zuchiづち') without a grip.
  492. Other than a unit for the area of a space, there is a unit used for measuring the volume of earth and sand called ryu-tsubo which is defined by the space of 6 shaku cubic.
  493. Other than a washtub, there are some variations that use a cooking bowl or an 18-liter drum.
  494. Other than above, it describes an abnormal change of the sky as follows:
  495. Other than above, the distinctive points in the unique doctrines of the Sect are follows.
  496. Other than above, there are some views as follows.
  497. Other than above, we only know their rough design from the reproduction created by a painter, Koun SAKURAI in the Meiji period.
  498. Other than as a beverage, it is sometimes used instead of salt or soybean sauce as a seasoning for the purpose of salt reduction.
  499. Other than as mentioned above, directional screens such as 'Express (Yamato) Saidaiji,' 'This car only up to Miyamaki' and 'Semi Express Nara, this car only up to Miyamaki,' etc., as indicative of adding or disconnecting cars, are also installed.
  500. Other than at yakitori-ya restaurants, yakitori is often sold at the delicatessen section of supermarkets or at butchers, so that it can be eaten at home.
  501. Other than being active as an actor playing female roles that succeeds the art of Sojuro SAWAMURA VII, he is among the members of Yokozuna Promotion [Deliberation] Council.
  502. Other than being deeply linked with Buddhism, incense is also used in many religions.
  503. Other than bonito, tuna and mackerel may be used.
  504. Other than chicken, a dish made with beef or pork alone or together with tofu (bean curd) and seafood (oysters or codfish) is also called mizutaki sometimes.
  505. Other than chicken, pork and beef are also options.
  506. Other than classic Confucian writings, MIMURA read a wide variety of books including sharebon (witty books).
  507. Other than copper coins, there are silver coins called 'Bansen,' which have Chinese characters to express numbers incused on the back, and they are said to have been minted by Mito City.
  508. Other than curry and rice, the following curry-related dishes (or food) which are unique to Japan can be found.
  509. Other than doburo which he created as Zengoro the doburo master, there are various works of tea bowls, mukozuke (a dish placed on the far side of the rice and soup), and futamono (a lidded dish).
  510. Other than eaten as an accompaniment to a drink, recently various new recipes are invented by using it as a seasoning.
  511. Other than fairy tales, it is limited to fantasy or science fiction as literature, because it is an imaginary creature.
  512. Other than former Imperial Universities (8 persons)
  513. Other than four, it had been confirmed that Gafu numbered three also flew.
  514. Other than fresh beef and horsemeat, sashimi is also made using chicken breast meat.
  515. Other than hazenoki, there are bows that are made of Karaki (imported Chinese wood) such as Rosewood and Ebony, are present despite being few in numbers.
  516. Other than his famous huge decorative screen painting Wind God and Thunder God, he has some works in water ink.
  517. Other than his own forces he also had kachi (foot guards) (if they were from his own forces they were called kinju (attendants)), whose task was to guard him, and tsukaiban (messengers), whose task was to relay the orders.
  518. Other than in art, it is also expressed in deportments such as tea ceremony and flower arrangement; and methods to get a taste of the world of enlightenment have also been born.
  519. Other than in the early afternoon, trains bound for Fukuchiyama also use Platform 4.
  520. Other than kabunakama, there were cases where Myoga was imposed on people who constructed houses in an open space inside town or those who used river banks for docking space.
  521. Other than kido, some shukuba-machi had lights that lit all through the night.
  522. Other than letters, official documents of the time, such as ancient family registration system, calendar, keicho (the yearly tax registers), and Shibo-cho (record of the dead), were found.
  523. Other than military activities, he served as Shugoshiki (provincial constables) in Totomi Province or Yamashiro Province and Hikitsuke tonin (chairman of the court of justice); after the second Shogun Yoshiakira ASHIKAGA died in 1367, he entered priesthood.
  524. Other than official documents related to administration or judicial procedures, a considerable number of documents, such as letters, commercial correspondences, records, diaries, acts and deed, licenses to pass barrier stations, religious census certificates and documents related to community life were in 'sorobun' style.
  525. Other than plain haneri, those decorated with embroidery or even with embroidery and beads are available.
  526. Other than postcards, a return gift of an oseibo year-end gift could be sent too.
  527. Other than private farm houses, many examples can be found amongst temple/shrine buildings.
  528. Other than reserving it directly at the boat-keepers, it could be hired by nearby hotels or bus tours (such as hato bus in Tokyo).
  529. Other than restaurants
  530. Other than rice and malted rice, it is allowed to add other raw materials such as distilled alcohol, sugars, sour agents, umami-chomiryo (chemical seasoning) and sake lees on condition that the total weight of auxiliary materials does not exceed the weight of rice and malted rice.
  531. Other than sake in the initial stage in which sake was brewed as kuchikami-no-sake (sake by mouth-chewing) and kabi-no-sake (literally, sake from mold), sake brewing using koji was established by the beginning of the Nara period.
  532. Other than serving as a vice chairman of Heian Shodokai and a councilor of Nihon Bijutsu Kyokai (Japan Art Association), he also joined Nihon Shodo Gakuin, The Nippon Nanga-in incorporated Association and so on.
  533. Other than sesame seeds, the same kind of tofu may be prepared by using walnuts, peanuts, acorn fruits and so on.
  534. Other than shiroeri, there are almost countless numbers of color for haneri, such as red, yellow, blue, green, pink and purple, according to the colors of wafuku.
  535. Other than shrines
  536. Other than soba, vegetables, fresh fish and shellfish such as asari and shijimi, and such foodstuffs as tofu were sold.
  537. Other than soy sauce and sugar, there are few ingredients common between the American teriyaki sauce and the Japanese one.
  538. Other than specific name, there are various classifications by characteristic raw materials or manufacturing method.
  539. Other than starch, good-tasting rice does not have as much nutritional components such as protein.
  540. Other than such ingredients, as sake is brewed using many substances such as yeast and lactic acid bacterium, all of them are in certain cases called "ingredients for making sake."
  541. Other than sushi, there are also various selections including Japanese food and drinks such as sashimi, fried chicken, dumplings, rice wine and also tea, bread, cakes, fruit, chicken ramen noodles with red pepper, fried wheat noodles, tenpura.
  542. Other than that, Koto Ishikawa of Kyoto left pieces such as 'Yaegoromo' (An Eight-Fold Garment) and 'Shin Aoyanagi' (New Green Willow), which were extremely long and required very complicated techniques.
  543. Other than that, also, ooku exerted control so that no shogun having any member of the Imperial family or noble family as a maternal relative would appear.
  544. Other than that, controversies raised involving the Imperial Court and the bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun), even beyond schools and sects, such as the one claiming by Todai-ji Temple to recognize To-ji Temple and Daigo-ji Temple as its matsuji.
  545. Other than that, even though formal arrangements were not made, MINAMOTO no Tsunefusa (son of MINAMOTO no Takaaki; Meishi's biological younger brother and Michinaga acted as his guardian) and FUJIWARA no Kanetaka (Michikane's son) also were adopted in a similar manner.
  546. Other than that, he appeared on TV drama such as 'Oshin' and 'Tobu ga Gotoku' (NHK Historical drama).
  547. Other than that, he dedicated himself to develop the Tatsuno Domain by encouraging the production of 'light-colored soy sauce,' which is still one of the special local products in Tatsuno City.
  548. Other than that, he once wrote a supplementary reading material for Gakushuin Girls' Senior High School at the request of a disciple Utako SHIMODA.
  549. Other than that, it is also said that he stepped on top of his child because he could not bear the heat.
  550. Other than that, it's widely used in vinegared food, fried dishes, salads and tempura in some regions.
  551. Other than that, one theory says that it imitated 'tsukune' (meatballs) made by boiling or steaming minced chicken meat rounded in hen's egg-sized
  552. Other than that, opinion advocating abolishment of the Emperor and theory which states the revision of the name of era by the abdication of Emperor Showa and enthronement of the Crown Prince is appropriate, were advocated by Shigeru NANBARA, Soichi SASAKI, Yasuhiro NAKASONE, and others, but were backed by only some of the people.
  553. Other than that, pieces that have narratives are extremely rare.
  554. Other than that, soymilk can substitute for milk in many dishes.
  555. Other than that, the Chokinkaido-bon and the Shinryuhanin-bon are famous and often used as a model.
  556. Other than that, there are those who name Tadachika NAKAYAMA or MINAMOTO no Michichika.
  557. Other than that, there remains "Rennyo Shonin Goichidai-ki Kikigaki (Rennyo Shonin Goichidai Kikigaki)" (316 items in total), which is a collection of writings based on Rennyo's actions and words recorded, transcribed and passed down by Rennyo's disciples after his death.
  558. Other than that, there was a system of assignments called otetsudai, and at the end of the Edo period some were ordered to defend the coast, so the Daimyo were always in a difficult position financially.
  559. Other than that, there was nagae gumi nida (provision transporters for the spear squad) (laborers).
  560. Other than that, there were teppo gumi nida (provision transporters for the gun squad) (laborers), and they fought in the shoot-out at the beginning of the battle.
  561. Other than that, those whose handles are made of ivory and have plectrum tips made of tortoise shell are also frequently used.
  562. Other than the Mizuno families who served as daimyo, there were some who served in the Owari Domain.
  563. Other than the Sixteenth Division, the Thirteenth and Fifteenth Divisions (Imperial Japanese Army) were established on April 1, 1905, and Fourteenth Division (Imperial Japanese Army) was established on July 6 of the same year.
  564. Other than the above lines, passengers can transfer to the following:
  565. Other than the above, 'Kanan Tenmoku' of North China, 'Korai Tenmoku' of Korea and 'Kikuka Tenmoku' (Seto-yaki [Seto ware]) of Japan are well-known.
  566. Other than the above, Hakuin also examined several other legends and recommended people to utter this scripture saying that although the scripture is gikyo, it has significant miraculous effects, and as such, with Hakuin's "Enmei Jikku Kannongyo Reigenki" the scripture became popular.
  567. Other than the above, Handayu-bushi and Geki-bushi were both integrated into Kato-bushi; and Osatsuma-bushi, which was integrated into Nagauta and Shigetayu-bushi, which split from Bungo-bushi and was integrated into jiuta, exist under different names.
  568. Other than the above, Igo matches were held in Igo Shorei Kai and Shishokai after separating from Hoensha.
  569. Other than the above, Miyazono-bushi (founded by Sonohachi MIYAKOJI, a disciple of Bungo no jo) was also derived from Miyakoji Bungo no jo.
  570. Other than the above, Rensho (UTSUNOMIYA Jisshin-bo) was said to have constantly followed Shoku and he compiled his mentor's lectures in "Sekigakubosho" in 2 volumes.
  571. Other than the above, Seoritsu-hime is worshipped in shrines of approximately five hundred places nationwide.
  572. Other than the above, Tenmon Kanmon submitted at the time of Tenmon misso (reporting unusual astronomical phenomena to the emperor) and Myobo Kanmon submitted by scholars of law on the occasion of criminal cases are well-known.
  573. Other than the above, Yoshizawa arranged many pieces for the kokyu and koto.
  574. Other than the above, a book which is considered to have been improved during the Muromachi period, such as the one owned by the Kyoto Prefectural Library and Archives, exists.
  575. Other than the above, a lot of contradictions have been found in relevant literature.
  576. Other than the above, a portable juzu that is composed of 36 beads or dai (big)-nenju called Hyakumanben-nenju are also used.
  577. Other than the above, a transcript possessed by the Imperial Household Archives, a transcript possessed by the Kyoto Prefectural Library and Archives, and a transcript possessed by The Kyoto University Library are existent.
  578. Other than the above, artist live performances and OB and OG lectures are held.
  579. Other than the above, beads which are called 'Deshidama' (disciple bead), 'Kikotomo,' 'Jomyo' (pure bead), 'Tsuyu' (dewdrop beads) and 'Fukudama' (sub bead) respectively are attached to tassels.
  580. Other than the above, direct trains from the Wakayama Line/Sakurai Line to JR Namba are also operating.
  581. Other than the above, facilities such as Shigunetto Hall (third and fourth floor), Memorial Road (third floor), horserace i-Spot (second floor), fast food plaza, kids room, and fan club (first floor) are also available.
  582. Other than the above, he actively increased female teachers, in the midst of the strong trend to keep out and disfavor female teachers, from the belief that "as long as an elementary school is an extension of home, maternal love is essential for cultivation of children".
  583. Other than the above, he also called himself Kinka, Shoho, Hoan or Mannen Sonso.
  584. Other than the above, no substantial changes were made in the operation of local trains while the distance of the operation of express trains (Rapid) was extended whenever the electrified section was extended.
  585. Other than the above, nuibukuro (the one that is made by sewing together the selvages of two textiles of kujira hassun [30cm]) and katanuibukuro (the one that is made by folding a textile of kujira jurokusun [60 cm] in half and sewing together both selvages) are also available.
  586. Other than the above, one thing especially worth mentioning is that removing leaves and stems is one of the essential farming techniques needed to make the smaller potatoes larger.
  587. Other than the above, other types, such as one where the tip becomes wider, were used historically.
  588. Other than the above, products made of whale bone were also often used previously.
  589. Other than the above, similar events are held in Kegon Sect, Shingon Sect and at some shrines.
  590. Other than the above, the fact that Shunko-den was also used as Osamedono was recorded in "Nihon koki" (Later Chronicle of Japan) (dated December 2nd of the fourth year of Jowa era) and "Sandaijitsuroku" (the sixth of the six classical Japanese history texts) (dated February 21st of the eighth year of the Gangyo era).
  591. Other than the above, the shuttle bus service for Kyoto Sangyo University is being operated on a reserve service basis, and from time to time buses for route bus service are used for route reserved bus service.
  592. Other than the above, there are calligrapher associations organized by regions and prefectures, and various societies (also called Shachu) presided by Shoka.
  593. Other than the above, there are descriptions in "Kiyu shoran" written by Kintei KITAMURA saying "in around 1829 in Edo from recently" and in "Shojitome" saying "July 1841, tanabata is celebrated in July annually."
  594. Other than the above, there are public baths and many people swim in a big bath using hot spring water in the same fashion as in a swimming pool (swimming is deemed as the breach of manners in Japan).
  595. Other than the above, there are several views on the origins of her name, such as the one that asserts it relates to spinning thread ('kukuru' also means 'bind strings'), the one that asserts it relates to 'kuguri (pass under water)' and she is a deity of water, and the one that asserts it is derived from 'kikiireru (accept a person's request).'
  596. Other than the above, there exists many kinds of painting works that are called 'mandala' regardless of being those of Buddhism or the Shinto Religion.
  597. Other than the above, there is a description in "Nihon Sandai Jitsuroku" stating that Sangaku was performed as the entertainment of goryo-e (ritual ceremony to repose of spirit of a deceased person).
  598. Other than the above, there is a practice of Tenshin (Chinese dumpling).
  599. Other than the above-described sacred sites, shrines where Izanami is enshrined include the following:
  600. Other than the above-mentioned, hotel and tourist information centers are established in front of the station, souvenir stores line the street along Uji-gawa River and the atmosphere is truly that of a famous tourist site.
  601. Other than the above-mentioned, it is believed that the Kosokabe clan in Tosa Province was a branch family of the Takeda clan.
  602. Other than the bronze statue of Corporal Goto, there stands a plate which reads, 'This is the place where Corporal Goto was found.', on the current Aomori Prefectural Highway 40, Aomori Tashiro Towada Line.
  603. Other than the checkpoints above, some documents and historical materials name the Kita-shirakawa entrance (the Imamichi michishita: the Higashiyama road), the Higashi-dera entrance (the Sanyo road), the Hossho-ji entrance (the Nankai road) and the Nishi-sanjo road (the Saga road) as one of the Nanakuchi.
  604. Other than the division into Toshoke and Jigeke, there were other divisions of families into Kyuka (families with a long family genealogy) and Shinke (families established during the Edo period); however, during the reign of Emperor Sakuramachi (1735-1747), it was forbidden to establish a new family without permission.
  605. Other than the fare systems described above, vehicles used as taxis are classified by car types and fares differ from class to class.
  606. Other than the foregoing, there are a few independent temples of the Soto sect:
  607. Other than the four ranks of bureaucrats, kami, suke, jo and sakan, Jiju (staff of the Imperial Household Agency staff), Udoneri (imperial guard), Naiki (secretary), Kenmotsu (accounting official), Shurei (official in charge of the barrier station), and Tenyaku (warehouse keeper), which were called honkan, belonged to respective ministries.
  608. Other than the head section, both arms of the statue, a statue of Flying Apsara with a halo, and Kebutsu (a small Buddha statue) also still exist.
  609. Other than the improvement of instrument and the creation of the pieces of music, he also strived for reviving classical pieces and educational activities.
  610. Other than the issha zukuri (one shrine), sansha zukuri (three shrines), and nanasha zukuri (seven shrines), there are Shinmei tsukuri (style of shrine architecture based on that of Ise-jingu Shrine) and hakomiya (box shrine), which looks like a shrine in a box.
  611. Other than the kane-jaku, Meiji government allowed the kujira-jaku as the limited use for the measurement unit of a clothing fabric, while other shaku including the gofuku-jaku were abolished.
  612. Other than the kane-jaku, various type of shaku was invented for particular usages.
  613. Other than the manuscript written in Sadaie's own hand and the Meiyurinmo-bon, the Oshima-bon manuscript is considered to be the one that best conserves the text revised by Sadaie among the existing manuscripts of the 'Aobyoshi-bon' line.
  614. Other than the name Ienobu, he was also called Iefuku.
  615. Other than the name Yasushige, he was also called Yasutsugi.
  616. Other than the ones in Senshu Region of Osaka Prefecture, most are kami danjiri.
  617. Other than the ones which depict the individual image of Buddha in paintings, some depict one Buddha symbolically by one Sanskrit character (a kind of letter which was used for writing Sanskrit).
  618. Other than the reasons such as the loss of Yamahoko floats, economic consideration is said to have been the decisive factor.
  619. Other than the shore of the pond, three districts including Higashi-imoarai-mura (the present Kumiyama-cho), Danjo-cho (the present Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City) and Ogura-mura (the present Uji City) had exclusive fishing rights in Ogura-ike Pond.
  620. Other than the three families called Saikanjin, the court officials from Jigeke were called Namikanjin (general court officials) and had subordinates called Shimokanjin, who did heavy labor for the events and ceremonies.
  621. Other than the tradition that the kimon is to be avoided, another theory says that because it is the direction that spirits pass through, or the direction where the sun is born (the life gate), people have to guard their pure energy.
  622. Other than the two departments and eight ministries, Danjodai which inspected administrative organization and Efu (a palace guard) were established under the emperor's direct control (Two departments, eight ministries, one board of censorship and five palace guards in total).
  623. Other than the two major schools of tenkoku in the Edo period--the Kintai school and the Kotai school--there were the Mito school established by people such as Kyosho TACHIHARA and the trend of tenkoku by the literati such as Syunsui RAI.
  624. Other than the two stations mentioned previously, Miyazu City has the Miyamura Station, the Kita Station and the Karakawa Station on the Miyafuku Line, together with the Iwataki-guchi Station, the Kunda Station and the Tango Yura Station on the Miyazu Line.
  625. Other than the wooden seated statue of Shaka Nyorai (reconstructed in the Edo Period) which is the principal image of Kofuku-ji Temple, the following Buddha statues are enshrined in the temporary Kon-do Hall.
  626. Other than the works which are currently recognized as 'monogatari,' there seems to have been various 'lost and dispersed monogatari,' but we have to be careful about the difference between the current definition of 'monogatari' and what 'monogatari' meant in those days.
  627. Other than them, and excluding the Tokuso family, Tokifusa HOJO, Yasutsura MIYOSHI (Yasutura OTA), TAIRA no Moritsuna, and Sanetoki HOJO were also praised.
  628. Other than them, it contains newly produced words which were created by transliteration of proper nouns.
  629. Other than these designated sites, there remain pieces of Odoi at the schoolyard of Kitano Junior High School (Nishinokyo Nakaho-cho, Nakagyo-ku Ward) and Omiya Kotsu Koen (Omiya Traffic Park) (Omiya Nishiwakidai, Kita-ku Ward), and so on.
  630. Other than these example, most European kings and emperors, monarchs of Asian regions retain their reigns of power until death, and there are few cases where they retired while they were alive.
  631. Other than these expressions, there are various expressions such as calling temperature of sake higher than that of tobikiri kan (very hot) as 'nizake' (boiled sake).
  632. Other than these powerful gokenin, most samurai had no ranks or titles during the Kamakura period, and even if they won honors or had a family history, the highest appointment they could receive was that of Uemon no jo/Saemon no jo (Imperial Palace guard that accompanied the Emperor whenever he left the palace) with a rank of Rokui (Sixth Rank).
  633. Other than these, 'fugu no kotsuzake' which has toasted pufferfish bones is also known to be made.
  634. Other than these, Hakata obi sash was used in lots of Kabuki performances.
  635. Other than these, Shinto priests, shrine maidens, children parading as tendo, festival cars, liondog, dancing, etc., may also join the parade.
  636. Other than these, it contains various descriptions including anecdotes of forefathers and comments on kajin of the same period, and has essay-like style.
  637. Other than these, it is possible to classify them into the manuscript consisting of one book and the one consisting of more than two books, or the one in the form of kansu (a scroll) and a booklet.
  638. Other than these, the major manuscripts were respectively reissued.
  639. Other than these, there are 9 large scale hospitals.
  640. Other than these, there were tsujigimi and yotaka, women who walked the streets.
  641. Other than these, those who accompanied the Cloistered Emperor Shirakawa for his pilgrimages to Kumano Sanzan beginning in the late fall of 1119 were as follows.
  642. Other than this nickname, "the Conqueror of Ou" was also used in this book to describe him.
  643. Other than this original Kujiki (ten-volume set), there are alternative versions ("Sendai Kujihongi Taiseikyo" (72-volume set), "Shirakawa Hon Kujiki" (30-volume set) and "Taiseikyo Sasakiden" (31-volume set)).
  644. Other than this word, there are words of otsuki-sama (moon) and ohoshi-sama (stars).
  645. Other than this, "Kokon Chomon Ju" (A Collection of Tales Heard, Past and Present) tells that she had an affair with her nephew, and as he stopped visiting her, she experienced anguish.
  646. Other than this, Kurashiki Bikan Chiku (Kurashiki beautiful sight area) is famous, and in many cases 'aesthetic area' means Kurashiki Bikan Chiku.
  647. Other than this, it is in the Kaido-jinja Shrine of Arikawa-cho, Nagasaki Prefecture, and was dedicated by Nitto Hogei Co. in 1973, but according to records, the current torii is the third one, and it is unknown what the previous ones were made of.
  648. Other than this, the red lucky charm code the ladies visiting temples and shrines wear around their necks are also called 'kakeobi' but it is of course different from 掛帯 of mo.
  649. Other than this, there are Haiden, a hall of worship, 41 shrines in precincts and a Kagura-den hall in Yosemune-zukuri Kokerabuki (with a hipped roof with shingles) style.
  650. Other than this, there are seven other stones called Benkei Stones (eight in total in Japan).
  651. Other than this, there are some areas which people consider to be a place in connection with Taketori Monogatari, designing a town using a theme of Taketori Monogatari (Princess Kaguya).
  652. Other than this, there are white stupa in Yoan-ji Temple in Beihai Park, etc.
  653. Other than this, there is a story in the Kojiki that seems to share its origin in potato cultivation in Southeast Asia, which supports the fact that Southeast Asian stories have been passed on to Japan.
  654. Other than this, there was a description that he boarded Hiruko, who was born between Izanagi and Izanami, on Tori no Iwafusufune Boat and banished him in the chapter of kamiumi in Nihonshoki.
  655. Other than this, they grow Hiroshima mikan and Innoshima mikan in Hiroshima Prefecture.
  656. Other than this, utamakura also has the following meanings.
  657. Other than those above:
  658. Other than those discoveries, the remains of 17 all-pillared buildings from Ota Meguri area, and some pit-dwellings from Ota Tobizuka area have been discovered.
  659. Other than those listed below, there were also families which served as Kotaiyoriai at an earlier time (a few cases are noted at the end of the section).
  660. Other than those years, in 2002 and 2006, the south coast front became stationary and unclear sky which tended to rain mainly in the morning and night continued and certain weather-related casters commented "the forerunner of natanetsuyu."
  661. Other than those, "Bankoku Koho" contains a map of the world, which was not included in the original book, at its top showing that China was a part of the world and a country among a large number of countries.
  662. Other than those, Kyoto and local cities such as Yamaguchi, Obama, and Shinagawaminato played the role of a collection center or transit point.
  663. Other than those, Napa cabbage, other pickles, raisin, or nuts may accompany the dish.
  664. Other than those, it is said that there are 'Otomo Bunsho,' 'Abe Bunsho,' 'Inbe Bunsho,' 'Kiyohara Bunsho' and 'Kume Bunsho.'
  665. Other than those, on the declaration of April 12 in the same year it ordered domains to proceed with reform such as selection for talented people based on the purpose of Charter Oath.
  666. Other than those, there are legends associated with Kintaro in various locations such as at the grave in the Mangan-ji Temple (Kawanishi City), Kawanishi City, Hyogo Prefecture and Nagahama City in Shiga Prefecture.
  667. Other than tuff, some tiles are made of clay stones (slate).
  668. Other than usho, 'tomonori,' who is responsible for steering a ship, and 'nakanori,' an assistant for usho and tomonori, are on board ubune.
  669. Other than walls, it was conventional pratice to use latticed shutters or sliding doors as a partition between indoor and outdoor spaces; these were extremely inconvenient, however, in that they gave no protection from the weather when open.
  670. Other than water, some of other cutting tools are quenched in oil, and as were Japanese military swords during the war, but today, it seems to be reare that a Japanese sword is quenched in oil.
  671. Other than wood, they are also made of stone, tiles, and iron, and in the modern days there are ferroconcrete pagodas.
  672. Other thant these officials of four ranks, there were also various officall called Honkan as well as Zonin (lower-ranked staffs) such as Shisho (staff in charge of miscellaneous clerical duties), Tomobe (foreman of respective duties) and Shibe (odd-job man).
  673. Other that, there was a disciple of Utaemon who claimed Fukusuke NAKAMURA in Edo era, but normally is not counted as a generation.
  674. Other theories
  675. Other theories about his birth and death years are introduced as a reference.
  676. Other theories claim that he died of disease or was murdered.
  677. Other theories consider that Amaterasu Omikami is female because her myth was established during the era of Empress Jito, or because Himiko was her model.
  678. Other theories include that of a paperweight, that of netsuke?(miniature carving attached to the end of a cord hanging from a pouch), that of imitation of a Goreo seal (Korean seal), and that of a purchase stamp (products in bulk.)
  679. Other theories of the unbroken Imperial line.
  680. Other things
  681. Other things about Kunimaro is unknown.
  682. Other three chief retainers Habu, Tamematsu, Anami, and others reached an agreement to force Kanesada to retire in September, 1573, at the age of thirty-one, and he was expelled to Usuki in Bungo Province in 1574, where he depended on the Otomo clan.
  683. Other tombs that follow, may be octagonal: Tsukamyojin-kofun Tumulus (likely to be Mayumiyama-ryo Tumulus of Prince Kusakabe) in Takatori-cho, Takaichi-gun, Nara prefecture; and Iwayayama-kofun Tumulus (likely to be Saimei-ryo Tumulus) which probably consist of an octagonal mound.
  684. Other tools
  685. Other topics
  686. Other town names
  687. Other towns in Kamigyo Ward had been established by the early Meiji period at the latest.
  688. Other traditions and literature
  689. Other trains are exclusive freight trains that pull oil tank cars or chemical tank cars.
  690. Other trains of Maizuru are made up of B + D.
  691. Other trains that run all the way through the line consistently have either four cars or six cars from the starting station to the terminal.
  692. Other translations are thought to have been prepared in the ages of the Later Han and Eastern Jin dynasties, but both are lost.
  693. Other translations into Chinese
  694. Other travel routines include 'Descent into Hell' in which the protagonist tours Hell, 'Voyage from Ogura' ('Dragon King's Palace') which is an undersea travelogue, 'Moon Palace and City of Stars' telling of a celestial trip, and 'Islands Tour' ('Farting Islands Tour') which is about a trip to foreign countries.
  695. Other trivia
  696. Other troops of TAIRA no Norimori (a younger brother of Kiyomori) approached the dairi, and was drawn inside through the gate opened by a mole; the dairi was occupied by Taira's army.
  697. Other troops on the Toyotomi's side were annihilated one after another.
  698. Other troops which Hideyoshi organized attacked Nagashima Castle and Nakai Castle, but also were defeated by resistance of Takizawa troops.
  699. Other two are fine houses but they do not have shinboku.
  700. Other type of barazushi
  701. Other types include Yokoana-shiki sekishitsu (horizontal stone chamber) and Yokoguchi-shiki sekkaku (stone sarcophagus with side entrance).
  702. Other types included a scraper, a stone tool resembling a knife, and a chiseling tool.
  703. Other types of archery practiced on horseback are kasagake and inuoimono (shooting a dog), and these two plus yabusame make up the 'three types of archery on horseback.'
  704. Other types of ascetic training, such as standing under a waterfall, fasting or keeping silent are called 'Jogyo (助行(じょぎょう))' and are regarded as auxiliary measures.
  705. Other types of kuruwas
  706. Other types of mounds and stone statues, erected in the past to wish travelers' safe trips, are standing inconspicuously on roadsides today and people still have faith in them.
  707. Other types of okuchi bakama
  708. Other types of pans are also available, such as a fluororesin-coated pan with a corrugated bottom that enables you to roll up the egg more easily.
  709. Other types of toro
  710. Other types of yubeshi
  711. Other typical gardens of this style include Hojo-ji Temple built by FUJIWARA no Michinaga, Byodo-in Temple by FUJIWARA no Yorimichi, and there was also the Joruri-ji Temple where a pond was placed on the east side of its Amitabha hall.
  712. Other underground stations on the Keihan Line are of two-level construction, so the ticket gates and concourse are located on the first underground level and platforms are on the second underground level; however, this station is of one level with both ticket gates and platforms on the first underground level.
  713. Other universities often gather charges in events such as a professional singer's live songs, but in Ryukoku Festival, they are all free.
  714. Other university students such as Tokyo University also supported the movement and the 'Daigaku Jiyu Yogo Renmei' (Association for University Freedom) with 16 participating universities and the 'Gakugei Jiyu Domei' (Arts Freedom Association) formed by 200 cultural leaders were established.
  715. Other usages
  716. Other uses
  717. Other variant manuscripts are 'Kokatsuji bon' (old movable type imprints) (popular edition line), 'Maedake bon,' 'Jokyu heiran ki,' 'Jokyu ikusa Monogatari,' and so on, which were all written in mixed writing style of Japanese and Chinese.
  718. Other variant texts
  719. Other varieties of mushrooms are often used in conjunction with nameko mushrooms.
  720. Other various comments on The Tale of Genji
  721. Other vassals of the Shimazu clan, such as Tashima TAJIRI, Genso IJUIN, Tadanori KATSURA, and Jinuemon TOGO and their followers also joined the uprising, and the number of the rebel group was said to have been 700, while a different source records 2,000, which included peasants and townsmen.
  722. Other views
  723. Other vocabularies with '化け' (bake)
  724. Other warlords of Tohoku region joined this, so that punitive force became 60,000 troops.
  725. Other ways for accessing the site are also available.
  726. Other ways of eating soba included dango (balls) as with other minor cereals and mixing buckwheat flour into the vegetable stew.
  727. Other ways of eating somen are described below.
  728. Other ways to become Shinshoku include taking a rank certification course (which lasts about one month), offered twice a year at both Kogakkan and Kokugakuin Universities as well as at some of the shrine agencies, or alternatively studying at one of the schools located throughout Japan dedicated to training Shinto priests.
  729. Other ways to eat
  730. Other well-known uta-awase contests include Tentoku-dairi Uta-awase in 960, Roppyakuban Uta-awase in 1192 and Sengohyakuban Uta-awase in 1201.
  731. Other were those in a gun (district) or a go (region).
  732. Other works
  733. Other works based on "Mutsuwa-ki" include "Fuso Ryakki" (A Brief History of Japan) and "Jikkinsho" (A Miscellany of Ten Maxims).
  734. Other works of his include "Yokai Dangi" (lectures on yokai).
  735. Other zaibatsu
  736. Other: Miyake-jima Kamitsuki
  737. Other: The works of many prominent sculptors are placed at Nogi-jinja Shrine.
  738. Others
  739. Others (0 entities)
  740. Others (0)
  741. Others (16)
  742. Others (35 entities)
  743. Others (35)
  744. Others (fresh slices of raw salmon are placed on top)
  745. Others (including August 1st)
  746. Others (not included in the Doshisha but related educational institutions)
  747. Others - A shooter wore a chest protector & a shoulder protector.
  748. Others and Communication Department
  749. Others and diversion
  750. Others are bound for destinations in Nagaokakyo City.
  751. Others argue that the word 'ashina' means 'asaine,' or late ripening varieties of rice, and 'tena' 'toina,' early ripening varieties of rice.
  752. Others argue, based on the similarity between Akifusa's original family name, Manabe, and Ietsugu's childhood name of Nabematsu, that Ietsugu may well have been Akifusa's own child.
  753. Others believe he was a retainer of the Taira clan who served under MINAMOTO no Suesada, and fell in Shinohara in a battle against MINAMOTO no Yoshinaka in the Hokuriku region.
  754. Others believe however that he was born in Belgium in 1832.
  755. Others believe that ENOI no Okimi who was from the same clan, fought for Prince Oama and achieved a great deal in his call of duty, and thus it helped to reduce the punishment on the Mononobe clan.
  756. Others believe that far from wars and chaos in Kyo, he spent the last years of his life in Saigoku (western part of Japan (esp. Kyushu, but ranging as far east as Kinki) with the support of the Ouchi clan as one of his sponsors.
  757. Others believe that it was Sazaemon OISHI's maternal uncle, Kahei OTA, since he used to be a retainer of Nobumochi MATSUDAIRA, the previous owner of Kira's residence.
  758. Others call the section (particularly around Fushimi Ward) 'Shin-horikawa-dori' (New Horikawa-dori), and many shops refer to themselves as 'Shin-horikawa branches.'
  759. Others claim that Jonathan Scobie, an American missionary to Japan, invented the jinrikisha around 1869.
  760. Others commute in the direction to Kyoto and many use Kintetsu Osaka Line to go to Yamato-Yagi Station, where they can go directly to Kyoto.
  761. Others consider that these tales depict rites of passage to be an adult.
  762. Others drank alcohol, sang and danced.
  763. Others emphasize that if the verse was intended to mean Mitsuhide's intention to rebel, not only the first phrase but also the second phrase, "Minakami Masaru Niwa no Matsuyama," should be considered.
  764. Others had their extremities amputated.
  765. Others have collected standard-playing records (SP records) of famous storytelling performances by rakugo-ka before World War II, which are unavailable today.
  766. Others have not revived yet or no body knows which used to be soja.
  767. Others have proposed that having overwhelmingly won the Battle of Takatenjin-jo Castle in the previous year, Katsuyori became so confident as to convince himself of a victory in the next battle.
  768. Others have said that Murashige feared the punishment if Nobunaga find out the fact, so he rebelled in order to avoid that.
  769. Others have said that Nobunaga had humiliated Murashige by forcing to eat the bean-jam cakes pierced by the sword when Murashige greeted Nobunaga in Seta, Omi Province in 1573.
  770. Others have said that his motive originated from a grudge.
  771. Others have said that it was a conspiracy that emerged following a consultation with Yoshitaka KURODA.
  772. Others have viewed her as a deified miko (female Shinto attendant).
  773. Others include "Shoshingesho Chushaku" (Notes on Shoshingesho) and "Shoshinge Taii" (Shoshinge Summary).
  774. Others include 'Kankatsu Ikkyu' and 'Naniwa Juni Tsuki.'
  775. Others include a belief that karate was developed from "Shima" (Okinawan sumo) and a belief that "jujutsu" (a classical Japanese martial art, usually referring to fighting without a weapon) of the Japanese mainland was introduced.
  776. Others include cigarette cases in which the curved drawer contains a piano wires, that are designed to open like a wooden shutter, make noise.
  777. Others include three women who were conferred the court rank 'empress' posthumously.
  778. Others include two parallel roads running in an east-west direction in the middle and the southern parts of the Nara Basin.
  779. Others included a decision that Hideyori/Yodo-dono had no obligation to go to Edo (however, there is historical material that Ninomaru needed no destruction).
  780. Others included roles such as an element leader in each village in Chichibu County, persons in charge of army provisions, war funds collecting, ammunition, a leader of gunnery troop, provision transporters, messengers and so on.
  781. Others insist that, just like any other colonies, the income difference between the Japanese in Korea and the Koreans as the natives was huge.
  782. Others interpret Hiru as a time zone filled with spirits of daytime, because "Ru" refers to spirits.
  783. Others involved inheritance of the family name and adoption.
  784. Others maintain that a camellia indicated where Ushioni appeared because a camellia was regarded as a special flower that came out on the sacred ground after reaching a peninsula or a beach and also because the flower blooms on a boundary.
  785. Others point out that many wood strips might have been buried around Hachijo (Daian-ji Temple), because there remain many unexcavated sites around the area.
  786. Others say that Nippon was a small country so that it integrated Wakoku.'
  787. Others say that a Y-shaped tree is innately ill-balanced and tends to cause an accident when it is cut down, so this practice is actually a measure of precaution.
  788. Others say that they were deemed so because the lineage of Nobukatsu's mother was ranked higher than the lineage of Nobutaka's mother.
  789. Others set up their own firms (e.g. Bunbuku KATSURA and Senkitsu TACHIBANAYA - IV).
  790. Others suggest that Yamatanoorochi was the god of a river and that she was originally a shrine maiden serving the god by giving her name a Chinese character meaning comb and depicting her as a shrine maiden wearing a comb.
  791. Others suppose that these roads were constructed for military purposes, since the roads played important roles in battles including Jinshin War.
  792. Others treated Naomasa harshly because he was exceptionally selected although he was a newcomer and young, and also he was strict with his subordinates.
  793. Others were Takehime who died young., Manhime, Kame-hime, Kiyahime, and Matsuhime (the wife of Daizen OKUBO).
  794. Others were either exiled to a remote island or expelled.
  795. Others were published during the eras of Keicho and Genna, and in the late Genna era.
  796. Others were refined again and reclassified as top-quality ichiwari-ire, mixing the silver with lead in the statutory proportion, weighed, stored in boxes, sealed and handed from the silver inspector (ginmiyaku) to the jouze-tedai (assistant manager).
  797. Others who carried out social works include Dosho (founder of the Hosso sect) who was Gyoki's teacher and said to have built Uji-bashi Bridge, the Empress Komyo who established Hidenin and Seyauin to give relief to poor people, and WAKE no Hiromushi who brought up a large number of orphans.
  798. Others, adopted children.
  799. Others, however, doubt the believability of it, insisting that the Gotokuneko making a fire itself was no more than the product of the imagination of those who had viewed the illustration.
  800. Others, however, have criticized ITAGAKI's account on the basis that he himself edited the book and so is an unreliable source.
  801. Others.
  802. Others: Buses bound for Kyoto Bus Takano Eigyosho (Takano business office) and Demachiyanagi Station are available.
  803. Others: mochi (rice cakes), dango (dumpling cakes made of rice or wheat flour)
  804. Others: various
  805. Otherwise imperial visits are usually scheduled in advance.
  806. Otherwise they would not have a job.
  807. Otherwise, Hisamitsu who received the Imperial Palace's command to suppress masterless samurai sent Shigeru NARAHARA and Kakunosuke OYAMA (Tsunayoshi OYAMA) to Teradaya on April 23, to quell the extremist patriots, such as Yasuomi MAKI, and Sinshichi ARIMA and others who gathered in Teradaya in Fushimi.
  808. Otherwise, I shall never attain perfect enlightenment.
  809. Otherwise, Naidaijin (minister) was appointed as ichinokami; and very occasionally the Dainagon (Major Counselor) was appointed as ichinokami.
  810. Otherwise, she was consistently described as a pure-hearted young lady who made a misty gaze immediately after that.
  811. Otherwise, shinboku refers to trees that involves roles as yorishiro (an object to spiritually rely on instead of a god), shiniki (shrine precincts or a holy area), or kekkai (the border of a spiritually limited area or prevention of invasion of spiritually evil existences).
  812. Otherwise, the host may sometimes take an action to casually induce the visitor to leave.
  813. Otherwise, the title thereof.
  814. Otherworldly minded, Indian philosophy, state of the thought of Laozi and Zhuangzi
  815. Oto
  816. Oto Cosmo Observatory (in Tentsuji Tunnel of the Goshin Line of the old Japanese National Railway)
  817. Oto Dormitory
  818. Oto Line
  819. Oto Tachibana Hime
  820. Oto Tachibana Hime according to the Kojiki and Nihonshoki
  821. Oto Tachibana Hime also appears in the Hitachi no Kuni Fudoki.
  822. Oto Tachibana Hime recorded in the Fudoki
  823. Oto Tachibana Hime was the wife of a mythical Japanese prince called Yamatotakeru.
  824. Oto Tachibana Hime, with the memory of Yamato Takeru no Mikoto in her heart, went down on many layers of mats upon the waves, and leaped into the sea.
  825. Oto Village Kyodo-kan Museum
  826. Oto hakase was the post to teach pronunciation of Chinese language in those days when people read Keisho (most important documents in Confucianism) of Confucianism (see Ondo (study of pronounciation of Chinese language) for more information).
  827. Oto no wakamiya, Akamatsumiya.
  828. Oto' is the entrance/exit of a house.
  829. Otoami, Nobumitsu, Nagatoshi
  830. Otoba station, Miyake station, Shin-Hirano station and Obama station opened.
  831. Otobide and Kotobide: a mask with rolled eyes and a wide open mouth
  832. Otodo disguised himself and came to this land to retrieve the treasure, and he married an amaotome (a female diver).
  833. Otodo grieved and mourned on seeing the wounded and breathless diver, but with her dying words, 'look around my breast,' he found the Menko huhai no tama in her wound.
  834. Otodo no daikyo
  835. Otogi Zoshi (anime)
  836. Otogi Zoshi (illustrated story books)
  837. Otogi Zoshi are illustrated short stories, and the style, established during the Muromachi period into the Edo period.
  838. Otogi no Kuni (literally fairy land, this facility is specifically for communication with animals)
  839. Otogiku SUGIMOTO
  840. Otogiku SUGIMOTO (1849 to July 27, 1878) was a shizoku (family or person with samurai ancestors) of Ishikawa Prefecture in the early Meiji perio
  841. Otogishu (advisers)
  842. Otogishu (story tellers) …Also described as Otowashu (adviser).
  843. Otogishu is the official duties, which existed in families of Sengoku daimyo (Japanese territorial lords in the Sengoku period) from the the Sengoku period (period of Warring States) to the early Edo period.
  844. Otogishu was also known as Ohanashi-shu (collocutor of the load), Gohobanshu (officials who accompany shogun) and the brains.
  845. Otogishu were the close advisers who were called to their lord's side and gave advice about politics and military affair, while they also reported buhenbanashi (anecdotes about the life of samurai) or situation of various districts to their lord.
  846. Otogizoshi
  847. Otohime, wanting to help him, put a light to a pine tree and showed him where it was.
  848. Otohiwake-no-kami
  849. Otoji no Kami, Otonobe no Kami
  850. Otojiro KAWAKAMI
  851. Otojiro KAWAKAMI (February 8, 1864 ? November 11, 1911) was an actor and an entertainer of Shinpa-Geki (New-School Play) who took the world by storm by his 'Oppekepe-bushi' (Oppekepe songs).
  852. Otokashi proclaims that 'Yasotakeru of Shiki is in Shiki no mura in the country of Wa Takaohari no mura, or Yasotakeru framed in copper is in Takaohari no mura.'
  853. Otoki (Chobei's wife)…Shucho BANDO
  854. Otoko mai (literally "Man dancing")
  855. Otoko toka
  856. Otoko toka was held on January 14 or 15 (by the lunar calendar).
  857. Otoko-mai (a male dance)
  858. Otoko-mai is the mai-goto that samurai with no masks dance quickly and vigorously in Genzai-mono (noh plays of a miscellaneous or contemporary character), including "Ataka" or "Morihisa", and always accompanied on dai-sho hand drums.
  859. Otoko-monogurui-mono (literally "tale of a male maniac") (such as "Koya monogurui," "Ashikari," Yoroboshi")
  860. Otokokami-mono (literally "tale of a man god," example of the first Noh drama in a five-drama-Noh presentation.) (such as "Takasago" or "Yoro")
  861. Otokomae Tofuten: Head office and Kyoto Plant
  862. Otokoyama Hachiman Shrine Mandala
  863. Otokoyama Museum of Sake Brewing (Asahikawa City, Hokkaido Prefecture)
  864. Otokoyama housing complex
  865. Otokoyamasanjo Station of the Keihan Kosaku-sen cable car line.
  866. Otoku
  867. Otoku (November 26, 1086) - April 7, 1087
  868. Otokuni-dera Temple
  869. Otokuni-dera Temple is a Buddhist temple belonging to the Buzan school of the Shingon Sect located in Nagaokakyo City, Kyoto Prefecture.
  870. Otokuni-dera Temple: tree peonies
  871. Otokuni-gun
  872. Otokuni-gun (Otokuni-no-kori District)
  873. Otokuni-gun is comprised of only the following town:
  874. Otokuni-gun used to include the entire region which includes present-day Nagaokakyo City and Muko City as well as the present-day Nishikyo and Minami Wards, Kyoto City and a portion of the present-day Fushimi Ward.
  875. Otokuni-gun was a district in Yamashiro Province, and is presently a district in Kyoto Prefecture.
  876. Otokuni-gun was comprised of one town and nine villages.
  877. Otokuni-gun was comprised of one town and ten villages.
  878. Otokuni-gun was comprised of three towns.
  879. Otokuni-gun was comprised of two towns and six villages.
  880. Otokuni-gun/Otokuni District
  881. Otokuni-ji Temple kiln remains
  882. Otomadoiko no Kami, Otomadoime no Kami
  883. Otomari (Odomari) County: Otomari Town
  884. Otomari - Nakashiretoko-Misaki route
  885. Otomari - Tonai route
  886. Otomari Police Station
  887. Otomari border route
  888. Otomari clinic, Karafuto-Cho
  889. Otomari forestry office
  890. Otomari girls' high school
  891. Otomari junior high school
  892. Otomari meteorological station
  893. Otomaru TOYOTOMI (executed)
  894. Otome (The Maidens)
  895. Otome (The Maidens) is the one of the fifty-four chapters of "The Tale of Genji."
  896. Otome (The Tale of Genji)
  897. Otome Bunraku (women's bunraku)
  898. Otome, Tamakazura/ Otome, Hatsune (The First Warbler)/ Tamakazura, Hatsune, Kocho (Butterflies)
  899. Otomeni Tadaniawanto wagasakerutome (19)
  900. Otomezuka-kofun Tumulus (Hyogo Prefecture)
  901. Otomi Dangai (Otomi Cliff)
  902. Otomi insisted that Yosaburo is her older brother in order to get through the situation, however Tazaemon is her brother in reality.
  903. Otomi played by Kikugoro ONOE (the fourth)
  904. Otomi saw the scene and ran away, however she was chased by the follower, Mirukui no Matsu, therefore she tried to commit suicide by drowning.
  905. Otomi: What?
  906. Otomi: Who are you?
  907. Otomi: Yes.
  908. Otomo brothers decided to serve for the Prince Oama, and then Fukei joined the war over Yamato and Makuta followed the Prince Oama.
  909. Otomo clan members mainly served as what are now called "guardsmen" or "the Imperial Guard."
  910. Otomo had a son with Koshi called Imperial Prince Tsuneyo, but Heizei ignored the existence of the Otomo father and son and explicitly placed his son, Imperial Prince Takaoka as Crown prince.
  911. Otomo no Yamamori (Totomi no kuni no kami [Governor of Totomi Province], Shogoinojo [Senior Fifth Rank, Upper Grade]) administered three provinces, namely Suruga Province, Izu Province, and Kai Province.
  912. Otomo was called 'crown prince' repeatedly in the story.
  913. Otomo's army surrounded Takajo-jo Castle, and the battle see-sawed back and forth between the two sides.
  914. Otomo-bon is the manuscript handed down in the old Otomo family, Usuki Fukura Village, Ama-gun in the Bungo Province.
  915. Otomo-bon line
  916. Otomo-no-Yota-no-Okimi, who was a child of Prince Otomo, wished to build a temple for his father's bodai (pray to Buddha for the happiness of the dead) with Miroku-bosatsu statue of the Emperor Tenchi.
  917. Otomoshu
  918. Otomoshu within the Muromachi bakufu (Japanese feudal government head by a shogun).
  919. Otomozuke
  920. Otomura Residence (Important Cultural Property): The Otomura family once acted as a hardware wholesale merchant under the trade name of 'Hosoku.'
  921. Otona
  922. Otoneri was paired with udoneri (Ministerial equerry) and accompanied the Emperor and kept night watch and performed several odd jobs.
  923. Otoneri-ryo (Bureau of Imperial attendants, there were two bureaus under the Ritsuryo system, Hidari (left) no Otoneriryo and Migi (right) no Otoneriryo])
  924. Otoneri.
  925. Otoneriryo (Bureau of Imperial Attendants)
  926. Otoneriryo (Nakatsukasasho)
  927. Otoneriryo administered otoneri (Imperial Attendants) by the name list as its official duty.
  928. Otoneriryo was one of the institutions belonging to Nakatsukasasho (Ministry of Central Affairs) in the Ritsuryo system (a system of centralized government based on the ritsuryo code).
  929. Otono-hogai
  930. Otonoji and Otonobe
  931. Otonoji and Otonobe are kami (god) in Japanese Methodology (shinto).
  932. Otonoji and Otonobe are the among the 5th generation of the Kaminoyonanayo (seven generations of the gods' world, The Primordial Seven); Otonoji is a god and Otonobe is a goddess.
  933. Otonoji and Otonobe are the deification of the earth when it was completely coagulated; 'ji' in the name of Otonoji means man and 'be' in that of Otonobe means woman.
  934. Otonoji no Kami (one of gods), Otonobe no Kami
  935. Otonoji no mikoto・Otomabe no mikoto
  936. Otonoji-no-kami, Otonobe-no-kami
  937. Otonoji・Otonobe (Otonoji no kami)・Otonobe no kami
  938. Otori Daimyojin no Yashiro Shrine and Chokoku-ji Temple were also called 'Washi no Miya' (the Eagle Shrine), and 'Tori no Tera' (the Cock Temple).
  939. Otori Daimyojin was also called Tori Daimyojin.
  940. Otori-jinja Shrine (Meguro Ward, Tokyo)
  941. Otori-jinja Shrines enshrine Yamato Takeru (also called Yamato Takeru no Mikoto, which means Prince Yamato Takeru).
  942. Otori-zukuri style
  943. Otori-zukuri style (Otori-taisha Shrine, Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture)
  944. Otori-zukuri style employs kirizuma-zukuri style (an architectural style with a gabled roof) with a Tsuma-iri (entrance on gable side), and many have more linear roofs than those of taisha-zukuri style.
  945. Otori-zukuri style is one of the architectural styles of shrines in Japan.
  946. Otori-zukuri style, which is typified by Otori Taisha Shrine, is a style that developed from taisha-zukuri style, which is exemplified by Izumo-taisha Shrine.
  947. Otoriage
  948. Otorii
  949. Otoriosame Chogin: Yuzuriha Chogin with '御取納' (Otoriosame) hallmarked and were presented by the Mori clan at the Emperor Ogimachi's enthronement ceremony in 1560.
  950. Otose
  951. Otose (around 1829 - September 7, 1877) was a landlady of the Teradaya Inn, who lived during the end of the Edo Period, the last days of the Tokugawa shogunate.
  952. Otose and Yoshino CHOJIYA: Kamenojo NAKAMURA
  953. Otose died in 1877.
  954. Otose was a landlady of the Teradaya Inn, who lived during the end of the Edo Period.
  955. Otose was born as a second girl to Jubei OMOTO who run a Japanese-style hotel in Otsu.
  956. Otoshi no kami and Mitoshi no kami
  957. Otoshi no kami is believed to be the father of many other gods.
  958. Otoshi no kami is enshrined in Otoshimioya-jinja Shrine (Aoi Ward, Shizuoka City, Shizuoka Prefecture), Hida Ichinomiya Minashi-jinja Shrine (Takayama City, Gifu Prefecture), etc.
  959. Otoshi-banashi and ninjo-banashi are both performed simply by talking, but in contrast shibai-banashi are staged like a shibai (theatrical performance or play), in which a kakiwari (stage setting) and music are used, and occasionally the performer may stands up and pose as part of the performance.
  960. Otoshi-jinja Shrine (Odoshi no mikoto)
  961. Otoshidama
  962. Otoshidama (New Year's gift)
  963. Otoshidama (New Year's gifts)
  964. Otoshidama (おとしだま、御年玉) or Toshidama (年玉) is a present which is given to celebrate the New Year.
  965. Otoshidama in other countries outside Japan
  966. Otoshidama-bukuro (envelopes for money)
  967. Otoshidama-bukuro is an envelope in which you put money (mainly bills) when you give otoshidama (New Year's gift) on New Year's holidays.
  968. Otoshidama-tsuki Yubin Hagaki (New Year's lottery postcard)
  969. Otoshidama-tsuki yubin hagaki (New year's lottery poscatrds) was first released in 1949.
  970. Otoshikake (a bar placed across the upper part of the tokonoma)
  971. Otoshisha (Otoshi-no-kami, Chimatayashiro-no-kami)
  972. Otoshiyori
  973. Otoshiyori line Kajuro Shigehiro SUZUKI.
  974. Otoshiyori line, 2500 koku, 500 out of 2500 koku tashidaka (a wage system established by the Edo bakufu) Shinzaemon Aritsuna WATANABE (49).
  975. Otoshiyori was a female servant post (or also indicated the servant herself) in O-oku (the inner halls of Edo Castle where the wife of the Shogun and her servants resided) in the Edo period, and was often called Rojo as well.
  976. Otoso (New Year's spiced sake)
  977. Otowa Hirabayashi-cho is a detached town east of the district.
  978. Otowa Minamitani town' is supposed to be a place in the mountains; however, it can not be seen on a map.
  979. Otowa said, 'I don't care that I am in the shadow (not married to him),' and resigned from the Daiei Motion Picture Company that launched her career.
  980. Otowa-no-taki Fall (Kiyomizu-dera Temple): This is identified as the present Otowa-no-taki Fall located in Kiyomizu-dera Temple placed in the middle of the western slope of Mt. Kiyomizu in Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto City.
  981. Otowa-no-taki Fall (Takano-gawa River (Kyoto Prefecture)): This fall was said to have existed in the Otowa-gawa River flowing through the middle part of the western slope of Mt. Hiei in Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City but the site has become a sand control dam.
  982. Otowa-no-taki Fall (in Mt. Otowa in Shiga Prefecture and Kyoto Prefecture): This is identified as the present Otowa-no-taki Fall in the Yamashina-Otowa-gawa River flowing through the middle part of the western slope of Mt. Otowa (in Shiga prefecture and Kyoto Prefecture) located in Yamashina Ward, Kyoto City.
  983. Otowa-no-taki falls
  984. Otowa-no-taki falls are those that are said to have been in Yamashiro Province outside of the capital.
  985. Otowaka is killed while cursing the future of Yoshitomo, who has killed all his relatives.
  986. Otowakohime, a daughter of Kiyotsuna, married Motoharu SATO, the Shoji (an administrator of a manor) of Shinobu County.
  987. Otoyo - Tobushi route
  988. Otoyo no Mikoto, who was her father, was a descendant of Ame no Hoakari (one of the gods in Japanese mythology).
  989. Otsu
  990. Otsu 4 Go (Number 4)
  991. Otsu Biwako Keirin Velodrome
  992. Otsu City
  993. Otsu City Labor and Welfare Center
  994. Otsu City Museum of History
  995. Otsu City Science Museum
  996. Otsu City is a city located at the southwest end of Shiga Prefecture, which is the prefectural capital.
  997. Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture
  998. Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture, is located in the east, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City, is in the north, west, and south, Higashiyama Ward is in the west, and Fushimi Ward is in the south.
  999. Otsu City, Shiga prefecture
  1000. Otsu Court: Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture: Nobuatsu NAGATANI

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