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  1. Otsu Domain
  2. Otsu Incident
  3. Otsu Ko mixed shochu
  4. Otsu Marina
  5. Otsu Port (Shiga Prefecture)
  6. Otsu Port -> Okishima Island -> Chikubujima Island -> Nagahama Port (Shiga Prefecture) -> Otsu Port
  7. Otsu Port -> Otsu Prince Hotel Port -> (Sightseeing cruise) -> Otsu Port
  8. Otsu Port is a port located in Shiga Prefecture.
  9. Otsu Port marina
  10. Otsu Prefecture: established on April 25 (leap month in the old lunar calendar) in 1868 ->X
  11. Otsu Prince Hotel
  12. Otsu Prince Hotel in Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture is a business hotel built on the causeway surrounding lake Biwa.
  13. Otsu Station - Yamashina Station - Kyoto Station
  14. Otsu Station, Biwako Line, West Japan Railway Company
  15. Otsu Toji
  16. Otsu central post office
  17. Otsu no Miya Palace (Kyo): Emperor Tenchi - Emperor Kobun
  18. Otsu paintings and Otsu abacus became its local specialities.
  19. Otsu, Sakamoto and Katata flourished in water transport of goods, and the Katata Navy was active.
  20. Otsu-bugyo
  21. Otsu-bugyo (Otsu magistrate) is a post created in Otsu domain of Omi Province (present-day Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture) in the Middle Ages.
  22. Otsu-bugyo appointment is believed to date back to 1534, when it was created by the Rokkaku clan (either by Ujitsuna or Sadayori ROKKAKU) and Kiyomune KOMAI was appointed to the post, but the details remain unknown.
  23. Otsu-e (Otsu paintings, named after the town of Otsu in Shiga Prefecture)
  24. Otsu-e are a folk paintings featuring Otsu inn town with Buddhist paintings and a wide range secular paintings.
  25. Otsu-e could be considered a forerunner of namazu-e.
  26. Otsu-e is a style of painting and local specialty which Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture, has been noted for from the early Edo period.
  27. Otsu-gaki
  28. Otsu-jo Castle
  29. Otsu-jo Castle Ruins
  30. Otsu-jo Castle was abandoned after the war, and some parts of the castle including the keep were reportedly transferred to Zeze-jo Castle or Hikone-jo Castle.
  31. Otsu-jo Castle was located in Otsu, Shiga County, Omi Province in the Azuchi-Momoyama period.
  32. Otsu-jo Castle, a "hira-jiro" (castle built on level ground) lay on the area around present-day JR West Otsu Station in Hamaotsu, Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture, and the "honmaru" (keep and main areas) of the castle was located near the existing pier in Otsu Port of Lake Biwa.
  33. Otsu-juku--Fushimi-juku--Yodo-shuku
  34. Otsu-matsuri Festival (main festival: the day before the Health Sports Day every October)
  35. Otsubone (court lady) of Nihongi (Six National Histories)
  36. Otsubone Court Lady of Jibukyo
  37. Otsubone Court Lady of Jibukyo (1152 - October 15, 1231) was a woman from the late Heian and early Kamakura periods.
  38. Otsubone Court Lady of Jibukyo moved into limelight again by supporting Gotakakura-in and the mother of Emperor Gohorikawa, Kitashirakawa-in.
  39. Otsubone Court Lady of Jibukyo was still alive in 1230 when "The Tale of the Heike" is known to have been completed.
  40. Otsubone Court Lady of Jibukyo went back to Kyoto with the Imperial Prince Morisada and the women of the Taira clan, including Kenreimonin, and lived in Shijo-Omiya at the residence of her relative, FUJIWARA no Takafusa.
  41. Otsubone Court Lady of Jibukyo, who was called out for that execution, broke out into tears when she thought she had seen her late husband in the place of her son, Tomotada.
  42. Otsubu had more shogi (prostitutes) in general.
  43. Otsuchi Junkai: Tsunaga, Niikawa, Iwai, Omizu, Kawaai, Kumabuchi, Aedohashihime, Oyamatsumi, Koyasu, Ujiyoda, Najime, Ashihara, Otsuchimioya, Ujinonuki, Kunitsumioya, and Ashidate jinja Shrines
  44. Otsucho, Shimogyo Ward, Kyoto City: 64,436
  45. Otsudojimaru took the reins of the family with Masamitsu, his uncle, as his guardian, and was appointed to the military governor of the Hida, Izumo, and Iki provinces.
  46. Otsue Museum
  47. Otsugi played by Gado KATAOKA (the thirteenth) was extremely wonderful by giving off a kamigata-style amorous aura.
  48. Otsugo-ken Notes; the letteres printed on the Japanese bank notes at that time were erased and the large letters of 'military currency' were printed on the surfaces to be issued.
  49. Otsugomori (December 1894, 'Bungakukai')
  50. Otsugu also proposed to limit the messengers from Bo Hai (a country) whose diplomatic mission became weaker and became almost commercial and who only troubled the residents of the areas where the messengers passed through.
  51. Otsugu died during his tenure as Shonii and Sadaijin (at the age of 70).
  52. Otsugu said at once, 'What currently troubles the people are the subjugation of Ezo and the construction of Heiankyo and the people will be relieved if these two are stopped.'
  53. Otsugu still eventually maintained the head seat of Taikaku (cabinet) more than 15 years after the death of Fuyutsugu during the eras of Emperors Junna and Ninmyo, while his cousin's son FUJIWARA no Yoshino also left accomplishments as a local officer, and was promoted to Chunagon (vice-councilor of state).
  54. Otsugu was also appointed to Gyobukyo (Minister of Justice).
  55. Otsugu was also appointed to Kansatsushi for Sanyodo.
  56. Otsugu was appointed to Chunagon.
  57. Otsugu was appointed to Dainagon (chief councilor of state.
  58. Otsugu was appointed to Jusanmi (Junior Third Rank) (FUJIWARA no Fuyutsugu was also appointed to this position in the previous year and their ranks became reversed).
  59. Otsugu was appointed to Shosanmi (Senior Third Rank).
  60. Otsugu was at Shonii (Senior Second Rank) and was Sadaijin (minister of the left).
  61. Otsugu was promoted to Ueji no kami (Captain of the Right Division of Outer Palace Guards).
  62. Otsugu was the first son of FUJIWARA no Momokawa of the Ceremonial House of the FUJIWARA clan.
  63. Otsugu's mother was a daughter of ISE no Otsu, a powerful clan in Ise Province.
  64. Otsuhime once recovered, but got ill again and he returned to Kyoto because he could not expect her recovery.
  65. Otsuka-Saikachido site (Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture)
  66. Otsukaiban (a person responsible for order and patrol in the battlefield) Shinhachiro.
  67. Otsukaiban (a person responsible for order and patrol in the battlefield) status, Omotegoban, 150 koku Takeshiro Motoyuki TERAO (54).
  68. Otsukegaro (a governmental post in the Edo bakufu, or a person or persons in the post)
  69. Otsukegaro at the gosanke families
  70. Otsukegaro is a karo (chief retainer) in the early Edo bakufu period who, when kikoshi (a young nobleman) in the linage of the Tokugawa Shogun family became the lord of a domain (daimyo), was appointed directly by Seii taishogun (literally, "the great general who was to subdue the barbarians") for serving the lord.
  71. Otsukegaro other than those at the gosanke families
  72. Otsukimi Dorobo
  73. Otsukimi Dorobo is one of the children's moon viewing events held in various regions.
  74. Otsukuni' means to reside in the nation, and means governing the nation.
  75. Otsukuri (sliced raw fish)
  76. Otsukyo Station approaches after passing through the Nagarayama tunnel.
  77. Otsune Goten
  78. Otsunomiya is Higo Otsu (Otsu-cho town) not Omi Otsu (Otsu city).
  79. Otsurui (second class) - 300 chapters
  80. Otsutora
  81. Otsuya no kata
  82. Otsuya no kata (year of birth: unknown - date of death: January 2, 1576) was a person who lived from the Sengoku period (period of warring states) to the Azuchi Momoyama Period.
  83. Otsuya no kata surrendered the castle to the enemy by getting married with Nobutomo.
  84. Otsuya no kata was also caught by Nobunaga ODA to be executed by crucifixion with her head upside down toward the ground.
  85. Otsuya no kata, Kageto's widow, (Nobunaga's aunt) resisted by adopting Nobunaga's fifth son Bomaru (later Katsunaga ODA) as a son and placing him as the castellan.
  86. Otsuyu is sometimes used to make a distinction between osuimono (a kind of soup) and miso soup.
  87. Otsuyu visits Rokubei and Sakusuke who have been astonished by a letter from Omiyo.
  88. Otsuzumi (hip drum):
  89. Otsuzumi kata
  90. Otsuzumi only joins Sanbaso.
  91. Otsuzumi-kata
  92. Otsuzumi-kata also appears on the stage.
  93. Otsuzumi-kata of Kanze-ryu (former name Renzaburo HOSHO school) is otsuzumi-kata working in Hosho-za.
  94. Otsuzumi-kata of Okura school is a school of otsuzumi-kata which performed as the accompanist of Konparu school.
  95. Otsuzumikata
  96. Otsuzumikata refers to a special duty that is to take charge of an otsuzumi (big drum) in Nogaku-hayashi (Japanese orchestra for Noh performance) or kabuki musical accompaniment.
  97. Ottmar von MOHL (German, 1848 - 1922)
  98. Otto gatten da, kokoroetanbo no Kawasaki Kanagawa Hodogaya Totsuka wa hashitte yukeba, yaito wo surimuku (oh, all right, I understand; running through Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Hodogaya and Totsuka station, you'll graze the part on which moxa is burned).
  99. Ou Fushu
  100. Ou is usually used to refer to the two provinces which are now called Tohoku region.
  101. Ou reppan domei (a coalition established by many clans in the Northern and Eastern areas of Japan), Byakkotai (suicide corps), Nihonmatsu shonentai (an army consisting of teenagers who fought in the Boshin war), the Republic of Ezo, Shogitai (group of former Tokugawa retainers opposed to the Meiji government who fought in the Battle of Ueno), Denshutai (Edo shogunate's army)
  102. Ouchi (name of an area in Nantan City, Kyoto Prefecture) kabu
  103. Ouchi Clan
  104. Ouchi Shugo
  105. Ouchi and Akamatsu, losing ground, requested Yoshimitsu for a support army.
  106. Ouchi clan as a daimyo in the Sengoku period had fallen at this time (a conquest of Bocho).
  107. Ouchi clan is one of clans in Japan.
  108. Ouchi juku (Shimogo-machi, Minami Aizu-gun, Fukushima Prefecture)
  109. Ouchi shugo Nakatsuna, together with Yorimasa, served the Emperor and the Cloistered Emperor, and participated in various types of events.
  110. Ouchi side was disastrously defeated with the supreme commander, Yoshitaka routed to Suo, and his adopted child, Harumochi OUCHI drowned at Iyagaura during the rout.
  111. Ouchi-juku on the old Aizunishi-kaido Road (Shimogo-machi, Minami Aizu-gun, Fukushima Prefecture)
  112. Ouchi-juku, Shimogo-machi, Fukushima Prefecture, 1981, post town
  113. Ouchi-kikugiri montsuki saaya dofuku (vest garment decorated with a gold chrysanthemum motif)
  114. Ouetsu-reppan alliance
  115. Oukayuri-zu (Painting of playing carps) (owned by Itsuo Art Museum)
  116. Ouke-danchi apartment complex and other large-scale apartment complexes operated by Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture and the Urban Renaissance Agency
  117. Oumamawarigumi Mitsutaro NARUSE.
  118. Oume
  119. Oume (date of birth unknown - October 30, 1863) was a woman during the late Edo Period.
  120. Oume HANAI
  121. Oume HANAI (1863 - December 14, 1916) was the name of character and the title of the movie which was modeled on the evil woman and her murder case in the Meiji and the Taisho periods.
  122. Oume was a fine and charming woman, and she was so beautiful that the she became popular among the Shinsengumi members.
  123. Oume was also mercilessly killed.
  124. Oume's body was left at the Yagi family's house, but since it was summer it could not have been left for a long time, and even though they negotiated with Hishiya, who was Oume's host, he would not take responsibility, saying 'I gave her a leave.'
  125. Oume's corpse was such that her head was cut off and it was barely connected to the body by a piece of skin.
  126. Oume's upbringing and how she met Serizawa can be found in detail in "Shinsengumi Shimatsuki" and "Shinsengumi Ibun," which are narratives written in the Showa period by a novelist, Kan SHIMOZAWA, based on his interviews with Tamesaburo YAGI (a son of the Yagi family whose residence was used as Shinsengumi headquarters).
  127. Oume: Manjiro ICHIMURA
  128. Our Enemy is in the Honno-ji Temple
  129. Our Karmic Ties that seemed to have been deep and thick has been shallow and thin in fact.
  130. Our action is nothing but evil in itself, as is shown below.
  131. Our country has served China for generations, and has never mistaken the year of tribute.
  132. Our country is about to make unprecedented reforms, and the emperor shall, upon oath by God, lay down a national policy before the nation and open a road to national security.
  133. Our country is located far away and have domains outside the country.'
  134. Our country, which was taken into Sakuho by the Emperor, is far away from China, and has become a hanpei (protector of the Emperor) as indirect subject.
  135. Our descendants and family clans will be sure to die out and thus they vowed with tears in their eyes.'
  136. Our descendants will cease to exist, and our family lines will certainly die out.
  137. Our enemy is in the Honno-ji Temple' was first seen in "Kawasumi Taikoki" of the beginning of the Edo period, and it was told that the person who participated in the troop of the Akechi clan gave help for "Kawakami Taikoki."
  138. Our forces are placed in an extremely difficult situation here.
  139. Our guru, Juntaro TAKAHASHI, was from Kanazawa and studied medical science at Tokyo University.
  140. Our luck finally ran out here.
  141. Our military forces sometimes make night attacks and day attacks, but we do not know about sophisticated tactics.'
  142. Our new principles will form the precedents for tomorrow.'
  143. Our soldiers passed this place without consuming a bullet, reaching Yamaguchi Village.
  144. Our troops cut off from the main force fought a losing battle, causing heavy casualties.
  145. Oura Peninsula
  146. Oura-mikan mandarin orange
  147. Ouratenshu-do (Oura church) (Nagasaki City, Nagasaki Prefecture)
  148. Oushikochi clan
  149. Ousu no Mikoto slew his brother Oousu no Mikoto with his bare hands due to a disagreement about the interpretation of the commands of his father, the emperor, against his brother, who had deprived his father of his favorite consort.
  150. Ousu no Mikoto, with only a few servants, first went to Ise Province where his aunt Yamato Hime no Mikoto had been serving as the high priestess and he was given some female clothing.
  151. Out of 100,000 tons of eels consumed within Japan, 60,000 tons were from China.
  152. Out of 12 applicants, six persons, Maki FUJII, Yukina INUKAI, Emi MORII, Ayumi FUKUHARA, Sakurako SOWA and Saya AOI, were selected through popular voting conducted during the period when the fourth race meeting of Kyoto was held.
  153. Out of 3 tassels, 5 beads of Deshidama as well as 'Tsuyu' are attached to 2 tassels for each.
  154. Out of 44 volumes of "Kiden," Volume 1 provides general remarks (an outline), including 'Naobinomitama' (a book of Shinto), Volume 2 commentaries on the preface and the genealogy of gods, and the rest, Volume 3 to 44, commentaries on the text.
  155. Out of 53 members of Izumi-ryu Shokubunkai, 48 persons opposed to Motoya's succession of soke.
  156. Out of 76 round-trip trains coming from the Keihan Keishin Line each weekday, 28 are directly operated to Uzumasa-tenjingawa Station at intervals of approximately 30 minutes, while the other trains are operated up to Kyoto Shiyakusho-mae Station--an intervening station--except early in the morning and late at night.
  157. Out of about four direct trains an hour, two trains run to Uzumasa-tenjingawa Station and others run to Kyoto Shiyakusho-mae Station, except in the early morning and late night.
  158. Out of above gates, Joto-mon Gate and Josai-mon Gate were called 'Tsuchi no mon' (the gate made out of mud), 'Tsuchimikado,' since they had a tile-roofed mud wall without having proper roof to use as service entrance for Okura. (the Ministry of finance)
  159. Out of all of them, Tamakazura only replied to Hotaru Hyobukyonomiya.
  160. Out of all the Kurosawa films, this is the only spectacle film that deals with episodes invoking real samurai commanders in the Warring States period.
  161. Out of consideration for Yorimichi's lawful wife and the importance of succeeding the Sekkan-ke, he was nurtured at the Tsuchimikado-dono Palace of FUJIWARA no Michinaga (Father of Yorimichi and grandfather of Michifusa) who was the virtual head of the Sekkan-ke.
  162. Out of consideration for the new government, 'Edozakura' was substituted by 'Yaezakura' to avoid using the letters 'Edo' as the city of Tokyo had been just established.
  163. Out of fear of losing his status, Lushan AN finally started a rebellion in 755.
  164. Out of fiefs for Norichika, Yoshinao inherited Tango Province, a half of Ise Province, Chita District, Owari Province (but, only Kaito District, Owari Province was excluded) and also acquired Atsumi District, Mikawa Province, and Obama, Wakasa Province, which was the former territory for shugo.
  165. Out of fury at losing his beloved wife, Izanagi killed Kagutsuchi no kami with a Totsuka no Tsurugi sword.
  166. Out of many festivals which include parades of the senzairaku, few can match the annual autumn festival of Toshima-jinja Shrine (Otoshima Festival) for festivities held on the last Saturday and Sunday of October in Tamashima Otoshima, Kurashiki City.
  167. Out of regret that Gomon gin silver coins had not circulated, it was Meiwa Nanryo Nishu Gin that was issued by some alterations, such as increasing the silver content and engraving 'Exchangeable to 1 ryo Koban with 8 of these' on it instead of a face value.
  168. Out of several, the principle residence in Edo was called kamiyashiki, and the others shimoyashiki.
  169. Out of six chief retainers, two were executed and two were forced to commit seppuku (hara-kiri).
  170. Out of the 1000 Wakoku ships that were gathered in Hakusonko, approximately 400 were burnt down and Chikushi no Kimi Sachiyama was taken as hostage by the Tang forces.
  171. Out of the 380,000 casualties, 87,983 soldiers were killed in action.
  172. Out of the 54 chapters of The Tale of Genji, he appears from 'Momiji no Ga' (The Autumn Excursion) to 'Hashihime' (The Maiden of the Bridge).
  173. Out of the 55 towns, the following 18 towns (all prefixing the name 'Momoyama-cho') belonged to the former Oaza Rokujizo and the remaining 37 towns belonged to the former Oaza Horiuchi.
  174. Out of the Grade 1 (G1) races in the Keirin race rating, the Yomiuri News Cup All Japan Selection Keirin was held in 1987 and out of the Grade 2 (G2) races in the Keirin race rating, the Furusato Derby in 2003, as well as the Kyodo News Service Cup Keirin in 2007, took place.
  175. Out of the Yangzi jiang theory
  176. Out of the administrators of the farms, tribal warrior bands emerged and prospered.
  177. Out of the existing 220 households, 100 were given for his deed of valor in the Jinshin War, but the details of the remaining 120 were unknown.
  178. Out of the five existing translations, there are various theories about the translators of 'Kan-yaku (Han translation),' 'Go-yaku (Go translation)' and 'Gi-yaku (Wei translation).'
  179. Out of the full eight volumes, Volume One was lost, Volume Two to Volume Seven are kept in Shinsho Gokuraku-ji Temple in Kyoto and Volume Eight is privately owned (all of them are Japanese National Treasures).
  180. Out of the many specters of utensils, it is considered especially sacred, for the pot was used such as for 'Kibitsuno Okamauranai', which is a fortune telling that distinguished lucky omen.
  181. Out of the newly laid tracks, the two easternmost tracks began to be used by the Kyoto Line.
  182. Out of the nine 'fu' under the Fu-Han-Ken Sei (the domain and prefecture system), six 'fu' were changed into 'ken' under Haihan-chiken (abolition of feudal domains and establishment of prefectures) published in 1874, which resulted in three 'fu,' which remained in the prefectural system under Meiji Constitute.
  183. Out of the three mountains, it has the most Alps-like appearance and the figure is impressive for the exposed rocks of unusual shape.
  184. Out of the three warehouses of Shosoin, Hokuso in particular was placed under strict administration from early on, since it held the articles associated with Emperor Shomu and Empress Komyo.
  185. Out of the trains bound for Nara (outbound train), a train coming from Kamo Station via the Yamatoji Line could enter Platform 3 or Platform 4, but a train coming from Kyoto via the Nara Line can only use Platform 3.
  186. Out of the twelve palace gates, Suzakumon was the most important.
  187. Out of the two, Oaza Nakajima was reorganized into 12 towns prefixing the name 'Nakajima' in 1931.
  188. Out of the two, the liberal arts were rearranged so as to center the common subjects in the curriculum, after the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences was closed in 1993.
  189. Out of the wall paintings of Kondo (the Golden Pavilion) of the Horyu-ji Temple, the twelve mural paintings on the large walls burned down by the fire which broke out in 1949, and only 20 mural paintings of Hiten (a flying, music-playing Buddhist angel) escaped the fire.
  190. Out of the well, Okiku's ghost narrates in a reproachful voice, 'One plate, two plate …' 'Nine plate, … one is missing …'; it is a typical way when she appears in Kaidan or a haunted house, and so on.
  191. Out of the works of Shoen, he mentioned "Shunen" (Spring Garden) and "Tenpokagi" (Tenpo Era Songstress) as his favorites.
  192. Out of these nine, eight hailed from the domains of Satsuma and Choshu.
  193. Out of these people, the craftsmen got out of Danzaemon's control at an early stage.
  194. Out of these towns, 48 were integrated into some surrounding villages in 1877 and 31 in 1889 and 188 towns remained.
  195. Out of these two incidents, the former damaged the blank space without a picture.
  196. Out of these, Noso-cho was originally one of the six towns near the Yodo-jo Castle; it became Oaza of Noso village at the time of the enforcement of the Municipal Government Act in 1889 and then became Noso-cho, Fushimi Ward in 1931.
  197. Out of these, Oaza Daigo was reorganized into 67 towns prefixing the name 'Daigo' when Fushimi Ward was established in 1931.
  198. Out of these, Oaza Fukakusa was reorganized into 74 towns prefixing the name 'Fukakusa.'
  199. Out of these, Oaza Yokooji was reorganized into 32 towns prefixing the name 'Yokooji' in 1931, Oaza Shimomisu into 8 towns prefixing the name 'Yokooji Shimomisu' in the same year and Oaza Misu into 5 towns prefixing the name 'Yokooji Misu' in the same year, respectively.
  200. Out of these, the castle built in Ono in Tsukushi Province was the Ono-jo Castle.
  201. Out of these, the former Yodo town was established in 1889 by merger of Ikegami town, Shimozu town and Shincho town in the former Yodo-jo Castle town.
  202. Out of these, the mitsu-zakana and nishime are served in nests of lacquered boxes.
  203. Out of these, towns of Shimono-cho, Nakano-cho and Hashizume-cho formed a district which had been integrated into Mukaijima village from Machigumi of Fushimi at the time of the enforcement of the Municipal Government Act in 1889 and renamed as Mukaijima Shimono-cho, Mukaijima Nakano-cho and Mukaijima Hashizume-cho in 1931.
  204. Outa song
  205. Outbound (from Kinosakionsen to Kyoto): Five trains (nos. 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10)
  206. Outbound lane
  207. Outbound lane (toward Suita Junction and Nishinomiya Interchange)
  208. Outbound train: Limited Express 'Tanba' No. 7 and No. 9, 'Maizuru' No. 11
  209. Outbreak
  210. Outbreak and Conclusion of Riot
  211. Outbreak of domestic warfare and Kiyomori's death
  212. Outbreak of the Manchurian Incident
  213. Outbreak of the Pacific War (the Greater East Asian War)
  214. Outbreak of the Sino-Japanese War
  215. Outbreak of war
  216. Outcome of the Intervention
  217. Outcomes
  218. Outdated fashion can be seen as yabo if it is not considered retro just yet.
  219. Outdoor Theater
  220. Outdoor art space
  221. Outdoor event where taking pictures is allowed
  222. Outdoor sports (any of these are recognized as hobbies)
  223. Outdoor swimming pool
  224. Outdoors
  225. Outer Junior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade
  226. Outer Senior Fifth Rank, Lower Grade.
  227. Outer finish
  228. Outer garment and kasane-uchiki (a series of brightly colored unlined robes) were worn underneath Kouchigi for semi-formal attire.
  229. Outer hakama
  230. Outer precincts Shrine
  231. Outer precincts shrines
  232. Outer wall: granite (from outside of the Dongdaemun gate in Seoul), bricks inside walls
  233. Outing (visiting temples and shrines, cherry blossom viewing, moon viewing, autumn leaves viewing and snow viewing)
  234. Outlets
  235. Outline
  236. Outline (Staging and each scene)
  237. Outline and history
  238. Outline of Ouchi clan having a family name of Tatara.
  239. Outline of Relatives
  240. Outline of maturing
  241. Outline of national treasures by category
  242. Outline of shichu-hikimawashi
  243. Outline of the Designation Procedures
  244. Outline of the System
  245. Outline of the University
  246. Outline of the case
  247. Outline of the content is as follows.
  248. Outline of the incident
  249. Outline of the situation in Japan
  250. Outline of the story
  251. Outline of the university
  252. Outline of this poetry collection
  253. Outline:
  254. Outlined below.
  255. Outlines
  256. Outliving his heir Yoshimoto KIRA, Yoshinobu transferred his family headship to his legitimate grandson Yoshitaka KIRA on November 8, 1516 (cf. "Muromachike Gonaishoan").
  257. Outnumbering the enemy, the Takeda troops prevailed in battle.
  258. Outraged by the arrogance with which Yoshimasa interfered in the Kanrei families' affairs despite his position as a mere steward, the leaders Katsumoto HOSOKAWA and Sozen YAMANA came together to banish Sadachika from the bakufu.
  259. Outside Ishiyama, the Hongan-ji Temple army directly fought with the Oda army at the bank of Yodo-gawa River on 23.
  260. Outside Japan
  261. Outside Japan where cross-border transactions flourished from ancient times, there were many money changers who dealt with foreign money exchange and finance.
  262. Outside Japan, a similar style is seen in stone-roasted bibimbap and yukhoe in the Republic of Korea.
  263. Outside Japan, good-quality kanten is produced in Morocco, Portugal, Spain, Chile and Argentina.
  264. Outside Japan, it commonly became merged with Cola (Beverages) and PepsiCo "Pepsi-Kona" (1995), "Pepsi Kaffe" (2004), Coca-Cola "Coca-Cola Bl?k" (2006) and so on were put on the market.
  265. Outside Japan, the Japanese Mimana Governmental Army defeated Goguryeo in February 464, and invaded Silla in June 465.
  266. Outside Japan, the following museums own his works.
  267. Outside Kumamoto, many domains followed the Kumamoto Domain and began carrying out judicial reforms modeled after the Ming code since the end of the eighteenth century.
  268. Outside Nara, "Kanshinji shu" and "Amanosake" (made by Kongo-ji Temple [Kawachinagano City]) in Kawachi, "Hogen shu" in Echizen (Hogen-ji Temple) and "Hyakusaiji sake" in Omi were the most famous.
  269. Outside of Italy, spaghetti is usually covered in this sauce.
  270. Outside of Japan
  271. Outside of Japan it is distributed widely from Southeast Asia to India, Africa, Australia, and Americas.
  272. Outside of Japan, crimes of treason and rebellion against Emperor or King are sometimes called high treason.
  273. Outside of Japan, hongan is known to be used as an expression for the birthplace of the clan's originator, which is still being put in use in the Korean Peninsula.
  274. Outside of Japan, the German geopolitician Karl Haushofer committed seppuku.
  275. Outside of Japan, there are many people who associate 'ita nori' with a sheet of carbon paper and detest it, saying that 'it sticks to the back sides of the teeth' or 'it's like eating a sheet of paper.'
  276. Outside of Japan, they are also distributed widely in East Asia from the Korean Peninsula to Vietnam.
  277. Outside of Japan, they are widely distributed in the tropical zones of the Pacific and Indian Oceans.
  278. Outside of Japan, use of such roofs in private houses has decreased in West Europe (such as Germany, Denmark and Holland).
  279. Outside of the Court, this custom was also conducted in areas such as the Korean Peninsula.
  280. Outside of the funeral parlor, the retainers perform the ceremony of Shinobi or Shinobigoto.
  281. Outside of the house, many travelers pass by, but Soemon doesn't show up.
  282. Outside reverse fold
  283. Outside the Fukuchiyama Basin
  284. Outside the Kanto region, Tori no ichi is held in Daian-ji Temple in Hamamatsu City (in Naka Ward, Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Prefecture).
  285. Outside the Kinki region, in the Chukyo region including Nagoya City, if you order a kushikatsu at a bar that serves both kushikatsu and dote-ni (cow line meat stewed in miso, sugar and sake), the kushikatsu will be served dipped in the dote-ni broth flavored with hatcho miso (bean paste).
  286. Outside the cinema it has also contributed actively to the production of TV films, and since 1989 it has increased the amount of film releases with a series of original videos called "V cinema."
  287. Outside the flat-rate area, block rates with numbered tickets are used.
  288. Outside the kabuki world, he had friendship with Kazuo HASEGAWA.
  289. Outside the school facilities
  290. Outside the ticket gates, Ekiben wagons are occasionally available.
  291. Outside the villa is a large garden with a walkway around it.
  292. Outside, all of sudden, lightning struck and a thunderstorm broke.
  293. Outstanding Works
  294. Outstanding achievements during the Jisho-Juei Civil War
  295. Outward operation toward the Uji area: Yodoyabashi to Uji, two trains
  296. Outwardly, his parents' home was a supporter of a Jodo Shinshu temple, but it had a kind of inward belief (= kakushi nenbutsu) called 'Shingosho.'
  297. Outwardly, kakushi nenbutsu belongs to another sect, such as Soto Zen Sect, and holds a funeral and other rituals at a temple, but after these rituals, there is a secret funeral for the believers only, they say.
  298. Oval
  299. Ovaries are dried in layers, and over a dozen kilograms of sea cucmbers are required to produce a single sheet, making it very expensive (several thousand yen per sheet, as of 2008).
  300. Over 10,000 peasants left for Tokyo from Unryu-ji Temple.
  301. Over 20 actors are registered in the Nohgaku Performers' Association as of 2007.
  302. Over 250 versions of namazu-e have been confirmed so far and it is thought that far more versions of namazu-e were actually published.
  303. Over 30 young men who were originally from Fukuoka Prefecture and Kumamoto Prefecture participated in the tournament, and they used a formal Japanese style dohyo.
  304. Over 300 people gathered.
  305. Over 300 years and ten generations thereafter, until the shoya system was discontinued in the Meiji period, the shoya Omori family in Ogawa-mura had continued without interruption ("Hikoshichi OMORI- a remarkable person in Iyo" by Naka KIMURA).
  306. Over 400 years after the death of Sanetaka, the manuscript in his own hand was handed down in the Sanjonishi family, but after the Pacific war the manuscript was moved to The Historiographical Institute of Tokyo University and is still preserved there.
  307. Over 70 members including the family members of Kuranosuke OISHI (Genshiro SHINBEI, Gengozaemon OYAMA, and Magoshiro OISHI) left the league (return of shinmon).
  308. Over 70 years of age, Yorimasa strongly wanted to be promoted to Jusanmi to prove the honor of his family.
  309. Over My Dead Body
  310. Over a bowl of rice, a layer of shredded cabbage is placed, then tonkatsu which is either dipped in or covered with a special sauce or Worcester sauce is placed on top of that (those in Fukui Prefecture eat this without the cabbage).
  311. Over a long span of time, Jodo-kyo became widespread in India.
  312. Over a period of 264 years during the Edo period, it topped the whole of the Japanese society, which included the samurai world, practically as the monarch and ruler of Japan.
  313. Over all, it was written based on the idea of Mitogaku based on Shushigaku which considered that retainers should revere the emperor, and the book greatly influenced thought during the end of the Edo period.
  314. Over and above the fact that to the samurai, who had owned the lion's share of land throughout the country, having the Emperor assert direct control over that land was entirely unprecedented, Emperor Godaigo's government was also impetuous, ensuring that it would not receive the support of the samurai class.
  315. Over eight days, 70 soldiers were baptized, followed by 14 more.
  316. Over five hundred people in all, including the chief of Saiguryo and others, worked there.
  317. Over generations from the second regent Yoshitoki, the Hojo clan had disposed of other powerful gokenin and established the solid base of regency.
  318. Over generations, its literary feature became stronger and, as mentioned above, 'Hanji' came to establish itself as literary/poetry criticism.
  319. Over its 1200-year history, Todai-ji Temple has had great influence not only on Japanese temples but also on the country itself.
  320. Over nearly the entire section between Kyoto and Osaka, the line has extremely good lineation that permits the train to run at 130 km/h in the outer line, except for some curved sections.
  321. Over several generations, the men in the family died young, forcing them to adopt men as husbands for their daughters from the family's hometown, the northern Omi Province.
  322. Over the Kasugano-field, soft and gentle spring snow lies, while how cold-heartedly it looks for me to cover all the grasses which have just come up.
  323. Over the Ryubidan Steps, at the left and right side of the Daigokuden two small Rokaku (pagoda style buildings) called 'Byakkoro' (literally White Tiger Tower) and 'Soryuro' (literally Blue Dragon Tower) are situated opposite each other.
  324. Over the course described above, various translations for yeast or Hafe were unified as '酵母.'
  325. Over the course of those 230 years, it fell into disrepair as buildings were lost one after another to storms, earthquakes, and lightning strikes.
  326. Over the course of time, Benkei made an earnest wish to win through combat one thousand swords in Kyoto.
  327. Over the dohyo, hanging from the ceiling, is Hoya (roof).
  328. Over the entrance of the station building, there is a description of the old station name: 'Sakamoto Eki' (坂本驛).
  329. Over the festival period, hina dolls are displayed in a hundred and several tens of shops, and in galleries and museums, and pink, vertically long banners serve as a landmark.
  330. Over the generations, the iemoto was assigned as the sado (the head person who handles matters related to the tea ceremony) for the feudal lord of the Kishu Province Kishu-Tokugawa family (one of the three branch families of the house of Tokugawa).
  331. Over the identity of Ezochishimao Kasha, in the wake of theory put forward by Kimiaki TAKAHASHI in 1981 that Ezochishimao Kasha was a chief of Ainu tribe, new theories were released actively.
  332. Over the introduction of Buddhism, a conflict between the two influential clans, the Soga clan (pro-Buddhist) and the Mononobe clan (anti-Buddhist), escalated into an armed struggle, and it ended in the pro-Buddhist Soga clan's victory.
  333. Over the layer of scorched soil, there is a layer of leveled ground, which is considered to be the remnants of the period of Nagahide NIWA.
  334. Over the mountain,' a translated song in the play of 'Pipa Passe' by Carl Busse, and 'Fallen Leaves,' a translation of 'Chanson d'Automne' by Paul Verlaine are famous in Japan as those are picked up and introduced in Japanese textbooks.
  335. Over the new year period of 1594, he visited the Imperial Palace as a member of the new court nobles.
  336. Over the new year period of 1595, he visited the Imperial Palace accompanying Hidetsugu TOYOTOMI who became Kanpaku (Chief Adviser to the Emperor).
  337. Over the next few years, by replacing younger brothers lacking leadership skills, Shoshi assumed leadership of the family and, with the support of Yorimichi and others, helped sustain the system of regents.
  338. Over the past few years, long-term storage has become possible due to the improvement of packaging techniques (vacuum filling, etc.), and consequently tofu products made by medium and small companies can also be found in convenience stores.
  339. Over the years in the Edo period, the examples of an Ichidai-garo officer being appointed increased little by little, and in contrast to these Ichidai-garo officers, the Karo officers from families that had produced a Karo officer for generations were called Eidai-garo (permanent Karo).
  340. Over this time, then through to the next year (1868-1869), the Surrender of Edo-jo Castle turned out to be the essential ground-breaking point in a series of following actions taken during the Boshin Civil War; therefore providing greater advantage to the new government's forces, and effectively establishing the castles fall as a highly significant event in Japanese history.
  341. Over time Daigaku-besso declined to such an extent that they became only a form as the power of other clans decreased, with the exception of the Kangakuin of the Fujiwara clan.
  342. Over time chofuku gradually changed into sokutai, and with the change, chofuku came to be regarded as more important than before changing its role from the normal working clothes for government officials to the ceremonial dress and formal attire.
  343. Over time he became the 3rd generation head monk of Daizen-ji temple (one of 18 danrin [key Jodo Sect temples where monks are trained] in the Kanto region) in Hachioji, Musashi Province (present-day Hachioji City).
  344. Over time, Jogaku Zasshi changed its publishing frequency from weekly to monthly and some columns such as Jiran aiming to offer stories for children were discontinued.
  345. Over time, Tori no ichi began to be held throughout Edo.
  346. Over time, a system for Brewing Society (present-day Brewing Society of Japan) to isolate, pure-culture, and distribute the high-prize winning yeasts that were objectively evaluated as excellent at the fair to breweries throughout Japan was established.
  347. Over time, groups performing Sangaku at various places began to appear.
  348. Over time, he became interested in religion and psychic ability, and on March 1, 1898, went to the sacred mountain, Takakuma-yama, near Kameoka City with an oracle named Fuyo MATSUOKA (also known as 'Tengu') for week-long spiritual training.
  349. Over time, its technique and equipment had been improved and each school developed individually at the same time.
  350. Over time, names such as Taro and Jiro were widely used in both the samurai and merchant classes.
  351. Over time, sokutai became the ritual accouterments and ikan became established as the work clothes in the Imperial Court.
  352. Over time, the Tsuchimikado family outstripped the Koutokui family, and by the end of the 17th century, they achieved a dominant position in Ommyodo across Japan by obtaining the right to grant Ommyo-ji licenses.
  353. Over time, the concept of Tsukegaro came to depend on each domain and each Tsukegaro family.
  354. Over time, the kagura experienced a change so that, in addition to its traditional supernatural element, it came to be performed as a rite of prayer for the earthly wishes of requestors who sought secular benefits.
  355. Over time, the number of Genro decreased.
  356. Over time, the readership expanded to include young adults in addition to homemakers that had been the established target for the magazine and so, to gain support from both conservative homemaker and innovative young adult groups, it went through a succession of overhaul.
  357. Over time, the right to gain Kajishi was divided and became the object of sale or donation.
  358. Over time, the temple fell into disrepair, and in 1339, the chief priest of the nearby Matsuno-taisha Shrine, FUJIWARA no Chikahide, summoned renowned monk and famous garden designer Muso Soseki (Muso Kokushi) to help him revive Saiho-ji as a Zen temple.
  359. Over time, woman's haori coat gradually spread to the world of the geisha.
  360. Over time, yosozake become famous, such as Itami sake, which was designated as gozenshu (high quality sake) for Seii Taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians"), and it raised the prices of yosozake.
  361. Over two hundred young Vietnamese and others who had passed Kakyo (ancient Chinese higher civil service examinations) went to Japan to study, and this movement became known as "the Dong Du Movement."
  362. Overall hardness
  363. Overall length, from left to right ends, of emakimono varies very much, with majority length in the vicinity of 10m, but also with such length as 20m per one scroll like "Kokawadera Engi Emaki" (a picture scroll of the legends of Kokawa-dera Temple).
  364. Overall structure
  365. Overall tapered tube is used.
  366. Overall, Yoritomo's political capabilities were highly rated, but the overall rating tends to vary according to the critics, as to whether they are persons of loyalty to the Emperor or persons abiding by the ethics of Confucianism, and also, the rating fluctuates depending upon the period.
  367. Overall, a 0.4% decrease from the previous year was seen.
  368. Overall, it differs greatly from other early medieval war chronicles; one might call it less a war chronicle and more a fictional romance.
  369. Overall, the role of Mitsuhide requires a high caliber performance suitable for a historic drama.'
  370. Overall, they require fine technique.
  371. Overcoming power schism, Kamigata rakugo united and formed the Kamigata Rakugo Association (whose first chairman was Somemaru III) in 1957, heading for its miraculous revival.
  372. Overhead wiring is installed for Platform 3 and 4.
  373. Overland traffic went through the outer edge of the basin as if to avoid Ogura-ike Pond.
  374. Overlapping this, noh background singing starts singing the description of the scene 'How mysterious. The sky is covered with black cloud and the lightening strikes in all the directions (omitted) shaking continuously, and the thunder god and thunder presents its appearances.'
  375. Overlapping verses
  376. Overnight and one-day bath service was begun in November 2008 by Holiday Afternoon which conducted drilling.
  377. Overnight express train service "Kitaguni"
  378. Overnight train service 'Izumo (train)' (Tokyo Station - Izumoshi Station) (via the Hakubi Line)
  379. Overnight train services '(Sunrise) Seto', '(Sunrise) Izumo' (Tokyo - Takamatsu, Izumo-city)
  380. Overnight train services 'Fuji', 'Hayabusa' (Tokyo - Oita, Kumamoto)
  381. Overnight trains are mentioned later.
  382. Overseas
  383. Overseas (especially in Baekje) records ("Records of Baekje," "The New Selection of Baekje" (百済新撰), and "Original records of Baekje")
  384. Overseas Hasuonna
  385. Overseas education exchange school
  386. Overseas hongan
  387. Overseas promotion
  388. Overseas territories etc.
  389. Overseas trade in lotus
  390. Overseas trade license granted by the Shogunate
  391. Overseas travel was deregulated in 1964, and the number of Japanese going abroad increased rapidly.
  392. Overseas, it is cultivated on Chejudo Island, the southernmost island of the Republic of Korea, Kofun-gun in Gyeongsangnam-do Prefecture, and some parts of the People's Republic of China.
  393. Overseas, mikan is also grown in Spain, Turkey, Cheju Island in the Republic of Korea and so on.
  394. Overseas, sushi, sashimi (fresh slices of raw fish), soba (buckwheat noodles), and tenpura (a Japanese deep-fried dish) are well-known.
  395. Overseas, wabi and sabi have, until now, been perceived of as representing Japanese aesthetics.
  396. Oversize vehicle: 700 yen
  397. Oversize vehicle: 700 yen (300 yen)
  398. Oversize vehicle: 750 yen
  399. Overthrow of the Shogunate
  400. Overuse and Problems Concerning Animal Grazing Habits
  401. Overview
  402. Overview and story line
  403. Overview of Combination of Wafuku parts (Reference numbers on the parts correspond to those on the cutting pattern)
  404. Overview of Daijo-daijin
  405. Overview of Nyoin
  406. Overview of temple
  407. Overview of the Facility
  408. Overview of the Muromachi period
  409. Overview of the building
  410. Overview of the foundation of each period is as follows:
  411. Overview of the statue
  412. Overview of yeast phylogeny
  413. Overweight
  414. Overwhelming beauty of the gorge formed by gigantic rocks, odd rocks, cliffs has been praised as a place of scenic beauty since ancient times.
  415. Overwork and insomnia, which were social issues at the time of broadcasting, were presented as the cause of Honno-ji no Hen.
  416. Ovum is produced in the female gametophyte, while spermatozoon is produced in the male gametophyte.
  417. Owa
  418. Owada family only with 100 koku (27.8 cubic meters) is thought to be in hard straits.
  419. Owada no tomari (Hyogo Ward, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture)
  420. Owada no tomari (Owada port)
  421. Owada no tomari is described in "Iken Fuji Junikajo" (twelve opinions to the Emperor Daigo) by Kiyoyuki MIYOSHI in 914 and was one of Seppan Gohaku which were built by a daisojo (a Buddhist priest of the highest order) Gyogi during the Nara period.
  422. Owada no tomari refers to the port which existed in Hyogo ward, Kobe city, Hyogo Prefecture and corresponds to a part of current Kobe port west side.
  423. Owada no tomari was located in the east side of Cape Wada, formed a natural good port and was an important port for passage through Seto Inland Sea from the Nara period.
  424. Owake no Omi (subject).
  425. Owake no Omi's father (Kasahayo) and grandfather (Hatehi) did not have kabane (hereditary title) such as Hiko, Sukune, and Wake.
  426. Owake no Omi.
  427. Owake, which is seen on an iron sword with gold inscription, was the Tomonomiyatsuko who led a group of jotojin (guardsmen) (Tomo).
  428. Owarada Route
  429. Owarai (Comedy Performances)
  430. Owari Domain: Nagoya-jo Castle, Inuyama-jo Castle, and Mino-no-kuni Imao-jo Castle
  431. Owari Komaki (Komaki Office for Motor Vehicle Inspection and Registration, Aichi Transport Branch Office, Chubu District Transport Bureau)
  432. Owari Manzai song (December 20, 1996)
  433. Owari Okunitama-jinja Shrine
  434. Owari Province
  435. Owari Province at the time of Motonaga was also exposed to those conflicts of interest, and Motonaga was not the only one who confronted that situation.
  436. Owari Province: Domains of Owari and Inuyama
  437. Owari Tokugawa Marquis family
  438. Owari Tokugawa family
  439. Owari Tokugawa family (three major familys)
  440. Owari Tokugawa family heads after the war
  441. Owari Tsushima Tenno-matsuri Festival (January 28, 1980)
  442. Owari Tsushima Tenno-sai Festival, Tsushima-jinja Shrine (the Main shrine of Tennosha), Shinmei-cho Tsushima City, Aichi Prefecture
  443. Owari no Oji
  444. Owari no kuni Gunji Hyakusho ra no Gebumi' bolstered Motonaga's image as emblematic of a zuryo severely extorting farmers based upon their own greed.
  445. Owari no kuni no miyatsuko
  446. Owari-Tokugawa family (the Owari family and the Owari domain) founded by Yoshinao TOKUGAWA, the ninth son of Ieyasu TOKUGAWA
  447. Owari-manzai (Aichi Prefecture)The nation's designated significant intangible folklore cultural assets (December 20, 1996)
  448. Owari-no-kuni (western Aichi Prefecture)
  449. Owari-zukuri style (Masumida-jinja Shrine, Tsushima-jinja Shrine, and Owari Okuninotama-jinja Shrine)
  450. Owari-zukuri style (an architectural style of shrines characteristic of the Owari region)
  451. Owari-zukuri style is one of the architectural styles of shrines in Japan.
  452. Owari-zukuri style refers to a symmetrical architectural style in which the Honden (main shrine) at the back, the Saimonden (liturgy hall) in the middle, and the Haiden (a hall of worship) at the front are connected by cloisters, and is characteristic to Owari Province.
  453. Owase Wappa in Owase City, Mie Prefecture
  454. Owing to Chiso-kaisei (the Land Tax Reform) implemented in the Meiji period and the abolition of the prohibition on the sale of arable lands, the parasitic landlord system was developed.
  455. Owing to Shinagawa and Aoki from Choshu Domain, Tosuke was highly recognized and treated well by the members of the Choshu faction such as Takayoshi KIDO, Aritomo YAMAGATA, and Hirobumi ITO.
  456. Owing to Yasuyuki MATSUI's hard work with regard to demands for the repayment of a debt owed to Hidetsugu and in acting as a matchmaker in seeking a husband for a daughter of Tadaoki (who was married to a relative of Hidetsugu) called Ocho, the situation didn't become serious, though.
  457. Owing to a friendly tie that Naoaki's great grand son Tamon FUJII deepened with Tomomi IWAKURA, Naoaki's thought came to be recognized and after the Meiji Restoration, he was posthumously given Shoshii (Senior Fourth Rank).
  458. Owing to an epidemic, in 996, when a drastic shuffle of court personnel including Kugyo (the top court officials) was carried out, FUJIWARA no Michinaga came to take leadership as the Minister of the Left and Masamitsu's elder brother FUJIWARA no Akimitsu sat next to Michinaga as the Minister of the Right.
  459. Owing to his outstanding abilities and to the fact that he is a son of a principality of the Zeon military, a character in Mobile Suit Gundam, he has captured the hearts of many with his astonishing charisma.
  460. Owing to his outstanding achievements he was bestowed with a court rank of Shogoi (Senior Fifth Rank) and is enshrined in Tobetsu-jinja Shrine and Hokkaido Kaitaku-jinja Shrine.
  461. Owing to the failure of this expedition, Yoshitaka gave up the government affairs and came to indulge in literature and pleasure.
  462. Owing to the government policy of the separation of Buddhism and Shintoism in the early Meiji period, the use of the title of gongen was banned for some time in order to deny Honji-suijaku setsu, but eventually the ban was withdrawn.
  463. Owing to the introduction of the rapid train, the number of semi-express trains operated between Takatsukishi Station and Kawaramachi Station (in this section they would stop at every station) had to be reduced, and therefore the local trains between Umeda and Takatsukishi extended their operations up to Takatsukishi Station and to the east.
  464. Owing to the land reform, farmlands owned by parasitic landlords were bought at a very cheap price and then sold to tenant farmers at a cheap price.
  465. Owing to the mediation by Geni MAEDA, Organtino was permitted to live in Kyoto again.
  466. Owing to the meritorious services in the Sino-Japanese/Russo-Japanese Wars, he was awarded Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun and Konikyu Kinkei Kunsho.
  467. Owing to the nature of the business, in most of the cases landlords with the financial power directly run forestry business, bringing in business-like management.
  468. Owing to the scarce population along the line, this line could only concentrate its efforts on inter-urban transportation and focus on operating trains at high speeds, such as the super express that connected Tenjinbashi and Omiya in 34 minutes.
  469. Owing to the situation, improvement of the infrastructure such as water supply and sewage systems and pavement of the roads in urban districts were delayed so badly that it was said: I became aware I was entering Kyoto when I saw the roads and sewage.
  470. Owing to the structural restriction of Yodoyabashi Station (it has one platform and three tracks, therefore Platform 1 and Platform 4 have to share the same line), the line as a whole is operated under a tight time schedule.
  471. Owing to these circumstances, the rank of the head family of the Nitta clan became a lower one in the Kamakura bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) which was established as the Togoku government in Kamakura.
  472. Owing to these offerings, the Great Buddha was plated with gold except the head, but the contribution was not delivered timely from Oshu, an another reliable source.
  473. Owing to this Aoshima Island, Ine Bay is not easily affected by the wind, and waves are relatively fewer than those outside of the bay.
  474. Owing to this achievement Toyoji was appointed as the chief of ship carpenters for Hakodate official ships.
  475. Owing to this achievement he was appointed as a "Daikugashira (construction prefect) and started to build Hakodate Maru.
  476. Owing to this case, Mitsuhide was ordered by Nobunaga to go to assist Hideyoshi.
  477. Owing to this, they were not in time for the battle.
  478. Owned by Jingo-ji Temple.
  479. Owned by Kanze family head
  480. Owned by Kongobu-ji Temple.
  481. Owned by Myoo-in Temple (Katsuragawa Bomuracho, Otsu City)
  482. Owned by Rendai-ji Temple (Ritto City, Shiga Prefecture)
  483. Owned by Seikado Bunko Art Museum
  484. Owned by Sonkeikaku-bunko Library.
  485. Owned by Tenri University Library.
  486. Owned by To-ji Temple.
  487. Owned by Tokyo University of the Arts.
  488. Owned by Yomei bunko.
  489. Owned by a hermit, Unchushi (雲中子), who lived in Mt. Shunan, Shoyokyo was Paopei (a weapon for senjutsu (the supernatural art of a hermit)), and it could reveal the original shape of the ghost disguised as a human.
  490. Owned by the Noh Theater Researh Institute of Hosei University.
  491. Owned by the Oda family.
  492. Owned by the old Maeda family.
  493. Owner and architect:
  494. Owner: Taizo-in Temple, Hanazono Myoshinji-cho, Ukyo Ward, Kyoto City (deposited in Kyoto National Museum)
  495. Owners of these developed rice fields were called kaihatsu-ryoshu (local notables who actually developed the land) but their land ownership lacked legal basis and was so unstable that there was high possibility of the shuko by the kokuga.
  496. Ownership
  497. Ownership of Nikko City's Tosho-gu Shrine Honjido Hall (Rinno-ji Temple Yakushido Hall), famous for its Nakiryu (roaring dragon) ceiling painting and flutter echo is said to be disputed by Tosho-gu Shrine and Rinno-ji Temple.
  498. Ownership of land by nobles, powerful clans and temples and shrines - all of whom had capital to carry out reclamation - increased continuously.
  499. Owning the largest site in the Osadano Industrial Park, it consumes the largest amount of electric power in Kyoto Prefecture.
  500. Ox - Kokuzo Bosatsu
  501. Oxen and horses were used to plow fields.
  502. Oxherd after Tang LI (Yamaguchi Prefectural Museum of Art)
  503. Oya mo Kahe (father's name is Kahe), ko mo Kahe (the son is also Kahe), oya Kahe ko Kahe, ko Kahe oya Kahe.
  504. Oya stone
  505. Oyabiko helped Onamuji escape by going through a tree fork to Susanoo's residence in Ne no kuni (Land of the Roots, or the underworld).
  506. Oyabiko no kami
  507. Oyabiko no kami, the child of Izanagi and Izanami, and whose 'oya' is believed to have come from 'oaya,' but with the 'a' dropped, is considered to be of similar divinity as Oayatsuhi no kami (Omagatsuhi no kami).
  508. Oyabiko no kami, who was the fifth to be born, represents the roof that has been thatched.
  509. Oyabone of expensive or fancy products are decorated with lacquer or gold-lacquer craft.
  510. Oyachi hand-stretched somen: Oyachi district in Yokkaichi City, Mie Prefecture, which is known as a production area of cold noodles, has been also the production area of somen since the Edo period.
  511. Oyadaiko have the most freedom (of musical expression) of these instruments.
  512. Oyadaiko players start off by hitting only the drum skin, and then hit the drum skin and the wood frame at the same time from the middle.
  513. Oyadaiko, which is a beer keg shape, has a body carved from a zelkova tree.
  514. Oyadama is attached to each of 2 rings but tassels are not directly attached to Oyadama.
  515. Oyadama to which a tassel is attached is slightly bigger than one to which a tassel is not attached.
  516. Oyakazu - Participants competed over how many arrows they could shoot through during a whole day and night.
  517. Oyaki (flat baked flour or buckwheat flour bun stuffed with red bean paste or vegetable filling)
  518. Oyako-don is made using chicken and eggs, whereas tanin-don is made using meat except for chicken (beef or pork), i.e., using meat of a stranger for an egg; hence tanin-don is named after this recipe.
  519. Oyako-koshi
  520. Oyakodon (bowl of rice with chicken and egg)
  521. Oyakodon is a rice bowl dish that uses boiled chicken and onion in warishita (stock mixed with soy sauce, mirin and sugar) over rice with egg.
  522. Oyakodon is the most common name, but some regions call it Oyako-donburi.
  523. Oyama 2000' that provides an overview of Kumano-kodo including Kohechi includes a brief record of the exploration in 1995.
  524. Oyama Afuri-jinja Shrine (Isehara City, Kanagawa Prefecture), Umenomiya-taisha Shrine (Ukyo Word, Kyoto City), and all Mishima-jinja Shrines and Ozumi-jinja Shrines (大祇神社) throughout Japan are dedicated to Oyamatsumi.
  525. Oyama Station (Tamba-Oyama Station), Shimotaki Station, Tanikawa Station and Kaibara Station began operating.
  526. Oyama died on the day after the death of Soseki NATSUME.
  527. Oyama does not deny the possibility of the existence of Umayatoo, a powerful member of the Imperial family, who might have lived in the Ikaruga no Miya palace and also might have constructed Ikaruga-dera Temple during the Asuka period.
  528. Oyama kui no kami = Amaterasu omikami = Dainichi nyorai (Vairocana)
  529. Oyama ningyo
  530. Oyama nishiki
  531. Oyama or Onnagata (Actor of female roles)
  532. Oyama or Onnagata refers to the actor who acts the role of a young woman, the duty of the actor, or the pattern of acting itself, in Kabuki.
  533. Oyama's opinion was reported in the media and became a topic of conversation.
  534. Oyama-dera Temple in Kanagawa prefecture: The steel statue of Fudo Myoo with two youths (Kamakura period, an important cultural property)
  535. Oyama-jinja Shrine
  536. Oyama-jinja Shrine Maedate-shadan Honden (national important cultural property, repaired in the middle of the Muromachi period) is also known to have been repaired by Yoshiki.
  537. Oyama-jinja Shrine and Togakushi-jinja Shrine have their origins in mountain worship, which shows that Tajikarao is related to mountain worship.
  538. Oyama-kaido Road: It was built for the purpose of visiting Oyama, Kanagawa Prefecture.
  539. Oyama-sho: estate of To-ji Temple.
  540. Oyamakuhi no kami
  541. Oyamakuhi no kami is a Japanese deity.
  542. Oyamakui no Kami
  543. Oyamamori no miko
  544. Oyamamori no miko (earlier than 257 - March 31, 310) was the first prince of Emperor Ojin.
  545. Oyamato Tomb Group
  546. Oyamato Toyoakitsushima: Honshu (the main island of Japan)
  547. Oyamato-jinja Shrine
  548. Oyamatohikosukitomo no Sumeramikoto, the Emperor Itoku
  549. Oyamatohikosukitomo no mikoto settled in the palace of Sakaioka at Karu, and governed the country (Minami Kazuraki-gun, Nara prefecture).
  550. Oyamatonekohikofutoni no Sumeramikoto, the Emperor Korei
  551. Oyamatonekohikofutoni no mikoto settled in the palace of Iodo at Kuroda, and governed the country (Shiki-gun, Nara Prefecture).
  552. Oyamatonekohikokunikuru no Sumeramikoto, the Emperor Kogen
  553. Oyamatonekohikokunikuru no mikoto settled in the palace of Sakaihara at Karu, and governed the country (Takaichi-gun, Nara Prefecture).
  554. Oyamatotarashihikokunioshihito no mikoto settled in the palace of Akizushima at Muro in Kazuraki, and governed the country (Minami Kazuraki-gun, Nara Prefecture).
  555. Oyamatsumi
  556. Oyamatsumi is the god described in Japanese mythology.
  557. Oyamazaki IC/JCT - Kumiyamayodo IC: 29,136
  558. Oyamazaki JCT - Kutsukake IC: March 2013
  559. Oyamazaki JCT/IC - Kutsukake IC (Oe IC): National Highway 478 Kyoto-daini-soto-doro Belt Line
  560. Oyamazaki Junction
  561. Oyamazaki Kiln Site (a national historical site)
  562. Oyamazaki Museum of History
  563. Oyamazaki Rikyu Hachiman-gu Monjo (historical documents): 24 scrolls, 1 book, 1 binding, 52 sheets
  564. Oyamazaki Station
  565. Oyamazaki Station - Nagaokatenjin Station - Nishimuko Station
  566. Oyamazaki Station is along the Tokaido Shinkansen.
  567. Oyamazaki Station is an elevated station having two separate platforms serving two tracks.
  568. Oyamazaki Station, located in Oyamazaki-cho, Otokuni-gun, Kyoto Prefecture, is a stop on the Hankyu Kyoto Line, which is operated by the Hankyu Railway.
  569. Oyamazaki Station, of the Hankyu Railway, is located about 180 meters from Yamazaki Station (a four-minute walk), which is the shortest distance between any two consecutive stations in the section between Kyoto and Osaka.
  570. Oyamazaki Villa
  571. Oyamazaki Villa Museum
  572. Oyamazaki Villa exhibits works collected through his interaction with artists who were involved in the movement such as Kanjiro KAWAI, Bernard LEACH, Shoji HAMADA, Kenkichi TOMIMOTO, Shiko MUNAKATA and Keisuke SERIZAWA.
  573. Oyamazaki Villa used be owned by Shotaro KAGA.
  574. Oyamazaki-Cho Historical Archives
  575. Oyamazaki-cho
  576. Oyamazaki-cho Rekishi Shiryokan (Oyamazaki-Cho Historical Archives)
  577. Oyamazaki-cho is a town in Otokuni-gun, Kyoto Prefecture.
  578. Oyamazaki-cho is famous for producing bamboo shoots.
  579. Oyamazaki-cho was known for agriculture such as rice farming as well as gathering of bamboo shoots.
  580. Oyamazaki-cho, Otokuni-gun
  581. Oyamazakicho Historic Museum
  582. Oyamazumi-jinja Shrine (Sonobe-cho, Nantan City)
  583. Oyamazumi-no-kami, the deity currently enshrined at the shrine, was installed at that time.
  584. Oyasu: actually Antoku-Tei
  585. Oyasuba-kofun Tumulus (Fukushima Prefecture)
  586. Oyatoi' refers to the hiring of someone (unnecessary to be a foreigner) who does not belong to a samurai family for his or her special skills or knowledge in order to accomplish the bakufu's 'goyo' (official business).
  587. Oyatoi-gaikokujin (foreigners in Japan hired to teach new techniques)
  588. Oyatoi-gaikokujin were employed to teach native Japanese the latest technologies and knowledge from Europe and the United States in order to fuel the process of Japan's modernization.
  589. Oyatsu (afternoon snack)
  590. Oyatsu-hime
  591. Oyatsu-hime, written as "大屋都比賣神" or "大屋津姫命," is the goddess of trees in Japanese mythology.
  592. Oyo
  593. Oyo (March 11, 1904 to October 24, 1980; from Akita; real name was Kaneyo NAGAI) was popular as a model at the Tokyo University of the Arts after she moved to Tokyo.
  594. Oyo was the model for one of his best paintings, "Kurofuneya" (The Black Ship Store).
  595. Oyone refuses and Hachinai calls her a thief and makes trouble.
  596. Oyone, the wife of Magoshichi, also lives with them.
  597. Oyori became the commander-in-chief of the group which headed to Omi area.
  598. Oyori reported that a troop of 3000 soldiers of Mino Province was able to block off the Fuwa road.
  599. Oyori rode a horse and returned immediately to report his success to Prince Oama near the public office in Asake District, Ise Province on the 26th.
  600. Oyori's achievements created the path for his descendants like MURAKUNI no Shigamaro to live his life as a lower ranking government official in the Imperial Court.
  601. Oyori's grandchildren MURAKUNI no Shimanushi, MURAKUNI no Mushimaro and MURAKUNI no Oi (their relationships to Oyori are unknown) appear as government officials in the Shoku Nihongi (Chronicle of Japan Continued).
  602. Oyoriai status Kamematsu TAKIGAWA's father, in retirement, Ise no kami (Governor of Ise Province) Tadao TAKIGAWA.
  603. Oyoroi (Large Armor)
  604. Oyose chakai is tea ceremony that serves many guests.
  605. Oyster
  606. Oysters
  607. Oyudono no Ue no Nikki, September 1581: The "Yayako-odori" was performed at the palace.
  608. Oyudono no ue no nikki (Daily Records of the Honorable Lady of the Imperial Office of Housekeeping)
  609. Oyudono no ue no nikki (Daily Records of the Honorable Lady of the Imperial Office of Housekeeping) is a daily record that was kept through the years by lower-ranking court ladies at the Imperial court.
  610. Oyugama-matsuri Festival (大湯釜祭): held on July 3
  611. Oyumi Kubo
  612. Oyumi-hajime (Honorable First Bow)
  613. Oyumi-kubo
  614. Oyumi-kubo was one of Kubo (shogunate) families of the Ashikaga clan (of Motouji-ryu or the Motouji lineage) in Kanto region.
  615. Oyuya
  616. Oyuya (Big Bath House) (Important Cultural Property)
  617. Oyuya (Great Bath House)
  618. Ozaho no Miko
  619. Ozaho no Okimi
  620. Ozaho no okimi (year of birth and death unknown) was a member of the Imperial family, who appears in the Japanese Myth.
  621. Ozaki no Tsubone
  622. Ozaki no Tsubone (1527-1572) was a lady who lived during the Sengoku Period (the Period of Warring States) (Japan).
  623. Ozaki no Tsubone was born the daughter of Okimori NAITO, who was head of the Naito Clan with the position of Nagato no Kuni Shugodai (the acting Military Governor of Nagato Province).
  624. Ozasa, who had resigned from Toa Kinema in March of the year, became the head of studio, then 21-year-old Masahiro MAKINO became the manager of filming department and then 19-year-old Mitsuo MAKINO became the manager of general affairs department respectively.
  625. Ozashiki Songs
  626. Ozato - Obara route
  627. Oze ukai
  628. Oze ukai began in 1504 when people who had been engaged in ukai fishing at Iwata, Kagami County moved to Oze, Mugi County (current Seki City) (another theory is 1534).
  629. Oze ukai declined after the Meiji Restoration and was once patronized by the house of Imperial Prince Arisugawa.
  630. Oze ukai is conducted by Kunaicho shikibushoku ujo.
  631. Oze ukai is ukai (cormorant fishing) that is conducted in Nagara-gawa river at Oze, Seki City, Gifu Prefecture during the period from May 11 to October 15 every year.
  632. Ozeki
  633. Ozu City, Ehime Prefecture (Hiji-kawa River)
  634. Ozu Domain: Imabari-jo Castle
  635. Ozu Kyuki (The old record of Ozu), Shimoaso Village
  636. Ozu used it as a work room.
  637. Ozu was born in downtown Fukagawa (Koto Ward), Tokyo as the second son of Toranosuke, a mercantile clerk at the top merchants Yuasa-gumi, and mother, Asae.
  638. Ozu's post-war works after "Banshun" were highly evaluated in Japan and were successful, but he became increasingly known as a 'director of old-fashioned domestic-life dramas' after his death.
  639. Ozu-jo Castle keep is only one which was perfectly restored as Tenshu, and Shuri-jo Castle main hall is the only one equivalent to Tenshu at this point of time.
  640. Ozuka Tomb: Around the mid 6th century; Keisen-machi, Fukuoka Prefecture
  641. Ozuka-kofun Tumulus (the burial mound length 58.0 meters, Toyama Prefecture)
  642. Ozuka-kofun Tumulus: Sakamoto, Oaza Jumyo, Katsuragawa Town, Kaho County, Fukuoka Prefecture
  643. Ozumo
  644. O・TO・GI - Otogi - (English title: Otogi: Myth of Demons)
  645. P-6 (Passenger car 6: Hankyu Railway Series 100) was disused for the express train operation.
  646. P. umbilcalis, which is eaten in South Wales, belongs to this genus.
  647. P.S.
  648. PAK CHE-SOON, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, the 17th day of the 11th month of the 9th year of Kwang-Mu.
  649. PASPY area
  650. PASPY isn't accepted in the ICOCA area, either.
  651. PHP Interface Kyoto Head Office
  652. PL Sado
  653. PROBABLY autumn leaves
  655. Pace and rules of the game
  656. Pachinko
  657. Pachinko (Japanese pinball), and Pachi-suro (slot machine in a pachinko parlor)
  658. Pacific War
  659. Pacific bluefin tuna and billfish are particularly welcomed.
  660. Pacific herring is cut into fillets, sprinkled with lemon juice and eaten in many ways, including sandwiches.
  661. Pacification
  662. Pack in the item excellent in aeration or absorption not to dampen the surface of foodstuffs by humidity coming out from onigiri.
  663. Pack the rice cakes in a box of about 18cm length, about 12cm width and about 4.5cm depth, and pour onto the cakes the remnant paste of azuki beans that had been left in the kiln after boiling azuki beans.
  664. Package
  665. Packaged soup stock
  666. Packages of soba (buckwheat flour) are required to include denotation that the content contains a specific raw material as prescribed by Chapter eleven and Chapter five of the said ordinance in the foregoing.
  667. Packaging method
  668. Packed lunch made by one's beloved wife's fair hands
  669. Packed lunch was a set of rice balls wrapped in bamboo sheath or placed in a bamboo basket.
  670. Packing process: Perform quality governing to heat-treated soy-sauce, and pack it in containers for commercialization.
  671. Paddy fields stretches in the western and southern districts.
  672. Paella
  673. Pagoda erin
  674. Pagoda for pilgrims to the provinces (in 1870, age thirty-eight); in Nakamura Park, Nishinaka, Shimoda City
  675. Pagoda for pilgrims to the sacred places of Kannon (in 1844); at the independent house in Kochi, Shimoda City
  676. Paint is dissolved in glue solution.
  677. Painted Buddhist altar equipment.
  678. Painted Wooden Altar
  679. Painted around 1590. In the former collection of the Katsuranomiya family
  680. Painted art
  681. Painted by Eisen KEISAI.
  682. Painted by Hiroshige UTAGAWA.
  683. Painted by Muromachi period pioneering India-ink painter Josetsu.
  684. Painted in the early 17th century.
  685. Painters and their most important work
  686. Painters of the Kano school were directly connected with Nobunaga ODA, Hideyoshi TOYOTOMI, and other powers of the time.
  687. Painters who actively worked in the Sengoku Period include Sesshu Toyo, Sesson, Mitsunobu TOSA of Tosa school, Motonobu KANO of Kano school and Tohaku HASEGAWA.
  688. Painting
  689. Painting Course
  690. Painting and artifact
  691. Painting and sculpture
  692. Painting brushes and cosmetic brushes started to be produced after WWII and were certified as a Traditional Craft in 1975.
  693. Painting figure
  694. Painting in the Kamakura period
  695. Painting of Acala with his two messengers Kimkara and Cetaka: This late Heian period painting is commonly known as 'Blue Acala.'
  696. Painting of Bodhidharma
  697. Painting of Fudo (Yellow Cetaka), Onjo-ji Temple
  698. Painting of Fukedonoyama in Yamashiro Province
  699. Painting of Onjo Bosatsu (Bodhisattva) (on Octagonal pillars) 4 pieces
  700. Painting of Sadanobu MATSUDAIRA (Fukushima Prefectural Museum)
  701. Painting of Shaka Triad and eighteen Arhats, 3 sets (deposited in the Nara National Museum)
  702. Painting of a meeting teahouse.
  703. Painting of hawk on pine tree
  704. Painting on columns of Tahoto Pagoda at Ishiyama-dera Temple
  705. Painting style
  706. Painting style, author, date
  707. Painting tools
  708. Painting tools for colored manuscripts
  709. Painting weeds in a field seems to be the influence of Northern Sung Dynasty.
  710. Paintings
  711. Paintings - 1,952 cases (among which 157 cases are national treasures)
  712. Paintings and artifacts
  713. Paintings and 賛 San
  714. Paintings began to be gradually drawn on wooden panels and cloth (tableau) existing separately and independently from the walls of caves and buildings.
  715. Paintings by Gennai HIRAGA, Kokan SHIBA, and Kazan WATANABE are also famous.
  716. Paintings by Hatsushige on the 16 walls of the three-storey pagoda: The images of the sixteen Arhats are valuable as examples of Heian period art.
  717. Paintings came to be recognized as an entertainment of Bunjin after the Sung period.
  718. Paintings depicting customs
  719. Paintings designated national treasures are not limited to those paintings made in Japan; many (Song- and Yuan-era) Chinese paintings that have been handed down since ancient times within Japanese families have also been designated national treasures.
  720. Paintings drawn on the ceilings and cave walls during the Stone Age are the oldest existing ones.
  721. Paintings in the motif of feminine beauty can be found in various cultures.
  722. Paintings of Tsuno Daishi were stuck on houses located in Sakamoto, at the foot of Mt. Hiei, and Kyoto as talismans for amulet.
  723. Paintings of Unzen's later years are usually described as somber.
  724. Paintings of Zen Sect Founders: These images depicting Zen teachings painted in a simplified style by Tohaku HASEGAWA during the later years of his life display his unique style.
  725. Paintings of battles and monogatari (tales)
  726. Paintings of monkeys
  727. Paintings of the Five Guardian Scrolls, colors on silk (Kiburi-ji Temple, Gifu)
  728. Paintings on paper sliding doors of the Entrance Hall (color painting on gold-foil paper, Chikko-zu (painting of bamboo and tiger): 11 screen.
  729. Paintings on the wall of inner sanctum of the Amitabha hall
  730. Paintings only in Sumi were produced since ancient times such as 'Sumiga-butsuzo' during the Nara Period, a treasure of Shosoin.
  731. Paintings or picture scrolls in which living things were painted, such as "Nezumi Zoshi" and "Juni-rui Gassen," were created, and the Tsukumogami of kakashi (scarecrow) and hishaku (ladle) were painted in "Bakemono Zoshi."
  732. Paintings, excellent artistic expressions, are preferred in Japan; painters create works whether they are professional or amateur.
  733. Paintings.
  734. Paintings:
  735. Paintings: 157
  736. Pair lift
  737. Pair of Gold-Bronze Chinese Phoenixes
  738. Pair of six-fold screens depicting Taoist Xian figures.
  739. Paired with kanjin cho was Hoga cho, which recorded the amounts of collected donations.
  740. Pairing different colors in outer material and lining of awase (lined garment) is also pronounced 'Kasane' (layer).
  741. Palace
  742. Palace ruins
  743. Palaces of the Asuka period
  744. Palanquin, horse (Umako), Kitamae-bune (a cargo vessel), etc.
  745. Palatability, rather than portability, is asked for most of the situations.
  746. Pale Blue: As Michinaga's daughter FUJIWARA no Ishi becomes the Empress of Emperor Go-Ichijo, there are simultaneously three empresses from one family.
  747. Pale blue hiraginu for sankyu and yonkyu in the same way.
  748. Paleography
  749. Paleography and Ancient Documents
  750. Paleography existed even in pre-modern society, but its purpose was to judge whether documents produced as evidence in lawsuits and on other occasions were genuine or spurious.
  751. Paleography is a category within history that studies komonjo, and is regarded as a field concerned with historical materials.
  752. Paleolithic Period
  753. Paleolithic period to the Jomon period
  754. Pali Buddhist sutras
  755. Panasonic (Matsushita Denkou)
  756. Panasonic Photo & Lighting Co., Ltd. (old WEST Electric)
  757. Panasonic head office
  758. Panel of Quizzes About Heiankyo for Learners of Kyoto History
  759. Panels of photographs showing reconstructed models of Kamigamo-sha Shrine, Hossho-ji Temple, Daikaku-ji Temple, Ninna-ji Temple, Toba Rikyu (Imperial villa), and others (total of twenty-two items) are displayed.
  760. Panels of the chronological table of major historical events regarding Heiankyo are also displayed.
  761. Panic-stricken Daizong fled to Fengtian (west of Changan. Not Shenyang).
  762. Panorama of Omi Basin and Lake Biwa can be viewed from the mountaintop.
  763. Panther
  764. Panulirus
  765. Pap
  766. Paper
  767. Paper and cloth were also used for ita-shoji as foundation, which was fuku-shoji used as a wall placed in a bay.
  768. Paper containers overcome these points by making the outside cardboard-shaped.
  769. Paper currencies used in various domains and Hatamoto-satsu (paper currency used by direct retainers of the Shogunate) are also regarded as local currencies.
  770. Paper made from bamboo.
  771. Paper manufactured by Kamiyain was called kamiyashi, which was found in a record from 728 ('Shoso-in monjo' (Documents of Shoso-in)).
  772. Paper manufacturing methods are almost the same as for Western paper, and can be made very quickly.
  773. Paper or unwoven fabric may be used instead of cloth as the material for oshibori.
  774. Paper oshibori, which can be folded into thin packages, are often attached to food sold in stores, such as lunch boxes, and used to wipe hands with before eating.
  775. Paper to describe Senmyo, for which omashi (yellowish paper made of hemp) was usually used, and hanadairo-colored (light blue) paper for Ise-jingu Shrine, and crimson paper for Kamo-jinja Shrine.
  776. Paper used for the papier-mache is called 'konkurigami' ('konkuri' means concrete).
  777. Paper, which was invented in China, became widespread among the general public to be used as a writing medium in the comparatively early Wei-Jin-Nanbeichao periods.
  778. Paper-Mulberry Strips: The abdication of Crown Prince Atsuakira and Michinaga's intervention
  779. Paper-drawn Honzon have a mounting and are in the form of a hanging scroll, with two types, 'Joju Honzon (Calligraphy-copied Honzon,' written by the Hoshu, and 'Katachigi Honzon,' which is a printed version of the mandala written by the Hoshu.
  780. Paper-made Monjubosatsu ritsuzo (Standing Image of Manjusri (bodhisattva)) -- A work of the Kamakura Period
  781. Paper: Massively produced Shodo paper is mostly used and high-quality Senshi (calligraphic paper), Japanese paper, and others are also used.
  782. Papers including Mino Jumonji paper which was teased in a cross shape and was made of tightly-entangled fibers were used.
  783. Papers made of Kozo (paper mulberry), such as Echizen-hoshogami (heavy Japanese paper of the best quality in Echizen Province), Iyo-masagami, Nishino-uchigami and so on were used.
  784. Parade
  785. Parade (neri or oneri in Japanese) means to transfer a portable shrine (carried in festivals) or a festival car (float) of rites and festivals, to dedicate them to Shinto rituals or to introduce them to audience.
  786. Parallel route
  787. Parasol
  788. Parboiled conger pike do not open as nicely as live ones.
  789. Pardon
  790. Pardons were granted for children who were punished because of their father's guilt (enza) and for juveniles under fifteen years old where the punishment was not enforced yet, regardless of their term.
  791. Parent
  792. Parent of Sonen School
  793. Parentage
  794. Parenthetically, Sagano Scenic Railway is a wholly-owned subsidiary of JR West.
  795. Parents
  796. Parents and Siblings
  797. Parents/children
  798. Parents: Imperial Prince Fushiminomiya Kuniie-wife Hiroko TAKATSUKASA-(biological mother) Nobuko HORIUCHI
  799. Parfaits are also available at "Chuo Restaurant", "Yoshida Restaurant", and "Camphora", which operates in Main Campus.
  800. Paris (France): Kyoto City entered into a friendship treaty with Paris on June 15, 1958.
  801. Paris in France
  802. Parish
  803. Parish and branch temples
  804. Park
  805. Park Closing
  806. Park: Derived from the old French word "parc" meaning enclosure.
  807. Parkes was satisfied with Saigo's explanation, so "The pressure from Parkes" ceased at this time.
  808. Parkes, the English minister to Japan, paid great attention to the point that the Japanese demand to Korea was heavier than that from Europe and the United States to Japan.
  809. Parking
  810. Parking (free of charge)
  811. Parking Available
  812. Parking Fee (per day per vehicle): Bus/Minicoach 1500 yen, Passenger Car 1200 yen
  813. Parking area
  814. Parking area: For about eighty cars
  815. Parking available (however it is not easy to spot as you need to go through a residential area at the west side).
  816. Parking available.
  817. Parking bicycles and motorcycles prohibited.
  818. Parking fee \400/ordinary-sized vehicle, \1,500/ large-sized vehicle (eleven or more seats)
  819. Parking fee: 500 yen (passenger auto/day)
  820. Parking is available at the Nara Prefecture Complex of Manyo Culture nearby
  821. Parking is provided.
  822. Parking lot
  823. Parking lot available
  824. Parking lots are available on the premises.
  825. Parking lots: available (charged \1,000/day)
  826. Parking space
  827. Parking spaces, lavatories and public showers
  828. Parking, public rest rooms and showers
  829. Parking: Not available (Public parking garages are available nearby.)
  830. Parks
  831. Parks and Bingham, the American minister to Japan, gave extremely positive estimates to the insertion of this provision.
  832. Parks of minka
  833. Parliamentarians appointed their leader Cromwell as the Lord Protector of the Commonwealth, but, after his death, his child Richard Cromwell who succeeded the post of Lord Protector had little political clout and offered his voluntary resignation from the post.
  834. Parliamentary Association for Art
  835. Parliamentary Association for Measures to Prevent the Decline in Birthrate
  836. Parliamentary Association for Music
  837. Parliamentary Association for UNICEF
  838. Parliamentary Association for the Beijing Olympic Games
  839. Parliamentary Association for the Friendship between Japan and Germany
  840. Parliamentary Association for the Friendship between Japan and Korea
  841. Parliamentary Association for the Future of Children
  842. Parliamentary Association for the Promotion of the Kimono Culture
  843. Parliamentary Association for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
  844. Parliamentary Association of Representatives Who Admire the Japanese Traditional Culture and Flower Arrangement
  845. Parliamentary Secretary for Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
  846. Parma wallaby
  847. Parquet technique, which consists of making geometric mosaic patters of wood pieces, is utilized in order to produce statues of Amida Nyorai in large numbers.
  848. Parsley
  849. Part 1
  850. Part 1 - Chronicle of the years 1549 - 1578
  851. Part 2
  852. Part 2 - Chronicle of the years 1578 - 1589
  853. Part 3 - Chronicle of the years 1590 - 1593
  854. Part 3 of the 'Buddha' section is further divided into 'gehon' (A) and 'gematsu' (B).
  855. Part of Animals or Animal Shape.
  856. Part of Kesho-yaneura is devised to alleviate the low ceiling.
  857. Part of Otsu City (from Otsukyo Station (while the name of the station was changed, the bus stop has been planned to be renamed in April) to the inside of Kyoto City)
  858. Part of Ryogoku-bashi Bridge
  859. Part of Satoyama, which escaped the conversion into housing lots, were abandoned because a major part of their utility had been lost.
  860. Part of Toei Movie Studios owned by Toei Company is named Toei Movie Land and is open to the public.
  861. Part of Uji City (nearby Rokujizo Station)
  862. Part of a promotion for domestic consumers who have a prejudice that 'wine is cool and sake is uncool.'
  863. Part of his cremains were buried at a monument dedicated to him that was erected in 1889 in his beloved Nagoya Valley in West Odai.
  864. Part of his name "minakata" means "lagoon," and it is thought that he was originally the god of water and rain.
  865. Part of his name, 'Ame nigishi kuni nigishi,' means that heaven and earth are affluent and lively.
  866. Part of it is converted to modern-day Kanji (Chinese characters).
  867. Part of it, including the initial portion, was written by FUJIWARA no Sadaie with brushes.
  868. Part of its district and the area of Otagi District next to it in ancient times became the Heian-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in current Kyoto) and all of its area is currently included within Kyoto City.
  869. Part of its district became Heian-kyo (the ancient capital of Japan in current Kyoto) along with Kado District, which was its neighbor from ancient times, and is currently a main part of Kita Ward (Kyoto City) and Sakyo Ward of Kyoto City.
  870. Part of paddy field remains from the end of Yayoi period was discovered in Ryohazamahiwata site in Tamana City, Kumamoto Prefecture.
  871. Part of stone tsuiji was completed by the second expedition (Koan War) in 1281.
  872. Part of the Imperial Family members who passed away, such as Kuninomiya Prince Asaakira (Empress Kojun's brother) and Shigeko HIGASHIKUNI was buried in Toshimagaoka Graveyard as an exception.
  873. Part of the bank still remains in the Masudaike Children's Park.
  874. Part of the characters is still used by the Maritime Self-Defense Force ('あ' and 'き' of the aircraft carrier Akagi [あかぎ] are inherited in the form of 'か' and 'き' of the escort vessel Takatsuki [たかつき]).
  875. Part of the corpse of Xavier rests there.
  876. Part of the island platform placed between Platform 2 and Platform 4 is cut to accommodate another platform (Platform 3), which is terminated here, and consequently users can change trains on Platforms 2 to 4 while remaining on the same plane.
  877. Part of the jaw can be moved up and down.
  878. Part of the pass is for a path up mountain leading to Mt. Konpira, and is used by those who head to the mountain.
  879. Part of the performances was sometimes omitted.
  880. Part of the present Ichihara City, Chiba Prefecture.
  881. Part of the present Kaijo Gun and Katori Gun, Choshi City, Chiba Prefecture.
  882. Part of the reason for this was his obsession with cleanliness, and he is said to have considered any food preserved in sugar or soaked in boiling water to be safe because germs would be killed off.
  883. Part of the remains are now Joraku-ji Temple of the Ji Sect and this is said to have originated in the Jibutsudo of Kawagoe-yakata.
  884. Part of the residence of Matsu-ura
  885. Part of the residence of the domain before new construction in 1861 was reconstructed in a new location of Shoin (reception room) of Seigen-ji Temple which was a family temple of the Ichihashi family.
  886. Part of the rolling stock is replaced with stock transferred from the Osaka Loop Line's Morinomiya rail yard.
  887. Part of the train is changed to a Special Rapid train (or changed from a Special Rapid train) from Kusatsu Station and Yasu Station.
  888. Part of the uprising party, which was said to consist of 5,000 - 6,000 people at its peak, became violent and committed looting, arson and destroyed houses, then killed Prefectural officials and shoya (village headmen) who tried to put the situation under control.
  889. Part of this was considered Kyokono and sent to Kyoto to supplement the court's finances.
  890. Part of those 20 murals would sometimes be exhibited in Daihozoden (Treasure House) in Horyu-ji Temple.
  891. Part-time miko
  892. Part-time miko are recruited directly by shrines or through colleges or high schools.
  893. Partial copies of the diary still exist, such as entries from August of 1097 and from January to April of 1099 at the Archives and Mausolea Department of the Imperial Household Agency, as well as an entry for July 1096 at the National Museum of Japanese History.
  894. Partial: A (安, あ), Ra (楽, ら), Te (天, て),...
  895. Partial: Shi (石, し), To (跡, と), Chi (市, ち),...
  896. Partially because his wife was a cousin of Takamori SAIGO on his mother's side, he was well-treated and given good positions, and fought bravely in the various battles in the Boshin War which started from January 1888, as the captain of the fourth unit of the Satsuma Domain, especially in the Aizu War.
  897. Partially because the clan was urged by the Shogun Yoshiaki ASHIKAGA, who had fled to Tomo, the Mori clan broke diplomatic relations with the Oda clan in 1576.
  898. Partially taking in features of dishes in foreign culture (eclectic dishes), interaction with dishes in foreign culture, and exporting Japanese dish styles originated in other nations/importing Japanese dish styles modified/invented in other nations
  899. Partially there are some notes by Sigeno.
  900. Participants
  901. Participants in an uprising included bashaku (shipping agents who used horses), toiya (warehouse merchants) and toimaru (specialized wholesale merchants).
  902. Participants include not only municipalities which are organizing commercial Tanabata Matsuri but also those where traditional tanabata practices remain.
  903. Participants must be at least 18 years old (excluding students in high school and below) on the day of the race, and must be able to complete this half-marathon (21.0975 km) within two hours (excluding those in the wheelchair marathon race).
  904. Participants of Gozenkaigi
  905. Participants threw the company's signboard into fire, drank cask sake and sang "the company song of Makino Talkie."
  906. Participants use Kongokai-ho and Taizokai-ho alternately, one year each, and implement the rites of peace and increase of benefit, and Godai-myoo (五大明王), Juni-ten (十二天), Shoten-ho (聖天法) and so on.
  907. Participants were required to make twenty poems for twenty Kadai (subject of waka Japanese poem), including eighteen subjects related to natural features of four seasons and two subjects about human affairs, 'celebration' and 'love affairs' respectively.
  908. Participated in "Togabi project 2005" at Togura Kamiyamada junior high school in Chikuma City (2500, oaza Togura, Chikuma City, Nagano Prefecture)
  909. Participated in 'Art Exhibition 2008 Beijing Olympic Games'
  910. Participated in 'Hokuto no ken 25 shunen kinen kikaku 7 Artist (7 Artist, the 25th Anniversary project for Hokuto No Ken)'
  911. Participated in 'Mizuma Art Gallery jusshunen kinenten (The 10th Anniversary Exhibition of Mizuma Art Gallery)'
  912. Participated in 'Yume no onna (woman in a dream)' Exhibition commemorating the release of "Paprika (animation film)" @ TSUTAYA TOKYO ROPPONGI
  913. Participated in Venice Biennale as a member of the first Noh group visiting Europe in 1954.
  914. Participated in a ball held by the Medici family.
  915. Participated in by the eight parties of UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme), UNEP (Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific), UNCCD (United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification), ADB (Asian Development Bank), China, South Korea, Mongolia, and Japan.
  916. Participated in the Culture Fest in Paris as a member of the second Noh group visiting Europe in 1957.
  917. Participated in the campaign to conquer Shikoku (one of the islands making up Japan covering four prefectures including Tokushima, Ehime, Kagawa and Kochi) in 1585.
  918. Participated in the opening of the Zenshin-za Theatre.
  919. Participated in the original temporary exhibition "Asian Invitational" at Frey Norris Gallery in San Francisco, USA
  920. Participating Busho (Japanese Military Commanders)
  921. Participating Universities
  922. Participating princes and aristocrats were also severely punished with punishment including execution.
  923. Participation in Jiyu Minken Undo (Movement for Liberty and People's Right)
  924. Participation in the National Kyoto Conference, whose head office is in the Kyoto City Tourist Association, is not limited to only Little Tokyo, but includes Kyoto City, the 'original Kyoto,' as well.
  925. Participation in the publication of "Iratsume"(Young Women)
  926. Participation in this "Kanjincho" became a great experience for his later choreography, and also the foundation for a great success as a choreographer was laid down by winning the favor of top grade actors of the times including Ebizo.
  927. Participation of Tadatsune SHIMAZU in battle
  928. Participation of military men and support in riots by police officers
  929. Participation of the kokyu in Jiuta or Sokyoku
  930. Participation of the koto in shamisen music
  931. Participation of the shakuhachi in music for other instruments
  932. Particle Radiation Oncology Research Center, attached to the Institute
  933. Particle counters and mass monitors
  934. Particular Yumiya are selected according to the materials they are made of in consideration of decoration or the sense of value rather than the capability as Yumiya.
  935. Particular attention has been paid to the two-letter kanji '給羊' through the ages, and there has been a long-term controversy as to whether the kanji '羊' (a sheep) means a direction or a personal name.
  936. Particular caution is required in handling fragile and/or soft beads such as those made from coral or pearl.
  937. Particular efforts are made to attract students on school excursions and extension courses.
  938. Particular examples include the Sutra Warehouse and the Honchi-do Hall located in Nikko City, Tochigi Prefecture.
  939. Particular in the area of waka, he competed in utaawase (poetry contests) as a core poet of the Rokujo Toke (Rokujo Fujiwara family) and served as a judge for selecting the 100 best poems among Kanezane KUJO's 100 best poems.
  940. Particular structures are shown below.
  941. Particular theories
  942. Particularity of warming distilled alcoholic beverage
  943. Particularity of warming sake
  944. Particularity of warming shochu
  945. Particularly Yorozu Choho, Yokohama Mainichi Shimbun (It is unrelated to the present Mainichi Shimbun), Yomiuri Shimbun reported daily on the copper-mining problem and also about Shozo TANAKA's direct appeal to the emperor.
  946. Particularly after she became the Empress Dowager, she exerted absolute power as the mother of the emperor.
  947. Particularly after the Kamakura Bakufu (Japanese feudal government headed by a shogun) was established, the head family of the samurai families inheritably succeeded the position of Seii Taishogun (literally, "great general who subdues the barbarians"), and at least in basic domestic affairs and diplomatic affairs, they reigned as the highest authority.
  948. Particularly after the establishment of the bakufu, it is said that Takauji placed himself in a purely symbolic position while the majority of the actual governance was entrusted to Tadayoshi.
  949. Particularly among historians there are many who point out this difference, one of the representatives being Rei MATSUURA.
  950. Particularly between the Tajima area and the Hanshin area, road traffic is expected to cover the distance in nearly the same time as the railway (or even less than the railway).
  951. Particularly confusing are the Komachi-oji Street and Komachi-dori Street.
  952. Particularly discussions held in a magazine "Gengo" (Language) were intense.
  953. Particularly famous is an anecdote about his beating a drum in Hamamatsu Castle to raise the morale of his troops in the Battle of Mikatagahara and an anecdote about his successful surprise attack on Tobigasuyama fortress in the Battle of Nagashino, for which Nobunaga ODA praised him.
  954. Particularly famous is the Kishiwada Danjiri Matsuri that takes place in Kishiwada City, Osaka Prefecture, every September.
  955. Particularly famous is the case of her biological son Masakatsu INABA and the case of Masamori HOTTA, her grandson by marriage.
  956. Particularly for a Buddha statue, there are many styles of pedestals used to make the Buddha holy.
  957. Particularly in 1393 when, in return for an annual payment of 6,000 kanmon paid by doso to the bakufu, all control rights held by temples and shrines were negated and special taxes were repudiated.
  958. Particularly in 1899, the government was preparing for the Russo-Japanese War and was financially unable to do so.
  959. Particularly in Kanto, Eiraku-tsuho was regarded as the key currency, and in some cases this is called Eidakasei (currency system based on Eiraku-tsuho).
  960. Particularly in Karuta (card) competitions that require the speed of taking cards, it is vital to understand Kimariji.
  961. Particularly in Kozuke Province, the uprising that occurred in Tago County on March 15 (表記の変更) involved surrounding areas and increased its force, and Yoshii Domain, Nanukaichi Domain and Obata Domain 'surrendered' to the uprising force one after another.
  962. Particularly in a shortage of water, the rice field cracked and suffered from a devastating damage.
  963. Particularly in and around Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture, both general household and food-service industry tend to call 'musubi' (also called as 'omusubi'), but of course 'onigiri' is understandable.
  964. Particularly in battlefield reports by embedded journalists and reports of trials written in shorthand, genbunicchi styles were actively attempted.
  965. Particularly in hautamono numbers there are many songs that focus on interesting fushimawashi (intonations).
  966. Particularly in kemari, he was known by later generations as 'Saint Kicker' and long regarded as the standard for kemari players.
  967. Particularly in local villages, the tendency becomes strong, and there are still plenty of areas where an exclusive attitude is developed toward outsiders.
  968. Particularly in news programs, NHK tends to use only gengo for domestic news and only the western calendar for overseas news, but in some cases, both gengo and the western calendar are used simultaneously, which often results in confusion.
  969. Particularly in regions hit by the volcanic disasters and covered quickly with ash such as Santorini Island, Pompei and Herculaneum, well-preserved wall paintings were discovered in the debris of the buried buildings.
  970. Particularly in the Jodo Shinshu sect, an ignorant, deluded person with earthly desires can become Buddha 'only' by Amidanyorai's Hongwan, as it were, or Tariki Hongwan (absolutely Other-Power), and even the power of Shaka as Buddha is denied as 'Self-Power.'
  971. Particularly in the Kinki region, cooking devices with dents in which takoyaki is to be baked are called 'Takoyaki-ki' (devices for takoyaki).
  972. Particularly in the Soto sect, the shuso is given a koan (question) on which the shuso must focus during the period of seichu.
  973. Particularly in the battle of Fujito, as Daishogun (command in chief), Yukinori fought with the forces of the Genji clan led by Moritsuna SASAKI.
  974. Particularly in the last days of the Tokugawa shogunate, when Japan opened itself to the West and concluded the Ansei Treaties (a series of treaties signed in 1858 [during the Ansei era], with the United States, Great Britain, Russia, Netherlands and France on the others), the export of raw silk and tea became active, and this caused the surge of the prices of commodities.
  975. Particularly in the late fourteenth century, Shunoku Myoha and others actively expanded the activity of printing at Unkyo-an in Tenryu-ji Temple and at Rinsen-ji Temple in Kyoto.
  976. Particularly in the modern ages, the term "chokusai-sha shrine" is used for shrines where imperial messengers are regularly sent.
  977. Particularly in the point of 'loyalty,' military men were ordered not to engage in politics, saying 'Military men are neither perplexed at political opinions nor involved in politics.'
  978. Particularly in western Japan, this sweet is often called by different names.
  979. Particularly large ones are called Oirimoya (big irimoya) and the gable boards and gegyo features are also larger.
  980. Particularly on the side of Kibune, there is a spot where the hill is as steep as 20 degrees or more with successive sharp hairpin curves, where a large-sized vehicle cannot make a turn at the first try.
  981. Particularly significant are three manufacturers using the root of the kudzu vine grown in southern Kyushu.
  982. Particularly since Fudo-ho, there was the popularization of the prayer for the aid of Fudo Myoo to end calamity and cause prosperity, by Kukai and Enchin, and many variations of the statue were produced.
  983. Particularly since the Edo period, the term setsubun (or sechibun) has been often used to specify the day before risshun (the first day of spring, around February 3 of every year except February 4 for leap years).
  984. Particularly since the Satsuma and Tosa Domains which the government depended on, might have been circulating large amounts of counterfeit money to their people, it further raised its uneasiness.
  985. Particularly the 9600-type was used for the longest time of all other subsequent types of steam locomotives and existed long enough to see the end of Japan-made steam locomotives.
  986. Particularly well-known Gokenin (samurai retainers) hailed from the Takeda and Mori clans.
  987. Particularly when a Japanese person enters a crowd, they will often do so while saying "Excuse me" or "Passing in front" and making a chopping motion with their upper body leaning slightly forward.
  988. Particularly, "Sanada Sandaiki (three generations of the Sanada family)" written in the middle Edo period contributed to making not only Shigenobu but also the Sanada family famous.
  989. Particularly, 'Kyokumu' and 'Kanmu' were collectively called 'both offices;' later, at the end of the Tokugawa shogunate, 'Suino' was added and the three offices were collectively called 'Sansai.'
  990. Particularly, 'Shuteiga-ichigu' (1973-1979), by Toru TAKEMITSU, is frequently played due to its excellent interpretation, and this is an essential number for modern Gagaku.
  991. Particularly, 'State Shinto' was a name of a denomination of Shinto religion which was supported by the state in Japan from the Restoration of Imperial Rule of 1868 (Japan) to the end of World War II.
  992. Particularly, Dokuryu, who came to Nagasaki in 1653, was a learned person and skillful calligrapher who had already achieved fame in his home country.
  993. Particularly, Fuyuo was promoted to be Dainagon (chief councilor of state), partly due to his longevity.
  994. Particularly, Kaido is believed to have played a vital role in collating sutras in a kyozo (sutra repository) in Mt. Koya, some of which had been missing due to fire, with Song and Koryo versions and complementing them.
  995. Particularly, Kamo SERIZAWA's involvement in Sumiya was serious, and his violent behavior here at Sumiya in June 1863 resulted in some sword cuts on the furniture, which can still be seen today.
  996. Particularly, Kancho was known as the patriarch of the Restoration.
  997. Particularly, Kokka Chinpo Cho (List of the Nation's Rare Treasures) is the most famous of the five kinds of Kenmotsu Cho.
  998. Particularly, L. japonica, L. diabolica, L. ochotensis, L. angustata and L. longissima, coming in order of quality, are famous.
  999. Particularly, New Year's e-mail via mobile phone has become a social problem along with the "Happy New Year call" as a greeting, and therefore mobile phone companies take measures to limit the telecommunications and phone calls on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.
  1000. Particularly, Nobunori gained strong confidence from FUJIWARA no Tadamichi, and thus Nobunori's wife served Tadamichi's eldest son, Motozane KONOE, as a wet nurse (according to "Sankaiki" (Tadachika NAKAYAMA's diary), the section of June 10 in the third year of Jisho era).

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